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  3. THE PASTORAL INDUSTRY.

    At the beginning of the period which dates back to 1860-64 there were no railways, and the difficulties under which the original occupiers of the Central Western country ...

    Article : 610 words
  4. QUEENSLAND'S COASTS AND HARBOURS.

    The coast-line of Queensland has a total length, including the larger but excluding the smaller sinuosities, of 2160 miles. The vast land bounded by this extensive ...

    Article : 617 words
  5. THE WOMEN OF QUEENSLAND.

    Let the fortunate women of this day, the first day of the twentieth century, contemplate Queensland without roads, without railways or telegraphs, telephone, ...

    Article : 1,009 words
  6. PRIMARY PRODUCTION.

    From a statistical point of view, mention is made of sugar under the heading of "Agriculture," but as this industry, from a commercial point of view, is the most ...

    Article : 965 words
  7. MUSIC IN QUEENSLAND.

    I have decided to give only a general, sketch of music as it was in 1866, and how it has progressed, without descending to detail or unearthing statistics. When ...

    Article : 917 words
  8. OUR SHEEP, CATTLE, AND HORSES.

    In the year 1859 Queensland was separated from the mother colony of New South Wales, and became a self-governing State. The dower she received from Nature is ...

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