March 14.—Clarence steamer. Capt. Cottier, from Rockhampton 11th [?] Passengers—Mr. Sherwin. Mr. Palmer DEPARTURES. March 16—Clarence steamer, Capt. Cottier for Brisbane ...Article : 266 words
[Communications are invited all subjects of general interest. As no communication will be rejected on the ground of difference with the established principles of this paper, the Editor cannot be held responsible for the ...Article : 46 words
"NOTICE.—The public are respectfully informed the sword subscribed for by the inhabitants of Maryborough to be presented to Lieutnant Bligh, of the Native Mounted Police "for his services in suppressing the outrages of the blacks," ...Article : 670 words
Believer in Gu[?]u's Statement" received too late for insertion. Correspondence from the Lower Burnett also too late. No native can be taken of anonymous letters. The real name ...Article : 55 words
THE adjourned special meeting of the Wide Bay Hospital was held at the Court house on Thursday evening last. About a dozen persons were present. Mr. Dowzer proposed, and Mr. Case seconded, "that Mr. ...Article : 202 words
lT would be difficult if not impossible to find a stronger instance of the evil con-sequences resulting to a community from the dissensions engendered by years of ...Article : 1,200 words
Small v. Swanson.— This was a case of assault and battery on the Gayndah Road. Neither plaintiff nor defendant appearing, the case was struck off. ...Article : 36 words
Parick Griffin appeared before the Bench charged by W. Richardson, with assaulting him with intent to do badly harm. It appears that the complianant was removing some of his own timer from the river bank,when Gritin claimed ...Article : 93 words
THE weather has during the past month been variable, with occasional thunder-storms, which during the time they lasted, surpassed in [?] magnificence any we have witnessed. They were mostly accompanied by heavy rain, by which we ...Article : 566 words
GENTLEMEN,— Am 1 wrong in saying—a tramway from Maryborough to Gayndah only requires to be named to enlist the sympathy, interest, and support of one and all of yon The advantages to accrue to these districts from the ...Article : 218 words
SIR,—The Rockhampton company of Rifle Volunteers have, after a short existence, become defunot. No fewer than eighty names were entered upon the list, including honorary members, and upwards of thirty were duly sworn in as effective ...Article : 360 words
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