November 18—Clarence, steamer, Captain Hirst, from Rockhampton and Gladstone. Passengers—Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Black, Messrs. Manning, M'Callum, G. Barber, and 12 in the ...Article : 616 words
WE clip the following items from our Rockhampton files:— COPPER.—The success of Messrs. Fisher and Co. at Rosewood has produced quite a mania ...Article : 857 words
A SMALL circle of would-be colonial somebodies, resident in London either in virtue of their position as representatives of Australian governments and ...Article : 1,095 words
PRING leaves for Gayndah next week to address the electors. Messrs. Hacket and Browne, Commissioner and Clerk at the Gilbert goldfield, have both ...Article : 2,915 words
THIS establishment is situated near the bank of the river, about a quarter of a mile below the point indicated above, and is overlooked by the Gayndah road, which here runs along ...Article : 990 words
BUSINESS has been dull during the week, although the markets generally are firm, and prices have an upward [?]endency. The flour market is quiet, and we have heard ...Article : 986 words
THE Colonial Sugar Refining Company, Sydney, have recently erected a factory at Southgate, on the Clarence River, for the manufacture of sugar by Fryer's concretor ...Article : 1,401 words
VIA San Francisco we (S. M. Herald) have telegraphic news from the Atlantic States to the 12th September. We collate the following from the Daily Times up to the 13th ...Article : 392 words
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