DER this heading it shall be our effort to keep the readers of the QUEENSLANDER posted in what is new and interesting in the World of Science, and especially in those departments that can be reduced to the ...Article : 70 words
SEVERAL testimonies of the effective nature of the new cure for diphtheria are published in the Victorian papers. The Creswick Advertiser says:—" We rejoice in reporting the success this ...Article : 559 words
WE are in receipt of the following from Mr Jas. V. Mulligan, one of the prospectors who have found gold at the Palmer River:— Georgetown, September 10. ...Article : 1,528 words
SINCE the date of my last I have to report the taking of golden stone in Nos. 10 and 11 south Monkland. This has given great encouragement to the shareholders in the adjacent ...Article : 352 words
The higher aim of every properly constituted mind is to work with the view to ensure to the people freedom from poverty; and the true basis to perform the work consists legislatively in balancing the power of ...Article : 1,518 words
SIR HERCULES ROBINSON has handled the subject of intercolonial reciprocity in a manner which shows that he understands some features of the question. He ...Article : 1,352 words
THE production of raw silk is perhaps one of the most important industries existing, since the total value of material grown can scarcely be stated at less ...Article : 1,084 words
AN interesting account of the rise and progress of a gold mine in New South Wales is given by a travelling correspondent of the S.M. Herald. In the year 1866 a person named ...Article : 1,090 words
We (English Mechanic) gave some little time ago, an account of a trial of "tannate of soda" in removeing the incrustation from steam boilers and ...Article : 856 words
SOME few years back a speaker at a public meeting in a country town said that Captain Cook had "invented" Australia. The general opinion of well-informed persons, however, has ...Article : 556 words
SIR,—Modern scientists tell us that by aid of the spectroscope they can prove that the luminous vapor surrounding the sun is composed of vaporised metals in a state of incandescence, at a ...Article : 347 words
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