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  2. Gympie.

    IT has been rumored for some time that Mr. R.S. Lord, the member for this district, intended resigning his seat at the end of the present year. The rumor was true. Another ...

    Article : 509 words
  3. Mackay.

    SINCE my last letter to you there has been but little of public interest to record. Crushing is now over, except on one or two plantations, where it was stopped for some time ...

    Article : 848 words
  4. Beenleigh.

    INTELLIGENCE reached the township, on the 18th instant, that a woman named Anna Puck died suddenly on the night of the 13th, at Beaudesert, where she had been engaged as ...

    Article : 803 words
  5. Toowoomba.

    IT has been arranged by the vestry of St. James' Anglican Church, at a special meeting held by them on Wednesday last, at the office of Mr. Inspector Harris, that the reception to be ...

    Article : 803 words
  6. St. George.

    A HORNY-HANDED son of the toil, named David Green, who, in addition to his usual avocations of splitting and fencing, practices a little game with three thimbles and a pea, while indulging ...

    Article : 700 words
  7. Cooktown.

    WE are in complete ignorance respecting the recent movements of Mulligan and party. This indefatigable prospector accepted from the Minister for Mines the task of leading a party to ...

    Article : 546 words
  8. Upper Coomera.

    THE great Saturnalia of the year being now nearly over, we prepare ourselves to face what work and difficulties 1876 may have in store for us. ...

    Article : 317 words
  9. Warwick.

    THE Caledonian gathering yesterday was not as successful as its predecessors, probably owing to the intense heat of the day and the aspect of to sky, which, at about two o'clock, threatened ...

    Article : 553 words
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