To the imaginative mind it is like a dream to conjure up the early settlement and to follow the history and progress of Coraki. The chronicles of the past were ...Article : 1,407 words
In his last report on the extension of the railway from Richmond towards Clo[?] curry the resident engineer (Mr. W. H Munro) says :— Earth works: Cuttings com ...Article : 276 words
An area of 102¾ square miles of Chinchilla holding, in .the Darling Downs district, is to be resumed under section 18 of the 1902 Land Act. . ...Article : 33 words
The Minister for Lands has received a letter from Mr. James Sewell, describing what he saw in the course of his visit to the Binjour Plateau. The writer states ...Article : 246 words
In connection with the trouble at the West Longreach scour' matters have been settled, the management agreeing to give 8s. 8d. for a ten-hour day. and to grant ...Article : 760 words
Following is a return of the occupation licenses and leases applied for during the month ending November 19, the prices quoted being per square mile where not ...Article : 231 words
In the course of a paper on " University and Citizenship," written by his Grace Archbishop Donaldson, and read last week at a session of the Queensland ...Article : 318 words
Mr. Hugh Milman, the Government Resident at Thursday Island, arrived in Brisbane on Saturday evening by the steamer Airlie, having been ordered to the ...Article : 868 words
Following is the official return 'of land selected in Queensland for the week ending November 17. The total of agricultural selections in the State was 79, comprising ...Article : 157 words
The recent tenders received by the Railway Commissioner for stores have been fully looked into, and the following have been accepted for the fixed ...Article : 503 words
Owing to the approaching Federal elections the Prime Minister has not been able to advance very much so far his scheme for the promotion of immigration ...Article : 271 words
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