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  2. The Miner.

    THE Hon. Secretary for Works has forwarded us the following official report on the above:— Stanton Harcourt, May 17. Sir,—Acting under your telegram ...

    Article : 844 words
  3. DALBY.

    FROM the Herald of Saturday last we extract the following:— LAND.—During the past week a considerable amount of business has been transacted in the ...

    Article : 452 words
  4. MARYBOROUGH.

    No reliable news as yet from the new rushes. We are quite at a loss to know whether the fossicking and digging now going on at stanton Harcourt will prove payable or not, opinions ...

    Article : 201 words
  5. THE KROOMBIT.

    The Secretary for Public Works has favored us with the following official telegram from the Police Magistrate of Gayndah, respecting the Kroombit Gold-fields:—"Gayndah. May 26. ...

    Article : 267 words
  6. THE MARY RIVER.

    THE fine weather is still to come; it is yet as it has been for several weeks—cold and wet. We seem hardly to have had a fine week this year; but so long as we keep without actual ...

    Article : 1,283 words
  7. County News, by Mail.

    MAY is certainly the most pleasant month in the year in this part of the world, pleasant and invigorating during the day, and delightfully cool at night. We can thoroughly appreciate ...

    Article : 1,900 words
  8. CARDWELL.

    FOR some time past fever, hitherto almost a stranger in Cardwell, has been very general, and in some cases, I am sorry to say, fatal. It has been of two kinds, fever and ague and low, or ...

    Article : 428 words
  9. OXLEY CREEK.

    THE only excitement of the week has been the storming of Consort Cliff by an army of juveniles from Brisbane, under the leadership of the Rev. B.G. Wilson; and a fine time they ...

    Article : 688 words
  10. ROCKHAMPTON.

    WE have files of the Rockhampton papers to May 18. The following is from the Bulletin:— On Friday we heard a rumor that a nugget weighing 112 ounces had been found at ...

    Article : 454 words
  11. THE IMBIL BUSH.

    The Gympie Times of May 13 contains the following:— Imbil, May 13. Several protection areas have been granted to ...

    Article : 489 words
  12. SWEER'S ISLAND.

    THROUGH the courtesy of our much respected Sub-collector of Customs I am enabled to tend you a statement of duties received at the port of Sweer's Island for the year 1868, showing a ...

    Article : 1,140 words
  13. CLERMONT.

    REFFING affairs in this district appear likely to take a turn for the better before long. The list crashing at the Alpha machine was from the No. 2 claim Star of Hope, and though by ...

    Article : 1,224 words
  14. GLADSTONE

    FROM the Observer, of May 19, we extract the following:— MAIL TO THE DIGGINGS.—An old resident, who was present at the meeting on Tuesday. ...

    Article : 536 words
  15. GYMPIE.

    The Times of May 18 gives the following mining news:— We are informed that the Central Crushing machine, which has been in the market for some ...

    Article : 463 words
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