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  2. Country Intelligence.

    July 5. I understand that nearly the amount required for the National school, for West Oxley, has been already collected, and that it is expected that tenders will soon be called for the ...

    Article : 421 words
  3. GOONDIWINDI.

    (From the Correspondent of the Warwick Argus.) THERE has been little stirring here lately worthy of comment. Mr. Lowe's case is still in sta[?] quo, and from all I can hear is likely to remain so. It is perfectly shameful, and a ...

    Article : 260 words
  4. BARCOO.

    IF your informant had studied the truth a little more and fiction a little less, be might have been able to give you some reliable items of Barcoo news, and not have advanced statements ...

    Article : 684 words
  5. ROMA.

    (From Correspondent Gazette.) THERE is perhaps on the face of the globe no small community where public meetings are relished so intensely as they are in Roma. true Roman is at five ...

    Article : 846 words
  6. THE LOGAN.

    DURING the last week we have been honored with the presence of Mr. Inspector Anderson. of the Educational Department. Although as there are no schools under the ...

    Article : 659 words
  7. TOOWOOMBA.

    AFTER a few mornings of white frost during the week, we are now enjoying a few days of beautifully mild open weather, more similar to the genial spring-time of our "Home" May ...

    Article : 1,503 words
  8. DALBY.

    Dalby 28.) THE piece of country, comprising about 6000 acres, recently in dispute between Mr. Boss and Mr. Moncrieffe, turns out to belong to Dunmore and Western Creek, and is of so indifferent a ...

    Article : 586 words
  9. MARYBOROUGH.

    WE are in receipt of files to July 4. The Chronicle of that date says:— Since fine weather set in, a good many of the immigrants have left the depot. Some on ...

    Article : 461 words
  10. BOWEN.

    WE have received files from the above place to June 23. The Port Denison Times of that date says:— The exhibits intended for the Intercolonial ...

    Article : 1,240 words
  11. WARWICK.

    THE weather during the past week has been exceedingly mild, the crops and vegetation generally improving wonderfully with the genial warm weather that has succeeded the late ...

    Article : 526 words
  12. IPSWICH.

    The Quarterly District Meeting of the Independent Order of Odd-fellows, Manchester Unity, was held on Thursday, June 28, at the Oddfellows Hall, Ipswich. The following ...

    Article : 798 words
  13. ROCKHAMPTON.

    OUR files from Rockhampton are to the 5th instant. The Northern Argus of the 30th June says-New taxation is determined on by the ...

    Article : 1,471 words
  14. CLERMONT.

    Telegram, June 2.) Early on Friday morning last, Clermont and the district was visited with thunder and lightning, which was followed by heavy rain of about five hours' duration. The weather continued ...

    Article : 583 words
  15. GLADSTONE.

    July 3. PILOT JANSON has had another very narrow escape, while voyaging from this port to resume his duties at Baffle Creek; he had been to Gladstone to take in ...

    Article : 937 words
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