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  2. The Queenslander. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 29, 1866.

    WHILE heartily wishing the readers of the QUEENSLANDER all the good things, fortune and success which friends offer to friends at this season of festivity, it may ...

    Article : 1,742 words
  3. NORMAN AND GRIND.

    "MARYBOROUGH." — This correspondent requests us very earnestly to continue the publication of "Norman and Grind" weekly until it is finished. We should be happy to ...

    Article : 79 words
  4. News of the Week.

    THE mails for England, rid Panama, will be made up at the General Post Office, Brisbane, this (Saturday) morning, closing at 10.30 a.m. for registered letters, at 11 a.m. for ...

    Article : 3,032 words
  5. INSOLVENCY RETURNS.

    THE insolvency return presented to the Legislative Assembly during the last session, on the motion of Mr. PUGH, giving in a tabulated form an analysis of all ...

    Article : 1,189 words
  6. OUR RAILWAY POLICY.

    "Our railway policy," as it is sometimes rather ostentatiously called, is in a somewhat unpleasant predicament just now, independently of the financial difficulty. ...

    Article : 1,097 words
  7. THE NEW TREASURER.

    THE power entrusted to the Government of the day is exercised by them unchecked and unquestioned, when the Parliament is not sitting; and even during the ...

    Article : 1,062 words
  8. THE PROPOSED MEETING OF PARLIAMENT.

    SIR: Judging from a paragraph that appeared in your paper some time ago, it seems to be the generally received opinion that there is a certain fixed amount of notice requisite ...

    Article : 839 words
  9. Correspondence.

    CORRESPONDENTS are requested to make their communications as definite and terse as possible. We do not necessarily endorse the opinions of correspondents. ...

    Article : 101 words
  10. THE GOVERNOR AND HIS ADVISERS.

    SIR: In addressing you again, it is not my intention to say another word relative to the members of our Queensland Parliament—I have made my final appeal to them. They have ...

    Article : 470 words
  11. "ANOTHER WARNING."

    SIR: Your correspondent, "Warning," very forcibly places before the public matters as they now unfortunately stand between Sir George Bowen and his Ministry on the one hand, and ...

    Article : 863 words
  12. MEAT CURING.

    SIR: I have seen a great deal in print about meat curing, and about the famous "Morgan process" in particular—if I mistake not specimens of it cured in Queensland were sent to ...

    Article : 391 words
  13. QUEENSLAND AND ENGLISH FINANCE.

    SIR: I take the liberty of enclosing a letter published in the Times, which, though not perhaps well adapted for colonial circulation in its present shape, contains ideas which are ...

    Article : 1,500 words
  14. "THE GREATEST SNAKE STORY."

    SIR: I believe I can tell you of the greatest snake story of the season—not from me only, but several others also. On Christmas Eve, I was just about knocking off work, when my attention ...

    Article : 131 words
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