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  2. Rough. Notes by the Photographic Artist of Holterman's Exhibition.

    I HAVE already remarked on the cheerfulness, or rather the apparent sense of comfort, that characterises the people of the Orange district. They feel confident that it must ultimately go ahead. It has progressed so ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 1,676 words
  3. Mining Items.

    The Gipps Land Mercury reports that the finders of the copper lode near Gladstone were Messrs, Scott and party. The locale of the discovery is on the St. George's Crees, four miles from Briagolong. ...

    Article : 2,725 words
  4. Hill End and Tambaroora.

    SINCE the late heavy rains, all available places in the old alluvial grounds, where fossicking might prove payable, have been worked by Europeans and Chinamen, resulting in a return of from ½ dwt. to 3 dwts. each, ...

    Article : 1,648 words
  5. Grold in New Guinea.

    IN consequence of rumours prevalent in Brisbane that gold had been found in the newly-discovered district of New Guinea, a question was asked by Mr. King, of the Colonial Secretary (the Hon. A. H. Palmor) in the ...

    Article : 527 words



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