CLERMONT.— December 17, 1869 — Bay mare, o in circle over [?] over [?] near shoulder, [?] on rump; bay horse, black points, M near shoulder; brown mare, foal at foot, two fore and ...Article : 1,502 words
THEOUGH the non-working of the claims during the Christmas holiday, mining news is seant. However, the little we have to afford is good — A patch of rich stone has been struck ...Article : 262 words
Sheweth:— 1. That your petitioners pray your Most Gracious Majesty to form the Northern portion of Queensland into a separate colony. ...Article : 1,865 words
THE country round Clermont is at length assuing a satisfactory appearance. A short distance from town the grass is green and plentiful, and all classes of stock are improving in ...Article : 815 words
THE diggers have again returned to their favorite spots, and the excitement caused by the late "great" rusbes, has almost died out. Yacob's still attracts a few fossickers, but the ...Article : 514 words
SIR GRORGE BOWEN is about to leave us, and to seek a pleasant retirement from the cares of state in the " bosom of his family," whence he will doubtless emerge when the shooting season ...Article : 950 words
CHEAR trains are now running every Saturday between Ipswich and Toowoomba, a distance of seventy- nine miles. The fare is seven shillings return ticket, available until the following ...Article : 2,484 words
WE abridge from the Mackay Mercury the following report of a police court case, in which one calling himself H. E. Bridges was complainant. He has been so well known to the public ...Article : 2,037 words
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