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  2. OXLEY CREEK.

    THE farmers may now be said to be fairly at work preparing the ground for the earliest planted of the spring crops—namely, potatoes. The returns from the autumn planting of this ...

    Article : 268 words
  3. DR. NELSON'S IMPRESSIONS OF PRESBYTERIANISM.

    "IT was moved and agreed to that the report of the Presbytery of Toowoomba be adopted, with the exception of that portion that relates to the induction of Mr. M'Culloch, and that ...

    Article : 2,267 words
  4. GLADSTONE.

    SO many incidents have transpired here since my last that I hardly know where to commence. Rockhampton has lately become amazingly solicitous of our political health, by ...

    Article : 1,016 words
  5. BOWEN.

    WE have files from Bowen to July 18. The Port Denison Times of the 11th instant, says:— We have again to congratulate Mr. John Walton on his safe arrival in port with a ...

    Article : 1,850 words
  6. TOOWOOMBA.

    WE have had a succession of fine sunny days during the past week, will sharp frosty nights, and nipping mornings. Our tanks and water jugs have given us daily specimens of ice, ...

    Article : 1,387 words
  7. GAYNDAH.

    THE immigrants per Golden South appear to be a better class than those by the Sultana. In Baying this we merely make the comparison between the samples we have seen in Gayndah, ...

    Article : 1,276 words
  8. ROCKHAMPTON.

    WE have received files to July 21 from Rockhampton. Under the head of "Our Diggings," the Northern Argus of the 18th says:— ...

    Article : 1,373 words
  9. MARYBOROUGH.

    WE have files from Maryborough to July 25. The Chronicle, of the 21st states:— A special general meeting of the shareholders of the Control Queensland Building Society was ...

    Article : 1,118 words
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