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  2. THE TIN MINES.

    GENTLEMEN,—There is one direction in which you might benefit your constituents with very little trouble to yourselves, and that is by bringing in a "Tin Selectors' Relief Bill." It would ...

    Article : 375 words
  3. BRISBANE AND IPSWICH RAILWAY.

    SIR,—Being the engineer deputed by the Government of New South Wales in 1855 to determine the best route from this port vid Ipswich to the Downs, it may be expected that ...

    Article : 698 words
  4. THE NERANG AND SOUTHWARDS.

    A CORRESPONDENT, writing from his locality on June 9, says:—The N[?]rang is a fine, though small, river, and its banks are being rapidly converted from their original state of dense ...

    Article : 326 words
  5. WARWICK.

    THE rain has fallen plentifully of late, and the spirits of the farmers have risen. The wheat has been placed under the s[?]d, and with the help of these seasonable rains will soon get ...

    Article : 548 words
  6. THE STATE EDUCATION BILL OF 1873.

    SIR,—I am disappointed in the Education Bill, the joint production of Messrs. Palmer and Lilley. As a scheme of education the plan is well devised; but a very important question ...

    Article : 321 words
  7. EASTERN AND AUSTRALIAN MAIL SERVICE.

    WR have received a prospectus of the Eastern and Australian Mail Steam Company (limited). Capital, £1500, in 6000 shares of £25 each[?] Trustees: James Guthri[?] (Messrs. Guthri[?] and ...

    Article : 702 words
  8. UPPER LOGAN.

    UNDER date June 7, a correspondent notifies the opening of the Primary School near Townsv[?]le, on the 2nd instant. The teacher, Mr. Lennox, was in attendance. A soir[?]e followed, ...

    Article : 93 words
  9. EDUCATION.

    SIR,—It was with great pleasure that I read in your columns the text of the new Education Bill, which was introduced to our Legislative Assembly last week. In considering the great ...

    Article : 367 words
  10. LOGAN AND ALBERT.

    A WELL-ATTENDED meeting was held in the Logan Village Chapel last Monday evening, for the purpose of formng a Mutual Improvement Society. Previous to this there ...

    Article : 604 words
  11. OUR WEALTH OF GOLD.

    SIR,—I, and no doubt many others have road with much interest the letters of Thomas Carpenter, Esq., M.S.E.L., and Dr. Beer, lately appearing in your columns, upon that very ...

    Article : 368 words
  12. FIJI.

    FILES of the Levuka papers have been received to May 31. The criminal notion for libel against G. L. Griffiths resulted in his acquittal. The libel ...

    Article : 1,103 words
  13. THE EDUCATION BILL.

    SIR,—Last year you kindly allowed me to place my thoughts on Education before the public through your paper. Promising to be very brief I beg jou once more to find room for ...

    Article : 530 words
  14. IMPOUNDINGS.

    TAMBO.—From Berkhead, May 30:—Roan mare, like [?] over [?] conjoined near shoulder, star on forehead; brown filly unbranded. To be sold June 25.—GEORGE FOSTER, ...

    Article : 284 words
  15. LAND LAWS IN WESTERN AUSTRALIA.

    SIR,—A West Australian paper, the Enquirer, of the 7th May last, has been placed in my hands; and to show the land policy established there, the writer states,—"The new regulations ...

    Article : 509 words
  16. MURPHY'S CREEK.

    ALTHOUGH King [?]rost has put in an appearance occasionally, loading the herbage and foliage with his sparkling icicles, we have had, except last week, some remarkably fine weather. ...

    Article : 549 words
  17. SCIENCE FOR OUR SCHOOLS.

    IT has been generally understood that, in tropical countries, all things animate are pushed forward to development at a considerably accelerated rate, compared with the productions ...

    Article : 1,435 words
  18. IPSWICH.

    WE are again in the middle of very wet and disagreeable weather. The rain has been so constant and heavy that the roads are badly cut up and general traffic is impeded. Work ...

    Article : 1,357 words
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