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  2. Mooloolah.

    DEAR QUEENSLANDER,—This must be a very insignificant place, as you never notice us in your pages, although we, I think, are most of us subscribers; in fact, yours is the only paper we ...

    Article : 290 words
  3. The Mayor's Salary.

    SIR,—The town I had in my eye—"in my mind's eye, Horatio"—when hurriedly writing my letter, kindly inserted by you this morning, where a usual vote of £300 to £400 to the ...

    Article : 755 words
  4. Turf Notes.

    THE turn of speed that brought Expectation home second to Habona in the Maribyrnong Plate a couple of years ago served her well in the Flying Handicap of the A. J. C. "special" ...

    Article : 3,245 words
  5. Brisbane Presbytery.

    SIR,—Into the personalities of your correspondent in last Wednesday's issue I cannot enter. Personal abuse will, I trust, never move my pen, so long as no public interests are at stake. My ...

    Article : 1,334 words
  6. TURF GOSSIP.

    Autumn is, generally speaking, the principal racing season in Queensland—in Southern Queensland, at any rate—the northern and western portions, as a rule, keeping the ball rolling during ...

    Article : 855 words
  7. THE SIRES OF QUEENSLAND.

    ONE of the most brilliant possible pedigrees, on paper, as far as fashion goes, is that of the subject of this week's article, the hon. J. P. Bell's imported bay horse Epigram, bred in ...

    Article : 1,297 words
  8. North Pine River.

    A FINE culvert is in course of construction on the main road near Mr. Petrie's. For years past the road just here has been very aggravating. First, you drive along a nasty broken piece of ...

    Article : 196 words
  9. Toowoomba.

    SINCE my last affairs political have not gone down to that dead level we expected. I expressed myself pretty strongly at the time of the election when Mr. Graham's nomination paper ...

    Article : 144 words
  10. Stanthorpe.

    TAKING into account the continued depression in the metal market, tin-mining operations in this and the adjoining district may be put down as progressing very favorably. As ...

    Article : 631 words
  11. "Mr. Mackay and the Logan."

    SIR,—An article headed as above appeared in your evening contemporary of Wednesday, and which has just been seen by me. The article is a matter of surprise, although there were ...

    Article : 576 words
  12. "Yellow Jimmy" on Horse-breaking.

    IN many issues of your valuable paper I have seen articles and extracts on the rearing, breaking and management of horses—generally referring (as I take it) to the horses of another country. ...

    Article : 2,113 words
  13. 'Bus Drivers.

    SIR,—I really cannot imagine what a "Constant Traveller" means by the letter with which he has "troubled you." All he says about lowering the dashboard and raising the driving ...

    Article : 452 words
  14. Thorgomindah.

    NEW Year's Day 1879 broke fine, fair, and cool for us half-baked anatomies up here, and about noon the township began to put on a half-sort of a holiday appearance, the other half ...

    Article : 179 words
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