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  2. Stanthorpe.

    I WAS in error last week as regards the power of the battery in course of erection on Boorook silver mines by Messrs. Hutchison and M'Gregor. I find that for immediate purposes these ...

    Article : 267 words
  3. Gympie.

    THE gold now being obtained in the London was first met with in the north drive at a depth of 110ft.; it is of a coarse description, and some very fair specimens have been called from the ...

    Article : 588 words
  4. Stock Movements and State of the Country.

    A very fins mob of 150 head fat bullocks lately passed here from Waterview station, the property of Messrs. Ewan and Ricardo, en route for the Hodgkinson. A mixed mob of fats and ...

    Article : 200 words
  5. Classified Advertising

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    Advertising : 1,859 words
  6. Bundaberg.

    ANOTHER of those melancholy incidents which unhappily too often transpire in Australia, whereby many a one finds an unconsecrated grave, happened about fourteen miles from town on ...

    Article : 521 words
  7. Lower Burdekin.

    NEWS of much interest is usually at a discount in this part. However, the few items which occasionally crop up prove at least that, progressing with the same strides as we have of ...

    Article : 224 words

    Up to the present time we have had nothing more than a fresh or two in the river, and the season has every appearance of a dry one, upsetting so far the calculations of our weather ...

    Article : 59 words
  9. Darling Downs.

    THE celebrated Ben Allah has been delighting large audiences in Toowoomba during the week with feats of ventriloquism and legerdemam. Mr. G. C. Alford, late of Warwick, has been ...

    Article : 516 words

    The weather for the last week has been intensely hot, 108° to 112° in the shade. We have bad no rain for the last month, and there is very little appearance of any at present. The grass is ...

    Article : 54 words

    For the past fortnight the weather has been uncomfortably hot. Working men on the line have suffered considerably; it has been dangerous to labor at mid-day in the sun. Everyone was ...

    Article : 181 words
  12. Charters Towers.

    THE escort, in charge of Sub-inspector Moore, arrived here on Thursday last, and waited until next day to receive the proceeds of a large crushing from the No. 2 east Old Identity, which was ...

    Article : 1,150 words
  13. GYMPIE.

    We have not yet left off talking of the great heat of last week, which was beginning to tell both on man and beast very considerably—on the latter with fatal effect, for several valuable ...

    Article : 90 words
  14. Mackay.

    WE keep on having meetings here, and we rather imagine we like them; at any rate, some of them we have a right to feel big on, and I think we do. ...

    Article : 351 words
  15. ROMA.

    We had a slight fall of rain here on Saturday evening, but it did little good beyond laying the dust. It is, however, satisfactory to know that a short distance north-west of us the downfall ...

    Article : 110 words
  16. Rockhampton.

    THE offer of the Government, to give free carriage to Aramac and Blackall to as many of the immigrants by the Carnatic as were out of work, has been accepted only to a limited ...

    Article : 781 words

    Since my last communication the weather has continued dull and showery, but without the occurrence of any material downpour. This morning, however, appears to be the culminating ...

    Article : 136 words
  18. Maryborough.

    A WEEK of worse than the Dantesque Inferno, and still we live! Only that and nothing more. There have been several cases of sunstroke; two of them—travellers on the Gympie and ...

    Article : 809 words
  19. Lower Herbert.

    ON Monday last the Prospect cutter left Dungeness for Cooktown with a cargo of sugar, and proceeded down Hinchinbrook channel till off Hackerty point—the northernmost end of ...

    Article : 727 words
  20. GAYNDAH.

    Rain is much wanted; vegetation at a standstill. ...

    Article : 13 words

    Copious rains fell all over the Downs on Thursday and Friday last, and the reports from the larger centres of population, like Warwick and Dulby, are of a satisfactory nature. ...

    Article : 35 words

    A wet March was hoped for, and as far as it has gone the wishes have been realised. Previously there had been plenty of grass and water on the country within thirty miles of the sea; ...

    Article : 458 words

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