THE second of the winter series of entertainments took place in the school room, and for the benefit of the school funds, on the 19th instant. The room was crowded, about 100 persone having ...Article : 195 words
THE comparative stagnation in politics that characterised the first six months of the year can at length be said to no longer exist. The Premier, the Hon. T. M'Ilwraith, after a ...Article : 2,890 words
WHAT there is every reason to believe would have been, had it come to perfection, one of the most terrible tragedies of modern times has, if one may ever believe circumstantial evidence, just ...Article : 3,221 words
APPOINTMENTS.—Patrick M'Cabe, to be bailiff of the Central District Court at Springsure; W. A. Tully, Under Secretary Public Lans, to be also Surveyor-General of Queensland. ...Article : 293 words
OUR timber-getters and draymen are quite exercieed anent the new tax on wheels. It certainly appears a most unjustifiable one. I may mention that one of our principal timber-getters ...Article : 414 words
BUSINESS is at a low ebb in Warwick just now. It is many years since our town presented such a quiet appearance as it has during the past month. Notwithstanding this depression ...Article : 566 words
MR. M'LEAN addressed the electors at Mr. Binstead's on Wednesday evening last in view of the coming Parliamentary campaign. A vote of confidence in the member teiminated the ...Article : 106 words
SIR,—In your issue of this morning I observe a letter from Mr. C. J. Trundle with the above heading, in which he states that "It was with much regret I read Mr. Hill's reflections upon ...Article : 175 words
MR. BOYCE, of Tinawanna, is going to run a coach between Surat and Yeulbah in opposition to Messrs. Cox and Co. and Cobb and Co. The old fable of the iron and earthern pots will be ...Article : 173 words
THE annual meeting of the Port Curtis Jockey Club came off on the 24th and 25th ultimo, on Gladstone racecourse. The weather was all that could be desired, and there was a large ...Article : 639 words
SIR,—Some strange rumors are afloat just now to the effect that of the advances the Woolloongabba Board have already received from the Government—said to be over £1000—a majority ...Article : 382 words
THE abundant bush feed noticed in my last has suddenly succumbed to Jack Frost, who has been for two or three nights unusually bitter. On Saturday last, just after the early morning ...Article : 200 words
IN tin mining things are hardly as brisk as outsiders naturally anticipate from the improved condition of the metal market at home. Miners, unfortunately, still labor under the disadvantage ...Article : 806 words
THE inhabitants of this district are somewhat divided on the question of the best route for the branch line of railway from Ipswich to Mount Esk. A few settlers in the Tarampa or western ...Article : 343 words
SIR,—In justice to the shopkeepers of this city, I think with many of your readers that the police and Attorney-General of this colony should do their duty, and put a stop to the wholesale ...Article : 145 words
THE returns of the District Registrar for the quarter just closed are as follows:—Births within the municipility of Drayton and Toowoomba, 67; deaths, 17; excess of births over deaths, 50. ...Article : 525 words
LAST evening a very influential meeting of the subscribers to the Coal Prospecting Fund was held at North Bundaberg. Already £130 is subscribed, and it is thought probable that in a few ...Article : 422 words
THE wreck of the ill-fated Wanganui steamship, last Monday week, at the Clarence Heads, has been much talked of in this quarter. Every seaman knows it is contrary to our navigation ...Article : 364 words
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