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  2. Intercolonial Mining News in Brief.

    AT Adelong, Gray and party have struck a reef 6in. wide, at a depth of 12ft., making fine gold freely. Specimens from the main reef give 2gr. gold to the pound of stone. ...

    Article : 1,714 words
  3. Supreme Court.

    BEFORE his honour Sir Charles Lilley, Chief Justice. MULCAHY V. MILLIS. This was an action brought by John Mulcahy, ...

    Article : 1,571 words
  4. City Police Court.

    BEFORE the police-magistrate, and Messrs. T. F. Merry, C. Spry, and W. G. Power, JJ.P. LARCENY.—Alfred Hyland and Joseph Shackleton, were, on remand, charged with having on ...

    Article : 1,936 words
  5. Bowen.

    THE long-continued drought, which began to threaten very serious results, has at last broken up. After a week of most oppressive heat, a splendid thunderstorm marked the ...

    Article : 453 words
  6. Beenleigh.

    WE held "Bertie's" birthday here right loyally. The school children to the tune of over 200 were marched to Ayto[?] grounds (kindly granted for the purpose by Mr. Adam Black), ...

    Article : 694 words
  7. Official Notifications.

    TENDERS ACCEPTED.—The tenders of Mr. C. Whiting, for additions to goods sheds, Maryborough Railway, has been accepted. TENDERS INVITED.—At the Department of Public ...

    Article : 166 words
  8. Railway Traffic Earnings.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 297 words
  9. Charters Towers.

    VERY little of importance in the way of mining has occurred since my last letter. Work is still being carried on in the usual way. I heard last week that Mr. Buckland, asaayer, has offered ...

    Article : 972 words
  10. A Queenslander's Trip to South Australia.

    On stepping out of the train and ascending a flight of steps one finds oneself on North-terrace and only five minates walk from the centre of business. The western end of North-terrace ...

    Article : 2,445 words
  11. Warwick.

    THE great question of the day in the southern portion of the Darling Downs is the approaching election; but as very little definite is known as to who is to come forward, there is nothing much ...

    Article : 788 words

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