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Picture relating to Queensland - titled 'Queensland Jubilee 1859-1909 postcard.'
Picture relating to Daintree River - titled 'Daintree River, near Mossman, Queensland, ca. 1885'
Picture relating to Daintree River - titled 'Waterfall from the Daintree River, near Mossman, Queensland, ca. 1885'
Picture relating to Killarney - titled 'Men seated on rocks at the base of the Daggs Waterfall at Killarney, near Warwick, ca. 1887'
Picture relating to Killarney - titled 'Killarney Falls, Killarney, in the Warwick district, 1889'
Picture relating to Buderim - titled 'Barrow family at School Falls near Buderim, 1890-1900'
Picture relating to Townsville - titled 'Townsville'
Picture relating to Mount Tamborine - titled 'Curtis Falls on Mount Tamborine, Queensland, ca. 1891'
Picture relating to Mount Bischoff Mine - titled 'Mount Bischoff Mine'
Picture relating to Fassifern - titled 'Waterfall at Cunningham's Gap Creek, Fassifern, 1897'
Picture relating to Broadwater - titled 'School portrait of Upper Broadwater State School, Queensland, ca. 1904'
Picture relating to Crows Nest - titled 'Waterfall in the Crows Nest district, ca. 1905'
Picture relating to Killarney - titled 'Daggs Falls at Killarney, Queensland, ca.1906'
Picture relating to Numinbah Valley - titled 'Looking beyond the waterfall through the rock bridge, Numinbah Valley, ca. 1908'
Picture relating to Stanthorpe - titled 'Elegantly dressed ladies and small child watching Winstead Falls flowing through granite rocks north of Stanthorpe, 1909'
Picture relating to Numinbah Valley - titled 'Natural rock bridge frames a waterfall in the Numinbah Valley, ca. 1910'

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    Queensland Jubilee 1859-1909 postcard.

    contributed by QldPics, taken in 1859
    (contact QldPics about this picture)

    Queensland Jubilee 1859-1909 postcard including the allegorical figure of Britannia? and an image of a warship. Represented is the outline of Queensland's coast, tropical fruit, flora, wool and stock, a waterfall, and the state badge (the imperial crown superimposed on a Maltese cross). An acrostic poem spelling Q-U-E-E-N-S-L-A-N-D is also included: Queensland the fairest Dominion that stands/ Under the Union Jack!/ Ever progressing most virile of lands;/Energy never grown slack!/Now in the pride of her jubilee, she/Stands as a model both loyal and free!/Loyal to Britain, more loyal are none,/And free with the Freedom that confidence won!/Never had Empire a province more fair!/Daughter of Britain, of radiant air! Postcard is number 118 in the Curlew Series.

    This picture is also part of the following Bonzle photo collections: