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Welcome rains have again fallen during the past few days, and will prove greatly beneficial to the later crops and gardens. The total this year so far is about 4% inches, and is about the lowest for a number of years.
On the 26th inst, the Yornaning Hall, some six miles from Cuballing, will be opened. This is a nicely constructed wooden building, and will be a great boon to the general public of this growing though yet small place.
Illnesses in children are very preva- lent at present, the usual winter ail- ments being contracted with monoto- nous regularity.
The Church of England held a eu- chre party and dance on Wednesday evening of last week. The attendance was not large, though^ an enjoyable time was spent by those who did roll
There Ja every prospect of a new school being built here. An inspectoi from the department made an inspec- tion at the present premises and founc them altogether unsatisfactory. He is recommending a new building to b< put in hand at once. This is due t< the persistent efforts of the loca teacher. Mr. Karry J. Iles, and parent: should congratulate themselves 01 having such an energetic teacher ii