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  2. POET MACQUARIE.

    HASTINGS RIVER J.C. RACES.—This year's meeting of the H.R.J. Club was not so successful, from a racing point of view, as many of ita predecessors. There were fair fields for some of the events, but the ...

    Article : 527 words
  3. YASS.

    RETHENS OF THE LAND OFFICE here for the year 1835 are as under—,£7943 17s 5d. The Land Act of 1884 came into operation at Yass on Angust 6 past, and from that date to December 31 last past, 57 ...

    Article : 145 words
  4. PARRAMATTA.

    WHERE WERE THE POLICE?—A mysterious affair was enacted in our midst Tuesday last. It appears that about noon a well-dressed lady and gentleman left a train at Parramatta. The lady made for the ...

    Article : 175 words
  5. N.S.W. Agricultural Society..

    Mr. "Walter Bradley, Mr. J. do V. Lamb, and Mr. F. "Webster (secretary), waited on the Mayor, Mr. John Young, to urge him to ask Parliament to give the council power to lease its land at ...

    Article : 248 words
  6. SUNNY CORNER.

    THE NAME of this place is for the future to be Sunny Corner, and not Mitchell. A LAND COURT has been held here during the past two days. It was continued until ll p.m. on ...

    Article : 169 words
  7. QUEANBEYAN.

    HOSPITAL MEETING.—The subscribers to the district hospital held their annual meeting Thursday. A warm debate ensued in relation to the election of medical officer. Three candidates were ...

    Article : 214 words
  8. TARALGA.

    EXTREMELY HOT of late, the thermometer registering 110deg Fahr, in the shade. THE CHRISTMAS JOURNAL is universally admired, and is an instance of the perfection to which ...

    Article : 136 words
  9. WALGETT.

    PLUCKY.—Two youths (one the son of a warder in the local gaol, and the other's name is unknown to me) had a narrow escape from drowning in the Namei on Sunday whilst bathing, but were pluckily rescued ...

    Article : 247 words
  10. Dirty Dairies.

    Two cases, which were heard before the Newtown Bench, on Tuesday, deserve the very serious consideration of the community, as instancing, perhaps,, the most simple manner in which disease and death' ...

    Article : 285 words
  11. TUMUT.

    SPLENDID RAINS.—The country all round is beginning to wear a green appearance. MAIZE.—First crop now being put into baga (a great many having already diaposod of their crop), ...

    Article : 177 words
  12. QUIRINDI.

    DEATHS.—A mau named Kelaher was killed by a fall from his horse, Saturday. He was discovered 'by a Mr. Wheeler laying on the side of the road dead. His skull was fractured by falling on the metal. ...

    Article : 104 words
  13. WAGGA.

    RABBIT NUISANCE.—Mr. Renniker reports to the district inspector of stock that he killed two rabbits at Alfred Town, nine miles distant, one day last week. To-day a man, named Graham, brought in ...

    Article : 112 words
  14. RICHMOND RIVER,

    THE. GRAB-DREDGE for this river arrived "safely from Sydney on Monday, and it is a to be hoped will be speedily set to work on the South Arm, which certainly needs early attention, perhaps more so than ...

    Article : 722 words
  15. Improving the National Park.

    We have received, by the courtesy of Sir John' Robertson, chairman of the trustees of the National Park, a report of the works effected there up to August 81 last. By this report it is clearly shown ...

    Article : 339 words
  16. THE MACLEAY.

    LAND COURTS.—A public meeting was hold to ventilate this matter Saturday, Mr. T. G. Panton in the chair. Speeches were made and resolutions passed concerning the land court business. No court ...

    Article : 263 words
  17. WENTWORTH.

    PREPARING FOR A FLOOD.—About 2in of rain fell here Thursday. The blacks are moving to higher ground in expectation of a flood. Dame Nature is busy renovating after the late rains. Grass ...

    Article : 62 words
  18. WELLINGTON.

    HEARTLESS.—An industrious young man, who has been striving for some time past to make an honest living hy fishing in the Macquarie, has sustained a serious loss. Two of the nets he had placed in the ...

    Article : 388 words
  19. WOLLONGONG.

    SPORTING:.—Mattera are very lively in this district. In addition to a £20 handicap on Boxing Day, and a £40 on New Year's Day, there are two handicapa of some importance to be rnn off on Annivorsary Day— ...

    Article : 553 words
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