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  2. PASTORAL AND AGRICULTURAL INTELLIGENCE.

    THE news from the pastoral districts is not over encouraging. Very heavy rains had succeeded the brief interval of sunshine at Wagga Wagga, and the country which had partially dried, and roads which were again ...

    Article : 3,299 words
  3. WAGGA WAGGA RACES.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 283 words
  4. THE FLOODS IN TASMANIA.

    HEAVY rain has fallen in Launceston and the surrounding districts incessantly during the past two days and nights. The temperature being mild, the rain has washed all the snow off the Ben Lomond ...

    Article : 226 words
  5. MANSLAUGHTER OF A CHILD AT GULLEN.

    OUR readers will recollect a paragraph that appeared in a recent issue, giving the particulars of the loss of a child named Thomas Gurney, at Gullen. It appears that the poor child was driven away from home by ...

    Article : 1,141 words
  6. STOCK AND SHARE CIRCULARS.

    Very little business doing, and we look for no improvement till after the arrival of the next mail, and then only if the news is of a pacific character. Our sales since the departure of the mail have been—City ...

    Article : 287 words
  7. PRODUCE REPORTS.

    Wool: Some slight test of the effect of the war news on our local wool market was afforded by our sale of Wednesday last, when we quitted, without any difficulty, about 100 bales, at a reduction of from 1½d to ...

    Article : 522 words
  8. EARTHQUAKES IN NEW ZEALAND.

    "THE severest earthquake that has occurred here since the 5th June, 1869, was experinced at Christchurch," says the Lyttelton Times, "on the 31st August, about twenty-three minutes past six o'clock, ...

    Article : 506 words
  9. STOCK AND STATION REPORT

    Stations: Since our last report three station properties have been submitted for public competition, but so far as we are aware none changed hands. Fat Cattle: A rather fuller supply than usual has caused ...

    Article : 138 words
  10. DUNGOG RACES. FIRST DAY. THURSDAY.

    First Race.—The Maiden Plato of 20 sovs, with a sweep of 20s each, for the second horse; 1½-mile, one event; weight for age. Mr. A. Campbell's b[?]e Tommy Dodd, 3 yrs (D. Moore).. 1 ...

    Article : 226 words
  11. Advertising

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    Advertising : 1,842 words
  12. SECOND DAY, FRIDAY.

    First Race.—The Town Plate of 30 sovs, with a sweep of 30s each for the second horse; two miles, one event; handicap. Mr. U. Tinkler's b g Young Wibber, aged, 7st 7lb (D. ...

    Article : 203 words
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