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    Preparations are being made to work the [?]pal Mine at Listowel Downs, Barcoo. The hunting season at Adelaide Las opened successfully ...

    Article : 4,001 words
  3. DENISON DIGGINGS.

    We hare been favoured lately with copious showers. The hills begin to assume a cheerful appearance, and the farmers will have no reason to complain. Mr. Andrew Carroll, a gentleman well known in this ...

    Article : 375 words
  4. COUNTRY NEWS.

    The most important topic here is the splendid sample of sugar lately manufactured in the district from "Planter's Friend," grown by Mr. Warren, a tenant of Mr. Berry's, at Numba. The cane appears to suit the climate, and soil, and ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 688 words
  5. DANDALOO.

    Since I last wrote I am glad to say we have been favoured with the long looked for, and anxiously expected, rain, still not so entirely sufficient as to so completely benefit us as needed, for although water is abundant, grass is still very scarce. This ...

    Article : 410 words
  6. MOLONG.

    QUARTZ REEFS.—The whereabouts of the incognito or rich gold-bearing reef alluded to in my last, was duly verified, disclosed, taken up, and registered (according to previous rumour) by the prospectors (Quinn and Hayden) on Monday ...

    Article : 833 words
  7. CANNONBAR

    The town is remarkably dull, and business people grumbling. Now I would recommend that the people, instead of snarling at one another, should put their heads together and petition Government for our promised and, as the delay in ...

    Article : 249 words
  8. GRENFELL.

    The rain is continuing with very slight intermission of bright skies. The concert in aid of the Band of Hope will take place this evening ...

    Article : 357 words
  9. MOAMA

    The Murray is about eleven feet above summer level here at present. THE RIVER STEAMERS.—During the past week the Kelpie sailed for Hay with a large general cargo. The Waradgery ...

    Article : 242 words
  10. Mining Items

    I think I may safely say, writes the correspondent from Currajong to the Forbes Times, that, from the number and quality of the reefs now open and being opened on this gold-field weekly, and the extent of alluvial ...

    Article : 3,118 words
  11. WILLIAMS RIVER.

    The weather is day and windy, with some very heavy. frost The most of our farmers have done sowing wheat, and also lone milling corn. The weather on the Paterson and Allyan so dry that it is becoming somewhat of a serious matter ...

    Article : 71 words
  12. LAGGAN.

    In your journal of the 22nd instant, there is a memorial which is about to be presented to the Government praying that a tax may be placed on all horses that may be reserved from being destroyed. Now the people here, and the public ...

    Article : 510 words
  13. CURRAJONG.

    The excitement produced by our quartz mining operations appears gradually to increase as the news spreads of fresh discoveries. If you meet a friend, the usual greetings are barely over ...

    Article : 432 words
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