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  2. Country and Mining News.

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    Article : 344 words

    Theee thoughts, or some each thoughts, were distressing my Wife, I felt assured, when she seemed strong and well again, a month after Mrs. Ray's death; when Janet, with many injunctions ...

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    This week I have very little to report., Our town is unusually quiet. In consequence of the long drought; everything bears u very gloomy aspect. The cricket match which I mentioned in my lastto come off ...

    Article : 182 words
  5. Visit to the Inland Districts of Port Moresby, New Guinea.

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    The weather is very hot; no signs of rain. The crops of maize look remarkably well, proving that the agricultural land of the district can stand a severe drought, owing probably to the adjoining swamps which retain great moisture. ...

    Article : 310 words

    We were all in an excited state on Friday evening, in consequence of ti lad, the son of Mr. Eusor, being missing. He is an imbecile, and though at all times carefull watched, he eluded observation on Friday mersing at 7 o'clock and in a ...

    Article : 587 words
  8. A Soldier's Gallantry Rewarded.

    It was in the winter of 1865, shortly before the collapse of the rebellion, that General Shaler, commanding at De Vall's, Bluff, Arkansas, sent a detachment of cavalry up into the Cache river country to intercept ...

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    THE RACES.-An error appears In your telegram, in last week's issue, of the Members Plate, in which it makes Walkover ran as second-it should have been that Viceroy walked over for this prize. In my last, I stated that many ...

    Article : 419 words
  10. PARKES.

    No [?] yet, so you may depend we are pretty well parched up. There is not a drop of water to be seen anywhere except in the creek, and not even a thunder-cloud has made its appearance for a week. The cattle in some rases are ...

    Article : 800 words
  11. MUDGEE.

    MUNCIPAL.-At the election, on Friday test, the voting resulted thus:-For Thomas Smith, 236; James Wilkins, 185: Walter Sherry, 143; and for Duncan M'Farlane, 114. The drat three candidates were therefore elected aldermen for the ...

    Article : 734 words
  12. ORANGE.

    Our Orenge correspondent writes:-The want of rain much felt here at present no fall of any consequence having occurred during the last three montsh; as a natural c[?] quence, the appearance of [?] is anything but ...

    Article : 766 words



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