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  2. Sunnofa.

    Ireland's King on death-bed lying, to his daughter Sunnets. Left his realm of pleasant waters, rolling valleys, rock, and scar ...

    Article : 171 words
  3. Country News.

    THE RAILWAY WORKS on the section from young to Cowra are progressing rapidly. The number of men employed is about 800, and about 160,000 cubic yards of earth have been excavated, principally ...

    Article : 480 words
  4. HAY.

    PASTORAL matters are not flourishing as we could desire. There is a marked improvement in the appearance of the country, and the present season is a great deal more favorable for stock than the past ...

    Article : 625 words
  5. WAS SHE FALSE? A WIFE'S TEMPTATION.

    Mine after-life! What is mine after-life? My day is closed! the gloom of night is come! A hopeless darkness settles o'er my fate! ...

    Article : 4,278 words
  6. DUNGOG.

    WINTER COMES IN MILD.—The grass, after the rains and the intervention of a few warm days, has grown with, a vigor that is amazing at this time of year. The dams and creeks are full to overflowing ...

    Article : 496 words
  7. TUMUT.

    WEATHER. — Very dry, with occasional frosts. Rain very badly wanted to freshen up the grass, and to enable the farmers to prepare their land for wheat. ...

    Article : 324 words
  8. WELLINGTON.

    UNCOMMON WORK.—Messrs. Kennard Brothers, builders, of this town, have just completed a difficult and hazardous piece of work. During some years past the sleepers and blocks upon which the police ...

    Article : 608 words
  9. GUY FAWKES.

    WEATHER.—Cold and windy, with showers, and as on Sunday we had a shower of small hail, we may now consider the winter to be fairly set in. There is plenty good water and grass, but the clever is all going ...

    Article : 276 words
  10. GRENFELL.

    A MYSTERY.—It was reported in town last week that a resident had died suddenly near Coolamundra where he had proceeded with a horse and dray to get work. This report, which now appears to be without ...

    Article : 308 words
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