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  2. Country and Mining News.

    CORRESPONDENTS will oblige by sending Mining News on Separate pages of their communications, in order to have same classed in our mining pages. Correspondents will further oblige by affixing their signatures to their letters, for editorial guidance only. ...

    Article : 44 words
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    Advertising : 6,235 words
  4. ADELONG.

    AMATEURS.—The members of the Dramatic Club are rehearsing for an entertainment, to be given in a few weeks, to enhance their funds. The debating Society at their next meeting will discuss the merits of Thackeray and ...

    Article : 416 words
  5. CASSILLIS.

    WEATHER.—Prospect not so cheering as we anticipated it would be. It is true a green carpet meets the eye everywhere, yet it is not so forward as it ought to be, seeing September has nearly passed, owing, no doubt, to the ...

    Article : 498 words
  6. ALBURY.

    NEW CHURCH OF ENGLAND.—This building, now in course of erection at Jindera, is rapidly approaching completion, and will soon be ready for use. It is understood that the opening will take place some time during the current ...

    Article : 931 words
  7. COPELAND.

    WARDEN'S COURT.—At the warden's Court a very important case was heard on the 13th September before Mr. Baker, concerning the pegging off of a claim known as the Hidden Treasure No. 1. South—Parker and parry v M'Kay ...

    Article : 251 words
  8. FORBES.

    IS THE MYSTERY SOLVED?—A good deal of conversation has taken place in reference to a telegram which appeared in the EVENING NEWS some days ago, referring to the finding of human remains near Wagga. A further ...

    Article : 979 words
  9. ARMIDALE.

    Weather.—We are at present having m»st enjoyable weather—nice bright summer days with cool nights. It is to be hoped that we shall have no late frosts as they cut off the young fruit wholesale. Shearing will soon be ...

    Article : 374 words
  10. BATHURST.

    Fire.—The principal excitement during the past week has been the fire in William-street. No doubt, had it not been for the energetic manner in which many present so readilly assisted in preventing the spread of the flames ...

    Article : 633 words
  11. GOULBURN.

    MINISTERIAL VISIT.—The great event of the week has been the visit of the Ministry to open the new post and telegraph offices and the South Goulbourn public school, the full particulars of which have been supplied by your ...

    Article : 161 words
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