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  3. MUDGEE.

    LIBEL ACTION.-The Mudgee District Court opened on Thursday before Judge Wilkinson. The whole of Friday was takes up with hearing of an action for libel, instituted by Charles Zimmler, Mayor of Gulgong, against ...

    Article : 2,404 words
  4. Country and mining News.

    CORRESPONDENTS will oblige by sending Mining News on separate pages of thier communications, in order to have same classed in our Mining pages. correspondents will further by a affixing their signatures to ...

    Article : 42 words
  5. PORT STEPHENS.

    MORE DISASTERS.—Again I send you a tale of death and disaster. On the 26th instant word was brought to Nelson's Bay that the Schoolboy was wrecked on One-mile Beach (about five miles from here), and that one body had ...

    Article : 276 words
  6. ADELONG.

    CRICKET.—A match wad played at Adelong on Saturday last, between the Tumut eleven and Adelong eleven, which resulted in win for Adelong. Tumut two or three years since could bring an eleven om to the field which was ...

    Article : 1,443 words
  7. SINGLETON.

    ILL USAGE OF A WOMAN.—The abominable case in which Trunley and Thompson are charged with ill-treating a black gin, was given continued on Tuesday, October 25. when evidence was given that the poor creature was dragged ...

    Article : 1,645 words
  8. BOGGABRI.

    RAIN.—Since my last we have had a beautiful fall of rain which has quite recovered the country. A few weeks of hot weather would bring abundance of grass, &c., for stock. In a few places already there is good grass. All ...

    Article : 221 words
  9. MOLONG.

    WEATHER.—Yesterday a nice thunderstorm passed over the town towards the evening, which will help to keep the grass and crops growing. During the course of the day the heat was oppressive. About sundown the rain ...

    Article : 337 words
  10. WALLABADAH.

    CROPS, FRUIT, &c.—Wheat is in ear, in many please and the whole area under crop could hardly look between of course, gape are stiff visible in some [?] owing to the effects of the kate dry season, [?] Instances ...

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