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    AN INFURIATED BULLOCK.—Aboat two o'clock yesterday a wild [?]mlook made raid through Launcenton, not likely to be forgotten for come time. We are informed it was one brought up ...

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  3. CUDAL.

    A cricket match was played at Oakey Creek, near Cudal, on the 2lst instant, between two new clubs lately started a few miles from here called tho Oakey Creek C.C., and the Young ...

    Article : 190 words

    EASTER DEMONSTRATION OF THE CERTIFIED R. C. SCHOOL.—The annual demonstration in connection with the above school took place on Easter Monday, and in every feature proved ...

    Article : 790 words

    THE WHEAT YIELD.—The South Australian Advertiser says:— "Turning to the question of how much the wheat yield will be available for exportation, we may calculate, assuming that the ...

    Article : 264 words
  6. TUMUT.

    On the 17th in tans Mr. Davis n, who, on his return from the mountains, was about crossing a flock of sheep over the river near the place known as the punt, met with considerable ...

    Article : 839 words
  7. ORANGE.

    Next Sunday week his Lordship the Bishop of Bathurst will lay the foundation-stone of the Roman Catholic school and teacher's residence. The site is in our principal street. The Very ...

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    A destructive fire occurred soon after midnight on Sunday in a row of slab buildings in Free Church-street, which resulted in their total destruction. They were the property of a ...

    Article : 175 words

    A OPENING A CHURCH.—The new church of St. Patrick, at Kunara, was opened on the Festival of the Saint by the Right Rev. the Bishop of Wellington, assisted by tho Rev. Father ...

    Article : 177 words
  10. Country Correspondence.

    PARRAMATTA LUNATIC ASYLUM—Although the Select Committee of Inquiry have not yet quite finished their labours and presented their report to Parliament, yet the Government have ...

    Article : 264 words
  11. ARALUEN.

    WEATHER.—The weather is now beginning to turn very cold. This morning (Wednesday) we experienced a slight frost, rather early in the year for Araluen. The plough has been busy ...

    Article : 458 words

    On tho 30 instant a ball and supper will be given hero in aid of St. Joseph's Catholic School. An energetic committee has been formed, a large number of tickets have already been sold ...

    Article : 239 words

    On Saturday, April 14th, his Lordsbip Dr. Quinn; of Brisbane, arrived in Goulburn by the afternoon train. He was received at the railway station by his Lordsbip Dr. Lanigan ...

    Article : 332 words

    DROWNED.—On Tuesday afternoon last a man named William Campbell, in the employment of Mr. Kennedy, Caraki, went out from his master's place with his gun for the purpose of ...

    Article : 323 words



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