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  2. Advertising

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    Advertising : 3,980 words
  3. (From yesterday's Singleton Times.)

    "WHOLESALE DESTRUCTION OF BUSH TREES.— We have been informed by a gentleman of the wholesale destruction of bush trees in the neighbourhood of Singleton by a small hairy grub— thousands of ...

    Article : 73 words
  4. WALGETT.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 138 words
  5. BOURKE.

    It had been raining since Monday. Everything was muddy, wet, and melancholy. Men walked about in the cold looking up towards the dense clouds, which hung low and cheerless over the plains ...

    Article : 451 words
  6. DISTRICT NEWS. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENTS.] PATERSON.

    OUR CRICKET CLUB.—THE HALF-YEARLY MEETING.—On Monday evening last the half-yearly meeting of our cricket club was held at their rooms, at the Odd Fellows' Hall. Mr. F. Cann, the President, ...

    Article : 415 words
  7. NEWCASTLE.

    Mr. Parker, landlord of the Duke of Edinburgh Hotel, at the Junction, informs us that on Saturday night, between the hours of ten and half-past eleven, some person or persons, taking advantage of his wife ...

    Article : 624 words
  8. CHINA.

    During the past fortnight there have been disquieting reports of the likelihood of an outbreak at Canton, and news has come to hand that a Protestant chapel at Fatshan has been destroyed; but ...

    Article : 504 words
  9. SINGLETON.

    DRUNKENNESS.—Joseph Bethel, for being drunk, was fined 5s.; in default, twenty-four hours' imprisonment. ALLOWING ANIMALS TO STRAY.—William Claxton ...

    Article : 984 words
  10. MURRURUNDI.

    THE WEATHER.—The weather has been very changeable during the past week, and we have had an extensive if not an agreeable variety. On Sunday afternoon dust clouds followed each other in ...

    Article : 263 words
  11. GENERAL NEWS.

    The Western Examiner says that a more delightful or beneficial spring than the present season (at Orange) could not be imagined. A sufficient fall of rain occurred just when it was most required, and ...

    Article : 657 words
  12. MACLEAY RIVER.

    A most acceptable chango of weather has taken place. Though not continuous, we have had copious and frequent showers. It is now raining heavily. This alteration in the temperature removes ...

    Article : 425 words
  13. MANNING RIVER.

    Throughout the whole week the weather has been fine—far too fine—for rain is now greatly needed. Bush fires, too, are burning all around us, and consuming the little dry feed, upon which stock now ...

    Article : 255 words
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