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  2. WALGETT.

    The weather during the put week has been most excessively warm, and has completely neutralized the effects of the showers with which we were favoured recently. Beyond doubt, the country in this quarter will ...

    Article : 485 words
  3. THE NORTHERN GOLD FIELDS.

    ROCKY RIVER —The weather is much impeding the progress of the tunnelling in the Phœnix shaft. The tunnel is now in twenty feet, and a small one to facilitate further driving, thirty feet more. The weather is unbearably hot; in consequence, ...

    Article : 214 words
  4. DISTRICT NEWS.

    SINGLETON AMATEUR MINESTER—For some time past a number of young gentlemen in this town have formed themselves into a company, under this designation, for the praise worthy object of giving entertainments in aid ...

    Article : 910 words
  5. LOCAL NEWS.

    EXPORTS FROM THE DISTRICT DURING THE WEEK.— The following is an abstract of the exports from the manifests of the steamers and coasters of the principal produce (exclusive of wool and tallow) received coastwise in sydney from the ...

    Article : 4,406 words
  6. SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE.

    Nov. 23.—Jane, schooner, 142 tons, from Invercargill, N.Z. DEPARTURES. November 22 —Kathleen, barque, M'Donald, for Melbourne, with 312 tons coal. ...

    Article : 131 words
  7. SYDNEY SHIPPING.

    Nov. 22 —Cawarra (s.), 600 tons, Captain Milman, from Brisbane 20th instant, with 17 passengers. 23.—Elizabeth, schooner, 98 tons, Captain Bell, from [?]ka the 6th instant, in ballast. ...

    Article : 1,271 words
  8. MANNING RIVER.

    STOCK.—It is reported that our stock on the rons lessed by different parties are a little better in condition; but the intense beat we are now enduring is destroying the young grass most perceptibly. We are in want of ...

    Article : 414 words
  9. NEWCASTLE.

    THE NEW LIGHT TOWERS.—the first bricks of the new light-towers (the contract for building which has been obtained by Mr G. H. Cox)—were laid on the 21st and 23rd instant by Miss Lewis, daughter of M. W. ...

    Article : 620 words
  10. DUNGOG.

    A settler named Bryant, who resides at Fosterton met with a heavy loss last Wednesday night, at Brookfield, through the execrable and most cowardly malice of some unknown villain. Of his team of eight bullocks four ...

    Article : 268 words
  11. COLONIAL MARKETS.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 1,318 words
  12. MUSCLEBROOK.

    L. P. Doyle, Esq, charged with a breach of the Scab in Sheep Act, adjourned from the 31 st October. Case was dismissed.—Two other charges of the same nature were again postponed. ...

    Article : 479 words
  13. LATEST NEWS

    Auckland papers to the 10th report that the Poverty Bay natives have resumed hostilities. The Oreta, from Chili, had arrived at Auckland with 400 tons breadstuffs. She reports three vessels loading ...

    Article : 100 words
  14. ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE.

    Sir—The local and Sydney Press have had several correspondents respecting the prices of bread and meat, doubtless resulting from their being necessary articles of consumption, and the high and unusual charges lately demanded for both. I shall ...

    Article : 531 words
  15. LATEST COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 127 words
  16. Advertising

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    Advertising : 87 words
  17. E. LOWTHER'S PRODUCE CIRCULAR.

    Hay.—Owing to some speculative operations in the early part of the week, the market for a few days assumed a very firm appearance, and holders were not inclined to accept the prices then offering by buyers, this firmness has, however, ...

    Article : 2,081 words
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