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  3. WALGETT.

    No indication of rain as yet, the drought apparently being in its infancy. On Thursday, the 14th instant, there certainly appeared some signs of a change, but, alas, we were doomed to ...

    Article : 998 words
  4. DISTRICT NEWS. [FROM OUR VARIOUS CORRESPONDENTS.] HEXHAM.

    A meeting of the inhabitants of Hexham was held on Friday, 22nd instant, at the Church of England School, to take into consideration statements which have appeared in the papers to the ...

    Article : 477 words
  5. NEWCASTLE. [?]

    After a few idle days thes works at Mi[?]i are carried on again. It is said that the men are going to ask the Messrs. Brown. for an advance of 6d. per ton on the coal. A man ...

    Article : 194 words
  6. MACLEAY RIVER.

    On Sunday, 17th instant, a terrific thunder-storm burst upon Kempsey and its vicinity. Several buildings were injured; one at East Kempsey had the side wall blown in. The ...

    Article : 159 words
  7. VACY, PATERSON.

    We have had a splendid rain. It is too late for the forward crop of maize, but just in time for the tobacco. January 22. ...

    Article : 27 words
  8. NEW ENGLAND.

    At Armidale the thundery weather of Thursday last was also felt. It brought heavy rain showers. The lightning was vivid in Armidale, but a terrific storm fell a few miles south-east ...

    Article : 214 words
  9. MILLFIELD, WOLLOMBI.

    During the thunderstorm at Wollombi, on Wednesday evening, about six o'clock, an iron-bark tree was struck by lightning, at the corner of Mr. W. E. Slack's stockyard, Millfield, and ...

    Article : 247 words
  10. THE WAR IN NEW ZEALAND.

    From the various telegrams which have been received of late from Napier, it appeared that Colonel Whitmore was, on the 26th ult., before Ngatipa, Te Kooti's fortified position, with a ...

    Article : 756 words
  11. SINGLETON.

    LARCENY.—Thomas King was charged with stealing three pair of boots and a coat, the property of Lewis Cribb, who deposed: I am a shepherd in the employ of Mr. Glass, at ...

    Article : 716 words
  12. BOURKE.

    MORE BUSHRANGING.—RUTHERFORD NOT CAPTURED.—In spite of the glowing telegram in the Sydney Morning Herald, vide Dubbo Dispatch, this notable made himself very ...

    Article : 627 words
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