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  2. MAITLAND.

    THE weather has been very oppresive—the heat intense. Saturday was the hottest day we have bad this season; towards evening some relief was experienced by a violent thunderstorm, accompanied by a little rain. Many were ...

    Article : 813 words
  3. THE HOT WEATHER.

    SIR.—As so much has been said about the recent hot weather, and doubts have been expressed as to the correctness of the indications of the thermometers in the country, it may be interesting to give the comparative results for ...

    Article : 1,571 words
  4. ALBURY.

    EVEN that embodiment of weather-wisdom, "the oldest inhabitant," admits that his experiences furishes parellel. Former summers have been hot, but rarely, if ever has the thermometer ranged so high as 110 degrees ...

    Article : 2,189 words
  5. TASMANIA.

    OUR files are to the 14th instant. His Excellency the Governor proceeded upon an official visit to Port Arthur on the 13th in H. M. S. Sappho. He was accompanied by his private secretary, Mr. H. ...

    Article : 353 words
  6. BRAIDWOOD.

    SINCE last I wrote, we have g[?] through did winter weather and scorching summer; we have gad sharp frosts and a suffocating heat. On Friday last the glass was up to 97 degrees in the shade; on Saturday morning it was [?] ...

    Article : 1,197 words
  7. SOUTH AUSTRALIA.

    FROM files to the 13th instant we take the following extracts. By the English mail (the Register says) Sir Anthony Musgrave has received an official intimation of his ...

    Article : 891 words
  8. TUMUT.

    THE weather continues hot and dry. Saturday last was an [?] warm day. About 10 a.m. a thermometer, hearing in the spacious hall of one of our hot is, where there is free ventilation read as high as 110, such being ...

    Article : 528 words
  9. HILL END.

    THE crashing machines are just now having a good time of it, over one who can do [?] being anxious to gets something for Christmas. At Beyers the Frenchmen cleaned up on Friday, 26 tons leader stuff yielding 8 [?] 10 dwts. ...

    Article : 1,138 words
  10. BOURKE.

    YOR may wonder why I have not written more regularly, but not when you consider that the temperature has been for weeks pest 110 in the shade, aad only suitable to blackfellows. There is no news of any great importance to send ...

    Article : 724 words
  11. WAGGA WAGGA.

    AFTER the excitement of the previous few days with the races, the Governor's visit, and banquet and ball, the opening of the new convent, and its imposing caremonies, with other less absorning events, the past week may be described ...

    Article : 1,948 words
  12. PUBLIC HEALTH.

    SIR,—As legislation on this subject is probable, I venture to suggest that overcrowding of the land as well as of the houses, should be prohibited. Every house should have attached to it a garden or yard, at least three times the size ...

    Article : 256 words
  13. THE FREE LENDING LIBRARY.

    SIR,—It is in my opinion, of vital importance to the general welfare of Sydney, that the interests of the working class should be well looked after. A Slight advancement in their cause would be the formation of well-appointed ...

    Article : 268 words
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