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  2. THE WEATHER, AND WEATHER PREDICTIONS.

    DURING the present season in Australia, particularly on the Eastern side of the continent, very unsettled weather is, of course, to be expected; but this year, from the commencement of the winter quarter, the ...

    Article : 5,754 words
  3. ROYAL PRESENTATION TO THE UNIVERSITY LIBRARY.

    THE University library has been enriched by a most touching and interesting present from the widowed Queen. His Excellency the Governor received by the last mail a copy of the collected speeches ...

    Article : 510 words
  4. THE SOUTHERN GOLD-FIELDS.

    The mining operations at Colombo and other points of the Shoalhaven River have recently been attended with a run of bad luck. The late sudden rise in the Upper Shoalhaven carried away a large quantity of ...

    Article : 303 words
  5. PAMPHLET FORETELLING WEATHER BY S. M. SAXBY, [?].N., PRINCIPAL INSTRUCTOR OF NAVAL ENGINEERS, H.M. STEAM RESERVE, &c., &c.

    EXTRACT: "The moon crosses our Equator—or is at her [?]titial colu[?] (or greatest distance from our Equator) about once in a week. (It is possible that one of each may happen in the same week according to the inclination of her orbit), therefore there is ...

    Article : 597 words
  6. THE NORTHERN GOLD-FIELDS.

    From the Rocky River we learn that one of those gutters winch are gererally found by accident in the most unlikely places was hit upon a week or two ago, on the ridge behind Mr. Brown's paddock, towards ...

    Article : 178 words
  7. RELIGIOUS MEMORANDA.

    ON Sunday, the 22nd May, the Bishop of Sydney held an ordin[?]tion service in St. Luke's Church, Liverpool. The Rev. H. J. Wilkinson was admitted to priest's orders, and Messrs. A W. Cr[?]swell, G. W. Watson, and D. Bertram to the di[?]conate, the ...

    Article : 981 words
  8. RAILWAYS.

    THE very severe and disastrous floods with which the colony has been visited during the past month have seriously interrupted the carrying out of the railway contracts; and we have consequently little to report ...

    Article : 1,091 words
  9. OUR GOLD-FIELDS.

    THE past month has been more than usually deficient in news of interest from the gold-fields, the greater part of the old diggings are unmistakably languishing, and falling off in yield as well as in population, whilst ...

    Article : 84 words
  10. WESTERN GOLD-FIELDS.

    At Gundagai, two new leads of a payable character have been discovered These newly discovered leads are in Government ground, within a short distance of the old diggings, and the sinking, in so far as it has ...

    Article : 759 words
  11. HEALTH OF SYDNEY.

    THE births registered in May numbered 205, viz.:—109 males and 96 females, being 3 above the average of the corresponding month in the preceding quadrennial period, and 43 in excess of the deaths of the month. ...

    Article : 356 words
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