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  3. SOUTHERN NEWS.

    THE GRACE DARLING.—This beautiful boats destined for the preservation of life and property, is now riding in the Argyle mill dam, out of the reach of mischievous boys and girls, ...

    Article : 809 words
  4. THOUGHTS ON THE CONNEXION OP A COLONY WITH ITS MOTHER COUNTRY.

    1. THE colony should be not merely a dependency, but a younger partner with the parent country, in the business of the empire. 2. The colonists should be the equals with, ...

    Article : 630 words
  5. GOULBURN.

    ON Friday night last, through the exertions of Mr. O'Brien, chief turnkey, and the other vigilant officers of the gaol, three desperate characters were frustrated in their design to ...

    Article : 274 words
  6. PITT TOWN.

    DECEMBER 14.—On Monday last, several gentlemen, farmers, and others, attended, by invitation of John M'Donald, Esq., of Pitt Town, to test the capabilities of Mr. ...

    Article : 451 words
  7. MUDGEE.

    A COMMENCEMENT of these weary land sales was made to-day of certain lots, in the vicinity of Dabee. The sale opened at 11 o'clock with a good attendance, and in half-an-hour all the lots ...

    Article : 881 words
  8. WESTERN NEWS.

    COUP DE SOLEIL.—A small settler residing upon Brown's Creek, named Cook, complained, on his return home on Sunday evening last with a flock of sheep which he had been ...

    Article : 740 words
  9. KIAMA.

    DECEMBER 12.—The first Government land sale ever held at Kiama took place on the 28th of last month, at the Commissioner's Office, and the prices realised showed the estimation in ...

    Article : 945 words
  10. SYDNEY QUARTER SESSIONS.

    BEFORE THE CHAIRMAN. The CROWN PROSECUTOR conducted the following cases. Thomas Beames was indicted for assaulting ...

    Article : 1,028 words
  11. BOWENFELLS.

    DECEMBER 13.—We have experienced little o[?] no warm weather up here as yet, in short we have invariably had it nearly piercing cold, occasionally accompanied by either rain or hail. ...

    Article : 193 words
  12. WOLLOMBI.

    DECEMBER 3.—We were visited on Wednesday evening with one of the most, awful hailstorms we ever witnessed: not in the recollection of the oldest inhabitants has a hailstorm so ...

    Article : 1,130 words
  13. To the Editor of the Sydney Morning Herald.

    SIR,—Although a silent member of the City, I am very useful; look at the crowds that weekly visit me. I stand rery high, and carry a cross; being much exposed to the weather, ...

    Article : 115 words
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