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    FROST.—The frosts at this time of year have been indeed destructive, and it is hard to estimate the loss. On the night of the 11th the cold was intense, and on the following morning, Friday, ice was plentiful in many places The first wail of wo[?] ...

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    WE RETROGRADE.—There is no "pound" now, so I am informed, in Morpeth, we can impound for ourselves. OUR PUBLIC SCHOOL.—It will be known to your Morpeth readers how earnestly I agitated for necessary improvements, ...

    Article : 361 words
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    SEVERE FROSTS.—GREAT DAMAGE TO VINEYARDS AND ORCHARDS.—On Friday and Saturday mornings last we were visited with very severe frosts—and, from what we have gleaned, the visitation was rather wide spread and in some ...

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    CONCERT.—The concert in aid of the School of Arts, on Tuesday, the 9th, was a decided success, both financially and artistically. Mr. J. A. Winney gave some excellent instrumental pieces. The vocal efforts of Messrs. Stanmore, Warren, ...

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    A meeting of this Council took place an Wednesday evening. Present—The Mayor, Aldermen Munro, Bowman, Dixon, York, and Campbell. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. ...

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    GRESFORD PARSONAGE—A well-attended meeting took place with reference to the above, on Saturday last, some 40 people being present, representing the different parts of the district. The Rev. Alfred Priest having opened the meeting ...

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    We have had several sudden deaths in this neighbourhood during the last twenty years of people of mature age that could be accounted for, but the awfully sudden death of young James Alexander, a strong healthy boy, little over fifteen years of age, ...

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    The usual meeting of the above council was held at the Council Chambers, on Wednesday evening last. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. CORRESPONDENCE.—Incoming: From Enos Brind, refusing ...

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    Some time ago I promised to call attention to some of our public grievances, which I will try to do, although I would wish that some abler pen than mine would be taken up in the matter Unfortunately we have no progress committee hare to ...

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