The mountains encompass fair urragorang, And cloud-crested summits its valleys o'erhang; The mists of the morning its ramparts enfold, And sunset invests them with purple and gold. ...Article : 166 words
Sir,—Will you kindly allow me space in your paper to contradict a report which appeared in last week's issue of "Camden News," with reference to my return to New ...Article : 196 words
The following requisition to the Mayor and Aldermen of Camden has been in course of signature during the past week, and we are informed has been most influentially ...Article : 298 words
The Hon. The Minister for Justice. Sir.—At a large ly attended meeting of the Magistrates held at the Court House, Camden, on the 3rd inst; I was requested as ...Article : 557 words
The heat on Friday last in Camden registered 99.1 degrees in the shade. The atmosphere was most oppressive; towards night a cold wind blew from the South East ...Article : 189 words
Sir.—One might almost think, from present appearances that it has become the settled policy of New South Wales to wipe out the local producer in favor of the ...Article : 646 words
[?]must be distinctly understood that we do [?]dorse the opinions of our correspondents, [?]gh we are glad to publish letters. ...Article : 29 words
At the tournament held at Clarendon on the 9th inst, Farrier Sergt Campbell group composed of Sergt Small, Lance Corp' Ferris and Private W. Smith, secured second ...Article : 88 words
Sir,—Mr. Sharkey's letter in your last issue is deserving of serious consideration[?]efore our Council is committed to any[?]water scheme. ...Article : 537 words
There will be a Missionary Lecture at 7.45 p.m., on Tuesday next, at which Mr. and Mrs. S. Tomlinson of the Anglican Mission in New Guinea will be present. Mr. ...Article : 133 words
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