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    The anniversary of the opening of the Wesleyan Church in Bourke-street, Surry Hills, was celebrated by a tea and public meeting on April 10. A man named Thomas Stanley, between 60 and 70 years ...

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    A MEETING of the members of the Mudgee Railway League was held in the Town Hall, on last Tuesday evening, Mr. James Atkinson being in the chair. The chairman said the meeting had been called to take into consideration the best ...

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    Dr. Conradi has been re-elected medical officer to the Parkes Hospital. It appears that after he had resigned, several of the townsfolk presented him with a requisition asking him to make application for reappointment. At the ...

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    THE rain clouds have again vanished. Strong symptoms of a prolonged drought are apparent once more, and all the good that the face of Nature derived from the few showers we had a month ago is fast disappearing. We have had ...

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    FOR the past week or so the heat has set in again with somewhat of midsummer fierceness, indeed, two or three days were most oppressive. Signs of rain there are none, and the gloomiest anticipations as to the winter prospects, ...

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    ON Wednesday morning a deputation from the residents of the town of Berrima waited upon the Hon. Minister for Works, at his office, to urge upon the Government the necessity for the construction of a branch railway from the Great Southern ...

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  8. ALBURY.

    THE country generally throughout the district is rapidly improving in appearance, a good spring in the grass having followed the late rains. In one or two quarters, however, it appears that little or no part of the recent heavy fall was ...

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    SINCE my last we have had nice agreeable weather, with frequent showers, sufficiently heavy to suit all parties engaged in either pastoral or agricultural pursuits; and when we read of other parts of the colony being scorched up, ...

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