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  2. Intercolonial, &c

    The weather and the elections continue to engross the chief share of public attention. The former is a subject which cannot be disregarded when the thermometer reaches 104 in a carefully-regulated shade; and ...

    Article : 1,499 words
  3. Bodalla.

    Your constituents in this locality complain that they have no channel through which to ventilate their wants and wishes, their grevances and their advantages, and with your permission I will do my best to rectify and set aright this complaint. ...

    Article : 725 words
  4. Newcastle.

    The public will have realized, from the course of events lately at this port, that here, as elsewhere throughout the colonies, the greatest amount of interest is taken in the matter of the present difficulty between the A.S. K. Company and their men. In the ...

    Article : 929 words
  5. West Maitland.

    On Wednesday evening last, the twelfth half-yearly meeting of the Maitland Gaslight Company was held, Mr. G. J. Cohen, chairman of the company, in the chair. The report stated that during the half-year the net profits were £831 17s 3d, which, together ...

    Article : 743 words
  6. Parramatta.

    A foot-race came off on Saturday between W. Callaghan, of Maitland, and W. Dunn, of this place. Amongst the local "peds" the race created great interest, and there was a fair sprinkling of strangers amongst the goodly array of visitors on ...

    Article : 302 words
  7. Parkes.

    The weather has been unusually hot for this month, the thermometer ranging from 90 to 100 in the shade, and over 130" in the sun. Our atmosphere is clear, and after sunset very refreshing. Our district manifests what we may expect in fair drooping ...

    Article : 555 words
  8. Burrowa.

    We are now experiencing very hot, oppressive weather, which we feel the more on account of the sudden change, which was Heralded by a plague of flies and by multitudinous insects whose only diversion is to be found in irritating us, and endeavouring to ...

    Article : 318 words
  9. Wagga Wagga.

    Boisterous winds, duststerms, and intense heat have been the weather experiences of the past week. Yesterday there were some indications of a change for rain, and the temperature dropped about sundown some 27, so that it was quite cold, a ...

    Article : 2,091 words
  10. Glen Innes.

    The opening of the District Court at Vegetable Creek took place on the instant, his Honor Judge Meymott presiding. The solicitors present were Messrs. Fergusson and Fitzhardinge, of Glen Innes. Mr. Fergusson, on behalf of the legal profession, ...

    Article : 354 words



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