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    The Manchester Unity Independent Order of Oddfellows local lodge (The Loyal Sovereign) mean to have a day out on next Monday, the 9th. For many years past it has been the custom to celebrate its anniversary on that date by ...

    Article : 544 words
  3. Cobar.

    Since last letter we have had a slight change in the weather. On Saturday week we had a few nice showers, which, were gladly welcomed. Since then the weather has been exceedingly close and oppressive, the thermometer ...

    Article : 385 words
  4. Port Macquarie.

    The eminent marine engineer, Sir John Coode, has honoured us with his presence for a short time, and taken elaborate notes bearing on the past and present condition of the Port Macquarie bar entrance. Several members of the ...

    Article : 731 words
  5. Deniliquin.

    A presentation of a silver salver has been made by the Church of England residents of Deniliquin to Dr. Thomas, the Bishop of Goulburn, whose see, until the appointment of the Bishop of Riverina, included Riverina within its ...

    Article : 1,196 words
  6. Telegrams.

    The Quarter Sessions opened here to-day. Charles Stratford, for assaulting and robbing Richard "Williams, was sentenced to three years' imprisonment with hard labour. An aboriginal named Wellington was acquitted on a charge ...

    Article : 1,299 words
  7. Barmedman.

    We have abundance of grass and plenty of water for household purposes, but not for crushing; in plainer words, there is none at present. Day after day the clouds have promised the long-expected boon, but no rain of ...

    Article : 189 words
  8. Parkes.

    The Municipal Council held their usual fortnightly meeting on Monday evening last; the Mayor, Mr. B. Talbot, presided. A large amount of official correspondence was dealt with. A letter from the Treasury ...

    Article : 331 words
  9. Richmond River.

    There is likely to be a great impetus given to settlement around Casino shortly, as I hear that several large properties are to be subdivided. The fact of nearly all the best land on the Upper Richmond being locked np in large ...

    Article : 588 words
  10. Grafton.

    Last week has been essentially a growing week. Grass crops and weeds hare all alike had a good start, aided by the rain and the warm days we have since had. Thursday last was an exceedingly hot day, the thermometer reaching a ...

    Article : 454 words
  11. Albury.

    The local volunteer, force is making fair progress with its drill, but the attendance is scarcely so good as it ought to be. In connection with this subject, I may draw attention to a matter which will, no doubt, have proved the subject of ...

    Article : 537 words



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