The shearers' roll was called at Goongal to-day. The union men left quietly, and shearing begins to-morrow under the old station regulations. BURROWA, AUG. 5. ...Article : 2,188 words
Mrs. Rabbit had a school Of little bunnies five; Said she, "I think each one's a fool, As sure as I'm alive. ...Article : 155 words
As the three lads proceeded to examine the floating hull they were startled by dull, rending explosions that seemed to come from beneath their feet. Was it her timbers rending asunder, and was she about to sink from under them? The ...Article : 1,750 words
All a farmer wants is the earth. The Only Land Restorers.—Agriculturists. An Open Question.—"Are you going to let me in?" Rich brokers should always be prepared for the last call. ...Article : 815 words
Mr. J. T. Gannon died this afternoon at Parramatta, to which place he had gone to pass the winter. The late Mr. Gannon was the most prominent public man that Goulburn ever possessed, having during a residence of 30 years taken ...Article : 233 words
A coroner's inquest was commenced on Friday, before Mr. Johns, J.P., at Trink's Hotel, Bowling Alley Point, touching the cause of death of William and Sarah Blake, father and daughter, which took place at Duncann Crock. ...Article : 114 words
A fatal accident happened to a son of Mr. J. T. Parslow, jun., butcher, of Molong, yesterday evening. The little fellow was out on a visit to his grandfather, and while there a visitor, Mr. Jaye, came up with ...Article : 202 words
Mr. John Wyndham, the well-known vigneron of Dalwood, died suddenly at his residence last evening. For many years the deceased gentleman occupied the position of president of the H. R. A. and Horticultural Association, ...Article : 62 words
At Wood Flat, on Sunday, a little girl five years old named Maher, met with a shocking accident. It appears that whilst some children were making a fire in the bush she fell into the fire. Her father was severely burnt ...Article : 73 words
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