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  2. Stock movements and State of the Country.

    WE have had thunderstorms every day for the last ten days, with partial showers. The grass everywhere is looking splendid. None of the creeks in this place have as yet commenced to ...

    Article : 228 words

    It is almost impossible, from recollection, to follow the daily and hourly vicissitudes of the weather, which since last week may be described as vibrating between the three degrees of ...

    Article : 71 words
  4. Colonial Stock and Wool Markets.

    MESSRS. Powers, Rutherford, and Co. report as follows:—19OO head of cattle were yarded today; prices showed an advance of 10s. per head for the best descriptions. We sold 200 from ...

    Article : 196 words

    There have arrived in the township to-day 2000 prime fat wethers from Blythdale; and 1084 young ewes and 75 rams from Rosalie; in addition to the above there are also 1325 store ...

    Article : 114 words

    The weather has been moderately cool during the past fortnight, the thermometer averaging 85°. Heavy rain has fallen, though to nothing like the extent with which other localities have ...

    Article : 199 words

    A most desirable change in the weather has occurred. Farmers were getting tired of their inactivity through the long, long time of rain. Now potato sowing will ...

    Article : 105 words
  8. The Land.

    HOMESTEADS.—Accepted: N.J. Linde, 160a., England; R.H. Mills, 80a., Dugandan; J. Borger, 100a., Thornton; A.O.K. Doorey, 120a., Thomton: J.G. Neumann, 80a., Grandchester; S. Patrick and T. Patrick, each ...

    Article : 203 words
  9. Classified Advertising

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    Advertising : 623 words

    The weather has been wet all over the district for the past three weeks, but it is now beginning to rise, and if we should be favored with a few sunny days an abundance of grass will be ...

    Article : 190 words
  11. SURAT.

    The river here is still rising, and the water is over the bridge. Cobb and Co.'s coach started for Yeulba this morning. ...

    Article : 25 words

    T.G. Robinson and Co. sold on Saturday last twenty-five head mixed local horses at fair prices. Forty head of quiet mixed cattle were sold at from 30s. to £2 2s. 6d. per head; also forty-six ...

    Article : 106 words
  13. GYMPIE.

    March 8, before Commissioner Warner. CONDITIONAL PURCHASES.—The only application was that of T. Powell, for 400a., Traverston, which was accepted. ...

    Article : 42 words
  14. BOWEN.

    February 26, before Commissioner Burrowes. SELECTIONS— Accepted: C.B. Waite, 136a., Taw Vale; J. Parker, 1600a., Northcote; A. Mackenzie, 46a., Pring; W. Strickland, 321a., Scrubby Creek; D.R. Emmerson, ...

    Article : 55 words
  15. The Weather.

    THE weather, as shown by the official reports for the twenty-four hours ended at 9 a.m. on the 5th instant, continued somewhat unsettled in the Moreton and Darling Downs ...

    Article : 559 words

    The weather has been showery all through the week but the fall has not been heavy. The roads are improving, and I hope next week to hear that drays are moving along. The Palmer ...

    Article : 80 words

    March 5, before Commissioner Francis. HOMESTEAD.—Rejected: C.H. Davis, 60a., Bingham. CONDITIONAL PURCHASES.—Accepted: H.F. Smith, 120a., Aramara Creek; J. Cailson, 136a., Vernor ...

    Article : 45 words
  18. Impoundings.

    CLERMONT.—From Langton Downs, February 14:— Gray roan mare, two diamonds 2 near shoulder, like F5D (registered brand) off shoulder; black filly, long tall, star on forehead, like RL6 (registered brand) near ...

    Article : 758 words
  19. MACKAY.

    The rain was heavy during February, the fall for the month having exceeded an average of 1in. per diem. The crops are looking well everywhere, though owing to the drought previous to the new ...

    Article : 50 words

    Rain we are getting in right down earnest, to the delay and discontent of teamsters and travellers, but to the joy of stockowners; never was feed better or more plentiful After deluding ...

    Article : 80 words

    FLOODS have been the order of the day for some time past in this district, the "noble Fitzroy" having been in almost a chronic state of turbulence and flood for weeks past, thereby ...

    Article : 287 words



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