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  2. Pastoral and Agricultural Intelligence,—Stock Movements, &c.

    THE weather at Deniliquin has been unsettled during the week and rain has threatened on several occasions. On Sunday evening, says the Pastoral Times, the clouds banked up very toweringly, and there was some thunder ...

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    A LITTLE boy about ton or twelve years old (who has been living with Mr. Koeshan in this town) while looking for some cows yesterday (Thursday) af ternoon about 4 o'clock lost himself and was not found till this afternoon about the same ...

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    The anniversary of the birthday of our beloved Queen was held here with all due honours. It has been a glorious day in every respect, especially for the young fry, who were early in the day conveyed by every conceivable vehicle by our ...

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    NOMINATION OF ALDERMEN.—This being the day fixed by advertisement for the nomination of aldermen and auditors for this borough, about 150 persons assembled at the court-house, to hear the names of those who aspired to ...

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    This usually quiet township presented quite a gay aspect yesterday, the 22nd instant. Healthy, honest-looking miners appeared in their best suits, and a considerable number of the fair sex also graced the scene; while troops of ...

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    IT is something extraordinary to have two floods in one week, yet such has been the case here. The river had not got to its proper level from the banker that I reported to you last week, before it commenced to rise again. It commenced to rain on ...

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    Mr. Sub-Inspector Norton arrested a murderer last evening. There was a man who came to Samuels's, Telegraph Hotel, and identified him as the murderer of one Michael Murray, a married man, residing at Wren's Nest, Little River, Hartley ...

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    Weather, ef course, must be my theme for this letter, and really I am afraid that this winter will be quite as wet as the last. We have not had a single fine day during the whole of this month, and still there is no sign of a ...

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    Since writing my last letter we have been visited by their lordships the Bishops of Bathurst and Maitland. They stayed at Mount Harris one night, and then proceeded on their journey to Bourke, expecting to be in Bourke about the ...

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    MELANCHOLY CASE OF DROWNING.—On Monday last, May 22nd, William Packenham, aged sixteen, son of Mr. William Packenham, builder, The Oaks, in company with his cousin, William Eastman, aged twenty-six, started from ...

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