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  2. Annual Sale of Thoroughbred Yearlings.

    THE annual sale of throughbred yearlings was held at [?] Tuesday, the day succeeding the Leger. There was a large attendance, and excellent prices were realized on the where, there being [?] competition for several of the ...

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    On Saturday evening, about sundown, a very heavy hailstorm passed over this little township, accompapired with thunder and lightining. The hail that foll was as large as pigeons' eggs; nothings seen like it here for years. Showers ...

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    MINING.—I known of no material change that has occurrea in the mining prospects of this place since my last report. In passing over the various workings I notice about the same number of miners at work as there have been the past ...

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    Mr. John Bennett's latest enterprise, the new Victoria Theatre at Newcastle, was opened on Easter Monday night to undoubtedly the largest audience that has ever assembled here. Apart from the attraction which a commodious and ...

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    ACCIDENT.—On Saturday morning a lad named Joseph Morgan had his leg severely crushed in the Wallsend Pit, causing a compound fracture of the bone. The unfortunate lad met with his mishap in the following manner:—A number of ...

    Article : 223 words
  7. Country and Mining News.

    Last week we had some beautiful rain, and the grass looks quite green again, and a good supply of water in the creeks and waterholes. On Easter Monday there was to have been a cricket match here between eleven of Norwood Club ...

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    Since my last we have been freated to a little rain, which commenced to fall on Wednesday evening, and continued to fall in light showers till Friday. The grass is now begining to spring very nicely, but still we should vrey much like a ...

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    CRICKET MATCH.—On Easter Monday the return match took pince, on the cricket reserve, between eleven of our local cricketers and the same number from Mudgee, which resuited in a victory for the Rylstione team by 31 runs. The score was ...

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  10. COW FLAT.

    Much sympathy continues to be felt for the widow and family of the late Mr. J. H. Thomas, who died a short time ago, leaving a widow and six children. On Friday last the Misses Sweetman, Miss Soden, and Mr. J. Sweetman, of Jervis ...

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