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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 ...

    Article : 1,846 words

    [?] A most determined attempt to burn down our township, or at least the principal part, was made by some evil disposed person on the morning of the 11th instant, at at out 2 o'clock. An old hut, for many ...

    Article : 356 words
  4. ORANGE.

    Since my last I am happy to say that we have had a few showers of rain, just enough to cause a spring in the grass. The days are warm, but we have had several pretty sharp frosts, and I fear the young grass will be nipped up ere of ...

    Article : 399 words
  5. TUMUT.

    [?] On Easter Monday intending compettors will be enabled to exhibit their powers of locomotion in the sports advertised to take place on that day. One of our local pedestrians came to grief last week while tasing a trial ...

    Article : 390 words
  6. Answers to Correspondents.

    Correspondents will please take notice that no questions will be answered unless the sender gives his real name and address in full—not for publication, but as a guarantee of good faith, and that he is ...

    Article : 3,831 words
  7. PARKES.

    Since my last we have had a splendid rain, giving as water enough for all purposes, filling all the dams in hte neighborhoad and setting the creck a running. In fact it was the finest rain we have had for seven months at least, and the ...

    Article : 635 words
  8. BIGGA.

    I am sorry to report that, to this date, this district has not been visited with ruin to an amount, likely to improve the present parched herbage, and the stock around are to be compared more to living skeletons than otherwise. I may record ...

    Article : 183 words

    The weather during the week has been very agreeble, and a pleasant change from the long hot weather we have had. The grass is now beginning to spring, and altogether the district looks in a more prosperous state. Rain is still threatening. ...

    Article : 252 words

    [?] At last I have the joyful news to chronicie that we have been blessed with twenty-four hours' good and steady rain, which commenced to fall on Wednesday evening last, and lasted without intermissin till Thursday ...

    Article : 355 words

    The long threatened has come at last. On the 26th of March a "Scoteh mist" speead itself over the country, and on the 27th three tremendous showers fell, each lasting several hours. It was as if the rain came "to order," being ...

    Article : 408 words
  12. MOLONG.

    [?] a public meeting was held in the English Episcopal Church for the purpose of appointhing delegates to represent the parish of Molong at the Diocesian Synod in Bathurst. John Smith, Esq., J. P., of Gamboola, and H. L. ...

    Article : 98 words
  13. ST. GEORGE.

    The Right Rev. Dr. Hale, Bishop of Brisbane, visited here last week, and held services on last Sunday, at the Court House. He is on a missionary tour through the outlying districts, for the purpose of organising his church, and ...

    Article : 465 words



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