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  2. Protection of the River Bank at West Maitland.

    A deputation from the Hunter consisting of Messrs L.W. Levy S. Owen, Maitland (town surveyor), Alderman Welstenholme, Falkner, and Riley, and Messrs. Lee, Burns, and Scholey, M.L.A.'s, waited upon the Colonial Secretary on ...

    Article : 1,604 words
  3. Gongolgon to Cobar.

    GONGOLGON is a pretty little township, eighty milos eastward from Bourke. The soil is a rich sandy loam, capable of producing any crop which can be raised in any part of the world, Whlist there I visited a garden cultivated by the Chinese, and ...

    Article : 1,119 words
  4. Impoundings.

    ASHFORD.—Piebald or ske-vbaid filly, like[?] blotched under writing capital [?] near shoulder, Fover[?] off shouldar, cap off the off hip, unbroken, about 1½ year, 12 hands. ...

    Article : 2,140 words
  5. Family Notices

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    Family Notices : 1,659 words



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