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    The weather nere has taken a very favourable change. We have now cold nights and beautiful days, filling the hearts of all with gladness. I notice the farmers busy in many places pulling the early corn, and should frost keep away the ...

    Article : 366 words
  3. ORANGE.

    The bazaar held for the purpose of lessening the debt on St, Joseph's Roman Catholic Church proved to be much more successful than was anticipated, and the committee of management have, through the local press, conveyed their thanks ...

    Article : 666 words

    On the 17th instant the inhabitants of Capertee held meeting at Glen Alice, for the purpose of presenting a testimonial to the Rev. Oolin Stewart, and desired David Auderson, Esq., to read the following address:—"Glen Alice, Capertee, March ...

    Article : 743 words
  5. NUNDLE.

    To-day the "Tamworth" Golden Streak Company's quartz crushing machine on Oaken Vale Creek commenced crushing. Aconsiderable number of persons congregrated to witerected in Nundle. The machine is one of Mort's best ...

    Article : 531 words

    MINING—The principal item of importance in mining that has occurred since my last hus been the splendid yields from small specimens of stone from the new reel in Araluen after their boing crushed in a hand mortar. The party who has ...

    Article : 736 words
  7. MOLONG.

    An extraordinary case of sudden death took place on Saturday last at Copper Hill. A highly respected miner, a Mr. Nelson, was on Thursday last engaged at work in the mines, and in driving a tunnel from the main shaft, had occasion to ...

    Article : 566 words
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    Advertising : 165 words

    MINING.—Operations in mining during the past week, despite the attractions at the new rushes, have been prosecuted with activity. The yield of gold from the principal leads is not in any way decreased, nor is there any probability of ...

    Article : 2,036 words
  10. GULGONG.

    A[?] MINING.—It will be observed by all who take an interest in our affairs that quantity of gold forwarded to Sydney from gulgon every fortnight, fully maintain the reputation already achieved, of being the richest, as it ...

    Article : 1,747 words



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