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  2. Insolvency Court.

    Alfred James Powell, of Berrima, storekeeper. On petition and affidavit. Mr. R. H. Sempill, official assignee. Jane Fehily, of Forbes, spinster. Liabilities, ...

    Article : 474 words
  3. SCONE.

    BOXING DAY.—Atan early hour country visitors began to arrive, and from 10 a. m. until noon a great number of persons rode through the town. On the racecourse a goodly number seemed expecting some fun: they were rather dish ...

    Article : 311 words

    NEW PUBLIC SCHOOL.—The foundation stone of the new public school was laid to-day after amongst the few who were present. Mr. Millar charged the committee with want of due courtesy to the public, in not ...

    Article : 91 words
  5. TUMUT.

    POLITTCAL.—Leroiest mort, uive le roi! The Farnell Ministry is defunct, and the star of the Parkes-Robertson Administration is in the ascendant. Hence down with the colours of Farnell, and up with the flag of the doughty ...

    Article : 1,021 words

    THE CHRISTMAS HOLIDAYS.—Well Christmas is over, anD New Year's Day just at the door, so we must new prepare to receive the new comer, and I hope he will be the barbinger of more good to us than his predecessor. Still we have man ...

    Article : 984 words
  7. Advertising

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    Advertising : 305 words
  8. Government Gazette.

    APPOINTMENTS.—The Rev. H. B. Curr as Roman Catholic chaplain of the gaol at Parramatta, vice Rev. P. M. Cassidy; Mr, Ferdinand J. Keon to be inspector of sheep and deputy registrar of brands for the sheep district of Cooma, vice ...

    Article : 377 words

    EATHER AND CROPS.—The weather here during the stmas holidays has been exactly suited for pleasure seekbright and dry, yet comparatively coool. The farmers tearly finished reaping, and seem generally pleased ...

    Article : 699 words
  10. YOUNG.

    And so Sir John has joined with his brother Knight, Sir Henry, in forming a Government. This is as it should be, and augurs well for our future legislation, as there is no doubt but that the measures so urgently required by the ...

    Article : 304 words

    SIR,—The general public must, I am sure, feel greatly obliged for the public spirit displayed by your travelling reporter, as appears in the Town and Country of the 7th instant, in bringing under the notice of "the powers that be" ...

    Article : 1,021 words
  12. Advertising

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    Advertising : 254 words
  13. Family Notices

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    Family Notices : 85 words



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