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  2. Country and Mining News.

    SPECIAL TO CORRESPONDENTS.—The immense increase of country correspondence in our columns is matter of great pleasure to us. But we have to ask correspondents to condense as much as possible, otherwise there ...

    Article : 145 words
  3. COOMERA. (Q).

    FROST.—A slight touch of frost was observed in some localities ou Friday night last, which is a matter of joy to the manufacturers of arrowroot, as it prevents the running to waste of the plant in long shoots, which deprive the ...

    Article : 612 words

    THE CONSECRATION of the Roman Catholic Church here took, place-last Sunday week by the. Right. Rev. Dr. Lanigan, R.C. Bishop of Goulburn. A special excursion train carried some 130 visitors from Wagga. Members of ...

    Article : 367 words
  5. HAY.

    PASTORAL.—The grass still continues to grow and prospects to improve," while the weather is so dull and cloudy that the frosts keep away. If this keeps up the northern routes will soon open up, and Riverina will be freed of the ...

    Article : 991 words

    THE LISMORE BENCH CASE.—The decision of the Miniscer. of Justice in this case has given general satisfaction to parties interested in the administration of justice in the district, and will- probably have a salutary effect on the ...

    Article : 233 words
  7. COWR A.

    A GOOD MAN GONE.—Mr. John Anderson, farmer, of Back Creckes dead. Forabout a qharter of a cen'tury he had cast in his lot with us, and 'he has left material evidence of? his thrift and forethought, both in this town and ...

    Article : 788 words
  8. YATALA. (Q).

    THIS IS THE HALF WAT PLACE from Brisbane to Southport, and about 24 miles from each. There are three sugar mills in sight and a good many within a few, miles, most of them still with the open ...

    Article : 254 words

    WEATHER not at all satisfactory for farming operations, the frequent showers rendering it impossible to do anything in the haymaking line, and sharp frosts intervening p:aying havoc with the potatoes. The only thriving ...

    Article : 572 words
  10. COROWA.

    ON THE RIGHT SIDE.—Our fire brigade demonstration has held its closing meeting, and reportod a balance of £81 to oredit; thus m every particular the demonstration was a Success. There is a very good, motion afloat to the effect ...

    Article : 363 words

    THE VEXED QUESTION has been settled for. the present by the acceptance by, the Government of a. tender for the orection of a new "hall of justice." Mr. R. T. Harrison is the successful tendorer. ...

    Article : 1,003 words

    "MUCH IN LITTLE " space is your edict, Mr. Editor; and "it will be strictly adhered to by your Cootamundra correspondent. WEATHER.—Since ray last we have exporioncod glorious ...

    Article : 412 words

    WEATHER.-—Abundance of rain, almost too much for present requirements, and it will have very disastrous ffeeta on old and weale stock- Kn in is now falling, and has been so intermittently for the last five days. It has cautted a ...

    Article : 135 words

    Look OUT, THIEVES.—Now that the cold weather has set in in ear'nest, many are the complaints about, wood mystoriously disappearing during the night. One or more of the thieves will be surprised yet by thinking (if they have ...

    Article : 335 words
  15. NUNDLE.

    PASSED AWAY.—Many of your' readers will remember Mrs. tarah Wetherall, who was in business' for about 29 years in Nundle, and 'previously'for 26 at' Porb Macquario. She died at her son-in-law's, Nundle, since my lait commu. ...

    Article : 444 words



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