Articles from page 15: Previous page Next page

  1. Please wait. Loading browse data... loading

    GENERAL.—Day terribly hot, with, dry, parching winds, Nights quite cool generally, occasionally even frosty. The hay crop has been very fair, but owing to the continued dry weather abd hot winde, the yield ol wheat will ba below ...

    Article : 280 words

    WEATHER.—The past week has been one of excessive heat, scorching winds making it mach more oppressive; and as dust is prevalent, one can imagine what a life we are leading. ...

    Article : 651 words
  4. FARKES.

    BOXING DAY SPORTS.—The great attraction on Boxing Day was the race meeting inaugurated by our fire brigade. Owing to the exertions of the committee the meeting turned out one of the most successful held on our course. ...

    Article : 526 words

    LABOUR rather slack. The Vic company are getting rid of the white men. South Sea Islanders and Cingalese are becoming too common here. HEALTH.—Two serious cases of typhold fever have ...

    Article : 202 words

    WEATAER.—The extreme heat provalent here last week gave place to cool, pleasant weather. Christmas was a delightful, enjoyable day, and stace we haye had a spell of fine days and cool, refreshing nights. Rain is, however. ...

    Article : 568 words

    AGAIN have we entered upon a new year. May it be a better one than last for this district. Never in the memory of the "oldest inhabitant" has there been here such wretched times for want of good rainfall. The early ...

    Article : 511 words

    DANGEROUS JOKE.—At ono of our hotels a few days ago a young man very foolishly presented a gun at one of the female servants; she screamed and ran into another room, whither he pursued her, and much to her alarm again ...

    Article : 1,127 words

    DUCKS.—Wild ducks are plentiful here. The famous Tocal lagoon is swarming with them, and they are tempting objects for sportsmen. BUSH FIRES.—The recent intense heat appeared to bring ...

    Article : 343 words
  10. CARGO.

    CHRISTMAS AND MEW YEAR festivities are now past; the weather has been, exceedingly hot, causing outdoor amusements to be rather uncomfortable. On Boxing Day horseracing and athletic sports were provided by Mr. Powers, of ...

    Article : 486 words
  11. MOREE.

    P. AND A. SOCIETY.—A meeting1 of this society was held at the Criterion Hotel, on the 15th ultimo. J. W. Scott, Esq., presided. The dates for the coming show were fixed for April 23 and 24. The rules and regulations were ...

    Article : 127 words

    HOLIDAY WEATHER.—In common with, many other places we have been favoured with remarkably cool pleasant weather on the principal days of the Christmas vacations. New Year's Day being specially agreeable for outdoor ...

    Article : 499 words

    THE HOLIDAYS.—Christmas has once more come and gone again, happily with us without leaving. "an aching void." No house has been thrown into mourning or widows and orphans left weeping through intemperance, and the ...

    Article : 658 words
  14. GOSFORD.

    THE REGATTA which came off here on Wednesday last (Boxing Day) was a great success; nothing having occured to mar the proceedings of the day, with the exception of one man falling off the wharf into the watery who wasd ...

    Article : 726 words



Please choose from the following download options:


Share this item on:


Print page as...

The National Library of Australia's Copies Direct service lets you purchase higher quality, larger sized photocopies or electronic copies of newspapers pages.

Format of download
as... PDF PDF

You need to login before you can save preferences.