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  2. KIAMA.

    NUPTIAL KNOT.—Mr. George Chapman and Miss Annie Waldron (both of this town) were married in the Chuch of England by the Rev. J. Done, on Wednesday. The church was crowded, and flags were to ...

    Article : 230 words

    GOOD NEWS.—There has been an enormous growth of cereals and vegetables. This is the result of the very wet season we are passing through. The Chinese gardeners are now selling carrots 18m round the top, ...

    Article : 686 words
  4. Government Gazette. FRIDAY, AUGUST 1[?].

    ACKNOWLEDGED. —A. Brown as Belgian Consul in Newcastle; Mons. A. van Rompaey as Belgian Consul in Sydney. APPOINTMENTS.—T. A. Davies, P.M., Kempsey, ...

    Article : 296 words
  5. NUNDLE.

    DEATH.—Mrs. Henderson, wife of W. James Henderaon, of the Cement Claim, Mount Miaery, died lately. She was much respected by the residents. WEATHER.—On the evening of August 13 a ...

    Article : 95 words

    REMARKABLE.—From observations taken at Yarrowell by Mr. F. G. Panton, it appears that the rainfall for the past mouth was greater that in any month for the last seven years. Rain fell on ...

    Article : 236 words

    RAIN,—The weather is still about the same as when I forwaruod my last. We have almost had enough rain for the present. CARTAGE,—The teamasters are making a firm stand ...

    Article : 121 words

    PASSENGER STEAMER.—The screw steamer Promise, belonging to a Macleay River company, ariived here on Saturday-week, for the purpose of running between different parts of the river with ...

    Article : 573 words

    PUBLIC HOLIDAYS.—In Young, Aug. 25; in Moama, Sent. 1; in Wegga, Sept. 8. APPOINTMENTS.—Rev. A. St. John Gray, to be honerary captain of the King's School Cadet Corpa; ...

    Article : 230 words

    SroRMS.—Daring the earlier part of this month the weather turned unseasonsbly warm, which resulted in two or three smart storms. SHIPPING.—Another shipment of tobacco leaf has ...

    Article : 204 words

    THE SHOW has taken place. Singleton had its usual luck—good weather on the most, important day, that is, the second day. Rain threatened on the first day, and during the evening a smart storm ...

    Article : 279 words
  12. Tragedy in Newtown.

    On the evening of Angust 12 (so it is alleged) a stonemason named Alfrod Reynolds called his wife into the bedroom of their. house. in Gowrie-street, Newtown, mixed a quantity of opium in cold water, ...

    Article : 279 words
  13. YOUNG.

    CRICKET.—The patrons of the noble game have made an early start here this season.The Burrangong Club—following the lead of the United Mechanics— started some two weeks ago, held its annual meeting ...

    Article : 546 words

    CHARITY.—Trezise, the minor who was accidentally killed last week, left a wife, and a family of six children almost totally unprovided for. 'A' concert, having for its object the raising of funds to assist ...

    Article : 316 words
  15. Sydney Quarter Sessions.

    {No abstract available}

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 276 words
  16. MUDGEE.

    WEATHER. — The past week began with two summer like days, but at about noon on Wednesday a thunderstorm with a copious downfall of rain sot in, and continued for some hours. Thursday and ...

    Article : 341 words



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