The following news from the Soudan has been brought by the R.M.S. Potosi, which arrived at Adelaide on Wednesday, March 4, The special correspondent of the London CHRONICLE thus ...Article : 2,543 words
The weather waa exceedingly wet yesterday, but there was a fair attendance, abont 1500 persons having been on the ground during the day. The jumpingy as is usually the case, received a large share of ...Article : 574 words
The ninth annual show of the Inverell Pastoral and Agricultural Association was opened to-day. It was owing to the wet weather of Wednesday that it was postponed till this morning. The weather is ...Article : 469 words
The first bunding which was inspected was the courthouse, a weather board structure of 20ft by, 13ft, with a very loose floor. After this the publicschool, and the police station were visited, and then the ...Article : 374 words
Mr. R. H. D. White, M.L.A., returned to Newcastle from his visit to his constituency on Monday night. During his journey he called at Stroud, [?]cester, and Copeland. The latter township ...Article : 440 words
Great dissatisfaction is expressed at the delay of the Government in the matter of proceeding with the erection of the station and the railway works in the vicinity of Molong. At this end of ...Article : 125 words
BRAIDWOOD, Wednesday.—Splendid stone is being obtained at the Day Dawn reef, Settler's Flat, Little River. 30 tons have been obtained and are ready for crushing, but the shareholders are determined ...Article : 43 words
EMMAVILLE, Thursday.—The stone which was found by Crane and Party at Pye's. Greek, and which they represented to be rich in gold, has been assayed at the smelting works, and found to contain only the ...Article : 354 words
The train which conveyed the Ministerial party fro Sydney to Junee was delayed in Mittagong for an hour in consequence of a beakdown of the engine. Junee was not arrived at until 10.30 a.m. There ...Article : 424 words
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