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  2. Newcastle.

    Coal Export.—The total export of coal for the week just ended amounted only to a trifle over 20,000 tons-a very poor output-and in fact things are getting from bad to worse. ...

    Article : 596 words
  3. Tumut.

    Church Picnic.—The annual festival in connection with All Saints Church Sunday School was held on November 9. Owing to the rain it was impossible to carry on the picnic out of doors, and so the Mayor ...

    Article : 154 words
  4. Country Complaints.

    Our Ulmarra correspondent, under date November 12, writes: Complaints are being made about irr[?] larities in the dispatch of river mails, owing to the steamers having no fixed time to call at postal centres. ...

    Article : 56 words
  5. A Dangerous Bridge.

    Our Gosford correspondent writes under date November 14: The bridge over the mouth of the Tenmile Hollow Creek at Mangrove is in a dangerous condition, one end of it having collapsed. The Roads ...

    Article : 60 words
  6. Wagga Wagga.

    Hospital Sunday.—This institution will be observed at Wagga Wagga on Sunday, November 27, and preparations are now being made. A meeting of delegates of the various friendly societies has been ...

    Article : 234 words
  7. Train Arrangements.

    Our Corowa correspondent writes, under date November 14: At the Corowa Progress Committee's meeting, held on Friday, the disadvantages arising from the present working of the trains was brought ...

    Article : 57 words
  8. Tamworth.

    Land Selection.—The following applications were made for land on Thursday last: T. P. WillsAllen, Gunnedah, a.e.p. 45a, county Darling, pariah Hall; R. G. Lisle, Walcha, o.c.p. 320a and cl. 960a, ...

    Article : 265 words
  9. News of the Dairy Companies.

    During the month of October the Albion Park Dairy Company received" 93,124gal of milk; 6l,182gal were treated in the factory, for which suppliera were paid 3½. The remainder was sent to the Fresh Food ...

    Article : 241 words
  10. Penrith.

    Presentation.—Mr. A. Duff, late Superintendent of No. 2 District", West Government Railways, was, on the evening of November 5, entertained at a banquet at the Penrith Temporance Hall prior to his leaving ...

    Article : 234 words
  11. Yerong and Mundawaddera.

    Shearing,—Mundawaddera and Grubben sheds have finished their shearing operations for this season. Wallandool will be a little later in completing the task. The results are very satisfactory. The land in ...

    Article : 221 words
  12. Ulmarra.

    Obituary.—Mrs. Henry Northcott, a resident of this diatrict for a' very long time, died this week' at the age of 68 years. Her loss has been much regretted. One of her Sons is Mayor of this district, and another ...

    Article : 110 words
  13. Country Notes.

    Mr. E.H. Aerea, one of the best known and most prominent men in Central Curberland,died at Heywood, Castle Hill, on November 10, at the age of 63 years. ...

    Article : 585 words
  14. Quirindi,

    Snakes.—They are very nnmeroas thia year. Two large death adders were killed during the past week on the slope of the hill beyond the convent, and another on the Who'd-havo-thought-it-road. Last ...

    Article : 136 words
  15. West Maitland.

    Fire.—A fire, which resulted in the total destruction of a cottage residence in Regent-street, the property of Mr. E. K. Fox, broke out at a late hour on Tuesday night. Mr. Fox was the solo occupant of ...

    Article : 218 words
  16. Young.

    The Crops.—The. crops present a splendid appearance, and high hopes are entertained of a plentiful harvest. Grass is also in good Supply, and stock never looked better. Shearing has been slightly ...

    Article : 286 words
  17. Singleton.

    Orchard Experiments.—On Tuesday last a representative gathering assembled at Mr. W. Waddell's celebrated Townhead orchard and orangery, leased by Mr. W. J. Fell, to meet Mr. Thos. G. ...

    Article : 320 words
  18. Wollongong.

    The Coal Trade.—Corrimal and Keira Collieries have had most work during the past week. Kembla has had about four days, and Mount Pleasant the same. The shipments of the collieries, from Bulli to ...

    Article : 529 words
  19. Yass.

    spraying or FRUIT Trees,—Mr. L. Shepherd, of the Agricultural Department, gave an exhibition of the manner of spraying fruit trees at Mr. J. D. Robertson's orchard on Thursday last, in the presence ...

    Article : 257 words
  20. Temora.

    Progress Committee.—A meeting of the newly elected members of the Temora Progress Committee was held at Phillip's Hotel on November 3, when the following officers were elected Messrs. Hunter ...

    Article : 226 words



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