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  2. L[?]ore Letter.

    EARLY on Sunday morning steady rain set in, which continued until this morning, winding up lost night with very heavy rain and thunder from the north, River commenced to rise last night, ...

    Article : 379 words
  3. Ulmarra Letter.

    LECTURES.—Owing to pancity of attendance the lecture announced to be delivered by Mr. W. Archer, of Brushgrove, on "Early reminiscences of the Clarence." did not come off, and is postponed for a ...

    Article : 179 words
  4. Advertising

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    Advertising : 1,316 words

    THE eagerness of party politicians to strike a blow at those opposed to them, often leads them, while hitting, to drop their guard and leave themselves open to a sloshing out in reply. This was the fate ...

    Article : 600 words

    October 12.—NICOLAI [?]ch., from Newcastle [?] Crossed in at 6.20 a.m. October 12.—GOLDEN [?]LE. Captain Greenlees, from Newcastle with coal. Crossed in at 7.15 a.m. ...

    Article : 126 words

    Sunday—Grafton: 7.30 (Holv Commnnion), [?] Al[?] Creek, 3: Southgate, 7. Sunday—Ulmarra, 3; South Grafton, 7.30—Rev. J. L. Bosworth. ...

    Article : 278 words
  8. Lawrence Letter.

    SINCE my last we have had rain in abundance, Monday's topping any fall we have had this or last year, for over 330 tons of rain fell on each acre of land during the twenty-four hours, 4 inches and ...

    Article : 370 words

    October 13.—RANGER, [?] Crosse[?] October 13.—HELEN NICOLL. 400 tons, Captain Fra[?] Crossed out at 5 p.m. and arrived in Sydney on Thursday. Passengers—Mrs. M'Donald: Misses Conbane, Nelson: ...

    Article : 166 words
  10. Advertising

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    Advertising : 189 words

    October 12.—Platypus str., 300 tons, Captain [?] the Clarence. October 14.—Tomkl str., 376 tons, Captain Jackson, form Sydney. ...

    Article : 141 words
  12. Tatham, Richmond River.

    SINCE my last we have has [?] weathe, [?] raining now. A considerable change has taken place in the maize crop about here; young maize, that looked quite healthy a few weeks ago, is now ...

    Article : 106 words

    DEPARTURE.—October 10: Bellinger ketch, for Sydney. ...

    Article : 11 words

    ARRIVAL.—October 11: Sp[?]wing, from Sydney. DEPARTURE.—October 6: Tweed sir., 240 tons, Captain T[?]ch, for Sydney via Byron Bay. Passengers—Miss Tabor: Messrs. Corner, H. Stanley, Baker, J. Smith, J. Brown, J. ...

    Article : 329 words
  15. Free Selections.

    EDWARD REGINALD STAUFFER, Grafton, 100 acres, county Clarence, parish of Ashby, commencing at the south-west corner of portion 69, M. A. Golding's c.p. of 68 acres, thence on the east by the western. ...

    Article : 413 words
  16. Family Notices

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    Family Notices : 87 words
  17. Our Maclean Letter.

    THE WEATHER.—On Monday last we had the heaviest and most contin[?]s downpour of rain that we have had for some time. It had been raining moderately during Sunday night, but from ...

    Article : 342 words
  18. Grafton Circuit Court.

    THIS Court was opened yesterday morning, before his Honor Acting-Judge C. J. Manning—Mr. H. M'Culloch acting as Crown Prosecutor. The other members of the legal profession present were—Mr. ...

    Article : 2,775 words
  19. The Examiner.

    THERE will be a general feeling of regret here that the Upper House has seen fit to delay this railway by referring it to a Select Committee. Had members served one and all alike they would have had ...

    Article : 484 words

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 652 words
  21. Chatsworth.

    MATTERS have remained with us much as usual during the past week. Most of the time has been spent (per force) indoors, for the recent very heavy fall of rain has rendered the roads almost ...

    Article : 535 words
  22. Wesleyan Methodism.

    THE Annual District Meeting of the Methodist Church was held in the Grafton Church on the 8th. Instant. The ministers present were the Revs. W. T. Rabone (chairman), G. A. Reeve, E. Fox, F. C. ...

    Article : 219 words

    FOR the first, time we believe in the history of the district it has come to pass that a considerable number of men are in need of employment, the circumstances of whose case demand their making an ...

    Article : 520 words

    Mr. JOHN BRIDGE reports:—The hide market remains maitored. Light weights sold at current rates, 3[?]d medium weights to 3[?]d; heavies, 3[?]d to 3[?]d for prime; sloppy heavies, 3[?]d, I offered 1411, and sold 1393. Tallow ...

    Article : 466 words
  25. Advertising

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    Advertising : 428 words
  26. Corinda and Woolgoolga.

    PLOUGHING still in progress, planting also still being done. There is an impression gaining ground here that early planting in these districts is a mistake, ns our spring appears to be somewhat later ...

    Article : 212 words
  27. Advertising

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    Advertising : 175 words



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