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  2. Dubbo.

    THE GAS WORKS.—During the past week or two the matter of the gas works being purchased by the municipal council has occasioned considerable attention. There is a clause in the Act of the Dubbo ...

    Article : 377 words
  3. Junee.

    INTERESTING TO FARMERS.—On Friday a number of farmers and our Mayor (Six. S. Dobbyna) were present at the trial of a new reversible ploughshare, which took place at Mr. Willis's farm, not far from ...

    Article : 361 words
  4. Goulburn.

    THE WEATHER, which during August is generally boisterous, with strong woaterly winds, has kept up its reputation as far as winds are concerned. The past week was very changeable. Slight showers fell ...

    Article : 874 words
  5. Gundagai.

    THE WEATHER has been comparatively mild—nice warm days with alight frosts at night. The late rains have been most beneficial to the farmers and squatter. The crops already show a decided ...

    Article : 315 words
  6. East Maitland.

    WEATHER.—We have been favored with a fortnight of beautiful weather, which has been much appreciated. Already the farms about here are assuming a spring like appearance, although on a ...

    Article : 190 words
  7. Katoomba.

    WEATHER.—It has been very variable of late. A little snow fell on Sunday morning, with a few showers of rain in the afternoon. To-day it is bright and warm. Visitors are beginning to arrive in fair ...

    Article : 607 words
  8. Hillston.

    WEATHER.—Graziers and farmers would now like to have more rain. We had here a few showers on the 9th (show day), and a few very light ones since. But we want something heavier to do any ...

    Article : 162 words
  9. Forbes.

    WEATHER.—During the week the weather has been fine. We have had one or two threatenings; but nothing came of them. A steady rain for a day or two would do good now, as the surface is getting dry. ...

    Article : 896 words
  10. Hay.

    IMPORTANT TO SELECTORS.—An important decision is announced by the Lands Department. Applications for the extension of time for fencing conditional purchases may be made at any time before the ...

    Article : 210 words
  11. Inverell.

    THE WEATHER.—We are at present enjoying the finest of early spring weather; the days being bright and warm, though the nights are still a trifle cold. There is every prospect of a splendid season. ...

    Article : 212 words
  12. Lyndhurst.

    WEATHER.—During the last ten days the weather has been more or less wet and cold, varied by alternate sunshine of brief duration. SUCCESSFUL FARMING.—About three miles from ...

    Article : 261 words
  13. Glen Innes.

    THE WEATHER.—Since my laat we have had every kind of climate—spring, summer, autumn, and winter, all within that short space of time—cold winds, rain, frosts, interspersed with bright ...

    Article : 350 words

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