TUE[?]DAY, 5 P.M. Rain, rain, rian has been falling fast, faster, fastest. The river has risen high, is rising higher, and we fear will soon be at the highest. For more than fifty hours rain has been pouring down ...Article : 308 words
26th FEBRAURY, 1864.—The subject of this communication—Tumberamba as it is—will, no doubt be read with some degree of interest by your readers, many of whom possibly hardly know that such a place forma part of the ...Article : 1,797 words
IN the Legislative Council, yesterday. The chair was taken by the Chairman of Committees in the absence of the President. Mr. THOMSON presented a petition from 151 ...Article : 4,030 words
A GREAT fire broke out this morning, at the rear of the premises occupied by Messrs, Davies, Alexander, and Company. A great deal of valuable property was consumed, and the loss is estimated at about £3000. ...Article : 56 words
TUESDAY EVENING, 10 P M.—Since the posting of my last communication this morning, the weather has been extremely changeable and fickle,—one hour raining heavily and with every prospect of continuance,—the ...Article : 1,523 words
It has ceased raining at last. The river at Singleton has risen seven feet perpendicularly, but as the waters have not come down in force here, fears of a serions flood are dissipated. The river has been rising about ...Article : 47 words
The committee of the Victorian Turf Club have decided to postpone their Autumn Meeting until the second of April, that being the day following the great match between Mr. Harput's Barwon, the winner of the ...Article : 118 words
The cricket match between the All-England Eleven and twenty-two of Cattlemaine, commenced to-day at noon. The Eleven having won the toss went in first, an[?] scored as follows:—Grace, 4; Tarrant, 2; Caffyn, ...Article : 61 words
Hart's flour sold to-day at £16. Wheat is selling st 6s. 0½[?]. There is a considerab[?]e demand for export. A branch of the English, Scoltish, and Australian ...Article : 2,576 words
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