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  2. Country and Mining News

    So many and variious subjects crowd the Camden men, that I know not which to begin with. N imports. Last night, near sandown, one of the most beautiful double rainbows appeared in the sky; it completely arched over the roadway, and ...

    Article : 441 words
  3. GRENFELL.

    On Saturday last the coroner for the district held an inquest on the body of a Mr. David L[?]ie, who had been for some time put acting as storekeeper and clerk to Messrs. Gibson Brothers, of Caragabal, Deceased retired to rest on Friday ...

    Article : 235 words
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    Mr. W. W. J. Traice delivered a lecture at the ordinary meeting of the Manchester Geological Society, on different methods of coal-cutting by machinery. The lecturer said he did not think that ...

    Article : 757 words
  5. GOULBURN.

    As the head-quarters of two electoral districts, it may naturally be surmised that this city has not recently been devoid of [?]imated discussions upon the chances of announced and anticipated candidates for Goulburn and the county of ...

    Article : 1,235 words
  6. GOSFORD.

    A cricket match was played on the Goaford ground on Saturday last, between the Gosford and Orimbalt Cricket Clubs, which ended in a victory for the former by 6 runs. The bowling for Gosford was done by H. Taylor and Hitchcock ...

    Article : 217 words
  7. WINDEYER.

    The weather for the past week has been exceedingly hot. The hottest day we have had for the last 50 years, was the 9th lnst.—on the day of the transit of Venus. Mr. E. M'Nicken, on arrival form Queensland, told me that he never felt the ...

    Article : 317 words
  8. SHOALHAVEN.

    Weather still very dry, which is a source of great alarm to the agriculturalist. Rain greatly required; maize planting in consequence very backward. The nomination on Monday for the representation of the ...

    Article : 279 words
  9. GULGONG.

    MINING.—There is nothing fresh to report from Homer's p[?]dook rush, several new claims having bottomed without any results as yet The shareholders of No. 22 Black Lead had. 150 tons of cemented wash dirt crushed at Scully's ...

    Article : 478 words
  10. HARTLEY

    THE HARTLEY ELECTION.—The nomination of a member to represent the electoral district of Hartley was held in the court house on Wednesday, the 16th, at noon. Edwin Barton, Esq., the returning-officer, ascended the bench precisely at ...

    Article : 607 words
  11. GOVERNMENT RAILWAYS.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 1,108 words
  12. PARKERS.

    Since my last there has been nothing very exciting turned up. In mining things are very dull. Lower Read's gully is nearly deserted. There appears to be no one getting anything payable there except No. 4, who are very well satisfied with ...

    Article : 1,173 words
  13. DANDALOO.

    Nothing is now talked of here but electioneering. Mr. G. W. Lord, lato Colonist Treasurer, and Mr. John R. Ardill, Licensed Surveyor, are the only candidates yet in the field. Mr. Ardill expects the support of the free selectors and ...

    Article : 87 words
  14. BRISBANE.

    Since my last we have had quite a folly time of it, for on Thursday the Queenslanders celebrated the anniversary of their separation from New South Wales. It was quite a gala day and kept as such by all classes of the community. At an ...

    Article : 1,018 words
  15. BREWARRINA.

    It is raining just now, and presents every appearance of continuing. Rain is wanted badly, and I trust to be able to chronicle in my next that we have bad a copious downfall. River gradually falling, and no reliable information as to ...

    Article : 527 words
  16. MAITLAND.

    MINERS' MEETING.—On Saturday evening a large number of coal-miners met[?] W. Miles's hotel, East Maitland, to consider certain grievance, under which they labour. About 150 persons were present, and the greatest unanimity prevailed. Mr. ...

    Article : 594 words
  17. DENILIOUIN.

    Mr. Hay's committee is a formidable roll of 193 names, comprising most of the tradesmen of Denlliquin, and neighbouring squatters; so far he has made no sign himself, either by putting in an appearance, or publishing an address: Mr. ...

    Article : 1,807 words
  18. Advertising

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    Advertising : 75 words
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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 17 words
  20. TANWORTH.

    The weather here for several past days has been insufferable [?]. The wheat crop looks spendid, and had not been so prolifiv for several years past; but the patato and maize crops are beginning to suffer severaly for the want of ...

    Article : 617 words
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