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  2. BAKER DIGGINGS.

    The weather during the pa[?]t week was all that could be desired, except the last few days, which turned out immensely hot, scarcely bearable. Woodville is commencing to draw on celebrities. The ...

    Article : 751 words
  3. Country and Mining News.

    Our town presented a lively appearance duriae the past Week, numerous teams arriving to replenish the stores, the proprietors expecting to do a roaring trade at the festive season. Those miners who have small holdings are ...

    Article : 509 words
  4. DENMAN.

    During the last few weeks the weather has been fright fully hot—the thermometer 100 in the shade is nothing un common. Hot north-westerly winds are drying up the grass very fast. If rain does not soon come we will be as ...

    Article : 703 words
  5. ALBURY.

    The anniversary of the Wesleyan Church was celebrated during the week in the usual manner. Special Services were held morning and evening on Sunday, the preacher being the Rev. Ralph Brown, of Melbourne. The very ...

    Article : 1,090 words
  6. BURROWA.

    In my last I alluded to the continuous cold weather we were experiencing, it appeared as if the whole year was to be one long winter. Last week, however, gave us a taste of summer's hot, sultry days. The heat was excessively ...

    Article : 529 words
  7. FORBES.

    THE WEATHER.—We have had very endurable weather up to Sunday last, when it became suddenly very hot. A pretty high wind was blowing all that day, driving clouds of dust before it through the streets. We have to thank ...

    Article : 1,134 words
  8. DENILIQUIN.

    EDUCATION.—So far, the Roman Catholics of Deniliquin do not seem anxious to dictate to the Government any system of education for their children, as they are not making any effort with regard to that matter. They have a ...

    Article : 839 words
  9. COPELAND.

    WEATHER.—Summer is fairly upon us, and apparently will be a dry one. The heat and winds are rapidly drying up the herbage. During the last week a great change for the worse has taken place in all kinds of verdure, and the ...

    Article : 1,374 words
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