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    STATE OF THE COUNTRY.—The country is this direction is covered with abundant pasture, and except on the distant plains, plentifully supplied with water. The grass is, however, very dry and stands greatly in need of the ...

    Article : 1,021 words
  3. GYMPIE.

    Gympie If Machine: 50 tons reduced from No. 8 North Hilton yielded 137oz retorted gold; the result of 261 tons from United Smithfield returned 247oz retorted gold; 24 tons from Nic[?]oll's leasehold produced 13oz retorted ...

    Article : 204 words

    THE WEATHER.—The weather is very dry and hot, rain much wanted. The grass is rapidly drying up, and the grasshoppers have put iu their appearance. The harvest is near at hand. The generality of the crops is very good, ...

    Article : 399 words

    I am most happy to be able to forward you a correct account of the new rush at Cambridge Creek, which speaks very well at present for the few miners there. Gold is to be found in all the ravines in small quantities, and those ...

    Article : 551 words

    SIR,—As the proposed new land Bill is at present the subject of a good deal of discussion among the landowner. (squatters and selectors) of the colony, if you will kindly grant space in your valuable journal I will give what, ...

    Article : 847 words

    The scorching days and hot winds that have prevailed during the last two months are already beginning to be severely felt; and the country around, which a month or so age presented a most verdant appearance, and gave ...

    Article : 681 words
  8. WALCHA.

    DEATH BY LIGHTNING.—I regret to record the death of Berunrd Thurn, tinsmith, of Armidale, who was killed Whilst travelling to Walecha on Monday, 15th instant. Deceased, in company with another man, was driving in a ...

    Article : 657 words
  9. MOLONG.

    HARVEST,—Harvesting in and around this district is now in full swing, and the wheat crop bids fair to be far better than was at first anticipated. At the Shades the wheat in a few more days will be all cut and ready to be garnered ...

    Article : 1,144 words

    The weather during the past week has been somewhat changeable, and in the earlier part reached the highest degree of heat we have experienced this summer as yet. Various readings of the thermometers are given, some ...

    Article : 1,089 words
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    Advertising : 127 words

    As your valuable paper is very widely circulated in this and other districts, I take the liberty of se[?]ng you, for the general benefit, a small yarn, or whatever it may be called, concerning our grievances as su[?]wers. As ...

    Article : 813 words



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