The Goulburn Chronicle's correspondent supplies the follwing:— THE NEW DIGGINGS.—Our town has been very quie during the past week. The only ory is the "Diggings— ...Article : 173 words
EDUCATION, is undoubtedly one of the essentials to the well-being of all human communities. But a proposal for its more universal diffusion by taxing every one that eats and drinks, that ...Article : 1,326 words
TOM prepared for school with much alacrity, and was dressed and ready by eight o'clock; constantly asking the time, fearing he should not be there by nine o'clock. Viewing school ...Article : 3,854 words
The following is from the Observer and the Dispatch, of Wednesday last:— CRICKET MATCH.—On Wednesday last a match a cricket was played at Reidsdale, between eleven of the ...Article : 617 words
WE take the following from the Bathurst Fece Press, of Wednesday last:— CRICKET.—A match was played on Saturday last on the Flat, between the gentlemen employed in the ...Article : 405 words
Our first Municipal meeting — the nomination of candidates—took place last Thursday at noon, Mr. Charles Blakefield acting as deputy Returning, officer, when eleven clectors were nominatod for the ...Article : 81 words
His Honor Judge Dowling, accompanied by his lady, arrived here on Tuesday last, for the purpose of holding the District Court, but there being no cases for trial, his Honor took his departure next morning. ...Article : 1,004 words
Mr. Surveyor Re wland paid us a flying visit last week, and judging from this manner, I am inclined to believe that he entertains anything but a favourable opinion as to the formation of a road between Araluen and ...Article : 298 words
The following is from the Pastoral Times of the 2nd instant:— Fat cattle have passed in vauious paris of the Edward River; but, owing to the scarcity of feed, tee dealers. ...Article : 975 words
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