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  2. Country News.

    On Monday, at about half-past 7 o'clock, it commenced to snow heavily, and lasted for several hours, Some of the snow remained on the hilltops for several days. It was the ...

    Article : 68 words
  3. LATE EDITION

    The Sultan has acceded to the demands made by the representatives of the English and French Governments with reference to the management of affairs in Egypt. ...

    Article : 282 words
  4. NEW ZEALAND.

    Mr. Williamson states that he intends to prosecute to prosecute ali New Zealand theatrical managers who have produced "H.M.S. Pinafore." He says he paid £300 for the right to play ...

    Article : 300 words
  5. BLINMAN, JULY 28.

    We have had some splendid rains daring last week, but the weather was very cold.—Business is still dull, and we are looking forward to the shearing. ...

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  6. HOYLETON, JULY 30.

    The weather is all that can be desired, and the crops, though backward, are looking remarkably healthy.—For a long time we hare been expecting that something would be done to ...

    Article : 159 words
  7. BORDER TOWN, JULY 28.

    The members of the Tatiara Rifle Club met at the butts on the 19th for practice for the first time with the Martini-Henry rifles, under the command of Captain Gollan. Some good ...

    Article : 288 words
  8. NEW SOUTH WALES.

    Mr. Darley has defeated Mr. Jennings in the contest for the vacant seat in the University Senate The former had 57 votes, and the latter 36. The result is attributed ...

    Article : 664 words
  9. JOHNBURGH, JULY 25.

    We have been so fortunate as to have our township gazetted for sale at last. "Johnbargh" is the name in which it TejoiceB. The sale is to take place on the 7th of August.—We were ...

    Article : 156 words
  10. CLARE, JULY 28.

    At last the time has been absolutely fixed for opening the new schools. Mr. Hosier, J.P., Chairman of the Board of Advice, will perform the ceremony on the 29th prox., the Hon. the ...

    Article : 324 words
  11. KOOLUNGA. JULY 29.

    The weather of late has been favorable to the crops, which are looking very healthy. There is every appearance of a bountiful harvest in this and the surrounding Hundreds.—A large ...

    Article : 127 words
  12. LOCAL TELEGRAMS.

    A very pleasant gathering took place in our schoolroom last night. Miss Cox, the head teacher, being about to leave us, a children's farewell concert was arranged under her ...

    Article : 939 words
  13. LAUNCELOT, JULY 28.

    We experienced a heavy fall of snow on Wednesday night, and on the following morning the ground was covered two inches in depth.—The season so far has been all that could be ...

    Article : 54 words
  14. [REUTER'S TELEGRAMS.]

    In the House of Commons this evening a Bill, introduced by the Government for the protection of shareholders by enabling Banks established on the unlimited liability ...

    Article : 180 words
  15. LAURA, JULY 29.

    The crops and the weather continue to be the stock subjects of conversation. Of the former he general opinion is that they are looking plendid, and, early as it is the hopeful prospect ...

    Article : 496 words
  16. COOMOOROO, JULY 28.

    The season up to the present has been one of best we have had for some years. We have had copious rains during the last week, which have thoroughly saturated the ground. Several ...

    Article : 59 words
  17. EURELIA. JULY 29.

    On the night of the 23rd instant quite a novel spectacle presented itself here in the shape of a snowstorm, which lasted over three hours. The snow was fully four inches thick on ...

    Article : 85 words
  18. GLADSTONE, JULY 28.

    In my last I drew attention to the bad state of the road known as Johnston's Crossing, and since then the subject has been mooted in the Yangya Council, and tenders are called for the ...

    Article : 484 words
  19. SPECIAL SHIPPING TELEGRAM.

    Arrived.—Hereford, ship, from Sydney April 23; Western Monarch, Ship, from Port Chalmers May 8; Canterbury, ship, from Lyttelton May 9. ...

    Article : 39 words
  20. COLONIAL TELEGRAMS.

    The medical men report adversely as to David Henry's release. The first of a series of official dinners was given at Government House last ...

    Article : 1,587 words
  21. OROOROO. JULY 26.

    The first entertainment in connection with our local Institute was held in Mr. C. H. Esther's commodious new store on Thursday ast, and was in every way a great success. The ...

    Article : 713 words
  22. QUEENSLAND.

    The Electoral Bolls Bill has been passed through Committee in the Council. A great quantity of land will shortly be thrown open within the Central Railway reserves. ...

    Article : 100 words
  23. WESTERN AUSTRALIA.

    The Commissioner of Railways has notifield that the Geraldton and Northampton Railway is fit for traffic throughout. Good progress is being made with the clearing ...

    Article : 121 words
  24. HALLETT, JULY 30.

    Last week the weather was exceedingly cold, especially on Wednesday. Snow commenced falling shortly after 6 o'clock in the evening, and at about 10 o'clock it was falling heavily. ...

    Article : 219 words
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