Volume 75: James and William Macarthur business correspondence, 1823-1877: No. 241
days ago in Sydney at Ainsworth's and I liked it much and there is not the least doubt but it would do its work well.
The thatch making machine too must be a Capital invention and would be a great saving on such an establishment as this.
The weather still continues very dry with warm and often windy days and frosty nights. The crops in this district look as bad as they well can do, it is almost impossible now that there can be much wheat except in the most favorable situation or where the land has been carefully cultivated, how a great many