Mintaro Railway

The house of Mr. J. J. Kelly was entered yesterday by a burglar, supposed to be a swagman going south, and a noteworthy fact is that he took only 10s. out of 13s. in silver. Two single £l-notes were also close by in a book. He helped himself liberally to bread and jam, tea, sugar, &c., but none of the household property was damaged, and most of the articles were in order.
Two hundred bags of wheat for the distressed farmers have been delivered at the railway station by Mr. J. M.Sandow. The sample is clean and plump, and considered good.
Chaffcutting is becoming general.