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  2. LITERATURE.

    The author of that pleasantly-written volume felicitouely entitled How to be Happy Though Married, who avows his conviction that the proper study of man is woman, and ...

    Article : 3,189 words
  3. THE TREND OF PROTESTANTISM.

    Under the form of supplying an answer to the question, "Is one religion as good as another?" the Rev. John MacLaughlin has arrayed against the latitudinarian tendencies ...

    Article : 755 words
  4. THE WATTS RIVER AQUEDUCT.

    At the invitation of Messrs. Johnston and Shaw, contractors for No. 2 section of the Watts River Aqueduct, a large party of gentlemen visited the Christmas-hills on the ...

    Article : 525 words
  5. THE PICTORIAL.

    The career of the late Mr. Peter Lalor, exSpeaker of the Victorian Legislative Assembly, was described at full length in last week's issue, under the heading "The ...

    Article : 217 words
  6. THE MAKIM MACHINE GUN.

    The Maxim machine gun, which for several mouths in the Armament court at the Exhibition had been the subject of many curious conjectures, was submitted to a ...

    Article : 1,787 words
  7. MR. JUSTICE HODGES.

    Mr. H. E. A. Hodges, barrister, who has accepted the position of acting judge of the Supreme Court during the leave of absence of Mr. Justice Webb, is about 43 years old. ...

    Article : 469 words
  8. AUSTRALIAN POETRY.

    There is both high promise and good performance in what Mr. Ishmael Dare modestly calls his " Verses." With something of Mr. Swinburne's facility of expression and lyrical ...

    Article : 343 words
  9. LITERARY NOTES.

    THESE is an article in the January number of Temple Bar on "Puns." The great master of punning, according to the author, is Hood; and the following is given as a very ...

    Article : 637 words
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