[?] "That there be laid on Hie table of this House a return showing the number of days the Comptroller of Convicts as at the Stockade during the months of January. February ...Article : 6,970 words
France with her 36,000,000 of thrifty and ingenious people, ought to be the richest country in the world. She has all the elements of great commercial prosperity. She has "fine harbours, extensive sea ...Article : 1,412 words
" They say these here French wines is to be a sort of ancient cordial (entiente cordiale ?)—I can't say as I prefers them to 'Old Tom.'" ...Article : 45 words
BilL " Well, Jim ! How be you to-day ? " Jim. " What odds is that to you?—You bean't my Medical Attendant ...Article : 26 words
Boy to Shopkeeper. "Give us two ha'penny 'errins." Shopkeeper. " If you—if you—what ? Sir." Boy. " Well, if your got 'em. ...Article : 40 words
"No, Amy, you're quite wrong. I never was refused in all my life." "Oh, Tom, how can you say so ? Why, there was Louie Simpson. ...Article : 54 words
To be sung by fratern sing Anglo-French Freetraders. Solo—English. Here's the Treaty! Fill your glasses : Pledge it, ho who shirks an ass is ...Article : 93 words
Either the Hapsburga are selling off or a most impudent hoax is in progress. We find an advertisement in the columns of a contemporary announcing that an English auctioneer has received instructions ...Article : 1,448 words
Mr. Punch—I am a bachelor, and I mean to remain one. I have not a very good temper, and Sir C. Cresswell has enough to do without being troubled by any case that might arise out of some woman's ...Article : 536 words
" Yes," quoth John Bull, with a rueful pull at the parse in his leather breeches, "If it mast be done, it had best be done, with the fewest possible speeches ...Article : 477 words
NOTICE OF MOTION:—1. Mr. WATERHOUSE to move—"That he have leave to introduce A Bill intituled an Act to amend the Law relating to Cheques or Drafts on Bankers." ...Article : 47 words
1. The COMMISSIONER OF PUBLIC WORKS (Mr. Hay) to move—"That lie have leave to introduce ' A Bill intituled an Act to declare the Main Lines of Road in South Australia. ...Article : 660 words
The variations in the fall of rain in. the same localities, and the periods when the maximum occurs, are of great interest to all persons engaged in agriculture or horticulture, as well as to those occupied in ...Article : 858 words
Announcing to the world the important piece o news that the Duke of Wellington has asked the Prince of Orange to dine with Mm, a fashionable newspaper proceeds to state the fact that ...Article : 163 words
Our Rifle Volunteers muster tolerably strong g but still larger numbers would be required to confront actual danger. The members of the various corps are mostly either independent or professional young ...Article : 253 words
We published yesterday an abstract of the last Report made by toe Civil Service Commissioners on the results of the examinations conducted under their auspices. The contents of that document, for ...Article : 1,987 words
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