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  2. The Old World in 1882.

    FROM Muckross Abbey we drove round Castle-lough Bay to Ross Island, which is really another, though much smaller, peninsula stretching out into the Lower Lake. On it is situated a square ...

    Article : 2,600 words
  3. THE PRESENT PARLIAMENT-ITS CHARACTER AND VALUE.

    SIR,-Last Tuesday I published in the "Evening News" a letter headed as above, and if I may judge by the angry spirit of remonstrance by which I have been assailed since the publication of that letter by ...

    Article : 1,844 words
  4. Suburban Municipalities.

    OUR starting point for a reconnaisance of this municipality was its south-eastern boundary abutting on White's Creek at its debouchment with Roselle Bay-a locality that must not be in favour with the ...

    Article : 4,449 words
  5. THE FORESTS BILL DISCUSSION.

    SIR,-The position taken by Dr. Renwick and Mr. Farnell re the evil effects of forest denudation may by some be considered speculative, but I am persuaded enough, of the practical is known respecting ...

    Article : 892 words
  6. Death of Gambetta's Mother.

    Madame Gambetta, shortly after her arrival from Nice the other day (says the "European Mail" of July 28) was attacked by a paralytic stroke at the residence of her daughter, Madame ...

    Article : 287 words
  7. Disturbances on Tramears.

    At the Water Police Court on Monday, Mr. Marsh. S.M., punished two young men of the Larrikin type for misbehaviour on the trams. It appears that on the 6 o'clock Waverlev tram Frederick Connors and ...

    Article : 327 words
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