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  2. POETRY.

    HELEN, the setting sun Is throned upon the sea; But, my bright, my glorious one, My soul is full of thee. ...

    Article : 116 words
  3. THE AUCKLAND ISLANDS.

    The following letter has been addressed to the Editor of the S. M. Herald. Sir,—Allow me to give you a little information about the Auckland Islands, or Enderby's ...

    Article : 531 words
  4. DR. CHAS. HORN'S AND MR. M. H. [?]WILSON'S CONCERT.

    On Wednesday evening a grand vocal and instrumental concert was given in the hall of the School of Arts by the above-named musicians, assisted by Mr. F. Z. Herrman, Herr B. ...

    Article : 703 words
  5. THE TURON DIGGINGS.

    The Herald's "Wandering Reporter," who has given a very graphic description of the Ophir and Tambaroora gold fields, now furnishes one of the Turon field, which we copy below:— ...

    Article : 1,769 words
  6. LINOLEUM-MANUFACTURE.

    The manufacture of this new and interesting material, which threatens to rival the indiarubber trade in the multiplicity and utility of its applications, is based on the invention of Mr. ...

    Article : 733 words
  7. THE APPRAISEMENTS.

    The appraisements of the runs in the districts distinguished as "Murrumbidgee No. 3," and "Lachlan No. 5," commenced in this town on Wednesday last—M. W Cunningham, Esq., ...

    Article : 836 words
  8. BATHURST AND ITS NEIGHBOURHOOD.

    The Herald's "Wandering Reporter" gives rather a glowing description of Bathurst and its neighbourhood. He says:— Bathurst is, without exception, the finest of ...

    Article : 1,593 words
  9. SALE OF LEASES OF RUNS.

    The first sale of runs under the new system [reported in our last issue] has been an interesting experiment, and especially so as it happened contemporaneously with the new assessments. ...

    Article : 768 words
  10. THE DELORAINE RAILWAY, TASMANIA.

    A railway is to be constructed in Tasmania by a company, with a Government guarantee of interest. The Hobart Town Advertiser thus describes the intended work and the Bill passed to ...

    Article : 1,003 words
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