Mr. W. J. O'Donnell, the leader of the party which ha[?] just explored a large tract of country in Western Australia[?] wa[?] with several members of his expedition, a passenger by the steamer Tannadic[?], which called into Mor[?]ton Bay on ...Article : 1,764 words
In a recent issue of this journal there appeared "an extraordinary statement in reference to the Government of the island of Rotama," extracted from the Fiji Times of November 24th. A number of young men ...Article : 1,070 words
New Guinea has been described by explorers who have made superficial observations in different parts of the island as either a Garden of Ed[?]n or a huge mangrove swamp. The country I saw from the banks of ...Article : 7,286 words
By the death of Mr. Moses Moss a well-known figure in commercial circles, has been removed, and the Jewish community of Sydney suffers the loss of a member who ever took a prominent and active part in all its religious and ...Article : 801 words
Sir,—Many of your readers will remember the red rain which fell on the deck of the steamer Potosi and over a large part of the colony some time since. There has been another similar visitation—this time in the New England districts ...Article : 588 words
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