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  2. OUR MELBOURNE LETTER.

    The tragedy at the Opera House, on Saturday night, has diverted, for a little while, the common attention from the political situation. It is the most notable tragedy we have had for some time. Somebody said it ...

    Article : 1,707 words
  3. ENGLI[?] AND FOREIGN AFFAIRS.

    The [?]ment have lost no time in dea[?] wt that b[?]ch of the Eastern question which [?] the fro[?]atior between Greece and Turkey. The action of the P[?]to upon Lord Salisbury's latest proposa[?] and the ...

    Article : 5,581 words
  4. SAMOA.

    Ia my last letter I stated that the At[?] or Rep[?] lieans, after a bloodless sterm of shot and shell from the guns of the Danae, H.B.M.S., had promised allegiance to King Mali[?]toa. The de[?]e promise and ...

    Article : 797 words
  5. AMERICAN RAILWAYS AND BRITISH ENTERPRISE.

    Sir,—Since no one else appears to nave challenged the statement made by Mr. Combes, that "nearly all the American railways pay," perhaps you will allow me to do so. In February, 1878, Mr. Mundclla, M.P., who has ...

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  6. WEST MAITLAND.

    The opening of the new organ, lately erected in St. John's Cathedral, was formally celebrated on Monday evening by a grand musical festival, in the shape of a sacred concert and organ recital. There were fully 800 people present, the ...

    Article : 751 words
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    VISIT OF AN AIITIST TO THE COLONIES.— A circular despatch from the Scororary of State for the Colonies has been received by the Governor of Tasmania, transmitting; a copy of a lotter from Sir Joseph D. Hooker, ...

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