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  2. BRANCHES FROM THE MAIL ROUTES.

    The capital cities of India are—Calcutta, the political one; Benares, the Hindoo one; Delhi, the Mahomedan one; and Bombay, the commercial one. A glance has been given at Calcutta, on leaving which a ...

    Article : 5,165 words
  3. OUR MELBOURNE LETTER.

    The race excitement is over, and a good many people are poorer than they were, in consequence of the usual thing happening—that is to say, an outsider winning. For although, now-a-days, outsiders always ...

    Article : 1,621 words
  4. OUR PARIS LETTER.

    The all-absorbing topic of the month has been the return to Paris of some eight hundred Communists, some whom were accompanied by the[?] wives and families. The arrival of these "erring brethren" was ...

    Article : 1,990 words
  5. THE EXPORTATION OF MEAT.

    Sir,—In the report of the late meeting, held with the object of sending home a shipment of fresh meat by the Bell and Coleman process, Mr. A. H. Brown is reported to have quoted from the Times, in speaking of this process, ...

    Article : 1,537 words
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