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  2. TO THE WORKING MEN OF NEW SOUTH WALES.

    Now is the time to put our shoulders to the wheel. When according to one of A[?]sop's fables a certain waggoner in passing along the road his waggon stuck in a rut, he sat himself down bewailing his misfortune, ...

    Article : 845 words
  3. FIJI.—III.

    SIR,—As the present difference between the two ruling chiefs in Fiji in some slight degree affects white settlers, the causes that led to the impending native war may be read with interest. It is not necessary to ...

    Article : 1,653 words
  4. THE GOLD-FIELDS.

    EURONG[?].— The Gundagai Times of Saturday says, with regard to the discovery of alluvial ground in the direction of Wantabadgery, we are informed, the prospectors, Powell, Spencer, and party have, at 110 feet, bottomed on ...

    Article : 2,618 words
  5. THE ORIGIN IN OF THE WAR.

    WHEN history, with its supreme justice and complete impartiality, comes to pronounce its judgment on the real causes of the war of 1870, it will be able to set aside the greater part of those diplomatic artifices ...

    Article : 596 words
  6. THE WEATHER, AGRICULTURE, &c.

    THE Western Examiner of Saturday reports that at Orange since Monday the weather has been lovely, though the cold nights betoken the approach of winter. Appearances denote that we are not far from rain, which may, howover, ...

    Article : 1,151 words
  7. BLOWN OUT TO SEA.

    CAPTAIN E. E. PATTERSON, of the American barque Aleyone, met with a most remarkable incident on his voyage from Amoy to this port. The Aleyone left Amoy on the 2nd December for Singapore, and ...

    Article : 1,051 words
  8. SOUTH AUSTRALIA.

    Our files from Adelaide are to the 7th instant. Speaking of Doora Mines the Register says:—Probably few persons away from Wallaroo or the Exchange are familiar with the property known as the Doora Mine on ...

    Article : 651 words
  9. TO THE EDITOR OF THE HERALD.

    SIR,—I just perceive that another outbreak has occurred at the Industrial School of Newcastle. So, we find at last that, the black hole, end broad and water for nine or fourteen days, that cutting off the hair, &c., has failed in ...

    Article : 361 words
  10. THE SPADE IN MODERN WARFARE.

    THE sword is still the symbol of war. Yet this ancient weapon has very little to do with modern battles. In fact, the spade is the more formidable implement of the two, and one of the latest devices in the art of war ...

    Article : 787 words
  11. INTERCOLONIAL NEWS.

    FROM papers to the 10th instant we take the following extracts:- Another stabbing case has occurred at Williamstown. On Tuesday night, about 11 o'clock (says the Argus), ...

    Article : 1,551 words
  12. BRUTAL MURDER NEAR DELORAINE, TASMANIA.

    ONE of the most horrible and unprovoked murders ever committed was perpetrated on Mrs. Young, at Red Gate, near Deloraine, on Saturday night. A bloodthirsty rufrian named John Fogarty, who had been sentenced to four ...

    Article : 490 words
  13. ELIJAH.

    SIR,—Your correspondent, "First Violin," says there are no "arppegio movements for the violin in the oratorio." If he calls on me, I will show him a copy of "Elijah," with arppegic in several places. ...

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