THE subjoined important and interesting paper was read before the Scientific Committee of the Agricultural Society by Mr. William Morris, and published in the journal of the society:— ...Article : 3,580 words
SIR,—If Dr. Badham be right, all the world must be wrong. Peoples have all been speaking, reading, writing, and studying every language but the right one. That used by Germans is "coarsely vehement;" ...Article : 580 words
WE called attention briefly last week to the motion made on the 7th April in the House of Commons by Mr. Graves that Government should reduce the rates on inland postage. Mr. ...Article : 728 words
GENTLEMAN,—In the course of my travels, while attending to my ministerial duties in your districts, I have necessarily gathered a considerable amount of information respecting their capabilities, condition[?] ...Article : 727 words
SIR,—Whether our fat stock travel by "the Bulga," by "Bell's Line, or by the "Southern Road," they are greatly deteriorated during the last portion of the journey much more than most people imagine. It is ...Article : 937 words
IT is no new thing to hear it said abroad that Englishwomen have bad taste in dress. It would, of course, be easy to meet the assertion with a round contradiction, but observant ...Article : 3,452 words
SIR,—It is an old saying, "that a new broom sweeps clean;" but every person whose business has necessitated his traversing the streets of Sydney during the past week will readily allow that the adage cannot be ...Article : 341 words
THE London money-lender is too often a compound of knavery and greed, of hypocrisy and ingenuity, who, through long years of varied practice, has become so thoroughly accomplished in his peculiar ...Article : 2,018 words
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