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  2. WONDERFUL RUINS IN SIAM.

    GENERAL PERRIN, a Frenchman, mandarin of the third class, commanding the land forces of the King in Siam, writes to a French paper as follows:—"For six days' journey of an elephant, I have traversed the ...

    Article : 644 words
  3. INTERCOLONIAL NEWS.

    FROM Brisbane we are in receipt of papers to the 25th instant. The entertainment organised by the Volunteers in aid of the Floods Relief Fund realised £114. ...

    Article : 432 words
  4. To the Editor of the Herald.

    SIR,—On looking over the speech of the Honorable the Colonial Secretary, as reported in your issue of the 24th instant, I find he has exultingly doomed the principal of the Roman Catholic Denominational teachers. Seeing that, ...

    Article : 693 words
  5. THE HEALTH OF SYDNEY.

    SIR,—I have often wondered, in these days of so much boasting about good government and sanitary regulations, that there should be allowed to flourish in our very midst a nuisance so giantic as to neutralise any good effects that might be supposed ...

    Article : 2,004 words
  6. GLASGOW UNIVERSITY.

    YESTERDAY, the medical degrees gained in the recent examinations were conferred in the Common Hall of the College. There was a large attendance of students, and a considerable number of ladies and gentlemen ...

    Article : 2,517 words
  7. VICTORIA.

    WE have received papers from Melbourne to the 25th instant. Referring to the opposition offered to the Supplementary Estimate for granting £20,000 to Lady Darling, the Argus ...

    Article : 1,272 words
  8. THE DEBATE ON FEMALE SUFFRAGE.

    MR. MILL has redeemed his pledge to his male admirers and his female clients by the speech he made last night, on his motion for substituting the word "person" for the word "man" in the Reform Bill. ...

    Article : 1,432 words
  9. MAITLAND MARKETS.

    {No abstract available}

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 993 words
  10. THE REPORTED MUTINY AT MEERUT.

    FROM communications we have received, we are now able to give a thoroughly authentic account of the facts which formed the very insufficient groundwork of the panic at Meerut a fortnight ago. On the night of ...

    Article : 1,904 words
  11. IN MEMORIAM H. T. S.

    SIR,—I have read over and over again with intense delight, "Churchman's" letter in a recent issue of the Herald, having reference to the lamented death of the Rev. H. T. Stiles of Windsor. ...

    Article : 120 words
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