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  2. WINDSOR.

    THE NEW YEAR.—If a happy new year could be taken as indicative of prosperity during the ensuing twelve months, we certainly would not hesitate to rejoice at the prospects of 1865; but as we have ...

    Article : 1,324 words
  3. THE FLRE INSURANCE OFFICES AND THE EXPLOSION AT ERITH.

    THE great gunpowder explosion at Erith has given rise to a question between the Fire Insurance offices and the sufferers by the effects of the explosion. The loss immediately caused by an explosion of ...

    Article : 1,568 words
  4. THE LATE OUTRAGE AT BINDA BY THE BUSHRANGERS.

    AN eye-witness furnishes the following additional details of the late outrage at Binda, to the Goulburn Herald of Wednesday. He says:—About eight o'clock on Monday evening, Ben Hall, Gilbert, and ...

    Article : 1,444 words
  5. THE LATE STICKING-UP NEAR MURRUMBURRAH.

    THE other day we briefly noticed the bailing-up and robbing of Mr. D. Davis, of this town, by Hall and his two companions, near Murrumburrah. We are now enabled to supply more detailed particulars of this ...

    Article : 1,341 words
  6. QUEENSLAND.

    THE Yarra Yarra steamer brings two days' later from Brisbane, viz., to the 3rd instant. The Daily Guardian of 2nd instant states that, from the comparative statement of the revenue for 1864, ...

    Article : 1,127 words
  7. POLITICAL ECONOMY AT THE ANTIPODES.

    As a rule, the approach of a general election in a remote colony is not an object of very serious interest to the politicians of the mother country. The questions involved are commondy so purely personal, or, ...

    Article : 3,519 words
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