THE weather was most unfavourable, and the attendance small, heavy showers being frequent, and saturating the ground to a disagreeable extent. First Race.—The Hunter River Jockey Club ...Article : 1,171 words
INDEPENDENTLY of their merits, the sonnets (which are dedicated to Mr. Tennyson by his brother) have an interest of association. Some readers amongst us will recollect a little book produced more than thirty ...Article : 1,156 words
MELBOURNE papers of Thursday, the 29th ultimo, are to hand. It appears from the following, which we take from the Ararat Advertiser, that spurious or adulterated ...Article : 1,769 words
THE brickmakers are a more numerous class, and brickmaking is a more important industry, than most people, on a cursory consideration, would be disposed to imagine. In the first place, the great want of a good ...Article : 1,753 words
"GOOD evening, sir." "Good evening. A fine night, this." "Yes, sir—a niceish sort of night. Pity for us We don't have more of them." ...Article : 2,998 words
THE annual ploughing matches of the Argyle Arioultural and Horticultural Society came off on Wednesnesday last in a paddock of Mr. W. Bradley's, rented by Mr. Taylor, adjoining Mr. Hurst's residence. In ...Article : 1,279 words
SiNGULAR ACCIDENT.—On Thursday afternoon, a serious accident happened to a little boy, the son of Mr. Bevege, of High-street. The boy was standing near one of the booths on the racecourse, when two ...Article : 373 words
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