A PARTY having been formed to visit this locality, I joined them, and we started on our trip early on a cool, pleasant morning. Clouds overspread the sky and moderated the heat of a December's day. Our ...Article : 1,612 words
THE Christmas and New Year festivities have passed [?] with quietude amounting to dulness, which is at[?]butable in a great extent to the depressed condition o[?] the surrounding district consequent upon the late ...Article : 526 words
THE broad arrow has at last sped to its destination at Liverpool. It was affixed yesterday afternoon to the steam rams recently completed by Laird, Brothers, and still in their ship-building yard in the great ...Article : 772 words
THE match was resumed at twelve o'clock, and the second day's play was favoured with as fine weather as that which prevailed on Saturday. The attendance was of course not so large as on Boxing day, but ...Article : 1,805 words
To-day was remarkable for the most oppressively hot weather which has been experienced this summer. All interest in the game may be said to have expired on Monday evening, when the Melbourne Club had ...Article : 756 words
WE have Melbourne papers to the 30th ultimo, being two days later than previous advices. The following quotations are from the Age:— Adverting to the so-called later American news, ...Article : 1,555 words
THE place from which we ascended was the Crystal Palace. There were in the car, besides myself and Mr. Coxwell, the Hon. Robert J. Walker, M.A., Councillor at Law in the Supreme Court of the ...Article : 1,442 words
SIR R. MURCHISON announces the death of a distinguished young geologist, Mr. Richard Thornton, as communicated to him by Dr. Livingstone in the following letter:— ...Article : 729 words
A FEW months since a fashionably dressed personage arrived in Cincinnati per railroad, and secured a suite of rooms at the Burnet House, and registered his name as "Louis A. Belville, Russia." His [?]uavity ...Article : 1,201 words
IN the Southern, and especially in the Otago newspapers, we hear a great deal of the forthcoming cricket matches to be played by the All-England Eleven in New Zealand. It is an Englishman's pleasure, and ...Article : 1,234 words
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