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  2. BULLI.

    BULLI, as we have said in our article of Wednesday last, is situated in a bight of the coast, some three or four miles to the north of Bellambi, the roadstead being sheltered from the swell setting in during ...

    Article : 2,432 words
  3. THE BEAUTY THAT BLOOMS IN AUSTRALIA.

    RICH as the rose-light which dapples the dawn, And soft as the shadows of eve; Tender and true as the midnight blue— Too tender and true to deceive— ...

    Article : 232 words
  4. DENILIQUIN STOCK REPORT.

    SINCE our last, but one mob (and that a small one) of fat cattle has passed through our market—160, Hunt's, on Saturday. Others are approaching, and Flood's mob is near the Billabo [?] Mustering, too, is going on in various places, and, amongst ...

    Article : 232 words
  5. THE ROMANCE OF DISTANCE.

    IN one of the most interesting portions of Sir Charles Lyell's new work, a cave is described which was found not many years ago in France, and which the structure of the rocks showed to have received its ...

    Article : 2,241 words
  6. MELBOURNE STOCK REPORT.

    FAT CATTLE.—The numbers yarded comprise 1[?] head, mostly of inferior descriptions. Prices ruled much the same as last week; there being, however, but few prime lots on offer, they letched ralker higher prices than last week. Best bullocks may ...

    Article : 198 words
  7. FREEMASONRY.

    SIR,—The romance of the American war, quoted by you this morning, has brought to my recollection a story of similar import, the particulars of which, briefly told, may not be without interest for some of your readers. They are ...

    Article : 329 words
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    Family Notices : 94 words
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  10. SCREW-PILE PIER, MADRAS.

    THIS work, commenced by order of the Indian Government in September, 1859, has now arrived nearly at completion. It c[?]ters a great benefit on the inhabitants of the city and the entire Presidency, there ...

    Article : 1,172 words
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