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  2. CULTIVATION OF COTTON IN AUSTRALIA.

    THE report of the meeting to promote the production of Australian cotton will be read with much satisfaction. The whole colony is deeply obliged to those ...

    Article : 1,255 words
  3. THE AMERICAN DIFFICULTY.

    THE late difference with America will be attended with some beneficial and, we fear, some undesirable results. The last are obvious enough. It will tend to embitter the relations ...

    Article : 1,358 words
  4. THE EXPLORING EXPEDITIONS OF NORTHERN AUSTRALIA.

    LAST week the Bombay was not the only missing steamer about which we were anxious. The safety of the Victoria, which had been despatched to Carpentaria in connection with ...

    Article : 1,236 words
  5. RELIGIOUS MEMORANDA.

    THE Bishop of Sydney held a visitation in St. Androw's Caurch on the morning of the 19th ultimo. All the clergy in the counties of Camdcon and Cunberland were invitedm, and attended in considerable numbers. The Rev. Canon Walsh read the priyers ...

    Article : 1,702 words
  6. STEAM LINERS TO AUSTRALIA.

    THE non-arrival of last month's Mail, and that too, at a juncture of unusual interest, has revived once more the sense of our dependence for news and letters on one particular route, and has ...

    Article : 1,320 words
  7. FREE-SELECTION—WORKING OF THE NEW LAND ACT.

    So far as the free-selecting process has proceeded at present, it has been confined mainly to districts that may be called settled. There has not been any very great dispersion of the ...

    Article : 1,151 words
  8. THE SYDNEY UNIVERSITY.

    ADDITIONS have during the present week been commenced to the Sydney University building, the first portion of the design having been three years since completod externally with the exception of the turrets upon the tower. The ...

    Article : 264 words
  9. ENORMOUS CROCODILES AND PETRIFIED ABORIGINE.

    WE noticed in our last Monthly Summary a neval and interesting exhibition that was then on view in Sydney— consisting of two enormous crocodiles, captured in the Fitzroy River, and of a petrified aborigine, discovered in a ...

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