"Ah me! for aught that ever I could read, Could ever hear by tale or history, The course of true love never did run smooth." MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM. ...Article : 2,198 words
WOOL-GROWING.—Several remarks have latterly been made from our correspondents from different quarters of the colony with regard to the advantage of close attention to wool-growing. This can only be ...Article : 10,624 words
IN accordance with ancient usage, the Brethren of the Mysthe Craft holding under the Scottish Constitution determined to celebrate the time-honoured anniversary festival of St. Andrew, the Patron Saint of Scotland, on the ...Article : 635 words
At the time of the opening of our tale, our hero, Dick Williams, was a young man of about six and twenty years of age; and at our readers no doubt with to know something about him we shall briefly sketch his ...Article : 1,891 words
ON Saturday last, the 30th ultimo, a picnic, on a very extensive scale, arranged by the members of No. 2 Company of Volunteer Rifles, took place at Manly Beach. Including fifty-four ...Article : 707 words
THE adjourned general meeting of the Acclimatization Society was held on Monday at the Australian Library, Bent-street, at eight o'clock, for the election of a council and other officers. About twenty-four gentlemen were ...Article : 1,238 words
OF the various means employed to popularise the Volunteer movement, to sustain the interest of the Volunteers themselves, and promote their efficiency, none have proved more successful than occasional rifle matches—trials a stated ...Article : 303 words
THE annual regatta, with which the good folks of Balmain are went to celebrated St. Andrew's Day, took place, as usual, on the 30th ultimo, and, like all the previous celebrations, passed off most satisfactorily to all concerned. The ...Article : 2,214 words
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