"I roved o'er many a bill and many a dale, in sunshine and in shade, in wet and fair, Drooping or blithe of heart, as might befall; My beat companions now the driving winds ...Article : 3,798 words
WHOEVER has visited Manly only on a quiet week day, and seen the steady picnic or health-seeking parties who then visit its sea-girt domain, would hardly have known it on Monday, when thronged by ...Article : 430 words
WE have once more the pleasure of recording the Anniversary of the foundation of the colony of New South Wales, and through her of the entire group of Australian settlements,—an ...Article : 1,790 words
OUR pleasure-seeking citizens have generally been fortunate in having most auspicious weather for their holiday festivals, and Monday was certainly no exception to the rule. The heat was a little ...Article : 2,887 words
ALTHOUGH in Sydney it is not necessary to go far to enjoy attractive scenery, our citizens show that they appreciate the natural beauties which have been everywhere so freely bestowed, by paying a visit to ...Article : 536 words
PICNIC TO MIDDLE HARBOUR.—The People's Vocal Music Association chartered the steamer Pelican for a picnic to Middle Harbour, on Monday, a large number of excursionists availing themselves of the ...Article : 766 words
A large number of the vessels plying to Manly Beach took passengers to Watson's Bay also; touching at this spot on their route, and leaving, behind a large number of their passengers. Sports were ...Article : 139 words
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