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  2. VICTORIA.

    BY the City of Sydney, we have papen from Melbourne to the 22nd ultimo. The Herald of that date says :—The Assembly was occupied on Friday night from about half-past eight ...

    Article : 2,268 words
  3. WANDERINGS IN TROPICAL AUSTRALIA.

    IN order to afford an idea of the uncertainty of the weather at this time. I give the various winds for one period of twenty-four hours, on the 20th and 2lst November. At sunrise the ...

    Article : 3,136 words
  4. TASMANIA.

    By way of Melbourne, we hove news, to the 18th from Launceston. The following quotations are from the Examiner of that date. His Excellency and Mrs. Gore Browne and suite ...

    Article : 625 words
  5. "RAISING THE WIND." OR A FEW WORDS ON BAZAARS.

    A DESULTORY conflict, attended by copious ink-shed, has for some time past been carried on in the columns of the Herald touching the merits and demerits of what we will take leave ...

    Article : 1,996 words
  6. SOUTH AUSTRALIA.

    BY the Margaret Thompson, we have the S. Register of the 8th ultimo, from which we learn the news had been heard of M'Kinlay's expedition. The Register says:—We have been obliging ...

    Article : 492 words
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