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  2. THE PRESENT AND FUTURE OF KEROSENE.

    THERE is, to inquiring minds, matter for increasing interest in tracing the progress of a new discovery of wide application, and in estimating from the elevated stand-point already attained in established utility ...

    Article : 2,011 words
  3. NEW ZEALAND.

    OUR dates from Taranaki are to the 3rd, from Wellington to the 9th, from Lyttelton to the 10th, and from Otago to the instant. THE [?].—The party of ex rebel ...

    Article : 2,568 words
  4. CHAMPION SCULLERS RACE.

    No aquatic contest in this colony intense such intense excitement as the one which was decided on Saturday last, on the Parramatta River, between Green and Hickey. This race was sot only intended to fix the championship of ...

    Article : 1,530 words
  5. THE ENGLISH CAPTIVES IN ABYSSINIA.

    "I have just read, in a number of your journal some days old, that on the 2nd of April the Abyssinian captives were still in chains in the fort of Magdala. It seems to me that, throughout this ...

    Article : 767 words
  6. VICTORIA.

    The most important subject discussed by the Melbourne papers to hand is the decisive rejection, by the Legislative Council of Victoria, of the Appropriation Bill, containing the grant to Lady Darling (passed by a large majority of ...

    Article : 3,450 words
  7. THE SLADE BARONETCY CASE.

    THE Times (June 14) commenting upon this extraordinary case, thinks that in this, as in all disputes affecting the inheritance of property, the bias of public sympathy, as Baron Pigott acknowledged, naturally ...

    Article : 551 words
  8. UP THE LINE TO THE WEATHERBOARD.

    At the invitation of the Minister for Works, Mr. Byrnes (who had occasion to go up the line on official business), a party of ladies and gentlemen were taken up the Western line by special train to the Weatherboard on Monday. The ...

    Article : 872 words
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