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  2. COTTON SUPPLY AND THE AMERICAN CONTEST.

    IN view of the improved behaviour of the washington government, the more deferential tone of the American press, the determination shown by the leaders of both of the great political parties in ...

    Article : 2,122 words
  3. GREAT STORM AT ROCKHAMPTON.

    THE chief event of the week is the late storm. From Sunday evening to Monday morning the rain poured down in one continuous torrent, in a manner unparalleled, at least in the history of ...

    Article : 995 words
  4. TRAMWAY FROM BULLAROOK FOREST TO BALLARAT.

    The following letter appear in yesterday's Ballarat Star:- Sir,—A few days ago having occasion to look over the file of the Star I accidently came across a ...

    Article : 746 words
  5. CENTRAL POLICE COURT.

    DISORDERLY.—Harriett Clarke, a fashionably attired woman of bad repute, was charged with using obscene language to Detective Hudson on the previous evening. She was drunk at the time. ...

    Article : 1,049 words
  6. THE MEXICAN INTERVENTION.

    THE project of placing an Austrian Archduke on a throne to be erected in Mexico, if not the greatest, the best, or the worst of modern enterprises, is perhaps the oddest. The tendency of ...

    Article : 2,478 words
  7. SMYTHESDALE POLICE [?]RT.

    Henry Crossen, M.D., J.P., and Coroner for the District of Smythesdale, was charged with having, on the 10th of April, at Scarsdale, criminally assaulted one Catherine Geddes. ...

    Article : 1,646 words
  8. TASMANIA.

    OUR files by the Royal Shepherd are to 17th inst. from Hobart Town, and to 19th from Launceston. The Mercury of latest date gives the following report upon the progress of the ...

    Article : 1,139 words
  9. THE SUEZ CANAL.

    A letter from Cairo says:-—"M. de Lesseps, President-Director of the Suez Canal Company, gave a grand banquet on the 2nd instant, to all the officials and workmen, native and others, in commemoration ...

    Article : 198 words
  10. FREE TRADE IN LAND

    THAT land in this country (England) the most coveted, though often the most mismanaged property, should have remained until this day hampered by a system originating in feudalism, is a ...

    Article : 737 words
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