Articles from page 1: Previous page Next page

  1. Please wait. Loading browse data... loading
  2. PUBLIC EDUCATION.

    Sir,—As this subject has been brought before the Legislative Council, and aslwe may expect that public attention will in some measure be directed towards it, will you permit me to lay a ...

    Article : 1,614 words
  3. SNAKE AND MONGOSE AGAIN

    Sir,—I see, from your issue of the 8th inst., that Mr. J. A. Layard has been rushing into print, and animadverts generally upon "Madrassee's" letter of the 2nd inst. ...

    Article : 1,053 words
  4. THE IRISH RELIGIOUS REVIVALS.

    Dr. Mackay, in a popular book—"Memoirs of Extraordinary Popular Delusions"—published a few years ago, purposely excluded religious matters from his catalogue of epidemic follies. This ...

    Article : 3,404 words
  5. POSTAGE ON NEWSPAPERS.

    Sir,—Having communicated to my advisers your circular despatches of the 5th and 16th of March, the former announcing that an additional rate of postage would be levied on newspapers ...

    Article : 1,568 words
  6. REFORMATORIES.

    Sir,—Permit me to express publicly the pleasure I felt on reading your articles on the necessity of a juvenile reformatory. The question in a momentous one. As the ...

    Article : 513 words
  7. LAND.

    Sir,—Now that the excitement of the bubble land schemes has somewhat subsided, and people are calmly discussing their various merits, the fact may for once dawn upon them that the ...

    Article : 635 words
  8. CIVIL SERVICE COMMISSION.

    Sir,—The Press being the only certain medium through which certain grievances and abuses can find a legitimate and ready redress, I beg to trespass a little on your valuable space for insertion ...

    Article : 716 words
  9. THE MASONS OF SUNBURY AND MESSRS. BRUCE AND CO.

    Sir,—In your issue of the 5th inst., Messrs. Bruce and Co. state their grievances pretty boldly, and call upon disproof. Now, Sir, we think that the public should hear ...

    Article : 1,553 words
  10. THE THISTLES AND LAND BILL.

    Sir,—Having seen the Land Bill introduced by the present Ministry, I beg to offer a bint. There should be a clause added—that all purchasers of land under the Bill should be ...

    Article : 121 words
  11. BATHING IN THE YARRA.

    Sir,—I beg the favor of your publicly noticing the utter disregard of all decency displayed by the military in particular, and the public generally, bathing in the River Yarra, from a ...

    Article : 199 words
×

Tags, Lists & Comments Help

Buy

Download

Please choose from the following download options:

Share

Share this item on:

Print

Print page as...

Display settings Help

Copies Direct logo

The National Library of Australia's Copies Direct service lets you purchase higher quality, larger sized photocopies or electronic copies of newspapers pages.

Clicking on the Order now button below will open the ordering form in a new window which will allow you to enter the details of your request.

Scope
Format of download
as... PDF PDF

You need to login before you can save preferences.