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  2. BRITISH EXTRACTS.

    A LADY called upon a celebrated foreign oculist in order to consult him about her eyes, complaining that her power of vision had of late considerably diminished. At ...

    Article : 5,014 words
  3. ARRIVAL OF THE SUEZ MAIL.

    THE following is from telegrams in the 'Herald':—Adelaide, Thursday, Noon. The branch steamer Rangatira arrived ...

    Article : 1,460 words
  4. THE FASHIONS.

    THE striking peculiarities of the present day amongst the English speaking races are avoidance of marriage on the part of men, and personal extravagance in the ...

    Article : 1,148 words
  5. FRIGHTFUL MURDERS BY A SUPPOSED LUNATIC.

    INTELLIGENCE reached Mudgee on Saturday evening that a series of murders had been committed at Piarabong, a station situated some few miles from Guntawang, ...

    Article : 853 words
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