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  2. THOUGHTLESS MARRIAGES AND VICIOUS CELIBACY.

    ACCORDING to Malthus s principles, there is no reason why the thriving classes among us should not marry earlier and more universally than they do; if only ...

    Article : 1,274 words
  3. NEWSPAPERS PRINTED BY PRINTING MACHINES.

    THE 'Maitland Mercury' says:—We see that our contemporary the 'Yass Courier' has obtained a printing machine, to be used instead of the ...

    Article : 386 words
  4. RULOFF, THE LEARNED MURDERER, HANGED.

    E. H. RULOFF is said to have been one of the most extraordinary men that ever astonished mankind by profound learning or horrified them by crime; and his death ...

    Article : 1,203 words
  5. THE HUMAN HAIR MARKET.

    "THE show of human hair at market to-day was but moderate. South German light reds and flaxen were most in request. A number of real grey heads fetched a long ...

    Article : 894 words
  6. BREVITY IN CORRESPONDENCE.

    "MY dear Dorset—I have just been married, and am the happiest dog alive.—Berkeley." "My dear Berkeley—Every dog has ...

    Article : 257 words
  7. THE TICHBORNE CASE.

    THE 'Baliarat Courier' says:—Yesterday we announced that Burgess, who is wanted in connection with the alleged horse stealing case at Castlemaine, ...

    Article : 380 words
  8. PERSONAL BEAUTY.

    NEXT to complexion and hair, what is more beautiful than a good set of teeth? "Next!" I ought rather to have placed the teeth at the head of secrets of beauty. ...

    Article : 495 words
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    Advertising : 639 words
  10. EPITOME OF NEWS.

    WE compile the following from the various journals to hand:—The 'Tamworth Examiner' states that a little boy named Arthur Kent was ...

    Article : 1,553 words
  11. BRIDAL DRESSES—ANCIENT AND MODERN.

    ON casting a Retrospective glance at the bridal dressea worn by the sovereigns and queens consort of England and other countries up to the end of the eighteenth ...

    Article : 804 words
  12. SOME STRANGE TRUTHS.

    IT is strange that more frequent prayers are not offered in public religious meetings for the victims of strong drink. In the ordinary prayers of the social ...

    Article : 448 words
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