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  2. POETRY.

    SOFTLY, oh softly the years have swept by thee, Touching thee lightly with tenderest care; ...

    Article : 298 words
  3. Cales and Sketches.

    "LEE Leicester!" There was a chorus of laughter, and the name was repeated by half a dozen voices as the merry summer party came out of ...

    Article : 2,149 words
  4. Newspaper Supplements.

    THE practice of issuing supplements printed, wholly or in part, in as well as out of the colony, has come to be one very generally adopted ...

    Article : 366 words

    THE occupation of a drover is anything but a sinecure. Few of the citizens of Sydney or Melbourne, while comfortably enjoying their sirloin, are aware of the ...

    Article : 816 words
  6. Capture of a Notorious Female Thief and Swindler.

    AT the Water Police Court, on Friday, before Mr. Fisher, a young woman named Clara Thomas, alias Archbold, who was described as ...

    Article : 407 words
  7. The Ladies Column.

    THE wedding of Captain Charles Dawkins, King's Light Infantry, A.D.C., to his Excellency the Governor of the Cape of Good Hope, and formerly Governor of New ...

    Article : 447 words
  8. Startling Episode of the RussoTurkish War.

    THE Paris correspondent of the Times says that the following gives an absolutely authentic account of an unknown episode of the ...

    Article : 467 words
  9. Humour.

    "AW you fond of calves' bwains, Miss Belle?" "No, not particularly; but I can listen to yon for a while." "Jack, please don't; you muss my ...

    Article : 590 words
  10. The Inquiring Lady.

    "A. H. G." writes to the Listener: "Your observation that 'literary eminence does not effect much lodgement in the minds of people ...

    Article : 219 words
  11. Our Girls.

    LADY Brassey, the versatile author of "The Voyage of the Sunbeam," who is now "doing the grand" in the metropolis, has been taking stock of her fair sisters of ...

    Article : 297 words
  12. Failure of the Panama Canal.

    OFFICIAL accounts have reached Washington from naval sources (says the S. F. Bulletin) confirming the despatch of 16th May from ...

    Article : 418 words



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