(From the Standard`s Correspondent.) The King's Head-quarters, Rheims, Sep. 13. I HAD, yesterday, a long interview with Count Bismarck, and as the dialogue, to which you ...Article : 1,573 words
THE quantity of liquid consumed by those who labor in hot weather, and especially those obliged to bear the heat of the sun, is enormous; so great that it is charged with causing not a ...Article : 1,113 words
IN reviewing the new work " On Phthisis and the Supposed Influence of Climate," by William Thomson, L.R.C.S., Edinburgh, the Australian says:—" Nearly one in three of the adult ...Article : 1,432 words
TRIPPING through the crowd, she came forward, and in a few words said that I was to be again set free—that I was not to wander outside the pa without a guard—and that in a day ...Article : 1,963 words
BEN SQUIRE has wrote about a curse Australia labors under; We are delighted with his verse And with his moral thunder. ...Article : 1,468 words
(Dedicated to Mr. William Moore, Prasident of the Petrieterrace Band of Hope.) WHAT is success To gain a large estate, And be the equal of the rich and great? ...Article : 1,451 words
AMONGST the buildings which ornament this good oity of Brisbane, is one which I never see but some impulse, for which I cannot account, compels me to stop 'and look at it. I am sure ...Article : 1,210 words
THE following items are from the column of "Home Interests" in the Weekly Tribune:— A.L. CROSSY says: Put a spoon in glass jars or tumblers, and you may then pour boiling ...Article : 605 words
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