The Daily News remarks that our national savings are variously estimated at from fifty to a hundred and fifty millions annually. A very considerable portion of this sum is devoted to ...Article : 279 words
A BULKY document is issued from the Government Printing Office every year under the name of the Statistical Register of the colony of Queensland. These ...Article : 1,247 words
WORK and earn What you eat; Do not lie. Steal or cheat; ...Article : 70 words
FAREWELL! Thou gallant little craft. Well may you on your voyage speed; Thy captain at grave perils may laughSkilful man is he in time of need ...Article : 814 words
AN independent editor says:Â— We do not belong to our patrons, Our paper is wholly our own; Whoever may like it may take it. ...Article : 1,065 words
A NEW article of export, made from the stock of the colony, is to us a noticeable acquisition. This we now have. A discovery was made in reference to the constituent ...Article : 1,368 words
IF the old proverb, "No news is good news," be worth believing, then this month's letter will be hailed by your readers with the satisfaction. ...Article : 1,528 words
The Governments of France, Belgium, Italy, and Switzerland signed, on the 2nd December, 1865, an agreement creating a monetary union, by the terms of which the coins of all these ...Article : 1,220 words
SLEEP, my childie, sleep, I' the hush of evening deep! Gone the last long lingering beam From where the tender speedwells dream ...Article : 688 words
NA doubt you'll ken yon miser chiel, Wha glooms just like the very deil, And has a heart that's cauld as steelÂ— Wae is his case, ...Article : 380 words
IT is rummer now, but it was winter, clear, cold, and the snow was finely packed. Dr. Meadows was one of a sleighing party, which he describes, so far as he and the young widow ...Article : 379 words
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