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  2. THE OATH OF EDWARD HARE.

    On the afternoon of the 6th January, 1821, a convict gang from Macquarie Harbour Station, on the West Coast of Van Di[?]man's Land, were engaged ...

    Article : 4,822 words
  3. WOOL SALES.

    Although to-day's selection was neither very large nor choice competition was exceedingly animated, and prices for merino wools were up to last week's level. ...

    Article : 953 words
  4. "YOUR HEALTH.

    All, especially the vendors of such things, know the irresistible desire there is during hot weather towards fluids, if possible, of a lower temperature than that ...

    Article : 1,382 words
  5. A JUMBLE SALE.

    The jumble sale held in St. Peter's Schoolroom, Eastern Hill, is the very antithesis of a bazaar. A bazaar demands that everything shall be new, dainty, ...

    Article : 1,565 words
  6. SIR WILFRID LAURIER.

    Just 40 years ago Mr. R. Laflamme, Q.C., of Montreal, took into his office as law student a callow youth of French-Canadian extraction, who had just passed ...

    Article : 754 words
  7. THE PRINCE OF WALES.

    The Prince of Wales is fifty-nine. His knowledge of politics, and people, not only of his own country, but of many others as well, is more complete than that of any ...

    Article : 418 words
  8. MELBOURNE MARKETS.

    15,540 yarded. The supply proved ample for a Christmas market, consisting chiefly of useful grades, with a moderate proportion of prime wethers. The demand was firm at fully former ...

    Article : 3,101 words
  9. A FRENCH VIEW OF THE COLONIAL TROOPS.

    Three colonies in particular have furnished contingents to the war, Canada, Australia, and, above all, South Africa. One may add, if one will, Newzealand, or ...

    Article : 448 words
  10. THE PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION.

    As the result of bets made on the Presidential election millions of dollars have changed hands to-day. A large number of Wall-street brokers staked big sums of ...

    Article : 278 words
  11. MR. WINSTON CHURCHILL.

    Mr. Winston Churchill, many-sided and versatile as ever, has (says the "Army and Navy Gazette") come out now as a public lecturer, and has landed himself into a ...

    Article : 220 words
  12. VOTING BY MACHINERY.

    An invention, patented by Mr. W. H. Howe, is now exhibited in London. This (writes a correspondent of "Chambers's Journal") is a machine which its contriver ...

    Article : 168 words
  13. Advertising

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    Advertising : 128 words
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