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  2. Battling With Lions.

    Mr. F. Falkner Carter, in charge of the elephants attached to the Royal Belgian expedition into Africa, gives the following exciting account of a sudden encounter which he had with lions at Kerima, ...

    Article : 785 words
  3. The Australian Cricketers in England.

    Following we give the result of the matches played by the Australian team up to the present time during their present successful tour in England, and also a list of the ...

    Article : 956 words

    Time passed, and Lacy D[?]rd arose from her couch of pain again; the release for which she had hoped and prayed was not to be granted her. Her mission in life, it was evident, was not yet ...

    Article : 8,801 words
  5. The Temora Rush.

    Cobb's coach took 20 passenger's up today, including Mr. Lamont, the Government geologist, who has been instructed to report on the prospects of Temora. The weather ...

    Article : 398 words
  6. Another Frightful Atrocity in the New Hebrides.

    The public of Levuka (says the Fiji Argus, of August 9) were on Wednesday morning very much surprised at seeing the schooner Dauntless, which vessel only left on the 15th ...

    Article : 409 words
  7. Poisoned by Canned Beef.

    Henry Davidson, a bookkeeper at No. 618 Washington street, and residing at No. 140 Perry street, accompanied by his wife Mary and his three and a half year old daughter Blanche, went to Fort Lee, ...

    Article : 477 words
  8. English Mails for August and September.

    Following are the dates on which the various steamers of the different mail lines leave Sydney, and also of those of the Orient line which also carry mails: ...

    Article : 166 words

    An innocent looking little tot, with a big bundle addressed in a full round hand to a respectable resident of Tenth street, San Francisco, plucked a flashy man by the coat tail a few days ago and asked: "Hi, sir, ...

    Article : 175 words

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