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  2. Observations of the Sun.

    We find an article in the Scientific American of February 26, giving a very useful summary of the present state of (supposed) knowledge of the spot years on the sun's ...

    Article : 1,164 words
  3. Thomas Melville Winder.

    A London newspaper, Fact, contains the following paragraphs: Who, of the old colonists did not know Thomas Melville Winder, and knowing, esteem ...

    Article : 467 words
  4. Maitland Circuit Court.

    The Court re-opened at half-past nine. In addition to the barristers present the previous day, Mr. F. W. Meymott was also in attendance. SENTENCES. ...

    Article : 3,743 words
  5. The Italian Immigrants.

    The hiring of the Italian immigrants was resumed at the Agricultural Hall on Friday morning, and was continued until four o'clock in the afternoon, with very ...

    Article : 438 words
  6. Official Corresponde

    The following official correspondence forwarded to us by Mr. H. H. Brow[?] Durham, is now printed for the infor[?] readers who may be interested in [?] ...

    Article : 351 words
  7. Alleged Malpractices iu the Fiji Labour Trade.

    A preliminary inquiry (we learn from the Fiji Times) has been held in the High Commissioner's Court, Levuka, before the Hon. J. Gorrie, Judicial Commissioner, into ...

    Article : 436 words
  8. German Opinion on English Colonisation.

    Under the title of "Hannibal in England, from a Continental Point of View," Dr. Lorenz von Stein, the greatest living economist in Germany, contributes a very ...

    Article : 671 words

    On [?]ood Friday a match was pla[?]s sentatives of the above[?]amed [?] difficulty in mustering their men only six men of their own team ...

    Article : 189 words
  10. Course of Post to and from[?] Melbourne, SINCE EXTENSION OF RAILWAY TO ALB[?]

    As there is a large business conn[?] between Maitland and other northern [?] and Melbourne, we publish the foll[?] time table for general information,[?] ...

    Article : 259 words

    SIR—Having noticed two letters in the Mercury upon the above subject, and the writer of one letter askod to be informed if other persons had seen the [?]ungi alluded to by him. ...

    Article : 215 words



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