It is a common cry with the pesismists who like to predict the proximate downfall of the British Empire that British trade is being seriously and injuriously affected by foreign ...Article : 301 words
Prof. John Collett, Ph. D., State Geologist of Indiana, gives some statistics in relation to the mastodon, that dispels the notion that these animals did not live in recent times. ...Article : 516 words
The Gundagai Times relates the following case:—"Ten pounds a day is not bad wages for a cook. Yet such a sum it has cost one of our townsmen for the luxury of badly ...Article : 372 words
Wool.—This being the off week, no sales were held and consequently quotations remain unaltered. Prospects for the coming clip are generally of a satisfactory character, and we anticipate a very ...Article : 2,475 words
Vaccination is highly fashionable just now. Every West-end doctor when he can capture a healthy British baby holds a levee which crowds of the most distinguished patients attend. Everybody is being ...Article : 358 words
Fancy fairs are being now conducted under the most brilliant auspices, and upon a scale seldom witnessed at home or abroad. As a means of collecting money for charitable ...Article : 313 words
DUBBO STOCK REPORT.—July 28.—The weather, since our last, has been fine. On Friday night it commenced raining, and continued to come down during the night. About half an inch of rain fell. ...Article : 2,626 words
The following is the half-yearly report of this company:- The directors beg to submit their report of the company's affairs for the past six months. The works at the mine, the ...Article : 462 words
A century ago what a man discovered in the arts he concealed. Workmen were put upon an oath never to reveal the process used by their employers. Doors were kept closed, artisans going out were ...Article : 321 words
Wool.—There are no transactions of importance to report in this market, the ordinary small lots offering at this season meet ready sale at full rates. Sheepskins.—We have offered large supplies ...Article : 1,041 words
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