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  2. The Prize Essay on Cats.

    At the New York Cat Show the prize for the cat essay (10 dollars) was awarded to Walter C. Quevodo, of Brooklyn, his eff[?]rt being the best of 557. It was as follows:—The cat is a cuss that mews and purs, ...

    Article : 313 words
  3. The Comet.

    Mr. John Tebbutt, of the private Observatory, Windsor, has favoured the S. M. Herald with the following particulars respecting his discovery of a telescopic comet in the ...

    Article : 476 words
  4. A Mammoth Farm in New Zealand.

    In the Melbourne Australasian of 17th September is a full account of a visit paid to a Mammoth farm in the centre of the southern island of New Zealand, between Christchurch ...

    Article : 568 words
  5. ARRIVAL OF THE CALIFORNIAN MAIL AT AUCKLAND.

    The P.M.S.S. Zealandia with the English mails via San Francisco arrived to-day, one day in advance of contract time. The following is the list of passengers: ...

    Article : 231 words
  6. Perverted Enterprise.

    The United States is perhaps the most enterprising country on the face of the earth, that is, she possesses the largest proportion of enterprising inhabitants. But the feature ...

    Article : 355 words
  7. Smallpox in Sydney.

    The Echo of Tuesday says:—The worst case of smallpox which the Ambulance Corps have had to remove since they began duties on the 12th July, was that of the blackfellow ...

    Article : 288 words
  8. EUROPEAN NEWS.

    By the steamer Sikh, which has arrived in Hobson's Bay, we (Herald) have news to the 5th August:- THE BRADLAUGH SCANDAL. ...

    Article : 2,269 words
  9. The Melbourne Railway Disaster.

    The inquest on the bodies of those killed in the recent railway accident was concluded this morning, before Dr. Youl, City Coroner. The coroner, in summing up, strongly ...

    Article : 239 words
  10. Trade with India.

    Mr. James Inglis, Commissioner for India at the late Melbourne Exhibition, has lately received further advices from India respecting various consignments of Australian ...

    Article : 393 words
  11. CRICKET.

    The first match of the season, under the auspices of the Dungog Cricket Club, was played on the recreation ground last Saturday afternoon. The match was to have been ...

    Article : 464 words
  12. The Mount Browne Trade.

    Mount Browne is already becoming the scene of intercolonial competition. Last week Mr. Hutton, an experienced mining manager, paid a visit to the field in the ...

    Article : 456 words
  13. Nothing like Perseverance.

    Will the following information, from the Melbourne Australasian of 17th September, afford useful hints to our farmers on Liverpool Plains. If the Victorian Government can lower the charges on carriage by ...

    Article : 502 words
  14. Course of Post to and from Melbourne.

    As there is a large business connection between Maitland and other northern towns and Melbourne, we publish the following time table for general information, which ...

    Article : 229 words
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