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  2. ABSENTEES AND THEIR FAMILIES.

    IT would be very unwise to exaggerate or to misconceive the nature of the relief to be anticipated from the remedial measure which has just been enacted. Doubtless, it has saved the colony from ...

    Article : 1,649 words
  3. RICH V. POOR.

    Sir—I was particularly struck with a paragraph in the speech of Lord Palmerston, at a dinner given to him by his spends and admirers at Tiverton, in September last, as bearing upon the wonderful discoveries of gold in these ...

    Article : 363 words
  4. THE AUSTRALIAN GOLD DISCOVERIES.

    Heavy as are the losses and sudden the social revolution with which the Australian colonies are menanced from the recent discovery of their unlooked-for riches, we cannot for a moment, doubt that the good ...

    Article : 1,351 words
  5. PROTESTANTISM IN TURKEY.

    We observe in the Daily News of the 11th October i curious document copied from the last number of the Church Missionary Intelligencer. It is a firman issued by the Sultan respecting the ...

    Article : 797 words
  6. HINT TO THE FARMERS OF SOUTH AUSTRALIA. *

    Sir—Benevolence, charity, and "good will to men," all indicate, that as we cannot find gold m South Australia as yet, and the reports have gond forth to Europe of the success in other colonies, we may be assured that hundreds ...

    Article : 1,328 words
  7. NEW ZEALAND.

    The Lyttleton Times of Dec. 6th thus annnounces the discovery of a most promising bed of coal within the territory of the Canterbury settlement:—"A bed of coal has at length been discovered which ...

    Article : 445 words
  8. FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE.

    There is a report of a conspiracy against the Imperial Government at St. Petersburg, mentioned in the second edition of the Cologne Gazette (27th Oct.), which, if true, is very important. It is as follows. ...

    Article : 309 words
  9. COTTAGE ECONOMY—BEES.

    A correspondent of the Chelmsford Chronicle, who is a bee-keeper, observes that he often hears cottagers complain of the difficulty of paying rent; and is an efficient means of doing so, he recommends ...

    Article : 650 words
  10. LAW AND POLICE COURTS.

    Sarah Batdwia, charged with disorderly conduct, and [?] obscene language in Hindley-street on the previous Saturday night. made her (not first) appearance in public. Police-constable McLaine proved the charge and [?] ...

    Article : 114 words
  11. POLICE COURT. PORT ADELAIDE.

    [?] a dangerons lunatic, of which there certainly could be no doubt and the medical evidence was to the effect that it was ont safi to let him go at large. ...

    Article : 181 words
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