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  2. Correspondence.

    Sir,—In a recent issue of your paper your say "we are told it is quite practicable for a person who has urgent business in the metropolis, to leave Queanbeyan by this route on ...

    Article : 753 words
  3. ON PROMISES GIVEN, AND HOW FULFILLED—No. 5.

    SIR,—Contentment on the part of the people is one of the principal things that will cause this to be a good and prosperous colony. And what will cause most contentment, I believe, ...

    Article : 1,115 words
  4. Original Poetry.

    I have heard the bold mariner in an ecstasy rave, About the stern grandeur of the dark rolling wave, Where the wanton winds whistle through cordage and sail, As the gallant barque heaves' neath the breath of the gale. ...

    Article : 181 words
  5. Scraps.

    DOMESTIC GOVERNMENT.—It is just as possible to keep a calm house as a clean house, a cheerful house as a warm house, if the heads set themselves to do so. Where is the ...

    Article : 1,084 words
  6. HORSE-HUNTING AT MOLONGLO.

    SIR,—Having started from here to the above locality in search of a horse which I lost about 11 months ago, I arrived on Saturday evening last evening at Mr. Shanahan's station, situate ...

    Article : 1,016 words
  7. WAYSIDES KETCHES.

    Queanbeyan, snugly ensconced between confronting ranges and set right on the banks of the river whose name it bears—an ever-flowing crystal-clear tributary of the Murumbidgee, ...

    Article : 625 words
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