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  2. Looking Around.

    ONE of the gravest dangers which beset the progress of the Australian colonies is the deficiency of public spirit among the holders of political and municipal offices. Instead of asking themselves in what manner they can ...

    Article : 1,277 words
  3. The Grave of the Last Native King of Wallerawang.

    Suggested by a pict[?] the ILLUSTRATED SYDNEY NEWS.) Tread lightly on that little heap of earth, For it is sacred, there is dust beneath, That from a royal chieftain drew its birth. ...

    Article : 470 words
  4. The Bermagui Mystery.

    OUR illustrations of this subject possess a painful interest. The circumstances surrounding the disappearance of Mr. Lamont Young, the Government Geologist, and his party, are of such a profoundly mysterious and ...

    Article : 1,669 words
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    THE THICKNESS OF A HAIR. —The microscope shows a variation in the thickness of human hair from the 1-250th to the 1-600th part of an inch; but, notwith-standing such fineness, it is a massive cable in ...

    Article : 370 words
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