WHAT'S amiss at W—? Most people are so far accustomed to the orthographical eccentricities of the provincial press, that they feel little surprise at any blunder, however ridiculous, provided that it is the only one in an issue. But ...Article : 1,758 words
THE picturesque suburbs upou the northern shores of Port Jackson are hardly sufficiently appreciated, even by those who are most familiar with them. They are, it is true, much prized by the residents, but it is astonishing how few ... [ILLUSTRATED]Article : 159 words
THERE is not much to encourage the lover of the drama in the theatrical record of the past four weeks. On the contrary, the irresistible conclusion is that the taste for the higher order of dramatic representation is dormant at ...Article : 1,437 words
MR. W. J. CLARKE, during his visit to England, has been able to obtain a first-class picture, by a great English artist, which has been lent to the trustees of the National Gallery, and is now on view in the great room. ... [ILLUSTRATED]Article : 175 words
THE arrival of the pioneer steamers of the P. M.S.S. Co. marks the commencement of a new era in Australian travelling. The City of San Francisco, the Colima, the Granada, and the Zealandia have successively awakened the ... [ILLUSTRATED]Article : 177 words
MY lady has a peerless air, a faultless form, and golden hair, But airs are taught, And figures bought, And aureoline's by no means rare. ...Article : 124 words
THE Intercolonial Cricket Match was played, out on Friday, Saturday, and Monday, February 25th, 26th, and 28th, amid an enormous ... [ILLUSTRATED]Article : 771 words
HAS one of the shortest, but most remarkably ridiculous prefaces that ever was written. It consists of five lines whereof the last three run thus. (The italics are ours.) "On a tombstone in Westminster Abbey, I once read, "If ...Article : 317 words
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