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  2. F[?] W[?] Ship.

    IT has for some time past been asserted without contradiction that a firm of shipbuilders on the Clyde has received an order from the Russian Government for a monster ironclad. ...

    Article : 574 words
  3. Cultivation of Sugar Cane.

    THE introduction of Sorghum into the Middle and Western States some fifteen years ago, and its continued cultivation since, created a demand for a class of small mills before ...

    Article : 1,975 words
  4. Leichhardt.

    THE ' S. M. Herald ' says,—A romantic chapter in the history of Australiin exploratien, after having been generally regarded as closed for ever, has been unexpectedly ...

    Article : 552 words
  5. Advertising

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    Advertising : 1,550 words
  6. Frank Gardiner.

    As in connection with recent affairs the name of this notorious ex-brigand has cropped up, some particulars of how he progresses in San Francisco may not prove uninteresting. Frank ...

    Article : 321 words
  7. Barometry.

    THE following "Note" is from the Melbourne Observatory. How far it applies to this latitude we are not in a position to say:— There are a few general rules which are ...

    Article : 312 words
  8. Preserved, in Ice.

    SPECULATING on the advantage that may occure from the discovery of a process of suspending animation in living beings by means of freezing, the New York ' Times ' writes:— ...

    Article : 372 words
  9. Death of Peter 'Possum.

    MR. RICHARD ROWE, So well known as writing under the nom de pl[?]me of " Peter 'Possum," died in London on December 9. The 'Home News' gives the subjoined ...

    Article : 434 words
  10. Australian Meat

    THE idea of a correspondent in the " Herald," that Australian tinned meat should be distributed among the distressed people of Ireland is in one or two aspects a good one. Our ...

    Article : 312 words
  11. A Lady Spy.

    A LADY correspondent writes from Manora to the ' Civil and Military Gazette ' at Kurrachee:—There is a little building here called Lodge " Endeavor," in which the " masons " ...

    Article : 445 words
  12. Fossil Footprints.

    FOR the following exceedingly interesting paper we are indebted to Mr. George Wycliffe, at present a resident of Marytown in this colony. It is to be hoped that its ...

    Article : 820 words
  13. Rowing.

    THE ' Echo ' says,—Although Trickett is fairly entitled to hold the rowing championship of the world until any one chooses to come to Sydney to take it from him, his letter ...

    Article : 324 words
  14. The Victorian Assembly.

    THE worst scene, that ever occurred in the House, took place last Thursday. Mr. M'Intyre made an effort to again bring on a discussion on the Embassy vote, and the ...

    Article : 582 words
  15. A Good Example.

    IN the year 1865 a Scotchman, John Munro by name, purchased Canmarrow station. A succession of dry seasons set in, culminating in the awful draught of 1868. Bub Mr. Munro ...

    Article : 301 words
  16. Colonial Defences.

    ON this subject a correspondent writes to the 'Globe' as follows—" Sir,—The question of colonial defence is one of such vast moment, as well to the mother country us to the colonies ...

    Article : 497 words
  17. Foreign Sugar Bounties.

    WE extract the following from the ' Times ' of the 1st November last:—"Sir,— I have just returned, from attending important meetings of the united trades councils of ...

    Article : 303 words



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