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  2. The Aborigines of New South Wales— their Habits, Laws, and Customs.

    THEIR most well-known gathering is a corrobberie, or corrobbora as they call it themselves. This. dance (or dances) has a great ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 1,641 words
  3. The Sydneyite on the Frozen Meat Trade.

    IT has been suggested to me that the readers of the SYDNEY ILLUSTRATED NEWS may not take much interest in my gossip about America, and what I saw and heard in Yankee Land; I shall therefore pass over my visit to ...

    Article : 1,162 words
  4. A Lady's Letter from London.

    HOSPITALS and institutions for the sick and afflicted abound in our country, and yet there seems an everincreasing demand for them. I know most of those in London pretty well, and scarce a week passes that I am ...

    Article : 1,409 words



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