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  2. AN AUSTRALIAN TRAVELLER'S WILL.

    The will of Count Strzelecki has been proved in solemn form in London. The Count was also English knight, and was an accepted favorite in the great ...

    Article : 239 words
  3. SCHOOL TEACHING IN THE BUSH.

    The work of what may be truly styled "a bush teacher," under the Council of Education, New South Wales, is thus described in a letter by ...

    Article : 396 words
  4. THE SCULLING CHAMPIONSHIP OF THE WORLD.

    The following description of the race between Trickett and Rush on Saturday is by the special correspondent of the Argus :— ...

    Article : 2,043 words
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  6. [ORIGINAL.]

    BY FRANK JACKSON. There never was a billy like the one I have before me, It will not or it cannot boil, I don't know ...

    Article : 285 words
  7. CATTLE TRAVELLING.

    Professor Gamgee, in a recent address on the subject of importation of cattle made the following remarks. In regard to the transportation of fat cattle he ...

    Article : 305 words
  8. OCCASIONAL NOTES.

    It is not surprising that the Pope should be indifferent to the. Civil List annually placed at his disposal by the Italian Parliament, and which he fancies ...

    Article : 1,562 words
  9. FREE-TRADE IN AMERICA.

    We have no doubt (says an American contemporary) that free-trade and protection will become a live issue as soon as the Southern and financial ...

    Article : 316 words
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