It should scarcely be necessary at the present day to insist on the superiority of Gas over other means of artificial illumination. But prejudices still linger against ...Article : 1,411 words
SIR,—A friend of mine asked me the other day whether I had seen the announcement in the Goverment Gazeete about tenders for the first section of the ...Article : 441 words
The opposition to the introduction of Chinese labor is assuming an important and ominous aspect in the colonies to the eastward. For a length of time ...Article : 1,178 words
DEAR SIR,—I was travelling on the load with my team last summer, when from the dust and heat I got an attack of sore eyes. I had no eye-water with me ...Article : 214 words
Hortensio.—I promised we would be contributions. Tranio.-And do as adversaries do In saw-strive mightily. but eat and drink as friends. Grumio and Blondello.—O. excellent motion! ...Article : 38 words
Correspondents must enclose name and address, not for publication, but as a guarantee of good faith; and it must distinctly be understood that we in no ...Article : 74 words
SIR,—The Herald, in a paragraph commenting on the recent W.A.Agricultural Society's dinner at Perth, attempts to make great capital of the fact (if it is one) ...Article : 918 words
SIR,—In the W. A. Times of 3rd inst Mr. S. H. Parker has favored the public with extracts from letters he has lately received from Singapore on the vexed ...Article : 735 words
SIR,—A great deal has been written respecting the necessity of finding work for the large number of men out of employ, and I notice in the report of Mr. ...Article : 194 words
SIR,—In the report of proceedings of the City Council published in your last issue it is said thai I " (the master of the Catholic Boys' School)" asked the Council ...Article : 187 words
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