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  2. OUT OF THE HURLY BURLY.

    While speaking at the Sydney University last week en Australian unity end Imperial Federation, Lord Carrington became elequnent en the subject of a confederation of the ...

    Article : 920 words
  3. OLD OCEAN'S POWER.

    "THE saut sea foam!" What a whiff of the briny those words seem to bring in their train. However distant we may be, though leagues upon leagues he between us and the ...

    Article : 1,354 words
  4. OUR PARIS LETTER.

    An interesting exhibition will shortly be held at the Conversatiore des Arts ot Metiers. It will consist of a complete collection of arms and instruments used in ...

    Article : 1,187 words
  5. THE THIRTY MOST BEAUTIFUL WOMEN IN THE WORLD.

    It may be expected that we shall in the course of the next London Season have the opportunity of discovering who these favourites of nature are, for Messrs Pears ...

    Article : 134 words
  6. RESIGNATION OF CR. PILLEY.

    ON Monday last Cr. Pilley forwarded his resignation as councillor to the Town Clerk. This step has been occasioned by family "matters, which, as Mr. Pilley has stepped ...

    Article : 318 words
  7. A HOLIDAY GRUMBLE.

    HOLIDAYS again and others yet to come! We in Victoria are an insatiable people in this respect. At the orthodox periods, and at all times and seasons of the year, whenvever. ...

    Article : 1,373 words
  8. MISCELLANEOUS EXTRACTS.

    There was once an old monk walking through a forest with a little scholar by his side. The old man suddenly stopped and pointed to four plants growing close ...

    Article : 273 words
  9. EXTRAORDINARY RECOVERY OF DEAF MUTE.

    A most singular experience (says an English contemporary) bas just befallen a Rhondda collier named David Davies, of Treherbert, Wales. He was one of the ...

    Article : 215 words
  10. MESMERISED AND THEN MURDERED.

    Some time ago the wife of a wine merchant living at a large town in the Gironde was found dead in bed; a letter by her side explained the circumstances of her ...

    Article : 284 words
  11. SPORTING NOTES.

    Fitzroy were defeated by the Williams- town by 13 runs; Mitchell. McKirdy, and Coomber bowling well. Gue. Lederman made a fine catch in the out-field. ...

    Article : 132 words
  12. A NOVEL EXPERIMENT.

    At an "At Home," given by a Mrs Marshall at the Strand, London, and attended by Lord Sudeley, the 'Prince (Nawab) Ensoof, of the Punjaub, Sir ...

    Article : 230 words
  13. FOOTBALL.

    The teams for the Muff Football match, to he played at the Fitzroy Cricket ground on Good Friday, will he selected from the following: -Fire Brigade: J. Brown, ...

    Article : 307 words
  14. AN EXTRAORDINARY CAREER.

    A Well-dressed woman, who gave her Hame as Madame de Varney, was arrested lately on the charge of pocket-picking in the Champts Elvsces. She protested ...

    Article : 727 words
  15. WHY THOMAS NEVER CALLS.

    It was 11 clock. Thomas Singleman still lingered in the tapestry lined parlour of the Hogamont mansion. There was a slight noise upstairs when Claribella ...

    Article : 291 words
  16. EXHIBITION OF BOXING.

    THE pupils of Mr. Jem Mitchell gave an interesting exhibition of the above art last night, in the Studley Hall, Wellington- street, Collingwood. There was a crowded ...

    Article : 469 words
  17. LIFE AND CORRESPONDENCE OF ROBERT BURNS.

    Mr. Jaffray, commencing at the poet's earliest days, said: Burns was of humble parentage, born amid unassuming surround- ...

    Article : 388 words
  18. A 60-INCH OBJECT-GLASS.

    It cannot be said that the citizens of the United States are niggardly in the pro- vision made by them for the advancement of science; a bill having been introduced ...

    Article : 355 words
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