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  2. Colonial Education.

    We copy the following article on Education from the South African Commercial Advertiser, the principle being applicable to this, as well as every other Colony. We wish we could see something of the kind on a liberal scale, established in ...

    Article : 939 words
  3. Important Intelligence.

    Our readers will recollect we some time ago noueed ra lbe Colonial Time, that the Governor of Bombay had interfered with the [?] proceedings of the Judges of that province. That consequence has been, that Sir JOHN MALCOLM, the ...

    Article : 63 words
  4. Ikey Solomons.

    A rumoar has very generally prevailed, for the last three weeks, in the east end of the town, the theatre of the principal part of his exploits, that Ikey Solomons had terminated his career in South America, whither he had escaped form New York ...

    Article : 376 words
  5. The Black Natives.

    In our last number. in reporting that some natives had attacked and plandered the house of Mr. BROOK'S, at New Norfolk, we Stated that Lieut. FRY was in the house at the time, and that he had left behind him in the flight, sixteen ...

    Article : 283 words
  6. Deaths at Sydney.

    On Tuesday forenoon, October 27th, at his residence in Caatlereagh-street, J. Sampson, Esq., Solicitor-General. Mr. Sampson died very suddenly.—C. Macintosh, Esq., late Barrack-master of the Sydney Garrison, respected ...

    Article : 230 words
  7. Government Notices.

    The Licutenant Governor nas been pleased to appoint Mrs. CLARK, to be Matron of the King's Female Orphan School, [?] Mrs. NORMAN, deceased. The Lieutenant Governor has been pleased to direct, ...

    Article : 290 words
  8. Suppers.

    It is a mere mistake to condemn suppers. All the inferior animals stuff immediately, pievious to sleeping; and why not man, whose stomach is so much smaller, more delicate, and more exquisite a piece of machinery [?] Besides, it is a ...

    Article : 116 words
  9. Bugs' Repellent.

    We have the assurance of a Gentleman that, when travelling with his family, both in the last and present year, it has been their custom to attach small bags of camphor to different parts of their night dresses to keep away bugs; and that since they ...

    Article : 226 words
  10. Sheep and Wool.

    As we are always desi[?]us to inpart to our friends and the camerous settlers in[?]sted in the article of wool, which is enquestionably fast risign to one of primary importance as an export, and one of profit and return to Van Diemen's Ladd, ...

    Article : 569 words
  11. Scabby Sheep.

    The following recipe is said to be an effective application for the cure of this disease in sheep:—Farmers whose lands lie m a low situation, and are subject to this disease, will find the following recipe of infinite value. Take nitre, in powder, six ...

    Article : 638 words
  12. Sydney News.

    We have received Sydney papers by the brig Amethyst, to the 6th instant. The ship Guildford, Captain HARRISON, from Dublin, with 188 male prisoners, had arrived. She left Cork the ...

    Article : 1,828 words



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