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  2. THE SURVEY OF THE COAST.

    The following Memorial is said to be now being handed about for signature:— To His Excellency J. S. Hampton, Esq., Governor and Commander-in-Chief of Western Australia ...

    Article : 1,081 words
  3. Perth Gazette & W. A. Times.

    The topic which, above all others, has absorbed the thoughts of the whole colony of late, is the disastrous tenor of the intelligence received overland from Nicol ...

    Article : 3,760 words
  4. THE PARIS EXHIBITION.

    As regards the building itself, it is in the shape of an irregular oval, laid out in concentric galleries round a central kernel or garden. These galleries are more or less apportioned off ...

    Article : 1,313 words
  5. To the Editor of the Perth Gazette & W. A. Times.

    SIR,—What does your contemporary mean in his article about the Intercolonial Exhibition? Is he clumsily trying to get a money contribution for Mr. Were, in Melbourne, and ...

    Article : 220 words
  6. NEW SOUTH WALES.

    The following details of the disastrous floods which have occurred in New South Wales, are taken from the Sydney Morning Herald, July 22nd:— ...

    Article : 1,635 words
  7. WEST AUSTRALIAN ASPHALTE.

    About three months since the Colonial Secretary transmitted to Dr. Müeller, Melbourne, a specimen of Bitumen gathered by him from Rocks in the ...

    Article : 472 words
  8. VICTORIA PLAINS.

    In my last communication I stated that the farmers of V. Plains were very busy ploughing and sowing, in fear that as the rain came so late in the season, they thought there was no ...

    Article : 746 words
  9. VICTORIA AND NEW SOUTH WALES.

    THE arrival of the mails from these colonies does not place us in possession of much more news, than we had peviously via Adelaide. ...

    Article : 653 words
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