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  2. He'll Shue Them.

    There was a mild accident on the Central Railway, the other day, near Westwood. Coming suddenly round a curve, the engine of a passenger train crashed into the break-van of a goods train. When ...

    Article : 140 words
  3. A Trip in the Rockton.

    Dear FIG.—Waiting here on board the s.s. Rockton, in the Gulf of Carpentaria, for the tide to enable the Dugong tender to reach Normanton, the thought struck me that some particulars of our doings during ...

    Article : 383 words
  4. Intoxication, Non-Alcoholic.

    The old-fashioned spree is in danger of extinction. The bariey bree is likely to be supplanted by insidious vapors. No more will the friend of your, soul link his arm in yours and say, "What'll yer ...

    Article : 229 words
  5. The Burglar's Little Joke.

    Melbourne is just now infested with gangs of burglars. On a recent Sunday, one gang made an attempt to get into Kozminsky's jewellery shop, at the corner of Elizabeth and Bourke streets. The ...

    Article : 281 words
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    Oh, the breezes blow, And the white yachts go Far out o'er the heaving sea; And I rise and sink ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 93 words
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    Advertising : 28 words
  8. Spinning out a Remittance.

    It was in the good old days at Ravenswood, when Tom Drummond dwelt there. He was supposed to be a miner, though he did not do much in that line, being what is generally called "a remittance man." ...

    Article : 400 words



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