The following extract from a letter received lately from this district appears in the Economist (Melbourne): —You think we must have had a hard time of it last ...Article : 1,654 words
Advertising in Sydney seems to be fast rising to the rank of high art, as witness the following supposed extract from "Notes of a Traveller," under the heading of "An Unpleasant Acquaintance," in the Herald of ...Article : 1,697 words
Before speaking of M. Dore's performance as an illustrator of the great Puritan epic, we wish to say a few words concerning the "Life of Milton," by Dr. Vaughan, which is prefixed to the work. Dr. Vaughan, ...Article : 1,621 words
Sir,—As I am given to understand within the last half-hour, there have been some falsifications circulated in regard to the interview which say friend, Dr. Daems, had with you the other day relative to the ...Article : 173 words
The cultivation of the sugar-cane has been commenced in earnest on the banks of the Mary. We not long ago chronicled the formation of the Maryborough Sugar Company; soon after this, of the erection by ...Article : 1,725 words
The Times remarks with perfect truth that lying for the purpose of cheating is so common on the Stock Exchange that people there appear to think nothing of it; and the case is undoubtedly the same in many ...Article : 1,718 words
Dear Sir,—Your strange letter of the same date herewith has been duly received. You assume that I "wrote and published" the article to which you refer. I infer from your language that you consider I have ...Article : 461 words
A correspondent of the Times, with the signature "In Usum Sarum," tells a story of how a clergyman who was a great stickier rubrical regularity was cured ...Article : 961 words
"It is the fashion in California," says a New York contemporary "for gentlemen to take their families to the country and camp out for a month. They pitch their tents and lend a ...Article : 84 words
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