THE PRINCE'S HIGHWAY. Constant pushing can achieve wonders. Australian motorists have in their minds' eye the making of a roadway around the coast from Adelaide to Brisbane. In the South Australian Government Gazette this week, there is a proclamation which in- timates that the main roads mentioned in the schedule have been made part of the "Prince's Highway" from Adelaide to Melbourne; and it is directed that such thoroughfares shall be known by the name. The roads in question are as follow:— "All those main roads forming a continuous route beginning at the corner of South terrace and Hanson street, in the city of Adelaide, and extending generally in a south-easterly direction via the towns of Aldgate, Strathalbyn, and Wellington, thence across the River Murray, and thence via Meningie, along the Coorong to King- ston, and thence via Robe, Beachport, Mil- licent, Gambier Town, and Caveton, to eastern boundary of South Australia."