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  • The Advertiser MONDAY, DECEMBER 23, 1678.

    In distent dependencies like the Australian colonies mournful events such as the death of any member of the Royal Family cannot be expected to evoke suck ...
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  • RAILWAY BUNGLING AS USUAL. TO THE EDITOR.

    Sir—A short time ago I addressed you on the inconvenience attached to procuring a ticket on Saturdays at the Adelaide Railway Station, and I understood that the inconveniences mentioned ... [Article] (251 words)
  • Advertising

    ... [Advertising] (140 words)
  • LONDON AND ADELAIDE TELEGRAPH. [SPECIAL TELEGRAMS.] LONDON, December 10, 5.30 p.m. Received December 21, 6.5 a.m.

    STEAMER SUNK AND LARGE LOSS OF LIFE. A French steamer has been sunk at Gallipoli, and 150 persons drowned. ... [Article] (381 words)
  • [REUTER'S TELEGRAMS.] ST. PETERSBURG, December 20.

    In consequence of the representations of the British Government, the Russian Govenment has sent instructions to General Kaufmann to recall the Russian Mission ... [Article] (436 words)
  • COLONIAL TELEGRAMS. VICTORIA. [From our own Correspondent.] Melbourne, December 21.

    The Home Government propose appointing a Deputy Governor in New Guinea. A severe thunderstorm, which caused considerable damage to property, broke over ... [Article] (661 words)
  • NEW SOUTH WALES. [From our own Correspondent.] Sydney, December 21.

    The new Ministers were sworn in this morning. Writs for the new election have been issued, and wade returnable on the 21st January. ... [Article] (745 words)
  • LOCAL TELEGRAMS. REDHILL, December 21.

    The stand for the publican's booth at the Institute opening festival on the 29th January next was sold to-day at auction by Davey & Wilkinson to John Pritchard for ... [Article] (62 words)
  • QUEENSLAND. [From our own Correspondent.] Cooktown, December 21.

    Splendid gold-bearing stone is being found on No. 2 North, Lady Mary Reef, and on the Louisa Company's claim. Heavy rains have fallen during the last ... [Article] (79 words)
  • SPORTING. KENSINGTON PARK RACES. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 21. [From our own Correspondent.] Melbourne, December 21.

    ... [Article] (118 words)
  • THEATRE ROYAL.

    On the reopening of the Theatre Royal on Saturday evening, December 21, a crowded audience assembled to witness the first presentation of "Uncle Tom's Cabin," as played by the ... [Article] (799 words)
  • THIS DEATH OF THE PRINCESS ALICE.

    Sunday, December 22, was observed as" a day of mourning for the death of the Princess Alice. At Government House the Royal Standard was half-masted, and on the Post-Office the Union ... [Article] (2544 words)
  • THE UNIVERSITY OF ADELAIDE. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 20.

    Present—The Vice-chancellor, The Treasurer, the Warden of the Senate, Dr. Gunson, Dr. Whittell, Dr. Thomas, Dr. Way, Messrs. Lyall, Todd, Hardy, Von Trener, Canon Farr, ... [Article] (699 words)

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