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  2. CHINA.

    We recollect the late Miss Milford, then in the height of her literary fame, writing to an authoress who had just published her fist successful novel, in a tone of congratulation free ...

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  3. TELEGRAPHIC DESPATCHES

    In the Legislative Assembly Wood stated that several petitions had been received in favour of Costello, and that the Governor would be advised to release him and his ...

    Article : 135 words
  4. AGRICULTURE.—No. 4.

    Mr. Holland's property is situate on the River Gawler, about eight miles north-east of Gawler Town. The river runs through the property, so that there is always a constant supply of ...

    Article : 2,051 words
  5. GOOLWA AND PORT ELLIOT RACES.

    There was a much larger attendance on the course than on the previous day. The weather was very fine, and the presence of a considerable number of fair equestriennes save considerable ...

    Article : 896 words
  6. LAW AND CRIMINAL COURTS.

    Final hearing. The report of the accountant was read as follows:— "I have the honour to report that I have ...

    Article : 1,213 words
  7. USELESS AND USEFUL EXPENDITURE.

    Sir—I see by your paper that "South Australia is now dependent again on the Havilah for steam communication with Melbourne," in of the White Swan having been ...

    Article : 422 words
  8. WALLAROO.

    The work of sinking has been resumed at Stirling's Shaft, between the Matta and the Home Shafts, but no ore was being, raised last week. I hear also that the Company intend putting in an ...

    Article : 957 words
  9. IMPROVEMENT OF THE TORRENS.

    Sir—To one who has resided in Adelaide 10 years, and who has all that time deplored the condition of the Torrens bed, the determination lately arrived at by the Corporation to erect a ...

    Article : 613 words
  10. NEW SOUTH WALES.

    To-day teas and sugars barely maintained prices. Good accounts from Lachlan continue to reach Sydney. ...

    Article : 26 words
  11. PRIVATE TELEGRAM.

    The Rev. T. Q. Stow is suffering from serious liness, occasioned a good deal by functional derangement, which it is hoped will yield to treatment. He has only preached four ...

    Article : 70 words
  12. OUR PATCHED-UP SYSTEM OF EDUCATION.

    Sir—In one of your leading articles or a recent date you have spoken of cur present system of education in terms far from complimentary. It is true that notwithstanding the existence ...

    Article : 175 words
  13. PUBLIC TELEGRAM.

    The following notice was posted up outside the Telegraph-Office on Wednesday:— MELBOURNE SHIPPING.—Arrived at Heads—March 25, Ellen, schooner, from Circular ...

    Article : 41 words
  14. OPENING OF THE FRENCH LEGISLATURE—SPEECH OF THE EMPEROR.

    The Emperor opened the session of the Legislature at the Palace of the Louvre this day. The Imperial speech was as follows:— "Messieurs Senateurs, Messieurs Deoutes ...

    Article : 1,306 words
  15. THE LATE PRINCE CONSORT.

    A correspondent has forwarded for republication the following interesting scraps referring to the lamented Prince Consort. It will be seen that they have been called with ...

    Article : 1,339 words
  16. DISTRICT COUNCILS.

    Present—Messrs. Atkinson, Logan, Bastian, and Thomas. The Clerk reported balance, £155 10s. 7d. Messrs. Marshall and Thomas were to inspect a section in the Meadows, proposed by some ...

    Article : 1,058 words
  17. KAPUNDA.

    About a month ago a cricket club was formed here, which has since mustered about 35 members, and on Tuesday they played their first match, having challenged the Hamilton Club. The ...

    Article : 722 words
  18. POSTAGE-STAMPS.

    Sir—I have long delayed writing on this subject, thinking, peradventure, some person possessed of greater abilities than myself would have wielded his pen for the public weal ...

    Article : 911 words
  19. LOCAL COURTS.

    NEW DEVON MINING COMPANY v. WILKINSON.—Claim for £5, amount of allotment-call on 20 shares. The Attorney-General attended for the plaintiffs, and Mr. Fenn for the defendant. The ...

    Article : 830 words
  20. MOUNT REMARKABLE.

    Since my last communication nothing of importance has occurred worth mentioning, save and except the Oddfellows' anniversary dinner, which took place at the Mount Remarkable Inn on the ...

    Article : 380 words
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