IN persuing a lecture recently delivered at the Adelaide Institute, on the geology of the province, by Capt Sturt, we were exccedingly astonished by the following paragraph•— ...Article : 768 words
The Council met at 10 o'clock. The Council authorised a gram of £800 from the Colonial Treasury in aid of the erection of one-half of the proposed Intirmany. The ...Article : 92 words
Mr. W. H. Edmonds in appointed to be Chief Clerk in the Land Office. Mr. John Hance is appointed Chief Clerk, in the Register General's Office. ...Article : 1,412 words
If the journalists of Van Diemen's Land, whose odd and extravagant jealousy of South Australia, leads them to the publication of any fiction that they may deem injurious to its ...Article : 425 words
We have only room, for the present, to refer our readers to the important correspondence which they will find elsewhere, on the subject of the claims of the native inhabitants to ...Article : 66 words
IN the statistical article in our last we observed that the power given by the South Australian Act to appoint chaplains of the estabilshed Churches of England and Scotland, ...Article : 189 words
WE have received Melbourne papers to the 15th June. An outline of a journey into the interior, and one or two paragraphs are all we can find worth extracting. ...Article : 2,201 words
NOTWITHSTANDING the late unhappy illustrations of a deficiency in the invaluable quality which we place at the head of thus notice, it is truly gratifying to know that the numerous ...Article : 511 words
THE following, which we take from one of the latest Sydney papers, contains the announcement of a measure which we should gladly desire, to learn had been followed either by our ...Article : 239 words
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