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  2. XII.—THREATENED RESUMPTION OF TRANSPORTATION.

    Transportation to Australia is an idea not very likely to be realised; but as it is a course that has been seriously recommended, and even by a Judge on the Bench, the question is one ...

    Article : 1,782 words
  3. XIII.—MISCELLANEOUS.

    The report of the Destitute Board for the six months ending December 31, 1862, shows a considerable increase in the number of new cases, as compared with the new cases entered in the ...

    Article : 870 words
  4. XIV.—APPENDIX.

    The dull monotony that has shaded this township for Borne considerable time past was on Saturday afternoon broken through by the arrival of His Excellency the Governor-in-Chief The short notice ...

    Article : 1,958 words
  5. INQUESTS IN 1862.

    The number of violent deaths, and deaths resulting from unknown causes, is now fearfully on the increase. Within three years the inquests held have risen nearly 50 per cent., the ...

    Article : 1,545 words
  6. RIFLE SHOOTING AND OTHER SPORTS.

    The following are the particulars of the firing at the return match between the Adelaide and the Strathalbyn Rifle Clubs, which took place at Strathalbyn on Friday, February 6:— ...

    Article : 3,335 words
  7. SOUTH AUSTRALIAN BENEFIT SOCIETY.

    The first anniversary dinner of the South Australian Benefit Society was held in the Roman Catholic Schoolroom Franklin-street, on Wednesday, February 11. The dinner, which was of a very superior and abundant ...

    Article : 2,073 words
  8. COMPLIMENTARY DINNER TO MESSRS. AULD, FREW, AND KING.

    On Friday, the 30th January a most agree[?]able evening was spent by the old scholars of the Adelaide Educational Institution, in [?] Messrs, [?] ...

    Article : 1,492 words
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