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  2. THE STATE OF THE COLONY.

    It has been pointed oat to the preachers of depression that they are confounding two sets of losses which are essentially different—private with public and speculative with ...

    Article : 5,179 words
  3. DESTITUTION IN 1869.

    The latest issue of the Government Gazette contains a document which will be [?] instructive when read in connection with the events of the past fortnight It is the ...

    Article : 1,940 words
  4. THE GOVERNMENT SCHOOLS IN 1869.

    We have again to congratulate the Board of Education on its voluminous, report for 1869. It furnishes a minute and comprehensive survey of the state of public ...

    Article : 1,592 words
  5. THE BURRA BURRA

    Visitors to Kooringa are for old associations' sake still tempted to turn aside and spend half an hour at the old Burra Burra Mines. It is due to their former reputation ...

    Article : 1,260 words
  6. ANOTHER VICTORY FOR NATIONAL EDUCATION.

    The Congregational Union required just such an address as it received on Tuesday from its Chairman. Previous discussions of the education question and left it in a ...

    Article : 1,568 words
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