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  2. MR. CONRAD WORNUM'S STATISTICS.

    Sir—Full many a gem of purest ray serene The dark unfathomed caves of ocean bear; Full many a flower is born to blush unseen ...

    Article : 673 words
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  4. OUR DEFENCES, &c.

    Sir—Referring to the chief theme which is now demanding serious thought, it appears reasonable to assert that the people of the colony have been extremly patient in ...

    Article : 346 words
  5. THE INSPECTOR OF PUBLIC-HOUSES.

    Sir—Knowing that yon are ever ready to expose injustice, I write this, hoping it will draw attention to the gross injustice some suffer inadvertently at the hands of the ...

    Article : 542 words
  6. DUTISS—OF OUR MINISTRY.

    Sir—So many letters have been written on the neglect of our Government in not making such preparation for the defence of this colony as lay in their power, that I think not only ...

    Article : 255 words
  7. AUSTRALIA IN DEFENCE.

    Sir—I am not a soldier, and am not sure of rule or precedent in a matter of this kind, but it has occurred to me that in any scheme of Australian defence, while each separate ...

    Article : 141 words
  8. COMPETITIVE EXAMINATIONS.

    Sir—With feelings of delight and gratitude I perused a very valuable article in your issue of April 9, by J. Lindsay Leary, M. A., on the above subject, and the injury arising ...

    Article : 454 words
  9. SOUTH AUSTRALIA'S HIDDEN TREASURES.

    Sir—I sincerely hope, and pray too, that the wealthy in this colony will arise up from their slumber and gather fresh energy and renewed determination to make this colony ...

    Article : 1,292 words
  10. TRAINS ON THE SOUTHERN RAILWAY.

    Sir—In his desire to work the Hills Railway on commercial principles the Commissioner of Public Works seems to have overlooked the fact that the passengers who ...

    Article : 351 words
  11. IS THE INTERCOLONIAL EIGHT-OAR RACE, 1886, FOR GENTLEMEN?

    Sir—Mr. Blackmore is to be thanked for his spirited and assuring letter respecting the Port men. But I understood that on account of an absurd class distinction some ...

    Article : 285 words
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