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  2. THE AMERICAN PRESIDENCY.

    The quadrennial election of a President of the United States is an event that is never absent from the mind of an American Politician. No sooner is one ...

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  3. BREAK UP OF THE SUMMER.

    Early yesterday morning the sky pecame cloudy and lightning and thunder prevailed. The first centre of a disturbance passed over Adelaide at 10.45 a.m. when there was a ...

    Article : 673 words
  4. MINERALS AND HOW TO DIS. TINGUISH THEM.

    In mineralogy all gems, with the exception of the diamond, are classified together and constitute a separate family. It is perhaps a somewhat ...

    Article : 3,727 words
  5. COLONIAL TELEGRAMS.

    The new Prince's Bridge is expected to be ready in a few weeks. It will be 99 feet wide, and consequently the widest bridge in the world. ...

    Article : 251 words
  6. NEW SOUTH WALES.

    An engineer named John Stretton was drinking with two friends at Wallsend, on Saturday night, when one of the party dropped a lighted match upon a small cask ...

    Article : 223 words
  7. TASMANIA.

    Mining prices continue fairly well sustained, though one or two stocks show a decline, Confidence is still felt in the West Coast mines. ...

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  8. DEATH OF MR, ROLLESTON, C.M.G.

    Mr. Christopher Rolleston, C.M.G., died to-day. The deceased was born in Nottinghamshire in 1817, arrived in the colony in 1838, and engaged in farming on ...

    Article : 126 words
  9. THE CHINESE QUESTION.

    The Premier (Mr. Gillies) received a letter from Mr. Fysh, the Premier of Tasmania, expressing the hearty concurrence of his Government in the views ...

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  10. BROKEN HILL.

    A splendid rain fell last night between 7 and 8 o'clock, but it is again not this morning. Mining is quiet. ...

    Article : 180 words
  11. SIR HENRY PARKES ON LAND TAXATION.

    A large deputation, representing the Land Tax Association of Wagga, waited on the Premier (Sir Henry Parkes) this morning, and advocated a tax ...

    Article : 94 words
  12. INTERCOLONIAL RAILWAY PASSENGER TRAFFIC.

    Per express to Melbourne—Messrs. Watson, Binn, J.S. Read, Amsburg, F. J. Drew, Sanderson, Brighton, Smidt, Porter, Beaumont, Finlayson, S.R. ...

    Article : 143 words
  13. SMALLPOX AMONGST TAIYAN PASSENGERS.

    Smallpox has developed amongst the passengers by the steamer Taiyan, who were quarantined on Thursday Island on March 26. The passengers made several ...

    Article : 127 words
  14. THE LAND COMMISSION IN THE NORTH.

    The Land Commission sat this afternoon at Terowie having arrived by the morning train, and examined nine witnesses, principally from the Hundred of Wonna. ...

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  15. RAILWAY ACCIDENT AT PORT AUGUSTA.

    When the 5.30 train for Quorn went out this afternoon an engine and two trucks passed the points just outside the station safely, but the passenger carriage left the ...

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