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  2. BOURBON.

    DISASTERS OF THE FOURTH JANUARY.—The heat which had been excessive since the first days of December, had on the frst of January, become insupportable. Upon tha day the rain, which had only ceased for short intervals since ...

    Article : 1,058 words
  3. ANNUAL MEETING OF THE SOUTH AUSTRALIAN AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY.

    THE above meeting took place on Tuesday last. at Mr Payne's Hotel, Hindley street, at two o'clock, P. M.: James Frew, Esq., President of the Society, in the chair. ...

    Article : 4,719 words
  4. Local News.

    THE QUEEN'S BIRTHDAT.—The Gazette announces the usual Levee at Government House, on the twenty-fourth instant, at one o'clock. Her majesty's sable subjects are also assembling in great numbers, in anticipation ot this, to them ...

    Article : 1,340 words
  5. THE PUBLIC STREETS.

    AN adjourned public meeting was held on Tuesday, at Payne's Auction Mart Tavern, for the purpose of receiving the report of the Committee, ordered to inquire into the extent of the repairs ...

    Article : 1,166 words
  6. SHIPWRECKS AT MAURITIUS.

    "Since the first of the month the weather had been tempestuous and threatening, until the fourth, when it blew rery hard from the eastward accompanied by heavy rain. Towards four o'clock p. m. the sea had risen to a terrific ...

    Article : 397 words
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