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  2. REVIEW.

    It is a truism that unity of design in combination with endless diversity of action, constitutes one of the most striking features of the Almighty's works. Why cannot we admit that as possible in relation to ...

    Article : 3,980 words
  3. WOODSIDE.

    On Tuesday, October 27th, the above thriving township presented a very gay appearance, it being the anniversary of the Loyal Onkaparinga Lodge of Oddfellows, M.U. According to arrangement the ...

    Article : 830 words
  4. NATIONAL POETRY.

    Sir—May I be allowed to offer a few criticism on the song which has just obtained the prize at Gawler. I find that the general opinion with regard to it is that, though in many respects a beautiful production, ...

    Article : 413 words
  5. DRINKING THE PARLIAMENT.

    Sir—On perusing the Register this morning, I was astounded to find that you and your jolly companions of the Loyal Norwood Lodge of Oddfellows had (in a kind manner) actually drunk the Houses of ...

    Article : 231 words
  6. THE OPEN COLUMN.

    [The Editor does not hold himself responsible for opinions expressed in this portion of the paper. It is open for purpose of free discussion, provided the topics selected are of public Interest and are temperately argued.] ...

    Article : 40 words
  7. THE STOCKS OF WHEAT AND FLOUR.

    Sir—In reply to the letters of the "Adelaide Farmer," and "A Farmer in the Hills," I have to remark that, taking their statement of deficiency of breadstuffs in Victoria as correct, 8,000 to 9,000 tons ...

    Article : 678 words
  8. THE POST-OFFICE AUTHORITIES.

    We have been requested to publish the following correspondence:— I. [From the Postmaster-General to the Editor of the ...

    Article : 483 words
  9. POETIC WIVES AND MR. "T."

    Sir—Thank goodness I've found a friend and protector at last, for as your correspondent "T" says, "If a woman and a wife is a poet, her household is slovenly, her children neglected, and her husband, ...

    Article : 310 words
  10. EMIGRATION.

    Sir—I have in my service a nurse-girl, who came out in the ship Bee, about 12 months ago. She came from Holmfirth, in Yorkshire; there were 40 emigrants from the same place, who all left together, and ...

    Article : 114 words
  11. PATRONS OF FRIENDLY SOCIETIES.

    Sir—I should feel obliged if you would correct a gross mistake of your reporter relative to the proceedings of the anniversary dinner of Court Perseverance, A.O.F. ...

    Article : 96 words
  12. LAW COSTS.

    Sir—A case occurred on Saturday showing, most forcibly, that some alteration is necessary in connection with the question of costs in cases tried in the Local Court of full jurisdiction. The facts are briefly ...

    Article : 343 words
  13. POETS, DRONES, AND TOPERS.

    Sir—Will you premit me to tell your correspondent "T" that there are writers infinitely more hurtful than poets to society. Sour, cheerless men. who hold grovelling views of life, are incapable of appreciating ...

    Article : 158 words
  14. KOORINGA.

    Revivalism here is at present discontinued, but its fruits are palpably seen in our town and neighbor-hood; upwards of 500 of the townsmen are said to hare been converted. The different churches are ...

    Article : 343 words
  15. FREE PORTS AND FREE TRADE.

    Sir—When I last had the honor to address the public through the medium of your paper, on the subject of making South Australia a free port, and abolishing the Customs, I never dreamed for a ...

    Article : 809 words
  16. THE POLITICAL ASSOCIATION.

    Sir—I perceive in your paper of Saturday a report of a meeting of the Political Association, held at the Rose Inn, on Friday last; and as that report is unfaithful, because untrue, conveying statements which ...

    Article : 711 words
  17. THOUGHTS ON BEING TOLD OFF FOR FIRING (FIRST TIME.)

    BY "C," OF THE AWKWARD SQUAD. If a body shoot a body Aiming at the Butt, Will a body take a body, ...

    Article : 227 words
  18. PRIZE POETRY.

    Sir—If you insert any more of these precious productions let it be as advertisements; if they are worth anything they are worth paying for, otherwise let us have no more of them. ...

    Article : 479 words
  19. KAPUNDA.

    There a no news at present worth relating, with the exception of a violent hail-storm, which fell on Sunday morning between 5 and 6 o'clock, consider-able damrge being done. The storekeepers have ...

    Article : 180 words
  20. THE SONG OF AUSTRALIA.

    A thousand faults the critics find, To shreds and tatters rend it; One only fault she finds with them— 'Tis that they cannot mend it. ...

    Article : 42 words
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  22. CLARE.

    In my last I wrote you the weather at that time was sultry, and a tendency to thunderstorm. On Thursday and Friday last we were visited with heavy rain, which was acceptable to all, and accompanied ...

    Article : 170 words
  23. TO THE EDITOR OF THE CHRONICLE.

    Sir—my attention has just been called to an attempted criticism on my Australian Anthem, in your paper of yesterday's date. I refer to the letter signed "Branding Iron." ...

    Article : 295 words
  24. INTEMPERANCE.

    Sir—The subject of intemperance has often been brought forward in the public journals, and a more important one I think cannot occupy the attention of the public; particularly those gentlemen who are ...

    Article : 633 words
  25. CORPORATION DOINGS.

    Sir—The Corporation of this place has, by judicious application of silt recovered from the river, greatly improved the footpaths, and filled up many unsightly holes in the streets, considering the force employed, ...

    Article : 285 words
  26. ANGASTON.

    On the 29th ult., a general meeting of the rate-payers of this district was held at the Angaston Hotel, for the purpose of adopting a rate. Mr. William Clark, Chairman to the Council, was unanimously ...

    Article : 313 words
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