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  2. VISIT OF H.R.H. THE DUKE OF EDINBURGH.

    In our last we gave an account of the proceedings which took place during the day, we now add that which look place in the evening. THE GERHAN TORCHLIGHT PROCESSION ...

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  3. VICTORIA.

    You will br for the next fortnight the [?]uthors rather than the receivers of news, and will have but little relish for the doings of the other colonies, while those colonies will regard your ...

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  4. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 5.

    On Tuesday forenoon H.R.H. the Duke of Edinburgh planted a oedar tree in the Botanic Garden at the foot or the eminence on which stands the status of Nlobe. Three trees were to bare ...

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  5. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 6.

    Ten o'clock mi the hour appointed for the train with H.R.H. Prince Alfred to leave the Adelaids Station for Kapunda and Gawler, bat long before that time large crowds had assembled at Government ...

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  6. THE SUBSCRIPTION BALL.

    Those who feared some time back that this demonstration would not prove worthy of the occasion were agreeably disappointed. All fears on this head were dissipated several days ago and when it ...

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  7. VISIT TO GAWLER.

    The Gawlerites have always a been celebrated for the manner in which they carry out their public demonstrations; but never have they been au successful, or so deferring of commendation for ...

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  8. LAYING THE FOUNDATIONS STONE OK PRINCE ALFRED COLLEGE.

    For a long time the idea of building a College iu connection with the Wesleyan body hag been mooted and at a breakfast held in the Wesleyan Lecture Hall, in July last, the subject was ...

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  9. RECEPTION AT KAPUNDA.

    The reception of His Royal Highness at Kapunda was thoroughly loyal and demonstrative. Although the inhabitants had been relying upon a grant from the Reception Committee towards decorating the ...

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  10. THE ATHLETIC SPORTS.

    The athletic sports by members of the Adelaide Amateur Athletic Club took place directly after the review, upon the North Park Lauds, between the South Australian Cricket Club's ground and ...

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  11. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 2.

    A Review of the Military and Volunteer forces took place this morning—if the few simple movements which were performed can be designated a" review." Shortly after 10 o'clock the Volunteers began to ...

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  12. NEW ZEALAND.

    On the 10th of this month one of the most, if not the most, important sessions that New Zealand has ever seen was brought to a close. As usual the body of the Legislative Council ...

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  13. THE ILLUMINATIONS.

    The illuminations on Tuesday evening were confined principally to King Willlan-street. tod in every instance they were thoroughly successful, and in every respect satisfactory. The Government ...

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  14. HIS ROYAL HIGHNESS ON BOARD THE GALATEA.

    Early on Sunday morning the Duke proceeded in Ilia carriage to the Semaphore Jetty, in order to spend the day on board mm Galatea. He was met on the pier by the President of the Marine Board, ...

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