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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. THE ARMY. To the Editor of the Southern Australian. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 2 April 1840

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. THE ARMY. To the Editor of the Southern Australian. Mr. Editor, — In common with all well meaning and patriotic inhabitants of Adelaide, I have felt some sorrow and much indignation,     at a copy of verses which you published in a late Number of the Southern Australian, en- titled, " The Adelaide Tambourgi." I trust that   with that spirit of fairness which should cha- racterise a public Journalist, and which I be- lieve has always characterised you, you will give insertion to the following remarks thereon, or rather, on the subject to which they relate. The writer of those verses is, I presume, a very young man. At least he is a very flippant and malicious one, or he would not attempt to cast ridicule on the gallant defenders of the   people of South Australia. I say attempt, for fortunately the creature is as powerless as he is spiteful, and like others of the smaller reptiles,   possesses o...

Publication Title: Southern Australian
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Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 2 April 1840

Overland Route ta Swan River. 4 Ta Meeting of the principal stockholders of South Australia, held ai Mr. Row land's, on the 30th March, 1840, for the purpose of considering- the props ietv of estahiishi: ti un overland communication vvii'j Wesieru Australia. P¡es nt Messrs D. McLaren Messrs C iorge Stevenson it i ney E w ird Stephi tis A'»"If y fl «e. Munni n > M Fa-lane M ..?kin F,..» R. li. Gleeson linker lia dy Cat»t. Gr-v Morphett ¡Ht Rolands Finnis Mr. McLaren was caU-d tn lite ch air. 1. Moved hy Mr. Morphett, seconded by Mr. Edward Stephens "That it is die opinion of this nu'etin? that a" over'íin i coniniuiiicatinti be ween South Austral * and Wes'ern Austra ia nronld conduce ni st tii&te' iia!ly to iiiad«f«m e.nant and pruste i y of boib colonies, and ttrat it is also the ouii inn of th*' meeting; that the i formation kindly given hy j Ca-itatn Gery, late Commandant o: Kt"R George's Sou id, «-ho ha* recently landed in Sooth Aus tralia, lias afforded tin* colonist...

Publication Title: Southern Australian
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EXPEDITION OF THE FRENCH [?] "L'ASTROLABS" AND "LA ZELEE." [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 2 April 1840

EXPEDITION OF THF. FRENCH CoRVETTlS** L'As TuGLAUts" AND i,A ZELEE." Ever? inliabilant of Hobart Tom rt may cal) t< mind lite circumstance of tte vessels L'Aslrotalu and La Zélée, placed under tbe orders ol' Comino dore d'Uivitle, having visaed ibis pori during tu« I la ter part of of last .Dec*-nicer, win ie they re mained fiftee.« days. These corvettes are again tn our .harbour, having returned to receive or board -such of the min «s .wereallowed to remair fer the benefit ol their health. These vessels, which h*ve succeeded in reach ing ns «fier algti¿ at^ pairüiil vnja^e of díaeov> rj lo the south ot Cape »Horn, accoss the gTea'-ei pan of Polynesia, and ihe Oriental Archipelago, were attacked by dysentery on their passage from Suma ra to Van Diciuei.'a L-nd, an -evil from which iimsl of the men w«-re dangerously »uffcr¿u¿ and to wh<ch many ie l victims. Notwithstanding lin». d<awtaek Couimxdo't D, Ur» i de .wai desirou» of proceeding a second t...

Publication Title: Southern Australian
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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 2 April 1840

Li CAL INTELLICESCE. ANOTHER SÍ'rei AL SURVEY.-Dorins: the pasi week, a special survey was taken by the VicitKta-öurvey Association, at the sources of the Torrens, The dtsltrici, in winch this survey has bpen taken, adjoins one of the hes* special surveys of the South Australian Company. llox. HENRY ELLIOTT.-From a late number of the ** íiobar» Town Advertiser," we hear that the Honorable Henry Elliott, hite Aide-de-* amp and Pi ¿vate Secretary to ¿Sir John Franklin, has proceeded to England by the ** Calcutta," after a residence in tl»e colony of upwards of three years. Mr. Jackson our worthy Colonial Treasurer, lias been spoken of as the person likely to succeed him, -. ' . ' SALE OF SHEEP.-On Friday last Messrs. V. & E. Solomon sold by auction a large quantity of sheep, part of the overland im portations of Messrs. Dutton & Finnis. The lowest sales were effected at 28$., but the purchases not being as yet complete, we are unable to give particulars^ LATEST OVERLAN...

Publication Title: Southern Australian
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LATEST NEWS FROM CHINA. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 9 April 1840

LATEST N£WS FROM CHINA. A letter IRS been received ta Sydney from a highly respectable mercantile housd at Suurabaya, dated the Gih Jaouary, which contained » copy of I Eur** last edict against English trade, and we are I allowed to publish the Edict, as b-ing iiterest'ni ! io the meicmiile community. As it appears that j other nations will ne allowed to trade no app'e I (tension i«t-i be en'ertained that the impofatiitn of tea will be stopped entirely, but it is time the affair were a-ttled and trade.opmedoo equitable footing. Lin. Imperial Cnmmisioner; Tang, the Governor; Ë, the loo Youtn ; and Tu, the floppou's pur ! epicious Edit t, omcia'.ly promulgated. We the above (dignitaries) upon the lOmon'h an ! 15th day, received the Imperial Edict, relativ« to Foriega ships producing a fi rm bond upon wu cb we contd rely ; that if after a time the said foreign* ers retract ¿lie bond- then, a$ is ti¿ht, we would aider the Soldiery, by thier intimidating power, eiçroaUy to;!prohibit peop...

Publication Title: Southern Australian
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DESTRUCTION OF THE CALCUTTA THEATRE BY FIRE. (From the Englishman of June 1.) [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 9 April 1840

DESTRUCTION OF TH h CALCUTTA THEATRE P.Y FíiíK. j CFrom ike Englishman ot June 1. ) We have seldom expeii«*iic«»tl mote Teal pain in antwum îng a public ra'and'y ilia» «e dc noa in polling o*.) rt-ccrd whit ali o«r town rt-aders n«ebv .Iiis tim*- aware ot, the total destruct i».n hy lire of the l idian l)«ttry. the Ciiowin^hee Theale. Variour accounts «if the origin ofilia fire Ii s va reached os, but .'he true version ol lite uu*tae¿ ive belieTe t» be as foltaw« : - Some gentlemen io l.v marine service had been rehears!na lite drama of the Pilot, piepaosor* iv» its performance no the 6th i'!s«. ant hal duly retired to their homes shout eleven o'clm k« At about twelve o'clock, Mr. Chester, lite s^neiaiy to the theatre, being then in bed ivas .-uildt-olv a rou sed by the ayah wrh the cries of ** Fue '-*' He {umped up.and imm diaielv encountered u ni es; of smoke proceeding from the slag»- itself ; the mimic «ea «vi»h which the boards weie cove e-1, being on fire, and the ñames rapid ...

Publication Title: Southern Australian
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ADELAIDE PRICES CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 9 April 1840

j ADELAIDE PRICES CÙRBENT. Ale. London, par hhd...¿8 0 O lo £10 O Ashby, per bri.8 10 0 9 0 l>tinba . perd .r ....»> 10 0.. 1 O Colonial, per bbd. .. .7 . O 0. 8 0 Arrowroot par tb... 0 2 0 .. 0 2 Beet, t><sb. per tb..0 0 1.. 0 0 Ditto Oj be o»rca8e OOO«. O O salt, pet .'.ierre.7 0 0.. 0 0 Brand* per eal. i» bond ..0 12 0 .. 0 M ifi»nper 100 lbs.0 Ô 0.. Ó 16 Butter, tresb. per lb.O 3 6.. 0 O salper do..O 2 0 ... 0 2 -b> tbe firkin..0 1 6 .. 0 0 Breai, prr 4^ Unit. 0 2 6.. 0 2 Caadle», wax, per lb_0 3 G.. 0 0 En/I üb nioa'.d» ..O l 2 .. o l spermaceti..... 0 4 0 .. 0 0 Burluid'i. di|8...«) 0 H .. 0 0 Cedar, per fool, <n Ut f.. . .0 0 6 .. O O loeb leards-. 0 0 6 O 0 C"AV, peril.O 10.02 \ Uee«e. Eig isti pe t> ....0 2 0 ..0 2 Coioma . pt-r di ««» -0 1 6.. 0 2 Cigar*. Ma i a. |>er tUOO 2 f 0 0 .. 3 0 <Jiiui.a<i:«,per db.. I IO 0.. 2 0 Corral.ls ter lb.U l 3.. 0 O Coid pe pei c«l.4 10 0.. 0 0 Canvass per ndl..3 IO .0 .. 0 ti ...

Publication Title: Southern Australian
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THE FLOODS AT THE HUNTER. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 9 April 1840

THE FLOODS AT THE HUNTER. A passr nger hy tiie Bright Planet informs us that on tfie nay pre« tous to th*: sailing of that vse«*»i. Captain King M. L C., arrived in Sydney *r> tn tt:e Aost'a ¡a-« Ag'traltural Company's s'a tioa, at Liierpool Plains, br nsinif io eVigenc ? har the flo^J, or rather deluge. lhere, bad HA «pt oft" not lefts than one hundred haman being;* anti upwards of 100,000 hea<i of stock, principally sheep. Lieut. Lowe, R. N , escaped the flood by climbing a liée, bal died fr--tn exhaustion after l*ei<ig removed on a raft from the perilous M uation in which fee had remained f»r several <tavs. Jtfr. Robertson, of Jerry'* Plains, ba* lost nen, cattle, attd stations, a I at one fell swoop. Port Phillip lèër.dd. March \0ik.

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ALARMING FIRE AT SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 9 April 1840

I ALARMING FIRE AT SYD NET» I i WE copy the following from the Colo ! nisi of March 18th : *' This morning, at about haff-past [ three o'clock, a fire broke out on the premises of Mr. 'Blanch the i rora I founder, in George-street, and in a few minutes communicated to the rear of the Royal Hotel, known as the Old I'heatre, the roof of which was almost instantly in fiâmes, and threatened t i destroy the whole of that building. Fortunately there was no wind at the lime. The soldiery were on the spot immediately. The fire was raging when we went to press.*' From the Captain of the Dorset, which brought the above intelligence, we (earn, that at the time of their lea v. mg, the fire had so far defied all at tempts to subdue it, as to render it iin possii le to save any of their property from destruction.

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BRITISH AND AUSTRALASIAN BANK. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 9 April 1840

BRITISH AND AUSTRALASIAN BANK. í Oar fears respiting the hoblers of Bills on this Bank, have, we regret to .»»ate, b^en more than realized. These partie*, as our readers are aware, were as«iUtetï by Vre Bank of Snuth Australia, advances bring made upon V eir Bills, which were sent to S/dttev, a»d pre sented t t the Agent of the Bat.k of Austialasia thern, but not having been «Joly hono-ed, they have been forwarded to England under l**t«les«. With whom does the blame ol this disgraceful trans act'on lie? T« us it appears very much like downright swindling. Tor the benefit of the parties involved, «re hope »ome explanation will be given.

Publication Title: Southern Australian
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SMALL POX AT THE CAPE OF GOOD HOPE. (From the Zuid Afrikann,) [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 9 April 1840

SMALL. POX AT THE CAPE OF GOOD j HOPR. I ( Front the Zuid Afrikmnn,") OPE TOWN -We regret io announce that ilie ?'soiali |i *' tia« made i a appearance jmong the" pn'ze neg tot* of one of the captured «lare ship=, both in iowa and in the coautiy. Tbuie slave» having beeb di*ttibuled.io the a moa ot of upwards ot TOO« aaioDgst the io lahitauis. not only of Cape Town a d it* vicinity, bat also of the districts ot >teItebi»osch, M-tme-bory. «ad Saellendatn, «re ha«e season to fear that the spreading of ihe disease tan hardly be checked, unlea* by effectuai and sp^'eäy means of pncauiton. 1 * . I tie ^overots^nt ofiltHCo'ony hu incurred an *»'«! rftsponrinitj y, ia allowing the apprea'ioes lo be lauded aad io<ib»ith ditttibated» without first aioe Jiiq-ji5 their «¡tate of health. Inls tunde of »cUogjaf Ç9$tnyy tn «rery principie of prudence .nd soimd policy, and so contrary to every pt>ce dent in Ibis cofooy, ¡hat we wonder how 'te Corernmeot ooo id have directed a niea...

Publication Title: Southern Australian
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MR. JACKSON. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 9 April 1840

MR. JACKSON WE s»r*» anthon-e«! in statine, that Mr. Jackson, our Colonial Treasurer, has no intention, as intimated in a lat«» numher of the ' Í lobar! Town Ad <f rtis*r',of «itcceedins the lion. Henrv Rlficitf, as l'livah* Secrelaty to Sir Jo n Frank'in, Lioba« t Town.

Publication Title: Southern Australian
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MR. INMAN. — SUPERINTENDENT OF POLICE. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 9 April 1840

! MR. INMAN. - S' PER INTEN DENT OF POLICE. WE understand that the Board of inquiry appointed to nil in the case of Vr. luman, have come to a conclusion favxrab'e to the character of that gen tleman. VV'e cal! *iirc«îil aif.-ntjot) to a sale :îi ' y tie !t!|ün; Hl>i| Vottmtls. h c -.iv o c*1 M f's d-» y (Thur»d 'v), . e .* . v i ;t! ax. t * ho-h a; p ars in :..< r<- i i» -ri u?,: »»ap«-r. \ « -a«t «ali- of b«ir*es hv - i . V.» ct'ie, « -day, vve als<i . ali .lennon to. ASSAULT. Last evening, a man ..a med '?.it m UH !?«i.r, wa«« elven into the oh «i t* of ihn police by Ins master, Mr. f-Vf« r, a gentleman who lesides in the I it r», f r desertion of service and u io s a-s-i II lt. The ahuMteness of the iaîit.«a:p, a« d :he yrossue-s of the as>a dt, io i>oth t»f « Inch we w**re m pan witnesses, w<>re such as to merit the con incl put sued. Servant*, we hope, vt. iii be taught a lesion by tins. ANOTHER NATIVE COMMITTED-Yes'er-. d...

Publication Title: Southern Australian
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LAUNCESTON MARKETS—March 19. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 9 April 1840

LAUNCESTON »IA!;KE| S-ifrrr* 19. I <r-«i«-"I her« ha« been a ii tit- acu%i:y ia th«? .na«kef HIN »Mt in C'lnatu/ieuce o* several order» f«r . spoliation, and the luiU* » a?« no» busy in providing Hour fitr «he Stouth Au »ita ia - mallet. Fin« tl «ui may l»e quoted a« lt um £&ti to £32 pet ton. Severa» íar¿e '«'irr* fi om Sidney, .fui »heal j ai IO* perbu«heU «emain uoeseeoitd- -it may be q«ioted at Irum Itt«, to 12s. Oats are ia bri«k I demand at 4«. 61, tu &*. per btodtel, and billet j t* enquired »tter; wehea««f-«f uo-*ueh aau» j toeftaúliah »ny quo,ano» «4 bc musket pur«. I Wha* po a'ttea i e already in the market ate I iUfceo. off tor Sou I ti A unirais», at trou» £10 tu ! X\2 per ton. ! >/*«.!<*-Tl»e«natkel ¡« rather better supplied; j with rum« but ibe |trice coo i»ue* strm at about Ga. per proof gallon, Ut andy conutnaH »carce, and in gen- ral ot an inferior oVscripijoa. Ca>k gin of dull «ale, but cases have advaoceu a little Ttthar...

Publication Title: Southern Australian
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LOSS OF THE BRIG "SIREN." [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 9 April 1840

LOSS CF THK BK IG ** SIREN." j On the 4th n't. kite S'nen entered the Kiap*ra River, New Zealand, with the wind blowing »iron» from ti>e W. S. \V., and on reaching the Northern extremity of the chaanel the soundings suddenly varied fruin 10 to 4¿ faitiuius ; imme diately hauled to the outward shoal, upon ulrich she ft ruck, and remained beating for the space of twenty minutes, wheo a heavy roller hove her <>ff into deep water ; got the whale boat t><n for the purpose of towing the vessel, but before *he could he got a-head she swamped, the roller* winch had previously broken on boaid having (stove her ; made alt sail and st nod up ihe river, the vessel at this time making water too fast for the pumps to keep her fief ; having proceeded about ten miles up, nightvetting tn, and finding the leak increasing) it being Ui-¿h water at the time) run the vessel on slime upon a sandy beach, ?all hand« constantly pumping and baring the vessel throughout the night...

Publication Title: Southern Australian
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ALARMING FEVER AT HOBART TOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 9 April 1840

ALARMING FEVER AT HOBART TOWN. w e copy the following front (be Hobart Tttusu Courier, of M-tch 6lb. lt netds no comment of ours : - Titer- is now no longer s doabt that a fearful levtr rag« s ationgbt a«. As «oag as it crept amntigs* tbe poor, a-id b'ooded over tu«* pallet of straw, it waa o headtd, neglected, despised treated *>s a dr ¡usion, or a maller of to trifling irai'ori lo demand the searching inqairy and inter vention nf authority, ni ha view to arrest its hanelul progress : but uaw that it a rends like »re fr ta the cottage to the mansion, that we find it tc"in¿ fon li (rom ita larking retreats and boldl y entering the b-ases of tbe wealthy» and infecting the hed of dowti. universal »tarra is spread abroad a ul the secret is at length discovered th *t it baa exist- ci ti »he community forth* last thr<-em nibs. For w-eks and week* it bas existed «¡bin the wa¡(» nf the prison, and the Colonial Hospital has been 'iiled, with *i-a«c^ room enough for the beds of...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 9 April 1840

Soutient ^Uiötraltan Office, ryiRRfoIlowiugraretlie term« of the-« SOUTHERN * AUSTRALIAN, ' which i« |Mit)lished every Thursday morning, at the Office, curuer of î»le paeus-place. Randie-street. Pates oV TBK Per KR -I» per natn»»er .rr |»er «nanu (»Rid in advance. Su<>«c» Iber» have their pa- . pe rs seat to them if they desire it. AAVCR -T».---G'ine» »nd «tirfer {each. »*»»*** titra) j».sd ; a1«)*« 6 line«. 3d. arline Adver tttenieut* cannot »ie received Inter than 4 o'clock «in Wednesady; and orders tn rtiu natinae Advertía- : «neats airead % inserted, must be «eat tn the office before S o'clock on Tnes«lay, or they cauaot b« <attea<*ed to Advertisements mast be marked tfer-aamber of time* they are to be inserted, or they will be continued unttlc«»nwtengan >ed All Sabscrirttion« «ad ftdvertsMSnvnts must be repaid for iu advance. Tor Boit PblUlp ^.fiaey. ? ? T* wit i>» MiïTttù t,. " ,THE fa*t sailing barque CALE DOMA. T. L. Sxtner, Cominan ...

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Adelaide Shipping Report. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 9 April 1840

atfeiaüje SMroûtg Wíepaxt AKK1VAIS I APRIL 3-The schooner Victoria, 28 ton», Hntchiiso", fi om Kangaroo Is and, with stones for UA\a&\'m the New t'o't load APRIL 4-The sch oner Industry, 96 tons, Siroui. from Lam centón the 21 t Ai a oh, 'Newman and Cn', agen's; ApBii, 4- T*ie scliooner Elisabeth IJaijd SO too«, from Port Phillip, with a cirgo o< .fluur, poiaims, »oap,&.. .Mr G »uilay, a nt, -IPKIL 5-The hi ig fJonel.Sl ton». Rob. rt s », lt fin îi dt.ev «he I ti || \ia.eh, Puse tt«*rs. Mt ano Mi- J-.»IHI a si\ «!itl«'reo M»* L*e, chi «1 a d »e «au', Ai > J. Al. So.om- n, a »l >ír \\ . T.l , ev A i* i ILC T .o s \> x,i!e. ¡r«t»,- '! .. <fc o ir, Lu i e>wi , ni i, a ijeue * . ?-.; o - . . li.:. *., A .i'.'. AH--" (L fe t ii .¡ e* Cr-'i'ei'^er r ';i If o Li'' ?*.»--. V». i It s-i: -I. i s. S \ > f. i "i v : ;¡. 3 - |M . M.tr-. tl,/, u .inn. CO on', fo 1* «l-l ? ' I . . : -..ti _> 3-14 I I-. i '.»*;<., s -, ... v% . i -...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 9 April 1840

TO BE SOLO BY PRÍVATE CONTRACT. A N ACRE OF LAND, No. 7, desirably -** situated in the village of Kensington, boviner frontages to the Creek, theders Hoad, and the Ptnrt, with a three roomed house. Ktelv finished, a well of excellent water, and a cattle pen* Part of the acre is now worked os a brick yard. , yllso, an allotment of building land, part of a section in VV>\ mouth street. Adelaidp 26 feet by «7. Fo'ir allotment"*, forming a block of 120 feet «quare in the village of Islington. Al«o. *evpn shares inibe Union Sheep and Cattle Com pan v. A lot of 35 OOO SuneriorTflndmarsb brick». Anv part of the above nroperty may be bou«rht on highly ndvantaffeous terms for enh. Apply lo Mr. Pa tindee, solicitor Grenfell street.or to Mr. Ball, at Kensington ¿< tottratet of jè&tos br> auction ADVERTIZED TO TAKE PLACE BETWEEN TIMS ASDOVR NEXT DAY OF PUBLICATION. T3.I3 DAT. BENTHAM & Co.. af I notuck, several town a«:r-g H d Couao/y s-ctioiif?. «Milli &amp...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 9 April 1840

A NUMEUOUS MEETING of the Geutlemen interested tn the rxpioia'ioi of a« overland route from South Australia lo Western Australia, VHS held this day at the Exchange Rooms, (lilies At cad«. OSMOND Gnus. Esq., in the chair Mr. Bonny stated teat tlieettfüjaittee appointed at the nutating at Mr. Bow» latid»' on Monday kui*« had prepared . repot t itt terms of tiki resolution then agieed to, which be now handed to lite Chairman. The following re pott was: the« read : - Report of ¿the Committe appointed at a Meeting of persons interested in the discovery of an overland communica tion with Western Australia. Alter a mature consideration of the question proposed to the committee, viz., " the practicability of carrying out the v iews of the committee as embodied in the amendment io the second résolu* tiou, it is of opinion that an exploring party Mid one conveying stock could nat be usefully combined without in curring au expenditure which the public would not bc prepared to meet ; and the co...

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