5 edition of The History of Australian Exploration From, 1788 to 1888 found in the catalog.
May 30, 2006 by IndyPublish.com .
Written in English
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Economy and trade[ The History of Australian Exploration From ] This painting shows the Mellish entering Sydney Harbour. Though now, after more than eighty years of discovery have given us an intimate knowledge of the nature of the difficulties he would have encountered, we may smile at the somewhat crude notions of the daring navigator, we cannot refuse to recognise that a good deal of thoroughness was mixed up with his plan, simple as it reads. Up to the preceding year popular knowledge concerning the South Land must be looked upon as being mixed up with much that is both doubtful and hazardous. Richard JohnsonAnglican chaplain to the First Fleet, was charged by the governor, Arthur Phillipwith improving "public morality" in the colony, but he was also heavily involved in health and education. The colony was on the verge of outright starvation for several years, and the marines sent to keep order were not up to the task.
Apparently the disease has worn itself out, for only the oldest members of the tribes have suffered. After a hard struggle, he reached the telegraph line. The climatic influence is especially noticeable in the indigenous grasses and herbage of the two regions. Inafter his discovery of Van Dieman's Land, he was sent out on a second voyage of exploration. They discovered and explored Port Hacking.
But combined with the severe drought of 18 13, and the increase of stock, it was necessary to seek pastures new. Trying a different Web browser might help. Perhaps in the north an admixture of Malay blood gives a handsomer cast to the features in individual cases, but the Australian native is unmistakable wherever you meet him, north, south, east or west. We have always, or nearly always, our annual floods to depend upon, and the supply furnished by them should be amply sufficient for use. Reaction to the affair in Britain led to two further priests being allowed to travel to the Colony in — John Joseph Therry and Philip Connolly.
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The most immediate economic consequence was the abolition of inter-colonial tariffs and the establishment of a single Australian market. His compassion for the Aboriginals is certainly not always equalled by his compassion for the convicts. We now, however, reach the period which may be regarded as the beginning of the authentic history of the discovery of New Holland.
After a few years' feeding with stock, water has been found permanently standing in country where it never stood before, and sometimes the tufty herbage has changed into a sward.
The presence of the bamboo in Arnheim's Land only, and its indigenous nature, is strong evidence of its Malay origin. The present great need of Australia is the conservation of water, and the irrigation works which have been already commenced on the banks The History of Australian Exploration From the Murray River, coupled with the recent discoveries of an apparently unlimited artesian supply on the and plains of Western Queensland, testify alike to the recognition of the want, and to the ease with which it may be met.
Apparently the disease has worn itself out, for only the 1788 to 1888 book members of the tribes have suffered. Soon after, the South Australian Government surveyed this river, and opened it as a port; a good road was formed from the interior to the coast, and the settlement of the country followed.
He called at Coepang in Timor, whence, after obtaining some supplies, he made for Port Jackson by way of the west coast. His reports were glowing of the country passed through generally; from snow-topped mountains to level plains, watered with permanent streams and rivers, fitted for immediate occupation of the grazier or farmer.
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Minerals had been extracted since earliest settlement and, while yields on the Victorian gold fields soon declined, rich mineral deposits continued to be found. He returned disappointed, baffled. Lawson and Scott were disappointed in their attempt to reach Oxley's discovery of Liverpool Plains; unable to penetrate the southern boundary of the plains, they discovered the Goulburn River.
It may be summarised as follows: that New South Wales contains no unexplored country; Victoria, none; Queensland, a small portion of Cape York Peninsula; South Australia, a considerable area; and Western Australia, a very great deal.
The coast line had been examined, and the various inlets followed up without any important or navigable river having been brought to light, and the absence of fresh water streams in such a large continent naturally led thinking men to the conclusion that the inland slope was nothing but an arid desert, parched beneath a rainless sky.
Between andthe Australian population more than doubled.
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