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1627First recorded European sighting of the South Australian coast. 
1802South Australian coastline mapped by Matthew Flinders and Nicolas Baudin. 
1802(Circa): Unofficial settlement of Kangaroo Island by sealers. 
1830Captain Charles Sturt travels to the mouth of the Murray River in a whale boat. 
1836Site for Adelaide chosen by Colonel William Light beside the River Torrens. 
1837Colonel Light completes survey of Adelaide and designs the city's grid layout. Allotments of one acre are made. 
1838The first Australian police force is formed in Adelaide, the South Australia Police. 
1838First German immigrants arrive and settle in Adelaide and surrounds. Hunts Farm
1839The first road in South Australia, Port Road is opened. 
1839Edward John Eyre begins his explorations of the Flinders Ranges and beyond. 
1840The first portion of Government House is completed, becoming the first in Australia. 
31 Oct 1840The Corporation of Adelaide is founded as the first municipal authority in Australia. The first local government in Australia was formed on 31 October 1840 with the election of a Mayor, three Aldermen and fifteen Councillors to the new Adelaide Corporation. This followed a petition from the residents (totalling around 2000) for the "rights and privileges" of their own Council.

The image to the right is the Coat of Arms of the capital city of South Australia - Adelaide.
Coat of Arms
1840All 26 survivors of the shipwreck Maria are murdered by Aboriginals in mysterious circumstances along the Coorong. 
1842Copper is discovered at Kapunda. 
1844The colonial Government takes control of the Corporation of Adelaide. 
1845Copper is discovered at Burra. 
11 Mar 1848The Savings Bank of South Australia, began trading with the first depositor by a Seikh shepherd of his life savings of 29 pounds. 
1850The forerunner to Harris Scarfe, G. P. Harris and J. C. Lanyon, opened on Hindley Street. 
1852The Corporation of Adelaide is reconstituted. First transport of gold overland arrived in Adelaide. 
1854The township of Port Augusta at the head of Spencer Gulf is surveyed. 
1856The South Australian Institute, from which the State Library, State Museum and Art Gallery derived, is founded. 
1856First telegraph line and steam railway between Adelaide and Port Adelaide opened. 
1856South Australia becomes one of the first places in the world to enact the Secret Ballot. 
1856Holden begins business as J.A Holden and Co, saddlery business, Adelaide, South Australia 
1858The first edition of The Advertiser newspaper is published. 
1859Shipwreck of SS Admella off Carpenter Rocks in the South East. 89 dead. Worst South Australian maritime disaster to this day. 
1861Copper discovered at Moonta, on the Yorke Peninsula. 
1861Explorers Burke and Wills disappear exploring the outback trying to find a route from Melbourne to northern coast. 
4 Mar 1861Abraham Lincoln is sworn in as 16th President of the United States of America. 
12 Apr 1861At 4:30 a.m. Confederates under Gen. Pierre Beauregard open fire with 50 cannons upon Fort Sumter in Charleston, South Carolina. The American Civil War begins. 
1862South Australian John McDouall Stuart finally gets to the northern coast of Australia from Adelaide to form a route to lay the foundation for Todd's overland telegraph line. 

17 Feb 1864

The Confederate submarine Hunley torpedoes the USS Housatonic, becoming the first submarine to sink an enemy ship. The submarine and her crew of 8 are also lost. 
7 May 1864The City of Adelaide is launched at the yard of William Pile Jr, Sunderland, for Messrs. Devitt and Moore, London. Assigned the official British Reg. No. 50036 and signal WGLQ.

(Image courtesy of the Local Studies Library, Sunderland City Library and Arts Centre .)

William Pile's Yard
1864Tolstoy writes "War and Peace" 
1864-1867The City of Adelaide is under the command of Captain David Bruce.Capt David Bruce
6 Aug 1864City of Adelaide departs London 
12 Aug 1864City of Adelaide departs Plymouth on its maiden voyage to Australia with Tom Cox Bray, Sarah Ann Bray and Matilda Methuen aboard. Matilda Methuen is travelling to Adelaide expressly to marry Peter Waite.

Thomas Dutton 1864 Lithograph of the 'City of Adelaide'
7 Nov 1864City of Adelaide arrives Adelaide. 
21 Nov 1864Exactly two weeks after arriving, maiden voyage passenger Matilda Methuen marries Peter Waite at the Woodville home of their fellow Scotsman, pastoralist Robert Barr Smith. 
1865Bank of Adelaide founded. 
1865Bushranger 'Mad Dog' Daniel Morgan killed; bushranger Ben Hall killed. 
20 Jan 1865City of Adelaide departs Adelaide 
14 Apr 1865President Abraham Lincoln is assassinated by John Wilkes Booth at Ford's theater. 
3 May 1865City of Adelaide arrives London 
26 May 1865The last fighting of the American Civil War took place when General Kirby Smith surrendered Confederate forces west of the Mississippi. 
26 Jul 1865City of Adelaide departs London with with Mr and Mrs Fotheringham aboard. 
12 Oct 1865City of Adelaide arrives Adelaide. 
1866The Italianate Adelaide Town Hall opened. 
5 Jan 1866City of Adelaide departs Adelaide with Sandover family aboard. 
13 Apr 1866City of Adelaide arrives LondonCity of Adelaide
27 Jul 1866City of Adelaide departs London with F.N. Scarfe aboard. 
2 Aug 1866City of Adelaide departs Plymouth. 
11 Oct 1866Arrived in Adelaide from Plymouth in 70 days, pilot to pilot. This was considered the record for the distance which was held together with the Yatala for many years. The Yatala was lost in 1872. 
27 Dec 1866City of Adelaide departs Adelaide with Frederick William Bullock aboard. 
10 Apr 1867City of Adelaide arrives London. 
1867-1873The City of Adelaide is under the command of Captain John Bruce.Captain John Bruce
25 Jul 1867City of Adelaide departs London with F.A. Edelstone , the Brewster family, and the Sandover family, including Alfred Sandover of Sandover Medal fame, aboard. 
12 Oct 1867City of Adelaide arrives Adelaide 
17 Dec 1867City of Adelaide departs Adelaide with Goyder family aboard. 
1868End of convict transportation to Australia with final tally of some 160,000 convicts since the First Fleet in 1788, most of whom stayed in Australia as were not given the means to return to England after the term of imprisonment was over. 
7 Apr 1868City of Adelaide arrives London 
29 Jun 1868City of Adelaide departs London. 
23 Sep 1868City of Adelaide arrives Adelaide 
9 Nov 1868City of Adelaide departs Adelaide 
1869The City Market (later Central) opened on Grote Street. 
1869Suez Canal opens. 
26 Feb 1869City of Adelaide arrives London 
13 May 1869City of Adelaide departs London with His Excellency F.W. Weld the Governor of Western Australia along with his family of six together with seven servants. James Moorehouse is also aboard. 
31 Jul 1869City of Adelaide arrives Adelaide. 
3 Nov 1869City of Adelaide departs Adelaide. 
22 Nov 1869The clipper ship Cutty Sark was launched from Scott and Linton's shipyard at Dumbarton.Cutty Sark
16 Mar 1870City of Adelaide arrives London. 
1870Bushranger Capt Thunderbolt shot by troopers. 
18701870's, the boom era of the paddle steamers transporting wool from Darling- Murrumbidgee as far north as Qld border to Echuca on the Murray River which became Australia's largest inland port and 2nd largest port only to Melbourne as it was the closest the Murray came to Melbourne and the Melbourne-Echuca railroad was the 1st to connect a coastal port with the inland wool industry.River Murray Paddle Steamer
1870Jules Verne's "20,000 leagues under the sea", Tchaikovsky's "Romeo and Juliet" and Wagner's "Die Walkure" are written. 
24 May 1870City of Adelaide departs London with Goyder family aboard. 
18 Aug 1870City of Adelaide arrives Adelaide. 
1870George Henry Michell sets up a wool-scouring operation in the tiny South Australian township of Undalya and persuading local wool growers to sell him their wool direct. 
18 Nov 1870City of Adelaide departs Adelaide. 
6 Mar 1871City of Adelaide arrives London. 
1871Prince Otto vonBismarck of Prussia, determined to remove Austrian influence, won several wars and in 1867, created a north German confederation which after winning a war against France in 1870, united with the south German confederation to form a united Germany in 1871. 
2 Jun 1871City of Adelaide departs London with Melville Miller and his niece Janet Davidson (Wigg) aboard. 
20 Aug 1871City of Adelaide arrives Adelaide. 
30 Oct 1871City of Adelaide departs Adelaide. 
25 Jan 1872City of Adelaide arrives London. 
1872Todd's overland telegraph line laid from Adelaide to the north coast and for the first time wire communications with Europe via Java could be achieved. The General Post Office opened. Adelaide became first Australian capital linked to Imperial London with completion of the Overland Telegraph. 
27 Mar 1872The friendly rivalry with Yatala comes to an end when Yatala goes aground near Cape Gris-Nez. Together the Yatala and City of Adelaide held the record for the fastest voyage between Plymouth and Adelaide.Yatala
25 Jun 1872City of Adelaide departs London. 
28 Sep 1872City of Adelaide arrives Adelaide. 
14 Nov 1872City of Adelaide departs Adelaide. 
1873First cricket match played at Adelaide Oval. 
24 Feb 1873City of Adelaide arrives London. 
1873-1875The City of Adelaide is under the command of Captain Llewellyn Bowen. 
11 Apr 1873City of Adelaide departs London, Master Llewellyn W E Bowen. 
17 Apr 1873City of Adelaide departs Plymouth with Nancarrow family aboard. 
3 Jul 1873City of Adelaide arrives Adelaide 
3 Nov 1873City of Adelaide departs Adelaide 
15 Feb 1874City of Adelaide arrives London 
1874The Adelaide Oval is officially opened. 
1874The University of Adelaide founded. 
25 May 1874City of Adelaide departs London: To sail from the River punctually on the 25th May calling at Plymouth to embark passengers direct for Adelaide. This fine ship, built expressly for the Adelaide trade and noted for her quick passages, has a full Poop fitted with Bathrooms and every other comfort for the accommodation of Cabin Passengers; she also offer a desirable opportunity for a few Second Class and will carry an experienced surgeon. 
29 May 1874City of Adelaide departs Plymouth with James McLauchlan aboard. 
24 Aug 1874Stranded on the Kirkcaldy Beach after 91 days, six miles south of the Semaphore opposite Adelaide. Refloated on September 4 after some of the cargo had been discharged.'City of Adelaide' aground on Kirkaldy Beach near Grange, SA.
16 Nov 1874City of Adelaide departs Adelaide 
21 Mar 1875City of Adelaide arrives London 
1875-1876The City of Adelaide is under the command of Captain Alexander Bruce.Captain Alexander Bruce
28 Jun 1875City of Adelaide departs London 
26 Sep 1875City of Adelaide arrives Adelaide 
11 Nov 1875City of Adelaide departs Port Augusta 
14 Feb1876Alexander Graham Bell patents the telephone. 
24 Feb 1876City of Adelaide arrives London 
1876-1887The City of Adelaide is under the command of Captain E.D. Alston late of Devitt and Moore's full-rigged ship Gateside. 
26 May 1876City of Adelaide departs London 
18 Aug 1876City of Adelaide arrives Adelaide 
31 Oct 1876City of Adelaide departs Port AugustaPort Augusta Harbour with 'City of Adelaide'
9 Feb 1877City of Adelaide arrives London 
19 Apr 1877City of Adelaide departs London 
25 Jul 1877City of Adelaide arrives Adelaide 
31 Oct 1877City of Adelaide departs Adelaide 
7 Mar 1878City of Adelaide arrives London 
21 Apr 1878City of Adelaide departs London 
22 Jul 1878City of Adelaide arrives Adelaide 
25 Oct 1878City of Adelaide departs Adelaide 
8 Feb 1879City of Adelaide arrives London 
15 May 1879City of Adelaide departs London 
16 Aug 1879City of Adelaide arrives Adelaide 
22 Oct 1879Thomas Edison invents incandescent light 
30 Oct 1879City of Adelaide departs Adelaide 
20 Jan 1880Bushranger Capt Moonlite's brief career ends in him being hanged in 1880. 
5 Feb 1880City of Adelaide arrives London 
1 Apr 1880City of Adelaide departs London 
27 Jun 1880City of Adelaide arrives Adelaide 
31 Oct 1880City of Adelaide departs Port Augusta'City of Adelaide' at Port Augusta
11 Nov 1880Bushranger Ned Kelly hanged for murder of Mounted Constable Thomas Lonigan. 
7 Feb 1881City of Adelaide arrives London 
1881Drought ruins thousands of farmers on marginal land in the Mid North and Goyder's Line is recognised as the limit to agricultural settlement. 
5 May 1881City of Adelaide departs London 
18 June 1881The Art Gallery of South Australia opened by Princes Albert Victor and George Frederick (later King George V). 
23 July 1881Coopers Brewery brews its first ale in its newly established premises in Adelaide. 
26 Jul 1881City of Adelaide arrives Adelaide 
29 Oct 1881City of Adelaide departs Port Augusta 
16 Feb 1882City of Adelaide arrives London 
1882First water-borne sewerage service in Australia commencedin Adelaide. 
9 May 1882City of Adelaide departs London 
6 Aug 1882City of Adelaide arrives Adelaide 
20 Aug 1882Debut of Tchaikovsky's "1812 Overture" 
30 Oct 1882City of Adelaide departs Port Augusta 
14 Feb 1883City of Adelaide arrives London 
20 Apr 1883City of Adelaide departs London 
27 Jul 1883City of Adelaide arrives Adelaide 
21 Oct 1883City of Adelaide departs Port Augusta 
30 Jan 1884City of Adelaide arrives London 
1884Largs Bay Fort opens. 
28 Apr 1884City of Adelaide departs London 
10 Aug 1884City of Adelaide arrives Adelaide 
4 Oct 1884City of Adelaide departs Port Augusta 
27 Jan 1885City of Adelaide arrives London 
1885The Adelaide Arcade opens. 
16 Mar 1885City of Adelaide departs London 
20 Jun 1885City of Adelaide arrives Adelaide 
10 Oct 1885City of Adelaide departs Port Augusta 
18 Jan 1886City of Adelaide arrives London 
16 Mar 1886City of Adelaide departs London 
18 Jun 1886City of Adelaide arrives Adelaide 
26 Nov 1886City of Adelaide departs Port Augusta 
23 Feb 1887City of Adelaide arrives London 
1887Stock Exchange of Adelaide forms. 
1887The City of Adelaide is laid up. 
1887The City of Adelaide was sold to Dover coal merchant Charles Mowll in 1887. 
1887 - 1889During 1887, she spent some time laid up and worked for a while as a collier between Tyne and Dover in England 
14 Jun 1887London to South Shields 
9 Jul 1887South Shields to Dobay 
11 Nov 1887South Shields to Dobay 
1888The City of Adelaide was transferred to Daniel and Thomas S. Dixon of Belfast who re-rigged her as a barque and set her to work on the North Atlantic Timber Trade runs. 
1 Jun 1888Patrick Crengle was appointed master of the City of Adelaide in London.  
4 Jun 1888Dover to Chatham, New Brunswick 
3 Jul 1888Chatham [3 July 1888] 
14 Jul 1888Chatham to Belfast 
1888At some stage in 1888 command of the City of Adelaide passes to Captain John Gibson McMurtry. 
18 Sep 1888Belfast to Dalhousie, New Brunswick 
27 Oct 1888Dalhousie to Liverpool [27 October 1888] 
9 Nov 1888Liverpool to Tybee 
 Tybee to Halifax, Nova Scotia 
16 Feb 1889Halifax, Nova Scotia to Bristol 
11 Apr 1889Bristol to Miramichi [17 May 1889] 
24 Jun 1889Miramichi to Belfast [24 June 1889] 
29 Jun 1889Belfast to Miramichi 
Jul 1889Miramichi to Newcastle, New Brunswick 
6 Aug 1889Newcastle, New Brunswick to Belfast 
31 Aug 1889Belfast to Miramichi 
20 Nov 1889Miramichi to Dublin [20 November 1889] 
 Dublin to Algoa Bay 
23 Dec 1889Algoa Bay to Barry [23 December 1889] 
 Barry to Port Elizabeth 
28 Mar 1890Port Elizabethto Guam 
 Guam to Newcastle, New Brunswick 
14 Jun 1890Newcastle, New Brunswick to Belfast 
14 Jul 1890Belfast to Newcastle, New Brunswick 
28 Aug 1890Newcastle, New Brunswick to Belfast 
9 Apr 1891Belfast to Miramichi [38 May 1891] 
28 May 1891Miramichi to Belfast [24 June 1891] 
3 Jul 1891Belfast to Miramichi 
10 Aug 1891Miramichi to Belfast 
1 Sep 1891John Brown was appointed master of the City of Adelaide - his first command, and stayed with her until at least April of 1893. 
3 Nov 1891Belfast to Liverpool 
26 Nov 1891Miramichi to Liverpool [26 November 1891] 
4 Jan 1892Garston to Belfast 
9 Apr 1892Belfast to Miramichi [9 May 1892] 
25 May 1892Miramichi to Belfast 
29 Jun 1892Belfast to Miramichi 
5 Aug 1892Miramichi to Belfast 
8 Sep 1892Belfast to Miramichi 
18 Oct 1892Miramichi to Belfast 
31 Jan 1893Belfast to Ayr 
6 Apr 1893Alexander Percy appointed master of the City of Adelaide at Ayr. He remained with her only a few months until she ceased her sailing days at the end of August that same year. Alexander Percy died aboard the Lord Templemore when she sank some time later. 
10 Apr 1893Ayr to Miramichi [8 May 1893] 
23 May 1893Miramichi to Belfast 
19 Jun 1893Belfast to Miramichi 
21 Jul 1893Miramichi to Bowling 
8 Sep 1893Alexander Young was appointed master of the City of Adelaide but only that of a vessel under tow. He was in command of her when she was towed from Glasgow on the 9th September 1893, reaching Southampton on the 15th, where she remained for some years as a Hospital ship. 
9 Sep 1893City of Adelaide leaves Glasgow under tow to Southampton. 
15 Sep 1893City of Adelaide arrives in Southampton after being towed from Glasgow.

She has been bought by the Southampton Corporation for £1750 to be converted to an isolation hospital and moored in the Rivert Test, off Millbrook.
'City of Adelaide' at Sunderland in 1893
1894The world's second Act granting women suffrage passed in Parliament House on North Terrace, Adelaide. 
1896Moving pictures shown for first time in South Australia at Theatre Royal on Hindley Street. 
1899South Australian contingent leaves Adelaide for the Second Boer War. 
1900First electricity station opened in South Australia at Grenfell Street. 
1901Adelaide became a state capital upon the establishment of the Commonwealth of Australia on 1 January. The Duke and Duchess of York visit. 
1904State Flag of South Australia is officially adopted. 
1908Adelaide's Outer Harbor opens. 
1919Adelaide awarded official city status and Mayor became Lord Mayor. 
1923Sold to the Admiralty for £ 2500 and renamed HMS Carrick and moved to Irvine in the Firth of Clyde to be converted to a training ship for the Clyde Division of the Royal Navy Volunteer Reserve.'City of Adelaide' as a training ship 'HMS Carrick' in 1923
May 1925Moved to Greenock and commissioned as a Naval Drill Ship. 
1947When they deemed her past her usefulness as a drill ship, the Admiralty presented her to the R.N.V.R. (Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve) Club (Scotland) who used her as a meeting room/club rooms for some time. (Image shows the City of Adelaide under tow in 1948.)'City of Adelaide' under tow in 1948
1978Deck is caught under wharf on a rising tide and City of Adelaide is partialy flooded.City of Adelaide
1984Being used as clubrooms by the RNVR Club.City of Adelaide
1989Being used as clubrooms by the RNVR Club. (Photo courtesy of Gordon Hardy)City of Adelaide
1990After nearly 70 years in the employ of the Admiralty and various spin-offs thereof, she was sold by the R.N.V.R. Club to the Clyde Ship Trust for £1. At this time, she was still at Glasgow Customs House Quay where she had been since May, 1949. 
1991Sank at moorings in Firth of Clyde, Scotland.City of Adelaide
1992She was identified as part of the National [U.K.] Historic Ships Core Collection and was given an 'A' class heritage listing. At that time, she was the only 19th century sailing ship which was still capable of floating. The 'City' is the only sailing ship on the core list. City of Adelaide
1992She then became the property of the Scottish National Maritime Museum, after the Clyde Ship Trust was dissolved. They undertook to make restorations to the City of Adelaide, and moved her to her present location, which is a slipway at Irvine, Scotland. Over the next few years, some restoration work was carried out. But now there is a desperate fight to save her from destruction because of the lack of funds to maintain the restoration program.City of Adelaide
1999The cost of repairing the ship, the on-going cost of site rental and other overheads have forced the Scottish Maritime Museum to justify the costs and as a result an appeal to raise funds was started in Scotland.City of Adelaide
2000In an attempt to raise funds, the Scottish Maritime Museum offered the City of Adelaide for sale to various historical shipping organisations and museums throughout the world, without a single offer being received. 
24 May 2000On 24 May, the Trustees of the Scottish Maritime Museum applied to the North Ayrshire Council to have her 'A' class heritage listing removed to allow them to demolish her. 
18 July 2000An action group is set up in Adelaide with a view to obtaining the ship and returning it to South Australia for restoration. This group includes the great-granddaughter of the first master, the great-grandson of an 1874 passenger, and others who ardently believe that this part of our heritage should be preserved at all cost.Save the Clipper 'City of Adelaide'
23 Aug 2000A hearing to determine whether permission will be granted to demolish the is set to be heard on 23 August in Glasgow. If successful, then the world's only remaining passenger clipper ship will cease to exist. 
26 Feb 2001North Ayrshire Council refused the demolition. 
19 Sep 2001HRH the Duke of Edinburgh convened a conference in Glasgow to discuss the future of the City of Adelaide. The conference was chaired by Admiral of the Fleet Sir Julian Oswald, GCB. Conference was attended by Adelaide Action Group.
Conference outcomes:
  • The vessel must be saved.
  • Urgently need to move the vessel from present location in Irvine due to site costs.
  • Two groups have claims - Sunderland, UK, and Adelaide, SA. First group with viable restoration plan may take ownership.
  • Maritime Trust will fund refloating and delivery to transportation barge.
HRH Duke of EdinburghSir Julian Oswald
mid-2003Mike Edwards, a founding director of Travelsphere Limited, came up with an ambitious restoration plan for the City of Adelaide. Mr. Edwards wanted to restore the City of Adelaide to modern sea-going passenger standards and commissioned a feasibility study and funded protective works to the vessel, including erecting a canopy over the ship as protection from the elements. It did not stop there. Mr. Edwards’ donation also contributed towards some of the Maritime Museum's existing slipway costs. In exchange for his donation, the Museum’s Trustees gave Mr. Edwards first right of refusal to acquire the vessel. With a first right of refusal being granted, the campaigning of the South Australian and Sunderland Groups was stopped.Installing the cover on the 'City of Adelaide'
2005The owners of the slipway have long wanted the clipper removed from their slipway and in 2005 terminated the Scottish Maritime Museum’s lease. 'City of Adelaide' at Irvine
2006The consultants report determined that whilst theoretically possible to restore the City of Adelaide to sailing and passenger carrying standards, it would be less expensive to build a replica from new. The consultant’s report concluded that restoration of the City of Adelaide for non sea-going use is a far more practical and logical project and provide a location for use as museum, conference centre and corporate presence. After the consultant’s conclusions became available in 2006 Mr. Edwards advised that he would not be taking his option of acquiring City of Adelaide. Mr. Edwards charitable efforts extended a life-line to the City of Adelaide that ultimately gave her another three years of reprieve.Cover on the 'City of Adelaide'
11 May 2006The Scottish Maritime Museum, faced with needing to remove the clipper from the slipway but no funding to do so, again applies to the North Ayshire council to demolish the ship. 
18 Apr 2007World Heritage Day.

North Ayrshire Council advises they have approved, with conditions, the deconstruction of the City of Adelaide.

With the City of Adelaide gone, the Cutty Sark will become the world's sole surviving composite clipper ship.
1 May 2007Save the Clipper Ship 'City of Adelaide' Action Group reconvenes.Save the Clipper 'City of Adelaide'
21 May 2007At approx 4.45am a devastating fire swept through the Cutty Sark. The fire was extinguished by the London Fire Brigade at 6.28am.

If the the Cutty Sark cannot be resurrected, and the 18 Apr 2007 decision to deconstruct the City of Adelaide proceeds, the world will have lost its last two remaining composite clipper ships.
'Cutty Sark' fire
1 Jun 2007Domain name www.cityofadelaide.org.au is established.Save Our Ship
6 Jul 2007Petitions to the Austalian Senate and the South Australian House of Assembly established on-line.South Australian House of Assembly

6 Apr 2008

This website is published (Joomla and TNG based).Save the Clipper 'City of Adelaide'

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