21 Feb 1850, p.3 col. B 'German Post.' Letter to the editor
27 March 1850, p.3 cols. C, D. 'German newspaper.' German company to form to establish a newspaper in their own language.
13 July 1850, p.3 col. A. 'A meeting of the committee German hospital.'
18 Nov 1850, p.3 col. C. 'New German paper started at Tanunda, edited by Mr. Steinthal.'
19 Nov 1850, p.3 col. C. 'German Interpreter - Sud Australische Zeitung.' Advocating the appointment of a German interpreter at the law courts.
16 Jan 1851, p.3 col. C. 'German Associations.' The German colonists have formed two political associations.
20 Jan 1851, p.3 col. B. 'German Hospital.' Meeting of the committee to consider thirteen plans submitted.
22 Feb 1851, p.2 col. F; 5.3.1851 p.3 col. C. 'Electoral campaign against Mr. Dutton.' German Colonists
29 March 1851, p.3 col. C. 'East Adelaide election: meeting of German electors.'
27 Aug 1855, p.2 col. F. 'German Colonists.' German Club - convened the meeting of the German colonists.
10 Sept 1855, p.3 col. D. 'To the Germans of North Adelaide.'
4 May 1857, p.2 cols. D, E. 'German immigration.' Petition for assistance.
8 June 1857, p.2 cols. D, E. 'The debate on German immigration subsidies.'
12 June 1857, p.2 col. F. 'German Emigration.' Letter regarding German immigration by an Anglican minister.
1 May 1858, pp.2-3. 'German Immigration.' A public meeting was recently held in Sydney...
6 Nov 1875, p.6 cols. A-D. 'The destitute German immigrants.'
5 Oct 1880, p.6 col. E. 'Opening of the new German Club hall.'
13 Feb 1882, p.6. 'The German colonists.'
2 Nov 1916, p.7 col. E. 'German in schools.' Bill to prohibit its teaching.
15 Nov 1916, p.1 cols. A-B Views and comments - German names.
3 Oct 1919, p.3 col. D Attitude of returned soldiers at Angaston.
28 Oct 1876, p.12 col. E. 'Arrival of German immigrants.'
12 Jan 1878, p.11 cols. B, C. 'New German club-house and theatre.'
29 Jan 1916, p.13 col. E. 'German conversation through the telephone.'
18 Nov 1916, p.37 col. B. 'Changing names. Heroes honoured at Petersburg.'
5 July 1924, p.32 col. A. 'The pioneer German Cemetery: an historical field.' By the Rev. John Blacket.
2 Nov 1916, p.8. 'Nomenclature: Wiping out the German flavour.' Committee's report.
26 July 1851, p.977. ill. The German and British Hospital.
29 Aug 1935, p.1 col. G. 'Why German names should be restored: Historical significance.'
3 Oct 1935, p.1 col. F. 'Righting a wrong: old names return.'
31 Oct 1935, p.2 col. E. 'Restoration of German names: protest recorded.'
7 Nov 1935, p.1 col. E. 'Hahndorf residents thank government.'
16 Sept 1843, p.6. 'Public meeting in aid of the German mission to the aborigines.'
22 June 1850, p.3 col. C. 'The land so generously given by Osmond Gilles as a site for the German Hospital.'
11 Oct 1857, p.7 col. C. 'German literature in the Institute Library.' [to the editor by Germans]
18 April 1857, p.7 cols. F-G; 6.6.1857 p.5 cols. F-G. 'German immigration.' Letter by Rudolf Reimer.
13 June 1857, supplement p.1 col. G - p.2 col. C. 'German Immigration.'
15 Aug 1857, p.6 cols. E, F. Editorial. 'German naturalisation.'
20 July 1861, supplement p.3 col. G. 'German Club.' Anniversary festivity.
21 Dec 1861, p.5 col. D. 'Torchlight farewell to Governor.'
21 Oct 1871, p.10. 'German peace festival.'
26 Dec 1874, p.8 col. A. 'The German Press.' Sud Australische Zeitung and the Australische Zeitung.
13 July 1878, p.21 'The German immigrants at Hamley Bridge.'
24 Aug 1878, p.22 cols. D, E. 'The new German Clubhouse, the South Australian Deutsche Gesellschaft.'
14 April 1900, p.35 col. A. 'The first German settlement.'
8 June 1839, p.2 cols. B, C. 'The Germans.'
2 Nov 1844, p.3 col. A. 'German emigration to South Australia.'
3 Sept 1855, p.2 col. B; p.3 col. A. 'German rights.' To the editor; by a septuagenarian Briton.
17 July 1915, p.3 col. H. 'German journalism in South Australia.' Arguments against German language paper published in Adelaide.
20 March 1839, p.3 col. E. 'Land for German Hospital.'
18 Aug 1843, p.2; 17.3.1846 p.3. 'The German Community.'
8 April 1845, p.2 col. E. 'German emigration to South Australia.'
25 Sept 1977, pp.50,135. 'Settlers seen in a new light.' Religious motives a myth. By John Kirby.
2 Oct 1977, pp.136-7. 'The Germans; the state's first nationalists.' Dr Richard Schomburgk, Martin Basedow, F.E. Krichauff, Uberich Hubbe, Theo Scherk.
27 July 1980, pp.44-45. Reschke, William. 'The sickening Nazi hunt that swept the Barossa.'