Definition of Darling River
1. Noun. An Australian river; tributary of the Murray River.
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Literary usage of Darling River
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1. Australasia by Alfred Russel Wallace, Francis Henry Hill Guillemard (1893)
"Joins Rankin and Livingstone counties, and is bounded on the north-west by the Darling River. 113. WESTMORELAND. East. Joins Cook and Georgiana counties. ..."
2. Report of Meeting by ANZAAS, ANZAAS. (1903)
"... of Lower Budda, Darling River, about 150 miles below Bourke, for the specimens and for much of his information. According to reliable testimony, ..."
3. The Native Tribes of South-east Australia by Alfred William Howitt (1904)
"... whose country, according to Mr. ALP Cameron,1 is on the Darling River, between the junction of the Bogan with it and a point about half-way between ..."
4. The Dominion of Australia: An Account of Its Foundations by W. H. L. Ranken (1874)
"... of this plain without a system of drainage — Watersheds — Thomson river—Darling river—Margins and watersheds of this plain— its exposure coastwise. ..."
5. ... Mineral Products of New South Wales by New South Wales Dept. of Mines, Harrie Wood, Charles Smith Wilkinson, Archibald Liversidge, Robert Etheridge, Robert Logan Jack (1882)
"On the north side of the lateral range lies the great basin of the Darling River, and on the south side is that of the Murray River. ..."