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  2. MOUNT GAMBIER

    The extreme inclemency of the weather has somewhat abated—this being the third day we have had fine— and every advantage has been taken of it by the farmers for sowing and ...

    Article : 450 words
  3. THE LATE REV. T. Q. STOW.

    On Sunday last funeral sermons for the late Rev. T. Q. Stow were delivered in most of the Congregational Chapels. We subjoin some brief particulars:— ...

    Article : 4,281 words
  4. THE NORTHERN AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY'S CENTRAL PLOUGHING MATCH AND SHOW OF STOCK AT WATERVALE

    The central ploughing match of the Northern Agricultural Society took place at Watervale on the 4th inst. It had been arranged by the Committee that instead of two or three small matches ...

    Article : 1,074 words
  5. WATERVALE.

    On Tuesday last, a boy named Peter Anderson, 13 years of age, nearly lost his life in our creek. He had keen sent by Captain Robertson with a horse for the use of a youth attending the public ...

    Article : 670 words
  6. KAPUNDA.

    An inquest was held yesterday by Mr. Browne, at Freeman's, on the Lower Light, on the body of Mr. James Glynn, who was found in the river on the previous day. Although greatly disfigured, he ...

    Article : 226 words
  7. GUICHEN BAY

    The Weather with us continues changeable and unsettled, and a few days of fine warm sunshine would doubtless be as beneficial as it would be acceptable. ...

    Article : 491 words
  8. GILB [?]

    The rains came late. Many prognosticated that we should have another dry whiter; but the last two mouths have proved the contrary—we have had incessant rain, with the exception of a few ...

    Article : 292 words
  9. AUBUR[?]

    Like most other districts, this has suffered severe loss from the effects of Monday's flood. The bridge crossing the Wakefield to Mintaro, just finished by the Council at a cost of £50, has been ...

    Article : 285 words
  10. CLARE.

    After three weeks of almost incessant rain there appears some sign of a change, which is very much needed, as the crops are likely to suffer severely, particularly in the flats in this district. Last night ...

    Article : 328 words
  11. KAPUNDA PLOUGHING MATCH.

    Judges.—Ploughing—James Miller and J. Hawkswell. The third was not appointed when the mail left. Horses—W. C. Oldham,—Catchcside, — Flavel, and D. Shannon. ...

    Article : 473 words
  12. LAST THURSDAY'S GOVERNMENTLAND SALE.

    {No abstract available}

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 1,318 words
  13. STREAKY BAY

    I have nothing of any importance to communicate. Since I last wrote the weather has continued wet and stormy, and we now wish for a little dry weather. ...

    Article : 174 words
  14. TANUNDA

    A public meeting was held on Saturday, the 9th instant, at the Tanunda Hotel, Tanunda, for the purpose of considering the propriety or other wise of again establishing an Agricultural and ...

    Article : 694 words
  15. KOORINGA.

    On Thursday evening last the Burra Lodge of Freemasons gave a ball at the Burra Hotel. Schraeder's hand came up from Adelaide for the occasion, and the other preparatory arrangements ...

    Article : 459 words
  16. GOOLWA.

    On Tuesday, the 5th instant, the members of the Goolwa Volunteer Company entertained the commanding officer, Captain T. W. Higgins, to a complimentary dinner at the Corio Hotel. The chair ...

    Article : 750 words
  17. MODRURY UPPER DRY CREEK, AND GOLDEN GROVE PLOUGHING MATCH.

    Judges—Messrs. W. lanes, W. Fergusson, and T. Dayman. The Modbury, Upper Dry Creek, and Golden Grove annual ploughing match was arranged to ...

    Article : 560 words
  18. CORONER'S INQUEST AT BEYNELLA.

    Mr. T. Young, J.P., who acted in the absence of the Stipendiary Magistrate of the district, held an inquest at the Crown Inn, Reynella, on the 12th inst., on the body of Samuel Trengrove, which had ...

    Article : 665 words
  19. GAWLER.

    Since my last I have heard of further damage done by the late floods. It appears that Dr. Schomburgk's garden and vineyard at Buchsfelde near this, was greatly Injured by the river ...

    Article : 412 words
  20. THE LATE MR. JAMES CHAMBERS

    The following sketch of the colonial career of the late Mr. James Chambers has been communicated to us by a personal friend of the deceased:—"Like the early falling leaves of autumn, one by ...

    Article : 1,310 words
  21. ANGASTION

    A baptismal service was held in the old chapel on Friday evening, the 1st inst., when three young persons were immersed by the Rev. J. Hannay. Sermons on the recent removal of the Rev. T.Q. ...

    Article : 500 words
  22. DRY CREEK PLOUGHING MATCH.

    Judges— Messrs. R. Milne and T. Brady. The Dry Creak Annual Ploughing Match took place on Thursday, August 14, in a section of land belonging to Mr. Ryan, situated on the ...

    Article : 1,122 words
  23. WALLAROO.

    A report has been current during the week that surface copper had been found on Section No. 234, F[?]niss Mining Claims, and I see the Captain has placed some hands to costeen on the spot for the ...

    Article : 391 words
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