The SPEAKER took the Chair at 21 minutes to 2 o'clock. PETITIONS. Mr. KINGSTON presented a petition from 19 residents in the neighbourhood of Kapuuda, praying for immigration. ...Article : 12,700 words
Present—Messrs. Mildred, M.P. (in the chair), Beddome, S.M.; Glandfield, Mayor; Holthouse, Secretary; and Bee, Relieving Officer. The Relieving Officer reported having issued outdoor relief ...Article : 494 words
Present—Messrs. Barritt, Gramp, Peake, and Altmann. Mr. Gramp was elected Chairman. Bank account to be removed to National Bank, Gawler. Looby's application for 30l. on account of works in progress refused, as Surveyor ...Article : 41 words
Annual Meeting. — Present — All the members. Mr. McLean was appointed Chairman and Treasurer. Clerk to revise assessment Overseer to attend to repairs on Gawlerroad bridge near Scoular's, and road leading[?] past Innes's. ...Article : 49 words
East Ward—Mr. Bradley in chair. Four persons proposed as Councillors, A poll being taken, Messrs. John Milford and Thomas Dixon were elected. West Ward[?]Mr[?] Davies in chair. Mr. T. Cornish was elected Councillor; Messrs. ...Article : 68 words
Present—T. (H. Bean (Chairman), J. L. Davis, and Thomas Forrest John Hunt applied to cut timber off road between sections 69[?] and 693, 673 and 693, and 674 and 692. Granted, to cut level with ground. Clerk to write to S.A. ...Article : 103 words
Present—All members. Mr. Searle stated district road by his property impassable, and offered to keep it in repair for 12 months for [?]l. Mr. Goddard to inspect and report. Clerk laid balance-sheet before Council, signed by Auditors. ...Article : 108 words
Present—All members. Mr. Thos. Ninnis was appointed Chairman. £100 to be paid to Messrs. Bagot & Labatt; they to hand Council acceptances which they hold. Meeting to be convened on immigration. Surveyor to inspect ...Article : 223 words
The general annual meeting of the subscribers to the above Institution was held at the Collegiate School, on Friday, July 12, at half-past 2 p.m. The Chair was taken by the Patroness of the Institution, Lady MacDonnell. The ...Article : 763 words
Present—Messrs. Leonard, Dinham. Ransford, and Morris. Mr. J. C. Leonard was elected Chairman, and Mr. Benjamin B. Parlor, Clerk. List of Crown lands for private sale received. Letter from Mr. Kelly respecting deviation near the ...Article : 109 words
Annual Election Meeting. Mr. W. H. Russell in the chair. Five persons were proposed. Show of hands resulted in return of Mr. James Sim. of Balmoral; Mr. John Korff, Lyndoch Valley-road; and Mr. Thomas Winton, ...Article : 127 words
Present—Messrs. Williams. Walters, Behrens, Mayfield, and Trevennan. Mr. Williams was re-elected Chairman. Memorial from Highercombe District with regard to appropriation of funds by Road Board; arrived too late for Council ...Article : 180 words
Meeting of Ratepayers—Mr. Thomas Atkinson in chair. Clerk produced abstract of the receipts and expenditure for year, signed by Auditors and Chairman. A rate of 1s. in p[?]and was agreed to. ...Article : 68 words
In re J. BURNETT, J. TREBILCOCK, AND M. DEEBLE. Final bearing. Mr. Downer appeared for Messrs[?] Deeble and Treb[?]lcock; Mr. Hardy for the Assignees; and Mr. Hicks for the Messrs. ...Article : 570 words
On Wednesday evening, July 10, the 18th anniversary of this Lodge was celebrated in the Lodge room at the Supreme Court Hotel. Augas-street. The attendance of brothers and friends was large, over a ...Article : 882 words
Present—All the members. Mr. R. S. Kelly was elected Chairman. Trees on Rowe's Hill sold to Mr. Curzaer for 1l. Messrs. Duncan and Haines to report on roads near Hermitage. Council to visit Para-road on Saturday. Chairman ...Article : 65 words
Present—Messrs. R. Budgen, J. Wilson, J. Clark, and T. Pedler. Mr. Budgen was elected Chairman. Chairman to wait on Commissioner of Public Works, and request him to send surveyor to inspect the site of new works at the Port ...Article : 210 words
Present—All the members. Received protest against election of Mr. Patrick Hewitt, who retired. Mr. Josh. Collins was elected Chairman. Two tenders for clerkship; P[?] Rowlands' accepted, at 65l. per annum. James Drave's tender ...Article : 70 words
Present—Messrs. Tucker, in the chair. Stark, and Sunter. As a councillor had to be elected iu place of Mr. Gollan, resigned, election of chairman to stand over till next meeting. Of three tenders for assessing district, Mr. Noyes, was ...Article : 50 words
Presentt—Messrs. J. Sloggett (Chairman), Thomas Hair, George Gale, Richard Burley, and Nicholas Thomas. Mr. James Sloggett, ot Nairne, waa elected Chairman. Clerk reported Messrs. J. W. Parsons and John Clez[?], jun[?] were ...Article : 94 words
Present—Messrs. Boord, Gollop, W. Reeds, jun., and Mr W. Weir. Mr. Weir was elected Chairman. Received list of unsold lands from Crown Lands Office; to be exhibited in Council-room. Received memorial from ratepayers, ...Article : 71 words
STEALING HAY.—John Edwards and George Edwards weie brought up, charged with the above offence. Mr. Rudall defended the prisoners. John Edwards pleaded not guilty. George Edwards pleaded guilty of taking the hay, ...Article : 302 words
Presentt—All the members. Mr. Spotswood was elected Chairman. Received rates, 24l. 19s. 6d.; paid, 70l 12s. Widow of Poundkeeper at Prospect attended with returns, and stated that in consequence of his long illness sh[?] was ...Article : 99 words
Presentt—All the members. Letter from Mr. Hardy, calling attention of Council to bouudary road near Crafers. Proposed, to advance one half the coat of the needful repairs. To be done. Chairman reported attending meeting of Road ...Article : 63 words
Meeting for adoption of rate. Mr. Henry Dawson in the chair. Assessment showed annual value of property to be 17,634l. Rate of one shilling in the pound was carried Ordinary Business.—Present—Messrs. II. Dawson ...Article : 129 words
Present—Messrs. G. Dew, J. Hemingway, C. M. Pearson, C. J. Everard, and Robert Merchant. Mr. George Dew was elected Chairman. Superintendent's report read. Footbridge at the Reedbeds to be repaired. Posts fixed at the ...Article : 97 words
DRUNK.—Fanny Bear, charged with being drunk, was, as an old offender, fined 10s. AFFILIATION.—John Martin, of Mount Barker, bootmaker, was charged with being the father of an illegitimate child, ...Article : 107 words
Annual Meeting.—Present—Messrs. Cobbledick (in the chair,) Norton, Pascoe, and Playford, Tenders for fencing new road on Section 857, Priestly & Hockley's at 4s. 6d. per rod, accepted. Council to inspect the Greenhill-road, and ...Article : 49 words
Present—Messrs. Sunman (in the chair), Gardner, Wardle, Allen, and Price. Mr. Anderson, of Currency Creek, allowed to remove stone from Gorge near bridge. Mr. Trieg's tender, for fittings in Port Elliot schoolhouse, ...Article : 108 words
MORE CHALLENGES!—Rifle matches bid fair to be the order of the day. The Milang and Free Rifles Companies have challenged the Adelaido Regiment— twelve men on each side—and the Brighton and Sturt ...Article : 39 words
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