The PRESIDENT took the Chair at 2 o'clock. 1 THE WONGA WONGA. The Hon. J. H. BARROW said as there was just now no business before the Council, but probably would be some in the ...Article : 5,201 words
Present—Messrs. Moy (in the chair), Pearce, and Baker. Letter from Commissioner of Crown Lands concerning deviation between Balhannah and Little Humpton; also maps. Clerk to communicate with W. Asliwin concerning ...Article : 130 words
Present—The Chairman, and Messrs. Cobbledick, Norton, Pascoe, and Playford. Sundry repairs ordered, and an expenditure of £4 in improving Wood's Hill authorised. Payments, £202 10s. 11d. ...Article : 33 words
Present—His Worship the Mayor; Alderman J. Smith; Councillors Godfrey, Grosse, Menpes, and Butler. Read, letter from Mr. I. S. Henry disputing the ...Article : 192 words
James Bridgman convicted of this offence on the previous day, was brought up for sentence. His Honor said—James Bridgman; you have been found guilty of a fearful crime—a crime visited by the ...Article : 2,821 words
Final hearing. No business was done in this case. In re J. ALLEN. Adjourned final hearing. ...Article : 167 words
On Friday, November 29th, the usual monthly meeting of the Agricultural and Horticultural Society was held at the Norfolk Arms. Mr. George McEwen, M.P., occupied the chair. Present—Messrs. Messrs. E. Bagot, A. Blyth, M.P., ...Article : 613 words
LARCENY—William Form was charged with stealing from the dwelling house of Elizabeth Cox, at Thornton Park, a cash box containing 13 one pound notes, and £3 in silver The prosecutrix stated the prisoner came to her house a ...Article : 461 words
A Gazette Extraordinary was published on Friday evening containing a notification that His Excellency had that day (November 29) assented to the undermentioned Acts passed by the Legislative Council and House of Assembly during ...Article : 309 words
On Friday, November 29, the usual monthly meeting of the Farmers' Club was held at the Norfolk Arms. Present— Mr. G. Muller in the chair; Messrs. Craig, P. Cumming, D. Ferguson, J. Frame, C. T. Hewitt, and W. W. Tuxford ...Article : 879 words
Present—The Chairman and Mr. Roberts. There not being a quorum business was postponed. ...Article : 19 words
No quorum. MONDAY, NOVEMBEH 25. Present—All the Councillors, except Mr. Lane. Mr. Searle's bill for repair ot district road to stand over till ...Article : 42 words
Present—All the members. Henley Beach-road to be repaired in accordance with Superintendent's report Posts and rails to be fixed at Fulham Bridge. Councillors to inspect roads at North Richmond. List of rate defaulters ...Article : 39 words
The anniversary of St. Andrew's Day was kept on Friday evening, 29th November by the Scotchmen in South Australia. A dinner was given at the Norfolk Arms Hotel, and was a most successful affair. About ...Article : 2,043 words
Present—Messrs. H. Weman (Chairman), E. Morgan, and J. Dedman. Rate of one shilling duly carried. Mr. James Young's account £l 5s., ordered to be paid. Clerk to write Mr. Crocker, he having neglected to attend and be sworn as ...Article : 45 words
KENSINGTON WARD.—On Friday evening, the 29th November inst., a meeting, pursuant to advertisement, was convened at the Rising Sun, Kennington, at which about 50 ratepayers were present; Mr. ...Article : 768 words
Present—Messrs. G, F. Angas (Chairman), Henry Holmes, and F. Fechner. Memorial and subscription-list from rate-payers, praying for a new bridge over the Gawler, below present Stockwell bridge. List and memorial being signed ...Article : 102 words
Present—Messrs. R. S. Kelly (Chairman), Hunter, Hains, and Duncan Mr. Duncan reported on road required by Mr. Dunn. To stand over till next meeting. Immediate steps to be taken for recovery of road and part of reserve supposed ...Article : 58 words
Present—All the members. Tender accepted from Mullins and Shannon, forming road near Mrs. Fox's, £2 ss per chain. Received £1 los. subscription from R. Emmerton for Fifth Creek-road. Paid into Bank, £23; Payments ...Article : 41 words
Present—Messrs Campbell (Chairman), Huntley, Clark, and Field Poundkeeper attended and signed his bonds Letter from Crown Lands Office, stating that the Council had exceeded its privileges in appointing a reglstrai of dogs ...Article : 48 words
Present-Messrs 1 Dixon (Chairman) Lewis, Arthur Hardy, and Milford Letter from Echunga Council declining to assist in repairing old Deanery bridge Mr Joyner to proceed with gazettiug roads not objectea to by the ...Article : 88 words
Present—The Chairman, and Messrs Grylls, Packham, and A. Fergusson. Letter from Messrs Frew, Smith, Giles, and others, asking for repairs to Finniss-road by Soward's section, specifications for the work to be prepared ...Article : 143 words
On Friday, November 29th, the half yearly meeting of the Cumberland Mining Company was held at the Gresham Hotel,; about 20 persons were present Mr. F. S. Dutton, M. P., was voted to the chair. ...Article : 1,496 words
Present—Messrs. II. Dawson (Chairman), J Thyer, R. Gillard, and W Kelly Tracing of section 6048 received from Government Mr. Weir, Surveyor, to be written to, to take steps to close exchange roads through sections 6093, ...Article : 96 words
Present—Messrs John Dodd (Chairman), G Strudwick, and 1 101 rest Letter from Mr C. T. Hewitt respecting jetty house being assigned to trustees, Clerk to answer, Council are willing that it shall be so placed Received ...Article : 67 words
Present—Messrs. Norman (Chairman), White, and Palmer. Mr. Maslin attended respecting a road through his section; Messrs. White, Stewart, and Palmer to examine the same and report at next meeting. Payments, £34 19s. 5d. ...Article : 37 words
Present—Dr. Blue (Chairman), Messrs. Stark, Tucker, and Sunter. Messrs. Tucker and Sunter to [?]spect work on Giles Flat-road. Rate to be advertised, and hours of stubble burning. Issue of depasturing licences deferred. ...Article : 38 words
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