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  2. "FOURTH OF JUNE" AT ETON.

    A graceful poet has said-and truly—that the "hours of fulness are not the hours of song," and it is difficult indeed to sing of Eton filled to the very brim with memories of a glorious ...

    Article : 2,045 words
  3. MR. H. KAINS JACKSON'S BREADSTUFFS AND HARVEST REPORT.

    [?] harvest within three weeks from this date, allowing for fine weather, within a month with ordinary weather, or with had weather within ...

    Article : 1,396 words
  4. COUNTRY NEWS

    After a few days as fine weather as could be desired, we have again had some beautiful showers, which no doubt will cause the crops to grow amazingly. lam glad to say that, taken ...

    Article : 934 words
  5. DEATH OF MISS JULIA HARLAND.

    It is with extreme regret that I find recorded the death of Mrs. William Howkins. professionally known as Miss Julia Harland, which took place on the afternoon of the I9th instant ...

    Article : 1,480 words
  6. MINING INTELLIGENCE.

    YILTA—The following is Captain Cowling's report, under date August 26:—" Wright's Shaft—The lode in the bottom of this shaft, sinking below the 55-fathom level, is very ...

    Article : 443 words
  7. DISTRICT COUNCILS

    August 19.—Present—All Chairman called attention to boiling-down establishment being erected at Old Fort. Council considered it would be a great nuisance, and resolved that a ...

    Article : 80 words
  8. HAMILTON.

    August 19.—Special Meeting.—Present—All, but Councillor Ryan. Bate of la, proposed by Council (and adopted by ratepayers at ratepayers meeting held subsequently). Tenders to be ...

    Article : 40 words
  9. HANSON.

    August 19.—First meeting. Present—Messrs. J. Dow, P. Dowd, R. Kogers, and J. Bailey. sen. Mr. Bailey appointed Chairman pro tern. Mr. Giles Clerk pro tan. Clerk and Collector ...

    Article : 54 words
  10. KAPUNDA.

    August 17.—Present—All Clerk explained meeting called out of usual course to consider letter from Public Works Department, [?] Hansborough Bridge and approaches thereto. ...

    Article : 169 words
  11. LAW COURTS.

    {No abstract available}

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 683 words
  12. MITCHAM.

    August 19. -Present—Messrs. Kentish (Chairman); Prince, Anderson. Letters from F. O. Homersham, relative to road to Section 935 ; from W. M. Letchford, for culvert ...

    Article : 103 words
  13. NARRIDY AND GULNARE.

    Public meetings have been the order of the day jest lately, two having been held in these Areas during the past few days—the first at Georgetown on Friday. 16th instant, to take ...

    Article : 1,275 words
  14. MORPHETT VAEE.

    August 19.—Present—All but Mr. Galloway. Protest entered: by Councillors 'Kelly against payment of Banger.4 Petition' from seven ratepayers for repairs to Wheatsheaf-road, and ...

    Article : 69 words
  15. MOUNT BARKER.

    August 19.—Present—Messrs. Dunn (Chairman), Wraight, May, Stephenson, and Bell. Mr. Paltridge attended with pound-book Mr. Walter Paterson waited on Council to get some ...

    Article : 93 words
  16. MUNNO PARA EAST.

    August 19.—Present—All. Leave granted Mr. Stone to cut catch-drain alongside of fence in Long Gully, Council not to be liable for any damage to fence. Mr. Williams stated road ...

    Article : 123 words
  17. NAIRNE.

    August 19.—Present—All Letter from Mr. Baker, claiming compensation for land taken for road purposes through Section 2014. Monarto. Memorial from eight ratepayers in Callington, ...

    Article : 115 words
  18. NORBLUNGA.

    August 19.—Present—Messrs. O. P. Canham, (Chairman), D. Beyer, T. Dodd, O. Elliott, and J. Gribble. Clerk reported having arranged with Mr. Grummett to make approach from ...

    Article : 235 words
  19. Advertising

    {No abstract available}

    Advertising : 2,336 words
  20. NURIOOTPA.

    August 17.—Present — All. letter from Tanunda D. C. with regard to footbridge Langmeil Clerk to suggest Council call for new tenders, and to ask if it would not be ...

    Article : 838 words
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