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  2. KAPUNDA.—RAILWAY EXTENSION.

    On Monday evening last a public meeting was held at the new Schoolroom, North Kapunda, to consider the propriety of memorialising His Excellency the Governor, to [?] a tramway to be constructed to that place, in ...

    Article : 7,126 words
  3. LONDON ART UNION

    The Anniversary Meeting of the Council and Subscribers of the Art Union of London was held at the Haymarket Theatre on the 29th of April Lord Monteagle in the chair. ...

    Article : 1,969 words
  4. DISTRICT COUNCILS.

    Present—Messrs. White (Chairman), J.D. Woods, and John Campbell. The Clerk reported having received states, twitches, and instructions for the use of the constables, and ...

    Article : 271 words
  5. THE AMERICAN FARMERS.—THEIR BUSINESS AND CHARACTER.

    The question, "Who was the first farmer?" is very frequently asked and almost always answered, "Adam" but I have failed to find the proof either in sacred or profane history that Adam was a fanner. The Bible ...

    Article : 2,270 words
  6. TALUNGA.

    Present—Messrs. Bushell (in the chair), Kowaid, and Redman. Letter read from Alfred Hardy, Esq., having reference to the required repairs of the Main North-Eastern-road ...

    Article : 179 words
  7. PORT ELLIOT AND GOOLWA.

    Present—Messrs. Higgins (Chairman), Gardner, Boothby, and Moore. The Council resolved to request Mr. Jones to carefully survey the road between Sections 2207, 2209, 2210. ...

    Article : 705 words
  8. NOARLUNGA.

    Present-Messrs. P. Hollins, E. Giles, Wm. Gray, John Mudge, and Parkin Lumb. Mr. P. Hollins was elected Chairman. The Chairman was requested to write to the Colonial ...

    Article : 67 words
  9. ALEXANDRINA.

    Present—Messrs. Crawford (Chairman) and Parker. There not being a sufficient number of Councillors to form a quorum no business was transacted. ...

    Article : 27 words
  10. MUNNO PARA EAST.

    Present—Messrs. D. Garlick, Wm. Innes, James Umpherstone, and Wm. Williams. Resolved, that the Pound at the Little Para be closed for the present but that the Poundkeeper be not released ...

    Article : 208 words
  11. MOUNT BARKER PLOUGHING MATCH.

    Judges—Messrs, William Hall, of Hull's Creek; George Addis, of The barton; Samuel Goode, jun., of Walkerville; and Abraham Shannon, of the Duck Ponds. The annual ploughing match took place on a section ...

    Article : 2,720 words
  12. YANKALILLA AND MYPONGA.

    On Thursday last a public meeting was held at the Local Court-House, Normanville, for the threefold purpose of defining the boundaries of the District of Yankalilla in the event of its separation from Myponga; to ...

    Article : 2,341 words
  13. NAIRNE.

    Present—All the members. The Clerk reported cash in hand and Bank £317 14s. 7d. The Clerk also reported that the assessment of the district had been duly confirmed—amount £10,306 17s. ...

    Article : 401 words
  14. SOUTH AUSTRALIAN AGRICULTURAL AND HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY.

    Present—Messrs. Samuel Goode, sen. (in the chair), P. Cumming, Price Maurice, Cobbledick, D. Ferguson, Cave, Brunskill, D. Fisher, and J. Fisher. FINANCE. ...

    Article : 492 words
  15. THE YANKALILLA DISTRICT COUNCIL.

    Sir—I was surprised, in reading the report of the Central Road Board's meeting in your paper of the 23rd ultimo, to find a letter from the District Council of Yankalilla insinuating disreputable motives to Mr. ...

    Article : 555 words
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