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  2. COUNTRY NEWS.

    Last Sunday and following day the Sunday-school anniversary of the Weslayans took place here, when sermons appropriate to the occasion were preached by the Rev. J. Allen. On the ...

    Article : 292 words
  3. INDEPENDENT ORDER OF RECHABITES.

    The half-yearly meeting of this district took place on Tuesday morning, September 17, in the New Rechabite Hall, York, Port-road. There was present the Rev. J. G. Wright ...

    Article : 1,283 words
  4. KAPUNDA.

    September 14.—Present—The Chairman; Councillors White, Windebank, and Hazel Minutes of last meeting read and confirmed. Resolved, that John Daly's contract for a ...

    Article : 222 words
  5. WOODSIDE, SEPT. 15.

    On Wednesday last, there was a very large meeting of the ratepayers, held at the Woodside Inn, when a shilling rate was carried by a majority of 91. As the Government is about to ...

    Article : 378 words
  6. MITCHAM.

    Sept. 16.—Present—Messrs. Easther (Chairman), Prince, Shepley, and Howard. Memorial from ratepayers near Shepherd's Hill, South-road. Recommendation from Brighton District ...

    Article : 152 words
  7. KINCRAIG, SEPTEMBER 16.

    In consequence of the severity of the weather shearing is put off for an indefinite period. For the last few days we have had almost continual rain, accompanied by thunderstorms. The ...

    Article : 293 words
  8. CORONER'S INQUESTS.

    On Friday afternoon, September 13, the Coroner, Mr. R. Ingleby, J.P., held an inquest at the Wellington Inn, Currie-street, to enquire into the cause of death of Edward Cardell, who ...

    Article : 778 words
  9. SOUTH RHINE, SEPT. 17.

    On Wednesday, September 11th, at Eden Valley, Mr. C. Baker, son of the Rev. Mr. Baker, of Salt Creek, while jumping during the ploughing match, slipped and fell, seriously ...

    Article : 114 words
  10. MYPONGA.

    September 14.—Present—Mr. E. E. Hewett, Chairman, and Messrs. Richard Pavy and R. Rowley. Council agreed to sell tree on Lovely Valley-road, to Trustees of the Lovely Valley ...

    Article : 86 words
  11. THE FLOWER SHOW.

    The Town Hall was the scene of another show of flowers, fruits, and vegetables on Thursday, September 19, and the Horticultural and Floricultural Society may well be ...

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  12. DISTRICT COUNCILS.

    Sept. 14.—Present—All except Mr. Gates. Tender from Mr. Carruth for cutting hill leading to Martin's Jetty, at £8 10s., accepted. Mr. David Mann waited on Council to know if ...

    Article : 160 words
  13. TALISKER, SEPTEMBER 18.

    On Monday last, the 16th instant, the adjourned tea and public meetings in connection with the reopening services of the Talisker Wesleyan School-Chapel were held. The day ...

    Article : 273 words
  14. NAIRNE.

    September 17.—Present—All but Councillor Gale. Wages to be reduced to 4s. 6d. per day from date. Letter from Crown Lands Office, notifying withdrawal from sale of Sections 121 ...

    Article : 143 words
  15. MACLAREN VALE.

    On Monday evening, 16th instant, in the girls' schoolroom, W. Townsend, Esq., M.P., delivered his highly instructive and amusing lecture, "Lights and Shadows of London Life." ...

    Article : 157 words
  16. BAROSSA EAST.

    September 9.—Present—All Mr. Lemm reported having had repairs done near Potter's dam to the amount of £2 5s. Five tenders for making ford, Hoffnungsthal-road; Mr. Marx ...

    Article : 109 words
  17. NOARLUNGA.

    September 16.—Present—Messrs. J. Clarke (Chairman), P. Bell, G. Radford, P. Lumb, and G. Yates. Letter from J. B. Poole respecting prize design for dam. Letter from Crown ...

    Article : 166 words
  18. MILLBROOK, SEPT. 19.

    During the past fortnight we have had great quantities of rain here. The Chain of Ponds has been higher than it has been for the year, and the Torrens at Cudlee Creek so flooded as ...

    Article : 265 words
  19. TWO WELLS, SEPTEMBER 18.

    The weather for the past week or ten days has been very rough and stormy, with plenty of rain, which is very good for farm operations, and will be very beneficial to the crops, so much ...

    Article : 601 words
  20. BREMER.

    September 14.—Present—All. Tenders accepted, building timber bridge near J. McLean's, W. Dick, £103; other tenders, J. Sedunary, £114 10s.; R. Nutt, £156 10s.; making 15 ...

    Article : 282 words
  21. ONAUNGA.

    September 14.—Present—Messrs. Foster (in the chair), Hooper, Hunter, and Jaensch, Letter from Nairne Council regarding Junction Ford; Clerk to write and ask them to call for tenders ...

    Article : 72 words
  22. ONKAPARINGA.

    September 6.—Present—All. Mr. McCorquindale applied for repairs to road near Fishlock's; to be inspected by Mr. Fountain. Mr. Pfeiffer reported concerning road near Hanhdorf. ...

    Article : 117 words
  23. MOONTA, SEPTEMBER 18.

    Dr. Carr has paid us a visit. On Monday and Tuesday evenings he performed at the Prince of Wales Hotel to crowded audiences, in fact the room was overfilled, so that there was scarcely ...

    Article : 236 words
  24. PARA WIRRA.

    September 14.—Present—Mr. Wm. Scott (Chairman), Messrs. Levett, Wheaton, and Tippett. Letter from Teatree Gully Council, offering to contribute £10 towards the work ...

    Article : 297 words
  25. BRIGHTON.

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  26. INQUEST AT KOORINGA.

    On Monday the 16th inst, Mr. M. MacDermott, Coroner for the Burra District, held an inquest at the Miners' Arms, Kooringa, on the body of Diana Bagg, who had been found dead ...

    Article : 700 words
  27. BURNSIDE.

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  28. OAKBANK.

    The weather has been very stormy and a great deal of rain has fallen during the last few days, which has caused the Onkaparinga River to overflow its banks, doing considerable ...

    Article : 129 words
  29. VIRGINIA, SEPTEMBER 19.

    A meeting of the Port Gawler and Virginia Agricultural Society was held on Wednesday evening at the Wheat Sheaf Inn. Present—Mr. W. McCord, President of the Society, (in the ...

    Article : 379 words
  30. CLARE.

    September 16.—Present—Mr. Chapman (Chairman), Councillors Kimber, Priest, Butler, and Trilling. Mr. Trilling reported having inspected ford by Section 493, and that same ...

    Article : 247 words
  31. STEPNEY.

    September 13.—Present—Messrs. Broad. Goss, Heinemann, and Brooker. Report of Payneham Poundkeeper read. Notice of appeal against assessment by Rev. F. Williams, of St. ...

    Article : 112 words
  32. SMITHFIELD, SEPTEMBER 16.

    The anniversary services of the Presbyterian Church, Smithfield, took place on the 15th and 16th of September. The Rev. Mr. Henderson, of Port Adelaide, preached morning and evening ...

    Article : 795 words
  33. SOUTH AUSTRALIAN DISTRICT.—HALF-YEARLY MEETING.

    The half-yearly District Committee of the South Australian District of Rechabites was held in the Southern Star Tent-room, Wakefield-street, on Tuesday, September 17. Present— ...

    Article : 681 words
  34. UPPER WAKEFIELD.

    September 10.—Present—All but Mr. King, Mr. Ward in the chair. Renewal of slaughtering licence, William Truscott. Tenders for specification. No. 95, six tenders, H. Rosser ...

    Article : 262 words
  35. Advertising

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    Advertising : 241 words
  36. GILBERT.

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  37. WELLINGTON, SEPTEMBER 16.

    On Thursday, the 12th instant, a meeting was held at the East Wellington Hotel, for the purpose of taking some steps towards the formation of a District Coroner. Nothing definite ...

    Article : 231 words
  38. HINDMARSH.

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  39. INQUEST AT PORT ADELAIDE.

    An inquest was held before the Coroner, R. Ingleby, and a Jury, at the Princess Hotel, Port Adelaide, on the body of Thomas Francis, employed at the smelting works, who met his ...

    Article : 559 words
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