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3 NeilHamilton 3,400,132
4 DonnaTelfer 3,201,206
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2 noelwoodhouse 3,855,133
3 NeilHamilton 3,400,003
4 DonnaTelfer 3,201,185
5 Rhonda.M 3,004,791
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Our Roll of Honor. No. 27.—MR. JOSEPH THOMPSON J.P. (Article), Weekly Herald (Adelaide, SA : 1894 - 1898), Friday 28 August 1896 [Issue No.99] page 3 2019-08-18 22:14 of which ,he ;ii&£:'held ,'yjftMpuS; Volitions of
the great Labor troubles;;in the ;^vfth of
England in the year 187Q, when thej}-liours
day was fouglit and won, lie was appointed
a delegate "to 'represent his society oh the
In this co?.pny lie jpined the Railway. jMutrial
on the council, and: afterwards 'occupied' the
position of vice-president; withMr. W. F.
Stock as president. • He was also first' chair
ciation,, and served as a representative iof the
late Railway .Commissioners at -the latter
missioners'almost caused a.cessation 6f work
oil ithe railways..:;. He also represented the
tions of chairman and - trustee -of, the Port
Adelaide Working Men's Association,' vice
of which ,he has held various positions of
the great Labor troubles;in the North of
England in the year 1870, when the9-liours
day was fouglit and won, he was appointed
a delegate to 'represent his society on the
In this colony he jpined the Railway Mutrial
on the council, and: afterwards occupied the
position of vice-president; with Mr. W. F.
Stock as president. He was also first' chair
ciation,, and served as a representative of the
late Railway .Commissioners at the latter
missioners almost caused a.cessation of work
on the railways..:;. He also represented the
tions of chairman and trustee of, the Port
Adelaide Working Men's Association, vice
Our Roll of Honor. No. 27.—MR. JOSEPH THOMPSON J.P. (Article), Weekly Herald (Adelaide, SA : 1894 - 1898), Friday 28 August 1896 [Issue No.99] page 3 2019-08-18 22:06 bom . hi' Newcastle-oit-Ty n e, England, on
September 1,1850. Educated ait national and
private schools, She commenced work wheji
ten years of age. . He first served ,au appx'en
ticesjpiip q,s a bake^, and .forked; at the trade
till 1875, when, 'on account of. indifferent
in Australia. '. He arrived at Port Adelaide
by.'the sliip " Liidy Jocelyn " aVout Christ
tension 'of the' Port Wakefield Hallway to
Hoyle's: Plains. 1 He then returned to Port
Adelaide and' joined the S.A, Carrying Co.',
with whfoin he remained till1 the '6hd 'ofl 87&,
ait U-liich time the authorities abolished
the :hired truck system, and he<exchanged
from the, Si A. Carrying; ;Co.to the Railway
Department: las :check clerk, which position
he held till the , re-iiitroduct£oi}:of thp hired
truck in, the beginning of 189Q4. w.hen he, was
retrenched from the, r.aU\yp,y. service. He
rejoined the Government service yi Alay,
which employment he is engaged at'.'the p're
seiit'tiine: MrJ Thompson has always taken
On active interest' Sft "friendly • and trade
societies' matters; and; was a1 member of the
ciety in England, and he belongs to-'the
Grand United' 'Ordef'aWd: the Independent
bom . hi' Newcastle-on-Tyne, England, on
September 1,1850. Educated at national and
private schools, he commenced work when
ten years of age. . He first served ,an appx'en
ticesjpiip as a baker, and worked; at the trade
till 1875, when, on account of. indifferent
in Australia. He arrived at Port Adelaide
by.'the sliip " Lady Jocelyn " about Christ
tension of the Port Wakefield Railway to
Hoyle's: Plains. He then returned to Port
Adelaide and' joined the S.A, Carrying Co,,
with whom he remained till the end of 1878
at which time the authorities abolished
the hired truck system, and he exchanged
from the, S.A. Carrying; Co.to the Railway
Department:as check clerk, which position
he held till the re-introduction of the hired
truck in, the beginning of 1890 when he was
retrenched from the railway service. He
rejoined the Government service in may,
which employment he is engaged at' the pre-
sent tiine: Mr Thompson has always taken
On active interest' Sft friendly and trade
societies' matters; and; was a member of the
ciety in England, and he belongs to the
Grand United' 'Order and the Independent
THE LATE MR. JOSEPH THOMPSON (Article), Port Adelaide News (SA :1913 - 1933), Friday 27 March 1925 [Issue No.33] page 1 2019-08-18 21:24
THE COBRICO MARSH. THE LANDHOLDERS COMBINE TO EFFECTUALLY DRAIN ITS RICH AREAS. INTERESTING RECLAMATION SCHEME. (Article), Camperdown Chronicle (Vic. : 1877 - 1954), Tuesday 13 February 1906 [Issue No.5058] page 3 2019-08-14 23:02 Mesar*. C. O. Bhut?r, David Errey
(Cobnco) and Dr. Desailly hue ?uder
taken the draining of tb* Oobrico marsh,
which ii estimated to comprise an area
of 600 or 600 seres. The task of keeping
the fluod w?ten within reasonable limit*
haa been a knotty problem erer since lha
manh waa thrown open for selection,
bat the difficulty was in gettinic the water
low enough. For the early settler* thii
waa a big undertaking, as the land waa
waa cat in an irregular line and haa been
time, but its success has not been com
plete. It is the intention of the gentle
from the lake, straight to the outlet, ?n
ment an oil eDgine and a large pump,
per hour, will be placed and the negotia
tion* for this purchase are under way
ao low that it is almost impossible to get
water off quickly, and the resale is that
is fcaid that the late Mr. T. P. Errey
Mr. D*vid Errey has grown 100 ton* to
the ?ere. In the light of the fact th?t
table matter has been rotting on the j
The depth of this rich accumulation ia
not kouwo, and its carrying capacity is
patches of land at present free from tfa*
tha holders in co operation show* that
first-class land to remain practically un
Mesar*. C. g sHUTER. Bhut, David Errey
(Cobnco) and Dr. Desailly have uder
taken the draining of the Oobrico marsh,
which is estimated to comprise an area
of 600 or 600axres. The task of keeping
the flood waters within reasonable limits
has been a knotty problem erer since lhe
marsh was thrown open for selection,
but the difficulty was in gettinig the water
low enough. For the early settlers this
was a big undertaking, as the land waa
was cut in an irregular line and has been
time, but its success has not been com-
plete. It is the intention of the gentle-
from the lake, straight to the outlet, an
ment an oil engine and a large pump,
per hour, will be placed and the negotia-
tions for this purchase are under way
so low that it is almost impossible to get
water off quickly, and the result is that
is said that the late Mr. T. P. Errey
Mr. David Errey has grown 100 tons to
the axre. In the light of the fact that
table matter has been rotting on the
The depth of this rich accumulation is
not known, and its carrying capacity is
patches of land at present free from the
tha holders in co operation shows that
first-class land to remain practically un-
How to Make Silage. (Article), The Queenslander (Brisbane, Qld. : 1866 - 1939), Saturday 2 August 1890 page 215 2019-08-14 18:43 and keeping tip the condition of tht cows mart
readily than whin fad with other artificial*)
food!
and keeping tip the condition of tht cows more
readily than whin fed with other artificial
food.
How to Make Silage. (Article), The Queenslander (Brisbane, Qld. : 1866 - 1939), Saturday 2 August 1890 page 215 2019-08-14 18:42 Brd April and I mast confess that I felt very
Bid., but on going deeper I found all the remain*
the roof to allow me to out out a Bquare about
Bft. across, cutting one piece to the bottom be
used up on the 18th Jane. Cows were fed from
in favour of ensilage, not by any means the
least, to mind, being that it can be made in wet
opportunity to cut for ensilage much earlier
ably impressed with it that I have given up tht
strong for ensilage, we will hear fewer cam*
plaints about losses in dairies through tht
3rd April and I mast confess that I felt very
3 in.., but on going deeper I found all the remain*
the roof to allow me to out out a square about
3ft. across, cutting one piece to the bottom be
used up on the 18th June. Cows were fed from
in favour of silage, not by any means the
least, to mind, being that it can be made in wetet
opportunity to cut for silage much earlier
ably impressed with it that I have given up the
strong for ensilage, we will hear fewer com-
plaints about losses in dairies through the
How to Make Silage. (Article), The Queenslander (Brisbane, Qld. : 1866 - 1939), Saturday 2 August 1890 page 215 2019-08-14 18:34 well firmed down at lower end of hole se as to
Bft all over the hole. The sides as nearly M
possible were perpendicular. The stuff «v
then out and thrown into the hole as soon U
out, and well tramped, and in about nine dayi
surface and weight put on at the rate of lewt.
out of the excavation was then banked against
on the 25th November, and about Sin. of the
about sft. in thickness of newly eat grass
material again replaced, and th«n left without
well firmed down at lower end of hole so as to
8ft all over the hole. The sides as nearly as
possible were perpendicular. The stuff was
then out and thrown into the hole as soon as
cutt, and well tramped, and in about nine dayi
surface and weight put on at the rate of 1 cwt.
out of the excavation was then banked againstst
on the 25th November, and about 3in. of the
about 5ft. in thickness of newly eat grass
material again replaced, and then left without
How to Make Silage. (Article), The Queenslander (Brisbane, Qld. : 1866 - 1939), Saturday 2 August 1890 page 215 2019-08-14 18:26 was dag about Bft. deep, and A drain lft. widt
down to the clay, which is about lit. from tht
surface, dag around the hole and filled to the
surface with clay and rammed down, and el»y
was dug about 3ft. deep, and a drain1ft. widt
down to the clay, which is about 1ft. from the
surface, dug around the hole and filled to the
surface with clay and rammed down, and clay
How to Make Silage. (Article), The Queenslander (Brisbane, Qld. : 1866 - 1939), Saturday 2 August 1890 page 215 2019-08-14 18:24 The size of the pit was 18ft. x lift. This holt
The size of the pit was 18ft. x 11ft. This hole
How to Make Silage. (Article), The Queenslander (Brisbane, Qld. : 1866 - 1939), Saturday 2 August 1890 page 215 2019-08-14 18:23 readily than whin fad with otto aiUfltf*)
readily than whin fad with other artificial*)

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