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NOARLUNGA. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 6 April 1889

: NOARLUNGA. April 1.— Present— Ors. J. Price (ohair), S. Badford, and J, Bndgen. Tenders accepted Contract No. 53, metalling 6 chains, £3 19a. per chain; 54, timber for public pound, £4 ?4s. ;6d.; and six-barred gate, £2 10a. Works ordered— Metalling 5 chains, Seaf ordroad ; metalling 2 chains Eange-road. Receipts, £25. Payments— Main road, £73 6a. 3d.; and general. £45 Us. 2d.

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WILMINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 6 April 1889

WILMINGTON. April 3i— Present— All. Woods and Forests Department wrote stating that before they ?could accept the surrender of the Wdlowie forest leases as requested the next half year's rent must be paid; council declined to pay next half year's rent. Government wrote stating that £288 11b. 6d., Eurplos of Vermin Board 29b. 26, would be paid to council. Eight ratepayers Pinda asked that several bad places in road near sections 73, 99, and 100, bundted Pinda,' be repaired : surveyor to inspect. Tenders accepted — Forming and metalling 12 chains toad between sections 111 and 121. hundred Pinda, Peter Ward, £3 15a, per chain; cutting creek between tections 114 and 115, William Martin, £7 ; cutting drain to divert water from creek near 'Wilmington, J. Hammat, Is. per cubic yard ; cutting creek near section 24, Ooonatto, J. H, Moloney, £4; repairing three creeks on three -chain road sear Grnnike's, in Wilmington ward, M. Corcoran, £6 9s. 6d. Works to be done — 15 chains forming and meta...

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UPPER WAKEFIELD. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 6 April 1889

UPPER WAKEFIELD. March 23. — Special Meeting. — Present — Oh. 3. Allen (chair), J, M. Sandow, and R. White iiead, Ben. J. M. Haggar's resignation as Auburn poundkeeper accepted., and W. E, 3Maddern appointed. Match 30.— Pxeaent— AIL CUre council -wrote in reference to Saddleworth main road {retting into bad repair and the smaUneBd of the grant. Tenders accepted :— For district Toads— Near Mastin'a, metalling 3 chains of xoad, George Holmes, £L 7b, 9d. per chain; 3£ chains forming and metalling at Pine Creek, James Dean, £1 5s. per chain; 1& -chains catting hill near Mattchoss's and ?Scbober'e, James Baxter, £3 17s.; top metalling ford near Cattord's, Skilly, George Holmes, £4 17s. Owners of land having thistles and burrs growing to effectually destroy them. Receipts, £30 Is 10P. Payments —General, £38 5s.; *nd main roads. £38 13s. 8d.

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WEST TORRENS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 6 April 1889

WE3T T0RREN3. April 2.— Present— Ors- Bagehaw (chair), RoweUj and Gray. Offer of J. Korber to -supply posts and rails accepted ; offer of A. CruickBhankB to erect additional room at the ?district council office for £59 accepted. Iteceipts, £41 Os. Id. Payments— General, £10 Ids. 3d. ; and main roads, £58 19a. 9d.

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MITCHAM. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 6 April 1889

MITOHAM. Aptil 2. — Present— All, except Cr. Murray. Surveyor reported lease of Brown hill Greek xteeive completed. Road hitherto known as tone's road for the future to be called Avenue - road. Trees overhanging Tor re* s Ainisroad, Albert street, and church road to be cut. The opening of toad through section 36 to stand over pending reply from the Surveyor - General. The surveyor was interacted to arrange tor roau laroaga Mr. Griggfi's property. Mr. £. Shep ley wrote respecting roads adjoining his premises .; . to stand over. Mr. C. B. Hardy wrote as to roads through dpring field; receive*. Receipts. £143 7s. 7d. Pay ments—General, £111 13s. 4d, ; and main roads, £69 8b. Id.' Board of Health. — Inspector reported notices to abate nuisances had been eerved in five cases ; three had been removed, and two were in progress.

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MONARTO. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 6 April 1889

MONAETO. March 30.— Present — Cra. George Green (chair), Patterson, Gehrike, and ScheuBcher, Chairman reported having waited on Treasurer, in conjunction with deputation from Kairne Council, re erection of bridge at Callington ; xerjort favorable for same. Mr. Neumann to do sundry repairs on Seedy Greek-road for £2 5s. Clearing and grubbing — 18 feet wide— to be done on road alongside of railway line from Mobilong boundary to Johnston crossing ; also, forming and gravelling 10 chains on old Murray-road, between Jaensche's and Brown's section. Minister of Education wrote re bridge ard pillar post at Gallingtoc Receipts, £16 ls.2d. Payments— General, £23 17b. 61.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 6 April 1889

The following correspondence has passed between Mr. G. F. Hopkins and the Commis sioner of Public Works re the late Government dockyard :— ' Port Adelaide, March 7— Would you kindly inform me if the following is correct. 1. That men employed in the Way and Works Department, Adelaide, residing in and around Adelaide, are employed at H.&I. Dock yard, Glanville. 2. That such men have been, and are at the present time, receiving free passes from the Government to go to and from their work. 3. That the Gorernment or Rail way OommiBBioners have made an alteration in 1 tbe time of etartin? and leaving off work at H.M. Dockyard, to suit the convenience of the Adelaide men.— G. F. Hopkiks.' ' ' Adelaide, April 1— Referring to your queries I am di rected by the Commissioner to Bay that tha Railway Commiaaiouers report as follows: — 1. There is cow no dockyard. The yard is a railway way and works yard. 2. While tbe emploj^« have been engaged in the removal of the shops from Adelaide to...

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THE NORTHERN LAND BOARD. Orroroo, April 5. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 6 April 1889

THE NORTHERN LAKD BOARD. iBy Telegraph.] „. ? Urroroo. Aprd 5. ?j.ne urst meeting ot tee ISortbfirn Land Board was held here to day. Mr. W. Straw bridge (the Deputy Surveyor-General) was elected chairman, and the other members ? Messrs, CharleB Price, George Fuller, Edpe low, and Tolmer — were in attendance. The whole day was occupied in taking the evidence ' of a number of farmers applying for conces sions and in giving information to enquirers. To-morrow the board will commence inspect ing the land in the district.

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CYCLING. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 6 April 1889

CYCLING. A meeting of delegates ot the S.AO.U. was held at the Exchange- Hotel on April 3. . Mr. Ii. P. Lawretce presided over a full attendance. Letters were received from the Viotorian and New South Wales -Union* intimating that Messrs. T. W. Boest, E. Elliott, and H. H. Lewis hava been cbowa to represent the former in tbe Ten-rnilo Aua- ': tralian Championship, Aptil 27t whilst Me, - :. - Ernest McDonald (the well known Sy4&%g flyer) will represent New 3oatb Wales,

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CONTENTS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 6 April 1889

CONTENTS. Advertisements - - 1-2-4-19-20-23—24 Shipping _ — __.. — — 2 Oommertdal M «. s _ w _ 3 law Courts _ ~ — — ' ? 3—18 Correspondence _ _ _ _ _ 3—18 Solar and Lunar Calendar — _ _ _ 4 Births, Haulages, and Deaths _ _ _ 4 Xo Correspondents _ _ _ «, «_ 4 Leader.— Ihe Weather. --__-. 4 Keedles __..____ 4 Original Articles.— Lord Eintore— Our Defences — Drunkenness in South Australia— The Nor thern Territory „ — _ _ _ 5 Mining Intelligence — — _ „ 5— 22 General News.— Industries of the Angaston Ola biot-rVaiine Board— Public Reception to Bishop Kennion— Bishop's Home Mission— Lord Eintore and fot' Tenantry— Hills Xiand and'In vestment Society— S.A. National Rifle Associa tion— School of Vines and Industries— Heavy Ba.na— Central Board of Health— Sad Case of Suicide— Revenue and. Customs Betums— Death at a Wedding Feast— Hie Fire at OryBtal Brook 7 The Western Land Board— Mhe WjestrOoast lajiaa— The Becent Floods—Government Land Sale — Goverment Gazette— Impoundings— Weekljl Kainla...

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THE DESTRUCTION OF THE MUDLA. WIRRA-BRIDGE. Hamley Bridge, April 5. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 6 April 1889

THE DESTRUCTION OF THE MUDLA WIRRA-BR1 DGE. [By Telesrraph.l Hamley Bridge, April 5. a iceeutg- was beta in the Institute this afternoon respecting the destruction of tha Mudla Winabridge. Mr. Joseph Black occupied the chair. A motion to the effeot '?tCat tfce members fcr Yatala and Wooroora he requested to wait on tbe O.jrutnissioner of Public Works to urge the immediate rscon cbiui.biuu u- mp unuge was earned uuani' rticuply, Most of the speakers looked upon tbe destruction of the bridge as a great calamity to tte townabip aad surrounding districts snd to the general travelling public. In accordance with a, subsequent resolution a tflepram was forwarded to the Treasurer, a? king him to at once dispatch an inspector to the scene of the wreck.

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NARRAOOORTE RACING CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 6 April 1889

NARRACOORTE RACING CLUB. The following are the acceptances for Ihe meeting to be held on Saturday next :— HANDICAP IIUEWJS RACE. Bt.lb. , 8tlb. Banker _ . 11 12 Huntsman .. _ 9 9 (with penalty 12 SirDauntles ..9 7 at6Ib.) Border Banger .97 Beadsman _ _ U 7 Gossip . .9.4 Viator _ _ 10 0 Coral.. _ .92 Colonel _ . 9 12 Sunfisb. . .90 FIiTISG HANDICAP. Protector . .89 Playful . _ 7' 4 Young Agent .80 Rosebud . . 6 10 Count . .77 Darkie . _ 6 10 Tiger ... 7 7 ' RACING CLUB HANDICAP. Viator _ .87 Tiger _ .74 (with penalty 8 st.l Border Banger .74 Beggarman.. .84 Rosebud .. .69 Young Agent ' .. 7 10 DarMe . .67 Bhiesfcvn _ _ 7 9

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The Beehibe. USEFUL HINTS FOR APRIL. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 6 April 1889

Wm Jwhibe DSIFUL HINTS FOR APRIL. IBv Chables Dickikb 1 Tbe boney seeson may now be considered -to be p»at, and it woold ? be advisable for all bee keepers to carefully examine their hives and make sure that they have not robbed them too closely, also to make sure that the bees have Bcffioitnt store left them to last through tbe winter and a little beyond, so that the bees may feel satisfied that they have plenty of food to carry them through until the next flow of boney. They are thereby encouraged to com mence breeding earl*,. which is of considerable importance insetting up strong stacks for tbs coming season, for should hives Bhow tbe least sign of poverty in cold weatherthe bees will not raise brood, and to make the mtttec worse they will often destroy the brood in the process of hatching in order to economise their store. Should aoy hive* bave been, too closely; robbed the beekeeper shoald notion any time in feeding them upto.at least 20 lb. in weight. i.e., tbe-foames, bees, ...

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BLINMAN RACES. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 6 April 1889

BLINMAN RACES. The following are the weights issued by Me. Henry Hughes for the races on April 23 and 23:— BUXMAX HANDICAP. . ? Two miles. St. lb et. &. Lancer - . 10 0 Apology _ .92 Seaweed . . 9 10 Sarohedon „ „ 8 7 Shotover _ .98 Deception _ .84 Black Angel -96 Dingo . .80 HAKBICAP HURDLE RACK. Twomttes. Mohawk _ „ 11 TlBtondin . .10 0 Pebble _ .11 4jDon _ _ .97 FLYIKa HAKmOAP. Three-quarters 'mite. lancer _ .10 41 Sarohedon . . 8 18 Seaweed . .10 OlTkeception . .87 Shotover „ _ 9 12|Dinpj . .86 Handfly _ . 9 10 1 linnet _ . 8 S Blaok Angel t . 9 8|Dainila _ _ 8 3 Apology . .9 B 1 Lady of the Lake. 8 0

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 6 April 1889

A rumor was eiroutatedtoAIelaide m Friday to the «Ssot that **£**£&£? Sontb Anstralisn loan, aaioaaHnt te«sW» bad beta taken ap by 'gj*^? $£%. IS Treasnrer, however^|aforna^^»*e-»ap reeeived « laforBBatisa m ^J'^^*^ the Agsmt GeasraliWbo » - ywm - V^m/sP'-d DortaBce ef'taa tisassjlinw *5«r» ^W^m& STtb up°tTS 6a^ ti^ tte-S-eaS»3t VBU-wtreeJcs.?. . n£±£§

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THE TORRENS REGATTA. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 6 April 1889

THE TOBRENS REGATTA; The preliminary heats in connection with tbe April Torrens regatta were rowed on Thurs day, April 4, and in most cases dose finishes were tie order. The schools led off, St. Peter's acd the Adelaide Collegiate boys being the contestants. Both crews got away to a good start. St. .Peter's shooting the City-bridge ahead and rowing with good time and swing, eventually winning by 10 . lengtDB, WDinnams ana trmuo juiedu iui lowed. The North Adelaide boys, who a week back were voted as having no show, astonished everybody by repeating tbe victory of St. Peter's in the first heat. They rowed admirably, and deserved their viotory. The final between the two winnine crews ought to be very exciting. The seniors now appeared, on the scene, the Adelaides— (S ) A. Wood, (3) E Adams, (2) H. Adams. (I) J. Bruce— v. the Universitie8-(S ) A. P. Cox, (3) Henniog, (2) WinnaU, (I) Wyatt— doing battle for the Secretary's Cup. The race from tha Btart was very well contested, but the li...

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LUNAR AND SOLAR CALENDER.—APRIL, 1883. PHARES OF THE MOON. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 6 April 1889

tTOAB IHD ?OIAK OArJOTOML-APBIL, 1S33. Fbjab- or m Hook. lUttQawtai — - 8th-Uy, llh. Im.ptn. FnllHOOn _ — — 16th day, 7h- 83m. a.m &MI Quarter— — — ajodday.llh. 10m. p.m. Mew Moon _ - - 80th d»y. llh. 19m. p.m. m.— TWb 8an San ! Moon : Kaon Vty. Date, rf^ M|fc j j^ ? Mjfc - —— — [ ' a.m. p.m. . a.m. i p.m. Monday - 1 6.14 5.64 i 6.36 i 6.33 Soeaday - « 6.15 6.63 7.St ; 7.7 Wednesday _ 8 6.16 6 51 8.32 7.40 Chonday _ 4 6.17 i 5.50 ! 9.29 S.U Friday _ _ 6 6.17 I 6.48 ! 10 25 i S.SO Batntday _ 0 6.16 i 5.47 - 11.20 i 9.:;i Sunday. _j T 6.19 6.46 p.m. ' 10.16 ?fonday _ \ 8 C.20 5 44 l.S - 11.6 Cueeday _ 8 6.20; 6.43 150 , 11.59 Wednesday _| 10 i 6 21 i 5.41 8.33 a.m. Vhuraday _; 11 6.22 '? 2 40 2.13 0.57 Friday _ _| 18 G.ri ' 5 39 3.51 : 1.57 Batorday _ 18 6.24 ; 6 87 : i°5 , 2.59 Btlndty _ _! 14 : 6.-15 ? G.8G ? 4 59 ! 4.4 Monday. _ IE | C.25 ,' 5.35 531 6.9 Tuesday _ 1« | G 26 i 5.3t 6.9 . C.17 Wednesday _ 17 6.27 ' 5.33 6.43 : 7.-20 Shoreday _J IS I 6.2S , 6.31 7.31 ^ S.37 Fr...

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AQUATICS. S.A. YACHT CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 6 April 1889

AQUATICS. S.A. YACHT CLUB. The monthly meeting of the S.A. Yacht Club was held at the Ship Inn, Port Adelaide, on Thursday evening, Vice Commodore Ban dall presiding over a (rood attendance. Tone new members were elected. Mr. H. P. Fergie, owner oi the yacht Wanderer, which at one time was in the club's fleet, notified his inten tion of visiting Port Adelaide daring a visit from Melbourne in a few- weeks hence. The prizes ' won at the races on March 23 were distributed, Mr. B. Woolnongh- with a handBome book on ' Famous Clyde yachts,' the gift of his Honor Judge Bundey. It was agreed to hold the closing demonstra tion aB usual on April 27, and the committee were empowered to charter a steamer, and provide a band for the occasion. The eecretary (Mr. C. Woolnough) reported that the Earl of Kintore would arrive, it was expected, at Port Adelaide, on Tuesday morning next. There was no need for the club to go into the 'addresB business,' but simply to form a 'squadron in the river, Bay a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 6 April 1889

Tbe Ameer of Bokhara is entitled tea geld I medal from tbe United Kingdom Alliance. He j bas made a stipulation wHfa tbe BoaaianOo venunenttiMs, while artteUs«f Russian mam factnre are to be freely admitted into bfa do nurdont, no intoxieetias; drinks arete peat tbe barrier unless they saw Intended for tbe ase of vaaVbrn of the BnasaB drpbtrat-e army or otber^aroacaar,

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THE MOONEE VALLEY COURSING CUP. Melbourne, April 4. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 6 April 1889

THE BiOONEE VALLEY COURSIKG CUP. IBv TelesTanh.1 Mnlbonrna Anvil A ' . Nominations for the MooneelVattey Oduw ing Cup, 128 dog Btake, commencine 30Ui May. were filled today, when nominators wud from New South Wales, South Australia, New Zealand, and all parts of Victoria.

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