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THE OFFICIAL RECORD. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 6 April 1889

THE OFFICIAL RECORD. The following is the omoial record showing the quantity at rainfall registered at the under mentioned stations for the 24 hours ending at 9 a,m. on Tuesday, April 2 : — Peate _ — 0 076 Hahndorf — _ 2'EOO Quern _ _ 2-750 Clarendon _ _ fi-780 Port Augusta — 1*630 .Meadows _ _ 2*360 Port Augusta West 1*646 Morphett Vale _ 2-850 Appila _ _ 2DO0 Hoarlunga_ _ 3*880 Lama _ _ 1*895 Willunga _ _ 3*400 Fort Germein _ 2*690 Norman-rule _ 2*930 ? PortPirie_ _ 2-770 OapeJerris .. 1*170 Port Broughton _ 8*000 Teatree Golly _ 2-280 Hammond.. .-. 1*160 Mount Pleasant — 2*240 Earelia _ - 0*610 BInmberg - _ 2*180 Currieton .. — 0-500 Gumeraeha _ 2*090 Orroroo .. — O&70 Woodeide _ _ 2*250 Petersburg .. 0 630 Nalrne _ _ 2*060 Yunta _ — 0*310 Callington _ _ 1*830 XeetoJpa _ _ 0160 Lobethal _ _ 2*060 VannabiU _ - 0150 Mount Barker _ 1*950 Coctbum _ — 0-270 Eohunga _ _ 2-589 TODgala _ — 0-800 Macolesfield .. 2-510 Jamestown — 1 710 Strathalbyn _ 2 250 Caltowie _ - 2610 Milang ...

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LATER PARTICULARS. Gawler, April 3. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 6 April 1889

LATER PARTICULARS. Gawler. ADril 3. Tbe long-continued dry weatber was begin ning to cause some anxiety, and the inhabi tants of Gawler and Che surroundine districts were becoming afraid that another dry season was before them. That feat baa bow proved groundlesB. On Sunday a nice tain fell, bat cleared away. About 2 o'clock on Monday the clouds again gathered and Borne showers fell, and once more cleared away.- In the evening it began to rate and continued steadily throorfiout the -night, aeeoiBpanied by thunder and lightning. By 10 o'clock in the morning 2 inches had Jailee. Shortly after that tfae weather cleared, 1st about 1 o'clock distant thunder was heard, a black cloud approached from the north-west, and the rain began to fall. The heavy rain had a great efiect upon the North and South Paras. By 2 o'clock p.m. the North Para was in full flood— higher than it had been for yeara. A portion of the Willaston footbridge was washed away, and the' remainder wrecked, the river runni...

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CENTRAL BOARD OF HEALTH. TUESDAY, APRIL 2. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 6 April 1889

CENTRAL BOARD OF HEALTH. Tuesday. Apbil 2. Present— Dr. Whittell (president), Dr. Paterson, MeasrB, H. Rymill, F. Wright, 6. Young, and the secretary (G. H, Ayliffe). The Chief Secretary returned correspon dence in reference to the alleged overcrowding and consequent illness amongst the prisoners in tbe Palmerston gaol, with a minute from the Minister of Education to the effect that the -statements made were exaggerated, and that the board need not take any action in the matter. The local board at Palmerston to be informed. The boards of health at Truro, Saddleworth, and Belvidere, wrote in reference to cases of typhoid fever. The President said proper precautions were being taken. The clerk of the board of health at Georgetown wrote re porting five cases in one family under the care of Dr. Comyn, and asking whether it ib not usual for medical men to report to boards of health caEes occurring in their practice. It was supposed a member of the family brought the disease from Broken H...

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

When, by reason of a cold or from any other causer tbe -secretory organs become disordered, they may be stimulated to a healthy action by the nee of Ayer's Cathartic Pills. Sold by att dealers in medicine, 91aio5*r9t-

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SAD CASE OF SUICIDE. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 6 April 1889

SAD CASK OF SUICIDE. A case of suicide occurred at North Adelaide on Wednesday morning. The matter was reported to the police by the Rev. F. F. Medcalf, a minister, living in Buxton- street, North Adelaide, who stated that a servant girl named Ann Bowen, aged about 20, in the employ of Miss Parsons, of Buzton- street, had committed suicide by banging herself in a Ebed. Dr. Verco was called in and cut the body down, but tne girl wbb aeaa petore ne arrived. An inqueBt was held by the city coroner in the afternoon at the Wellington Hotel. Eva Bowen, a sister of the deceased, said she last saw her sister alive that day week. The deceased had been under the doctor's care for about three months, and seemed in very low spirits. Knew of no reason why deceased should bave committed suicide. Recognised the letter produced as her sister's hand writing. Dr. Verco stated that he was called in to Miss PareoDs's residence at 7 30 on Wednesday morning, and found the body of a woman hanging to the r...

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

EEVENUE EETURNS. We have received from tbe Under Treasurer tbe following approximate statement of the revenue of tbe Government ot South Aus tralia for the quarter ended March 31, 1889. Shillings and pence are omitted : — ? lj| Pt| Head of Revenue. §?'gg ^-S^-gS Taxation. £ £ Customs Duties _ _. 600,000 142.848 Probate and Succession Duties . . 18,000 3,092 Stamp Duties .. _ „ 34;000 9,318 Land and Income Tax _ „ 56,000 53.747 Licenses (Business) _ .. 4,869 2,932 Chinese Poll lax _ _ ... 10 — Total Taxation _ .. 741,869 211,938 Public Works axd Services. Marine _ _ _ .. 20,000 4.086 Education .. _ „ .. 24,080 4,926 Postal, Telegraph, &c, Services 210.000 49,862 Railways and Tramways ' „ 9?0,000 216,047 Waterworks „ _ 71,000 8,476 SeimbursetnentB-in-aid _ .. 32,397 8,164 Total Public Works, &c _ .1,277,477 292,572 Other Receipts. Fines, Fees, and Forfeitures _. SS.747 9,06» Interest and Exchange .. .. 6 000 297 SaleB of GovernmentProperty. . 936 164 Rents— Ordinary ? ...

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District Council. APOINGA. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 6 April 1889

§i0trict QLonxwilB. APOINGA. March SO, — Present — All. Crown Linda Office wrote notifying special grant of £500 for construction of roads. New map of Apoinga to be prepared. Crown Lands Offioa to ba asked when land surveyed on stock roads would be open for occupation. Stanley to be asked that metalling and repairs be done on Kapunda and Gottlieb's Wells road, near Black Springs, Tenders aoceDted— Contract No. 19, T. Blucher, £20; 20. F Pumpa, £18 5b.; 2), F Pumpa, £18 5a ; 22. H. Heinrich. £18; 23, J. Parker, £20; 24. W. Flower, £23 10s.; 25, G. Launer, £11 5s. 61.; 26, F. Eskert, £9 1 27, P O'Brien, £8 19a.; 28, A. Schmidt. £4 15s.; 29, G. Wittwer £9 10a. Receipts, £10 19s. Payments-General, £48 9* 2d ; main roads, £8T 5s.; and speoial grant, £25 7s. 6d.

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WILD HORSE PLAIN, April 2. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 6 April 1889

WILD HORSE PLAIN, Apeil 2. On Monday afternoon we had a welcome change in the weather. Rain began to fall at 3 p.m., and it continued steadily for hours. The dams are filled and flowing over, and the roads in many places are sheets of water. It is many jearsEince we had such a steady rain for so locg a time.

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

ENCOUNTER BAY. March 23.— Present— All. JrT. A. tUyuea refused to eigu contract 95 ; to be offered to next lowest tenderer. Govpmment to bi re- , ' quested to undertake tbe recanstructiou of tad Inman-btidge. Mr. Thomas Taylor to ba rr quested to conduct water closet at allot ment 22, Alexandra, in accordance with uealtb rtculatiocs.

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

ELLISTON. March 20,— Present— AH but Cr. Ness. Fencing blocks near Ellis ton jstty to Btatd ever until council gets possession of tbe land from Government. 500 yards 2£-icch metal to be obtained for miin road between Elliston and Colton, and ppread ing reserve metal on same road to be done in localities to be indicated by overseer ; 45 ohaioa to be dene on main road through section 21, BlowholffFlat, Wild Dog Gully. Government wrote staling that £1,000 had been apportioned for main, roads in district. District medical ( fScer to be appointed. Mr. D. T. Kenny to be informed that want of sufficient funds pre vents tie council from enforcing rabbit de ftruction. Government to be asked if moor ings, &c, were included in their offer to hand over jetties, and if all would be put in proper repair before the council took charge. 'Dig registration feeB to be reduced to 2a. 6d. per annum for dogs and 5s. for sluts, fifr. S. Bocrd applied to have drain constructed near the post- office...

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

LINCOLN. March 15. — Present -^-Ora. E 0-v»ld (chair), Bruce, Dor ward, Puokridge, E?*o, DftiliKg, Anderson, and McFarlaae. G&aii- O r\ .1 nan referred to construction grant of £1,000, . and creed economy in its disbursement, Agricultural Bureau wrote in reference Co thistle growing on Kotth-road. Grown Iiands Office wrote stating that no funds were avail able this year lor t onset reserve ; the matter to be again brought under Commissioner's notice. Grown Lands Office wrote referring to mail contracts per eteamer promising a suitable Bteamer for passengers would receive conaidera tion ; in reference to surrender by council of all iraBte lands to the Government ; informing the counoil that £900 had been appartioned to dis trict for maintenance ; and referring to pay ment of overseer's salary. Surveyor General wrote referring to enrvey of road to Iiipson Cove jetty. Chairman {Cf. £. Oswald) and the ? clerk (Mr. R. Anderson) appointed chairman and secretary to the local health...

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

GRACE. March SO.— Present— AIL Bailey & Grieton intoiiced council they had made a mistake in their tendering for contract 197, as they thought tbe work was near Mr. Rowe's, in the scrub, instead of being near the river ; work io be tfclet. Government informed council tha bridgework had V-tn delayed in conaeqaenc&ot Mr. Hargrave's beinc away inspecting other works ; clerk to get hole in bridge covered up. Works ordered— Metalling in Centre ward, Barraba ward, and Li^ht ward. Traders ot G. W. Lindsay accepted for ooiitraets 10 ani 11 (main roadfc) ; W. LanffsforcTi ofisr accepted for joining the two pitcea of -cetal on Wasieys ro&ri it £515». v« attain. Paymants— GeaaraL ££4 14a.

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

customs KEirjass. The Collector of Customs has favored us with the following comparative statement of Customs revenue collected at each port in South Australia durinc* the quarter and nine months ended March 31, 1889, and the corre sponding period of 1888 :— ~'^ 1889. 1888. u*a. 01 ended m»_ 01 enaea Mar- 31 Mar. 8L ''' 8L Mar. 31. £ £ JE £ Port Adelaide .. 133,711 388.447 107.606 334,591 Adelaide Branch.. 21,284 63,399 20,257 66.437 Augusta _ .. 1^196 3,820 J,U3 3,748 Beachport _ _ 96 175 201 355 Caroline — .. 112 47 J 246 5S7 Oermein _ _ — — — 1 Glenelg _ _ — SB 10,216 27,930 Ooolwa _ „ — — — 2 Macdouriell - 625 1,364 602 1,399 Hilang _ .. 13 240 24 203 MobiloDg .. _ J6E. 166 — — Moonta _ _ _ 191 3b 116 Morgan _ .. 73 269 15 81 Uurthoo _ _ 1 2 — — Pirie _ .. 875 1,917 50? 1,034 Robe _ _ JS 10! 29 86 Victor _____ 2 Wallaroo .. .. 20 640 18 16 Yankalilla- — — — 2 Cookburn _ _ 78 3,618 — — Bervlceton- _ 243 289 — — Terowie — _ — t — — Victorian Border. 161 82s 10S 602 N.S. Wales do. ...

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

CLARENDON. April 1. — Present— Crs, Henry Jacobs, O*k- ' ley, Whittaker, and Wright. Mr. Reiiusy ap pointed salesman to the Clarendon rjtojad. Mr. Gibbms allowed to pub temporary fauia across district road. Mr. i£d«vard Jacobs ap pointed curator to tbe Oh°rry Gardens O?rne -ery. Overseer to attend to bridge by Mr. Buddies', and other repairs on roads; alg-- to have the water tabltB cleared ) culvert by Mr. Wm. Thop's to be lengthened. Tenders acwpttd — Wrc. Woods, for culvert, 43. 9i par yard ; cutting catch drain 2t. 3d. per chain ; Jack D.urrant, for metelliDg, £2 19a. 3d. par chain, and culvert, 6d. per yard. Main roads — Henry Smart, metalling at£l 14s. per chain; W. Caladoni, metalling, £4 13s. 6d. per chain, culvert. 7d. per yard ; W. J. Fuller, for screw ing up bridge, £7 10s. Clearing water tables, No. 1 portion, through Clarendon, Frederick Morphett, £9 15s.; No 2, Chandler's Hill, R. Threadgold, £3 12s. ; No. 3, Douglas Hill, S. Breatcy, £1 15s ; and No. 4, Coromandel Vali...

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

BARO3SA. March 15.— Present— All but Or. GnuL Tenders accepted— Contract 9, S. King, £2 7s. per chain ; 8, S. King, £i 8i. per -chain,- Re pairs cear HoffnungsUial and Mr. Springbatt'a to be attended to after raip. (J Juliey rrnving surrendered contract 5 main roads, work let to S King, 4s. 6d. per y acd. Payments — ixaneral, £6S 6s. 2d. ; and main roads, £15 2s. 10;].

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DEATH AT A WEDDING SUDDEN END OF EX-MAYOR BUNDAY. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 6 April 1889

DEATH AT A WEDDING FEAST^ SUDDKN END OF E& -MAYORS '' BUNDER. Mr. William Bundey, an esteemed citizen of Adelaide, and three times mayor of the capital, died suddenly at a wedding supper on Tuesday evening at North Adelaide. So appalling a catastrophe as a death in the very midst of a marriage festivity is rare indeed, and the terrible euddenneaa of the event re calls to memory the decease of Captain Hart, who fell dead some years ago at a meeting held in the Adelaide Town Hall. The wedding which was being honored when the tragic event occurred was that of a daughter of Mr, F. H. Wood to the Rev. W. H. Hodge, a young Wesleyan minister who is being trans ferred from the Burra to Fort Lincoln. Mr. Bundey, who seemed particularly cheerful during Tuesday, was present at the marriage ceremony, which was celebrated in the Archer street Wesleyan Church by the Rev. J. H. Trevorrow. The wedding entertainment took place in the evening, and was attended by over 100 friends of the bride...

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

EOHITNGA. March 25 —Present — All. Commissioner of Crown Landa wrote approving of council's re quest for' permission to fence in about two acres of section 407, adjoining the Hahndorf Recreation Ground, for recreation purposes. T. Paech's tender accepted for forming and gravelling 12 chains on Old Hahndorf Dig giLgsroad at 14a. per chain, and building culvert at 2s. 3d. per foot. Mr. T. Halle vail to be allowed to remove and quarry metal from. Mount Batker-Echunga-road at royalty of ii. per cubic yard. Receipts, £36 103 ; Payments —General, £23 lit,; and main roads, £l3.

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

IF THB SUFFERBBfl FROM COSBTTMPTIOH, SOBOPtJLA, BBOScmns aks Gbhsrai. TSbbsuti wra. tut Scott'8 Emulsion -with Hyfophosfhifes they will find imme dlate relief and a permanent benefit Tne Medioal Profession In the various countries of ;1fae world, unl vere»lly declare it a remedy o( the greatest value j tnd m it Is very palatable, it can be readily taken fey the meet sensitive stomach and will never fall to giro tbe sufferer relief and comfort, kirjre sod emtil bottles &t feli Chemiete. 9:e«*v6x-Wk

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

EAST TORREN3. March 21.— Present— All. Tender accepted — Contract 2, Main Eastern-road deviation, Messrs. Wilke & Schwerkolt, £2.800. - March 28.— Present — All. Tenders ac cepted — Contract 3, renewing and rebuilding stablea, &c, Scenic Hotel, William Oaioen, £57 4s.; supplying 100 yards of 2i- inert icetal for Wood's Hill road, Thos. Bache, 4s. 9d. per yard. Council agreed to hand over the quarry reserve at Fifth Creek to the Campbelltown council under certain conditions to be approved by the Government. Receipts, £29 6a. Payments— General, £51 ISb. yd. ; and main roads, £15.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 6 April 1889

.OXUCBS, llAitRIAGES, and DfiATHS. ?Aimmmaemmii under Oat heading are inserted a «n_ny» Two ShiUingg and Stzpenu each token tut tscteaung five lino. BIRTHS. PUXTON.-On the 24th March, at Jetty-road, deneig, the wife ol C. J. Puxton, of a eon. Both doing well DANIELS.— On the 29th March, at Edgware-road Boose, Hyde Caik, the wile of David Daniels, ota eon. WATTS.— On the 26th March, at Steelton, the wife Of B. Watts, of a daughter. HIUDMAESH.— On the £8th March, at McKlnnon parade, BorUi Adelaide, the wife of 3. Tnnrim^yffhi of a dandier. . HAWSON.— On the 17th March, at SUiston, the wife ol G. Gregory Hawson, ol Bolda Station, of a eon. DRISCOLL.— On &e I4tt March, at Findon,the . wlf eofJohn DrisooH, of a son. Both doing — bIL SUTHERLAND.— On tbe 28ft March, at Croydon, the wife of Jno. J. Sntherland, of a son OSBORNE.— On the 27th March, at Petersburg, the trif e of Bobert M. Osborne, of a eon. ROTHENBERG.— On the Slut March, at Parade, Korwood, the wife ot Gustav Kotnsnbe...

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