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Mining Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 14 May 1881
.jpmttg gtrirffijpge. Hamtey Mentko COMPAHy. — The manager -in ' his report of May 2- Bays that at .Ko 1 shaft on Beddome's lode the top and tip plats are cam -pletqd, and tbe eboot for filling the 'skip-is in order for working, and; the ? sha€ cmea are oos . engaged oleariDg np the shaft preparatory to sinking 'below the 75-fm. level, in the 75- end -drivieg south- of No. 1. shaft the ? lode js large-; 'the part carried in driving-is abont 4 feetin width, prodocing S tons of 17 -per oe&t. ore per ? fm., ibut no foot- wall hae been- seea-sodth-oE' ' the shaft. The lode in the same iercl duving -north is 4 feet wide, containing 4 tona of 18 per cent) ore per fm. ; and in the slope' in badk' of ' this ilevel south of tne winze the Jodeis worth's tocstof IS per cent, ore per tm. Iu the '60-en*d ' Eoutb the lode is S feet wide,' producing 3 'tons of -lfi per cent, 'ore per fm. The lode in tbe' «tope in back of the;same level south --f' the shaft is worth 4 tons of 18 percent, or...
LIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 14 May 1881
LIGHT. Way-7.— Pretent— AU but Cr. Gene. Mr. Bothtos 5 again attended in reference to his well, which'iad been £Ued in by the floods. Sir. Itenx to -examine tbe place and :report, Mr. AcrierB, en behalf of himself and Mr. Edwards, recuetted ceBDcil to cloee the roads not 'wanted st'Freeliug; to stand over. Olerk to prepare a memorial to get tbe road -via Green and Bethel roads on tbe schedule of main roads.
MOUNT CRAWFORD. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 14 May 1881
MO0NT CRAWFORD. May7.^P»csent— All. MceaaerTs tender -for a council r table, .£3 4a. 6d^ -eccspted. -Gr. Heinrich ioftt piece of -work done at Trial Hill. Oonndl agreed to arrange for overdraft at bank if required. Olerk to write to Surreyor Oeneial atatiiig . that the eurveyora - in this district had cot received iB«tractiai» to snrrey certain rosds.wnd pointing out others reqniriog to be enrvejwd; also Btatiog that the -flsoncil -mil send ^deputation to meetsurreyorato.aT xasge on tbe :beet routes if desired. Baseipts, 10». ; payments,£T2 lls. Jd.
ONKAPARINGA. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 14 May 1881
ONEAEAiOKGA. y May J.— Bresent— AU. The oterk Teporfced that Mr. Packard, tbe onuncil'siButvecor, = bad ? »rrveje3 the-road referred -to -by iliir.F. War- . land. . Commissioner of -OronnXaadB wrote lespecficg toed near Lobcihsl, granting permij cion to*«-;l:t5ie *aid road; Messrs. Kainm and £laer4o ibeoritten to reqoosting'tbeir atteu -3»nce, and asking tkem to obtain, tbe' co&sent of all owners and orsapiers of 4a:id sdjoiniag tie eaid road. iir. Wnir.Setd tendered his lersnauoh ts »«oxtrr yttxived, Mr. WLutaetd to be requested to act iu -his oapaoity as auditDr lor the June audit, Xeifcrto be forwarded to the Central Head Mosul in referen'3 lo tile widening of road between the fouth-vrestcra btnndery of tbe township -ot Wei iaide -asd notion 5022. Ktceipte, £9i J.7^-.; pay^naats, JE551s.2d.
PORT ELLIOT. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 14 May 1881
PORT ELLIOT. K»y 7i— «esent-»jrB. uounter (one.ir);-Fieid, aud ifBDkine. Clerk instructed to sell toe iroad ielledai section 2337, hundred of -3oolwa.--Mr. Thos. Allen to bs again written to demanding a balacee-shtet in connection with the Goolwa Otmetery. Mtstrj. Xacker and Counter the ' letiriBg '-'CenncillozB by rotation, and Mr. *. I EVgips bf lot. Mr. I/, von Dsussa to obivn title of portion of section 2297, hundred Goolwa, lor U£e as s public cemetery.
COLONIAL TELEGRAMS. VICTORIA. Melbourne, May 12. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 14 May 1881
? COLONIAL TELES&A3SS, VICTORIA. [Fromoui 8im Correspondent.] Melbourne, Slav 12. The Governor is again very unwell. His medical advisers attribute Hi illness to general weakness. The Chief Secretary intends to accept the concretions suggested by the .Agent-General on behalf of tbe postal conference, toaobiog tbe proposed alteration in the departure of mails from the colony. If the scheme ba finally adopted the mail steamers will start from here on Tuesday mornings early instead of on Mon days. Mr. Woolf has been appointed to prosecute for tbe Crown at tbe Sale asaizes, Mr. Armstrong being ill. Tbe first steamer of tbe nev line between Hamburg end Australia is expected shortly. A consignment of draught horses arrived yetterdsy by tbe Loch Lomond. The School Beard Conference hai a discus eion yesterday on the question of payment by ' results. Mr. W. J. Clarke entertained the members of the Exhibition staff: last m^ht. Tee weather is now very fine.
VICTORIA. Melbourne. May 5. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 14 May 1881
VICTORIA. TFrom cur own Correspondent.! Melbourne. Mav 5. Nothing fresh has transpired re the steamer Ferret. No additional instructions hare been received from England. It is believed the chief mate has a cop; of tbe signal code, and has com municated with associates in England. Yejter dey a passenger by the Sorata, an engineer employed by the Highland Company in fitting np the Ferret, identified the vessel. An application waa made in the Equity Court to-day lor probate of the will of Daniel Brown, a pastenger by the barque J. L. Griffiths, whiab. sailed from fort Adelaide for tbe Uiver Don, Tasmania, lart September, and has never since been heard or. It is supposed the has foun dered, and theagents have received the intnracce money. The application was granted. The Government analyst has forwarded a report on the Stawell freestone quarries. The slate ie very soft in the first quarry, bat after wards becomes very hard. Owing to pressure of business in the Equity Court the Lamont wi...
CRYSTAL BROOK, MAY 9. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 14 May 1881
CRYSTAL BROOK, M.« 9. AVe have been tavored nun tbe best rain we have had this eea&cn. It came down with out intermission for exactly thirteen hoars. Many besides farmers will rejoice at this timely downfall , as a large number e veu in the township have had to boy water for some considerable time past. The country around here is changing its appearance very fast. Instead of the sun burnt tint of summer, it is beginning to assume a beautifal green hue. Tbe wheat in a great many paddock* has started on its upward journey, and has already made good progress above grooed. In every paddock I have seen as yet it is coming up exceedingly regular, and is of gplendid color. It is to be hoped that the result by-ard-by will be satisfactory, for in most cases eroend here last year's crop were to a great extent a failure. I do Dot know what the Jamestown and Port Pirie Bailway would have done this setson if it had not been for the supply of water obtained here. I understand that about 2...
CONDOWIE, MAY 9. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 14 May 1881
CONDOWIE. Max 9. Since my last we have had splendid rain, and it is still threatening. ThU has been a good thing for ns here as it was almost feared that the wheat eown about three weeks ago would be parched with tha contination of the drought. However, the rain has cheered up the farmers. Ab far as we can judge this season will be a good one for these plains. Business is better .1... £j. _...? .nUI^l. ?«n«l»n £_A_ 1.1. A .._! ? IU UJBU Id WBD, nujt,u 1COU1UI UUU1 blK3 »£I1GUUJU rains tfcat have fallen. — A memorial is in course of preparation to be sent to the Mid land Bo&d Board, to bave the roads leading from Bochester and one from Koolonga to Snowtuwn put on the list of main roads, so that we can bave tome of the bad plaoes attended to. Sills is one of the most important things that is required, for the road from Morten's corner to gnowtown is in a bad state, and after rain it is almost impeccable.
COROMANDEL VALLEY, Mat 7. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 14 May 1881
COROMANDEL VALLEY, Mat 7. On Friday evening an entertainment was held in cce of tbe large rooms of the biscuit and jam factory to celebrate the first anniveri ary of tbe Juvenile Bechsbite Tent. The meeting was presided over by Bro. Maley, of Adelaide. The opening overture was played by Mrs. Uarray on the piano. The chairman gave an address after which tbe secretary, Master Albany Murray, read the report, stating that the No. of the tent was 26 and the name Dawn of Peace. It was formed on May 7, 1S80, when eleven members were enrolled. Two superintendents taken trom tbe adult tent had the management of the juveniles. During the year about eight members had been initiated making a total cf nineteen. The amount of funds in hand was £12 7s 4d. An entertainment varied by speeches was then given, consisting of eongs, choruses, and recita tions, and was thoroughly enjoyed. The pro ceeds, abont £4, are to be placed to the credit of the juvenile tent fond.— A nice rain fell during Friday ni...
MACLAREN VALE. MAY, 10. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 14 May 1881
MACLAEEN VALE. Mat 10. Baring the last few days a strong oold wind haB been blowirg, accompanied by heavy rain, whioh was welcomed by tbe farmers, so that ploughing has now become general. I believe there are yet some who have not commenced ploughing, the land being very hard aud suffi cient rain not having fallen. To-night there is every appearance of more rain. — Golds are pre valent.
LAURA, MAY, 7. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 14 May 1881
LAURA, Mat 7. Mr. Burnett held a largely-attended temper ance meeting at the Wesleyau Chapel laat night, which formed the conclusion of his six da} a' mission. During the week he has visited the Wirrabara Sawmills, where he was warmly received, and tke majority of the men took the pledge. At No. 2 mill the men were kindly allowed two hoars' spell to listen to Mr. Burnett, and at Ko. 3 (distant ten miles) Mr. Whyte took the chair on the men assembling, and after stroegly advising tke men to take the pledge he set the example by being himself tbe first man to sign. Ia Laura there has been every evening a torchlight, or rather lamplight, procession parading the streets of tbe township and singing various temperance melodies. Mr. Burnett's meetings, whioh have been held in tbe various chapels, have always been very largely attended; and numerically speaking his success in making converts bas been very great. I am informed that £14 have joined the temperance ranks during Mr. Burnett's la...
MERRITON, MAY 10. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 14 May 1881
MERRITON, Mat 10. The grass and wheat ate springing nicely in this neighborhood, so tbat the country is once more assuming a verdant appearance. The rain which fell on Friday wes very ausJously locked for, and had it held off much longer many would have hsd misgivings as to the result of the year's farming operations. However, it fortunately fell in time, and more teems to be gathering. — In spire of the threatening aspest of the weather a teiy successful concert was held in the Bible Christian Chapel in aid of the insti tute library on Friday night, the room being filled. Tbe proceedings commenced with a sliort address from Mr. Peter itowland. J.P. Songs and recitations were given by several friends, and the proceedings passed off very creditably. — Mr. Burgan, the inspector vuited the Echool today. Over forty children were present.
MALLALA, MAY, 10. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 14 May 1881
MALLALA, Mat 10. During the past three .or four days we have had splendid rains, and green feed is now grow ing vigorously. I passed through a large portion of the Hundred of Dublin last week and found in maty paddocks young wheat already visible. Tbe failure of last season's crops has made farmers about here less sanguine than they would otherwise hare been, bat the present state of tbe weather is regarded by all as favorable. — The district council has been very aotive during the summer months, and their labors wil no donbt be beneficial to the farmers and travellers generally this winter, most of the roads for a coneider&ble distance from the township being metalled.
HAMLEY BRIDGE, MAY 5. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 14 May 1881
HAMLEY BRIDGE. Max 6. She rains reported to bave fallen plentifully in many parts on the 24th of laat month came down very tpatiogly In this locality, in fact did little more than lay the dost, and was totally inadequate for our wants in the way of filling tanks, softening the parched-up scil, or starting the feed to grow. A great many formers in the neighborhood are carting water, and their tilling operations are consequently all be hind. The most of them are waiting for a Braking . rain befsxe commencing to son', to that the rubbish may start growing, but _li,.n1^ :i njif J-nmA bI^aHIv tllAVT .mil l*n I'..- ? 3 to begin, and the result will be dirty craps neit harvest. The farmers generally are very much behindhand with tbeir ploughing, bo that no matter what sort of weather come* the area under crop will be small. Light crops ia the past, and every prospect of low prices in tbe future, bave ctueed the agriculturist to loee besrt, and look whichever wsy he may he canuot disct-rn a...
KOOLYWURTIE, May 9. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 14 May 1881
EOOLYWURTIE, Mat 9. The long looked-for downpour has come at last. Many farmers who had sown early bejan to fear their labors would have to be reoeated, hut the rain lias set their minds st rest, 'it has also put an end to water-carting, all the tanks and damB being replenished. The wind is very boisterous, and threatens for more rain.— Our Port Eickaby jetty is already extended 60 feet. The contractor (Mr. Ledo) seems to have taken advantage of the fine weather. He has alto completed the laying of the new rails, spd 68 feet of an approach inland, -all of whioh is giving every satisfaction. Now that last gear's %beat is beiug shipped, 1,800 bags have been lightered to Port Victoria. Since tee new rails bave been laid tbe loaded trucks are self-propelling, whereas before it used to take three men to push them aboat.
CRADOCK, MAY 10. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 14 May 1881
CKADOCK, Mat 10. Splendid rains have fallen in the Hundreds of \7irresnda, Arkaba, Cudla Madia, TJroonda and Yednelue. It commenced raining at 11 o'clock on Friday night, and continued until 5 on Satur day evening.— Tbe mail from Adelaide was twelve hours late, and was unable to proceed far ther until daylight cs all tbe creeks were flooded and dangerous to cross. — Great dissatisfaction is felt here with the Government. Foot months ago we were promised that the school would be finished in six we2ks. The timber has been carted, and tbat is all that has been done towards it. It is to be hoped the Government will make the contractors push the work on, as the school is badly wanted.— The new hotel built by Messrs. Ferrare & Co. is now about finished, and is a neat looking place and a great addition to the town.— Should this season tarn out well, as it now promises to do, there will fce c lat of wheat ia the above hundreds.