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NAIRNE. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 16 April 1881
KAIENB. April 4— Present — All. Mr. Day requested council to clear a road near Haines's ; to be left to Or. Mnllins to arrange. Mr. Morris Jones atkffd for some repairs te be done near his place at Dnweslej; to be inspected. Or. Smith kfcEded in bis resignation, which was accepted. Clerk to ask the surveyor to put another road cn the last map prepared by him adjoining stcticm ] 814, Monarto. Mr. A. Applefcon asked for a road to be thrown open now enclosed by Mr. Calling; nothing was done. Messrs. Tiai mics and Kicg requested something to be done to the Nairne Cemetery f eace to prevent cattle irom continually breaking in, aUo to get the hawthorn hedge cut; resolved that £2 be granted for the purpose. Be-olvt-d that the clerk take steps to iroue summonses against all rate defaulters. Resolved that this meeting stand adjourned until this day month. Re ceipts, £39 St.; pajmentt, £15 7s. 9d.
TRAMWAY FROM PORT AUGUSTA TO THE NOORTH-WEST. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 16 April 1881
THAMWA'T FEOM PORT A.UGU3rA TO THE NOItTH-WiSSl1. Ann«oeronslr»ttcnded:meetiog was held in ! the Atsembli-ztoom of the Gnwt Norcttern Hotel, Fort Augusta, on Ritmdmy «. veuiug. April 11, His Wbrsnip tie fflsycr -JBr. T. ITouug; occupied tbe obair, nxid in commeuoing the pro ceediDgs sllufied to the benefit which tbe rail way had already conferred ou Port Augusta, »u,l stated his belief tba? shortly far greater benefits would be derived by ttto eucoeLragemeett; ^iv4rt td the working of the mines, uow that tuo r»ilw«y gave tbe required facUitieii for carrtug;e »f tb« oie. There was also a large extont of country in the Korth-West which wanted opeuing uii, and where there were said to be mintv n» «n)i as pastoral country which would grrntly hum-tit ty the formation of a tramway. Wuilu iha teuruotera might bave to go fsrturrltaok, bo diil cot t Link tbe i-ocstnicUou of a tiuiuwny w.inl.l injure them in itie long run. a» tlwy «o,i'..t obtain pleuty cf more n-inuiUT.wivti omrtKiy mf nt on...
LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 16 April 1881
LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL ELECTION. A well-attended meeting of electors was held at the Great Northern Hotel, Pori Augusta, on Monday evemng, April 11. Mr. Thos. Yoang, jun., Mayor of Port Augusta, presided. Hav ing read the requisition aud advertisement call ing tbe meeting, the Ouaxbmam read the names of the eleven candidates for the Legislative Council, and called on those who wished to ex press their opinion on tne merits of the candi dates. Mr. J. G. HesELBY nroDOsed that rhn names of the candidates should be put seriatim to the meeting. Mr. Thomab proposed Mr. £. A. Tarlton as a most suitable person to repre sent them in tbe Legislative Council. Mr. W. 21. Gbeen said he believed Mr. Tarltoa was a progressive man, and would do all in his power for the benefit of tbe colon;; be would there fore secend the proposition. Oarried with only one dissentients Mr. Mstxos proposed Mr. Jewpb Fisher, as well-known to them, and aa a rcan of independent views, who would support any measures which ...
MOUNT CRAWFORD. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 16 April 1881
MOUNT CBAWFOKD. April 2. — Present — All except Mr. Heinrioh. Eeport of orerseer of works adopted. Clerk to correct atsesemont by next Meeting. Beoeirei letter from Orown Lands Office, stating that no timber licences would be issued for some tide by tbe Government. Banger to ba reappoiatsd for two morittii from May 3. Receipts, £13 8s. ; pajicentfi,£53 66.9d.
Correspondence. THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL ELECTIONS. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 16 April 1881
6mwB*&mti THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL ELECTIONS. TO THE EDITOB. Sir— As the dey of election to fill the vacancies in ttw Upper House is iiear at hand, 1 hope the larmurs and laborers of the colony will ttri'iiuou»Iy endeavor to brin^ about some )inictical rwultBto tho veritable 'eye-openers' nliicb linvo appeared iu the AdteHiter and ( irohicU r« Upper Homo reform sad tho ianid riirc oi r»x»t.ino -, btc&ure, whea I was craning tlio ' briny,' and nu witbin three day*' steam, ing of Urn J'nrt, one of tbo 'nabobs'' of this wlio hud lulu dnlug the tour of Earopc, notified to tlio utrersgft tliat Jin would giv« oa tno bitrri i-Mie deck an oration entitled 'South Aui truIlH, it* jti'oplc, aud prospect',' and the 1 iml'ob' quoted from one of tne Arucricin poets in rtl« ri-t.es to thin colony— 'Hid nrintoviacy ot brain, XLo true nobility of son), No men of aooidcut can reign, And nwny tbo ?coitlru oi ooatrol, Truo worth alono— Here site a ruler on the throne,' A three yeara' tcm...
STRATHALBYN LOCAL BOARD OF HEALTH. TUESDAY, APRIL 5. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 16 April 1881
STRATEAXJJY.N LOCAL JBOAED OF HEALTH. Tuesday, Apbil 5. Preeerst — Messrs. MoFarleno (chair),St8?hen ecd, Scliutz, and Oarruthers, Keport received from tbe assistant sanitary isspector, and it was resolved that he be in structed to proceed forthwith against three persona having long-ataudiiig nuisances, and who have resisted instructions oontained in notices. After trie wedding breakfast, and on the de parture ef-tbe bappy pair: — Child r 'Why da they throw things at the pretty lady in the ferriage. Young lady: ' For luck, dear ' Child: 'And why docBn't she throw them baak?11 Young )e-?T: 'Oh, that woi Id b3 rude.' OiiM -prcni£'tjj j: 'Xfo, it wonltJa't. Jfa docs.'
FORESTERS' DEMONSTRATION, EASTER MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 16 April 1881
FORESl'EBS' DEMONSTRATION, EASTER MONDAY. The following entries have been received for the events specified for the Foresters' sports on Easter Mecca?, at WoodviUe : — Chemrion Btce, three events, 150 yds, 250 jes, and 4*3 yds.— J. Bart, 6 yds, 1 yds, and 8 jds ; Win. P-jtenon, 9 yds, 17 yds, and 20 yds ; A. A. Martin, 8 jds, 10 yds, and 18 yds; G. Bedford, 6 yde, 8 ydn, and 14 yds; H. Bparks, 7 joe, ilycs, acd 16 yds; J. Minney, 6 yds, 7 jds.sndlOvds; B. Beives, 10 yd», 12 yd;, and £0 jds; J. H. Coward, scratch, scratch, and 5 jfs; lin. CoBldrake, 10 yds, 12 yds, and 20 jc!p ; T. Hubble, 1 j d, Ecratch, Esratcb. 220 Yards, Publican's Purse.— E. Fisher, 10. jds; Wra. Peterson 12yds; K. Suple, 12 'yds; J. A. Haike?, 12 jds; J Baldock, 11 yds; J Fitzrerald, 8 jds ; H. Broadstock, 10 yds ; K. Mariin, 10 jrls; H. Sparks, 11 yds ; J. Minney, 7 jde;J. H. Coward, scratch; T. Hubble, ecretch ; ten Tunhridge, 14 yds. Two Milts Walaing Match.— Wm.'Fulston, 60 yds ; John France*, 50 yds ; E. J...
YANKALILLA, APRIL 5. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 16 April 1881
YANKALILLA, Apbil 5. On Thnisdar a te* ud meeting for the pur pose of welcomiaa; tae newly appointed teacher (tfr. W. H-.Lorking) was held ia the lokool room at Springbank. A. large number of parents and residemtt were present. Frizes were distri buted, after whioh the children ware regaled with tea. — A meeting of electors wat held at tfae 'STankaUllB B- x\ on Friday evening to hear Newlans. Owing to the shortness of Botice ths attendance was small. Both gentlemea were well received, and after enunciating their Ideas on various matters, and answering several ques tions, separate motions in favor of each candi date were pnt and carried unanimously. A re qaiaition is being prepared asking the late hsn. Commissioner, Mr. Downer, to allow himself to be aominated for this district. — The weather which for some days past has been threatening appears new to be settling for rain. As water is becoming very taarce in the township it is to be hoped that we shall hare a food downpour. April 13...
ENCOUNTER BAY. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 16 April 1881
ENCOUNTER BAT. April 2. — No quorum. April 9.— Present— All. Milan Bnmbelow-s offer for looking after the oyster bed at En counter Boy at £2 10s. per annum, accepted. Tenders accepted — Road work at Fort Bllioti road and Albert-plaee, B. Bolger and T. Hen derson, £13 16s. 8 Jd. per chain, lime stone, at as. 6d. per yard; road work at Tier's HUL Itacan, John FoxweU's, 15s. per chain. Mr. Jones to get road at Encounter Boy repaired. Beeeived from Mr. B. J. Tucker opinion re nuisances in township of Port Viotor. Becefets. HI Us. ; payments, £35 0.. Id.
CAMPBELLTOWN. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 16 April 1881
OAMPBELLTOWN. April 11.— Present— All. Tenders accepted : —Bichard Bradbreok, maintenance metal on Athelstone-road, Ss. lOd. per yard; J. Cunning ham metal on east Marden-nmd, £i 14s. Sd. per chain ; Jno. Bums, maintenance metal on St. Bernard-rood, 6s. per yard ; and metal on Btrad brook-xoad, at 4s. 6d. per yard. Or. Nation to have the culverts on entrances to Murray Park covered with metal. Payments, £70 14s, 5d.
KENSINGTON V. SOUTH ADELAIDE. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 16 April 1881
Keksisgton v. Sorra Adhl&idb. This, the Kensington's last match but one of the fMEoa, was looked forward to by both clubs with a great deal of interest, as partly by its itbue will be decided which dab will take fourth place in the association. The match was not finished on Saturday, but from the state of the game a£ present there seems to be every ohanoe having, with his accustomed luck, won the tc&e, sent in &tanton and Thurgarland on & very feir wicket at the snath end of the Oval. :Mos- and Luoas started the bowling, and Stanton oommanoed merrily by driving the iormer for 3, and scored pretty quickly nntil he had pat together 14, when one ficm Mobs got part him and he retired. 1—14—8. Hawkes followed, but after a single | from Thnrgarland he was settled by Lucas. 2- 0 — 19. Moore stayed in long enough to get a triplet eff Mobp, and then he also euocumbed to Lncss. Stow changed tbe aspect of affairs and hit about vigorously, and as Thnrgarlaud, who...
SPORTING IN ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 16 April 1881
SPORTING IN ENGLAND. fBr WestonJ March trill be memorable amongst other things for the dispersion of the Blink Bonny stud. The very same conjures up a host of turf memories. Those who hare read the biography of the greatest modern historian of ancient Greece -will remember how he sought the Yorkshire Downs for health, and rose betimes of a morning to eee Blink Bonny do her gallops at Malton. Great an were her successes and rnitouless 6S is her fame — taking turf aud stud honors together — the was yet an unlucky mire. After her memorable defeat for the Oas Thousand Guineas, ' butcher's hack' was tbe term applied to her in scorn. Yet though I'Au^on knew how backward she was in condition, he was full ef c mti.lence, and the public followed suit. John 5j -tt could not travel south himself, but he sent Imperieuse to take her -5hanco against her more popular neighbor. 'Always run a filly if she is well, as you never ksow what will happen,' was one of the maxims of tbe Wizard of the North,...
KEW RACES. [By Telegraph.] [From our own Correspondent.] Melbourne, April 10. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 16 April 1881
KBW KAOES. fBy Telegraph.] [From oar own Correspondent.] Melbourne. ADril 10. TLe Kew races took place yesterday. Htjbdle Bace, one mile aud e. half. — Young Fiteworke, 10 st , 1. Won easily. Maidens.— Zellab, 1. Won easily. K»w Handicap, oce mile and a half. — Ad- miral, 8 st., 1 ; LaaguUe, 7 st. 12 lbs., 2. Gauowit Stakes.— Miner, 1.