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MARINE BOARD. THURSDAY, MAY 28. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 4 June 1881

MARINE BOARD. TntmanAY. Mat 28. Present— Captain ii. if. Ferguson, S.1I. (pre sident). Captain J. W. Smith, J.P., Mr. J. Fonnby, aiid Mr.'S. D. Glyde, J.P. (Wardens), and Mr. T. N. Stephens (secretary). The treasurer approved of Mr. Woman's tender for supplying eight anchors to tne dredger Davenport. The treasurer forivarded a letter from Mr. O. B. Cooke, oikiug tbat a copy of the proposed new Marine Board Bill might be sent to tbe Australian Aseociatiou of Marine Engineers ior inspection and suggestions. Approved. The Bngiueer-in Onief forwarded a plan of tbe Franklin Harbor jetty, and asked wrjethur there was surncient eea ihere to iuterfere with tbe embankment approach which it was pro posed to make to it. It was stated that t&ere v, as no wash to speak of at tt at placs. . Tfce Engineer-in Cfiief fur warded his monthly report of jetties under construction daring April. He tinted ibat the length of Victor Hiroer Breakwater was at present £60 feet, and tha quantity of Eton...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 4 June 1881

' There has been accidentally discovered, buried in the earth in a back garden in the neighborhood of Cowan-street,' says the Gawltr Standard, 'part of an old diary dating back as far as the month of August, 1859. No name is attached to it, but it is written in a olear. bald band, and is headed * Dotes and Memorandums in ttatnral History, Gawler.' It corcmenoes on August 1, 1858, Had speaks of almond trees in bloom, and ef two varieties of the oroous in flower on the park Unda— one ' a plain white blossom, and one with a disk dark-brown, the rest white.' On the 4th robins were about, evidently ' seeking mates in the opposite sex.' About tbe same time an insect was destroyed, but wbich from the description appears to have been very like b humming-bird. It had *tro leg«, a beak, two wings,' and 'appeared covered with feathers.' It was very small. On tbe same day a small blue orane was shut. In October, 1830, vast quantities of caterpillars were attacking tho vines, ' eating off tbe bl...

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NORTHERN DISTRICT LICENSING BENCH. QUARTERLY MEETING. CLARE.—WEDNESDAY, JUNE 1. [Before Messrs. W. L. Beare. J. P. (chairman), JLO. Killiccat, J.P., and C. Kimber, J.P.] NEW PUBLICANS LICENCES. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 4 June 1881

NORTHEKN DISTRICT LIOEXSING QUABTBELY MEBTIIIG. Clare. — Whdnbsdat, Juke 1. [Before Messrs. W. L. Beare. ;J- P. (chairman), Jx.o. Killiccat, J.P., and O. Kimber, J.P.J jsew publicanb licences. Plans fur which have been approved. Johtit, John, Boyal Hotel, Hawker; extension of time granted for three months. rowel), Wm, Powell's Hotel, Hanker; ei t«ntion of time granted for three months. Penets, Aldxidge, n Co., Ccaadock Hotel, Craddock ; granted. bchunke, O^ Simmonston Hotel, Simmons ton; refused. Uuilham, Kobt., Baunam's Hotel, Mount Brown Creek ; granted. For wbi- h plans hsve not been approved. Fetgusou, Jno, Jervois Hottl, Seotion 211, Germein; withdrawn. Fursytb, Wm., Uoai mtrciel Hotel, Feteraburgh North ; refused. Taj lor, Ww , Eiteobion Hotel, Port Augusta grantee eix months to build. Chrietenson, Wra., George Hotel, Section 21S Wocgytrra ; grautcd tix months to build. Sucker & Marreit, Holkhaai Hotel, Ptteri ouigh Korth ; rt fused. Bitckwell, S. L., Globe Hotel, Slel...

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FATAL ACCIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 4 June 1881

FATAL ACCIDENT. The city coroner (ilr. Thos. Ward, J.P.) held an inquest at the Destitute Asylum on Friday, May 27, as to the cause of the death of a man, uaine unknown, who fell down a cellar on tbe premises of Mrs. it. Haldaue, at Kent Tonn, snd received fatal injuries, on Tuesday evening, May 21. Mr. W. H. Holmes waa fore man ot the jury. The jury went out to the scene of the eccnlent with tbe coroner, and in spected the cellar and the back entrance to the house. On returning evidence was taken. Mary OXea-7, cook at Mrs. Haldane'u, said — On Tuesday evening. May 21, I was working in Mrs. Haldaxib'a kitchen. About halt past (J dectaeerd came to tbe door of the kitchen, and enquired if Mr. McDenald lived in Che houte. He was tipey and had no hat on. I told deceased that Mr. McDonald lived next door, end in answer to his request for a hat I told him 1 had none Co give him. I asked the man wLat hie name was, end he said ' Austin.' 1 went into the dining-room aud told Mrs. Hal dai.6 t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 4 June 1881

Bales by Auction. ? OnTBUBSDAY.July 7,*t3 o'clock. OLD EXCHANGE, ADELAIDE. UNSTOOKBD BUN. PETEBLUMB9. Ko. 1851. 90 SQUABB MHS3. T)AXtlC, JAMBa H., has received ¥ iustrnotions bom Gregory Hawson, Esq., to Mil, in his Boom, the Old Exchange, Ade laide, as above, at 3 o'olook — PBTBBLT5MBO— Lwffi No. 1654, being 21 years from December, 1867, 90 Square Miles of good Pastoral Country, situate about 35 miles cooth of Late Gairduet, mud south-west ot C-vnlbignie Station. Further paiticuUxs from the Auctioneer. ? x!55 OnTHUBSDAY, July 7, at 3 o'clock. VALUABLE STATION FBOPEBTIBS. YABDKA, GUM FIAT, WIL&BMA. 74000 SHBKP- PATEh.^ JaMBS H,, has received instructions (ram Messrs. Main, Sells, and C«. to sell by auction, in his Booms, the Old Exchange, Adelaide, on Thursday, July 7. at 3 ' o'clock (nuleee previontly sold by private con tract) ? ? She YABDBA, GUM FLAT, and WILGENA Tim TABDEA BTJK, a!tn«ted about 130 miles ir«et from Fort Augusta, oomprises about 2J063 square mile* of sound...

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Wit and Humor. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 4 June 1881

Sttit mtir iJmuar. The most oisagtaable mcuthfot a soldier — 'March. 'Tieis, tiers, idle tiers,' as the aofcor saii when he saw the rows of empty benches before him. A ' chiel' who is in the habit of taking notes of the «ex says that the generality of women who do fancy-work don't fancy work. ' What a blessing it is.' said a hard-working Irishman, ' that night nivei : comes on till lata in the cay, when a man is tired, and can't work at all at all.' A recent number of a New York ladies msgezice in its hon*ekeeper*g department In forms its readers that 'Virginia housewives make the beet of pickles.' ? An old lady who has several unmarried daughters feeds them on fish diet/because it is rich in phosphorus, and phosphorus is the essen tial thing in making matches. As old lady said she never could imaging where all the Smiths came from until she sair a large sign, ' RmifcVi MAnufacturing Company *n A wife, having lost her husband, was incon solable for his death. 'Leave me to my grief,'...

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NOARLUNGA. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 4 June 1881

KOAELUNGA. way au. — tTfiBeni; — ure. w. iravey, «j.jr. (ohairl, J. H. dampness, W. Hoilej, B. Honie, and E. Teakle. Letter read from Com missioner Grown Lands agreeins to supplement ccet of erecticg council chamber, such cost not to exceed ££00. Mr. Stephens offered to lease school reserve on fencing {terms for 7 years; to be offered s S rears' agreement on terms named. Deputation from institute committee applied for nte of new hall for institute porpases in consideration cf furnishing same; an agreement to be made for 5 years on terms proposed. Clerk W8s authorised to let the building fcr other pnrpoies, and tariff of charges agreed to. Cr. ChampncEe to retire by ballot, and Crs. Howie and Teakle by rotation. Payments, £174 7».

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ONAUNGA. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 4 June 1881

ONAUNGA. May SO.— Present— All. Three tenders re ceived for tool-house at the cemetery ; let to Mr. Memmuir for £20. Retiring members to be Off. Stanton snd Oroep, by seniority, and Or. Sutzcr by ballot. Payments, £4 103. 3d.

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NAIRNE. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 4 June 1881

NAIBNE. May SO. — Present — All. Cr. Pearson reported that he had inspected tbe roads at HarrogaSe in dispute between Messrs. Oarling and Appleton, and would advise the council to let the roads, sndoompel the person taking them to hang gates ; approved. . Letter read from Messrs. ' Mann & Fotter, solicitors for Mr. Oavenagb, asking for the reconveyanceof the road through NelEon's to Mr.PhUeoi, and £15 compensation to Mr. uavensgn ior nis expenses in connection with the road; resolved, that the chairman and clerk see Mr. von Donssa for advice ; clerk also to communicate with the Surveyor-General. Memorial received trom sixty-three ratepayers, asking thecouncil to hold meetings at Calling ion al terns te!y with Nairne and Kanmsntoo; adjourned for the decision of the new council., BttirncgLccDDCillors— Mtseis. Chapman n, Hair, and Muilins. Tenders aocc-ptsd — Outriug hill near Mx. J. Ssvenagli's, J. Ptull'a, £29 10a. ; making read hetn-een Hsrrowgate and Mount Terrene, ~£To. 1 ...

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UPPER WAKEFIELD. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 4 June 1881

UPPER WAKEFIELD. May 28.— Present — The chairman, and Crs. Ward and Allen. J. Williamson wrote, respect ing closing road at Leasingham ; overseer ta report. Chairman local board of health gava - notice of a rate of 3d. in tbe pound to be collected for use of the board. Mr. W. P. Long applied to be allowed to retain the rent received from the board of education on behalf of sehoolboose at Lower Skilly, for the purpose of keeping, the buildJDgs in repair; granted. Council also agreed to pay half-cost of iron fsr roof of hat adjoining scboolhouse. Mr. Ward applied to have top of hill cut between sections 120 and 121; to be done with other work asked for. Mr. Ward reported centre of cutting at Mount Hor recks required repairs; left to overseer. Pay ments, £4 9s.

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LAW COURTS. [For other Law Courts see p. 12.] POLICE COURT—ADELAIDE. THURSDAY, JUNE 2. [Before Messrs. S. Beddome, P.M., G. Styles, J.P., and E. T. Smith, M.P. (Mayor of Adelaide.] CORPORATION CASES. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 4 June 1881

LAW COURTS. [Far other Lav Courfi tee p. IS.'\ POLICE COURT— ADELAIDE, Thursday, June 2. [Bef ore Messrs. S. Beddome, P.6L, G. Styles, J_P..andE. T. Smith, M.P. (Mayor of Ade laide.] COBPQBATION CiSKS. Richard Horace Wigg, Frederick Horace Wigg, and John Richard Wigg, merchants, were charged on the information of E. Paterson Clarke wi:h unlawfully having in their possession certain labels intended for labelling battles con taining spirits, and not having printed on them the wonta, 'Bottled in Soatn. Aus tralia' in plain legible characters. The Crown Solicitor (Hon. O. Mann, QO.) prosecuted. Mr. H. K. Downer defended, and pleaded nat guilty, and that the defendants had been con victed for the same offence previously. After some discussion the Crown Solicitor agreed to proceed against Mr. E. 5. Wigg only. E.P. Clarke, inspector of distilleries and pubiis houses, said he was at Messrs. Wigg's waxehousa on July, 1880, and on March 23 last, and found the labels produced in drawers where ...

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PARA WIRRA. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 4 June 1881

PABA WIIillA. May 2S. — Present — All. Chairman and over seer to inspect boundary road, Hermitage, pur pose ol repairing same near Verral's. Clerk to virile to Sir. Tieetrail as to agreement made by him with Te&lree Gully Council in 1665 for repairing the boundary line at Hermitage when sctirjg es deputy on behalf of the Para Wirra Council in other matters. Chiirmau and over seer to iispect proposed site of footbridge at Erown's Creek. Chairman and deputation frcm council to meet at proposed line of road tiiough Mr.Pexjna'slacd at Spring Gully nest council day. Clerk to write to Surveyor General to have premised reserve onSectioa33 tuivejtd before Ibe survey party leave the dUtriot. Betiiing councillors — Mr. F. Bowman, by rotation ; asd Mesera. J. H. Bowden and A. Shillabcer, by bsUot. Beceipts, £24 12a.; payruntc, £43 9». Id.

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PORT GAWLER. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 4 June 1881

PORT GAWLEB. May 30.— Pretent— AIL Tenders accepted : — Ko. £9,B. Hogben, 2s. per chain; No. 60, B. Eogbec, Ss. 3d. per chain ; No. ei,E.Msgor, £19 ?^m ??« ^m^ ^iW SSMMS ? k m MM ?(* 10s. Crs. Temby and Pederiek retire bvrofeT : tion, and Cr. Smith bj ballot.

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HIGHERCOMBE. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 4 June 1881

HIGHKRCOilBE. May 30— Present— AU. Clerk to write tnptrintending-surveyor of main roads re damage again done by tbe overflow of tho culvert at the approach to Kangaroobottom-rcad. Letter received from Crown Lands Office stating that the Commissioner had resolved not to recom mend Governor to grant the prayer of the memorialists tor tne annexation oi portion oc the district of Highercombe to the district of Tcatree Gully. Application from Honghton Becbabite Tent for sundry repairs to the old schoolroom, Hoaghton ; to be attended to. Mr, G. B. Pitman tendered his resignation as district ranger ; to be accepted -from June 13. Ors. H. Pitman and S. Behn retire by rotation, and G. W. Hibbert by ballot, Receipts. £l2s. 6d.; payments, £42 13s.

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HANSON. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 4 June 1881

HANSON. May 30.— Present— Crs. Tohl (chair), Peak, Ccckrum, and Humphrys. Stanley Council atked payment of £9, half share of repairing division road ; to be paid. Notice to be given Bartlett Smith to'removefctoue from districtroad, or couccil will do same at bis expense. Plan of district to be made complete with new surveys, acreage, &c. Mr. Rogers applied to rent road between 8289, 22£8; allowed on the usual terms. Fitspatrick to fill ruts corner of railway yard. J. O'Leary to find stone (2J) for maintenance Gum. Creek-road, and spread at 6s. per cubic yard. Crown Lands Office advised council that rent of Echoolhouse had been paid, snd Bathurst burrs destroyed ons tock read. Payments, £l55 2s. Cd.

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MOUNT BARKER. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 4 June 1881

KOUKT BARKER. Kay SO.— Present— Crs. Partridge (chau), Dans, SteptensoD, Blight, acd Watts. Hon. j. G. Bamssy and Mr. Tates asked council to form or form and gravel toads leading from Mr. Little's to Wistow*s; to be inspected. Mr. Them. Waiefield to be allowed 15s. per chain extra for breaking metal on contract 234. uouxmi mceimgB w ob now lurifuiguciy. j±» eecEmeBt revised. Mr. Wm. Wakefield to be informed that contract near limekiln will be finished by council at his expense and the fines enforced. Mr. Saml. Obora to finish contract near limekiln. Path to be made to footbridge in Stephen-street. Beceipts, £29 3s..Sd. ; pay ments, £72 7s. 4d.

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MITCHAM. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 4 June 1881

MITCHAM. ? May 28.— Present— All. Clerk reported th»t nearly all the two-fifths ofjtbe ratepayers, &s re quired by the Act, kad signed the petition to divide tl-if district into wards. Surveyor re potted arranging with Mr. Pound to pat in stopB on Bay-road; approved. Surveyor also repoited having made an inepection of Gsod vrcod-road and Welbonrne-street, JJIitcham. P. F. Latter called attention to the state of the fence on the Government road; to be repaired. Tramway Company to be requested to alter drain at north entrance to their sheds. Surveyor to get spcondrain made near Mitcham Institute. Beeolved that Tramway Company be offered £W to widen the northern half ofWelbonrne street. Bone'e-road through sections Hop. 2 and 47 to be marked on plan of district. William Pound's tender far spreading metal, accepted. Crs. Define and . Melville retire by rotation, and Ce, EagBiSw by ballot. Beceipts, £147 8s.; pajri.erit8,£29 17s. 4d.

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BURNSIDE. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 4 June 1881

BUBNSIDE. May 23. — Present — All. The matter of open ing road at Upper Kensington to stand over. J. Fountain's tender for split posts on the Water falls -load beiBg lowe&t, accepted. Surveyor instructed to inspect road at North Kensington and report to next meeting. Also to inspect road at Burnside, sad report. Watertable at Baroside to be cleaned. Clerk to write to owners of quarries at Stonyfell to see what they will subscribe towards the repair of Pacfchim's and Penf old's roads. Berjeipts, £5G3 ISs. lOd. -, pa; mentF, £52 Ss. 6d.

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ECHUNGA. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 4 June 1881

EOHUNGA. May 23. — Present — Crs. Halliday fin the chair), Pfennig, Masters, and Borchers. Letter received from Commissioner of Crown Lands, intimating that prayer of memorial for addi tional councillor for Gr&fers Ward had bsen complied with. Clerk to revise assessment for 1681-2. Betiring councillors — Messrs. W. Hough r.nd J. Halliday, by rotation; Mr. O. Borchers by ballet. Receipts, £58 ; payments, £55 14a.

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ENCOUNTER BAY. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 4 June 1881

ENCOUNTER BAY. May 28.— Present — AIL Two tenders re ceived for 100 yards road metal ; James McDonald's accepted, at 6s. 6id. per yard. Clerk to thank Mr. S. Davenport for the olive plants received. Beceived from Commissioner of Crown Lands a pamphlet entitled ' Past and present LBnd System.' Beoeipts, £37 16s.; payments, ££0 18s. 21.

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