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WIRRABARA, APRIL 19. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 23 April 1881

AVIRRABARA. April 19. L The weather here still continues very dry. J- We were favored! with three or four dafsol -v duststormB last week, with the wind 'bio wing* ? ?- --?? gale from the north and a threatening sky over- S; head, but with the exception of a few drops no . jj- rain fell. The farmers are w^ffn«iy ™^iHn«r * . ^n for a good downpsur, so that they can get on ' ^r: -with tbe seeding, being afraid to sow until th^.. .--I raineomes. ' ' '.~ ..'' . -^ ? * ?' ? ? '-^

Publication Title: South Australian Weekly Chronicle
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WILLIAMSTOWN, APRIL 18. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 23 April 1881

WILLIAMSTOWN. Apiul 18. : : On Good Triday our cricket «lub bad a matoh with Lyndoeh aid beat them. — On Saturday the town was surprised by the appearance of a detachment of the Adelaide Kifle Association, who were loudly cheered on mtu*! and depar ture, they marched from Kershropk and want to Lyndock to .camp— a pretty good march. ? — To-day (Easter ' Monday) we sad tie . usual sport?;, about 300 people were' on \ tbe ground, and a long and varied pro gramme was successfully carried oat. Good order waB maintained throughout the day. — An entertainment was held in the cornoil ball this evening, on behalf o£ St. Peter** organ fund. Bev. A. Sells presided, sirs. Warren and Hiss Hodgson presided at the piano. The audience was large. Duets and soles were well rendered . by Mrs. and MiBB M. Warren, Misses BUkey and Hattam, and Master Garner sang several songs veiywtlL Recitations by Kb. Boss, jun^anoL readings by the chairman concluded a very - successful eitertainment.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 23 April 1881

. Waggs went to the ssatien of one of onr - railroads the other evening, «md. finding. the--r seats all occupied, said in a loud TOioa. 'jWfey, this car isn't going!' . Of course the words r,; . \ oaused a general stampede, and Wogg took tbe ; :, best seat. The train soon, moved oft .In tb*i :_: ?- midst of the indignation the wag was quss» - tioDfd. 'You said this frf watnt so'tr*?1; -. ?? Will. 'It wasu't then,' reputed Wagp,'- ant i*.. t

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District Councils. ANGASTON. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 23 April 1881

gisfriri €-mnh. ANGABTON. April It— Present-: AIL Bev. J. fieohner mote, calling ^attention to damage done to erossmg at eteek near Anrichtfa by late rains, and requesting same might be made passable; to k« attended to. Hr. J. H. Angas wrote stat ing that hanng fenced in remaining portion of ?action 389, he weald feel obliged if ooanoil would at mice have the roots and logs removed BO that the road might be made passable from Oollingrove (to main road) toKeynetoH. Chair men reported that he, with the overseer, had examined road referred to, and tiwt orders had been given to clear and cut side ditching where required. Mr. H. Badford attended and called attention to water running under his gate and cutting up entrance to his property instead of following its natural coarse higher np; to be examined and altered if possible. Memorial from several ratepayers requesting road to bs repaired to the preserving works, the same being cut np with the constant stone earring thereon ; also reques...

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BALAKLAVA. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 23 April 1881

?R4T.aTTT.AV*. April 16.— Present— All. Chairman reported that Or. Virgo had had drains oat on GalE road; approved. Letter from Crown Lands Offioe re road in front of railway station, Balaklava. Pamphlet received from Advertiser Office re taxation. Tender acoepted— Filling in holes on Mi. Deenow's road, Mr. Job. Brooks, at 19s. Od. per chain, accepted. Overseer reported that the proper depth of metal was not on Mr. Hupfeld's contract. Payments, £211 Is. 6d.

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BAROSSA WEST. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 23 April 1881

ElKOFSi WEST. April 1L — Preeent — All. Commissioner of Crown LaBds twrote respecting timber licences ; clerk instruct ranger in matter. Or. McOallum to get drain made by day work to lead water into catch drain, Bitter's contract. Receipts, £814*.; payments, £53 4s.

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WALLAROO, APRIL 20. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 23 April 1881

WALLAEOO. Aphil 20. On Easter Monday evening a successful bazaar in aid of the fund for fencing in the local cemetery was held at the institute hall, where a good display of useful and fanoyartiole* was made to tempt the visitor to aid in a useful and much-needed work. The promenade concert was an additional attraction. A cood round sum was realised, and at the close of the stall vendirs Mr. France, of Hoionta, kdnffly disposed of the remaining articles by auction. Mr. T. Daviea, 3 JP., the curator, read a statement of accounts, Bhowing that proceeds of last bazaar and subscription lists amounted to £103 0s. lid. It is intended to form a a committee to manage the fund and proceed with the fencing at once. Mr. Daviea men tioned that the income was very small, only amounting on an average during the last three i yean to £8 per annum. The proceeds of present effortare£29.— On Good Friday the Bev. O.G» ?. Taplin conducted divine service in St. Mary'* Church. There was a good attendance....

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TANUNDA, April 21. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 23 April 1881

TANUNDA, Apbil 21. Easter Monday has always been a jrreat day forTanunda. The chief attraction this yew was the annual shooting matoh, in which rifle men from Habndorf, JLobeSual, and Adelaide took part, the number of men amounting to 23i In the afternoon a large number of p :sple turned out, heartily joining in the various spirft. Tt was late when the results of the shootine were known, and the Hon. Mr. Bssedow dirtribitei the prizes to the successfe' oonipetirar*. The following is the prize list:— H. Henner, ' 114 rings, silver bukett and raedel ; O. W. Meaner, 113 do., silverplared coffee can; A. Offe,113do, do. sugar b»in; E. Menjler, 112 do., silver tablespoons: P. Hasse (totethal), 111 do.,silverplatsddish ; F.Sonnem»on(Hahn dorf ), 107 de., silver ladle ; Grummet (do.), 105 do., six silver spoons ; O. Mangier, 104 ao, three studs; E. Sobels (Adelaide), 102 do., do.; K. Mengler, 101 do., four silver spoons; A. Storch (Hsbndorf), 94 do, plated saltcellar; E.Meier (do.), 92 do, ...

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STONE HUT, APRIL 19. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 23 April 1881

STONE HUT, Apbil 10. Ploughing is now the order of the day, and a ; good many farmers have started sowing, but it u very dry work, and they all appear to- be . wishing for « good downpour of rain. About a . week ago we had a nice n-fr«iliing shower, - which laid the dust, cooled the atmosphere, and gave a Email supply of the much coveted soft ... water, for domestic purposes.— An accident, which resorted in the loss of two bullook* : belonging to Messrs. Tobitt Bros., happened about a week ago. While they were crossing at creek with a tank of water on a dray oae of the polers tripped and fell, causing the other one to fall also. One had its neck dislocated, and' died almost immediately, and the other died two or . ; three days afterwards.

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STIRLING NORTH, April 19. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 23 April 1881

STIRLING NORTH, Apbil 19. Kothing is transpiring here worth chronicling. The weather continues still dry, and feed is ao scarce that many of onrjiorses have died from starvation, and before next week some of our cattle will follow, as many of them are looking shakey. In spite of the drought a few new [electors are making good headway with their ploughing and fencing. — The holidays passed off here v»ry quietly, 83 much so that were it not for a few of the youths and maidens of Port Angasta who passed »n route to and from the mountain we hardly knew that it w«s Easter tide. — There is no gold-fever now, tbaoki to vour special correspondent, who administered the potent medicine through columns of the Chronicle.

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STEPHENSTON, APRIL 19. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 23 April 1881

STEPHENSTON. Apbil 19. On Gccd Friday the Strphecstm cricketen played a match with the Willochia team at Willochra township. The v-ntxj were the coBqcerors by a god number oY ram. The Stephenston team c ored 102 runs in two ia Dings, end Wi)lc;htd 49. — On Eastsr Mon day the children attending the day :chcDl were regalci bv their t3:eher, Mr. Whittsker with refreshments. Afterwards pprenis and friends to the numb2r of sixty rat down to tev In the evening a meeting was held/presided over by Mr. George. Mr. Wnittaker addrecrsd the gathering, afrjr which tbe scliole's gave several readings and recitations. A very pleasant evening wci spent. -Tbe weather keeps very dry. Eiin stemn to be aden at rat, but np t] the p.oaeat but little has fallen; Some few fa-mer-i have finished Bowing.

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SALTIA, April 18. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 23 April 1881

SALTIA. April 18. * ; StUln^ rain, and everything is in o(m»9ga»no» very dull.' It is to be hoped we shall aobaJia** a goed downpour. If it does cot come «bortrjic will be of nometofartnor»;:and a great many will be ruintd. v .. ' .

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SNOWTOWN, April 19. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 23 April 1881

SNOWTGWK.TApttit 19. i .Oar town presented a very lively appearance on Good Friday and Barter Monday. Theloran - of sport* got up ? muff cricket match— 11 v. it - —on Good Friday: A number of the muff* were dressed in character, and by their various antics caused a great amount of laughter and amusement. Then was a number of visitors on the ground throughout the day. — The anni veraaiy services in oosaection with the ' Bible Christian Church was celebrated on Buter Sunday and Monday. On the former day three sermons were preached to large congregations, the collection amounting to £7 10s. On Monday there was a public tea in Messrs. Young b Co.** large wheat store, attended by a large number of people. The proceeds were about £13. A public meeting was subsequently held in the chapel which was too small for the occasion. Mr. W. H. Johns, of Condowie Plains, was is the chair, and addresses were delivered by the chairman, Messrs. Marshmti, Best, and Bev. R. C. Yeoman. Mr. 3. Young, treas...

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QUORN, April, 13. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 23 April 1881

QUORN, Apbil 13. The weather has been unpleasantly change able since my last, cold prevailing, and we nave had any amount of clouds threatening a deluge, but with the exception of a few slight mi.ts no rain. — The election for thie district is exciting much interest. Nobody seems to have any idea of who is going in. When only three members are required aud there are eight candidates it is a hard matter to sav who will set votes. Already tbe town is placarded with 'Vote for Cottrell,' ' Vote for Mortlock f and it was rather amusing to see our two senior auctioneers going round the township— one with a backet of paBte and a brush, and tbe other with bills, stick ing them in every available place. — We have a bushman here who has displayed some gold, which be s»ys he found leas than 100 miles from Quorn, and close to the railway. He had also a copper specimen, waish be thought contained {old, and two of our townspeople have sent it to Adelaide to be assayed with a view of quaiLz reefir...

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RIVERTON, APRIL 19. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 23 April 1881

RIVERTON, Apbjl 19. The Rev. J, Blight was invited by the mem bers of his congregation here to a farewell tea before leaving for Koolunga circuit last week. — We have had two days' nioe rain, but it did not continue long enough, only penetrating the ground for about an inch. O wingto tbe rain being eo late this year the fanners will not be able to « ork the ground and clear it before seeding time. A.89L xnuiaaay toe pupuB ui auv. x/ixon gave a rehearsal in the institute. There was a good attendance. — On Easter Monday the ride com pany fired for several prizes. In the evening an entertainment was held for the porposa of raising money to enable the company to in vite others to compete with tbero. The entertainment was very successful in point of attendance, the hall being filled. Mr. J. Bosworth, presided, and a long and interesting programme was gone through, after which Mrs. Bosworth presented prises to the successful competitors as follows : —First squad, Captain Sawden, £3 ; seco...

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PEKINA, April 19. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 23 April 1881

PEKTNA, April 19. A huge and influential meeting was held at the Pekina Hotel, on Saturday, tor the purpose of bringing before tbe Government the necessity of appointing two or three J.'sP. for this district, and for the ditenssion of other matters affeoti.T-g the district. Mr. Duffy occupied the chair. Several persons were nominated to fill the posi tion of Justices of the Peace, and a committee was appointed to carry out the wishes of the meeting. A iace meeting was afterwards held, and a committee chosen to make arrangements for the annual meeting. About £20 was sub scribed in the room. The committee expect to be able offer £1CO in stakes, the two large t being £40 and £30.— The weather still keeps dry and ploughing is almost at a standstill, the ground being veiy bard in mast plaees. Water is also scarce, many of the settlers having to cart it five miles.

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NAIRNE, APRIL 10. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 23 April 1881

NAIEtrfE, Apbil 10. On Gccd Friday evening the members ot the Middlesex Cricket Club, assisted by several ladies of Nairne, gave an enterta ? iment in aid of the local cricket club, at whioh tbe Hon John Carr presided. There was a crowded attend ance. Songs and recitations were rendered by Misses Sparkman, Hagnaford, Jackson, and Johns, and Me^rs. J. Hall, T. Ca .tie, A. Bishop, G.BUkeby.G. Clarkson.A. Wilson, H. Bita, andjenner. Miss Champion played two over tures is good style, and Mr. A. Warhnut aot:i as accompanist. A chorus by the dab was exceedingly well rendered, and deservedly encored.

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MINLATON, APRIL 18. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 23 April 1881

MINLATON, Apkil 18. At a public meeting, immediately folio k ing' that of the Farmers' Association, held at the Mislaton Hotel on Saturday evening last (Mr. Newman, J.P., in tbe cnair), tbe merits of the various candidates for election to tie Legisla tive Connoil were disooMed. A unanimous vote of confidence wra passed in favor of Mr. Fisher, and these present expressed their determination to use every exertion to secare his return.

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MALLALA, APRIL 20. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 23 April 1881

MALLALA, Apbil 20. The holidays have passed oS very quietly with tu, if I except a cricket match played here on Good Friday, between the Mallala Cricket Club and the Alma PlaiuD team. The match was well contested, and resulted in a hard won victory for the visitors. — On the evening of the same day the members of the MaUrJa Literary and Scientific Association held their weekly meeting, when Mr. E. Woslcook, on behalf of the mem bers, presented the Rev. A. J. Burt with some choice literary works as a small token of the esteem in which they hold him for bis past labors with them as a member. Mr. Burt has since the inauguration of tbe society been one of its leading spirits, and his removal to Kooringa will be most keenly felt.— Traie proipects do not seem to improve, and Mallala is almost in a state of stagnation.

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MAILAND, APRIL 19. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 23 April 1881

MAHLAND. APUIL 10. 7te excitement o£ the recent election is now subsiding. Mr. Besglehole seems to have been tbe favorite here, and bis supporters worked hard for his return. The election- for the. Legis lative Council, will it is feared, ciuse ler- gene ral i nterest than they deserve.— The late holidays were very quiet ; no demonstrations of any kind took place, and the shops being doted gave the township a very deserted sppenranoe. — The farmers are all busy ploughing and mitinz, and are anxious for rain. A great deal of new laud is being broken up furi will be cultivated in the district this season. — The weather is fine sow. Sigiis of rain are occasionally [.appearing, bat pass off again.

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