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News of the Week. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 30 April 1881
Jlifos rf ijft W£tt\* The committee of the late Foresters' de monstration have handed to the benevoleat fund and juvenile courte of the .order the sun of £84 6s. 94, The Orient steamer Chimborazo left Plymouth on April 14, having oa board S01 passengers for Australia and 377 tons of cargo for Adelaide. Messrs. J. Stifling & Oo. have received ? telegram notifying that the mails per Aconcagua (which steamer left Adelaide on llaroh 19) were delivered in London on Monday, April 25, or in thirty-seven daje. The Brisbane Courier states that Queens land ports are dosed against the importation of cattle, sheep, and pigs from all parts beyond the colonies of Australia, Tasmania, and New Zealand. The honorary treasurer of the Adelaide Children's Hospital has reeerrod towards the funds of that iastitation tb* earn of £50 from the executors of tha late Mr. William Ooltoo, formerly of Mol*rem Vale. Messrs. J. Stilling & Co. have been ad vised by telegram tbat the steamar Fotosi l...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 30 April 1881
Taylor Brothers' Maravilla Cocoa— Taylor Brothers, London, having tha exclusive supply of this unrivalled Cocoa, invite comparison with any other Cocoa for Purity— fine Aroma— Sanative, Nutri tive, and Sustaining power. One trial will establish it as a favorite beverage for ireakfast, luncheon, and a soothing refreshment after a late evening. For favor able opinions see ?'Standard,' 'Morning Post,' ' British Medical Journal,' &c, fe. Taylor Brothers' Homoeopathic Cocoa. — This original preparation, -which has attained such a world wide reputation, is manu faetuied by Taylor Brothers, under the ablest homoeopathic advice, aided by the ginn and expericnoc of tiie inventors, and will be found to combine in an eminent degree the purity, fine aroma, nn4 nutritioni property ot the fresh nut. Taylor Brothers' Soluble Chocolate is made in one minute 'without boiling. Taylor Brothers' Maravilla Cocoa Essence, or Pare Soluble Cscoa. — This exquisite production will supply a want long ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 30 April 1881
6^'* It lias ceen said bf a^ eminent medi al ursc tit oner iu New OrU*ns. ' give me a supply ol * WiEs-roN* ^ 'Wizabd Oil' laifl * SI.MHC Pills' and 1 will go ttoroogh tbe world- and core atl diseases the human subject is heir to.' Be this as it may, it is an nriispotiblifact Tn vt kjlht wonoxmroi. coos iuvsj BBSS KTrcCTSD EV THESa JTISTLT OIUSUTtO kbdicxsbS. For &e*dach£, whether sick or nerrvos, Eheuinatwrn, Lumbago. Fains and Weakness in the Hack, Spine, or Sinners, fains anmod tha Tjver, Pleurisy, 6»eUiBg» of the Joists, Fkuu In tire Bowels, and for all Nervons and Tnftammmtory Aches and Earns, Wumn** Wizaao On.andMi.aio Enxswul afford imxoeSiata ease.; and their continued nae tax afewdajswillsffsctapszleatenre. -rtnri;n« ?flstTvmn.. — Thousands of the worst cases of asthma have been relieved by ucing Jonas Whit crmb'sBerfieey tor AKHima, In no case of purely asthmatic chanchT bas it failed to give prompt relief —liiUp Santo & Co., Agents. iWJd;197 Fremstnre Loss...
HAMILTON. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 30 April 1881
HAMILTON. April 9.— Present — All but Cr. Marlow. C Bowett complained of water being diverted into bis paddock in consequence of drain being cut by council ; to be attended to. Olerk to proceed for recovery all outstanding rates. Tenders ac cepted — I epnirs Heilgan's Gap, J. MoGrath, £i . Ueceipts, £47 3s. ; payments, £95 Oa.2d.
GILBERT. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 30 April 1881
GILBERT. April 16. — Present — Ors. Korton (chair), Davis, and Gssmier. Olerk£to make out list of rate defaulters. Tenders acoepfced— Forming and metallisg, Kowe'e, J. Ccnneil, £4 per chain ; forming and metalling, Tarlee, J. Oonnell, £4 per chain; sidedrain, 2s. 6d. per chain. .Re ceipts, £23 17«. 3d. ; payments, £15 Is. 3d.
ENCOUNTER BAY. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 30 April 1881
ENCOBNIEE BAY. April 23.— Present— All. Eesolved, for tire future council's roller not to be removed ?with- cut permission. Mr. Wheaten to reoeire notice to cause roller to be returned to where it was removed from, in the Hindmarsh Valley, by his order. Clerk to write Myponga District Coun cil, asking them to have some had places re paired on road between this district and My ponga. Eeceiptfl, £2 16s. ; payments, £23 10s. lid.
BRLALIE. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 30 April 1881
?RRT.srrn. April 25 — Prerent— Drs. James Neale (ehair), Moore, fiper, and Qoodes. William SAitland's letter re exchange of roads to be held over. Edwsid Davis waited on council complaining of stray bullets cropping near Manannarie-roid durirjg practice of rifle clab being dangerous to PEssers-by. Besolved that permi-sion gtveu to rifle club for practising at target on present site be withdrawn. Joseph Noblet asked to have ford over Noblets Creek raised eighteen itches higher; to be dene, for a *ua» not ex ceeding £5. Or. Moore to spend a sum not exceedicg £5 in his ward. Clerk, to ask North Midland Bead Board to have a piece of road between two metalled portions by sections 87 and S28, Cancrwie road, formed aud metalled^; also abont CO chains of road, by sections 42, 43, 561, Fould'e Gap, made. James Eawes ap plied for extra allowance for -cutting incline in his contract; No. 92 ; not entertained, ftesolved that old asseiismcnt be adopted for the earning : year. Receipts, 10s. 03. ...
BOOYOOLIE. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 30 April 1881
BOOYOOLIE. April 23.— Present — All but Or. Tonkin. . Clerk's report for month read and approved. B. J. Crocber asked that the ranger be iartraoted to impound ail cattle off streets in Laura; ranger to attend to same. Commiseioner o£ Crown Lands wrote re t\e tasting of weigh bridges; ako, respecting sections 353 and 306, Buodied of Boojoolie; received. Qladstone District Council wrote re maintenance of road forming boundary between two dutriots; re ceived. Usual notices Teipeot'mg ontstsndiag rates to be given. Clerk to ask couaoil's solicitor for opinion as to whose duty it is to remove dead beasts off main and district roads, tastier of drain near sir. Eeichelfs section 2S1, to lemain in abeyance. Matter of drain between Mr. Hill's sectiona 247- and 249 to be left with councillor for ward aad clerk. Chairman suggested advisability of surveyor making an estimate of cost of fencing in eastern portion of park lands. Surveyor to make estimate of total cost of fencing park lands ; sbo,...
CLARE. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 30 April 1881
CL&BE. April 16.- Present— All. Mr. Stadelmann'e offer to sell piece of ground fo; road accepted. Clerk to give Mr. Fenna notice to open a cloECd street in Sevenhills. Olerk to give the butchers notice to attend next meet ing. Letter received from the District Council of Upper Wakeoeld. Government to be petitioned to annex tbe Hundred of Milne to the district of Clare.
WILD HORSE PLAINS, APRIL 25. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 30 April 1881
WILD HOESE PLAINS, Abut, 25. She long-leoked-for rain arrived here on EoBday night, whieh -will have the -effect of stopping the water-carting for a time at least. — Ur. Bobert Daniels, a farmer living a few miles bom here, had bis shed containing his imple ments, seed wheat, and many other useful articles destroyed by fire on Friday evening last. Mr. Daniels estimates his logs at about £360. It will be very hard on him, as his crop last season was almost a total failure owing to the rust. As to the cause of the fire, S under stand it was purely accidental.
WILMINGTON, APRIL 25. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 30 April 1881
WILMINGTON, Aphil 25. TTbe electicnreicitcment has nearly snbsided, fortbongh tbereare several boxes yet to came in U is notat all likely that «ur local candidate, Ur. CBJHaekweH, will be elected, although he was Kelltnpported by tbe farmers' vote. This was entirely onset by Port Augusta, and tfae farmers have to acknowledge themselves disfranchised. — Water is still our great need, the supply from Dnnn.&Co.'evrell being quite unequal to the demand. A public jneeiing was held last week to further urge the Government to take imme diate steps to procure a supply before next season. The matter of postal and telegraphio accommodation wsg also'disenssed, the meeting being of opinion .that as tbe business .of the town watso fast increasing, and so many mails were dispatched from the office, additional room was absolutely nf netnary. It was therefore decided to ask that new offioes might be built. Tbereis ample room for the erection on the Government allotment next to that on which...
YACKA, APRIL 26. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 30 April 1881
YACKA, Apbh. 26. ane hrst annnal celebration jn connection with the Tacka Band of Hope took place on Easter Monday. The members formed in pro eeseion at tbe institute at 2.30 p.m. and marched to the park lands adjacent. A good number of people assembled during the afternoon and joined in cricket, croquet, and other games. Tee interest of the picnic was enhanosd bv t)ie presence of a team of juvenile cricketers from Eoolunga, who competed in a friendly match with the Yacka boys, victory, after a veil-contested game, declaring for the latter. Sea was provided for members of -the band at 3 p.m., and for the public at 4. In -the evening an entertainment was held in the institute hall. Mr. Sandow,thepresidentof the band,took the chair. The hall was well filled. The secretary reported -that eighty-eight persons had signed tbe pledge during the year, and that a fife and drum band had been organised. Addresses on temperance were delivered by the chairman, the Bev. J. Slight, and Meters. Wal...
WILLOWIE SPRINGS, APRIL 23. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 30 April 1881
?WILLOWIE SPRINGS, Arau. 23. veeajng operations are drawing to a close. — The drought still continues, and tbeoauntry presents a very dry appearance for this time of the year. Some of the wheat hu naw been sewn a Jong time, but it is doubtful whether it will prove as good as some of the later sown. — We have not had any heavy rain for fourteen menths, in fact there has hardly been rain at all since September last. People living seven or -eight miles from here are carting water, and what with c&ttle and horses and people coining in with waggons ana tanks this plaos at times presents a lively appearance, especially on Saturdays.
GOYDER, APRIL 23. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 30 April 1881
GOTDEB. Apbii. 23. Since my last we have had nothing of imDor fosce to note in this hundred.— Rain is very badly needed to replenish tanks and start tha seed already sown. We had a slight fall a few days tince, but not enough to do any good. — Farmers are all busy sowing, and already a good area issown. — The gold fever has even reached . this qniet comer of the world, and several of our younger residents have signified their inten tion of starting as soon as seeding has finished.— The scrub farmers in this hundred have suffered sad havoc in their crops through the destruc tiveness of the wallaby every year; and this year bidB fair to be no exception to the role, as those pests are about in hundreds. Several far mers are goiig to try poisoning them.
KOORINGA, APRIL 28. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 30 April 1881
KOOSmGA. Apbil 28. On Bfcxiday morning last we had a heavy thnndersterm. A good quantity of rain fell, but net enough to do much good. It is to bo hoped to &hail soon have a thorough making rate, as it is badly wanted. It is surprising at this time of the year to see things in suoh a dry parcbed-up state. — On Tuesday evening the members of the Aberdeen Cricket Club cele brated the olose of thtir season by holdings dinner at tbe Bojal Bxchanse HoteL About thuty peretne tat down to an excellent spread provided by Hostess Rnndle, Mr. W. J&. Kidg way, 3.P_ president of the dob, occupied the ? chair, and Mr. Jno. Druutan, Jan., vice-president, officiated as vioe-cbairman. After disposing of. the usual loyal toasts, the chairman gave tho 'Aberdeen Cricket Club,' and complimented them on the success of their first season. He felt honored in being their president, and he was core the progress tbey bad made, and tha way in wbich they had behaved augured well ' tor its future...
LAURA, APRIL 22. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Weekly Chronicle — 30 April 1881
LAURA. Aebu, S3. The new Kational Bank if now finished, and ? I understand the manager moves in on Monday next. The building fa oertainly an ornament to. she town, and reflscts-great credit onthearomV tect,Mr. Garliok, and the contractors, Item. ? BOls ft Bowkee. The jveiriiMt hitherto occupied. ly tfae beck hfcve been taken by Messrs. Davey j and Farrar, the well-known auctioneers, aud Mr. Copinger. solicitor, and I understand exten si ve alterations are going to be made in order to convert the premiaM into first-class planes of business.— A lad named MoKeniie was oat shooting a few -? ays ago, when one of the barrels of tbe gun be was nsing-exploded while he -was removing thexamrodfromtheotber. His right hmd was so ranch injured that Dr. Hamilton had to amputate parrs of three fingers. The lad is sow getting on well. April 23. 'S Tbe Primitive Methodists celebrated their anniversary on Good Friday and Easter Sunday. On Friday the usual tea meeting was held, aad ?was nnmeronsly att...