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COUNTRY NEWS. ALDINGA, JANUARY 27. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 1 February 1868

COirjHTItY NEWS. ? t&om ,our Country Cferrespoiidente.T MJDJ38G&, 3kmjA3L*$7. The 'first anniversary services in connection ?with the opening of St. Ann's Church, Aldinga, took place on Sunday &nd Monday last. The services of the Sabbath day, both morning and evening, were most reverently conducted by TBHs Lordship the Bishop of Adelaide, assisted hy the iS&f. KK. SEller, incumbent, the latter *akuig the services for 'the day, -whilst Upon ^the jBifihob devolved the mnm si^nimi m»* ^appropriate duty of preaching the dedication sermons; these I need hardly say were de livered in His lordship's usual solemn, earnest manner, and were listened to with becoming attention by crowded; -Jongregati-»ns at both iimes.-:--:19niJie Monday 'afternoon, at 3 o'clock, the 'conBecraiing of the church took place j the church was weU filled, and the : dedica tion service was most impresBively gone through; after which the clergy, followed hy the congregation, proceeded ...

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A DAM FOR THE TORRENS. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 1 February 1868

A 'DAM TOR THE JTORBENS. iTO T£E EOTTOIL ;: Sir— Permit me to mention' through your valuable columns, the great- necessity of - ai. daui ? over the Tprrens, ^especially in a cUmate;like this, 'where the sutnmer months at periods are so ' excessively hot. ,.v .It would be ' a ; ? great re- ? fresbing'scene'fbr'theicitizehs of' Adelaide and ?ite'suburbs to behold once inpre:a good sheet ?. of-' water in\the river,-up6n which' this ' rising- city ^ ..stands? instead ;tofnaving to behold large - heaps r 'of 'sand; «fid '/unless' -'the.' working '?- -classes :in': ^eiaei^^'ujr expenBe^y '-going lo^he Bay'or to the Port, they nave no other place to get 're iviyM^n!a|itfloe8 1aot^l|wa^saltf|iiem ^bp th ijk time- 'auapocket; %am Sf we'are tohave^a d^m: across 'the Torrens,-! -would-remarkthe necessity of haying any,roots pi, stumps^wbicli may .be £n r it rooted oiit.-- '','-*' ' %.\'..\ v. ''': r. '-1' ',' '? ''' ' . ' .''.'' . Tr^ting^liat'Tiiav^ jnpt iiitrudted too much Ton your valuable ...

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THE MEETING AT THE HOTEL EUROPE. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 1 February 1868

ITHE MEETING AT THE HOTEL Some people appear, greatly surprised^ and scarcely less offended/ that there was not a stand-up fight at the Hotel- Europe last Friday on 'the old. battle-ground ;o£ protection and free trade. JTor our dwi part we are not at all astonished, and by no means indignant, that such a fight -did not occur. Whenv the representatives -of opposing systems determine upon a trial of strength, their precise object should be clearly stated beforehand, so that each side might be well represented, and the theme of discussion, receive proper con sideration. But what : was . there in the convening of last Friday's ? meeting to warrant the belief ,v that' it was to be a trial of -titength. / between: protectionists and freetraders? ! The ad vertisemehV cohvemng the meeting: simply proclaimed the intention of its conveners, to be that 'of affording the members for the district an opportunity of 'giving an account of their stewardship for the last three years;' ISot a word, a...

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HIGH EDUCATION. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 1 February 1868

high; education. ,; For inany years^back ib has been gravely. suspected' that 'the 3ohd ?? of etliication given ii fthe high schools and universities -f England lias been :tinpre pretentious than useful. Amongst -those: who have 'denounced the -existing mfethod «of cbn-,i fimTig what is' \regaMed as a-, liberal. educaSoi 1»'a1tnpwleagei of class^csiand mathematics, |he'late Mr. ? Cbbdent stands conspicuous. ..it was nojb to.be 'wondered atthatia sagafeioiis practical manyJike.iihe herb 6i fe^e ? trade, shoiild set, MmseR against any kikid; ;of educatibfl, which had- not.\§ .present and praiAical^infliiehce; .Of course . the advocates :'ofV;,things' . M ' they are were loud= and sarcastic in ^eir denunciationB of ;Mr. -3obden's vulgar and tradesman-^e'.i'nbtipns ; of ; education.; .- They reminded the public thatChg ffiud? not ' ?had ihe.iaoFantage-of . a-liberalje^ucation^', and that, therefore^ ^ he- was -nbt-a c^nie: petent judge! . Jpa -. -thafc :. lofty: . \style0 -?| \ ^cynicis...

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THE NEGRO IN AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 1 February 1868

? ' ' : ' ' THE r NEGKOr lk ?'?AMERIGA .L. \1 ' % 'The jpresen^ condition of %he Unite^l S^tes is. a subject upon which ihereis' necseisarily^ gr,eat ;diversity /.ajaii! fcpntra^' rie^yjof .opinion, ,. Thps ;we haye' public \ ^writers proving'ib. theiir own satisfactipn,' -that ?the Americans ean never, by .any-: possibiliijy., / pay :' the interest; -on their national debt, but must Inf alUply drift on; ': ;tq itisolvpncy, or! its ^^;disgradefui substitute .-r^repjidiatiph;; ,while '.. ppposepl' '^g ; the^e^ gloomy prophets,-. are those who affirm that the'-Lebt is dimiiHshnig^at^a - rate,; 'th^'wiU^eadHto'itsTektinction ihSO-yeais.', %n ]'. ''' some :[ quarters '?.!&& ?' b.eaf'; ' of , :.the ^plo^aibiie.u anarchy; /pxisting/ jyi; '- fair' Columbia, Awhile, other authorities; affirm: . that the countey is settliag down :intp'% state of peace :'and3hari]gL0ny, iand-thai;;tne1 traces' bjf 'cpiiftisibu' a^^;ihse.(kirity una- ?.-. ypidably .left by 'a ;:lpng -and /devas...

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DRUIDS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 1 February 1868

DRUIDS. The annual meeting of the United Ancient Order of Braids was held at the Adelaide Lodge room on Thursday, the 16th instant, and by ad ournment on Thursday, the 23rd instant, when '.P. Hagedorn, P.T. Stroud, P.S. Mathews, Tyler P. A. Beer, and the following delegates were present, representing the Lodges : — Good ntent Lodge, P. A. Bichardson and P. A. Collins; Allied Lodge, P.P.P. Hurst and A.O. Qiggins j Peace Lodge, P.S. Byke and Secretary Martin; Duke of Brunswick Lodge, P. A. Chambers and A.B. Wall ; Duke of Leineler Lodge, P.P.P. Bobie and P. A. Mander ; Ade laide Lodge, P. A. MagBghran and P. A. Penney; Prince of Wales Lodge, Br. J. Brady ; Alex andra Lodge, Secretary Osbomand V.A. Parker; Maclaren Vale Lodge, P. A. Scotcher and V.A. Badford; Norma Lodge, P.P.P. McDonald (Allied Lodge.) The minutes of the last meeting were read. The Provincial Secretary read the balance sheet and Auditors' report, when it was resolved that they be received, adopted, and entered on the ...

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SOUTH AUSTRALIAN SWIMMING CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 1 February 1868

SOUTH AUSTRALIAN SWIMMING CLUB. The seventh annual nwiunniug matches in onnnection with the above Club took place at the City Baths on Saturday afternoon, January 33b Then was a very good attendance of those ?iterated in the tut of ?trimming, aud precisely at half-past 2 o'clock the Psesident of the Club (Mr. W. Townsend, M.P.) announced the '„ TtBSIMiTCH. For boys from nine to 12 years of age; once up aud down the baths. \ ?First'' prize, £1:; second,. 10s. i ?.???? .)-.-,? ? '-. - .; For ^this match there were; five entries, viz., R. HeUoway, Fred. Crowder, H. Jury, Vjf. Steinthal, and B. Rankine. After a Very good' race, IHoiloway touched the end of the Bath' first, aind °wa» declared the winner, F.^Growder being eeoond. Time, 48 sees. ? . . '.'? : \ SBCONB MA3X3H. , _ ; ... For.bqys from 12 to 15 years age ; thrice up and down. First prize, an album, value £1, thegiftof W, C. Buik : ; second do:, 10s. ? In this match -there were four competitors, viz., P, Bastard, A. Wicksteed, ...

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THE FATAL ACCIDENT AT BLACK ROCK. INQUEST UPON THE BODY OF MR. W. JONES. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 1 February 1868

THE FATAL ACCIDENT AT BLACK INQUEST UPON THE BODY OF MK. W. - JONBS.- An inquest was held on. the ' 22nd instant, before Mr. J. Williams, J. P., And a Jury} on the body. dtMr.. W. Jones,, .storekeeper, of Met rose, who met with his death under melancholy circumstances, about eight miles from Blaek Bock, on Tuesday, January 21. The Jury being sworn- — ?''.-? - .,-.'? William Benstead said— 1 was in the employ of Wm. Jones ? We left Spall's hut about din ner time, going to Mogford's hut at Black Bock. I was driving all the way as far^ as the top of the hill, and then told Mr. Jones to take the reins, as I did not think I could drive down the creek.- :Mr, Jones drove, -and the mare com-, menced kicking going down the creek. When the mace kicked I jumped -out immediately on the near side_ofj;lie^arj;,___i2puld hot say how far the cart went afterward*, but I helieve. it capsized directly. ; I went round the cart ?twice. First time could hot «ee Mr. Jones. The next time I tew his : legs. ...

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INQUEST ON MR. MESSENT. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 1 February 1868

HSiyi)EST: pipsp^^MESSENT. ; The'Cbrbher ^Mr: E. Ingleby) held an^inquest on Monday, Janmry 27, 'at ;the Crown and ^Lnchor, Grenfell-Btreet, to enquire: -into the cireumstance^ amending, fee ^death^f Mr. P. Messent. . ,lA .jury of 15, wefp. rgmpannelled, of whom Mr. tiigg 'was chosen i oretnan. 'Alter .: paving viewed1 the body, the 'following evidence was taken: — - : i= ','?-. i. .'?--. ? Philip* Messen^'' fioffnof the ' deceased, de posedthat on Thursday week aboat 2 o'clock he called in bt Mr. Burf ord's to see his father. Deceased wasquite jitensible. He died Oil Suh ?day,.the 26th, -at half-^past 2 o'clock. Br. Mayo 'attjenaed him. Deceased was 79 last March. ? John Weatherall stated that last Thursday week he was-standiog at Beeby &.Dunstan's .; Btore, in Grenfelli-street. . Saw. a horse held by the head by three jmen.! The horse-had on a pair of chain ^traces hung over;the hames, a bridle,— winkers, and a nosebag. He (witness) was a coachman and proom. Just before he...

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THE SOUTH-EAST. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 1 February 1868

THE SOUTH-EAST. [From the Standard, January 2L] MOBE VISIT0BS. — We have scarcely recovered from the excitement .consequent upon the visit to our district of the Hon.' the Treasurer's party when news reaches us of the intention of the Hon. the Chief Secretary and the Hon. the Commissioner of Public Works to make an early tour of the South-East, with the view of becoming' personally acquainted -with its chief characteristics, its' general- position, and most urgent wants. It is probable that they will be accompanied by other leading public men, with Mr. Mais, the Engineer-in Chief. ; Pkatees fob Fair Weather.-:So much anxiety has. of late been felt for the safety of the crops; tbat within' the past few days special prayers for fair weather have been offered in the various places of worship here. It is with extreme pleasure that we report a most wel come . change, the' weather having become seasonably war m and Jdryi [From the Border .Watch, January 22.] The Season. —Monday and Tuesda...

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DISTRICT OF MOUNT BARKER. MEETING AT RENDALL'S HOTEL. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 1 February 1868

DISTRICT OF MOGHT BARKER. * ' MEETING AT RENDALL'Si HOTEL. , : On Monday, evening, ^ ^January 27,-- a meeting of the' 'electors of - Mount . Barker was held . at JKendalUs} Assembly Booms, Mount Barker, to -cbiiBider- ''who are; .the most' fit and preper persons to .represent the district in the forth coming elections.' ^ere were- about 30 or 40 electors present, and Mr. Allan Bell, Chairman of theCounciLr was Voted to the chair. . The GHArsMAN Tead the plafcard notice con vening the ^meeting, and intimated, that he : thought it well- that they should'-kho'w. whether Mr. Dunn, their 'old toember'who had- served them well, would standLSagaini 'He knew that Mr. JBanMne^ their other anember, was going home, and they ought now to consider the ques tion, 'of who should be their; representatives. -'Mr. Thomas. Paltbujgb saiiaj/he with other electors haying' heard the rumor that Mr. Duhu would not stand again, : telegraphed to him at Sydney, and -his : reply, was, that if .the electors of ...

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THE LATE LORD ROSSE. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 1 February 1868

;:' THE LATE LORD ROSSE; ? ... TFr6m.ttie JShalish Independent!] ; -i.* - .i^e are unable ±p follow' the inspired writer of - the' tknily Telegraph who assures jus that-the ** demise'- - of ; Lord Rbsse is ' ' jiot sad, but soft, and f air^ and .welcome , the euthanasia^' 'which 'Nature gives her favorite children.'7 'Who ''i'isi; ''. Nature V} what inakesajnanherfavorite^childi, 'that he^is.a Lord or a- telescopeTmaker $- These are points upon which we wish the! wpn'r .derfjiil genl^man who is sofa'miha^r with '.'?inn^tie^^.woiild: kindly give us imore .ligh't^i' together, .;With a i more particular descriptionibf an 'eutibiaTiasia soft, fair,, and'welcomev' Lord Rosse, he tells! us,' r' really- lived in the - infinities of j glory and ? splendor j' .. :Vand± having ..r while; thus ^living-' --e±ploTed- .'fi^ie . depths pf;L the;' sapphia^e ;sea; 'which j.laves the million sy^sfens^jqif th'el stirry : 'uniyprse,'' , he ^hasjQpjr f'^bne. nearer^itb ih)S.'spcpet of those, shining -.M...

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A NEW FILTER. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 1 February 1868

^./^^..^i^^rj^^TEit^;-^; : :^---; :'!? The idimculty of ! obtaining: whple^pine matter - on-anany of ? the sheeprstations in. this- C0I0B5 ; has beenT a great bar to the -uccess;;bf r'^pastoral-p^eratioiis. .We have vi^iteS put-stations 35T 4;he' bush ; where, : .even^when laxgejsumsipf jaapney:haye beeij -spent in obtaining. water, its;quality.liaa been; most ofiensive to thetaBte^andits effects, on; .the human system could mow 'lfeilJ'-jfco-,JjE»© ''^rejiidicial.-. ;t6;; health- ? -? Our ireaders jsnbwrthat V^^^P- ^A^°* -^e?! fastidious on the point of water, arid' '^01= put lip 'TOLth'ljhat -from which persons in. tiier iriorb settled -districts would - turn ',smaj witii' disgusil :';Sfcill;,a; gbbd; supply1 ofy.wholeBpme water ^^wpulc^ he ja great boofp.'1 tbi-the^diBtant settlers... 3VLr. Pahlke,'6f. 'Victoria, appears -b- have, hit upon a; iriejilipd .of ;filteiring water which is; .emi- ' iiently stfecessfid. The ^'siibjbined report of r experiments made ! with Mr. Dahlke's ^...

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IRISH GRIEVANCES. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 1 February 1868

IRISH GRIEVANCES. : In a letter of apology for his absence from ths dinner of -the Barren Fanning Society,' County of Clare, Mr. Pierce CreagS thus refers to ' Irish grievances :'?— ? 'Fenionisni is in no way connected with the 'sentimental grievances,'' or at all caused or fostered by them. The abolition of all Church Establishment, or equal' endowment of all, or the disendowment of one, and the transference of its possession to another Church, would neither tend to abate Feniaiiism nor to attain ' the Prosperity of Irelaad ' -The same may also be truthfully predicted of denominational education and of tenant-right. The Encumbered and Landed Estates Acts and their opera-ion, in Ireland have greatly tended to force emigration. The new purchasers raised rents and evicted immense numbers of the tenantry. The former owners acted with leniency . and indulgence to the hereditary tenants of their ancestors. The tenants, on their sides, regarded with dutiful affection the 'old master,' but...

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AN ABYSSINIAN BANQUET. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 1 February 1868

. ; AN; A^YSSINiM BiiSTQUET. It was in 1739 that Mr. James Bruce, a- Scotch gentleman', ! who held the,; situaV tibn of English Gonsul at : Alters, jjour^ neyed in the direction of Abyssinia. ? The : narrative of his travels offers some striking pictures of the country* as: well as the habits and; maimers of those ; who ! yreve then.its fulers.: 'Many of his statements ^ereqiiestipkied, or laughed at asjidicur lous fictions ? Dr. Walcot, ; an eminent and unscrupulous satirist y- writing under the cbgabmen of Peter Pindar,! visited Bruce inth. Tirisparing ridicule. He re presented T11 fn a^ dealing ' largely ; iji the fabulous, as making .kings and queens :of wreiched vagabond- Africans, and . detail iig scenes 'which- had no- foundation 'in. iartith. V :Fpf hinlselij1 he fPeter; Pindar) lamented that in: his' travels he had seen no such; wonders ; he -had. not^ been ad mitted to palaces of mighty -ipotenitates,: whose nakedness : was but : imperfectly : covered'. 'Nor,' he added— ' ...

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MISCELLANEOUS EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 1 February 1868

MISCELLANEOUS EXTRACTS. Sayings op_ ' Fools.'— Some of the sayings or answers ascribed .to fools are Very good. tEe think it was \V5USomers, Heniy the Eighth's, jester, who said of 'Wolsey, against whom he had a grudge, that if he was made Pope it would V-s a. rrrp-at. boon, 'for that Peter, the first Pope, being a fisherman, had ordered people to eat fish in Lent, for the good of the trade, but that TTolsey, being a butcher's son, would be all for. butcher meat.?5 We know, well the 'revenge that poor Archie Armstrong ? took upon Archbishop Laud, who had. forbidden. Tiitti to Speak of such magnates, but could not prevent him saying as 'his : grace, before meat, ? ' Great praise to God, and little Laud to the deviL' It is reporteaof more, thanrone Court-: fool, and among others of/ .Triboulet, the' fool of Francis A., that when told by ids sovereign that if a certain courtier beat bim to death, as he threatened, he would bang him the ~ hour after, Ms request was that -His Majesty wou...

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KING GEORGE'S SOUND TIME TABLE. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 1 February 1868

Km& QmB&m Jsojosd time TABLE. ?: -: Due at the Sound Due at the Sound ??- ;- : -: -from England, ?'-- .-?'-.-? ?'.?_ to 'England. I 1S68— February fi. 1868— February 11. MarcriB. March 10. AprilS.: April 7. April 30. May 3. iHay]28; ,May3L Jane 25. jane 28. , ? July23. July 26 iiagartSO. . - - . August 23. September IT. September 20. October 15. October 20. November 12. November 17. ! : It ?will hence be Been that our present arrange ments will not at all suit the February mail, ? -whilst for the March mail the branch steamer ?would have to be at the Sbnrid twp_ days earlier ' -than her homeward mall was due, if she wanted to bring away the outward mail The April 1 dates suit very well; but after that the dis- - crepaaeyirffireasesfrom-three tojfive dayjs each month against this colony. The next mail from Adelaide will be~dispatched on February 1, to Teach ?£he Sound in-time f or^the mall from Eng- : land, due there on .February (5.. ' WeBhall thus have to send away ...

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RAILWAY TIME TABLES. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 1 February 1868

( r B^DGWA^^HDB3!ABEESi ? . - ? AdeMde^Fort:— 7^v».10/ il.0,,12.0, 1.40 3.30, 5.20. 8.O.— Sundays— 9:d,X30, S.30,5.S0 Port to Adelaul6t-^;20; m^-12A), 1:40, 2.30, 4.30, &15, 9.-Lv-SimaayB— 10.0, 2.20, 4.30, 6.30. HOBIHEBN RAILWAY. . . - -. ' .. ' ' ibovns iioixk.'- ' '??'? ' !i:'- - Adelaide :^' wl ^7.4 ] 11.45 J 4.30 North Adelaide ..: 7.4 ; 1L49L 4,34 Drydeek... ; ... 7.20—4.50 slisbury-.i ... 7J35 12.20 5. 0 : ???'- Sni&fiela... . ....- ,7*50 32,35 r, 5.20 GawlerTown '.'.. f $.16. \ 12.55 T 5.40 ? ?''??? -' :.-- -?????'?-:?? -? .??-.-.- -Goods' only.' r.- ---.. F Gawler Town ... I S.20s J ,: rr ... J- 5.50 Toeting ... ... 8.45 1 — J &15 Boseworthy ..1 9.15 r-^ j &45 Kapunda ... ...1 S.45 | ?— J 7,15 .. -: ...-,'. ?? . -' . , OETE4IHB... ?: . , ' ,'.-. Xapunoa ... ... J 7i 0 u_ ?*- 4.30 Steeling \.i ...1 7i30 ???; .-:? -~ ????'.? 5. 0 3toseworHiy ..J r7,4S — , -=? 5.18 . Gawler ... ... j 8. 5 . \ ^ \5.35 ????-?? - . ?'?-?? --;.;-- 'HExL Trains. '* -...

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COMMERCIAL. London, December 15. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 1 February 1868

COMMERCIAL. London, December 15. Breadstuffs are dull, with a downward tendency. Consols for money, 92J. Valparaiso, December 8. Large sales of wheat had been made at $4.25 per fanega. Flour is in demand. A few small sales had been made at $8 per 200 lbs. for Santiago brands, and at $7.75 for South brands, less 6 per cent. Holders would willingly reduce prices for quantities. San Francisco, December 10. Wheat, $2.40 to $2.55. Flour, $6.25 to $7.87^.

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KENSINGTON AND NORWOOD CORPORATION. THURSDAY, JANUARY 30. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail — 1 February 1868

KENSINGTON AND NORWOOD CORPORATION. Thtthsday. Jasbasy 30. Present — His Worship the Mayor, and Coun cillors Thomas, Howell, Gooden, Hales, Birrell, and Mattingly. Resolved, that Mr. Armitage receive moneys of the Corporation provisionally on his securi ties being completed. It was also resolved that Mr. Armitage be sworn in special constable. Letter from Chief Secretary, stating that no grant-in-aid could be made during the cuireut year, was received. Letter received from Mr. Muirhead, asking permission to lay waterpipes across road in front of his house. Bequest granted. Letter received from Mr. John Smith, asking for employment. Moved by Councillor Howell, seconded by Councillor Birrell — ' That the con sideration of the extension of bridge, Kensington road, reported by Mr. Perry, stand over until next meeting, and that Town Clerk report on estimated revenue, and costs of works already contracted for.' Resolved that Council visit King William street, and decide on works required ...

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