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District Councils. ALDINGA. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 30 March 1889

p0trict €fltmrik ALDINGA. March 23.— Present— Crs. Hart, Shepherd, tnd Wheaton, Tenders aooepted— Forjiing and metalling Mill ward, H. Sullivan, £2 12a. per chain ; forming North ward, £1 per chain ; do., Ss. per chain ; 66 cubic yards 2J limestone, Sb. 3d. per yard, Polkinghorne and Lovelock. Receipts, £23 17s. Payments— General, £14 8a. 6d. - .

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WILLUNGA, MARCH 25. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 30 March 1889

WILLUNGA. Maech 25. On Thursday evening, March 2L, the offiiers and committee of the Willunga Volunteer Company very successfully carried ont a military social. The hall was tastefully decorated with flags, arms, accoutrements, and foliage, Instrumental music, songs, skating, acd dancing made the time pass qaickly, the efforts of the inexperienced skaters causing considerable amusement to the onlookers. During the evening Captain Lipson addressed the meeting, and asked any present who were deeirous of joining the company to come for ward, the result being that five recruits were enrolled. The Rsv. E. K. Miller proposed (in order to encourage practice in shooting) that a committee be formed, to consist of Messrs. W. J. Blacker, John Allen, and J. S. Tuohy, to raise funds to procure prizes to be shot for by the members of the company. Lieutenant Herbert, of the Yankalilla Mounted Kiflas (who with several members of his 'company were present), aUo proposed that the districts of 'Fankal...

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BROUGHTON. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 30 March 1889

BROUGHTON. March 16. — Present — . All. Government wrote, advising special grant of £500 for con struction of new roads. Marine Board asked council to remove notice board for bathing at Port Broughton ; hours to be altered to 8 p.m. to 7 a.m. Mr. E. Dennis, secretary progress committee, Port Broughton, wrote, asking council to endeavor to have about 12 miles of the road to Kadina placed on the schedule of main lines. Ninnes council asked council to assist in malting boundary-road between Tici-era and Wokurna ; work to be done, not to exceed £150. Mr. W: H. Binney.of Merriton, ftfked to have road between blocks H E and E.J. grubbed and cleared ; refused. Coun cillors for Eoolunga ward reported the acceptance of tenders as follows— Repiira to croBeing at White Cliff, P. Reynolds, juu., at £9 9s.; and filling ruts on Snowtown-road, J, Millard, £2 10s. Offer of T. Hynes to rep*ir creek near Keilli for £5 accepted. Cc. McCormack to arrange for grubbing about 1 mile of road, Wokurna, not ...

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ANGASTON. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 30 March 1889

ANGASTON. March 16.— Present— All. Grown Lands Office in reply to council's letter of 23 cd ult. stating tbat the Treasurer had approved of a sum of £600 being paid to council for the pur pose of carrying out the work recommended by inspector of main roads onthemaiarc&d between Collirjgrove and Eden Valley. Tanuada council wrote enquiring if permusio'dhad bjen given to R. Fowler to take the wattle bark from their half of the road bet. ween sections 7GS and 771 ; no consent had been civen. Hun. J. H, A»gaa wrote stating tbat he was willing to fiive the etone required from lands occupied by him in the neighborhood, the contractor being held liable to make good any damage done, and wishing to be informed of quantity and description of stone likely to be required. Application to bg made to Government for a vote of £500 for tha construction of worst places oa the in kin rotd between Lindsay bridge and Keyneton. Mr. W. Hoffman to be written to respecting treea he had cut and remov...

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DR. HANNAY ON AUSTRALIA. LONDON, March 26. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 30 March 1889

DR. HASTNAY ON AUS TRALIA. {From out own OomspoBdsBt.) London, March 26. The Bev. Dr. Hannay to-day delivered an address before the Congregational Union npon the subject of his recent visit to the Australian colonies. He went into detafis regarding hiB trip to various parts of the Australian continent, and alluded in eulogistic terms to the manner in which he and his fellowdele gate, Mr. H. Lee, were everywhere re ceived. He gave at some length his ex periences of the religious and social life of the colonists, and also referred to the oonditionof political affairs there. Dealing with the question of the possi bility of the separation of Australia from tie British Empire in the future, he stated that much of the feel ing displayed in the colonies was due to. the conduct of the officials In England. He considered that in consequence of the attitude often assumed towards the colonists they were to a great extent responsible for the agita tion on the matter. The Australians them selves...

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CONGREGATIONALISM IN SOUTH AUSTRALIA. LONDON, March 27. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 30 March 1889

CONGREGATIONALISM IN SOUTH AUSTRALIA. fFrom our own Correspondent,} * - London, March 27. The Bev. Frederick Hastings, who suc ceeds the late Bev. S. Hebditch ia the pastorate of the North Adelaide Congre gational Church, having been nominated by the Rev. Dr. Dale., was waited upon yesterday by prominent members of the denomination who were desirous of wish ing him bon voyage. Dr. Hannay was present, as well as Dr. Dale. The Rev. F. Hastings, in acknowledging the good wiehes of the deputation, said he hoped he would return eventually to England. Dr. Hannsy naitithera was undoubtedly scope for the new pastor in Adelaide, and he weald find in his new sphere that the teetotal cause was carried on with great eritbaEiaem . Tbe speaker felt, however, compelled to admit tbat vrlne-drlnklng wes a Ecricus bkt on South Australian life. Mr. Hastings has adhered to bis original intention as to the date of bis departure. Be will sail for Aastra'ia by the Oroya on Friday ntx.t.

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THE COPPER MARKET. LONDON, March 22. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 30 March 1889

THE COPPER MARKET, [From our own Correspondent] Lokbos, March 22 Agents of the South American copper mines are coming to Europe to confer with the Paris Syndicate and others con cerned in respect to the output of copper, and the fixing of ihe minimum price.

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THE STATE OF EUROPE. LONDON, March 22. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 30 March 1889

THE STATE OF EUROPE. TFiom oar own OomesDondent.l London, March 22. Prince Bismarck has echoed with confi dence the Emperor William's recent as surances of peace, which were based on the Imperial visits paid last year to the chief European capitals. It Is stated that Count Herbert Bis marck, whose last visit to England is alleged to have been in furtherance of German schemes for a defensive alliance -with England, is about to repeat his visit with the same object as before. The rumor has not been officially confirmed. The Emperor William, it is announced, will pay his first Imperial visit to England in July. ?

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THE COLONIES AND THE EMPIRE. LONDON, March 26. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 30 March 1889

THE COLONIES AlSfD THE EMPIRE. [From our /own Correspondent.] Losdou. March 26. Lotd Strathsden yesterday tabled a motion inviting the House of Lords to affirm that the Colonial Conference had produced good results in the furtherance of Imperial security. The House nega tived the motion. In the debate Lord Knutsford, Secretary of State for ihe Colonies, stated that the Conference was a success. He hoped that it would be re peated, though it would be premature to hold one this year. He endorsed the idea of federation, but thought that any practicable scheme that might be devised would be dependent on the Initiative of the colonies.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 30 March 1889

Auctions; ? CJOUTB AUSTRALIAN CHRONICLE. Id enter to eceore proper Clusalficatlcn tt 18 neees* «*ry that ADVERTISEMENTS tor the South An* trt&ten Car-micle ehould reach this Office NO? LATER tfean MIDDAY XHURSBAY. ynmber ol insertions should b«? given tn ali cases. JAMESIOWN MOSXELV MA.HKKT. ' On WEDNESDAY, April 3, at 1.30 p.m. 3450 FAT AXD ST0RE SHEEP OK HEAD FAX AND STORE CATTLE. HORSES, PIGS, &c, 4c. DEMPSEY, '\VTLKINSON, and 8AXDLAS0, LIMCTED. will sell by auction, 66 above — iOO Good Forward WETSERS 500 Mixed Sbeep, 6 to 8 tocth 100 Mixed Sheep. 2 and 4 tooth 100 Prime Fat Wethers 200 Mixed Sbeep 210 Mixed Store Sheep S00 Ewes, In lamb to Murray's Bams. Mount Crawford, and to Iamb in April or May 220 Hoggets £00 Full-month Ewes, Canowie bred and in Iamb to Canowie Rams ' SCO good Store Ewes SOFatWetfaen 70 Young Sheep 100 Mixed Sbeep 12 good WorkiDe Ballock-s (bsef) 7 head Fat Cattle 5 Fat Cattle 1 Milking Cow 3 ililking Cows pood sod quiet 43 Tons good Loose H...

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MUSIC IN AUSTRALIA. LONDON, March 22. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 30 March 1889

MUSIC IN AUSTRALIA, [From our own Correspondent.] London. March 22. Mr. F. H. Cowen, the celebrated com poser and the conductor of the Melbourne Exhibition orchestra, who has returned to England, has been Interviewed by the representatives of several journals with the object of eliciting his views as to the position of musical art in the Australian colonies. Mr. Cowen states that he had every reason to be satisfied with the reception he met with In the colonies, and he be lieves that the result of the musical en tertainments in connection with the Mel bourne Exhibition, which were placed ucder his direction, has been to com municate a (substantial stimulus to tbe attainment of a higher standard of public taste. The Australian?, Mr. Oovren affirnas, are exceedingly fond of music, and only require proper cultivation of their taste to become a musical nation. He found, however, that music had degenerated, owing partly to the frequent production in public of inferior works, and the abse...

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SOUTH RHINE. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 30 March 1889

SOUTH RHINE. March 25.— Special Meeting.— Present— AU. Tenders accepted— Cook's Hill main road cmtract, J, R. Magnire, forming at 15s., and rretallin? £3 10k. per chain ; 2, S. Yetman £3; S, P. Muler, juo,; £25 10s.; 4, S Yetman, £1 13s.; 5, M. Cook, metalling, £3 15s. per chain ; 6. P. Miller, Jan.. fencing. 5s. 2d, per rod ; 7, J. Maxwell, metalling. £4 7s. 6i per chain ; 6, M. Cook, metalling, £4 4a. per chain j 25, Mount Crawford branch main road, F. LI s guire, metalling, £3 per chain. Main line of road leading to North Rhine to be inspeoted, Pbvmente, main roads, £25,

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DEATH OF COUNT PETER SCHOUVALOFF. LONDON, March 23. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 30 March 1889

DEATH OF COUNT PETER SCHOUYALUFF. [From our own Correspondent,] London, Marco. 23. The death is announced of Count Peter Schouvaloff, the celebrated Russian diplorsatiet. CcuntPetei Schouvalcff, who wasbornon July 15, 1827, belocged to a family dis tinguished by the public services rendered by many of its members as generals and diplomatist'. The deceased nobleman embraced a military career, and by rapid promotion became a general in the Imperial Guard. Subsequently he was advanced to the position of chief of the Russian secret police, in which capacity he was brought iato intimate relations with the Czar. Schouvalcff is known to have possessed the full confidence of his Imperial master, and for seven years he held an appoint ment which in Russia is accounted of the first importance, the occupant of the poBt being largely concerned in the direction of tbe department of foreign affairs. In 1873 he was dispatched by the Czar on a special mission to London, the object belr.g to give as...

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DUBLIN. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 30 March 1889

DUBLIN. March 1G.— Present — Chairman, and Ore. Daniel and Lines. Cl*rk reported that he had laid en information against FarreHy and Bar foid, which resulted in their being fioed £1 aud £1 17fl. coBts each ; approved. Clerk lead copy of letter which he had sent to the Government in reply to their offer re Dublin Well; approved. 6. Abernethy and W. Manuel to be placed on the black-list for two yean for tiot carrying out the conditions of their oon tiactr. Dayman to be discharged. J. Porter's tender aco-p'cd at £7 2s, 6d. for levelling main road ir. front of pound; Mr. G, West waited on the council, and offered to provide pi IX a for the same, which was accepted.

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PAYNEHAM. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 30 March 1889

PAYNESAM. March 2G. — Present — Obairmna, and Crs. Gilding, Hann, and Wood. Receipts, £49 12s. 3d. Paymente— General, f-J'J 5s, 10d.; and main roadc £79 12s. Board of Health.— Central Bnird wrote stat ing .that they insisted on the local board carry ing out their chief inspector's recommendations as conveyed in his report on premises in Weat Marden as to insufficient privy accommoda tion ; notioes to be Berved on the partieB men tioned, giving them one month in which to provide the necessary accommodation,

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ORROROO. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 30 March 1889

ORROROO. March 1G. — Present — All. Government ap proved of advance being made to the council of £2,GG0 for construction on leading lines of icad. Ratepayers in the hundred Coamooroo protested against the council leasing the two fubra reserves and springs ; offer to lease to be withdrawn. Several letters were received from different parts of the district directing attention to roads needing repairs, Mr. J. McDongall wrote asking council to take im mediate steps for the destruction of Bathcret burr, which was infesting the district to an alaimiog extent ; notices to destroy burr scd rabbits to be served, and councillors for each waid authorised to employ labor for de struction of burr on travelling stock reserves and waste Grown lands. In future all rut filling work to be done with stone broken down on top to 2^-inch gauge for a depth of 6 inches. Works ordered — Constructing fords at Da Lacy's Creek and creek-crossing near Bonda Hut Ford, McNamara'a crossing ; side-cuttings and spoo...

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ONKAPARINGA. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 30 March 1889

ONKAPARINGA. March 23 —Present— Gra. GaldweU (chair), Dunn, Waldt, acd Storch. The council thought Mr. R James would be quite justified in moving fence to its proper boundary at tbe old toad near his place if no previous agree ment bad been made. Chairman asked lor re pairs to -toad leading paBt Armstrong's; granted. Clerk reported inspecting, with Or. Waldt, roads at Neudorf and leading Cadlee Creek, The former would require £20 spent on it, and the hitter about £35. Three culverts and 10 chains forming and gravelling to be done on Cudlee Greek main line. Manager ForeBt Range Gold Mioing Company to stop further work and repair damage done to district road. Tenders accepted — Contract 60, fire tenders, J. Brinkley, £6 10s.; 60, E. Mattner, £4 5b.; 61, R. Bell & Co., 03. Sd. per cubic yard. Three applications received for rangers ; W. Weyland and A. James appointed. Re ceipts, £36 17-s. 2i. Payments — Ordinary, £21 lie. 6d.; and main roads, £21 ISj.

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MOUNT BARKER. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 30 March 1889

MOUNT BARKER. March 25. — Present — Crs Stephenson (chair), R. C. Paltridge, and Dumas- Mr. Rischbeth, in reply to notice eent t3 him to destroy rabbits, wrote stating that there were no rabbits on his property ; received. Secre tary of Crown Lands acknowledged receipt of letter applying foi grant of £300 for construct ing portion of the road between Mount Barker acd Ecbunga, and stated that a report would be obtained from the inspector of main loads. Mr. Easier having stated he was un able to supply metal according to samole for contract 3£5. contract to be offered to Charles Pope at Ss. 8d. per yard. Assessment revised. Paved watertable in Stephen street to be re constructed. Receipts, £7 8a. Payments— Main roads, £12 6s. j and general, £31 4a. Id.

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SAMOAN AFFAIRS. LONDON, March 23. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 30 March 1889

6AMOAN ABTAISg. [From ozt own CorrespoadeEt.i Loxdos. March. 23. A German White-book on S*taoaa affairs has been published. In It Priucti Bismarck repudiates the idea of a policy of annexation on the part of Ger many, and censures Herr Knappe, the German consul of Samoa, for declaring the islands to be in a state of w&r, and taking action which had the effect of harassing the babjecta of friendly Powers. London, March 24. Prince Bismarck is negotiating with tha British and American Governments for tbe postponement or tne conference on Samoan affaire till May next. It is in tended that tbe conference siia.il also con sider the proposed annexation by England of Hervey Island. LoifDON, March 2Z-. The German Government have resolved to proceed against J. C. Kiein, the corra spondertof the New York World, before the CoueuJar Court at Apia, Samoa. Bir. Klein ia eaid to have aided Mata*fa ia nis battles with his rival, Tainasese, the German nominee for the Sitnoan throne. Doubts ba...

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MENINGIE. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Chronicle — 30 March 1889

MENrNGIE. March 19.— Present — Ors. T. E, Hyde (chair), Allan McFarlane, A. E. Bundey, P. Peterson, Jabez Williams, Thos. McOailum. Messrs. B. A. Moulden and A. D. Handyaide wrote stating that Minister of Education could not grant a continuance of Ooorong mail, but should the Salt Greek petroleum works revive, and also Salt Company, he would then favor ably consider the matter. Crown Lands Offica wrote re Meningie Cemetery? attended to. Government forwarded form for council to sign in regard to taking over the Point McLeay and Meningie jetties; signed. Aboriginal Association |wrote asking to be allowed the first rightofrentingroadsenclosedby them ; granted. Ranger to take action against Gratrar aud Appleton on his next viBit if obstruction not removed from a cross road. Pound to be kept on as at present until June 30. Rubbish depot to be dedicated. Resolved that aa ducks and swans were being slaughtered for the sole purpoEe of fishing baits by fishermen and for feathers, that the ma...

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