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150 YEARS AGO
COURT REPORTS...John Flaherty was charged on the
informaton of John Strling with unlawfully and maliciously
setng ﬁre to a certain crop of corn near Sheaoak Log to wit
a secton of wheat the property of the said John Strling.
On Wednesday the 2nd January about 1 o’clock witnesses
was informed that smoke was appearing on his secton.
100 YEARS AGO
TRAIN SERVICE...We understand that the Municipal and
District Councils north of Adelaide intend at an early date to
make a combined appeal to the authorites for a beterment
of the railway service to the townships.
The service certainly calls for an immediate improvement
to bring the north line to somewhere near the proﬁciency
of the southern and the suburban lines.
Gawler people are much dissatsﬁed with the paucity of
informaton obtainable during holiday traﬃc.
50 YEARS AGO
CHRISTMAS SPENDING A RECORD...Conﬁdence in Gawler
as a shopping centre is higher than ever.
This was demonstrated during the Christmas rush period
recently concluded when most Murray street shop-keepers
made record sales.
Three reported ﬁgures equal to or lower than last year
and the remainder of traders were up to 20 per cent above
those of last Christmas.
10 YEARS AGO
REWARDS FOR TOP
year of studying hard, or
otherwise, local year 12
students have received
results for their ﬁnal
year of high school.
All the hard work
paid oﬀ for Raﬀaele
Piccolo, who received a
pleasant surprise when
he opened his results
The 18-year-old Trinity
College student achieved a score of 99.85, including perfect
scores for four out of ﬁve subjects.
MARCH '93 COMPLETION...Work on the ﬁnal stage of the
western Gawler bypass should be ﬁnished by March 1993.
The constructon tmetable was announced recently
by Federal Land Transport Minister, Bob Brown, when he
allocated a further $5.5 million towards the project for this
25 YEARS AGO
The information we require includes:
• Date of birth
• Where the baby was born
• Names of the people in
• Suburb of the family
Wishing well done
HUNDREDS of presents helped brighten Christmas Day
for Gawler's needy, thanks to the generosity of the local
In the lead-up to Christmas, the Gawler Heritage Cafe's
wishing tree overflowed with presents, which were
distributed to local disadvantaged families, with the help of
Gawler Salvation Army and Lions Club of Gawler.
Gawler Salvation Army's Darren Cox thanked locals for their
"overwhelming generosity" in donating hundreds of gifts to
families in need.
"On behalf of the Gawler Salvation Army, I want to say a
huge thank you to the team at the Gawler Heritage Cafe," he
"I am constantly amazed at the generosity of the people of
"If it was not for people like the ladies at the Gawler Heritage
Cafe we would not be able to do what we do at this time of
"They have really helped us help others."
Hundreds of presents were donated to needy people in Gawler this Christmas.
Recovery Centre closed
THE Pinery Fire Recovery Centre
has closed its Gawler office, with
support services now offered at
the Northern Adelaide Plains flood
recovery centre at Virginia.
The flood recovery centre is based
within the Virginia Horticultural
Centre, on Old Port Wakefield
Road, and is open Monday to
Friday, from 8am to 6pm.
The staff at the centre can provide
a range of support and services,
including help with insurance and
replacing important documents and
The Pinery Fire Recovery Centre
phone number (0477 744 254)
Heritage Cafeʼs Karen Barker (left), Lions Club of Gawler chairman Jim Downer and Gawler Salvation Armyʼs Darren Cox.
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