ⓘ District Council of English

                                     

ⓘ District Council of English

The District Council of English was a local government area in South Australia from 1878 to 1932.

Council was proclaimed on 31 October 1878, comprising all of the cadastral hundred English language, in which the residents were advocating for their own district Council since at least 1873. The first five advisers were appointed in the constituent appeal: albert day, John Farley, George Jansen, Wilhelm Ferdinand Sieber, and Johann Miekel. He conquered the nearby hundreds of arbors in accordance with Act 1887 district councils in the new district presents two additional advisers. The Council seat was located at the point of passage, although the largest city in the County was Robertstown. The Board had four departments: arbor ward Emmaus, Robertstown ward and pass ward.

The Council United with the neighbouring district Council of Apoinga for the formation of the district Council of Robertstown on 5 may 1932, becoming English and pass the wards of the new Council. English Council strongly protested against any change of its borders, albeit unsuccessfully to stop the merger, local opposition has made overturning the earlier plan to split the point of the passage area from the new Board and place it in the district Council of Eudunda. One former English Chairman, V. A. Farley, was a lone voice in support of the merger, claiming that the Soviets "was bankrupt within ten years, inferior metal were placed on the roads, which did not last, and the money was wasted."

                                     
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