From our own Corresnondent.
Gawler Plains, October 11.
The branch of the I.O.O.F, M.U., are agitating the question of building a hall for the use of the brotherhood, and which would also serve the pur pose of entertainments and gotherings.
On the arrival or H.R.H. Prince Alfred the loyalty of the Smithfield and Gawler Hils farmers is to take the form of a huge bonfire, several gen tlemen being now actively engaged collecting materials. I am afraid should we have to wait much longer for the advent of His Royal Highness the loyal feelings of some will be like the courage ot Bob Acres, coming out at their fingers' ends.
SA Register 15 October 1867