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ⓘ District Council of Mount Bryan




                                     

ⓘ District Council of Mount Bryan

The District Council of Mount Bryan was a local government area in South Australia from 1874 to 1935.

It was created on 29 October 1874 when he was dismissed from the district Council of Burra. Hes got hundreds of Mongolata and hundreds of Resa under the district Councils act 1887. In 1896 a meeting of taxpayers supports the separation of the Council into two, claiming that the Council was financially inexpedient in the existing boundaries, but this did not happen. In the Council chamber was located on mount Bryan.

The Council merged with the district Council of Burra, district Council of Hanson and the majority of the district Council of Booborowie in the form of the district Council of Burra on 21 Mar 1935.

                                     
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  • result of the amalgamation of the District Council of Burra, District Council of Hanson, the District Council of Mount Bryan and a substantial portion of the
  • of Burra, in the Regional Council of Goyder. At the 2006 census, Mount Bryan had a population of 137. The town was named after a nearby peak, Mount Bryan
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  • Hanson council ceased to exist on 21 March 1935, when it was amalgamated with the District Council of Burra, the District Council of Mount Bryan and part
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  • border in the Hundred of Mount Muirhead. The District Council of Mayurra was established in 1888 by the enactment of the District Councils Act 1887, a statewide
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  • unincorporated portion of the Hundred of Hallett. The District Council of Mount Bryan gained the hundreds of Mongolata and Rees. The District Council of Burra gained
  • Hills, Hallett, Hanson, Julia, Koonoona, Leighton, Mongolata, Mount Bryan Mount Bryan East, Neales Flat, Ngapala, North Booborowie, Peep Hill, Pine Creek