19/3/1889 Went out to see the Gully Water Fall in the Mt Lofty ranges south of Adelaide and was much delighted with it and the rugged scenery around and the sea at sunset looked like an immense looking glass oval shaped at my feet.
20/3/1889 Went out to see the celebrated sewerage farm North of Adelaide and was much delighted with it and on the farm was a crop of sorghum cutting sixty tons per acre also fruit trees and vegetables of great variety also ensilage pits in full work. Evening Chapel Grote St.
21/3/1889 Stayed home and read Green and Walkers debate on Christianity versus Spiritualism. Afternoon went to see the model of the famous Strasburg Clock and Exhibitions Buildings.The first one was a waterfall. It's now called Waterfall Gully and it's 8 km east of Adelaide.
|First waterfall, Waterfall Gully|
|A history of Sunnybrae, Donovan & Associates, 1993|
|Strasburg Clock, Powerhouse Museum, Sydney|
|A description of the working of the Strasburg Clock|
(Teacher notes, Powerhouse Museum)
|South Australian Advertiser, 29 March 1889|
|Nineteenth Century Miracles, E H Britten [Google Books]|