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Gawler Flour Mills

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With thanks to Don Beaty for allowing the display of the "Gawler Machinery Restorers Club Newsletter", March 1997. No34.

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A.P. Harvey's book [ISBN 0 9588286 1 X] "I called it Salisbury" [a biography of John Harvey "The founder of Salisbury"]Page 43..."By 1844, the industrial development of the colony was making rapid progress. There were two main foundries, one in Grenfell Street owned by Mr. Wyatt.....Mr. Wyatt's foundry constructed a four horse-power marine engine for Mr. Stephen King, whose Flour Mill at Gawler stood opposite Miss Calton's Old Spot Inn."

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