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COMMERCIAL. Kadina, Nov. 16. 1888. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 17 November 1888
COMMERCIAL. Kadina, NOT. 16. 1888. 1 Wheat. 4s fidper bushel. Floor. £10 per ton ; ao, 20s per bag. Bran Is fid per bushel* Poliard, 1b 6d Der bushel. The following are the retail prices current for produce at Kadinac Butter (prime) lid per lb. Bggs, 8d per dozen. Bacon, 9d per lb. M.oonta, Not. 16, 1883. The following are the prices current for produce atMoonta: Wheat 4s 3d per bushel. Flour, roller.£10 lOe, per ton; retail, 28s per bag. Bran Is 5d per bnshel. retail Is 6d do. Pollard Is 4d per bushel, retail 1b 6d do. Chaff, (new) £3 10a per ton, retail £4, do. Dairy produce Butter, fresh, 9d to lOd per lb., retail, lid to 1B do. Eggs, freBh, 7d per dozen, retail 8d do. Bacon, dairy fed, 8}d to 8d per lb,, retail 1b do. Wallaroo, Not. 16,1888 Wheat, 4* 2d-per bushel. flour,roller, £10 ice, per.ton; superfine, £10, do. Bran Is 6d per bnshel. Pollard, la4d per bushel. " Bejtiater'* Office, Nov. 15,1888. The wheat market is unchanged, holders are asking 5b at Port Adelaide and 4s 9d ...
SAILED. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 17 November 1888
SAILED. Thnreday. Noy. 15-Jeatiie, Darling, 8.8., 150 tons* Wend land, master, for Franklin Harbor. I Friday, Nov.. 16-Millwall.xbarqnei ;1,16B tptia, , AnderaoriTciaBtfer, for United Kingdom, fall cargo wheat. Same day-CJolac, «.u" 958 tonB, W. Donaldson, master, for Newcastle, with 940 tons copper ore. Samejdar-rJe_sei§,D&riin£, &s., ISO tons, Wend land, master, for Fort Lincoln. |
PRICE. Nov. 10, 1888. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 17 November 1888
PRICE. Not. 10, 1888. The 9th was observed here as a public holiday, and daring the day a match between Mr S. M. Pndney's " Combined Team" and the local dab was played, which resulted in a draw. Subjoined are the scores: PBICE. 1ST INNINGS. H. Crowell b Francis ... ... 2 W. Crowell b E. Pudney 9 J. Heath b Pudney ... ... 9 W. llojd b Francis ... ... 1 Kobt. Gardner b N. Phelps ... 24 D. Bourne b Pudney 8 F. Lock b Phelps ... 2 A. T. Sanders (eapt.) b Phelps ... 0 C. F. BasBett b Phelps ... ... 0 DouglaB not ont ... ... ... 0 J. Jtiooney c and b Phelps ... 4 Byes &c. 9 68 18 20 78 6 0 4 0 5 1 0 1 12 Total 145 PUDNEY^ « COMBINED TEAM." Alex. Gardner c Heath b Bourne 8 J. Hanralian b Cm well 4 Franeis b Crowell ... ... ... 0 W. Phelps e Lloyd b Bourne ... 31 Robt. Montgomery b Gardner ... 21 E. F. Pudney o Sanders ... ... 1 J. PhelpB b Gardner ... ... 0 S. M. Pudney (capt.) b Crowell .. 14 B. Phelps b Bourne ... ... 1 N. Phelps b Gardner 5 B>. Montgomery not out ... ... 6 By...
FARMERS AND THE WHEAT MERCHANTS. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 17 November 1888
FARMERS AND THE WHEAT MERCHANTS, TO THE EDITOB. SlB,-If the wheat merchants do not intend to.advance their own interests at the cost of the farmers, why do they desire to change the system of buying wheat ? The statements which have been made by Borne of them are utterly untrue. There can not be any system intro duced equally just to the one now (or has been) in operation. For instance let the price of wheat be 4s lid per bushel, and bags 7d eacb, take twenty bags of wheat averaging four bushels to the bag, which will be 80 bushels, tbe wheat buyer gives one penny extra per bushel for the wheat, because the bagB 1 are weighed in as wheat that amounts to 6s 8d. The twenty bags at 3 lb each will equal one bushel of wheat, which will have to be added to tbe penny extra per busbel, thus 6s 8d with 4s lid added, will amount to 11B 7d, while twenty bags at 7d each will cost the farmer lie 8d. Supposing the price of bags to be 7d each, he will lose one penny on each twenty bags of wheat he...
POLICE COURTS. WALLAROO, Thursday, Nov. 15. (Before T. J. S. O' Halloran, Esq., S.M.) [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 17 November 1888
WAtLAJB^jTfaarsday^Nor. 15. (Before T- J S. O* Haliotfeh, iSsq., S.SO Gammell v. Anderson^-3ames Anderson, Master of the " MiUtnul,*' was charged, on tbe information of Wm.XJammell, Hiirborc Master and Customs Office, with sufieirii||j a customs zeal, affixed to the stores avou bis vessel to be broken on the 13th inf! slant. '^r Mr Uffindell appeared for the com plainant. Defendant pleaded guilty. Eined £5; duty fee, £3 3s; and Court costs, 10s. r
TICKERA. Nov. 15, 1888. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 17 November 1888
TICKERA. No*. 15* 1888. Harvest has again arrrived in this part of the world, despite the drought, hot winds and croakers. Nearly all those lhat have African bearded wheat have either began, or are trying to make a start, and by the end of next week, reaping will be general in this district. Then' and only then, will the anxious cocky know the trne result of his past year's toil and anxiety. At present opinion seems pretty well divided concerning the retarnB, many maintaining that, the cropB will turn out better than tbey look; also, that tbe sample will be almost if not as goud as last season; while others bold an opposite view, and I side with the latter party, for I have seen a good few of this season's samples, and they are all more or less pinched in appearance and not at all like those of last year; the straw in some, instances is almost as good as last year's, yet the average per acre, is only about half. The farmers, however, do not com plain, bat consider themselves very fo...
FARMING IN VIRGINIA AND MARYLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 17 November 1888
FARMING IN VIRGINIA MARYLAND. The British Consul at Baltimore, in a recent report ou the agriculture in Vir ginia and Maryland, gives a very sombre picture of the position of the farmer there. He is io many respects worse off than the British farmer. If the latter is hampered with rent, rates, and land tax, he is com* pensated with comparatively cheap labor, and his land yields him a return at least fourfold that of the American farmer. The latter lacks much that makes exis tence enjoyable; . he is without other society, the high price of labor forces him to be his own servant, and to employ his children at farm labor when they should be at school. No one who has not gone over a farm in the States in question can realize how really dirty the land is, not with the unobtrusive weeds which are the despair of the English farmer, but tall, hardy, tough plants, almost arriving at the dignity of bushes, overshadow tbe Selds of grain and ruin the pastures. To inquiries on this subject, the ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 17 November 1888
Horsford's Acid Phosphate, For Might Sweats of consnmption. gives speedy benefit. MOODY, FRANCE & SYMOISS, AUCTIONEERS, VALUATORS, LAND, LOAN, ESTATE AND GENERAL AGENa'S. TRANSFERS, Mortgagee, Leases, &&> effected with dispatch. Land Sales attended and Credit Selections taken up. Agents for the Soulh Australian Insurance Company, Limited. Moon'a Agents for the Australian Mutual Provident Society. Several First-Class Hotels on hand. MONEY to LEND in Large or Small Sums on Good Freehold Security. MOODY, FRANCE & SYMONS, Ellen Street, Moonta, Graves Street, Kadina; and Centra! Chambers, Waymouth Street, Adelaide. GREEK'S PLAINS MONTHLY SALE. AT BOONEY'S YARDS. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1888. At 2 o'clock sharp. MOODY, FRANCE & SYMONS will hold their usual Monthly Sale as above, when they will offer-'Medium and Draught Horses Cattle, Pigs, Machines, Vehicles, &c. And on another account 2 Reapers ready for the harvest 3 Head Draught Ho...
EAST MOONTA. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 17 November 1888
EAST MOONTA. J. Trembath not out Tonkin l.b.w. b Seeley Hayes c Ponder b Seeley Camowb Seeley Ijuke c Ponder b Donnell J. Robberts not oat Sandries 6? 2 11 0 40 4 14 12S Total for 4 wickets Bowling Analysis. Balls Bans Mdne. WktB. N. balls B. Snook 72 39 3 0 1 W. Seeley 84 35 2 3 0 Hiscock 72 26 2 0 1 Donnell 18 IS 0 1 0 ASSOCIATION SCOBEETG IiisT, Glnbs. Telta Yonng Australians EaBt Moonta Wallaroo Kadina
THE NON-CONFORMISTS AND IRELAND. London, Nov. 15. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 17 November 1888
THE NON.CONFORMISTS AND IRELAND. London, Not. 15, The Non-conformists and the Liberal Unionists, aating in association, enter tained the Marquis of Salisbary and the Marqms of Harrington at a banquet to-day, held in the Hotel Metropole. Daring the proceedings an address was presented, signed by 864 oat of 900 Non* conformist clergymen in Ireland. The address was in favor of the measures to preserve the Union between England and Ireland, and to maintain law and order. The Marquis of Salisbary in replying to the address of the .Non-conformists, states its singular unanimity shows the vast unguaged opinion respecting Ireland. He stated that he regarded wtth terror the insane policy of some of the English statesmen. No one" knew the meaning of Mr,. Gladstone's Home Bale Policy. The Radicals were following his lead with;sealed orders. The Marquis of Hartington insisted that Mr Gladstone ought to declare if he 'would.apply the power of England to crush the North of Ireland.