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BROKEN HILL SOUTH MINE. Adelaide, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 17 November 1888

BROKEN HILL SOUTH MINE. Adelaide, Friday. A most important discovery of ore has bbea madei at the 220 feet lerel in thic jiuine.

Publication Title: Kadina And Wallaroo Times, The
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COMMERCIAL. Kadina, Nov. 20, 1888. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 21 November 1888

COMMERCIAL. Kadina, NOT. 20, 1888. ] Wheat;-4ij6d per bushel. Floor. £10 per tanao, 20s per bag. Branlre&perbuhel, Poliard/ll 8d oer bnshel; The following are the retail prices current for -? prodncewjHEsdina! Batter <nri|ns) Is per lb, Eggei'WS^rdozeji. . Bftcon,<Sd'per lb. Moonta, Nov. 20, 1883. The follpying,are the prices current for produce WheatPMfhTd. to £d per bushel. ' Floor, roller. £10 10s. per ton; retail, 28B per bag. *%»? .. ' Bnm ls5d per bushel^ retail 1B 6d do. PoUardls 4d per bushel, retail 1b 6d do. Chaff, (m)^SS 1M per ton, retail £i, do. Dairy profflfOBif " **?"? Batter, fresh, 9d to lOd per lb., retail, lid to £ggB,%^Bh,'7d per&ozen, retail Sd do. Bacon, daily fed, Sid to Sd per lb., retail Is do. Wallaroo,Nov. 20,1888 Wheat, ia 3d per bnehel. . Flonr,roller, £10 15s, per ton; superfine, £10, Bran le'Sfd'per bushel. Pollard, is 4d" per bnehel. Port Broughton, Nor. 30. Wheat, to 6d per bnahel. " Register'* Office. Nov, 19,18...

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CHANGES IN GOVERNORSHIPS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 21 November 1888

CHANGES IN GOVERNORSHIPS. Sir ileary'Blake «ill probably succeed Sir J. Pope HenneBsy, as Governor of

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THE PARLIAMENT. TUESDAY, November 20. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 21 November 1888

T H E; P A R LIA M B N T. TUESDAY, November 20. In theUpper House, to-day, the Land Bill-passed its second reading, and was taken into Committee, where it made considerable progress. In the House of Assembly, to- day, the Hon. Thos. Playford reai a lengtby dispatch, which bad been telegraphed by the Imperial Government rebutting the reasons advanced by I>ord Knatsford in s disp|t«h^ -recently sent and received by Governor Bobinson, deprecating any in terference of the colonies in the appoint mentofa Governor, Mr.Thos. Playlord, in speaking on the question, pointed oat that any difficulty which ;*nigt)t arise through the colonies in consequence of a lack of information, would beobviated if the Imperial Govern, merit only selected well-known and tried men for anch positions, The ^eaeral ^/ouucil Bill was farther debated and again adjourned. :Mr K; Ward has given notice of motion that he' will move tbat ft is necessary to pursue a more vigorous Public Work* policy. ~ / " : .The Wate...

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THE BEETALOO WATER SUPPLY (By Telegraph.) Adelaide, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 21 November 1888

THE BEET&COt) WATER SUPPLY (By Telegraph.) *' Adelaide.Tuesday. | Mr; Di waited upon the ! CotDmi|8ip^r oTj Public Works, tbi» afternoon*;' aOd Lfesp&etfully - asked * that . immediate steps be tske&ioereet a stand pijte 'aftJKp*- present terainoi of the Mm Mlhe !fto®asJPlaio«iLoad, MM section Hundred of Kadina, as farmers in immediate Birtgbboiirhood ol tkat spot mrm »©y comtsfi«ieK>gjK> earlwafcer. MrBewj_al8p a8ked tfaeCoaup;iS8*ooec J*8?1* nted % peti tifchbiHSg lu"b|ec£to ifche CommyiBin'k, plafcessundpip¥*fr^ report re the branch along the old Clai* ( trails through Ninnei Plaint, <i

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 21 November 1888

[*7ANTED ot^OU3BM4n>.rrrA|»pl: f ¥ CORNUCOPIA HOTEL, Wallaroo w A N T 1C 1> a <JOOD GENERA! SERVANT. Apply »o Mks E. WARMINGTON, Wallaroo. W ANTED ,a GOOD GENERAL SER VANT* for a FARM. Apply t< Mm BUTLEK, on -the Farm, near Alfordj 01 the Office of this Paper, Kndina. " TOWN OFKADINA. NOTICE.T8 HBRBBY GIVBW That the Council .of the above Town have adopted the !Assessment of last year, with each additions -and alterations as were con sidered necessary, ^nd the.1'same c-been allowed by the Council and deposited in the office of the Town Clerk and can be inspected at all reasonable limes. Appeals against apportion of this assess ment mast be made, .within ten days of the first publication of this notice, and are to set forth the grounds upon .which the appeal is based. The Council. will sit as a COURT of APPEAL on MONDAY, the 10th of December at'7.30'p.m.' Forms of appeal may be obtained at (he Town Clerk's. Office and any information relating thereto from t...

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THE POPE AND DISARMAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 21 November 1888

LTHE POPE AND DISARMAMENT. Pope Leo' XIII. will soon issue hi* Encyclical Letter in favor of general disarmament in Europe.

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ADELAIDE SHARE MARKET. From Mr. H.D O'Halloran, S. A. Stock Exchange, (By Telegraph,) Adelaide, Tuesday, 5 p.m. COPPER. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 21 November 1888

~ iSoELAIDE SHABE MARKET. From JIrKD.O'Batloran, S. A. Stook Exchange, (By Telegraph,) i'-. Adelaide, Tuesday, 6 p.m. COBFBB. amley ... ... Wallaroo-*'... ... _ ... GOLD. tOreefc Birds ... Preferential Alma (b) ... } ... - New Lady Alice (pro) ... 3XLVSB« Block 14 . . Junctions Sampson'" ... «. vrneai .waytanB (ptaj Golden CreBta Norths , i ... White Leads War Dunce Extd Bonanza ... British Blocks ... Broken Hills Sooth (pro) E*eleene 1 ? Mr Kofces ft as Son. .. S oath Exwl. No. 1... ... SilvertonTkams MeKinlay Blocks Boss rnby jipro) ... Fennell aria. Florence

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LARGE FAILURE OF GEALN MERCHANTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 21 November 1888

LARGE FAILURE OF GEALN" MEE 4 ; CHANTS. £.' "large .failure of graia merchants in Russia is reported, owing to the lightness of the crops in that country.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 21 November 1888

Shipping, ; FROM WALLAROO. "T 1HE ADELAIDE _ L-STEAMSHIPOOY., J, L XMIT £9, - Dupatch 1 11 ' their Steamers" as nnder, s-r-.-; . :>> ni-.ri -.ti l' j a From Et. 4QELAIDS) this £& "IniitiJa lor" on SATURDAY, at noon, carrying ,Qpwo for Port . Wallardb, landing nb( <n MOK* DAY MORNING. J FOE POETS PIRIE iuidGEEMEIN,} 8.b. " Investigator," ^Monday. i FOE POET ADELAIDE; '8»b* "Investigator" Wednesday.*-^-; F. CUJBIl,,ipntl . . Wallaroo. j ------- Business Notices. | ~ 1 ? i PROFESSIONAL ! WADEY & E. J. COX, SOLICITORS AND NOTARIES PTTBLIO, 62 KING WILLIAM STREET; f (Nest Right's) ?. i ADELAIDE. . , j MB ROBERT J. NOBES, ! 454-e AGENT AT KABINA. H. W. Uffindelly I SOLICITOR, NOTARY, 3rd., k MOONTA AND KABiNAi j ----. - 1 BOTH OFFICES OPEN DAILY. TVl R UFFINDELL attends all .TPenin-r sola Courts, and may be consaUed at Esdina on Monday, Wednesday and Saturday in each week, and at Moonta OH alternate days. j S. B. PAGE, ! - SOLICITOR, &c.. - GBAVES ...

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SHIPPING NEWS. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 21 November 1888

s iFin^pT s ARRIVED. | Monday, Nov. 19-Franklin, 6 8., 365 tour, Anderso^joaeter, from Moonta Bay, SAILED. Monday, NOT. 19-franklin, s.e., 365 tOnB, AndereoM master, (or PortGermein.

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EGYPT AND THE GREAT POWERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 21 November 1888

EGYPT AND THE GBEAT POWEES. The Egyptian Government at the re quest of the Great Powers, has asked England to extend the operation of mixed tribunals, if not permanently, at least for a term of fire years. England has not yet given her reply.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 21 November 1888

/??f DEATH. MmuiiETdK.-At .'Wallaroo, on the 14th \ Nov., 1888 Olive M&nd, tbe onlj and beloved ^daughter of Joseph and Elize Middleton, of congestion of the brain, and inflammation* Aged 13 years and 8 months!-1 ? r >( M43MED filJtPSOH--Nobth.-Ori .the 18th instant at the reside'ifce of the bi*ide*0 mother, Wal laroo, bysBerd. John Ltoj'd,' Henrj, second eon of Mr William Simpson, of Fiteroy, Melboprne, to Alice, third daughter of the late Mr fienrj North, of Wallaroo. Mel bourne papers please copy.

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THE PARNELL RELIEF FUND. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 21 November 1888

THE PARNELL BELIEF FCTND. The Pcbsideat of tbe National League ! in America has issued an address to the Irish people in the States, appealing for i subscriptions to tbe Parneil Defence | Fund.

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P. M. CHURCH, KADINA. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 21 November 1888

P. M. CHUBCH, ELADHNA. MemoriaVSerTioe-Lat« Mra Jarrett, next 8ondaj evening.

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ILLNESS OF HON. JOHN BRIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 21 November 1888

ILLNESS OF HON. JOHN BRIGHT. John Bright is suffering from a serious relapse of the trouble he b&s been suffer* ing from so long.

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KADINA WESLEYAN CHURCH. SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1888. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 21 November 1888

KADWi^WESLEYAH CHURCH. SUNDAY,' NOVEMBER 25, 1888. PBeAbKBBS-3-Morbing, Mr ilellen. Evening, Ber. J.Sadie;.

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IRONWORKERS STRIKE. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 21 November 1888

IRONWORKERS STRIKE. Th« ironworkers strike has been sub mitted to arbitration.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 21 November 1888

Industrial School for the Blind. fiiV f# ' ? . 1 ' Mr DAVID STERNE Who is 'himself blind, is now visiting this district oirbehalf of theabore Institution, an<j si witL GIVE a IfCTURE io viuoh^e will explflin ft® working of the School in the - I Iff® TIT17 T 32 HAII, Wallaroo. ON THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 22, ' * nt 8 p.m. .si-.-.-. Hit VEjpnhip the Mayor will tale the chair; *V..' Mr STEENE will show samples of the work doiw. by the .Blind in Bruihnare, Basketwareand Mats, and will also {explain ~ther»yatem of Beading and Writing in the Baited TMf« the, Blind. MnsicarwlpcHoiiR'during the evenin : AJJMIS8ION-FREE, Colleo^Ju on behalf of the Institution. A1S0 IK TEE - Kadina Institute Hall, - ON .MONDAY, NOV. 26. 1888. YOU CAON NOW GET YOUE PIANO TUNED. MrjL d'Ahrenberg, V-^-PIAJfO TUNER, ~ IS NOW OK THE PENINSULA for a tew' dayx. Orders lefit at this Office ?will have prompt attention: - '

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SAD AND FATAL ACCIDENT. (By Telegraph.) Adelaide, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 21 November 1888

SAD AND FATAL ACCIDENT. (By Telegraph.) Adelaide, Tuesday. This (Tuesday) afternooo, two navvies named John Ryan and George Brown, when returning from burning grass along the line, riding a tricycle, and while near Yarcowie, -was ran over by a spocial train oouTeying the Railway Commissioners to Adelaide.. The nnfortanafc- men were literally cat to pieces. The remains were gathered up and brought on to Yarcowie Brown is a married man and leaves a large family.

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