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ILLNESS OF HON. A. J. BALFOUR. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 21 November 1888
ILLNESS OP HON. A. J. BALFOUR. ~ The Hon. A. J. Balfonr (Chief Secre tary for Ireland) is suffering from a severe cold which prevent# his taking his place in the House of Commons. Xbe Hon; W. H. Smith, in the absence of the Hon. A. J, Balfour, asked the Hoaee to pass the sam of £6,000.000 sterling io- help occupiers of land in Ireland to purchase their present lease holds. Mr; Gladstone moved an amendment that the Judicial arrears be treated on the same-.plan adopted in respect to the Scotch crofters.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 21 November 1888
AcM Phmplifkie For Night Sweats - *" of consumption, gives speedy benefit. VOB, SALE. BLACK SHETLAND PONY. Apply "Kadina Mill." MOODY, FRANCE & SYMONS, AUCTIONEERS, VALUATORS, LAND, LOAN, ESTATE akd GENERAL ! AGEN l'fl. TRANSFERS, Mortgages, Leases, &o», effected with dispatch. _ Land Sales attended and Credit Selections token up. Agents for the Sou;h Australian Insurance Company, Limited. Moon'a Agents for the Australian Mutual Provident SooietyT Several First^ClaBs Hotels on hand. MONEY to LEND in Large or Small Sams on Good Freehold Seonrity. MOODY, FRANCE & SYMONS, BUen Street, Moonta, Graves Street, Kadina; and Central Chambers, Waymouth Street, Adelaide. GREEN'S PLAINS MONTHLY SALE. AT BOONEY'S YARDS. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1888. At 2 o'clock sharp. MOODY, FKANCE & SYMONS will hold their usual Monthly Sale a6 above, when they will offer-Medium and Draught Horses Cattle, Pigs, Machines, Vehicles, &c. And on another aocount 2 Reapers read...
EAST MOONTA. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 21 November 1888
EAST MOONTA. J. Trembath l.b.w. WilkiuB'n 2 Tonkin c Shiels b Wilkinson 28 Luke c Dawson b Mitchell 10 J.. Roberts c Mitchell b Wilkinson ... 3 A. Tremboth run oat ... 8 GoldsTorthy c and b MitobeU 9 i Hayes c Shiels b WilkinBon 0 : Birtleg b Mitchell ." 3 I Harvey not out ... ... 14 ! ' ^bomas.b Mitchell ... 2 I' Egberts b Mitchell 0 I Sundries 3 ! Total ... 19 [ Bowling Analysis. Balls Mdns. Wfcts. Runs Wilkinson ... 96 1 4 32 t Whenan... .. 42 4 0 17 [ J. Mitchell 63 1 6 25 Whitford. ... 32 0 O 3 [Since the above was written East Moonta has protested against the above match being declared a tie ; and the pro test was considered on Monday evening last, by the Association, and the match 4g to be played again.-ED.] Now that prisoners are to be executed by elictricity in Hew York, some enter prising genius ought to invent a pocket lightning-red and sell them to the convicts. The story from Indiana that a boy had found a flegt of goid and «iiver com while "grabbing " will be accepted ...
THE PARNDELL RELIEF MEETING. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 21 November 1888
THE P4RNDELL RELIEF MEETING:4 " ' ' W THE ED1TOB. SIB,-In jour report of Mr McEotire's speech I find it stated that " the revenue collected in Ireland was spent in England." Now. I bare the highest respect for Mr McEntire, and feel certain that he would not, knowingly, make an untrue state ment. Bat as I bare on many occasions heard quite the opposite asserted, I should feel obliged to Mr McEntire if he would give bis authority or the official returns upon which he based his remarks. Could be also tell me what taxes a man with an income of £100 per year would hare to pay in Ireland ? I mean of course " Im perial taxes," not local or parish rates. Also, if I rented two houses of say Mr Queale-one in South Australia, and the other in Ireland, would it be right for him to make me pay the rent in S. A., and wrong for him to make me pay it io Ire land V I am, &c., FACTS NOT ORATORY. VlCEBESAi, FufiNiTPEE. - On Taesday, November' 13, (says the Register) a return was laid before th...
EXTENSION OF THE BEETALOO MAIN TO CLINTON. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 21 November 1888
EXTENSION OF THE BEETA.LOO MAIN TO CLINTON. On Saturday evening, Norember 17, a large number of residents m the above district assembled at Mr Paterson'a resi dence, to consider the necessity of taking immediate steps to urge upon Govern ment to make the necessary prepara tions for ibe extension of the Beetaioo main through the Hundred of Clinton. Mr Paterson, who was voted to the chair, asked the convener to explain the object of the meeting. Mr KOCH Cone of the conveners) said he was one of the first to moye in the matter, and was in favor of having the main brought down the Clinton Centre road dreot from Paskeville. Mr H. T. STYLES moved that, as Clinton was badly in want of water, the Members of the District be asked to hurry the laying down of the pipe as quickly as possible. As a route was already surveyed, he did not think it wise to ask for tbat route to be altered, as be was of opinion that an alteration would be the means of causing a much longer delay in bringing the wate...
CORPORATIONS. KADINA, Monday, Nov. 19, 1888. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 21 November 1888
CORPOEATIOm J Kggixi, Monday, Nov. 19,1888. Pre»ent^f!hp Mayor (Mr T. M. Sendeiij jf?). and'!&lt;3rp JJiottpr, Eddy, Dunn, .JPebgelley, ^ Tonkin, Bleaklpy, France, Styles, and the Towo Clerk (Mr E. Manclarkej. The Works Committee reported as follows;-SVe have the honor to report that the d^yjpag has been employed since last meeting at general street cleaning, destroying Scotch thistles in tjhe pw|c ja&lt;ids and watering trees in the square, tye j^t.end continuing the work of street cleaning, facf pjearipg small scrub in park jaqdf durjfjg the pptyfag fortnight.-F. ^e?7¥B,j0hajraiaa. focpfrp#. -r wrte4 j&s T&e _ * fcPBop tp report follows :-We bave t baring examioed the foliovt and ^recommend the same for payment &lt;3*p. Holding; £4 16s; J. Roberts, I £1 128 6d; scavenger, £2 10s 6d,-total, j £818s 6d.-J. Smis. Jteoeired. ii.i. iMJJ"' " '??LUt«FP.JJI ? "U"-WMP«EQMI | The Town Olerk (reported hayitigs re ceived the following amounts'sirie&...
GREEN'S PLAINS. Nov. 15, 1888. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 21 November 1888
GBEEITS PLAINS. No*. 15, 1888. Haymaking is fast drawing to a close, and taken altogether this is one of the best seasons for wind erer remembered in thia district. The supply seems to be inexhaustible. Morning, noon and night it continues with unabated force, only varying its diriection. Hot winds, cold winds, north winds, south winds, whirl winds, straight winds, burry-ups and a variety of other kinds to numerous too mention. It is very annoying to the unfor tuate cockey, wbo, after a deal of trouble has managed to scrape together bay enough to stick a fork into and as soon as he attempted to raise it from the ground the wind with a cheerful shriek whisks in to assist, and away goes the hay, the fork, and the man after it. If it is as easy to raise the wind after harvest as it is now it will be alright. The weather has been very much mixed lately, but very little rain has fallen, no sooner would a cloud appear than the wind gave chase, and of course the cloud bad to travel. Bain n...
CRICKET. YORKE'S PENINSULA CRICKETING ASSOCIATION. YELTA V. EAST MOONTA. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 21 November 1888
CRICKET. IYOBKE'S PENINSULA CRICKETING ! ASSOCIATION. YELTA V. EAST MOONTA. Those who suppose that cricket ia not as exciting as football, would have had ample proof of the contrary, had they been present at this match. As the tgame progressed the excitement increased, and every ball bowled, and run made daring tbe batting of the last six on each side was closely watched, and tbe shouting of the partisans of each team was terrific. At one time the East Moonta's wanted 5 to win and 3 wickets to fall, but Mitchell got on tbe spot, and lowered all for 3, and won tbe match by 1 run. When the last wicket fell there was perfect silence for a few seconds, and then a terrific shout went up from the Yelta supporters. The last fifteen minutes play had been an anxious time for all interested. Tbe winners were exceedingly fortunate in getting Trembath for 2, and the noipire, by tbe way, made a very sad blunder in giving him out, for when a ball strikes a man's leg and then passes between ihem a...
COCOANUT. Nov. 19, 1888. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 21 November 1888
fcOCOANUT. - Nov. 19,1888. I Tfie weather j&slgofcoat of gear again, now reaping is Bpproachior, as we haye bad serera] ghosrerslatelj. Eyery one is as busy 4u^ oee haycarting,«o*as to finish in time for tbe'wheat barrest. Hay elaeks are - very-Ismail, iitbongh a-great number of acres have been. mown. The wheat is rippeningjaat. Two or three couidienced ioderatfoni on -Satnrday last, but it ie quite early enough yet. They! will not reapi°anucb tothe sere, the general opioiori»bem£«kib tag. andthis. I think, will tiot.be very far ffomithe mark. Certainly a fewppromiae better resalttj gome less, r^h©^grain'48&lt;-ahrirelled and ; there is a largejamooat smutty wheat «bout,^ ao wht-kt-bnyere 'will not/have any trouble JO findfftg ^ometiiDg lo ^oinplain .boat,' and £Mk£b mattei-i lively for their frienda.
TARCOWIE WEST. Nov. 14, 1888. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 21 November 1888
--Sot. 14,1888. A cool change has;at token place in the weather wbielris miiibspprecia ted , after the beat we iiav^exptsrienoed lately. Haymakinj&iia^botft finished^ 3&fatT' the crops in tite ;mm-ijiate-v*ciufCyare ripen ing quickly,,tboflt-nearer the rang^feeing: later/ It ifeastouishing to see them }pok «ng so well, coaaidering4he-siu*li wnouut -t-uiccA ;.ii '^.aoiioo'o-Kj YJOJl l "A ?' "V! W O t W Si '?? of rain that has fallen here this year. The farmers about Mount Lock appear to have been more favored. Passing through that district one cannot fail to notice the difference between the crops there and those on the plains westward. The HorQ8dale annual school picnic took place last Thursday. The children had a thorough enjoyable day, Tarcowie school boys being present with their drum and fife band, quite enlivening the treat. In the evening the children's concert took place, followed by a few [ hours dancing which brought a very ! enjoyable day to a close. ' The ...
ORIGINAL POETRY. THE TWA KANGAROOS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 21 November 1888
ORISTNAL KiMry. ' THE TWA, KAifGABOGS. £Bx BOEBIX BRAN, JDBIOJU] Twa kangaroos met on a bill, And after they bad ate their fill. They set them down to bare a crack, Of present times, and times for back, Before the white man allowed bis face, And hoc ted then bom place to piece. Till they could scarcely find a nook To fsed.and rest by book «r crook. One was a gristly grey old in an, And Often from the baataman ran. Still be had 'scaped from, dog and gun, So wall and wilily be ran; The other with attentive ear, Sat waiting patiently,to bear Whatthe old mam bad got to aay, Or what had happened in bia day; And thus the griasly gray old man, To tell "his tale at once began. " O what a world is this become, No where for na a settled home, Everi'in thie land where wild and free, We roamed one time from sea to eea. Now not a spot where we can rest. In north nor south, in east nor west, Witb,dogs and gone on every aide. We hkrdly hare a hole to bide, , Or ehpuld we findta sheltered place Oar...
Radiua & Wallaraa Times KADINA, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1888. THE FARMERS AND THE GOVERNMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 21 November 1888
KADINA,1WREDNEBDAY. NOVEMBER 21,1888. THE EABMEBS ANT) THE GOVERNMENT. Ox W ednesday last, in the House of A a formal motion for adjournment, Mr Kirchauff called at tention to^tfae present unfortunate con- : dition of ^number of farmers who reside outj^de ftbyder'sline of rainfall. In refem^ to .the question Mr K.irchauff suggested that the best means of reHeving'the class to which ie refemSl wag to allow them to surrender their holdings and select lane? toTHe same value elsewhere. The debit^waa not allowed to proceed^ to any great length, as Mr Mattin^on objected flrtlie qiseussion, and an attempt Ward subsequently to suspend thW^tUndiDgrorilers failed to tEhis was 120# the dntieome of any antagonismto but. the result ofa combination of circumstan ces, the -chm feeling on the part>®f pome members ihat such an id^ortant subject should not be dealt with onaTtDotionfor adjourn ment, andjtffcpndly.a feanon the part of otherstfhafc a dwcuMion of the kind might act^^i^eiat^Iyto thelan...