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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 24 November 1888
TO COREESPOITDENTS. " Honor to Wliom ^honor' it floe," writes concerning the' cricket match between Yelts and East Moonta. He claims that the pro test was unfair, and affirms that;95 .per cent; of those of the spectator® who wera keepir>e private eooreB brought tHe,remit-Yelta, 80; jEatt Moonta, 79. Semya it is most paculiar that the onlj one "Worthy"* «honld differ from this result and that -one theaoorer for .East Moonta. The other portiooe of. the , letter if published wouldbe calculated to stir ap ill-feeling'onneeeieariiy, a thinjg which, .should be avoidbd in these' popular Sports. "A Parent,"-Put 'the case before the Bo^rd of Advipe. : : j ;; .
Kadina & Wallaraa Times KADINA, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1888. THE BEETALOO WATER ASSESSMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 24 November 1888
KAD1NA, SATOftDAJ, N9FEM:BElJ 24,, IP 88. THE BBfiTltOO WATER ASSESSMENTS. "WE are Jed to belieyeijiat the race which regarded lhe4iiifo"rthnate son of Hagar as their ancefitbrj ^ere charac-' fcerised by a strong' desire .J® .raise :. their hands. against eyery other man, And as the man oT that jSay had not the benefit o£ the divine jpracept.xxr example which required14i irfeturji jlf, good for evil, theiiatural result was that the Ishm^elites &und tiejD^ority i of e&er people'# 1uoid»;iQMS^againfet \ Ifyetn* v it jxi^i 'dfccttifa tolas thatif the list of public men wem pofied jfa vrder I to ascertain which two*# tbem i©sem»* Vf -bled the ancient rebellious race, that the Hon. Samuel Tomkineon and the Hon. S. Chaffey Baker would secure greater majorities than has ever fallen to their lot in any political contest. The hon. gentleman seems to move in a most circumscribed groove, inside of which the interests of Bankers and Capitalists arecarefuUy guarded; But anything ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 24 November 1888
WANTED a Good GENERAL SEE VA#T. Apply Mr&lt; F. W. 3-UENEE, Graves Street. Eladina. TO OOM^OSITOES. WANTED immediately for the E12&IST18R,_ae*eral good Steady 2JON-SOCIET5" News bands. Permanen* employment will be given at Is Id per thousand. Apply by letter or telegram to Ihe MANAGER, Hegittar Office, Adelaide. SOUTH A^JST EALIA. SALE of PASTORAL LANDS. CBOWN XjAsrbs OFFICE, . Adelaide, Oct. 22,1888. Lease's ;of about 7,200 square miles of Pastoral Leases will be offered at Auction in Adelaide on the 20th Dec ember 1888, in blocks from 2 to 285 square miles, the rental being about £2 per mile ^including all improve ments, which comprise Station build ings, wells,,tanks, dams, and reservoirs with the usual appliances, the greater portion being subdivided into paddocks by post and wire fencing. Bidding to be on the annual rent. JFull details and |>lans can be ob tained on application to the Surveyor General, Adelaide." For fuller particulars, see South Australian "...
KING GUNIA MINING SYNDICATE. (By Telegraph.) Broken Hill, Nov. 22, 1888. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 24 November 1888
KING GUNIA MINING SYNDICATE. ? (By Telegraph.) Broken Hill, Nov. 22,1888. The following report on this property has beenreceiyed from Capt, Collins, of Kadina: " Examined the King Gpnia Mine, to-day. The lode is looking remarkably well in bottom of No. 1 pit (which is down a depth of eight feet). The lode appears -to be running nearly in a South-westerly direction, dipping east. The lode in the bottom of the shaft iB widening as it goes down. Cannot say whether it will;be a permanent lode or not until it is further proved in depth, bat from present appear* ances, I can only report favourably on the property. There are,. .1 should judge, about three and a half tons ofgood marketable ore at grass. The mine is situate abou t sfx miles north of Silverton, and a little to the North-west of the' Morning Star Silver Mining Company.
OAKLANDS NORTH NEW SCHOOL. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 24 November 1888
OAKLANDS NORTH NEW SCHOOL. TO THE EDITOB. HIE,-On Monday last, eighteen chil dren assembled at oar new Government School, happy greeting to meet (as they thought) the new teacher, but after wait ing two hours t'qey found they had to retrace their steps with great indignation. By examining the number of children we find we can muster about 4 more after the busy time is over, there is 6 or 7 children in the western quarter within 2 Wile? (as the prow &es), Jt tp be hoped that they will turn up tq iqake the number to abonfSO on roll. Be it remem bered that t\ro of .the. principal supporters of the old school have sent their children between 2ancl 3 miles during the whble J;nje, so let the before-named send their S&lt;) ffiaulj as their neighbour, .II «n, &0.. B. EDYVEAJiF, 1
CORPORATIONS. WALLAROO,—Wednesday, Nov. 22, 1888. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 24 November 1888
CORPORATIONS. ] WAXL»HOO,-WSQAESDAY," TFOY. 22,1888. J wgg&tion i , i-,i ?ir^i-:i-::&':' 'i ground, is £223 15a 6d. The amount re- , ceived from Government account of main . roais was £80; the expenditare to date being j £82 Ob 8d. Income from the Park Lands is £48 2s. The current expenditure being £52 7s 5d This includes £35 account of clear ing and improving south Park Lands. The receipts from the Recreation Grounds are £8812s lid and exjwndifcure £18 Is fid, which | leaves the debt £102 lis 4 as against, £123 5B 9d luBt y#ar. The Cemetery funds are as follows:-Balance received from late Trustees, £23 17s 4d; income (including donation £2 2B), £13 18B. Total receipts, £37 35s 4d ; expenditare, £3117s 8d. Nbw Loan.-The consent of the ratepayers baying been given to borrow £300 on the rateB of the town, this amount has been secured at £6 per cent per annum for 10 years. £200 will be devoted to redaction of overdraft, and £100 to the Park Lands account. The total liab...
THE AUSTRALIAN MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 24 November 1888
THE AUSTRALIAN MAILS. ; The Agent General for the colonies addressed Lord Knatsford on the subject of the departure of the mails from Ade laide. At the interview; which was held yester day, there were present, Sir Graham Berry, Sir Arthur Blytbe, Sir Saul Samuel. \ Lord Kootsford stated that the Go vernment was prepared to enter upon -tfaje discussion of that subject; and might possibly arrange for an interview between the Agents-General and Mr Goschen* the Chancellor of the Exchequer, at which the whole matter migh the settled/.
DISTRICT COUNCILS. CLINTON, Saturday, Nov. 176. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 24 November 1888
DISTBICX COUNCILS. CllHTOir, Saturday, NOT. 17. Present-Ore W. H. Hawkes (Chairman), Barton, Holland, Staoey, Kitto, Crosby and Weaks, and J* McLeay (Clerk). COSBESPOKDENCB. Appeals held over for freBh notioes, all up held, after doe consideration of letter from Mr Miliar re the cropping of leased lands. Cr BABXOK explained that there was a strange interpretation of the Aot upon lease hold land. Most people thought that they were compelled to keep the one half of leased land in its virgin slate. Suoh was, however, not the true interpretation. The whole of the land could be cleared, but only one half at a time could be cultivated. The scrub when left was only a harbour for vermin. Cr STACBY complained of leased lands be* ing dealt with ai improved lands. The Chaibmakt ruled Cr Staoey out of order as his complaint ought to have been made at a previous meeting. From Doeweli, Wooiley & Co., re dupli cate map of district to be signed by Chair* man,* Councillor, a Clerka and impre...