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EMPEROR WILLIAM'S SPEECH AT OPENING OF REICHSTAG. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 24 November 1888

EMPEROR WILLIAM'S SPEECH AT OPENING OF REICHSTAG, i The speech delivered by the Emperor, of Germany ID opening the Reichstag to-day tallies exactly with the < forecast published in yesterday's papers. His Majesty stated that it was the intention of his Government to proceed with legisla-. tion that would benefit Germany, politi cally and socially, and would make increased efforts to maintain the Peace of Europe, being assured that war, which, If entered upon without sufficient cause» would be incompatible with the profes sion of the Christian faith, even if it resulted in victory. In this Christian, faith are all the leaders in Germany, including the Emperor himself, and none: of them were inclined to break their faith.

Publication Title: Kadina And Wallaroo Times, The
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THE IRISH LOAN BILL. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 24 November 1888

THE IRISH LOAN BILL. la tbe House of Commons to-day, Mr Psraell opposed the second reading of the Government Bill, for the extension of Lord Asbboroe's Act, on the groqnd that no mention ig made in the measure of any scheme whereby the arrears -of rent ire to be provided for.

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SHIPPING NEWS. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 24 November 1888

s a i v r 1^ n k w s. ABE1VED. Wednesday. Nov. 2»-Atuena, 412 tons, Gadd, bwter, from Newcastle. Same ?liy-Alert, ketch, 46 tons, from Fart Bronghton. Saiua fi.<v-lla:d of Australia, ketch, 46 tous, from Port Bronghton, TbunWay, Nov.ai.-Jessie Darting, sa.> ISO tons, tyendlasd, masier.-ffom:Port Lincoln.. Same day-Investigator, e.e.,345 tons, MorriBon, master, frozaPort Adelaide. Same day-Gadell>e J4 89 toes, Bod, muter, from-Port Bronghton. \ .. Friday, Bow. 23-JMde'Jmitng. bjj.,' 160 vtons, Wendland;-master, from^FraiiHin Harbor. Same day-Perrett, se., 2*6 tons, Crocker, toaster, from Fort Augasta.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 24 November 1888

EBOM WALLABOO. THE ADELAIDE STEAMSHIPCaY. Til MITED, their Steamers' asunder/ when practicabler- -,; FromPfw ADELAIDE the 8.8." In»e»tiga ior" on g AT1JBDAY, at noon, <»ri7ingCat£0 | for Fort Wallaroo, landing same on MGN-i DAY MORNING. v 1 FOB PORTS PIBJE and GERMEIN, b.b. " Investigator," Monday. , FOE POST ADELAIDE, --?s.fl.' "InveBtigaW Wednesday. F. CLARE, Agent, Weltaroe. .. Business3iotices. PROFESSIONAL. WAJXBX & E, J. COX, SOLICITORS, AiND NOTARIES PUBLIC, J 62 E2NG WILLIAM SXEEET, s, (Next BIGBY's) Adelaide.; ME EOBEET J. NOBE8, 454r-e A.GENT AT KADINA. H. W. Uffindell, SOLICITOR NOTARY, "&c., & MOONTA AND KADHSTA. BOTH OFFJCESOPEN DAILY. Mli UPFINDE LL attends all Penin sola Courts, and . may be consulted; at Xadina on Monday, Wednesday and Saturday in each week, and at Moontaon alternate days. , S-R.F AO£, - SOLICITOR, Sc.. - GBAVES Stbeet, K A DIN A, and Eiaaar] Mr PAGE attends all neighboring Conrte, and may be consulted at Esdina {ev...

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SOCIAL TO THE MAYOR OF KADINA. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 24 November 1888

SOCIAL TO THE MAYOR OF KADINA. On Monday evening last, Mot. 19, the Mayor of Kadina (Mr T. M. Hendell, J.P.) <ras entertained by his Counoillors at a social, at the Wombat Hotel. Besides the Mayor a]] the ex-Mayors, and the Major of Wallaroo, (Mr Jas. Malcolm, J.P.) were invited. Mr Cr John Stales, J.P., occupied the ohair, and on his right sat the guest of the evening, with the Mayer of Wallaroo on bis left, and Messrs T. H. Hall, J.P., Jas, Martin, J P., and Mr J. Gasket), on either side. The Councillors and other invited guests sitting around promis cuously. The spread to which the Company sat down reflected the greatest oredit on the jEEost (Mr X>aan), who had only a limited time in which to prepare it. The company baring partaken of the good things set before l hem. Apologies for the absence of ex-Mayors G-urner, Bawden, fFaeslg'oye, Christmas and Nobes, were received, after which followed the usual loyal and patriotic toasts from tile chair. The CHAIRMAN in propo...

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MINING. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 24 November 1888

MINING. MAITLAND COPPER MIKING COMPAUT. At a meeting of directors of the above company, held at Maitland on Monday, November 19, a vigorous policy of development was deeided apon. As will be seen by an advertisement appearing in another column, tenders are called for sinking the present shaft a further depth of 10 fathoms, during which it is expec ted that something very valuable will be met with. At present the indications are most favorable to the existence of a very rich lode and we understand that the price of the shares in this property are fully maintained, Adelaide capitalists havingrecently purchased shares at £20 each. It was also decided to pat down ventilation pipes and erect haulage power, &c. also to ask those holding contribu tors shares to pay the balanco of 30s due, which will place them on an equality with those holding promoters shares. After this call is paid any further calls that may be made will fall upon all shares alike.

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ADELAIDE TELEGRAMS. Adelaide, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 24 November 1888

L. . ADELAIDE 2 ELEGBAMS. 1 ... Adelaide, Friday. , .Messrs Haelook and Saint start for tlie ruby field on Monday.. . The acti jd of Alfred D. Hart v Haimeg, JiIaUen,& Co., claim for £12,000 damages dn Jaa alleged breach of agreement to have the Warerley Brewery at Mitoham and properties connected with the busines* floated into a Company through the plain tiff and others. A verdict for the plaintiff >wbs given for £1,490. At the meeting of the Australian Natives Association held to-night, there was a large attendance. The Bon J. C. Bray occupied the chair, and stated that there were bandied members. All the speakers advocated federation, andi the adoption of a national spirit; and! deprecated separation. Mr Johnson fEton. Minister of Education) thought; tbatibe truest federation would be free tr'ade between the Colonies, and proteo* tion against the ontside.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 24 November 1888

WANTED, a GOOD GENERAL SEE- 1 VAN 4' for a FARM. Apply to Mrs BCT'.EK' on tlie Farm, near Alford; or I the Office <>! ihis-INpai-.TKadihft.; f , ? ? ;- -i-'t iHi ' i | Industrial School for jfcheJBlind. Mr DAVhTSTERKE Who Ja himself blind, is now .Tilting this district on behalf of the above Institution/and WILL GIVE A LECTURE in which he will explain the working of the School in the - Kadina Institute Hall, - ON MONDAY, JNOV. 26. 1888. ADMISSION-FREE, Doort open at 7-30 p.m. Commence »t 8 p.m. His Worship the Mayor will take the chair. Mr STERNE will show samples of the wdrk done by the Blind in Brushware, Basketware and Mate, and will also explain the system of Reading and Writing in the Raised Type for the Blind. - Musical Selections during the eveninn. Collection on behalf of the Institution. " THE ANNUAL CATHOLIC PICNIC (Kadina and Wallaroo amalgamated) A GRAND SHEFFIELD HAIBICAP OF £15 -- IN FODE PBIZES. Distance-135 Yards. NOMINATIONS 4s for above will be receiv...

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ADELAIDE AND LONDON TELEGRAPH. [BY SUBMARINE CABLE.] SPECIAL TELEGRAMS. SIR HENRY A. BLAKE. LONDON, NOV. 23. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 24 November 1888

ADELAIDE AND LONDON TELEGJRAPH. fBi SDBMABINE CABI/E,~] SPECIAL TELEG E A i ? /£?»J (From our own correspondent.) v f§ SIR HENRY A. BLAKE. LONDON, NOT. 23. To-day's Times states thai Sir Henry A, Blake has plaeed himself entirely in the" hands of Iiord Knutsford, He is pre pared either to assume the Governorship of Queensland accordingto appointment, or to resign nil claim to promotion, according.to his wish. The question is creatine considerable excitement in Government circles. ( Sia Henry A. Blake had an interrie# with Lord Knutsfard on the eafaject of his appointment, bat the result has j not transpired.

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ANOTHER STRIKE. (By Telegraph). Adelaide, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 24 November 1888

ANOTHER STRIKE. N^?2"r"aaflwde. Friday. pf* -V * * Th&i&ispute which b«w arisen betwesn t^^^^prietors afcil oompoaitors in the iSju4||j Offiojj, iajowmgito the dismissal o|t m|n on a ifof^ghtfs' notice, owing to ^pire^otioqtff staff ofthecompanionahip. l%e object offtie^rikeis principally on the ground of belief that the man dis charged was marked owinjg to his activity Id connection with the Typogranhieal Society. V/Tbis is emphatiealiy denied by the man&^eznent, wbostate that the man was discharged, in connection with the reduction of the staff, because his general conduct, while not neaessitating instant dismissal at any time, or disentitling him tp the ordinary certificate on leaving, justified his - selection in connection with ' the reduction of . the staff at the close of Parliamentary session. : On Monday last, the men made pre parations to strike without any. notice, in f consequence of which cbe proprietors in stated npon tbe signature agreement to ...

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RUSSIA AND GERMANY. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 24 November 1888

RUSSIA. AND GERMAJSY. ; The Russian Government, owing to the attitude of Germany is understood to be. seriously inclined for tbe establishment of an understanding with France, .with the rieit of repelling the aggression on tbe part of Germany egainst either nation.

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THD MATCH AGAINST THE AUSRALIAN ELEVEN. Adelaide, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 24 November 1888

; THD MATCH AGAINST THE AUSRALIAN ELEVEN. i Adelaide. Tuesday. The Australian Eleven having won tke toss elected to go to^the wickets, Tbe fol lowing is their score: Trott 11 B&nnerman »> ... 4 - Jones 45 Lyons ... ... ... 4 Jarvis ... ... ... 4 -McDonnell . .. 10 Turner . ... ... ... 5 Blitckbstn ... 1 Worrall ... ... ... 35 > i Edwards ... ... ... 9 ? Eerris 0 Sundries 10 Total ... ... 134 - Giffeu took 5 wickets for 54 runs. Th^ South Australians then went to the wickeli, ami the result was: Wigley not out ... ... 37 Seedman not out ... ... 44 Total for no wickets ... 81

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SAILED. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 24 November 1888

SAILED. _ J Thtre»a«riT»yi-38=aMi^T^l^riS't6iui "fortlie" coast. Same day-M»id of Australia, ketch, 45 toss, for Port Bronghton. ?' Same day-Jessie, Darling, 160 tons, Wend lani^Tntotenf;T5rT,rftnklin Harbor. Friday, November 23-Investigator. 345 tons, Morrison, master, for Port Augusta. Same day-Jea6ie Darling, 8Ji., ISO tons, Wend lsnd, master, for PortI»incoln. Same day-JTerret,- m, attf tons, Crocker, master, for Port tiincoln. '" Same day-Oadell, b.b;,-89 itons, 'Eeid. master, for Port Brooghton. , . , . i

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VESSELS IN HARBOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 24 November 1888

VESSELS IK HA-BBOE. j Athena, from Sydney.^

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COMMERCIAL. Kadina, Nov. 23, 1888. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 24 November 1888

COMMERCIAL. ''' > Kadina, Nov. 23, 1888. I Wheat. 4s 5}d per bushel. Floor, £10 per tori; ao, 20B per bag. Bran la 5d per bushel. Pollard, Is 54 x>er bushel. The following are the retail prices current for produce at Kadina: Batter (prime) 1b per lb. Eggs, 7d per dozen. Bacon, fld per lb. r *Ittoonta, NOT. 23, 1889. The following are the prices current for produce at Moonta: Wheat, (grosBTTeight) 4s 8d per buBhel. Floar, roller.£1110s, per ton; retail, 23s per bag. '?* ' Bran Is id per bushel, retail Is fid do Pollard Is 4d per bushel, retail Is 6d do. Chaff, (new) £3 10s per ton, retail £4, do. Dairy produce Butter, fresh, 9d to lOd per lb., retail, lid to IS dO. v . y . . Eggs, fresh. 7d per dozen, retell fid do. Bacon, dairy fed,>8$d to 8d per lb., retail Is do. Wallaroo, Not. 23,1888 Wheat, 4s 3d to 4s fid per bnshe). Flour, roller, £11, per ton; superfine, £10, do. Bran la 6d per bushel. Pollard, Is 4a per bushel. " Kezistor" Office, Not. 19,1888. We hare no ohange to ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 24 November 1888

! MOODY, USANCE & SYMONS, ] i AUCTIONEERS, VALUATORS, \ I LAND, LOAN, ESTATE and GENERAL j AGENTS. i TRANSFERS, Mortgagee, Leases, _ &c», effiscted with dispatch. I Land Sales attended and Credit Selections taken up. Agents for the Sou:h 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 Suoqb on Good freehold Security. MOODY, FRANCE & SYMONS, | Ellen Street, Moonta, Graves Street, Kadina ; and Central Chambers, Waymouth Stpeet, ! Adelaide. | MOONTA. MONTHLY SALE. MABEEYS YARDS. [ SATURDAY,' DECEMBER 8,1888. I At two o'clock, i . ! 4f00DY, FRANCE & SYMONS | iXa. will hold their usual Monthly Saie, ; as above, when they will sell, on accounjt of various owners-Heavy and Light Horses, Cattle Pigs, Vehicles, and Sundries. And anything else offering Entries taken up to time of Sale. [ KADINA MONTHLY SALE, NICHOLLS SALE YARDS, KADINA. SATURD...

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HARRINGTON REFUSES TO PAY THE £500. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 24 November 1888

HARBIN GTON EEFITSES TO PAY THE £500. Edward Harrington. M.P., proprietor and editor of the Kerry Sentinel, bag refused to pay the fine of £500 inflicted on him by the Special Coaimissioa.

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THE PARIS EXHIBITION. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 24 November 1888

THE PARIS EXHIBITION. Sir Saul Samuel has been instructed by bis Government to send in an applica tion for space at the Paris Exhibition to the extent of 30,000 superficial feet.

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THE WHITECHAPEL MURDERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 24 November 1888

THE WHITECHAPEL MUhDERS. The man who yesterday was arrested on suspicion of baring been guilty of the! murders in Whitechapel, was to-day subjected to a severe cross-examination but without eliting any information. The pnsones was discharged.

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GERMANY AND THE ZANZIBAR DIFFICULTY. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 24 November 1888

(GERMANY AND THE ZANZIBAR DIFFICULTY. The Emperor William in bis speech at tbe opening of the Reichstag, yesterday, referred to tbe Zanzibar difficulties, and publicly thanked Great Britain for the moral assistance lent by her ships of war to the German East Africa Company In its encounters with the satires. <

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