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RATEPAYER'S MEETING AT MOONTA. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 28 November 1888
RATEPAYER'S MEETING AT MOONTA. A meeting of ratepayers was held at the Institute Hall, Moonta, on Friday evening last, for.the purpose of hearing the candidates for mumoipal honors express their views. His Worship the Major (Dr James) pre sided over ah attendance of about 40. The candidates (three) were invited on the plat form. Mr HENEY MABTIN who was the first to address the electors, said he was present in response to a numerously signed and mflaen. tial requisition, requesting him to allow him self to- be nominated for the Mayoralty, to which, on certain conditions being complied with, he assented. It was trns he was not a pubiio man, but he had done something towards assisting in the formation of the Corporation. He bad attended the first meeting held for that purpose at which strong opposition was met; and subsequently occu pied a'seat in the Council, and at the time when the question of asphalting the footpaths was determined. He had also assisted in the purchase of the land ...
CRICKET. YORKE'S PENINSULA CRICKETING ASSOCIATION. KADINA V. EAST MOONTA. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 28 November 1888
CRICKET. ' :-v *£ r i ) t i.*f * ''&lt; i &lt;? '*"} ? . i YOBKE'S PENINSULA CRICKETING ASSOCIATION. KADINA V. EAST MOONTA. __ This match between the aboye men tioned clubs was played on the ground of the former, on Saturday, November^. The Eadina skipper (J. A.:Austin) having won the toss elected to bat, fend sent W. Hnmphries and Sands to face'the bowlibg of J. Trembath and Tonkin. Both play era began steadily, the first over being a maiden. Sands having hit out was nar rowly missed between wickets off Tonkin. By careful play the score was raised to 33 when Sands was bowled oft his pads by Haj es, and 1-14-33 were posted. J. Humphries now partnered his brother and some good- cricket was witnessed. This may be judged from the second wicket falling for 62, when J. Humphries hit one back to J. Trembath, the bowler, who did not refuse, 2-18-62. Dodd next stepped into the vacant crease and commenced in his usual steady way. The play now became rather slow, although runs...
YELTA V. WALLAROO. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 28 November 1888
YELTA V. WALLAROO. The return match between these clabs was played on the Yelta ground, on Saturday, November 24, and ended, as in the first game, with a yictory for the Telta team with 6 wickets to fall. The Wallaroos went to the wickets first, but made a very short stay, 68 balls being sufiic'ent to, lower 10 wickets, the score being 30. O'Lougblin was top scorer with 10, And then ran himself out. Tbe Yeltas were certain of victory, but never expected that four of their best wickets would fall in making the required number of runs. Mitchell's bowling average of 6 tor 11 speaks for itself, whilst Wilkinson got 2 for 14. Of the Wallaroo bowlers Seeley had slightly the better average. Subjoined are the scores: WALLAROO, Captain-E. J. HiBCock. Umpire-Mr J. T. Keats. J. Donnell b Wilkinson 1 W. Seeley o Roach b Mitchell ... ... 0 E. J. Hiscock o Clark b Wilkinson ... 7 P. O'Loughlin ran. oat 10 W. Harman b Mitchell 1 F. Cropley not out 6 P. M. Sallivaa b Mitchell 0 J. Gepp b Mitchell 0...
POLICE COURTS. KADINA. Wednesday, Nov. 21. (Before T. J. S. O'Halioran, Esq., S.M.) [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 28 November 1888
POLICE COURTS. KADINA. Wednesday, No*. 21. (Before T. J. S. O'Halioran, Esq., 8.M.) JEL. Nankervis was charged on the in formation of La nee Corporal Bennett with unlawfully supplying S. J. Eaton with two bottles of beer after 11 o'clook, on the 10th of NOT. Defendant pleaded not GUILTY. Mr Uffindei], who appeared for the de fendant, objected to the information on the following grounds.-1. Information did not sltow that the liquor was supplied between the hours of 11 p.m. and 5 a.m. next morning; 2, It was ambiguous, not showing whose licensed premises they were. The Bench overruled the objections. After hearing evidence the defendant was fined £10 and 30s costs. Notice of appeal was given. Tkos. Williams waB charged on the information of L. C. Bennett with using obscene language. Fined 10s and costs 15s. The same defendant was also charged with resisting the police in the execution of their duty, and was fined £5, and 15s costs. EABINA.. Friday, NOT. 23. (Before Gurner and Beudeli)...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 28 November 1888
Shipping. FEOM WALLAB.OO. THBADEtiAIDE STEAMSHIP 00Y., 1 LIMITED, Dispatch | ./ their Steamers as under, when practicable^-... . &lt; From Pt. ADELAIDE the s.B,u In*e«tiga tor" on SATURDAY; atiioon, carrying Cargo for Port Wallaroo, landing- Mine on MON DAY MOENiNG; FOB POETS PIRIE And GERMEIN, 8.8. " Investigator," Monday. FOE POUT ADELAIDE, 1.8. " Investigator" Wednesday.-. F. CLARE, Agent, ,i - Wafliiw. Business Hotices. PROFESSIONAL. wadey &~e7j. cox, SOLICITORS AND NOTARIES PUBLIC, 62 KINGWILL1AM STEEET, (NEXT KiQBY'e) AB^IAIDB. ME BOBEET J. NOBES, 464-c AGENT AT KADINA. H. W. Uffindell, SOLICITOR, NOTAEY, «T>., & MOONTA AND KADINA. BOTH OFFICES OPEN DAILY. *11/1 £ tJFFINDELL attends all Penin ?*M-. sula Conrte, and may be-consulted at Eadina on Monday, Wednesday. and Saturday in each week, and at Moonta on | alternate days. S B. PAGE, - soMcrroE. &c.. - Gbaves Stbebt, KADINA, and Ehsn Steeet, MOONTA. Mr PAGE attends all neighboring Courts, an...
INQUEST ON THE FIRE AT KULPARA. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 28 November 1888
INQUEST ON THE FIRE AT KULPABA, An inquest was held at the Travellers Best on Saturday, on a fire which occurred at Kulpara, on the 21st of November. Mr G-. P. Daniel, J.P., acted as Coroner, with s jury of seven. Mr Or. 3?. Brown was elected foreman, and the jury having been sworn visited thrf scene of the fire accompanied by MesBr* Talbot and Queale who attended as represen tatives of tbe Railway Department. On re torning the follwoing evidenoe was taken. Wm. May, sworn-Am a ganger on the railway line. Remember the 21st day of NOT. was burning grass on the Railway Reserve, when I first saw the fire. It was caused by a whirlwind which carried up the burning debris. The wind was favorable, blowing from the North when I started to born. It suddenly turned round to the South. The fire started close by where we were burning. Got assistance one hour after the fire started. I had the required width cleared (4 feet.) The fire has gone over much country and has done a good bit of damage. I...
THE BEETALOO WATERWORKS. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 28 November 1888
THE BEETALOO WATERWDRlTs: TO THE EDlTOE. SIB,-I observe that the Bill now before the House is having a chequered career,. I fully thought when the bill Weat' through the Lower House that not much trouble would be experienced ingetting'it through the Upper House, but in this cijfc seems I am mistaken. It seems a pity, Sir, than an important measure like this, one, on which the prosperity of one ofrtbo, largest agricultural district hangs, will be so manipulated and bungled by those who govern the upper chamber, that there is not much likelihood of the measure becoming law this session, which will result in reverting to the old system of last season This is legislating with a vengeance. It is a crying shame to allow men to occupy positions for which they hare neither talent or ability to fill with credit to themselves or for the advancement of the country. The upper chamber is, with a few exceptions, a body of men who are a stumbling block to consistent legislation, and a clog upon th...
WALLAROO. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 28 November 1888
WALLAROO. The Eetrrning Officer (Mr W. Phillips, J.P.) reoeived the following nomination! on Saturday at noon at the Wallaroo Council Chamber. FOB MATOB. Jae. Malcolm, Auctioneer. FOB COUNCILLORS. South Ward-T. B. Heath, and John Evans (extraordinary vacancy.) North Ward-Edward Erarxs. East Ward-George Chatfield. West Ward-W. Phillips, jr. FOB AUDITOR. David Taylor. There being only the required number of nominations all were declared duly elected. A vote of thanks having been proposed in favor of the Returning Officer, the latter responded ai»d called for three cheers for the Queen.
MOONTA. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 28 November 1888
MOONTA. Betnroiog Officer-Dr James. FOB MAYOR, Henry Martin. Councillor William H. Wilkinson. FOB Comsran&oRs. East Ward-George Emerson. North Ward-Stephen HilL West Ward-J. P. Veraoe. South Ward-Alexander Marshall. FOB AUDITOR, Thomas Jones. All elected but Major. Mr Wilkinson's nomination was challenged by Mr Mannheim on the ground tbat the proposer's initials on'y were a non-description.
Kadina & Wallaran Times KADINA, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 1888. THE BEETALOO WATER RATES. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 28 November 1888
Btfliifl k SBoltaa ?imw KADINA* WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER 28, 1888. THE BEErALOO WATER BATES. The'"meeting held at Kadina, on Mondayafternoon, took a moBt tern perat^yiew of the action of the Legis lative. Council in seeking to secure so larg^lh increase in the rates to be charged for the Beetaloo and other waterworks. Both in the interests of the'-' works themselves and the eettLerfrwho will use them it is most undesirable to impose an unnecessar ily. hjigji syetem of eating. Some members of the Upper House have expressed themselves very strongly on the -subject. But unless they are prepared to lay themselves open to a charge of unfairness, they cannot refuse to accede to the request pre ferred in the second resolution passed on Monday. In that the ratepayers acknowledge their responsibility, but they *Sfek' to have payment deferred until'Me Government are in a position to provide them with water in return for the; rates -which they are called upon pay. This has been the cry all through....
OPENING OF THE PORT BROUGHTON INSTITUTE. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 28 November 1888
OPENING OF THE PORT BROUGBTON INSTITUTE:. The opening ceremony in connection with the Port Broughton Institute took place on Friday last, and proved in every way successful. The enterprise that has been displayed in this matter reflects the greatest credit upon the resi dents. It is only three months since the foundation stone was laid, and now the Institute building n complete. The architectural drawings, &cM were executed by Mr Stally, a local resident, who has , been successful in securing the largest Dossible accommodation for the money. The contractor was Mr C. Coitman, Jun., of Snowtown, and he has dooe his work in such a satisfactory manner that the President of the Institute, (Mr W. J. George, J ,P.) tendered him a special vote of thanks during the evening. The hall is 42 x 27 feet aod 16 feet high. The ceiling is pannelled, with a plain centre ; and diagonal border, and has an excellent i effect. At first the Committee intended building the hall only, and to erect t...