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MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS AT MOONTA. DECLARATION OF THE POLL. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 5 December 1888
MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS AT MOONTA. DECLARATION OF THB POLL. At the elections, on Saturday, for the Mayoralty, between Messrs Martin and Wilkinson, there was little excitement manifested amongst the ratepayers, ex cepting the supporters of Mr Martin, who worked with a will from the time the poll* ing booths were opened, and to whose efforts the large majority of rotes are doe. Had the other side worked anything like as well, the odds given below would have been less favourable. The following are the results of the different wards * f * « o £ o o W Jzi I? DQ H Henry Martin ... 60 85 46 40 181 W. H. Wilkinson 18 15 14 29 76 Informal... ... 3 1 1 2 7 No. voted ... 31 81 61 71 261 No. on Boll ... 110 87 101 102 400 Majority for Martin, 105. The declaration of the poll, which took place about six o'clock, in the Insti tute Hall, there were present about 100 ratepayers and others. The Returning Officer (Dr James J, having declared Mr Martin elected, the announcement was received with hearty ch...
ADELAIDE AND LONDON TELEGRAPH. [BY SUBMARINE CABLE.] SPECIAL TELEGRAMS. MR GROVER CLEVELAND. LONDON, Dec. 3, 1888. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 5 December 1888
*Js||la|d1s iaiD LONDON ,|j gj TEL^&JlAPH. } JJ&lt;, [Bz^bbJ^b/CablsJ SPE C1AL~XMLE G BAMS. (From our own correBpoDd^nt.) . ME GKOVER CLEVELAND. I/OSDOir, Deo. 3,1888. ~ Mr Grover Clerelaod, the President of the. United States, has seat a retiring message , to, Congress, in which he reiterates that the- present tariff is a flagrant, injustice, exacting millions by : taxation from the people to tie dormant in -the Freagiiry. Be affirms that the Treaty 'of Washington, rejected by the Senate, contained the solution of the Canadian Fisheries difficulty, and invokes the reconsideration of the matter. - He justi fies his action re Lord Saekville ; and strongly recommends the construction of a cable to Honolnln. The budget shows a surplus of fifty-tiro million dollars. Mr Cleveland recommends a suspension of ^silver coinage for the present.
SAILED. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 5 December 1888
v«tiixoi Sunday, December-' 2-Athens, 413. tone* Gsctfl, muter, for Newcastle. Saud&y, December 3-FiaaVVin, s,*., 365 toriB, Anderson, master, for Fort Pirie. Same day-Alert, katoh, -46 (one, for Port Gsrmein.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 5 December 1888
Shipping. FROM WALLAROO. The adslaibe STEAMSHIP COY., » LIM IT ED, Dispatch ' their 'Steamer* as under, when practicable:- . FromPt. ADELAIDE the S.S. "In»e«tigji Jor" on SATURDAY, at noon, carrying Cargo for Port Wallaroo, landing same on HON- &lt; DAY MOBNING. : FOB POETS PIRTE and GERMEIN, e.s. "Investigator," Monday. , 'FOE PORT ADELAIDE, -b.b. " Investigator" Wednesday. F. CLARE, Agent, Wallaroo. ' Business Notices. PROFESSIONAL. WADEY & E. J. COX* SOLICITORS AND NOTARIES PUBLIC,! 62 EUTO WJLLLAM STREET, ; .(NEXT Biases) ADELAIDE. ME EGBERT J. NOBES, 454-c . AGENT AT KADINA. H. W. Uffindell, SOLICITOR, NOTARY, &G., ft ; MOONTA AND KADINA.; BOTH OFFICES. 0?EN DAILY;. Il/i B UFFINDELL attends all Penm sola Courts, andtngy ? be consulted at Kadina on Monday, Wednesday and Saturday in each week, and at Moontaon alternate days. j S. fi. PAGE, i - SOLICITOR, Sc.. - i \ GejlTes Stbeet, KADINA, and Enter j Sibbbt, MOONTA. Mr PAGE attends allneighboring Conns,! a...
SHIPPING NEWS. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 5 December 1888
SaiPPIM Q NEWS.] ABsnrxo. ] Saturday, Deo. ji-misatieut Annie, ketch,. from PortJfrBreide. Jr:1 ' " r* SuflK&y. Deo,;2-Alert, kekcb, 45 tonq, from PortOginBin. :h * ' Moflilay, Decembers-Frinklin,'*.s., 365 tons, Anderson, master, from Port Adelaide.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 5 December 1888
WHAT A WIFE SHOULD DO. A. wife must learn how to form her husband's happiness. She mast not cherish his weaknesses by working upon them ; she must not rashly run counter to bis prejudices. Her motto mast be never to irritate. She must study never to draw largely upon the small stock of patience in man's nature; never to in crease his obstinacy by trying to drive him; sever, if possible, to have scenes. We doubt much whether a real quarrel, even if made up, does not loosen the boud between man and wife, and sometimes, unless tbe affection of botb be very sincere lastingly. If irritation should occur, a woman must expect to bear from most men even a strength and vehemence of language far more than tbe occasion re quires Mild as well as steru men are prone to this exaggeration of language. Let not a woman be tempted ever to say anything sarcastic or violent in retaliation. The bitterest repentance must needs follow such an indulgence if she do. Men frequently forget what they themselve...
Kadina & Wallaraa Times KADINA, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1888 THE APPOINTMENT OF COLONIAL GOVERNORS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 5 December 1888
BaMna & BMaraa Ciiaa XA.DXNA, WKjpNKSDAF. DECEMBER 5. 1888 THE APPOINTMENTOF COLONIAL GOVERNORS. SIR W illiam Bobinson has never met with a more hearty reception by ?any public gathering than that which was accorded him by. the Caledonian Society on. Friday evening last. The reason of this is not far to seek Scotchmen are instinctively loyal, and had it , been otherwise their .leaders, whose efforts for freedom re sulted in the un; m: with England would never % bare b?eti successful. Scottish history is decidedly chequer ed. At one time jve find the land COD vui&ed by internal atrife, protected bv t.^Je jealousies and selfishness of her no bles ; .out down "in the-hearts of the people Vhere was a deep-rooted venerationf for the /throne., Bruce, a) though h'Ar^ ^reSBedy for funds ,ap. times, could iilbrays corfnt -tipoii -Valor- : ous followers l®e. mountain; fastnesses. But perhaps- lihe strong est proof of attachmen]% throne was afforded during tfrek^ of" Prince Cha...
KADINA CORPORATION MATTERS. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 5 December 1888
KADDTA CORPORATION MATTERS. TO THE EDITOB. Sib,-I was pleased on reading in your late issue the Mayor's report of the Moonta and Wallaroo Corporations, but was sadly disappointed in not seeing one for the Kadina Corporation. I certainly tbink the honors that have been conferred on the late Mayor should bare incited him to bave laid before tbe Council, not only an exhaustive report, bnt, haying been three feara in office, I think his great perceptive faculties might have beeu need for the benefit of the citizens. The system hitherto adopted, and that which siiiflt now engage the attention of the new Mayor and Councillors, will be found to be very different.: A very great re duction in the cost of working must take place for . the following reasons :-All land outside'of Corporations being formed into District Councils confines tbe duties of the municipal body within the Cor poration boundary, consequently there cannot be the amount of correspondence there was formerly. Again, tbe subs...
CORPORATIONS. KADINA, Monday, Dec. 3, 1888. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 5 December 1888
COHPOEATIONS. 1 x-. "v . I .,&!1&u>wa, Monday, Deo. '3, 1888. . Present-His Worship tbe Mayor (&tr Alfii|| France, jun.), Ors Potter, Eddy, Dugn, Pengelley, Tonkin, Harris, Rendell, Styles and the Town Clerk (Mr lid. Man clarke). Tbe Mayoh said-r-" In preiidiag orer this Coaneil for tbe first time, and before com mencing the routine business and with your permission, gentlemen, I wish sincerely to thank the ratepayers for the honorable and important position they have placed me in. I am specially thankful to the members of the old Council, because they all signed the re quisition asking, me to allow myself to be nominated* I need not refer to the fact that the nominations were taken on Saturday, 24th Nov., when it waB found that there were only sufficient candidates nominated to fill the. vacancies that bad occurred. In due course land the "newly elected councillors received notices from tbe Town clerk asking us to attend on Monday evening, Not 26, at 7.30...
THE CURRENT COIN OF THE REALM. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 5 December 1888
REALM. Umcial returns annually mads daring lbe last fifty years to Parliament show that there hare been struck 8t the fiojal Mint, and issued to the public dariogibat time of doable sovereigns, 16,119 ; of sovereigns, 156,100,891 ; add- of half «oyerigns, 27,592,965; the total number of pieees being thus 183,709,975. Of the doable sovereigns none are ever sefen in circulation, now, such as exist being from &lt; their comparative scarcity sold to dealers at a high premium, or hoarded in private and public collections as curiosities. By far the greater number of sovereigns and half-sovereigns enumerated have eome into existence daring the reign of Her Majesty Queen Victoria. The years 1855 and 1856, indeed, were pre-eminently fruitful In the first-named upwards of £11,000,000 sterling, in the form of gold coins, were stamped and issued from the Mint, and in the last very nearly £10,000,000 worth of sterling gold emana ted from the ssme source. Of course, very many of these coi...