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DISTRICT GOUNCIL MEETINGS. NINNES, Monday, Dec. 10, at 7 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 5 December 1888

DISTRICT GOUNCIL MEETINGS. SinMSS, Monday, Dec. 10, at 1 p.m. Kthpaka, Tuesday; December 11, at 2.30 ?o'clock. o.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 8 December 1888

LIN i'kiti at once from FIVE (S) to ., T-KK t (lo) TONS CHAFF, < ? ..! .U »-. '" - - .'igf-HARRIS, Taylor Street, Esdina. YOBKE'S PENINSULA ANNUAL REGATTA. Thb ABOVB R EG A T TA will be held . AT WA1LAEOO. OK , Tuesday, Jan. 1, 1889 J. GOSSE, President. W. J. PONDER, Treasurer. J, GEPP. Secretaiy. FSOGRAMME OP EVENTS. 1st. Sailing Hace-For 8hip*fi boats to be manned by members of the ship's crew. 2nd. Maiden Four-oared Race-Openjto all who never formed one pf a winning crew. 3rd. Youths Tour-oared Sue-0{m to ail under 18 years of age. . 4th.' 8eoond Glass Sailing Race-For all boats not exceeding 21 teet overall. Time allowance half mizmte per foot for difference in length over all. - Centre board boats to allow other boats five minutes to .be adjusted for length. 5tb. PiBherman'e Pair-oared Race-{Handicap) To be palled by fisherman in "bonaflde" Awning boats. .. . , 6th. Fair of Senile-One man polling a pair of sculls or paddles. .... 7th. Maiden Pair-oared Race-Open to a...

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Kadina & Wallaraa Times KADINA, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1888. THE LOAN BILL. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 8 December 1888

KADUTA, BATI^DAy. DEC EMBEK b7jIb88. discussion-~«o -the= Loan BrM nffordedi Seyeral - illustrations of the extent party feeling can offered on legitimate grounds, but the first decided majority WAS secured against the deepening operations at Port. Pirie. It was truly refreshing to witness the efforts which some of the opponents of the line made to find excuses for their actions: In years gone by other parts of the colony frequently complained of the. readiness with which even city mem bers-voted large sums for deepening the Fort Fine Creek. And it is not too much to say that the present House would have been equally oblig ing, had it not been that the northern port has stood in the way of the Oentralirers recently. And notwith standing their strong protestations that their anxiety was the outcome of a desire to promote the interests 1 of the colony, when they found that Fort Adelaide was out of the running for the Barrier trade, they seemed to forget that by improving the shipping ...

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KADINA WESLEYAN CHURCH. SUNDAY, DECEMBER 9, 1888. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 8 December 1888

KADIN4. WESLEYAN CHURCH. SUNDAY, DECEMBER 9, 1888. PREACHERS-Morning, Mr Manghan. Eren .ing, Mrs Lake; '

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PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. WALLAROO. SUNDAY, DECEMBER 9, 1888. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 8 December 1888

PBE&BYTESIAN CHURCH. WALLABOO. SUNDAY, DECEMBER 9, 1888 Morning' at 11 a.ni. Subject: " Early Piety.' Children Evening at 6.30 p.m. Subject: " Know ledge of Got* Mbd"b CHeiy, PrtfacbiT-Rev. H, Chester.

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CORPORATIONS. WALLAROO, Wednesday, December 5, 1888. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 8 December 1888

CORPOEATIONS. Waliaeoo, Wednesday, December 5, 1888. Present -The Mayor (Mr Jas. Malcolm, JiP.,) Ore T. B. Heath, Chatfield, Hamence, B. Evans, Harmao, J. Evans, W. Phillips, ]un., and Q-epp, and the Town Clerk (Mr Alex. Young.) MAYOR'S KEPOB.T. The Major reported the result of the late elections for the town of Wallaroo, and stated the whole of the newjnembers had been duly sworn in. On Monday, Bee. 3, he received an inyitatioa from the Municipal Association to attend a special meeting, to be held on the 4th inst., at 12 o'clock a.m., to .consider the action of the Legislative Counei! in the matter of the Corporation Bill. The time being too short to call a special meeting of the Council to oonsider the Invitation, and having only a. tew minutes to post a letter on the subject; he was not able to eonfer with any of the Gowncillerfl. He had, however, written the Hon Dr. A. Campbell, M L C. informing him of the attention their Council had given to considering the Clauses of the Corpo...

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WALLAROO LOCAL BOARD OF ADVICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 8 December 1888

WALLABOO LOCAL BOARD OF ADVICE. The usual monthly meeting of this Board was held on Thursday morning, Deo 6, 1888. There ^ere present the Chairmaa (Mr Jag. Malcolm, J.P.). and Mobbm G-urner, J.P., Martin, J.P., Small and Taylor. Apologies were read and accented lor the! absence ot Messrs Bews and Beadell. .. }/? U, CHAIRMAN'S BEPOBT. The CsiiRHiif,reported that since this last! masting of the Board hfl had approved ,<$j applications for free education,-namely, at from Wallaroo Bay School aad 5 from Kadina School- The following' members of the Board accompanied him (the Chairman)in_ the visit ' of 'inspection of ProviBionarScliools in the Hundred of Tickers, on November 22.: -Messrs Garner, Bendell, Small, Taylor a'hd the school visitor. (Mr Maughton). The schools visited were Cairn Hill, Tickera and Alford. The Board regretted to see the small attendance at Cairn Hi]], bat were pleased with the general good order at the Tickera I t jwnship and Alford Sohools; and Consider...

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WELL BORING. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 8 December 1888

WEiiL BOEING-. IT is some time since any of tbe Go vernment departments had such a rough handling as that which was administered by Mr Horn to the Water Conservation, on Wednesday afternoon. Some of the charges were very serious, and as Mr Horn affirmed that the instances referred to had come under his own observation the Govern, meat will be compelled to consider the subject more closely than they have done in the past. It seems un fortunately only too true that in tbe past there has been no proper check upon the expenditure in this direction. Of course it must be remembered that some of the localities, where boring has been attempted, have been situated far from the centres of civilization, and consequently the conveyance of supplies-especially wood and water -has been attended with numerous difficulties. Hence, although the contracts appear to have been pretty moderate, still when the total cost is aggregated the figures become alarm ing. it has been nothing unusual to find that ...

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THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL AND THE ASSEMBLY. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 8 December 1888

THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL AND r THE ASSEMBLY. THE action of the Legislative Council during, the last few days will do much to estrange the slight amount of re spect which exists in the minds of the public; for that august chamber. Public works may "be needful, the residents of country districts may be reduced to want, farmers may be com pelled to forsake their holdings ^be cause of the absenceof a water supply* but of thiB a certain section of .the Council eeems to care nothing. lOf course, according to our constitution, the Legislative Council, cannot amend money bills, bat thej can suggest atnendmants, jftod if these are not agreed to by. the AsBe^'y the Coiio-: reason for opposing many lines on the Loan Bill is that they are in respect of works which the Parliament has not sanctioned. And if they consist ently opposed the bill on these lines, there might -be some semblance . of reason in the attitude which they have assumed. But the votes of some members on Thursday was in direct o...

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KADINA DISTRICT COUNCIL. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 8 December 1888

KADINA DISTRICT COUNCIL. TO THE EDITOE. SIB,-I see that you bare granted B. C. a little space to air his knowledge or ignorance, I don't know which. la his latest effusion he uses Councillor Symons words and figures; and, to those outside the council, fathers them as his own; and then miequoteB clause 129 of the District Council Act, which, he says, provides for the expenditure of one third of the rates only. If this be true what becomes of the remaining two thirds? With respect to the latest appointment of Sanitary Inspector, and Inspector under ^ the Width of Tires' Act, which expense he says is needlessly incurred, as if any-; one was troubled with a nuisance all they; had to do was to write to the council and it would be attended to, who was to do it ? The clerk positively declined, and It had to be done aod I suppose for nothing. B. O. omits to inform your readers that be proposed paying one man 15s per. day, = for every day he was employed-viz., one day per week to perform one...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 8 December 1888

OOMPd siTOES. SOCIETY and AO^-JSOOxjETY are re quested to eee the SECEEjAB^ S. A. TYPOGRAPHICAL SOCIETY, GLl.BEB'1 PLACJB, , ADELAIDE, - before - Mcept.^ engagements in the city. . F. S. WALLIS, Secretary. SOUTH AUSTRALIA. SALE of PASTORAL LANDS. Cbown LANDS OPPICE, Adelaide, Oct. 22,1888. XieaseB of about 7,200 square miles of Pastoral Leases will be offered ai Auction in Adelaide on the 20th Dee ember 1888! in blocks from 2 to 285 square miles, the rental being about, J62 'per mile including all improve meats, which, comprise Station build ings, wells, tanks, dams, andreseryoirs with'the usual appliances, the greater portion being subdivided into paddocks' by poet and wire fencing. ^ Bidding to'jbe dni the annual rent. iAull details/and planscan be ob tained on applicationio the Surveyor General, Adelaide. For ;fuller particulars eee South - Australian ""Government Gazette"; 18tli Octobeiyiand " Observer-" and *' Chronicle " Newspapers "7 ^ JE^isaN COLES, ^ iCpmmjsgumerCof Crown T...

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CRICKET. YORKE'S PENINSULA CRICKETING ASSOCIATION. KADINA V. WALLAROO. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 8 December 1888

CRICKET. YOSKE'S PENINSULA CRICKETING ASSOCIATION. KADINA V. WALLAKOO. The second match of the season between these clubs took place at Wallaroo on December 1. The Kadinas went to tbe wickets and made a very bad start, two wickets falling for nothing, and the third when the score waa at 6. After, some steady play Austin increased the score till it reached 81, when the last wicket fell, Austin remaining not oat with a well made and useful 31. The Wallaroos made a much better start, the third wicket not falling until 40 runs had been made. The next three wickets only added 3, and at tbe time of drawing stumps the score stood at 7 for 54. At the close of the game a slight altercation took place in consequence of the Wallaroo umpire giving Snook not out for a ball which rebounded on to the wickets from the wicket keeper's pads, whilst tbe bats man was out of his ground. The umpire saw his error wben it was pointed out by the fielders, and wished to alter his decision. There was a differ...

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POLICE COURTS. KADINA, Wednesday, Dec. 5, 1886. (Before T. J. S. O'Halioran, Esq., S.M.) [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 8 December 1888

POLICE COURTS. EADINA, Wednesday, Dec. 5, 1886. (Before T. J. S. O'Haiioran, EsqS.M.) George tfeivish wsb charged on the in formation of L.U, Bennett with travelling3 .long Graves Street, Kadina, with a horse and trap, on the 22nd Nov., without a lijfht. Fired 5s and costs 15s. Tfce pase against VV Farrell for using abusive language was withdrawn, . MOONTA, Friday, Dee, 6, 3.888. {Before!. J. .8 0'H.aHoran,.>£bg., s M.) Jamu -Reynolds :«u chargoil :l)y Cor poral Shiels with 'driving -on the ;Bay Toad "withQUt al|ght, and pleaded guilty. - ? : CFinedi58rindco«t8 15s. Jkirs J S. lMury,Xvian Simjns, Medley,' Burniford and Gharles E. Harvey were similarly charged and fined. . FredericlcMitckett, a youth of about 16 jean, was, on the informauonofCorporaJ .Shiels, charged with" unlawfully lighting a I fire on Sunday, December 2, near JNal yappa, w&ich destroyed «large quantity of grapes belonging to the Moonta Mining Company, contrary to clause 7 of the Bush Firep' Act of 1885....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 8 December 1888

Cor Mental Prostration Use Horsford's Acid Phosphate Dr. H. Wixkeb, Auckland, N.Z., says: " I have foand it to act very well in severe mental prostra tion and servons depression. 1 find it indispens able in my practice, having taken careful observa tions of its aetibn for over twelve months." The beat medicine known is SANDER and SONS' EUCALYPTI EXTRACT. Test its eminent powerful effects in coughs, colds, in fiuenza, eto.,-the relief is instantaneous. His Majesty the King of Italy, and medica syndicates all over the globe, are its patrons. Read the official reports that accompany each bottle. Mosler, M.D., Prof. TJniyereity, G-reifswald, reports :-The Euca. Extra, proved magnificently successful in very seyere contugioBS, braises, sprains, wounds, scaldings, broken ribs and limbs. (Med. Journal, Nov., 1881).-In diseases of the kid . neys, either active congestion or suppression (uremia), or albuminuria, dropsy, lithiasiB, nothing will equal in its action Eucalypti Extract. Doses, 6 ...

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ADELAIDE AND LONDON TELEGRAPH. [BY SUBMARINE CABLE.] SPECIAL TELEGRAMS. PARNELLLISM AND CRIME. THE PARLIAMENTARY COMMISSION. London, Dec. 6. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 8 December 1888

ADELAIDE AND liONDON TELEG&APH. 3F/A'^-3P CABMC."] WpP^ptJ.:L^fQBLEGBAMS. >> (Frbm our own oorreipondent.) ^A^NELU^M AND CBIME. THE PARLIAMENTARY COM ~ MISSION. - - - -- -London, Bee. 6. The examination of witnesses before the Parliamentary Commission was con tinuedto-day. A peasant, named Burke, deposed that tbe branch of the land league at Colonbar determined that Lord Mountmorris should be murdered, and invited him to assist in the outrage. He (Burke) half consented, but eventually declined not to take any part in tbe affair. A. companion of his told him tbe same night that the murder had been effected. Sir Charles Russell, the solicitor for Mr Parneli, submitted the witness to a rigid erosa examination, which resulted in his making a series of damaging admissions, but did not succeed in shaking, tbe main feature of hia original statement.

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SAILED. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 8 December 1888

SAIA.BD. Wednesday December 6-Elieabeth .Anme,ketcb, 61 tons, for Fore Adelaide. Thursday Deo. 6-Jessie, Darling, s.s., 160 tons, Wendland, master, for Franklin Harbor. Friday, Deo 7-Ferret, s.s., 246 tons* Crocker, master, for Port Lincoln. Same day-Jeeeie Darling, e&., 150 tons, Wend land, master, for Port Lincoln.

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VESSELS IN HARBOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 8 December 1888

VESSELS IN HAEBOB. 1 Enterprise, for Port Geainein. J&ane Pierre, for Sydney.

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THE AFRICAN SLAVE TRADE. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 8 December 1888

THE AFRICAN SLAVE TRADE. It is rumoured that England intends to convene a conference to deal with the African slave trade.

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ADELAIDE TELEGRAMS. Tuesday morning. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 8 December 1888

ADELAIDE 'jlELJSGMAMS. Tuesday moraine. The legislative Council, last night, showed great opposition to the Loan Bill, hnd although all items are not jet dealt with, they have suggested redactions of over £400,000 in one line. They have struck off £190,000 off the Beetaloo. This will necessitate a long sitting to-day, and it is possible the session will not close this'week. The Council accepted the amended schedule of the Beetaloo Water Works Bill. | Tuesday evening, i - The Press v. Parliament cricket match, was played this morning. The Parlia ment made 93, and the Press put Chandler and Carr in, who compiled 114 runs with out losing a wicket The Press thus won with 10 wickets to fall.

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THE PARLIAMENT. HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY. FRIDAY, Dec. 7.1888. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 8 December 1888

THE PARLIAMENT. HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY. FRIDAY, Dec. 7.1888. The House met to-day at 2 p,m. The Loan Bill was returned from the Legislative Council, with suggestions that the following lines be struck out-name ly, Fencing Petersburg Line, £33,000 ; ditto. Nairnt and Border Xine, £21,000 ; Angle Pole Bail way £80,(100 ; Removal Workshopsto Islington, £80,000; Palmers ton and Fme Creek line, £136,500 ; Beetaloo Waterworks £193,000; Ammu nition for Glenelg Guns, £4,200-total suggested redactions amounted to £558,245.1 The Assembly ^considered the suggestoni, and after a warm discussion, -the House agreed to strike out the two items of fencing, also the.amount for am munition ; whish amounts to £58,000, but. the House refused to accept any other re ductions. The Assembly sent back the bili, and are, now taaitiog the decision, of the Legislative Council. - - [lilTEE.] The Milling on Private Property Bill was received from the Legislative Coun cil, and finally pasted. The Council insisted oil ...

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