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NINNES. Dec. 7. 1888. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 12 December 1888

NINNES. Dec. 7: 1888. Reaping ia ooir at its greatest height, and mash anxiety is felt concerning tbe probable return per acre, not many having cleaned sufficient to know the result, lut when they do the chances are their anxiety will be greatly increased. Aq old joker who baa. found his yield will be much under a hag per acre, having; no * friends at home that he could open oat his mind .to, whereby he could soothe his feelings, uroceeded to address the inmate of the pig sty, which, judging from its size and Eeneral appearance, had not ftaffered nearly so much from .mental troubles and anxieties as did the old gent. After freely pouring out his complaints and poverty to this fiur-footed ofonster, why-gave occasional grunts which were received 'as cheers by the old fogy, ha then drifted into Parliamentary doing* and undoing*, during which time the Commissioner of Crown Landa came >a for a very rough handling, for not being more liberal to the farmers. The mem. t>er« of the Leg...

Publication Title: Kadina And Wallaroo Times, The
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BRISBANE AQUATIC CARNIVAL SEARLE WINS. Brisbane, Dec. 12. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 12 December 1888

BRISfASTEV AQUA^O.^CARNIVAL, j \ ' J Bnet^p|j3«e.jLS.^ The flnpf tfae acqaatjc carnival was pulled t<X*day, -^te* Swrle-iroB, > Kemp bejujj >secon3, and Mafter»on third. -Besch refused id> take part , -<t tii . ".: X ? .? A -N J ? .-Tit.- .? .; . ...J &ecausepftbe 45ammt&ee-mUomiyg&eMri6$j andMatterBon to fOir afiar ditqaMHfyinjH

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CORPORATIONS. KADINA, Monday, Dec. 10, 1888. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 12 December 1888

C0EP0EA.TI01JS. KADINA, Monday, Dec. 10,1888. A special meeting of the above Council was held on Monday, Dec. 10. There were present-The Mayor (Mr Alf. France, jun.), Crs Potter, I>unn, Eddy, Harris and Bendell. The following appeals against the assess ment were considered: Thomas Roberts, for property in Milne Street; Assessed at £16. Upheld. Alfred Hodge for property in Ewing Street; Assessed at £50. Upheld. Martin Edwards for property in Milne Street; Assessed at £15. Upheld. Martin Edwards for property in Ewing Street; Assessed at £10. Reduced to £8. Mrs Goldsworthy for property in No, 3 Lane; Assessed at £9, reduced to £8. The Conncil then adjourned.

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DISTRICT COUNCILS. KADINA, Monday, December 10. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 12 December 1888

DISTRICT COUNCILS. KADINA, Monday, December 10. ine uouncu met as a uourt o; Appeal. There were present the Chairman, (Mr P. Alien) Crs J. Allen, Reid, A. Marshall, Rooney, Cowley and Chatfield, and the Town Clerk (Mr R. Manclarke). Apologies «ere received for the absence of Crs Taylor and Symun. The ranger reported inspecting road between sections 1309 and 1091, and found that the road was closed with a four-wire fence. He wished to be in structed as to what he should do. Mr Hall said he did not wish to put his neighbor to any unnecessary trouble, but he thought the road ought to be opened. The Ranger said Clause 123 of the road act dealt with the question. Cr MABSHAXL proposed, and Cr REID seconded, tbat the Ranger be instructed prosecute the offender. Cr J. ALLAN proposed as an amend ment that the Council serve the offender with notice. The Ranger Said he would have taken action, but wished to have a list of his duties supplied. So far he bad only received a letter stating that b...

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AUSTRALIAN RACE-HORSES IN ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 12 December 1888

AUSTRALIAN RAC3E-HORS15S IN ENGLAKP. Fire Australian raee-borses taken to England by liOrd Hmdlip hare bewi sold at auction and have averted 93 guineas. Victorious bringing 200 gaiae&a.

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WOOL MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 12 December 1888

WOOL MARKET. Crossbred* are firm » mediums btve « | do%nwardt«ndencj. " j

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 12 December 1888

? YOBKE'S PENINSULA ANNUAL ?'BSGftlA, ' TH* ABOTB RE6ATTA will be held AT WAILABOO, OH Tuesday, Jan. l, 1889 J. GGSSE.President. W. J.BONDER, Treasurer. «T, GE?P»-rf3®®*tary. < JRhogrammb of svents. , : . If'- SatUasrKaoa-For shift's boats to be manned w membera tir Ui«jmpi erew. 2nd. Maiden Fonr-oared lluoe-Open to all who never formed ona of a winning crew. 1 ^ 3rd. Youths Foar>oared Race ? Open to all under .18 years of age. " " ;r. 4th. -Second Glass'Sailinfc 8w>Vor all boats ?°J, ®*oecding Si feet overall. Time allowance ialf minute per fcot for tRBemaoe in length orsr *.}. Centre board boats toallow other boats five cUnatra tobeadjnsted fttr length. - _6tb. Fisherman's Pair-oared Bsce-(Handicap) T° be pulled by fisherman:in "bona fide" fishing boats. ®fch. Pair of Senile-One man polling a w»t nf senile or paddles. 1 7th. Maiden Pair-oarea Eace-Open to all who sever formed one of a- winning crew. {Cox. allowed). - * ' Jtb» PsAr-oared Race-All comers. (Cox allow...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 12 December 1888

AT \< "W" .A. X. X. A. 3R. O O JOUN CLARK & CO., HAVE OPENED. A CASH BOOT PALACE ON 3*4 OWEN T E It B A C E, W A L L A B O O, *** Next Door to Mr Chatfield's. J. CLARK & Co., intend carrying on a Strictly CASH BUSINESS, and are Confident that their gg*3 VERY LOW CASH PRICES Will command a good share of tbe trade. JOHN CLARK & Co., kadina DRAPERY PALACE, KADINA BOOT PALACE, WALLAROO BOOT PALACE. (W SALE HAMS-Forfar, Seeds or Cloth. BACON-Sides, Rolls or Middles. LARD-Bulk or Bladders. BUTTER-Fresh or Potted. EGGS, . CHEESE, POTATOES, &c. Orders direct, or through any of the leading Wholesale Houses, by Post, Wire, 01 . , Telephone, will receive prompt attention. SAUNDERS, COHOUN X. Co , Boo -Ifiec Haiu and Bacon Carers, and Wh^k'salc Produce MerelianJs, ADELAIDE, PORT ADELAIDE, and MT. GAMBIER. KADINA CORN EXCHANGE. - N. ROSEWARNE, WHOLESALE §r RETAIL DEALER, Takes this opportunity of thanking his numerous patrons foj* their past favors, and...

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THE WALLAROO INSTITUTE HALL. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 15 December 1888

THE WALLMtOO INSTITUTE HALL. TO THE JEPITOB. Sib.-I understand that the above. Hall has been let on Christmas Eve to a trades man Cor rather tradeswoman) io the towo, «rbom I believe contemplates adopting and converting the time; honoured Institution of a Christmas iree.^d* Carolling of the the past number of years on this festite occasion into a " shop" as a business speculation. l amnJso informed that the ball was engaged several months ago. But while applauding the enterprising spirit displayed I contend that the prac tice of letting this building on the night iu question such a long period in advance is unfair, and certainly should not coin mend itself to an intelligent committee of management. The strongest objection to this course is that the hall can be mono polized by any individual years in advance, and in this way entertainments organised for benevolent objects on Christmas Eve (which seems very appropriate and in toCCb with works of ctiarity) as has been customary in the ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 15 December 1888

KING GXJNNIA SYNDICATE. A SPECIAL GENERAL MEETING of the above Syndicate will be held on TUKSDAY EVENING, DEO. 18, 1888, at 7 p.m.. at tbe MINERS' ARMS HOTEL, KADINA. BUSINESS-To appoint Directors, Secre tary, and consider tbe suggestion that tbe Syndicate be formed into a registered com pany. Kadina, Dec. 11, 1888. FOB SALE, CHEAP. HOBSE, HARNESS, and HOODED BUGGY, all in splendid condition. Horse is young, handsome and good. Also 8 splendid lot of Poultry. Apply BEY. D. O'DONNELL, Kadina. PORT AUGUSTA Annual Regatta, OJV FRIDAY, DEO. 28. - THE - s- s. Franklin Will Carry Excursionists from Wallaroo and Moonta to tbe atove Begatta. JOHN HEATH, Jan., Hon. Sec. YOBKE'S PENINSULA ANNUAL BEGATTA. THE ABOVE REGATTA will be held AT W ALL A BOO. ON Tuesday, Jan. 1, 1889 j. GOSSE, President. W. J. PONDER, Treasurer. J, GEPP, Secretary. PROGRAMME OP EVENTS. let. Sailing Eace-For ship's boats to be manned by members of the ship's crew. 2nd. Maiden Fonr-oared Race-Open to all wbo never formed...

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GREEN'S PLAINS. Dec. 10, 1888. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 15 December 1888

GEEEN'S PLAINS. Deo. 10, 1888. Heaping is even now drawing to. a close ; seyeral tanners bave already finished, and it will probably be all ovtr in less than a forinjghf, which will be one of tire earliert^mshes on record as far as this district is concerned. The cleaning up dojes not occupy much time, or many -hands, «nd - the' result in most cases is equal to the expectations of the farmers; they eijfctejdliery little and they are now getting it. The average of the district will not exceed 5 bushels, if it reaches that figure. . : A man who put a crop in last year on halves is now reaping it, he says it is turning out nothing to the aore, and he gets half of - that. The first load of thia .easoDs wheat wasbroughtinto the station the other 4ay,%ujt; the manwho brought it did-not say how much his Crop was going, bow his wheat weighed, or now much be got per bushel for it, he simply unloaded and went away ,*.? jad. and wise man There will be quite an exodus of farmers from here short...

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MINING. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 15 December 1888

MINING. BLOCK 14 MINK.-The manager reports, December 4: Main shaft-The chamber at the 300ft le»el has been completed, and opening out preparatory to driving crosscut for the lode. Crosscuts hare been started, and will be pushed on with the machine drills. 200ft level-Pre paring for tbe breaking of a parcel of ore for shipment. First consignment will leave within 10 days. On the northern end the main drive towards British Blocks bas been extended 5ft; total from cross cut 160ft, and from boundary 52ft. Have started to rise on a shoot of ore about 170ft north from main ahaft. On south ern end the No. 1 winze haB been su&k 3ft; total 70ft. Will now stop this work till lower level comes in under, when con nection will be made. General-All material for finishing concentrating plant cot jet to hand from foundry. BEITISH BIOCKS.-The manager report* December : Main shaft sunk 3ft, anfl timbered 10ft; total depth, 264ft. Wes tern crostcnt-212ft level driven 14ft, making total distanc...

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PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. WALLAROO. SUNDAY, DECEMBER 16, 1888. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 15 December 1888

PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. i WALLABOO. SUNDAY, DECEMBER 16,1888. Pbbaohxb-Dr. Faton of Chalmers Charoh, Adelaide. Morning »t 11 o'clock-Oommunion Service. Evening at 6.30 o'clock. ?ifl&Mjara oordiallj invitee!.

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ADELAIDE TELEGRAMS. Adelaide, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 15 December 1888

ADELAIDE 'lELEGBAMS. Adelaide, Friday. The Secretary of the Sonth Australian Mining Association has been informed by cable that the Bnrra Bnrra Copper MineB have been sold in London. While on a fortnight's trip to the other colonies the Minister of Education will confer with the Pogtmasters>General in Melbourne and Sydney, respecting the landing and despatching of the English mails and other matters. The Commissioner of Crown Lands performs Mr Johnson's duties while he is away. The Adelaide Directors of the Sonth British Company presented Mr James Kirker with jb handsome gold medal suit ably inscribed on the occasion of his promotion to the inspectorship. The Cdmpany's clerts in the office also gave him a complimentary address - accom panied by a silver mounted walking stick. MrHiibbe; the Govererbment valuator of pastoral improvements, having visited 73 nuui from Strangways Springs to 40 miles westdfTowler'sBayandalong tfae coast to Fort Liocolnas weli as hundreds east ;of *he; ...

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Kadina & Wallaraa Times KADINA, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 15. 1888. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 15 December 1888

KADINA, SATURDAY. DECEMBER 15. 18SS. CHBXSTHAS CABDS.-We have received from Mr W.-G. Eigby a cample packet of Cbeiatma* oroi; the varied-sod newness are exceptional. - PBBSBXTEBUH Chpbch, Waxlaboo.-We ate «ihd to attention to ad*6rtuement in tbis iuae stating that this Sev. l^&ton will condaet^the «erijees. ui thu Church on Sunday morning and «Tening. SAUONAII BAITS, WAXX^BOO.-The new 1 promises of the above were informally opened ' yesterday. A description of the building will appear in our next issue.. ! POBT AUGUSTA REGATTA.-It will be seen I by advertisement in another column that the i Port - Augusta. Begatta in to be held on December 2$, and that the e.e. Franklin will make, an excursion trip from Wallaroo and Moonta. This will enable Peninsula crew* to compete, and return in time for the Yorkes Peninsula Regatta on Jan. 1. J A NEW PUBLICATION.-We have reoeived ' from the agent, Mr W. J. O'Brien, a copy ' of the Royal Treasure House of Knowledge, a handsomely finished ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 15 December 1888

AT WALL AB O O. JOHN CLARK & CO., HAVE OPENED A CASH BOOT Palace ON "% OWEN TEKRACB, WAiLABOO, .»?» Nest Door to Mr Chatfield's. ? -o- . . J. CLARK & Co., intend carrying on a Strictly CASH BUSINESS, and are confident tbat their W VERY LOW CASH PRICES Will command a good share of the trade. JOHN CLARK & Co., K AD IN A DEAPERT PALACE, KADINA BOOT PALACE, WALLABOO BOOT PALACE. Soo-Bec 01 SALE HAMS-Forfar, Seeds or Cloth. BACON-Sides, Bolls or Middles. LARD-Bulk or Bladders. BUTTER-Fresh or Potted. EGGS, CHEESE, POTATOES, &e. Orders direct, or through any of the leading "Wholesale Houses, by Post, Wire, or Telephone, will receive prompt attention. SAUNDERS, COHOUN X Co., Boo -Sec Ham and Bacon Curers, and Wholesale Produce Merchants, ADELAIDE, POUT ADELAIDE, and MT. GaMBIER. KADINA CORN EXCHANGE. N. ROSEWARNE, WHOLESALE % BETA1L DEALER, Takes this opportunity of thanking his numerous patrons for their past favors, and has pleasure in announcing that he H...

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WEEK'S RUN, BROKEN HILL. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 15 December 1888

WEEK'S BUN, BROKEN HILL, The week's run at Broken Bill has restated in 410 tone of bullion, containing 96,523 ounoeB of silver.

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"PARNELLISM AND CRIME." [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 15 December 1888

" PARNELLISM AND CRIME." At to^day's sitting-of the Times ^Com mission, Buckle,a xaembarof the Fenian organisations deposed that on one oceaaion he was ordered to aboot Boacbe who bad been expelled from the Land League, bnt the attempt failed, and 'he officers of tbe leagae paid Buckle £50 to facilitate his flight to America.

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ADELAIDE SHARE MARKET. From Mr H. O. O'Halloran, S. A. Stock Exchange. (By Telegraph,) Adelaide, Friday, 5.54 p.m. COFFER. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 15 December 1888

ADELAIDE SHARE MARKET. Prom Mr H. O. O'H&llor&n, 8. A. Stock Exchange. (By Telegraph,) Adelaide, Friday, 6.64 p,m» Oofpkb. Oph*,ra (pro) ... 14 0 GOLD. Baiters' Greek 3 7 9 Birds - ... ... 0 81J Alma (b) 1 13 3 Sn.rax. Vorthm 1 8 7! War Sauce Btd o 0 iu Black Primfc ... - 0 1 o British Blocks ... 3 18 6 Central (pro) 0 14 o Do (con) 0 8 6 Block 14 3 15 o Wheal Watkins (pro) 0 18 Junctions ... 13 6 Broken Hills 289 0 o Block 10 17 9 Sontb (pro) ... ... 2 13 0 Pioneer 0 4 6 Gipsy Girl 0 4 4{ lady Brassey 0 OlQi Victorian Cross 0 7 3 White Leads 0 3 7}

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THE PANAMA CANAL. (From Melbourne Daily Telegraph.) [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 15 December 1888

THE PANAMA. CANAL. (.From Melbourne DaiUf Telegraph.) l The officers ot the PanamaGanal Coy. are daily besiaged fay eager and excited men and flashed vomen, acting like desperate gamblers, offering to stake all they haye in the world iafctae wild hope of retrieving their past losses.

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