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MAIL NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 15 December 1888
* MAIL NOTICES. Great Briton Ac,-Dec. 17 Via Via Suez, B.M.S. Viotoria»1.15p.a; newspapers, 12.15 p.m.; Largs Bay and Semaphore 12.30 p.m, Port Adelaide, 12.40 p.m. newspapers, 11.10 a.m.; late letters G.P.O. 2.16 p.m., Adelaide Bailway Station 2.S0 p.m., Fort Adelade Bailway Station 2.45 p.m. ?Torres Straits, 12.45 p.m. Britisn and foreign narenis post per above steamer. n)nn« n«»ul»r 15, 5 p.m. XJeo. 21-ViaFrancifico; express 2 p.m. December 22-Via San Francisco, ex press, 2 p.m. Deo. 31-Via Marseilles, MJtf.S. Ooeanien, 9.30 ajn.; newspapers, 2.30 p.m. Africa.-DecemberSl-M.M.8, Oceanien, 9.30 a.m.. to Jfcumtios, thenoe per first opportunity. Mauritius-Dec. 31-M.M.S. Ooeanien 9.30 a.m. Western Anstcaiia-Deo. 17-B.H.8. Victoria, 1.16 p.m. New Zealand-Bee. 17-Overland, 2.30 p.m. via Melbourne. Kangaroo Island-December IE-James Connie, 7 a.m. MaWs for New Soath Wales* Victoria, Qaeens land, and Tasmania close daily (except Satur days) at 3.30 p.m. by. the overland railway via Melbour...
THE ENGLISH NAVY. TWENTY MILLIONS REQUIRED AT ONCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 15 December 1888
THE ENGLISH NAYF. TWENTY MILLIONS REQUIRED AT ONCE. Lord Charles Beresford in discussing the naval estimates made a startling statement. He said that at present England's active fleet comprised thirty line of battle ships, and if. she lost , three they would probably lose the Empire, as the Imperial food supply would be cat off. England ought to spe&d twenty millions annually i» her navy. They required st once seventy-four vessels of various classes costing £20,000,000. Lord George Hamilton in replying admitted that the navy needed increasing, bat held that its chief defect was in the matter of ordinance. He said England had thirty-four battle ships, while France had only eighteen. He promised to sub mit proposals next session based on England's needs.
COMMERCIAL. Kadina, Dec. 14, 1888. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 15 December 1888
CokMERCIAL. Kadina, Dec. 14, 1888. 1 wneat,m 7a per Bnaaei. Flonr, stone, 32s per bag; do,, roller 34B per bag Bnn, lB 5d per bushel. Follatd, Is 4d Mr baabel. T he rollofring are the relail .prices current for . oroflaoftftfc KaAiot:* Batter(prime) 1B Id per lb. Bgge, 8& per doaen. Cheese, prime, Is per lb. Baoon, lOd per lb.] : Lard, lOd per lb..',' 1 Dripping, 5d per lb. JUoonta, Deo. 14, 1888. The following are the prices current for produce it MflOi)ta: Whist; exclusive of bags 4s 5d, per bushel, 4b 8d base included. ... ykmr;'roller. £11 10s, per ton; retail, 28s per ba«. . Bras la 5d per basfae], retail la 6d do. Bollard la 4d per bnahel, retail la 6d do. - Wallaroo, Deo. 14, 1S88 Wheat new, 4a lOd per baabel, gross weight. Flonr, roOer. Allies, per ton; atone,£10 15b, do. Bran, la 6d per bnahel. Pollard, la 4d per baBhel. *' Begiater" Office, Sec. 13,1888. In the wheat market operations are very quiet, co an try deliveries are slow, bnt with oool damp weather the far...
MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 15 December 1888
MISCELLANEOUS. On Thursday afternoon much surprise was oc casioned Btrboard'theJeane Pierre, by the arrest or one of the stevedores on sneDicion of baring stolen;* watch ahdehain Xrom the forecastle of the ketch, "Alert". ' It is'to be regretted that because the man happened to hare gone into the forecastle or the ketofa ftopui.hia jumper therefor security) that such arbitrary atepsahoulfl hare been resorted to oo snoh Blight jjronnds for suspicion, and we are pleased to note that be was discharged from custody on Friday morning.
SHIPPING NEWS. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 15 December 1888
E ' ARRIVED. Thursday, Deo. 13-Jeuwie Darling, B.b., 150 tonB, Wendland, master, from P*»rt Iain coin. Friday, Dec. 14-Jessie Darling, e.s., 160 tons, Wendland, master, from Franklin Harbor.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 15 December 1888
Sbipping. FROM WALLAROO. THEADELAIDE STEAMSHIP COY., L I MIT E D', Dispatch theirSteatners air under, when practicable .- --???????* From Pt. JlDEEj^IDE the S.8. V Jfn*e»tiga - tor" on SATIJEDA1Y,,8t HOOD, cartying Cargo for Fort W«ilaroo,1andmg same on MON DAY MOENING. °. 5 FOE PORTS PIRTEand GERMEIN; 8.8.-*'Investigator," Monday. FOR PORT ADELAIDE, ' ?8.8. " Investigator" Wednesday.--. F. CLARE, Agent, ' WaUsrop, Business UotlceB. PROFESSIONAIi. WADEY & B. J. COX, SOLICITORS AND NOTARIES PUBLIC, 62 KING WILLIAM STREET, p (NEXT RIGBY'S)" A D E L A ID E. MB EOBEET J. NOBES, 454-c AGENT AT KADINA. H. W. Ufflndell, SOLICITOR, NOTARY, &c., & MOONTA AND KADINA, BOTH OFFICES OPEN DAILY. MB UFFU^DEELattenda all Pen in - suia Courts,.aDd may, beconsulted at Kadina on Monday, Wednesday jand Saturday in each week, and at Moonta on alternate days. S. R. PAGE, - SOLICITOR. &c- - GRAVES STREET, KADINA, and ELLEN STREET, MOONTA. Mr PAGE attends all neighboring Cou...
TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 15 December 1888
TO CORRESPONDENTS. BekjaMIkCeosby writing, in a long, ramb ling letter, embracing the past, present and future of the Kad ma District Council aays : "In reply to A, M, re tbe inspection of tb&lt; width of tirefi,- he and all the council knon that I opposed any interference with the ap pointment of tbe surveyor. I protested that they could not revoke the decision of a full council vide clause 97-your columns attest to thefact that I considered the prioe paid to the inspector who bad been appointed by tbe surveyor ss very reasonable. With respect to the inspeotor doing the work at 3s 4d per day it is too thin, as every one knows that tbe inspector sever expected to devote all his time to these duties. I certainly did propose that the tender be accepted of the person who tendered at 15s per day for every day he was employed, the council to instruct him when to and where to go to. It is not neces ary for a stationman to at all times go a distance, as he is allowed to measure a l...
WALLAROO. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 15 December 1888
WATLABOO. The Council *at as a Court of Appeal on W^peeday, Dec. 12. IFhere were present the Mayor (Mr Jag. Malcolm, J .P.,) Crs. G-epp, J. Evans, W. Phillips, Harmsn, Hamence, Chatfield, and the Town Clerk. Appeals against the assessment were re ceived and dealt with as follows W. H. Harris, ehop and dwelling, Owen Terrace, valued at £120. Beduced to £110. Appeals against assessments 61, 62 and 63 being unsigned, and there being no person present to sustain the appeals they were ruled outofofder. W J, Fonder for new banking premises, Owen Terrace and Irwiu street, assessed at £130. Reduced to £120. Wallaroo Mining Company, Limited, Fuse Kfeotory, ISast Walllaroo, assessed at £80. Assessment spheld. E. Trye, Prince of Wales Hotel* The notice of appeal in this oase not having been handed in until after the time allowed for receiving appeals, it was ruled out of ordor. .The Town Clerk laid on the table a return showing the financial position of the Council up to date, and the probable...
STATISTICS OF THE SESSION. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 15 December 1888
STATISTICS OP THE SESSION. The Session of Parliament just closed, although it has been regarded as of doubt ful advantage, has tome important statis* tics.. ^ The Xegislstire Council sat 59 days* aa against 54 last session. The Council also sat late 5 times. The Assembly sat 76 days, as against 75 last year, and of these no less than 39 were late sittings. Bras. Forty-four Biii* were introduced. Of these 26 were passed, 1 was reserved for Her Majesty's assent, 9 were rejected, and 8 with drawn. Subjoined is s list of the Bills which come under consideration : BILLS PASSED. Appropriation BUI.-Assented to December 8. By-laws Enabling Bill.-September 19. Chinese Immigration Restriction Bill. December 8. Crown Lands Bill.-December 8. Crown Lands Amendment (Pastoral Im provements) Bill.-December 8. Degrees in Surgery Bill.-December 8. Distress for Bent Bill. December 8. Deg Registration Bill.-December 8. Evidence Farther Amendment.-December 8. Federal Council adopting Bill.-December 8. F...
EXTENDING THE FRANCHISE TO WOMEN. PUBLIC MEETING AT KADINA. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 15 December 1888
EXTENDING- THE FRANCHISE TO WOMEN. PUBLIC MEETING AT KA.DINA. .meeting was held in the I KAainalUstitute Hall on Thursday even ing underthe Auspices of the Woman's Suffrage Lieague, for the purpose of advocating the extension ot the Parlia mentary franchise to women. There was | a large attendance. The Chair was occupied by Mr D. Bews, MP., who as a supporter of womans franchise, expressed his pleasure at seeing so much interest taken in the question. A meeting such as that would be the means of rebutting two of the strongest arguments that had been used against the bill in. South Australia viz., that it had never been asked for by those most interested, and that no reasons had been advanced in favor of such a reform. He .presumed that the presence of so many ladies that evening meant that they were going to ask to have a voice in the selection of our lawmakers, and he had no doubt that with a lady of Mrs Lake's well known ability at their head they would be able to show pretty conc...
CORPORATIONS. MOONTA, Thursday, December 13. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 15 December 1888
COKPOEATIONS. MOONTA, Thursday, Deoember l3, Present-His Worship the Mayor (Mr H. Martin), CM. Crutchett, Buzza, ^ Emerson, Hill, Wilkinson, Gh-ummett, Marshall, Vercoe, and the Town Clerk. Maxob'S HEPOBT. The MAYOB called attention to the demol ishing water supply in the tanks nearest the town, at which cattle were being watered. He thought it advisable to reserve the water in those tanks for domestic purposes. COBBESPONDENCE. Circular from the Municipal Association notifying meeting to be held on 4th inst. to further consider tbe Corporation Bill, thrown out bj tbe Legislative Council, Received. From the Institute Committee enclosing account for painting tbe Corporation's-part of the building, and stating that Mr Jones, the architect, had refused to pats the work notwithstanding that the committee were satisfied with it. Cr BUZZA asked, through the Mayor, Cr Emerson's opinion of the work. Cr EMBB90N said be looked over the work but could not see anything wrong with itr except a sm...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 15 December 1888
Horaford's Acid Phosphate. , Seasickness often prevented and relieved. ihe beat medicine known is SANDER and SONS' EUCALYPTI EXTRACT. Test its eminent powerful effects in ooogha» colds, in fluenza, etc.,-the relief ib ' instantaneous. His Majesty the Sing of Italy, and medica syndicates all over tbe glofae, are its patrons. Read the official reports that accompany each bottle. Hosier, M.D., Prof. Uniyersity, &rsifawald, reports :-The Eaca. Extra, proved magnificently suocessfal is reiy serene . contusions, braises, sprains, wounds, seal dings,' broken ribs and limbs, piled. Journal, No*., 1881).-In diseases of the kid* neyg, elther&ctiTecongesuon or suppression (orspmiaji or albuminuria, dropsy, lithiasis, nothing trill equal in its action Eucalypti Extract. Doses, 6 to 8 drops. Hosier, M.D., Prof. VniTeraitj, &lt;Jreifswald, reports : -Dipthoria/ Tonsils continually coherent, presenting ulcers with white exudate. Oared in 14 4m^'%nKinl 0ine. of Prof. ©olkge-...
SAILED. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 15 December 1888
SAILED. ThursdajrDec. 13-Jeroie, Darling, s.s.,150 tons, Wendbnd, master, for Franklin Harbor. Friday, Dec«inber I4-Jessie Sariing. s.fi., 150 tons, wendland, master, for Port.Xincoln. Same day-Alert, ketoh, 45 J" tone, for Fort Kris. Same day-Jean Pierre, 614*tons, Gramcke, master, for Sydney.