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SAILED. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 22 December 1888
SA1L.KD. Thursday Dec. 20-Jtc-n-c, Darling, s.s., ISO tone; W^ntiland, master, tor y.atiteiiti Harbor. ^ - Sime"/tey=^^T)ejr,"~-iTs.7~79"tons1 Tofiiisoa, master, for Port Bconghton. Friday, Dacem »er 21-J ctfcie Darling, B.8., 151' tons, Wendlanrt. iiiftFi-wyfor fort Lincoln. Same ilay-FVrre.. «.s., -24o tone, Crocker, master, liar Fort Lincoln.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 22 December 1888
Shipping. FROM WALLAROO. THE ADELAIDE STE AMSHIP COY., LIMITED, Dispatch their Steamera as cinder, when practicable :- . From Pt. ADELAIDE the 8.8. " Investiga tor" on SATURDAY, at noon, carrying Cargo for Fort Wallaroo, landing same on U&N DAY MORNING. FOR PORTS PIUIE and GERMEIN, , 8.8. "Investigator," Monday. FOR PORT ADELAIDE, s.B. "Investigator" Wednesday.-^ F. CLARE, Agent, Wallaroo. Business Notices. PROFESSIONAL. WABEY &"ETJ. COX, SOLICITORS AND NOTARIES PUBLIC, 62 KING WILLIAM STREET, (KeXT RtGBYJ8) ADELAIDE. MB BOBERT J. NOBES, 454-c AGENT AT EADDSA. H. W. ttffindell, SOLICITOR, NOTARY, &c., & MOONTA AND KADINA. BOTH OFFICES OPEN DAILY. "jyi E tJFFINDELL attends all Penln sula Courts, and may be consulted at Kadina on Monday, Wednesday and . Saturday in each neck, and at Moonta on alternate days. S. P A G E, - SOLICITOR, Sc.. - GEAVES STKEET, KADINA, and ExaJBN Stbset, MOONTA. Mr PAGE attends all neighboring Courts, and may be consulted at E...
SHIPPING NEWS. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 22 December 1888
ABBIVED. Thursday/Dee 2,.-i/arlinp, e.s., 150 Wendinna; masier. t,.,m l'- rt liiucoln. Same day-^Gndell. s.»....79 tots, J qhnson, master from Port Broughton. X '."- i -, ^ £.' Same days-Stohiib i «!, i;etch, SO tons, SimuiomW master. fro^i i>ort J\.(ti Friday, Dec.-'31-Je&Mo s.u., 150 tour' Weniiliuid, ma>ter, ir"m V' a^klin Harbor. Same day-Sax . ?. !>arqu-, +01 utiiu, C- F. Bunker master, from Newcastle, 14 days oat, Same day-Ferrett. ss., 216 tone, Crocker mn.bter.ffom' Port^SmjmBts.'""' '
CRICKET. YORKE'S PENINSULA CRICKETING ASSOCIATION. EAST MOONTA V. WALLAROO. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 22 December 1888
CRICKET. YOEKE'S PENINSULA CRICKETING ASSOCIATION. EABT MOONTA V. WAI,LAEOO. The second match for the season was commenced on Saturday, at Wallaroo. The Wallaroos went to the wickets, and Donnell and Farmer soon began scoring off-Tonkin and Hayes. Farmer left whea the score was 26 and let in Hiscock who, with Donnell, made a long stand before a separation was effected. The score waa 89 when Hiscock was well caught by BurchbU after making 28 in anything but bis best style. Snook helped Doanell to bring the scora to 98 when be and Donnell both had to leave. Donnell's score of 41 was made by real good cricket 8gaio8t wbich only one chance (tried for by two men) could be urged. Hfs mathe matical correctness in his preparations for receiving each ball, however, did not seem to meet with the approval of the fields men. Of the remainder of the team it will suffice to say that when the last wicket fell tbe total was 111. The East .Moontas sent Trembath and Hayes to tho wickets, but when 11 ...
WEEK'S RUN, BROKEN HILL. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 22 December 1888
WEEK'S BUN, BROKEN HILL. The week's run at Broken Hill has resulted in 307 tone of bullion, containing 95*716 ounces oi silver. The crashing at the Alma and Victoria G .M. ha> rea lized 700 ozs. of gold from 689 tons of stone. Both Stock Exchanges will close from the 24th December to the 3d of January. MOODI, FBAITCB AHD SXHONS will hold sales as nnder Aloonta Monthly Sale, Markey's yards, Jan. 12, at 2 o'clock. Kaditra, Monthly Sale, Nicholas* Yards, Jan. 19, 2 o'clock. MALCOLM & Co. will hold sales as nnder: Wallaroo Monthly Sale, at Malcolm & Co.'s Office, Dec. 22, 6 30 p.m., drapery, &c. Kadina Monthly Sale, Nankervis' Yards, Jan. S, at 2.30 p.m. A. SKOBT -will hold sale as nnder: Matt land Monthly Sale, horses, cattle, sheep, &C.> Jan. a, at 2 o'clock.
KADINA RETURNING OFFICER'S FEES. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 22 December 1888
I. , -: ? KADINA RETURNING OFFICER'S PEES. TO THE SDITOB. SIB,-Will you aiiowme space to correct a mistake of the £adiua Town Clerk, at a meeting of the 3rd inst. when he stated that all tbe Returning Officers, since the formation of tbe Council had taken tbeir fee &lt;of £2 2%, whether there was an election or not. , i did not take.the fee wiieu act io# as Keturuing Officer on the occasion of Mr Bawdeii's resignation as Mayor ,and Mr GaskeJl's election. 1 called Mr Manclarke'a attention to this, and be pro minedto explain the matter to tbe Coun cil on Monday evening last. Bat X regret; to say bo was not as good as hiB word. X ; was present at tbe meeting, and I natur ally thought that seeing me Mr Manclsrke wonld have been reainded of his promise* -X am, &c., J. M. ROSENBERG* Eadrna, Dee. 18,1888.
CORRORATIONS WALLAROO, Wednesday, Dec. 19, 1888. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 22 December 1888
1W allaboo, VVedtfesdayi 4)e&lt;^§fg^t888, 1 Present -- Crs Cbaifield, Heath, E. Evans, flariaso, J. Evansand Gepp. | : Apologies were received ; from tlra| Mayor and Cr Hamence Tor non-attend ance. * ID the absence of the Mayor Cr Chat field was voted to the chair. The Acting Mayor reported that he had inspected tbe fencing that was b?iag done in tbe western park lands. Hitherto_he bad refrained from any action in this matter, as they knew he. was opposed to the route. However, as tbe ratepayers bad bad ample time and opportunity to move tbe council in the matter, aud failed to do anything, he felt that he bad done all that hewas called upon to do in opposing, and that it -was bisduty as a member of tbe works committee to tBke bis part in super intending tbe work. He bad to report that tbe fencing was being carried out most satisfactorily, and - that it was probable that within tbe next fortnight tbe western park lands would be entirely closed, and in a manner that would be...
MINING. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 22 December 1888
MINING. KING GUNIA G.M. SYNDICATE.-A meet ing of the Peninsula shareholders in the above was held at Kidina, on Friday evening, when the majority of tbe shares were represented either in person or by proxy. Messrs Curnow (Silverton), Bews, Garner Styles and Nobes were elect ed directors. Mr D. Jane,an old Wallaroo miner, is in charge of '.he property, which is about six miles from Siiverton. We understand tiiat arrangements are being made with the >iew of having a trial smelting of ten tons of ore. Wtbrijllpa Smeltebs -A. telegram to the Register dated Blinmau, Dec. 20aayn : -" The Wirrialpa smelters were success folly started to day in the presence* of nearly fifty, including the Hou. P. Santo, Messrs Saul Solomon, and Clement Giles, M..P's , Hon. A. Brown, Messrs Masey, W. Mortlock, Phillips, J.P, Scott, J.; B. Austin, A. Williams, Captains Doblej Temby, and N'chol, and Messrs Mac farlane, Button, Barnes, and others. The American hearth smelters are email but efficient and some...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 22 December 1888
CATHOLIC PICNIC (Kadina ami Wallaroo amalgamated) WILL BE HELD ON Wednesday,;; Dec* 28, ?' ON THE .. , ' ; - UlCECdURSfi _ (Midway between Eadina and Wnlltuoo). &lt;£36 ._ «&lt; r«ZES ^35 -IMOIUDISG A GRAND' SHEFFIELD HANDICAP OF - £15 -- IN % O TTrB., &P R TZ E S. Distance-1^5 5*ards. STAKTER-Mr J. KEATING. JUDGES - Messrs H. ANDERSONand JOHN GEPP. PROGRAMME OP EVENTS. 1st-M&IDEN' RACE-150 yards. First prize an Aibuiu Aaiiie £1 la, gift of Mr C. i Burt & Co., with eaeli, 10a fid. Second, a Wedding Cake value 10a 6d, gift of Mr W. H. Thomas.' Entrance fee, Is. 2nd-RACE FOR BOYS TJNDEK 16 YEAE*. First priz^., an If.ketatid value 7a 6 ', gift of JSflr W- Teifer, Second, J*>lh Moulds "Tniue 5a, gift .of Mr F. Potter. En i ranee 6d. 3rd-SHEFFIELD HANDICAP (135 yards) in four prizes. First prize, £5 5s, with coal made to order, value £2 10s, gift of Mr R. Faviila. Second prize, £2, with Trousers and Yost, lidded, value £2 5a. gift of Mr W. D. Mi...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 26 December 1888
:>?;% ' QVS$pWg. 4 PfibW' WALLAROO. fglHE ADELAID E 1 STE AMTO COY., V LIMITED, Dispatch ' their Stekmeti as under, when practicable-r" From Pt. ADELAIDE theses." In*e»ti||a - tor" on SATURDAY, at noon, carry ingCargo lor Port Wallaroo, landing .same dn MON DAY MORNING. FOB PORTS PIHIE and GERMEIN, 8.8. "Investigator," Monday.' FOB. POUT ADELAIDE, . s.B. "Investigator" Wednesday.' F. CLARE, Agent, .. Wallaroo. Business Notices. PROFESSIONAL. WADEY & E. X COX, SOLICITORS AND NOTARIES PUBLIC, 02 KING WILLIAM STREET, (NeXI.RIGBY's) - ADE L AIDE. MB ROBERT J. NOBES, 454-c AGENT AT KADINAl H. W, Ufltodell, SOLICITOR, NOTARY, &c., & MOONTA AND KADINA. BOTH OFFICES OPEN DAILY. i*yj R, UFFINDELL attends all Penin ."1 aula Courts, and may be consnfted at Kadina on Monday, Wednesday and Saturday in each week, and atMoonta on alternate days. S. K. PAGE, - SOLICITOR. &c.. - GEAVES Simet,: , KADINA, and SmiN Stbeet, MOONTA. Mr PAGE itoends all neighboring Court...
CRICKET. YORKE'S RENINSULA CRICKETING ASSOCIATION. YOUNG AUSTRALIANS v. WALLAROO. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 26 December 1888
"CRICKETING Jpllarotji Jdiarneyed to Moonta on jd^Mto Yonng Australians, antptpaM; Hiscoctt&badly .wanting. The Donnell and ^a^iner^peneSl ^heaefcou'nt. Both played very carefully aiujruns came very slow iyl*m.IfS Dawsonrelieved Sanders, and ,-ktf bntee Farmer was caugbt for a patient 9. Trembatlilook the baU at the other end an4 bowled Herbert in hu first over. went out to a cor ly one and f^iie^ toget back. Edwards relieved Dawson, and tan getting became ^ei^^w^iTln> maidens' were bowled l08t. *? bffOT|aK^ofl «as ho wled, hi« 17^ tnclud single* wascompiled in good style. onlyonebftd tinju^being made.:-Fran cis from; Treabath and was 8ni£&q^tt> tbe,chains ini eaob of three o^ers thf gave' way to Allen. Harmon hit o^ jo a rtoft timeand Murtou was &lt;3£|I«a^r-,-&lt;ithfer one who made much difference in the total. Edward's last five o*eisI$£iB>--1> maidens, 5 wickets, and no rari8^£ui:&lt;fcU'56 balls, 4 runs, 7 wicket#, (all boBde...
THE LAST COURT OF REVISION. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 26 December 1888
THE LAST COUJBT OF EEVISIOJNT. THE particulars oF tbelast Court of RevisiouJJfor this district appearing in another column is of more than pass ing interest to electors. "We have j every confidence in the Beturning | Officer and those connected with him in the revision of the rolls, but still there are circumstances connected with the electoral Foils of this district unlike most others. It will be seen that no fewer than 254 have been struck ofl the roll of the House of Assembly, and 44&lt; from the Legislative j Council. No doubt there are even more than that whose names might have been removed, and if the persons have left the district it is quite right that their names should be struck off. JBut during the past month or so there has been a steady inflow of population to the Peninsula, and in the majority of cases it has been of persons who were supposed to have left permanently. It is just possible, therefore, that amongst these are men who were formerly electors of this ...
YOUNG AUSTRALIANS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 26 December 1888
i h -a Ct9ish9ajz\ j-a? * - AtJSTRAXIAN8 avsaarle c Yicary b O'LougUin ... ... 7 ,5!.CA4!ett«Tonder b Snook ... 14 Trembatb., , 23 K. PtrtfroBo not oat ... - .... 16 Bye .... - ... , 1 Total for wickets - 6® .as c :: ? Bowling Analyala. Balls. Mdns. Bans Wtts. Snook ... ? t... ? 60 2 21 1 r. &MVSW* - 30 - 19 1 Yicary ... - « - 15 - jtfeWyl i" ' - ? - i -