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GREEN'S PLAINS [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 29 December 1888

GBEEN'S PLAINS The holidayB have so far passed off very quietly. Christmas was only distinf guished from other days, by its general red-hot-edness and a tea meeting on .the west plain, I'.'. 'v..' *: : Boxing daywas spent as usual; thatiB, people pleased themselves as to ^hettier they went put for amusement, oretayed at home and eDjo^ed tbeim3el*e8» There is still a little ; wbeat coming in at ibis station, but the ;wheat .tepk^ wfli: W *verj small as compiired witti t^ioBe of llafit year. _ , 5 Water., carting is quite fashionable again now, in fact, it wUl'soon be looked I irppn &b a favourite Rumour says one of:;oiir||eadin^j>nblIp| men was lately-seen masquerading Radios, .rnyediQal«Bboimii» ? ? ^ XL'-.

Publication Title: Kadina And Wallaroo Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
CORPORATIONS. MOONTA, Thursday, December 27, 1888. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 29 December 1888

COBPOEA-Tf O NS. Mooimt ^Ehspd^. ^Beceniber 27,188S. Hi irWorship the Jjl^yor {Mr H. . all the^QonnriUota iSTQio^j] that the water com ins^ect^t}; the^jPfirk Lands tanks, aund- oriejempty and another with onnp leet ol water init; atad decided to wtrtpanciwB to t^ose newest/the township and ta Kb'wafer fromThtjseibver the sandhills, with the view of having%themoleaned oat. C0BBE8PONDENGS. -From Mr Jones-"In reply to your's of the 17th inet., re painter's work at Council Chamber. I have the honor to inform the Council that the work referred to was not performed according to epeci&oation, or in a workmanlike manner,, therefore I could not certify the work as satisfactorily performed. But the contractor has since completed tlic word, and ilia re certified the account." fie I, paired, . ^ 'J-'he Town Clerk stated that the Engineer in Aihief had written to him asking for a copy bf|the town assessment. "BeBoWed that the same bs sent. Cc WILKINSON (Cheirman of Finance) re ported hav...

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THE CATHOLIC PIC-NIC. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 29 December 1888

THE CATHOLIC PIC-NIC. This annual event tame off on Boxing day and'the weather was hot enough in the morning to satisfy those who love to. bask in the son's rays. ' At the adver tised . time, the procession with banner and bannerettes left the. Presbytery; and marched through- the town, headed by the brass band. The railway: elation was, reached in time to catch! the Snowtowo train, and the probes-1 sionistB were speedily conveyed to the sceue of the day's sports. The crowds, of peoplie? who usually attend did sot torn up.till later on, when the total present was estimated at about 2t0Q0, who izrj addition to tbe sports bad the pleasure of ! witnessing a champion duststorm which never seemed to ceas'e. ; This, , however, did not interfere with the interest in the sports, nor with the committee-ln getting off .the various events. The programme provided by the committee was such as/t$| suit the tastes of alK Thanks to the pffi^ cers, there was no time lost in carryiugouf; the programm...

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MUNDOORA SPOETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 29 December 1888

MtJNDOOEA SPOETS. The following handicaps were declared for the Mundoora Sheffield : Yds. Ales. G-ardiner 2 j W. Collins H. Aahbey 2 J. Flowers T. T. Smith 2 R. McDonald A. .Fairbank 2 S. Hobbs D. P.Horne 5 J. Perry ' F, J. Mildrea 5 A. McDonald A. Milsteed 5 J. JL Longmire F. Wurfel 6 A. £. Gardiner^ A. Vanatone 6 Phil. Smith *? 1). Millard 6 ]fC. Mai^rea^f.T J. T. Blake 6 P. Cdtfey ; E. Page 7 W. Arbon .. >. ? J. M. Smith 7 E. Willis 'r

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OUR KADINA POLICE. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 29 December 1888

OUB KADINA POLICE. TO THE EDITOB. Sib,-I see by the issue of your paper of the 22nd lost, that I was charged by the ranger with obstructing a road in tbe Hundred of Wallaroo, and that the case had to be adjourned aa tbe summons bad not been served, aa 1 was a young man and it was a difficult matter to find me. I at .first treated the affair as a joke, as I have been to Kadina some sere a or eight times between the time when tbe informa tion ./was laid and conrt day, and bare seen and spoken to both the police and the ranger, and if they wanted to give me the summons why on earth did they not do so. Bat some people seem to 4hink that I left the .district to keep out of the way, and* I have been jeered and ! insulted on that account. In justice to myself I think it only fur to put the real facts before the public. For the police to make such a statement as tbat in court is both incorrect and a disgrace to them. I think tbat when the head of tbe police force hears how clever our Kadina...

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WOMAN'S FRANCHISE. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 29 December 1888

WOMAN'S FRANCHISE. TO THE EDITOR. SIB;-Women hare the power to vote id the Isle of Man, which is a distinct kingdom with a distinct Parliament of its own. Queen Victoria gave her assent to the Act in 1880. Hence there is a province of: the British Empire where wpmen vote in the election of members of Parliament. Sir Henry Loch, formerly Governor of the "Isle of Man, has testified to' the advantage of woman's vote. Women, likewise, have the vote in Wyoming, one of the territories of the -United States. Concerning the effects of women's votes the Laranie Daily Sentinel (<ine-of the chief dailies of Wyoming) says,-" We assert that woman's vote in. Wyoming has been in every particular a complete success; that the women of Wyoming value as highly the political franchise and as generally exercise it as do the men of Wyoming, that women be ing more helpless andjmore in need of the - protection of good laws and good govern ment than are men, they naturally use the power put into,...

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DISTRICT COUNCIL MEETINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 29 December 1888

DISTRICT COUNCIL MEETINGS, i NlNfflSS, Monday, Jan. 14, 12 o'clock, at Alford. KTOPABA, Tuesday, Jan. 15, at 2.30 p.m.

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PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, WALLABOO. SUNDAY, DECEMBER 30, 1888. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 29 December 1888

PRESBYTERIAN" CHURCH, WALLABOO. SUNDAY, DECEMBER 30, 1888. Morning at 11 o'clock-Iter. 1'. Bullock. Evening at 6,30 o'clock-Rev. H. Chester.

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COMMEMORATION DAY SPORTS. (By Telegraph). Adelaide, Dec 28. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 29 December 1888

COMMEMORATION BAY SPORTS. (By Telegraph). Adelaide, Deo 28. ? Commemoration Day was generally observed throughout the colony to-day - Early io the morning a westerly breeze set in and the day was agreeable. At Holdfast Bay about twenty thou sand people gathered to witness the nsnal sports in honor of the anniversary of the proclamation of the colony. -A royal salute was fired from the Protector off Glenelg at HOOD. In the forenoon on the Adelaide Oyal, the American team of baseballers played a third game in the presence of not less than a thousand spectators, and Professor Bartholomew ascended in a itaioon and. returned to the ground by a parachute. In the afternoon nearly ten thousand people attended-the Oyal to witness the International sports promoted by the South Australian Bicycle Club. . The princioal races were contested by Davis, Busst and Fenlon. The one mile test match, between, these riders, resulted in an easy win for Busst, Fenlon being second aad Davis third. The race ...

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VESSELS IN HARBOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 29 December 1888

VESSELS IN HARBOR. I J. Li. Hall, for-Newcastle. Saxon, for Newcastle. ' Vernlam; for Newcastle. IiOtua, for Port Adelaide. Success, for Port Pirie.:

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 29 December 1888

mwS|eame^^u^|inde JMrqm Ft. ADELAIDE Jor" oa SATDI^^AS'i-^^iSpi^&ggSggCeiig for Port Wittialrop, IsadEt&^waSi MtMOJ DAY MOB3SJSS-. f . k ? FOB pobts^sbje ^|g&pp|Eiir, 8.a. --s-8. " Investigator'.; . >? ... i; J #%. CLABS£ ___ . - i cssi: >'--?»'':-" -,'iif^^^f F'SbEESSIONAii. WADEY CQX, soLicrroBs AID NOTARIES PUBLIC, 62 KINGWILL1AM STREET, (NBXT BIGBY's) ADELAIDE. MB, HOBERT J, NOBES, 454-c AGENT AT EADINA. H. W. Uffindell, SOLICITOB, NOTARY, &c., & MOONTA AND KADINA. BOTH OFFICES OPEN DAILY. ME UFFIKDELL attends all Penin sula Courts, and may be consulted at Kadlna on . Monday, Wednesday and Saturday in each week, and at Moonta on alternate days.,,: . : S. R. PAGE, - SOLICITOR. &c.. - GBAVES Stebet, KADINA, and Ellks SXBBET, MOONTA. , . /.." - .' .;. Mr PAGE attends all neighboring Courts, and may be consulted at Sidini every Wednesday -and Saturday, and at Moonta on all other days. jj# D. O'flAlLORAN, LICENSED LAUD bbokeb, ALB...

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SHIPPING NEWS. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 29 December 1888

8 BL1 P P I N G N 13 W 8. ARRIVED. Wednesday, Dcccinue- 2o-Franklin, be., 365 tons, Ardersou, master, froir Port Lincoln. Thursday. Dec. 2r-Success, fcetcli, 61 tons, bom Ardrossar. Same day-Franklin. 8.8., 385 tons, Anderson, toaster, from Mnor.ta'Bav. Same day-.Tessie DarJin?, e.s., 250 tone. TVendland, master, from Port Lincoln. Same day-Investigator, S.b.,395 tone, Morrison, master, from Port Pirie: . / ' Friday, Dee. 38-Jessie Darlintr, 8.B., 150 tons, Wendiand, master, from Port Pixie.

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CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH KADINA. SUNDAY, DECEMBER 30, 1888. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 29 December 1888

COTfGfiEGATIONAL CfiDECH KADINA. SUNDAY, DECEMBER 30, 1888. Eyening '7 - o'clock-David Sterne, blind teacher of the blind, assisted by two of his blind fiingere.

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DEATH OF MR T. WARD. (By Telegraph.) Adelaide, Dec. 28. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 29 December 1888

V DEArHJQP Mfi T. WAfiD Adelai3e.Dee.28. :-*£*isrsit' 1 ryy*T?:1-r- - ? '«"> '.... r Mr j Coroner, jlie$l iJtp-daj, after en illneet lasting deatb^, , -;s. .' ."*. ."* i-'-J '. ^ 'r^rj

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Kadina & Wallaraa Times KADINA, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 29, 1888. THE PARCEL POST. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 29 December 1888

Haiimii &20allaraa ?imt3 KADINA, SATURDAY. DECEMBER 29. 1BS8. THE PATJUEL POST. THE above institution, if properly conducted, is- calculated to be of immense advantage ; but under the regulations at present in force it is a sourse of great annoyance. This is brought about chiefly by the Customs tariff, and the Postmaster-General has either failed to grasp the situation, or else has departed from his almost in variable, rule of conducting his depart ment in the way most likely to afford satisfaction to the public. In the city if a dutiable parcel arrives, the owner, in response to a notice from the Post Office, can go and see the contents examined, and pay the fees. But take the case of a person resid ing in Wallaroo, for instance, if SL parcel arrives in Adelaide from Eng gland or elsewhere. notice is sent to the owner, and' he is. asked to go And; see it opened. } Hemayhave no idea' of the nature -of -the contents, and there is nbtfaing ia the notice to throw, any light on ...

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WALLAROO MINES CHURCH. SUNDAY EVENING, DEC. 30. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 29 December 1888

WALLAROO MINES CHURCH. SUNDAY EVENING, DEC. 30. MEMOBIAX SERVICE, (late Mr W. Richards). Preacher-E«v, D. O'Donnell.

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INTERCOLONIAL CRICKET. S. AUSTBALIA V. VICTORIA. (By Telegraph.) Melbourne, Dec. 28. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 29 December 1888

INTERCOLONIAL CRICKET. S. AUSTBALIA V, VICTOBIA. (By Telegraph.) Melbourne, Dec. 28. The cricket match between the Vic torians and South Australians, was con - tinned to-day on the Melbourne Orsi. The Victorians in the second inning* made 192, and the 'Sooth Australians scored in their second innings. 57 for 5 wickets. The match will be resumed on Saturday, :

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BOXING-DAY SPORTS. MOONTA BAY REGATTA. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 29 December 1888

BOXING-DA.Y SPORTS. MOONTA BAY REGATTA. The »bo*e event came off at Moorite Ba^ iOti Wednesday, and so far as racing, is concerned was the most success ful that has yet been held by the club. But the attendance of the public was 1 smali as^compared with some past years-, although with "the increased population it was expected toj.bave been larger. The falling off, however, may be accounted.for to a large extent the disagreeable state of the_ weather. On shore the day was terribly hot and dusty. The cooler breeze obtainable on tb| jetty might have been a desirable relief K' had not the railway authorities, with that forethought which generally distinguishes them at this season of the year, covered the space between the rails on the jetty with loose, dry rubble. The eddy of the wind caused ibis to rise so that those who stood on the jetty to watch the different events, were in a blinding duststorm all day. In the morning at. 10 o'clock when the s.s. Franklin arrived from Wallaroo, the...

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KADINA WESLEYAN CHURCH. SUNDAY, DECEMBER 30, 1888. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 29 December 1888

EADINA WESLEYAN CHURCH. SUNDAY, DECEMBER 30, 1888. Pbeachers-Morning, Key. D. O'DonnolI. " Farewell Sermon." Evening, Mr Fauli.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 2 January 1889

TO BE SOLD BY TENDER. SECTIONS 57 and 58, KADINA {Boor's Plains), containing THREE HUN DEED ACRES, the property of John Mitchell, Tenders to be seut to W. R. LEWIS, Solicitor, Gawler, on or before MONDAY, January 7, 1889, and to state purchase money and terms of payment. No tender necessarily accepted. A NEW PI BLICATION. f^HE ROYAL TREASURE HOUSE of KNOWLEDGE should be in every Public or Private Library. It contains the uiost useful knowledge of the day for old and joung, on Chemistry, Botany, Astronomy, Electricity and Natural Philosophy, the most useful Book, published by Ward Lock & Co. W. J. O'BRIEN, Ardrossan, Sole agent for South Australia. Other useful works by same authors always 011 hand. EXTENSION OF TIME TO BUILDERS, rglENDEES will be received by the Under JL signed until noon of SATURDAY, JANUARY 5, for the ERECTION of a SKATING RINK at WALLAROO. Plans and specifications may be seen at Mr W. Richardson's Store, Wallaroo. No tender necessarily accepted. THOS. JON...

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