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WELSH CHURCH SUNDAY SCHOOL ANNIVERSARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 15 August 1888
WELSH CHURCH SUNDAY SCHOOL, ANNIVERSARY. /, The services in connection with the aboye: anniversary were held on Sunday and Monday last in the Institute \ETall, Wallaroo. On the Sunday sermons were preached by lievs D. O'Donnell (morning), H. Chester (afternoon), and John Lloyd (evening). AH the serrices were well attended especially was this the case in the evening, numbers being unable to obtain admission. The Monday evening public meeting in tbe Institute Hall was _yery well attended.-Mr W. Davies occupied the chair, and on the platform, in addition to a large choir, were the Here. T. Wood (Church of England), H. Chester (Presbyterian), W. Jarrett (Primitive Methodist), and A. Hodge (Congregational.) After singing the Rev. T. Wood read a short portion oT scripture, and the Rev. W. Jarrett offered np prayer. The CITAIBMAW in his introductory remarks referred to tbe enforced absence of their pastor, the Rev. John Xloyd, who through business in another part of the colony was unable t...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 15 August 1888
NOTICE. The Wallaroo Office of this paper will be open daily as heretofore. Any orders for printing, advertising, &c., left there will receive immediate attention, as will any items of news which may be left by correspondents and others. Our Mbonta Agency is under the man agement fif Mr D. Archibald, Ryan St., opposite Post Office. D. §? A. F. TAYLOR. Kadina, August 3,1888.
DISTRICT COUNCIL MEETINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 15 August 1888
DISTRICT COUNCIL MEETINGS. I Cunxok, Aug. 18, 11 a.m. at Arthur ton. Unraizs, Monday, Aagnst 20, at 12 noon at Alford. Ktjlpaka, August 21, 2 o'clock, p.m. Kabuta, Monday, Aagnst 27, at 2,30 p.m,
THE NEWSPAPER CONTRIBU. TOR'S TEN COMMANDMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 15 August 1888
NEWSPAPER CONTRIBU TOE'S TEN COMMANDMENTS. The following version of the " Contri butor's Ten Commandments" is taken from a Sweedjsh paper. It would be in teresting to collate it with any similar decalogue existing in other countries:-. 1. If you wish to send a communica tion to a paper do it at once. What is new at this moment is no longer so to morrow. 2. Be concise in your statement, for thereby you save your onn time and that of the reader. Explanations, not words ; facts, but no reflections on them. : 3. Be simple, write distinctly, do not talk about to-day or yesterday, but give the name or the date. 4. Begin frequently a new line, which gladdens the compositor. Write short senteijpes, for the benefit of the reader. Do not forget to puqgtuatp properly. 5. Do not correct single letters or qum bers, but cross the whole word out when a correction is wanted. 6. First and foremost, write only on one side of the paper. A hundred lines on one side can be cut into ten pieces, and set u...
Kadina & Wallar[?] Times KADINA, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 15, 1888. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 15 August 1888
.gate X Wallam ?imts KADINA, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST IS. ISB8. THE STAR OF GREECE ENQUIRY. THE Select Committed appointed by the House of Assembly to enquire in to the failure to rescue the shipwreck ed crew of the Star of Greece have completed their labors, and handed in their report, a copy of which appears in another column. At the time the fact of seventeen lives being lost when pa little required to be done to save them, was calculated to bring a blush to the cheek of most South Australians. But the eyidence in the enquiry shows that the reason of there not being many similar disasters; is not because we have bad either the men or the appliances capable of dealing with such causalties. When the news of1 the sad occurrence ,spread, the first impression was that the Government were to blame. And it was not until the House met on the Tuesday follow ing that this impression was remoyed; The Treasurer's statement effectually ] answered those who sought to saddle him with the responsibilit...
THE TIMES LIBEL. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 18 August 1888
I THE TIMES LIBEL. - Referring to the libel action-brought against itv;jby. Messrs O'Connor and fiedmond, the Times states that the in tention manifestly is to distract attention, and to divert the miods of the people from tbelarger issnes involved in the enquiry relating to Parnellism and Crime." It states it is its purpose to defend the action, but at the same time not to be tnrned'iuide from its coarse. The charges to be investigated by the Commission it undertakes will be clearly proved,
COMMERCIAL. Kadina, Aug. 17, 1888. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 18 August 1888
COMMERCIAL. Kfidina. Aug. 17, 1888. Tho following are the retail prices current for produce at Kadina: Wheat. 3s 2d to 3s 3d per bushel. Floor, 15a 6d per bag. Pollard, Is 2d per bushel. Bran la per bushel. Butter (prime) lid per lb. Bggs, 9d per dosen. Bacon, lOd per lb. Wallaroo. Aug. 17. 1888 Wheat, 3s 2}d to 3s 3Jd per bushel. Flour, roller, £8 Sa per ton; stone, £7 15s do. Bran lid. Pollard, Is. fhe following are the retail prices current for piodtrce at Wallaroo: Dairy Produce Butter, fresh, Is to Is Id per lb.. Cheese, Is to Is 2d per lb. Egge, Is 2d per dozen. tard 9d per lb.. Bacon Ud to Is per lb. Hams, Is to Is 2d per lb. Potatoes, 4s 6d per cwt. Moonta, Aug, 17, 1888. The following aTe the prices current for produce at Moonta: Wheat 3s Id per bushel. Dairy produce Potatoes, £5 to £5 Ss per ton, retail 6s 6d ant. Chaff, £2 10s per ton, retail, £3. do. Butter, fresh, present price is lOd per lb., retail Is do. Kfcge, fresh, are plentiful, no demand, 8d per dozen, retail li...
MAIL NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 18 August 1888
MAIL NOTICES. Great Briton Ac-Aug. 20-Via Suez, Cnzco. 1.15p.m.; newopapers, 13.18 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. 2.15 p.m., Adelaide Railway Station 2.30 p.m., Port Adelade Railway Station 2.45 p.m., Saitish and foreign parcels post pgr Cnzco, dosw at General Post Office August, IS, 5 p.m. Aug. 20-N.G.L.S. Salier. Aug- 30- Via Marseil les, H. M.S. Caledonian, 2.30 p.m.; newspapers, 1.80 p.m.Sept. 1-Via Torres Straits, per steamer to Melbourne, 12.43 p.m. Septemper 3-Via San Francisco, express, 2 pan., late letters 2.39p.m. Africa.-Aug. 30-Caledoneen, 2.S& p.m. to Ma.nrMd.tiB, thence per first oppounity. Mauritius-Aug. 30-M.M.S. Caledonien, 2.30 p.m. New Zealand-Aug. 20-Overland, 2.30 p.m. via Melbourne. Western Anstralia.-Aug. 20-R.M.S. Cnzco, 1.15 p'.m. > Kangaroo Maud-August 18-James Comrie, 7 a.m. Mails for New Soutli Wales, Victoria, Queens, land, and Tasmania close daily (except Satur ...
LOCAL COURT. MOONTA, August 17,1888. (Before T. J. S. O'Halloran, Esq., S.M.) [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 18 August 1888
LOCAL CODBT, Moosta, August 17,18§8. (Pefore T. i. 8. 0®alloran, Esq;, S.M.) =i Melmn y. WIGWAMS. -rrClaim £d, for goods agd molley lent. > * Mr pffindell appeared for the' plaintiff, and Mr Page for defendant, who pleaded indebted to the mm of £4, butthat the -claim for £2 was satisfied before action. ; r . . . - V i Witnesses were ordered odfr of court. 1 In this case theplaintiffhadsold £2. worth ot pork to darendantj arid had alw of his children while Williams ;waa ntBioken Hill. I%e defendant, lioyefer^affirmed that tjje pgrk Pffed waB the . gtyon loi' thisamount without ts>st», ^ * r" ^ | . Woseicl t.1 WAE3tofQWK,/U.J.S.-01a>m £3. 17i 3d. Mr, iFage for ./'ptqap made" for £l per month,1 fint^^mentlOtK September, ?' ?; ' ' ; ^-1' " J