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ADELAIDE AND LONDON TELEGRAPH. [BY SUBMARINE CABLE.] SPECIAL TELEGRAMS. PROPOSED REFORM IN THE ELECTION OF UNITED STATES PRESIDENT. LONDON, January 3. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 5 January 1889

ADELAIDE AND LONDON TELEGKKAPH. [BY SUBMABINB CABIB.] SPECIAL TELEGRAMS. (From our own correspondent.) PROPOSED REFORM IN THE ELECTION OF UNITED STATES PRESIDENT. . .LONDON, January 3. Mr Springer, a member of the House of Representatives of the United States,; has introduced a bill into Congress which provides for an important modification of the Presidency. itae 4bill fixes the term oE oooupancy to six years instead of fonr, as at present, and does not admit of re-election.

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KADINA WESLEYAN CHURCH. SUNDAY, JANUARY 6, 1889. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 5 January 1889

KADBTA WESLEYAir CHURCH. SUNDAY, JANUARY 6, 1889. PbeACTSB1-Moroing, Mr Hooking. Evening, Rev, T. Edmeadg;

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MOONTA MINES TURKS v. HAMLEY STARS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 5 January 1889

JWOOHIAMJANB TUEKST. HAULE? STABS. 1 These olabs played at Moonts Mines on December 24. * Tbfe Tnrk8 'seor?d 62, of whSbbm:Harvey BJBde9f ^^*.' . ~Bele/7. The-Stott made :'|5 ranBtr9f *huh Metberali ifarks. took'Swiblrets for 2 .: ?:: -gm.

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SHIPPING NEWS. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 5 January 1889

SHIPPING NEWS. ARRIVED. Wednesday, January 3-Charles and Arthur* echooner, 170 tone, Begeut, mauler, from Souih port. Thursday, Jan. 3-Jessie Darling, s.s., 260 tone. Wendland, master, from Port. .Lincoln. Friday, Jan. 4-Jessie Darling, s.b., ISO tone, Weadlaad, master, from Franklin Harbor.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 5 January 1889

Shipping. iSROM- WALLAROO. THE ADELAIDE STEAMSHIPOOY., MMITEDi Dispatch their Steamers as under, when practicable j- . . ; EromEt. ADELAIDE the s.s."In»e*tfga-.; tor" qnSATURDAY, at noon, carrying Cargo lor Port? Wallaroo, landing same' on MOST- . DAY. MORNING. FOB POSTS PIRIE and GERMEIN, s;«. " Investigator," Monday. FOE FORT ADELAIDE, --8.8. "Investigator" Wednesday. F. CLARE, Agent, .Wallaroo. . Business notices. r"AL. WADEY & E. J. COX, SOLICITORS AND NOTARIES PUBLIC, 62 KING WILLIAM STREET, (NEXT RIGBY's) . ADELAIDE. ME BOBEST J. NOBES, 454-~c AGENT AT KADINA. H. W. TJffindeU, SOLICITOR, NOTARY, &c., &c. MOONTA AND KADINA. MR UFFINDBLL attends *11 Peninsula Courts, and may he consulted at | Moonta daily.and at; Kadina on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday in each week. S B. PAGE, - SOLICITOR Sc.. - GRAVES Stbeet, KADINA,; and Eceen Stbbet, MOONTA. Mr PAGEaitends all neighboring Courts, and may 'be consulted at Sad ink every Wednesday and Saturday, and at Moo...

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VESSELS IN HARBOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 5 January 1889

VESSELS IN HABBOB. .SaJtoPjfor-Newcastle. Verulam, for Newcastle. Charles and Arthur, for Fort Adelaide. Lurline, for coast.

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SAILED. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 5 January 1889

SAILED. . Thursday; . January [2-J. L. Hall, barque, 682 ttons Gowen, maater forNewoastle. Same day-Jessie, Darling, 160 tons, Wend laad, tnaster/for Fraiilctin Harbor. Friday, December 28-Jessie Darling, B.B., 150 ions, Wendland, master, for Port Lincoln.

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MOONTA MINES TURKS V. CROSS ROADS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 5 January 1889

MOQOTA MINES TUBES r. CROSS ROADS. On Saturday Inst, the Moonta Mines Tnrks journeyed to Cross Koads to try conclusions with the Cross .Roads club, whieh ''resulted in an easy win for the TurkswithS wickets to spare.; Subjoined a&Jfre;scores' ""I V'" CEOSS EOADS. r,_tL. Bettinspn.jb.Iiord ... ... 2 f B.Abrams b Surrey O jOor o.Sampsoo b lord... O J.^Liddel (capt) b Trembath ... 15 T. Cook b Har'cy 0 ; . .^.^argwanna b Trembath ... 7 r T. Bowe b Sampson ... ... 25 JSJos.^Bpttinson,bSampson ... 2 ' ¥. Perry b Sampson ... 3" . ; ; .. .^ jBhillipB b fSampson... .;. 1 ;L J. Spnr not oat ... ... . ... ... 4 ? . j Byes ... ... ?... ... S t Total ;... ... 62 j Mdim^MxxtsTvBKB. .. . "FT "Richard* b Abr&ns ... 0 1 A. aPrembathb Abrams ... 1'4 . ®. PryoifbAbrams ... ]. >' J. Bele ran out ... ... O , ! ,i'j{Ei;Beie'notont ... ... 9 '^ / ; i, S.HBa«p»on (top4) b Spur ... 38. - I J. Hsrrej not oat... ... '3 ' . latal ... ... 65

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ADELAIDE AND SUBURBAN ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 5 January 1889

'AbgfifttDE AND SUBURBAN ASSOCIATlOIf E. 6. Keen c Hayes b Mitchell Jttcharils not oat Hales Lb.w Trembath T. Bennett retired S. JameB b Humphries ... TTftttam b Trembath ... ? " J.ltoFieb Trembath... Perkins iiot oat' Bye _ ... .. ... ." ... Total for 6 wickete

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COCOANUT. December 29, 1888. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 5 January 1889

OOCOAJPrUT. December 29,1888. . -Harvesting is almost over out this way, being about a month in advance of any previous finish, bnt the results are the l very worst to be recorded against this district. The winnowing does not occupy much time and the carting lees. If one farmer has attained an average of 9 bushels to the acre he mast be the luckiest 40#n .-under the moon. A man sowed 50 bagaon 200 aorei and reaped 40 ; another jgot £ bag 8 off 100 acres. Yes, it is a fact, there are portions of paddocks that have not been reaped. That's farming with a vengance; we shall all sooner or late retire with fortunes. Water car ting brings up the rear besutifully. Christmas Day -was a shade too warm and dry for us to appreciate out door soorts. Boxing Day eelipsed anything that has^falleu to onr un happy lot; the wind and dust were be yond description. Bags, wheat, chaff ind roofs of hay stacks and anything else offering has gone on a little further. Mrs Hestlow, a resident, met with a nast...

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MANAGEMENT OF OUR RAILWAYS. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 5 January 1889

1 MANAGEMENT OF OUE RAILWAYS. BDHOB. SSra^TJie CommiesionerB of our rail lys no d'oabt iiar^ a lot to pat np with, d mcire^o abawfr for, and to they ould when they allow tbingB on our ilwaya jta _gora(lically wrong, as the; don Taesdayiitt (January 1,1889), at joontall 3]Jfct6re were large bills posted roughTthe diatribt informing the public that the railway authorities would convey passengers to Wallaroo and back on the . abpye date. -I with several others made up my mind to visit Wallaroo and witness the regatta;. We armed at the railway station a quarter of an hour before the advertised time for starting, and saw about \300~: people waiting to proceed to Wallaroo. We waited some tune to allow .those most eager and fond of orushing on a very hot day to get their tiokets, never thinking for a moment that the number to ? retaken was limited^ but such turned out ; to be the .case. Oat of about dOO people . over 200 had to forego the trip and pass the day io the best way they could. M...

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CRICKET. ADELAIDE AND SUBURBAN ASSOCIATION V. Y. P. ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 5 January 1889

" " ; CRICKET. ADELAIDE AST) SUBURBAN ASSOCIATION T. " ' ' ' T. P. ASSOCIATION. The match, Combined Association, ? Adelaide and Suburban -Relation, drawn at Wallaroo on New Years day, was as AUSTOAXIAJS S. W. Humphries c Ke® b Bwi®® **. Mitchell i.b.w. Perkins... .« *.* a* 3. Humphries b Howell .- j Edwards c Hattams b Howell ... ... * , Trembath b. Hates ... ... *." j. R » . ..JSoaob b JIcFifi . gj Allen up' """ o JJ. Snook. run out ... - - - : >®ee1ey o Keen b Perkins » Total - 231

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GREEN'S PLAINS. January 2,1889. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 5 January 1889

GEEB1TS PLAINS. Jannary 2,1889. The first day of the yew 1889 will long be remembered here. It was ushered in. by- a strong north wind which grew and increased in strength until noon, when, it changed over to the weBt, and brought along a heavy rain. About 3 o'clock the rain ceased, the wind abated, and the sun- shone out to give pleasure seekers a chance to get home (and a sorry sight some of them presented as they came home). As the night set in, dark sloodsbegan to rise and it was evident there was something in the wind. About half past 9 o'clock, a train, accompanied by "lightning and thunder, dashed, wildly across the plain, shrieking and snorting like some alighted monster; it seemed to be sheading towards Port Wakefield. About midnight came the delage. For abont.an hour the rain fell in torrents; men sprang from their beds. and seised anything that would scrape mud, and rushed put into darkness and water in search of their tanks, Flashes of light ning occasionally lit op the ...

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A SCHOOL OF MINES FOR THE PENINSULA. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 5 January 1889

A SCHOOL OF MINES FOR THE PENINSULA MUCH interest will be taken in tbe remarks which fell from Mr Cloud, before the Wallaroo Board of Advice, on Thursday, on the above question. There is no better authority on this subject in the colony than Mr Cloud, and even those who have a very strong desire to see such an institution established, in this important mining centre, will feel that his arguments for focusing the teaching power in a central school in connection with the University are unanswerable. The feeling in the past has been (and we have been foremost amongst its advo cates) that better men would be turned out if the students were in close proximity to our large mines, where they could gain a practical as well as a theoretical knowledge. And this holds good still, if we were' going to educate copper miners only. But the experience of the past few years has shown, that the number of gold and silver mines are likely to exceed those of copper, and as the conditions of i working ar...

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Kadina & Wallaraa Times KADINA, SATURDAY, JANUARY 6, 1889. OUR RAILWAY MANAGEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 5 January 1889

JEoMtta fc 3®allaraa ?\vm KAD IN A, SATURDAY, JANUARY 6, 1889. OUR EAILWAY MANAGEMENT. A letter in another column directs attention once more to the utter helplessness of our railway manage ment m providing for the holiday traffic on our local lines of railway. Our correspondent affirms that a large number of persons were waiting at the Moonta station on New Year's Day, desirous of being cony eyed to "Wallarooj, but the rolling stock pro vided was altogether inadequate, and apparently no effort was made on the part of the authorities to meet the emergency. By subsequent enquiry we learn that about 800 were carried, while something like 200 were left behind. If this was an excep tional case it might be overlooked. But ever since the local lines were purchased by the Government this has been an annual occurrence. Prior to that the railway company, were in the habit of fitting up a few sets of ore trucks, which were dispatched at an early hour, at a «heap rate, and the tram cars were u...

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ASSAULT ON A MARRIED WOMAN. TWELVE PRISONERS COMMITTED FOR TRIAL. (By Telegraph.) Adelaide, Friday evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 5 January 1889

ASSAULT ON A MARRIED WOMAN. TWELVE PfilSONEES COMMIT TED FOR TBIAL. (By Telegraph.) Adelaide, Friday evening. At the city police court to-day thirteen yonng men whoBe ages ranged from fifteen to twenty-four years were charged with assaulting a married woman named Margaret Abbot, liying apart from her husband, in Byron Place, Adelaide, on New Year'a morning; The evidence of prose? cutrix stated that a dozen larrikins forced an entrance into her house and assaulted her. The statement was partly corrobor ated by two witnesses. In cross examin ation it was elicited 'that tbfe woman had been in gaol for drunkenness and larceny, and had been immoral. . Several of the defendants «et op an aZi&iand one (Kyan) was successful, being discharged before the case finished. Ail the other defend ants were commjttejd for trial, bail being allowed.

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WALLAROO LOCAL BOARD OF ADVICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 5 January 1889

WALLAROO LOCAL BOAED 03? ADVICE. The usual monthly aeeting of the above was held at the Court: House, Eadina, on Thursday morning. There were present Messrs Jas. Malcolm (Chair man), Rendell and Bows. < An apology was received for the absence of Mr A. F. Taylor, ' ; J 4 The Chaxbman reported that the letter' which had been prepared, asking the Government to establish a school pfmihe's on tbe Peninsula, had been signed by kH bat the President of the WailarW Institute. Bat Mr Cloud bad ; kindly consented to attend and explain bits views on the subject, and was present'for the purpose that morning. The Chairman further reported that the visit;of the Board to Kadina, Wallaroo and Wallaroo Mines schools had been postponed until after the holidays, He bad consented to. the closing of the Alford school on Dec. 11, being the oeoasion of holiday sports, &o. A very successful entertain - meat bad been given by the Wallaroo Public School children on Dec. 14, the proceeds of ...

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CONTRACT FOR WELL BOEING. (By Telegraph.) Adelaide, Friday evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 5 January 1889

CONTRACT FOR WELL BOEING. (By Telegraph.) Adelaide, FrldaT evening. Two tenders have been accepted by the ' Government from Austral-American Bor ing Company, one for five thousand feet of boring east of Lake Frome, and the other in the north. The Company's tender for five thonsand feet on the Nullabor plains was considered too bigh.

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CORPORATIONS. WALLAROO, January 2, 1889. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 5 January 1889

CORPORATIONS. WALLAROO, January 2,1889. I .Present-His W orehip the" Mayor (Mr Jas. Malcolm- J.P.,) Crs. Gepp, J. Evans, W. Phillipe, Heath, E. Evans, Harman, Chatfield and the TowriClerk. < " . MAYOB'S BEPOBT. : The Mayor reported that whilst in ( Adelaide be had interviewed the Com missionerB of Railways concerning matters which were brought under their notice while on the Peninsula. As. to the relay ing of the Wallaroo and Moonta line, they seemed favourable to the alteration, but thought it would be little use proposing such an expenditure now, especially as the alteration would entail the alteration of all the liues in the mines. As to the introduction of a steam motor on the pre sent line, it was considered that the motor would be too slow. As to a central station for Wallaroo, the Commissioners disapproved of the present arrangement of having three stations, but they had not decided what should be done to remedy the evil. ' As to the assimilation of | wharfages, on...

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LOED ROSEBERY ON OUR COLONIES. (The Times, Thursday, Oct. 11). [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 5 January 1889

LOED BOSEBERY ON OUR COLONIES. (The Times, Thursday, Oct. 11). Yesterday, at Leeds, Lord Kosebery gave a striking illustration of the two apparently irreconcilable sides of his character as a public man. In the after noon Lord, Bosebery discussed Imperial affairs with, a ;®ool .sense and .sagacity which contrast strangely with the pre judice and partisanship which distin guishedliispQlitical speech In the evening. It wonld be intolerable to the public, and we^onotintend, to follow Lord Bosebery through the maze of argument by which he apparently,vsatisfied himself and his audience that the temporary alliance of the Conservatives with the Parneliites in 1885 yas altogether abominable, while lans with the J^ujellitesin 1886 was alto gether righteouir; that Lord Harrington's charge against him of inconsistency in heaping opprobrium upon the former alliance is undeserved j and that the Con servatives are " the fickle and reckless " party. We turo with relief to the speech of Lord Bosebe...

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