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DISTRICT COUNCILS. NINNES, Monday, Jan. 14, 1889. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 16 January 1889
DISTRICT COUNCILS. Nikses, Monday, Jan. 14, 1889. The meeting waa held at Alford. There were present-the chairman (Mr Or. F. Mills), Crs McDonald, Cooke, Patterson, Ax ford, and Young, and the clerk (Mr Cowan.) From the Crown Lands Office notifying that the earn of £200 had been plaoed to the credit of the council. From Kadina District Council, acknow ledging receipt of estimate of cost of grubbing road at section 14, Hd of Kadina, also inform ing the Coancil of their willingness to pay half the cost. Received. From Mr Kennett re boundary road from Fan-ell's Corner, eastward. Referred to Kadina Council. j From Y. P. District Council tc charging [ portion of clerk!s salary to Road Fund. From R. Walsh re road to Bute, ex plaining that when be tendered for work he did not understand that the road was to be grabbed into the township. To be informed that his contract ends at railway gate. From Kadina Council, asking the Manes Coancil to pay a proportion of the Inspector of Width of Tires...
Kadina & Wallaraa Times KADINA, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 16, 1889. LIFE SAVING APPLIANCES. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 16 January 1889
Staitiira &10allania ?ms KADINA. WEDNESDAY. JANUARY 16. 1889. XIFE SAVING APPLIANCES. Ik another column reference jb made to the painful Accident which happen ed in connection with the testing of the rocket apparatus at the Sema phore on Saturday last. It does seem strange ihafrin this colony an y notable reform for the jsafety of the public has been the ofctfcome of fatal accidents rather than an^y foresight on the par^ of those whose.duty it is to attend to snch matters. ^ So far as life-saving ap plxances^on^oiir coast line are con cerned, until the wreck of the illfated Star of Greecewe were xesting satis fied that ampleproyision was made. The annual.jTef^rtB of the Marine Board-the responsible body in this respect-set out that jthe several stations had bpen visited and the gear inspected, and that everything, includ ing life tioats, was in first-lass order. But, unfortunately, a time arrived when the appliances were required, and whafc w^s ihe result? It was found that ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 16 January 1889
Yorke's Feninsnia Annual Races. - THE ABOYE_« ANNUAL RACES WILL HAXS PLACE ON THE OLD. 4iA££ - COURSE, ?- - i: * ' MIDWAY BETWEEN KADINA AND WALLAROO. On Wednesday, Feb. 20. 1889. Handicappeb: : MR H. HUGHES. - PATBOH: ME W. B. ROUNSEVELL, M.P. ' PRESIDENT: j ME D, BEWS, M.P. VICE-PRESIDENTS : Dbs. GOSSE and^RpBtNSON, MESSRS S, S. RALLI, J-jWARTIN, L. L. FUBNER, C. A. MOOBY.andT. N. GR1ERSON. Oomjottee : MBSSB* W1LLSHIRE. TAIT, HERBERT, MITCHELL, HALL. CHATFIELD iDUNN.iFBANCE. PRICE, QUINTON. McDONALD, BURTON, and GEPP. ^ * SotWASDS * Usssbs HERBERT, CHATFIELD, TAIT, PRIOE.DI NN, WILISHIRE, and TTAT.T. JODQI. Mfi A. ij'KAiyuiSj Jus. *£ Stabteb: MB A. MARSHALL. . dOUBBK of S0JlDB3: .. MR W. L QUINTON. HON- Tbeasubeb : M» THOS, HERBERT. PROGRAMME OF RACES. Maidekb-20 Soft. One Mile. Weight for age. Entrance, One Guinea, on Feb. 7, 1889, at, 8 p.m. Open to all maiden horses. Handicap Hukdlbb-25 Sova. Two MileB, over 8 jiimpa (sheep hurdles). Nomina tion, 16a, 11th Jannar;, 1889, at 8 p...
SOUTH AUSTALIAN RAILWAYS. (By Telegraph.) Adelaide, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 19 January 1889
SOUTH AUSTALIAN RAILWAYS. (By Telegraph.) Adelaide, Friday. The Government railway lines now j open for traffic extend over fifteen hun- ] dred (1500) miles. j The number of passengers who travel' Jed last year amounted to three millions eight hundred snd sixty seven thousand and nine (3,867,009), averaging ten thou sand five hundred and sixty five (10,565) each day. The goods traffic amounted to eight hundred and ninety one thousand and thirty eight (891,038) tons. Tbe total receipts amounted to eight hundred and seyenty seven thousand'five hundred and seventy six (£877.576) nine' teen shillings and eleven peace (£877,676 19b lid.) ,
SEED WHEAT FOR FARMERS. (By Telegraph.) Adelaide, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 19 January 1889
SEED WHEAT FOE EABMEBS. (By feiegraph.) Adelaide, Friday. Messrs Bnrgoyne, Horn, Giles, and Moule, M.P's following up the deputation re seed wheat, have forwarded a circular to the members of the House of Assembly asking if they would support the Govern ment on advancing a earn for the purchase of seed wheat for the distressed farmers, the same to be made a first charge on the nest year's crop. They suggest that in most cases the District Councils would undertake the distribution and collection of amounts next year. Already a large number of favorable replies have been received.
ADELAIDE TELEGRAMS. Adelaide, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 19 January 1889
ADELAIDE 2 ELEGBAMS. Adelaide, Friday. ] The Directors.of the Tram Companies in the colony are considering the proposal made by an English Company to purchase all their lines. The Bailway Commissioners have decid ed to accede, to the request of the Govern ment of New South Wales to allow the Locomotive Engineer (Mr Thow) to nut Sydney and report on the locomotive work shops and plant. Mv Boss, one of the quarantine passen gers, was relied jesserday to proceed to jfew Zealand. His family still on the Islands, _______
COMMERCIAL. Kadina, Jan. 18, 1889. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 19 January 1889
COMMERCIAL. Kadina, Jan. 18, ISS9* I "Wheat, 4s 3jd per bashel. Flour, £1010s per tou, retail 22a per bag. Bran, Is 2d per bushel. bollard, la 2d oer "bushel The following are the rosatl ^prices current for prodaoe at fttwlina: Batter Is M per lb. Bggs, 9d per doses. Cheese, prime, Is per lb. Bacon.lOd per lb. Iiard. lOd per lb.. Dripping, fid per lb. Moonta, Jan. IB, 1889 The following are tbe prims current for prodaoe atMocata Wheat, (gross weight) 4s 4Jd per bushel. Pionr, rotter, £11 per toa; stone, £10 10s do.; retail. 23B per bag. Bran Is Id per buahel, retail le 3d do Pollard 1b Id per bushel, retail la 3d do. Chaff, £A 5s per too, retail £& 15s do. Dairy produce is in good demand* Sutter (fresh) *IB Id per lb, retail, 1B 3d to Is Id do. JSgga-fGreah) 8d per dozen, retail XOd do. The following are the prices current for produce at Mtoonta; Wallaroo, Jan. 18, 1689 Wheat, Is 4d, per bnshel. Flour, roller. £11 18s, per toa; stone, £10 15B, do. Bran, Is 6d per bnshel. Pol...
EXPORT OF FRESH BEEF. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 19 January 1889
EXPORT OF FBESH BEEF. Ixi accordance with a resloution passed by the Congress of the Argentine Republic to grant a bounty to encourage the export trade in fresh beef, the Government have guaranteed interest at the rate of 5 per cent, per annam on a loan of ten million dollars, for a period of ten years. The proceeds of the loan to be invested in factories where the beef will be prepared for export.
THE GERMANS IN SOUTH AFRICA. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 19 January 1889
THE GEKMANS IN SOUTH AFRICA. I It has now been-.ascertained that the Arab rebels, who destroyed the German Mission Station at Daressalem, in Zanzi bar, a settlement under the coBtrol of the German East African Company, had massacred eight German missionaries. Toga, one of the leaders of thoinrargents who fled, was recaptured by the Germans who succeeded in giving a large camber of slaves their freedom.
WEEK'S RUN, BROKEN HILL. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 19 January 1889
WEEK'S RUN. BROKEN HILL. The week's run at Broken Hill has resulted in 384 tone of bullion, containing 91,600 ounces of silver. HOODX, FjU-HOB xbj> Bymohs will hold sales as under Kadina Monthly Sale, Nicholas* Tarda, Jap. 19, t o'clock. Horses, pigs, implement*, &a., on the farm Hd. of Kadina, (known as Mrs Tanks) for Mr J. Jenkins, Jan. 21, at 1 o'clock. Fat cattle at Parnftll A Bowmau's Tarda, Walla roo, Jan, 28, at 11 o'clock. Horses, cattle, pigs, Ac., os the farm Hd. of Tickera, by order of Robert Howard, Jan. 29, at 1 o'clock. Moonta Monthly Sale, Markey*s yards, Feb. 9, St 2 o'clock. U&Z0OUI A Oo. mil bold saleB aB under Wallaroo Monthly Sale, at Maloolm ft Co.'a Office, Jan. 36* Horses, cowit pigBt Implements. Ac., on the late Mr W. Malcolzs's farm, Iiinoolnsfield, Hondrod Wiltnnra, Feb, 1. £ o'clock. Kadina "Monthly Nankervis' TardB, Feb. 2, at 2.30 p.m. A. Sarosr trill hold sale as :~r Mai t land Monthly- Sale, horsed cattle, Sheep, Ac., Feb. 2, at_2 o'...
SHIPPING NEWS. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 19 January 1889
SHIPPING NEWS. AEEIVED. Thursday, Jan. 17-Jessie Darling, b.b., 160 tons. Wenclland, master, from Port hmooln. Same day-CaAell, B.B., 79 tons, Johnson, master, from Fort Brongfaton. Friday, Jan. 18-Jessie Darling, s.e., ISO tons/ Weudlaiid, master, from Franklin Harbor.