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MINING. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 26 January 1889

MINING. HAMLBY.-Tbe Directors' report to be presented to the shareholders at the half yearly meeting to be held on January 31, states thata dividend of 2s per share frill be payable on January 17. Captain Cowling, in his report, says:-" During tbe past half-year we have delivered to tbe E. and A. Copper Co. 322 tons 9 cwt. of crashed and jigged ore of 35£ per eent., and 31 tons 12 cwt. of slimes of 23$ per cent., or a total of 353 tons 18 cwt., and we hare now in course of dressing about 20 tons of crushed and jigged ore worth about 30 per cent. The quantity of ore raised during six months is 394 tons. Tbe number of hands now employed is sixty.. The machinery on the mine is in good working condition, and doing its work satisfactorily." KING GUNNIA C.M. SYNDICATE.-Qapt, Jaoe, writing on January 23, reports the shaft down 20 feet. He had four tons of ore dressed for sampling, and expected to have the balance of ten ion sample ready in a week. The main part of the lode was dipping sout...

Publication Title: Kadina And Wallaroo Times, The
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THE NEW CABLE ROUTE. [By Telegraph.] Adelaide, Friday evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 26 January 1889

THE NEW GABLE BOUTJE. [By Telegraph j Adelaide, Friday evening. The Minister of Edaoation has received the following oabl|^^jbiirain of Di rectors ci^e1li||^^^pa Telegraph CompaopiD Iiondofi. in reply to hi* cable of< J^dKpi^ telegram received ; jam^ry xauoh pleased ito tear that your ^rornaipnt have *dealt.|piib! the question la Jlflb ^liberal spirit. As the proposed arrangement for**our newoable appears to me to fairly deal whtiall interests con cerned, I trust that it will prove satisfac torylo all partje8,ao3That tHe increa80d facilities wbieh the cable will afford will be appreciated by the colonies generally A message sent to the Western Austra lian Government has not yet etioited a reply. .; V / :

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RAPID RAILWAY TRAVELLING TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 26 January 1889

RAPID RAILWAY TRAVELLING TO THE EDJTOJB. SIB,-Qan you interpret the following ? According to a time table 1 haye before me, dated June 1883, the train, for Kadina, &c. left Adelaide at 10 in the morning, arriving at Kadina at 1.46 total journey, 6 hoars 36 miautes. Now we leave at the same hour, 7.10, and arrive at Kadina, not some hour or so earlier, ob 1 dear po, but at |.3g, or S, total journey of 7 baurs 26 minutes7 I suppose I must be awfully thick-headed pot tp be able to see how 6 years ioaq advanced age should cquse the train to travel £0 minutes slower on a journey of 117 miles, but I cannot really under* stand it. The only solution of the prob lem I can give is that some of our red tapists require to be superannuated-age ib telling upon them too heavily,..audiat what rate we shall be travelling in anothsr 6 years if they are left tq qia^age affairs, it is difficult indeed to say-17 two thircl miles an hoar ial883,;15 two-third miles in 1889; -in 8*me: proportion, 1...

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WALLAROO VOLUNTEER COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 26 January 1889

WALLABOO VOLUNTEER COMPANY. THE meeting held 011 Wednesday evening at "Wallaroo discloses the fact that tbe local volunteer company is not flourishing. At present the total strength is not more than twen ty men, whilst thirty is tbe minimum strength required under the present Act. The residents should bestir them selves, and attend the adjourned meet ing to be held on Monday evening. It would be a crying shame if the principal seaport in Spencer's Gulf allowed a local corps to be disbanded for the want of a little energy. It cannot be pleaded that we have not a sufficient number of young men. A football match brings out twenty that would be a credit to any volunteer force, whilst amongst the onlookers sufficient for another company could be selected without any difficulty Nor can the expense be pleaded as an excuse. In 1878, when the com pany was first formed, a uniform cost £3 10s to £8 15s, and the volunteer had to pay the whole of the money out of his cown pocket. But now the uni...

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Kadina & Wallaraa Times KADINA, SATURDAY, JANUARY 26, 1889. THE MOONTA BAY LINE. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 26 January 1889

KADINA, {^ATPEDAY, XiNUABY 26, 1889. THE MOONi'A BAY LINE. "Wheit looking np., fche records of a hundred years ago,~we of the present day are freiguently amuaed, andthink to oureelvrs, "What a funny lot of folks mull have lived at that time." Kbw, it seems to us , that much less ., time thana hundred years will suffice to Create/ the same feeling in the minds ofordinarily intelligent people if they come acrosB, for instance, a copy of the iamWandlfare table of the line of railway constructed with the view of conveying passengers from Moonta and-, the Mines to Moonta Bay. We have already published in our open .columns a description of the timetable, and- therefore we need make no "further reference to it now except to say' -that the popular idea, viz., that.gconvenience is its leading feature^ jand apparently: the chief design of the framer, ia eminently cor rect. JSoffc'k&tbthe fare table. The distance &om the Bay to the town ship iB s^nit three miles, and from the l...

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CORPORATIONS. MOONTA, Thursday, Jan. 24, 1889. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 26 January 1889

COBPOBA.TIONS. MOONTA, Thursday, Jan. 24, 1889. Present-tiis Worship the Mayor (Mr H Martin), Councillors Wilkinson, Marshall, Crutchett, Emerson, Hill, Vercoe and Grummet, and the ^fown Clerk 1 ( W. J. Phillifc£j V.-N 1 Tbe Mayor reported tbe receipt of a < circular from the Municipal Assocation notifying the meeting for the 25th inst.^ . ? QUESTIONS. ^ The following questions were put 'by,; >j Cr Crutchett and answered 1»y the Mayoj; -1st, On what works was the earn ex pended that appears in the balance sheet for 1888, as public works,-for £199 9s ? Chiefly in _street cleaning, which was given in the Mayor's report and would answer all practical purposes. 2. What amount of wages were paid ? See Mayor's last report. "U. "Cost of horse and cart hire, road metal, tools, paint ankl painting done? See Mayor's last report. 4. Amount paid. to the Overseer of publie works p See Mayor's last report. (5 per cent on public works). 5. Cost delivering and commission on the sale o...

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WEIGHTS FOR THE YORKE'S PENINSULA RACES. To BE RUN WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 20. HANDICAP HUBDLES. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 26 January 1889

WEIGHTS FOR THE YOEEE'S PENINSULA RACES. To BE BJ^R WPNIFESPAY, FPBBUABY 20. HANDICAP HUBDLES. St. lb. Don Quixote 11 7 Jerry Sneak ... 11 4 Patchwork Simpleton Arrow ... Mioawber Vanity Q-eneata Lightning 10 3 10 0 Nellie Waitra~ while Alpha ,,, .. Agent Y.P. Hahbicap. at. lb. Gent' St. lb. , 10 o 9 12 . 9 10 . e 7 et. lb. 7 12 Arrow Vanity Cent Dream .. 9' 8 ;; 9 4 .. 8 10 ..8 7 .. 8 5 Pxyrtro Handicap. pfc. B*. fit. lb. .. 9 IS i Sequence Flush 7 9 .Lady Richmond 7 8 Ivanhpe .7 4 Miss Lockleya 7 0 9 0 j Alpha 8 9 j Jewel ' 8 5 j Rnbican Lady Richmond 8 3 ) Miss Arrow ... RAILWAY Staxes. ?>«r lb. Arrow $ 11 Miecavrber ... 9. 7 Don Quixote 9 ' 5 Q-enesta... ... 8 9 Lightning ... 8 7 Cent ... ... 8 0 I 1 7 4 7 0 7 0 Bt; lb. Lady Richmond 7 11 ftfieaLookley? 7 & I»anhoe V.I 7 6' AJpha.... 7 4 Royalty" ."* J" 0 A. Destitute Buird. BISHDP of Si. Asaali rieml. M.OUK troiiUit"?. T.uiquiu. A ^>i-picii>ns fira iii (or Uous«i, in Adelaide. AMERICA shutting put foreigners. T...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 30 January 1889

HOODY, ERANCE & SYMONS, AUCTIONEERS, VALUATORS, LAND. LOAN, BSTAT3 amp GENEEAI AGENVS, fT\SANSFfiBS, tfortgigea, Leases, &c,. JL effected with dispatch. Land Sales attended and Credit Selections token up. Agents for the Sou.h Australian Insurance Company, Limited. Moon+a Agents for the Australian Mataal Provident Society. Styeral First-Class Hotels on hand. 1 MONEY to LEND in Large or Small Suns on -Good Freehold Security. ; MOODY, FRANCE & SYMONS, Ellen Street, Moonta, Grayee Street, Kadina; sod Central Chambers, Waymouth Street, Adelaide. : i 1 SALE BY AUCTION. IIIDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1889. At one o'cloot. AT ROSEHILL FARM, ON THE CLARE BO AD, ABOUT THREE MILES, EAST OFpHB lOWH OF KADINA. BY ORDER OF MB THOS. RODDA. IN CONSEQUENCE OF HAYING SOLD THE FARM. HORSES CATTLE MACHINES, &e. MOODY, FRANCE & SYMONS HAVE receired uctiou? rroui Mr Thos. Rodd», who has »oid hie farm, to sell as above 12 Head good farm horses 2 Cows in milk 4 Heifers 1 Reaper...

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MINING. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 30 January 1889

MINING. THE INVINCIBLE C.M. SWDICATE,-We are requested to state that intending shareholders may pay their money direct to Mr J. N. Lewis, manager of the Bank of South Australia, Kadina. WHEAL HUGHES C.M. Cor.-At this i mine work is proceeding steadily, but yery little ore is being raised. There is at Gooper's shaft a small pile (about 5 tons) of fair percentage ore. Momrr RHINE S.M. COMPANY.-Speci mens of fabler ore have been taken from No. 2 shaft in the Mt. Shine Silver Mine, the first .silver ore discovered in S. A. and as hitherto its presence in a mine, has been a sore indication of rich ness and permaneney, its discovery has a very important bearing on "the future ef this most promising property. YBLTA. MINE-- Operations at this promising property are being vigorously carried on under Captain Nancarrow. Messrs May Brothers, of Wallaroo, are busily eagaged in removing and erecting the machinery from the old workings on the property to a site near the trial shaft, where a pair o...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 30 January 1889

AT WAT.T.tP/in JOHN CLARK & CO., HAVE OPENED A CASH BOOT PALACE ON OWEN TEEUACE, WALLAROO, *** Next Door to Mr Chatfield's. J. CLARK & Co., intend carrying on a Strictly CASH BUSINESS, and are confident that their w VERY LOW CASH- PRICES Will command a good share of the trade. JOHN CLARK & Co., KADINA DRAPERY PALACE, KADINA BOOT PALACE, WALLAROO BOOT PALACE. PBOSPBCTITS 03? THE II1M1 IIIPPII! Ill SYNDICATE. CAPITAL: £2250 in 300 Shares of £710s each. O 150 Shares to be isSBued to present Proprietors as fully paid up, together with £400 cash (recoup for expenditure incurred in developing the mine.) 150 Shares to be offered to the Public at £7 10B one'.-.. The proceeds of Contributing Shares, amounting to £1125 to be dealt with as follows::-£400 to be paid to present Proprietors, and balance, after paying preliminary expenses, to be placed to credit of Syndicate for the purpose of developing the mine. When 100 Shares are applied for the Syndicate will be consid...

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PORT WAKEFIELD CORPORATION. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 30 January 1889

PORT WiXBSXWliD COttPOBmON. TO THE EDITOR. SIB,-Can anyone inform me when we may expect to see tlie Corporation balance .heet.as the time expireu on the 30th tof tills month, and so far as I kno wnothing I'- has^^ndoneapto-tfaepresent^me; K wid u dte^own clerk appou^dto cjo jthu and other duties, or only to draw his salary; and is the Major elected for iho purpose of carrying out the duties apper taining to the office or simply for the honors; and if either the Mayor or the Town Clerk neglect their dnties is there any remedy, or most we simply pay our rates and look pleasant ? -I am, &c. RATEPAYER. Port Wakefield. 26th Jan. 1889.

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WALLAROO MINES JOTTINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 30 January 1889

"WALI/A3JOO AIINBS JOTTINGS. Br " WisrzE." J Things are getting rather hot here. The Committee, appointed by the men a few days ago, to prepare and present a memorial praying for an increase of wages, bate received a reply, which was read at a meeting held in tho Reading Boom, on Saturday afternoon last, by the President (Mr William Nichols). The reply is; as follows:-My directors beg to iotimate that they Cannot comply with the prayer of the requisition tor the following reasons., -namely, they cannot grant 60s per week to non-practical miners. As to practical miners, they have the thing in their own hands, by the tendering system $ and the Board are glad to learn that many pairs are already eaTniog 60s per week, while still more are earning 60s per week, the amount asked for in the memorial. Atid, farther, that die Board are only receiving £13 per ton more for their copper than they did before tbe rise, which took place at the end of 1887- The forgoing is the substance of the repl...

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COMMERCIAL. Kadina, Jan. 29, 1889. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 30 January 1889

COMMERCIAL. Xadina, Jan. 29j 1889. I Wheat, 4b 2Jd per bnshel. ~ Yloar, £16 ss~per ton, retail 22s per bag* jBtsa, lfi 3d per bnshel. . Pollard, Xa 3doer bushel Thefollowing ate the retail prices current for prodaoe-At-Ssidina: Batter 1» per lb. Eggs, 9d per dozen. Cheese, prime, 1b per lb. Baoon, lOd per lb. X>ard, lOd per lb. Dripping. 6d per lb. Moonta, Jan. 29, 1889. The following are the prices current for prodnce at Moonta Wheat, (grott weight) 4B 2d per bushel. Floor, roller, £11 per ton; stone, £10 10s do,; retail. 23s per bag. Bran, Is Id per bnshel, retail Is 3d do Pollard Is l|d per bushel, retail 1« 3d do. jggjChaff, £4 5$ per ton, retail £i 15a do. j||Pot&toes, 8s fid per cwt. 'Siiryprodnoe ia iu good demand. Batter (fresh) le Id per lb, retail, Is 3d to 1b 4d do. Eggs (fresh) 8d per dozen, retail lOd do. Wallaroo, Jan. 2, 91888 . Thafollovring are the prices current for produce at Wallaroo: Wheat, 4b 3d, per bnshel. Flour, roller, £lllfiB, per ton; Btone,£10...

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ADELAIDE TELEGBAMS, Adelaide, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 30 January 1889

ADELAIDE 'lELEGBAMS, Adelaide, Tuesday, j The Bev. William Beed, late pastor of the Kadioa Circuit has consented to con duct tho Harvest Thanksgiving Services in the Kadioa Wesley an Church, on Sunday next, Feb. 3. Arrangements will be made later on by the. Conference for the future supply of the Circuit, until the arrival of the Rev. J. B. Stephenson, A telegram received this morning re ceived this morning reports heavy floods at Tennant's Cteeb. The Hon. G. C. Hawker, who is at present absent in England, intends send' ing in his resignation as a member of the House of Assembly.

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ADELAIDE SHARE MARKET. From Mr H. D. O'Halloran, S. A. Stock Exchange (By Telegraph,) Adelaide, Tuesday, 4.40 p.m. GOLD. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 30 January 1889

ADELAIDE SHARE MARKET. " From Mr H. D. O'SalVoran. S. A. Stock Exohiwge {By Telegraph,) Adelaide, Taeaday, 4.40 p.m. GOLD. Mi. Moore 0 6 3 Bidge ... ... 0 0 8 : Birds o 7 7i Baker** Creek 3 17 3 Almar-(t>) ... ... 19 6 Conn. fMoonta ... ... 612 0 ^ftihgpaCpio) 0 12 r.t JPo icon) 0 0 8} ,wheaX.Hughe» (oon) ... - ... 0 0 6 "Wallaroo 2 4 0 Silyhb. Victoria Cross ... ... 0 010 Wheal Watkins (con) 0 18 Treasure ... 0 0 9 Rising Son Extd. 0 10 Blook 14 419 3 0. E, Nine-mile (pro) 0 13 Block 10 1 11 3 Nprtfas 1 13 9 i Junctions 18 6 Broken Hills ... 288 0 0 British Blocks ... 4 7 6 Central (pro) - 0 14 6 - Do (oon) 0 9 t) Pioneers 0 4 3! 8. A. Smelting Company 0 17 o Gipsy Girl 0 5 o Wbite'Xieads 0 3 0 ' South Extd. No. 1 , oon < Southern Cross (eon) 0 19 South .(pro) 2 12 6 Hisdiahrsh Trams 0 3 o Mitcham 2 0 0 MOODY, Fxisob im> Sxkobb will hold Bales as ikrcter-. ? .Horses, cattle, implements, &c., at Bose Hill Farm, on the Clare road, for Mr Thos. Bod da, Feb. 1,...

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BLOCK 14 SILVER MINE. [By Telegraph.] Adelaide, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 30 January 1889

BLOCK 14 SILVER MINE. [By Teletjraph.] Adelaide, Tuesday. The smelters on this property were started this morning, and everything was found to ran smoothly. The event is causing a considerable amount of excite ment in Broken Hill. Messrs Patten, Sehlapp and other mining notables assisted in starting the furnaces.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 30 January 1889

4 Dr H. £. H« Feare 'j' '?'jfWAS COMMENCED the PRACTICE JCJL. ofrbu Profession in KADLNA. He may be consulted daily at Mr Evane, 'Chemist, between 10 and 11 a.m. and 5 and,6 p.m. Messages requiring Patients to be visited will be promptly attended to bv Dr Feare.

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ENGLISH, SCOTTISH, AND AUSTRALIAN CHAPTERED BANK. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 30 January 1889

ENGLISH, SCOTTISH, AND AUS TRALIAN CHAPTERED BANK. The Directors of this Bank have solved to increase its capital.

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KDINA WESLBYAN CHURCH. SUNDAY, JANUARY 27, 1889. THANXSGIVING SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 30 January 1889

K&DINA WESLBYAN CHURCH. SUNDAY, JANUARY 27, 1889. TEHAHXSORVUFG SKBVICES. PKEACHSE-EE*. William Beed, late pastor of i . of circuit. . ;

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GERMANY AND THE SUGAR BOUNTIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 30 January 1889

GERMANY AND THE SUGAR BOUNTIES. The Secretary to the Treasury has as sured the Beiehstag that there is so reason agaiuBt Germany executing her part of the Sugar Bounties Contention.

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