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SHIPPING NEWS. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 30 January 1889
SHIPPING ft jfi W s. ARRIVED. Saturday, January 20- Athena, 412 tone, Gadd. master, from Newcastle, 1&lt;> days out.. Monday, Jan. 28-Iuvestig&tor, s.s., 345 to up, Anderson, master, from Moonta Bay. Tuesday, Jan. 29-LotuB, ketoh, 86 «H6, from tbeooast.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 30 January 1889
Shipping. FROM WALLABOO. FT1HE ADELAIDE X STEAMSHIP COY., LIMITED, Dispatch their Steamers ? as under, when practicable: From Ft. ADELAIDE the S:b. " Instiga tor" on SATURDAY, atnoon.cariying Cargo for Port Wallaroo, landing same on MON DAY MORNING. . FOR POSTS PISTE and GERMEIN, s.8." Investigator," Monday. FOB POBT ADELAIDE, B.b. "Investigator" Wednesday. F. GLASS, Agent, Wallaroo. Business Uotices. PROFESSIONAL. WADEY & E. J. COX, SOLICITOUS AND NOTA3IES PUBLIC, 62 KING WILLIAM STREET, (NEXT KIGBY'b) ADELAIDE. ME EOBEET J. NOBES, 454-c AGENT AT KADINA. H. W. UfSndell, SOLICITOR; NOTARY, Src., Ac. MOONTA AND KADINA MB UFFINDELL attends all Peninsula Courts, and may be consulted at Moonta daily, and at Kadina on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday in each week. S. B. PAGE, - SOLICITOE. Sc.. - GBAVES Stbxet, KADINA, and Eixbn STBEET, MOONTA. Mr PAGE attends all neighboring Courts, and may be consulted at Kadina every Wednesday and Saturday, and at Moonta on all other days. H. D. O...
THE EARL OF KINTORE. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 30 January 1889
THE EAJtL OP KINTORE. The Earl of Eintore has arranged to receive an ex-deputation of colonists, who wish to express gratification at his ap pointment, on Thursday next. The post of Private Secretary has been conferred on Lieut. Austrnther Thomson, of the Blues; Aide-de-camp, Lieut. C. J. Innes Ker, of the Fourth Brigade of Welsh division of the Garrison of Artillery.
ADELAIDE AND LONDON TELEGRAPH. [BY SUBMABINE CABLS.] SPECIAL TELEGBAMS. THE BOULAJNGER DIFFICULTY. LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 30 January 1889
ADELAIDE AND LONDON TELEGrfiAPH. [BY SUBMABINE CABLS.] SPECIAL TELEGBAMS. (From our own correspondent.) THE BOULAJNGER DIFFICULTY. LOHDOK, TAESTUY. la consequence of the enormous major ity gained by General Boolanger at the recent election lor the Department of the ' Seine, it is generally regarded as a rote of want of pnblio confidence In the present Ministry, M. Floqnet tendered bis reiignation to the President, but he declined to * allow the retirement of the Government on this issue. M. Floqaet proposes the immediate introduction of a measure to restore the Scrutine d'Arrondissement; and to make plebisitary agitation a penal offence. General Boolanger, who remained pas sire daring M. Floquet's threats, declares that tach wonld only tend to increase the disorder .; and that sinse the Govern ment has dug its own grave it must be buried in that grave. ' General Boulanger is victorious now in twenty-one out of twenty-two electoral districts. The Press on the Continent regards the el...
Y.P. JUVENILE ODDFELLOWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 30 January 1889
Y.P. JUVENILE ODDFELLOWS. The twelvth annual meeting of the Y-P. Juvenile Society was held in the .. ? Frieadiy Societies' Sail, Moonta, on Srlurday, January 26, 1889. Present E. H. Juliau (in the chair), A. Batisti, W. Hollands, J. Nicholas, S. J. Hand, T. Elford, T. Skinner, W. Opie, T. Baker, D. Taylor, and J. Odgers, Secre tary. The balance sheet for the past twelve months was read and adopted. Thd Auditors reported everything correct, and a report showing the working of the Society for the past twelve years, pre . pared by the Secretary, was read as "follows About fourteen years ago, some mem bers in this district held a meeting to ' consider the desirableness of forming Juvenile Lodges in connection with the M.U. Society, when resolutions were adopted to the effect that our renresenta* tire should bring the matter before the nest Grand Annual Committee and at tbe Grand Annual Committee of 1874 aod 1875, motions were brought forward .to enable the directors to make laws for the...
THE SAMOAN DIFFICULTY. London, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 30 January 1889
THE 8AMOAN DIFFICULTY. London, Tuesday. The American Senate has agreed to a Bill, creating a Consul-General for Apia. The opinion entertained in America is that her action in this matter ischryataliseti against what is considered the project to purchase a cruiser in Samoan waters. The following have been appointed to office on the President taking his position in March next-namely, Blaine (Secre tary of State), Allison (Treasury), and, probably, Alger (War.), Eslee (Interior), Wanamaker (Navy or Postal), General Harrison has assured Senator Culton that under no circumstances wonld America yield her position in relation to Samoa. It iB believed, however, that the lie publican Government, when established in office, will adjust the Samoan difficulty.
WALLAROO COMPANY V.F. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 30 January 1889
WALLAROO COMPANY V.F. A public meeting was held in the Council Chamber Wallaroo, 011 Monday eyenxng, to consider the question of resuscitating the local volunteer company : Captain Clare occupied the chair, and j there were also present Captains Maugbaa, Moonta, Wohlhoan, Xadina, and about thirty members of the company and civilians. The Ghaibhax explained that at laBt meeting a resolution was carried that a meeting be held to consider the question of resuscitating the local volanteer com pany. He was pleased to fee that the in vitation had been responded to. He then explained that under existing circam* stances recruits could be provided with uniform without costing them anything. The company bad about £20 in hand, and as the Government would advance £1 each on account of next year's capitation grant, for a company of 40 that would represent £60. The cost of uniforms wonld be about £120, so that they could pay iialf cash, and there would be no difficulty ;n arranging for the balanc...
Kadinu & Mallaraa Times KADINA, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 30, 1889. THE GOVERNMENT AND THE SEED WHEAT FUND. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 30 January 1889
fJBSliw & J0Wl«a# ?imts XADINA, WEDNESDAY. JANUARY 30, 1889. THE GOVEBNMENT AND THE SEED WHEAT FUND. A private meeting of members of the House of Assembly will be held in Adelaide to-day, with a view to induc ingj^theGovernment to provide the neceBsary funds for the purchase of seed wheat for distressed farmers. The meeting has been convened by Messrs Burgoyne, Giles, Horn and Moule, and in the circular which they have issued, they set out that in the eyent of the Government consenting to the proposal, that the seed wheat advanced should be made a first charge on next year's crop. It is ^re^p^Bed that a majority of members ^iave given favorable answers, and if this' bi^-so Jbhe Government will be placed ina somewhat awkward posi tion should'they still refuse to provide jasifljiance. We fully sympathise with the distressed farmers; because .we are aware of the difficulties which be set them in acolony with an uncertain climate. Hut, at the same time, we feel bound to disagree...
DISTRICT COUNCILS. KADINA, Monday, January 28, 1889. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 30 January 1889
DISTEIOr COUNCILS. JLLDINA, Monday, January 28,1889. j Present-Ora Allen (Chairman), Taylor, Chatfield, Cowley, Oroeby, Reid, J. Allen, I Marshall, Symons, and the Clerk (E. I Maaclarke.) The CHAIBIUK reported that ainoe the last meeting of the Cooncil he had given the uierk uiBtructions to get proper notioea prin ted. This had been done, although they were not exaatly as he wanted them; however they were better than the post cards, as according to the Act written notioea had to be sent to each councillor so many days before the meeting. Ris attention had been drawn to the necessity of a spoon drain being pnt down in the golly near the new dam on the Green's Plains road. He thought it wenld be well to draw the attention of the Surveyor to I the matter. j In reply to Cr Marshall the CLEBR stated that in answer to inquiries he had received the following letters from the mine authori ties re the quantity of firewood that passed over the district roads -" Wallaroo Mi^ Jan. 18, 1889,-Rep...
CORPOBATIONS. KADINA, Monday, January 28, 1889. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 30 January 1889
CORPOBATIONS. KADINA, Monday, January 28,1889. Present-The Major (Mr A. Prance, jun..) Crs, Potter, Eddy, Dunn. Tonkin, Pengelley, Harris, Bendell and Styles, aod tbe Town Clerk. MAYOB's REPOBT. The MAYOR stated that Gr Styles and himself bad been appointed to wait upon the Local Superintendent to request that the late bus should be taken down to tbe new jetty. After the meeting he met the Mayor of Wallaroo, who agreed, if allowed, to assist. They then arranged to meet the Superintendent on Friday after noon, Jan. 18tb, and on that date tbey had a long conversation with the Super* intendent. After hearing what the depu tation had to say, Mr Whitington in formed tbem that be could not receive a depoation, However, he pointed out that the bus brought tbe passengers down to the old jetty, and that the yard was locked every night, and as the locomotives sometimes had to be used in that yard during the night, it would never suit to allow the bus to go there, as he did not consider it saf...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 2 February 1889
T1 MOODY, FRANCE & SYMONS, AUCTIONEERS, VALUATORS, LAND, LOAN, ESTATE asd GKNEBA]. S.GENVS, «AHSFfiES, Marr^e^ £.-.>-«*» sc., - effected with dispatch. Land Sales attended and Ctacsi" Sei*??"'.cms taken up. Agents for the Sou h Australian Insurance Company, Limited. Moon'a Agents for the Australian Mutual Provident Society. Several First-ClasB Hotels on hand. MONEY to LEND in Large or Small fipnjstin Bc^ffiVeeT?|l^%(fenty.i I. *? | j/FRAf (^|4 ^YMONS, Ellen Street, Moonta, Grayes Street, Kadina; and-Central Chamber*, Wayjnouth. Street, Adelaide. ^ £, j | \ £ WANTED ABOUT -1000 Acres of Laid ON TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 1889. At One o'olook. Balance of Horwood & Go's Stock. w '? " ? PUEBE'a-TOOLS. MOODY, FRANCE & SYMONS HAYS received instructions to sell by . anotion THE BALANCE QF THE STOCK OF HOSWOOD A GO. consisting of 11 S.Xt &^eraV^ i, « 11 S.«f. Tfcsee Furrow Ploughs Quantity Gum Naves 1 Spring Dray 1 Six Horsepower Vertical Engine Bheboith'i Vioee...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 2 February 1889
AMEBt ING of the KAbnfA^BEAKCH of :he WOMEN'S SUFFRAGE IE AGUE Win be Held in the COUNCIL CHAMBER on WEDNESDAY. FEB. 6tb, at 4 p.m. Ail women interested is the more* sent are earaea'Jr iarited to attend. I; D. AUSTIN, Hon Seo.pro tern. FOE SALE! OB TO LET ON SEASON ABLE TERMS. BLACKSMITH'S SHOP, Situated in the Township of Thrington, Green's Plains Went Good opening. For farther partion ars, apply to ' . i . MippB&QW, SEW., Green's PJ&ing West. | OTICE.-Notioe ^»j|ierolij *irent that I -I* All DOGS,®ieS^OWlB,*c., found TrespaBBing on &^Bons 405 and406j Hd. of Tipparta Witt»U CATTLE, SHEJIP,®®, will $e Impounded., Feb. l, 1889. r BOBGE88. W. T , (LATE SEuussb .' OF . tss . Wacuboo CO-OPSBAXTTB SlOBX,) - SON, Will OPEN A CASH GROCERY STORE Opposite the WESLEFAN G&XFBCH, WALLAROO, ON TUESDAY NEXT, 5th inBt., whentbey hope to Reeeirea Share of Pablic Patronage eo freely accorded them J while in the employ of the Society daring the i pan twelye years. , I ...
ADELAIDE TELEGRAMS, Adelaide, Friday evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 2 February 1889
ADELAIDE,iELEGBAMS, : >: i Adelwdp,jFrkiay evening.-: ,-i The Acting-Premier has confirmed the statement in reference to the withdrawal of Majo^Generil'&lt;DoWnea. A cablegram' was sent tot$e;G6rjernor yith aootifica- . tion'4hai a.d«jspatcb 011 the subject would b& forwarded. MajorGeneral Downes accordingly1" placed ' his resignation . Id the |hand| of the Governor, bat ,ifc isT not . intended to i consider it antil thfeWfar Ofj&oe has replied to a cable sent home requesting that the Commandant may be: permitted to hold &lt;his present: appointment until the dispatch atritei fromihe; War ©ffiee. Great'indignation Js . jfelt 1st the action of tbelmperial authorities. ' i ITTi'rf; /IF _ The flags of the dj^erept foreign j Coo* sulates were balf-mastedon3?riday morn ing as a token? q| rgap^iiot ihe Austrian - £ib^i|a the loaa of the Urown Prince. ;;. "(the. Sto^'^^lbige^ \ Adelaide$0* / eorpota^yiiiMi taken Bction to co-operate thej Melbourne ^^lywyj...
SEED WHEAT FOR FARMERS. [By Telegraph.] Adelaide, Friday evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 2 February 1889
SEED WHEAT FOB FARMERS. [By Telegraph.] Adelaide. Friday evening. The Commifcsioriet'of Crown Lands, had a long interview with Messrs John Darling & Son this morning on the sub ject of supplying seed' Wheat to farmers requiring iiratbe'nc»rth. The firm ex pressed their willingness to act in the matter, and authorised the Commissioner to say thatthey are quite prepared to enter into.tattia&b arrangements with any farmers jntheookmy to supply them with seed wheat, 'provided that the Govern ment undertake; not; to- interfere with the farmers they bare had an oppor tunity; of realising on their corn, should they hjftve any barreit next season. The Commissioner expressed his willingness te recommend his colleagues to,give the gaarante«.; tp . Messrs Darling, and at a cabinet meeting subsequently: the pro posal Was approved. It will apply only to those win? are notjn a- position to buy seed wheat for themselves., No doubt Mesarg^Dariing are fully able to meet all the deman...