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COMMERCIAL. Kadina, Feb. 1, 1889. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 2 February 1889

COMMERCIAL. jSAdica, -F«b,4, 4880. -4 Wheat, 4a 3d per bushel. Floor, £10 fie per ton. retail 22s to 24s per bag. Bran, lsiHil perbnsheU ' tollard, Is 3d per bushel produce at Kndina:- . Batter Is 4& 'per lb. Bgg8,9dperdo»n: i,' Cheese, prime, 1b per lb. Bacon, lOd per lb. I»ard,'10dparlb. Dripping^ .M^wr lb. y Moanja, TeH. 1, 1889. The following are the prices entreat far produce (tlioontt Wheat, (gross weight) 4|£<1 per bnshel. Floar, roller. £Hper tan j- -stone, £10 10s do.; retail. 23s per bag. Bran* la lgaer-biishel, retail Is 3d do. Pollard 18*138 per bushel, retail 1b 3d do. Chaff, £4 5s per ton, retail £4 16B do. Potatoes, 8s6d par owe. Dairy prod ace is in good demand. Batter (fresh) 1* Id .per lb, retail, 1b 3d to Is icl do. . Eggs (fresh) 8dper do*en,retaiU0d do. Wallaroo. Feb. 1, 1889 The following are thegiidSS entrant for produce at Wallaroo: Wheat, is 3d, per bnshel. Flonr, roller, £11 Ub, per too; atone, £10IBs, do. Bran, Is 3d per bnshel. PoUard, ...

Publication Title: Kadina And Wallaroo Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
CHINESE IN AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 2 February 1889

CHINESE IK AMERICA. The Chinese Minister at Washington has asked the; Secjre^,y of State for- the United States (Hon. Tiioa. F. Bayard) to regard the aty rijjh^g for the admission of Chinese isto the United States.

Publication Title: Kadina And Wallaroo Times, The
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MAIL NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 2 February 1889

' ^tAIX. MOT1GBS. flimt Britain Ao- Feb. 4-Via Suez Oroya, l.XS p-tn; newspapers, 12.16 p.m.; IAr^e Bay and Semaphore H.JO rp.m, fiort Adelaide, 12.10 p.m. aewspapers, 11.10 ? a.m.;' late - letters Q.P.O. 2.15 p.m. Adelaide;, Railway Station 2.30 p.m., Fort Adelade Bailway Station 3.46 p.m. Britten andforeign ^parcels post per above steamer, closes G-P.O. Feb, 2, at 6 p m. Feb. (-SAJtB. -HohenEollem.' IPeb. IB-Via Torre* StraUsf IttS ji.m, Feb. IB-Via San f ranoiaoo, express^# 9,m. - March 1-Via Mar &eilles. Hjl.8. Saliiiel 2.30 p.m.; newspapers, 1-30p **V -j. 4 '... * AMoa.-HaTOb 1-Sal&zie, 2.80 p.m. to Maurltlag. tbenoa per .first opportunity. Mauritius-Marob 1-M.M.S. Sal&zie, 2.30 p.m. Hew Zealand-Feb. 4-Overland, 2.30 p.m. via Melbourne. «». ?".ITS Wegtflra Australia.-February 4r-B.M.S. Oroya, l.lfi p.m. . Kangaroo Island-February 2-James Oomrie, 7 iTaile for New gouth Wales, Viotoria, Queens land, and Tasmania close daily {except Satur days) at % JO p.m....

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DEATH, OF THE CROWN PRINCE OF AUSTRIA. CONFLICTING RUMOURS. SHOT BY AN INJURED HUSBAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 2 February 1889

DEATH, OE THE CBOWN Wtifcm'&V AUSTEIA. CONFLICTING RUMOURS. SHOT BY AN INJURED HUSBAND. Moat conflicting rumours are current concerning the circumstances attending the death of Archduke Rudolph, the Crown Prinee of ^d'stria. The iateat version is that the Prince had taken a married lady to his Chateau, and that he was shot by the lady's hus band. The funeral will take plaee on the 5th inst. There mil he'Into foreign Princes present. The post 7nortem, \X is alleged, show that the cause of death was -paralysis of the heart, the result of rheumatism.

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ADELAIDE SHARK MARKET. From Mr. H.D. O'Halloran, S.A. Stock Exchange (By Telegraph,) Adelaide, Friday, 4.32 p.m. GOLD. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 2 February 1889

ADELAIDE SHARK MAEKET. I From .Mr.IL D;0*iJWlora,ivS. A. Stoak Exohanue Telegraph,} , ' Adelaide, Friday, 1.32 p.m. . ' GOLD. Birds ... . - - Baker's Crock . - .*» Alma {b) ... ' - ..." Mt. Moon ... ... ." CQPF*B. Moonta ... .... Wallaroo ... Great Benovrie Mutooroo (pro) ... Opbara (con) SttVEB. Block 14 - . Treasure . Sooth (pro) - ... Junctions ... Wheal Watkios (con) '?! Victoria Cross ..... ' Broken Hills . ' - ?... BLook 10 British Blocks ... , . - , Central (oon) Korths lady Brassey

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REPORTED DEATH OF THE KING OF HOLLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 2 February 1889

REPOftTJSD. DEATH OF THE KING OP HOLLAND; It is reported that -William HI, King of ;the Netherlands, who has bees in a low state for some time is dead.

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WEEK'S RUN, BROKEN HILL. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 2 February 1889

"WBEK'fi llUN, BROKEN HILL; Tbe week's run at Broken Hill has reseated, in 417 ions of bullion, containing 91,782 ounces of silver. J . Moonr, FAurdBAjivSsiroira.idll hdld aaJes as antler: Land, Ac., at ftioea* Hotel, Artlrosfian, for Mr H. Wilson, Feb. 4, at 12'o'clock nbon. Balance of Horwood & Go's stock, implements, tools, Ac., Feb. 5* at 1 o'clock. ,. Horses, cattle, pigs, &cl, on the form in the Hd. of Ninnes, for Kenneth Fraaer, Esq., Feb. 6, at U o'clock. .. Farm stock, implements, household furniture, Ao., on the farm, Hd. of .Kwina, :for Mt H. O.W. Meier, Feb. S, at one o'clock,. _ Moonta Monthly Sale, Marker's yards., Feb. 9, at 2 o'clock. Land knowpaaJ. jCromptOn's, the Mart, Ellen. Street Moonta.Feb. 9, at 3 o'clock. - Valuable freehold property,5 blacksmith's tools, Ac., on the premlaes oi Sir ISdward Cnrnow, at Thringtoo, Green'e Plains W«et, Feb. 12, at one o'clock. Green's Plains Monthly Sals, at BoonsyVs Tarda Tab. 14,2 o'clock'. " " Kadina Monthly ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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RETURN OF MR. COLTON. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 2 February 1889

RETUBN OF MB.- COLTON. The Hon.; Jflbn CpHon returns to South Australia by the Oricaba.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 2 February 1889

Dr H. B. £« $eare HAS CO.MiC^OED ilie PEAOTICE is; cJCADHTA. AT HOME i ^tJO Sfaamg j 3-4 After noon ; 6-9 Er6a&|^ " "J RESIDENCE - Dr. Ohsiaiber#' Houee next KaamM Eo^\TPort $p$4. .... for Dyspepsia T7se Borsford's Acid Phosphate Dr T. G. ViWDEEr, M.E.C.5., and L.R.C.P. Handsworth, near Birmingham, England, says: "In cases of atonic dyspepsia, I consider it superior to any of the dilute mineral acids of the PharmaoopcBia." The best medicine known is SANDER and SONS' EUCALYPTI EXTRACT. Test its eminent powerful effects in coughs, colds, in fluenza, etc.,-the relief is instantaneous. His Majestj the ?£ing of Italy, and medical syndicates all over the globe, are its patrons. Read the official reports that accompany each bottle. MoBler, M.D., Prof. University, Greifswald, reports :-The Euca. Extra, proved magnificently successful in very seyere contusions, bruises, sprains, wounds, scaldinge, broken ribs sad limbs. (Med. Journal, Nov., 1881).-In diseases of the kid neys, either ...

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OUR NEW GOVERNOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 2 February 1889

, OURKEW GOVERNOR. Lord Kintorfc, the new Governor of South l&atriatia^feu received Bishop Kennion, Sir Herbert Sandford. the Hon. David Murray, aDd numerons other pro mioeat colenists tioir'in London.

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SHIPPING NEWS. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 2 February 1889

SHIPPING NEWS. ABBX7ED. Thursday, Jan. 31-JeBaie Darling, S.B., 150 tone. Wendl&nd, master, from Port Ionooln. Friday, Feb. 1.-JeBbie Darling, &.B., 160 tons, Wdactiand, master, &om Franklin Harbor.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 2 February 1889

iilUl <«« 3-;tU1» Vji.Sj;f .= - :-. is& 'Abel AIDE -I STEAMSHIP COY-, »: LIMIT E J), Dispatch ':their-Steamer? as under, wtenpraeticable:-e ' From Pt. ADELAIDE the 8.8. " In»estiga- j tor" on S ATUBDAY, atnoon, carrying Cargo j for _Port WaUaroo, landmg Bftine on MON-1 DAY MOBNING. if.;: fob POETS pians ana-GER^qsiN, s.B."iDrestigafor,",.Moziday., TOR POB3P ADELAIDE, . -*b.bI "Investigator" Wednesday.-1 F. CTi A BK,'Agent, . , Wfdlaroo. «g». I PROFESSIONAL. "WADEY E . J. COX, SOLICITORS AND NOTASIESPlJBI,IO,J r XNEEE-BieB^fi)' : A ' ME ROBERT J. NOBE8, 454-c AGENT AT HADINA H. W. UfiSnden, SOLICITOR, JJOTABY, &cT ,&o. MOONTA Aim KAD3jrAL MB UFFINDELL attendeall Peninsula , Courts, end, mey.-be consulted, Moonta daily, and at &adina' on. Monday, Wednesday, and Friday in each week.~ S. E. PAGE, - SOLICITfffir&O..: --: OSATSB SlTBffiBT, 3IADINA, and' Eixkn STEEET, MOONTA. Mr PAGE attends all neighborin^Conrts, and may be consulted,. at...

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VESSELS IN HARBOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 2 February 1889

YBJBSBLJS IN HA&SOB. ; J Alhena, from laOtOS, for Poi

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SAILED. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 2 February 1889

SAILED. Thursday, Janv^WBS».e,JDatUii8.»>B./aijns,360 Weudtand, mwtkiyfo i^ranlnin Harbor". . . " ' Friday, February l-"-3e8eie Darling. B.B., .ISO Mo>i Wendlandf cna^t^r,' torTTraftkliii Harbor.

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NEW SOUTH WALES AND THE PARIS EXHIBITION. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 2 February 1889

NEW SOUTH WALES AN D THE PABIS EXHIBITION. 3?he Committee hag offered Sir Saul Samuel, Agent-General for -New Sooth Wales, three-thousand feet of space in a good positfaa i in- Jppcader's* G-arden, on which to' erect necessary buildings for the display of New Sooth Wales products at the Paris' Mxhibition. s

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EXTENSIVE ROBBERY. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 2 February 1889

EXTENS1VTS ROBBEBY. A burglary haataben place at the office of tbe Secretary of tbe American Lega tion, l^oadtatpaad'aboat £7,000 worth of jewdl^jr'lrtabeBa^toJfln

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MINING. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 2 February 1889

MINING. Gunliffe M.IHIHG Sthdicate-A meet ing of this syndicate was held at Moonta, on Thursday evening, Jan. 31. Dr Janes who occupied the chair, briefly ex plained that the object of the meetingr was to consider what was best to be done in the interests of the syndicate, whether to wind up or to endeavour to float a com pany with a capital sufficient to develop the property. Mr Luke, late; Manager, said he would like those present to leant, from him what had been done since tbeJ last meeting. That gentleman then stated tbat they bad sank two pits ten feet deep on the course of the lode eastward from the main shaft, and had so far as their knowledge went, proved the continuation; of the lode in that direction. Mr P. Boach, said that the only course they could adopt to successfully carry on the property would be to float a compaqy of ten thousand shares with no proprietors shares, but a proviso could be put in the prospectus that when the mine paid that the syndicate shareholders sh...

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CORPORATIONS. WALLAROO, Wednesday, January 30, 1889. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 2 February 1889

COKPOBATIOm YVAX-LABOO, Wednesday, January 30,1889. Present-rThe Mayor (Mr J- Malcolm, J.P.,) Crs Gepp, Phillips, Harman, E. Evans and Hamence, and the Town Clerk (Mr A. Yoang). The MAYOE reported that in conjunc tion with the Mayor of Eadina (Mr A. France, jun.,} and Cr Styles, he had interviewed the local Superintendent of Railways respecting the question of tak ing the late car to the shore end of the new jetty, and also the erection of a bell near the stables, so that those -who were travelling by the late bps, and perambu lating the new jetty might have sufficient notice to be able to return. The manager informed them that he could not re&eive them as a public deputation, but he would be pleased to afford them an interview, and what they desired would be duly for warded for the consideration of the Com missioners. The object of the interview'? having been explained Mr Wellington took them over to the yard and explained the jdifBcalties that would have to be " overcome b...

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AN IRISH INFORMER RECANTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 2 February 1889

AN" IRISH INFORMER SECANTS. i The witne^», Tliomes O'Connor, who recently ga»e ,«Tidence of a most damag ing nature .against .the Irish Land League, before tbeSpecial Commission, has re canted. He now declares that the evi dence wKiohlie gate was wholly fictitious.

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ADELAIDE AND LONDON TELEGRAPH. [BY SUBNARINE CABLE.] SPECIAL TELEGRAMS. BISMARCK'S SUCCESSOR. LONDON, Jan. 31. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 2 February 1889

ADELAIDE AND LONDON TBLBGftAPH. V. - <HTjagg^rC». R. Jan. i The Contemporary Review contains a somewhat-&tarliog-ertiekr-ii hieb exposes the efforts that are being made by Prince Bismarck to haye" hfa eon,Count Herbert Bigraarckr^pTtomte^7aB^i«~8uceesior. |The writer critwHseai the character of young Bismarck, making speei^referenae to the brutality Which he iinB exhibited toward^ the Dpwftg^r-EjnpresH Tiafcoria It also refera in trenchant terms "to anti English' feeling displayed bytbe present Emperor, whiefrhas been displayed, notablyin. the, insults: be has offered to the Prmee -of Wales. The effect which audirale 'would' have upon European affairs is regarded as moat momentous.

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