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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 6 February 1889
Shipping. FROM WALLAROO, THE ADELAIDE STEAMSHIPCOY., LIMITED, Dispatch 'theirSttiairiera as under, when .practicable t- ; " ^ ~ From Pt. ADELAIDE the s.s. "Instiga tor" on SATURDAY, at noon, cariyingCajgo for Port Wallaroo, landing same on MOM DAY MOSSING. FOB PORTS PIRIE and GEEMEIN, s.s." Investigator," Monday. FOB POET ADELAIDE, . ? s.s. " Investigator" Wednesday. 3T. CLARE, Agent, Wallaroo. Business Notices. PROFESSIONAL. WADEY & E. J. COX, SOLICITGBS AND NOTARIES PUBLIC, m KING- WILLIAM: STREET, (NEXT BIGOT'S) ADELAIDE. ME BOBERT J.NOBES, 454-c AGENT AT EADINA. H. W. TOftndell, SOLICITOB, NOTARY, &o., ice. MOOETA AND EADINA. MB UFFINDELL attends all Peninsula Courts, and may be consulted at Moonta daily, and jat Kadina on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday In each weak. S. R. PAGE, - SOLICITOR. &c.. - GEATES STEEET, KADINA, and EXXXK STEEET, MOONTA. Mr PAGE attends all neighboring Courts, and may be, consulted at Sidini every Wednesday and Saturday, and at Mo...
COMMERCIAL. Kadina, Feb. 5, 1589. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 6 February 1889
COMMERCIAL. :v?jQLa(iin&, Fe& 5, )S8£>. I Wheat, 4b 2d perjbuthe!. Floor, £10 5b pec ton, reiaiil 22s to 21s per bug. Bran, Is 2Jd per buchuU Pollard, is 3d uer oust,.': The following a.ie the jetuil privea carve..('&lt;>? produoe at K&dina: Batter le &3 pi5r ib'. Eggs, 9d per dozen. Cheese* prime, la per lb. Bacon, lod per lb. Lard, 10d per lb, - Drlppasgrsa perlb. " ' , MOOD la. Feb&lt; 6, 1889. The following aie the prices current for produce .tMoonta- - - Wheat, (gross weight) 4s 3d per bushel. Floor, roller. £11 per ton; stone, £10 10s do.; retail. 23s per bag. Bran, Is Id pet bushel, retail 1b 3d do Pollard Is Hd perfend^iretaU Is 3d do. C^aff, £15s per-ton, retail £4 16B do. Potatoes, 8s 6d per out. Dairy produoe is in good demand. Better (fresh) Is Id per lb, retail, 1b 3d to Is 4d do£ .. - - - Eggs (fresh) 8d par dozen, retail lOd do. Wallaroo, Feb. 5, 1889 The following are the prices onrrent for produce at Wallaroo; Wh...
ANGLO AUSTRALIAN SOCIETY OF ARTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 6 February 1889
ANGLO AUSTRALIAN SOCIETY OF AETS. Mr Ingram of tbe Jlluitrated London News, who is President of the Anglo. Australian Society of Arts has just re* ceived a collection of oyer three hundred pictures for exhibition in the Australian colonies. An exhibition will be opened in Sydney, which, amongst other exhibits, will include a number of etchings sent by Mr Mortimer Mem pes, tbe South Aus tralian artist now in London.
Kadina & Wallaraa Times KADINA, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 6, 1889 [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 6 February 1889
JEflteoa k SBultaa ?ims KADINA. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 6. 1889 INSOLVENCY. -- Edssaxd J. Robins, of Wfllamolka, laborer, in forma pauperis. ' PASKEVILLE RACES. - Nominations for above most be lodged "with the Secretary on or before Feb. 12. " JEsfiAiUM.-In oat issue of the I9th inst., vre erroneously published the name of Fritz Casiatn as haviog been fined for dronken xiesB. It should have been Wilbelm Jorgen sen. ? .. . ' ' ATTCTION SALE.-We would remind our readers of Messrs Malcolm & Go'a sale this afternoon, on the farm of Messrs J. & 3). Gilbert, near Cunliffe, .when they -will offer ±he land, stock, implements, machines, &c. J)SCSS. - Charles Broerii, was brought bftfote Mr W. H, Wilkinson, J.P., on Mon day msraioz, apd fined 5s* SOT imbibing too freely oh Saturday, and for damaging a padloct, the property of Her Majesty's ?k> Ternmtnt, it defitalt 14 dajs; Sent to jail. .Snowtgws HACB8.-The final entries and acceptances for abo*e are doe this evening. ...
WALLAROO MINES AND THEIR MEN. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 6 February 1889
WALLAROO MINES AND THEIR MEN. TO THE EDlTOfi. SIB.-The mines on the Peninsula are renowned for tbeir hard grinding of their employe's, and last Wednesday night, Captain Skinner, in order to keep up the reputation of nigger grinding, discharged ten or a dozen men from the Kurilla mine, simply because they had the courage to ask for justice in the matter of wages. The facts are four, men, who were employed bagging ore, asked for an increase of wages from 5s per day to 6s, never think* ing that by so doing they were going to be discharged. Upon waiting on the captain, they were politely informed that tbeir services were not required any longer. Seven other honorable, good and true men. refused to ~ take their comrades places, whereupon they also got a ticket for pea soup. Now, ej.r, this is giving justice to the men with a yengenee . again and again I have pointedbutthe necessity of theminers and men forming an association whereby this unjust treatment would be put a stop to, but nothi...
NINNES. Febrnary 4, 1889. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 6 February 1889
NINNES. Febrnary 4, 1889. Harvest can now be said to be closed, and tbejresults in most cases is disappoint iog and disgusting. Certainly, there ate a few who came in for a few odd thunder showers, who have done better than their neighbours, and has created an idea in some of their minds that thev are the better farmers. No doubt, this will wear off by the end of January, 1890. The average of this Hundred, so far as I can learn, will not exceed or even reach 3 bushels to the acre. Then just fancy those people, each one armed with so Income Tax paper, measuring 2ft square, with all sorts of puzzela attached to it, trying to give a correct return. In most cases great difficulty is to show how they have lived. To show a credit balance of £200 would be the farmers' delight. But tbose times haye passed, and if the Go verument want to know the poverty of those poor unlucky " cockies," they should send less expensive paper, SBy, about 2 inches square with the words written thereon-" Income...
THE LATE COLLISION IN THE ENGLISH CHANNEL. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 9 February 1889
THE LATE COLLISION IN THE ENGLISH CHANNEL. It is believed that the vessel which recently-collided with the bargae Largo Bay and WhichT supposed toUave sank immediately after, was a large iron screw steamer, the Gleucoe. The latter was nearly 3,000 tons burden, built at Glasgow in ,1878, and was owned by Messrs McGregor, Gow & Co. She left port in ballast, and1, there were 8!t*-two persons ou bo*td, all of whom are supposed to have perislied.
NEW ZEALAND EXHIBITION. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 9 February 1889
j NEW: ZEALAND EXHIBITION. .. The Queen lui consented to contribute to the loan of a collection of pictures for the international exhibition in Danedin. Herprincipal exhibit will be Shaosfield's celebrated picture of the opening of the London Exhibition. The Prince -and Princess of Wales will receive a special rftqaest to iead portraits of themselves. All the owaera'stipulate that the pictures shall lie folly insured.
PARNELLISM AND CRIME. MAJOR LE CARON'S EVIDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 9 February 1889
PAENELBISM AND CBIME. J. P V :I _. ? MAJOR ,LE CABON'S EVIDENCE. The examination- of. Major: Le Caron before the "special Commission was con tinued to-day. Tbe witness admitted tkithehad been aontioaonsly engaged as a spy by,the home office of tbe British . Government since 1868. Darin# tbe Isst eleven yeats he had made thousands of . reports to the Enlish authorities in re "Terfetice to the plans, aims and movements of the-Irish revolutionary party, with their sympathisers in America and else where., He joined tbe brotherhood of fenians . with the express object of ?betraying them. The witness detailed the escapes of Patrick Egan, the treasurer of the LandLeague, and Thomas Brennao, secretary of the same body, to the Conti nent. Egan informed him " that it was determined to eontinne a policy of active w'arefare, and they qoite endorsed the piarder policy/' practised in Ireland. .iiBii "rV