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ADELAIDE AND LONDON TELEGRAPH. [BY SE[?]INE CABLE.] SPECIAL TELEGRAMS. (From our own correspondent.) THE SOUTH AUSTRALIAN LOAN. London, Feb, 7 [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 9 February 1889

ADELAIDE TELEGRAPH. A. «yndics1e.i)f-Brokers to-day, offered 'to subscribe for the balance of the Sonth ^Australian loan at £98,1rot tht offer waa declined. .The Agent-General hat had other ap plications for bonds, however, the total received amounting to £143,000. These have jbeen; taken op at par. Sonth Australiaq 4 per cent. Inscribed atodkJlSlr6-36, April and October, are ^noted at £109£ bat the market is weak.

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BARRIER SMELTERTS. FIRST RETURN FROM BLOCK 14. (By Telegraph.) Broken Hill, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 9 February 1889

BARRIER SMELTERTS. FIBSTjEETURIT FKOM BLOCK 14. (By Telegraph.) Broken Hill, Friday. The result of first week's ran at Block 14 was made known to-day. The quantity of ore treated was 380toni, which realized 77 tons of bullion and 9,482 ozs. of silver. A comparison, may be drawn between this and the Proprietary mine. The. week's run at the latter Tesolted in 366 tons of bullion contkining 96,547 ozs of silver. This was from eight furnaces.

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COMMERCIAL. Kadina, Feb. 8, 1889. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 9 February 1889

^OOMMEBCIAL. Kadin*, Feb. 8, 1889. ?Wheat, 4s Mper bnshel. - (ii-nonr, ItlOA pertem.retsul 22a to 2te per bag. ~Brona 1* Sid per bushel. Folliid. li 3i swlnibd The following are Jt&e retail prioes current for produce at Kaaiqa Bator 4a_-6d per lb. - Bgg«,-"Wiper aosen.' ? , Cheese, prim*, 1* per lb. - hBMk 10d-eer lb. *>Sb&,lodperU>V , Dripping, #d per lb. Moonta, Feb. 8, 1889. ^^^foUowing are (he prioes cnrrentfor produce "ffiMat, (grOM weight) 4s 2d per bushel. Flour, roller. £11 per ton; atone, £10 10s do.; xM»U. 23s per bag. Bran, Is Id per bushel, retail la 3d do Pollard la 1W per bnahel, retail Is 3d do. .'> rChafl^ £4 5s per ton, retail £416s do. ^Potatoes, 8s 6d per owt. Dklryproduoe la in good demand. Batter (fresh) la id per lb, retail, Is 3d to Is 4d (fresh) 8d per doaen, retail 10d do. r. Wallaroo, Feb. 8, 1889 jMe follofring are the prices oarrent for produce atWallaroo. ' Wheat, 4s 3d, per bnsliel. rioar, toller. Allies, per ton; stone,£1016s, ...

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ADELAIDE TELEGRAMS, Adelaide, Friday evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 9 February 1889

ADELAIDE 'lElEGBAMS, Adelaide, Friday evening. At the Police Court to-day, a young woman, Selioa Cocking, answered to saJ charge of inflicting: grierous bodily harm upon Frederick Weakley by throwing vitriol in his face. It seems , the woman v requested to be told what Weakley-was 'going to do about her cbild, whom he bad left. Overtaking him at the' Norfolk Arms she threw some vitriol in his face. He suffered to a great extent. The defendent said she was carfying the oil io order to cQiQtnit suicide- . At the Norfolk Arms, becoming exasperated, %be uncorked the bottle saying, she would . take it. A young girl caught hold oil ier' arm to stop her and the bottle smashed, the contents going over four people. Prisoner Was committed for trial. ; Dbonss-Pat Cfartljlftn, John Smith and Michael O'Leary appeared beifore-Ur Qurner, at gadina, on Thursday, on «^ eharge_df' "drunkenness. The flr«t two were' fined 5s each, and thethird 10s. .--/v. " j i .w" 1

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THE BANKS AND THE SOUTH AURTRALIAN LOAN. (By Telegraph.) Adelaide, Friday evening, [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 9 February 1889

TBMlNJES-ldfDTHErsOtJTH AUBT&VLiAN LOAN. " (By Telegraph.) Adelaide, Friday evening, A Gtbleira'oi has been received from the Ageet-General to the effect tbat farther bonds to the value of £137,000 have been -taken up in London at par. The Government, it appears, did not actually receive an offer from the associa ted banks to take tip the balance, as stated by Mr Hamsay, bat he had every reason to believe op'the best informotion j that the Associated Banks in the colony would take the money up at once. A leading bank manager assured the Go vernment on Thaisday that the banks would not see .the Government plaoed in a difficulty, or allow the. loan to: bang fire.. Mr Bamsay suspects that the^ offer made ia London, to the Agent-General, to take op the.. balance at 10s below the minimum, which was refused, was from he banks.

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MAIL NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 9 February 1889

; " MAIL NOTICES. ftttt Britain Ac-Feb. 11-Via Saez R.M.S. Gar thlga,l-l>> pn; newspapers, 12.15 p.m.; liar^s , Bay sad Semaphore 3I-S0 p.tn. Port Adelaide, '' 12.40 p.m. newspapers, 11.10 a.m.; late letter*, ft 6.P.O. i.lC p.m. Adelaide, Railway Station 2.90 p.m.. Port Adelade Bailway Station . ijj.46 p.m. Britian and foreign parcels post per above steamer, olo«es O.P.O. Feb. 9, at e p.m. -! STeb. ie-Via Torrea Straits, steamer, 12.46 p.m. Feb. 18-Via San Francisco, express 3 p.m. March 1-Via Marseilles. M.M.8. Salazie, 2.30 p.m.; neirepapen, 1J0 p.m. IMea.-March 1-MJff.8.. Salasie, 2.30 p.m. * to Mauritius, thenoe per first opportunity. Mauritius-March 1-M.M.S. Salazie, 2.30 p.m. Hew Zealand- Feb. 31-Orerland, 2.30 p.m. via , . ' pffelboonfe* Vwum Australia.-Feb. 31-B.M.S. Carthage, 1.15 p.m. Kangaroo Island-February 9-James Comrie, 7 ! a.m. r '{ K«i"» for' New Sonth Wales, Victoria, Queens- ' land; and Tasmania close daily (exoept Satnr- I days) at 2.90 pjm. by the overland...

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HANDICAPPING FOR THE Y.P. ANNUAL RACES. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 9 February 1889

HANDICAPPING FOR THE ANNUAL RACES. TO THE EDITOR. Sis,-As an unfortunate mistake has been made in the handicapping of Miss Lockleys for the Y.P. .Races, and some of the public might be inclined to think the Secretary has been in some manner to blame, I shall be glad if in justice to Mr, Nankervia yoa will allow me through" yonr columns to say that the fault is entirely mine, and no other person is in any way responsible for the error, which j I regret to say occurred through a paper containing acooont of yonr last races being missing from my files, and which I did not find out ontil after the weights, were issued,consequently I bad never seen an account of the running where Miss Lockleys beat Arrow on less favourable' terms, The mistake is so plain that any racing man would see at once it was an error, I tbink it is the worst I ever made' in my life in my capacity of handicapper and one that is, never likely , to occur again. -I am, Sic.. HT. HUGHES. ' Kensington. Feb. 6, 1889.

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ADELAIDE SHARE MARKET. From Mr H. D. O'Halloran, S. A. Stock Exchange (By Telegraph,) Adelaide, Friday, 4.51 p.m. SILVER. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 9 February 1889

ADELAIDE SHABK MABKET. Front Mr H, D. O'HaUoran, S. A. Stock Exchange ' .' (By Telegraph,) Adelaide, Friday, 4.El p.m. ' I:' " SjbVM. B^oklO^ ~ Worth* Eve'eene 8. i. 8melting Company W£e»l W*tkin* (con) ... Gold). $d^s.CiMik Aim* (.?) - ... North H»irne (cob) .. Co»pm*. Kwatoo (pro) 1. . ... Oph&rs (pro) GentnJ (con) Gipeey Girl* Yictoria Ctoh

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INSOLVENCY COURT. THURSDAY, February 7, 1889. (Before T. J. S. O'Halloran, Esq., S.M., Acting-Commissioner.) [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 9 February 1889

INSOLVENCY COURT. THURSDAY, February 7. 1889. (Before T. J. S, O'Halloran, Esq., S.M., Jkcting-Commissioner.) In re Joseph Bobins, of Willamulka, loborer. Final hearing. . The Accountant reported : " Liabilities, £8115a ; assets, ml. The insolvent says' he ia a coach-smith by trade, bat that daring the past three or four years be has been employed at any work as he could ; not obtain employment at bis trade. ?Since January, 1886, he has lost one or two months' time by want of work, and' moving from place. He says he was hard up from Easter Monday until the middle of November as the result of an injury to his knee cap, two months with low fever, and one month from injury to bis hand. Qis total income for tbe three years amounted to £171 lis 6d including £10 his wife got from England and £4 6s amount of subscription by his fellow workmen on the line. He says he owed at the end of 1885, about £33. He has therefore ex* ceeded his income during the three years by about £49. making bis ex...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 9 February 1889

PI7^p«MqiLi|iini^5Wpr.i'T ~yn w.npnTr/i npi» MOODY, FRANCE" <$r 8YMON S, AUCTIONEERS, VALUATORS, LAND, LOAN, ESTAT3 and GENERAL AG EN VS. TRANSFERS, Mortgages, Leases, &n . effected wiih dispatch. Land Sales attended and Credit Selections taken up Agents lor the Sou h Australian Insurance Company, Limited. Moon*a Agents for the Australian Mutual Provident Society. Several First-Class Hotels on hand. MONEY to LEND in Large or Small Sums on Good Freehold Security. MOODY, FRANCE & SIMONS, Ellen Street, Moonta, Gray es Street, Kadina ; and Central Chambers, Waymouth Street, Adelaide. WANTED ABOUT -1000 Acres of Landr \ Hundred of Wiltunga. MOODY, FRANCE & SYMONS. MOONTA MONTHLY SALE. MARKEY'S YARDS. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 1889. At two o'clock. 4* OOOY, FRANCE & SYMONS XML will bold their usual Monthly as above, when they will sell, on account of Vwiou* owners-Heavy and Light Harees, Oatt)* Pigs, Vehicles,and Sundries. And on another account 1 Ne...

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WEEK'S RUN, BROKEN HILL. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 9 February 1889

WEEK'S BUN. BROKEN HILL. 1 The week's ran at Broken Hill has resulted in 63fiton» of bullion, containing 06,647 ounces of niMA. iti Block 14 has run]ted in 77 tons of bullion, con taining 9,482 ounces of silver. Moor*. Faijroi a*» STXOITS will hold sales as trader Moonta Monthly Sale, Marker's yards, Feb. 9, at 2 o'clock. Land known as J. Crompton's, ar the Mart, Zllen Strevt Moonta, Feb.«, at 3 o'clock. Valuable freehold property, blsoksxnith's tools, *ie£$4$i-fbe premises oi Mr Edward Canoir, at Thiicgton, (Sreen's Plains West. Feb. 12, at one o'clock. Green's Plains Monthly Sale, at Rooney's Yards FelA !<. 2 o'clock. ' Sat cattle, for Mr Wm. Fowler, Esq., at ParaeU and Bowman's yards. Wallaroo, February 16, at 10.30 tm. Eadina Monthly Sale, Nicholas' Yards, Feb. 16, So'clook. UUOOLK A Co.-will hold sales as under: W«Qaroo Monthly Sale, at Malcolm 4 Oo.'s OfHoe, Feb. 23. ?Kfldina Monthly Sale, Naniervia* Yards, March 2,fet'2.30 p.m. i. SKOBX *rill hold sale as under: Fa...

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CORPORATIONS. MOONTA, Thursday, Feb. 7. 1889. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 9 February 1889

CORPORATION S. MOOKTA, Thursday, Febi 7i 1889. Present-His Worship the Mayor (Mr H. Martin), Crs Wilkinson, Crutchett, Emerqofij Yepcoe, Marshall and Grummet, and the 7own Cleafc. Ao apology for the absence of Cf Hill was given by Or Vercoe. Excused. After the minates were reBd and before being confirmed, Cr Vercoe rose and asked to be allowed to make a suggestion as to a minute made in respect to the balance sheet, bat was ruled oat of joj-dier, Cr Cpum^EF?, ffbo wished to ask a question on the same subject, .wag tolled to Qrder, and the- minutes xrprp copr firmed. . Gr WILKINSON thought the question put by Cr Crutchett was a proper one and should hare been answered. The MATOB made reference tp the de? parture of Mr Jones, sen., from thetown,' and said suggestions bad been made by several of the councillors that some recog nition shopldjbe madeiyr the Council. Of hi£ -own knowtedjifa be believed Mr Jones was quite! opposed tp anything of the kind. . ^ After a brief discussion it wa...

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A NEAR VIEW OF THE SEA SERPENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 9 February 1889

A MIS VIEWI OP THE SEA. SEE . -v -PENT. We 'wonder how many more times the aea ieVpent /Hrilfc baye to be killed before it isnnklly exterminated. The latest appsrLfcjon of ibehydraheaded monster has ;rtfts*'time liieeV In American .waters, wbefe^tikk\ debut on Thursday, August 20. Captain ; Hubbard, of * the steamer Planter, plying between Charles ton and Georgetown, reports that the sea serpent was seen in Georgetown harbour on thatjJay, half-way, between the port and the bar." This is what he says: " The tug Henry Buck passed within two imndred^yards of the monster, and the caption ^«*amined"it-carefully with his glass. He says he made out nearly its entire ahape. It seemed to be resting or rieppiw^ the headand body being more or iesf exposed'to' view as the waves rose and fell about it. The month appeared to fee ta&gdutgiedg the head oval and large, raejbjsdy la^d to be as thick as a flogr Barrel;lay dpon and in the { m§teg,Si |^e««utoi|onfflo& to snakes while wat...

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DAIRYMAN'S TEN COMMANDMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 9 February 1889

MENTS. Mr J. B. Hatris, io bis admirable Cheese and Sutter Markers' Hand-Book gives the following decalogue ior the guidance of dairymen: The following ought to be .j<i;iaved in letters of gold in the memory mind dl every dairyman in this broad land. 1. Thou shalt not abase nor worry tby cow-them nor thy manservant, nor thy maid-tfr*8®t» Wr ithj^ dog^nor.the mis-' cbievons-^oj^4»ardiriTetb -her up, but thou shalt at all times treat her with genft8|k4fijpand allow no one to molest-or gSSkfflp! the .. 'da* that her or soffether to be vexeathere ildl come a pestilence upou herj and it abail enter into her milk,, and taint thy butter and thy cheese, so that it shall become a stench in the nostrils of the buyer, and be shall turn away from Ibep with contempt. . SI^ChBaJjb^not starve or jstinfc tby .-^eo^^Kjffrol, nor ®iVe'ber poor. inoutriti s^wEPSwwiome^HWiof aDy kibd whatso ever, but an abuousoce of that which is palatable and good for £»er system, that she may keep is good ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 9 February 1889

For Byspepsai Use Horsford's Add Fhoqihate. Dr T. G. Vawdebi, M B.G.S,, and Ij.R.C.P. Handswortb, near Birmingham, England, sa&B *'In cases of atonio dyspepsia, I consider it saperior to'say of the dilate mineral aoida of the pharmacopoeia." 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 Majesty the Sing, of Italj, and medical syndicates all orer the globe, are its patrons. Bead the offioial reports that,accompany each bottle. Mosler, M.D., Prof. University, Greifswaldj reports The Euca. Extra, proved magnifioently successful in very seyere contusions, bruises, sprains, wounds, scaldings, broken ribs and limbs. (Med. Journal, NOT., 1881).-I'd diseases of the kid neys, either active congestion or suppression (aramia), or albuminuria,. dropsy, lithiasis, nothing Will equal in its action Eucalypti Extract. Doses,- 6 to 8 drops. Mosler, M.D., Prof. University, G...

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SHIPPING NEWS. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 9 February 1889

Fic 1FF1 N G N E~W 8. ARRIVED. Thursday, Feb. 7-Jessie Darling, e.B" 160 tone. Weed land, master, from Port Lincoln. Same day-No rmau villa, natter, 26 tons, DeDisr, manter, from Port Pfrte. Friday, February 8-Stormbird. ketoh, 60 tonB. Symonds. master, from Port Victoria. Same day-Periet, e >? t2tft tons. jCroofcer, maiftfer. from

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 9 February 1889

WALLABOO. fc;»a t~~ I i j;»i. ? a.-.-'. c. rati .j ,u A fUHg j AHfe* AIP B ^ JL steamshxp.COY., EI MIT E D, Dispatch -their Steamers as under, V.!! f-.'l'" From PtJLBELAIDE the S.S. "In^estiga - tor"- on SATPBDAY, at noon,oarrying Cargo ' for Po'rt rWa1Iaroo,'landiiig same on MON ? £>AY MOBNING. ...."' FOB PpB3SjH®Si«?d GERMEIN, , 8-a. " Investigator," Monday. FOE POBT' ADELAIDE, sis. "I^e8tigafa>r"Weflnesday. « - F. <JLABSi Agent, <. . WidlBnp. Business Notices. PROFESSIONAL. WAIxfe"S3TJ. cox, BOLICITGBS A3SDNOTABIES PUBLIC, j 62 KING WILLIAM STREET, ' (NEXT BlfrBrt) aj)j;LAIDE. ME EOiBEET ^NOBES, 454-r-e. .AGEN? AT KADINA. H. W. Uffindell, SOlICiTOBi NOTABYi *b., &o. MOONTA AND KADINA. MB UFFINDELL attends *11 Peninsula Courts, .and may. .be, consulted at Moonta' daily, and at Kadina on Monday, Wednesday ,"and Friday in each week. S. B. PAGE, - SOLICITOR. Sc.. - GBAVES Sibebx, KADINA, and Eixeh . STREET, .MGQSTIEA, . Mr PAGE attends all neighbor...

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VESSELS IN HARROR. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 9 February 1889

VESSSJ-B IN HAEBOB. , Storabird. from Fort Viotorn.

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SAILED. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 9 February 1889

is *v jkiLib. tJuiraSay, Feb."7-Tl&sie., ©jarliug. a.s., tone, 160 WgMilmd. master, forPort Germain. ejto^av-Athe^4ia;;tonB,GacIdi;;inaBte.r,. fbr flM|bik^0i f - ? w ^ -.r Friday. Feb. 8-Normaimlle, cntter,.DeDiar, master, for Franklin Harbor. Same day-Ferret, «.a., 246 tonB, Crocker. master, for Port Lincoln.

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COPPER. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 9 February 1889

' - . COPPER. 11: copper, <Ghili bars, the; eash price, is£78 per ton." Bastneas steady.

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