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DISTRICT COUNCIL, MEETINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 18 August 1888
DISTRICT COHNCIS, MEETINGS. 1 CLINTON, Aug. 18, 11 a.m. at Arthurton. JNINNBS, Monday, August 20, at 12 noon at Alford. KUXPABA, August 21, 2 o'clock, p.m. KAJJINA, Monday, August 27, at 2.30 p.m,
SHOCKING TRAGEDY IN ADELAIDE. A FATHER SHOOTS HIS THREE CHILDREN AND THEN COMMITS SUICIDE. [By Telegraph.] Adelaide, August 17. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 18 August 1888
SHOCKING TEAGBDY IN ABELAIDE. A FATHER SHOOTS HIS THBEE CHILDREN AND THEN COM MITS SUICIDE. [By Telegraph.] . Adelaide, August 17. This morning, about 11 o'clock Charles Lawrance (35), clerk, while his wife was absent, shot his three children and himself through the heart with a British bull-dog revolver." The children were Nellie,aged. 3 ; Wilfred, 5 and Millicent to. He .was in comfortable - circumstances, but lately being depressed through indisposi tion, while his wife was absent, excusing him tohisemployer for not attending work, he did the deed, and when his wife re turned she found the bodies. He evi dently intended to do it when his wife went out as he said to her " What would you do if I took the children from yon,9' There was no sign of a struggle about the house. The two yonnger children were in one bedroom lying on their backs and Millicent and himself were in another. An inquest was held this afternoon. The family have highly respectable connections in Adelaide. Lawranc...
THE ALLEGED DISCOVERY OF COAL. (By Telegraph.) Adelaide, Friday evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 18 August 1888
THE ALLEGED DISCOVERY OF GOAL. (By Telegraph.) Adelaide, Friday evening. Regarding the alleged discovery of coal ?ear the Murray it seems that between twenty-four and twenty-fire years ago a man named Rollock while looking for sheep in the neighborhood lost himself in some thick scrub. In hia wanderings be came across a huge tree uprooted, amongst the roots of which he noticed some " biack stuff-" He mentioned the find and the Government sent a Geologist and Surveyor *to look ot the discovery, bat Bollock could never find the place, -and it was only when the land was cleared that the discovery was made again. IriJune last 'year R. Stoeckel found indications of-what appeared to b§ a coal specimen, which consisted ftf rotten slate with veins of coal rqnqing through. It was found both above and below the surfaee. Above, the surface indications can be traced for balf-a-milo long and 150 yards wide. Samples have been submit ted to Dr Ayliffe of Angaston who pro nounced them coal in slate...
ADELAIDE TELEGRAMS. Adelaide, Friday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 18 August 1888
ADELAIDE 'lELEGBAMS. Adelaide, Friday Evening. A special meeting of the Great Glad stone Silver Mining Company was held this morning. There was a small attend* snce. Mr W. B. fiounsevell M.F. pre sided. The directors wanted to know whether thej would make calls or take other steps. After some discussion it was proposed that the Company be wound up. bat the motion was lost. Eventually it was decided to send circulars to the share holders asking them to contribute a cer tain amount per share for further devel opment of the mine. The Premier has received a telegram from the Agent-General stating that the Marqais of Norm&nby will not be appoint ed to succeed Sir Wm. Robinson in the Governorship of South Australia, as was reported some time ago. ID consequence of telegrams received, respecting the present condition of the colliery disputes, Howard Smith & Son have raised the price of coal in Adelaide twenty shillings a ton, from 2 o'clock this afternoon- This makes an inc...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 18 August 1888
Ill ® m . ^ fc"M sfi PQ &lt; ft &lt;j "? a o f O O m * ? H = w © H % h £??« ?fc ft $ 0 «&lt; CQ 111 O M &lt;8 OQ &lt; OD fi a. § 05 SI cc I LU CL &lt; DC a fc M ?^5 H iJ © CHEAP DRAPERY. t MOORE & Co, THE CHEAP CASH DEAPEES IN THEIR JSTEW PREMISES, Lately occupied, by Messrs T. JBerriman 8f Co., GRAVES - ST., K.A3DI3sT^-. GREAT HAFL-YEARLY SALE. Q All Winter Goods must be cleared. o Great Half "Yearly Sale. -o Winter Stock almost Given Away. o - GOME EARLY FOE BARGAINS. -? o Great Half - Yearly Sale. OOMME1TOBS Saturday, August 18. The Cheapest Drapery House on the Peninsula o ADELAIDE PRICES AT Graves - Street, Kadina, Adelaide and Balaklava. KADINA DISTRICT COUNCIL. T\J" OTICE is hereby given tbat SEALED X^l TENDERS will be received until noon of MONDAY, AUGUST 27, for the following works Contract No. 2.-For making 10 chains of road near Paskeville Reservoir. Contract No. 3.-For providing and deliver* ing 300 yards of 2\ guag...
POLICE COURTS. Kadina, Wednesday, Aug. 15. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 18 August 1888
POLICE COUftTS. Kadina, Wednesday, Aug. 15. &nbsp; Patrick Donohue was charged on the information of L.C. Bennett, with being drunk in a public place in £&dina, and was fined 5a. Sarah Ann Smith was charged on the information of L.C. Bennett, with keeping an unregistered dog. Pined 5s, and costs 10s, in all .15s* James Blewett was charged on the infor- mation of the School Visitor (Mr T. S. Naughton) with neglecting to keep his boy at school the prescribed number of &nbsp; days daring the quarter ending June 30. Fined 5s, and costs, 10s, in all 15s. John Reid of Paskeville, farmer, was charged on the information of William j Henry Wilkinson, of Langport, near Moonta, Journalist, and ratepeyer of the District of Kadina, that, on the 2nd day of July, 1888, he was elected to the office of Councillor for Paskeville Ward of the District of Kadina, in the province of South Australia, the said defendant not being duly qualified in accordance with the District Counci...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 22 August 1888
v BARG A I XS .4 T CLARK'S BOOT PALACE. STOCK HEAVY. BAR (? 11 N S AT C1ABT9 nRAPF RY DAI fthP mJ liL#m wi- Em 111' T r CLEARING WINTER GOODS' STOCK. jANd&SD a SHEPHERD. Apply im mediately to Jas. JLARTIN, Kadina. WAMED immediately a GOOD GENEKAL SE&VANT. Apply to MBS CHATFlifiLD, Wallaroo. w AN2ED a YOUNG MAN accus tomed to Farm wort. Apply to W. T. ANDBEWARTHA, ... Near Boor's Plains. W ANTED. a GOOD GENERAL SEE ' ?YANTi-! Good Wages. References required. Apply HUSSEY, Bank of SopthAustraUa,Mftifclsndi*or at this 'Office. OEE DRESSERand TWO AS _ .alio MAN-to take charge of WtHluoo, CHEAP DRAPERY. C. MOORE it Co, THE CHEAP CASH DKAPERS. IN THEIR NEW PREMISES, Lately occupied hy Messrs T. Berriman 8f Co.3 GRAVES - ST, KLAX)J2sF^. GREAT HALF-YEARLY SALE. - o All Winter Goods must be cleared. - Great Half* Yearly Sale. ; o Winter Stock almost Given Away. GOME EAEL7 FOB, BARGAINS. o - Great Half-Yearly Sale, 00n^cnyLEiT0Eis Saturday, August 18. The Cheapest Drapery Hous...
THE PARLIAMENT. HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY, TUESDAY, August 22. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 22 August 1888
THE PARLIAMENT. HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY, TUESDAY, August 22. In the House of Assembly, to-day, the Hon. J. C- F. Johnston (Minister of EdncatioD) stated that the Government had received no communiaationwith reference to the movement in the .other colonies in conneetipn with the Pacific cable. Tfae Bndget debate was continued and farther postponed; -. On Thursday, Mr Ronnsevell, in speak ing as one of the leaders of the Opposition., attacked &lt; the Treasurer's - figures, and ' state#, that while tSe expenditurexwonld probably be, under the estima^d Jamonnt, tile receipts lie said were over-e8timatfed by at ]e8staboat £i40,000 pounds. The second reading of -the; Chinese' Immigration Bill was formally read. The farther debate 'in Committee 'was Immediately adjourned. The rest of the afternoon was occupied-in further revis ing the Mining on Private1' Property Bill. The Council passed the Biil, giving separate representation in the Jlouse of Assembly to the Northern Territory. | Thb ...
ADELAIDE TELEGRAMS. Tuesday evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 22 August 1888
ADELAIDE 'lELEGEAMS. Tuesday evening. I . To-day a deputation of railway em- I ployeea waited' upon the Commissioners of Railways, and placed' before them a number of requests connected, with their ' employment. Some of these the Commis sioners assented to at oncet and the others will be Considered. The questions related totthe increase of pay, regulation of hours of labor, Sunday labor, overtime, claaai- . fication, and other matters. T. B. Grey was charged'on behalf of the Australian Widow* Fund Life Assur ance Company, at the Police Court to-day, for embezzling the funds of the Sooiely. The, case was remanded to August 31. Sail was refused. &lt; A private meeting of Members of Par liament will be held to-morrow to consider the Land Tax policy of the Government. The Government proppseto reduce the : assessment; but not to increase the Land Tax. This is held virtually to be a deerease: io the tax, to which. the maiority of the; House are strongly opposed, consequently a cir...
STANLEY THE EXPLORER. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 22 August 1888
STANLEY THE EXPLORER. A band of pilgrfems, just arrived at Snakim, renew "the report made two months ago that a iarge force of whites, armed with Remington Rifles were gathered in February last at Babr-el ' Shazal, the principal western affluent of the White Nile west ,It is supposed to be Stanley.the explorer, andvhis party, but no further information is given.
COMMERCIAL. Kadina, Aug. 21, 1888. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 22 August 1888
COMMERCIAL. Kadina, Aug. 21, 1888. The fallowing are the retail prices current for produce at £adina: Wheat. 3s 3d to 3s 3d per bushel. floor, 16s &lt;Sd per bag. Pollard, Is 2d per bushel. Bran Is per bushel. Batter (prime) lid per lb. Kggs, 9d per dozen. Bacon, lOd per lb. Wallaroo, Aug. 21,1888 Wheat, 3s 2}d to 3s 3Jd per bushel. Flour, roller, 46 5s per ton; stone, £716s do. Bran lid. Pollard, Is. The following are the retail prices current for produce at Wallaroo: uairy Prodnce Batter, fresh, Is to Is Id per lb.. Cheese, Is to Is 2d per lb. Eggs, Is 2d per doaen. Lard 9d per lb.. Bacon lid to Is per lb. Hams, Is to Is 2d per lb. Potatoes, 4s 6d per cwt. Moonta, Aug, 21, 1883. The following are the prices current for produce at Moonta: Wheat 3s Id per bushel. Floor £8 £a per tips, retail 19s per bag. Bran lid per bushel. Pollard lid per bushel. Dairy produce Potatoes, £5 to £5 fig per ton, retail 6s 6d cwt. Chaff, A- 10s per ton, retail, £3. do. Butter, fresh, present pr...
INQUIRY ON DEATH OF DR RIDLEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 22 August 1888
INQUIRY ON DEATH OF DR RIDLEY. The adjoaroefd ariqairy into the death of Br Ridley, attendant at Tullamore Prison, was concluded to-day, 'when the Jury brought in the verdict of." suicide whilst suffering from temporary insanity produced by the fear of dijBclosorea at Mandeville enquiry, of the harsh treat ment which Ridley was compelled by .the apthorities to administer against the dictates pf his on humane inclinations'
MAIL NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 22 August 1888
MAIL NOTICES. Greatfiritan &e-Aug. 27-Via Sues, R.M.S. Mub silia, 1.15 p.m.; newspapers, 12.16 p.m.; Jjar^a Bay and Semaphore 12.30 p.m, Pore Adelaide 12.40 p.m. newspapers, 11.10 a.m.; late letters G.P.O. 2.15 p.m., Adelaide Railway Station 2.30 p.m., Port Adelade Kailway Station. 2.45 p.m., British and foreign parcels post per Maesilia, closes at General Post Office August, 25,5 p.m. Aug. 30-Via Marseilles, M.M.S. Caledonien, 2.30 pjn.; newspapers, 1.30 p.m. Sept. 1-Via Torres Straits, per steamer to Melbourne, 12.45 p.m. September 3-Via San Francisco, express, 2 p.m., late letters 2,30 p.m. Septembdr 17-N.G.L.S. steamer. Africa.-Aug. 30-U.M.8.1 Caledonien, 2.30 p.m. to Mauritius, thence per first opponnity. Mauritius-Aug. 30-M.M.S. Caledonien, 2.30 p.m. New Zealand-Aag. 27-Overland, 2.30 p.m. via Melbourne. Western Australia.-Ang. 22-Albany 11 a.m. Kangaroo Island-August 25-James Comrie, 7 a.m. Mails for New South Wales, Victoria, Qneens. land, axrd Tasmania close daily (...
ITALY AND FRANCE. London, August 20. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 22 August 1888
ITALY AND FRANCE. Iiondop.'Augast 20. 1 M. Criapi, the Italian. Premier, has replied, to the circular issued by M. v Goblet.The Premier replies' that' thfe circular was unnecessary,as Italy had immediately upon making the annexation of the territory complained of in the cir cular notified the fact to the Great Powers. He accuses the French Government, who have no direct interest whatever in . Massowah, of intervening infavorof the Greeks with regard to Zulli, with the object of bringing about .the present in cident. He protests that Italy will defend to the last in the fled Sea territories, as elsewhere, the interests of ' justice: and civilisation which she has taken under her Care.
ADELAIDE SHARE MARKET. From Mr H. D. O'Halloran, S. A. Stock Exchange, (By Telegraph,) Adelaide, Tuesday, 5 p.m. COPPER. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 22 August 1888
ADELAIDE SHAKE MARKET. From Mr H. D. 0"Halloran, S. A. Stock Exchange, (By Telegraph,) Adelaide, Tuesday, £ p.m. Coptbb. Moontfi, ... «. - 6 b v GOL», Alma (a) » * J* ® Birds ® ** ^ New Era ... - " " Bidge ... ... - 0 2 3 Alma. Extd. (con) 0 19 Sn-VEH. "Victoria Cross 0 6 6 Broken Hills 232 0 0 South Ext. No. 1 ... ... 0 2 3 Rising Suns 0 5 3 Central (pro) O IS 6 Do (con) ... 0 13 3 Junctions . 1 11 6 British Blocks 2 10 New Norths 15 9 Model Bepablic (con) 0 0101 Block U 3 2 9 Block 10 15 0 Sampsons 3 15 0 White Leads O 5 9 Sonth (pro) 3 14 0 Tiw. Bnrowies 0 9 9 Tictcoy (con) O 0 1 LAXBB. Market firmer, Brokens, £236, Junctions £1 13B, Norths £1 7e.