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WALLAROO LOCAL BOARD OF ADVICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 13 February 1889

TftTA TT, A T?.fiO ^ JUCALBOABD OF ADVICE. The usual monthly meeting of this Board was held in the Court House, Kadina, on Thursday, Feb. 7, 1889. There were present, the Chairman (Mr Jas. Malcolm, J.P.,) Mesws Gurnsr, Martin, A. France jun, (Mayor of Kadina) Taylor, * and ifcbC; &I100I visitor, (par Ifaugbton). - ! ? . , The Chaibmak, faavfcg welcomed the Mayor of Kaduaaito\thf Board, reported that the repairs at the Kadina School bouse tfed Wallaroo Mi?es. School house bad been ^cct^/agiT^at Mr Willshire was at thT Min^ ^r'Wholohan at Wallaroo Mines, and Mub B. W. SkdoIT at Cairn Hill Schools; and that Mr O Dea .hud taken charge of Alford school- The Cairn Hill peop lehad offered two acres of land whereon the present school is erect ed to be vested in the Government, so that repairs ean be seen to by the Board. The matter, he said, was to be considered and placed before the minister (after all details were gone . into). The following accounts were passed for payment, namel...

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PASKEVILLE RACES. (By Telegraph). Tuesday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 13 February 1889

PA8KEVILLE BACKS. (By Telegraph}. XneBday Brenine. Tbe following acceptances bare been received lor above races : ; . Handioap. . Sequence Flash Lady Richmond ' Cent Pigeon Dream Patch irork Lightning . Arrow Playboy , Fixing HANDICAP. Sequence Flaah Lightning Cent Larrikin Driejwin Cockney fiicbmond HcBDtfia. 'Patch wovk

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THE LATE CRICKET MATCH. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 13 February 1889

THE LATE CRICKET MATCH. TO THE EDITOB. . SIB,-In your issue of February 6, there is a report of the match between the Young Australians and East MoontaB, in which the bowler is reported as having acknowledged that the bat was fully sis inches from the ball, which W. Francis . was given out for. Sir, I the undersigned being the bowler that was bowling when W4 Francis was batting take this oppor tunity to contradict the above statement, which is false. And hoping that the next report you receive from tho same quarter will be truthful and with a little more I cricketing, and not as [much self. -I am, &c.. JOHN TREMBATBL / East Moonta.

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THE GOAT AND COW NUISANCE. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 13 February 1889

THE GOAT AND COW NUISANCE. TO THE ED1T0B. SIB,-If not intruding too much I would like to ask through the medium of your paper a simple question-What do we dmt rates fo^^oipaliaroo? I notice that pernpiesEl^i^erlain atnoaot is passed in paygttnt oflh^Jospsctor'of Nuisances. It jMjjife myipt^jdi^imt I must acknow flga^jthat I {am enable to see what is done Kpr^e mo nby ,^nlesrit is that this officer's Butjps to take eare.$hat nobody interferes S^it^ thb.^ nuisances' in the town. I «oura: go any day j>fthe week aod point out goats rod cows straying unmolested in the public thoroughfares. And daring [ tbe night both classes of animals could be'found'by scores. I can under stand that tbmt a cow is a very desirable thing to have, and being a free country ?every one-has-a -right to have anything he desires if he can pay for it. But I tbink that those whole gardens -and- oremises suffer tbrough the ^depredations of balf starve'danimals that are set adrift during the nigt^t haye a just ca...

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MAYOR OF BROKEN HILL. (By Telegraph.) Broken Hill, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 13 February 1889

MAYOR OP BROKEN mr.T (By Telegraph.J Broken Hill, Tuesday. Captain Lane, Manager of Block 14, been elgeted Major of Broken Hill, Mr B. Piper having resigned.

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MEMBERS OF PARLIAMENT AND THE SEED WHEAT FUND. (By Telegraph.) Adelaide, Tuesday evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 13 February 1889

MEMBERS OP PARLIAMENT AND THE SEED WHEAT Ftrisrn (By Telegraph.) Adelaide, Tuesday evenine. A meeting of members of Parliament was held this afternoon, to consider the reply of the Government to the depntation of members of Parliament in reference to -providing seed wheat for farmers who are la distress* There were fourteen mem bers present. The press was excluded, but were supplied witb information after the meeting. Resolutions were carried to 'the'effect that an address be presented to the Governor to convene a special session .if Parliament with the least possible delay* to consider the best means of dealing with the question, also that the resolution be i>ot presented unless signed by an absolute majority of members of the House of . Assembly. The Be v. F. Williams has tendered his resignation as head master of St. Peter's College. The board of governors who , have, taken the first opportunity cf reqord ing their sense of his services, asked him to remain in charge until the...

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DISTRICT COUNCILS. NINNES, Monday, Feb. 11, 1889. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 13 February 1889

DISTRICT COUNCILS. NWNES, Monday, Feb. 11, 1889 Present- The Chairman (Q-. F. Mills, J.P.) Crs. McDonald, Pattersoo, Cook, Young and Axford. COEHESPONDENOS. From Crown Lands Office, informing the Council of the appropriation of the Road f und, and that £500 had been apportioned the Ninnes Council, half ot which had been placed to their credit at the Bank. The CHAIEman remarked that he bad inter viewed Mr Wright on the question of the Main lioad Fund, and pointed out the inadequacy of the previous amount received by the Council. The present amount was an increase, but still with that amount very little good be done so far as the making of their main roads was conceroed. It uould be for the Council to consider this inattter and make further application. Cr MCDONAXD said that the balance of the Main Road Fund that would be available would certainly not provide for maintenance foifthe roads already made, consequently they would have to sacrifice some of the road if they did not obtain a...

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MOONTA MINING COMPANY AND THEIR EMPLOYEES. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 13 February 1889

MOONTA MINING COMPANY AND THEIR EMPLOYEES. A meeting of underground and surface men was held on Saturday last, at Hall's [ Shaft, to consider what steps they should take to lay before the manager certain grievance^ ^Between two and three hundred were present and called upon MrJoseph'Golds worthy to preside, . who after Mr Folmear made a few remarks, called upon the underground men ptesent to bold up their right hand that were dissatisfied with the existing contract system, when a large number voted. A similar vote was taken from the laborers expressing dissatisfaction with current rate of wages paid, The following were nominated a Committee to prepare and submit resolutions for s future meeting Messrs Peters, Folmear, J. Pascoe, T. R. Howe, T, Mellen, J. Sedunary, and J. Go'dsworthy. On the motion of Mr Pol mear, the Editor of the Y. P, Advertiser, who he said, had been the working man's friend, was accorded a vote of thanks for what he had done in the past in the interests of the w...

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THE SAMOAN[?]CONFERENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 13 February 1889

THE SAMOA N*GON FERENCE. The Germans are surprised that a trace should be proposed ia connection with. /Samoa before King Mataalpa baa eraoua teci the German lands. Xt is probable the Conference w ill be help towards tbe end of April;

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MINING. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 13 February 1889

MINING, iNyiNCIBLE CoPPBB MlNING SYNDICATE. -A meeting of shareholders in the above was held at Eadina, on Friday evening last. Mr D. Basra was voted to the chair. Mr A. 1?. Taylor, the Secretary pro tern?* reported tb§ steps that had been taken to form the syndicate. Applications had been received for 80 shares, and there were a number of promises besides. It was for theqi to consider whether they should wait any longer. He remarked that a gentleman at Snowtown wbo was now a shareholder, bad deferred closing for his shares until he knew the result of an1 assay which had been sent to Messrs Harrold Brothers, Adelaide. Tie result has been telegraphed, and was 28£ per* cent. He had received the money for his shares that morning, together with Messrs IfsrroldB' telegraim He (Mr Taylor considered fhty ha{| done Yery wellj aqd thought it was a pity to let the property go out of their bands, but tbe amount to the vendors! httd tp be forwarded by tbe 11th iost, Several of the Snowtowjn sha...

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RUSSIA AND PERSIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 13 February 1889

RUSSIA AND PERSIA. It is rumored that Russia is urging Persia to cede Kelat.

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INQUEST AT KADINA. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 13 February 1889

INQUEST AT KADINA. j On Tuesday, 3£fibruaryl2, an inquest was held at the Wombat Hotel, KaAina^ before Mr A, 3?. Taylor, coroner, and a jury, of whom Mr D. Taylor was chosen foreman, to enquire into the death of George Albert Evans,, chemist. The , jury having been duly sworn, and .viewed * thel»ody, the fol lowing evidence washeard. Geargp Edward Nelson-Am in the employ, of Messrs Bickford & Sons. jn Kadina yesterday afternoon to rej|pvJmie deceased, who was to go to town to some business. On Tiy arrival had afralk with the deceased on business matters;<^sw'4 him from time I entered the shop until about half past six o'clock. At that time deceased seemed to be a bit intoxicated. About a quarter . past eight o'clock my attention -xms drawn by Mrs Evans to deceased. She asked me to go for a doctor. The deceased i was then lying in a room behind the shop. Went first for-Dr. Robinson and then for Dr. Peare. On returning I saw for the first time that the deceased was ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 13 February 1889

CHEAP MALE OF Sale to Gommence Thursday, Feb. 7, FOR 2 Weeks ONXY. Daring which time the GREATEST BARGAINS ever off red in Kadina will be given. Lay in your Winter Stock while you have the chance. J NO. CLARK & Co., to make room for their New Ship ments, are giving the Public a rare opportunity, REMEMBER: FOB 2 WEEKS ONLY. GEEAT BARGAIN'S IN BOOTS Will be laid out in their BOOT IP -A. Hi -A O During the Continuance of the Drapery and Clothing Sale. JNO. CLARK & CO., KADINA. PROSPECTUS OF THE iiini mm " SYNDICATE. o CAPITAL: £2250 in 300 Shares of £710s each. 150 Shares to be isssued to present Proprietors as fullj paid up, together with £400 cash (recoup for expenditure incurred in developing the mine.) 150 Shares to be offered to the Public at £7 10s each. The proceeds of Contributing Shares, amounting to £1125 to be dealt with as follows:-£400 to be paid to present Proprietors, and balance, after paying preliminary expenses, to be placed to credit of Syndicate for ...

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ADELAIDE TELEGRAMS, Tuesday evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 13 February 1889

ADELAIDE 'lELEGRAMS, Tuesday evening. ] In recognition of tbe services which Sir William Bobinson has accorded (be musical societies of this city, the members of the Adelaide Ledertafel will serenade His Excellency co Wednesday night. For some time past numerous com plaints have been made of cattle-stealing and smuggling between Hergott a&d Carpentaria, near the Queensland Border: Great difficulty is experienced in arresting the culprits. . To-day Mr Donaldson, the Postmaster-General of Queensland, re quested Mr Johnson, Minister of Education," to make come arrangement with the Queensland Police Department to check thes edepredations. He sugges* ted that the police constables might be sworn in for1 both colonies. The offer of Messrs Hunter and Trade to pay the. Government £6,000 a year for the priyilege of advertising on the backs of postage stamps is regarded with favor by the Minister of Education, and probably will be accepted. The proceeding in the estate of W. E. Adcock...

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EAST MOONTA. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 13 February 1889

BAST MOONTA. Treinti&th b Hiacock 3. Hayes b Hiscook ... Birtlte b HIsoock J. Luke c Seeley b 0'I>onghlin C. TonHn b OTiahghlin JEL Richards b O'lioughlin ... Golds worthy not oat J. Roberts not out Sundries Total for 6 wickets Bow: W. Seeley ... E. J. Hiscock J. Donnell K. Snook ... O'lioughlin 72 204 42 SO 12 96 13 M JTfc 6 28 10 38 12 0 4 S~ 9 Bans' Mdns. 32 1

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CRICKET. EAST MOONTA v. WALLAROO. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 13 February 1889

CRICKET. EAST MOONTA V. WALI*ABOO» I The mateh between the above clubs was played out on Saturday, February 9, on the Wallaroo Oval. It will be re membered that the Wallaroos bad scored 111, and the Moontas 66 for the IOBS of two wieketfr. Bikyec^ni trake the not ont m^P^pregt JfaUiuR gicfeeto bat the former was disposer!" U? %iibout increas ing his score 3-28-66. Tonkin then aisiaSd X^ike and the score gradually ireaehe^Sfr \^en Lute was smartly caught Itlwp^iTter:jmltiDg the top score of the ionning8,^88. fiicbardscame in but retired as soon as the first ball was bowled. 5-0-97. Tonkin J>ad to leave in tbe next over being bowied by-a foil pitch, 6-12-98. Goldsworthy - and Rpberts then msdelhe required number of runs the-former lwiofcf4^t 0nti and tbe latter 5 iThel|»wliugof tbe Wallaroo teamtr'was very%>pcl indeed, and no liberties conld be taken with it-conse quently the scoring , was very elow, no fewer than 43 over! being required to make 46 runs, Biseock's first 10 overs...

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SECOND PROGRESS REPORT OF CIVIL SERVICE COMMISSION. (By Telegraph.) Adelaide, Friday evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 16 February 1889

SECOND PROGRESS REPORT OF CIVIL SERVICE COMMISSION. (By Telegraph.) Adelaide. Friday evening. The second progress report of the Civil Service Commission1 which deals almost exclusively with the Attorney General's department, was presented to the Governor yesterday.. There are a few recommendations for increases. Sat the saving suggested amount to £6,300 per annum, in this department atone. The Commission further suggests tbat amounts now controlled by ihe.Judges. of the > Supreme Court:, from what is known as the Suitors' Fund, and others in the hands of the Public Trustee, amounting to up wards of £30,000 should be taken into the general revenue. It is also shown that, especially in the Publie Trustee's Office, large sums of moneys pass through that officer's hands (sometimes over £100,000, per annum) and although the hooka are balanced, they have never been audited. It is recommended that this defect should be remedied. In concluding the report the Commission trusts that in all...

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FATAL BOAT ACCIDENT. (By Telegraph.) Port Pirie, Friday evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 16 February 1889

FATAL BOAT ACCIDENT. CBy TelegraphJ Port Pirie, Friday evening. Alexander Dybing, a member of the Salvation Army, has been drowned in the river. His boat was seen from the shore with the sails Bet. The river was dragged, and the body was found* It is snpposed that be was knocked over by the boom,

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THE SEED WHEAT QUESTION. (By Telegraph). Adelaide, Friday evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 16 February 1889

THE SEED WHEAT QUESTION. (By Telegraph}. Adelaide, Friday evening. The members of the Honse who haye charge of the memorial which is being signed by certain members favourable to granting seed wheat to distressed farmers, askihg the Goyeroor to convene a special session of Parlia ment to consider the question expect to be in a position on Monday to slate whether tbey hare secured a majority of members of the Lower House to append their signatures. But to-day they were sot hopeful of success. Some representa tives although in favor of granting seed wheat to farmers are not prepared to ask Parliament to assemble before the usual time.

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A GENEROUS GIFT. (By Telegraph). Adelaide, Friday [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 16 February 1889

A GENEROUS GIFT. (By Telegraph). Adelaide, Friday Mr W. A. Horn, M.P., member for Flinders, has undertaken to supply his constituents of Franklin Harbor with seed wheat for the coming season without any guarantee beyond tbe recipients honesty* Over 600 bags are reguired for the pur. pose.

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