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Kadina & Wallaraa Times KADINA, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1889. CONSTRUCTION OF MAIN ROADS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 23 February 1889
JtADWA, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 23. 1889. CONSTEtTCXIOtf OF MAIN ROADS. A deputation representing the new IJisrtricfc Cbiatils iki the Norths waited vpon the Treasurer on Tuesday last; and protested against the unfair divisio?/ of, the money yoted in the past for the maintenance of main JEhe; tow fc&en by the deputation is one that we have advocated ^o^eaM.^yea before the system of road boardswasabolished. It may seem strong, but we have no hesitation ,ia saying that the plan adopte,d*gll through in connection with the maintenance vote, has been un just, although the Government may have been in- a' position - to claim .crxp^^sufchorityfor it, on the lines that, "To himthathath shall be given." In' jqaje^;' iiwtanb^ road "boards re ceived "more s of this. vote - thanthey could properly spend, and as it had to lie spent on, mamtainanc^ only, there f were two courses open, either the boards had to 'violate the Act} their returns according ly, or (aa wfsfrequentlj done), main tenance...
YORKE'S PENINSULA ANNUAL RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 23 February 1889
YOEKE'S PENINSULA ANNUAL BACES. These races came off on Wednesday i last, the Committee trying the experiment' of departing from the accustomed date j (Easter Monday), and the result was! fairly satisfactory. In the matter! of entries there was nothing to complain of,! as in all but the Handicap there were i capital fields. The limited entries in jthe latter were probably due to some extent to tbe mistake made by the baodiespper in the weight allotted Miss Lockleys. But the result showed that after all, Mr Hughes estimate of tbe ro&re'a powers were much nearer the mark than those who objected to his weights, as Miss Lockleys waa never in the race after half tbe distance bad been covered. Ivanboe maintained the form which he exhibited at Snowtown, and won with the greatest ease. Mr Tait was very fort an - ate with his pair, as he annexed three of the events in which they ran. Lady Richmond showed much better form than when she ran at Moonta. She looked like winning tbe Flying...
MOONTA MINERS AND THE MINE DIRECTORS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 23 February 1889
MOOKTA MINEBS AND THE MINE DIRECTORS. A meeting of the underground and surface men was held oo Thursday even ing, opposite the Mine Institute, to bear the reply to the memorial forwarded last week through the acting-manager to the Board of Directors. The attendance was very large, there being oyer 600 men and youths present, presided over by Mr Joseph Goltisworthy. After lengthy reference was made to the interview with the aeting-maoager by the committee relative to the resolutions passed at previous meeting, the Chair man called upon Mr Rowe to read a copy of the resolution forwarded to the Direc tors and their reply, which were as fol io frs:-"I beg to inform you that the memorial of the 12th inst. has been for warded through the manager, and I am instructed to intimate that whilst several points have been postponed for further consideration, the directors desire to lose no time in informing the memorialists that they are not prepared to abolish the, contract 8f8te©,''«-(Signed) B...
AFFAIRS IN IRELAND. London, Feb. 25. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 27 February 1889
AFFAIRS IN IRELAND. London, Feb. 25. I In Ibe House of Commons to-day, the Sight Hon. Arthur James Balfour, Chief Secretary for Ireland, stated that the agi tators have redoubled their efforts to try and increase the incitement to oppose th present rule In Ireland, because crime i* gradually .decreasing in all parts of Ire* land. Boycotted farms, he staled, had been relet, and trade, as shown by the increased railway traffic, is improving. He distinctly declined to favor the poli tical prisoners, who are guiltier than their poor dupes.
COMMERCIAL. Kadina, Feb. 26, 1889. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 27 February 1889
-eOMMESCIAL. Xadina, Feb. 26,1889. ; Wheat, 4s Old per bushel. Floor, £10 6a per ton, retail 21s to 21s 6d per tag. Bran, la Bidper bushel. Pollard, Is Sidver bushel The following are the retail prices current for produce at Kaaina:- .... Batter fresh, Is 6d per 2b., potted. Is 2d do. Bgge, 9d per dozen. Cheese, prime, la per-lb. Bacon, 8d to lOd per lb. Lard, lOd per lb. Dripplng, 6d> per lb. Bloonta, Feb. 26, 1889. The fell owing .are the prioes cnrrent for produce atMoonta Wheat, (gross weight) 4s 2Jd per bushel. Floor, roller, £11 per ton; stone, £10 10B do.; TMail. 23a per bag. Bran, Is lid per bushel, retail Is 3d do Pollard Is 2d per bnshel, retail Is 3d do. Chaff, (mixed) £4 5s"per Von, retail £4 16s do. Potatoes, 8b 6d per-cwt. Diiry-produoe is in good demand. Butter (fresh) la 3d per lb* retail, 1b 5d to is 6d do. Eggs (fresh) 8d per-d' -am,-retail 9d to lOd do. Wallaroo,Feb. 28, 1889 The following .are the prices current for prodnce at Wallaroo:- . . Wheat, 4s lid, .pe...
ADELAIDE SHARE MARKET. From Mr H. D. O'Halloran, S. A. Stock Exchange (By Telegraph,) Adelaide, Tuesday, 5.15 p.m. COFFER. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 27 February 1889
ADELAIDE SHAKE MARKET. JProm Mf B- S. 0'H*llor»a, 8, A. Stock Exchange (By Telegraph,) Adelaide, Tuesday, 5.1S p.m. Corns. Hamley Moonta ... Wallaroo .9. Mutooroo (pro) Do (oon) GOLD. Itt. Carrington ? Mt. Moore Great Northern .. Baker's Creek , North Nairne (coo) - Bam, South (pro) 1 ;? Samson ... Norths - - ... Central (pro) Do (oon) ? . Junctions ..*. New Broken Hill Ext. ... Block 10 Block 14 ... ... BomidHQl ' ? Treasure Prince Albert(pro) " - Do (oon) Brokea Hilli . ... Victoria Oroes Great Matrix (pro) Gas - ... "
MAIL NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 27 February 1889
«*TT. NOTICES. greit Britain: . Ac-March 2-Via Marseilles, M.M.S. Smlizie, 2.30 pjn.; newspapers, 1.30 p.m. ' March 4--Via Suez R.M.S. Iiignria. 1.15 p.m;''nfempvpers, 12.15 p.m.; Lar^s Bay and Semaphore 12.30 p.m, Port Adelaide, 12.40 p.m. newspapers, JL1.10 late letters G.P.O. 2.1S p.m. Adelaide, Railway station 2.30 pjn., - 5ort Atlelade Eailway Station 2.45 p.m. Briban and foreign parcels post per above steamer, olosea G.P.O. Ma^b 3, at 6 p.m. March 16-Via'Torres Straits, eteS?aBr> 12.45 p.m. March . 18-Via San Francisco, CJpresE 2 p.m. AprfL/S-N.G.L.S. Nomberg Africa.-March' 2-M.M.8., Salazie, 2.30 p.ra to. Mauritius, thence per first opportunity. Mauritiaa-March 2-M.M.S. Salazie, 2.30 p.m. New Zealand-March 4-Overland, 2.30 p.m. via Melbourne. Western . Australia.-March 4-E.M.8. Liguria, 1.15 p.m. Kangaroo (Island-March 2-James Comrie, 7 a.m. Mails for NewSouthWalee, Victoria, Queens land, and Tasmania close daily (except. Satur days) at 2.30 pim. by the overland railway vi...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 27 February 1889
Dr Humphreys Peare HAS COaOtENOED the PRACTICE of hi» Pr'ofegiion atJkapina. EESEDENCTEP-Dr. Chambers' House, next Ksdina Hotel, Fort Road. AX HOME-MOANING, 9-11. . - AFTERNOON, 3-4. . 'Bvasnsa, 6-7. i X>]BiF.--A perflon cured ofdeafrieBB an(J noises in the head &lt;of 23, years', standing by a simple remedy, will send, a description of it freetoany person who applies toifichoUcm, ! 165 William Street, Melbourne,--A»r. ^ ]
SHIPPING NEWS. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 27 February 1889
ARRIVED. Monday, Fe'o 25-Inve.-i.iirat'V. *.i-. ^45 n Morrison, ouster, from Moonta Bay. Same day-Kc-rn.-tdy, t. s., 74 tfrn-' G Same day-Governor liusu'ave, , i?o to;, Clare, master, from St.* nta Bay.