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TICKERA. February 20, 1889. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 2 March 1889

TICKER A. February 20, 1889. Ploughing and scrub burning is now the order of, the day, in this part of the world. Judging from appearances the farmers have resolved to make an effort to get as much under crop this season as possible. There is a lot of scrub prophets who predict a bountiful harvest for 1889 90; it is to be hoped that their predic tions will prove correct, for these poor " sons of toil" really deserve something in return for their labor, to say nothing of the energy, perseverance, and hope displayed by them in the psst season, and with such little success. Some of the residents adjoioing the Beetaloo water pipes who experimented with irrigation on a small scale last season, have met with such success that they have re solved to enlarge their operations, and hope to derive a great benefit from this source. Water carting is almost out of the fashion, pithoagh -there are few who still stiek to-their old employment.

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GREEN'S PLAINS. Feb. 25, 1889. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 2 March 1889

GREEN'S PLAINS. Feb. 25, 1889. The spirit of horse racing is still strong within us, training operations are .still going on and more than one unfortune horse will be glad wijen the races are over. It is useless saying anything about the weather as that dees sot effect it ia the least, However, we have had several dry thunderstorms lately by way of variety. A branch of the Women's Suffrage League may sprout up here at any time. Of course nothing definite has been said or' done, but from remarks heard front time' to time it is evident tliat the ladies have talked the matter over, and it only re-" quires a little opposition from the other sex to set them in, motion. But " the so I called lords are wise in tbeir generation, I and instead of opposing the ladies they agree with them, and encourage them iti tbeir little scheme, thereby robbing it of half its charm.. If the poor men only dared to say, "you shall qodo-thisah 1 if: they oply dared. A. dear old lady said the other day,-that s...

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PASKEVILLE RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 2 March 1889

PASKEVILLE BACES. These races took place on Wednesday, Feb. 27, in tbe large paddock behind the Paskeville Hotel- The course was not all that might have been desired for running, bat the situation was excellent for spectators as the horses could be seen all round. Tbe attendance was very good, but no doubt the weather prevented many from putting in an appearance. The morning was cool with wind and dust blowing in sufficient force to deter people from taking the road. The afternoon cleared up, after which tbe people gathered in numbers to witness an excel lent afternoon's sport. The fields were all good and in some cases well contested. Mr Stacey was more fortunate than at tbe Yorke's Peninsula races, Lightning taking first place in tha handicap and flying han dicap. Mr Tait's Fatcbwork annexed tbe Cockatoo Stakes. The spectators were, however, deprived of witnessing his per formances over the hurdles. Annexed is the result: MAIDENS. Mr Allan's G-inger... ... ... 1 Mc Walsh's Playboy...

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CORPORATIONS. WALLAROO, Wednesday, Feb. 27, 1889. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 2 March 1889

CORPORATIONS. WAIJJAHOO, Wednesday, Feb. 27, 1889. Present-Tbe Mayor (Mr Jas. Malcolm, J.P.), Crs Heath, Chatfield, E. Evans, Harman, J. Evans, Gepp, and the Town Clerk (Mr A.iex. Young). The MATOB reported that since the last meeting he had received a letter from Mr G. Lane, of a northern station enclosing a subscription list in aid of Mrs Bennett and her six orphan children, her husband and boy being lost in tbe bush in search of water. The letter would be read, and the list laid upon the table: He had to apologise for bis absence at the Kadina District Council on Monday last. He bad on that occasion an imdortant busi ness engagtment, which he could not well neglect, hence his absence. However, he was pleased tp notice, that one of their own councillors, (Mr Cr Chatfield), had introduced the matter of the Mooata road, and it had been carried. The members of tbe Marine Board had recently visited Wallaroo, but he had been unable to interview them; but if the council thought there wa...

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MINING. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 2 March 1889

MINING. THE INVINCIBLE COPPER MIKE.-The Directors have kindly banded us the fol lowing report re the above property, from Capt. Jas. Moure, dated Feb. 23, 1889 : " Having taken possession of your pro perty I beg to report that I am very much pleased with it, and hope to make it pay handsomely. The present shaft, which is down some 50 feet, has been carried down from the 20 feet level only the width of the lode, and as it. will be necessary almost at once to .commence an air shaft, I have determined to allow the present one to remain as it iB for an air shaft, and sink|a new one on the course of the Jode, especially as I am satisfied the ore Taised from the shaft in sinking will pay its own cost. I am opening out on the lode at both ends of the present shaft and intend putting down the new shaft on the end which I consider is most produc tive, although judging from present pros pects it will pay to put it down on either side, as the lode is good in both ends. While I am putting down ...

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KADINA BRANCH, AMALGAMATED MINERS' ASSQCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 2 March 1889

KADI^A BfcANCH, AMALGAMA " TED MINERS' ASSQCI4TJQN. The adjourned meeting of miners to I consider the question of forming a branch in Kadina of the Amalgamated Miners* Association of field at thp Kadina Hall, on Saturday last. Mr W. jNicHOLiiS; -was. voted tothe chair, and explained, that the delay in calling the meeting, had bieten occasioned by the absence from home of Mr W. G. Spence, the Secretary of the Creswiclf Association, who had been written to for information on the subject. He was . _ i pleased to inform them that Mr Spence had now written giving them full informa tion as to the best mode of procedure. He was ^lad tp find that"their actions in the matter'sb'far had &&n most satisfac tory. Their objects in forming an associ ation were yarions, bnt not the least-was tbe fact that U would Jprove a benefit/.«0t only to themselvesworking men,/bat; also to their families. And it was neces*: v«ary. to be united for the purpose pi, securing other privtfeges/and' ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 2 March 1889

MAERIED. Jeffeet-CtJBNOW.-On the 13th FebrittJy, 1889, by the Hev. W.Jarrett, at the resi dence of the bride's parents, Green's Fains West, Saijawio,~fourth BOO of Mr Josiah Jefiery, to Catherine' Suean, yoangest daughter of Mr Sdv^td Oataow, of Green's Plains West.

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KADINA WESLEYAN CHURCH. SUNDAY, MARCH 3, 1889. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 2 March 1889

KADINiu WESLEYAN CHURCH. SUNDAY, JIABCH 3, 1889. J PBEACHEB-MorniDg, fie*- R Knight. Even ing, Mr Treaize.

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GOVERNMENT GEOLOGIST ON COAL DISCOVERIES, (By Telegraph). Adelaide, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 2 March 1889

GOVERNMENT GEOLOGIST COAL DISCOVERIES, (By Telegraph). Adelaide, Friday. The Government Geologist has reported upon the Leigh's creek and Kuotha hill coal discoveries. At the former plaee, from the railway tank, close to Leigh's creek railway station, blue sad black shale, with leaf impression*, fossil wood and lignite was obtained in considerable quantities. These consisted ofcarbonace ou8 matter. Some shale was so charged with it as to burn slowly. Ad ana lysis by Mr Gfoyder, j«nr., shows that it con tains 39.10 per cent of organetio matter. Some five miles north of this -slmilar shale has been raised from a well at SO to 60 feet. The valley oesapied by this car bonaceous matter jg.two or more miles in .widthtotheGoveriiinenttank, widening oat northward into- am extensive plain. Mr Brown considers that th'e abide Is die Same formation astbe fresh water strata at XionMitoSiDi and that it has been deposited in the same way,^-namely, into .the lake basis.' .He.belieres ibias ]ji|ofi2...

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POLICE COURTS. KADINA, Wednesday, Feb. 27, 1889. (Before T. S. J. O'Halloran, Esq., S.M.) [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 2 March 1889

POLICE COURTS. KADINA, Wednesday, Feb. 27,1889. (Before T. S. J. O'Halloran, Esq., S.M.) H. Nankervis, 3un., was charged on the information of L. C. Bennett, under the Licensed Victuallers' Act. with unlawfully supplying two bottles of beer to John Bodinnar, on the evening of Saturday, 10th November, 1889, after 11 o'clock. The hearing of this case was resumed. Mr CTffindell appeared for the defendant. The following is the eyidence taken on Wednesday. Feb. 20, before same Bench:- | Jot>n Bodinar-Examined by L C. Bennett -Am a miner and live on Wallaroo Mines. Live between three quarters and one mile from the 3£adina Hotel. Bemember Saturday night, the 10th day of November last. Was at the Sadina Hotel on the evening of that day. Was not a lodger. Was there only for my own convenience. Was put out that night. Saw you and Benfrey that night oat side the Kadina Hotel. As far as I know one of the policemen told me it was time to go home. 1 had no beer in my possession at that time. W...

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A BIG LAWSUIT. (By Telegraph). Adelaide, Friday evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 2 March 1889

A BIG LAWSDIT. (By Telegraph). Adelaide, Friday evening. At tbs ensuing Civil Sittings of the Supreme Court, Mr Justice Bundey wili be callad on to give judgment in a claim for the specific performance of a contract in which the sum of £155,000 is involved The suit is by the city of Adelaide Land and Investment Company, Ltd. against Mr Thomas Bent, the-well known poli tician of Melbourne. It is alleged that Bent bought the whole of the Company's properties for £155,000, and deposited £5,000 in the names of two trustee*. The contract provided for a further payment of £14,730 within two months from the date of the contract. On 2?h August last Ben t, though his solicitor, delivered "requisitions on the Company's titles to various properties, bnt was not satisfied -with the replies. He rejected the title and threw up the purchase, Thereupon the Company began proceedings to recoyer payment of the second instalment 1 and to insist upon the specific -perform ance of the contract. The case ...

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Kadina & Wallaraa Times KADINA, SATURDAY, MARCH 2, 1889. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 2 March 1889

KADINA, SATURDAY, MABCH 2, 1889. CAEIAJJtTregoweth.-It will be seen by reference to our mining news that Captain T. Tiegoweth baa been -appointed. to the Mutoorno mine. PBESBYiEiAir Chubch.-The Rev. W. Thompson Who has recently arrived from Scotland, will conduct the services in the Wniifiron Presbyterain church to-morrow, (Sunday). CHESS.-On "Wednesday evening Ia*t, a xoatch'nasplayedby telegraph between the 3£a£ina.and Auburn clubs. Eve members aside. Play was kept up "until after midnight, but none of the gamesjwere completed. It was decided not to ~pluy ont hat to enbmit the games to Mr Charlick lor decision DEATH or Mes Gbxkxklt.-We regret to announce that Mrs Q-renfell, of whose aad accident particulars Appeared in^ur last issue, died on Wednesday morning. Her re mains were* interred in the Eadina cemetery on Thursday,» large number from all parts «f the,district attending the funeral. THE Civii. - Ser'toie : COMMISSION.-The <Ji*il Service Commission returned from t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 2 March 1889

SALE BY ATJOriON ON MONDAY, MAtiCH 11, 1889. AT THE EXCHANGE HOTEL. KAIM.N a. At Three o'clock p.m. IMPORTANT BALE pF FARMS AND PROPERTIES ON YORKE'S PENIN SULA. 5855 A<jres ?, of Laud 5855 MOODY, FBAKGE & SYMONS AVifi received instructions so sell ae .ton LOT l-AT.T. that SCRUB LEASE, No. 255, comprising Section 100, in vhe Hundred |punningham, County of Fer gusson._ containing 325 ACRES or thereabouts, together with all the ita "-pro^emeatiu The lease expires in 1902, with a right of purchase at £l per acre. Sent, £16 5b per annum, LOT 2-ALL that VALUABLE FREE HOLD SECTION of LAND, in the Hundred of Eiadina, No, 99N; containing 1^|&CSBS or thereabouts of Teg Superior Land, which is well and sub stantially improved by 2 Dwelling Houses. Sheds, Stables. 4 Tanks, &c. The land isall fenced, and subdivided into 2 paddocks. About half the land ia cleared, the balanee is good &orah..with plenty of fine posts. Also.sabjeotto the approval of the h...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 2 March 1889

B O OTS. Best Value for your Money AT CLARK'S CASH Boot Palaces, KADINA AND WALLAROO. DRAPERY Best Value for your Money AT i CLARK'S CASH Drapery Palace TAYLOR-STREET, KADINA. Hereford's Acid Phosphate 111 effeots of tobacco relieved by its use. The beet 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 King of Italy, and medical syndicates all over the globe, are itB patrons. Read the official reports that accompany each bottle. Mosler, M.D., Prof. University, Greifswald, reports :-The Euca. Extra, proved magnificently successful in very seyere contusions, bruises, sprains, wounds, acaldings, broken ribs and limbs. (Med. Journal, Nov., 1881).-In diseases of the kid neys, either active congestion or suppression (ursemia), or albuminuria, dropsy, lithiasis, nothing will equal in its action Eucalypti Extract. Dobbb, 6 to 8 drops. Mosler, M.D., Prof. University, Greifa...

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HIS LAST DOLLAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 6 March 1889

It WAS a told Winter :>ight and it wh ?ervuncomfortable «>? -inie «ni> zoom. Tbe city clock was sir'!-* when a thin, pale fac»*d woman Tr<>m her bed. Where she had iieea vainly trying to keep warm under her scanty cnyering. She was dresned in erery day cocfunie, and it was" evident from ber appearance that she bad not been asleep. She had simply been trying for a few moments to escape f r?m the bitter sold. Mrs Da»al glanced about the poorly famished room. " W<hy does not Francis come home she-said, in an anxions tone. " I know," sbeadded softly, " that he will fail, but perhaps lie will be more fortunate to morrow." Just then the door, opened and Francis Daval entered. The moment the woman saw her hus band's face sbe new that he had been un .'flUCOWWfllt^- . . - ^ithWt a word she threw her arms arbnndlhisiieck and kissed him. " Ob, Francis !*' she exclaimed, " I am so glad you have come !" Daval looked down at his frail young wife, and shuddered. *...

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ADELAIDE TELEGRAMS Adelaide, March 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 6 March 1889

ADELAIDE TELEGRAMS j Adelaide, March 5. Consequent upon the action of the Cor poration of Glenelg the Railway Company stopped tanning trains through the streets of Glenelg this morning. Splendid rains have fallen to-day m i Adelaide and along the coast line as far Streaky Bay. (At a meeting of the Council of the Sooth Australian School of Mines and Industries, it was arranged that the first term will be opened on March 14, It waB also resolved that the official opening of the School of Mines and Technological j Measure be one of the first public engage mens of the new Governor after his arrival in the colony. The annual meeting of the Farmers' Association took place to-day. There 1 were about a dozen members present. Mr W. Yenning was elected President. With reference to an Australian eleven to go to England in 1890. George Giffeti ! suggests that the best team should be chosen, and that a committee of five or six cricketers should make the selection. George Giffen thinks it quite p...

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THE COMMANDANT OF THE S.A. MILITARY FORCES. (By Telegraph.) Adelaide, March 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 6 March 1889

THE COMMANDANT OF THE S.A. MILITABY FOECES. f; (By Telegraph.) i Adelaide. March 5. TheGovernment, this morning, received a telegram from the Agent-General {Sir Arthur Blylb), dated: March 4, « the retention of the office at commandant of the South Australian Military Forces by Colonel Downes.-namely. " I have seen the Secretary of State for the Colonies (Lord Snotsford) again* and he Informed : me that the decision of the Secretary of! State for War rethe Commandant bl the South Australian Military Forces «raa on altered. Ifail particulars were forwarded by the mail on the 22nd alt. Farther particulars will be iorsFarded by the out going mail." ;KV'' . The Government have, accordingly, accepted of Colonel Downes' resignation; but intend to^ask the Secretary of State for War to aHe^ M^lbnel I)oTOeB t6^" M JdkluB eucceaeor i» appointed.

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DEPARTURE OF SIR W. ROBINSON FOR MELBOURNE. (By Telegraph.) Adelaide, March 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 6 March 1889

DEPARTURE OF SIR W. EOBINSON FOE MELBOURNE. (By Telegraph J Adelaide, March 5. This afternoon, Sir William Bobinson left, by express train, to take the acting Governorship of Victoria. Several thousands assembled at the station, and the Adelaide Lancers formed an escort from Government house to the station; and ?he permanent artillery formed the guard of honor. Both branches of the police and the military band took part at tbe proceedings. Sir W. Bobinson was attended by Captain and Mrs Mecham, and Lieutenant Hatton Eiehards. Amongst those present were members of the Go vernment, Officers of the Legislators, Arcbibishop Beynolds, the Mayor of Adelaide, and a number of the infloen" tial citizens. As the train mov«d off Sir William was heartily cheered.

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V.R.C. AUTUMN MEETING. CUP DAY. (By Telegraph). MELBOURNE, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 6 March 1889

V.B.C. AUTUMN MEETING. CUP DAT. (By Telegraph). MELBOURNE, Tuesday The weather at Fiemington to-day was close sad moggy with a drizzling rail*. The favorite, Lochiel, woo the principal event. The result of the racing was as follows: MAIDEN STAKES. Charohill (Redfearn) 1 Quadrant (Power) 2 Lady Agnes (Moffat) 3 Shark ... ... 0 Won comfortably by a length, a neck dividing second and third horaes. Time, 2min. 12J secB. SISBS' PBODFCB STAKES. Bichlieu ... .. ... 1 Spice 2 Chintz ... 3 Won inaeanter by two lengths. Time, limn. 19§ seeB. HPBOIES. Sloggard 1 Quilt 2 Vestal ... ... .. ... 3 Won easily by two lengths; a close race between the second aqd third horses. Time, 5min. I2seca. ATTSTEAXIAB CUP. Lochiel (Clifford) 1 Carbine -(O'Brien; ... ... 2 Recall (Sanders) ... ... £ Cyclops (Bamage) % Woo by three quarters of a length; Recall and Cyclops running a dead beat or third place. Time, 4n»in. 4£eecs. PUBLIC AUCTION STAKES. Bagman 1 Mavbon ... ... ... 2 Baoul ... ... 3 Won by four lengt...

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THE SILVER CURRENCY. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 6 March 1889

THE SILVER CURRENCY. At a meeting of the Oriental Bank held to-day, the shareholders approved of a Bill to be submitted to Parliament to convert the silver currency capital into Sterling.

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