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KADINA WESLEYAN CHURCH. SUNDAY, AUGUST 26, 1888. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 22 August 1888

XADIN£ WESLEXAN CHURCH. SUNDAY, AUGUST 26, 1888. PbeacHEB-Morning, Her. D. O'Donnell. Subject i " Beyond the Grave."-The firBt of a series of sermoDB on Fature Punish ment. Evening, Mr Panll.

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MINING. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 22 August 1888

MINING. THIS KUBILIA MINE.-On Monday we are informed, the miners vrorkinc at ^Lminf i!e-faSed work' bemuse they JelatiWeLh?'£gfh8Umed with bI**tlag gelatine, which they consider far superior for blasting the rock to the dynLite f,f t-he men l°°b their baZin8 under the impression that they were to be allowed to use gelatine. The dynamite they say is damaged, and, besides, is very lojurious to health.. nSAP.0lTfi&E8 a M- COKPAKT. Oaptam Pascoe reports that daring the past week be has snnk four feet in the SSShe9Slf8 ?a%uirhich makes the total depth 28 feet. The prospects so far are very encouraging. At Cooper's shaft the men are still employed in putting down JE;«h ? 5Xlng tbe PODPet heads which aro expected to be completed this week, and the engine started next Mon w511 commence to drive oh the lode. SOUTH ATTSIBAHA. AOT> MAHTBOEOITGH Gr. M. COMPANY.-The manager of this 2rrep°s£ UDder ?ate' Auga8t 2ad> « h«? ® lart r®P°rt we hare t^en drtving north and south on tbe reef...

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SHIPPING NEWS. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 22 August 1888

SHIPPING news. ARRIVED. Mo nil ay, Aug. 21-Investigator, 8.8., 315 tonB, Barry, master, from Jfoonta Bay.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 22 August 1888

Shipping. FROM WALJjABOO. ; *3TWWiM ADELAIDE X STEAMSHIP COT., LIMITED, Dispatch . gfrpir Steamers as under, when practicable , Prom Pti ADELAIDE the s.8." Investiga tor" on SATURDAY, at nbon, carrying Cargo for Port Wallaroo, landing same on MON DAY MORNING. FOB POETS PIRIE and GERMEIN, 8.6. " fovestigator," Monday. ' FOR POST ADELAIDE, -8.8. " lureatigatgr" Wednesday. : Passage money -Hxrsr ibe paid before em barkation. INq orderstaken.-. ,. All claims for abort delivery or damage must be rendered within 24 hours of vessel's discharge j. and' none jvill be admitted for breakage* &e., unless same .is pointed out at time of discharge. Freights must be paid on all goods before delivery. ' All cargo is carried by these steamers sub ject to the conditions and t6rms of the Compapv' form of Billof l/nding The Adelaide Steamship Co:, Limited: F. CLARE, Agent, ?' Wallaroo. I Business Notices* ' PROFESSIONAL. WADEY & E. J. COX, SOLICITORS AND NOTARIES PUBLIC, 62 KING WHilAM ...

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VESSELS IN HARBOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 22 August 1888

VESSELS IJS HABBOa. Cape Verdi, for United Kingdom.

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SAILED. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 22 August 1888

SAILED. Monnilay, Aug, 21-Investigator, B.B., 315 tons, Barry maater, for Port Germein. Same day-AttaSha, 412 tone, Gatld, master, master, from Nfewc&sQe.

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DISTRICT OFFICERS AT SNOWTOWN. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 22 August 1888

DISTBICT OEFICEfiS AT SNQWTOWN. Tho Snowtown Tent has been at a some what low ebb lately, owing ohiefly to the fact of a number of the members removing to otherparte of the district. With the view of oreating freah interest in the temperance movement the D.G.R. Bro. E. Semmens and D.S. Bro. G. W. Cole visited Snowtown on Monday evening. Al though no formal anonncemenfc had been made* of their intended visit, they were fortunate in meeting a" number of Beehabites and others who sympathised with the cause, at a meeting of the Bible Christian Home Mission, which was being Held that evening. The District Officers. had an informal talk . with those present, and finally arranged for a meeting on the evening of September 19, the Bight after the Snowto«ra Show. The trustee* kindly promised the use of the chapel, and the able choir were also enlisted. On that occasion the District Officers will be present, and it is expected that the meeting will mark.a new departure in the direotors of Reoh...

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DISTRICT OFFICERS AT PASKEVILLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 22 August 1888

DISTRICT OFFICEBS ATPASKEVILLE. I! J Tent on Monday evening, end met about i twenty brethren. The v; pidinttj routine business iru transacted,*!^ the district ?officers ioBtraeted those present generally in the lain of-the Order. At the;olose the D.T. adressedthe Tent, and subseqa ently opened 4he InnerjCourt. .. ^ .The DistriotjOffioers were most -favourably imprested irith the ..interest taken by the ^r£thern,a« manifestodtj the questions pat, and the intelligence and healthy tone displayed by the members.

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HALF-YEARLY COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 22 August 1888

HALF-YEARLY COUNCIL. The half-yearly Council was held in fch® Reohabite Hall, Had ma, on Tuesday, Aug. 21. The D.O.R Bro. E. Semmens took the chair at 3 o'clook. The roll call showed the following officers and delegates:-D.C.B. Bro. S. Semmens, D.D.R: Bro. J. A. Burns, P.D.C.R. Bro. W. R. Stephenson, D.T. Bro. H. J. Pudney, D.S. Bro. G-. W. Cole, Delegates :-No. 2 Tent, J. S. O, Allen; 3, J. Tonkin, R. Dawe, F. Mitchell; 4, Q-. Emerson, J. H. La wry j 8, JameB ; 9, S. J. Schwann; 12, B. P. Madge ; 14, j. Mitohe1!, E. Mitchell; 15, J. Fountain ; 16, A, Biokley, A. Young, W. Barman; 18, J. Turner; 21, "Vawser; 22, J. Bickle; 23, A. James; 27, W. Bundey; 32, G. G. Newman; 38, J. Monfries; 40, A, Ramsay, 42, F. W. Wood j 46, J. Baker; 47, W. J. Ponder; 53, T. S. Bennett; 58, Muller; 60, J. Thomas; 61, J. W. Taylor. Female Branches-Hindibarsh, J. Vardon s York, J. r. Headdy ; Moonta, J. Lander j Kadina, J. Francis; Burra, T» Kitchen j Wallaroo, E. Evans. The PEESIDINS Offiche in his open...

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DISTRICT OFFICERS AT WALLAROO. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 22 August 1888

DISTRICT OFFICERS AT WALLAROO. "JL'he iirat of the meetings was held at Wallaroo. Tbs District Officers, in cluding D.C.R. Bro. E. Semmena, D.S. Bro. Q-. W, Cole, D.T. Bro, H. J. Pudney, and P.D.C.R. Bro. Wood, armed by the afternoon train on Saturday, and were met by local temperance representatives and oon veyecl to the Recbabite Hall where tea was provided, the hall being filled by members of three branches, male, lemale, and juveniles. In the evening there was a public meeting in the Wallaroo Institute Hall, presided over by the Rev. John Lloyd. There were also on the platform the district officers before men tioned, and the members of the local temper ance choir. The hall was well tilled, and the greatest interest wts taken in the proceedings. After a chorus by the choir l The CHAIRMAN expressed his pleasure at seeing so many present. He was not going to inflect an address upon them ae he had lived long enough in Wallaroo to know that Wallaroo audiences had no desire for Chair ...

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GENERAL SUP. OF JUVENILES' REPORT [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 22 August 1888

GENERAL SUP. OF JUVENILES' BEPOBT Sir and .Brethren-It is with great pleas ore that I present the first report of the Javenile Branch of our honourable Order. Daring the last six months I have visited several Tents, and have , been gratified in seeing the increased attention 1 that is being paid 'to this important part of onr , I work. A female Tent has been opened at Pot Ade-' I laide, which promises to be very successful, and we are taking steps to open others in different parts of the colony. The increase on the half-year is 63. ^ In conclusion, we ask for the cordial assistance of all members and officers, and trust that onr en , deavoors to save the yoans; will be rewarded by haying gloriogfl saccesB.-I remain, yours in the bonds of the Older, . . , WILLIAM B. STEPHENSON, G.S. of J. ? August 8th, 1888. ; The report was adopted on the motion of BBO. the EEY. W. E. STEPHENSON and a cordial vote of thanks waa carried to bim for ' the Interest he . had taken in the Juvenile'? Tents...

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TRUSTEES' REPOET. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 22 August 1888

TRUSTEES' EEPOET. I ul> auu uiowuou-uu uouttll OX (DO UlStrict Trustees I beg to present the following re port. The amount invested on mortgage ia £8,165, and we have freehold properties representing £1,608 31s 6d. One new loan of £400 has been effected during the half-year. Of the total amount invested £2,045 has beeen deposited by various Tents. Hitherto the rate of interest allowed on these denosita has been 6 per cent., bnt money is de clining in value and it is probable your Trustees may have to reduce the rate to 6 per cent before long. We have received dtiring the half-year £20615a Id as interest, and £25 2s as rent, and there remained due a further sum of £154 Ids fid. Daring the past few years the value of city properties has suffered a serious decline, but there are now eigne of a speedy rise in values and the Trustees are of opinion that if a suitable property could be obtained, which wonld return 6 per cent, upon the outlay besides providing accommodation for the Dist...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 22 August 1888

NOTICE. The Wallaroo Office of this paper will be open daily as heretofore. Any ordersfor printing, advertising, &c., left there will receive immediate attention, as will any item*, of news which may be left by correspondents and others. Our Mgonta Agency is under the man agement of Mr D. Archibald, Ryan St., opposite Post Office. D. §? A. F. TAYLOR. Kadina, August 3,1888,

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DISTRICT COUNCIL MEETINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 22 August 1888

DISTRICT COUNCIL MEETINGS. J K-Idina, Monday, Angnst 27, at 2.30 p.m, CmrroN, Saturday Sept. 15. at 10 a.m.

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PASKEVILLE. August 17. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 22 August 1888

PASKEVILLE. August 17. na me weatner was an mat could ne desired, Paskeville was the scene of great excitement and unusual activity on Wed nesday last, there being nothing more nor less than two ericket matches, the usual monthly sale,, a tea meeting, entertain ment : and supper-all within twelve hours. Our cricketsrs whilst imitating the. Peninsula Association Clobs in their style of play do not forget also to honor ! their cnstom of never starting to .ime, and so matches that were supposed to start at 10.30,'' started at' about 12.15. -Both games were played on the Paskeville oval, which is situated a few yards to the north of the railway station. The western end of the oval was occupied by the teams representing Ninnes and Paskeville schools. The Ninnes boys proved the victors, although, such a result was! scarcely expected. Thra result was brought about bytbe splendid bowling of W. Oehm, who is quite an Australian novelty, having been born in March 1872, and still under 15 years...

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TEMPERANCE DEMONSTRTIONS. HALF-YEARLY COUNCIL OF ALBEET DISTRICT, I.O.R. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 22 August 1888

TEIPEBAHCE DEIONSTMTIOHS. HALF-YEABLY COUNCIL OF ALBEET DI8TEI0T, I.O.R. The officers of the Albert District, I.O.R., have caused quite a stir in tbie district bj the public meetings which have been held in dif ferent localities in connectiori with their Half Yearly Council which eat in Kadina on Tues day. The Peninsula has always been a stronghold of Bechabitisra, and there is little doubt much good will accrue from the several meetings which have been the means ot directing public attention to the benefits of the Independent Order of Bechabites as a benefit society apart altogether from the ques tion of temperance. The Bechabites have shown great wisdom in holding one of their annual councils in the country, and other benefit societies would do well to follow their example in this particular.

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COLUMBIA SKATING RINK, KADINA. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 22 August 1888

COLUMBIA SKATING RINK, KADINA. I Oar enterprising townsmen, Mr Bart, has determined to1 cater for the public taste, and in eonneetion with Mr Samuel Cornish, has established a skating rink in the commodious , premises so long: occupied by Clarke & Co. Messrs Burt and Cornish have undertaken a somewhat: difficult task, as the remodelling of the premise's baye been a difficult work. The rink is in what was 'formerly the drapery establishment, and is 80 feet long, giving a surface of 1,600 square feet. In addi tion to the rink there will be setting accommodation for 150 The original floor has been repaired, and as soon as there is a fair number who become pro ficient in the art it is the intention of the promoters to put in a new floor on the most approved principle. The walls of the room have been colored, ?; and the ceiling draped most tastefully. In addi tion to this there are other offices con - uected which will render the rink quite as complete as any, in the city. What u...

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Kadina & Wallar[?] Times KADINA, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 22, 1868. MUNICIPAL LOAN FOR WALLAROO. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 22 August 1888

HaMtta & JBtallaraa ?iws KADINA, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 22, 1868. MUNICIPAL LOAN FOR WALLAROO. AT the last meeting of the Wallaroo Corporation the Committee appointed to report on the coat of fencing in the | western park lands* handed in their report. From that we learn that the estimated cost is £75, atad this Would enclose-204 acres. Cr Phillips then moved that, a meeting of the rate payers be called for Saturday evening next for the purpose of obtaining their consent to the borrowing of £300, to pay off the'present over draft, and complete the fencing in of the park lands, "We heartily agree with the proposal, and it is to be hoped the ratepayers will endorse the action .of the Council, and assist them in a step which will eventually be the means of relieving the town of its present indebtedness withont inflict ing any additional burden upon the ratepayers. Jt 'wiii be within the recollection of the majority of the ratepayers ef WaH&roo, that, when the proposal for fe...

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MOONTA v. WALLAROO. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 22 August 1888

MOONTA V, WALLAROO. These two clubs met at Moonta on Saturday last. . At the close of game the score stood as follows : Moontas 1 goal 2 behiads Wallaroos 0 goal 7 behinds MOONTA MINES PRIMITIVE METHODIST CHURCH ANNTVEBSABY.-Tbe above anniver sary took place on Sunday and Mouduy, August: 19 and 20. Oh Sunday three sermons were preached, morning and evening by the pastor, Her. I1. Weatherili, and afternoon by the Bey. John .Lloyd, of Wallaroo. On ^Sun day the congregations were very good, especially afternoon and evening. On Mon day the public tea took place in the schoolroom adjoining the church which was well patro nised. The public meeting was held in tbe church, presided over "by S. Lathan, Esq. Mr J. Dixon read a' very encouraging report, showing the great work done by the church notwithstanding the bad times they had had to pass through like all other churches. Addresses were delivered by the Revs. John Lloyd and Weatherili. The choir during the evening rendered some anthems in...

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FOOTBALL. MOONTA MINES TURKS v. CROSS ROADS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 22 August 1888

TOOTBALL. MOONTA MINES TUBES V. OBOSS ROADS. ^ A small attendance, owinjfio la more interesting match was accorded, andlittle, interest 'talced, ia tte 'play. : We. fcpipe team were aidedbya slJgm brjeczfe, and Schwann soon scored fir^t goal. The blge.fffid-wjtiteB;! replied a spirited rnBh, and pnt Hubberiu: poBeeesion, but only a behind resulted. {Some even play followed, and Schwann > pat on second .goal. Tip to.quarter time only a few ..behind* were added. The Turks were fir^|owejioimce^ and kept tne visitor's Sacks, busy j' Cruett ^ot away,and for a while the %all wasallorer die grooo&ibe..^osb ;Soada potting on twobehitathf. This wis replied to by 3rd «oal py-/ |Mj$followed by a fourth jast beroreh&tf-iime . (Samjjson). The third quBrter the pla$£ trarelling, all WeHthe'lielck iM!TOev'"blne^ ;an<i-whU(rtk'e|)t tip' in 'attack, Schw^V^lendiddefencewei%'ai]^ble Jto frorCi'" null reliefed theprmure, and Sampson added fifth goal. In the last quarter t...

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