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SAILED. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 25 August 1888

Wednesday, Aug. 22-Investigator, 8.8., 315 tons. Barry, master. Tor Port Adeladie. Same flay-Cadel!. e.g., 90 fcoce, Johnston, master for Port Bronghton. Thursday, August 23-Jessie Dariinc, 8.6., 150 tone, tVendiand, master, for Franklin Harbor. Friday, Aug. 24-Jessie, Darling, b.s., ISO tons, Wendland, master, for Port Lincoln. Same day-Ferret, 8.8., 246 tonB; Grooker master, for Port Lincoln.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 25 August 1888

BARGAIN'S; A,T B O O T W A kA &E. StOCK HEAVY. **; ;; BARGAINS A IP ?T ' » : OXiJ&.3R.Kl'S . "t. . J . .....'M-,. CLEARING WINTER GOLDS' STOCK. CA^IE to av pUoe 911 Sunday, August . C f l9,-JLS88,"One SMALL BLACK PDGK '-Owner oan~have same bj 'gi»irig de sorption: and paying expenses. > / ; 1 .>3, PANNAN, Port Road. , YOBKE'3 PENINSULA . C BICKE TI N,G ASSOC I AT IO ST. THE ANNUAL MEETING of theabove will be held in the MOONTA attSTI TFTE, on WEDNESDAY EVENING, September6,1888iBf7<.30p;ta<,r-v^ V JJdbih&Sb,report and balance sheet, admission of new? -clubsj ' electioni of; efjlcers, &c., &c, --7 ~ ? , . . . , 1 i/y. . :S .W^TEB''J;:!P<>J8B^fe,^- : . v ? TQfon. Secretary. yBUNNINCh^ith my cowb ftboafc tighten "JK montbBiOne {BED «nd ^fSU'I'I COW. The owner ca* hare thesamebj paving! wk».- >. - . * ^ /.V- '#7 " mM : .«;?? i-i i-'- ? ?-; iSunnnaside,LliPgLlhVQQ. } .' .. T '. ^AlSH^^BljaS^^iibriy new) w...

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CORPORATION. MOONTA Thursday, August 23, 1888. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 25 August 1888

CORPORATION. $ipgiri4> Thursday, August 8§, 1$8§. I -Present-Crs. Jewell, the Cfoair), Grummet, Hill, Crotchet, Symons, Wil kinson, and Marshall, and the Town Clerk. . Apologies were received and accepted for the absence of the Major and Or Buzza. S|JB-COMMITTEE*8 REPOBT re CORPOBA TION'S Apf. : 'f The Mayor's report wgs read as fpliowa fry the Town Clerk:-" GENT^EMEI^ J bare to report that in accordance with resolution your Committee met on Tues day evening, August 14th, and after dis cussion resolved-(1). That the Bill is too cumbersome for an amending bill, end should have been a consolidating measure. (2). That we favor the assessment on land ?aloe. (3). That the de&nation of rate payer should include " occupier" as well as " owner " (4). That the assessment of land values should be made by thjydocal assessments, (5). The supply of ^office snaterial, printing, and ,adverii^in8;|]bioi|^ not be considered " contrast.'' (6}'k Tb£g| clause 216 in the present Act is prefer...

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SKATING. OPENING OF THE COLUMBIA RINK. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 25 August 1888

?'?-.??M'-iaSSK: iV"--:r' The Mayorjirf jKadjna Ren Wednesday afieraooii{ inff^e^jroeeedinga! ?were of a mo8&_enthueiastic character. . There wbb ^ a rerj iBrgeattendancej - and jb ltie eVening l^me faun^eis were pre sent. On Tbursday -and Friday eremngs there were also largeattendances. Already many of the new beginners (have attained, considerable proficiency. "there has *o far been an absence of accidents. The proprietors (Messrs . Burt. & Cornish) have every reason to be satisfied, seeing that in the face of other important meet ings in the town so many toave already patronised the Sink. There is no doubt that on Wednesday afternoons it will be a popular resort in Kadina. MOOOTA Skatisg ROTE.-Thisrink'since its opening on the 22th inat., has been well supported by both sexes, Every evening tbe floor is crowded and skating wilh manj is the evening's amusement. On account of tno Vivian Dramatic Company coming next week the rink will be closed for three nights.

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MEETING AT ALFORD. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 25 August 1888

MEETING AT ALFORD. On Wednesday evening a tea and public meeting took plaee in the Wesleyan Church, at Alford, in connection with tbe local branch Tent. A large number sat down to tea, the tables being several times filled. Tbe tea was followed by a public meeting, presided over by Mr Jas. Malcolm, J.P, (Mayor of Wallaroo). The church was crowded, which. was an evjcfence Qf the great interest taken in the ca»se of teaiperaqop by tbe Tickers resi dents. Pqring the evening addresses on the Rechabite movement and the temper ance cause were delivered by the Chair man, Mr G. W. Cole, D.S.; and JBevs. J. A. Burns, D D,E., If. Chester, and John Lloyd. Songs and duets were well repdprpd by Mrs $vans, Misses Boyce, Herbert, and Morns, and Messrs TSvans and D. Sutler. Miss Morris and Mr Butler presided at the organ. Choruses were rendered by tbe Wallaroo Rechabite choir. Recitations were well given by Mr Fountain and Miss L. Farrow. The meeting wqs consi<Jere4 by tbe delates tbe be...

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TICKERA. August 23, 1888. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 25 August 1888

TICKERA. August 23, 1888. I The crops in this part are beginning to cry out for rain again; in some places where they are particularly rank, they look very unhealthy 'bat no great fear is entertained yet for a' few days; still rain is very acceptable here at any time. It threatened severely on Tuesday ; the ' wind changed, however, and it all oleared off again, after giving us about lO drope. to the acre. Some of the farmers are very anxious to know, the full .particulars about the Beetaloo water rates'; they think it is rather heavy, seeing^that they never used any water from the. pipe yet ; these indi viduals nerer for a moment consider .the benefits to be derived from its. source in a dry season, they only look at the present and the " b'ard cash," truly it would take a good statesman to please everybody, A public temperance meeting was held at Alford lastnigbt, by the' Becbabites; which was well attended. - The cbair was taken by Mr Jas. Malcolm, J.P., of Wal laroo. The Revs, jo...

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DISTRICT COUNCIL OF NINNES. MONDAY, August 20, 1887. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 25 August 1888

DISTRICT COUNCIL OF NINNES. MONDAT, August 20, 1887. f reseat-The Chairman {F. fcr. Mills) Crs Patterson, McDonald, Cooke, Young' and Axford and the Clerk (Mr Cowan;. The Council sat as a Court of Appeal and dealt witb the following ff. Bruce £72|reduced £52; J. S. j. Mudge, £P) reduced £36; J. Lukeman, £12 reduced £6; if, S. Mackley, reduced Is 5d per sere; fi, A. Heath, reduced 10s on each Allotment. Wo. 1-For cutting one chain and rubbling about five of sandhill between sections 228 and 231. Mr B. M. Hamdorf £2 14s 6d per chain. Accepted. 2-For catting and rubbling seven ana a half chains of road between sections 184 and 185. Mr R, M. Hamdorf £2 8s ! per chain. Accepted. No. 3-For forming and rubbling 10 chains of road between sections 174 and 187. Mr J. O'Connell £1 9s 6d. Ac cepted. No. 4-For forming and rubbling 7 chains of road between sections 173 and 190. Mr J. O'Connell £1 9s 6d. Accepted. No. 5-For forming and rubbling about 13 chains of road between sections 234 and 235-...

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A TRAMP ABROAD. KADINA, AUGUST 27, 30, and 31. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 25 August 1888

A TEAMP ABEOAD. KADLNA, AUGUST 27, 30, end 31. HEW DIVING ROOMS.-Mrs Johnstone, : Hallet Street, Kadina, has opened Tea and Coffee Booms. PUBLIC MEETING WALL&BOO.-We would remind onr readers and especially the rate payers of Wallaroo of the publio meeting to be held this evening when, the question of loan wii! be consider#^, as also the pro posal re extension o( Snowrown Tiine to join proposed line from BL;ih to Gladstone, and the Seetaloo Assetsmeiat, &c. EkbaTOM.-In our report of the Temper ance ttieejmjj m Xjtdma oil Tuesday evening we inadvertently mentioned the name of Mr Reudell, as singing with Mr Cooper. It should hare been Mr Penhall. Dbunkenness ah MOONTA. - William Parsons and John Btby, were brought before Mr W. H. Wilkinson J.P., on Tuesday morn ing and fined 5s each for imbibing -too freely, j j and Charles Osborne, for disturbingthe peace, in Caroline Street on Monday evening, was.; multcted in the sum of 10a. " A TRAMP ABROAD."-we are requested! to re...

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Kadina & Wallaroo Times KADINA, SATURDAY, AUGUST 25, 1888. PROCRASTINATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 25 August 1888

Sfotitimi & SMuraa tfimtff j KADINA, SATURDAY. AUGUST Z&, 18B8. PROCRASTINATION Xf there were amongsttbe advocates of Payment of Members any who imagined that the adoption of the system would have the effect of sharpening the sense of responsibility ?on the part of members, they must mow feel that -they have been sadly deceived. Had the mode of paymenti been so much a day for the actual days of sitting it might with reason have been said that members had a selfish purpose to serve in prolonging I the session unnecessarily. But as it is not so there is a difficulty in accounting for the fearful waste of time that has'taken place this year. The House met during the last week of May, so that' three months have elapsed, and yet there has been prac tically nothing done. Certainly, a few minor measures have been intro duced, and private members have pretty fully occupied the Wednesdays with various motions. But so far as the main questions of legislation are concerned, the...

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A TRAMP ABROAD. 200 MAGNIFICIENT VIEWS. RECHABITE MEETINGS. DISTRICT OFFICERS AT MOONTA. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 25 August 1888

A TRAMP ABBOAD. 200 MAGNIFICIENT VIEWS. EECHABITE MEETINGS. DISTRICT OFFICERS AT MOONTA. In oontinuance of tbe meetings already reported, on Wednesday a contingent of the District officers met the members of the Hope of Moonta Tent, in the Bible Christian school room. And m the even ing a public meeting was held, presided over by the D.T. Bro. H. J. Pudaey. There wait a fair muster of members at the Tent meeting, but the attendance at the public meeting in the evening did riot come up to expectations. The District officers who attended were the D.C.R. E. Semmens, D.T. H- J. Pudney, P.D.O.R's P. W. Wood, and Stephenston, Mr J. Lander, Secretary of the Tent, gave a brief statement of the position of the Tent, which was highly satisfactory. The several District officers addressed tbe meeting on similar lines to those already reported. In addition to this a number of the members and delegates contributed songs, recitations, &c., and altogether a very pleasant meeting was brought...

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THE MAITLAND RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 25 August 1888

THE MAITLAND RACES. Tlie following is the programme for the Maitland races to be held on September 3, excepting the Consolations and Hacks, for which entries will be received on the course : Dream Cent .. Chester Logic (late Rob Roy) Charcoal Clio .. J1AIDENS. St. lb. 9 3 8 12 8 12 8 12 8 12 8 12 Countess Nellie Mystery Meta LO.T. Nipper HURDLES. 10 0 ] Angle 10 0 | HANDICAP. S 7 J Lady Richmond , 8 4 I Lady DISTRICT PLATE. 9 3 8 12 S 12 8 12 Mystery .. Lady Stella Fair Ellen .. 8 12 j Lady Richmond. SIIORTS. 9 2 | Lady 8 11 Meta 8 11 LO.T. 8 11 Lady Richmond . 8 11

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DISTRICT COUNCIL MEETINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 25 August 1888

DISTRICT COUNCIL MEETINGS. KASIKA, Monday, Aogaet 27, at 2,30 p.m, CLINTON, Saturday Sept. 15. at 10 a.m.

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KADINA WESLEYAN CHURCH. SUNDAY, AUGUST 26, 1888. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 25 August 1888

KADINA WESLEYAM" CHURCH. SUUDAY, AUGUST 26, 1888. PEEACHEB-Morning, Rev. D. ODonneli. Subject: " Beyond the Grave."-The first of a series of sermons on Future Punish ment. Evening, Mr Paull.

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RECEIPT OF THE NEWS IN ADELAIDE. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 25 August 1888

BECEIPT OF THE NEWS IN ADELAIDE. In consequence of the news received from Newcastle, there has been great activity in the fuel trade to-day. Coal merchants have given notice that they intend to suspend ail contracts, and the price of firewood has been raised 5s per ton. At Port Adelaide the Investigator which was chartered to g) to Tasmania for coals for the railway Commissioners will now eo to Woollongong (N.S,W.) as a cargo cannot be obtained at Launceston.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 25 August 1888

NOTICE. .The Wallaroo Office of this paper will be open daily as heretofore. Any orders jor printing, advertising, &c., left there will receive immediate attention, as will any items of news which may be left by correspondents and others. Our Moonta Agency is under the man agement of Mr J). Archibald, My an St., opposite Post Office. D. A. F. TAYLOR. Kadina, August 3} 1888.

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THE GOAL MINERS' DISPUTE. THE STRIKE. [By Telegraph.] Sydney, August 24, 1888. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 25 August 1888

THE GOAL MINERS' DISPUTE. THE STRIKE. [By Telegraph.'] jSydney, August 24, 1888. The Strike in the cos! mines of New* castle is now so accomplished fact. Al] the men employed io the Ruoter River district ceased work at 4 o'clock this afternoon, and removed their tools from the pits. The various lodges last night consider ed the question of posponing the strike for a week, and unanimously decided to adhere to the original notice. The excite ment is very great in Newcastle. Forty nine vessels are now lying in the Port exclusive of coasters. Of tbis number thirty five have yet to unload cargo which is principally from California and Valpar iso. These aggregate sixty thousand tons.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 25 August 1888

DEATH. COWMHG.-On Auguft 20, at Hamley Mine, Moonta, Hartley, the dearly beiored son and only child of B. sod P. Cowling, after 12 months severe illness : aged 9£ years. Bote.-On the 22nd August, 1888, at Wal laroo, of consumption, Robert Bertram, the beloved son of Bobert Boss, aged 23^ years.

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A CUSTOMS TREATY WITH QUEENSLAND. (By Telegraph.) Adelaide, August 24. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 25 August 1888

A CUSTOMS TREATY WITH Q.TTElSNSE ASl D. (By Telegraph.) Adelaide, August 24. An important depdi&tioo of merchants and others nailed apon tlie Treasurer to day, suggesting that a treaty be arranged with Queensland for the exchange of commodities. It was pointed oat that we . could send wheat, flour, oils, fruit* and . other things, and take in return sugar and maize. Mr Plajford thought better to have a treaty so aa-to gire articles rather than free trade between the two colonies at once, but be doubted whether Queens- ' land would see it to be to her advantage to make such a treaty. He would how ever, communicate witb the Brisbane Government.

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ADELAIDE TRADES AND LABOR COUNCIL SUPPORTS MINERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 25 August 1888

ADELAIDE TBADES AND LABOR COUNCIL SUPPORTS MINERS. The Trades and Labor Council met to night, and received a letter from Mr James Carley (Minert' General Secretary In Newcastle) asking for their earnest, moral and pecuniary aid. A. discussion followed, bat those present displayed a want of knowledge of the intricacies of the whole question. The following motion was moved bytbe late President: -" Tbatthe Council extends its support and sympathy to the Coal miners on strike1 at Newcastle." He and other mem ber* said it was their dnty as wage earners to ascigt the miners, irrespective of any' little differences there, might be. The motion was passed.

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PROTECTION AGAINST PAUPER IMMIGRATION. (By Telegraph,) Adelaide, August 124. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 25 August 1888

PROTECTION AGAINST PA.UPEE " v c* IMMIGRATION. {By Telegraph,), Adelaide; August 124. At the meeting of the Trades and Labor Gonricil this evening a letter vas'received from the Melbourne Tradesand Labor .Council, asking tbeCouoeil to request the Government to protest against tfae intro . idiictum j! yiu'per ]abor, into the t*»lopip«, ss' wm threatened-hjr the passing of fte! local {royernroenjtV Bill in j^&jgland, jtti jff'as decided to, aakUieGoyertMOent to: lake action in Tegard tb'tbat question. !,J.",

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