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THE AUSTRALIAN ELEVEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 29 August 1888

THE AUSTRALIAN ELEVEN. The Australian Eleven began a match to-day against a combined team of Oxford and Cambridge Universities. The English men at luncheon had made 86 ruoB with out the loss of a wicket. [LATER.] The Cricket match was contained against the Combined Umrernt/ teams, The Englisbmeo-made 241 rans. Turner took 6 for 85 ; Ferris 2 for 84; . Boyle 1 for 36; Trott 1 for 23> ; TBE Australian then went in and wb'eh "stumps were drawn bad made 22 without the loss of a wicket.

Publication Title: Kadina And Wallaroo Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ADELAIDE AND LONDON TELEGRAPH. [BY SUBMARINE CABLE.] SPECIAL TELEGRAMS. (From our own correspondent.) THE WHEAT MARKET. LONDON, August 27. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 29 August 1888

ADELAIDE AND LONDON TELEGBAPH. fBi SUBMARINE CIBUI.] SPECIAL TELEGRAMS. {FROM our o WN^^RESPONDEIIT.} TBE TV HEAT MARKET. LONDON, AAGASTJ27. The wheat cargoes of the ship Moray shire, which left Fort Wakefield on July 13. and the barque G. H. YYappas, vbicb, left Port Pirie on August 2, btrf bwD sold at 40s 6d per qaatter.

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CORPORATION. KADINA, MONDAY, Aug. 27, 1888. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 29 August 1888

CORPORATION. KADINA, MOHDAT, Aog. 27, 1888. Present-The Mayor (Mr T. M. Rendell, J.F.J and Cra Potter, Eddy, Pengelly, Tonkin and Bleakley, and the Town Clerk (Mr R. Manclarke J The minutes of previous meeting were read and a pop ted. Apologies were teceived and accepted for tbe absence of Crs Styles and France. REPORTS. Tbe Works Committee reported as follows :-** We have the honor to report that the day men have been employed since last meeting of the Council repairing the Park Lands fence (a number of new posts having been put in place of those destroyed l>y the white ants), general street cleaning, and sundry re pairs to footpaths and roadways. We also beg to report that your committee held a mveting since tbe last Council meeting to take into consideration the present position of the Council in regard to work for the remainder of the year; and it was found to be impossible to carry out any important works on account of want of funds,-F. POTTEB, Chairman. Cr Pengemjet propose...

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STOCK FOR THE COLONY. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 29 August 1888

STOCK FOB THE COLONY. The: Hon. - Wm. MaoCalloch, of Mel bourne, is shipping; «by the steamship Fifesliire 18 shorthorn Aysfaire and Angus cattle, 80 Hampshire and Lincoln sheep, and two valuable Leicester rams. ?

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BISHOPRIC OF HOBART. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 29 August 1888

BISHOPBIC OF HOBABT. The Roman Catholic Bishoprics Hobart has beep converted into Archipiscopal See .

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Kadina & Wallaraa Times KADINA, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 29, 1888. SATURDAY NIGHT'S MEETING [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 29 August 1888

3£aiittnt & 20alteaa Ctutra KADINA, WEDNISDAT. AUGUST 29. 1888. SATURDAY NIGHT'S MEETING AT the hour announced for the meet ing of ratepayers at Wallaroo, on Saturday night last, there was only a moderate attendance; but before eight o'clock the number increased, and when the actual business of the meet ing began there was unmistakeable signs of opposition to the proposal, which brought to mind viyidly the scene which took place in 1882 when a similar meeting was held for the purpose of securing the consent of the ratepayers to the borrowing of £850 for fencing in the park lands. Up to that time no part of the park lands had been enclosed, and although the town had 700 acres set apart, the only revenue received for four years in the shape of license feeB was £13 5s 7d. Since then, however, the revenue has increased regularly until last year when it reached £55 15s 9d, an amount which will be surpassed this, year seeing that already £35 17s 6d I has been received. In short, a...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 29 August 1888

TO CORRESPONDENTS. I " Tippara Ratepayer."-If a councillor undertakes work at joa state he is disqdali fied from acting as eonneillor. Under claase 47 of the District Council Act 1887 the fol lowing appears amongst other disqualifies tioas:-A person who directly or indireetij participates or is interested in any contract, except for advertisements and printing, with or employment under the Distriot Council."

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DILTRICT OF KADINA. MONDAY, Aug. 27, 1888. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 29 August 1888

DILTRLCT OF KADINA. MONDAY, Aug. 27, 1888. Present-The Chairman (Mr P. Allan), CM Chatfield, Cowley. Ceosbey, Sooney, «Tas. Allen, Marshall, and Simons, and the CJerk (Mr E. Manclarke.) The CHAIBMAN reported that Mr John fieid's seat as Councillor for Fukeville Ward had been declared vacant, which varancy it would be necessary on the part of the Coun cil to take immediate steps to fill. In accord aface with jt resolution passed at the last meeting of the Council, he (the Chairman) in company with the Surveyor met the District Council Chairman of Ninnes and Clinton at Paskeville. ? Those present were in favor of a uniform rate of wages for the men em ployed by the yarious Councils. Mr Jones, the Superintending Surveyor of the three Counoiis, explained at that meeting that a uniform rate of wages would be a great ad vantage, besides an actual saving to the rate payers, as he could utilize the labor of the men whereyer they happened to be stationed irrespective to which Council they be...

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LAYING THE FOUNDATION STONE OF THE PORT BROUGHTON INSTITUTE. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 29 August 1888

LAYING THE FOUNDATION STONE OF THE POET BROUGHTON INSTITUTE. Oar Port Broaghton correspondent writing on August 24, eays:-A very pleasing ceremony was performed here to-day-namely, the laying of the memo rial stone of the Port Broughton Institute. The ceremony was performed by the Hon. John Darling, M.L C. The day was delightful, and there was a large atten dance. At 3 30 p.m., the President (Mr W. J. George, J.P.,) on introducing the hon. gentleman in a few well-choBen remarks presented him with a handsome silver trowel, suitably inscribed, also a bottle which was placed under the stone, containing copies of the South Australian Advertiser, Port Brouqhton Echo, Wallaroo limes, Zeitlaud newspapers, and coins of tbe realm, also a paper containing the names of the Architect (Mr Stalley). Con tractor (Mr C. Coltman), Clerk of Works (Mr D. Gray), and the Committee. The hon. gentlenan then proceeded to lay the stone, delivering a short humorous ad dress. Donations were laid on the stone ...

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MEETING OF RATEPAYERS, WALLAROO. A CORPORATION LOAN. THE BEETALOO WATER WORKS. EXTENSION OF SNOWTOWN RAILWAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 29 August 1888

MEETING OF RATEPAYERS, WALLAROO. A CORPORATION LOAN. THE BEETALOO WATER WORKS. EXTENSION OF SNOWTOWN RAILWAY. A public meeting of ratepayers was held in the Wallaroo Institute Hall on Saturday evening, to consider a proposal to borrow £300 on the rates of the town for the purpose of paying off the present overdraft of the Council, and fencing in the Western park lands. There was a fair attendance, and the Mayor (Mr. Jas.   Malcolm. J.P.), occupied the chair. The Chairman read the notice calling the meeting and stated that the reason     for proposing to borrow the £300 was to   pay off the overdraft, and to fence in the   remaining portion of the western park   lands. They felt assured that if it was borrowed they would secure £300 for the   sum they now paid for £200; thus with-   out causing any additional expenditure they would have sufficient to fence the   park l...

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THE FISHERIES DISPUTE. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 1 September 1888

THE FISHERIES DISPUTE. The Foreign Affairs Committee of the House of Representatives of the United States, are now preparing a retaliatory measure on the lines suggested by Presi dent Cleveland in connection with tbe Fisheries dispute between tbe States and Canada.

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SUDDEN RISE IN PRICE OF COPPER. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 1 September 1888

SUDDEN RISE IN PRICE OF COPPER. The price of copper has advanced rapidly, tbe latest quotation for Chili bars being £90 5s per tun, and the price is still increasing.

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GOVERNOR OF HANOVER. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 1 September 1888

GOVERNOR OF HANOVER Herr Rudolph von Bennigeen has been appointed Governor of the FrassUo Prov ince of Hanover. The selection has caused great surprise and delight amongst the Liberal section.

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THE STATE OF EUROPE. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 1 September 1888

THE STATE OP EUROPE. Signor Crispi, the Italian Prime Minis ter, who has recently paid a visit to the German Chancellor, Prince Bismark, has celebrated his return to Italy by delivering au address at Borne. Signor Crispi declares that there is no danger ot the peace of Europe being disturbed, notwith standing the assertions that Italy is con templating warlike measures against France.

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ADELAIDE AND LONDON TELEGRAPH. [By SUBMARINE CABLE.] SPECIAL TELEGRAMS. (From our own correspondent.) THE AUSTRALIAN ELEVEN IN ENGLAND. AUSTRALIANS V. ALL-ENGLAND London, Aug 30. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 1 September 1888

ADELAIDE AND LONDON TELEGRAPH. [By SCBMABINB CaBM/] SPECIAL TELEGRAMS. (From oar own correspondent.) THE AUSTRALIAN ELEVEN,- iN ENGLAND. AUSTRALIANS V. ALL-ENGLAND - London, Aug 30. The Australians began another match against an Eleven representing England to-day. The Englishmen were the first to bat, the following are the scores: Abel ... ... ... 0 Grace .... 88 TJlyett .... ... ... -0 Bead ... ... .. 19 Sugg .. 24 , Barnes ... ... .. 26 Gunn ... ... 15. Peel li Briggs (not oat)' ... ... 22 , Lobmann ... ... ... 0 Filling ... ... ... 17 Total 172 In the bowling Turner took 5 wickets for 86, Ferris 2 for.49, Woods 2 for 35. The Australians then went in and at the drawing of stamps had scored 32 for the loss of 2 wickets. The scores were: McDonnell . ... 15 Bannerman... 1 Trott (notoutj 14 Sundries 2 Total for 2 wickets 32

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VESSELS EXPECTED. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 1 September 1888

TKSSED8 EXPECTED. Howcletv, from Melbourne. ? OronBay Trom Melbourne, 3. L. HaM, from Newcastle. Saxon, from Kewoartle.

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BOUNDARIES OF DISTRICTS. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 1 September 1888

BOUNDARIES OF DISTRICTS. TO THE EDITOE. SIB,--I see by your issue of August 15, a letter from a correspondent signing him self.. " Uinnes Ratepayer." He says Mr John/field's remarks about alteration of boundaries " is worthy of notice-'' X think so to, but not ia the same way as your correspondent, ... Jt "appears to me that honest Tom and1 his Government has not {studied private interest but has laid down the boundaries of district councils for the ge&eral,, good , of all-parties. But the Government , can't please everybody, I -think. they i;that are trying. to alter the boundaries ofDlstrict Coanoils"are en deavouring to do'so for their own ends. I faave tio doubt that lb John Beid saw the storm rising at Moonta that caused him to advocate an alteration in the %oiihda1riea'^f districts. " Ninnea Eate payer" is very anxious about the altera* iiotfl^Niones.'7 He *?y* pur- best course would be. to jom Siilpa^a. and half of V^iltuogs. We Wiltahga T^f payer® bavg no; desire for...

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COMMERCIAL. Kadina, Aug. 31, 1888. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 1 September 1888

COMMERCIAL. ? SgiffiDi, Aug. 31, 1888. The following are tbe retell prices current for produceat'Kadina r-^- J Wheat. 3s l0a to 3s lid per bushel. Flour, 163<6cl per bag. - Pollard^s 2d fwr.buBhel. Bran Is perbnsbell Batter {prime) lid per lb. Bgga, 9d p&r dozen,; Bacon. "lOd per lb. Wallaroo. Aug. 31,1888 Wheat. 3s lid to 4s per bushel. Floor, roller, £818s perton; stone, £8 do. Bran llld. Pollard, le. The following are the retail prices current for produce at.WalJaroo: Dairy Produce Batter, freeh.lB tola id per lb.. Cheese, la to le 2d per lb. Eggs, Is 2d per dozen. Lar<J9tlpfer lb.. ?? Bacon lid to Is per lb. Hams, Is tp Is 2d per lb.. PotatoeB,;4s 6dper cwt. Jttoonta, Aug, 31, 1888. The following are the prices current for produce i at Moon ta: Wheat 3s lOd to 3s lid. pec bushel. Floar.£10 person; retail 21i'par bag Bran Is per bushel, retail Is Id do - i Pollard Is Id per bushel, retail Is Id do. Chaff*, £2'10s per ton, retail, £3. do. Potatoes, £5...

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BEETALOO WATER RATE. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 1 September 1888

BEETALOO WA.TEK RATE. TO THE EDIXOE. Sis,-I hope reference will be made at the'meeting on Saturday to the fact that although as the Commissioner remarks it might take a million to take the pipes to every manVdoor as they are now laid.'' Yet, an inch pipe laid say nine inches under the surface would not cost much, anci supply all the requirements say .of half-a-dozen settlers for each branch'. With the pressure it now has a one inch pipe will-convey a great deal of water running day and night. Of course, each farmer would have his reservoir. The ground is quite cool even in summer nine inches below the surface, and the past waste of money in blastjpg several .feet would be avoided. Besides,: why should not'the pipes be obtained by tender fro.m vthe cheapest market; The annual jntereet on the work, if done economically, I would not he telt; but as long as farmers have to cart for their stock, if oniy one mile. tbey will not appreciate the Beetaloo as a source of profit. The Commission...

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ADELAIDE SHARE MARKET. From Mr H. D. O'Halloran, S. A, Stock Exchange, (By Telegraph,) Adelaide, Friday, 5 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 1 September 1888

ADELAIDE SHAKE MARKET. From Mr H. D. O Balloran, S. A, Stock Exchange, (By Telegraph,) Adelaide, Friday, 5 p.m. Moontat Baker's Creek Alma Extd. (con) Birds .- . Ht. Ckrrington ' Alma (a) - Do ,(b) . .» Allandale " ... British Blocks - ... Bohm2z&: ... BroBeti Hills BlookVU New Broken Extd. South'(pro) Central ;iPap) . ... Do (cgm -: - Cosgrove (pro) Eagleh&wk (pro) ... Eveleensrv^..;. ... New Norths" ?' *? ... BiBing Son's Stirling HiH (pro) ... Victoria'Gtobb War Dekse Extd. ... White Book Sampsonfe 2ft. Bobe Xindsays raby (con) McDonnell (pro) Great Matrix (pro) CO PPM. Gout.' SH.VM. Bubixs,

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