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CORPORATION LOAN FOR WALLAROO. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 1 September 1888

COKPOBATION LOAN FOIi WALLAEOO. TO THE EDITOR. SIB,-I .hope all our ratepayers will make it their business to record their votes to-morrow. The matter is impor taut and should be supported. At present our open park lands return little income, add to prevent any mciease in rates we must get income from some quarter. Fully £100 per year might be obtained by fees from park lands if they were fenced. Trusting all who can will vote far or of the proposed loan. -I am, &c., A BATE PAYER. August 31. 1888.

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WEEKS RUN, BROKEN HILL. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 1 September 1888

"WEEKS BUN, BROKEN HILL. The weed's ran at Broken Hill Is 91,670 ozs.

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TICKERA v. WILTUNGA. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 1 September 1888

TICKERA v. WILTUNGA. Tbe first match for the season between these dubs took place on Saturday, August 25, and resulted in a victory for' the home team, by 9 runs, with 9 wickets to fall. Tbo scoica were-Wiltunga, first innings 31, second, 30,-total, 61. Tickera-55 and 15,-total, 70.

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KADINA WESLEYAN CHURCH. SUNDAY, SBPTEMBSR 2, 1888. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 1 September 1888

KADINA. WESLEYAN CHURCH. SUNDAY, SBPTEMBSE 2, 1888. PbeAGHKB-Morning, Mr Mellen. Evening, Bey. 3J. O'Donnell. Subject: " Bejond the <3rAve."-Second Discourse.

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CRICKET. NINNES V. BUTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 1 September 1888

CRICKET. HTNNES V. BOTES. These clubs met for tfae first time on the Ninnea Oral, on Saturday, the 25 th inst., and had a very pleasant game. Messrs Dodd and Langtnead doing the bowling for Ninnes, and Messrs Crawford, Young and Uenfr-ey for Bute. The Ninnes made 21 in their first innings, and 26 in the second. The Bates 28 and 21. r The rfinnes thus won by 3 runs.

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SHIPPING NEWS. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 1 September 1888

SHIPPING N IS W S. ARRIVED. it LAMOfty* Aajj. 29-kuiiw* s., <v-363 tons, AnH«»s^^&pa'8tflk>^fegpi ForMufltet&;; ? Tiairaa^^k^»-30^pd8sie DaHlng,^e.,I50 tons, Wen-UanMpafter, frSm PortIiincolt? < ? ' JeBeie Datlin#, ke«» 15Q tens, We0iiiaM7iiiB8ter#from FriuifcUn Harbor* Jt * '.£ V _

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 1 September 1888

Shipping. FROM WALLABOO. THE ADELAIDE STEAMSHIP COY-, ] IIMITED,, Dispatch , . their Steamers as under,'| when practicable From Pit. ADELAIDE the s.s. " In»egtiga-, tor", on S ATUEDAY, at noon', carrying Cargo j for Port Wallaroo,, landing same on MON DAY MOBNING. FOB POETS PIRTE and GERMEIN, s.s. " Investigator," Monday. FOB POBT ADELAIDE, s.s. " Investigator" Wednesday. -o Passage money stttbt he paid before em* barkation. Ifo orders, taken. All claims ' for short delivery or damage j mast be rendered within 24 hours of vessel's discharge ; and . -none will- be -admitted for.j breakage, &c., unless same'is pointed out at titue of discharge. Freights jnust be pud on all goods before delivery. All cargo is carried by these steamers sub ject to the conditions : and terms of the Compapv' form of Bill of Lading The Adelaide Steamship Co., Limited. F. CLABE, Agent, . Waiiarop. Business Notices. PBOFES8IONAL. WABEY & E. J. COX, 8OLICITOB8 AND NOTARIES PUBLIC, | 62 KING WI...

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

' , fVBSSSLS £N .HARBOR. Gape Verdi, for Unites 'Kingdom.

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

? .* - SAILED,* WfedneBdao, Augnsl 29-iStna, 363 tonBj ^Anderson, ihaster, for Port Adelaide. . Thursday, August 30-Je*»ie Darlinc, e.8., 160 tone, Wendland, master, for Franklin Harbor. Friday, Aug. 31-JeBsie, Darling, S.S., 150 tOOB, Wendlandrmsster;fbr-Port Adelaide.- -

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THE CORPORATION LOAN. (TO THE EDITOR.) [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 1 September 1888

THE CORPORATION LOAN. (to THE EDITOB.) SIB,-In your report of the ratepayers meeting re tbe above held at Wallaroo on August 28, tfaeie are one or two items in the Mayor's statement whicli I -intend to get some information on before I record my votes on Saturday, and I would ask allotherratepayers to do likewise if they bare not already , bad the information. 1st If in tbe erent of the Council {getting the loan to pay off the presont overdraft, dothey intend to put that liability on the shelf, and be liberty to run up the overdraft again to its present amount, as soon as possible ; because if that is the case we shall be in a worse position in a year's time than what we are now* -2nd. The 'Mayor stated; that the Park Lands' have a creditof £82 5s 2d; . X would like to know ifthe labour that has been 4one on the jfark lands has been debited Jto that fund,' or has it been paid out of the general funds, thereby makingthe parklands aecountappear better than it actually is. The statement...

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YORKE'S PENINSULA FOOTBALL ASSOCIATION. MOONTA MINES TURKS v. WALLAROO. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 1 September 1888

YOBKE'S IENIN3SOLA FOOTBALL ? ? ?:;>r- af ^SOCIATIOJr ^-? ? -~h; MOONTA MINES TUSKS >. WAMABOO. 1 These dribs who are raniiin^ for firrt I place in the Y; ft P^A y^net on Saturday* last 25th inst on the Wallaroo Oral, for the last time this^eeason, it was expected that the resuit woulu be ft tough contest, .J>ut .tbe BI&bs won easily by 4 goals 4 ;bebida&-/to2 behinds. Shortly after 3 »'clock,: Sampson, the Turks Captain tarted tbeball against aa alight wind, hiBte^m«bon got to work, and some good Trottailwas eholrn. Tbe Blues by com bined play gradually forced the ball for wards and placed Walkley in possession who by a fine punt kiek soored first goal for the lionie team From this to £ {to^e.aeither team gained any advantage. 1?rom the bounce the Blues got away and -continually-had the Turks goal in danger, during this qaarter the Blaes played a fine game. If. Walsh, Hehir, Walkley and D., Hopkins, put in some ' use ful work, "the Tqrks despite tbe bard wo...

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SNOWTOWN v. RED HILL. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 1 September 1888

SNOWTOWN t. BED HILL. The retnrn match between these chess clubs took place on Saturday evening, 25th inet., j at Red Silt when, the visitors were victorious j by four games to one, and one drawn game.! The successful players for Snowtown were | Mrs Allan won from Mr Geo. Wheatan, Mr j P. J. Williams, won from MrJLeibing, Mr C. Williams won from Mr Robertson, Mr J. Edwards won from Mr March. The game between Mr F. Wheaten and Mr* 3. Allan, resulted in a diav. For Red Hill Mr Ford won from Mrs Hayes.

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FOOTBALL. WALLAROO v. WALLAROO MINES TUBES. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 1 September 1888

FOOTBALL. WALLAROO v. WALLAROO MINES TUBES. These dobs meet for the fast, time thii; season at Kadina to-day, play wlll cdm-' nience at 3 p.m: sharp, and the following , team will represent Wallaroo, ?«., J. Walsh (captain): Donnell (vice).Gepp', Hopkins (2)." Willis (2), Wa|ph (2), , Hisscock, Jones,. Harman. . Edwards, Middleton McKee, Phillips, Evans.jEieliir,, Thomas and : Clements,. Emergency-r Brickman, and Pr«ttejohn. , The team; ., wjll Ip&ve tfre Institute, iji .Cdwans^raa, at 1.45 p.m. The, followinewttl repre-:. sent the Wallaroo Mines Tarks -Cartby f&j, Sands, !Nankiveli; (2), "Firreli {2)? Clark, Hall, Richards, £eed, - ©'Brady, Bailey, Pengetfy, ^armody, fHopgdod and JP^u^' ' 3^ gencles-Donn andMcEarlane. i ' . - ; . " .- A'-'; -4 »s 1

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 1 September 1888

CORPO R AT ION OF WALLAROO. PUBLIC NOTICE. - LG*NGF£300. \T a MEETING of the RATEPAYERS held on Saturday, August 25, 1888, a motion was carried empowering the Council to tiorrow the sum of £300, the proceeds to be applied in and towards fencing the WeeJ park lands, and paying off the Corporation overdraft at the National Bank, and a pol! having been demanded, in accordance with the provisions of*.the Municipal Corporation JUSt dfjfiB8Q. the^atajmy ere pre hereby ih fqjjrajetjPthaj nj^J^ pjSi. will be taken at the Council Chamber, on SATURDAY NEXT, Sentjaofrqi;i3^| between the hours, of 9 a.m. The scale of voting is as follows;-Annual assessment (within one or more wards) up to £26,1 one vote; to £85, -two votes ; to £45, three Totes ; to £55, four votes ; to £65, five Votes; and to £75, six votes and no more. +c^fy ALEX. YOUNG, ' Town Clerk, lerk's Office, Aug. 27,1888. TO PjSTER ' AiiLEN, ESQ.. CHAIRMAN OF THK jKADXNA DISTRICT COUNCIL S IR,-^e the Undersigned ratepayers and Sobers,...

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

MINING. THE KOADGNEE C.M. SYNDICATE. Sioce last reported the men have driveti a crosscut from No. 2 Shaft 17 feet north, through very similar country to that found in the shaft - spar stained and intermixed with green ore. One or two patches of high percentage ore were met with; while *' vuggs" were cat through at intervals, and from which some good ore was obtained. In one of the costeen > ing pits of No. 1 shaft a lode has been cat with iron back and quartz. It is the intention of the directors we understand, to continue the crosscut from No. 2 shaft to cut Martin's lode, which it is expected will be met with shortly. At the present time everything leoks very promising. DEVON AND Cornwall S,M.--The management of this mine recently com missioned two practical miners, Messrs George Prior and William Luttin, to re port upon the property, and they have written (August 22) as follows:-" We visited the mine, and were very greatly struck by the truth of the Barrier Miner reporter's re...

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CORPORATION. WALLABOO, August 29, 1888. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 1 September 1888

COEPORATION. I W ALLABOO, August 29.1888. I Present-His Worship the Mayor (Jas. Malcolm, J.P.), Crs Stimson, Chatfield, Hamence, Clare,"Harman, Kearse, Phillips and Gepp, and the Town Clerk (Mr Ales. Young). '-The Mayor reported that in accordance with the resolution -of the Council a public meeting was held on Saturday evening last, at which the resolution empower* iug the Council to borrow £300 to fence in the West Park Lands and pay off overdraft was- carried; but a poll had been demanded by the oppositionists which would take - place on Saturday, September 1, 1888, At the public meeting a resolution was also carried re the assessment at present adopted for the collection of the Beetaloo Water Rate, in support of the system that the rate be on the acreage, the lines originally proposed by the Government. A resolution was also carried affirming the desirability of extending the Snow town lino ; and that a monster meeting be held at Kadioa to consider this question. The Mayor furth...

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CORONER'S INQUEST AT MOONTA MINES. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 1 September 1888

CORONER'S INQUEST AT MOONTA MINES. On Tuesday evening last, August 28, an inquest was held at the Mines1 Institute, by Mr W. H. Wilkiaeon, J.P., and a jury qf thirteen, on the body of Henry Verran, who was killed that afternoon at Taylor's shaft by the gig dropping while be was in the aot of getting out. Mr John Cruet was chosen foreman. John Opie, miner, Moonta Mines, deposed -He was working near Taylor's shaft that day, and close to where deceased had to get up. Saw a man after others got oat of the -gig throw an empty lithofracture box on the platform and attempt to get oat, when he was jammed. The gig must hare been going down or it would not have caught him. His whole body was out except one leg when he was dragged down. The skip was an un usually long time. The lander is the person in charge of the gig. Heard eome one say '. to the 180," which meant that the gig was to go to the 180 fathom level to bring up other men. The lander cannot see when all the men are out of the gig, ...

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DISTRICT COUNCIL. KULPARA, Tuesday, Aug, 21, 1888. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 1 September 1888

DISTRICT COUNCIL. Kulpaba, Tuesday, Aug, 21,1888. Present-Cr J. McDonald (Chairman), Crs J. Daniel, J. RundJe and J. Millard. Mr P. Daniel appealed against assess ment on Sections 385 and 388. To be reduced to 2s an acre. From Mr G. W. Brown against; assess ment on Sections 143 and 145 not enter tained. CoBBESPOKDENCE. Circular from District Councils Associa tion. From Nmoes District Council asking that sand hill between Ninnes and Kul» para be out or otherwise repaired. To be left in the hands of Overseer of Works and the Ninnes District Council From the Chairman of District Council, asking the co-operation of KolparaCoun? cil in getting road from Main road to Bate placed on the schedule of Main Roads. TENDERS. Tenders for forming and rabbling about 10 chains of road near Mr Edwards house. Mr R. Lewis' tender was accepted £2 10s per chain. Tenders to be called for rabbling about 15 chains between . sections 143 and 144, and 15 chains from 3 chain road. Mr Sbaltz applied to haye a: ...

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

RECHABITISM. } One of the District Officers has sent as the following brief sketch of the meetings held ? after leaviDg Kadina :-^ " -After the half-yearly Council meeting at* Kadina on Tuesday, August 21, the following - meetings in connection with the Order wer®"» held: MOONTA. On Wednesday, August 22, the Officers were met by the brethren and sisters at a social tea, after which a public meeting was i held. Mr H. J. Pndnev, D.T. presided. Mr J. Lander (Secy.) read the report. Ad dresses were given by the D.C.R. Bro. S. Semmens and P.D.C.R. Bro. Be*. W. R. Stephenson, while P.D.C.R. Bro Walkden Wood (Secretary T. A. League «nd Band'of Hope Union) gave a short address and recita tion entitle " A Speech. from the Gallows," which was well received. Music by Mr F.' J. Harris and friends. EAST MOONTA. On Thursday, the Officers were met at a social by a number of brethren, after which a good meeting was held, the D.S. Bro. Gh W. Cole in the chair. A good programme was well carried out a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 1 September 1888

NOTICE. The Wallaroo Office of this 'paper will be open daily as heretofore. Any orders for printing, advertising, &e., left there w^ll receive immediate attention, ?as will any items of news which may be left by correspondents and others. Our Mbonta Agency is under the man agement of Mr D. Archibald, Xtyah St., opposite jPost Office. D. §. A. F. TAYLOR. Kadina, August 3,1888.

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