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DISTRICT COUNCIL MEETINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 1 September 1888

DISTRICT - COUNCIL MEETINGS. KtjxpabAJ Tuesday 8<>pt. 11, at 12 o'clock. CtiSTOif, Saturday-Sept. 25, at 10 a.m. Wesiteb, Monday, Sept. 17, at 2 o'clock, at Bute.

Publication Title: Kadina And Wallaroo Times, The
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TROUBLES IN THE SOUDAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 1 September 1888

TROUBLES IN THE SOUDAN. A force of 500 dervishes have attacked Fort Kharmanssa, in tbe Soudan. The garrisou, which was composed of two hundred Egyptian soldiers, stubbornly defended the post, and succeeded in keep- . ing off the enemy until assistance came, wifb reinforcements from Waddy-Hafla. The deryishes were then repulsed, with a loss of 200 men. Of the Egyptians 16 were killed and 30 wounded.

Publication Title: Kadina And Wallaroo Times, The
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Kadina & Wallaraa Times KADINA, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 1888. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 1 September 1888

KADINA, SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 1, 1888. The VIVIAN'S.-This talented troupe ap pear intho Kadina Institute Hall on Monday craning next. See advertisement, iKF* Ovbb,-Onaccouut of pressure in our apace,, we are obliged to hold over a leader on main road votes, and other items. JC" M<Tnrgr,~Wfl are asked to men tion that1 Jtalcolih £ Co'a J&adiba monthly sale j» post^M&fftiltill Saturday, 8th September. WaUIABOO COBPOKATION Lour.-The poll for tbe-pbove taie pJape to-day at tbe Council Chamber^.': Thevoting ifibetwflen 9 a. ml and 6 p.m. ' ' Blook^L-A masting of. Peninsula filiare - holdersVjuT/tbis Companyis convened by advertisement for Tuesday erening, Sept. 4, at Esclii^eHotel/fedinB. ' remind JtWretepayera of the District of Kadina of theptrtilib meeting to be held in the Coun cil Chamber this afternoon for the purpose of conflideriDgifte Bpejalpo assessments. AlCKKOSD Waterworks Bat.-We un derstantTon good authority that the 'Govern ment in introducing the ...

Publication Title: Kadina And Wallaroo Times, The
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HONOR TO SIR CHARLES TUPPER. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 1 September 1888

HONOR TO SIB CHARLES TUPPEE. ] A Baronetcy has been conferred upon Sir Charles Tapper, High Commissioner for Canada, m recognition of his services in connection with the arrange meot of the American. and Cana dian Fisheries Treaty

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

TO OOBSBSPONDaJSTS. "JVBTICK"-Paske*il)e, complains of Mr "Wilkinson, taking action to unseat Mr Reid as Councillor, for Paskeville Ward, and fails to flee bow the ward or district will be benefitted by patting Mr Meld to an expense of £3 17s 6d, and the ward to the cOBt of a fresh election, which will result in Mr Beid being returned*: unopposed. " Justice," also thinks it was very cool of Mr Uf&ndelt to say Mr Iteid had cool cheek to defend the case, and wishes lawyers to know that the Courts are not made: for them alone.

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LOCAL TELEGRAMS. Moonta, Friday evenng. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 1 September 1888

LOCAL ^TEl^GBAMSi "Ktbonta,. Friday «v«nog. ,1. The production of jthe " Woman of &e; - People, or horrors cf drink" to-night by| i Vivians Dramatic Company, fo^ tbe bene- : - fit oi tbe Widow and children of the late \ W V i Wl « + » -pV*' I . r'» HI*-' 4 H. ¥errap flgpeesB. The5 JlaHwasliteraHy sl^iiijiiecj $£ $b<» every inph pf aTailableetanding ro6in> beiug occupied. ^ In regard totbenw irlioK1 bip bone wai frMtared^thi? jnoyning;; his case is 1 csBcrUical 1*>-nigh t. - I Sbepherdson -ffoUbVi&gll*ii regiBter taken '. August 1st, 0.022/2na,6.032 j 8rd,0.015 j' ,4th,0.122 f -O-f# TM& , plp|fe V 27f b'i sitotal, 12 ; 0459L " Therunfall forAaguit, 1887j

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ADELAIDE TELEGRAMS. Adelaide, Friday evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 1 September 1888

ADELAIDE 1ELEGMAMS. Adelaide, Friday evening. Grey the late acaounaaat of the Widows Fund Assurance Society, at the Police Court to-day was committed for trial on two charges of embezzlement, one being £9 8s and the other £150. A meeting of the Beltana Broken Hill shareholders to-day, confirmed the reso lution to wind up the company. A reso lution was passed expressing their entire disapproval of the want of care manifested by the promotors, which has resulted in ruin to may persons, who having entire confidence in the gentlemen whose names appealed, invested their all in the under taking. Three deputations, waited on the Go vernment to-day, asking for subsidies to repair main roads in different parts of the colony. The replies,' however, did not lead to the hope that the policy of throw iug the responsibility of maintaining main roads on district Councils will be altered. : The South Australia -Gas Company are determined not to allow the strike to affect their works: Several days a...

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

CHESS. The " Return Match" Kadina T. Moonta took place on Wednesday evening at the house of Mr Anstin. The following gentle men came over to fight for the honour of Moonta :-MeBBra Wilkinson, Fuss, Rowe, Grummett,FUSB,Jan., Farquhar and Butler; while Messrs Austin, Norton, Gurner, R. Bodda, Manclarke, Mailyon and floiloway represented Kadina. Play lasted from 8 to 11 p.m., and resulted in a win for Moonta. The scores being Moonta 3,'Kadina 2,|Drawn 2. thus reversing the result of the former match. The games of Holloway ?. Fuss, and Mailyon v. Butler were drawn. Messrs Austin and Gurner won of Messrs Farquhar and Grummett for Kadina, and Messrs Wilkinson, Fuss, fun , and Rowe won of Messrs Norton,' Manelai-ke and Bodda for Moonts.. We append, the game between Messrs Fuss and Holloway. It was very stubbornly resisted and lasted three hours. It was very carefully played and more than once the situations were very critioal. No. l BOABS. White Mr FUBB 1 Kt to K B 3 2 P to Q 4 3 Kt to Q B...

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

BARGAINS A'T axi^LnaS's BOOT PALACE. i STOCK HEAVY. BARGAINS AT; OLABU'S DRAPERY PALACE, CLEARING WINTER GOODS' STOCK. NOTICE. GOOD PADDOCKING for HORSES and CATTLE. Plenty feed and water. I Every care taken without responsibility. Apply Mbs G. SKIPWORTH, Green's Plains West. KOADGNEJE COPPER MINING SYNDICATE. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, Thar. a GENERAL MEETING of SHAREHOLDERS in the above Syndicate will be beld at the EYCHANGE HOTEL. Kadina. on THURSDAY EVENING, Sept. 6, 1888, at 7.30 sharp. Businsss important. A Directors Meeting will be beld im mediately after. AUG. H. MIDDLETON, Hon, See.' COLUMBIA SKATING KINK. GRATES STREET, - Kadina BUBT and CORNISH Proprietors, The POPULAR fiBSOET. INSTRUCTION LESSONS BT COMPETENT TEACHERS. Every morning and afternoon. SKATES-6d. One hour lesson-Is. ADMISSION-Afternoon and Evenings, 6d; 8kates, fid. SATUKDAT EVENINGS, Admission, 6d ; Skates, Is. Every morning ladies only, Free, and Skates free. . . _____ SKATES IN ANY QUANTITY FOR SALE. SEASON T...

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INSTITUTES AND THEIR USE. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 5 September 1888

INSTITUTES AND 1 HEIR USE. TO THE EDITOR. SIB,-There are a numoer of individuals who have very peculiar notions about Institutes. Tbey seem te think that they should be guarded as carefully as if tbey had been consecrated. Now, in that great country, America, see how things are done. I have out the following short par from an Ohio paper, the Kadnatvalloo limes:-Boxing-" We had a capital dis play of boxing here the other night. The local Institute was engaged by Michael Muldoon and Tim Flaherty, for a glove contest; the affair created much interest and even the Institute Committee closed the reading room so that the full power of gas should be secured for' the hall. The Mbyor and bther'local luminaries graced { the " mill'' which proved a good one. Mick was the better of the two men, but it was not Until the 20th round that he knocked Tim out." Now, here is liberality if you like. The people in America believe in variety. Yon see, even litera ture^ timet is subordinated to the ooble ...

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THE SUPPOSED EARTHQUAKE SHOCK AT SNOWTOWN. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 5 September 1888

SUPPOSED EABTHQUAKE SHOCK AT SNOWTOWN. TO THE BDrTOE. Sis,-It is abent 38 years ago, when I was Beat about 5 o'clock in the morning, in winter, to mind some bullocks. All of a sadden the earth was illuminated by a very bright light like our present electric light. Xiooking up I eaw three different balls of fire flying through the heavens. The first about the size of the fall moon, the third about the size of a cricket ball. All at once they burst. The first with a report I never heard before nor since, the second a little fainter, the third I did not hear myself as I was frightened and fell on my face, but it was heard by others, like a gut fired off. Ail three reports where within a second of bne another I did not hear the report here of the 28th. but by the description given to me by tny wife directly after, I raid then that this has been the bursting of a|large meteor, and I have; seen since that I was right, as it has been seen to burst in Red Hill by the correspondent to the Ch...

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POLICE COURT. WALLAROO, Tuesday, September 4. (Before Mr J. Hay, J.E.) [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 5 September 1888

POLICE COURT. Wallaboo, Tuesday, September 4. (Before Mr J. Hay, J.E.) Robert Wharton was charged, on the information of M.C. Farmer, with making .use of indecent language in a public place on.the 1st inst. Defendant pleaded guilty and was fined 15a and costs 5s. in all £1.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 5 September 1888

BARGAINS AT CLARK'S BOOT PA LA 01. STOCK HEAVY. BARGAINS AT CLARK'S CLEARING WINTER GOODS' STOCK. THE CHEAP CASH DRAPERS. IN THEItt NEW PREMISES, Lately occupied by Messrs T. Berriman 8f Co GEAVES,- ST., IKLAJDIN'.A GREAT HALF-YEARL Y o Ml Winter Goods must be cleared. o Great Half-Yearly Sale. o Winter Stock almost Given Away. GOME EARLY FOB BARGAINS. O' Great Half" Yearly Sale. CO^MElsrOIES Saturday, August 18. The Cheapest Drapery House on the Peninsula o : PRICES AT Graves - Street, Kadina, Adelaide and Balaklava. NOTICE. aOOD PADDOCKING for HORSES and CATTLE. Plenty feed and water. Every care taken without responsibility. Apply MRS G. SKIPWORTH. Green's Plains West. The Fisk Jubilee Singers The FISK JUBILEE SINGERS The FISK JUBILEE SINGERS The FISK JUBILEE SINGERS INSTITUTE HALL, KADINA, ON Friday Next Sept- 7> RESERVED SEATS, 4s ; Family ticket admitting Six, 20s ; 1JNSESERTED 3s ; BACK SEATS, 2B. Plan and Tickets at Mr W. Telfer'e, Chemist, Kadina, or at tbe Hall upon even...

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PORT BROUGHTON. August 25. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 5 September 1888

POBT BBOUGHT0N.\ :J-jl Aueait 25. - ji Anniversary- services in poniiection with j the St. : Phillip's Church wercilieldoii j Saoday, Aagost 19, I preB^tye'sembns'We^ tad evening, by the ^v/'^]U0r: Hoipenft,! of;Petersburg, f. f attendfedj^fter whichtbeiier..Mf Hope- j raft preapiied a sermon -toanother large . eoagreg9tioa.x c & .. 1 On "Tuesday eFemnjg aneiitertoinment I was held- ^ib the 5 i6tiSfeTira ; br Carl Hartz, li»hc» fiail rV^^^«^ifaclfei]ce,1 behio^^^^re.^^WrfDMorily of them came away ifiVmor ~~ ^- *- ' ^gMHu£iita

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VESSELS EXPECTED. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 5 September 1888

. 'D . %>* VESSELS EXPBCTBD. Honden, from Melbourne. Ororuwy Cram Melbourne. J. Ii. Hall, from Newo&stle. S«sm, from JSewoMtle.. --

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LA CROSSE MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 5 September 1888

LA: CROSSE MATCH. A local team met the M^lbpafoe XTni-; ^rereity team, to-^ay, bntthe mitch result-j edia a drsv, each aide, throwing three! goals. . : \

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COMMERCIAL. Kadina, Sept. 4, 1888. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 5 September 1888

COMMERCIAL. Kadina, Sept. 4, 1888. The following we the Teisil pnoetcarrent for j»rodnoeatKndlna:- . Wheat. 3s lOd to 3B lid per bmhel. Floor, IBs 6d'per tig. Pollard, Is 3d oer bushel.'. Bran 1b per bnsbel. . Butter (prime) lid'per lb. Iggi, 9d per doseu. -. ? Baoon, lOd per lb. .; Wallaroo, Sept. 4,1888 Wheat, Sb lid to 4s perbushel. Clour, roller, £8 IBs per tab; stone, £8 do. Bran 11W. Pollard, Is. The following an the retail prices current for .roduoe at Wallarooi l J airy Prodnoe Butter, fresh, Is to la Id per lb.. Cheese, Is to is 2d per lb. £ggs, la 3d per do*en. X>ard9d per lb.. Baoon lid to Is per lb. Hams, 1b to 1b 2d per lb. Potatoes, 4s 6d per cwt. aioonta, Sept. 4, 1888. The following are the prices current for produce atMoonta: Wheat 3s lOd to 3a lid per bushel. Floor £10 per ton, retail 21s per bag. Bran Is per bushel, retail Is Id do Pollard Is Id per bnshel.iBiail Is ld-do. Chaff, £3 10s per ton, retail, £3. do. Potatoes, £S 68 to £510» per ton, retail 6s 6d ewi...

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ADELAIDE TELEGRAMS. THE RIFLE MATCHES. (By Telegraph.) Adelaide, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 5 September 1888

ADELAIDE 'lELEGMAMS. i i (By -iViegnipli.^ ; ;; 1 .-i^^aldeV.Tiu^Aj* | The Animal Bifle $*jteijffea" C^ipepcec to-day. -Theresas,«ome^^^ irijEr, butthe mnjoriiywaBinferior,«an»ec through tfae clqudy__weatherr' ^iW w _jraQgements were Y<etydefective, imdth&r< were great delays.^' Much'digfcritisfactipr was expiredu b£' cofmpoti&er*. :2&« team's match was very ^xoitinff. GJtd' atone was ^rst with 566,'iiiiyerton*econd with' 547, City «dd!WookvlileV<*eli544. Individual' scores--ThisSmith'* .trophy vaB jroD by: Captain Tolley,with'94;;oul of a possible 100, and Pmafe'Gole of Gladstone, second5 Lieut. Hip veil, third; and Major -Roberts, fourth. The short yange prize'was won by Ijieut.Esielbatch. The All-Comer's match, 300 yards, was won- by Lient. Heylaw; Lieot. Bows being second.

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MAIL NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 5 September 1888

. -%-^t ? MAIL NOTICES. Great Briton Ac.-Sept. 1?-N.Q.L.8. Hohen»ol lern. October 1-ViaMarseflleB.M.M.8. Sydney, 3.30 pja.; newspapers, J.30 pjn, Africa.-October 1-MJff.8:, Sydney, 2.30 p.m. to Mauritius, ttaenoe per first opponnity. Mauritius-Oct. 1-M.M.S.. Sydney, 2.30 p.m. Kangaroo Island-September 8-James Comrie, 7 a.m. Kails for New South Wales, Victoria, Qaeene. land, and Tasmania close daily (except Satur days) at 3.30 p.m. by the overland railway via Melbourne. X»ate letters, with fee, or 2d, up to . p.m. Moosx, Fnjro« A*d Stkojtb will bold sales as under: Knlpara Monthly Sale, Spry'a Tarda, Sept. 6. At 1 o'cloole. Kails, bolts, &c., on the premises. Graves street, Kadina, for Mr T. H. Hall, (this day) Sept. 5, at 11 o'clook. Musical instruments, Ao., in the assigned estate of Messrs J. Broad & Co., on the premises George street, Hoonta, Sept. 7, at 11 o'cloo. Moonta Monthly Sale, Dawson's yards, Sept. 8, at 2 o'olook. Kadina Monthly Sale, Nicholas' Yards, Se...

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THE PARLIAMENT. HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY. The House met to-day at 2 o'clock. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 5 September 1888

THE PARLIAMENT. HOUSE OF ASSEBlPLY. The House met to-dsyat 2 o'clock. The Commissioner of Public Workte (Hod, '; A, Catt), introduced .an* amended Water Works Bill, tiealiDg Willi the BeelJ aloo Works.: The bill providea ior ai acreage rate andredHcedareafrom to. three mile's. Land within one mile'tb pay threepence (3d)peir acre; two mile* one penny half peopy^l^^three inilep . one penny (Id). The water"will be re'r duced to 3s per thousand gallons,' Bate payers will have afolVretaro^f amoant of rates 'in water. ' ; The Commissioner promisedtogotnore fully into the queBtion on tbe*econd readj iog of the ^Bill^ bat it is un derstootfthat the price of stock prater will tolesstliad the amount suggested to the deputation \ last week. ' . . . .- . ' | . The Supply Bill wasfartherdiscussedi

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