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

ADELAIDE SHARE MARKET. From ICr H. O. CHalloran, 8. A. Stock Exchange, (By Telegraph,) Adelaide, Tuesday, 5 p.m. Goran. Moonta, ... ... 5 9 0 Hootooroo (con) 0 3 3 GOLD. Baker's Creek ... - 312 0 Alma (a) 113 3 Do (b) 118 3 Silt**. Brokea Hills ... ... Ml 6 C Blook 14 «. 215 0 Junctions 16 3 Soath (pro) 216 0 Central (pro) - 0 14 0 CoagroTB (pro) 0 3 8 Pis&aole Jnnotiona ... 0 0 6 Sontbero Cross (con) 0 0 Kew Norths .» ... 1 4 lit. Kobe ... ... 1310 Sampsons 3 0 Rising Son Extd. ... 0 Victoria Cross ... ... 0 Pioneer ... ... .« ^ Silver King - 0 Beltna (pro) ' ... ... - ... O Block 10 ~-v' - 1 Great Matrix (pro) ... - ... 0 So (eon) ." 0

Publication Title: Kadina And Wallaroo Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
MINISTERIAL CRISIS IN QUEENSLAND. (By Telegraph.) Brisbane, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 5 September 1888

MINISTERIAL CfilSIS IN QUEENSLAND. (By Telegraph.) Brisbane. Tuesday. The Ministry tendered their resigna tion this morning to Governor Musgravd, who has refusedto depart, from bis decision, refusing to release tbe. priaondr .Benjamin KittB, who isnndergorag seti .. tenco in the Townsville Goal lor lareency of three pairs of-boots.

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KADINA WESLEYAN CHURCH. SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 1888. ANNIVERSARY SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 5 September 1888

KADIS'A. WESLEYAN CHURCH. SUNDAY, JSEPTEMBEB 9, 1888. ASKITEESABT SBSTXCBS. PBEAOHBBB-Morning, Alternoon, Ber. H. ILeT. D. O'Donnell. BAT. D. O'Donnell. Cheater. Evening,

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THE COAL MINERS' DISPUTE. THE STRIKE. (By Telegraph.) Adelaide, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 5 September 1888

THE COAL MINERS' DISPUTE: the STRIKE. (By Telegraph.) Adelaide, Tuesday. A great many lumpers at.Port Ade laide have been throwii outof employmebt in consequence of the Don-arrival of the usual cargoes of coal. The Tug Com pany will soon have- to lay up their steamers, they having ho coal supply. Large quantities of maliee roots are being shipped to Melbourne. - Sydney, Tuesday. A 01 ore hopeful. view of matters was held to-day since the meeting of thjs Masters which lasted from 10.30 till 2 o'clock. It was decided to meet the men in an open conference. Mr Brunker is tio ask Mr Curley, the .general Secretary <if the Miners Union, to name a time anil place of meeting. It is believed it will be held at Newcastle on Saturday. It is stated that the Masters will submit to an agreement the same as tbat handed to Canon Selwyn.

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SHIPPING NEWS. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 5 September 1888

SHIPPING NEW 8. | 1BBI7ED. Monday, September j-titnu, e.g., 363 torn t A. -lerson; master, from Wnonte Bay.

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

Shipping. FROM WALLAROO. fllHB ABBIiATBS 1 STEAMSHIP COT., LIMITED, Dispatch their-Steamers as under, when practicable: FroraPfcADELAIDE thr%B. "Xn*M%a tor1' on SATURBAY, at noon, carrying Cargo for Port Wallaroo* landing -same on MOST DAY MOENING. FOE POETS'PIRJE and GERMED?, s.8. *? Investigator," Monday. FOE POET ADELAIDE, -8.8." Investigator" Wednesday. F. CLARE, "Agent, WaUarop. Business Notices PROFESSIONAL. SOLICITORS JlND NOTABIES PUBLIC, 62 KING WILLIAM 8TEEET, (Next TRiqby^s) ADELAIDE. MB BOBJEBT X NOBES, 454-rc AGENT AT 3L&DINA. H. W. TJffindell, SOLICITOR, NOTARY, &a., & ! MOONTA AND KADINA. BOTH OFFICES OPEN DAILY. TI/lB UFFINDJ3LL attends all Penin sola Courts, and may be consulted at ITadraa on. Monday, Wednesday and Saturday in each week, and at Moonta ob alternate days. . S. E. PAGE, - SOLICITOR. &o.. - GBAVES STBEET, KADINA, and EXXBB STREET, MOONTA. Mr PAGE attends all neighboring Courts, and may be .ooneulted at K&dint ever...

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

VESSBLE I3V HjtBBOR. . 1 Cape Verdi* for Untted;5Eingctoto. ^ I

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

SAILED. * I Monday, September Emu, s.s., 363 tone, Anderson, muter, for Port Pirie. |

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THE CHINESE QUESTION IN AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 5 September 1888

THE CHINESE QUESTION IN AMERICA; The Houaeof Representative* .' has passed a Bill 'rendering it :iiinlawful tor Chinese laborerstoreturn tQ the States. It also provides for suspending certificates of identity. /

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AFFRAY WITH A GANG OF HORSE STEALERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 5 September 1888

AFFRAY WITH AfiANQ OF HORSE STEALERS. A Vigilance, Committee at Paladora, Missouri, U.S.A., in attempting to arrest a gang of horse-Btealers,- a fightjengubd, and seventeen thieres were killed and severaloftheXigUants. :

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POLICE COURTS. MOONTA, Tuesday, September 4, 1888. (Before T. J, S. O'Halloran, Esq. S.M.) [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 5 September 1888

POLICE COURTS. MoohtA,' Taeedaj, September 4,1§88. {Before T. J, S; O'Hsiloran, "Esq. 9.M.) ?_Samtiel John Harris, sngiD6-drirer, ehd Elijah PhiUipb, lander.fcoth of j|pontti Mines, were charged on the informattonuF Corporal5 of iPoijoef . witb OBN| ZBtb day of August Jaat, at Taylor's &Me\ Moonta Mines, feloniously and unlawfully . ^ ^nd y one Henry Verran, contrary to^the Criminal Law Consolidation Act of Mr Uffindell appeared for the defendant Har"8'and ge (or °l ^e^a^e* attended to watch the interest* of the Company, The Court was, half-an-heur before !the door6 8" com®enced' ««»wded to ithe polioe' a" witeeWe were ordered out of Court. Thomas Kemp, miner, Moonta Minee Bemember 28th day of last month. An isci d«nttook_plaee « Moonta Mines, atTaylbrV shaft Was sitting above the steps at a&mt {k!DR %^rS f° 3 P,in: the ladder (El jah Phillipsj. Could not see the engine driver. Heard the lander say " To the j.80 next. Saw him ware his hand to theonrine man. looked un...

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THE MAITLAND RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 5 September 1888

THE MAI TLAND BACE3. This annual meeting was held on Mon day, September 3, in a paddock about a mile from the township, kindly lent for the occasion by Mr Honner. The weather was all that could bare been desired, although the late rains had made the track rather heavy for the horses. Un fortunately the mishaps which sometimes occur at meetings of this sort befel one of the riders in the Hack Race, and it seems an unaccountable mystery bow the poor fellow was not killed on the spot, as the horse (Mr Day's Stella) in falling rolled right over him. In the Maidens Dream was general favorite, and came in a winner by several lengths with apparently some thiug in hand. For the Hurdles three came to the post, all ot whom had a few admirers, but Nellie and Charcoal were the most fancied. In this race the riders were very slow in leaving the post as two of them trotted to the first hurdle, neither rider caring to take the' lead, but even tually Shaddrick set sail on Nellie at tended by Charco...

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THE PRINCESS SOPHIE OF PRUSSIA. London, Sept. 4. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 5 September 1888

THE ^EINCESS SOPHIE OF PRUSSIA. Ixmdon;Sepl4. I The PrinceBBi^Spphie. of Prussia, .it is announced, has-been betrothed to the Duke ofSparti.

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ADELAIDE AND LONDON TELEGRAPH. [BY SUBMARINE CABLE.] SPECIAL TELEGRAMS. THE AUSTRALIAN ELEVEN IN ENGLAND. London, Sept. 3. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 5 September 1888

t . ' . ADELAIDE AND LOND&N TELEGftAML fBr SuBMABIKB CABLB.") SPECIAL TELEGRAMS. (From oar own correspondent.) TUB AUSTRALIAN ELEVEN IN ENGLAND. London, Sept. The Australians began a taatoh again it < a mixed En^li8h' team at Harrow to-day. The Australians .were all out lor 70. * |rhe English team tnadelll. In tbeir second innings 'the^Asietralians made H without the loss of, a wicket. Tamer took 5, wickets for 63 raps ; Ferris, 3 for 38 ; Worrall, 2 for 1. !

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

NOTICE. The Wallaroo Office of this paper will be open daily a* heretofore. Any order*for printing, advertising, &c., left there will receive immediate attention, at mil any items of news which may he left by correspondents and others. Our Moonta Agency is 'under the man agement cf Mr D. Archibald, Byari 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 — 5 September 1888

DISTRICT COUNCIL MEETINGS. KTOPABA, Tuesday, Sept. 11, at 12 o'clock. CxXHTQHt Saturday Sept. 15, at 10 a.m. Hixkes, Monday, Sept. 17, at 2 o'clock, .t Bute.

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FOOTBALL. MOONTA MINES TURKS V. MOONTA. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 5 September 1888

EOOTBALL. MOONTA MINES TORES V. MOONTA. The last game of the season between these clubs was played on the Turks ground on Saturday, and proved to be a ?ery close match. The Moontas, who seemed determined to win if possible, had out their strongest team, which in cluded 5 new players, while the Turks were minus Wiltshire and Metherell Sampson won the toss, and the Orange started against a slight cross wind, and rushed the ball forward when some ex* citing play took place till the home team prevailed, and forwarded. In a while the play was all over the ground, A Schwan eventually getting a difficult shot which resulted in a behind The tieers settled down to work and during the first quarter the play was very even, each side scoring 2 behinds. The second quarter was all in favor of the visitors, but, owing to the Turks strong defence, only behinds were, added. At half time the scores stood, Moonta5 behinds, Turks 2 behinds, From the bounce Richards got away and forwarded,. Harris relie...

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WOKURNA. August 22, 1888. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 5 September 1888

WOKCTBNA. August 22, 1888. I Favorable weather so far for the all important wheat plant. For some time past we had puny showers or Scotch mists, and the land or sand cannot com plain-" were it capable of doing bo"-of a lack of moisture as yet. Nevertheless, a genuine Irish mist or heavy fall would be appreciated as' a reserve supply of moisture for the wheat plant testers, September and October. The crops are fairly promising, though in some places are rather bachward owing to lateness in tilling and inferiority of land. Some morbid cariosity was created by the onrequested introduction of the Ghoul Goblin or Ghost by your inventive and facetious Baranga correspondent Search parties hare failed to discover its-not certain of the gender - whereabouts. Tour correspondent said it was dancing about the road with two lights, occasion ally disappearing. The unanimous opinion is that the hobgoblin in question was nothing more than the blazing lights on some vehicle slowly progressing'over o...

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MR JOHN J. CHRISTMAS IN EXPLANATION. TO THE BDITOE. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 5 September 1888

ME JOHN J. CHRISTMAS IN EXPLANATION. , TO THE BDITOE. SIB,-I notice id your issue of the 26th iniitf, a letter signed W. Tremberth. and his insolvency, in which lie makes reference to me. I admit if made by some men hischarges might appear seri ou but from' one so well known to be so utterly Toid.of principle as W. Tremberth is.it wall peed no -very detailed esplans tibli'lrbri Bis statement-namely, that, I >ssid that I never ; received more ttotf £10: bn bi$ account directly ©r in 3ir«btiy ie I ^nerer SHidanylhing of 4he 'blnd." There are ; certain charges against^s istate. I am asked if'I have received anything whatever in payment of those accounts,'' I say no:: The facts are jbat id^83 he paid his whole store account atdifferent timea and in his first year's transaction he /baB not one penny store account charged ' to his estate, but paid for. to the amount of £40. I cannot now remember where the cash camfe from, bat probably from the sources -named.' by Aim. I find that his -...

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Kadina & Wallaraa Times KADINA, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1888. THE MAINTENANCE OF MAIN ROADS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 5 September 1888

Unto k 3Balkraa Cirnts KADINA, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 6,18B8. THE MAINTENANCE OF MAIN ROADS. THE Sadina Council at its last meeting, acting upon the request of of the Clinton Council, decided that the members for the districts should be asked to urge upon the Government the need of placing £100,000 on the Estimates for the main roads fund. At present the amount stands at £60,000, being an advance of £10,000 on last year's vote. That sum has been placed on the Estimates, and there is no possi bility of altering it J»y way of increase^ that being one of the unalterable laws which govern the consideration of the Estimates. But, as our readers' are aware, we fully sympathise with the view taken-: -by: - the deputation from Clinton. The new District: Council Act certainly expects too much from local ratepayers. Up to a year ago the Government under-' took everything in the shape of making ; and maintainingmain roads. It may! be that the Government have done' too much in the past, but there...

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