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THE STEAM FARMER. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 5 September 1888

THE STEAM FARMER. There is on view in tbe Canadian court of tbe Glasgow International Exhibition (says tbe Some News) an interesting; model of a novel agricultural machine,, which is known as Komaine's steam; farmer. The implement Is an entirely! new departure from the system of culti vation that baa been adopted in this and'; other countries' Up to-the present time tbe only implement used for turning over : the soil has been the plough, and all in-; veatorsaeem to have devoted their atten ^tioii "to ttie improvement of 'it!!! Some', thirty years ago. MrILomaine,*iowsuper- ? intendent of parliamentary papers in the! House of Commons, Ottawa, began work ing out a - system of cultivation whioh should thoroughly pulver'se tfae soil, aod ' tit the same time not turn up the subsoil. ' He has designed the steam farmer, .for; which it is claimed that it will be able to j plough, prepare a seedbed, and sow; Jbe \ seed at one operation, and that, when ? harvest comes, it can cut. the grain-a...

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THE WALLAROO WEIGHBRIDGE. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 5 September 1888

I THE WALLABOO WEIGHBRIDGE. TO THE EDITOR. SIB,-Yesterday a farmer called upon me, and showed me two cart-notes for one load of wood, which he had just weighed on the Wallaroo and Railway weigh bridges respectively. Oa the fort it weighed 4 tons 17 cwt. and on the other 4 tons 11 cwt. Oa the railway officials being questioned about it they stated that their bridge is tested every month, and had been tested only last week. On the Wallaroo Town Clerk being asked when the Wallaroo bridge had been tested be stated that he did not know, and he further stated that it would be a difficult matter to find two bridges alike. While I admit that that may be correct there must be something wroog with one of the bridges when there is a difference of 6 cwt. between them. If the railway, bridge is correct then tbe ratepayers who are com pelled to purchase goods weighed on the Wallaroo bridge pay rather dear for it; and it the Wallaroo bridge is correct then the Government -are both robbing the team...

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

YOBJLE'S PENINSULA BUILDING SOCIETY. PASS BOOKS. Sfiaseholdkb* are respectfully re- ^ gaeited to LEA-VE their P A S S i BOOKS for Audit with the Secretary on MONDAY EVENING NEXT, September ] 10, 1888, By Order, JOHN HAWSES, Secretary. OF KAJJINA. THE RAILWAY COMMISSIONERS will receive aDBPUT AT IO N at KADINA, on FRIDAY MORNING Next, Sept. ?, at 9.30. f|The Committee appointed by the Kadina Corporation ;to interview them while here, are desirOns'of meeting ill who s» interested In the townand district to confer on local wants. . Meeting at Council Chamber, 11 a.m. on THURSDAY, 6th inst. K-R ? v 5.- !£. RENDELL, Mayor. PUB&IO MEETING; . A: PUBLIC MEETING of Farmers and . X*. others interested in the Beetaloo Water j Assessment will be held in the Kadina C"un- j oil Chamber on-SATURDAY NEXT, Sept. 8,1888, at 2 o'clock. i J. T. JOHNSTON, j Convener. PUBLIC MEETING. ~~ A jeUBLIC MEETING will be held at iv the Coiunoil, Chamber, KULPARA, on TUESDAY, September 11, at 2 o'clock p.m...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 8 September 1888

SPECIAL SALE, BOOTS! ° BOOTS! NOW ON AT CLARK'S BOOT PALACE. IKI .A. D I 1ST -A._ T>lJNSI$iQ: with-pay OOVTB about eiglite»p \ jL*i months One SED and JK^ITE .GO?jkj Th&pjwnpE .,<911 1-bave Uie same,«by payings expenses. Mbs MoAtEBS. Suniuijeide, Wallaroo. CHEAP DRAPERY. C. MOORE fc Co. THE CHEAP CASH DRAPERS. IN THEIR NEW PREMISES, Lately occupied by Messrs T, Berrimcm 8f Co., GRAVES - ST., ISLAJDIIsr.A.. GREAT HALF-YEARLY SALE. o All Winter Goods must be cleared. - o Great Half "Yearly Sale. o Winter Stock almost Given Away. COME EARLY FOE BARGAINS. O ; Great Half-Yearly Sale. COMMENCES Saturday, August 18. The Cheapest Drapery House on the Peninsula o pbioes AT Graves - Street, Kadina, Adelaide and Balaklava. J. s. BAGSHAW & SONS IN: THANKINGI- thoir Farmer Friends to past favors, wish to inform thorn that thoy are prepared (o RECEIVE ORDERS for the Coming Haryest for their / Champion Patent Prize Winnowers WITH OR WITHOUT TRANSPORT OR BAG FILLERS wh...

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ADELAIDE TELEGRAMS. Friday evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 8 September 1888

ADELAIDE 'JLELEGRAMS. Friday evening. Thomas Chalwin died to-day, aged 57. [Deceased was for many years Veterinary Surgeon of this colony and a member and honorary associate of the Boyal College of Veterinary Sageons' of England and Scotland, Government Veterinary Surgeon,. and hon. secretary of the Australasian Veterinary Medical Association. He had for many years been connected with the military forces in his professional capacity, having attained the rank of Lieutenant-Coionel by virtue of long ser vice. He has been in bad health for soma time, and consequently his death was not altogether unexpected. He leaves a widow and family. The Rev. Mr Fairey's canoe in which lie has travelled so far was entirely burnt at North Adelaide Congregational Church on ^Thursday evening. Mr Fairey bad been lecturing and everything was ap - parently right when the audience left. At midnight a policeman passing the church, bad his attention drawn to a peculiar smell of fire coining, from near '. the...

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SENTENCE OF THE REV. J. M. DONALDSON, (By Telegraph.) Adelaide, Sept. 7. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 8 September 1888

SENTENCE OF THE REV. J. M. DONALDSON, (By Telegraph.) Adelaide, Sept. 7. The Ecclesiastical Court appointed to enquire into the charge against the Rev. J. M. Donaldson delivered judgment to-day in the Church Office. Mr Donaldson waB unrepresented. He had sent a letter to the Commissary in which lie said he would not do anything so. contemptible as to make a statement in mitigation of his sentence, and he would treat the proceedings of the Ecclesiastical Court with disdain. . He scathingly re ferred to the evidence, and complained of the unfairness of the summing up. In a subsequent letter he offered: to resign conditionally on no judgment being pro nounced, or that such act on his part was voluntary. Dean Marryatt as the Com misary, but he did not reply to this letter, ' bnt in pronouncing judgmeut he said the ignorance of the elementary law of morality and marriage was no excuse for such an offence as that of which Mr Donaldson had been fonnd guilty. The sentence was iihat be be de...

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THE COAL STRIKE. (By Telegraph.) Sydney, Sept. 8. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 8 September 1888

THE COAL STRIKE. : (By Telegraph,) Sydney, Sept. 8. ArConference was beld in Sydney be tween the Masters and men, to-day, bat the Press was excluded.

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RAILWAY ACCIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 8 September 1888

BAILWAY ACCIDENT. At Dvjon a railway accident ooccurred in which Lady Bowen, wife of the late Governor of Victoria, was slightly injured. Miss Agnes Jos. Bowen escaped no injared.

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VESSELS EXPECTED. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 8 September 1888

VESSELS EXPECTED. Oraniay from "Melbourne. ].L.Htll, from Newoa«tle, Saagn. from Seweaetia. .

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ADELAIDE AND LONDON TELEGRAPH. [BY SUBMARINE CABLE.] SPECIAL TELEGRAMS. THE AUSTRALIAN ELEVEN IN ENGLAND. London, Sept. 6. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 8 September 1888

ADELAil) - AND LONDON TELKGkAPH. TBT SOUMAUINB CABLE.] - SPECIAL TELErGSAMS. (From oar own correspondent.) THE AUSTRALIAN ELEVEN iN ENGLAND. London,' Sept. 6. At Scarborough to-day, the Australians be/tan a match against a very strong team of Englishmen, under the auspices of Lord IiandeBborongfa. The Englishmen were the first to hat and put together 163 runs. The Australians then went in and when stumps were drawn had scored 53 for one wicket.

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COMMERCIAL. Kadina. Sept. 7. 1888. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 8 September 1888

" COMMERCIAL. Kadina. SeDt. 7. 1888. The following are there^al! prioes current for I pwdnoemtKAdlm^'-'i-' Wheat, 3s lOd to lldper bubel. Floor, ltofid in IMS-' r Pollardrlfl"3d per basnel. Bran lspei-bushel., ! BatHrwiw) Ud per lb. Bggs,9a per dosec. - - Baoon, lOd par lb. Wa\ls.roo, Sept. 7,1888 Wheat. Sslldto it ptr'bnihal. Plonr, roller. £816s per ton; stone, &8 do. Bran Hid. Pollard, la. Che following are the retail prioes current for .toAaoe at Wallaroos Lair; Produce Batter, fresh, le to'Is Id per lb.. Cheese, 1b to la Id per lb. Eggs, le 3d i per dooen. Lanlwper lb.." Bacon lid to Is per lb. Hams, Is to lsSd per lb.. Potatoes, 4s M per birt. Koonta, Sept. 7, 1888. The following are the prioes anrrent for produce at Moonta:- - Wheat 3s lOd to 3s lid per bushel. Floor £10 per ton, retail 31s per bag. Bran leper bnabel, r«tail Is Id do Pollard Is Id per bicabal, retail le Id do. Chaff, MS IDs per ton, retail, 23. do. Potatoes, £0 8s to £6 10a per ton, retail 6s 6d ewt. ...

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POLICE COURTS. WALLAROO, WEDNESDAY, September 5. (Before Mr T. Davies, J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 8 September 1888

i; ^ ?i¥QlilQg GQtfJ&TS, ,s W^ii^oo, WBDNB8Dir, September 5. (Before Mr T. Davies, J.P,) : i -.Jofiahlhomas and Annie Thomas, aged 13 and 10 respectively, were charged with being neglected children, having beeq found sleeping in ananoccnpie4 btnldtagt It appearrithey had. h'ppa from home 9 nights, ypbeti gitfiqrefed they said they farfti^id tq ~go home because of their fn^ply to the Gourt they said they were af|»id of their father, v'"!0|3w<£4-.tip. ihtt !ada«tnal School :the father to' pay 8s per week for each child. KADINA, Wednesd ay,Se pt. 5, 1888. (Before T.v Jl ^3. ^O'HaUoran, Egq. S.M.) PoUee'vt Franos <3^-Wilful damage. DefetSMj alad, aged 10,waa charged ?wW>-d«magingttB Wallaroo Miflea pablia AdjoeSed till Saturday for ^further eeidpnce. v .. ' ami v. damage and for using threaten* oglangunge. ?- Tbese iQ&sea were,onthe application of Mr TJffmdeU, ^^yrned .till ncxtCourfc day. - ' "" . '. ."*

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MAIL NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 8 September 1888

MAIL NOTICES. Great Britan Ae,-Sept. 10-Via Snec. B.M.S. Oceana, 1.15 p.m.; newspapers, 12.16 p.m.; Large Bay and Semaphore 12.30 p.m. Port Adelaide 12.40 p.m. newspapers, 11.10 a.tn.; late letters G.P.O, 2.16 p.m.', Adelaide Railway Station 2.30 p.m.' Port Adelade Sailway Station 2.45 p.m. British and foreign parcels poBt per Oceana, closes at General Post Office Sept. 8, S p.m Sept. 17-N.G.L.8. Hoheneollern. October 1 Via Marseilles. M.M.8. Sydney, 9.30 p.m.; newspapers, 8.30 "tun. Africa.-October 1-Sydney. 9.30 p.m. to Mauritius, tbenoe per first opponnity. Mauritius-Octl-M.M.S. Sydney. 9.30 p.m. New Zealand-Sept. 20-Overland, 2.30 p.m. via Melbourne. Western Australia-September 18-K.M.S. Ooeana. 1.15 p.m. Kangaroo Island-September 8-James Comrie, 7 a.m. Mails for New Soath Wales, Victoria, Queens, land, and - Tasmania close daily (except Satur days) at 3.30 p.m. by the overland-railway via Melbourne. Late letters, with fee, of 2d, ap to 3 p.m. MOODY, Fbasob ahd Sxitows will hold...

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AT SNOWTOWN. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 8 September 1888

AT SNOWTOWN. This Commissioners arrived here at 12.30 a.m., and were met by MesBra W. H. Sail, J.F., Jos. Turner, 3.P., K. Stephens, C. Coltman, and other gentlemen. Mr W. H. ffatj» called attention to the proposed alteration of time table, and objected to the train leaving before 7 a.m., or arriving later then present time 6.40 p.m., also as to extension of Snowtown line, stating that there would be no actual benefit, as the distance to Port^Pirie vrould be 48 miles, and farmers would tend their wheat to Fort Pirie where they could obtain 3d per busbel in advance of ^Snowtbwn. He also pointed out that the only increase in the revenue would ba the earriage along ..the proposed line, which in reklity would be no benefit; as the farmers had rirely to cart more than 15 miles to the nearest Station. He also pointed out that if the. intention was to convey ores, &o., from the Silverfon line the preseut Snowtown line was not strong enough for the traffic. 't Mr J. Tdbnbe asked for...

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ADELAIDE SHARE MARKET. From Mr H. D. O'Halloran, S. A. Stock Exchange, (By Telegraph,) Adelaide, Friday, 7 p.m. COPPER. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 8 September 1888

ADELAIDE SHARE MARKET. from Mr H. D. O'Hatloran, S. A. Stock Exchange, | (By TeJegr&ph,) Adelaide, Friday, 7 p.m. COTTBU. Moonta Hootooroo (pro) So {con) « GOLD. Baker's Greek Birds... Alma (k) Do (by ... Sxlvu. Block 14 Junctions JSoath (pro) Do (con) ..." Central (pro) Do (con) " Golden Crest 9. A. Smelting Company Umberambeka (con) Broken Hills Rising Sons - Victoria Cross SampBons ... ... Kew Norths Block 10 Globe (pro) Block 19 Maude River ruby (pro) Great Matrix (pro) Ice Company ' .......

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AT KADINA. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 8 September 1888

AT KADINA. Tlie Commissioners met the Major, Ors Styles, Potter, and several of the storekeepers at the railway station, where the Mayor pointed out the local wants of the town. To the request for a oroBBing over the, station yard to the goods shed (he Chair man gave a positive answer in the negative, remarking that the death of one soul through an accident on (he proposed cross ing would be a greater, loss than the crossing would be a- gain to the people of Kadina. But he saw no reason why the parcels by goods train couid not be handed out at the office, instead of taking people all the way round. He could not promise that the present broad gauge goods shed would be altered eo as to make it suit for both broad and narrow gauge. The Commissioners then invited the united deputations for the three t^wns into the Ladies Waiting Boom, where they oouid be interviewed. The MATOB (Mr T. M. Rendell) of Kadina, in introducing the deputation, remarked that the people of Kadina were anxious to...

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WEEKS RUN, BROKEN HILL. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 8 September 1888

WEEKS BUN, BEOKEN HILL. Thtf imk1! run at Broken Hit! it 96,329 ozs.

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ATMOONTA. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 8 September 1888

ATMOONTA On Thund»ji4he - Comn^jgomri, accom panied bythe Traffic Manager (MrPendleton) Mr Moncrieff, Engtneerrin-Chief, Mr Thow, Locomotive Engineer, andthe Local Manager (Mr "Whitington), arrivedar Moonta o'clock, by special tram -from Wallaigjjo, m were met at the station by Mr Oobntignr Wilkinson, Mr Uffindell, members of-jjne deputation, and theTown Clerk, to anu|^ meeting which was held in the Council Chamber two boars later. The Commissioners then went to the Mines I ,terminuB accompanied. by the Acting Manager i of the Moonta Mines (Mr Latbern); and from thence to Moonta Bay, returning a fewy minutcg before lit to the Council Chamber, where they were met by the Mayor '(Br James), and the deputation. His Worship having expressed pleasure in meeting the" Commissioners briefly -referred to the dis abilities some of which were long standing and expressed the hope that some of them, if not all, would receive>ttention. He tblonght' so important a centre with a population of 6,0...

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SHIPPING NEWS. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 8 September 1888

SHIPPIN G NEWS. ARRIVED. Wednesday, September S-Howden, barque, ] ; '. tons. Evans, master, frem Melbourne, 7 days nt. rnisday, Sept. 6-Jessie Darling, b.S.,160 tonB, W idland, master, fromPort Lincoln. Friday., Sfept. 7-Jest-ie Darling, s.s., 150 tons, Wendtand, master, from Franklin Harbor..

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 8 September 1888

" Stopping. FEok WALtABOb, TH® ADELAIDE STEAMSHIP COY., LIMITED, Dispatch their Steamers as under, when practicable! From Pf. ADELAIDE the s.s."In*-«*tiga ior" on S ATURDAY.atTQOon, carrjing 0ngo for Port Wallaroo, landing same on ICON DAY MORNING. '?< FOB, PORTS PliiJE and GEEMEIN, B.e. " Investigator," Monday. . FOB POET ADELAIDE, S.8.-" Investigafor" Wednesday. F. CLABE, Agent, . .? Wpllaroo. Business Kotices* PROEESSIONAL. WABEY & E. J. COX, 80LICITGRS AND NOTARIES PUBLIC, 62 KING- WILLlAM STREET, i {Next RIGBY'S) . ABE L AIDE. ME ROBERT J.NOBES, 454-c AGENSC AT XADINA. H. W. UffindeU, SOLICITOR, NOTARY, &c, & MOONTA AND KADINA. BOTH OFFICES OPEN RAtLX. - 7V1 ® tJFFI^DELL attends all Fenin -: sula Courts, and tnay beconsiilted at Ssdjna on Mood^,, Wednesday and Saturday in each week,;and at Maonta on i alternate days. . - ... | . . _i_J ! ' ?? s. S. PAGE, - SOLICITOR, &c.. - GBAVSS Stbeet, : KADINA, and T8T.T.hw Stbebt, MOONTA, Mr PAGE ...

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