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

VB8SHL8 IN HARBOE. Howden.for :Dnltea~Kitfg3om7 ' AT AKCHOKAGE. Cap* Verdi, for United Kingdom.

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

SAILED. Thwjday Sept. ft-^JeeBie'-TJarluiK, M., 150 tons, Wendland, maswr, for Franklin Harbor. Friday, Sept. 7-Jessie, Darling, s.s., ISO tons, Wendland, master, for Port Adeiaide.

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

AT WATALAEOO. The Commissioners arriyed at Wallaroo at 10.30 by special train. The Major and several of the Councillors went to the lower station to receive and condaet them to the Council Chamber, where they had agreed to receive a deputation at 1 >.30, bat the traia went down to the jetty. The Commissioners there inspected the yards, &c., after which in response to a special messenger who informed thfem that a deputation had been waiting to reaeive them at the Council Chamber for nearly, two hours, the; retraced their steps* returning at once with the messenger {Mr Cr . H&tnenoe). The Chairman (Mr SMITH) on entering the Couneil Chamber expressed his regret at the misunderstanding, as lie was not really aware that the Commissioners were to reoeiye a deputation at Wallaroo. The MAXOE explained that a 'few days ago be received a telegram from the Commission er's Office, inferring him tbey would visit Wallaroo and Kadina, 4-B the message waB Hot quite satisfactory a...

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

DISTRICT COUNCIL OF CLINTON. miOTICB of A LTE RATION and 3 D D ITTOTTtcT ASSESSMENT xn-de the 18th day of August, 1888. The District Council of Clinton have caused the following Alterations and Addi tionsto be marie tothejabove mentioned Assess ment, that is to say-One third reduction on assessment for the Hundred of Clinton with addition of Xieases comprised in sale at Crown Xands Offioe, November 17, 1887, and Leases on the coast, &o., Hundred of Tiparra. Copies of the Assessment so altered and added to are deposited at theljfoliowing po^t offices-Clinton -Centre, W«etdltB, and' Tip arra ; also at the residence of W. H. Hawke, Chairman, and Counoillors^Stacy and Lewis, and are open for'inspection at all reasonable hours. Any peason intending to appeal .gainst snoh Alteration arid-Addition may do ?o, in the manner required by the District Councils Act of 1887, within twenty-one days of the publication of this notioe in the Government Gazette. Dated this the 20th day of Augu...

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

AT PASEEYILLE. The Commissioners arrived here on Wed nesday evening at 6 o'clock, and inspected the station and its belongings, after which, on being informed that a deputation, would like to interview them, the Chairman at once acceded to the request. The deputation con sisting of Messrs Booney, Thos. Price, Palm, Raid and others, were invited into the Ladies Waiting Boom, where Mr Smith asked them .to be as brief as posible in stating their wants, as the time of the Commissioners was limited. Mr Or J. P. SOONST said that knowing the stay of the Commissioners st Paskeville would be brief, a memorial had been prepared setting forth the principal wants of the settlers at Paskeyille. He then read the memorial as iollows : Memobial TO THE CHAIRMAN and MBHBBBS of TUB RAILWAY COMMISSION. Honored Sirs, We, the undersigned Memorialists, on behalf of the Residents of within a radius of ten miles around Paskeyille, would most respeotfully point out the following much needed requirements of t...

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

NOTICE. The IVallaroo Ojfice ef this paper tcill beopetlflaily as heretofore. Any order*for printing, advertising, &cleft there will receive immediate attention, as vatll any itemsrof news which may be left by correspondents and others. Our Moonta Agency is under the man aqement of ^Sr D. Archibald, Syan St., opposite JPost. Office. ; ;T, D** A. & TAYLOR. Kadina, August 3,1888,

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DISTRICT COUNCIL MEETINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 8 September 1888

DISTRICT. COUNCIL MEETINGS. \ Ktopaba, Tuesday. Sept. 11, at 12 o'clock. ChhtoV, Saturday Sept. 15, a.t 10 a.m. Uhtkes, Monday, Sept. 17, at 2 o'clock, at JBoto.>

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VISIT OF THE RAILWAY COMMISSIONERS TO THE PENINSULA. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 8 September 1888

VISIT OF THE RAILWAY COMMIS SIONERS TO, THEf-PENlNStTLA.. fhe Railway Commissioners, Messrs Smith (Chairman), O'Nail and Hill, aooom panied by thp EngineerinChief (Mr MoncriejEE}, the Locomotive Engineer (Mr Thow), the Traffic Superintendent (Mr P«nd}etott),3tho Local Superintendent (Mr Wbifcington) and the acting Secretary (Mr Watson), visited the Peninsula Towns on Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday, 5th, 6tb, and 7th. m - '

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Kadina & Wullaran Times KADINA, SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 8, 1888. A SCHOOL OF MINES. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 8 September 1888

KADINA, SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 8, IB88. A SCHGOLOFMINKS. THE CFoverhment propose this year to establish 4 ^cboof of,(Mines lp the coHony, & thing wiicb wiHmeet with universal ettpport. t fidme hon. mem %>erE( have1 complained that the sum 'of -^£20,000 owhitAvisjon-the estimates; is i;oo paltry, Jand that;at least! £5,000 or apart for the purpose, as a first instalment. We fear that .in this, as in many other things, the idea uppermost in the minds of a certain class of the community is to first of all set about raising an elaborate pile of offices in the city, instead of ,at once entering upon the'practical work in a small way in one of our mining centres. We fee] that a very fair beginning can be made with the amount which the Go vernment propose to place on the estimates. But one of the first things to be considered is the locality where the school should be placed. Because upon the situation of such a school depends very much the subsequent cost of maintenance. In anothe...

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PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, WALLAROO. SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 1888. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 8 September 1888

PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, WALiiABOQ. SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 1888. Morning at 11 «.m., and Ereniing at 6.30 p.m. Preacher-B»r. H- Chester. Eraoiag Subject: "The Broken Hedge," special reference to intemperance.

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KADINA WESLEYAN CHURCH. SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 1888. ANNIVERSARY SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 8 September 1888

KADZJfA WESLEYAN CHURCH. SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 1888. * AHWIVSBBA®* SERVICES. PheAchbbs-Morning, Aiternoon, Be*. H. Rer. jD. O'Donoell. Rev- X>. O'Donnell. Chester. Evening,

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LOCAL COURTS. KADINA, Wednesday, Sept. 5, 1888. (Before T. J. S. O'Halloran, Esq, S.M.) [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 8 September 1888

LOCAL COURTS. KADINA, Wednesday, Sept. 5, 1888. (Before T. J. S. O'Hailoran, Esq , S.M.) Haxj, V. WILMS-Claim for £1 5s, balance for chaff sold and delivered. Defendant pleaded not indebted. Jatnes Wiltshire, shoemaker, Kadina, said-On October 3,1884, defendant had three bags of chaff, value 3s 9d ; 7th, 3 baits @ 3s 9d> and 38 bags, value £2 7s 6d. He has paid £1 10s. Applied for payment. Ileeeived no reply. Bj defendant-I supplied you with six bsgs. It was sold at £3 per ton. John Roberta, barter, Kadina, said Delivered 38 bags of chaff to defendant's wife. Don't know date nor weight. Was employed by Mr Hall. James Hall, Licensed Victualler, said I supplied defendant with chaff. Sent him 38 -bags. He has paid 30s on account. He said be would pay the balance as soon as he. could. For the defence, Peter Willis, of Wallaroo, fisherman-I bad no dealings with Hall. Agreed with Mrs Hall for £2 10s per ton. Received 33 bags. Never saw Hall until after the chaff was sent.. Iiydia Hall,...

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PRIMITIVE METHODIST CHURCH, TICKERA—ANNIVERSARY. SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 1888. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 8 September 1888

PBIMITIVE METHODIST CHUfiCH, TICKERA^ANKIVERSAEY, SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 1888. ID bs CONDUCTED by HEV- F- BULXJOCK. Service ofSong," EVA," AT 3 p.m. Evening Serjioe at630 p.M. TEA MEETING «A WEDNESDAY, SEPT, 12, AT 4 p.m. ? SERVICE of Song in the evening. ' '

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CORPORATION. MOONTA, Thursday, Sept. 6, 1888. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 8 September 1888

CORPORATION. 1 MOONTA, Thursday, Sept. 6, 1888. Present-His Worship the Mayor (Dr James}, Crs Marshall, Wilkinson, Hill, Symons, Crutcbett, Buzza, and Jewell, and the Town Clerk. COBRESPONDENCE. From Crown Lands Office re grant-in aid. The Overseer in fhe matter of W. H. WbitfordV application to lay pipe under footpath, said it would necessitate break ing the aspheit. Oh the motion of Cr Marshall, it was resolved that the application be complied with, provided' the asphalt is uot inter fered -with. REMOVAL OF STONE FBOM RUBBISH DEPOT. On the motion ol Cr Wilkinson, it was resolved that H. Atweii pay for 30 yards of stone, he having removed same without permission REPOETS The Overseer reported that the men were employed in street cleaning and general work. Received Receipts were-Depasturing, £1 2s 6d ; hawker's licence, 2s 6d ; rent of night cart, 10s,- total, £1 15s. Payments, £15 12s 8d. Received. Pay Sheet-Public Works, £5 10s; salaries. &c., Scott, 10s ; Town Clerk and Se...

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GREEN'S PLAINS. Sept. 5, 1888. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 8 September 1888

GREEN'S PLAINS. Sept. 5, 1888. j The improved tone of the wheat market, is having quite a reviving effect on the farmers. Of course we are sorry to learn that this improvement is mainly due to the failure of the crops in other parts of the world We would rather have heard that the teeming ~ millions of India, Kussia, and China, had taken to wheat eating, and wero fast gobbling up all available supplies. But we would be more or less human if we did not feel pleased at the prospect of a fair price for the coming harvest. Knowing by bitter experience, what failure of crops means, we can deeply feel for the poor farmers in other lands, who are now suffering as we have suffered. No doubt they will be cheered and encouraged, as we have often been under like circumstances, by being told that it is a mistake to depend altogether on wheat growing,'they should try something else, no matter whether they have the meanB or not. It is a mistake to put all the eggs in one basket, &c., in f...

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MINING. THE KOADGNEE C.M. SYNDICATE. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 8 September 1888

MINING. THE KOADGNEE C.M. SYNDICATE. A meeting of shareholders in this -Syndicate was held in the . Exchange Hotel. Kadina, on Thursday, Sept. 6, 1888. Mr dames Martin (Chairman of the Board) -presided, and read the foiiew reports, -which were adopted The Captain reported, under date, 3tadina, Sept. 6:-Since -we started to work on tbis property we have costeened 33 fathoms '3 feet, and sunk' If a. 2 shaft 7 . fathoms 3 feet, drove south of this shaft 8 feet, and out the hangingwal!. We have also driven north 21 feet. 6, inches, and cut, the foot or -north -wall.-AU apparently lodey stuff from one side to the other as nearly this" Whole of the Btuff is coated 'or impregnated with green copper with occasional good atones of ore. The north .part of the lode shows a great deal jmore Bpar than we have Been in any other part i of the:lo3e^ "InamlringiJo- 2 shaft; we had a vuggyconrae that went across the abaft with ; -occasional good stOneBof ore. We have seen the : *ame kind of thing rat...

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THE PROPOSED "SCHOOL OF MINES." TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 8 September 1888

THE PBOPOSED .. SCHOOL OF MINES." TO THE EDITOB. SIB,-It would appear that our Govern* ment have at last undertaken to establish a School Jof Mines. Tbis coarse was advocated in your paper two years since. What was the proper site, was also dis jcussed at the 6amt time. It was then shown that the Peninsula had superior claims to the possession of socb a school in comparison with any other district. I wish now to press hotne again that point. When the Agricultural College was built, the government wisely placed it in the middle of an agricultural district, where all the matters dealt with theoretic cally iu the college, could be practically studied and tested in actual field work. Again, the Training College for school masters is not put in a country place, but in Adelaide, where tbe large number of 'first class schools affords students every opportunity of practical application of tbe theoretic teaching in the college. So in like manuer and for similar reasens a School t of Mines sh...

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GOODS SHEDS FOR WALLAROO TO THE EDITOR [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 8 September 1888

GOODS SHEDS FOE WALLAKO0 TO THE EDITOfi Sir,-Having been present when tbe Wallaroo deputation waited on the Hail way Commissioners re railway matters at Wallaroo, and I am sorry to eay that I do not thiuk they made ont as good a case re tbe above as tbey should haye done under the circumstances. As by asking too much they are net Jikely to get any* thins; and are only grasping the shadow and losing tbe substance. With regard to a running shed to accommodate trucks of wheat or flour intended for shipmeut, that is a thine that is absolutely necessary for the successful working of the liqe and should have been done before ever the line was opened for traffic, and it must be done sooner, or later, and tbe present traffic demands it now, as without it it is only a makeshift. With regard to the request for a station in the centre of the town, that matter was put before them as if it was necessary to go to a deal of ex pense to do what was required. Now, in my opinion* t&e tow a ca...

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

MARRIED. REYNOLDS-BROWNING - On the 14th August, at the residence of the bride's parents, Moonta Mines, by the Rev. T. Weatherill, Samuel, eldest son of Mr Samuel Reynolds, Kadina, to Mary Catherine, eldest daughter of Mr. Samuel Browning, Moonta Mines.

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LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 12 September 1888

LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. To the Legislative Council, to-day, the Totalizator Bill was read a third time and passed by 13 to 8 votea. It is understood that the House of Assembly intend to accept the amend ment received from the Council ; and if so the measure may be considered and vir tually passed. ARRIVAL OP LORD CARRINGTOIf IN ADELAIDE. (By Telegraph,) Adelaide, Tuesday. Lord Carrington. the Governor of New South Wales, arrived from Broken Hill this afternoon, en rout for Sydney. He proceeded on arrival to Government Souse.

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