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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 4 August 1888
Shipping. FROM WALLAROO. THE ADELAIDE STEAMSHIP COY., LIMITED, Dispatch their Steamers aa, under, hen practicable ?Erom Pt. ADELAIDE the 8.S. " Investiga tor" on SATURDAY, at noon, carrying Cargo for Port Wallaroo, landing flame on MON DAY MORNING. FOB POBTS PIRIE and GERMEIN, s.s. "Investigator," Monday. FOE POET ADELAIDE, --"Investigator" Wednesday. Passage money must be paid before em barkation. No orders taken. All claims for short delivery or damage must he rendered within 24 hoars of vessel's discharge; and none will be admitted for breakage, &c., unless same is pointed out at time of discharge. Freights mast be paid on all goods before delivery. All cargo is carried by these steamers sub* jeefc to the conditions and terms of the ] Compare* form of Sill of Lading. The Adelaide Steamship Co., Limited. F. CLARE, Agent, ? Wallaroo. Business Notices. PROFESSIONAL. WADEY & E. J. COX, SOLICIT ORS AND NOTARIES PUBLIC, ] 62 KING WILLIAM STREET, (Next BIGOT'S) ADELAIDE....
SAILED. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 4 August 1888
SAILED. j Thursday, Aafeast 1-Cadell, s.s., 92 toes, Johnston, master, for Port Bronghton. Same day-Jessie Darling, b.S., 160 . tone, "Wendland, master,' for Franklin Harbor. -fridny;-Atig. 3-JeBaie, ?0arling> a.s.>i5O "tons, WendlaLd, master, for Port Lincoln. Same day-Bowra, 8.8., 140 tonB, Clarice, master, for Port Adelaide. Same day-Ferret, s.s., 246 tons, Crocker master, for-Portrliiilcoln.
TIPARRA RATEPAYER AND COUNCIL AUDITORS TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 4 August 1888
' ^IIPAfiRAMAiKPAYER AND . ; COUNCIL AUDITOiiS. TO THETEDITOB, ; Sni-In yonr issue of July 18, there .Appears a ^lette^frotp an anonymous Scribbler, Bfgmng hirn&olf, "Tiparra Rate payer." Now, Sir, as this fellow had the placfcj to bring charges against me, why .did,he not sign bis name like a man and gi*a me a 'chance to refute tbem ? No, there jia apparently too mnch of the car in his|composition to do anything manly. Is Mr " Tiparra Ratepayer " aware that had the auditors gone to audit the books on the,.first day: appointed, the Clerk had nbt the 'necessary docaments in his possession to eomplete the audit,-and that on the Saturday night previous to the last day, fixed by the late Clerk and my self, which was.-on the Monday following, «Tnly li6th, I received the paysheets from the Cornice's s^veyor by postj which I took wijp! m§ 'knd handed them over to - the Clerk ? As to O'Brien giving his jponBenjt in writing to ^act as auditpr he never jlUd^ytliing^rf the kiud. Perhap...
PRESENTATION TO MR PAGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 4 August 1888
MS PAGE. rAy ery>plea8ant gathering was _- _ th||^:»hw|ge Hotel, fJLadina,on Friday ^jmtog»'^el,)a^^ioj^yij^4p: eay fare* weft); and miafeePa presentation tovilr S. fi. Page, has taken the practice just relinquished by Mr C. £. Herbert at Moonta. There were about fifty gentle men present,"representing aUpartBof the district, and the -Mayor^ (Mr T. M. Reiidfell) presided. ' . The Chatrman-in referring to the guest of the eveningtestifred to the high isteem in which Mr Page was. held by ?II classes, on account of .his genial and obliging disposition; and befnrther spoke of the many JuseTol offices wbieh Mr Page had .filled whilst resident in Kadroa. Mr.AJ.FfiANCE'endoraed what had been ?aid, and spoke of the? universal regret that was felt in the town at the prospect of Mr Page's departure. As a tangible proof of-. this lie mentioned: that aithongh the' matter ofmaking aoine public Tecog hitionof bis services was only mooted the preyious evening, no less than 55 names appeared as s...
POLICE COURTS. WALLAROO, Saturday, July 28. (Before T. J. S. O'Halloran, Esq., S.M.) [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 4 August 1888
POLICE COUJJTS. WALLAROO, Saturday, July 28. (Before T. J. S. O'-Halloraa, Esq., S.M.) -. Josiah "Thomas was brought up in custody charged with stealing 6 packets of cigarettes, valued at 3s. and 21bs of 1'illiea valued at 3s, the .property of-Ellen ; Osborn. Eemanded till Monday. On Monday, f July 30, prisoner was again brought up before Mr O'Halloran. S.M., when the following evidence was taken. Ellen Osborn, frniterer, Wallaroo Am wife of William Osborn, and keep a greengrocer's shop, Snow the prisoner. On Tue9day, ^4tV inst:.* missed 'some lollies and cigarettes. They were like those sow produced. Value. jbhe.artioleBi at 6s. Last saw them in the shop on the night of the 23rd inst. Saw prisoner .about 11 o'clock .at the- shop window. Gave.no one any permission to take the things.! Saw prisoner next day at9 a.m^ He safd, "Now Hopkins has "split" on me I will split on him." The shop wiu dow had been broken. Frederick Hopkinp, son of John Hop kins-Know prisoner. Saw him last Tuesda...
Kadina & Walla[?] Times KADINA SATURDAY, AUGUST 4, 1888. KADINA DISTRICT COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 4 August 1888
Rata $Ms KADUS&, SATURDAY. AUGUST 4. 18S8. KADINA DI^MIER COCN OI L A meeting of the ^tppayert,f)f tbef district of Kadina wili bejheld.to-day. Amongst other things. jJoabtlesa the question of a rate for the year. wiifbe discussed. .nuWltnv feaTe no ^de&ire to dictate to the ratepayers^^ which they should adopjiriithia matter, but it will be reiqembered that in the starting of 'a' neW many calls which/an usi be attended, to, and much of the fatarerauceess of the Council depend^ !.tipoii ^aVin^,^ good start. At ihef jne^tingf Jb^ld at Ninnes . a week ago, a very excellent ^example was set, t^Be^re^ent decid er i\" ? . J *&> i ing in favour of a shilling rate. We hare frequently pointed out since the passing of the present Act, that it will bg im^ayfehg^T^new districts to defray1 ther^Bfc;" t>f public works ^without furfcherL^assifltance than that* 4:^:- I f ^ .. .1 proofed by |t|pg ((^jCTOTnment, and probably ^n Jt^jbp^^v|ll be made to obtain/this\ B...
WALLABOO CORPORATION. WEDNESDAY, August 1, 1888. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 4 August 1888
1 WALLABOO CORPORATION. ] WEDNESDAY, August 1, 1888 Present, the Mayor, (Sir Jas. Malcolm J .P.), Crs StimsoD, Chatfieli^" C Kearse, Hamence, Phillips, Gepp the Towff Ctojrk. ^. /&r Mhxoffl'JSaaiiau. Tbj?: Mayor reported that he had seen Mir Bew^ yetj on Ibe snbjot of grantior boa* harbor, and ior^MoonKI road. ;He was pleased to say that %e entertainment in aid of the Star Greece fand had been a thorough success, enabling them to send £10 odd to Register fa&d. He bad waited upon the Harljor Matter on the subject of having proper life saving appliances at Wallaroo. The Har bor Maeter said be-had--a good boat, that he thought waseqqal to any emer gency likely to arise, and h® did not ap prehend any difficultyia obtaining a crew if necessary.' In addition to this there were four life buoys, andiapmef drags. These were: matters .that Bbou}d be seen to, as Wallaroo was .an important centre. He proposed to canvas the town for subscriptions towards the cemetery foods, as th...
BOUNDARIES OF DISTRICTS. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 4 August 1888
BOUNDARIES OF DISTRICTS, TO THE EDITOR. SIB,-I notice that though the present boundaries of District Councils were fixed by " Honest Tom," they do not give unqualified satisfaction. In fact, Mr Editor, rather otherwise. The boun daries in many cases, go, not on the com- j munity of interests of tbe ratepayers, but by Hundred boundaries, which, good some times, are not in all cases the best for District Councils. At the time the present District Council Bill was passed through Parliament, the treasurer would not allow any alterations, but stated that any needed alerations could be done by proclamation. Now, I think it wonld be a good time'for needed alterations, before any useless expenditure in building Dis trict Council Chambers is undertaken.... I find the Tickera people prefer to come to Kadina rather than stay with Ninnes. Kulpara finds the; fcreloosWall, Moonta that it is joined on to Kadina, Clinton because Port Price is outside its boun dary and jotned'on to the'Torke's"Penin...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 4 August 1888
NOTICE. The Wallaroo Office of ..this paper will be open daily as heretofore. Any orders for printing, advertising ,&c., left there will receive, immediate attention^ as will any items of news which may be left by correspondents and others. Our Moonta Agency is wider ffie man agement of Mr D.. Archibald, TLyan St., opposite Post Office. .. . . D. Sr A. F. TAYLOR. Kudina, August 3,1888.
CHESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 8 August 1888
CHESS. It wH! be remoroOerert chat all the games unfinished (iate match Kadina v. Hoyleton) were referred to Mr Charlick-as umpire. His award was io favor of Kadina. The Observer says:-Mr H. Charlick in adjudicating upon the unfinished contests, has awarded the game Mallyon (Kadina), v. Wauchope (Hoyleton), to Mr Wauehope. In this case a dispute had arisen respecting a moye which had been telegraphed. In tha game Wiltshire (Hojle ton), T. Grurner (Kadina), Black must win off hand by K Kt 8, so the award war in favor of Mr Garner. The games Austin (Kadina), T. BuBenbsrg (Hoyleton), and Jess up '(Hojle ton)," t. King (JTsdnon), were dismissed bj the referee as drawn. The other two games Norton (Kadina), ». Male; (Hoyleton),. and Holloway (Kadina), v. Field (Hoyleton), were both decided in favor of Kadina. The result is therefore Kadina 4, Horleton 1, Drawn 2. SerowrowiT.-Wo hear that a match oyer the board is being arranged between Kadina and Snewtown, on which occasion the premier la...
WALLAROO MINES YOUNG TURKS V. MOONTA. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 8 August 1888
"WALLAROO MIKES YOUDG TUBKS V. MOONTA. Theie clubs met for the third time this season at JCadina on Saturday last, : and i&e gameretalted in awinfor Moonta l»j2goria3behin^tolsoal9be1unds. BTTONS, THE SCOTCH POET.-A dirty old portrait of Robert Barns was recently bought at a broker's shop in Toronto for £2. It has been caretuliy cleaned and turned out to be an old oil painting by Raeburn, dated 1787. The purchaser now values it at £2000, and he intends to send it to Scotland for exhibition with a view to its sale. This picture was bought many years ago at the sale of the household effects of a deceased Scotoh farmer in Canada* A VEBY SECEET PBOCESS.-Probably the only seoret process, it is said, which has been kept inviolate, and for ages openly defied the world of science, is the iron trade of Russia. The secret of making Russian sheet iron is owned by the Government, and when a work man enters the service be bids a last farewell to his family and friends, and, whether he li...
FOOTBALL. WALLAROO V. CROSS ROADS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 8 August 1888
FOOTBALL. WALLAROO V. CiiOSS ROADS. The Wallaroos journeyed to Moonta on Saturday last to meet the Cross Eoads, and after a well contested game won by 3 goals 8 behinds to 1 goal 1 behind. The home team won the toss, and Middleton started the ball. The Bines at onee settled down to work, Gepp and Clements pptting. in line work, giving Thomas a difficult shot which resulted in a behind. Middleton soon added second from an acute angle. Hopkins centred, bnt Bar gwanna qollared and sent it back to the wing. For a time the ball was all over the 'ground and honors even, till' Willis forwarded, and Clements marked splen didly in front and scored first goal* In the second quarter the game was very even, the home team playing well together. Whenan put in solid work in the rnck, and Crueit made some splendid runs, bat nnfortunately allowed the ball to go out verv often, '[sin this quarter only one-be bind was added, from a shot byijopkitis. From the bounce 4he Blues assumed the defensive, and...
INSOLVENCY COURT—MOONTA. FRIDAY, August 3, 1888. (Before T. J. S. O'Halloran, Esq., S.M., Acting as Commissioner. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 8 August 1888
J INSOLVENCY COURT-MOONTA. Fbedat, Augaet 3,1888. (Before T. J. S. O'ffalloran, Esq., S.M., Acting as Commissioner. In re Daniel Brady. On the application of Mr Herbert who appeared for sundry credi tors the hearing was farther adjourned until the 17th inst.. Li re Aran Schunke, of Moonta, Saddler. Adjourned final hearing. Mr Herbert appeared for the insolrent, and Mr Uffindell for the trustee. The Accountant reported :-" Liabilities £622 5s ]0d ; assets-£312 12s. Deficiency, £309 13b 10d. - The insolvent startedbusiuess at Moonta as a saddler in March, 1885, with , a capital of about £100. He has omitted to i keep a cash book so ;tbat it 'ie impossible to arrive «it a correct estimate of his business transactions. He has kept a banking account, but has not paid all his takings into the bank, bat has made sundry cash payments which makes it still more difficult to come to any thing like a correct statement of his business transactions. In fact he has manifested the crodeBt possible ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 8 August 1888
BARGAINS AT OILi-A-IR/IK'S Boot p A i A n p U v I r M L. M w C. STOCK HEAVY. BARGAINS AT CLARK'S DRAPERY PALACE, CLEARING W1NTE.R GOODS' STOCK. WANTED a Boy to Jearn the PRINT ING- BUSINESS. Apply office of this paper. DISTRICT OF NINNES. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, That all Persons found CUTTING TIM BER on Roads and Crown Lands in the above District will be PROSECUTED. By order, R. COWAN, Clerk. DISTRICT OF NINNES. NOTICE OF ASSESSMENT. THE DISTRICT COUNCIL of NINNES have adopted the previous assessment of all ratable property within the above named district, with the names of the owners and occupiers so far as known of such property; and copies of assessment have been made and euch copies are deposited at Tickera Post Office, Aiford Post Office in the Hundred of Tickera, Bute Post Office, Lincolnsfield Post Office in Hundred of Wiltunga, Willamulka Post Office, Mr A. McDonald's Section 114, and at District Office, NinneB ; and are epen for inspection at all reasonable times; and any p...
ADELAIDE TELEGRAMS. BEETALOO WATER ASSESSMENTS. (By Telegraph.) Adelaide, August 8. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 8 August 1888
ADELAIDE 'lELEGBAMS. BEETALOO WATER ASSESSMENTS. (By Telegraph.) Adelaide, August 8. When the House met to-day Mr Bews movedfa formal motion for adjournment, in order to direct the attention of the'House and the Government to the inequitable working of the present Waterworks Act, as applied to the Beetaloo system. He pointed out that the most glaring blunders were being made in the assessments, and everything went to show that there was no recognised system in arriving at the value of land, as adjoining blocks some times varied from 10s to £1 per acre, although there was no apparent reason for such" difference. Bat the most weighty grievance was that the assessor had included valuation for water improve meats. These certainly should be ex cluded, seeing that the presenee of the Beetaloo mains for which they were rated did away with the necessity for the other improvements which were virtually ren dered useless. He urged that the Govern ment take steps at once to amend the present Ac...