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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 15 September 1888
Shipping. FROM WALIABOO. THE ADELAIDE STEAMSHIP COY., LIMITED, Dispatch ' their Steamer* as under, when .practicable: From. Ft. ADELAIDE the s.8. "Investiga tor" on SATURDAY, at noon, carrying Cargo for Port > Wallaroo, landing' same on MON DAY MGBNING. FOB POBTS PIRIE and GERMEIN, 8.8. ?" Investigator," Monday. FOR PORT ADELAIDE, , .s.s.'' Investigator" Wednesday. F. CLARE, Agent. Wallaroo. BusinessBotices PROFESSIONAL. WADEX &~STj. GOX, SOLICITORS AND NOTARIES PUBLIC, I 62 KING WILLIAM STREET, : (Nexx BIGOT'S) ADELAIDE. ME ROBERT J. NOBES, 454-c AGENT AT BAD IN A; H. W. Uffindell, SOLICITOR, NOTABY, *o., A MOONTA AND KADINA BOTH OFFICES OPEN DAILY. ME, UFFINDELL attend* *11 Penin sula Courts, and may be consulted at Kadina on Monday, Wednesday jpd : Saturday in each week, and at Moonta on alternate days; S. R. PAGE, - SOLICITOR, &c.. - CJ-BA.VSS Sxbeet, EADINA, and Bxxbk Sxbbbt, MOONTA. il ' PAGE attends all neighboring Coarts, and tioj be consulted at Kadina ev...
SAILED. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 15 September 1888
SAILED.. ' I >?Thuraday Sept.713-Jessie.; D»rline, 8.8., ISO tWis, ^epdlandV«^(«t;-for Franklin Harbor. Same day-Bronxttewin: 78 tons, Blanch, master, for the coast. Friday, Sept. 14-Jessie, Darling, s.a., 160 tons, Wendland, master, for Fort Lincoln. ftamn Aay-fjflnU- mag tor, for Port Broughton.
FOOTBALL. CROSS ROADS V. WALLAROO. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 15 September 1888
POOTBALL. GROSS ROADS V. WALLAROO. , ? The above clubs met for the last time this season on Saturday, 7cb inet,, ontfte WalJaroo oral, . and although -the oatdi" resulted in an easywin for tbe home team, 'the game, was not so onesided as jit really looks, as the Cross roads played a;grand : upbijl game' ;and.«t; times played a fiber. game of football ihantbebloes, they Jiave Ipeitly iaprord in their play since tliey .Jasfc \mep. tWallaroo,. Mod should . next TOBBon-'^fif they stick together) make; a iboi ilio# lor first or aepood place on the r«eoiiing.Iist. > , v TffE'PtAY: . v. _ . .. OwiDgtothe late, arrival of the visitors the game was not started until 3.55 p.m. , Whennanstarted tbe ball for, the visitors agaioefc a slight breeze and both-teams quickly got to worJi,McKee for the blues making a nice run on the wing «ent the leather forward. Thomas by a piece .of good play relieved. Tlie visitors backa ?weTe'agajnqUiekly In trouble, Middleton having a shot but failed. The b'fi...
CLINTON CENTRE September 11, 1888. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 15 September 1888
?J .. , . 1 CLINTONCEIVT&E September 11, 1888 " A. grand concert >«? given io the Jubilee Chapel on Thursday evening last, ih aid of theehapel *lUnds For toma time past ibe tyisteer faa*e been trying to reduee the deht, T,i,j)icb tfo» ateoadta to about £50.: BT)d v.hioit sum might bare conaidersbi'y reduced if those gentle men whose £8 subscriptions which We been owing fr,r last two years would only pay up ; jjl T- Styles^" Esq., J.P., j»hp 'oeou'pied the chairon this occasion,, intrc^lur0(j « novel feature; into the pro ceediy'gt by making a short speech. hstv eea eatb performance, which was: appreciated. MTss E'tie 'raruaufr r,pened the proceedings by playing t'JY0(jcee, from the hillside i" then follow tsa aitongby 4fws Garnaor, " The'bonnie hills o* Scotland and *? iLondon bridge,"* by Miss .Varidepeer, both of which were liiceiy renderefl; A duett, " Hearts and -homes," by" Miss Garnant and H. JStyles, who were followed by Mr Willi s with tber codric sons, " Come dow...
ASSISTANCE FOR THE NEWCASTLE MINERS. STEAMERS BURNING GRASS. Adelade Friday, [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 15 September 1888
ASSISTANCE FOR THE NEW CASTLE MINERS. STEAMEBS BURNING GRASS. Adelade Friday, The executive officers of the various Trades Societies are busy in the collection of levies agreed upon, and every effort will be made to send forward large sums -of money-to assist tbe miners. The men themselves are now showing an increased interest in the progress of affairs, and do - not begrudge tbe paying of levies. A special meeting of the Port Adelaide Working Men's Association was belu in Dale St. Ball, on Thursday evening,* but he Press was excluded. It was decided to levy the members at the rate of 4a per | per month. A good deal of feeling is I shown. It is believe that the Associa | tion Jis strongly in favor of the stand | made by the miners, and. will at once acquaint tbem of the moral and pecuniary support. There are about 600 members i on roll. The subscriptions it is expected I to amount to over £100 per month. Various experiments have been tried aboard small steamers and tugs, since the r...
HILL. Sept. 10, 1888. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 15 September 1888
HILL!" HL Sept. 10, 1888. Towgloritt.size, now fully was ^ts tie swe^ta* been in a state of |Uegtei>t last, thrsugh a : jyjpHllB Excellency T«ord ^ri^tftoQ WtmMwed here on Satur f driven over from at Mt, Gipps I station on Friday afternoon, staying there all night. Making an early start from -there-the- next morninjf~~he drove into Round Hill, - where the Jocal people pre sented him with on address. An escort Jif Brojsen-Hilliteson traps, and on horse back then.took him in charge for Broken. Hill, Where' he arrived at 11.30. On arrival His. Excellency proceeded to the Grand Hotel, where' quarters had been taken for bidt. Prom the balcony of the Hotel he .addressed the people and re ceived addresses of welcome from the Progress Committee on behalf of the citizens and from the Caledonian Society. Oaring tde afternoon ? His Excellency visited the Big Mines in company with several members of ? the - Reception Com mittee, in the evening be* went to the Skaiting Rink at 7 o'clotk.1 ''F...
BARUNGA. September 7. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 15 September 1888
BAEUNGA. September 7. I Since my last we bave bad some nice showers,. which have made tbe wheat grow ve£y fast; and feed is coming on , nicely, r Stock are beginning to pick up a little trow, in about a month therewiH be good strong feed here. On August 29 about 20 farmers met together at Percy- . ton, for the purpore of - fencing in the cemetery, which has been a long felt want in the past, and it also shows respect to those who are gast^nd gone. - The whole job was done in one day and it is sow fenced in with fire wires. On tbe 12th of this month there will be an entertainment held in Mr Michaels stone barn to defray the coat of wire, &c., connected with the cemetery. It is to be bopedthatit will be nice'weather, as it is Tor a charitable object. Fallowing and mullinizing are ?be order of the day.
WALLAROO MINES TURKS V, MOON [?]A MINES TURKS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 15 September 1888
WALLAKOO MINES TDEKS V, MOON FA MINES TURKS. These ciubs meet for the last time this season, at Kadina to day. The following team will represent Wallaroo .Mines Turks :-T. Carty (capt), D, Carty, Sands, J. Farrelij P. Farreli, Ward, Eilis, Cooper, Maddigan, Hopgood, P. Nanki ?ell, R. Nankivell, Phillips, O'Brady, Prideaux, Jordan, Dunn, Richards, Paull. Emergencies-Kuntz, and McFarlane.
THE CIVIL SERVICE COMMISSION. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 15 September 1888
I THE CIYTXi SBSVICE COMMISSION. THE memberk of the Civil Service Commission had a taste on Wednes day last, of the treatment which generally falls to the lot of those who give their services to the country free of charge. The member for Yorke's Peninsula, Mr Bartlett, whol has re cently become puffed up with! bis own importance, sought to adjo&rn the work of the Commission until the progress report had been considered. The chief reasons he advanced were that in bis opinion members of the House should be chosen in place of Messrs Q-lyde, Longbottom, and Harrold. He also made an onslaught upon the Commission, because they had thought fit to dispense with the services of the shorthand writer, and he asserted that the latter, who was an efficient officer, had been displaced in order to find a situation for another, who was a friend of the Chairman's. A member of the Commission, how ever, showed that they had no other course open. The reporter who had undertaken the duty for the...
Kadina & Wallaran Times KADINA, SATURDAY. SEPT 15, 1888. THE BARRIER TRADE. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 15 September 1888
xadwa.. i^LTrigbxr. sept: is wh. TSEt&iMBEBB TRADE. Oar WedhesdaiyMr jlobfer succeeded in JjarrjingkpiB: jnotion far a Select Gtomittetf enquire as to the.best mean** of dealing, with the Barrier trade. The gentlemen appointed were Meffers JBurgojne^ Catt and Giipg, for. the north, Messi* >iH&lt;oro, Mattiason and G.Teyeon>-for tbo south, Mr Holder occupying} agentral position. ! There was pret^ strbM^^position to the&p pointmentr^/varioua, reasons. Some members aynipatbiaed with the pro posal, but^jwere afraid that in; the .election there might i»p; a prepon derance in fafbr of, one side or thia rttfaer. No doubt ihe>;Conjmittee will bo able to collect *olne 'valirable 'in fortoationj^utg^.ia gttMtbnal whether they will do muchitolinfluence future legisUHon.ll5^B^j8^t^pre8ent'iiitbe House, Itwo \ decided -riews on ^th® subject; » 3Phe «ne woal^^drb^^veiytMijg to the ci*y while ^tlie ' ypibher WO-uld be equally jftady^to dei^ipio/ai^of Fort Pirle, Th...
CORPORATION. WALLAROO, Wednesday, Sept. 12. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 15 September 1888
CORPORATION. allaboo, Wednesday, Sept. 12. Present-The Mayor (Mr /J. Malcolm J.P.), Crs Stimeon, Xearse, Phillips Gepp, and; 'the Town Clerk (Mt.Alex. .Young.) *' The MAYOB repbrted that in accordance ;with the requisition of, ratepayers a poll had been taken as to whether or not the Council should borrow £300 to pay off the overdraft and fe&ce in the western park lands. .-The result of that poll was that 137 votes were recorded for the borrowing of the £300, while 90 were against it. He would jiskthe Council. to. deal with the outstanding rates.. Accord ing to the return prepared by the Town Clerk there were £52 lis 7d tljat ought to be collected at once, while there were £12 15s 7d arrears that could not so j readily be collected, making in all £65 7s 2d. In looking over the names I of defaulters he could see that there were 1 soma wbo ought to be made to pay at I once. It was unfair to allow them to go j so long while the Corporation was paying interest on an overdraft. H...
WALLAROO BOARD OF ADVICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 15 September 1888
WA.LLA.ROO BOARD OF ADVICE. The usual monthly meeting of this Board was held at Kadina, on Thursday afternoon, Sept. 6. There were preient:-The Chair man (Mr Jas. Malcolm, J.P.,) and Me«sr« Martin, J.P., and Rendell, J.P., and the School "Visitor (Mr Naughtou.) The Chaibit an reported that the improve ment! to the Wallaroo Bay school yard had been effected during the past month, at a cost of £1 7s 6d. Miss B. Fergusson had reco»er ed from her illness, and re-opened the school at the end of the seveu uay*, at mentioned in hi* previous report. Eight applications for free eduoation had been received and consider ed by him of which he had approved : -Three from Kadina school; four from Wallaroo Mines school; one from Wallaroo Bay ichool. An application for exemption from eohool had been granted to a boy attending the Wallaroo Mines school. He further reported that be had received an application to open a sehool in the Hundred of Wiltunga, at the chapel near Mr R. keofrey'i. He at once f...
ADELAIDE TELEGRAMS. (By Telegraph,) Adelaide, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 15 September 1888
ADELAIDE 'JLELEGBAMS. (By Telegraph,) . , Adelaide, Friday. An Aral*, named Eliat, and a foreigner named Hoods, were chargedat the Pojliee Court to-day7 with haying^ndecent photo graph* ia their possession "for tale, were fined £20 each". - ; n :.- i The reberitfoothaH fracas occupied the attention ofjfc'tie CifcyPoJice Cpiirlto-day. .John Woods/oftbe'Norwbod, and Robert lie wis oftheAdelaTdeCJflb^'app^aring on cross infownation5fpr a^sauit\8t - the match which tood ptece-on the Adelaide Oral, on Septemberl,and fined lOg etah a|nd ?coats. ; -,« ..:. ; ... ! ^A meeting of the shareholder# in the Monst Eorowie Tin Mine has been called (for October I. to paw the winding jap resolutions. j A general meeting of the Sooth Aob-' tralian Brewing Company was held jto day, at the York Hotel. The auditor for Melbourne had gone through the books; and the half year's operations, enabled them to declare a divident of 10 per eent. Mr M. D. M'Earhern, one of the Mel f ' &lt;? " | .- ; bourn...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 15 September 1888
PBIMHTVE METHODIST CSURCR, KADINA. THE 23m li?siysssAB7, sunday, MONDAl, ? »Dd; WBDJJBSr AT, 16, 17, and ,rM: ^ Sundty Seryiceg-51orning Ber. E, ^rCheiter; .Afternoon-Bar- D. .O'Donnell j lmin|-SBADB SERVICE «f SONG-, *«®er Bwroy." A ' ' , . ». ? . .MONDAY-PUBLIC MEETING, at half pm 7.r v ~Eor pkrtioplara M*pottors