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THE RABBIT PROOF FENCE. Adelaide, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 15 September 1888
THE BABBIT PROOF FENCE. Adelaide, Friday. The Commissioner of Crown Lands on .Friday, received a telegram from Mr Dow In reference to the erection of the Victorian rabbit proof fence. The Vic torian Minister asked whether Mr Coles would allow a South Australian Inspector to meet an Inspector from Victoria at Bordertown, with the view of their mab - ing a joint inspection. Mr Coles replied, acceding to the request, and added that a detailed report had been received from Mr Hack, the Inspector, which more than folly, confirmed what he bed previously written; Mr Dow, as to the disgraceful way in which their fenoe had been pot up.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 15 September 1888
BOOTS! BOOTS! NOW ON AT CLARK'S BOOT PALACE. K.ADXJST-A_. NOTICE. THE Undersigned baring told bit Stock and Premises in Graves Street, Kadina, and relinquished trade, begs to THANK the many Customers who have patronised him during the past 27 years, and to notify that he has taken an office in Digby Street, close to the post office, ifbere he will continue his agency business. It is respectfully requested that all out standing locounts be settled as soon as pos sible, to prevent their being placed in the hands of his .Solicitors for collection. TffOS- H. HALL. Sept. 15, 1888. ^ ' TENDERS. TENDERS for CLEANING, REPAIR ING and RENOVATING a Portion of the old EXCHANGE HOTEL, Kadina, will be received by mo up to 6 o'clock on TUESDAY EVENING. September 18, 1888. Specification and Information now leady in my office. Neither, the lowest nor any. tender neces sarily accepted, JOHN GASKELL, Architect. £ f Per ^&T t&lt;J made by *- . -® persons of either sex, in their' own loc...
A VISIT TO THE BEETALOO WATER WORKS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 19 September 1888
A VISIT TO THE BEETALOO WATER WORKS. [By our Special He porter.] ; The .Beetaloo water works possess an ] interest which is not equalled fay that I attaching to any public undertakingjin the colony just now ; for, while the. scheme has for its object the supply of one bf the largest tracts of . country, that can be embraced by one system in the colopy, it is really the inauguration of that larger system of supply which must be followed op, unless we intend to allow much of our waterless country to lie waste. Ia Sooth Australia there are many places where the rainfall is sufficient to secure the growth of cereals, but where > the nature of the ground, combined : with other causes, renders a water supply;very uncertain. Still, we find that there are sources, although ilistantj,: which are capable of supplying the deficiency if some artificial means .is adopted for. con veying the water to the places where; it is required. The country between* the Hummocks Sange and the sea, j and n...
LOCAL TELEGRAMS. (By Telegraph.) Moonta, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 19 September 1888
LOCAL TELEGRAMS. (By Telegraph.) Moonta, Tuesday. The Rink to-night was largely- attended to witueBB tbe race (bicycle versus skates) between Butler, the bicylist, and John stone, tbe skater, which resulted id a dead heat. The Bicyclist towards thp CIOBC sligbly gained the advantage, but the Rinker put on a spurt at the last lap and recovered his lost ground. There was considerable excitement manifested dar ing the race, and especially at the finish, each party having their own favorite.
BLOCK 14. MR PATON'S REPORT. (By Telegraph.) Adelaide, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 19 September 1888
BLOCK 14. MB PATXO^'a EEPORT. (By Telegraph.) !iCi .. Adeitide, Tueedav. Mr Niton's report on Block 14, was published to-day, and ltis regarded as very favorable;' It conclude* as follows : --The south eDd of yoor ground adjoin ing; lie JBrdken Hill Proprietary property shows a yein of good width and value for a distBDoe^ofr200 feet. As you approach' th$ teaiir shaft the vein narrows* bat stfcbbatSOOfeetfrointhe north line it~wldens out ^aiti,rand at tbo end of the nortli ^fi-Un* the'200 fb6t 4ievel, shows much better strength. The neat the j^pnetary Jii'nejX i^;j?atchy,r streaky, and broken up»,_The.200 foot level showa the gryond-| ?°F* eetf?e&lt;* > the we of taua snaft'is important ag indicatipp the yfrom^bonatesjbo salphidea *** iaimnar t^na, and a leptbi cuta t6" not than north end i ^tri. ancJ nD tbe Imi level these crosscuts expose the width of tbe *«lue at their respective ftohrta. 2 wonldabo sdrut of the main sbafti&lt;» t$ie 409 foot level as soon as pr...
THE PARLIAMENT. HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY. TUESDAY, September 18, 1888. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 19 September 1888
; THE PARLIAMENT. HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY: TITB9DA.Y, , September 18, 1888. il The House met to-day at 2 .o'clock. The Chinese--Bill was farther dis eased io ;"Gomniittee ; and the 500 ton limit was mluced-io 250, with a riev of adopting a Poll Tax of £20, when tbe (^verOTneBfc-wefe defeated. They asked time to eoflgiderwhataieaiis had best be «djjg»ted re the Poll Tax, and the discus sion was adjourned, : Mr Howe resumed the debate on the Water Works Bill, after Which it was taken into Committee. . Mr D: Bews proposed tbe following amendment re tbe rating-namely, Upon-aU lands abutting the mains lor branch pipes 3d per aera. Upon, all, lands, -within the first mile, which do . nafc abnt tbe main or . branekpipea l|d " M Uponalllands within 2 miles Oid «« " Upon all lands within S and miles Ofcd " " Upon all lands within 5 : 4 miles OJd " J* The Commissioner of Public Works (Hod A. Catt) accepted the amendment, exoepting the fire. mile radius, and on condition ttiaihehaTe an opportunity t...
THE AUSTRALIAN ELEVEN IN ENGLAND. AUSTRALIA V. SOUTH ENGLAND. London, September 17. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 19 September 1888
THE AUSTRALIAN ELEVEN JN ENGLAND. AUSTRALIA. V. SOUTH ENGLAND. - _ London, September 17. Tbe Australians began their return match against a strong,team, representing the South of England, at Hastings, to-day. MacDonnell won the toss, and he and Bannerman went to the wiokets. At lunch time the Australians bad lost 3 .rickets for 150. MacDonnell having made 45 and Trott not out 48. The Aua tralians con tinned their innings after .luncheon and raited the score to 291. Tfott increased his seore to 50, but Lyons led the way by a brilliant innings for 84, included in which were 15 boundary hitg. The other ' chief' scores were Jaryis, who made 37, and Worrall with 27.
COMMERCIAL. Kadina, Sept. 18, 1888. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 19 September 1888
COMMERCIAL. " Kadnjft, Sept. 18, 1888. The following are the. retail prices current for prodaoe at Kadina :-r t',' \ Wheat. 3a lftftb WlAldper bushel. Eloor. stone, 1836d? roller, 20s; per bag. Braille 5d pertraehel. Poltard, 1b Stt berbushel. Batter (prime) lid per lb. vSggv, fid per doseu. Baoon, ®d per lb'. Wallaroo. Sept. 18,1888 Wheat. 3B lid per boBbel. Floor, roller, £816s per ton; stone, £8 do. Bran lljd., . Pollard, 1B, Hoonta, Sept. 18, 1883. The following are the prices current for produce st Hoonta: Wheat 3s 9d per-bushel. Floor, atone. £9 5h-per ton; roller, £10 do Tetail 20g per bag. Bran Is per bushel, retail Is fid do Pollard Is 4dper bushel, reiail Is 5d do. Chaff, £- 10s per too. retail, £3, do. Potatoes, .$& Sb to'iS 10s per ton, retail 6b 6d cwt. Dairy jfroduoe-r- ' :-J': - Butter, fresh, present prioo is lOd per lb., retail -la do.1 ?1 - i Sggat fresh, 0d_pBrdozen, retail 7d do. Bacon, dairy fed, 8id to 9d per lb., retail lid do. (r ^esiBter" Office, Sep...
MAIL NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 19 September 1888
MAILNOTICES. Great Britan Ac.-Sept. 2i-Via Carthage, R.M.8. Ooeana, 1.15 p m.; newspapers, 12.15 p.m.; Lasye Bay and Semaphore 12.30 p.m. Port Adelaide 12.40 p.m. newspapers, 11.10 a.m.; late letters G.P.O, 2.16 p.m., Adelaide Railway Station 2.30 p.m.* Fort Adelads Bail way Station 2.45 p.m.* British and foreign panels poBt per Carthage, closes at General Post Offloe Sept. 82, 5 p.m. Sept. 17-N.G.L.S. Hohenzollern. September 29 -Via Torres Straits, per Bteamer to Melbourne, 12.45 p.m. Oct. 1-Via Marseilles. M.M.S. Sydney, 9.30 p.m.; newspapers, 8.30 p.m. Oct. 1-Via San Francisco, express, 2 p.m.. Africa.-Ootober 1-Sydney, 9.30 p.m. to Mauritius, thence per first opponnity. Mauritius-Oct. 1-M.M.S. Sydney, 9.30 p.m.. New Zealand-Sept. 2*-Overland, 2.30 p.m. via Melbourne. Western Australia-September 22-R.M.S. Car thage, 1.15 p.m. Kangaroo Island-September 22-James Cornrie, 7 aaa. Mails for New South Wales, Victoria, Qneens. land, and Tasmania close daily (except Satur days}, at 2.30 ...
ADELAIDE SHARE MARKET. From Mr H. D. O'Halioran, S. A. Stock Exchange, (By Telegraph,) Adelaide, Tuesday, 8 p.m. COPPER. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 19 September 1888
ADELAIDE SHARE MARKET. From Mr H. D. CHalioran, S. A. Stock Exchange, (By Telegraph,) Adelaide, Tuesday, 8 p.m. Copras. Mbanta ... * Matooroo (pro) Do (cod) ... , Gom>. Birds... ... ... Baker's Creek - Sidgo New Lady Alice . - Kt.Caxrington ... Alma (a) ... Do(b) ... SlLVBB. Southern CroBS (con) ... 0 1" Block 10 ... 1 « 0 British Blocks 115 6 Blook 14 - ... ... 2 16 0 Junctions ... 10 0 Sooth (pro) 2 13 0 Breleeae 0 4 3 Gipsy Girls 0 9 0 New Norths 10 6 Central (pro) 0 13 3 Do (con) 0 9 3 Pinnacle Groups 0 5 0 Block 10 15 3 Pioneer 0 3 9 Vt. Kobe 19 0 O Rising Sans North 0 0 10J Do Extended 0 171 S. A. Smelting Company O 16 6 Broken Hills ... 241 10 0 Bonanza 0 10 Sampsons ... 218 0 Great Matrix (pro) Oil} Tur. South Enrowis Market very weak.
THE TIMES ON THE MINERS' STRIKE. London, September 18. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 19 September 1888
THE 2i&iES, ON THE MINERS' . STE1KE. Loudon, September 18. ' In s . leader diaaaaaing the question of the Newcastle Coal Minera* Strike, the .Timet sfcateathat the working men ia very much the master of tbe situation. That; paper id another article also eon* aiders /!that the high-handed action of JSlew Sooth Walea, with, regard to th« Chinese question .caused tbe rejection by China of the American Treaty. It further suggests in the came article that Australia bad Letter exclude all paoper immigrants from its shores.
SHIPPING NEWS. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 19 September 1888
SHIPPING JSEYVS. ARRIVED. Monday, September 17-Emu, s 8., . 363 tons, Ajidarson, master, from MoontaSay. . ;S,ime day-J. £. Hall, barque, 683 'tons, from Newcastle. .
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 19 September 1888
Shipping. FROM WALIiABOO. THE ADELAIDE STEAMSHIP COY., i LIMITED, Dispatch - their Steamers as wider, when practicable! t- ' sFrom 3?t.ADELAIDE the S.S. " In»e»tiga tor"pn SATURDAY, at noon, carrying Cargo for'Por ^"Wallaroo, landing flame on MON DAY MOBNING. FOE PORTS PIRIE and GERMEEN, 8.8. " Investigator," Monday. FOR POBT ADELAIDE, -- 8.8. " Investigator", Wednesday. Fa CLABE, Agent, ' WaJIaw. ' - . t !. )T . Business Notices PROFESSIONAL. , . 0 -'*. -tv a,:, il':'. *: *.; WAilMBY & :E.' COX, , SOLICITORS AND NOTARIES-* PUBLIC, I 62 KING WILLIAM STREET, (NE33>BidBY'6) - ADELAIDE. ME EOBERT J. NQBES, 454-c ,. AGENT AT KADINA. H. W. Uffindell, SOLICITOR, NOTARY,, &o., & MOOifTA AND KADINA. BOTH OFFICES OPEN DAILY. "j\/j E UFFLNJDELL attends «ali Penin-1 sola Courts, and may be^eonsnlted I at Kadina on Monday, Wednesday and j Satnrday in each week.and at Mooat&oa , alternate days. ' S R. PAGE, - SOLICITOR. &e.. - Gbates STBEET, EADINA, and...