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VESSELS IN HARBOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 19 September 1888

VESSELS IN HARBOR. OrODBay for United Kingdom. J. Ii. Hall, fromNewqa8t}e,>('

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SAILED. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 19 September 1888

S&TLED. Mondav, September 10-Emu, E.b., 363 tons, Anderson; master, for Port Germein.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 19 September 1888

CORPORATION OP WALLAROO. TENDERS FOR MATERIALS AND FENCING. FJ1ENDERS will be received at tho Council J- Chamber. Wallaroo, up till 4 p.m. on i WEDNESDAY, Sept/26, for MATERIALS and LABOR in connection with the work of fencing in the West Park Lauds. j first, To supply 1,400 White M&llee Posts " " 70 White Mallea Struts " " 22 ewt. No. 8 Steel Wire " " 9 cwt. No 14 Barbed wire " ?' 70 lbs Galvanized Staples Second, To erect about 191 chains fencing, all materials found by the Corporation, or otherwise. Tenders may be sent in for either or all of the Materia \b and Labor, or for the supply of Materials only, or for Labor only, and a TIME MUST be named for delivery of tbe materials, and for completion of the work of fencing. Specifications cab be seen, and all particu lars obtained] from the Town Clerk on application at his office. Neither the lowest nor anj tender necea aarilyfaecepted. By order, ALEX. YOUNG, Town Clerk. Town Clerk's Office, Sept. 18, 1888. DISTRICT OF NINNES...

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ADELAIDE AND LONDON TELEGRAPH. [BY SUBMARINE CABLE.] SPECIAL TELEGRAMS. PARNELLISM AND CRIME. London, September 17. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 19 September 1888

? D £X)ND03ST APH. B! JBr CABULI s P El5Ttt"y>/ELE GRAMS. (From oar own correspondent.) PARNELLISM AND CRIME. London, September 17. The Commissioners have decided on tfao motions of Sir Charles .Russell on behalf of ibe limes, to examine £gan, in America t sod for the return of John Dillon, M.P,S inbvr undergoing a sentence under the Cnmes^Apt, so that he might give evi dence, that there were prem^tine. Tbej stated, however, that Dillon would be fallowed: out on bail daring the sitting of the Commission, on condition that he promise to* refrain from all partieipatioa in public matters daring the period of hii i parole. The Commissioner* . also stated -that they will^ decide which of the dis covered documents either party will be ' -permitted to iospeot.' They ooosider the Cpuhgel'fdr the Times ought to define the ^ .distinct. charges .. against, .the Parnellites and rerealall the parties implicated. Mr Graham, howerer, on behalf of the Times, contended that sueh a thing would be ...

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TICKERA. September 14. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 19 September 1888

: *R. 11 _ . - - = < . - September 14. i Tin* former! outlook i«~ beginning to assume-^*? efF aeriooB aspect io tbje part of tbe.^ggjd, Jrain does not soon make its fiepearance there will be oo harvest at all to speak of, for the cropel a the .ifa&Qtfd isfa^jgioiHid are r&pidly djinj; off tbrongh. want of sufficient moisture to Jc^p then alive. On the sand tiilia, howev«&Ttiling* Co not look quite to bad- -for-«UhoiJ£h tbey srtf aot growipfJMeh/yet theite^Beoongh damp ness to keep tlmta iu fsSfiatance idr a week or twp- but jt i? to.bAlifiped that we ahnll^htye afloodbefore that tjjoe,

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POLICE COURTS. KADINA, Monday Sept. 17, 1888. (Before Mr F. W. Gurner, J P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 19 September 1888

POJJPE CQPBTS. EADlfT*; lyiooday, Serif, S (JW« re M r F- W. Ourner. J P.) J WUha Artemus Ward was e>>arged by L. C. Benneit with being druufc in a public place in Kadioa, on Saturday, Sept. 15, and fined 5s.

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SEPARATION OF THE PASKEVILLE WARD. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 19 September 1888

SEPARATION OF THE PASKEVILLE WARD. - TO THE EDITOfi. SIB,-I notice in one of your recent issues, frotp a rppprt of 3 meeting |j«lqjat 3£ulpara, that same of the ratepajera,of Paskeville Ward are desirous of throwing in their lot with Kulpara. To this I pre sume no objection would be offered,.if that portion of the district separated from Kadina on similar terms to those opu which she joined-viz., by taking her, liabilities with her. But according to oho' of the speakers, her liabilities which weie, I think, about £400 a few months ago, bayp jjow been reduced *P ^60. . ^ e?tepd the simUe used by Mr BamdQrf I wifhregardto the girting of Clinlonwijth their younger daughter, that hopeful young lady who got terribly 4f$t over Jjej wading outfit, >f*er 9 sj»* tnpntbp marriage with Kadina is now suing for a divorce, and all that she h^s left her unfortonat© partner is a debt pf .£250. This as very ricb. I would sug gest that the remaining portion of the Kadina District amalgamate with N...

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TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 19 September 1888

TO TUB EDITOR. } (From an occasional correspond eat.) >'| I have this morning received from odr inde fatigable postman my usual and much Talued copy of jour paper, and hare to express thanks for the inherent evidence it aSbrds of a successful endeavour on yoar -part, to render your paper one worthy of the district it represents, and ' whose interests it an-, doubtedly yery effectually conserves. As usual, after perusing the general reading' matter, I gave some particular attention to your chess column, which on this occasion I found greatly enriched by a brief bat quite comprehensive notice of the glorious meeting between 14 Moonta and 3£adina votaries of the royal game, and at least one of the {games then played. Of course I played it over, and found to my gratification that it was bne of great merit, abounding wifh critical 'situa tion^ and reflecting much eredtt on both oombatants It is to be regretted that it is marred hy a few errors of omission' and commission. These, I hav...

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CHESS. PENINSULA v. ADELAIDE. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 19 September 1888

PENINSULA V. ADELAHm.ii ffl The Register of Mondajrjives thelb&Sjng 11 -The long expected ^e^klnatnh-AjPjtwjai; v. Peninsula-by pISee\ta^ Saturday, September 15. /The city, team acsembled in a room upataira at the Q-.P.O., in wbioh an instrament for the match had teen "temporarily--placed,- wad'~B~~BtB,rt~vrB9~ ' promptly made at' 2 o'clock. Mr G. J. Shuttleworth acted au umpire forthe Penih-" - sals and Mr B. B. Hack for the city. At the " Moonta Telegraph Station the umpires were Mr J. W. Hughes for Adelaide an4 Mr E. Cocking for the Peninsula. The time limit was fixed at twenty moves per hofir. The I strong country team necessitated aj careful selection of the best players-of the jAdelpide , Cbesss Club. Several were, howevur, unavbid-, ' ably absent, including the late wirifaar oT the: tonrnament, Mr Neel, who ia dangerously ill. The Peninsula team comprised the floWer 'of ' local chess talent, including Messrs Hjoilowav, Austin, Garland, and Mallyon. of XZajdinfc, 'Mr; ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 19 September 1888

' MABRIED. IiAKCUOBAD-SXAHDLKT.-On the 11th of SeJjt.- at 'Willamulka, by licence, by Rev. F. Bullock, Sdward, eldest son of the late MrrElkmab Jjangmead, to Matilda Selina, elde«t<laughter of Mr Joieph Standlej of Pinery. f ' -

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DISTRICT COUNCIL MEETINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 19 September 1888

DISTRICT COUNCIL MEETINGS. BJLDINA, Mondajr, Sept. 24, at 2.30 p.m. KULPAEA, Tuesday, Oct. 16, at 2 o'clock.

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THE BEETALOO WATERWORKS. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 19 September 1888

THE BEETALOO WATERWORKS. TO THE ED1TOB. SIB,-As the above subject is now being discussed by the members of the House of Assembly, and, in ail probability, will shortly be brought before the members of the Legislative Council, please permit roe to meke a few remarks. I compliment the Commissioner of Public Works on the improved system he proposes to adopt as a basis for the assessment^ the water rates on the above works-namely, on the acreage instead of per pound value ;.bnt, although admitting the bill to be prefer able in this respect. I certainly think it is unfair in others. I think he has made a mistake by reducing the distance from five to three miles. If the sliding scale of rates is to be adopted 1 think be can with discretion extend the rating to the five miles as first proposed, so that the burden shall be borne by the many and not the few, as the new bill proposes- 1 suggest the following scale of rating in lieu of the one proposed in the amended bill i Firstly-Upon all la...

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DISTRICT COUNCIL CLINTON. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 19 September 1888

DISTEICT COUNCIL CLINTON. Present-Ore Hawkes (Ch&irtn&n), Barton, Holland, Crosby, lie vis, Ponfcifix, Kitto, Weeks, Stacey, and Freeman, Air Jonea (Surveyor), and Mr McLeay, (clerk). COEKESPOKDENCE. From DoeweU, Wooley & Co., agreeing to accept conditions of contract for supplying plans of district. Received and contract signed by the chairman. Xhe C1IAIEMA.K reported that lie had for warded cheque- fur Clerk's guarantee policy, but that it had, been returned for exchange. The clerk had rt-posted cheque with stamps. Cr BAETON moved the adoption of the notice tabled by him at the last meeting re deposits by contractors; he took the step believing it would be to the interest of the district. Many a good man under present conditions of tendering was unable to do so. Remove tbe condition and rbe district would have four or five far every one now received. Ttie system had worked well during tbe existence of the Road Board. The Chaibman-What do you propose as a su...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 19 September 1888

SPECIAL SALE. BOOTS!° BOOTS! NOW ON AT CLARK'S BOOT PALACE. K .A. ID X :tT JL , $i BE^Aiip, : : i ©S^BRIGH^ BAIT MARE; *tripe ; Ai <down '.face, one Wbite hindfoot. Lset $eeri near;:the. nail way fetation, Mdonta,- -on Thursday last.: ONE POUND :remrd will bepaid to anyone delivering, eameto the undersigned, 'or TEN SHILLINGS on givipg information t^at will, to ifs teoojerf? *' ?*' ' . . : W. MABKBY, Globe Hotel, ;'j'' ^JJpqSTTA. i ? : Monday, 8ept_l{7- . 1 : \ \}L7 BS beg tq tpBflep pnr ^uiOit sinoerts » fUV" THANKS totb* O J3onnelL MrtfGDinnelll, Perry "M^Pbiiiips aofi thje Inuny/kiiici friends iwhoWtcfeiie/lywat'ched over and ministered to oar sister in faer late illness. RICHARD WARREN, Jun. JOHN WABBEN. CHEAP DRAPERY. E. MOORE & THE CHEAP CASH DRAPERS. IN THEIR SEW- PREMISES, Lately occupied by Messrs T. Berriman 8f Co., GRAVES - ST.," GREAT HALF-YEARLY SALE. All Winter Goods must be cleared. Great, Half" Yearly Sale. o : Winter Stock almost Given Away. COME ...

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Kadina & Wallaraa Times KADINA, WEDNESDAY. SEPT. 19, 1888. READJUSTMENT OF DISTRICT BOUNDARIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 19 September 1888

IgaMna&JMaraa ?iwm KADINA, WEDNESDAY. SEPT. 19, 1888. EEADJFSTMENT OF DISTRICT BOUNDARIES. IN another column . a correspondent directs attention in a humorouB strain to the proposal madeby certain rate payers ±o sever the Paskeville Ward from Kadina District, with the view ofamalgamating With Kulpara. There are many things which woald render snch' an arrangement desirable ; in fact^aswe casually observed at the! time^tthe suggested alteration of letter wonld be adeeided improvement on that ,whjch .obtains at present. . But jt>js .scarcely likely that the rate payers of theireWDisfcricfc of JKa'dina, would be willing to consent to the terms! 'which/ a^- ^tggesf^d in the i answer given-by- Mr Seid to Mr posi tion of the Paskeville Ward. The latter'rompriseti%h1e greater portion of the old district of Green's' Pi at n a, whoBe liabilities, were upwardsof £3001 can hardly Qe?ppct jthat the Kadina district will consent to the withdrawal of that by4tsJrepayihg ii60. Mrfiejid sa...

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THE WONNA GOLD MINES. 164 OUNCES OF GOLD TO THE TON. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 19 September 1888

/ TSB W.QNNA GOLD MINES. 164 OUNCES or Goto TO THE TON. ^^S'Teromi^Ipnlerpn&e of Friday, Sep tember 14, says :-As may be imagined there was quite a-furore in Terowie on receipt of tbe information that a parcel of stone obtained from Wonna had been assayed at Broken' Hill and returned an assgj^0f^62 OZB. 13 dwts. 8 grs. to the ton.V.V.^ Mr Pearce bad just come frojn^Wonna, and -w&a e?i route to Jthe Barriers for the purpose of making ar rangements>with the brokers as to transfer of the jRfoperiy. He said that immediate ly Mf^Co'istable'i. report on the reefs having been, received, and the assay made . the Company was -pot in tbe market as ? the Sunbeam Gold Mining Company with « cf^italjof £200,000 in 20o,000 shares of ? £l ^acb,an<3 in a few <lays all tbe shares iwere morethan Applied for. The find is i&bout 14 miles from Terowie on leased lands, tbeclaima-being secured by Messrs |Pe&rceand-Ingram,Jand about two miles Couth of...

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MINING. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 19 September 1888

MINING. MOUNT Shameock G M. GO . Qoeens i.axd -The manager reports under date, ^A'dijjult 27 Saturday, the 24tli, we ha<i our monthly cleaning up from 530 tons of ore crashed. The mill ga»e 306 uzs., and the Watson and Denny pulveriz er gave .51 OZB" making a total of 357 ozs retorted. The mine is looking very well. We hare not treated any of the heavy mineral ore. As instructed we are stack ing it for future treatment, consequently impoverishing our cruahings.

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PERCYTON. September 15. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 19 September 1888

PEECY3P0N, September 15. { I am sorry to report Ibat tbe croakers, crickets, and bullfrogs-are to be heard all over the district bemoaning their fate through the dry weather, but, instead of doing themselves or the district they live in any .good, it is the otherway about, as they create a false impression as to the capabilities of the district. The weather has been wann -during the past week, but nothing very serious has happened so far as a^rop of , grain is concerned, but the hay crop is seriously hart,-and-the grass will he shork which means dear horse feed, dear beef and mutton niext year. The crops in the Hundred of Barunga and Cameron certainly look promising op toi^date, and as-we usually get rain with iheEguimmal gales we can reasonably hope for fair returns, should the rain come during tbe next week. The Go vernment having handed over the Percy toncemetery in trust to five gentlemen in the jo^ighborhood, who, with tbe assist ance jpf, the t settlers' in the surrounding hun...

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CIRCKET. MARRIED v, SINGLE [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 19 September 1888

CRlGKET. MABEIED v, SINGLE The opening match between the married and single members of the Wallaroo Cricket jClab was played on the Wallaroo Oval on Saturday, September 15. The previous two matches had been won by the married meu, bat on this occasion fortnne favored the bachelors. It being the firat time that some of the players bad handled ®"bat-since last season it is not to be wondered at that the exhibition of cricket, was not particularly brilliant. Donnell and Hiscock played good cricket but their innings were not faultless. Subjoined are the scoreB: Mabbied. J. Donnell not out 32 W- jf. jPonder jj O'Jjoughiin ... 0 W. Phillips st Keogh b O'Loughlin 0 B. Snook b Jones 1 J. Murton b O'Loaghlin 3 H. ^Farmer (oupt) o Hisoock b Jones 5 H. Higgins b Jones O J. T. Keats b eieeley 1 S. Cropley b Hisoook ... ... 0 (J. Cbatfield b Hisoook ... ... 1 F. 8. Keeling absent 0 Byes 1 Totol 44 Bowling Analysis. . ... Sails Bunt Mdns. WktB. P. O'Loughlia 48 13 2 3 W. F. Jones 66 21 1 3 E. J. ...

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COCOANUT. September 17. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 19 September 1888

COCOANUT September 17.   Our cricketers defeated Clinton with nine wickets to fall. Willshire was the hero of the match, he captured 14 wickets at a very small cost for they could not make any head-way against his deadly deliveries. The day is not far of when the Nuts will lose his services and have to shut up shop.     Real summer weather visited us last week and has done great damage to some of the crops all of which are badly in want of rain.     Wild oats appear to flourish and take-   all is spreading fast.   According to English cablegrams the coming harvest throughout Europe and America will be poor: that Australian   wheat will be in great demand, and prices are improving. This has a cheering effect on the cockies.

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