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SAILED. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 22 September 1888
Thursday Sept. 20-Jessie Darling, 8.8., ISO tons, tViendland,'master, Tor Franklin Harbor Friday,' Sept. 21-JesRie, Darling, e.s., ISO tons, Wendlaffli»jnM^rj_for.PpjiJ[jmoota., Same day-Cadell, 8.8., 89 toes, Eeid, master for Porfc.8wjnghton.
CLINTON NORTH. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 22 September 1888
CLINTON NOfiTH. On Sunday, Sept. 16, the anniversary services were held here in the Bible Christian chapel, sermons being preached in the afternoon and evening to crowded congregations, by Mr Cornish of Mait land. Miss Serris kindly officiating at the organ. The usual tea meeting took place on Tuesday, trays being gtreu by Mrs Nagel, and the bachelors jo the neighbourhood, after which a concert was given by the Messrs Strongman and Miss Strongman, of Inkerman, and local amateurs. The singing and playing of the visitors in each case elicited loud applause. Mi H. T. Styles performed the duties of chairman with nis usual hilarity and good humour. Mr Bassett of Port Fiice, presiding at the organ. After a short interval a capitally sus tained engro farce was presented, entitled " Doctor Jenkins" and his boy Pompey," by Mr W. N«gel (nigger boy), and Messrs Baylies brothers. The proceeds realized from Sunday's collections, tea and con cert, appeared to have been satisfactory. The usual vot...
TEMPERANGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 22 September 1888
MoqktaMMIKES,--Oa Monday, Sep tember^l||,; a temperance meeting was Mdon|i . Mines, Primitive Metfcffli8f|Bclioalroom. IMr Cornelius SKesittd. t^RecitatioOV and songB by mea fj.thfejBand of Hope, and an address aldba Wood, who also recited " Ned fiidgway'sEscape." The singing of some temperance melodies made op a good meeting. EASX Moonta,-On Tnesday, Sept; 18, a largely attended meeting was held in the' Wesleyan -Church, East Moonta Captain Prior made a good chairman and gave an address. The following pro gramme was then well carried through: Excitations, Miss Robjohns, Mr. W. Slee, and Master Paecoe; duet and chorus, " Bise for thy Light is come;" song, Miss Goldsworthy. Mr. F. W. Wood ; gave an address and two recita tions entitled' *' Drink" and " A Speech bom the Gallows'' There was some good singing, and a vote of thaaks by Mr. ThoB. Groldsworthy closed a good meet ing. ..
WINTANERTA. Sept. 19, 1888. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 22 September 1888
WIWTANERTA. I Sept. 19, 1888. - On Tuesday, the 18th instant, the ; members of our Mutual Improvement I Society gave another of their interesting j and instructive entertainments. The j meeting , was presided over by Mr Thos- \ Beare, who opened the meeting with a I few appropriate remarks. Mr S. Be are in 1 reBponbe to the Chairman gave arecitation i entitled " The Twins." M'ibb E. ©ray i followed with " Beantifnl Snow." " The j Trials '. of a Patient Woman" was, then j rehearsedby four ladies, and three gentle- j men. Mr A. Patland gave The road to i Heaven; or, Waterloo Bridge." Then : followed the duet *. Say a Kind Word" by ; Mrs W. Beare, andMisB E. Gray, the; andience takingnp the chorus;- The ; next was a reading " What is Woman*'by&lt; Mr T.Hill. A dialogue folio wed" Ad»iee j Gratis" t)y the following memters J-Mr; A. Putland as Mike,' the transport from j ^p Emerald'Isle jMr E. Putland as the ©oetor ; Mr: P. . Ash, i . !tlie! Perplexed "j Husband. I-think that- fo...
SPORTS AT PASKEVILLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 22 September 1888
SPOETS AT PASKEVILLE. The amalgamated annual picnic of Odd fellows and Itecbabites was held on the Show Grounds at Paskeville on Wednes day, September 12, 1888. The day was all that could be desired for out door sports,: and consequently between three and foor j hundred persons assembled on tbe grounds) to witness the sports, which were well contested in many of the events. In the morning the township presented quite a lively appearance; flags were flying and the young men from a distance began to arrive on horseback, also a fair sprink ling of tbe fair sex. And it was erident by their appearance that they were bent on thoroughly enjoying themselves. About 12 o'clock the Heobabites assem bled at the Oddfellows Lodge Room, and formed a procession^ headed by % brass band from Xadina, and marcbed to the;, grounds. Both Societies turned out in large numbers. Tea was provided on the grounds, and a very brisk business was done, as well there might, for it is ques tionable if Beach and Son...
THE BEETALOO WATERWORKS. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 22 September 1888
I THE BEETALOO WATEfcWOBKS. TO THE KDITOB. 1 JSie,-la reading your report of the ratepayers meeting heldon the 8th inst atjjladina, r/Beetaloq waterworks. I think you-.have misrepresented me.' X hate not . the i slightest knowledge of-Mjiog that unless a man's land abutted the mains the water' was'of no use .'to, him. What I said "Was to the effect1 thattbewater wasmore valnable lo them' who' abutted the pipeB than' to others who hadjto cartII. although within -the first mile. -I am, &e., 1 JOHN WEABNE. j
W. TREMBERTH'S INSOLVENCY. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 22 September 1888
W. TKEMBERTH'S INSOLVENCY. TO THE EDITOR. 1 SIB, - In an old book which Mr Christmas reads sometimes on a Sunday are these words " And the book was opened were .judged out of the things^ which were written in the book" while l make no pretentions to the goody, goody, Mr Christmas has kindly given the most irrefragable proof of his utter unreliability. What a fatal thing it is lor some to be judged out of the things which are written. Mr Christmas in reply to the Commissioners (according to the Wallaroo Times of the 4th of July) question on the 29lh of June, stated " losolvent never paid more than £10 in 1 cash to me. Never received any more directly or indirectly in cash on his account, In his letter in explanation he | states. " I. never said anything of the j kind." To the ^Commissioner he states j " The entry, * trustee's' commission £710s is on sale of wheat to Dunn Received ' the U3tial commission for buying. Mr C. has now the opporiumty of explaining what are double commission...
SNOWTOWN SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 22 September 1888
SNOWTQWN SHOW. Wednesday, Sept. 19, inaugurated the show season for thia district at Snowtown, and if the success of that show can be taken as an index of the result of others the societies of the Peninsula hare a good time in store. The weather, though sultry and threatening during the morn ing, cleared up at noon and became warm and pleasant. The train which started from Wallaroo at 9.5 a.m. with a few pas sengers was well filled before it reached its destination. During the journey it was pleasing to note the condition of the crops compared with those iu our immedi ate neighborhood'. They seemed to indi cate a much heavier rainfall than has been experienced - around Wallaroo and Kadina. The color and growth afford ex cellent promise, and should rain fall very fair crops in the hundred passed through may be hoped for. Snowtown was reached before 12 o'clock, when a stam pede was made for the show ground, where ample accommodation had been provided by the sundry caterers for the cro...
Kadina [?] Wallaran Times KADINA, SATURDAY, SEPT. 22, 1888. EXTENSION OF THE SNOWTOWN RAILWAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 22 September 1888
KAJDINA, SATURDAY. BBPT. 22;! 1888. 3BXTBN®glN oip THE SNOW ,.r I > * The Ib^P^orpb^tions and "District >. .?3v" jpi '. y x%4a&& ^iS? "*.?*. -*,. .£..-^ . 'ir "? - " ^ooncus;|^od^zdpdjap^n^jjoiifer enceoa the afrWe 8a^©eti : atJ,»'aiost opportune time. . A Select Committee has. been appointed to enquire into the question of the Barrier traffic, and in j their investigations must of'necessity i consider the question of overcoming the break-of-gauge, with which the j extension of the Blyth to Gladstone line is inseparably connected. And there is no doubt if that extension is sanctioned the Snow town line will be extenaed so as to form a junction. If this took place there is no doubt that; the geographical position of Wallaroo, combined with its superior facilities aB a harbor for large Teasels, would secure a fair share of the traffic. But apart from this question there is no doubt the snowtown line should be extended, as it would accommodate a large farming dist...
CORPORATION. MOONTA, Thursday, Sept. 20, 1888. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 22 September 1888
COEPORATION. I MOONTA, Thursday, Sept. 20. 1888. ' Present-.Councillors Jewell, Buzza, Hill, Gruinmett, Crutcbett, Symons, .Wilkinson and Marshall, and the Town;! Clerk. In |tbe absence of the Mayor, Cr Jewell was voted to the chair. CORRESPONDENCE. From John Beaglehole, asking that: asphalt be laid down in front of his shop, j Ryan Street, on the usual terms. Resolved that the work begone as soon as convenient. The poandkeeper having left the district, it was resolved that applications' be Invited for the office, before next Counci!. The Overseer stated that Airis the nightman, to whom he had given the books, would act until the appointment was made by the Council, .Refobts. The Overseer reported that daring the past fortnight the men bad been em ployed in general work, and painting the seats and small fences in the square, and foot notice boards had been erected and painted. Cost of materials, 30s. Time, 8 days. He recommended that the corner posts' be also painted three coats whi...
DISTRICT COUNCIL OF NINNES. MONDAY, September 17, 1888. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 22 September 1888
DISTRICT COUNCIL OF 3SI3STNES. I MONDAY, September 17,1888. Present-G. P, Mills, J.P, (Chairman) Crs McDonald, Cooke, Axford, Young, and Patterson, and Mr Cowan (Clerk.) ?«SRESPONDENCB. From District Council of Kadina re clearing aud grubbing 6| miles of boun dary road between Kadioa and Tickera, from eastern boundary, Hd. of Kadina, to Farrell's corner, and agreeing to pay bait the cost, the Ninues Council to take the management of the work. Resolved that the letter be received and that this Council comply with the 1 Kadina Council's desire, and call lor ten ders for the work at once. From Mr Thos. Daries, asking permis sion to close the three chain road in front of his land in the Hd. of Tickera, from south end of section 157 to north end of section 178, and agreeing to erect gates al each end of road. CrB YOUNG, MCDonaid, and COOKE, informed the Council that there was no traffic on the road, and that its being closed would be no public inconvenience Resolved that Mr Davies be all...
THE LIBERALS AND THE IRISH POLICY. London, Sept. 20. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 22 September 1888
THE LIBERALS AND THE IRISH POLICY. London, Sept. 20. j In bis speech at Bradford, Mr Chamberlain expressed bis cordial ap proval of tbe good policy in relation to Ireland, for which lie said be was partly answerable. He would not raise a finger to assist in any movement to destroy the power of the Government while the only alternative presented was a Gladstonian* and Unionist Alliance. He believed that at present there waB a firm and thorough understanding prevailing between the members of the various parties now assisting the Government, and that the ultimate result would be tbe formation of a new national party.
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, WALLAROO. SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1888. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 22 September 1888
AXaCtTjTri ~?- - - T~ PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, , |f|riPKOO.. SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 2S, 1888. Morning at Ila.m. Subject: .' Captive Mam .ad Vtuunan." Evening at §JO.]Mn. Subject: *' Stability of Goipel OharohV' r.;v' preacher-Bet. H. Chester., , , '
ADELAIDE TELEGRAMS. Friday evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 22 September 1888
ADELAIDE 1ELEGRAM8. Friday evening, j Professor Brown, of the Ontaria Col lege (Canada), was a passenger by the Mosetta on Thursday. He is brother to the Conservator of Forests in this colony. He has been commissioned by the Cana dian Government to visit Victoria with the view of reporting on agriculture in Australia, as represented at the Melbourne Exhibition. He will enquire minutely into the system of Forest Conservation, particularly in this coloay. Professor Brown says that nothing practicable has been done in Canada, in the ebape of aboriculture. 'The proposal in reference to forming an irrigation colony at Lake Bonney, made on behaif of the Melbourne Syndicate is to be considered at a meeting of the Cabinet on Monday: The Commissioner of Crown Lands is personally inclined to favor the proposal. The results received at the art examina tions. South Kensington, held in connec tion with the South Australian Art Schools, on June 22 and 28 last, have been received. All the candidat...