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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 22 September 1888
SPECIAL SALE. BOOTS! ° BOOTS J NOW ON AT CLARK'S BOOT PAL AC E. K A D I IT A. CHEAP DRAPERY. C, M06RE k THE CHEAP CASH DRAPERS. IN THEIR NEW PREMISES, ? 1 Lately occupied by Messrs T. Berriman 8f Co., GRAVES - ST., IECA-ZDUnT_A_. GREAT HALF-YEARLY A. LIE All Winter Goods must be eleared. Great Half- Yearly Sale. o - Winter Stock almost Given Away. COME EARLY FOR BARGAINS. Great Half-Yearly Sale. Saturday, August 18. The Cheapest Drapery House on the Peninsula o ADELAIDE PBIOES AT Graves - Street, Kadina, Adelaide and Balaklava. V } TRIUMPHANT The only Tailoring and Clothing Establishment in South Australia which obtained a FIRST-CLASS AWARD for CLOTHING at the JUBILEE EXHI BITION was the celebrated Firm of IIW. HHIERLAW k " TAILORS, CLOTHIERS, AND OUTFITTERS, GLASGOW HOUSE, 16 AND 18, HINDLEY-ST. '? l\ ^ ! ;\ \ v i ! I Go for your Clothing and Outfitting® to SHIERLAW'S, where you can obtain a Suit made Order in Si* Hour. J. s. BAGSHAW & SONS IN THANKING- their Fanner Friends...
GREEN'S PLAINS. Sept.15,1888. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 22 September 1888
---T *Ji1 Sep't.15.1888. The . annual amalgamated pic-nic of j OddfellowB, and,:, Ilechabitefl, came on Wednasday the Beereation Grounds, PaskeFilie. 'The dav «rai|Bpeoi- : ally adaptedforpicmieiB^^^ to think a large ;&lt;onaber> of/people:-; A lengthy through ; each eyent Was "well.contorted, bat tbeb igbjamp Iwafctbe^leatare^^fie; day, aniuwas f ray tall- affair Indeed. iBut yourreporte*iisas^doubtleiSBentyou > particulars. *antly and :without « ?WtcA^ bar«ne, lblit ' -was tbelad wbo bitebefi mattempting ???.." band from E*dink wiu oa the ground, and discoursed some really excellent music, which with the reports of the gun used by the starter of events helped to enliven the proceedings amazingly. The P. M. Church had their usual tea meeting in the pavilion and seemed to be doing a roaring trade. The seeeBsion movement in the East has become a stern reality- The Paske ville Ward is now in open rebellion, and has made overtures to Kulpara, who in return hold out the ar...
ALTERATION OE DISTRICT BOUNDARIES. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 26 September 1888
ALTERATION OE DISTRICT BOUNDARIES. TO THE EDITOB. SIB,-A notice in yourissue of the 19th instant, you Jionor the few remarks I made at Knlpara, ty drawing attention to them in your leader- I cannot complain much about tbe leader, but it is only a portion of tbe trntb. ; In tbe first place I stated at Kulpara that the overdraft of tbe old Council in the comtuenceioent of tbe financial year 1887-1888 was under £400, and what it was now I do not know, but'there lias been a rate collected on over a £7,000 assessment of 9d in tbe . pound, and that there has been no public works done for the year. So tbat cow it should be considerably reduced. In tbe second place yon, bare been wrongly in formed re tbte origin of the-overdraft. Tbe overdraft originated in 1876, at the time of the great drought. An active Counciiror \from~lhe west thought he saw . his -waf- cleat to turn salt water into fresh and would not-allow-the Council any peace itililiiia seheme was carried out at (JopjfePffill- &...
OUR COMING SHOW. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 26 September 1888
* OUB-COMING SHOW. TO THE EDITOB. Sib,-As the time is fast approaching when we shall have the pleasure of view in}; the many interesting subjects which will be then exhibited at our local show, I thought I would .pen JL few lines in the hope that a spirit at friendly rivalry might be induced, in some instances, and that in.the .caBe of others it might result in reminding some that, the show pro vides an excellent opportunity of in a Very cheap manlier,,adding to the happi ness of our' fellow mortals.' On these occasions the past .comes back and those persons who lead for exhibition, or who contest for a prize are equally benefactors to tbeir fellows. " A thing of beauty is a joy for ever.','. -After the show is over and the show pavilion is as'bare as it is now, the educating effect of the show will be bearing fruit. We have in our midst many subjects of great interest. Among some of our miners are yery skillfully drawn plans of the underground workings of our mines. In our midst ar...
WIDTH OF TIRES' ACT. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 26 September 1888
WIDTH OF TIRES' ACT, TO THEEDITOB.- ' SiRi-At the. luee.ung of the Eadina GDistrgst Council- bii Monday, Sept- 24, a long discussion arose on the Superintend ing Surveyor asking the question '' Would the Council agree to share the cost of keeping an Inspector, under the Width of Tires*'; Act at and- near Moonta with the Clinton Council." * Now, that question was settled at the meeting held July 23, at which I proposed, and it was carried nnanifnously "That the C lerk be anstract cd totake all necessary steps to ^enforce the Width of (Tires*. Act." At that meet it was/-distinctly, understood that the Clerktwas to write to the Superintending Surveyor, who in tarn .was to, appoint an Inspector or Inspectors. Strang© to say, however, after that was carried ooanim onsIy, the very first meeting at which the Superintending'Surveyor mentions that he bad-appointed an .Inspector at a very low salary indeed, and asks the Council to pay ;half^6r'perhaps'ioniy a third) of that officers salary, t...
COMMERCIAL. "Begister" Office, Sept. 24, 1888. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 26 September 1888
COMMERCIAL. 24,1888. Wheat market is paralysed, and nothing -what ever doing. Quotations 'nominal in -the absence oi operations-rix.. for ehippli^g jjaroelB at Fort Ade laide 4s to 4s 2d, and fermeii* Jots Id less. At ontporta large pSHJ616~&re quoted worth ..3s lid to 4s id only; SiirdierB* *p£r*eu (ttlfing." ^-Ronr de pressed, ud nothipgBriUngfgoept Jpr fcra&e wants. Patent roller brands, JtiO to £10 10s; ordinary anpeflne. £0 to £9 10es hongehold, £7 to £7 10s, quiet. Bran flat at le^j^ggUsfrd,16 2&lt;*» n0 I vge Bales; New Zealand oats, 35o3, no brisk demand; Oape oats 2s £d to2& fld ;*T5ngli8h malting barley SB to 5s 3d Cape barley, 3s 3d to 2s fld, quiet.
ORIGINAL POETRY. IN MEMORY OF THE LATE HENRY VERRAN, OF EAST MOONTA. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 26 September 1888
tTKIGINAL POETRY. IN" MEMORY OF THE LATE HENRY VEBB AN, OF EAST MOONTA. Alas f poor Verran, littl^ did'et thou know* , When leaving those dark depths below; Soan &s thy eye had'eeetithe light. Thy mortal spirit should take it's flight; In haste to reach it's home. In rain thy wife ahdchildren wait To hail thy glut reams; Ornel tidings-they are never late Cause their hearts to wail and mourn, Their hs«yfr»«b. r - "Tis yatn that'meneit tn"debate,~ Or4rasdom clearer troths have shown, The tense may find, but aU too late ToeheeriAy^SBBOiai&heiae'f* Thoir still most' mourn. Thy Children, too, with expectation wild, Wonder why father don't return; Yon&lt;can't explain all to a child, Winch gives yon -still"fresh cause to moum, Yonr.husband'fc death, MayjBhrist^^n healer oflthe heart. Give you«bmfort from fcbovie. Oh 1 inay lie tata^heinsband'spart, . And props his fathertiooa-&lt;jf love To cta'eer yon on. Take courage, though itfe hardto bear ; Your husban...
MAIL NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 26 September 1888
T MATT. NOTICES. | Groat Britan ^ 4o:-Bepfcember 28-'Via Torres Straits, per steamer to Melbourne, 12.45: p.m. Octtober 1-Via Suez, R.M.8.,' Oroya., 1.15 p.m.; newspapers, 13.15 p.m.; Iatmb ' Bay and Semaphore ,12.30 p.m,Port Adelaide, 12,40 p.m. newspapers, 11.10 a.m.; late letters GiP.O, 2.16 p.m., Adelaide RailwayStation 2.90 p.m.* Port Adelade Bailway Station 2.45 p.m., British and forelgajiaroel« poet per the Oroya,, closes at General Post Office Sept. 29, 5 jp.m. Ootober 1-Via.' JUnMlles, M.M.8. Sydney, Oct.' 1-Via-.San:'. Francisco,- express, 21 pjn.. Oot. 17-N.6.Ii.8,: Hohenstanfeo, : Afrioa.-Ootober i-1LUI8., ' Sydney, to Mau ritius. thence per first opponnily. Mauritius-Oct. 1-M.M;S, Sydney. . New Zealand-Oot. '1-Overland, 2.30 p.m.' via Melbom&s. :, , , , Western Australia-October 1-K.M.S. Oroya, 1.16p.m. &lt;. ; .. . Kangaroo Island-September 29-James Comrie, 7 a.m. " - . .. Mails for "New South Wales, Victoria, Queens, land, and Tasmania, close daily (ex...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 26 September 1888
BOOTS! BOOTS' NOW ON ' "1 ' '*? AT CLARK'S BOOT PALACE. IK .A. ID I IN" -A.. |I rpHE J UBILEE SEATING BINE BAGOT STBEET, WALLAROO. - W. RICHARDSON, Peoebietoe. TWO SESSIONS DAILY Moeningb-From 9.30 to 11 a.m. Ladies only.1 Admission free. Skates free. EVENINGS--From to 10 p.m. ? Admission 6d. Skates 6d.' JJOLLRB. KATING «r Boiler Skating -®> OPENING NIGHT SATUEDAI, SEPT. 29, 1888. Fbo& 1 to 10 p.m. Admission-FREE. Skates-FREE. THE JUBILEE SKATING RINK BAGOT STBEET,' - Wallaroo - W. RICHARDSON, Proprietor. FOR SALE BY -TENDER. TENDERS will be received by the under signed op tiil 17th OCTOBER Next, for the purchase of about fifty (60) ACRES of LAND, eaburban to Kadina-in One or Two lots; No tender.neceaBarily accepted, i -. v Cash or terms. « , . . T. EY, Gawler. EXTENSION OE SNOWTOWN RAILWAY, AND BEETALOQ MAINS. i pDBLIC JU EE TING A PUBLIC MEETING of ill interested . in the above QUESTIONS will be held in the Council Chamber, KADIN A, on M0NDAY EVENING next, OCTOBER 1, 18...
ADELAIDE SHARE MARKET. From Mr H. D. O'Halloran, S. A. Stock Exchange, (By Telegraph,) Adelaide, Tuesday, 5 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 26 September 1888
' ADELAIDE SHARE MARKET. yrom Mr H. JJ. o tiaiioran, s. A. MOCK .Exchange, (By Telegraph, j Adelaide. Tuesday, 6 p.m. Corns. Moonta ... Hamley - Mutooroo (con) Birds Mt. Carrington Baker's Creek Crystal (pro) Alma (b) Pioneer ' New B. H. Eta. 2Jew Norths Junctions Sonth (pro) Sampsons Southern Cross (Con) Broken Hills British Blocks Block 14 * - Hveleena Wheal Watkins ... Treasure; . ... ... Gipsy Girls I... -- Western Biver Central (pro) "Wee Jim (con) MaVoneJS (pro) Do (con) Goed, Silvjb. Bits ibb. 7 0 0 1 19 0 0 8 3 0 4 3 O m 10 0 0 10 0 218 O 3 7 0 0 4 0 240 10 e lis (I 2 IS 6 0 4 3 0 110} 0 1 3 O 8 0 10 0 0 12 9 0 0: 3
FROM AUSTRALIA, TO ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 26 September 1888
FBOM AUSTRALIA, TO ENGLAND. J The Rev. J. Goodwin wlio. recently left Moonta for .England, bas contributed some notes on bis trip from this colony to ^England, to the Stockport (Eng.) Primitive Methodist, from which we take the fol lowing : lEAVIKG fiOPTH ABSTHAilA. ! Punctually at one p.m. bni the 4th bf April, the advertised time for sailing, the anchor was lifted, the -engines ^started, and amidst the lively -music of; the;ship's band and the waving of /farewella^ wte hade adieu to the land werewe hayespent 20 of the best years ofpiirlife-in-'uninter rupted service in ' our Divine ^Master's cause. We cannot well describe our feelings as we ga?ed upon the~gra^iialjy receding shores of' South Australia until they entirely faded from, our sight. We1 glided emoothlyduritrglhe 'flight at 12, knots an hour, the :a*erage«peed of tiie ' vessel. During the next day we arranged -onr luggage, rendering .ouf ,i»bm S8 com- . for table, as possihlpT" The run from Ade laide to Colohj^o. our 'fi...
ADELAIDE [?]EGRAMS. Adelaide, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 26 September 1888
ADELAIDE 'lELEGRAMS. Adelaide, Tuesday. J The Legislative Council to-day, threw out the Sparrow Bill,'sod unanimotialy adopted the Hon. fi. G. Baker's amend ment on Hon. S. Tomkinson's .motion, thus approving of the action of the Civil Servioe Commission. At the last moment Torakinson wished to withdraw, but per mission was refused. In the House of Assembly the Chinese Bill was re-considered in Commitee, with - the result that the resolution of last week was reversed, and the 500 tonnage clause was carried. Tna Government modified ! the misdemeanour clause, but the measure will now practically pass in the shape the Government introduced it originally. It. H. "Wigg, an old and iespected colonist, died this morning aged66. An important share ease (Horn v Young) was began to-day, involving £3,600. The retail grocers and drapers with cine exception, have resolved to shorten the hours on Saturday night. Four-hundred passenger* left for Mel bourne by the special to-day. Four (4) Newcastle...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 26 September 1888
Shipping. FROM WALLAROO. THE 1BBLAIDE STEAMSHIP COY., ' LIMITED, Dispatch ' their Steamers as oader, when practicable: From Pt. ADELAIDE the s.l. "Investiga tor" on 8 ATURDAY, at noon, carrying Cargo /or Port Wallaroo, landing same on MON- J DAY MORNING. | FOB POSTS PIRJE and GERMEIN, s.8. " Investigator," Monday. FOR PORT ADELAIDE, -a.8." Investigator" Wednesday. F. CLARE, Agent, Wallaroo. Business Notices. PROFESSIONAL. WADEY & E. J. COX, SOLICITORS AND NOTARIES PUBLIC, I 62 KING WILLIAM STREET, (Next BIGBY'S) ADELAIDE; ME ROBERT J. NOB^S, 454-c AGENT AT KADINA. H. W. TJffindell, SOLICITOR, NOTARY, *0., & MOONTA AND KADINA. BOTH OFFICES OPEN DAILY. lk/| E CTFFIJNDELL attends all Penin- i sula Courts, and may be consnlted at Kadina on Monday, Wednesday and Saturday in each week, and at Moonta ob alternate days. S. B. PAGE, - SOLICITOR, &c.. - GBAVES Sxbeet, IT A DIN A, and Siinr j STEBET, MOONTA. Mr PAGE attends all neighboring Courts, j and may be consulted...