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DISTRICT COUNCILS. KADINA, Monday, September 24, 1888. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 26 September 1888
DISTfilCT COUNCILS. Kadina, Monday, September 24, 1888. I Present-Cra P. Allen (Chairman), Taylor, Chatfield, CojUcjy, Crosby^ Booney, JOB. Allen, aM^aV&SH, aoi^i^Clerk (Mr B. Manolarke)."5-- \ j The CHAIEMAK, Reported-that he thad attendedttie District &lt;Jounciis' ASBOO^^QD meeting on the 30th' August last. Itjaeiifc the annual meeting -the election of 4ffican| took place. All the old officers, with'^imj exception, were re-eleoted. >i|L^ number jpi, representatives were absent in ccusequencetcn the meeting being held on tW Thursday instead of the Friday., the. -*(Bual day on which the meeting bad been held. The Monarto District Council "rsfise3"a"'queSll6n" as to whether the assessment should be made.r by the old or the new Coupcil; but it wa.t> held ojer tq .obtainA Jegaliopinion npon it. Mr Dixon gave notice of motion *' That all licence fees be paid into, a common fund and he divided proportionately between Distriot Councils and Corporations. j Mr McLean ...
Kadina & Mallaraa Times KADINA, WEDNESDAY. SEPT. 26, 1888. EMPLOYMENT OF PRISON LABOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 26 September 1888
fPellttrao CititM KADINA, WEDN^SDAr. SEPT. 26, 1888. EMPLOYMENT OF PRISON LABOR. These is probably bo subject about which so much error exists on thei part of the general public as that of employing prison labor. If it were otherwise we should never hear of the so-called friends of the working man crying out because of the competition of such labor in the?various trades and callings- which have been estab lished in connection with penal estab lishments in different parts of the world. The popular idea is when " hard laboilr"is added to the ordinary sentence that it is for the purpose of increasing the punishment. No greater mistake could be made. Pro bably there are persons to whom work is a punishment, but we question if there is one in a thousand of our ordinary criminate who^ after incarcer ation, does not regard labor as a pleasant relief from the dull tedium of prison life. Those whose lives have been deyoted to'the care and study of our criminal classes divide the object of pr...
GREEN'S PLAINS. September 24. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 26 September 1888
GREEN'S PLAINS. ?September 24. The weather during the past week has been extremely warm and sultry for this time of the year. On Thursday an J Friday we had thunder and lightning, but only a Jew drops of rain. On Satur day the wind veered round to the West, &lt; and light showers have since fallen. | All hopes of heavy crops are now over. The bay' crops which' a short time ago; promised to be exceptionally goodwill, | unless ram comes soon, be scarcely get able. Feed has stopped growing and the ! ground is BO hard as to be almost un ploughable We are told to look only at the bright side of things, but there appears to be no particularly bright side on anything just ?now, except the weather. " A rather peculiar accident happened $he other day to a gentleman of note, iti this xftsfript;:. He had attached a long 'rope r: to. a large ablebodied calf and was proceeding to heave up, when thg beastly thing made a bolt and by one of those \ sudden turns, only known to animals of des...
CORPORATION. KADINA, Monday, Sept. 24. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 26 September 1888
CORPORATION. Kadina. Monday, Sept. 24. Present--The Mayor (Mr T. M. Bendell, J.P.) Crs France, Bleakley, Tonkin, Dunn, Eddy and Potter, and the Town Clerk (Mr R. Ussslsrke.) The MAYOB said that the records of the minutes just read would bring to the remem brance of Councillors the aotion proposed to get the co-operation of the three Corporate Towns, and also the surrounding Districts to urge upon the Government to extend the Snowtown line. He - was pleased to report that he had received the cordial promise of support from the Corporations of Moonta and Wallaroo, and from the Kadina Counoil, and, although not officially from the Ninnes Coun ? oil, yet he saw from their local paper that that body had passed a resolution in support ?of the movement, A preliminary meeting had been held that day at which arrange ments had been made for holding a public meeting on Monday next, and he would be pleased t» have the cordial support of all the councillors, and by their presence aid in suc cess...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 26 September 1888
4IOODY, FRANCE & SYMONS, AUCTIONEERS, VALUATORS, LAND, DO AN, ESTATE and GENERAL AGENTS. TRANSFERS, Mortgages, Leases, &c., Affected with dispatch. ? Land Sales attended and Credit Selections taken up. Agents for the Soa.h Australian Insurance" Company, Limited. Moonta Agents for the Australian Mutual Provident Society. Several First-Class Hotels on hand. MONEY to LEND in Large or Small Sums on Good Freehold Security. MOODY, FRANCE & SYMONS, Ellen Street, Moonta, Graves Street, Kadina; and Central Chambers, Waymouth Street, Adelaide. SALE BY AUCTION! SATURDAY, OCTOBER 6, 1888. At 2 o'clock ehaip. AT THE EXCHANGE HOTEL, KADINA. BY ORDER OP THE MORTGAGEE. MOODY, FRANCE & SYMONS HAVE received instructions from the Mortgagee to sell as above LOT 1-ALL that FREEHOLD Section of LAND, No. 1092, Hundred of Wallaroo, containing 95 ACRES or thereabouts. Land grant Register Book vol. ccclxii, Folio 159. This property is well improved with a substantial Stone Dwe...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 29 September 1888
LOCAL C0TJ5T-KAMNA. .Catoe LIST. ' - WEDNESDAY/October 3. . Jtmx, Juewdiotion. Uffindell-Peel ?. Moore-rOox. JcetCabb.V . ... JBurt-Elliott *- StyJes-^-nffindelL, , y &lt;nnp and nt^Bra fi fl*U-'UffipflplL Page-Sarrett T, JCrererton--tTffindtH. , SPECIAL SALE. BOOTS! ° BOOTS! NOW ON AT CLARE'S BOOT PALACE. E A D I 3J A. NOTICE. VACCINATION at Wallaroo Hospital every TUESDAY AFTERNOON at 3 o'clock. TTIOE SALE, Hundred of Tickera, IMPROVED FABM of 749 ACBES. W. G. COOKE. WANTED KNOWN* A FIRST CLASS DINNER for all comers at Christmas' Wheat Store, Kadiua. Price, la. INSTITUTE HALL, Kadina A GRAND -ENTERTAINMENT - Will be given in the above Hall ST THE KADINA AMATEXJR DRAMATIC CLUB, (Assisted by Lady Amateurs). OK WSHOW NIGHT. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 3,1888. ID aid of the Y.F. Agricultural Sooietji The Club will produce (by special request) the Sensational Drama, in two Acts, "Maria Martin" Or, «THE MURDER IN THE RED BARN," Dbamatis Persons. William Corder- ... Mr E. Parnell. Farmer ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 29 September 1888
EXTENSION OF 8NOWTOWN RAILWAY, AND BEETALOO MAINS. Birc Ti/r SETIHG J> U B L I C j|| A PUBLIC MEETING of all interested in the above QUESTIONS will be held in the Council Chamber, KaDTN A, on MONDAY EVENING- next, Octobeb 1, 1888, at balf-past %' o'clock. . Also, to consider the desirability of urging upon the Government the necessity for bringing in the Beetaloo mains to the three towns. T. M. RENDELL, Mayor of Kadina. Oapt. JACKSON BARRY. The far famed Traveller,. Author, and Lec turer will Appear in the KADINA INSTITUTE HALL, on fJWESDAY JgVENINa, ^|CT. 2. When he will deliver.one ofhisracey sketches embracing hia 59 y£ars of Colonial Life. SYNOPSIS ;-New South Wales in 1829, Founding of. Port Phillip in 1835. Taking of Buckler, tjbe wild White Man. Overland journey to Adelaide 1838. -Massacre oi Natives on the Murray. Battles in the bnsh with the Natlyes. &lt; A'visit to the Old Coun- . try in 1879* .Interview with the Tichborne Claimant, and an outline of a tour roun...
THE SCULLING CHAMPIONSHIP. ANOTHER VICTORY FOR KEMP. (By Telegraph.) Sydney, Friday evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 29 September 1888
TIE SCDLLHTC CHiHFIOISUP. ANOTHER VICTORY FOR KEMP. (By Telegraph.) Sydney, Friday evening. The sculling race for £1,000 and the championship of the world, between Peter Kemp of Sydney, and Edward Haitian of Canada, was roved on the Paramatta River to-day. There was not so much interest taken in the event, as wag manifested on the last occasion when Kemp and Hanian met. This was due In a great measure to the fact that a win for Kemp was regarded as a certainty. Bat still there was a very large attendance of spectators at all the prominent points along the course. The race Droved a fast one, but Kemp had his man io hand from start to finish, and won by sis. lengths in 21 minutes 25 seconds. The champion was quite fresh at the finish, but Hanian on the contrary appeared to be much distressed.
THE LATE GERMAN EMPEROR'S DIARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 29 September 1888
THE LATE GERMAN EMPEBOB'S DIARY. The publication of the late Emperor's diary has caused very bitter feeling in Germany. Prince Bismarck denies the truth of the statement that Frederick worded for the federation of Germany in opposition to his father and Prince Bismarck. On 4he contrary, the German Chancellor asserts that daring the dis cussions of 1870, the outcome of which was the establishment ofthe German Empire. Frederick (then Crown Prince.) was not allowed to take any part, hit father fearing that snob a coarse might lead to indiscreet disclosures, owing to his sons connection with the English Court. He cites instances of several inaccurate entries, and asserts that the diary has been published in the interests of the revolutionists.
COMMERCIAL. Wallaroo, Sept. 28, 1888 [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 29 September 1888
COMMERCIAL Wallaroo,Sept. 28,1888 Wheat. 3B 8d to 3B 9d per bushel. fflonr, roller, £10 per ton ; stone, £9 do. Brail Is 4d to Is 6d. Pallard( Is 4d to Is St. Sluonta, Sept. 28, 1888. The following Are the prioeB current for prodnoe at Moonta: Wheat fie 8d per bushel. Floor, stone. £9 5s per ton; roller, £10 do ietail20s per bag. Bran la 4d per bushel, retail Is Bd do. Pollard Is 4d per bushel, retail 1b Sd do. Chaff, (wheaten) US 10B to £8. per ton. Potatoes, £s 6s to £5 10b per ton, retail 6s fid owl. Dairy produce Batter, freBh, present price is lOd per lb., retail Is do. Eggs, fresh, 5d per dozen, retail 8d do. Bioon, dairy fid, 8id to 9d per lb., retail lid do. " Begigter" Office, Sept. 27. 1888. There is no material change in the condition or wheat market locally, although the English market shows signs of flrmneBS. Operations are of no special interest, being almost entirety confined to §archase for shipment. Value for large parcels at 'ort Adelaide, 4a to 4s 2d andatontpoits...