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POLICE COURTS. KADINA, Sept. 24, 1888. (Before P. W. Garner, J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 29 September 1888
POLICE COURTS. KAMNA, Sept. 24, 1888. (Before P. W. Garner, J.P. i Miles 0"Siley%drunkenness in a public place on the 22nd nwt« .pined 5s. Fine paid. (Before same Bench, on the 25th inst.) Peter Jacobsori and William Gregg, botb for drantenneag in a public place on fhe 24th inst., was fu»ed 5s each. Fine paid: MOONTA. Wednesday, Sept. 26,1888. ("Before Messrs 3. is. Prisk and W. H. WilklaBon,Jc.J^P,8.) Arthur Thornber, of Moonta Mine, on the information of F. G. Jewell, pleaded gnilty lo a breach of; the; Lights and Vehicle, Act, on the 22nd inst., and was fined 5aland IOa-costs.in all 15s. EdtoardSmitk, -defended -by - Mr Page, plesd«d not gnilty to a charge of Indecent behnvour on th&«veniDg of Sept. 211 between; lO and 11 p.m.,,on the footpath at the Globe Sbtel. * On tiie evidenceof. Constable Jewell, the chaise was moved, aod a fine of 10«, . and lOifcosts wiu Iofiietod, = v]udi was paid^off app^^^iunSt; : ~''*J:
MAIL NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 29 September 1888
. MATT. NOTICES. Great Britan September 29-Vis Torres Straits, per'steamer to Melbourne, 12.45 p.m. October 1-Via Suez* R.M.8., Oroya, 1-15 p.m.; newspapers, 12.16 p.m.; Largs 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.* Port Adelade Railway Station 2.45 p.m., British and foreign parcels post per tbe Oroya, oloseB at General Poet Office Sept. 29, S p.m, October 1-Via Marseilles. M.M.S. Sydney, Oct. 1-Via San Francisco, express, 2 p.m.. Oct. 17-N.G.L.S. Hohenstaufen. Africa.-October 1-Sydney, to Man ritins, 9.30 a.m.. ttaenoe per first opportunity. Mauritius-Oct. 1-M.M.S. Sydney 9.30 a.m. New Zealand-Oct. 1-Overland, 2.30 p.m. via Melbourne. Western Australia-October 1-R.M.S. Oroya, 1.16 p.m. Kangaroo Island-September 29-James Comrie, 7 a.m. Mails for New South Wales, Victoria, Qneens. land, and Tasmania close daily (except Satur days) at 2.30 p.m. by the overland railway via Melbour...
LOCAL COURT—SNOWTOWN. Tuesday, September 25. (Before Messrs G. Freebairn, and J. Allan, J. J. P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 29 September 1888
LOCAL COmtT-SNOWTOWN. Tuesday, September 25. (Before Messrs G. Freebairn, and J. ' Allan, J. J. P.) James Chittleborouqk, farmer, &ad and John McPherson, farmer, both of Cameron, were charged with neglecting to cause their children to attend school. Tbey pleaded guilty and were fined Is, and costs 9s eacbl Carl Wilbe, farmer near Snowtown was charged with furious driving, and was fined 20a, and costt 10a. .
ADELAIDE SHARE MARKET. From Mr H. D. O'Halloran, 8. A. Stock Exchange, (By Telegraph,) Adelaide, Friday, 6.30 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 29 September 1888
ADELAIDE SHABE MARKET. From Mr H. D. CfL&lloran, 8. A. Stock Exchange, (By Telegraph,) Adelaide. Friday, 6.30 p.m. COHPBB. Hamley .1 Moonta ... , 6 Matooroo (con) 0 GOLD. Alma (a) - ... - 1 Alma (b) X Da Estd. (con) ,. 0 Baker's Creek 3 New Lady Alice (pro) ~ 0 Kt. Oarrington 0 Birds 0 STTVEB. Central (pro) 0 British Blocks ... 1 Block 14 ... 2 Janctions ... 0 Hew Norths 1 Pinnacles (new issue) 0 Sampsons ... - 4 Wheal Watkins 0 Broken Hills - 242 Gipsy Girls 0 Victoria. Grots 0 Pioneer 0 Rising Son Ertd. 0 Bcbibs. McDonald (pro) 0 Maude Kiver (pro) 0 15 0 15 0 8 0 17 0 16 3 2 lj 8 9 3 4J 3 H U 7i 13 0 15 6 14 4 19 0 0 0 310J 2 0 2 S 10 0 7 6 5 t> 4 0 3 6 3 0 0 3}
A MODEST REQUEST. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 29 September 1888
A M6DE»T REQUEST. TO THB EDlTOB. SIB,--L baye often wondered at tbe contented way id which the folks at Wal laroo Mines trudge to and from 3£adina to post and- receive their letters, without making an effort to obtain a local post offic in some central position, as they have at filooqta Mines. But supposing that a local post office be too great a matter to ask the Government for, I see no reason why we should not invite our members to ask the postal authorities to place a pillar at tbe Mines railway platform. This would be a great convenience to a large number of people for posting tbeir corres pondence, and it would, not be much trouble for the Guard to clear tbe pillar each time he passes to and fro. Will our members accept toe suggestion ? -I am. VERBUM SAP. Wallaroo Mines, Sept. 28.
THE WALLAROO CEMETERY. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 29 September 1888
THE WALLAEOO CEMETERY. TO THE EDITOB... SIB, - I had occasion to stroll through oar cemetery the other day, and was pleasingly auprised at the great irn ; provemeat made there, 10 forming roads i and tree planting. I think it is a pity the committee did not go a little further by patting some bags round the whole of them, seeing the healty appearance of the young trees. I think by a little care we will have some nice trees to beautify that sacred little spot; and I know from good authority that the Eadina Amateur Dra matic Club has kindly offered to give a night's entertainment in our Institute, and I think that it is our duty as residents of the town and elsewhere, who have friends boned there, to show oar appreci ation of their kind offer, seeing that it is for such a good purpose-viz., to go to the funds for improving our local ceme tery. Therefore I hope there will be a fall hoase to show that we appreciate their kindness. Hoping you will Dublish this. l am, Sue., EDWARD TRYJ2. ...
DISTRICT BOUNDARIES. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 29 September 1888
DISTRICT BOUNDARIES. TO THE EDITOB. SIE.-PardoB me for again asking space for a few words io reply to " Wil tnnga Ratepayer," who for childish folly eclipses every thing I have previously seen. " By thy works are ye known,'' just meets the case of " Wiltunga Ratepayer." who has come out in his true celors, and shown himself to be an ex-Couniillor. I was going to say of Green's Plains, now living at Bute. Yes, old boy, I can understand your letters now alright. You have, I am told, suffered with the complaint for many years-i.e., of trying to say some thing with sense, bnt so far have not yet succeeded. I think, noir, in your ad yanced years the chances against yon are too great, so would advise you to throw up the sponge, at any rate don't say any thing about District Clerks, as everyone knew (who wants to) that the Clerk of Ninnee Distriet Council is the Clerk at Knlpara. Of course you mean something by saying so, but you put so much cap on it* that, no one can think what yon do me...
SHIPPING NEWS. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 29 September 1888
b lllPPl .\ G NSW8, ARRIVED. Wednesday, Sept. 2«- Fmnfclin. e.B., 395 tons, A'kWsod, muter, from Tort Fine. Thursday Sept. 27-Jessie Darling, 8.B., 160 tone, Wendlatid, master, from Fort Xiinooln. Same day-Cadell, e.a., 89 tons, Beid, master, from Port Bronghton. Friday, Sept. 38-Jessie, Darling, s.s., 150 tone, Wendland, master, from Franklin Harbor. Same day^-Ferret, s.s., ttS tons, Crocker., master, from .Port Aueosta.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 29 September 1888
Shipping. FROM WALLAROO. TIE ADELAIDE STEAMSHIP COT., LIMITED, IDispatch their Steamers as under, when practicable From Ft. ADELAIDE the S.6." In'eitiga tor" on SATURDAY, atnoon, carrying Cargo for Port Wallaroo, landing same on MON DAY MORNING. FOB PORTS PIRIE and GERMEIN, s.s. " Investigator," Monday. FOE PORT ADELAIDE, -b.b. "Investigator" Wednesday. 1". CLARE, Agent, Wallaroo. Business Notices. PROFESSIONAL. WADEY & E. J. COX, SOLICITORS AND NOTABLES PUBLIC, 62 KING- WILLIAM STREET, (NEXT Rigby'S) . . AD EIAIDE, ME EOBEET J. NOBES, 454-c AGENT AT XADINA. H. W. Uffindell, SOLICITOR, NOTARY, Sc., & MOONTA AND KADINA. BOTH OFFICES OPEN DAILY. MS, UFFINDELL attends all Ponin - snla Courts, and may be consulted at Eadina on Monday, Wednesday and Saturday to each week, and at "Moonta on alternate days. S. Ei PAGE, - SOLICITOR. &c.. - Gkaves STREET, KADINA, and Euaor STEEBT, MOONTA. Mr PAGE attends all neighboring Courts, and may be consulted at Kadina every Wed...
SAILED. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 29 September 1888
HV SAILED. I Wedneeda^ -Sept.. 26-Franklin, 395 tons, Anderson; master, for Port Adelaide. Thursday, Sept. 27-Jessie Darling, 8.a.,150 tone, Wendland, master, for Franklin Harbor. ? Same day-Cadell, s.b., 89 tons, Reid, maBter, for Port Bronghton. - Friday, Sept. 538-Jessie Darling, 6.6., 150 tone, Wendland, master, for Port Lincoln. Same day-Ferrett, aa., 246 tons, Crocker, master, from Port Lincoln.
AN INVITE. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 29 September 1888
AN INVITE. TO THE EDITOR. SIB.-Ladies Kadina and Wallaroo will hold their annual " at home " on October 3. The company wilt meet on the ground specially provided for these occasions. The following ladies are, with their families, most cordially invited. Lady Moonta, Lady Wakefield, Lady Snowtown and Lady firooghton. Each of the aboye ladies are requested to invite as many of their friends as they choose, to all'of whom we shall feel most happy to accord a most hearty welcome. We recognise the great distance at which Lady Maitland resides, bat we hope to have the pleasure of the company of some of her children, and last, but not least, we trust to have the company of out dear little Miss Paskevtlle. We trust that it may be convenient for all the above ladies, with their families, to favor us with their company at our "at home," this year, because very many of our eldest sons and daughters have taken considerable interest in the whole of the necessary preparations to ensure the enjoym...
CORPORATION. WALLARDO, Wednesday, Sept. 26, 1888. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 29 September 1888
CORPORATION. WALL A EDO, Wednesday, Sept. 26, 1888.1 Present-The Mayor (Mr Jas. Mal colm, J.P.) Crs Stimeon, Chatfield, I Hamence, Harmao, Kearee, Phillips, j Gepp, and the Town Clerk (Mr Alex, j Young). MAYOB'S REPOET. - The MAYOB reported that a meeting of the representatives o( the three towns was held on Monday night to formulate reso lutions to be put before a public meeting to be held at Kadina on Monday next.. Various junctions had been mentioned, but Gladstone seemed to be the most feas ible, as a line of railway vent from there to Laura, from which point the line could be extended to serve country to the north ; east of that town, which would be a most convenient line oyer which to carry stock. He would like all Councillors to be present to show their sympathy with the object. Since the last meeting of the Council the committee appointed to draw up specifications for the fencing in of the Western Park lands had met and drafted the specifications for the said work, ten ders ...
Radiua & Wallaraa Times KADINA, SATURDAY, SEPT. 29. 1888. THE SWEATING SYSTEM. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 29 September 1888
JEaMtta & JEfallaraa ?ms KADIS'A, SATURDAY. SEPT. 29. 1888. THE SWEATING- SYSTEM. I * i:' MUCH attention has of late years been directed in England to what as been termed the " Sweating System." And the House of Lcpyls has been appoint ed to enqmre into its working, especi ally in the East end of London, The true interpretation of ihe term is surrounded with, difficulty, according to the evidence, but it is generally understood to apply to a person who by some unfair means, not being a manufacturer, makes a profit out of fellow workmen; It would seem that both in England And France the greatest offenders are sub-contractors, and in the latter place the feeling lias become so strong against it that the municapality of Paris has put a stop to all subcontracting, and has » decided that "workmen engaged for -i-V*. . ? ... works in thetown - must fee^u direct employment of tbe concession- j aires or contractors without any inter- j mediary or middlemen," and any 1 infraction of t...
CHESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 29 September 1888
CHESS. The following is the game won by Mr Styles from Sir Nolan in the Hoyieton match : White-Mr Styles. Slack-Mr Nolan: 1. V7hite began by ordering his King's Pawn two paces to front quick march. Black replied by a similar movement. 2. White now ordered his heavy cavalry (Kings own) to a point two paces to front of his Kind's b.shop. This officer at once began assulting Black's advanced post with all his might. Black was per force obliged to help his man by ordering his Qaeen's Fawn one pace forward in support. White finding the previons attack foiled, rushed his Q.P. two paces forward, attacking Blaok's advanced guard with headlong fury, but again Black foiled the attack by ordering hiB Queen's Cavalry to defend at Q B 3. 4. While now to divert Blaok's attention caused a flatter in church affairs by p-omot ing his King's Bisbep to a new square at the flank of his Queen's Pawn. Black's Queen's Bishop promptly ocoupied Sling's 3rd and the two Bishops argued and glared at each other...
THE MOONTA MINES YOUNG TURKS FOOTBALL CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 29 September 1888
THE MOONTA MINES YOUNG TURKS FOOTBALL CLUB, The members of this enthusiastic club celebrated the close of another successful season, which leaves them the premiers a second rears with a social held at the Globe Hotel, on Wednesday evening. There was a large attendance both of members aid supporters, numbering one short of 70. Punctually at 8 o'clock the chair was taken by Dr. James, President of the club, Mr J. M. Symons occupying the vice-chair. After ample justice had been done to a most excellent spread pro vided by Host Markey, the time-honored toasts were given by the Chairman. Mr SYMONS then proposed. " The Moonta Mines Turks.'1 He was pleased to see so many representatives of other clubs present at such a gathering, it show ed there was a spirit of unity. During the year there had been a great spirit of rivalry, each club had done its beBt to win, aad they had met on this oeeasion to do honor to the Moonta Mines Turks. It was a great honor for the club when entering with the ...