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DISTRICT COUNCIL MEETINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 29 September 1888

DISTRICT COUNCIL MEETINGS- I UniSBB, Monday, Oot. 15, at the Diefnct Office, at 1 o'clock. KTTEPABA, Tuesday, Oct. 16, at 2 o'clock. KADINA, Monday, Oot. 29, at 2.30 p.m.

Publication Title: Kadina And Wallaroo Times, The
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ADELAIDE TELEGRAMS. Friday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 29 September 1888

ADELAIDE 2 ELEGRAMS. Friday Evening, j The ^Railway Commissioners hare de termined to strictly enforce the provisions of the Act forbidding persons, other than those authorised, from selling return tickets. They hare already obtained one conviction. The Railway Commissioners have de cided not to appoint a Secretary, bat to engage a chief clerk. It will be remem bered that a proposal was made by the Commissioners some time ago to import a Secretary from England. This gave rise to much adverse comment. The Bail way Commissioners hare con sidered the advisability of erecting a new railway station at Adelaide in place of the present one on North Terrace, and the consequent removal of the work shops and stores, and although it will prove expensive, they assert that it will result in a considerable savins Owing to the severity of the drought in the north several owners of stock have applied to the Bailway Commissioners for a reduction in the rates for the carriage of their cattle- They ba...

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PUBLIC MEETING AT KADINA. EXTENSION OF THE SNOWTOWN RAILWAY. BEETALOO MAINS TO PENINSULA TOWNS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 3 October 1888

PUBLIC MEETING AT KADINA. EXTENSION OF THE SNOWTOWN RAILWAY. BEETALOO MAINS TO PENINSULA TOWNS. A pablic meeting was held in the Council Chamber, Kadina, on Monday evening to consider several important questions affecting the district; The Mayor of Kadina (Mr T. M. bendell), as convener of the meeting, occupied the chair. There were also present represen tatives of the Corporations of Kadina, Moonta and Wallaroo, and the District Council of Kadina. The CHAIRMAN said there were several questions that bad led to the meeting, tlhe principal being the extension of the Snowtown railway, so as to bring the Peninsula, which was now isolated, into closer communication with the north. The first movement led to a conference of | the Mayors of the three towns, and dis trict Chairmen on Monday last, and the ' present meeting was the oatcome of that, i He bad written to Ninnes District Coun cil, and bad also apprised them of what took place. He had an apology from the Chairman for his absence, b...

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CLINTON CENTRE September 26. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 3 October 1888

CLINTON CENTKE | September26. On Monday last the nsual Sunday I School tea meeting was held in Jubilee Chapel, Clinton, and the day being all that could be desired (so far as out-door amusem ent was concernedJ a great many people gathered between lour and five in the evening. After various games were indulged in for a few hours, the crowd assembled in the cbapel to hear the Sunday School , children go through their songs, recitations &c. The Rev. D, S. Wylie occupied the chair, and opened the meeting by giving a very interesting address, which was greatly appreciated by: the audience. Then followed hymns and recitations by the children, both of which were nicely gives, and the ladies and gentlemen who so kindly assisted in training them are to be congratulated, so great bas been their improvement since last year. The Superintendent (Mr Z. Williams, flen.), who has been working bard for some time to commence a Sun day School, is to be congratulated on his success as > ther...

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THE MOONTA POLICE CASE. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 3 October 1888

THE MOONTA POLICE CASE. TO THE JJDITOB. SxB,-Your report against ray client in the Moonta Police Court, on Wednesday last, is likely to injure, him, by making the cafe appear worse than it really wa#» Id jatitice to my client the evidence of the witnesses called for the defence should have been published. The witnesses were two gentlemen of the highest respectability who were the only persons present when the ^alleged offepsa was committed, and tfaey both. stated on oath that the defend art <hd not -commit the offence which, he was charged. Although the beach saw fit-to infltot a fine. I am convinced that no one who heard the evidence agreed with their decision. By inserting this in your next issue you will oblige, -I am. &C. tn-f . . S.E. PAGE. Mtfotfta, Oct. 1, 1888.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 3 October 1888

NINNES DISTRICT COUNCIL. TENDERS. f | TENDERS are invited by the abeve JL 'Council up till 12 o'clock on MONDAY, Odtobhe 15, for tbe following worts : £ ~ Nrajsres ^Faaa)-f- ; CONTBAOT No. ^7-Forpairip; and rabbling aboafJd chains of-Jand- hill between Section 42. Hundred Ninnes, and Sec tion 114, HuB^red Kqlpara. CONTRACT/No*' 28-r(lnibbiug about 60 cbtuns of road*10'f®et w®, from East corner of Seetioni34 to. West comer of same-seatiom~> - CONTBAJJT No. 29-Grabbing and clearing about 70 chains- of road 22 feet wide, from Nortl£JW«^^6rnl>rx}# Saefion 133' to West corner of Section. 136. V J Wbothm WARD Contb*6T No, 8-^Grabbing and clearing roa|* 22 : feet/wide, -from k North-EaBt corner of^ecgfoifc 65 to ftSouth-EMt cor$br of Sectiflli Cj| I i . . CONTRACT Noi -S^-^CSMting, fohning; and rabbling 4 sand hills between Sections 155^156,168, iand 169, length; about 18 chains. Large san& hilV must' be ont down 4 ;feet from crown, excavated earth to bkpltid^d i*k! kfcb^w^st...

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Kadina & Wallaran Times KADINA, WEDNESDAY, OCT. 3, 1888. MONDAY NIGHT'S MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 3 October 1888

' KADINA. WEDNBSDAY, OCT. 3, 18S8. ? : ? ^ rr: ?- rr~. : . MONDAY NIGHT'S MEETING. THE meeting held at Kadina on Monday Evening, although not numer ously attended^possessed one very pleasing feature-^namely, the pre sence of^ibe Major's and a number of councillors representing the three Corporations, as well as the Chairman sad some of the councillors of the District; of Ejadina. In the past although neither of the towns have openly opposed anything advocated by the others, still there has frequent ly been strong 'differences of Opinion regarding: pnblic movements, which have resulted detrimentslly. We might give numerous instances of this Irind, but probably xt is better to let bygones be bygones! The two ques tions discussed vn Monday evening are of very' great importance to the district, and with such a population as' we hare-,- thoroughly united, we can certaicdy present a yery strong front to the (internment. The extension of the Snowtown line has, been bo frequently advocated,...

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COCOANUT. September 24. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 3 October 1888

COCOANUT. .September 24, The match Price v. Cocoanut on Sat urday last was won bj the former, with 5 wickets and IP runs to spare. The highest scorer for" the winners was W Cro«ell, who made 10 and 3jL, and for the visitors Wiltshire contributed 16 and 28. The fielding of the Cocoauufcs was miserable; tney could not have does worse had they ttyed, and surely this will convince them that practice tnp&es per fection. The Price team provided ® sub stantial laneh for the visitors which it hey scored heavily off: and return their Fiery best thanks for kindness shown to them. ' A cool change has Bet in, bat every one is' anxiously looking oat for rain after the scorching 4ajs last week. Fallowing fp at a standstill owinsj to the land getting {to dry 'and liivd.' Spnds.cabbages &c. ha?.e turned ap jthefr-&es consequence . '. .V/ -i;. . . . - . SHOW day, SHORT haj crops. A meeting of friends. A successful meeting. BlSMABOl'fi hairis riz. A variety 61 weather lately. ...

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REDUCTION OF THE FRENCH WAR BUDGET. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 3 October 1888

REDUCTION OF THE FRENCH WAB BUDGET. Notwithstanding the stroug protests of the War party M. de Freycinet has reduced the war budget by six millions.

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THE PRINCE OF WALES IN HUNGARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 3 October 1888

THE PRINCE OF WALES IN HUNGARY. The Prince of Wales has met with a moat enthusiastic reception in Hungary. Si a Royal Highness has proceeded to Bucharest, and intends paying s visit to Prince Ferdinand,of Bulgaria.

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TREMBERTH'S INSOLVENCY. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 3 October 1888

THE MBEHTH'S USSOLVE&CF TO THBEDITOB. Sia,--I certainly don't expect W. Tremberth,: and some of bis " Bash Lawyer'* advisers (not his legal advisers), to appreciate what I have donej anil after the quotations from a certain book, and their appreciation of this case, I am glad I am not responsible for the quantity or quality of brains manifested by them. I think I explained clearly enough in my last letter the payments of different kinds. As to seed wbeat, I don't remem i_ _n .ii :«.j _i v e butWhad cheques at different times to payifor it, bpt part of it came from Mr I-.iddicoat and I think part of it came from i Mr Gpok. : I am not gore nor do I intend | to explain farther. As to the double I commusibn Easiness, I- am prepared to tab^t thii to any commercial or biisiaess trym in £adma, or -to-aoy agent* say Mr ' A. France, to decide if I; hay* charged double commission, and if they will s-ay yes, then I will debit tho item to the Amount the estate owes me and reduce it by t...

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ADELAIDE AND LONDON TELEGRAPH. [BY SUBMARINE CABLE.] SPECIAL TELEGRAMS. CANADA AND THE STATES. London, October 2. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 3 October 1888

ADELAIDE AND liONDON TEl/EGilAPH. ("BY SOB MARINE CABLK.] SPECJ A J/ TELE GRAMS. {From our own correspondent.} CANADA AND THE STATES. London. October 2. It is believed that the American Senate will advise that the United States assume the' entire Canadian debt on condition that the Dominion consents to federation.

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REPORTED DEATH OF THE MAHDI. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 3 October 1888

REPORTED DEATH OF THE MAHDI. It is reported that the Mshdiis dead.

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SOUDAN TROUBLES. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 3 October 1888

SOUDAN TROUBLES. . Four thousand derrishers are assembled' near Dongola, and are marching on Sarrasj ? . j

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COMMERCIAL. Kadina, Oct. 2, 1888. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 3 October 1888

COMMERCIAL. 3EsaiimrOctr3,*W88. ~ The following are the retell prices current for produce at Kadina; Wheat. 3a lOd per bushel. Floor, atone, £9 per ton. Bran IB Sdpertmritel. Pollarji, ls.4d per bushel. Butterforims) lsper.lt>. Eggs, (SaperdbBen. moon, 8d per lb. - J ' Wallaroo, Oct. 2,1888 - WheSt.'Ss 9d to 3b lid J»r bushel. Plonr, roller. £10 per Aon; stone, £9 do. Bran 1B 44 tolsftd. , . - . ^piard, 1b 4d to le Sd. ' - , - ! .?>f" I ; ' Jtoontft, Oct. 2, 1888. The following are the prices current for produce at Moonta:--- , . Wheat.,?s 8A per jbo«hel. Flour, stone. £9 5s per ton; roller, £10 do retailSOsperbag. , .. Bran Is 4d per bniBlieil, retail 1B 6d do. Pollard Is 4d per bushel, relail 1b 5d do. Chaff,- {wheaten) £2 10s to£3. per ton. PotatoeB, £6 6s to £5 10a per ton, retail 6B 6d. cwt. Pairy produce Batter, fresh, present -price is lOd per lb., retail Is do. Bgga».feeah, 6d per dozen, retail 6d do. Bwonrfsiiy fed, 8W to 9d per lb., retail lid do. *. Banister" Office...

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CHINESE EXCLUSION BILL. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 3 October 1888

CHINESE EXCLUSION BILL. President Cleveland has approved of a bill .being introduced fcr the exclusion of Chinetre from the United States, bat suggests the admission, ander present conditions, of all Chinese who may be on passage to America at present, and who are in possession of-certificates.

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ADELAIDE TELEGRAMS. Adelaide, Tuesday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 3 October 1888

ADELAIDE UELEGBAMS. Adelaide, Tuesday Evening, j Amongst die passengers-by the Hoben etauffen to-day was Dr Biickner, who is commissioned to visit Australia with the object of purchasing specimens for the Ethnological Museum at Munich, jle intends to proceed after sometime to Broken Hill, and subsequently to Mel bourne, thence to Sydney and afterwards to China and Japan.1

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THE PARLIAMENT. (By Telegraph.) Tuesday evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 3 October 1888

THE PARLIAMENT. (By .Telegraph.) Tuesday evening. In the Legislative Council to-day, notice was .given for the legislation of the eight hoars system. The Chiaese; Immigration Restriction Bill was received , from the Assembly and jthe second reading wag fixed for next TufiBday. - The : House adjourned till Tirarrfay. : la the Assembly notice waft given of bills to consolidate the Land Laws and to amend the WaterConBervation Acts, sad leave wa» granted for the lDtrodaction of a measurei extending the' polrers of Corporations and the alteration of the system of assessment, so that for rating the computation ahqU be upon the unim proved value of land, instead of npon the annual rentaL - .The House allowed a short interval in the attting in respect to the meoory of the late Mr Livingstone, the late member for the South EBBterp iDisfcriot, and many complimenfcsiyallusions were made to the character of the deceased gentleman. Mr. Kingston (Attorney General) in an exhaustive speech; moved t...

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NINNES. September 24, 1888. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 3 October 1888

NTNNES. arenbt *ery<raMuraj$o^ to tlie greater .portion joftthe tropi in^loiB ; viBited-witb B thuDderBtorm, ana # few faTored placeB^jgot * -nice'fall OT-wn,< In «ome ca8M tarikB - W any ca«e the 'liay! ^cropinH *e;lignti short time ^ejn^cfixpeetc* frneatcrop » f ,|ie»Ij Mutf to larty«ar.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 3 October 1888

SPECIAL SALE. BOOTS! ° BOOTS! NOW ON AT CLARK'S BOOT PALACE. K AD I 1ST -A. CAPTAIN BARRY. THE OLD PIONEER, WALLABOO INSTITUTE, On Tuesday Evening, OCTOBER 9i TOWN OF KADINA. FOTICE IS HEREBY GIVifiN, that has been prepared, in accordance with the provisions of the Munioipal Corporations' Act No. 190 of 1880, and a oopy for each Ward has been deposited in the following places and may be inspected at all reasonable hours. Eideb WAKD Council Chamber XATXOB WABD ... Mr Geo. Langdon's STEEUaBTG Wabd Mr Jas. Lang's HUGHES WABD ... Mr E. 8. Haddy's Claims of Burgesses to be inserted in eueh lists will be received by the Town Clerk at any time up to the first day of November, 1888. and objections to any name included therein np to the third day of November of the same year. The Oonncii will sit as a Court of Revision on THURSDAY, the 15th day of November, at 4 p.m. the Citrons' Rol' for the said Town By order, R. MANCLARKE, Town Clerk. October 1,1888. TOWN OP WALLAROO. THE Citizens' Boll f...

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