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COMMERCIAL. Kadina, Oct. 12, 1888. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 13 October 1888
COMMEBCiAl. Kadina. Oct. 12. 1888. I Wheat, 3s lid per bushel. Flour, Btone, £9 per ton. Bran Is 3d per bushel. Pollard, 1B 3d per bushel. The following are tin' retail prices current for produce at Kadina' Batter (prime) 1B per lb. Eggs, 6d per dozen. Baoon, 9d per lb. Wallaroo* Oct. 12,1888 Wheat, 3s lOd to 3s lid per bushel. Flour, roller, £10 per ton; 4tone, £9 do. Bran Is 4d to is fid. Pollard, 1B 4d to Is 5a. Moonta, Oct. 12, 1888. The following are the prices cnrrent for produce at Moonta: Wheat 3a 9d per bushel. Flour, stone. £9 5s per ton; roller, £10 do retail20s per bag. Bran Is 4d par bushel, retail Is 6d do. Pollard Is 4d per bushel, ieiail 1b fid do. Chaff, (wheaten) £S ,10B to £S. per ton. Potatoes, £6 6a to £510s -per ton, retail 6s ?d cwfc. Dairy produce Butter, fresh, present prise is 101 per lb., retail Is do. Eggs, fresh, fid per dooen, retail 6d do. Bvson, dairy fed, 8}d to 9d per lb.. retail lid do. " Beslster" Office, Oct. 11,1888. There is very little busines...
A FERMENT IN OTAGO PRESBYTERIANISM. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 13 October 1888
A FERMENT IN OTAGO PRESBF ~ "tebxsnis m." [Br PBOTEUS, in the Age.'] Bishop Moorhouse lias tieen lecturing in .England oo the expansion of the Church in the colonies, meaning thereby ita outward and yisible extension. The popular prelate mtfkes no! allusion to the . expansion of ideas going J on within the church-not only his particular church, church, but every church. Yet this is a pfcenomeon of ;more remarkable character. ^ in ill theJreligloas organisa tions burthened by stringent creeds and confessions._ a^ tnoyement-ia constantly manifesting itself directed to secure a larger measure of freedom for enlightened souls, who,- whileireverently regardful of1 what they conceive to be the essentials of Christianity, are imbued with the modern: spirit of analysis and criticism, A notable illustration pf this facthas jiist occurred in Otago, IS^w-ZeaUjM,which was Origin ally constituteS tip be the southern home of Scotch Calvahi?m.,and wberey hitherto, Galvanism has tfe'eh the predomin...
DISTRICT COUNCIL MEETINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 13 October 1888
DISTRICT COUNCIL MEETINGS. NUTTTES, Monday, Oct. IS, at the District Office, fiinnei, at X o'clock. KOTPABA, Tuesday, Oct.16, at 2 o'clock. XADISA, Monday, Oct. 29, at 2,30 p.m.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 13 October 1888
NINNES DISTEICT COUNCIL. TENDERS. TENDERS are invited by the above .Council up till 12 o'clock on MONDAY, OCTOBEB 15, for the following works : NINISES WABD CONTRACT NO. 27-Forming and rubbling about 9 chains of Band hill between Section 42, Hundred Ninnes, and Sec tion 114, Hundred Kulpara. CONTBACT JSTo, 28-Grubbing about 60 chains of road 10 feet wide, from East corner of Section|34 to West corner of same eection. CONTBACT No. 29-Grubbing and clearing about 70 chains of road 22 feet wide, from North-West corner of Section 133 to West corner of Section 136. WILTUNG-A WARD CONTRACT NO. 8- Grabbing and clearing road 22 feet wide, from North-East corner of Section 65 to South-East corner of Section 6. CONTBACT NO. 9 - Catting, forming, and rubbling 4 sand hills between Sections 155, 156.168, and 169, length about 18 chains. Large sand hill must be cat down 4 feet from crown, excavated earth to be placed at the western slope and rubbled, the others to be cut 1 to 2 feet where required...
ADELAIDE SHARE MARKET. From Mr H. D. O'Halloran, S. A. Stock Exchange, (By Telegraph,) Adelaide, Friday, 6.45 p.m. COPPER. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 13 October 1888
ADELAIDE SHAKE MARKET. From Mr H. D. O'Halloran, 8. A. Stock Exchange, (By Telegraph,) Adelaide, Friday, 6.45 p.m. Corata. Mntooroo (con) Mt. Carrington Alma Extd, (con) Birds... Baker's Creek Alma (b) Ridge CkitD. SILVXB. Pioneer ... ... Sonth Melbourne Bookwell Wheal Watkins (pro) ... - Do (con) - War Dance Ext. ... British Blocks - ... Broken Hills - Block 14 Block 10 ... Junctions Sonth (pro) Contra] (pro) Do (con) Globe (con) Iiacly Brassey Stew Norths Hieing Sun Sampson ... Silver Kings ... Western River Sonth Extd, Mo» 3 >.. Bonanza Vanderbilt ... New Eorowie flonth McDonald(pro) ... Maude Biver (pro) ? Great Matrix (pro) Florence Biver farnell sad Florence Ti*. Bub t88. 0 0 0 0 © 2 261 3 1 1 0 2 5 6 2 11 0 14 0 8 0 i: 0 1 1 i 0 3 2 15 0 2 1 0 0 1 0 1 4J 0 8 0
SAILED. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 13 October 1888
SA.iiji£0« Friday, Oct. jll-Jee*ie Darling, sa., 150 tons, Wendland, master, for Franklin Harbor. Friday, Oct. 12-JeBaje, Darling, 160 tons, Wendlaod, master, for PbrtXiacoln. ' ' Same day-Oadell, als.,. 98 tons, Beid, master, for Port Bronghton.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 13 October 1888
Shipping. FEOM WALLAROO. THE ADELAIDE STEAMSHIP COY., LIMITED, Diapatch their Steamera aa under, when practicabler from PJL ADELAIDE the s.s. "In*e»tiga tor" on S ATT7BDAY, at noon, carrying Cargo for' Port Wallaroo, landing same on MON DAY MORNING. ' FOE POETS PIRIE andJJE&MEIN, 8.8. " Investigator,*' Monday. FOR PORT ADELAIDE, b.B. " Investigator" Wednesday. . . E, CLAMS, Agent, Wallaroo. Business Notices. PROFESSIONAL. WADEY .& E. J. COX, , SOLICITORS AND ~NOTABIE8£UBLIC, 62 KING WILLIAM STREET, .(Nest RIGBY'S) ADELAIDE. ME EQBEET J.NOBES, 454-c AGENT AT EADINA. H. W. Uffindell, SOLICITOR; NOTARY, *c., & MOONTA AND EADINA, BOTH OFFICES OPEN DAILY. MB UFFENDELL attends allPenin sola Courts, and may be conaalted 1 At Kadina on Monday, Wednesday and i Saturday in each week, and at Moontaon 1 alternate days. 1 S. R. PAGE, - SOLICITOR. Sc.. - 1 Geattbs STREET, EADINA,' and Eixbh : SXBBSI, MOONTA; Mr PAGE attonde all neighboring Court*, j end may be consulted at...
SHIPPING NEWS. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 13 October 1888
SHIPPING NEWS. ARRIVED. Thursday, Oct. 11-Jessie Darling, 8.B., ISO tonB, Wendland, master, from Port Lincoln. Friday, Oot. 12-Jessie Darling, s.s., 160, tons, Wendland, master, from Frankfin Harbor. Same day-Cadell, s.s., 98 tone, Sod, master, from Fort Bronghton.
LANG AND ANOTHER v. HALL. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 13 October 1888
LANG AND ANOTHER r. HAT.T. TO THE EDITOB. SIB,-In your issue of Wednesday last, I, perceive in your sub-leader yon justly criticise the decision in. the case of Lang and Clucas r.- Hall. I imagine that never sinfie the proclamation of the colony Jug % more-lndiorous faree been enacted in any. Court. The idea of the country paying such a salary, for such a dispensation of justice.-Finis corgnet topus. As to the J^P.e, who assisted-well, the enKklor should stick to his last. "vviwni -I am, &c.» A LOOKER ON.
GREEN'S PLAINS. October 3, 1888. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 13 October 1888
GBEEN'S PLAINS. October 3,1888. . The Primitive Methodists of Copper Hill got off their anniversary oa Sunday iasi. Abie and impressive sermons wero preached in the afternoon and eveniag to large congregations by the Iter F. Bullock, of j£adina, who fay the way, appears to be a favorite preacher out her^ dOn Monday evening the Rev. W. Jarrett. CircuU -Minister, delivered -a very interesting lecture " Man and bis Conqnerors.'' The attendance was not very encouraging to the lecturer, who; howeverv did.not make, the few suffer for the&bsence of the 'many. Man is prone to do evil from his youth upwards, and displays a decided" aversion to being lectured; S^mjgiet iB in full swing new. Tha hay getisbn is coining on fast, a great deal faster than the hay is. The oats, where they have been able to get far enough above'the*ground, are out in ear, and looking quite eheerful, The wheat is alsocpmiag out, bat apparently against' its wilL Water is becoming scarce, and in many eases cart...
PORT WAKEFIELD SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 13 October 1888
PORT WAKEFFELD SHOW. The residents of Port Wakefield have no reason to regret having again moved in show matters. Last year the show for some reason was allowed to lapse, bat judging by the interest manifested both by those entrusted with the management and the public, the desire for the e*ent has not abated. The thow, as in former years, was held in the railway reserve, the exhibits with the exception of stock and implements being in the goods shed. The exhibits were in Home classes not so numeroue, while in many they ex celled past years. Financially it was a great success, which will enable the com mittee to enter upon their next year's labor with a better heart. One of two elements in ail the shows this season and not wanting at this one, is the evident fact that some thing is being done in the direction of establishing industries in our midst, which possibly may become of vital importance to the district and colony. At all the shows there has been a great advance in bacon curin...
CORPORATION. WALLAROO, Wednesday, October 10. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 13 October 1888
CORPORATION. WakiABoo, WedBesday, October 10. Present-The Mayor (Mr Jas. Mal colm, J.P.,) Crs. Stimson, Clare, Harman, Hamence.. Hearse, Gepp, and the Town Clerk ("Mr Ales- Young.) MAYOB'S BEPOET The MAYOR in his report referred to the business of special meeting re fencing in park lands; He had received a letter, the outcome of a letter snnt tn the Government re reticulating the Beetaloo water along the coast via Tickera. He also asked what rates were likely to be charged residents of corporate towns. That letter would be laid before tbe Coaacillors. While they were a corporate town, yet they could not refuse to assist their neighbors outside, and as a great number of farmers and others were cart ing water he thought it was only right that they should assist their members. He nest referred to the late meeting at Kadina, and was pleased to note that Moonta was tbe first town on the Penin sula to hold s public meeting to requeBt the Government to bring the Beetaloo water to their doo...
SOUTH AUSTRALIAN FARMERS IN WESTERN AUSTRALIA. (By Telegraph.) Perth, Oct. 12. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 13 October 1888
SOUTH AUSTRALIAN FARMERS IN WESTERN AUSTRALIA. (By Telegraph.) Perth, Oet. 12. Mr Hamdorf, of South Australia, arriv ed some days ago in thla colony, with the ?iew of reporting npon the adaptability of the soil for agriculture, and he hai already travelled over a large extent of country, aod tbrooghoot his journey he has met with a cordial reception, Mr Hamdorf is now in Perth, and h«B had two audiences each with the Governor ( Sir F. Napier Broome) and the Oommi. sioner of Crown Lands (Mr Forrest) both of whom have expressed their willingness to assist Mr Hamdorf in every possible way. Mr Hamdorf is most favourably impres sed with the colony, and those of the colonists with whom be hat come in con tact.
CRICKET. WALLAROO V. ALFORD. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 17 October 1888
CRICKET. WALLAROO V- ALFO&D. The Wallaroo and Alford teams met on the Wallaroo Oval on Saturday, Oct. 13, and the local scored an easy win. The Alfords were tbe first at the wickets, and the first six of them made a good stand. D. Olds, who played in a most uncouth manner, scored 14, whilst Jno. Olds, who was in a comparatively short time, knock up 28. Butler played well for his 14, as did Jas. Olds for his 12. On going to the wickets, Farmer was bowled with a yorker when the score was 11, but after bis departure Donoell and Hiscock by good sound cricket scored tbe required number of runs without another wicket falling. Each batsman remained not out with 45 runs to his credit, rhe Wallaroo team thus won with 9 wickets to spare, the 93J runs having been made in 65 minutes. It is doubtful if a return match can be got up, as the Wallaroos consider tbat the manner in which they were treated by some of the Alfords was any thing but what it should be. , Some who are old enough to ...