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TECHNICAL EDUCATION. A SCHOOL OF MINES. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 17 October 1888
TECHNICAL EDUCATION. A SCHOOL OF MINES. TO THE EDITOB. SIB,--I am very glad to see the interest no* shown on the above im portant subject. More than two months since I published a letter on the above subject in your local contemporary. More than a month after the publication of that letter I received a letter from a practical miner, who informed me that he had read my letter, and that he had also read a letter of another date on " A School of Mines for the Peninsula," written Mr Holloway. Circumstances prevented me writing on the subject at the time. The writer, who is a practical miner suggested the same procedure as that suggested in your leader of the 10th inst. He stated that he would be only too glad to lend any drawings which he had, and he stated that he had upwards of two hundred drawings of the under ground workings of mines. And also that he would be most happy to give such an institution all the assistance that he could. All the arguments which have been used on the subje...
COMMERCIAL. Kadina, Oct. 16, 1888. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 17 October 1888
COMMERCIAL. Kadina, Oct. 16, 1888. j Wheat. 3s4ac^ per bushel. Floor, stonej £9 per toz£19s per bag:. Bran 1b 3d "per bnshel. Pollard, la 3d per bushel. The following are the retail prices cnrrent for 1 nroduco at Kddina: Butter (prune) lid per lb. Eggs, fid perdoaen. Baoon, 9d per lb. Wallaroo, Oot. 1#, 1888 Wheat, 3B lOd to 3a lid per bnahel. Clour, roller, £10 per ton; atone, £9 do. Bran 1b 4d to 1b fid. Pollard, la 4d to Is 5d. Jttoonta, Oct. 1C, 1883. The following are the prices cnrrent for produce at Moonta: Wheat 4b per btxshel. Flonr, Btone, £9 Ss per ton; roller, £10 do tetai >20b per bag. Bran Is 3d per bushel, retail Is 4d do. Pollard l8 3d per bnshel, retail 1B 4d do. ChafF, (wheaten) £2 10s to £3. per ton. Potatoes, £s Ss to £5 10s per ton, retail 6s 6d cwfc. . Dairy prodnee Batter, fresh, present price is lOd per lb., retail 1B do.-*? fresh, 6d to 7d per dozen, retail Sd do. B%W$k, dairy fed, 81d to 9d per lb,, retail lid do. :VBegister" Office, Oct. 16, 1888. "Lon...
SETTLEMENT OF STRIKE AT FULTON & CO'S. (By Telegraph,) Adelaide, October 16, [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 17 October 1888
SETTLEMENT OF STEIEE AT FDLTON & CO'S. (By Telegraph,) Adelaide, October 16, Messrs Fultou & Co. brought the men who refused to work to the Police Coart, this morning, bnt the esse was not heard as an agreement was arranged between the* parties. The looked oat, with the exception of Mizon, are to be re-employed on the understanding that Messrs Falton and Co. undertake to work the 8 hours system entirely. No arrangements for overtime to be made unless the Trades and Labor Council proves within 3 months that the principal employers in the same trade pay time and a quarter of overtime, when the firm'undertakes to do the same. The Trades and Labor Council to pay the expenses back to Melbourne, of the men brought oyer whom the firm may not require, and thus relieving the form of any obligation to employ them.
THE PARLIAMENT. HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY. The House met to-day (Tuesday). [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 17 October 1888
THE PARLIAMENT. HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY. The House met to-day (Tuesday). The Commissioner of Crown Lands (Hon. JenkiQ Coles) introduced the Amended Land Bill in a short speech, after whioh Mr Howe spoke, condemning many of the proposals, and twitting the Government with adopting the lines which they formerly opposed when Sir John Downer's Government was in dower A. large number of members spoke. Messrs Sews and Earner presented the resolutions, passed, at the Kadina and Mooata meetings relative to the extension Beetaloo mains to the Peninsnla town,
MINING. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 17 October 1888
MINING. Mount SHAMROCK GOLD MINING COM PACT LB., QtteebXi&nb.-The Manager o£ this mine reports under date, Sept. 24J We had oar usual cleaning np on Satur day, tfael5thinat., and from 39£ tons of ore reduced, the mill gave a return of 208 ozs., and the pulveriser gave 72 ozs=280 ozs., retorted gold. We only had 17 d»~" crashing this past month. W® days stopped in alteri^ flue8j and JQ, necting witU.n*rf stack, and two days, througn Valve spindle iu blow off cock giving way. The boiler had to be blown off and a new spindle made. The supply of Wfttep from the. fiat is keeping the ttme in quantity, bat the hot dry weather in causing such evaporation we could not keep the mill going with ten stampers. Stopped the mill on Thursday, and had a cleaning up from about 65 tons reduced from the mill, and pulveriser gave 109 ozs retorted. Had new set of shoes pat on battery, and *re now in good working ord^r fojp $ start as soon as we can get sufljicient water supply. At the mine hare d...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 17 October 1888
WESLEYAN SUNDAY SCHOOL, YVALLAROO. THE ANNIVERSARY SERVICES iu connection witb the above Snnday School will be held in the WESLEYAN CHURCH, on SUNDAY, October 21. Servioes will be conducted as follows MoBNnra and EVENING - Ssr. D. O'DONNELL. ASTEBNOON-REV. JOHN LLOYD. The children's treat will take place on WEDNESDAY, October 31. BLOCK 14. A MEETING of SHAREHOLDERS of SLOCK 14 Co. will be held on THURSDAY EVENING at the Exchange Hotel, KAD IN A, at 130 p.m, BUSINESS-Me increasing Capital of Com pany. WANTED a good GENERAL SER VANT, one able to cook. Apply WOMBAT HOTEL, Xadina. NOTICE. A LL CATTLE TRESPASSING on Seo tion 88, Hundred of Ninnes, Will be IMPOUNDED. R. HASELGROVE. WALLAROO INSTITUTE. TTTT! adjourned SPECIAL MEETING of SubBoribers will be held at th INSTITUTE, on SATURDAY,^October 27' at 7.30 p.m. BUSINESS-To receive report of the Re vision Committee, and consider amended rules and by-laws. ALEX. YOUNG. Hon. See. TO PAINTERS. TENDERS will be received by the under signed u...
SMALL FUNDHOLDERS AND ANNUITANTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 17 October 1888
SMALL FUND HOLDERS AND ANNUITANTS. The following article from the Times may be read with advantage in these days when so much is being said upon the necessity of "establishingsa State Bank, or of adopting ameaTis whereby the general public may benefit to a greater extent in the financial|co&cerp8^ of tbeState:-By the new code of ^egalfitwnl -which recent ly appeared in the Gazette, and which took effect on S&turday,-further facilities are afibr&d for the investment of small sums in $rovernment stock through the medium ofj savings-batiks. The most im portant change is the reduction of the minimum ftmount of stock which can be purchased; or sold at one time from £10, the sum fixed in 1880, to the nominal sum of one shilling. Henceforth the smallest sum wjiicb ean be -deposifced in a savings-bank can also^ be invested in ConsolB through the agency of the bank. When the Savings Banks Act of last Session Was before the House of Com mons th%; strongest opponents of...
KADINA [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 17 October 1888
KADINA Or. Sands b Tonkin... .. ... 20 W. Humphries c and b onkin ... 2 Jones b Trembath 8 J, Humphries b Hayes 18 Page b Hayes ... ... ... 1. Austin c Trembath b Hayes ... 24 B-enfrey o and b HayeB ... ... 0 W, Hand b Hayes ... 4 M. Beed b Lake 1 fi>. Hand l.b.w. Hayes 1 King not out ... 0 Sundries ... 1 Total 80 Bowling Analysis. Overs Suns Mdns. Wits. Tonkin ... 15 27 I 2 Trembath 10 26 0 ? Hayes ... 12 25 1 6 Lake 2 2 0 1
BANK EXCHANGE. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 17 October 1888
BANK EXCHANGE. (TO THE EDITOB. SIB,-From what I can see of the As sociated Banks' arrangement they intend to make the business people in thecoantry pay pretty smartly for exchange on cheques, and the only thinq I can see to be even with them is to refuse to take their notes, or to charge three pence for every note tip to fire pounds, and six pence for every additional five pounds, or let every one who has any notes go to the banks and get gold for them. I cannot see why the public should take their notes any more than the banks should take cheques from the public with out getting the exchange. X should imagine that the exchange on the Penin sula would amount to something like five or six hundred pounds a year-rather a large item to come out of the pockets of the people. Would it not be advisable for the tradespeople to have a meet ing to consider this question, or are they so antagonistic to each other that they cannot associate together on any ques tion ? if so it is a great pity P...
KADINA V. EAST MOONTA. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 17 October 1888
KADINA V. EAST MOONTA. The above clubs met for the first time this season on Saturday, October & St JSast Moonta. The East Moontas winning the toss decided to bat and Ijadeeored 138 runs before they *ere all disposed of. The Kadinas on going in lost 7 wickets for 78 rang, when timew&s called. The renaming bfttemen journeyed to Hart Moonta last Saturday, bat only added 2 to the score, leaving the East Moontas Tictors by 58 runs. Appended are the scores: EAST MOONTA. C. Tonkin ran ont 10 J. Trembath a Hand b J, Humphries 4 J. Burtles stumped 20 Ooldsworthy c Austin b Jones ... 9 Luke b J. Humphries 30 Hay OB b Renfrey ... ... ... 10 A, Trembath b Renfrey ... ... 0 T, Tonkin c Sands b Renfrey ... 6 J. Roberts not out 26 Wearne b Renfrey 20 Harrey b Jones 0 Sundries ... ... ... 3 Total 138 Bowling Analysis. Overs RunB Mdns. Wkts. Jones ... 13 SI 5 3 J. Humphries 11 44 0 2 Hand ... 5 25 0 0 Renfrey ... 8 40 O 4
POLICE COURTS, MONDAY. Oct. 15, 1888. (Before Messrs Marshall and Hilton, J.J.P.s'.) [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 17 October 1888
POLICE COURTS, MONDAY. Oct. 15S 1888. (Before Messrs Marshall and Hilton, *'. J.J.P.s'.) . Sarah ^Tfri Hart, single woman, on the information 4-apa ^isejier, was charged with stealing two piece? of ribbon on the 12th inst., valued 2a. Mr Page appeared for the informant, &lt;u?d Mr Pgrfc for the accused. ^nna Fischer, syprn, sgid-Carry on biasineea ia Mopnta, as a draper. Thp accused was in my employ as a general seryant. She was to ieaye on Saturday last. Asjked her before she left to be allowed jx> look tfiroiggli her box. She tbe» oppped hpr b.o? in my ppesepcp. Found the parcel prgjfccpf} yiffy the pieces of ribbon enclosed in a sealed envelope, addressed to Mrs Hart. The ribbons produced X recognise as mine. Tbey were kept in a drawer in the front bedroom. They correspond with the ribbons on the rolls produced. Told ber she had cat them from the rolls. She admitted having done so the day previous. Afterwards gave ber in charge of: the I Police. Value the ribbons at 2b...
THE VAST VOICE OF LONDON. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 20 October 1888
- -" THE visT VOICE OF LONDON. The other night, .s&ys the Mall Gazette&i- August3, 3tf Lowell made one of those remarks which are apt to hnger for years in the memory oftoan. After referring to the growth of 8 feeling m America that London wbs the oentre of the races that apeak English be said: "And I confess* that I never th»nk of London, which I love, without thinking of that palace which David built for Bathehebe,; sitting iu beanog of lOQ streams-streams of , thought, of intelli gence, of activity. One other thing about London impresses me beyond any other sound I have ever heard, and that is the lowi unceasing roar one hears always in the iirj jt is not a mere acci dent, like atempeat or cataract, bat it is impressive,!because it always indicates human will,i and impulse, and conscious movement;-and I confess that when I hear it I almost feel as it I were listening to the roaring loom of time.' That com parison of -the hnm of the streets of London to the Toaring...
DISTRICT COUNCIL MEETINGS. KADINA, Monday, Oct. 29, at 2.30 p.m. KADINA, & Wallaraa Times KADINA, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1888. THE PUBLIC SERVICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 20 October 1888
DISTRICT COUNCIL MEETINGS, j KAJOTSA, Mbndaj, Qot. 29, at 2.30 p.m. KADINA, SAXUEDAr, OCTOBSK 20. 1888. IHB yilBLIC SERVICE. THE discussion "which-. took place in the £touse" of Assembly, on Tuesday evening, on the items of - £he estimates which w^re "postponed owing to the recommendations of the Civil Service CommissionvsW*ed to show how diffi cult it is toVlidbure anything 'like honest. retrenchments ; Xa the v first instance Sit John 'Downer raised strong objections tp r the proposal: of the Treasurer to .proceed without stating the nattore of the redactions which the Goyernment intended - to adopt. He-held tliattbis should be clearly set qnt, while Mr.r.Playford firmly refused to state the views of the 6hovernme2i^^B^l ^e^eached thV items 'effected. When. .the depart ment of . t^f. Begi8t©r-0enejral..; of C* Births, Mam«ges j and Deaths was s? called onf~*he Mnouneement that .#» Oovernmeat inteided Coadopt Me; recommendation for abolishing the present Registrar, and amalgamating...
CORPORATION. MOONTA, Thursday, Oct. 18, 1888. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 20 October 1888
CORPORATION. ! MOONTA, Thursday, Oct. 18,1888. | I Present-The Mayor (Dr James), Crs. | Wilkinson, Sytnons, and Grutchett were present when the minutes were read and confirmed. Cr Wilkinson apologised for the ab sence of Cr Grummet. Excused. The MAYOR reported the holding and resnlt of ratepayers meeting re Beetaloo water question. , QUESTIONS. Councillor Wilkinson-Why was not the ratepayers meeting, re the Beetaloo water being brought to Moonta, held on the 9th inst, in the Council Chamber, not i held in the Institute Hall as arranged at the first meeting, and as announced by | the crier ? and how often has the Insti | tute Hall been used by the Council for ratepayers meetings since the beginning of the present municipal year-viz., December 1,1887 ? His Worship replied that the Town Clerk informed the Secretary of the Institute that the hail would be required on the evening of the 9th inst. for a meeting af ratepayers on the Beetaloo water question, but at the time when the meeting...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 20 October 1888
J-GLASSOfi, I/ATE QF KADINA COMMISSION AGENT, &c., EXCHANGE, PIEDB STREET, ADELAIDE. Orders by post or telegram. prompty attended to. NOTICE; ' TACCINATION at Wallaroo Hospital every TUESDAY AFTERNOON at 3 o'clock. For 4^u«ie of ^IcoIkqI Use Hertford's Aeid nto^ate; Dr. E»w. YOXJSO, L.K.Q.C.P., and F.B.C.S., Honn slow, England, %ayB : " Iused it with marked success in nervous prostration and insomnia, and found it especially useful in «ucsh cases which have resulted from the tw toe use stantaUntB.'1