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BOUNDARIES OF DISTRICTS. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 8 August 1888
BOUNDARIES OF DISTfilCTS. j I . TO THE EDITOB. SIB,-X notice in your lssoe of the 4th inst. a l«tter signed by John B.eid re Boundaries of Districts. I think Mr. lteid has taken a stop in the right direc-, tion, for an alteration is desirable as far as this part ia concerned,' because oiitsi^ti's ; who never pay a peony,to tkie district use ? our roads more than we do our«elsps. I tvould suggeci thai a meeting be tieiii~on an «ariy date at i?a?kevillc* m consider, the j proposed alteration. and. give eyery rate payer a ebanca who withes to have a say in the matter. ,.\t hile wiling, just a line or two re the rate. I was jnotatthe rate payers meetingfrii'Saturday last, therefore Jsdomoi know if the, rate tvaft ^djscasfte'd, 4ji& i iiavelieard ttiatournew Council are &otng to adopt a chitting rate. Notr, Mr Editor, sack » thiiig wduld be absurd, wb«t with email crops,,'low price of wheat, laid tax. water rates, which very soon we will by calisd upon to pfey, and Distri...
Kadina & Wallaran Times KADINA, WEDNESDAY. AUGUST 8. 1888. BEETALOO WATER ASSESSMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 8 August 1888
KADINA, WEDNESDAY. AUGUST 8. 4888. BEE^ALOO WATEE ASSESS^ MENTo. OJTCE more the residents of this dis trict ha vp been agitated bythe assess ment . notices " issued under tlie Waterworks Amendment Act, 406 of j 1887. And in addition to the'griev- 1 aneea which some: have on the 'score o f I excesaaye values, iHietso is. an evident want oi knowledge as to the powers of i under which the assessments | are being made. In order that oar I readers may foe fully informed' on the subject, we publish in another column a copy of the Act. One source of complaint arises out of the fact, that many ratepayers are laboring under the belief that the rate proposed to be charged is "a construction fate, and does not entitle them to any water. We may remark that this was the intention of the Bill when it was in troduced, but happily the representa-f tions of the members for this district: prevailed with the Commissioner, an&lt;^ he decided to allow ratepayers water up to the amount of all rat...
THE WATER WORKS ACT. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 8 August 1888
THE WATER WORKS ACT. The following is a copj of tbe Amended Water Works Act of last year, under which the assessments in these districts are being levied* Whereas it is expedient to amend " The Waterworks Act, 1882 ''-te it therefore en acted by the Governor o( the Province of South Australia, by and with the advice and consent; of the Legislative Council and House of Assembly of the- said -proyii.ee, in this present Parliament assembled, as follows. 1. This Act may be cited as " The Water works Act Amendment Act, 1887, and, except BO far as inconsistent therewith, shall be in corporated and read with " The Waterworks Act, 1882." 2. In the construction of this Act" country lands" shall tnean lands not situate within any of the water districts mentioned in the First Schedule hereto, nor within the boun daries of any citj or town. 3. Notwithstanding anything in " The Waterworks Act. 1882," contained, the Com missioner of Waterworks (nay, iu addition to the rates payable under such Act...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 8 August 1888
NOTICE. The Wallaroo Office of this paper will be open daily us heretofore. Any ordersjor priniing, advertising, &c., left there will receive immediate attention, as will any items of news which may he left by correspondents and others.' Oar Moonta Agency is under the man agement of Mr J). Archibald, Myan 8t ., opposite Post Office. D. $> A. F TAYLOR. Eadina, August 3,1888.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 8 August 1888
ARTIFICIAL TEETH. - SO Tears Experience -* Mr N BLACKMORE, LATE OF LONDON, THE WELT, KNOWN PRACTICAL DENTIST OF 22 NOBTH TEBBACE, ADELAIDE. will again VISIT KADINA. And may be Consulted at the EXCHANGE HOTEL from THURSDAY, AUGUST 23, TTNTIX SATURDAY, AUGUST 25. AND MOONTA At the ROYAL HOTEL until the 10th of SEPTEMBER. ARTIFICIAL TEETH constructed on the Latest Improved Principle. Ms BLACRMORE's method of adopting the same has obtained recognised success in Adelaide and Districts. Patients requiring ARTIFICIAL TEETH should call early as Mr BLACKHOBjG fias alt the necessary appliances with him for con structing the same during his Visit, N.B.-If preferred Patients may be seen at their Residence. DISTRICT OF KULPARA. - NOTICE OF ASSESSMENT - MADE July 24.1888. THE DISTRICT COUNCIL of Kulpara have adopted the previous assessment, with euoh alterations as are found necessary of all ratable property within the district wjth the names of the owners, and ocoupiers so far as known of such p...
A TRIP TO THE FOUNTAIN SILVER MINE, WIRRIALPA, VIA BLINMAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 8 August 1888
A TRIP TO THE FOUNTAIN SILVER MINE, WIEEIALPA, VIA BLIN MAN. (By a Special Correspondent.) Starting from Barunga on July 9, I drove to Port Pine. The crops efi route to the port look : healthy and strong, and with favourable weather should give fair returns. THE BARBIES TBADB. On arrival at Port Pirie I found the citizens at fever beat, because of the attempt of their Adelaide cousins to take their trade. But judging by those I saw Adelaide will have to fight a foe worthy of her steel, with right on their aide. .There is not ® doubt but Port Pirie is the natural outlet for tbe Barrier trade, and any Government that would seek to dirfert the trade from its natural coarse especially when that place has. the facili ties for carrying out that trade would be unworthy to hold their seats. GLOOMY PEOSPECTS IN THE NORTH. Tbe crops between Crystal Brook and Petersburg are very backward, and have the appearanee of suffering from drought. From Petersburg to Quorn the outlook is anything but en...
AUSTRALIAN ELEVEN IN ENGLAND. AUSTRALIANS V. GLOUCESTER. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 11 August 1888
AUSTRALIAN ELEVEN IN ENGLAND. AUSTRALIANS V. GLOUCESTER. A match was began to-day at Clifton between the Australians and an eleven of Gloucester County. , Turner was given a rest prior to the contest which takes place against "Eleven of England on Monday, . Grace won the toss from -McDonnell, and sent the Australians into field. The first five Countyfwickets produced only £4 rans, and Townsend, -who made. 66. was principally tbe means of raising the total for the innings to 214. Five bowlers were tried, Lyons taking 2 wickets for 72 xans, Ferris 2 for 56, Trott 2 for 58, Worrall 2 for 32 and Boyle 1 for 0. Tbe ".Colonials then went in and when stumps were drawn had loBt 6 wickets for 83 rans. . Trdtt scored 48 (not out) while McDonnell, who put himself in late was also not out with 6«
SIR HENRY PARKES AND THE CHINESE. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 11 August 1888
SIS HENRY PAfiKES AND THE CHINESE. In the House of Commons to-day, Sir George Campbell, Union-Liberal member for Kircaldy asked a series of questions concerning the action of Sir Henry Parkes, the Priemer .of New Sooth Wales, in prohibiting the immigration of ' Chinese. Sir George asked whether Sir Henry Parkes admitted that he was act* ing illegally in excluding the Chinese, whether he had stated that he was deter* mined to exclude them despite the Imperial Government, whether Lord Carrington, the Governnr of New Sooth Wales, had assented to indemnifying the Premier's action, and whether the Bill introduced by Sir Henry Parkes was in accordance with existing Anglo-Chinese Treaties ? Sir John Gorst the Parliamentary Under-Secretary's replies in effect pro* rides that there will be legal redress for any real grievance which the Chinese XQ8y be able to prove that ministers will not be indemnified against the conse quences of any illegal act; that the bill Is still subject to Her Majes...
COMMERCIAL. Kadina, Aug. 10, 1888. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 11 August 1888
COMMERCIAL. Kadina, Aug. 10, 1888. The following are the reiail prices curreiit for produce at K&dina: Wheat. 3s to 3s Id per bushel. Floor, 18a per bag. Pollard, Is 2d per bushel. Bran la per bushel. Batter Is per lb. EggB, Is per dozen. Bacon, lOd per lb. Wallaroo, Aug. 10,1888 Wheat. 3s Id to 3s 2d per bushel. Flour, roller, £8 5s per ton ; stone, £7 16s do. Bran lid. Pollard, le. The following are the retail prices current for produce at Wallaroo: Dairy Prodnce Butter, fresh, Is to Is Id per lb.. Cheese, Is to Is 2d per lb. Eggs, Is 3d per dozen. Lard 9d per lb.. Bacon lid to Is per lb. - Hams, Is to Is 2d per lb. Potatoes, 4s fid per cwt. Moonta, Aug, 10, 1888. The following are the prices current for produce at Moonta: Wheat 3s per bushel. Dairy produce Potatoes, £5 5b to £5 |l0a per ton, retail 6s 6d cwt. Chaff, £2 10s per ton, retail, £3, do. Butter, fresh, is very plentiful, present price is 9id to lOd per lb., retail Is do. Eggs, are in little demand, from 9d to lO...
THE NAVAL MANOEUVRES. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 11 August 1888
THE NAVAL MANOEUVRES. In connection with the naval manoen yreB that are being performed off the1 principal ports on the English coagfrjnst now, the turret ship Devastation, 9338 tons, carrying 4-35 ton guns, and broad side armour-plated; the Invincible, 6010 tons, 10.12 ton gnus and 4-64 pounders, besides two gun boats, attacked : Liverpool. But according to the decision of the Umpires the ships were repulsed and captured by the defenders. Admiral Tryon does not think that the attack on Liverpool was repulsed by the shore batteries, but claims to have cap tured that port and the shipping.
MAIL, NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 11 August 1888
MAIL, NOTICES. Africa.-Aug 13-Via Snee, B.M.S. Arcadia. 1.15 p.in.; newspapers, 12.16 p.m.; LargB 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., Fort Adelade B&ilway Station 2.45 p.m., British and foreign parcel post per Arcadia, closes at General Post Office August, 11 p.m. Aug. 20-N.G.L.S. Salier. Angnst 31-Via Torres Straits, express, 2.30 p.m. Septemper 3-Via San Francisco, express, 2 pan. late letters 2.30 p.m. Hew Zealand-Aug. 13-Overland,' 2.30 |p.m. via Melbourne. Western Australia.-Ang. 13-B.M.S. Arcadia, 1.15 p.m. Kangaroo Island-Angnst 11-James Comrie, 7 a.m. Mails for New South Wales, Victoria, Queens, land, and Tasmania close daily (except Satur days) at 2.30 p.m. by the overland railway via Melbourne. Late letters, -with fee, of 2d, up to 3 p.m. MOODY, Fbascb Aim Sxmohs will hold sales as under Kulpara Monthly Sale, Spry's Yards, Angnst 1, At 1 o'clock. Moonta M...
BUTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 11 August 1888
BUTES. First Innings Second Innings. E. Cousin b W. Oehm 0 run out 0 F. TrengroTO o and b W. Oehm ... ... 3bW. Oehm. ... T Trengroveb W.Ohem 6" ' " ... ... ft E, Axford b Wi Oehm 0" " .. ft A. Cousin c O'Corinell 0" " .. ... O J. Trengrove ... 2 c & b " ... - * Dabinettronont ... 0" O S. Trengrove b W, Oehm ^.. 0 .* .. ~ ... 16 B. Smith b 3. Oehm 3 c W, Angel ... 0 O.Schroeterrunout Ob W. Oehm 3 A. Farqaharacm b Oehm O b H. Oehm ... ... 1 ; Byes ." 2 Byes ... ... ... I Totals... ... 16 ... ... ., 32. The Coooannt cricketers ' journeyed fo ! Ninnes last Saturday and played their open ing match with Kinnes. The day wasfina but the ground vu m a dreadfal state, ono bail mating a Btraightoat effort to sboot, tba next going straight for the batsman's head. JL new captain has been choMatfusyear j but the Committee atill aUow persons to talis park in^t match without paying their subscription, and the fawaw this is oomj»letely stopped th» will be for all oonoeniod. The scores a*a as...