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MR E. WARD, M.P. AND THE FARMERS. (By Telegraph.) Adelaide, Friday evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 27 October 1888
MR E. WARD, M.P. AND THE - FARMERS. (By Telegraph.) Adelaide, Friday erenlne. -Mr E. Ward, M.P., sent the following telegram to the Chairman of the public meeting that is being held at Carrieton. this afternoon " to consider the position of thefarming end other interests, and to vtake such action as may be deemed necessary for amelioration." - " Late sitting Assembly last night and hour of -yoar meeting make my attendance im possible. I deeply sympathise with north ern settlers. Yoar present climatic calam ity is aggravated by political calamities of present tariff, and virtual stoppage publio works of development. Present tendency here is to ignore our geograph ical position and wealth of sub-tropical interior and sacrifice interests of producers to. Adelaide merohants and factory i mongers. . We want wisely liberal policy, importing British capital to extend rail way access $o interior, conserve water in. arid districts, and then abolish customs duties that oppress producers. Such...
CRICKET, SMOKERS v. NON SMOKERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 27 October 1888
CRICKET, "SMOKERS V. NON SMOKEBs/ This match was flayed atl£adina,oo Wednesday, October 24;: scores? in - tbe 0r8t innings were non-smokers 65, smokers 47. 4* -there was still . an hotirVligfet play was continued, - but.oin tisie being called only § of the. nau-smokers wickets were downier }2% to itwasdecided by the first innings, jponf smokers winning -by 181 runs. Great interest waataken, \o, the game the playef* m &lt;|taiotrell fcindly presented a \iat iorstjbe highest Bcorer, -which was carried off byD. G. jjands (non-smoker) with 23. rans, ^ J.: Paulr(8moker>feing;npxt- wilh ifLl'tl i i
THE MARRIED LIFE OP DICKENS AND CARLYLE. A BRIEF NOTE ON A QUESTION OF THE DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 27 October 1888
THE MARRIED LIFE OP DICKENS ] AND CAKLYLE. | A BRIEF NOTE ON A QUESTION OF THB DAY. A correspondent who has read with interest Mrs C&ird's article oq " Mar riage" and the interview with that lady published to our columns last week, sends a London paper the subjoined communi cation. It will be observed that be makes no attempt to prove anything either one way or the. other, but contents himself with briefly setting forth a few facta con cerning the married life of Dickens and of Carlyle, merely pointing out that, as it seems to him, in the one case a mutually agreed upon separation resulted In disas ter, while in the other the marriage bond, though strained remained unbroken, as it was best for both that it should. We print this note without any further intro duction. The marriage of the future, as I under stand it from Mrs Caird's famous articlc aod in the interview published in the Pall Mall Gazette, it iB to be a contract which shall, in the event of certain con tingencies...
COMMERCIAL. Kadina. Oct. 26. 1888. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 27 October 1888
COMMERCIAL. Kadina. Oct. 26. 1SSS. 1 Wheat, -is per bushel. Flour, atone, £9 per ton 19s per bag. Bran Is 3d per bushel. PollaTtl, Is 3d per bushel. The following are the retail prices current or produce at Kadina: Butter (prime) lid per lb. Eggs, 6d per doees. Bacon, dd per lb. Wheat, 4a to 4a Id per bushel. triouri*oller. £10 per ton; atone, £9 do. Braii Jb 4d to la £d. Pollarii Is 4d to 1b fid. ? f 3 " Beeiater" Office, Oct. 25, 1888. Breads tuffs remain unchanged, with steady market, but no briskness. Wheat at Fort Ade laide 4a M tor snipping parcels, 4s 4d farmers' lots: at outports valuo is 4a 4d to 4s 6d. Floor market £10 5b to £10 10s for patent roller, £9 to £9 10s. ordinary -superfine brands, and £7 to £l 10B household. . Braa is Is lid to Is 2d; pollard, la id; *8ew'Zealand oata, prime feed, Ss 6d; Cape, 2s 6d ro&a 9d; English malting barley, Cs to 5s 3d; Wallaroo, Oot. 26,1888
EXHAUSTION OF SOILS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 27 October 1888
EXHAUSTION OF SOILS. The yirgio soils of Australia are suffer ing a form of exhaustion due to the loss of nitrogen. Mr B. W. J£. Maclvor has written on the subject in the Chemical News. vol. lvii. p. 25, pointing out the causes of this, one of tbem feeing the practice of burning the straw instead of returning it to the soil as we do after it has . done its work as litter for cattle:and horses. I refer particularly to this, as such wastefulness is not peculiar to Aus tralia. Ignorant garden era and ignorant farmers born 'the weeds they remove from the soil, and in doing so cast all tbe am mobia they contain into the kir, and then purchase guano imported from the other aide of the world to replace the loss. If these weeds .were properly stacked and sufficiently rotted;to destroy the fertility of their seeds, they would, when-returned to tbe soil, constitute tjbe bestof allpossi ble mCiuree, because they return to the soil just they ba*e taken from'it. ID ordinary gardens, the _ crpp o...
AN AMERICAN GHOST STORY. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 27 October 1888
ANgSMERICAN GHOSf STOEY. Mr B. F. Strong was in town the other day, says the St. Louis Globe Democrat, to see about filing a claim against the Hannibal and St, Joe Railroad Company for damage caused by the killing of some stock belonging to him. At one time in his early manhood, Frank, as he is pop* ularly called, was a great later ot the national game of poker, and while here he related a wonderful story of a game in which he once participated. Twelve years ago, while dealing extensively in cattle, Frank made a trip to Avon, Illinois, and there sought lodging at the old Reserve House, now burned. It was late in the evening when he arrived, and accommo dation was limited. The landlord, inform ed him that there was but one vacant room, and this a deserted one, believed bv those familiar with the place to be haunt ed. If this would suit, a cot would be fixed up for the guest. This being his only chance, Strong accepted the situation, and in the bare room, destitute of furni ture, a ma...
WHERE IS THE DEPRESSION. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 27 October 1888
I WHERE IS THE DEPRESSION. " Telemachns," writing in the Argus on a trip to Mildura, describe his stay in Adelaide, and says:-" But, just for a moment, it seems necessary to take a look at the evidence of the late depres sion. Can it indeed be spoken of as the late depression F Does it still exist ? Has it left any evident scars or deplorable traces; If so, where are they ? I walk round about the town, and see at least a dojzen first-class buildings recently com menced or approaching completion. The magniScent marble front of the new Parliament Houses shines as a chip from old Athens, The Banks have laid down foundations of granite, and raised on them piles of freestone of splendid pro portions and fine design. Insurance offices are scarcely inferior. ' 'Change' is crowded and humming all day long, the shop windows are rich and gay, as any in Bourke-street, and on Saturday after noons there is in the emporium a ready money business which taxes the energies of all the employes. Shopm...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 27 October 1888
JifOODY, EBANCE! & ^YMONS,' AUCTIONEERS, VALUATORS, LAND, LOAN, ESTATE akd GENERAL AGENTS. TRANSFERS, Mortgages, Leases, &a,f «ffeoted with dispatch. Land Sales attended and Credit,Selections taken up. ""*? ^ ^' . Agents for the Sou:h Australian Insurance Company, Limited. Moon*a Agenitsiftw the Australian Matual i_ :j ^ a Ta* -- ' Several First-GlassHotels on'hand. MONEY to LEND in Large or Small Some on Good'Freehold Security. MOODY, FRANCE & SYMONS, Ellen Street, Moonta, Graves Street, Kadina and Central Chambers, Waymouth Street Adelaide. SALE BY AUCTION. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER At 2 o'clock p.m. sharp. AT SHARPLES' YABDS, ALFORD. OK HEAD DEAUGHT AND or AO MEDIUM HOESES MOODY, FRANCE & SYMONS HAVE received instructions to sell aboye 25 Head Horses, suitable for all sorts heavy farm work. Several Hacks and Baggy sorts Two Ponies TEEMS-CASH. MOONTA MONTHLY SALE. MABKEY'S YARDS, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1888. At two o'clock. 4f OODY, FRANCE & SYMONS...
MAITLAND AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. ANNUAL SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 27 October 1888
MAITLAND AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. ANNUAL SHOW The last show for the season in this district was held at Maitland on Wednes day, October 24. But though last it can not be said to be the least amongst these local annual exhibitions. . The morning of the show day gave promise of a change after the tiro or three hot days that had been experienced, and a good downpour of rain was anticipated. Bat later on " the clouds rolled by," and a beautiful day was experienced. The show as a whole was very creditable. The exhibits in-some -sections were rather disappoint ing, but this may be accounted for by the extremely dry weather experienced for the past two months. Machinists baying little hope of doing any business withheld their exhibits, bat the lack of implements was compensated for by a much greater number of entries in horse stock. In cattle the show was good and the entries more numerous than at any of the other Peninsula shows. Brood mares were good both in number and quality.! In sheep an...
COMMERCIAL. Kadina, Oct. 30, 1888. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 31 October 1888
COMMERCIAL. Xadins. Oct. SO. 1888. | Wheat. 4s ltd per bushel. _Flour.-Btone,£9 pat toa 19» perbsg. Bran la 3d per bushel. Pollard, la Sd per bushel. The following are the retail prices current or produce at Kadina: Butter (prime) lid per lb. Eggs, 6d per down. Bacon, 8d per lb. Stoonta, Oct. 30,1888. The following are the prices current for produce atMoonta: Wheat 4a per bushel. Flour, stone, £915ft to £10 6s, per ton; retail, 21b per bag. Bran Is 3d per bushel, retail Is 4d do. Pollard Is 3d per bUBhel, reiail Is 4d do. Potatoes, (old) £5 per ton, retail 7s 6d cwt. Chaff, £3 per ton, retail, £3 10a, do. Dairy produoe Butter, fresh, 9d to lOd per lb., retail, lid to Is do. Eggs, fresh, 7d per dooen, retail ed do. Bicon, dairy fed, 8Jd to 8d per lb., retail 1B do. Wallaroo, Oct. 30,1888 Wheat, 4s to 4s Id per bushel. Flour, roller, £10 per ton; etone, £9 do. Bi^n Is 4d to Is Sd. Pollard, Is 4d to Is 5&lt;l. i " Register" Office, Oct. 29. 1888. In the wheat market there is no...
THE RETIREMENT OF THE EMPRESS DOWAGER OF CHINA. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 31 October 1888
THE BETIEEMENT OP THE EM PRESS DOWAGER OF CHINA. The Pehin Gazette of July 27 contains two decrees, one by the Empress Dowager, the other by the -young Emperor, relating to the retirement of the former from public life. Tbe Empress announ ces that when the Emperor first assumed the reins of power she could not refuse him her advice and assistance in bis doubts and difficulties, and therefore she constrained herself to Comply with the powers of the Ministers, and to instruct him in the art of governing. But now the Emperor has applied himself with such zeal and success to the task that he is able of himself to decide and regulate tbe affairs of State as they come before him. As scon as his marriage has been cele brated he should assume complete control of the Empire, and the Board of Astrono my is desired to select an auspicious day in tbe second month of the coming year for the inauguration of tbe Emperor's unaided rule. The Emperor himself dwells on the unexampled manner in which t...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 31 October 1888
H D O'HALLORAN. sharebkokbr, CHAIRMAN OF STOCK EXCHANGE, SOUTH AUSTRALIA, (Albion Chambers. Waymoath Street Adelaide). Communications by wire promptly attended to. BOYAL EXCHANGE HOTEL, KADINA. CAPT. W. MITCHELL, Peopbibxoe. THE " TJNDEESIQ-NED . baying takpn possession of tbe above Well-appointed Hotel, would respectful!} announce that be intends devoting his entire energies for'tbe cam fort and convenience of bis friendsand visitors, who will find all the comforts of a home at his house, which is one 'of tbe'best ouf of Adelaide; and the accommodation is .equal to any in the country. Tourist and Marriage Parties will receive every attention. Wines and Spirits &lt;»f Bast Brands only kept. Smifh's-XXX Alealways on Draught. JFgfyle de Hote at 1 p.m. daily. First IBlajb 'J3t0l>)wfe3 Groom always in \ - CaJfT W. MITCHELL, , ? I (late >of 3£urilia Mine), ' BOfAi BSflHAITCffi MQTEb, SADDJA.J MOODY, FBANPE & JSYMONS, AUCTIONEERS, VALUATORS, LAND, LOAN", ESTATE *xn G...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 31 October 1888
Shipping. FROM WALLASbO. .?.. . - THE ADELAIDE STEAMSHIP GOT., :Ii I3LIT B D, Dispatch .. their Steamers jw under, when practicable From Ft. ADELAIDE the s.8. "In^eBtiga tor" on SATURDAY, at noon, carrying Cargo for Port Wallaroo, landing . same on MON DAY MOBNING. FOR PORTS PIRIE «nd GERMEIN, i b.b. "Inyestigator", Monday. IPOR PORT ADELAIDE, ?b.b. " InyeBtigator" Wednesday. ?. 5. GLARE, Agent, Wallarof. Business notices* PROFESSIONAL. WADEY & E. J. COX, 80LICITGES AND NOTARIES PUBLIC, 62 EXNG WILLIAM STREET, (NEXT BIGBY*s) ADELAIDE. ME BOBEBT J. NOBES, 454-c AGENT AT KADINA. H. W. Uffindell, SOLICITOR, NOTARY, &c., & MOONTA AND KADINA. BOTH OFFICES OPEN DAILY. TM& UFFINDELL attends all Penin-i aula Courts, and may be consulted at Kadina on Monday, Wednesday and Saturday in each week, and at Moonta on j alternate days. S. E- PAGE, - SOLICITOR. &c.. - GBAYES STBEET, KADINA, and Ellen j STBEEI, MOONTA, Mr PAGE attends all neighboring Courts, en...