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SHIPPING NEWS. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 7 November 1888

ASKiVBD. Snnrlnv, Noy. 4-Maldon Letvia, schooner, frcm Port Piria. liuu.iu.y, November e-Franklin, 8.8., 365 tonf, Anderson, matter, from Port Adelaide.

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Kadina & Wallaraa Times KADINA, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1888. PROSECUTION OR PERSECUTION [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 7 November 1888

jMraa & BMaraa Ciiura ELADLNA, WEJ^ESDAtf, NOVEMBER 7. 1888. PROSECC^ON QB PEESECUTION We published, iin* our laBt issue another report of informations under the "Widtji |f, Tir^a' Act, heard at Moonta cfaf Friday last, the cir cumetauceB *" of * ? which are any* thing but creditable to some of those concerned. We do not for one moment seek to screen those who offend against the la!?s of the land, and we recognise that it was highly necessary io, administer a che^_ the sjstem' of heavy loading ot? narrow tires.which has resulted so disastrously to the roads in the dis trict. But surely the public bodies never intended that needless expense should be heaped upon those who are endeavouring to make a few pounds by wood carting, to enable them to tide over the present bad season. The "Width of Tires' Act is one that has been in operation for many years, and convictions under it are so fre quent. that w^hold there was not the slightest necessity for engaging a soli citor to condu...

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CRICKET. KADINA V. YELTA. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 7 November 1888

CRICKET. KiDINA V. YELTA. The abore clubs met for tbe first time this season at Yelta. Tbe Yeltas winning tbe toss decided to bat and had scored 162 before tbey were all got rid of. J. Mitchell and S. Reynolds, the first two men, put on 97 between them, although J. Mitchell should have been given out when he had scored 30, having tipped the ball into W. Humphries, tbe wieket keeper'a bands. The umpire, however, not hear in g, did not allow it, although the batsman himself afterwards acknowledged that he was out. Mr J. Seed bowled well, taking 5 wickets for 14 runs, which, considering tbe score, is a splendid aver, age. The Kadinas on going in bad lost 6 wickets for 65 when time was nailed. W. Humphries played well for 31 as did J. Humphries for 10, but he was unfortun ately run out just as he was fairly set. Tbe Kadinas having 98 runs to do to win and 4 wickets to fall forfeited the match, which consequently counts two more points to Yelta. Appended are the scores:-: J. Mitchell c W...

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ADELAIDE AND LONDON TELEGRAPH. [BY SUBMARINE CABLE.] SPECIAL TELEGRAMS. MR GLADSTONE AT BIRMINGHAM. London, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 7 November 1888

TELEGBAPH. SP. ("BY ijlJBMABINK CABIX.1 (Ffpm our ova correspondent.) ME (J|TA3^!RONE ATBIEMINGHAM. Cii ' Lbndon,Tuesday. addressed a, crowded meeting at Birmingham, to-day. There wasjgreat enthusiasm.' The hon. gentle man' twitted Mr Balfour with the failure of hip endeavour to establish order in, Iceland, calling his present of&ce an ab sentee, Administration. Be stated farther ttii the Balkan Provinces would be a stone and stumbling block to the Govern-' meat <ratil the matter of who shall reign in SSopia is settled. He regretted the failure off the Pisheriei Commission; bat eould ,pot say that negotiations had been cgr&g'iQQS failure. The Saokville inci dent *as a aprons slight to Great Britain* The reat difficulty in connection with the ewrtprnpolioy of the Government lay in Egypt, the management of which consti tutes the greatest embarrassment to the to- the Government. He ridiculed the alleged^ I-egialative triumphs of the Earl of Partington section...

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CORPORATIONS. KADINA, MONDAY, November 5, 1888. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 7 November 1888

COBPOSATIONa Kadina, MONDAY, .November 5,1888. 1 Present- The Mayor (Mr T, M, Sen dell) Crs. Bleskley, Tonkio, Pengelley, Eddy, Potter, and the Town Clerk (Mr S. Manclarke). \ : JIEPOETS. The Works Committee reported that the Overseer had been employed since last meeting of the; Council at clearing small scrub in the park lands, repairing park lands fence, destroying Scotch thistles in streets, watering trees in square and general street-cleaning. We intend continuing this work dnnng the coming fortnight.-F. POTTOS, Chairman. Ct TONKIN proposed that the Works Committee's report be received, and thought it would be a great saving of time if the Overseer was instructed to use the brooms that had heen purchased by the Cotihcit for sweeping the water tables. He thought that in places where the dirt was not too heavy, if the new brooms were used it would be a great saving of time. Cr EDDY seconded, and stated that there was one item in the report that he intended mentioning at last meeti...

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GREAT CONFLAGRATION AT BROKEN HILL. NORTH SIDE OF ARGENT STREET BURNT DOWN. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 7 November 1888

GREAT CONKAGEATION sii'^s;' BROKEN HILL. NOETHSIS^ob^^BNT STREET BURNT DOWN. Mr John J. Christmas hasklndly wired the following information with respect to the great conflagration at Broken Hill: Thnraday, 7 20 p.m. The north aide of Argent Street iaon fire, from the Post Office to Elliott's Grand Hotel. The sight is fearful. [Latee.3 8.15 p.m. Everything is burst from the Post Office i to the corner of Oxide street-a clean .weep, all in a few hours. There is fear ful excitement. The other side of the street was eared almost by 8 miracle. The street Is full of all kinds and de scriptions of goods, including beer and spirits. The larrikins are drinking the spirit8 and beer carried out from the hotels and stores into the street. Petty thefts are commencing. It is anticipated tbat this will be a terrible night for plunder. Special constables are being sworn in to protect property. It is supposed that forty stores (targe and small), and Finnis' and Elliott1' i Hotels hare been totally d...

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THE MAORI FOOTBALLERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 7 November 1888

THE MAORI FOOTBALLERS. TheMaori footballers beat a Stockton team by two goals to one try,

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V.R.C. SPRING MEETING. CUP DAY. (By Telegraph), Adelaide, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 7 November 1888

V.B.C. SPBUG MEEIIHG CUP DAY. ("By Telegraph), Adelaide, Tuesday. The following is the result of to-day's racing at "Flemington, Victoria, in connec tion vfith the Victorian .Racing Glob's Spring Sleeting MELBODHKB GUP. Mr D. S, Wallace's Mentor, 4 yeara, 8st. 31bs. (O'Brien) 1 Mr S. L. West's Tradition, 4 yeara, 6st. lllb8. ... ... ... ... 2 Mr S. Gook's The Yoenan, 5 years, 7st81b«. ... . ... ... 3 HUBDLB EACE. Blue Mountain .. ... ... 1 Incident 2 Maroney 3 RAILWAY HANDICAP. Tourbillon, 7st. 71bs.t 1 Plutarch, 8st. 121bs., 2 Lord John, 7et. 6iba., .. ... 3

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SAILED. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 7 November 1888

SAILED. Monday, ^November 6-Franklin, 8.B., 395 tor'8, Aiderson, master, forP^-t Germain.

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VESSELS IN HARBOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 7 November 1888

VESSELS un HABBOR. - I Millwall, for United Kingdom. Sooth era Belle, for Houmea. Maldon Lewie, for Port Pirie.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 7 November 1888

Shipping. FROM WALLAROO. fTIHB ADELAIDE M. STEAMSHIP COT., LIMITED, Dispatch their Steamers as under, when practicable: From Pt. ADELAIDE the 8.B<" Investiga tor" on SATURDAY, at noon, carrying Cargo for Port Wallaroo, fending game on MON DAY MORNING. FOE PORTS PIRIE and GEEMEIN, b.B. "Investigator" Monday. FOR PORT ADELAIDE, -8.a. "Investigator" Wednesday. F. CLARE, Agent, Wallaroo. Business Notices. PROFESSIONAL, WADEY & E. J. COX, SOLICITORS Aim NOTARIES PUBLIC, 62 KING WILLIAM STREET, (Next RISBY'S) ADELAIDE. MS BOBEBT J. NOBES, 454-0 AGENT AT KADINA. H. W. Uffindell, SOLICITOR, NOTARY, »c:, & MOONTA AND KADINA. BOTH OFFICES OPEN DAILY. UFFINDELL attends all Penin sula Courts, and may be consulted at Kadina on Monday, Wednesday and Saturday in each week, and at Moonta on alternate days. S. R. PAGE, - SOLICITOR. &c.. - GBAVEB Stbket, KADINA, and Eelek STEEET, MOONTA. Mr PAGE attends all neighboring Courts, and may be consulted at Kadina every We...

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WOKURNA. October 30, 1888. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 7 November 1888

WOKUBNA. October 30, 1888. I Once more ashore on land and dry land. The weather is the subject and drought the rale. Ye mouse prophets, your dismal forebodings of last winter bare become actually verified, by the drought we are now experiencing. From henceforth an unusual invasion of miee will be a certain sign of a dry season with many people. Oh shades of 13 years ago, when huge stacks of garnered grain were usual adjuncts and practical ornaments on homesteads in the areas, now a thing of the past, swept into the vortex of time. Who knows but that the annoying cycle of the three D'e, Drought, Deil and Debt, which has been in violent motion daring the last 12 years, is now rapidiy approaching the completion of its osoillating circuit, and will be succeeded by the pleasant cycle of the three W's, Wheat. Wool and Wine, or Wheat, Wool, and Whisky and Water for teetotallers. Hope is truly a virtue, and fortunately the majority of farmers are blessed with this gift, though they can't li...

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CRICKET. YORKE'S PENINSULA CRICKETING ASSOCIATION. YOUNG AUSTRALIANS V. WALLAROO. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 7 November 1888

CRICKET. YOEKB'S PENINSULA CRICKETING ASSOCIATION. YODNG AUSTRALIANS V. WALLAROO. These clubs met for the first time this season on the Wallaroo Oral; and after a close game the Young Australians proved victors by 15 runs. The Wallaroos lost the toss, and bad to take the field, Dawson and Trembath going to the wickets. The latter soon began scoring, and bad made 18 out-of the 20 scored, when he and Dawson both left. Searle and Allan, the next partners, made a good stand. 27 rnns being added before a separation was affected,'Allan having made 21. Penrose joined Searle, and they pat on another 23.; Edwards and E. Francis added one ran ; between them, and Hand assisted Penrose ! to raise the total to 90. The eighth and j ninth wicket fell for 91, bnt the last man i helped to raise the total to 105 before he | lost his partner. Hiscock got the best average. The fielding generally was fair- j ly' good, Seeley making a remarkably ; smart catch in the slips. Donnell and Seeley were the fir...

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FATAL BALLOON DISASTER. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 7 November 1888

FATAL BALLOON DISASTER. There was a large attendance in the grounds oC Olympia on the afternoon of August 28, to witness the third attempt of Mr Simmons, the aeronaut, to catch a favourable breeze for Vienna. The want of success which attended his previous efforts led, no doubt, to the fact that but few gentlemen were desirous of going up with him upon this occasion, and only two put in an appearance at the time fixed for the ascent. These were Mr W. L. Field, of New' Brighton, and Mr Meyers. After some delay the anchoring ropes were let go, and the Cosmo started ou her last aerial voyage precisely at 4 o'clock. As the ..balloon rose Mr Simmons waved a white handkerchief, which was visible even after bis figure was not discernible,, and, rising higher and higher in a gentle wind, passed westward away. There seemed to be some inclination to the north before the balloon had risen to the highest point, and then a distinct trending to the south. There was a clear sky, and the course of ...

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LOCAL COURTS. KADINA, Wednesday, Nov. 7, 1888. (Before T. J. S. O'Halloran, Esq., S.M., and Messrs Gurner and Rendell, J's.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 10 November 1888

LOCAL COURTS. -Kadiha, Wednesday, Nov. 7, 1888. fBefore T." J. S. O'Hslioran. Esq., S.M\, : aTtid Messrs Garner and Rendell. .J'fl.P.l Mr MSnclarfce appeared with the Jury List of the District Council of Eadina, -vrhicti waa-daly certified to and allowed. Mr Manolarfce also appeared with the iJftry-.Jiist for the Corporation of Kadina, .. yjjipjtt also, allowed. J "Ebblt. MOOBE.-Case settled out of "Ctfnft. I Mr Uffindell stated that the case had i been settled. r. Tait.-This was a ease I satfd*ri±he Masters' and Servants' Act. - i-Mr'Uffindell, who appeared for the jp)aintiff, and Mr Page for the defendant, agreed to an adjournment of the ease. Adjourned obtil the 21st. yp££,ZA&od, Tuesday, Ho*. 6, 1888. (Sfefore Tl iT. S. O'HaUorao, Esq., S.M., oi.;C«pt;s aod Dr Gosse, J's.P.) a- 5Che Jar; .List for the Town of Wal nag rerised and allowed. B&stowe i. MCUBOBTIB.-Claim for £11 rent, U.S.J. ; Defendant who is in receipt of £3 per week, was ordered to pay 12s 6d per fo...

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ADELAIDE TELEGRAMS. Adelaide, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 10 November 1888

ADELAIDE 1ELEGRAMS. Adelaide, Tuesday To-day was observed:a? a public holi day. The weather was all that could be de sired for pleasure .seekers. The Land Defence Forces were engaged in a sham fight, which passed off moat successfully. The affair 'having been well planned and spiritedly carried out. The Ancient Order of Drnida held their annual demonstration, and the brethren mustered in considerable force. The Hiberinan Society also held a de monstration. In the evening Sir Edwin T. Smith, as Mayor of Adelaide, gave his annual ban quet. There was a large representative attendance of .the heads of the Municipali ties in South Australia as well as from Victoria. -

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COMMERCIAL. Kadina, Nov. 9, 1888. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 10 November 1888

COMMERCIAL: Ksdica, Nor. 9, 1888. I w neat. 4s ztt to 4b sa per bushel. Floor, roller, £10 10B per ton, stone, £10 do. Bran. Is 4d per bushel.. Foliard, la fld uer bushel. The followifig are the retail priceB current or produce at^Eadina: Butter {prime} lid per lb. Bgge, 6d per dozen. Bacon, ,9d per lb. Aloonta, Nor. 9, 1888. The following .are the prices current for produce at Moonta: Wheat 4B 3d per bushel. Flour, roller. £10 10s, per ton; retail, 28s per fcftg. Bran Is 5d pertrasbel, retail Is fid do. Pollard lafdper bushel, retail le 6d do. ' Chaff, (nejvJ £3- 10s per ton, retail £i, do. Dairy produce Butter, fi«ob,^>d to lOd par lb., retail, lid to I Is do. . . Biggs, fresh, .Vd-per dozea, retail 8d do. " j Bicon, daify fed, 8|d to -9d per lb., retail le do. - J.; Wallaroo, Nor. 9,1868 Wheat, 4? 2d to 4s 3d per bushel. Flotfr/roller. £1010s, per ton; stone, £10 do. Brap"» lB 6d per bushel. Pollard} 1^4dpp(b^bel,..<.. O.; ttfllbe, Nov. tS. 1888. ; A fiSr-sisea parc...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 10 November 1888

Waotwdla,str&to £a». j$piy to D, &. SQUIBB, Eadins. WANTED a good GENERAL SER VANT, orie able to coot. Apply WOMBAT HOTEL. Sadina. WAJSTJED.a jSQY.^iniadjSheep. Ap ply T. SWAN, . Brucefield. near Tickeia. , . .. YOU CAN NOW GET YOUfe TTANO TCTNED. Mr A. d'Ahrenberg, PIANO TIT NEB, IS NOW OKTHB PENINSULA for a few dayni -Orders -left at ibis Office trill have prompt attention.' . ' THE PARNELL DEFENCE FUND. A MEETING will be bold in tbe TTATHTJA1TTAT.T. (kindly lent by Mr Nankerris),on SATURDAY EVENING, the lGth inBtj at 7 p.*n., to consider the best plan of assisting in.RAISING- FUNDS lor tbe aboye object, JChe public are cordially invited. j By Order oftfae Committee. ; 3j ipT i C3i.; . . . TO tbe Tnair^ tind' friends, who Have shown '%nch' - deep and , practical sympathy"inthy'reoerifc' painful bereavement, I tender my most sincere and heartfelt gratitude, l -'-Vvh :»<?>* - .'/i william: JARRETT. The P.M. Manse,Kadina. X ih'i sM sft-o-iti v a. B.QUINT...

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VESSELS EXPECTED. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 10 November 1888

,VESSBLS"EXPEGTED. Athena, from. Sydney.

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SELECT POETRY. THAT BOY. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 10 November 1888

SELECT POETRY. THAT BOY. Through .the House with laugh aud shout, BTnees threadbare and elbows out. Momma hears with anxious doabt Thar hoy. Vain are all the lessons taught; In one short hoar they are forgot; Gentle manners learneth not That hoy. Thai «he muses, while she tries To soothe the wakened baby's cries, White to other mischief hies That boj. With aching head this mother mild Looil to the future of her child ; StiU^ieedless, yells,.in-accents wild, I li'- fi}Tbdtboy. Patient mother, trait awhile; Summon back thy loringsmile; Soon, will graver cares-beguile That boy. Sooathe boy," with cheats of tan," WiUihe the brawny, bearded man, If th.ou woaldst trust and honour then f That boy. Trust him now, and let thy care Shield his soul from every snare Thatwaits to.eapture, unaware, J"? -1 That boy. And when, though worn and.oft distressed, Thouknowest that God thy work has blessed, Then^trust wkh Him. for all the rest, «r. ' " - That |>by.

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