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CORPORATIONS. WALLAROO, Wednesday, Nov. 7, 1888. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 10 November 1888
COHPOBA.TIONS. WAZ.iiiB.oo. Wednesday, Novl 7» 1888. J rresent-The Mayor (Mr Jae. Malcolm, J.J?.), Crtt Stimson, Harrnan, Kearse, Phillips, Gepp and the&Town. Clerk C^r Alex. Young). Apologies were received and accepted for the absence of Crs Chatfield, Clare and Hamence. Tbe.JffA.Tos expressed regretat being unable to attend the last meeting of the Council in consequence of having been called away to Adelaide to give evidence before.the Barrier Trade .Commission. Mr doud and himself were summonsed to govjto town the previous week, but having to attend to the', special call of the Council he wrote and; asked-them to take hi9 evidence later on. This the ! Commissionagreed to do, hence his absence at ..the last Council meeting. In his j evidence he-took occasion to point- out the advantages of Wallaroo aB a port, where ships of the largest tonnage conid i come into harbor at atl hours aod in all i weathers, as well as directing attention I to the fact that tfeey had one of the...
THE WAY THE KADINA DISTRICT COUNCIL DEVELOPS. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 10 November 1888
THE WAY THE KADINA DISTRICT COUNCIL DEVELOPS. TO THE ED1TOB. SIB,-Sometimes it is said 14 iiome was not built in a day." The school boy said, in reply to the question, when was Eoiae built ? *' that it was built in the night." If all goes well with Kadina Council, at the rate it is improving, it certainly will require to supplement the day with a hit of the darkness of night. As specimens of the way the time is valued, and the j business ability, and consistency of the i Councillors. A short retrospect of their j doings for the last three months might j do them some good, and perhaps learn j the Chairman a wrinkle. At the meeting held on August 27, an account was read ! from Mr Pontifex for £3 lis. The Chair-1 man said Mr Pontifex was only to receive commission on cash taken. Councillors Crosby and Chatfield were both adverse | to paying the account, and it was agreed to consider the claim at next meeting. On j September 24 it was carried that Mr i Pontifex be paid, when he collects...
MOONTA RAGES. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 10 November 1888
MOONTA RAGES. The above races were held on Wednes day, on the East Mooota Course, and without doubt proved tbe best meeting that tbe club has ever bad. Tbe fioish was arranged at the eastern side of the course, near the point where the half mite post was formerly. But although this was advantageous, inasmuch as the finishes could not be seen by those out side, and consequently increased the gate, money, still the crowd was to windward of the judges stand, and the dust tbus_ caused was so great that it was almorf impossible to see the horses until they were in the straight. The events were well contested, and the fields were fairly good for a country meeting. Lightning was the favourite at the start,, but Gent proved a " dark 'un" as he carried off the Cup and Ladies' Purse without much:, trouble, and but for tbe interference *ot the crowd would probably have annexed the Publicans' pnrse as well, fie is; owned by a syndicate, and is certainly a bit of good stuff. Lightning waB in gra...
THE WALLAROO OVAL. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 10 November 1888
THE WALLAROO OVAL. TO THE EDITOR. SIB,-In your issue of Wednesday you published a report of last Saturday's match at Wallaroo ; if it be not asking too mucb. will you kindly publieb another on a slightly different topic. Tour re porter, in speaking of the Wallaroos' fielding, says it was " fairly good," while that of the Young Australians is not mentioned. Was it that he wished to spare their feelings P It must have been, for bad he spoken truly he must have said it was bad-very bad. While the Wallaroos' were fielding we remarked that the ball was not picked np cleverly, and puffed ourselves op with the thought that we would do much better, bat we were sadly mistaken. Wben we started Donoell made a nice carpet drive which should have scored one, but wben Sam Hand stooped to pick it op it flew 5 feet clear above his head and scored 4. Edwards, at mid off, thought he was go ing to stop a bard one, but caught a stoiie, the bail had gone away at an angle for 3. Sanders waited very calml...
KADINA & Wallaraa Times KADINA, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1888. THE PENINSULA MAIL SERVICE [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 10 November 1888
Wkllte ?mtn _ __ ft KA.DINA, BA'TD^.^Mr^OVEJtBBE XOj 1888. TH^^>jJ^§lIL£jaAn- SERVICE' . sj J.r. - v 1st another column,twe publish the reply ^p^enbj Minister of Educa tion to^f^eW;&n Wednesday, re garding. the future ^lail service of lower ifratke's Peninsula. present it is tg-Myea , eervied from Moontato Yorketown, via Mount Bau and Sfeaa^iiry-^^- P^tmaster. Gen eral feeling: that this would be the beat ' ar^SBgeimect for all parties. Next week, however, it is intended to invite alternative tenders for a service & "Victoria-really the one which is now in force. It will be rem^fe'B^^t&t^hreeyears ago, when tenders for the present service were invited, there was a mail three times a w^kg^Jfrepp; -from Moo nta to Xorketotvn. At that time alterna tive .: iSnSers ?-?r" were - invited for the roundabout route which has caused'bo J much annoyance. How ever, because of the absurdity of the idea,the. -people concerned made no stir, M they felt assured the old sys...
NINNES. Nov. 5, 1888. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 10 November 1888
NINNES. . Nov. 5.1888. j Hay making is almost at a close if it can 1 be termed as such. Never m the history of kinoes has the hay crop been so small; in fact, some will not pay to cut. Feed, too, is very scarce, and water not plentiful. Most farmers find they have quite enough stock for the present outlook of the coming summer. The wheat crop trader the most favour* able circumstances will be anything but satisfactory, which will not realize one fourth of what it promised two months ago. Of course a good rain would do a great amount of good to most wheat crops in fiUibgihb grain, this every one hopes lor bntno one expats to get. '
POLICE COURTS. KADINA, MONDAY, NOV, 12, 1888. (Before the Mayor (Mr T. M. Rendell. J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 14 November 1888
POLICE COURTS. KADINA, MONDAY, NOV, 12, 1888. (Before the Mayor fMr T. M. Rendell. J.PJ James White and Patrick Nilan were charged on the information' of L.C. Bennett, with being drunk in a pabiic place in Kadina. Fined 10a each. - TUESDAY, Pfo*.' IB, 1888. . (Before Mr F. W. Garner, ' ; William Jorganson was charged wilft being drunk in Victorla Square, Kadina,, and fined 5s. '" Thb following replies to quir own " B.G." appeared in last week's Observer:-1 you hare no redress; the Council are authorized to~let~ I this roads, bat the public have "the'full and free use of the road in all respects Ab if they were, unenclosed. 2.' If the gateis too '.£airrow. admit jour roller and you hfrre to Jiftibe post ydu had better, get the consent of. the .Conn oil before yoi^do' it, otherwise 'yon ° would he liable to a penalty under 'fteir-jby*laws, 3. dive the notice required hjy section 97 and calt a fuil meeting of the Council. ToU~ could obtain ® comriction ^nder the Widtfijfif Tires Act if...
THE PARLIAMENTARY SESSION. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 14 November 1888
THE PARLIAMENTARY SESSION. Tajeikg past years as a guide it is probable that the present Session of Parliament will be closed withia a month. In fact it is pretty well known by those behind the scenes, that the X.and Bill is the only one to which any importance attaches, and should the Upper House (where it has now been sent} refuse to go on with it a few days would possibly see the end of the session. This being the case it is certainly time that something was done by the Government to mark out definitely their public works pro gramme for the recess. We have no wish to enlist amongst the croaker^, but there is no doubt that the result of the coming hardest will be disap pointing, and that during the first half of the year certain classes of the community will suffer considerable hardship. We have had numerous instances of this in the past, and on every occasion the Government has been called upon to start certain kinds of relief works. Some of these have been useful, some hare not,...
THE PARNELL DEFENCE FUND. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 14 November 1888
THE PARNELL DEFENCE FUND, j On Saturday ireninJfe lMt^^neeting was held at Kadins toconsider the above object. Mr M. Qam was voted to the ch&ir* ~ Si* Mr QUE ALE moved *' That this meMoM \ deeply: sympathised . with* Mr Cbaiilejp , Stewart Parnell, in consequence of *Hl cowardiy and unwarrantable charges* which were laid againt him by the Times" Mr Queale, who was received with cheers, said that he waa there that night to ask them ia a practical way to show their sympathy for the great Irub leader, (Cheers.) Mr Parnell had by his earnest' advocacy of the Irish cause in the House... of Commons raised the ill-will of the Times, who was ever the bitter opponent of the Irish people. Be would ask them' as a body of honest, true men, and as lovers of justice, had Parnell been fairly treated in this matter by the Government ? . He:: would say emphatically-No. (Cheers.) Tbe government was backing up the Times &lt; to drive Mr Parnell to rain and from Par liament. (" Shame.")...
THE PARLIAMENT. HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 14 November 1888
i? Hii P A BLIA M E N T. HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY. In the House of Assembly to-day, the Corporation Bill was considered in com mittee, a long discussion took place on an amendment proposed by Dr. Coekbora malting it optional for Corporations to come, under, a fresh system of rating. The discussion really resolved itself into a question of a land or property tax. Bat as many members who supported the land tax - voted for the amendment, it was carried by a majority of eight against the Government. The Premier immediately proposed that progress be reported, and it is probable that, if the House insists on the amendment, the Bill will go no farther. A" long and fruitless discussion took place in the Council on a motion by the Hon. G. W, Cotton, That to assist the Government in their administration of public affairs it is desirable that this Council should express its opinion as to what class of persons out of employment should be supplied with work."
SAILED. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 14 November 1888
SAILED. sunaay, Nov. ii-SonUiern Uelle, Oarqoe, 336 tons. Carles Lakie, master, Tor Nenmea. Monday, November 12-Franklin, B.b., 365 tone, ' Anderson, master, from Port Genaein.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 14 November 1888
£I1C£RB& Disjpafccb their 'Steainera ab under, when pracrirafBte;:^. -r' ":i"' : j From Pfc. [ADELAIDE ;the ks. "In^ieAtiga ior" on SATliKDAY, at noop,cartyingrOBTgo for Port" ^Wallaroo, landing eame on MON DAY MORNING. ' . -1 FOB POSTS PIRIE and GERMEIN, 8.b. "Investigator'' Monday. FOR PORT ADELAIDE, -b.b. "Investigator" Wednesday-: 1 . F- CTi A BBj /Agflntj ; ' . i BusinessETotices. PROFESSIONAi. WABEY-^'^TX COX, SOLICITORS AND NOT ABIES FJJBJilO, 02 KING WILLI AH STREET, (NEXT EIGBY's) . JL^ E fc'AtD SS. ME EOBEST J. KOBES, 454-c AGENT AT KADINAl H. W.TTffiridell, SOLICITOR; NOTARY, &c., & MOONTA AND KA^IWA. BOTH OEMOES OPEN DAILY. ltd E (TFFiNPELL attends a,U Penin snla CourJs, and jnpy, bfl; consulted at jladina on Monday, Wednesday and Saturday io each'week. and atMoonta on alternate days, .&lt; N S. B:: PAGE, - SOLICITOR. &c.. - G-BAVES STREET, KADINA, and Behest STBkET,MOONTA. Mr PAGE attends all neighboring Courts, and may be consult...