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CRICKET. KADINA v SNOWTOWN. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 14 November 1888
CRICKET. KADINA T SNOWTOWN. The Snowtowns journeyed to Kadina on'Friday, November 9, to try conclu sions with the local club, and a very inter esting game was the result; but unfortun ately there was. not time to fiaish, as the Snowtowns returned the same evening by the train. The Kadinas winning the toss sent in Dodd and Humphries, who made a capital start, putting together 40 runs before Dodd was caught at short leg from a miss hit. Sands came next, and after 4 bad been added Humphries was given oat l.b.w,, having made 30 by really good cricket, none of tbe remaining batsmen made much of a stand, and the innings closed for 118, Sands being not out with 42, although he gave several chances. The Snowtowns were first represented by Green and Pbillis, tbe latter being bowled by Hancock. When 9 had been made Tar diff partnered Green, and the stand of the innings was made, for not until 73 had been made could a separation be effected, when Green hit one back to Dodd, which was not refus...
SNOWTOWN. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 14 November 1888
8N0WT0WN. 3P. Green c & b Dodd 27 Geo. Phillis b Hancock 5 J. H. Tardiff c B. Hand b Dodd 40 ? R. Falwood b Seed 3 S. Thoaday l.b.w. Dodd 1 J. Allen c Dodd 7 D. Wiliams not oat 2 W. Gill not out 3 Sundries 6 Total 94 Bowling Analysis, Balls Bans Witts. J. Humphries ... 36 18 - F. Hancock ... 42 23 1 Hand 24 18 - M. J. Reed ... 42 16 1 H. Dodd 33 13 4 WOULD YOU LIKE A PIG IN BED " Would you like to have a hot crock in your bed this cold night, mem?" said a good-natured chamber-maid of our town to an English lady, who had lately arrived in Scotland for the first time in her life. .* A what?'' said the lady. " A pig, mem. Shall I put a pig in your bed to keep you warm?" "Leave the room, young woman; your mistress shall hear of your insolence.' " No offence, I hope, mem. It was my mistress bid me ask; and I'm sure she meant it in all kindness," The lady looked Grizzy in the face, and saw at a glance that no insult was intended, but ehe was quite at a loss to account for the prop...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 14 November 1888
JGLASSOH, LATE OF XADESTA COMIiSte AGENT, &c., EXCHANGE, PISIE STREET, 'ADELAIDE. ' ? Orders by poBt or telegram promp ty attended to. MOODY, FRANCE & SYMONS, AUCTIONEERS, VALUATORS, : LAND, LOAN, ESTATE and GENERAL AGENa'S. TRANSFERS, Mortgagee, Leases, &g1% effected with dispatch. Land Sales attended and Credit 'Selections taken up. Agents for the Sou;h Australian Insurance Company, Limited. Moon'a Agents for the Australian Mutual Provident Society. Seyeral First-Class Hotels on hand. MONEY to LEND in Large or Small Sams on Good Freehold Security; MOODY, FRANCE & SYMONS,; '.Ellen Street, Moonta, Graves Street, Kadina; ana Central Chambers, Waymoath Street, Adelaide. KADINA MONTHLY SALE. NICHOLLS SALE YARDS, KADINA. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1888. At 2 o'clock p.m. sharp. MOODY, FRANCS & SYMONS, Will hold their usual Monthly Sale at above, when they will offer-Med i a m and Draught Horses, Cattle, Figs, Implements, Vehicles, &c. ^.nd any...
MINING. BLOCK 14 SILVER M. CO. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 14 November 1888
MINING. BLOCK 14 SILVER M. CO. The following is *' By our Mining Reporter," says the Broken Sill Argus, of Nov. 7, 1888 :-So much has already been written about this interesting block, that any detailed acc'jant of the workings, &c. is quite unnecessary, and after the ex haustive report on the mine lately given by so eminent an authority as Mr l?atton, might also be considered a piece of pre sumption. The writer, however, may be ; allowed to give his impression after a j visit to the mine this week, as, since I last reported on, several new features have been developed, and the works generally speaking are in a much more forward condition. The main shaft is now over 300 feet deep, and the galena lode the cap of which was touched in it some little time ago, is gradually making, and will soon be all across the shaft. The ore, as in the case in the British Blocks on the one side, and Patterson's shaft on the Proprietary Mine on the other, is silicious galena, of a quality highl...
Kadina & Wallaraa Times KADINA, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1888. THE WOMEN'S FRANCHISE. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 14 November 1888
Itairitta fc -EBtallaraa Ciities fTADTNA, WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER14. 1888. THE WOMEN'S FRANCHISE. THE measure which had for its, object the removal of an injustice, which at present debars a woman from having any voibe in1 the election of those who£ make the lavs by which she is governed, has been lost. It bad a majonty ofqne'mtheAssembly, bat the House was a thin one, and consequently there was not the absol ute majority/in favor of the Bill which it necessary in the case of measured which involvean alteration of the constitution.; ^ 3$ip minority of those who spoke ioBt sight of the main objects of IKvBfll,]aiid confined their ' Remarks to the in&drisabiiity of allow ing women^tosifcin Parliament. l?he Bill nevetpgntemplated such a step; and it is a sufficient answer to:those i who imagined ffoat thfe was only the first move towards securing the higher privilege, wbenwe sayithat now a most: honoM&ie^M?, p^aisters of religion) although ihey have a right to vote they-.ca...
THE APPEAL CASE LANG v. HALL. Adelaide, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 14 November 1888
THE APPEAL CASE LANG ?. HALL. Adelaide, Tuesday. la the Supreme Court in Banco to-day, Mr Henry Upton applied for having rale for aew trial In the caae Lang v Hall made absolute, and to direct the Court below to receive the entry, aa evidence, tbe declaration being against tbe Plaintiffs' interest &8 in the eaae Taylor v. Witbam, 3 ch. dir. p. 605. Mr Sytnoiis, Q.C., did not oppose the motion, but raised tbe ^question of costs. Bule absolute granted 'for a new trial, with directions that the Cour t receive as evidence the entry in hand writing of the deceased with £8 trt costs.
BROKEN HILL. Nov. 10. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 14 November 1888
BBOKEN HILL. Nov. 10. The chief topic of talk here at present is tbe late fire in Argent-Street, and all" day long groups of people are to be seen viewing the blackened rains, eaoh with an opinion of biB own as to tbe origin of. the fire and the effect it is likely to have on the town, some thinking it will do good, while others , hold that Broken HiU, will never recover from it- It was indeed a sad sight to see the immense amount'of property being destroyed on Monday evening last by the fire, but to make matters worse the best of the few . things that were saved from the fire were either stolen or broken up by a gang of -desperate looters, who possessed them selves of everything of any valae that they could lay their hands npon. It is true that there were a number of special ?constables sworn in for tbe pnrpose of (protecting the property strewn about the ?middle of tbe street, but on the following dgy'one rif these was brought up on a charge of theft and was fined £5. There iwere ...
THE POULTRY YARD. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 14 November 1888
THE POULTRY YARD. Plymouth Bock Hens, crossed with Houdens or Dorkings produce a first class table bird. A little flour of sulphur should be mixed two or three times each week in summer with the food given to poultry. Sittting hens should have a daily run and a dust bath. It is generally a mistake to meddle too much with the nest of a sitting hen. ? Fifty fowls will make in their roosting nest alone lOcwt. of the best manure in the world. When setting egs, sprinkle a handful of sulphur among them, and on the fifteenth day a little more, and the chicks when hatched will be free from lice. Be sure to give your chieks green food of some kind. Boiled bread and milk, given every other morning to the chickens, will assist to keep away diarrhoBe. To rid chickens of vermin put a little powder on the top of the head and under the throat. The importance of pure bred male birds cannot be over estimated. They should be changed every year. If you neglect your fowls don't be sur prised if jou get...
IS THE WORLD GETTING BETTER. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 14 November 1888
IS THEWOiiLD GJSITIN G BETTER. Interviewing by letter has received a new development. Theeditor of a New castle ,jour«jia\ g5V/jfi Northern Weekly Leader^%&lt;idressed ihe .following questions to the min^|«^^jLJ»Are jieople gener ally, m Knowing better or. worse,? (2};tWba%,,|iji yquropinion, are the chief i^fluenpes tbpt.make for, degra dation .?, ?^)iiJ3o,s^ojDtivihink;jthat .this secular pree* hR6^«o?tbe, Wihole,:8 Jiealthy 1 influendfe$f:siI?early?}4QD:rep]ie&> were re ceived.^nJbefteriters-for theihosl pari; think the^jsBO^djysiai growing, better. Amongst olber causes intemperance and .gambling appear to be regarded as the naost atjrork io oar midst. The tone ojL.tbe SECCUlB I»HESg; is generally feltto Ite bl&iltby. The space* iiowever, devoted -to-lorse-racing and prurient r?port« is)f£garded be. most !binii>> fal. Even on this Jtue&d.-there are dfffer instance. thinks the secular pressoas on. -tbe whole, nhealthy influence rbut )nm...
STEPHENSTON. November 9, 1888. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 14 November 1888
STEPBENSTON. ^ Nprember 9,1888. We have bee" having plenty of wind dust, dry aim hoi weather for some time past. To-itav ilic wind has l»een vary rough, an&lt;l last the weather threat ened for rain and put us in great hopes of having a good fail, but I am sorry to say that our exoactations were biiglited A farmer was speaking to me a abort time ago about the failure of she crops, espec ially of this season's failure which is worse than ever, he said it was » great pity that 1879 crop was ench a good one, and all the crops since that date being so very light; in 'many eases, almost failures, farmers having to buy seed to sow their 1 and, what with dry seasons and the locusts farmers have a great^deal to con- ; tend with. The loensts have been very thick and numerous about here this season, tbey have been very destruct* ive in and around Qaorn, especially the flower gardens, 'they were. in no ways particular whether it was a choice shrub or flower, as they would either trim o...
MAIL NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 14 November 1888
i MAIL NOTICES. Great Britanjfcc.-November 16-N.G.JLrB. Norn berg. NovXiber 19-Via Snez, R.H.8. BritZnia, 1.15 p.m.; .newspapers, 12.15 p.m.; Lar^B Bay and Semaphore 12.80 p.m. Port Adelaide, 12.40 p.m. newspapers, 11.10 a.m.; late letters G.P.Q, 21.6 p.m., Adelaide Bailway Station 2.30 p.m., Port Adelade Sail way Station 2.45 p.m. British and foreign parcels poet per Britannia, closes at G.P.O. Sot. 17,9 p.m. November 24 Yia TorreB StraitB, 12.45 p.m. per steamer. Nov., 26-Via San Francisco, express, 2 p.m. November 30-Via Marseilles, M.M.S. Yarra, 2.30 p.m.;. newspapers, 1.30 p.m. Africa.-November 30-Yarra, 2,30 p.m., to Mauritius, thence per first opportunity. Mauritius-Nbv. 30-M.M.S. Yarra 2.30 a.m. New ZeaIanc£r-Nov. 19-Overland, 2.30 p.m. yia Melbourne^. Western Australia-Nov. 19-B.M.8. Britannia, 1.15 p.m. Kangaroo Island-November 17-Jamee Comrie, 7 a.m. f? Mails for New South Wales, Victoria, Queens, land, and Tasmania close daily (except Satur days) at 2.30 p.m. by the over...
BOUNDARYS v. WILTUNGA AND ALFORD COMBINED. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 14 November 1888
BOUNDABYS v. WILTIINGA AND ALFORD COMBINED. TO THE XBIXOB. SIB,-la your issue of tbe 27th alto., a 1 paragraph appears showing the result of j a match played, on our oval under tbe ; above beading. I wish to point out that the Boundary's Secretary has reported an incorrect and selfish account of the match played. In the fact that they could only mutter seven.men, and rather than return without playing, we allowed tbem to bare one of pur men to contest a friendly game, 1 admit we had Mr W. 'Butler and Mr J. Hatchings both members of the Alford Cricket Club, while at the same time they had Mr T. Butler, of Alford Cricket Club, and Mr F. Mudge of cur own team. With these facts I think it would have been more honorable had the Secretary pub lished the result of tbe match and the club they came to play, without drawing the Alford Cricket Club in with Wiltunga it was represented on both flideB. -1 SEC. WILTUNGA C. O.
COMMERCIAL. Kadina, Not. 13, 1888. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 14 November 1888
COMMERCIAL. Kadina, Not. 13, 1888, j Whoatt 4a6dper fanabel. Flour, £10 per ton ; ao, 20s per bag. Bran Is 5d per bushel. Pollard,l8 3d per bushel. The following are,the jeSail "prices currant for , produce at Kaflina; Batter (prime) lid perlb. Eggs, 6d per dozen. Bacon, 9d per lb. j Moonta, Nov. 13, 1883. ] The following are the prices ourrent for produce atMoonta: Wheat' 4s 3d per bushel. Flonr, roller. £10 10s, per ton; tet&Q, 28s per bag. Bran le 5d per boahel, retail Is 6d do. Pollard Is 4d .per bnshel, retail Is 6d do. Chaff,'(new) £3 10b per ton, retail £4, do. Dairy produce Batter, fresh, 9d to lOd per lb., retail, lid to Is do. Eggs, freBh, 7d per dozen, retail 8d do. B*con, dairy fed, 8id to 9d perlb., retail Is do. Wallaroo. Nov. 18,1888 Wheat, 4s 2d to 4s 3d per bushel. Flour, roller, £1010s, per ton ; stone, £10 do. ] Bran Is Cd per buBhel. Pollard, Is 4d per bushel. j Register" Office. Nov. 12. 1888. j The wheat market is steady bnt quiet, with no I business mo...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 14 November 1888
* Jft; ANTED, a GOOD GENERAL 8BE T J VANT for a FARM. Apply to Mrs SUTLER, on the Farm, near Alford; or the Office of this Paper, Kadina. ANTED a STRONG LAD. Apply to D. R. SQUIBB, Kadina. w WANTED a good GENERAL SER VANT, one able to cook. Apply WOMBAT HOTEL. Kadina. Selling Off !! JMAS ^10 MING. E. QUINTRELL HAS decided to REDUCE his Heavy Stock of Fancy Goods-Jewellery. PianoB, Organs, Brass Instruments and all kinds of suitable Presents for CHRISTMAS and NEW YEAR, Call early and make your selection before Christmas Ewe. Sale to commence on SATURDAY, NOT. 10, 1888. E. QUINTRELL, Graves Street. -WTORKE'S T1ENINSULA ANNUAL REGATTA A MEETING of all interested In the above will be held at the GLOBE HOTEL, WALLAROO, on SATURDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 17,1888, at 8 o'clock p.m. A good attendance is respectfully reques ted. J. GEPP, KULPARA DISTRICT COUNCIL. T31ENDERS are -invited up till SATUR JL DAY, NOTEMBSB 17, from persons who are willing to Lease the Sooth Hum mocks Dam up to Jane 30,1...
SELECT POETRY. HER CHOICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Kadina and Wallaroo Times — 14 November 1888
SfcLECT POETRY. HER CHOICE. The echo of the sweet voice dies, Fair fingers linger o'er the keys, The sunlight of. the .kipd brown eyes Is tamed on whom they always please. The setting sun a splendour sheds, Which fires the stately old beach trees; The western sky with golden reds Is thsfc eame sky whioh Turner sees. I say, ''^Unthinking youth is past; The lore we loved is loved in Tain; Thoaghfwakened late we "*ake at last, To fimi the world and lore are twaio. The fair'!' land in which we dwelt, The golden agbofbeauty's reign, Like bft&erfly'e wing-jewels melt . When touched by hands whioh strive for 'gain. "N"ay,turn those love-lit eyes away, Lest I forget eo]d custom'* rule, And plead that loye slbonld have fall sway. That we learn beat in his sweet school; That life is something greater than Are ite surroundings, how'er full, Thy face this costly mirror can Beflect no fairer than yon pool. " Kay tarn away those love-lit eyes, Lesfr^ttye obtain complete control, And brfca...