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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 12 March 1878
Hollovoays Ointment and Pills.— Bilious affections, with all their concomitant annojanceB induced by atmospheric changes, or to liberal diet, should be checked at once, or serious consequence may ensue. When any one finds his ideas less clear than usual, his eyesight dimmed, and liis head dizzy, ac companied by a relultance for all exertion, physical or mental, he may be quite sure that he is in immediate need of some cooling and purifying medicine. Let him at once send for a box of Holloway's Pills, which will free him from his suffering, and speedily renew his healthlul feeling. If the bowels be irritable. Hollowav's Ointment Bhould be diligently rubbed over the stomach and liver every night and morning.—Advt. A DTELAIDE LIFE ASSUBANCE COMPANY. Subscribed Capital, £100,000. Office—84, Waymouth-steeet. Directors; Sir Gneorge S. Kingston, M.P., Chairman. E. M. Bagot, Esq., J.P., Hon. J. Hodgkiss, J. Colton, Esq., James Hardinan, Esq. The advantages held out by this Company are as fo...
MONTHLY CALENDAR—MARCH. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 12 March 1878
MONTHLY CALENDAR—MARCH. ' | Suit. Moon. Day of Month and Week. Rises. Sets. Rises. Sets. A.M. P.M. A.M. P.M. Friday 1 5 51 6 34 3 4 4 55 Saturday 2 5 52 6 33 4 3 5 24 Sunday 3 5 58 6 31 5 1 5 49 Monday 4 5 54 6 30 5 56 6 12 Tuesday 5 5 54 6 29 6 52 6 33 Wednesday 6 5 55 6 27 7 46 6 57 Thursday 7 5 56 6 26 8 42 7 23 Friday 8 5 57 6 25 9 39 7 51 Saturday 9 5 58 6 23 10 37 8 27 Sunday 10 5 59 6 22 11 37 9 11 Monday 11 6 0 6 21 pm32 10 2 Tuesday 12 6 1 6 20 1 29 11 11 Wednesday 13 6 2 6 18 2 19 A.M. Thursday 14 6 3 6 17 3 4 0 14 Friday 15 6 4 6 15 3 43 1 29 Saturday 16 6 5 6 14 4 18 2 45 Sunday 17 6 6 6 12 4 51 4 1 Monday 18 6 7 6 11 5 22 5 16 Tuesday 19 6 7 6 9 5 54 6 29 Wednesday 20 6 8 6 8 6 26 7 41 Thursday 21 6 9 6 6 7 8 8 54 Friday 22 6 10 6 5 7 51 10 3 Saturday 23 6 11 6 4 8 43 11 10 Sunday 24* 6 11 6 3 9 47 P.M. 9 Monday 25 6 12 6 1 10 42 1 2 Tuesday 26 6 13 6 0 11 52 1 47 Wednesday 27 6 14 5 59 A.M. • 2 27 Thursday 28 6 14 5 58 0 55 2 56 Friday 29 6 15 5 56 1 56 3 27 Saturday 3...
A STORY IN HIGH LIFE. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 12 March 1878
A STORY IN HIGH LIFE. The Sydney correspondent of the Mel bourne Herald has telegraphed to that journal the following sensational story :—"It is stated that a serious social difficulty in high life has just ended in one of Het Majesty's Australian colonies—not New South Wales. The whole affair, it seems, arose out of several Ministers of the Crown being bachelors. As usual, His Excellency's advisers were frequent visitors at Government House. The Governor had a very handsome and attractive daughter, and two of the bachelor Ministers were captivated by her charms, and both visited the viceregal residence for the purpose of seeing the young lady more frequently than the Governor anJ his lady cared for. The Governor's daughter, however appears to have been placed in a dilemma, and not being able to mate up her mind, encouraged both suitors. Both gentle men were hardly pressed, for they could not but be sensible to the advantage of allying youth and wealth and good station to politcal p...
AN AMERICAN GIRL ABROAD. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 12 March 1878
AN AMERICAN GIRL ABROAD. Miss Alice Wren, an actress and -vocalist, wliose relatives live at Brooklyn, lias returned home after an extended theatrical tour. The narrative of her travels and adventures -would fill a volume. Miss "Wren is the youngest of a family of nine children, all of -whom have been known in the theatrical profession. Mr. Wren, the father of the children, was an associate of the elder Kean, Munden, and other theatrical celebrities, a generation ago. Miss Wren, with many of her brothers and sisters, -was a member of the "Wren Juve nile Comedians," whose performances, from 1857 to 1861, were given principally in this city at Barnum's Museum, the Palace Garden, and in cities adjaceut to the metropolis. She was then but an infant. During the rebellion four or the brothers Wren entered the Federal army, in the Sixty-first New York Volunteers, and their mother established a private hospital for incurable wounded sol diers in Washington, expending her own means in its ma...
LISTON, SHAKES, & CO.'S COUNTRY AUCTION SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 12 March 1878
Listos, Shakes, & Co.'s Country Attctioit Saxes. Tuesday, March 5.—At Westbury Farm, four miles west of Kooringa, by order of Mr. John Miller, clearing-out sale of horses and farming implements, &c. There was only a moderate attendance, but prices were very good. Horses fetched £37, £36, £30, two for £80 10s., one for £43 10s., £16 10s., £26, £10 15s., £27, £14 10s., £10. Waggon, £45; harrows, £3 10s. and £4; double ploughs, £8 12s. 6d., £10, and £9; scarifier, £8 5s.; winnower, £10 5s.; horserake, £10 5s.; mower, £14; and large lot sundries at good.prices. Total sale, £559 3s. 3d. Wednesday, March 6.—At Yatina, by order of various owners, cattle and horses as follows :—8 head young cattle at 44s. each ; 8 steers at £7 each ; cows, £4 2s. 6d., £5 5s., and £5 10s. Horses, £14 10s., £24, £20 15s., £24, £40, £12 10s., £37, £18 10s., £37, £23 10s„ £27 10s., £26, £22, £10 10s., £22 10s., £14, £10, £5, £6 10s. The timely rains had. a very beneficial effect on the sale, and...
THE END OF THE WORLD. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 12 March 1878
THE END OF THE WORLD. Humanity knows no more of the the pro bable duration of its existence than does any one us of the number of years he has yet to live. Are we at the soup or at the nuts; Who can assure us that the coffee is not soon to be served ? The world has had a begin ning, therefore it "will come to an end. When? That is the question. And above all, "will the world finish by an accident, by a perturbation of existing laws ? Ho, it will come to an end through the action of laws already ascertained, and will die, as one says, of her own death. But of what sort of death ? Age ? Illness ? Xes, of illness, of ilness induced by excess. When we compare the world with what it used to be, we at once see that the most extraordinary development is that of organic life upon the globe. From the highest summits of the mountains to the profoundest depths of the valleys, millions upon billions of animalcules, of ani mals, of superior plants, have been toiling for centuries, even as toiled...
NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 12 March 1878
I | NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. " 33 and J."—With reference to tlie ques tion as to the manner in which the adjective " sick" may be compared, we find that whereas the rule laid down allows of the use of the expression " sicker" and " sickest," jet, as the ear, or euphony, is held to be the best guide in such cases, these expressions are certainly not the most desirable.
PIUS IX.'S LOVE STORY. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 12 March 1878
PIUS IX'S LOVE STOBY. "From the manuscript of a forthcoming volume, the work of a picus Catholic lady, the daughter of one of the oldest Catholic citi zens of Baltimore, the late David Williamson, of Lexington Manor, the London correspon dent of the Cincinnati Inquirer relates the only true love story of Pius IX.. as related by the Baroness de Kinsky, the Holy Father's intimate friend. The young Count Giovanni Mastia Feretti, the story says, a native of Sinigaglia, met and loved at Some Camilla Devoti, the lovely and accomplished, daughter of a widow lady, and to whom he had been especially drawn by her marvellous singing. They read the poets together, and it came to pass that the young nobleman desirei to be a soldier to be more worthy of his promised bride. He . applied to Prince Barberini, Commander of the Papal Body-Guard, and was repulsed somewhat rudely with the re mark that his slender frame was better fitted for a priest's garb than a dragoon's. The young Count appealed toth...
SELECTED POETRY. THE TWO PICTURES. BEFORE MARRIAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 12 March 1878
SELECTED POETRY. THE TWO PICTOB.ES. BEFORE MAjafelA&Ei My Maggie, my beautiful d&rling, Come into my arms, my sweet, let me fold you again to my bosom, So close that I can hear your heart beat. What! these little fingers been sewing ? One's been pricked by the needle I see: These hands shall be kept free from labour When once they are given to me. All mine, little pet I will shield you From trouble and labour and care, I will robe you lite some fairy princess, And jewels shall gleam in your hair; Those slippers you gave me are perfect, That dressing gown fits to a T— My darling, I wonder that heaven Should give such a treasure to me, Eight—nine—ten—eleven ! my precious, Time flies so when X am with you. It eeemB not a moment I've been here, And now, must I say it ?—Adieu. APTEE HABEIAGE. Oil, Meg, you are heavy—I'm tired; Go sit in the rocker, I pray; Your weight seems a hundred and ninety When your plump down in that sort of way; You had better be mending my coat sl...
The Kapunda Herald. TUESDAY, MARCH 12, 1878. THE APPROACHING GENERAL ELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 12 March 1878
Wife Hauuittta fremiti. TUESDAY, MARCH 12, 1878. THE APPEOACHIJSTa GENERAL ELECTIONS. At the time of writing we are not aware of the precise date at which the ensuing elections will take place ; nor do we know in what darticular batch the Light, Wooroora, and. other adja cent districts may be placed, though we believe our own district will be in cluded in the second batch. We do, however, know that it cannot be long before the electors mil have to exer cise the prerogative confided to them of ma,Icing choice of those who are to represent thein in the House of As sembly for the next three years. Iil connection with the exercise of this right there are two errors, one or other of which is apt to be fallen into. There are those who begin to agitate the subject so early that ere the elec tion actually takes place its chief in terest appears to have lapsed, and in difference thus gradually steals over the minds of those who a short time pre viously took a lively interest in elec toral af...
HAMILTON. SATURDAY, MARCH 2. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 12 March 1878
HAMILTON. Satttbday, Maech 2. Present—All. Letter from District Coun cil, asking Council's co-operation in repairing Boundary-road. Wort already in progress. From owner part Section 1592, declining to sell road through, his property. Council de cided to take no further steps in the matter. Circular from Secretary Midland Road Board tb proposed expenditure of £16,000 on con struction. Mrs. Barnes applied for permission to fence across road near her place. Per mission granted, on condition that slip-panel be made. Slaughtering licenses granted to Messrs. Hyde and Miller. Mr. S. Dorring ton applied to hare approach made from his gate to metal, promising to pay £1 to same. To be done. ¥ord at Fox's Creek to be re paired. Ruts to be be filled in near Mr. J. Dorrington's.' Receipts,. £52 Is. 6ci. Pay ments, £37 16s.. 4d. A little girl, the other day, -while watching the rain, turned to her mother and said : " Ma, I guess the weatlier's so. ■warm it's melting the cfouds."" little lady of s...
REUTER'S TELEGRAMS. LONDON, March 7. Received March 8, 11.55 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 12 March 1878
EEUTEB'S TELEGRAMS. JjONDOK", MareK 7. Received March 8. 11.55 ra.in. The war indemnity to be paid by Turkey is now stated to be 1,410, 000,000 silver roubles, or more than £200,000,000 sterling. It is expected that a European Peace Congress "will be held at Berlin under the presidency of Prince Bismarck, instead of the Conference at Baden-Baden. . LONDON", March 8. During a long debate in the House of Lords, Earl Derby said that the treaties of Paris of 1856 and of 1871 were binding until Europe sanctioned a substitute. He expressed a hope that the Conference would effect a European and not merely a Russian settlement of the late difficult issue. He also stated that it was uncertain whether the new province of Bulgaria would include territory bordering on the _5£gean Sea. LONDON, March 9. iDarl Derby, in reply to a question in the House of Lords, confirmed the report that the European Conference would be held in Berlin. He also stated that Austria opened negotiations jointly with E...
GILBERT. MONDAY, MARCH 4. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 12 March 1878
GILBERT Monday. ^VTarch 4. Present—All but Cr. Grant-. Circular from Crown Land Office, •with copy of report rela tive to Colorado beetle ; also proposed expen diture of £16,000 on construction from Mid land Road Board. Chairman to attend Board meeting. Mr. J. Inglis tendered his resigna tion as Surveyor to district owing to ill-health. Clerk to convey thanks of the Council for his long services, and forward cheque £10 10s. as an acknowledgment of the faithful discharge of liis duties. Each Councillor to superin tend works in his ward pending appointment of Overseer. Tenders—Forming' and metal ling, Shearer's, "R-. Kennedy, £318s. per chain ; repairs, Nicholls & Harris's, M. Stundon, £6 5s. 6d., lump sum ; building hut, Ceme tery, C. Bannear, £30 6s.; forming and metalling, Meatke and Kelly's, W. Ginnan, £4 per chain. Receipts, £3618s.; payments, £L08 3s. 6rf. ♦
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 12 March 1878
FRIDAY, MARCH 15. AT THE RESIDENCE OP MR. HOWARD, SEAR THE DAM. HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. LISTOtf, SHAKES, & CO. have received instructions from Mr. Howard to sell by auction, at his residence, near the dam, at half-past 2 o'clock sharp— All his new and excellent HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE and EFFECTS, com prising— Loo, Dining, and Dressing Tables Horsehair Couch, Easy Chairs Cane-seated Chairs Bedsteads and Bedding Double Cot, Chest Drawers Carpets, Eender and Fire-irons "Waghsbands and Chamber sets 200-gailon Tank Glass, China, Hitchen Utensils And sundries. Without reserve. * TUESDAY, MARCH 19. GENUINE CLEARING OUT SALE. AT THE FARM, ABOtfT THREE MILES WEST OF KATUNDA. GOOD DRAUGHT HORSES, IMPLE MENTS, HAY, &c. T ISTON, SHAKES, & CO. 1 A have been favored with instructions from Mr. Wm. Pollard (who is leaving the district) to sell by auction, as above, at half past 1 o*clock— All his excellent DRAUGHT STOCK, IMPLEMENTS, &c., comprising— Bay Mate, Flower, 6 yea...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 12 March 1878
Business Directory. KAPCSDA. BENHAM, W. H., Solicitor, Notary Public, &c., Main-street. Money to lend on property under the Ileal Property Act, or otherwise, at lowest rate of interest. T) RE WSTER, R., Wine, Spirit, and General Merchant, Brewster's Build ings, Main-street. Agent for Salter's and other Wines. BRUCE, JOHN A., Auctioneer, Land, Loan, and General Commission Agent. Money to Iiend in large or small sums. T\UMBRECK, THOMAS, Tanner 1 ' and Cnrrier, near Morning Star. Leather of every description on hand and to order. Bark, Hides, and Skins, &c., bought. BTJMBRECK & McLENNAJST, Tanners and Curriers, Burra-road, (late Frith'e). Bark, Bides, &c., bought. Leather on sale or to order—first quality. EMERSON, Mr., Solicitor, Main street, Kapunda. Money to lend on Mortgage or Deposit of Deeds. AWCETT'S SOOTHING POWDERS, for Children Teething. Sold in Packets at One Shilling; or by post for Seven Stamps. Address, I1. Fawcett, Chemist, Kapunda. /^MEEN...
MAIL NOTICES. Post-Office, Kapunda. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 12 March 1878
MAIL NOTICES. Post-Office. TTarmndn,. Mails' close at this Office as under— For Adelaide and intermediate places, 6-45 a.m., 9.45 a.m., and 3.50 p.m. For AHaiidale, Hamilton, Marrabel, Saddle worth, and places on the Burra-road at 10 p.m. daily. Mails arrive at this office as under:— From Adelaide and intermediate places, at 10.45 a.m., 1.45 p.m., and 6-55 p.m. From Adelaide and intermediate places, at 10.15 a.m., 1.45 p.m., and 6.55 p.m. From Allandale, Hamilton, Marrabel, Saddleworth, and places on the Burra-road, at 3.10 p.m. From Bagot's Well, Hansborough,Eudunda and Government Well, 8 p.m. From St. John's and Koonunga, at 10.35 a.m., on Tuesdays, Thursdavs, and Saturdays. OVERLAND MAIL. The Overland Mail to Victoria closes at Kapunda at 9.58 a.m., every Tuesday, Thurs day, and Saturday ; ¥ew South. Wales via Wentwortli on Fridays at 6.40 a.m. Single letter to Victoria, or any other colony, 2d.
DISTRICT COUNCILS. LIGHT. SATURDAY, MARCH 2. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 12 March 1878
DISTBICT COUNCILS. » LIGKHT. Satuedat, Mabch 2. Present—All. Mr. Cullman to be re quested to allow £1 towards conveyance of new road, on account of taking land on the northern side of river. Letters received from Mudla "Wirra District Council, asking co-opera tion in repairing road near River Light. To enquire the number of Section near which the work is required. Letter from Stockport District Council, asking co-operation in repair ing the ford over the Light near Stockport. This Council will pnv one-third of cost. Re ceived from Gilbert District Council, parti culars of account referred back ; to be paid. Mr. Laintoll was authorised to let the repairs of the ford near Section No. 5. Tenders to be called for sundry works.