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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 29 October 1864

NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC. Intending Subscribers to the Kapunda Herald are requested to sign and date the   annexed form of order, and forward the same to our office at once:—   ORDER FOR FURNISHING THE "KAPUNDA HERALD."     October , 1864. Sr—1 request you to put my name on the list of Subscribers to the KAPUNDA HERALD, and to send me that paper from this date until further notice.   Yours, &c.,   ( Signed)   TOBACCO! TOBACCOO!! TOBACCO!!!     BARRETT'S TOBACCO, 4s. per lb. 46 At STO?IE & THOMSON'S     JAMES WHITE     LAND, LOAN, & COMMISSION AGENT,   KAPUNDA. Six Hundred Acres of Land now on hand for   Sale in various Hundreds within twenty-miles of Kapunda. 52 WHITE & GOODCHILD,   AUCTIONEERS AND STOCK SALESMEN,   GAWLER AND KAPUNDA, Au...

Publication Title: Kapunda Herald And Northern Intelligencer
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CLEARED OUT. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 22. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 29 October 1864

CLEARED OUT. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 22     GOLD SEEKEK, brigantine, Fielding, Port Willunga. FIREFLY, cutter, Meperoy, Australian   Bight.   ALEXANDER, schooner, T. Reid, Cape Jervis OMEO, schooner, A. Reid, Yorke's Peninsula. MONDAY, OCTOBER 24. JOHN MCDOUALL STUART, schooner, Love, Port Onkaparinga. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 25 DAIMIO, ship, Nott, Port Wakefield. ATREVIDA, barque, C. H. Bissett, Sydney.   Wheat and other produce. CULDEE, barque, Owen Williams, Callao. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 26. RONA, brig, J. Leys, Guam; breadstuffs.   PENOLA, steamer, F.P. Snewin, Melbourne, via Ports Robe and MacDonnell. Breadstuffs. ALEXANDRA, Steamer, H. Granger, King George's Sound ; cargo, merchandize; CUSTOMS RECEIPTS for the week ended 22nd   October, 1864:— Port Adelaide— Spirits .....................................£1,820 5 0 Tobacco and cigars.................... 178 8 9 Miscellaneous—Fixed duties.. ......... 825 9...

Publication Title: Kapunda Herald And Northern Intelligencer
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MINING SHARE LIST. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 29 October 1864

MINING SHARE LIST.   Mine. Shares. Price,   Stephens........2,000 ............£2 5s to £3 5s East Kapunda.3,000.............. At par       Lacamore...... 2,800 ... .......£2 10s. to £3. Allen's Creek—enquired after.

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KAPUNDA MARKET PRICES. "Kapunda Herald Office," Friday evening, October 28. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 29 October 1864

KAPUNDA MARKET PRICES. "Kapunda Herald Office," Friday evening,   October 28. GRAIN AND FODDER— Wheat per bushel, 6s 3d Barley, Cape, do 3s 2d Ditto English, ditto, no quotations Hay, new, per ton—No quotations Ditto-old, loose, ditto £3 Ditto trussed, ditto £3 5s Ditto chaffed, ditto £4 Flour per ton, £23 to £24   Ditto per bag, 48s to 50s Ditto per lb 3½d Bread, per 2lb loaf,   Bran per bushel, 1s 5d. Pollard per lb 1s 7d   PROVISIONS—   Beef, per lb, 4d to 5d . Mutton ditto, ditto Veal ditto, 5d to 6d Pork ditto, ditto Steaks and chops ditto,6d Hams and bacon ditto, 19d Turkeys each, 6s to 6s 6d Geese ditto, 6s Ducks, scarce   Fowls, per pair, 2s       Potatoes, old, 6s 6d to 8s ?? per cwt. Ditto new, 14s ditto . Eggs per dozen, 7d Butter per lb, 9d FRUIT AND VEGETABLES— Apples per, 4d to 6d Loquats ditto, 8d   Oranges, 1d to 4d each Lemons, 1d to 3d d...

Publication Title: Kapunda Herald And Northern Intelligencer
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INTERCOLONIAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 29 October 1864

INTERCOLONIAL NEWS, In reference to Miss Dickson, the lady   "turfite" who has been arrested on a charge   of horsestealing, the correspondent of the Yass Courier says :—" It is a great pity she should have condescended to figure on the turf, but she told me she was driven to do it in order to relieve her farther from certain liabilities; and I have reason to know she has already paid off £1,500 out of her winnings. She has been lucky with horses generally, and equally as lucky in the law courts to which she has been obliged to drag certain sporting characters whose consciences are not over tender. Miss Dickson is a well-educated woman and those who have been in her company know how bright is her intelligence. She is the most complete mistress of satire I have ever met, well versed in politics, and acquainted with the characteristics of our leading men. She is, in fact, what I term a superior woman." In a recent number of the Newcastle Chronicle, we find th...

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BRITISH AND FOREIGN. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 29 October 1864

BRITISH AND FOREIGN. Although the October mail has been so long to hand as to preclude us from offering the following selection, as THE NEWS of the month, it was thought that something in the nature of a summary, yet embracing scattered notices of   a general kind might prove acceptable to those of our readers who had been subscribers to that   Northern Star; especially as the career of that paper terminated just previously to the arrival of the mail. The Prince of Prussia has received a medal for the courage he displayed in saving the life of a soldier who was drowning.     A German church at Joliette, Canada, was struck by lightning on the 31st of July, while the congregation were as- sembled. Eight persons were killed and eleven injured. A London pedestrian, known as the " Surrey Novice " has performed the feat of walking 100 miles in 22 hours 37   minutes. Prince Humbert, the eldest son of Victor Emmanuel, is likel...

Publication Title: Kapunda Herald And Northern Intelligencer
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THE PARLIAMENT. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 25. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 29 October 1864

THE PARLIAMENT.     LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 25. A message from the Governor-in-Chief was received, in reply to the address for postponing the confirmation of Mr. Goyder's valuations. It stated that due consideration would be given to   all petitions setting forth any grievances com- plained of, but that the Governor could not indefinitely postpone the performance of his duty under the law which has hitherto guided his advisers. In Reply to Mr. Barrow, the Chief Secretary stated that the Government had appealed against the decision of the Police Court, in reference to the Morphett-street fracas.   The Customs Bill was returned with amend- ments : and the Licensed Victuallers Act Amend- ment Bill introduced from the House of. As-   sembly, and read a first time.   The Convicts Prevention Act was also re-   ceived, but the President disallowed its recep-   tion, on the ...

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THURSDAY, OCTOBER 27. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 29 October 1864

THURSDAY, OCTOBER 27 Several petitions were presented from lessees   of the Crown. The Chief Secretary said that the Resident Commissioner in the Northern Territory had sull power to suspend any officer for misbe- haviour, but that there was no present prospect of military protection for the place. Amended Customs Bill agreed to; Payment of Troops Bill, second reading and consideration In Committee; Assessment on Stock Bill, third reading: first readings of Bush Fires Bill, Sale of Railways Bill, Convicts Prevention Bill, and   Marine Board Bill. First reading of a Bill introduced by Mr. Davenport, to legalize the use of stills in manufacture of perfumery. In- dustrial and Provident Societies Bill passed in Committee, except fourth clause.

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HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 25. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 29 October 1864

HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 25 Various petitions were presented ; two for placing, certain cross roads in Onkaparinga and Nairne on the schedule of main roads; two directed against the Friendly Societies Bill;   one from Stathalbyn for parcelling out the   Crown Lands in the Hundreds; and three from lessees of the Crown, praying for a Select Com- mittee. Mr. Lindsay gave notice of motion for a new jetty at Yankalilla. In reply to Mr. C0lton, the Commissioner of Public Works said that the Noarlunga Jetty was not yet, but soon would be lengthened. In answer to a question, the At- torney-General stated that the Port Augusta Railway Bill had been drafted, and would soon be considered. Mr. Strangways called the attention of the Government to an alleged want of delicacy in some magistrates, who, though not in the habit of attending the Police Court, nevertheless came on the Bench to adjudicate in cases of more than usual interest. This very naturally brou...

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WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 26. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 29 October 1864

WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 26       Petitions were presented from the Royal Lodge of Oddfellows, against the Friendly Societies Bill; and from residents in Clarendon, praying for readjustment of electoral boundaries. In reply to Mr. Strangways, the Attorney-   General stated that the Government would do as they thought best with regard to the Morphett- street crossing. Mr. Duffield's motion, for £10,000 to complete the road from Mount Gambier to Port Mac-   Donnell was withdrawn; upon the understanding that the Government would take action in the matter. In reply to Mr. Coglin, the Commissioner of Crown Lands promised that due diligence should be used in eradicating the Scotch Thistles grow-   ing on Crown Land, wherever known, Mr. Strangways moved for an accurate exam- ination of the seaboard of the Northern Terri- tory before determining on the site of the future Settlement, and for two month's notice being give...

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THURSDAY, OCTOBER 27. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 29 October 1864

THURSDAY, OCTOBER 27 Petitions for roads from Angaston to South Rhine, and from Port Adelaide to Glenelg, were received. Numerous questions answered; motion passed   for increased accommodation to Legislative Council, but plans for new Houses of Parliament negatived. Consideration of Roads Bill in Committee. Order for issuing a writ for filling up vacancy in East Adelaide, caused by resignation of Mr. Bakewell.

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LOCAL MINING INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 29 October 1864

LOCAL MINING INTELLIGENCE. The Kapunda Mine has doubtless been the principal cause of the early progress of our town and its neighbourhood. It is gratifying to know that the old mine still not only holds its own, but that good pay- able lodes are being opened up in parts of the mine in which very little has hitherto been done.       The South Kapunda Mine, which lay idle for a number of years, is now being       worked by the lessees with profit to them-   selves and the proprietors. The Stephens Mine (so named after the late Mr. Edward Stephens, for some years manager of the South Australian Bank), is being worked by a local company. There   are at present about thirty tons of ore at the surface, which, we are informed, will   shortly be sold. Operations are being   carried on in two shafts in the mine, from which levels are being extended eastward. In S...

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LOCAL COURT, KAPUNDA. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1864. [Before J. S. Browne, Esq, S.M., and a Jury of Four. HALL [?]. WHITE. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 29 October 1864

LOCAL COURT, KAPUNDA. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 27. 1864. [Before J. S. Browne, Esq, S.M., and a Jury of Four. HALL v. WHITE. Mr. Palmer for plaintiff, Mr. Wigley for defendant. Adtson for breach of agree- ment for purchase of an eighty acre section belonging to plaintiff. Damages laid at £100. Copy of notice to defendant and his attorney to produce and admit certain documents bearing on the case, was put in by Mr. Palmer, and service of the same, by placing the notice under the closed door of defendant's office, on the night of Sept. 19, was proved by Mr. Palmers clerk. The same witness proved the service of a subpoena on Mr. Goodchild to attend the Court, but it, appeared that no tender of expenres was made. Mr. Goodchild being then called, did not answer to his name. An agreement of sale, from plaintiff to defendant dated August 12, was then produced, which Mr. Wigley refused to admit, on the plea that the notice was bad. After considerable discussion upon the question of submitting to a...

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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 27. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 29 October 1864

GOVE RNMENT GAZETTE. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 27. Proclamation closing the cemetery of the   Congregational Chapel, Kensington-road. Proclamation constituting a new ward at Port Adelaide, to be named Centre Ward. Proclamation appointing Edward Bentley, Police-corporal, to be Registrar of Dogs for Dis- trict, 63, Overland Corner. Proclamations filtering the days for holding the Local Courts at Gawler and Salisbury from Monday to Tuesday, and from Tuesday to Friday. APPOINTMENTS.—To be constable in Mounted   Police—Henry Herbert vice Neynoe, dismissed. Mr. W. G. McCullagh as Clerk of Local Court, Kadina, vice Karuth, resigned: and Mr. James Lang as bailiff, Nov. 1, vice McCullagh, pro- moted. Messrs. R. H. Edmunds and H. E. Prankerd, as Surveyors, and Mr. C. Young as Postmaster and Clerk in the Northern Territ(ory.)

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 29 October 1864

HOLLOWAY'S OINTMENT AND PILLS.—   Alleviation and Cure.—The most loathsome sores, foulest ulcers, and most hopeless bad legs,   assume a healthier appearance after a very few applications of Holloway's cleansing and healing   ungent. It promptly improves the aspect, and, soon reduces the irritability, of old sluggish, ulcers which have fruitlessly exhausted the surgeon's skill and patient's endurance. By paying attention to the directions folded round each pot, the afflicted may easily and fearlessly guide their own ailments to a happy issue, and remove all further cause of trouble and anxiety. It is gratifying to watch the subsidence of inflam- mation, and the gradual decrease of swelling which occur through the cooling and sedative properties of this inestimable Ointment, aided by Hollway's Pills.   We are requested to call attention to Mr. C. von Bertouch's auction fair on Saturday, November 12, at Tanunda; of which an adver- ti...

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THE WILL OF THE PEOPLE. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 29 October 1864

THE WILL OF THE PEOPLE. The following remarks of Mr. Roebuck in the late debate deserve attention. Englishman as he is, he tells some plain truths respecting Ire- land, It is a truth that were the Will of the People consulted the English Government would   be hunted out of Ireland in twenty-four hours. Why are not our Irish M.P.s as outspoken as Mr. Roebuck. Mr. Roebuck—I will endeavour !o recall the House to the subject which we are here to con- sider (hear, hear.) Well, then, the real matter in hand is this—that Prussia, and Austria, and the other States of Gemany, have interfered in   the internal affairs of an independent nation. It   is all very well for gentlemen here to take what is called the German side of the question, and talk about the oppression of Holstein and Sches- wig by Denmark. But I want to know if there be a kingdom to Europe that is not composed of different—nay, of hostile nationalities. Look at our own country. We conque...

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A METHOD OF HIVING BEES. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 29 October 1864

A METHOD OF HIVING BEES. Take a small dish with a handle and carefully lift a portion of the bees from the thickest part of the cluster, and turn them down in front of the hive; let this be done again and again until a quarter or so of the bees have been removed, by this time they will commence to call the others to their new domicile by humming in and out and making a continous buzzing sound with their wings. If the bees are then so scattered that the operator can do nothing more by dipping, and those at the hive continualy buzzing, he may take a handful of grass, or a bunch of leafy twigs, and strike them lightly, until they are all driven from the spot of clustering. They will then make a few circles in the air, and alight at the call of the others in front of the hive. If the queen is with them, they will s on all go up, become quiet, and may be removed to the stand. If an apiary is near large and high trees, the bee master will often have considerable difficulty in hiving his s...

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THE FARMER'S, GARDENER'S, AND VIGNERON'S CALENDAR. FOR THE MONTH OF OCTOBER. THE PLAINS. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 29 October 1864

THE FARMER'S, GARDENER'S, AND VIGNERON'S CALENDAR. FOR THE MONTH OF OCTOBER. THE PLAINS. The Farm.—October is the busy month for hay making. No time should be lost in getting it together after it is cut, as much hay is spoiled from lying long exposed after cutting. The best   time to commence mowing is when the blossom is just falling, and the farmers will do well to have the stacks thatched as soon as possible after they are finished. It will be desirable, if the land is not required for cattle to plough up the hay stubble, which will push the work on for next season. Look well to the Wheat, and endeavour to keep the weeds down if possible. Kitchen Garden. —Continue to sow French Beans, Tomatoes, Vegetable Marrows, Melons, and Cucumbers. Sow Radishes. Pinch off the runners of the early planted Marrows and Cucumbers. Thin out late crops of Carrots and Onions. Keep the weeds carefully eradicated, as they will now be seeding. Dig up early Potatoes, planting Marrows and Me...

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MISCELLANEA, [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 29 October 1864

MISCELLANEA. LOCOMOTIVE KITCHEN—HOW THE   CHRISTIAN COMMISSION DOES ITS   COOKING.—A sensation was caused in Third-street, by the appearance there of a cooking apparatus on four wheels, and drawn by two horses, which is intended to be used by the Christian Commission in the Army of-the Potomac. It has cook- ing facilities for four hundred me, and must prove an acceptable aid in the opera- lions of the Commission. The cooking- wagon consists of three boilers, for making     tea, coffee, and soup ; each boiler holding fourteen gallons, and capable while on the move, with good fuel, of boiling ten gal- lons each every twenty minutes—while stationary, twelve gallons in the same time (twenty minutes), which would be from ninety to one hundred and eight gallons per hour. The front or provision chest is fitted with japanned cans for holding re- spectively one hundred pounds of sugar, thirty pounds coffee, twelve pounds tea, twenty pounds ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 29 October 1864

TO ADVERTISERS in the   KAPUNDA HERALD.—The following is       the SCALE of DISCOUNTS on Advertisements in the KAPUNDA HERALD, when prepaid: —. 5,6,7, and 8} 3d. in the Shilling, or 25 per cent. insertions } 9,10, and 11} 3½d. in the Shilling or 29½ per cent. insertions } insertion } 4d. in the Shilling, or 33½ per cent during Qrtr} The Scale of Charges is as follows:—   Two lines ... One Shilling.   Three lines ... One Shilling and Sixpence. Four lines ... Two Shillings. Five lines ... Two Shillings and Sixpence.   Six lines ... Three Shillings. Each line more Four-pence. Figure, or Table-work Advertisements, charged at sixpence per line throughout. The KAPUNDA HERALD will have an exten- sive circulation all over the Northern Country, including Gawler, Sheaoak Log, Greenock, Nuri- ootpa, Angaston, Stockwell, Truro, North and South Rhine, Lyndoch Valley, Moorundee, Stock- port, Linwood, Gilber...

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