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MUNICIPAL CORPORATION. SPECIAL MEETING. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 30. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 6 December 1867

MUNICIPAL CORPORATION. SPECIAL MEETING. Satubdat, NOVEMBER 30. Present-His Worship the Mayor, the Mayor Elect (Councillor Pearce), and aU the Coun cillors. His Worship the retiring Mayor swore ia the Mayor Elect as Mayor of Kapunda for the en suing year; and after he bad also signed the de claration, His Worship the retiring Mayor in stalled His Worship the Mayor ia the chair, amidst the acclamation of those present. His Worship the Mayor expressed his sorrow that in tbe ec suing year he should not have the valuable assistance of the present Councillors, with whom he had been associated daring the past year; but he hoped that all the new Coun cillors would pull together and do what they could for the welfare of the town. Councillor Rowett asked what was to become of the contracts taken by St. George, who had been sentenced to three months'imprisonment, and had not paid his workmen. It was mentioned that St. George's brother TT88 wishing to take up the contracts and carry them out, o...

Publication Title: Kapunda Herald And Northern Intelligencer
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THE MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 6 December 1867

THE MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS. ' Kapunda presented a more than usually lively aspect on Monday last, owing to the excitement which attended the Municipal elections this year in consequence of the large number of civic re presentatives who had to be elected. The polling commenced at 9 o'clock, and closed at 5; by which time 135 votes had been polled in the North Ward, 111 in the East Ward, 84 in the South Ward, and 103 in the West, The scrutiny commenced at 6 o'clock, and shortly after half-past 7 the Mayor was in a position to declare the state of the poll to the number of persons who had congregated to learn the results, which were as follow WEST WARD. J. E. Mellor 53 J. Francis J. Rowett J. Crase Informal SO 44 25 nil His Warship, therefore, declared Messrs Mellor and Francis to be duly elected as Councillors for. the West Ward. SOUTH WARD. James Harden 50 JohnRowe ... 43 J. D.Gates 40 Informal 1 His Worship declared Messrs Harden and R?we duly elected to fill the important office of Co...

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MONDAY, DECEMBER 2. [Before W. Oldham, Esq., J.P., and W. Lewis, Esq., J.P. UNSATISFIED JUDGMENTS. QUIGG T. KEENEHAN. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 6 December 1867

MONDAY, DECEMBER 2. [Before W. Oldham, Esq., J.P., sod W. Lewis, Esq., J.P. UNSATISFIED JUDGMENTS. QCIGG T. KEENEHAN. Unsatisfied debt of £3 5s. 7d. Mr O'Halloran, for the defendant; pointed out that the judgment given was for a larger sum than the amount originally sued far, which, he maintained, could not be done. On the Court saying they could not reopen the question as to the amount of the verdict, Mr O'Halloran said he should hare to take steps to obtain a rehearing of the case; meanwhile he would ask for the defendants evidence to be taken as to how the debt was contracted. Martin Keenehan examined. By the Bench-The account was paid. Origi nally, twelve months back, Mrs Quigg sued him for JEl 7B., to which she did not appear, and then she sued him for £2 7s., whereas he had not since had any dealings with her, and he really owed Mrs. Quigg nothing, but she owed him lid. Mrs. Quigg asked for immediate payment, as the debt had been standing so long. Keenehan said he had six in f...

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SCRAPS. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 6 December 1867

SCRAPS. PRECOCIOUS,-An urchin, leading a small dog along the streets some days ago, was accosted by a gentleman as follows " Well, my son, what's your dog's name ?" " Hain't got any yet." " Well, why don't you name him ? Give him some good name. Call him Andy Johnson." "I don't like to dp that-'twould be disre spectful to the President." " Well, then, name him Beast Butler." "I won't do that, neither, for that would be disrespect ful to the dog.'3: EXTREME DELICACY.-" Is there any thing the matter ? " " There is, sir,'' was the liust's reply. "Have I given any offence ? " " You have, sir." " Really I am ignorant of it." " Well, sir, let me tell you such language won't suit here, sir." My dedr sir, what language ? We were, only talking of soup." " Yes, sir, but you said ox- tail! " "Well, suppose I did ??" " Why, sir, it's that very word that sent all the ladies blushing out of the room-it's highly unbecoming language very improper indeed." '< But, my dear sir, what would ...

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ADELAIDE CORN MARKET. Adelaide, December 5, 1867. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 6 December 1867

ADELAIDE CO UN MARKET. Adelaide, December 5, 1867, Wheat has been very scarce during tiie week, end the price has still further advanced. Sales have been made at 5/9 per bushel lor pjnpment, and holders .ask 6/ per busbel, Flour is like wise in good demand, and held for higher rates. Bran and Pollard are getting scarce. There is no demand for Barley and Oats. Our quotations to-day are as '.follow: Wheat in town, 5/7 to 5/8 per bushel; ditto.at Port, 5/9 to 6/; l?lour, £14 to £15 per ton ; Bran, /10 per bushel: Pollard, l/l; Cape Barley, 2/ to 2/3; English ditto, 3/6 to 4/; Oats, 3/ to 4/,. A. P. CHRISTEN & CO.

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PARLIAMENTARY. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 6 December 1867

PAKLIAMENTAR Y. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. On Tuesday, after the reply of the . Duke of Edinburgh to the Council's addresB bad been read by the President, Mr Baker moved that the proprietors of the ^Register, or any of them, should; be summoned to appear at the bar of the House, to answer any questions put to them as to an article published by theai on the evidence taken. by the Select Committee with reference to the police and the cause of Major Warbur ton's Tesig-' nation, before the report of such Committee had been brought up and submitted to the House, which the mover characterized as a gross breach of the privileges of the House. The President ruled that the article com plained of was a breach of privilege, and said the information had not been supplied by the officers of that House or the reporter of the Committee. Captain Bagot seconded the motion, and Mr Bagot opposed it, moving the previous question, which was seconded by Mr Morgan, the mover of the amendment ridiculing the idea...

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THE KAPUNDA HERALD. Friday, December 6th, 1867. WANTED, A FIRE BRIGADE. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 6 December 1867

THE KAPTJNDA HERALD. Friday, December 6tb, 1667. WANTED, A FIRE BRIGADE. It is astonishing with what torpidity the residents of Kapunda move in the matter of protection from the ravages of fire although we would imagine that as self preservation is one of the first laws of nature, that of preservation of property and life together would not be the very last on the legal code. But so it appears to be. Last year a temporary furor on the subject was got up, which was somewhat increased in intensity bj a fire which though really not of very small proportions was as nothing compared to what it would have been but for a providential change of wind at the most critical j uncture. Like burnt children we then dreaded the fire, but as we have happily enjoyed a lengthened immunity from a recurrence of the calamity, the] ancient and agreeable lethargic feeling of j " don't trouble me" appears to have once i again gained the ascendancy. True, after a lengthened correspondence i our Corporation o...

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AUBURN. December 4, 1857. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 6 December 1867

AUBURN. [From a Correspondent.! December 4, 1857. I The weather lately has been all that could be desired. Many of our farmers are calling out about the red-rust, but it is generally thought that it will not do ao much barm as was at first anticipated. The young meu in connection with our Mutual Improvement Society are making pre parations for their conversazione, which takes place to-morrow. Special services in connection with the Pres byterian cause here are to be held in the Town Hall on Sunday next, when the Rev. J. Gordon, from Gawler, will preach. On the Monday a tea meeting will take place, to be followed by a public meeting. The Bev. W. Davidson, of Glare, delivered a very interesting and instructive lecture in the Town Hall on Wednesday, 27th ult., on the "Council of Treat and the Holy Scriptures." The Hall was very well filled. The Key. J. Bock occupied the chair, and in opening the meeting, delivered a very able address. The! meeting was brought to a close by pinging the ...

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THE TOWN COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 6 December 1867

THE TOWN COUNCIL. Save and except so far as our protest against the illegality of tbe recent elections is concerned (and of which we have not changed our opinion, although we drop that subject for the present) we have to record the intelligence that the Muni cipal team has been once again completed Of course it cannot be expected that this team will at first pull so well together as that which was lately in harness, because so large a majority of them being fresh to office they will have much of routine and precedent to acquire, their want of expe rience in which will doubtless cause some of them to tick over tbe traces before they finally put their shoulders to the °° With respect to the result of the elec tions we candidly confess that we are some-, what deceived in one or two instances but if those thus returned prove themselves to be the right men in the right places, we. shall be glad to ackhowledge our error, and give credit to those ratepayers whose energy has: ddubtless led ...

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DISTRICT COUNCILS. GILBERT. MONDAY, DECEMBER 2. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 6 December 1867

DISTKICT COUNCILS. GILBERT. MONDAY, DECEMBER 2. Present-All members. Received, letter from Mr Gluyae, stating that no action had been taken to open road through Reserve Section 779; also from Mr H. C. Haynes, requesting permission to erect a tent on District Road, near Appleton granted. Chairman to attend Appropriation meeting of Central Road Board. Receipts, £6 17/; payments, .£99 9/.

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MOUNT PLEASANT. December 3, 1867. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 6 December 1867

MOUNT PLEASANT. fProm oar own Correspondent. | December 3,1867. I lave but sorry news to give of the crops in our 'vicinity, for the red-rust and take-all are sweeping off entire sections. In the neigh bourhood of Tuhgklllo there are many blocks Which will not yield a bushel per acre; and even some of the more fortunate farmers will be satis fied with obtaining enough for seed and to make flour for their own consumption. The South Bhine is similarly afflicted, though not to so alarming an extent as is the country lying be tween Mount Barker and Tungkillo. Several parties have lately left for Albury, one batch consisting of nineteen souls. Some of th® departed were unfortunately in so great a : v buriy that they had not time to pay sundry small; Accounts. v.. The Presbyterians celebrated their anniver sary on Sunday last, the Rev. John Gardner preaching morning and evening to large congre gations. On Monday the usual concomitant, .a tea-meeting, was held in the schoolroom, and ap pea...

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HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 6 December 1867

HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY. On Tuesday the Speaker read the reply of the Duke of Edinburgh to the address from that House. After some other business bad been transacted the Treasurer, in reply to Mr Fisher, stated that certain medical gentlemen had recommended the remission of a portion of the sentence on Air Wildman, but that His Excellency declined to comply with the request. The Insolvency Laws Amendment Bill was read a second tune and passed through Com mittee. On the motion for the adoption of the report of the Committee of the whole House on the Appropriation Bill, Mr Strangways asked that the Bill might be recommitted, ia order that the expenses attendant on the reception of the Duke of Edinburgh might be included. The present House had given the Government carte blanche in the matter, and it was to the interest of the Government and the members to settle the ques tion at once instead of leaving it to anoLber Parliament. The Treasurer declined to take Mr Strangways* advice, and the re...

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KOORINGA. December 4, 1867. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 6 December 1867

KOOHINGA. fErom ou 0TO Correspondent.! December 4, L«6", Knowing that the state of the crops is a subject of deep interest to your district, it will be eatisfactoiy for you to learn that notwith standing the great outcry which has been raised about the diseases which have been said to prevail in various parts of the colony, such cala mitous visitations are unknown here. The crops are all healthy and abundant, and the esti mated yield is twenty bushels to the acre on the average, but in some first-class situations from twenty-three to twenty-eight; whilst it is believed that the hay crop will average generally over two tons to the acre. Several calamitous bu«h fires, fortunately suppressed before doing extensive damages, have recently occurred, and caused much anxiety to stockholders. It is rumoured that the operations at the Burra Mine are to be partially extended; and to judge from the immense quantity of firewood continually arriving, there would appear to be some truth in the rep...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 6 December 1867

AT THE SIR JOHN FRANKLIN YARDS. KAPUNDA. On SATURDAY, DECEMBER 14. AT TWELVE O'CLOCK. TENK1N COLES is instructed by " J. S. Browne, Esq., to sell by auction, ate above, in consequence of his removing to Ka punda- 3-v i Eour-wheel Double Seated AMERICAN BTJGGY, -with Hood, Pole, Shafts, &c^ V ... complete, and in first-class ordf r 1 Newport Pagnell, verylight 1 Box Cart, with Hay Frame, &c, &c. . . Ploughs, Boiler, Harrows, &c. 1 Chaffcutter, 1 Washing Machine Single and Double Harness . Swingletrees, Plough Harness, &c. A1SO, The well-known HORSE, "PADDY," tho roughly Sound and Stanch.. Any trial given 1 Thorough-bred Pony Entire, very quiet AND ?: A Lot of SundriesL - Terms-Approved Bills at Three Months for .1 ~ ? sums over £20. ON SATURDAY, DECEMBER 14, AT TWO O'CLOCK. ON THE PREMISES OF MESSRS. JACKMAN -AND HARWOOD, CABINETMAKERS, KAPUNDA. - IN CONSEQUENCE OF DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP. TENKIN COLES has been instructed v to sell by auctio...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 6 December 1867

1 A 1 D.£> » 8 ' in. the ? v .a?^V miRAlD.-The following is on Advertisements ^ ^ KAPUNDA; SERAIiD, #hefi prepaid : .6,7, and fi t , . : ' . * 1 insertions...) ®"* T Shilling, or 25 percent 9, l0, 4nd 11) , . .. iluelrtioaB ,..) si"-lI|tbeShillmg,or29^percent " Insertion > , . . . faring .'flirt®, j ^ T theShilliag, orssfpfereent Thfe Scale of Charges Is asfollows:- < Two lines ... One ShiHing. Three lines ... One Shilling and Sixpence. IWlmfes ... Two Shillings. ? ... Two Shillingsmd'Sixpence. > . ?... Two Shillings and Sixpence. Each line more Fourrpence. i; ^K'^QrTable-work Advertisementsjchargec »t Bixpence per line throughout. ."Th® KAPtUfDA HERALD has now an exten Tf -^eolation "P over the Northern Country, ^^?W^*^She&dA'Log^jGfeBock, Knri 7'North and Auburn, Mintaro Leas : Peiiirortlu^ C3^;]^«TUit , .j^^^rkable, PortAugusta BedTO^ Xoormga, i ,B|«5K8^nhg8,' Apoihga, Tothills' Creefcj Hamil fading, Wallaroo, and. the Stations in the1" iTfefcdifth. ' ...

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ADELAIDE AGENCY. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 6 December 1867

ADELAIDE AGENCY. Messrs. SIMS & ELLIOTT, Printers, Crawler Place, Adelaide, Lave been ap pointed as the Adelaide Agents for the KAPUNDA Herald, ftom whom copies of that journal may be obtained, and by whom subscriptions, orders for advertisements, &q.J will be received. KAPUNDA MARKET PRICES, *'Kapunda Herald" Office, Friday, December 6, Wheat 5/4 to 5/6 per btf*feel Flour per ton, £15 to £16 Ditto per bag, 34a Bread, per 2lb loaf, 4£d Ditto per lb 2d Bran per bushel, 1/1 Pollard par bushel, 1/4 Hay, p$r ton- 25s to 30s Beef per lb,-3d to 4d Mutton, ditto, 2d and 3d Pork, ditto, ditto 5d to 6d Steaks, and chops ditto, 4d Hams ditto, Is 9d bacon ditto, 8d Butter per lb-Fresh, 8d Eggs per dozen, /7 Potatoes, new: 1 jd per lb. 9/ per cwt. Cherries, 8d. per. lb. Goosberies, 6d. per. qt. Geese, 4s 6d to 5s scarce Turkeys, 4s to 5s

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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 6 December 1867

WEEKLY CALENDAR. . Day of Month and Week. Satday., Dec. 7 Sunday, " 8 Monday, 41 Tuesday, " WedneBdy," Thursday, " Friday, " SUN. Eises. Sets. a.m. 4.44 4.44 4.44 4.44 4.45 4.45 4.45 p.m. 7. 0 7. 1 7. 2 7. 2 7. 3 7. 4 7. 5 MOON. Rises. Sets, p.m. ,2.20 3.22 4.28 5.35 6.43 7.48 8.49

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 13 December 1867

Uollomay's Ointment and - Bad Legs.-Any unnatural discharge from the skin is at all times disagreeable, but in hot weather it becomes irritating-sometimes of fensive. Bad legs, old wounds, scrofula, and scorbutic eruptions pre cooled, soothed, and cured by Holloway's Ointment. It at once arrests all diseases of the surface by purifying and re gulating the circulation in their neighbourhood, by giving energy to the nerves of the affected part, and by expelling all poisonous and noxious matters. It ejects the seedB of all virulent eruptions and ulcerations, and thus confers no partial or temporary boon, but a complete and permanent cure. By means of these remedies all sufferers may aim at attaining health, and will invaribly succeed.-Advi. Jk VV A it JN 1 .N u. DO you suffer from physical iucapacity? Are you sufferii g from neivous debility? Have you been the guilty vic'tim of any secret vice? Do you suffer from a set of symptoms nearly akin more or less to the following A pretty fair...

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GOLDEN GIFTS. CHAPTER XXVI. THE GOLD FEVER. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 13 December 1867

OOLDEJV GIFTS. n . u ? BY THE ATJTSOE OF." MAKIAKu TEBMONT TALE;" ETC., ETC. CHAPTER XXVI* '0<3!h:e gold teveb. BEFOBE the summer was over-before the hot winds had passed' sering with their fiery breath the green leaves, the verdant grass, and the fragrant flowers, burning up the roses and their stems, and withering the fairer blossoms like the grass-before autumn lent its tints to the fruit trees, and the green and purple clusters peeped forth from the clustering vine leaves-William Aland had settled for ever the doubts, that were embittering his existence; he knew now all he feared: Edith was nothing, could be nothing to him. She had given herself to another. He could scarcely be angry even when he knew the worst, for Edith had never given his attentions the slightest encourage ment From the first morning of their introduction till the very last moment there had been anything but preference shown. Edith was stanch; stanch as Lizzie said to her principles, sometimes stan...

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PARLAMENTARY. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 13 December 1867

PAUL M-lilff T AK Y. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. On Tuesday, on the motion of Air J. H* Barrow, it was resolved that an address should, be transmitted to His Excellency, requesting him to appoint a, Special Commission to take, evidence on the question of rust, aud other, diseases in the cereal crops. . ; The Chief Secretary's motion f »r the suspen sion of the Standing Orders to allow of the* Council passing Bills through all their stages without delay, was, at the wish of the Council^ postponed until :the following Friday (to-day). The Marriage Bill was read a second tiine; Captain Bagot gave notice of two amendment* -the one requiring the names of parties about to be married to be posted »d in a conspicuous-, place ia the Registrar's office, and the other fixing the hours within which marriages should be celebrated. Mr J. Baker brought up the report of the Select Committee on the dismissal of Major: Warburton, to the effect that he had been un fairly treated and unjustly dismissed, aud r...

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