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DISTRICT COUNCILS. GILBERT. MONDAY, MARCH 18. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 26 March 1878

DISTRICT COUNCILS. I GILBERT. Mokdat, March 18. Present—All. Letter from Colleetoi aide Hospital, asking Council to subac the institution; to stand over. Mrs. Grafcli applied for slauglitcring licence; g Olerk reported grant-in-aid £106 7s. 8< £2 private subscription paid to Gounci Council. Sir. J. Kelly applied to ha proaeli made to main road near Mr. C to be attended to- Or. Mason's offer t tank and cement same for £10 accepter applications for the office of Overseer of Mr. Summer's accepted. Salary £35 J" num. Payments, £21 lis. 7d. T h biMjING I sci d ext.—Tke foUowin« ling incident is related in Hand and Not far from thirty thousand cavalry * a line. A little ehikl a girl of not mo< four years, standing in tlie front row <• tators either from fright or some other rushed out into the open field just as r dron of liussars came sweeping round the main body. They made the det the purpose of saluting the empress, carriage was drawn up in that part - ...

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ELECTION MEETING AT AUBURN. [From our own Correspondent.] [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 26 March 1878

ELECTION MEETING AT AUBURN. fFi'om ouv own Correspondent.] Messrs. Bright and Boswort-li addressed a meeting of the electors of Wooroora last, even - ing, in the Town Hall. There was a good attendance, about 120 being present. Mr. W- Taylor, Chairman of the Upper Wakefield District Council, presided. The Rev. C. W. Hawkins proposed a vote of thanks to the late members for their ser vices -, this was seconded by Mr. W. P. Long, supported by Mr. Bowden, and carried unani mously. Mr. Bright, in returning thanks, said that he was glad to hear that his past conduct had met with tbe approval of the District gen rally. He had always striven to do his dul and should he again be returned as the member he would act up to the same as in f past. He should advocate the borrowing money for reproductive public works. T1 money voted by the House of Assembly fc educational purposes was not divided faiii Adelaide and other large centres of populr tion getting by far the biggest share. IT thought the ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 26 March 1878

T OST, oil or about the 24th Feb ■ i ruarv, one Heavy Draught BAY GELDINQ-, shod on fore feet, branded FW, or WF, near shoulder; one BAY FIL LY, about four years old, branded JAL conjoined, with RD under near shoulder; one BAY FILLY about 18 months old, RD near shoulder; one ROAN GELDING-, brands not known, lame on off hind foot. A RE WARD of of 10s. per head for information leading to recovery, or £1 per head on de livery to the undersigned. Any one detaining the horses after this notice will be PROSECUTED. HEMSON BROS., near Kapunda. OR SALE, a Good HOTEL at North-West Bend, situated at the Railway Terminus, doing a first-class Bar business. For further particulars, apply to 17c JAMES SYMONS, Proprietor. WANTED, an intelligent, well educated YOUTH as an AP PRENTICE to the Printing. Apply at the Office of this Paper. SIR JOHN FRANKLIN HOTEL, kapunda. The Oldest Established Souse in Kapunda. WINES, SPIRITS, ALES, PORTER, &c., BEST QUALITY ONLY. This Hotel having been thoroug...

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MAGISTRATES' COURT, KAPUNDA. FRIDAY, MARCH 22, 1878. PRELIMINARY INVESTIGATION. [Before Mr. J. Elliott, J.P.] [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 26 March 1878

MAGISTRATES' COURT, JLAPUNDA. Feiday, Makch 22, 1878. PkeiiIMinaby Investigation. [Before Mr. J. Elliott, J.p.] Timothy j&Iurphy was charged on the infor mation. of George Bock, of Eudunda, with feloniously breaking into his house at Eu dunda, on the night o£ 20th March, and stealing therefrom certain vrines and cordials and small coins, the property of informant. Frederick Marsh, examined by Trooper O'Mahony—Was barman for Mr. Bock at Eudunda, he being the landlord of the Eu dunda Hotel. Knew the prisoner as being a person he had seen at Endunda on the 20th iust. He left some parcels with "witness in the bar, at 11 p.m., and asked to leave them till next morning. Placed the parcels in front of the counter alongside the window. Mr. Bock and another person was present at the time. Witness was about locking up the bar; on his doing so prisoner and the other man went into the tap-room. Prisoner left liis bundle in the bar. Was sure he did not take it out then. Witness then went...

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OLD COLOUR. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 26 March 1878

OLD COLOUR. By George Dabbeli. " Who breathes must suffer, and who thinks must mourn And lie alone is bless'd who ne'er was horn." "House up, George, old man; you look as melancholy as a dead-head witnessing a colo nial comedy-" *' Then, true to the dead-head principle, I must remain mournful. I can't laugh to order. It's not the thing. Pass the beverage ; I'm a little 'off colour.'" " And the cause thereof ? Hard hit over the ' Cup ?' too much of the " flowing ?' or " " No, Gurnet, no—the melody of the valse they are playing next door, awakened thoughts and remembrances of the long, long ago. More than a decade has passed away, and yet I can picture the golden curls on my shoulder, the blue eyes raised lovingly to iny own, as I danced the* night out and the daylight in with the one woman who was to me— The world's light: so fair and bright, And the bonniest of them all. Confound that fog, it's rough on the eyes. Shut the window." '• Fog! There's no fog—the atmosphere's as clear as ...

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The Kapunda herald. TUESDAY, MARCH 26, 1878. TO-MORROW'S MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 26 March 1878

Cf)t $*apuri&af|eratt>» TUESDAY, MARCH 26, 1878. TO-MOEROFS MEETING. Other districts bave been busy with electioneering matters for some time past, but so far affairs have been going on very quietly indeed in ,tbe District of Light, one reason for this being that it was generally supposed our three late members would again place their services at: the disposal ©f the electors, in. which case there would in all probability hare been a walk over. Last Friday's paper, however, conveyed the intelligence that both Messrs. Nock and Coles adhered by their previously expressed intention of retiring for. a time from public life, and now the question as to who are to become our next representatives be comes an exciting one. In order that this matter may be fully discussed, His Worship the Mayor has convened a meeting to be held at the Institute to-morrow evening, at which intending^ candidates are invited to be present. At present there is a good deal of ui -. certainty as to who a...

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CITY CORRESPONDENCE. [From our own Correspondent.] Adelaide, March 25. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 26 March 1878

CITY CORRESPONDENCE. P?rom our own Correspondent.] Adelaide, March 25. Election meetings proceed apaec. Something lite forty out of the fifty-two candidates liave already spoken, and some good speeches have been delivered. Outside Ministerial ranks, Mr. Downer's and Mr. Rees's addresses have been fc'ie most powerful. To judge from a perusal of Mr. Downer's speech, and knowing his forcible style of delivery, I should say he will be a power in the House. Mt. Barker and Wallaroo are still needing candidates. Mr. Landseer is still the only one offering for the former constituency, and Mr. Boss for the latter. The miners have made strong efforts to get a couple of companions for the Knight of Higliercombe, but so far they have failed. An earnest endeavour is now being made to induce Mr. Walter Duncan, brother of J. J. Duncan, one of the late members, but I question very much whether he will come out, as I don't think politics are in his line. On Tuesday Mr. Ward, who has arrived safely f...

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AULD LANG SYNE [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 26 March 1878

AULD LAJSTG SYNE ■The following jea d'esprit was written by the minister of a small rural parish near Perth with reference to the Highland belief in the antiquity of the Gaelic tongue:— Should. Gaelic speech be e'er forgot, An' never brought to min', For she'll be spoke in Paradise In the days o' Auld Langsyne. When Etc all fresh in beauty's eliarms First met fond Adam's view, The first word that he spolre to her "Was "cumar ashum dliu."* And Adam in his garden fair, Whene'er the day did close, The dish that he'll to supper teuk Was always Athole brose. When Adam from hie leafy bower Cam' oot- at break o' day, He'll always for his morning teuk A quaicli o' usquebae. f And when wi' Eve he'll had a crack, He'll teuk his sneeshin' horn, An' on the tap ye'll weel micht mark A pony praw Cairngorm. The sneeshin' mull is fine, my frien's The sneeshin' mull is grand, We teuk a hearty sneesh, my frien's, An' pass't fra hand to hand. When man first fend the want o' claes, The win an' cauld to...

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REUTER'S TELEGRAMS. LONDON, March 21. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 26 March 1878

EEUTER'S TELEGRAMS. LONDON, March 21. The Emporer of Russia refuses to reduce tlie indemnify, which is three hundred mil lions of roubles. LONDON, March 20. Papers relating to the Victorian crisis have been published, including a despatch from the Secretary of State for the Colonies to the. Governor, dated February 28, setting forth that Sir Michael Hicks-Beach declines to ex press an opinion regarding the merits of the dispute, the matter appertaining solely to the Government of Victoria. He hopes that mutual concessions may be made which will bring about a settlement of the difficulties pending between the two Houses, and that both the British Government and Sir George Bowen will keep aloof from the dispute. LONDON, March 22. Earl Derby lias not demanded the admis sion of a Greek representative to the Congress on the same footing as the plenipotentiaries of the guaranteeing Powers, but simply that the Hellenic Government should have a hearing, Russia has not yet sent any reply as ...

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EUDUNDA. [From our own Correspondent.] March 23, 1878. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 26 March 1878

EUDUNDA. [From our own Correspondent.] March 23, 1S78. Sines my last matters have been jogging along much as usual. We have had a delightful change iu the weatliea, and although we have not been so abundantly blessed with rain as some of the neighbouring districts enough has fallen to supply present wants. Some of the farmers around taking advantage of the slight moistening of the ground, have com menced ploughing—rt ore especially those on the flats. A large number of teams still come iu with their loads of grain, and it is evident. Eudunda will be a bu.6y place in good average seasons, Building still occupies the attention of our folks. Mr. Slice's, house and carpenter's shop is finished, Mr. Nock's wheat store baring reached the same stage 6ome time since. The walls of the Primitive Methodist chapel are up, and the Government School is commenced. The railway station is nearly completed and already has a very pleasing appearance, and just between it and Hooper's store, Mr. C. ■Pfi...

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SELECTED POETRY. CHARITY. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 26 March 1878

SELECTED POETRY. CKAEITY. Only a drop in the bucket, But every drop will tell; The bucket would soon be empty Without the drops in the well. Only a poor little penny, It was all I had to give ; But as pennies make the guineas, It may help some cause to lire. A few little bits of ribbon, And some toys—they are not new; But they made the sick child happy, Which has made me happy too. Only some outgrown garments— They were all I had to spare; But they'll help to clothe the needy, And the poor are everywhere. A word now and then of comfort, That costs me nothing to say; But the poor old man died happy And it helped him on the way. God loveth the cheerful giver, Though the gift be poor and small What doth He think of His children When they never give at all ?

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VICTORIA. Melbourne, March 21, [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 26 March 1878

VICTORIA. Melbourne, March 21, The Telegraphic Conference is fixed-for the 25th April. Colonel G-lorer will preside. The Siam lias a large passenger-list. Melbourne, March 22. A farewell match between the Australian Eleven and Eighteen Victorian players com mences to-day. Kendall, one of the Eleven, declines going to England, and it is probtble that Evans will also object. Overtures have been made to Midwinter, but the result is not yet known. In replying to a deputation last night Mr, Bewjrsaid that owing to the stagnation of trade and the falling of the revenue the Trea sury was getting low, and he looked forward with sorrow to the time when he should have to make his financial statement. Sir John Coode has completed his inspection of the Western Ports, and is returning to Mel bourne! He has yet to inspect Corio Bay and possibly the Upper Yarra, Melbourne, March' 23. , The correspondence in reference to the crisis between Dr. Mackay and the Governor, shows that the former advised ...

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CORRESPONDENCE. AN EXPLANATION. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 26 March 1878

CORRESPONDENCE. AN EXPLANATION. TO THE EDITOR. Sir—I liope you will do me tlie justice to publish these few lines, as I consider that I have been very badly treated—not because I lost my licence—but on account of the way in which the Adelaide papers reported I had lost it. I beg most emphatically to deny that my licence was withdrawn on account of my house being dirty and disorderly. The reason was solely that I had not put a new roof on the house. The report of the Inspector as to the cleanliness of the beds, &c., was every thing that I could wish. The Adelaide papers, having made enquiries, have in their Notices to Correspondents fully borne out the above statement; but as it is probable that many of my supporters may not have seen the apology I must ask your indulgence to insert this in your columns, so as to clear myself from the imputation referred to. A refusal on your part might seriously injure me in my new undertaking. I am, Sir, &c., ELLEX PRY. P.S.—I beg t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 26 March 1878

Molloways Pills. — Sudden changes, frequent fogs, and prevailing dampness sorely impede the vital functions and conduce to ill Tiealtli. The remedy for such disorders lie in some purifying medicine, like these Pills, which, is competent to grapple successfully with the mischief at its source, and stamp it out with out fretting the nerves or weekening the sys tem. Holloway's Pills extract from the blood all noxious matter, regulate the action of every disordered organ, stimulate the liver and kid neys, and relax the bowels. In curing chosts complaintstliese Pills are remarkably effective, especially whem aided by a free local applica tion of the Ointment. This double treatment will ensure a certain, steady, and beneficient progress, and sound health will soon lje re-es tablished.—Advt.

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NEW ZEALAND. Wellington, March 22. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 26 March 1878

NEW ZEALAND. Wellington, March 22. From Rotoratonga news have arrived of a dreadful hurricane at Paumotos, by which 500 lives were lost. Tlie Island of Aura was com pletely swept of houses and trees, and the in habitants are all gone. Several vessels were lost. Wellington, March 23. Much comment has been published |respect ing Father Henneberrj's alleged denunciation of mixed marriages. He denied having ap plied the term adulterous to them.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 26 March 1878

THIS DAY (TUESDAY) March 26. KAPUNDA MONTHLY MARKET. FRANKLIN YARDS. Listojst, SHAKES & CO. •will hold their next Monthly Sale on tha above date, when they will offer— 3800 SHEEP. 3800 By order of Mr. C. F. W. Pfitzner— 1,200 Prime Store Wethers, 6 tooth 50 Prime Fat Hoggets By order of Messrs. Heuison Bros.— 800 Fat Wethers, a really good lot 400 Fat Ewes By order of Mr. C. B ransom— - 500 2 and 4-tooth Sheep, mixed sexes, good woolled and condition On other accounts— 700 Very Prime Fat Wethers 150 Merino Ewes, in Lamb 110 CATTLE. 110 By order of Mr. Win. Brooks— 15 Prime Fat Bullocks 5 Cows. On another account— 30 Head Mixed Cattle, many of them fit for the Butcher. On other accounts— 10 Fat Cows 20 Head Mixed Cattle. On account of J. H. Angas, Esq.— 30 Head Prime Fat Cattle. 80 HGS- 80 Fat and Stores, for various owners. 60 HOBSES, 60 Including Light, Medium, and Heavy Draughts, Spring-Cart Horses, and Hacks. IMPLEMENTS and VEHICLES. AXiSO, On account of J. H. Miller— 10 ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 26 March 1878

Business Directory. KAPCMDA. "PENH" AIM", W. H., Solicitor, Notary JL# Public, &c., Main-street. Money to lend on property under the Real Property Act, or otherwise, at lowest rate of interest. BREWSTER, R., Wine, Spirit, and General Merchant, Brewster's Build ings, Main-street. Agent for Salter's and otherWines. BRUCE, JOHN A., Auctioneer, Land, Loan, and General Commission Agent. Money to Lend in large or small sums. TWMBR ECK, THOMAS, Tanner -1 * and Currier, near Morning Star. Leather of every description on hand and to order. Bark, Hides, and Skins, &c., bought. UMBRECK & McLENNAN, Tanners and Curriers, Burra-road, (late Frith's). Bark, Bides, &c., bought. Leather on sale or to order—first qualify. 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 StampB. Address, II. Faweett, Chemist, Kapunda. GMEINE...

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COMMEBCIAL. Adelaide. March 25. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 26 March 1878

COMMEBCIAJL. Adelaide. March 25. The -wheat market is dull. The ruling rates are from 5s. 6d. to 5s. 7d. " Kapunda Herald" Office, March 25,1878. "Wheat—4/11 per bushel. Hay—£210/ per ton. Wholesale. Retail. Flour ... £12 15/ per ton 29/ per bag-. Bran. ... 1/1 per bush. 1/ 2 per bveb. Pollard ... 1/4 " 1/6 "

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MAIL NOTICES. Post-Office, Kapunda. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 26 March 1878

MAIL NOTICES. Post-Office, Kapunda. 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 Allandale, Hamilton, Marrabel, Saddle ■worth, and places on the Bnrra-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 pan., and 6.55 pjn. From Adelaide and intermediate places, at 10.15 a.m., 1.45 p.m., and 6.55 pan. From Allandale, Hamilton, Marrabel, Saddle worth, and places on the Burra-road, at 3.10 p.m.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 26 March 1878

DEATHS. McSKIMMING.—On the 9th March, at Saddleworth, Mary, the beloved wife of John McSkimming, aged 23. CARROLL.—On the 22nd March, at Kap unda, John Carroll, late Station Master, in the 66th year of his age. Requiescat in pace.  

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