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CLARE. MONDAY. DECEMBER 9. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 13 December 1867

CLARE. MONDAY. DECEMBER 9; - Present-Messrs. Chapman aad Priest. There sot being a quorum no business was transacted*

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HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 13 December 1867

HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY. ; On Taesday Mr Townseni drew attention to ithe injustice of allowing criminal informations' to be compounded, as in the case of the lata murderous assault on the Sheriffs officers at ^Glen Osmond, the victims in which were bound ;orer to prosecute, but the prosecution was afterwards abandoned on payment ot a sum of money. This was utterly opposed1 to his idea* of justice; and hfe would ask in whose power it .was to withdraw charges after they had beea sent forward to the Supreme Court. The Attorney-General promised to investi gate the matter. In answer to Mr Carr, the Tlreasurer said the action of the Government with respect to the Northern - Territory would depend on the nature of the reports which they expected shortly to receive. ; After Mr Strangtray's questions as to advances made to Government officers had been answered, ithe House vent into Committee on the Licensed .Victuallers* Bill. . : The Mineral Bents Remission Bill was read. :a second time, and pass...

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

BIRTH. GREGORY-On the 3rd of December, at Blimnaa Mine, Far North, the wife of Mr. William Gregory of a daughter. Doing well.

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KADINA. December 11, 1867. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 13 December 1867

&AD1NA. | rFrom oiv own Correspondent.! December 11,1867. 1 The Episcopal Bishop oi Adelaide, in company .with the Very Rev. the Dean and the Rev B. T. Craig, has been making a tour in this district. His Lordship held a Confirmation service in Christ Church, Kadina, on Sunday, 1st instant. On Wednesday he gave a lecture in the Odd fellows' Sail-subject, u Shakespeare." The at tendance was not. very large. The Primitive Methodists at Wallaroo Mines, and Bible Christians at Kadina held anniversary ' services in their respective places of worship on Sunday and Monday last. This evening the members of the Eadina Brass Band give an entertainment in the Oddfellows' Hall. The wheat crops on Green's Plains are turning out-well this year. The red rust has shown itself a little.

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MOUNT PLEASANT. December 11, 1867. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 13 December 1867

MOUNT PLEASANT. f From our own Correspondent.J December 11, 1867. I The Mutual Improvement Society, assisted by a few friends, held the first of a series of Six penny Readings last evening. . The Chairman (Rev. W. A. Clayfield) having delivered the opening address, Mr Rogers set the ball rolling by speaking an appropriate prologue in a very efficient manner. This was followed by the flee " God Bless the Prince of Wales," which was well rendered. To save enumeration I will just remark upon one or two of the gems* A duet by Messrs. ybtinida and Daniel on violin and flute respectively, called forth, a rapturous en« core, as did also a glee entitled " The- Wreath," sung by Dr. Ferguson and Messrs. fl. A. Giles and Bennet. The "Trial Scene" in the "Mer chant of Venice " was satisfactorily given. Mr Bohlmann, as Portia, was grand in the "Quality of Mercy." The performers have cause to feel elated at the reception of their first efforts, as they were applauded throughout. School examinatio...

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CLARE. Wednesday. December 11, 1867. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 13 December 1867

CLARE. FFrom oar own CorresoomHenfcJl 1 Wednesday. December 11, 1867* Absence from home must be the plea for pjy prolonged silence; but things, as usual, are verjr dull; The rust and the District Council seem to be the talk of the day-the former in many places is as bad as represented, .but id others, I feel confident, the return will be-Tery little short of the average. &ext week reaping will be pretty: general. <r On Monday last i the late election was again upset, bill;' I heai) that it is intended to appeaL-on "what are considered to be very good grontids;' Oar mill is again in working order, as any one cakjeaBily seej whether they come in during ihetiay or.*t^ight. The, settling for the races took place -on the evening of the last day of the races. This was Tather quick work; and, I believe, caused general satisfaction. Monday last was extremely hot, but during the night there was a change, and has con tiqued qaite cool since4 and we have even had a little ra...

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AUBURN MUTUALIMPROVEMENT SOCIETY'S GRAND CONVERSAZIONE. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 13 December 1867

ATJBTTHN MUTUALIMPROVEMENT SOCIETY'S QBALFD CONVERSAZIONE. For some considerable time past the members of the Auburn' Mutual Improvement Society luiarft been woiMog zealously to provide a suc cessful and profitable entertainment for the resi dents in that district; and all things being ready, Thursday-:and Sbciday, the 5th. and. 6th instant, .were decided* on as the period -at which this gathering should take place-a determination which manifested some considerable degree of confidence on . the part of the Committee in the attractiveness of their programme, -inasmuch as it ^jght baxrei been expected that . the farmers and machinists' would have been -too busily engaged in. iheir respective occupations1 to attend to>such a gathering;'and further, afeobee in connection ?with'the ftesbyterian cause was already fixed for thefoilld wing- Monday, which would doubtless at. the con versazione. -However, the. days named -were ? finally decided on, and on the.morning of Thurs day.' we' bad...

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DISTRICT COUNCILS. KAPUNDA. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 7. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 13 December 1867

DISTKIOr COUNCILS. KAPUNDA. SATURDAY, DOECEMBEH 7. Present-All. Minutes of last meeting read 1 and confirmed. Resolved, that Prior & Samp son's claim remain in abeyance. Clerk reported repairs on the Invermay road progressing satis ' factorily. The work in Bobs's Ward will be . commenced on Monday. Burke's work at . McCormiek's Creek to stand over. Received, a l letter from Messrs. Lewis and Kelley, offering £10 towards building a bridge over Allen's Creek, i near their property. Resolved, that the bridge be built, provided it does not cost more than £25. ! Resolved, that this Council assist the Belvidere ( District Council to open a new road, and that this Council be £10 towards the expense. Re } solved, that a Committee be formed of the follow ing Councillors-viz., Messrs. Jeffs, White, and j Hazel, and that they, attended by the Cleric, in l spect and report on the state of the public Ceme f tery. Payments, 10/6 ; receipts, £3 5/.

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AUBURN. December 12, 1857. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 13 December 1867

AUBURN. {"From a Correspondent.] December 12, 1857. I The weather lately has been delightful. Some of our farmers on the Plains have commenced to reap, and many more I am informed will shortly commence. From information I have gathered respecting the crops in this district, I should say the average will be not much less than fifteen buohels to the acre. The Conversazione and exhibition of works of art, in connection with the Auburn Mutnal Im provement Society was a great sacccss; I will not add more as I understand a representative of your journal was up on the occasion and doubtless be will furnish you with a report. The Lord Bishop of Adelaide conducted j Divine worship in St. John's Church, Auburn, i on Snnday morning last; the congregation was rather large. I have been informed that His Lordship has promised the congregation attend ing St. John's Church that he will endeavour to let them have a clergyman shortly, who will officiate at Auburn and Riverton-the charges made vacant ...

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

AT 'TUB SIR vJOHNr ANKJ21N, YAEJ5S, L:'_;-'f'£APD|tei. f V.> { AT TWtolflB|irC3L^i. h* ? i TENKT^^6xM 'i8",S"rr^trSi!t^d by v J. S. Browne, Esq., to sell by auction, as Above, in consequence of bis removing to Ka punda 1 Four-wheel Double Seated AMERICAN BUGGY, with Hood, Pole, Shafts, complete, and in first-class orc «r ^ £'' ' 1 Newport Pagnell, very light *' ^ ' t Box Cart, with Hay Frame, &c^.&p,. Ploughs, Boiler, Harrows, &c. 1 Chaffcutter, I Waahinj^Machiop^ ; : ? Sihgle »n3 DodlAe JlarneSs V I * = ,? Swingletrees, Plough Harness, &c. . - ... . .. . - AIiSO, <-r t Thj^weP-inown roughly Sound and Stanch. Any trial given .... 1 Thoroughbred-Pony Entire, ver^'quiet AND ALatof Sundries. - Terms-Approved Bills at Three 3Ionths for sums over £20./ ON SATURDAY,^DECEMBER 14. .U .. -AT TWO-O'CLOCK. ON THE PREMISES OF MESSBS. JACKMAN AND - GARWOOD, CABINETMAKERS, KAPUNDA. in CONSEQUENCE : o^jbissomrioN OF PARTNERSHIP.. JENKIN COLES has been ...

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

rr» O ADVERTISERS in the KAPUNDA HERALD.-The following is the. SCALE of DISCOUNTS on Advertisements in the KAPUNDA HERALD, when prepaid: taJrttonsf.J 8d*m the ShiUin«»or88Percent. iM&ra?.1.!} S#d.intheShiUmg,or29^percent. J dS^}4d-in the Shilling, or S3| percent. 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 Two Shillings and Sixpence. Each line more Four-pence. ITigarejOrTaljle-woTk Advertisements,charged at sixpence per line throughout. The KAPUNDA HERALD has nowan exten* ? live circulation all over the Northern Country, including Gawler, SheaoakLog, Greenock,Nuri ootpa, Angaston, Stockwell, Truro, North and South Bhine, LyndocliValley,Moorandee. Stoplt port, Linwood,; Gilberton, Rhynie,1;he Wakefield, Biverfcon, Saddleworth, Auburn, Mintaro Leas ingham, Watervale, Penwortham, Clare, Meant Remarkable, Port Augusta Redruth, Kooringa...

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KAPUNDA MARKET PRICES. "Kapunda Herald" Office, Friday, December 13. 1867. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 13 December 1867

KAPUftDA MARKET PRICES. " Kapunda Herald " Office, Friday, December 13. 1867. Wheat 5/9 per bushel Flour per ton, £17 Ditto per bag, 37s Bread, per 2lb loaf, 4jd Ditto per lb 2d Bran per bushel, 1/1 Pollard par bushel, 1/4 Hay, per ton- 25s to 30a Beef per lb, 3d to 4d Mutton, ditto, 2d and 3d Pprk, ditto, ditto 5d to 6d Steaks, and chops ditto, 4d Hams ditto, Is 9d bacon ditto, lOd Butter per lb-Fresh, 7d Eggs per dozen, /7 Potatoes, new l£d per lb. 9/6 per cwt. Cherries, 8d. per. lb. Goosberies, 6d. per. qt» Geese, 4s 6d to 5$ scarce Turkeys, 4s to 5s

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ADELAIDE CORN MARKET. Adelaide, December 12, 1867. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 13 December 1867

ADELAIDE COKN MARKET. Adelaide, December 12,. 1867. The Whfeat and Flour market is in a very un settled ""state and prices for the farmer quite nominal. The last salens bf Wheat were made at about 61 per bushel^ but parcels of best quality would now fetch more money for seed purposes. A few sales of new Wheat of fair samples are reported at 5/ to 5/3 per bushel. Flour is ia brisk demand for local consumption at our quotations. Bran and Pollard are scarce and firm. Cape Barley is very difficult of sale, but English Barley for malting is in demand. There is nothing doing in Oats. Our quotations to-day are Wheat, about 6/ per bushel; Flour, £15 to JE16 per- ton; Bran, /10 to /ll per bushel; Pol lard, 1/1 to 1/2; Cape Barley, 2/ to 2/3 per bushel; English ditto, 3/9 to 4/3; Oats, 3/ to 41. A. F. CHRISTEN & CO.

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THE KAPUNDA HERALD. Friday, December 1867. [In consequence of the press of other matter, we are compelled to hold over our leading article.] [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 13 December 1867

THE KAPUNDA HERALD. rFriday, December 1867. [In consequence oi the press of other matter, we are compelled to hold over our leading article.] (j>N Sunday last the anniversary'services, of the Congregational Church, Kapunda* were held. The liev. C. Manthorpe, of ©fenelg; > preached two most impressive sermons to large; ^airil attentive congregations, tha church in the> evening beingfilled. On Monday a te£ meeting was ield, at which about 100 persons sat down. The churchwas decorated for the occasion with evergreens, and the tables were spread with a profusion of good things, to which ample justice . was* done. ? In the evenrujfTi, -public /meeting was held, on which- occasion the; church was crowded. It was expected (that Mr/A. .Hay, M.P., would have presided ;MWitfr&m "a letter read during ...the.. evening,.it.appeared lie was prevented from so doing by indisposition. After singing and prayer, Mr W. Lewis, J.P., was voted to the chair. The Chairman ex pressed his re...

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LOCAL COURT—KAPUNDA. MONDAY, DECEMBER 9. [Before J. S. Browne, Esq., S.M, and W. Oldham, Esq., J.P.] APPLICATION. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 13 December 1867

LOCAL COURT-KA.PUNDA. MONDAY, DECEMBER 9. [Before J. S. BROWNE, Esq., S.AL, and W. Oldham, Esq., J.P.J APPLICATION. The application of J. Hamilton for a wine licence, which had been adjourned for report of police as to fitness of pre nises, was considered, and the police report being favourable, the ajw plication was granted. UNSATISFIED JUDGMENT. KICHTER V. AUSTIN. Judgment debt of 16/. Settled out of Court. DEFENDED CAUSES. LYNN V. CBITTKNDEH. Claim for J£5 13/9, amount due for work an<| labour done. ? " Mr Brady for plaintiff; Mr Bodatt for de fendant. | Mr Brady, for plaintiff, applied fur an adjourn ment, as the plaintiff was not present; but Mr Budall, for defendant, objected, as he had heard the plaintiff had left the calony. Mr Brady said if that was the- case he would not call evidence, but would ask for the* case to be struck out, which was done. MAGISTERIAL. CORPOBAL O'BRIEN Y. JAS. FERGUSON. In this case fire informations were laid against the defendant, under...

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GOLDEN GIFTS. CHAPTER XXVII. THE PARTING GIFT. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 20 December 1867

GOliDEN OIFTS. o BY THE AUTHOB OF " MABTATF" YEBMOXT VAIJE ETC.. ETC. CHAPTER XXVn * THE PARTING GIFT. THE morning sunlight was flooding the Whole frontage of Aland j Creek, and at every window, though the sashes were widely open .even, to their fullest extent, the blinds were closely drawn; cool,.- white blinds, with plain green holland trimmings, that gent a tranquil, refreshing air of shade over the room. An absentee who had known the Alend Creek of old would scarcely hare recognised it now, so jnany beautiftil touches had passed were still passing over it. The impress of gentle feminine hand a was visible, even from without; the bright windows, with their ample shade, now and then betraying, through the influence of the playful breeze, glimpses of white drapery or damask curtains that invited the entrance. The doorway, with its portico and slender, twining banksia rose and abundant garland of passion flower, was ready to repeat the invitation-for the door was open, and revealed ...

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LOCAL COURT—KAPUNDA. MONDAY, DECEMBER 16. [Before J. S. Browne, Esq., S.M.] UNSATISFIED JUDGMENTS. O'LTSARY V. D. HOGAN, [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 20 December 1867

LOCAL COURT-KA.PUNDA. MONDAY, DECEMBER 16. [Before J. S. Browne, Esq., S.M.] UNSATISFIED JUDGMENTS. O'LTSAB* V. D. HOGAN, Judgment debt of JE2 6/3. Defendant was absent, and an order was made for payment of 5/ per week. SAME V. QUINN. Judgment debt of £2 5/iO. In this case also the defendant was ordered to pay 5/ per week. ' HAWKE AND ANOTHER T. MCDERMOTT. Judgment debt of £9 19/. Order made for payment of £1 per week, or forty days1 imprisonment in default of any one of such weekly payments. SAME V. RAFFIN. Judgment debt of £3 9/6. Order made for payment of 10/ per week, or forty days' imprisonment in default of such weekly instalment. O'LEARY V. HAVEY. Judgment debt of £5 18/5J. Order made for payment of 5/ per week. SADIE V. BAFFIN. Judgment debt of £3 5/9. Order made for payment of 10/ per week. DEFENDED CAUSES. GAMLIN T. ST. GEOBGE. This was an action on an LO.U. for £5. Mr Brady for plaintiff; Mr O'Hailoran (for Mr Daly) for defendant. Mr O'Hailoran objected to the jurisdictio...

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BAGOT'S WELL. Tuesday, December 17, 1867. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 20 December 1867

BAGOT'S WELL. fFrom a Correspondent.] Tuesday, December 17,1887. j Most persons travelling over the district will acknowledge that if there is to be any wheat brought to Kapunda for sale, a great portion of it will come from the neighbourhood of Bagot's WelL. All the farmers speak of the crop in most cases as better than last year. Though you can see that the red rust has affected places more or less, yet upon the whole I do not think there are many parts so free of the disease £3 Bagot's Well. Farmers speak of twenty-five, eighteen, and twelve bushels to the acre. In. fact numbers clean as they reap, so they can speak to a certainty of the yield. One thing, as the Bev. C. Manthorpe said at our Church la3t Sabbath week, good will come out of ail this, as the farmers now find to their cost that they have all been sowing too much Goldsmith Wheat, though many declared two years ago that it was dege nerating. They will now sow a different kind another year on their farms ; and this Comm...

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RHYNIE. Wednesday Dec. 18, 1897. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 20 December 1867

KRYNItS. , P?rom our own Correspondent.^ "Wednesday Dec. 18, 1897.. The quarterly meeting m connection with (he Wesleyan Churcli (Auburn circuit) took place at SalterV Springs on \Vc inesday last. There were a great niariy persons present, and everything went off satisfactorily. Heaping has now commenced in this neighbour hood, and the crops seem to turn out better than was expected. There are some crops equally as good as last year's, and others are affected a little with red rust and take-all; but I believe the average yield in this locality will be from ten to fifteen bushels to the acre. The Wesleyans are going to have a camp meeting at Long Chilly, near Hhynie, on Christmas Day ; it is expected that there will be a great many people present, if the weather will bs favourable.

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