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ARRIVAL OF THE ENGLISH MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 20 December 1867

ARRIVAL OF THE ENGLISH MAIL. The Bangatira, with the South Australian por tion of the English mail, arrived at Glenelg at midnight on Saturday, bringing newspaper datea to October 29 Cthree days later than the usual date), and late telegrama to the 19th November. The following items of intelligence are from the English papers to hand, and from the telegrams of our Adelaide contemporaries. The Queen was at Balmoral, and the Prince and Princess of Wales had returned from Ger many, the health of Her Royal Highness being now re-established. The Princess of Prussia was very unwell, and Prince Arthur had had a slight attack of small-pox. After a series of successes the Garibaldians were, on Sunday, the 3rd of November, attacked J by the Papal forces, and completely routed ' Garibaldi having surrendered as a prisoner, was sent on to Florence. M. Fould, the eminent French financier, is dead, and has been succeeded in the Ministry by M. Magne. The island of St. Thomas (West Indies) has been ...

Publication Title: Kapunda Herald And Northern Intelligencer
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DISTRICT COUNCILS. BELVIDERE. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 14. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 20 December 1867

DISTKICT COUNCILS. BELVIDERE. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 14. Present-All. Letter from Kapunda District Council, offering to assist to the extent of £10 towards opening new road through McCarthy's and Stockman's, and also consenting to close the old road between Sections 3 and 4, Hundred of Kapunda, provided this Council be at the re maining expense; Clerk to reply that this Council agree to those terms, and also to in form Messrs. McCarthy and Stockman that their offer made on the 4th ult., relative to the same road, was accepted by this Council. Letter from Mr C. Schilling, acknowledging the Chairman's communication of 28th November, and request ing that Messrs. Fyfe and Allen's consent be obtained for roadway through a part of Section 106, and also desiring that a sketch of the Sec tions affected be forwarded to him; Clerk to take all necessary steps in the matter. Letter from J. H. Angas, objecting to allow a reserve where surveyed by the Council, and referring them to a site for a reser...

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NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 20 December 1867

NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. " Cricket, Mintaro"-Certainly not; the batter is not bound to move bis bat. Bules, shortly.

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MUNICIPAL CORPORATION. MONDAY, DECEMBER 13. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 20 December 1867

M ilK ICIPAL CORPORATION. MON»A.T, DECEMBER 13. Present-Hie Worship the Mayor and all the Councillors. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. Councillor Fry was fined for non-attendance, but he subsequently came in. CoBBESPONDENCE. Bead, a letter from the Chief Secretary, con gratulating the Mayor on his election. Bead a letter from Mr. W. Maine, claiming land at present occupied bv the Corporation. Resolved, that no action be taken in the matter at present. Also, a letter from Mr. Palmer, informing the Council that several inaccuracies had been dis covered in the survey of the dam, which would necessitate a delay in preparing the conveyance, but that it would be ready early in the week. The Works report was then read as follows: - "South-terrace-Tour Committee recommend that dish-drain at end of Crane-street be filled up, the road there to be raised, and a stone culvert built opposite end of Wliittaker-street to carry the water down South-terrace into Main-str...

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HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 20 December 1867

HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY. On Tuesday the greater part of the day was taken Hp in a debate introduced by Mr. Strang waye with reference to: the Engineer-in-Chief, whom «ome of the members characterized as far inferior in ability to bis predecessor, whilst others regarded him as infinitely superior. It was also urged against him that he was surrounding him ielf with officers from Melbourne to the exclu sion of Sputh Australian draughtsmen ; but the ComBjissioner of Public Works assured the House Ihatwhilst be was Commissioner he should make the appointments, and such appointments would be based on the fitness of those appointed, &nd nop because they came from this colony or that. . Mr. Sfenangway's motion for an address "tp TTj« Excellency, praying him to appoint a Commission to enquire into the wheat 'diseases, and to obtain scientific assistance in conducting the enquiry, was carried. Adebate ensued on Mr. S trangway's motion for fiLB address praying His Excellency to cause a ^quan...

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THE KAPUNDA HERALD. Friday, December 20th, 1867. CHRISTMAS-TIDE. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 20 December 1867

THE KAPUNDA HERALD. Friday, December 20th, 1867. CHRISTMAS-TIDE. j Befbreanother issue of our hebdomadal sheet, the day of days, Christmas Day, will have arrived and passed, away to join in the' irrevocable past its .1866 elder brethren; and the festivities of the festal season will have been fairly entered on. ; To those of us who have spent this fes tive season in the fatherland, where the Ljse King disputes the sway out ofdoors with Father Christinas, where nature covers the bosom of the earth with her beauteous white carpet, aiid where the rcol<i; and bracing air invites to active exercise, there seems something very, strange in the out ward' characteristics of Ghristmas in a clime like thi^--where King Sol reigns supreme in the stead of the' Ipy Monarch, and where thfe hot north wind creates 3 languor of spirits aiid feelings *juite apart from lhat joviality and mirth which ap pears to pervade all classes ;<if society in England at this auspicious season o...

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

AUBURN. [From a Correspondent.] I Wednesday, December 18,186?* The weather during Sunday and Monday, 15th ond 16th inst., wag rather changeable; Sunday morning we had a steady shower of rain. Various amusements are being arranged for New Tear's Day, among which I understand some athletic sports will take place. The Superintendents of the Auburn Band of Hope are making great preparations for the anniversary, which takesplace on the lBt January next. The anniversary of the Bible Christian Church will take place nexc Sunday. I understand the Ber. Mr Hancock from ELapunda will preach in the morning and afternoon, and the Bev. W. Davidson, of Clare, will officiate in the evening. The tea and public meeting will take place in the Town Hali, on Ohristraas Dav.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 20 December 1867

Holloway's Ointment and PiVs. - Sores, Wounds and Ulcers.-Every variety of sore, ulcer, eruption, boil,and carbuncle, is safely stopped in its destructive course by the timely application of this healing Ointment. It arrests unhealthy, and substitutes healthy action, thus curing the inflamed, irritable, and spreading diseases affecting the skin. Holloway's Ointment has gained an imperishable fame for its facility in healing old inflammatory sores about the shins acd ancles, and for bad legs and old wounds it cannot be equalled ; nor it is less efficacious in gathered breasts and abscesses. When the com plaint has been of long continuance, Holloway's Fills will expedite recovery, if taken in those doses which act as alternatives on- the stomach, and tonics on the constitution.-Advt. A W A&ifijy 6. DO you suffer from physical incapacity ? Are you sufferii g from nervous debility? Have you been the guilty victim of any secret vice? Do you suiter from a set of symptoms nearly ak...

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THE EARNEST AND THE LABOUR MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 20 December 1867

THE EARNEST- AND 1DUE LABOUR : MARKET. ; With the somewhat dismal prospect now before .the country of a deficient harvest, and .consequent hip-h. prices of food, it is to be hoped that the Parliament before rising' will give an expression of opinion as to the inadvisability of sending home orders for the despatch of any , additional emigrant ships to this colony for some time to come ! -until, indeed, we can see some reason able grounds for supposing1 that those thus brought out would be at once furnished with employment, instead of becoming a still further drag on the progress of the colony. We have no wish to take too despondent a view of the present aspect of affairs-the cloud now appearing above the horizon and gradually rising oyer head is very dark, very portentous, but we hope, we believe, that it has a silver lining; but it would be equally culpable to neglect to look our threatened position in the face as it would to sit down in .stolid despair and shut our eyes to anything...

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CORRESPONDENCE. RAILWAY RESPONSIBILITY. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 20 December 1867

CORRESPONDENCE. RAILWAY RESPONSIBILITY. TO THE EDITOR. Sir-As the Parliament are passing an Act to prevent the wanton ill-treatment cf horses, and for regnlating public conveyances, would it not be as well to include in the same Act that all public carriers Khali be liable for all damages to goods placed in their charge. It is too bad for the Government, after setting op as public carriers, to advertise that as they have not suf ficient accommodation to carry on their business they will not be responsible for any loss arising therefrom. Perhaps they are only making fun of the poor Northern farmers, because, according to all appearances they will have very little wheat to send by rail this season ; but if they are in real earnest, it is time they were eased of their burden, by handing over the railway to a private Company, who would make it pay at less ex pense, and be responsible for damages also, which I have nov doubt the Government would make them pay. By inserting the above you ...

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ENGLISH EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 20 December 1867

ENGLISH EXTRACTS. Mr Christie, who contested Cambridge in 1865, is again in the field as a Liberal Candidate. Mr Torrens, an able South Australian politician, is expected to offer himself as a liberal candidate in conjunction with Mr Christie. Mr Torrens has also previously contested the borough with out success. The Earl of Pembroke, acting under the ad vice of his medical attendants, has left Wilton with the intention of visiting South Australia for the benefit of the sea voyage. His Lordship is accompanied by his mother, lady Herbert of Lea, who will proceed with him as far as the West Indies, whence she mil return to England. Shortly before 7 o'clock on the morning- of October 7 a fearful explosion, involving loss of life, took place at the Highbury Coal Depot of the North London Railway. The depot is situ ated- on the south side of the line near the High bury Station, and is approached from St Paul's road. . There are; several lofty timber lifts for raising the coal trucks; fro...

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PARLIAMENTARY. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 20 December 1867

P A K LI A M15 NT A R Y. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL, Oil Monday Messrs. Andrews .and Thomas ap peared before the Legislative Council, accom panied by Mr. T. B. Bruce, who acted as counsel for those gontlemen. After a great deal of talk Bjntl -waste of/breath, the Council came to .a con clusion that Messrs, Andreiv^s and Thomas should, be excused from answering the questions put to ?hpin-and thus ends a second farce in connection, ?with the maintenance of the dignitjof that learned body of legiB&tftrs; and itis now as plainly to be seen as inthe-former instance that the truly dig nified course for the Council to hare pursued, -would hare been to have dealt with the matter privately. . On Tuesday Mr. Barrow presented a petition from farmers and landowners in the Districts of <^avrler and" Light/ who bad stored from red' rust, prayiftg tiie House to take action for their lidief. * ? '' Mr. Morgan called attention tothe report that tiie Tnail steamer hadleft King GreorgeJV S...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 20 December 1867

CHOICE FU RNITURE BOOKS, PICTURES, HARMONIUM, CHIMNEY ORNAMENTS^ GLASS, CHINA, &c, &c. y Alltv NEW. "TOHN SMALL 'will sell by auction^ " AT CRASH'S ROOM, On SATURDAY, DECEMBER 81, "AT T&br O'CI.OCK, BY ORDER OiT MR: BARNES, WHO HAS I/EFT THE DISTHICT. AH his BEAUTIFUL Collection of HEW FUfiNITUtiE (Made IN KAPONDA), Books; Vilasswire, China, "Valuable Pic tures, ~&c.. &e,. arming which are QHEFF^iEii, AHM C a AIRS fiasy apd other Horsehair Chaita t Rosewood Harmonium Tables, Couches, Pier Glass Lookins ^laes, with Marble Top Large Chest Drawers Handsome DamasK Curtains I AND ! General Sitting Room-and Bed Boom Furniture.' All Ne^r, and of the Very Best description. Removed to Crase's Boom for Convenience of * Side. The Auctioneer wishes intending purchasers to call ftad/eee. she above^at Mr.GregbrVhouse, near South-terrace. \ ' W) BlESERVE. ' Credit over £25.. AT-BUTE'S -FORRESTER'S HOTEL, GILBEIRTON. ON MONDAY, DECEMBER 23. . AT ONE O'CLQCK. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 20 December 1867

I T2 AJ V E RTISIfiS in the ' * KAPUNDA HERALD.-Tbefollowingis the SCALE ^DISCOOTfTS on Advertisements in the KAPUNDA HEfiALD, when prepaid *-» 6, 7,.and,8 ? "* . ^ ' insertions..,) 111 'be Shilling, or 25 per cent. 9,10, and il) ., . ... insertions ...J 5ri'iatlieShUiing,or29^perceut. Insertion > , . daring qrcr. £ T,U1 the Shilling, or3S£ percent. The Scale of Chaiges is as follows: ?Twolines ... One Shilling. | Thtee iinea ... One Shilling ahd Sixpence. , Fotir lines ... Two Shillings. Krelinej ... TwoSliillingg and-Sixpence. ***' ani Silence.; Kach line more ?" Four-pence. Figare,orTable-workAdverti8ements.chaw{ed . at itjepenee per liae throughout. TheKAPUNDA HERALD haaaowanaxten aive circulation all over the Northern. Country, ineluding'Gawler, Sheaoak LagfGreenock,Nuri ootp^ Angaattm, Stockwell, Truro, iNortlt and So uthBhffie,LyndochValley,-Moorundee.S took-: port,"Ifinwood,'Gilberton,Jaynie, the Wak*»fi eld, Riverton, -Saddleworth, Auhurri^ Mintaro-£fea» ingbam, Watervsl...

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ADELAIDE CO[?]N MARKET. Adelaide, December 19, 1867. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 20 December 1867

ADELAIDE CO c-N MARKET. Adelaide, December 19, 1867. The Wheat and Flour business is still in a very unsettled state, and it is difficult to give any cor rect quotations either for old or new Wheat. Since the last few days our market is not quite so firm as it has been, and at present we ar^ beyond the quotations in Melbourne and Sydney; wlncji, pf course, prevents any .business. The English mail brought again higher quotations for bread-stufis from home and fresh orders, but the accompanying limits are not equivalent to the I prices asked here for good samples, which besides 1 are not yet obtainable of "the new crop. Flour ! lias been sold as liigh as '£20 per ton, but could now be obtained at something 'less. . Bran and; Pollard are scarce. Very little business is doing' in Cape Barley, whilst there is a good demand for English Borley for malting. Oats are neglected. We quote to-day Wheat, old, 7/ to 8/ per bushel; new, 3/ to 6/, according to sample. Flour, £18 to £20 per ton; Bra...

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KAPUNDA MARKET PRICES. "Kapunda Herald " Office. Friday, December 20, 1867. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 20 December 1867

KAEUNDA MARKET PRICES. '?Kapunda Herald " Office. Friday, ' December 20, 1867. Wheat, new 5/6/ per bushel j old, 7/ Flour per tim, £19 Ditto per bag, 40/ 'Bread, per 2lb loaf, 5cl Ditto per lb 3d Bran per bushel,. 1/4 : Pollard par .bushel, IJ6 Hay, per ton-25s to 30s . Beef per lb, 3d tp 4d Mutton, ditto, 2d and 3d Pork, ditto, ditto 5ii tp 6d Steaks, and chops ditto, 4d Hams ditto, Is 9d bacon ditto, 103 Butter per lb-Fresh, 7d Eggs per dozen, /7 Potatoes, ue.w l£d per lb. 9] per cwt. 'Cherries, 6d to 8d. per. lb. jGoosberies, 6d. per, qt.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 20 December 1867

BIRTH.   EDWARDS.-On the 13th December, at her father's residence, Kapunda, the wife of Mr. D. Edwards, Rhynie, of a daughter. Both doing well. DEATH. ROWE.-At Allen's Creek, Kapunda, on the 13th inst., Elizabeth, the beloved wife of John Treloar Rowe, aged 65 years. Died in the Lord.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 27 December 1867

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GOLDEN GIFTS. CHAPTER XXVIII. ARCADIAN DOINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 27 December 1867

GOLDEN GIFTS. BY THE AUTllOK oi' " MAKIAN' " YKHMONT VALE ETC., JSTC. CIL\ PTER XXVIII * AECAIII A N DO I X<1 S. As we liave previously hinted to our readers, Edith's engagement j to Lindly Duncau'was a reality and no mere rumour. Martin had | jealously looked upon his fretjuent visits to the " Wren's ^Nest," even though Harry's well-being had so much to do with the matter. He felt an unutterable reluctance to yield up the hand of his little sister-to parr with one of his choice golden gifts, as ho termed her; and the nearer and nearer that consummation approached, the greater grew Uis reluctance, even though at the same time he had learnt to esteem aud regard with very brotherly feelings the one who sought to make that gift his own. Lizzie knew all about it from the first, knew it was inevitable, and eventually got reconciled to the idea of yielding up her sweet sister. By-and-bye she even rejoiced at the thought of the kind aud loving hands into which she should yield h...

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MISGELLANEA. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 27 December 1867

MISGELLA.NE V. CURIOSITIES OF JUSTICE.-Tbere seem to have been two kinds of criminals who formerly refused to plead to their indict ments-the one, men of property, who by suffering death by pressure instead of by banging preserved their landed estate to their children or heirs, which would not have been the case had they pleaded and been found guilty by the Jury. The other class were ignorant, determined men, who foolishly imagined that by obstinately refusing to plead they should eventually escape the punishment due to their offences. When no argument could in duce a man to plead, the judgment of the law was read over to him as he stood at the Bar. It was thus worded-"That the pvisoner shall be sent to the prison whence he came, and put into a mean room, stopped from the light, and shall there be laid on the bare ground, without any litter, straw, or other covering He shall lie upon his back, his head shall be covered, and his feet shall be bare. One of his arms sh&ll be dr...

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