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CLARE. Tuesday, December 24, 1867. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 3 January 1868

CLARE. [From our own Correspondent.! Tuesday, December 24,1867. I I am sorry to have to report a number of very destructive fires in this neighbourhood. On Wednesday last a fire was seen on the Bun garee Bun, near the Broughton, which kept the folks hard at work till the next morning (Thurs day), which, being a very hot, windy day, must have blown the still lighted embers on to the grass, and resulted in another fearful fire, which cantinued to within a mile and a half of Buu garee Head Station. Then again, there was one raging away on Bundaleer, which was the cause of one poor man (J. McNiel, an old bush hand, and a man liked by all with whom he came in contact) being burnt to death; and I have heard that from one-half to two-thirds of that run has been burnt, and it is supposed that about 200 sheep have also been destroyed. And again, near Sevenhill a fire was raging away in the hills, which burnt out one or two farmers (that is, their wheat) and portions of ^several others ; but,...

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KADINA. January 1, 1868. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 3 January 1868

KADINA. {"From oar own Correspondent.} January 1, 1868. I The people of Kadina seem to be enjoying the holidays very quietly. Wrestling matches ap pear to form the principal amusement. To-day the regatta which is to take place at Wallaroo -will doubtless attract many visitors Daring the recent hot weather bush fires were to be seen in every direction. The Cemetery very narrowly escaped destruction last Thursday week. One of the fires then raging caught the fence, and destroyed nearly twenty of the posts; some two or three of the grave enclosures were also burnt. But for the timely assistance of a gang of men from the Wallaroo Mines, sent by Captain Dunstan, the whole of the enclosures must have been burnt.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 3 January 1868

Holloreays Ointment and JPilh. Fear u >t.-Though surrouiv'^d by citca nvtanceS disadvantageous to health, these remedies, properly sipplied, will cut short fevers, i' fluenza, it fiamuiation, diptheria, and a host of other com plaints always lurking aboit to feizJ 011 the w^ak, forlo n or unwary. The euperiority of Holloway'a tntd cines over othfT* 1< r subduing disease has been so wi ely and fully proved, that it ia only necessary to ask the afflicted to give them a trial, and if the instructions folded round them be followed no disappointment will ever ensue, nor dangerous consequences result. In hoarseness and ulcerated sure throat the O ntment should frequently be rubbed on the neck and top of the chest; it will arrest the in creasing inflammation, allay disquietude and gradually cure.-Advt. A VVAttJSliStr. DO > you. suffer from physical incapacity? Are yousufferii g from nervous debility? Have jrou been the .guilty vie "tim of any sect et vice? Do you suffer fr...

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THE KAPUNDA HERALD. Friday, January 3rd, 1868. RETROSPECT. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 3 January 1868

THE KAPUNDA HERALD. Friday, January 3rd, 1868. RETROSPECT. Another mile-post on the highway of life has now been reached and passed, and 1867 with all its teachings and experiences, its trials and its triumphs, its sorrows and its Joys, has merged into the irrevocable past. That mind must be curiously con stituted which at such epochs in life's his tory as the commencement of a new year does not pause awhile to review to review the path by which it has been led along that portion of life's journey embraced within the departed year, resolving to live out the present according to the light gathered from the experience of the past; to avoid its mistakes; to follow out what ever was right therein; and indeed so to act that each to-morrow-of which years, weeks, and a lifetime are made up-may j find us further advanced towards the great purposes of life than the to-day which has so nearly gone from our grasp. These retrospects, if conducted in a proper spirit, cannot fail to be of advanta...

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AUBURN. December 26, 1867. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 3 January 1868

AUBURN. fFrom a Correspondent.]} December 26, 1867, ( The anniversary services in connection with the Bible Christian Church, Auburn, took place on Sunday, 22nd inst., when the Rev. J. Hancock from Kapunda, preached in the morning and afternoon. The rev. gentleman took for his text in the morning-Isaiah, 35th chapter, and 8th, 9tfa, and 10th verses. The congregation was rather srnalT, but in the afternoon was much better-when the Rev. Mr Hancock based his discourse on the 10th, 11th, 12th, 13th, and 14th verses of the 18th chapter of St. Luke. In the evening the Rev. W. Davidson, of Clare, preached to a crowded congregation. The rev. gentleman chose for his text the first clause of the 35th verse of the 27th chapter of St. Matthew. Although the chapel was so well filled, and con sidering the very close state of the weather, the discourse-which was exceedingly interesting was listened to with devout attention. On the 25th (Christmas Day) a tea meeting in connec tion with the annivers...

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ORIGINAL POETRY. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 3 January 1868

ORIGINAL pokthv. The following poem, by Mr. J. H. Adamson, obtained the prize at the Auburn Mutual Im provement Society's Conversazione:-, WRECK OF THE ADMELLA. The sun had bathed his fiery face - In the western ocean wave, As a good ship rode on the billows proud, Urged on by the iron slave. The glistening wares dashed o'er her prow As she. nobly glided on, And old and young stood on the deck; And some stood there alone, And wept as they thought of those they loved, But would ne'er again see- more; "While children played in. the spray that fell, Or gazed on the passing shore. And many, an eager little face, Peeped down into the hold, To see the firemen labouring . As Vulcan did of old. They see the clanking engine move, And hear the hissing steam, And watch the light thrown from the fire, In many a ruddy gleam. On a corner of the quarter deck With a sweet child on her knee, A mother sat, and pensive looked Across the heaving sea. The child's blue eyes upturned to heaven, Grazed on ...

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CORONER'S INQUEST. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 3 January 1868

CORONER'S INQUEST. An inquest was field at the Prince of Wales Hotel-pa Tuesday last, by W. Oldham, Esq., J.P., and a Jury of thirteen, of whom Mr Dnellwas choBen Foreman, to enquire into the origin jof .a bnsh fire which occurred near Kapunda on the previous Sunday. Mr James Hawke examined. By the Coroner-Was present at the fire re ferred to, near the Cemetery, on Sunday after noon, and helped to put it out, when it broke out afresh behind the hill, andwitness went to assist there; just before he went to do so he heard Mrs. Richards asked if «he saw the fire originate, and she replied that she saw the first flame rise, and that it was at the foot of Edgecombe, or some name like that as it ap peared to him, though he had since been told «w she said at the foot of the head-stone; hare made further enquiries as to the matter, but that the fire just then broke out afresh; did not know who the female was who asked. Mrs Richardson that question; when witness got up, the fire had extended...

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HAMILTON. December 25, 1867. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 3 January 1868

HAMILTON. [From our own Correspondent,"] December 25,1867. J On Sunday last the anniversary of the Bible Christian Chapel was celebrated, when the Rev. J. Bock, of Auburn, preached three able and im pressive sermons to very large congregations. The usual festival was held on Christmas Day, in Mr Mugg's corn store, which was kindly lent for the occasion. The weather was delightful, consequently a large number of persons as sembled. Ample justice having been done to the elegant and sumptuous repast provided by the ladies, the Mends retired to the chapel, were a public meeting was held, presided over by the Rev. J. Hancock, one of the ministers of the Circuit. The meeting was well and eeriouBly addressed by the Chairman, and Messrs. Hill, J. Sanders, and others. During the evening a col lection was made, "Votes of thanks were passed to the ladies for providing the tea, and also to the Chairman, and the meeting was closed in the usual manner. Harvest operations have become general. Many...

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GOLDEN GIFTS. CHAPTER XXIX. WHAT BEFEL ADA GREY. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 3 January 1868

OOIiDBN GIFTS. BY THE~ ATJTHOK OF " MARIAN " VERMONT VAI/E ETC., ETC. CHAPTER XXIX.* . WHAT BEFEL ADA GEEY. Aurusor pet in: gloriously that' year-set in with soft breezes, pleasant sunshine, and a renewal of flowers that were refreshing to behold after the burnt, dry aspeet of the country, the scorched up Flora, and sere and yellow hill tops. Showers, cool and invigorating, fell softly in the night time. It was delightful to be in bed and listen to the musical fall of the rain drops-now playfully^beating against the windows, now gentlj plashing at their foot. Soft, refreshing showers they were; forewarning, perhaps, what the winter would bring-nothing more. With the daylight came back the cheerful sunlight, with but little beat; .for the night showers cooled the air, and the sun looted serenely on the moistened ground, and took only a portion of its moisture, and gradually tiny green blades of grass sprung up amidst the burnt up blades of summer, and the whole face of the country be...

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ANNIVERSARY OF THE AUBURN BAND OF HOPE. January 2, 1868. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 3 January 1868

ANNIVERSARY OF THE AUBURN BAND OF HOPE. [From a Correspondent.] January 2, 1863. { The anniversary of tbe Auburn Band of Hope took place on 1st January (New Year's Day). The weather was all that could be desired. About 9 o'clock in the morning tbe members of the Band of Hope, to the number of 250, a*' sembled in front of Messrs. Adamson Brothers' establishment; at 10 o'clock the children sang a hymn, after which they took their seats in the various waggons kindly lent fox the occasion, and were very soon conveyed to a beautiful spot in Mr W. Thomas's section, at Fine Creek. About fifty children marched to the ground, choosing rather to walk than ride. Various coloured banners were carried by the children, many of which bore temperance and Scripture mottoes. After the children arrived at the sec tion they soon found their way to the various amusements provided-amongst which we no ticed circular swings, swinging-boats, velocipedes, gymnastics, target shooting, cricket, footb&l...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 3 January 1868

On TUESDAY NEXT, JANUARY 7. HORSES AND DRAYS. fOHN SMALL will sell by auction, AT OXEARY'S YARDS, COMMERCIAL INN, MAIN-STREET, At Twelve o'clock sharp on TUESDAY NEXT, JANUARY 7 2 DRAUGHT HORSES 2 Tip-Carts ; 1 Set GigHarness 1 Set fieavy ditto SO Old Bags,&c. No reserve. FOR CASH. On TUESDAY, January 7, at 12 o'clock ON THE PREMISES (ST. JOHN'S), KAPUNDA. BUGGY, HORSES, COWS, HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE AND EFFECTS T TJKE MURPHY is instructed by the J Executors of the late Rev. J. Moynehan to | sell, on Tuesday, 7th January, at 12 o'clock All, his FURNITURE and EFFECTS, con sisting of A Buggy and Harness ~ Two Good Horses, quiet in saddle -and "harness JL Milch Cow Chaffcutter The Household Furniture and Effects pOR SALE-COMMON BRICKS _ and FIRE BRICKS. Apply to the un dersigned, Half-way between the Prince of Wales Hotel and the Morning Star Tww3 on the Truro So ad. 165-8 JAMES FITZGERALD. fTlO be SOLD, SECTION No. 3, con taming 631 Acres, In the Hundred of BURRA, adjoining the Pr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 3 January 1868

rp O A D v E a T I S E R S in the A KAPUNDA HERALD.-'The following is the SCALE of DISCOUNTS on Advertisements ia the KAPUNDA HERALD, when prepaid iuJrtton^.J 3d*fathe Shilling,or 25 percent. Llr'tiouf !.!} 8 ^d.in the Shilling, or29£ percent. diing* qrtr. \ 'itLin ^Shilling, or38£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. Figdre,orTabIe-work Advertisements,charged at sixpence per line throughout. The KAPUNDA HERALD has now an exten sive circulation all over the Northern Country?. Including Gawler, Sheaoak Log, Greenock, Nuri ootpa, Angaston, Stoekwell, Truro, North and South Shine, LyndochValley, Moorundee Stock port, Linwood, Gilberfcon, Bhynie, the Wakefield, Riverton, Saddlewortl^ Auburn, Mintaro Leas ingb&m, Watervale,Penwortham, GJare, Jirunt Remarkable, Port A...

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ADELAIDE CORN MARKET. Adelaide, January 2, 1868. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 3 January 1868

ADELAIDE CORN MARKET. Adelaide, January 2, 1868. Hardly any business has been done during the week in Wheat and Flour, principally on account of the holidays. The market is still quite unsettled, and buyers refuse to pay the high rateB demanded by farmers for their Wheat. Elour is easier, and can be bought at fully £1 per ton under last week's rates. News to hand this day from Melbourne report the crops in "Victoria to be very fair, and fully sufficient for the requirements of that "colony during the en suing season. Bran and Pollard are still scarce and Tery firm. Oata and Barley are neglected. We quote to-day Wheat, old, 7/6 to 8/ per bushel; ditto, new, 41 to 6/9; Flour, Town, £18 10/ to £19 10/ per ton; ditto, Country, £17 to£18 10/; Bran, 1/ per bushel; Pollard, 1/3 to 1/4; Cape Barley, 21 to 2/4; English ditto, 3/9 to 4/3; Cape Oats, 2/3 to 2/6; English ditto, 3/6 to 4 /. A. F. CHRISTEN & CO.

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KAPUNDA MARKET PRICES. "Kapunda Herald" Office, Friday, January 3, 1868. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 3 January 1868

KAPUNDA MARKET PRICES. "Kapunda Herald" Office,Friday, January 3, 1868. Wheat, new 2/6 to 6/ per bUBhel; old, 7/ Flour per ton, £\1 Ditto per bag, 38/ Bread, per 21b loaf, 5d Ditto per lb 3d Bran per bushel, 1/4 Pollard par bushel, 1/6 Hay, per 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 (Eng.) ditto, 1/9, colonial bacon ditto, /10 Butter per lb-Fresh, 6d Eggs per dozen, /9 Potatoes, new Id per lb. 9/ per cwt. Cherries, lOd to la. per. lb. Goosberries, 8d. per. qt. Plums, 8d per quart

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 3 January 1868

MARRIAGE. TERRILL-TERRILL.- On the 25th of De cember, at the residence of the bride's father, Mr. James Terrill, youngest son of Mr. Thomas Terrill, Kapunda, to Mrs. Amelia Terrill, widow of the late Mr. Thomas Terrill, of Wattle Gully, Victoria. DEATH. TERRILL.- On the 21st of September, at Wattle Gully, Chewton, Victoria, Mr. Thomas Terrill, eldest son of Mr. Thomas Terrill, of Kapunda; greatly regretted - leaving a wife and six children to mourn his loss.

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MELBOURNE TWENTY-NINE YEARS SINCE. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 10 January 1868

MELBOURNE TWENTY-NINE YEARS S15TCE. After looking- over a collection of curious and interesting chronicles of Victorian his tory, the writer finds himself induced to pause and expatiate on a very remarkable point in the retrospect. It was in the year 1838 that the first newspaper printed in the colony made its appearance. For some months previously a manuscript sheet of weekly information had been issued to the Melbourne public, its intelligence flawing directly from the industrious fore-finger of the redoubtable John Pasco« Fawkner. But, on the 27th of October, 1833, Messrs. Arden & Strode produced the first number of the Port Phillip Gizeite, the earliest newspaper of legalise ! iasue presented to the public in what is now the colony of Victoria. Volume number one of the said journal is before us, and seems to make a giant stripe in the march of enterprise and social development in the young com munity. The Gazette made its appearance on one sheet of four pages of about th...

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PAUL GRAYLING'S SECRET. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 10 January 1868

PAUL GRAYLING'S SECRET. Paul Grayling and my father had been school fellows and lifelong friends; and when my father died, he left him his executor. I was abioad at the time; but on receiving the intelligence of my father's death, I returned home ; and at Mr Gray line's request, the first thing I did was to start off to visit him at his seat in Westslrre. Though my father and he had been such close friends, I had not seen Mr Grayling for maty years. This arose from two reasons-my resi dence abroad, and his retirement into the country. When I was introduced to him, he was seated in his library, buried apparently in the most pro found meditation. He started on my name being announced, and, rising, welcomed me warmly. As a young man, visiting our house in years Ion? past, I had a vivid recollection of him ; but years had so altered him that had I seen him anywhere bnt in his own house I should not have recognized him. We sat and conversed for some time, till the dressing bell rang, and...

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KAPUNDA. SATURDAY, JANUARY 4, 1868. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 10 January 1868

I KAPUNDA. I SATURDAY, JANOAR? 4, 1868. ] ( Present-Mr Jeffs, (Chairman). No quorum, j

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CLARE. MONDAY, JANUARY 6. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 10 January 1868

I CLAUE. MONDAY, JANUARY 6. Present-Messrs. Chapman and Priest. Pay ments made amounting to £37 15/.

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LOCAL COURT—KAPUNDA. MONDAY, JANUARY 6, 1868. [Before J. S. Browne, Esq., S.M.] INTERPLEADERS. GAMLIN v. R. ST. GEORGE (C. St. George, Claimant.) [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 10 January 1868

LOCAL COURT-KA.PUNDA. MONDAY, JANUARY 6, 1868. {[Before J. S. Browne, Esq., S.M.J INTERPLEADERS . GAMUN V. R. ST. GEORGE (C. St. George, Claimant.) Mr O'Halloran (for Mr Daly) for claimant; Mr Brady for the execution, creditor. Mr Brady took a preliminary objection that notice of the claimant's claim had not been put in in sufficient time, the Act requiring five clear days' notice, whereaB it was not served until the 2nd of January. Mr O'Halloran contended that it was not necessary to prove service of particulars. The particulars were left with the Clerk on the 1st of January. Mr O'Halloran examined. By the Court-Left the particulars at the office of the Clerk of Court on the 1st January, it being open. By Mr Brady-Did not know whether the 1st of January was a holiday; the Act did not count holidays or Sundays. Mr Brady-That is just what I contended. His Worship said there had not oeen aue notice, and dismissed the summons. Mr O'Halloran said he should give notice to the bailiff not...

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