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STOCKPORT. TUESDAY, JANUARY 7. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 10 January 1868

STOCKPORT. TUESDAY, JANUARY 7 Present-The Chairman, Councillors Lawrie, Young, and O'Dea. The Chairman read a letter from the Associated District Chairmen; one from the Hon. Commissioner of Crown Lands, in answer to Council's application for leave to cut timber on Crown Lands in the Hundreds of Dalkey and Hall by those who have suffered by the late fire in the district; and one from the Destitute Board, declining relief to Ford. The following gentlemen were nominated to fill vacancies in the Central Road Board, viz - Messrs. George Pearce, H. E. Bright, W. B. Everard, and R. Rankine, Esqs. One tender received for repair of Stockport Schoolroom; to stand over. The sum of £1 5/ to be expended on the Stockport and Kapunda road in taking out stumps. Payment", £35 14/6; receipts, nil.

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THE ATHLETIC SPORTS, ETC., AT AUBURN. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 10 January 1868

THE ATHLETIC SPORTS, ETC., AT AUBURN. {"From a Correspondent.] The athletic sports which took place here on New Year'8 Day were a great success. A large grand-stand was erected on the ground (at the expense of Mr J. £. Bleechmore) to accommodate the ladies, and from which a good view of all the sports could be commanded. Two refresh ment booths -vere also on the ground, and were well patronized during the day. At 12 o'clock the first event of the day took place-a foot race; distance, 10J yards; prize, £-2. There were six entries for this race, which was won easily by Mr R. E. Holmes. SECOND EVENT-Putting the Stone. Nine entries. Prizj, £1 l], which was gained by Mr Plkington, who put the stone a distanee of 26 feet 10 inches. I THIRD EVENT-Foot Race; 120 yards, and over four hurdles 3 feet 8 inches high, for which a prize of £2 2/ was offered to the successful competitor. Three gentleman entered to contest this race, which was won by Mr H. E. Holmes. FOURTH EVENT - Hop, Skip, and Ju...

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THE KAPUNDA HERALD. Friday, January 10th, 1868. THE CROPS AND THE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 10 January 1868

THE KAPUNDA HERALD. Friday, January 10th, 1868. THE CROPS AND THE MARKET. So far as the reaping has been proceeded with, the crops in the North, on the whole, have proved (satisfactory-quite equalling the general expectations. Of coarse there are some cases in which individual farmers have been exceedingly unfortunate, some ! even utterly ruined, and this more espe cially in certain localities such as the Alma Plains, where the little grain which was left by the take-all has been consumed by the flames. Taking the district as a whole, however, the general average will, we are persuaded, be a very fair one, more especially when the money value of the produce is taken into consideration. We are not amongst those who would prog nosticate anything like famine prices for wheat, nor would we at ail desire such a state of things; still it cannot be doubted that the. combined influence, of the gene rally low average yield of grain through out this colony, and of the market in England which ...

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AUBURN. January 8, 1868. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 10 January 1868

AUBURN. fFrom a Correspondent.]] January 8,1868. I We have had some very showery weather of late; the farmers have all stopped reaping on account of the rain, which it ia feared will do a great deal of harm to some of the crops. The next public lecture in connection with the Anburn Mumal Improvement Society takes place in the Town Hall on.Thursday evening, the 16 h insr., when the Rev. Mr Davidson, of Clare, will deliver a lecture on 'The Dignity of Labour.' I understand the Auburn Cricket Club has accepted a challenge from the Clare Club. The day when the match is to be played has not yet been fixed, but I am told it wJ.1 be in about a fortnight. I have seen a subscription list on behalf of the Prince Alfred memorial fund, but the people .here do not seethe idea in the same lightas some of our Adelaide people; many would give towards building a Sailor's Home, or something else that would be of more use than a monument «b the top of Mount Lofty.

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THE CEMETERY. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 10 January 1868

THE CEMETEBY. There is perhaps a no more definite and striking index to the character of a people than that which is afforded by the condition of its burial grounds. For, while its public institutions and external surroundings are subject to the modify ing influences of ever-varying circumstances, the general appearance and condition of the Cemetery are determined alone by the moral and intel lectual condition of the people. The external surroundings of the dead are a picture of the internal feelings and conceptions of the living. And it is natural that it should be so ; for, around the last resting-place of huma nity are clustered associations of thought and feeling, of a deeply-interesting, important, and solemn character. Thoughts which despise the petty cares of our money-grubbing existence will escape from this transitory life, and, wandering into eternity, wist fully seek to penetrate the unknown; feelings which, in defiance to our unutterable selfishness, -will link us to the...

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DISTRICT COUNCILS. LIGHT. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 21. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 10 January 1868

DISTRICT COUiNCILS. LIGHT. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 21. Present-Messrs. R. Rmkiue (Chairman), Green, and Kruger. The following tenders for making a fold across the River Light, near Sec tion 9, were opened, viz. -M. Haran, ££5 (ac cepted) ; Travana, £19; Haini.ton, £9 15] for ford, and £3 per chain for approaches. Received, a letter (in reply) from the South Australian Land Company in reference to sale of road between Sections Nos. 220 and 221. The Council resolved that £3 per acre for the above road was a reasonable price; Clerk to reply accordingly. Saturday, JANUARY 4, 1868. Present-Messrs. Rankme (Chairman) and Bald. No quorum.

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KOORINGA. January 8, 1868. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 10 January 1868

KOOKI^GA. (From our own Correspondent.] January 8, 1868. 1 Christmas, -with its usual festivities, has gone; . and business transactions, although comparatively limited, have assumed their wonted activity. A pleasing feature in the merriment and jollity attendant upon this season, is the fact that the generosity of the well-to-do people of' the Burra was the means of furnishing a substantial repast for the poor and needy, which was the more acceptable owing to its being unanticipated. ITifty five families were thus relieved, numbering over 400 souls. A confirmation service is about to be lield, by the Lord Bishop of Adelaide, at St. Mary's Church. " A large number of candidates have presented themselves for examination, and are most attentive to the instructions of their revered pastor, thfe Bev. L. W. Stanton. ? Bush fires have been prevalent near Boobo rowie and adjacent country, although they were fortunately extinguished prior to much damage being done.. The weather has been mos...

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CORRESPONDENCE. RED RUST. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 10 January 1868

OOKRESPONDENCE. BED BUST. TO THE EDITOR. Sir-We remember narrating at an early epoch of our lives, among our other dutie?, that we were to 'order ourselves reverently to all our betters ;* a^d a very great power, and a legal one withal, has given us particular injunctions respecting' the powers that be.' I have seen many of the evils of bungling legislation * Had I a hundred tongues, And throat inspired with iron longs,' I could not relate them all; but like a good citizen I have endeavoured to follow the precepts before hinted at. 1 have withheld from laughing at the follies of our lawmakers because I fond'y imagined that, not one of them having beeu born or bred statesmen, they were doing their little best to serve their country iu the intervals of leisure they could snatch from the duties of their shops. Now, to crown all, a scientific enquiry is en trusted to three or four men whose knowledge of botany or chemistry is limited to that re quired for cooking cabbage and bacon or th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 10 January 1868

Hollo-way's Pills. - To Purify the1 Blood.-With this medicine the discovery of a j great principle of guidance in treating the dis eased boiy dawned upon mankind-the necessity of purifying the blood, "the life of the flesh." This rational treatment gradually superseded the barbarous bleed iuge, destructive emetic®, and undermining mercurial preparations, which had entoiled the profession and public for centuries. Purification of fluids aud solids is the noble purpose Holloway'a medicine was designed to effect, and wonderfully has it accomplished its end-a truth, at the present day, universally ad mitted and acted upon.' In loss of appetite gid diness, partial failure of memory, bilious attacks, and habitual costiveness, Holloway'a Pil's exert the most salutary powers in invigorating any organ which is failing through weakness.-Advt. A W AxtlS lA'tt. DO you suffer from physical incapacity! Are you sufferii g from neivous debility? Have you been the guilty vie 'tim of any seci et vice...

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CLARE. Wednesday, January 8, 1868. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 10 January 1868

CLARE. fFrom OUT own Correspondent.1 Wednesday, January 8, 1868. The weather here is most unseasonable; it com menced to rain on Monday afternoon, and was raining the greater part of Monday night, Tuesday and Tuesday night; it now appears to be breaking and we are in hopes of to-morrow being fine; the rain has happily been very steady, and con sequently the damage will not be very great. The holidays are now over. New Year's Day * - was spent very pleasantly by the Foresters and Oddfellows of this jaeighbourbood in the way. of a picnic, &c., and the Mintaro folks played .a re turn Cricket Match with the Clare Club; the t. latter again coming off victorious. I hear the Auburn folks have challenged the Clare Club, when I suppose they will be disposed of in a similar manner. . On Monday next there is to be a concert in the Town Hall in aid of St. Barnabus's Church, when a lengthy and very attractive programme is to be carried out. On Tuesday a farewell-dinner is to be given to ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 10 January 1868

STOCK-IN-TRADE OF A STOREKEEPER. ON SATURDAY NEXT, JANUARY 11. AT TWO O'CLOCK. TOHN SMALL will sell by auction, ° ON THE PREMISES of Mews. RAEDEL & RUMPS, BAKERS and STOREKEEPERS, Main-street, as above, by order of . the Assignees, Messrs. Palmer and Munton Ail their STOCK-IN-TRADE, and Bake house Fittings AXiSO, Good Horse and Baker's Cart Furniture and Sundries. No reserve. - OR S A LE-COMMON BRICKS and FIRE BRICKS. Apply to the un dersigned, Half-way between the Prince of Wales Hotel and the Morning Star Inn, on the Truro Road. 165-8 JAMES FITZGERALD. BE LET, a NEW CORN STOttE, on the RAILWAY ROAD, near the Rail "ray Station, Kapunda. Apply to FRANCIS TRANTER, 168c Near Kapunda. TVTOTICE.-OLDHAM & SCHMUB ' KER have taken the BTVESTON FLOUR MILL, which has been Thoroughly Repaired, and is now at Work. First-rate Silk-dressed Flour always on band for Sale. First-class Flour guaranteed to Far merewho bring first-class Wheat for Grist. WHEAT PURCHASED in any quantitie...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 10 January 1868

ril O ADVES T ISERS in tl.e A KAPtJNDA HER \LD.-The following is the SCAL"' -»f DISCOUNTS on Advertisements in the KAPUNDA HERALD, when prepaid insertions* J 3d*ia the Shilling, or 25 percent, fns^'tibus !.! } 3£d-in the Shilling, or 29£ per cent. duHng^rtr. } the Shilling, orS3f per cent.j The Scale of Charges is as follows : Two lines ... One Shilling. Three tinea r . One Shilling and Sixpence. Four lines ... Two Shillings. Five lines ... Two Shillings and Sixpence. Six lines... ... TwoShillinge and Sixpence. Each line more . Four-pence. Figure,o*Table-work Advertisements,charged ' at sixpence per line throughout: The KAPUNDA HERALDhas nowan exten ?; «ive circulation ali over the Northern Country* ' including Gawler,Shfeaoak Log, Greenock, Nuri ^iootpa, Angaston; Stockwell, Trtfro, "North and Sq uth Rh ine, 'LyndochValley, Moorundee Stor>k 'j>6rr; Linwood, Gilberton, Rhynie, the Wakefield^ ".Riverton, Saridleworth, Auburn, Mintaro Leasr -:Sngtiam. Watervale, Penwortham, Clar...

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ADELAIDE CORN MARKET. Adelaide, January 9, 1868. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 10 January 1868

ADELAIDE CORN MARKET. Adelaide, January 9. 1868. Very little business has been done in Wheat and Floor daring the week, and prices are rather easier. The last sales of old Wheat are reported at 7/ per bushel, and good new samples fetched 6/3 to-day. Flour is about ill per ton lower and difficult of sale. Bran and Pollard remain scarce. Hardly any business is being done in Barley and Oats. We quote to-day Wheat, old, 7/ per bushel; ditto, new, 4/ to 6/3; Flour, £17 to £18 per ton; Bran, 1/2 per bushel; Pollard, 1/6; Cape Barley, 2/3 to 2/6; English ditto, 3/9 to 4/3 ; Cape Oats, 2/6' to 2/9 English ditto, 3/ to 4/. A. F. CHRISTEN & CO

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KAPUNDA MARKET PRICES. "Kapunda Herald" Office, Friday, January 10, 1868. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 10 January 1868

ILAPUNDA MARKET PRICES, "Kapunda Herald" Office, Friday, January 10, 1868. " Wheat/new 2/6 to 6/ per bushel; old, 6/6 to 6/9 Flour per ton, .£17 Bicio per Bag, 38/ Bread, per 2lb loaf, 5d Ditto per lb 3d Bran per bushel, 1/2 Pollard parbushel, 1/4 Hay, per ton-35s Beef per lb, 3d to 4d Mutton, ditto, 2d and 3d Fork, ditto, ditto 5d to 6d Steaks, and chops ditto, 4d Hams (Eng.) ditto, 1/9,colonial bacon ditto, JlO Butter per lb-Fresh, 8d Eggs per dozen, /9 Potatoes, new Id per lb. 9/ per ewt. Apricots, /3 to /6 per dozen

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 10 January 1868

MARRIAGE. ELLIS-TREWARTHA.-On the 8th of January, at the house of the bride's father, by Mr. James Roberts, Bible Christian Minister, Mr. John H. P. Ellis to Ann Moyle Trewartha, third daughter of Mr. Elisha Trewartha; all of Kapunda.

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ARRIVAL OF THE ENGLISH MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 17 January 1868

ARRIVAL OF THE ENGLISH MAIL. The branek nail steamer Alexandra arrived at Glenelg on Saturday, llth inst., bringing the South Australian portion of the English mail, with news to November 26; later telegrams to December 7." The following are extracts from the papers to hand: The Court' is expected to leave for Osborne about a fortnight before Christmas, after the Queen, with the Royal Family, has paid her annual visit to the tomb of the late Prince Con sort. A large sale of South Australian Bonds has taken place at from 107^ to 108-the last quo tation being J08£. The Imperial Parliament was opened on the 19th November by commission. The Speech refers principally to the Abyssinian expedition and to'immediate necessity of putting down the Fenian movement. There ha*e been serious provision riots at Exster, and other towns, bakers' aud butchers' shop«hiving been entered. The winter prospects of the working classes are reported as being anything but cheering. Already urgent appeals are b...

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MONDAY, JANUARY 13. [Before W. O[?]dham, Esq., J.P., and G. Tallis, Esq., J P.] DEFENDED CAUSES. COLLINS v. BROOKS. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 17 January 1868

MONDAY, JANUARY 13. ["Before W. O-dha ", Esq., J.P., and 6. Tallis, Esq., JP.l DEFENDED CAOSES. COLLINS V. BROOKS. I This was a claim for £15. Defendant paid JE6 15{ inCo Court. Mr Emerson (for Mr Brad;) for plaintiff; Mr Painter for defendant. John Collins examined. By Mr Emerson- Knew the defendant; en tered into a contract with defendtnt to cut 100 tons of small wood on defendant's section for the railway contract; it was not a written con tract ; witness's wife was present when the agreement was made, at Mr Brook's house; a Mrs Caif and a Miss Plash w^re present part of the time; the price agreed on was 3s. per ton; witness was not to deliver it; defendant said he would advance money as the work went on, but had not paid anything; whilst the wood was being cut saw him every day; the wood was to be three feet six inches long, and from three to six inches thich; begin work in the early part of September; there was no time specified for the completion of contract; on the 23rd of Oc...

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LOCAL COURT—KAPUNDA. TUESDAY, JANUARY 7. [Before J. S. Browne, Esq., S.M.] POLICE CASES. (Omitted from last week's report.) [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 17 January 1868

LOCAL COtJKT-&APUNDA. TUESDAY, JANIUBY 7. [Before J. S. Browne, Esq., S.M.] Poucs. CASES. .(Omitted from lost week's report.) James Kemey was fined 5J for drunkenness. Mr,ry Lennon was eharged with druakenneii. and tlso with being a. diaori* erly person, fined 5/-OM-w«ek allowed for payment.

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MUNICIPAL CORPORATION. MONDAY, JANUARY 13. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 17 January 1868

MUNICIPAL COUPOttATION. MONDAY, JANUARY- 13. Present-His Worship the Mayor, Councillor* Francis, Fry, Harden, Mellor, Sock, Nicholson, and Bowe. The minutes of previous meeting were read and confirmed. Councillor Harden objected to the fine imposed on him for non-attendance at the previous meet ing, and explained the cause of his absence. The fine was not rescinded; and His Worship here stated that he had received £2 7/6 fines from the Clerk, for the poor's fund, an 1 also a subscription, and would open a small ledger ac count, wh'ch he would hand to his successor on going out of office. Councillor Brace's non-attendance was ex cused, he being very unwell. . Mr Regan waite I on the Council to explain that a pig of his had accidentally got out, and had b>-en out five minutes when it was pounced on by the Inspector, and he bad since killed the pig to prevent its getting out. He did not want to be summoned, but Fas willing to pay a small fine. After some remarks from His Worship, in...

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FRIDAY, JANUARY 10. FULL JURISDICTION. [Before J. S. [?]rowne, Esq., S.M., W. Liston, Esq., J.P., and W. Oldham, Esq., J.P.] CAMERON v. MANCEL. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 17 January 1868

FBIDAY. JANUARY 10. FCL.1. JOBMDICriON. ("Before J. S. BROWNE, Esq., SSL, W.Liston, Esq., J.P., a»d W. Oldham, Esq., J.P."] CAMRBON V. MANGEL. Mr Beuham fur plaintiff; Mr Emerson for defendant. This case was struck out, Mr Benham not being prepared to go on with it. MAHONEYT. COWPEB. Claim for £36 11/5. Defendant paid £25 into Court, and pleaded not indebted beyond that. Mr O'Halloran f <r plaintiff; Mr Brady for defendant. J. Maboney examined. By Mr O'Hal'oran-Defendant owed witneet £36 11/5, for chaffed hay, delivered and not paid for; had delivered forty-one tons eleven cwt., at £;i per ton, and had only received £97 on account. By Mr Brady-The agreement for the hay was in writing, at £3 per ton, and def ndant agreed to pay witness 16/ per ton extra for chaffing. Mr O1 Hslloran examined. By the Court-Furnished defendant with a copy of the accouot (copy put in) on the 13th November. Mr Brady objected to copy of account being read. By Mr Brady-I suppose Mr Cowper has re ...

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