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PRELIMINARY INVESTIGATION. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 17 January 1868

PRtXTHHABr lNTE8TiaATIOtf. Bennett Treloar appeared on summons charged with obstructing the police in the execution of their duty. Mr Benham for defendant. A. Campbell examined. By C'rpornlQ'Brien-Was a police-trooper; on the 27th December was on duty in the town ship, and apprehended a man named Hock ins for drunkenness, by Hooper's; after he had taken him some persons interfered with him; defendant was one; w en w itness put the hand cuffs on the prisoner, defendant came and told him to let him go; witness told him to mind his own business; defendant swore at him, and said he would not go away for a new c'aum like him ; prisoner resisted, and defend tut took hold of witness trying to pull him away, but did not succeed; witness was kicked very much that night, and Treloar was present all tbe time; was pulled about >y him, but could not say whether he struck or kicked witness; the prisoner, Hockio, called out and asked if any one would back him up if lie sot witness down; def nda...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 17 January 1868

Holloroay'* Pilh.- Paired Tongue, Tainted Breath.-No personal disadvantages can be more annoying than these disagreeable afflic tions, which are quickly removed by Holloway's fills. 'J heir powerful cleansing properties will soon rectify impared digestion, and take away all its vexatious symptoms. When the constitu tion, from climate, excess, or other causes, is en feebled, a regulated course of this medicine will tffect a complete change throughout the system, and restore to the worn-out invalid that ease and strength which he thought had flown for ever, so long had he been a stranger to b> th. An occasional course of these justly celebrated Pills is recommended to all feeling " ill at ease," who, indeed, can rarely point out the origin or seat of their morbid sensations.-Advt. JL WAK.Nl.NCr. DO you suffer from physical incapacity ? Are you sufferii g from nervous debility? Have you been the guilty vie "tim of any secret vice! Do yon sutler from a set of s ymptoms nearly akin m ...

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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 17 January 1868

WEEKLY CALENDAR. Day of Month and Week. Satday., Jan. 18 Sunday, " 19 Monday, " 20 Tuesday, " 21 Wednesdy," 22 Thursday, " 23 Friday, " 24 SDN. Rises. Sets. a.m. ft. 9 5.10 5.11 5.12 5.13 5.14 5.15 p.m. 7.11 7 11 7.10 7.10 5.10 7. 9 ,7. 9 MOON. Rises. Sets. a.m. 0.16 (.53 1.31 2-12 2.57 3.44 4.33

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AUBURN. January 15, 1868. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 17 January 1868

AUBURN. ("From a Correspondent.] January IS, 1863, 1 Since my last we have had very changeable weather. On Monday evening at about 8 o'clock a severe thunderstorm commenced, and lasted about half an hour. The peals of thunder caused many buildings to shake, and parts of the -walls of some new buildings in course of erection were thrown down. During the week I have seen some splendid samples of wheat from Mr. W. Bowden's farm, the crops of which will average not less than twenty-Eve bushels to the acre. The farmers require a few fine days now to enable them to get on with the reaping, they being delayed at present by the unsettled state of the weather. Our Presbyterian friends are about to establish a Sunday-school in connection with their church. I understand the school will be opened next Sun day afternoon in the Town Hall. The District Council has made a great im provement at the crossing over the river, near Messrs. Adamson Brothers' yards. The talk and excitement about the bridg...

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GOLDEN GIFTS. CHAPTER XXX. HELP IN NEED. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 17 January 1868

OOIiDEN GIFTS. BY THE AtfTHOS OF " atABIiMT;" " TBEMOHT TALEETC., ETC. CHAPTER XXX. HELP IN NEED. And SO the night pased on with little Ada. Now and then she awoke, with the strange shuddering consciousness of being alone. No-not'quite alone; the caress and soft whine of her little dog, nestling closely in her aims, convinced her of that, and the stars over head and the soft moonlight told of the presence of another, who could not, would not fail her in her loneliness. And yet it was dreary work for the tenderly-nurtured child, delicately framed in mind and body, to lie there alone in the deep solitude, with the low voices of the night whispering around her: now the hoot of the owl, so like a human creature in the extremity of pain that she shook with fear and sorrow j the peculiar whirring, whizzing cry of the opossum, revelling all around her, m the grass beneath and in the branches overhead; the croaks of the frogs in all their variety of keys-the shrill and the deep-toned . the ...

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CLARE. Wednesday, January 15, 1868. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 17 January 1868

CLARE. fFrom our own Correspondent.! Wednesday, January 15, 1868. : | The weather is still very unfavourable for the fanners, and does not show much promise yet of any settled weather. On Monday evening last, according to notice, the concert in connection with the church came off, and was well attended, the total proceedings amounting to £17 2s. 6i. The programme was both lengthy and varied, aud also of a very en tertaining character; and the repeated encores of the audience fully proved liow well they appreciated the local talent which was displayed on the occasion, and also the recitations so ably given by Mr. C. H. Richardson (of Auburn). The dinner given to Dr. Davies previous to his departure for England, came off at Mrs. Bradley's on Tuesday evening. There were about eighty people present, E. B. G-leeson, Esq,, in the chair; and they spent a most pleasant and convivial evening. After the good things had been dis posed of, I may say to advantage, and the cloth was removed, the ...

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THE KAPUNDA INSTITUTE. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 17 January 1868

THE SAPG3SDA INSTITUTE. j TheJlatf-yefcriy meeting ofmembers wai held aVthe Institute on Friday evening last, the Pre sident (Mr. J. 8. Browne) occupying the chair. The attendance was small. ' - The:'minutes of the previous meeting having been' read and confirmed, the President called on the Secretary, who read the following report by the Committee: - "In presenting their report for the past half year, your Committee find that the reading room hasbeen well attended, both by members sod the public* generally, during that time. ? M Your Committee cannot but congratulate the members on the great success which has con tinued so attend the Sixpenny Readings, the receipts from which source alone bare been £24 8/10 for the four readings given. But whilst glad to have to present so favourable a report on this head, your Committee regret that they cannot notify any corresponding increase in the number of members each as'might have been expected to have resulted from the large attendance at t...

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THE KAPUNDA HERALD. Friday, January 17th, 1868. THE POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 17 January 1868

THE KAPUNDA HERALD. Friday, January 17ih, 1868. THE POST OFFICE. Our successive Governments, however tbey may differ on other matters, appear to be unanimous in one particular-they pursue one common course of action, or rather inaction, in reference to the long promised new Post-office in this township. Referring back to what has now become the distant past, we find one of our old members advocating the necessity of a new structure, showing that it had not just then become a want, but that it had been so for some years back. It was not the fashion in those days to do anything for Kapunda, but the necessity for the proposed building- was so apparent that the claim could not be thrown out, and £1,000 was voted : which was a very effectual way of shelving the question, inasmuch as £1,000 was palpably far too small an amount to effect either the necessary alte rations in the old office, or to build a new one. How not to do it was the aim of the Government, and consequently the matter wa...

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DISTRICT COUNCILS. KAPUNDA. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 17 January 1868

DISTRICT COUNCILS. KAPUNDA. Spatial meeting held at tbe Schoolroom JUlen dale, on Thursday, the 9th January, 1868. Present Mr W.. Jeffs, (Chairman), and Councillors Hazel and Windebank. Minates pf last meeting read and confirmed. Prior and Sampson's claim to stand over until Council have advice from Solicitor. Clerk reported having examined crossing at Hawker's Creek, also some dangerous stumps on the Stockport road, to be attended to when the Council are in funds. Received and read a letter from Solicitor relative to adoption of rate at meeting of ratepayers, which be considers illegal on account of their not being any of tbe Council there to propose the rate. Resolved that the Council make a rate of one shilling in the pound on the assess ment for the current year. Received circulars from Central Road Board, requesting Council to nominate four persons for the Central Road Board for this year. Messrs. Robert Rankine, William Jeffs, James White, and Henry Kelly, were nominated. Rece...

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THE ENGLISH CORN MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 17 January 1868

THE ENGLISH CORN MARKET. The following is tbe circular of Messrs; Burrows & Perks, dated Mark. Lane, NoTember 28, 1S67 i Our last was under date of 29th ult., since - when the tone of the wheat and flour markets has been uniformly dull, with a downward tendency, but which holders have firmly resisted till within the last tea days, when larger arrivals, mostly from St. Petersburg and Aus tralia. compelled sellers ex ship to submit to a reduction of about 2s. to 3s. per quarter ou wheat, and Is. to Is. 6d. per sack on flour from the highest point, which was reached on October 14, At the commencement of this month, a few tales of Adelaide wheat were made in reta'l quantities ex granary at 82s. and 83s. per 49& lbs.; on the llth instant larger sales were made at 80s. landed, bnt a few days later the Warwick from Auckland, Sir John Lawrence from Sydney, Wild Rosa and Essex from Mel bourne, Kniglit of Snowdoun and Ornate fio-n Adelaide, arrived in one week, and 9,000 bags ...

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CORRESPONDENCE. THE LAND SYSTEM. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 17 January 1868

CORRESPONDENCE. THE LAND SYSTEM. TO THE EDITOR. Sir-If yon can find roon to insert the follow ing in some kind of comprehensible form you will oblige, a-* many opinions exist, each diffe rent from the last; bat they all, except the agents), agree to some change in our land system. If only one idea from each is obtained, that is more than you can expect when farmers write. According to statements I have seen lately the average price of land sold at Government i auction is about 25/per acre-that say, for 100 acres £125. This is what the agent pays for it, but a^y other buyer has to bribe thetn until his land costs iu some cases double that amount-but the Government get no more; and if the agentB buy on their own account, they combine together sometimes, and get it for less. If tbe agents buy say 100 acres for £12, they let it to the farmer at £20 per annum, with a right of purchase at about double what it cost them. The amount paid to them would be in fi /e years, at £20, £100, and pu...

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MOUNT PLEASANT. January 14, 1868. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 17 January 1868

MOUNT PLEASANT. [From our own Correspondent.] January 14, 1863. j I Christmas Day and New Year's Day passed off I very quietly in this township, the only amuse- i * ments being picnics. We have also had one or j two respectably-attended balls ; one especially I being a very brilliant and enjoyable affair, at which, about' sistejr couples mustered, many com ing from 'Adelaide 'and other long distances. On Thursday last we had the second edition of the Sixpenny Headings, by the Mutual Im provement Society. It was on the whole, though yery good,' not equal to the previous attempt some of the readings being anything but creditable, and one young man read so very badly that he -was encored as a reward, or rather as a recog nition of the cheek which led him to make an ass of himself on the rostrum. On Saturday morning last we were visited by a very severe hailstorm, which lasted for about fifteen minutes, and in some cases did conside rable damage to the crops. For the third time dtiring ...

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MANCHESTER FENIANISM. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 17 January 1868

MANCHESTER FENIANISML The trial of the five Manchester Fenians (Allen, Larkin, Gould, Maguire, and Shore) for the murder of Police Constable Brett was brought to a conclusion on November 1, the jury return ing a verdict of ' guilty' against all the prisoners. On being asked what they bad to say why sen tence of death should not be passed on them, the prisoners in turn made tbe following state ments : Allen asked where were Barker, Emmett, and others who stood in the dock in defence of their country ? He proposed to review the evidence, but the Judges stopped him. He tlien declared himself, in the presence of Almighty God, inno cent, He did not say tbis, seeking for mercy; he would not have it if offered; he would die for his country; he had done his duty to h i country. He concluded by thanking hid counsel and Mr Roberts, and said his real name was William Philip Allen. Larkin said no one could regret Brett's death more than he did, and he called God to witness that he did not use p...

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ANLABY. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 17 January 1868

AJNLABY. fProm a Correspondent.] I am sorry to have to announce a case of affliction which has happened to a man called Patrick Martin, a shepherd ou the Julia Creek, who has lost five children from the 6ch to llth inst., a space of six days. They were attacked with measles, which turned to diphtheria, and were attended fir>t by Dr. Tallis, and afterwards by Or. Bio>id; but the disease h id made too rapid a progress for medical skill to be of any avail. On Friday, when two of the children were being buried, the sad news carue that another was dead; so that the same conveyance that carried the bodies to the churchyard brought out the coffin f»r the fifth child. When the latter breathed its last, the poor mother was seized wiih a succession of fits, and was carried to her bed. Besides the sad bereavement, the medical and undertaker's charges will take away the whole of the father's wages for the present year. Such a case of affliction will naturally excite the pity of any who ma...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 17 January 1868

TO-MORROW (SAT^RDA^. AT TWb O'CLOCK.' HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, . PIANOS, &<v itE^M. P. BATTEN. BY ORDER OF THE ASSIGNEES. T£>HN SMALL will sell as above, at «* CEASE'S BOOM, Whither they have been removed for convenience of Sale- " " ; . AH- Mr. Batten's General HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, including Two Pianos. &c., &c., &c. No reserve. SALE AT TANUNDA. . - THURSDAY, 30th January, 1868. AT TWELVE O'CLOCK. TOTTO WrNDSCHIED has been * honoured with instructions by Mr. Chas. Lenane (who is leaving the neighbourhood) to eell, on Thursday, 30tb January, at 12 noon at Tanunda " All that Splendid Property situated in John street, Tanunda (containing about HALF ACRE L&ND, having 8? feet frontage to John-street, and 227 feet to William ^s^reet), on which iserected a Substantial STONE HOUSE, containing Five Booms, Passage, large Cellar, Store-house, Stable for Four Horses, Good Well Water, Tarda, Sheds, &c. . HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. Double Bedst...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 17 January 1868

f : D. AD V E R T I S E R S in the KAPUNDA HERALD.-The following i8 ?HwsSGALE^of (DISCOUNTS on Advertisements inthe KAPUNDA HERALD, when prepaid . AJtftosf; J 3d*m tbe ShiUillg'or 25 percent. fcuertions1 *1 sid.in the Shilling, or 29 J percent. dS'vtt-1 4d> in the Shilling, or 33* percent. . The Scale of Charges is as follows: rvro lines ... One Shilling. Three lines ... One Shilling and Sixpence. - Fourlines ... Two Shillings. Fivelines ... Two Shillings and Sixpence. . ,Sk lines Two Shillings and Sixpence. MSfich. line more Four-pence. Fig»rre,or Table-work Advertisements,charged at sixpence per line throughout. The KAPUNDA HERALD has now an exten ?ive'circulationall over the Northern Country, incIudiugGawler, Sheaoak Log, Greenock, Nun Ootpa, Angaston, Stockwell, Truro, North and South Rhine, Lyndoeh Valley, Moorundee. Stor»k port, X.inwoOd, Gilberton, Rhyme, the Wakefield, Hjtertcn, Saddle worth, Auburn, Mintaro Leas tngh&m, W-atervale, Penworthftni, Clare, ftvcunt He...

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KAPUNDA MARKET PRICES. "Kapunda Herald" Office, Friday, January 17, 1868. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 17 January 1868

KAPUNDA MARKET PBICES. "K&punda Herald" Office, Friday, January 17. 1868. Wheat, new 2/6 to 6/ per bushel; old, 6/6 to 6/9 Flour per ton, £17; new, ditto, £14 Ditto per bag, 37/; new, ditto, 32/ Bread, per 2lb loaf, 3£d to 5d Ditto per lb 3d Bran per bushel, 1/2 Pollard p.3r bushel, 1/4 Hay, per ton- 35s 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, 9d Eggs per dozen, /9 Potatoes, new Id per lb. 8/6 per cwt. Apricots, /3 to /6 per dozen Plums, 6d per quart Apples, 4d pier pound

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ADELAIDE CORN MARKET. Adelaide, January 16, 1868. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 17 January 1868

ADELAIDE CORN MARKET. Adelaide, January 16, 1868. The market has been very quiet since last week, and hardly any transactions have been made. Prices of Wheat and Flour are on the decline in England, according to advices by the November mail, which will prevent shipments being made from here. There is not much Wheat offering, on account of the wet weather, and prices are nominally the same as last. Flour is lower and without demand. Bran and Pollard are still scarce, and in demand for home consumption. Barley and Oats are without alteration. We quote to-day Wheat, old, 7/ to 7/3 per bushel; ditto, new, 41 to 6/6; Flour, £16 10/ to £18 per ton; Bran, 1/to 1/1 per bushel; Pollard, 1/5 to 1/6; Cape Barley, 2/3 to 2/4; 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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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 17 January 1868

BIRTH. HUGHES.-On the 9 th inst., the wife of F. B. Hughes, of a son.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 24 January 1868

Hollomay'a Pith. - Dyspeptic Dis orders.-Most of the diseases of the digestive organs consist in a weakness of the affected parts, causing; a deficiency or depravity of the bile or gastric juice. These Pills re-establish the right performance of these functions, ar d thus trium phantly restore and renovate appetite, digestion, and health. Holloway'n Pills perpetually p-eeent cures of chronic indigestion and its attendant maladies, that can hardly be relieved, and certainly that never were cured by any other means, medicinal, dietitic, or otherwise. They are admirably adapted for every class and every constitution. Holloway's Pills cannot be equalled for the purifying, soothing,and iemulating powers they exercise over all diseases of the digestive, mucous, and muscular systems, and they are peculiarly efficacious in nervous debility.-Advt. j*. WAKflliSG. DO you suffer from physical i«capacity J Are you sulferh g.from nervous debility? Have jrou been the guilty vie "tim of any secret ...

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