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THE NEW WATERWORKS. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 3 September 1878

THE NEW WATERWORKS. TO THE EDITOB. Sir—Can you inform me whether the iron founders in the colony are to have an oppor tunity of casting -the pipes for the above ? My reason for asking is that there seems to be every probability that forty-two years pastoral leases •will soon be the law of the Land, and though I should be the last to deny the benefit which the squatting interest has been and I trust long will be to us, I never theless demur to what some people think— that ihiB fatr land was exclusively created for them. The principle on which such conces sions are to be granted appeor to me to be only two—first, that the quality of the land is altogether useless for agriculture—in which case such long terms would be quite unneces sary, as amongst the brotherhood one man's holding would be practically safe from intru sion by others so long as the rent was paid; secondly, the interests of the privileged few are to be protected from those of the many, at least for a time, and however mu...

Publication Title: Kapunda Herald
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MONTHLY CALENDAR—SEPTEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 3 September 1878

1 I MONTHLY CALENDAR—SEPTEMBER. Sun. Moon. Day ot JVLontn and Week. Bises. Sets. Bises. Sets. A.M. P.M. A.M. P.M. Sunday 1 6 23 5 37 8 2 10 48 Monday 2 6 21 5 38 8 44 11 55 Tuesday 3 6 20 5 39 9 35 A.M. Wednesday 4 6 19 5 40 10 34 0 58 Thursday 5 6 18 5 40 11 38 1 53 Friday 6 6 16 5 41 P.M. 2 43 Saturday ■7 6 15 5 42 1 49 3 22 Sunday 8 6 13 5 42 2 52 3 58 Monday 9 6 12 5 43 3 54 4 39 Tuesday 10 6 10 5 44 4 48 4 58 Wednesdayll 6 9 5 44 5 46 5 22 Thursday 12 6 8 5 45 6 42 5 47 Friday 13 6 7 5 46 7 36 6 10 Saturday 14 6 5 5 47 8 32 6 35 Sunday 15 6 4 5 48 9 29 7 1 Monday 16 6 2 5 48 10 25 7 33 Tuesday 17 6 0 5 49 11 21 8 9 Wednesday 18 5 59 5 50 A.M. 8 54 Thursday 19 5 57 5 51 0 15 9 47 Friday 20 5 56 5 52 1 6 10 49 Saturday 21 5 55 5 52 1 53 11 56 Sunday 22 5 54 5 53 2 35 P.M. Monday 23 5 52 5 54 3 12 2 23 Tuesday 24 5 51 5 55 3^45 3 37 Wednesday 25 5 50 5 55 4 17 4 49 Thursday 26 5 48 5 56 4 49 6 2 Friday 27 5 47 5 57 5 19 7 15 Saturday 28 5 46 5 58 5 55 8 28 Sunday 29 5 44 5 58 6 37...

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REUTER'S TELEGRAMS VICTORIA. Melbourne, August 29. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 3 September 1878

BEUTEft'S TELEGKRAMS VICTORIA. Melbourne, August 29. Mr. G-auiison raised an important discussion in the Assembly to-day on the question of the illegality of the restrictions affecting the borrowing powers of lessees under the 19fch section of the Land Act. The discussion lasted ail the afternoon, and will likely con tinue for some time. The Directors and Manager of the Colonial Mutual Life Assurance Association have been summoned to answer an information charging each of the former with a liability of £2 10s. per diem, and the latter with a liability of £5 per diem, for having neglected to lodge with the Registrar-General a copy of the list of the shareholders in the Association, with their names and addresses. There are 211 days for which the penalty may be im posed. Melbourne, August 30. A meeting of the Australian Sheep Breeders' Association was held last night. About 60 members, including the President (Sir Samuel Wilson), were present. The prizes obtained at the late show were...

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CORRESPONDENCE. A GROWL. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 3 September 1878

CORRESPONDENCE. It most be understood that we do not necessarily endorse the opinions of Correspondents under this heading. A GROWL. TO THE EDITOR. Sir—X would ask a few questions as a rate payer concerning Mr. Inspector Wheare. I would like to call liis attention to Hogan street, and to the niahsoil thereon. Is he Inspector of Nuisance still ? "Why I ask this is that he is but seldom to be seen on his ' duties, but attending sales and ploughing matches. I would ask in the name of com mon sense whether it is the ratepayers' money or the Council's private purse that is paying for this. I hare seen in the Werald where the Council asked Inspector Wheare to esti mate the cost of making a certain street in Kapunda and he said about £200, when les9 than £120 would do it if the work was let by tender. I would like to know whether the Council asked Inspector Wheare could he make an estimate before they asked him to do so. I am, Sir, &c., A RATEPAYER. Kapunda. August 30, 1S78. £We in...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 3 September 1878

TENNANT'S ALE. TEMAOTS ALB TTTR Undersigned lias JUST RE CE.'.VJtD some of this SUPERIOR TfR.AND, in Quarts and Pints. Also, in Stock, other WELL-KNOWN BRANDS of ALE and PORTER. A few cases of the KILLAENEY still left, At BREWSTER'S STORES. EGBERT BREWSTER, MAIN-STREET, KAPUNDA. COMFORTABLE BOARD and RESIDENCE, at Mrs. WELLING TON'S, Mine-square (formerly Dr. Blood's ' residence), forfour or five single men. [59-69 TORE at EUDUNDA.—TO BE LET, the COMMODIOUS STORE t at Eudunda lately in tlie occupation of Mr. | J, H. Trevaskis, Draper. Apply to Mr. Wm. Hoopeb, Eudunda; or to Messrs. Rowett and Hoopee, Kapunda. 54s r" Berkley, Sept. 1869.—Gentlemen —£ fed it a duty I owe to you to arpresB.my gnttitade for the gnat benefit I have derived by fa»feing ' Norton's Camomile Pills.' I ap plied to your agent, Mr. Bell, Berkeley, for the above-named Pills, for wind in the stomach, from which. I suffered excruciating pain for a length of time, having tried nearly eresj remedy prescribed, but wi...

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NEW SOUTH WALES. Sydney, August 29. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 3 September 1878

STEW SOUTH WALES. Sydney, August 29. The Chairman of the Liberal meeting, which was held on Tuesday, has sent a telegram to Mr. Gladstone expressive of confidence in him individually and in the Liberal party. During the past year the value of the wool exported from this colony has been £5,256,038. Two men have obtained verdicts against the Government in the District Court for the loss of horses by insecure railway fences. A valuable seam of coal was struck yester day on Mr. Hannel's estate, Wickham, at a depth of 160 feet. The size of the seam is seven feet one inch. Sydney, August 30. It is estimated that the population of the colony on June 30th was 675,316, being an increase of 13,014 sinee the end of last year. It is stated that the Duke of Northumber land has sent £250 for the purchase of wines from the Hunter Hirer district, having tasted them at the Paris Exhibition. Sydney, August 31. The Cabinet is considering a proposal of the Victorian Government for a joint subsidy for a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 3 September 1878

KAPUNDA MONTHLY MARKET. PALMERSTON YARDS, KAPUNDAJ THIS DAY (TUESDAY), September 3. COLES & GrOODCHILD will sell by auction, as above, com mencing at 12 o'clock sliarp— 200 ™f°BE 200 Hole.—The ~Big Sale commences at 12 sharp. 6000FAT ^ptobe6000 For Mr. D. MacLean, Esq., from his Bokhara Station:— - 1,200 Prime Fat Wethers 1,200 do. Ewes 500 do. Lambs. For J. Crnigie, Esq.— 800 Fat Wethers. For Mr. James Doyle— 700 Good Store Wethers (well woolled). On other accounts— 1,600 Fat and Stores 260 FA%5?rf°BE 260 Comprising 150 Magnificent Store Bullocks (in splendid condition) 4 aaid 5 years old, and particularly qniet AXD 100 MIXED FAT AND STORES. AI.SO, Team of 10 Bullocks, Dray, and Tackling. 60 HEAVY, MEDIUM, ANI> LIGHT HORSES. KAPC ADA MONTHLY MARKET. PALMERSTON YARDS, KAPUNDA. THIS DAY (TUESDAY), September 3. COLES & GrOODCHILD are favoured with instructions from J). MacLean, Esq., to sell by auction, as above, from his BOCKHARA STATION— 1,200 PRIME FAT WETHERS 1,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 3 September 1878

Business Directory. EAPUKDl. BEEWSTEE, E., "Wine, Spirit, and . General Merchant, Brewster's Build ings, Main-street. Agent for Salter's and other Wines. EENHAM, W. H., Solicitor, Notary Public, &C., Main-street. Money to lend on property under the Real Property Act, or otherwise, at lowest rate of interest. BETTCE, JOHN A,, Auctioneer, Land, Loan, and General Commission Agent. Money to Lend in large or small sums. TyjMB&ECK, THOMAS, Tanned 1 A and Currier, near Morning Star. Leather of every description on hand and to order. Bark, Hides, and Skins, &c., bought. "l^iUMBEECK, "WILLIAM, Tanner _!_/ and Carrier, Buna-road, (late Frith's). Bark, Hides, &c., bought. Lather on sale or 'to order—first quality. EMERSON,- Mr., Solicitor, Main street, Kapunda. Money to lend on Mortgage or Deposit of Deeds. EAWCETT'S soothing POWDERS, for Children Teething. | Sold in Packets at One Shilling; or by post for Seven Stamps. Address, E. Fawcett, Chemist, Kapunda. GME...

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NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 3 September 1878

NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. " A Looker Ox," Eudanda, has not sent us hie real name, for which reason his commu nication is not published.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 3 September 1878

TO-MGHT (tuesday), ME. W. H. WHYMAN will EXHIBIT and give an Oration over his BEAUTIFUL MODEL of the TABERNACLE of ISRAEL, In the Model School. Chair to be taken at 7.30. Admission—Is.; Reserved Seats, Is. 6d. Children, Half-price. x j^APTTNDA HOSPITAL A MEETING- of Ladies will be held at the KAPUKDA INSTrrUTE:onWEDNESD AY, September 4, at 4 p.m., to settle the Prelimi nary Arrangements for a Bazaar in aid of the above institution. A large attendance is urgently requested. A. M. VARLEY, Hon. Sec. JULIA DIST ETC T. TENDERS will be received by the above Council unfa] SATURDAY, September 7, for the following works:— No. 1. Side Drain and Silling Ruts be ween Soelgan's Gap and Northern Boundary. No. 2. Providing about 40 yards 2|-inch metal near Solomon's Dam. No. 3. About 40 chains Side-drain, and Filling Ruts near the Council Chamber. No. 4. filling Rats and ^Forming about twelve /A».ing near Ben Lomond. No. 5. One Chain Metalling near Mr. Steel's dam. Tenders for Sidedrains to be ten...

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DISTRICT COUNCILS. KAPUNDA. SATURDAY, AUGUST 31. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 6 September 1878

DISTBICT COUNCILS. KAPUNDA. Saturday, August 31. The Council met as Commissioners of Ho&ds in the Council Chamber at 2 p.m., when the notice of the meeting was read by the Clerk and Surveyor, and a dupli cate of the plans deposited with the Sur veyor-General laid on the table, and it "was reported that nonotice of objection had been received. Orders were made for the opening of the new roads and the closing of the old roads as stated in the Gazette. Subsequently the Council met for ordinary business. Present—The Chairman and Councillors Sampson, Jones, and Hams. Minutes of the previous meeting read and confirmed. Letter received from P. Miller applying for repairs to Anlaby Road; Sur veyor to inspect and call for tenders; also, from Kapunda Corporation for forming West terrace ; Surveyor to arrange for having it done. Chairman reported having joined deputation as to Rabbit Bill. Mr. March applied for repairs in Young-street; to be attended to. Surveyor to inspect reserve on ...

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CORRESPONDENCE. VOLUNTEER APPOINTMENTS. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 6 September 1878

CORRESPONDENCE. It mist be understood that we do not necessarily endorse the opinions of Correspondents under this heading. VOLUNTEER APPOINTMENTS. TO THE EDITOB. Sir—For a long time the feeling in this colony-with, regard to the Volunteer move ment was apathetic; but the dread terror of the Russians oomine here seemed to eliminate that feeling, and the hue and cry was raised for the establishment of such a Force as would preserve us from annihilation at the hands of the Muscovite, or from the depreda tions of privateers. Accordingly we bad a Force inaugurated—a very fair one indeed, although the number is certainly small—and were pleased to watch the steady progress of the men. But a different result will shortly supervene if appointments are made in the same way as a recent one in tlie Kapunda Company, and where the spirit of emulation previously existed will arise tlie feeling com monly known as " don't-care-a-straw-ism." The two gentlemen imported from liome for the ostensible p...

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THE TRANSVAAL. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 6 September 1878

THE TEA.NSVAAI/. Mr. J. D. Cossins has kindly placed at otzr disposal two letters received from bis son, who is at present at the Transvaal, from which we make the following extracts:— Fort Mameluke, June 28,1878. Since I last wrote, I have been transferred from Fort Weeber to this Fort—a distance of twelve or fifteen miles. We have had onlv had one " big fight" since the affair of Mas sellaroons, and have not captured any more cattle. This is a very nice Fort, built by the Volunteers themselves. It is in the form of a square, with two bastions. The houses are circular, with thatched roofs, and number twenty-one. In addition to these we have five tents inside the Fort and three or four outside. . . . Captain Carrington is in command here since Captain Van Derenter's death. I like this life very well, and have signed articles for another four months. A few words with reference to the battle. We started from this Fort on Thursday, June 20, at 8 o'clock, and arrived at Fer rura's Fort ...

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MELBOURNE. [From our own Correspondent.] August 30, 1878. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 6 September 1878

MELBOURNE. [From our own Correspondent.]} August 30,1878. "We are about to lose the services of Sir George Bowen whose period of office expires very shortly. The appointment of Governor of Mauritius has been offered to Sir George and accepted by him. The papers here can not agree whether this is a mark of con fidence or no confidence in Sir George on the part of the Home Government; but when we recollect that Mauritius ranks as a first class colony, has many advantages, and always possesses good society in the officers of the garrison stationed there, it must be ad mitted that Sir George has no reason to look on this appointment in anything but a favor able light. You will doubtless recollect that another well-abused Governor of ours went to the same place. I allude of course to Sir Henry Barkly. Who is to be our next Governor ? That is the question which every one has been asking himself. Popular opinion seemed to fix upon Sir Hercules Bobinsonj at present Governor of Hew South Wal...

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TO A GROWLER. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 6 September 1878

TO A GKROWIiER. TO THE EDITOB. Sir—In Tuesday s paper you published a letter signed "A Ratepayer" under the heading " A Growl," growling about the manner in which I attend to my duties. Now, sir, if " Ratepayer," the growler, will attach his real name to hie communications, j or adopt the suggestion of the Editor in his footnote, I will prove satisfactorily that his assertions are unfounded; otherwise I will pass them by with the contempt they deserve. I am, Sir, &c., HENRY WHEABE, Surveyor, &c. Eapunda, September 4, 1878.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 6 September 1878

MANY HAVE TRIED, All have Failed in producing an article equal to BICKFORS'S COUGH ELIXIR ! EOR THE CUBE 07 Coughs, Golds, and Asthma. Sold by every Storekeeper in the Colony, and Wholesale and Retail by the Proprietors, 19, HINDLEY-STREET, ADELAIDE. Herewith for your perusal is one of the many Testimonials we have received:— MESSES. A. M. BICKFORD & SONS, HXNDLEY-STSEET, ADELAIDE. Gentlemen—Last February I called at your establishment with my daughter, who had been suffering for some weeks with a lingering fever and severe cold, resulting in a racking cough that continued until I became quite alarmed through, the weak state she was getting into. You highly recommend BICKFOED'S COUGH ELIXIR as a relief. My daughter has taken nearly the contents of three bottles, and I am very pleased to inform you that it had a: wonderful effect on her, having quite cured her of the . cough, and restored her to perfect health. So mueh do I think of this preparation that I consider it my duiy...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 6 September 1878

DEATH. WILL.—On the 5th inst., Mabel Jessie, youngest daughter of David and Ann Will, aged 3 years.

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OUR CITY LETTER. [From our own Correspondent.] Adelaide, September 4. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 6 September 1878

OUB CITY LETTER. {TProm our own Correspondent.] Adelaide, September 4. : Wool is beginning to come in from various quarters. Two small cargoes hare arrived down the Murray at Goolwa, one at Port Adelaide from the West, and several loads at the Bnrra from the North-east. Several large firms are making preparations for a large trade in wool during the season now com mencing. You have before had a notice of Messrs. Priestly & Co's. and of Messrs. Lux moora & Co's. large warehouses. Messrs. Elder, Smith, & Co's. great wool store in their yard in Grenfell-street is fast appoaching com pletion. It covers rather more than a quarter of an acre of ground, measuring 130 by 80 feet and is 15 feet in height to the wall plate, and will afford accommodation for a large quantity of wool. Mr. J. H. Grainger sup plied the plans, and Mr. W. King, jun., is carrying out the work. Besides this Messrs. Elder, Smith, & Co., have a large amount of storage (room in sheds roun...

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MONTHLY CALENDAR—SEPTEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 6 September 1878

MONTHLY CALEKDAR—SEPTEMBER, Sun. Moon. Day of Month and Week. Rises. Sets. Rises. Sets. A.M. P.M. A.M. P.M. Sunday 1 6 23 5 37 8 2 10 48 Monday 2 6 21 5 38 8 44 11 55 Tuesday 3 6 20 5 39 9 35 A.M. Wednesday 4 6 19 5 40 10 34 0 58 Thursday 5 6 18 5 40 11 38 1 53 Friday 6 6 16 5 41 P.M. 2 43 Saturday 7 6 15 5 42 1 49 3 22 Sunday 8 6 13 5 42 2 52 3 58 Monday 9 6 12 5 43 3 54 4 39 Tuesday 10 6 10 5 44 4 48 4 58 Wednesdayll 6 9 5 44 5 46 5 22 Thursday 12 6 8 5 45 6 42 5 47 Friday 13 6 7 5 46 7 36 6 10 Saturday 14 6 5 5 47 8 32 6 35 Sunday 15 6 4 5 48 9 29 7 1 Monday 16 6 2 5 48 10 25 7 33 Tuesday 17 6 0 5 49 11 21 8 9 Wednesday 18 5 59 5 50 A.M. 8 54 Thursday 19 5 57 5 51 0 15 9 47 Friday 20 5 56 5 52 1 6 10 49 Saturday 21 5 55 5 52 1 53 11 56 Sunday 22 5 54 5 53 2 35 P.M. Monday 23 & 52 5 54 3 12 2 23 Tuesday Wednesday 24 5 51 5 55 3 45 3 37 25 5 50 5 55 4 17 4 49 Thursday 26 5 48 5 56 4 49 6 2 Friday 27 5 47 5 57 5 19 7 15 Saturday 28 5 46 5 58 5 55 8 28 Sunday 29 5 44 5 58 6 3...

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The Kapunda Herald. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 6,1878. THE TAXATION QUESTION. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 6 September 1878

d)e StfipuittjaficraUh FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 6,1878. THE TAXATION QUESTION. As might have teen expected from the tone of the debate on the P mier's taxation resolutions as a who the House of Assembly, though a«r . ing to those in reference to the im sition of a property-tax, has negati those in favor of an income-tax. T -3 seriously complicates matters, formerly stated, we have grave dou s whether increased taxation should e at all needful if the public estate was properly and judiciously administered ; but. granting for argument's sake that it was thus needful, then we agree that the taxes proposed by the Premier were the most desirable form the increased taxation conld take, the more so as it was professedly intended to raise by it a sufficient amount to enable the tariff to be so modified as to make it more* in aceordfwith our avowedly free-trade principles than it has been in the past. But it seems to us to be very unjust to impose a tax on property and to let ineome go free. Proper...

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