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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 31 January 1868
al O r A D.V.E R T. I S E R S in ..the - ^APUNDA HEHALD.-Tie following i» the SCALE of DISCOlJNTSonAdvertisementa in theKAPUNDAHEBALD.wlien prepaid: in'sertkmsf. J 8d*iQ the Shilling, or S5 per cent. iAseaions "} SJd.in theShilling, or 29* percent, durfo®^rtr>\ '**.** Shilling, or 33$ percent. j;Tlie;Scaleof Charges isas follows: Two lines ... OneShilling. Three lines ,... One Shilling and Sixpence. FOOT! lines ... Two Shillings. Five lines ... Two SliiUingsand Sixpence. Six lines...'. ... Two Shil^ngsArtd Sixpence. E&eh line more Four-pence. Figore,or Table-work Advertisements,charged at sixpence per line throughout. The APtrNDA HERALD has now an exten sive^circulatipri. alloyer the Northern Country, Includiiig CJawlerj Sheaoa*k Log, Greenock, Nuri ootpa, Angtwtbn,' Stoekwell, Truroj North and South Rhine, LyidodhYalley, ModrjiriqleeStook por^'Lihwpod,' Gilberton, Rhyme, the Wakefleld, Riv^rton, Sa&Heworth, Ahburn, Mfntaro Tvpas ing^ajpn1?^aterTale, Penwbrtham, C...
KAPUNDA MARKET PRICES. "Kapunda Herald" Office, Friday, Janaary 31, 1868. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 31 January 1868
KAPUNDA MARKET PBtCESJ "Kapunda Herald" Office, Friday, - Janaary 31, 1868. I Wheat, new 2/6 to 6/4 per bushel; old, 6/6 to 6/9 Flour-per ton^ £iy ; new, ditto, £15 j Ditto per bag,137/bew, dittbj 32/ J j Bread, per-Sib loaf, 3§d to4d '. Ditto per-lb'3d Bran per bushel, 1/1 j . , Pollard par bushel, 1/4 Say,-per ton-35s Beef per lb, 3d to 4d ' Mutton, ditto, 2d and 3d Pork,-ditto, ditto 5d;t6 £d Steaks, and chopsditto, 4d Hams (Eng.) ditto, 1/6, colonial bacon ditto, /9 Butter per lb-Fresh, 10(1 Eggs per dozen, /10 Potatoes, new Id per lb. 8/6 per cwt. Apricots, /3 to /6 per dozen Plums, 5d per quart Apples, 3d per pound Grapes, 3d per lb.
ADELAIDE CORN MARKET. Adelaide, January 30, 1868. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 31 January 1868
ADELAIDE CORN MARKET. Adelaide, January 30,1868. Wheat has been rather scarce during the week, and the market is consequently firm. There are several orders in the market, but most of them are limited below the prices asked by holders. Several sales of Flour are reported at -our quotations. Bran and Pollard are still scarce, and in good demand for home consump tion. Hardly any business has been done in Oats and Barley. Quotations to-day are Wheat, old, 7/4 to 7/6 per bushel; ditto/new, 4/ to 6/8,; Flour, £16 10/ to £18 per ton; .Bran, . 1/ to l/l per bushel; Pollard, 1/3 to 1/4 ; Cape Barley, 2/3 to 2/6; English ditto, 3/9 to 4/6; Cape .Oats, 2/6 to 3/; English, ditto, 3/ to 4/. ; . '. ? '! A. F. CHBiSTEN '&'? CO.'
LOCAL COURT—KAPUNDA. MONDAY, FEBRUARY 3. [Before J. S. Browne, Esq., S.M., and G. Tallis, Esq. JP.] DEFENDED CAUSES. CARMICHAEL T. O'LEARY. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 7 February 1868
LOCAL COURT-KAPUNDA. MONDAY, FEBRUARY 3. [Before J. S. Browne, Esq., S.M., and G. Tallis, Esq. JJP.J DEFENDED CAUSES. CARMICHAEL T. O'LEARY. This was a claim for £1. Mr Emerson (for Mr Brady) appeared for the defendant. Dr. Carmichael examined. By the Court-On the 19th December, 1867, a man named Martin called at witness's house for him to visit a child in the square, which he was told was O'Leary's; attended up to the 24th, on the morning of which day saw the child dead, and gave a certificate of the child's death in the name of O'Leary; witness kept the certificate to get payment until the following Monday, | when he was threatened with prosecution for keeping the (body above ground; went and saw defendant at his father's house, and he asked him to leave that house and meet him at the Lord Falmerston at 8 o'clock that night; did so, and defendant asked him how much he charged; told him £1, and defendant said he would pay 5/ cash on Christmas Day, and balance at 5/ per week; on Chr...
PRIMITIVE METHODIST DISTRICT MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 7 February 1868
PRIMITIVE METHODIST DISTRICT MEETING. The sittings of the above meeting, in connec tion with Kapunda District, commenced on Fri day, January 31st, in tbe Primitive Methodist Chapel, Kapunda. The Chapel Committee met at 2 o'clock p.m. to enquire into tbe state of chapels in the district. In the report of the Committee it is stated that during the year £648 11/9 has been expended in rebuildings and other improvements; whilst the total income was £1,675 0/2. A public service was held in the evening at half-past 7 o'clock, when the intro ductory sermon was delivered by the Eev. J. Standrin, of Wallaroo, which was a powerful and masterly discourse-his text being taken from Isaiah, lxiii, v. I. SA-BDBDAY, FEBRUARY 1. The delegates from the various Circuits, to the number of eighteen, met at 9 o'clock a.m. The ltev. J. Warner gave out the hymn begin ning with " Come let us join our cheerful songs with angels round the throne," after which he engaged in prayer. The Rev. S. Raymond read a po...
BELVIDERE. MONDAY, FEBRUARY 3. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 7 February 1868
BELVTDERE. MONDAY, FEBRUARY 3. Preient-All. Clerk instructed to write to the Government and enquire why the grant due and applied for had not yet been received by the Council, Letter rocived from C. Schillintr, ac quainting tha Council that their offer of £4 per acre fur laud at the south-west corner of Section 106, required fur ro^d purposes, was accepted. Letter from Road Board, to the effect that the Council would have to construct the culvert near I Section 213, and that the Board on completion would pay half the costs incurred. Mra Maguire granted one ration for three months. Receipts, jEI 6/6; payments, £20,
GILBERT. MONDAY, FEBRUARY 3. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 7 February 1868
GILBERT. I MONDAY, FEBRUARY 3. Present-Chairman, Messrs. Milne, O'Halloran, and Kirsch. Letters received from Crown Lands Office informing Council that for the year 1868-9 rates only would be supplemented by Govern ment, and not private subscriptions, also that the Commissioner could not accede to request of Council, to allow advance of grant in aid against rates 1868 to be deducted from that year's grant. Cterk to serve notice on all parties whose rates remain unpaid, that unless the same be paid within twenty-one days, legal proceedings will be taken to recover same. Letter received from Dr. O'Carrol complaining ol the amount granted for medical attendance on destitute poor of district, and that unless the same be increased he ahould bo compelled to reiign*, to be for warded to Chief Secretary. J. Heater waited on Council respecting Und required for road through Section 706, and agreed to accept £5 per acre for aaine. Meairt. G. Ferrier and Polkinghorne waited on Council and reque...
KAPUNDA. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 1. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 7 February 1868
KAPUNDA. SATURDAY, FKBRUABT I. Present-Mr Wm. Jeffs, Chairman, Council lors Hazel and Kelly. Resolved, that Chairman and Clerk examine and report to next meeting upon road through Section No. 1262. Five tenders received for making crossing over Haw ker's Creek, ranging from £6 15s. to £20. Re solved, that J. Harris & Son's tender for £12 be accepted. Four tenders received for the re mpral of stumps on the Stockport-road, ranging .?from 2/ to 2/6 per stump. Resolved, that P. Ward's, at 2/, be accepted. Received, a letter from Mr Oldham relative to plans, &c, of public cemetery. Received, resignation of pound keeper from Thomas Duell, jun.,of Bagot's Well; accepted. Received, application to be pound keeper at Bagot's Well from George Ball; ac cepted. Resolved, that Clerk employ a man to re pair the crossing over Allen's Creek, and on the Bagot's Well Road, not to exceed £5. Mr W. Kelleyhere watted on the Council and stated that he would oppose the road through Section ...
MOUNT PLEASANT. February 4, 1868. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 7 February 1868
MOUNT PLEASANT. fFrom our own Correspondent.! February 4, 1868. J It is an old saying that no news is better than bad news-and, aciing upon that assumption, I have refrained irom writing to you. The heavy rains we experienced some weeks ago have very seriously impeded our farmers, and none of the large cultivators have anything like finished reaping. I hare just gleaned some information from the statistical returns of the South Rhine District, whicli show that only one section has given a respectable yield of six hundred bushels. The average production seems to vary between one and five bushels per acre, and in many of these cases the grain is hardly fit for milling purposes. Many a hard-working farmer will be utterly unable to meet his outstanding liabilities, and hard times stare them all full in the face. A large fire is reported from Mr Melrose's run, at the Khine. It is feared that about a thousand sheep and lambs have been burnt by this unfortunate occurrence, which is believe...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 7 February 1868
Holloroay* Ointment and Pilli. Instant Relief.-Sorea which are daily extending, ulcers which are hourly deepening, may be arrested in their torturing progreaa, and induced to uiume a healthy action by applying this healing Ointment and taking these purifying Pilla. It aoothea all distempers of, and extracts all morbid humours from, the skin. Old ulcers of the legs, inflammations caused by varicose veins, and cramps of the lower limb* can sensibly be eased, and shortly cured by Holloway's never failing Ointment, which represses excessive, and stimulates sluggish vascular and nervous action. In constitutions breaking down under piles, fistulas, and other similarly painful maladies a few applications of this cooling _ Ointment will give comfort, and a persistence in its use will effect a cure.-Advt. JL VVAli.Nl.Nu. ^ DO you suffer from physical incapacity 1 Are you eutferii S from nervous debility f Have fou been the guilty vic'tim of any (secret vieet Da yon suffer from a act of sympt...
CORRESPONDENCE. WATERING THE MAIN STREET. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 7 February 1868
CORRESPONDENCE. WATERING THE MAIN STREET. TO THE EDITOR. Sir-By the reports in your journal some time back I understood that the Town Council were going to call for tenders for watering the Main street. If such was the case, I would call atten tion to the great waste of time allowed to take place. The hot, dusty weather has now set in, but no watercarts are to be seen sprinkling the streets. The probability is, I imagine, that by the time the early rains set in, something will hare been done in the matter, but not previously. I am, Sir, &c., PLUVIUS. [Our correspondent is somewhat mistaken the Council expressed its willingness to do the work if memorialized to that effect by the trades* men, and it is with the latter that the blame reBts, for they have not taken the necessary pre liminary steps to justify the Council in calling for tenders. -ED ]
GOLDEN GIFTS. CHAPTER XXXIII. SHADOWS. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 7 February 1868
GOLDEN GIFTS. o BY THE AUTHOR OF " MARIAN" VERMONT VALE j" ETC., ETC, CHAPTER XXXIII# 8IIA.DOW8. Tiiurza had written her note to Lizzie in the extremity of her distress: it was well she had done so, for more troublous timeB awaited her. She wrote just as she felt at the moment, and gave it to the grooin to post; and as he was going then to the store, it was taken at once, soon past recall, oven had she desired to have it back. The morning rose clearly and brightly over the Glen Osmond hills, with promise of great heat, as was often the case now; for October had brought with it very unusual weather, and a rapid embrowning of the luxuriant grass, and fading of many of the flowers. It was summer coming rapidly upon them, instead of spring-summer with its heat and hot winds, instead of the balmy breath, the genial breezes of spring. And after a miserable night Thurza arose from her sleepless couch, and languidly sought by plentiful ablutions to remove the effects of that miserable sleep...
NOTICE TO CORESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 7 February 1868
NOTICE TO COKEESPOUDENTS. AN ELECTOR.-For two reasons we cannot insert your letter in oar open columns-firstly, because it is purely an election advertisement, and as such could only appear in our advertis ing columns; and secondly, because even though it were otherwise eligible, we do not consider that it would be fair to insert a letter from one portion of the district, the date attached to which would saddle quite a different portion of the constituency with the sentiments of the writer.
MISCELLANEA. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 7 February 1868
MISCELLANEA. A BRIEF BUT PITHY SERMON.-Here i6 the pithiest sermon ever preached; "Our ingress into life is naked and bare; our progress through life is trouble and care; our egress out of it we know not where; but doing well here we shall do well there ; I could not tell more by preaching a year." " Your handwriting is very bad indeed," said a gentleman to a young college friend, who was more addicted to boating and cricketing titan to hard study. " Ah," re turned the young man, &lt;f it is all very well ior you to tell me that; but if I were to write better, people would be finding out how I spell." PAPER BOATS.-It begins to be evi dent, according to the Dublin Evening Mail, that paper has been put to but few of the uses of which it is capable. The principal demand may continue to be for printing, writing, wrapping, and paper collars, but experiments now in progress show that papermakers will soon find ex tensive uses for their product outside of these present principal so...
THE KAPUNDA HERALD. Friday, February 7th, 1868. THE KAPUNDA PUBLIC SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 7 February 1868
THE KAPUNDA HERALD. Friday, February 7th, 1868. THE KAPUNDl PUBLIC SCHOOL. The vexed question of the day in oar Municipality is not that which troubles the Protection League-" what shall we do with our boys ?" but " what shall we do with our school ?" On this subject there is out of.doors but one opinion-irom which there may: be a few dissenters, but the one opinion is decidedly that of the great majority of the people-and that is that the Corporation should not undertake the trust of the school, more especially as that trust is saddled with debt. ; Within the Municipal Council Chamber opinion is more equally divided on the , subject; indeed, the preponderance of feel ing is in favour of accepting both trust and . liabilities. Councillors Nock, Nicholson, Mellor, and Francis appear to be in favour jof so doing; j whilst Councillors Bruce, Fry, and Harden are utterly opposed to it. Councillor Rowe halts between two opinions-while His Worship the Mayor favours the proposition. We agre...
CLARE. Wednesday, February 5, 1868. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 7 February 1868
CLARE. [From our own Correspondent.! Wednesday, February 5, 1868. | To commence with the weather-it has, for the last two or three weeks been all that ever the farmers could wish, and another week, I think, will see all the wheat housed; it is being brought into barn very rapidly. Our miller has already filled his stores and com menced a large pile of wheat in the open air, and the prices are ruling very fair. Our township is steadily increasing in im portance. A third baker is about to start, as also a fancy establishment; and Mr Greenwood, the chemist referred to in a former letter, intends opening his shop this week. The Wesleyans here intend holding Ja bazaar on Tuesday and Wednesday next. On Wednesday next the cricket match between the Auburn and Clare Clubs is to come off. They are both so sanguine of beating one another that it is impossible to know how it will end till the day shows for itself. This evening the Amateur Dramatics gave their first entertainment, assisted by Mr...