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VICTORIA. Melbourne, September 9. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 13 September 1878

VICTORIA. Melbourne. September 9. There was a meeting of the Cabinet to-day to decide on the course to be pursued conse quent on the telegram from London announc ing the failure of the loan. Mr. J. <x. Knight, Stipendiary Magistrate and Warden of Goldfields in the Northern Territory, lias made a formal application for the appointment of Superintendent of the International Exhibition, and trill probably obtain the office. The Exhibition Commissioners meet to-day to appoint an Executive Committee. The Press was not admitted. Melbourne, September 10. The Taemanian Government will probably agree to complete the marine survey com menced by Captain Stanley on condition of the Imperial Government bearing half the cost. Bishop- O'Connor, in a sermon at St. Patrick's Cathedral, in Ballarat, referred to the increased attendance at the Catholic schools daring tlie past year, which, he said, amounted in the dioceses of Ballarat and Sandhurst alone to 3,000. The Legislative Council ha...

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AUBURN. [From our own Correspondent.] September 5,1878. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 13 September 1878

AUBTJBN. [From our own Correspondent.] September 5,1878. A meeting was held in the Bible Christian Schoolroom last night for the purpose of considering the advisability of forming a Young Men's Society. After a lengthy dis cussion it was resolved that the name of the Society be the Auburn Mutual Improvement Society, and that the subscription be Is. per quarter. STo limit was placed upon the age, but it was an understood thing that children in arms (?) should not be admitted ae mem bers, as in such a place peace and goodwill ought to reign. The following officers were then elected unanimously:—President, Mr. Walters ; Vice-President, Mr. J. Anderson Secretary, Mr. Langlois;; Committee, E. Boord, J. Sando, P. Hill, and W. Bebbeck. It] was decided to hold the meetings every alternate Wednesday. The question of open ing the meeting with prayer was discussed, and was ultimately carried with only one dissent. He, however, promised to write a paper on the subject, and as he holds views whi...

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NEW SOUTH WALES. Sydney, September 10. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 13 September 1878

J NEW SOUTH WALES. Sydney, September 10. The Parliament was opened to-day by His Excellency the Governor, who in his speech said that the Parliament was convened early to enable it to deal with important business during the present year. After a debate, the Address in reply to the Governor's speech was carried without a division.

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SADDLEWORTH. [From our own Correspondent.] September 5, 1878. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 13 September 1878

SADDLEWOBTH. [From oar own Correspondent.] September 5, 1878. Building operation art- in full swing here at present, in the form oi' new Bank premises which are being erected ou the comer of Com mercial-street and. Rivertou-road, certainly a very nice piece or architecture, and. a credit to the architect, as also to the builders, Messrs. Sara & Dunstau; next comes the new Post and Telegraph Offices, then the Police Station, all of which are ornaments to that part of the township. Some time ago the local Rifle Club com peted for a very handsome cup presented by Sir. Wendt, which was to be the property of the highest scorer. Private Roberts made the highest score but a protest was entered against him on the ground that he did not fire with the rifle issued by the Club. Ser geant Plueckhann being the next highest was named the winner, but he refused to accept it, and it was therefore decided to compete for the cup on August 28 ; on which date the match took place, the weather b...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 13 September 1878

AT THE PALMERSTON YARDS, KAPUNDA. MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 16 OLES & GOODCHILD are favoured witli instructions to sell as above— 3tAA EWES and WETHERS, 5O vr Vr in First-class Store Con dition. TO RAILWAY CONTRACTORS, TEAM STERS, FARMERS, AND OTHERS. PALMERSTON YARDS, KAPUNDA ON MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 16. AT ONE O'CLOCK COLES & GOODCHILD are favoured with, instructions from Mr. John Ryder (of Nairne) to sell by auction as above— Q pT HEAVY DRAUGHT MARES 00 and GELDINGS, 3 to 5 years old, broken and unbroken, and exactly suited for Railway Contractors, or Teamsters. The greater part of these horses were bred by Mr. Ryder. Also, O/l MEDIUM AND LIGHT j4\J HORSES. At tlie Palmerston Yards, Monday, Sept. 16. Terms, Liberal. IMPORTANT SALE OF VALUABLE FARM AND FARMING- PLANT, NEAR CRYSTAL BROOK. ON WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 18. AT THE FARM ON THE CRYSTAL BROOK CREEK, 4| MILES FROM THE TOWNSHIP, AND 13 MILES FROM PORT PERIE. COLES & GOODCHILD . are favoured ■with instructions from N...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 13 September 1878

Business Directory. KAPUNDA. BREWSTER, R., Wine, Spirit, and General Merchant, Brewster's Build ings, Main-street. Agent for Salter's and other Wines. "DENHAM, W. H., Solicitor, Notary JL> Public, &c., Main-street. Money to lend on properly under the Real Property Act, or otherwise, at lowest rate of interest. T>RUCE, JOHN A., Auctioneer, J3 Land, Loan, and General Commission Agent. Money to Iiend in large or small sumB^ '' T^TJMBSECK, THOMAS, Tanner .1 J and Currier, near Morning Star. Leather of every description on hand and to order. Bark, Hides, and Skins, &e., bought. T\UMBEECK, WILLIAM, Tanner XJ and Currier, Burra-road, (lateFritli's). Bark, Bides, &c., bought. Leather on sale or to order—first quality. EMERSON, Mr., Solicitor, Main Street, Kapunda. Money to lend on Mortgage or Deposit of Seeds. FA¥CETT'S soothing POWDERS, for Children Teething. Sold in Packets at One Shilling; or by post for Seven Stamps. Address, R. F&wcett, Chemist, Ka...

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COMMERCIAL. [From our own Correspondent.] Adelaide, September 12,1878. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 13 September 1878

COMMERCIAL. [From our own Correspondent.] Adelaide, September 12,1878. Wheat is dull —5/3 being the highest quotation. There is nothing doing. " Kapunda Herald" Office, September 12, 1878. Wheat—4/9 per bushel. Hay—£2 10/ per ton. Wholesale. He tail. £1115/per ton 27/per bag l/3£ per bush. 1/4 per bush. 1/5 " 1/6 /8 per lb. /10 per lb. /8 " /10 " /6 " /10 " 17 " /9 "

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MAIL NOTICES. Post-Officem Kapunda. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 13 September 1878

MAIL NOTICES. Posfc-OiEce, Kapunda. I Mails close at this Office as under— For Adelaide and intermediate places, 6. a.m., 9.45 a.m., and 3.50 p.m. For Allandale, Hamilton, Man-able, Saddle worfcli, and places on tlie Burra-road at 10 p.m. daily. Mails arrive at this office as under:— From Adelaide and intermediate places, at 10.15 a.m., 1,45 p.m., and 6.55 p.m.

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TARCOWIE. [From our own Correspondent.] September 5, 1878. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 13 September 1878

TABOO WIE. [From our own Correspondent.] September 5,1878. A very painful accident happened to oue of Mr. Home's men 011 Tuesday evening. The man was coming from Jamestown very late with a waggon, and it being very cold he was about jumping off to have a walk when he was caught in tlie skid and pulled under the wheels of the waggon, breaking one leg in two places, and bruising the other very bad. The horses went home, and Mr. Home, seeing there was no one with them, soon went back, and found liim not far from home in an unconscious state. The poor fellow was in great agony. Dr. Cockburn, of Jamestown, was soon in attendance, and set the bones. The man is now progressing as well as can be expected. The weather for the last few days has been veiy warm, and hot winds were blowing yes terday. The crops in general are looking very promising, but a shower of -ainwoulddoa lot of good. The fanners are taking advan tage of the rise in the wheat market, and a gi-eat many teams are busy cartin...

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MELBOURNE. [From our own Correspondent.] September 2, 1878. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 13 September 1878

MELBOURNE. {"From our own Correspoudeufc.] September 2, 187S. In my last I alluded to the Education re port just issued, and promised to analyze it a little in my next—a promise which I "will now try and cany out In the first place, I might mention tlie fact tliat the Education Department now owns 1,241 schoolhouses, scattered broadcast over tlie colony. In these buildings accommoda tion is provided for 130,500 scholars; 541 of these schools have quarters for the teachers attached, and there are also 244 separate teachers' residences owned by the depart ment. This is a very satisfactory statement, proving that the department has to the ex tent of its means fairly provided for the educational wants of the country. Yet the cry comes from various parts for more schools, or new schools, and. in order to meet these wants a further sum of £340,000 is asked for by the department, and is to be provided out of the next loan. This sum, it is anticipated, will enable the department to satisfy ...

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OUR LONDON LETTER. [From our own correspondent.] London, August 2, 1878. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 13 September 1878

OTJB LONDON LETTER. [From our own correspondent.^ London, August 2,1878. The most striking result o£ all that the Government has done has been to create an uneasy feeling respecting the constitutional control of Parliament over our foreign rela tions. People used to laugh at Mr. Bylands and. liis attempt to Americanise our mode of treaty-making. The House of Commons, being treated generally with an appearance of candour and respect, did not care to bind Ministers too closely. But recent events have made moderate men (as Mr. Cobden said) "fear calamity." These secret agreements and private arrangements, these mysterious undertakings and sudden revelations of faits accomplis, have so excited the minds of many members of the Opposition that, in case of a general election, one may expect the " cry" to be " The country governs its own foreign policy." RESTTLT3 OF THE BERLIN TREATY. One very popular result the Berlin Treaty will have. It has already done something to improve trade. I am t...

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CORRESPONDENCE. THE VOLUNTEERS. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 13 September 1878

COBRESPONDENCE. It mnst be understood that we do not necessarily endorse the opinions of Correspondents under this heading. THE YOLUOTEBES. TO THE EDITOB. Sir—Having noticed in your paper two letters referring to the manner of making appointments in the Volunteer Force, I cannot help expressing my sux-prise that such a state of things exists, although I think your correspondents were somewhat wrong in them. In the first place one spoke of " blue blood," &c., and the other of the appointment being humiliating, which I think wrong, as blue blood could have nothing to do with it, knowing that the party named had none in him; therefore the appointment could not have been made on that 'score. That some thing is radically wrong there can be no question, when a person is appointed who is totally unqualified, and it is surely a very grave and serious mistake, and detrimental to the whole Force, against which I must nmtesfc. I am, Sir, &c., I GROUND ASMS, i I We have Had near...

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DISTRICT CONNCIL. LIGHT. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 7. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 13 September 1878

DISTRICT COKNCIL. LIGHT. Satitbdat, Septembeb 7. Present — All, except Cr. Green. Mr-. Cullinan wrote a letter objecting to fence erected on Section 346 and its position. , Tke Clerk to see Mr. Cullinan in reference thereto and arrange for an extra tliree chains at west end if possible. Mr. Mitchell attended and requested to 3;:ive the sandhills near his place metalled. -He also objected to Mr. Pycroaft liolding the position of pound keeper -with that of a publican. The Council considered that Mr. Pycroaft was not yet a licensed publican. A rate of Is. in the pound was adopted. Mr. Peters attended, and again requested the Council to take stops to get a ! new road through Section 16; to stand over. Clerk to write to Mr. Simon Costello for an answer to previous correspondence in reference to closed road alojig his section. " Has that jury agreed ?" asked the jnged of a sheriff, whom he met oil the stairs with a bucket in his hand. " Yes," replied Patrick ; <! they have agre...

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LATE TELEGRAMS. [From our own Correspondent.] Adelaide, Sep. 12, 2.19 p.m. THE ADELAIDE SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 13 September 1878

LATE TELEGKBAMS. [From our own Correspondent.] Adelaide, Sep. 12, 2.19 p.m. THE ADELAIDE SHOW. There was a magnificent show of horses, cattle, sheep, and implements to-day, also farm and dairy produce, flowers, fruits, vegetables, carriages, poultry, and dogs. The prize lists are not yet ready. J". H. Angas took several prizes for cattle, also the champion prize draught entire, Lord Clyde; Bladder's Countryman took the prize for the best blood entire, II. T. Seed's Pride of the Hills second; J. Martin, Gawler, secured first prize for Hereford bull; J Murray, Merino rams ; J. H. Angas, long wools; and E. W. Pitts second for Merinos. Sir. W. Jerrois, the Misses Jerrois, and Mr. Jerrois were present. The weather is magnificent.

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QUEENSLAND. Brisbane, September 11. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 13 September 1878

QUEENSLAND. Brisbane. September 11. A boat's crew of the schooner May Queen, an island trader, landed at the Island of Pentecost, on August 16, for the purpose of procuring ■water. A mob of natives "were lying in ambush, and when the boat neared the shore they rushed lxer, und murdered with their tomahawks Tronuin, the mate, and one of the men. Four of the Tanna boys jumped overboard and swam for the schooner, but the natives fired at them with muskets and arrows, and their bodies when recovered were much, mutilated.

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MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. KAPUNDA: WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 11,1878. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 13 September 1878

MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. Kapotjda : Wednesday. Septesibee 11,1878 Present—His Worship ttie Mayor (Dr. Blood), and Councillors Uren, Wlieatley, Tre vaskis, Trenerry, Moyle, and Symons; also tlie Town Clerk (Mr. W. Jeffe) and the Sur veyor (Mr. H. Wheare). The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. Correspondence. From Mr. W. Oldham, Surveyor Eapunda District Council, in reply to a letter from Town Clerk, 6tating that he was instructed to arrange with the Corporation as to the mode of procedure, and the amount of work required on West-terrace ; and whenever convenient he would meet the Surveyor, and arrange in reference to the work. Surveyor to meet Mr. Oldham on the ground. Reports. The report of the Finance Committee was read as follows:— To balance last meeting ... £303.0 7 ■ Kates ... ... ... 13 7 0 Dog Tax ... ... ... 2 5 0 Impounding Fees 12 0 319 15 4 Less pay-sheet 87 2 2 Balance ... ... ... £232 13 2 Inspector's Hepokt. The Inspector's Eeport was read as follows; ...

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OUR CITY LETTER. [From own Correspondent.] Adelaide, September 11. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 13 September 1878

OTJ3J CITY LETTER. (TFromonr own Correspondent.] Adelaide, September 11. All is not yet over with us 011 tlie education question. I hear that in some quarters the question of the Bible in school is being once more mooted. Some good people are alarmed at the present state of Germany. They ascribe the ^prevalence of socialism in that country to the extremely secular education imparted so liberally there. They agree that it is a perfectly natural, nay, an inevitable result of crowding into the national mind so much of the secular to the exclusion of the sacred and spiritual. Sunday-school teachers and Church pastors are expected to take care that religious instruction is imparted to the youth of South Australia. The question is, •whether this expectation is being fairly ful filled. Any failure in this direction will certainly prove a strong argument in favour of some change in the national system of education, which shall instruct our young people on such subjects at least as the exist...

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CORONER'S INQUEST. SUDDEN DEATH. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 13 September 1878

CORONER'S INQUEST. SUDDEN DEATH. An inquest was held on Monday afternoon, at the Court-House, Kapunda, by Mr. Jas.   Elliott, J.P., and a Jury of thirteen, of whom Mr. B. J. Price was chosen Foreman, on the body of a child named Susan Sexton, who died suddenly on the previous day. The Jury having been sworn, viewed the body, to see which they had to go a considerable dis tance, and having returned to the Court House, the following evidence was taken :— Michael Sexton, farmer, of Baker's Plat, examined—Deceased was his child, and was twenty-six days old. She seemed to be in fair health since her birth. On Sunday after noon, after returning from chapel, the child appeared to be seriously ill, but he did not send for a doctor, thinking she would be dead, before he could arrive. At about half past 4 the child died. She seemed to suffer at the chest. The mother had been at home with it during the day. There was no doctor at its birth, but Dr. Blood had been called to see the...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 17 September 1878

MANY HAVE TRIED, All have bailed in producing an article equal to BICKFORD'S COUGH ELIXIR ! FOE THE CUBE OF Coughss Colds, and Asthma. Sold by every Storekeeper in the Colony, and Wholesale and He tail by the Proprietors, 19, HINDLEY-STREET, ADELAIDE. Herewith for your perusal is one of the many Testimonials we. have received:— MESSES. A. M. BICKFOED & SONS, HHTDX.ET-6TBEET, 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 BICKFORD'S COUGI-H ELIXIR as a relief. My daughter has taken nearly the contents of three bottles, and I am veiy 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 mueli do I think of this preparation that I consider it my d...

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MONTHLY CALENDAR—SEPTEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 17 September 1878

MONTHLY CALENDAR—SEPTEMBER. Sror. Moon. Day of Month 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 . J 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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