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MONTHLY CALENDAR—APRIL. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 29 March 1878
MONTHLY CALENDAR—APRIL. I Sun. Moon. uaj or jyiontn. and Week. Rises. Sets. Rises. Sets. A.M. P.M. A.M. P.M. Monday 1 6 17 5 52 4 45 4 41 Tuesday 2 6 18 5 51 5 42 5 5 Wednesday 3 6 19 5 49 6 36 5 28 Thursday 4 6 20 5 48 7 34 5 57 Friday 5 6 20 5 46 8 31 6 30 Saturday 6 6 21 5 45 9 30 7 9 Sunday 7 6 22 5 43 10 28 7 57 Monday 8 6 23 5 42 11 22 8 55 Tuesday 9 6 23 5 41 P.M. 10 1 Wednesday 10 6 24 5 39 1 0 11 11 Thursday 11 6 25 5 38 1 41 A.M. Friday 12 6 26 5 37 2 15 0 26 Saturday 13 6 27 5 35 2 46 1 39 Sunday 14 6 27 5 34 3 18 2 51 Monday 15 6 28 5 33 3 48 4 3 Tuesday 16 6 29 5 32 4 20 5 15 Wednesday 17 6 30 5 31 4 55 6 27 Thursday 18 6 31 5 30 5 38 7 38 Friday 19 6 31 5 28 6 28 8 50 Saturday 20 6 32 5 27 7 28 9 53 Sunday 21 € 33 5 26 8 33 10 51 Monday 22 6 34 5 25 9 39 11 41 Tuesday 23 6 35 5 23 10 46 P.M. Wednesday 24 6 35 5 22 11 49 0 58 Thursday 25 6 36 5 21 A.M. 1 29 Friday 26 6 37 5 19 0 47 1 57 Saturday 27 6 38 5 18 1 45 2 22 Sunday 28 6 39 5 17 2 40 2 46 Monday 29 6 39 5 16 3 ...
IMPOUNDING NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 29 March 1878
IMPOUNDING NOTICES. ANGASTON (nearest Post-Omce, Angas ton), R. Hyne, Poundkeeper.—One light red or yellow yearling heifer, star in forehead, white back and belly, no brands. Will be sold April 15, at noon. HAMILTON, Thomas Windeba nlc, Pound keeper,—One white mare, branded like CF near shoulder, crippled on hind leg, shod on hind feet. Will be sold April 15, at noon. GULNARE SOUTH, Thomas Murrie, Poundkeeper.—One red heifer calf, no brands visible; also one red and white bull calf, no brands visible. Will 6e sold April 15, at noor. GEORGE TOWN, Joseph Martin, Pound keeper.—One black and white boar pig; one white sow pig; one black harrow pig, white face and belly; three black barrow pigs; three black sow pigs. Will be sold April 15, at noon. WATERLOO, F. W. Lange, Pounkeeper. —One dark grey or roany mare, branded like y over GO near shoulder, another indistinct brand near hip. Will be sold April 3, at noon. CLARE, Jas. Work, Jun., Pounkeeper.— One dark bay mare, star on forehead, b...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 29 March 1878
W. THEYENA Begs to inform his Friends that he has taken the SHOP adjoining Coles & Goodchild's, where he hopes to see his many friends. GROCERIES, &c., of the best description al-ways on hand. GURR BROS., IRONMONGERS, 8fc., Sfc., MAIN-STREET, EA.PUNDA. Funerals Furnished, with, or without Hearse. DELAIDE LIFE ASSUBANCE COMPANY. Subscribed Capital, £100,000. Office—84, Waymottth-stbeet. DIRECTORS Sir George S. Kingston, M P., Chairman. E. M. Bagot, Esq., J.P., Hon. J. Hodgkiss, 3. Col ton, Esq., James Hard man, Esq. The advantages held out by this Company are as follows:— FULL SECUEITY TO THE ASSURED. In addition to all Premiums invested, the Shareholders are liable in case of need to double the amount of subscribed capital. ADVANTAGES OF LOWER RATES THAN OTHER COMPANIES let. The Premiums charged by this Company will obtain a Policy 20 per cent, greater in amount than could be obtained for the same money in Companies giving Bonuses; and tiiifl advantage is given to th...
ELECTION MEETING AT KAPUNDA. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 29 March 1878
ELECTION MEETING AT EAPUNDA. On Wednesday evening a public meeting of the electors, convened by TT»« Worship tlie Major, in accordance with a requisition to that effect presented to him by a number of the electors, was held at the Institute Hall, at which intending candidates had been invited to attend. At the commencement of the proceedings the room was not quite filled, but shortly afterwards the hall became densely packed, a large number of electors from the surrounding district attending. The Hon. James Pearce, M.L.C., and the late members, (Messrs. Nock, White, and Coles) were present on' the platform, as also were Messrs. H. Kelly, J-P., J. Shannon, J.P.j W. Lewis, J.P., W. Oldham, and others. His Worship the Mayor (Dr. Blood) oc cupied the chair, and opened the proceedings by reading the requisition calling the meeting, and expressed his hope that a fair and patient hearing' would be accorded to all who ad dressed them, and at the close they could question them. The Hon. J. P...
QUEENSLAND. Brisbane, March 23. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 29 March 1878
QUEENSLAND. Brisbane, March 23. It is understood that the Government pur pose sending a representative to the Cable Conference if Colonel Glover does not act as Chairman, as it is assumed that the interests of Queensland could not be promoted if an arrangement with the Eastern Extension Company were a foregone conclusion. Brisbane, March 26. Oh Sunday, March 10, the Somerset passed a barque standing on a reef a mile from the north-east point of Madura Island, off the coast of Java. Her formast andjibboom were standing. Her yards were aloft, and her sails, which Were rent, had been furled. Heavy seas were washing over the vessel, which was evidently abandoned. There are no tidings of the crew of the ship, supposed to be the Merchant, which was found wrecked on the coast off Dunk Island. Those persons who were engaged in the search were attacked by natives, and one man was speared. The Government have authorised the charter ing of the Dugong steamer to search for the missing men.
OUR LONDON LETTER. [From our own Correspondent.] London, February 14, 1878. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 29 March 1878
OUE. LONDON LETTER. [[From our own Correspondent.j London, February 14, 1878. The situation is about as serious as it can well be short of an actual withdrawal of am bassadors. Russian troops continue to pour into Roumania, Russian troops have been ordered to enter Constantinople (if they are not there-at the present moment), Russian tor pedoes are being laid down in the Sea of Marmora, and tliere can be little doubt tliat the Turkish fleet will soon be manned with Russian crews. The English fleet has entered the Dardanelles without a firman, the orders to Admiral Hornby being to force his way through it any attempt were made to stop the English fleet. The men of war were cleared for action, but the Porte " protested," so the fleet anchored two miles from Constantinople. This can hardly he other than the first act of a war in which we shall for the first time find Turkey and Russia allied against us. It would seem as if the Russians had made the proposal of our Government to send th...
CITY CORRESPONDENCE. [From our own Correspondent.] Adelaide, March 28. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 29 March 1878
GITT CORRESPONDENCE. [From our own Correspondent.] Adelaide, March 28. Hie spiciest thing we have had for a long tame was the attempt on the part of Mr. AI lerdale Grainger to give a lecture at the Town Hall on Saturday night. For some time past Mr. Grainger, as editor of the Star, lias been pouring out the vials of his wrath upon the bead of poor John Chinaman. It is the prac tice of some papers to be very virulant in their attacks upon men who are either too far away to Teplj, or who are so situated that they cannot!.reply,? and. J havfe ^iw^ayjp regarded , this as a piece of contemptible moral coward-. ice. Now I regard the action of the Editor of the Star on this Chinese question very much, in the same light. Fulminate as he may, he knows no one will rap him in return. But does lie "know anything about the Chinese, about whom he pretends to speak with autho rity? Does he know that they are. not all like the lew he mjiy have come in contact with ? . Does he know that there are Ch...
MELBOURNE. [From our own correspondent.] March 16, 1878. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 29 March 1878
MELBOURNE. [From our own correspondent.] March 16,1878. Political affairs during tlie week have been v^ry disappointing* At the commencement of the week reasonable hopes (the failure Ma?. Lyell mentioned .in nij last, notwith standing) that by this time the difficulties between the two Houses would have been in a fair vray for amicable settlement were felt; iiut thesfe are entirely-dissipated now, and the breach is if anything wider than ever. There i& just one gleam of hope to which. I shall afterwards allude. During the early part of the week, and prior to the meeting of the Council on Thursday, the Hon. Mr. Jenner was busily engaged in tiding to effect a com promise, and at one time it seemed likely that bis efforts would be crowned with the success they deserve, and great interest "was evinced by the public aa to the outcome, but on the meeting of the Council Mr. Jenner an nounced his failure. It had been the inten tion of the hon. gentleman to propose a motion asking fo...
LAURA. [From our own Correspondent.]) March. 25, 1878. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 29 March 1878
LAURA. [From our own Correspondent.]) March. 25, 1878. Ploughing is being pushed forward on every side. I have heard of some who have 8own large quantities already. Electioneering matters in this part seems to be Tery flat. We sjiall have a walk-over for Stanley unless some one comes forward at the last moment to contest against Kingston and Mann. Building is very slack in Laura just now. In fact, nothing of any consequence is going on at all. Walker Bros, are busy refitting their mill, which will be a great boon when finished.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 29 March 1878
THIS DAY (FRIDAY), March 29. At One 0'cl0c& T&B MEMlSES, (jUNMlPS HiLLi KAPUNDA. Odfclss A OOODCHILD are. feVdred with instnictibns from Mr. Ttionias Griffin, T^ho Ms fc&ken the Hamlej Bridge. HiJtelj to Bellby auction, as above— STACK tiontainiUg about 60 TONS SOUND HAY i ¥oung Heavy Draught Horses 1 Double-furrow Plough, new X Horse Sake, do. Mowing Machine German Waggon, quite new 4 Sets Plough Harness Double Buggy Harness AND The WHOLE of the HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE and EFFECTS, ISCiCDIXG 1 PIANO, by Gerhardt, lately purcliased -by Mr. Griffin at a cost of £63. Terms—Cash. AT CEASE'S BOOM, 3LAPUNDA. TO-MORROW (SATURDAY), March 30. AT TWO O'CLOCK: COLES & GOOD CHILD are favoured with instructions from Mr. John Daley to cell by auction, as above— All those Valuable SECTIONS being Nos. 101, 102,101,106,107, and 108, con taining 455 acres ofFirst-class LAND, Hundred of Belvideie, County of Light. This is a very desirable Property. The Tiiyer light runs th...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 29 March 1878
Business Directory. KAPONDA. "DEEWSTEE, E., Wine, Spirit, and J-' General Merchant, Brewster's Build ings, Main-street. Agent for Salter's and other Win68. BENJTAM, W. H., Solicitor, Notary Public, &c., Main-street. Money to j lend en properly "under the Eeal Property | Act, or otherwise, at lowest rate of interest. BRUCE, JOHN A., Auctioneer, Land, Loan, and General Commission Agent. Money to Lend in large or small sums.. "TAUMBBECK, THOMAS, Tanner JL/ and" Currier, near Morning Star. Leather of every description on hand and to order. Barkj Hides, and Skins, &e., bought. UMBEECK & McLENNAN, Tanners and Curriers, Burra-road, (late Frith's). Bark, Hides, &c., bought. LeaHier on sale or to order—first quality. EMERSON, Mr., Solicitor, Main street, Kapimda. Money to lend on Mortgage or Deposit of Deeds. AWCETT'S SOOTHING POWDEBS, for Children Teething. Sold in Packet* at One Shilling; or by post for Seven Stamps. Address, B. Eawcett, Chemist, Kapunda. GM...
REUTER'S TELEGRAMS. Singapore, March 23. Received March 25, 5.22 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 29 March 1878
EEUTERS TELEGRAMS. Singapore, March 23. Received March 25, 5.22 pjn. It is semi-ofiieuilly stated at St. Petersburg ' that England persisting in her demands rela tive to p?ace conditions, the chances of a European Congress meeting are decreased. Singapore, March 24; -- Beceived March 25, 5.50 p.m.-, - - England lias proposed ; that diplomatic 'communication by Ti-eaty-Powerg be regarded as equivalent to presentation. Tliis Russia refuses, believing that bv diplomatic com munication international obligations are ful fillecl. . Relations between England and B-ussia are in a critical condition. It is reported Bussia demands that the Hritish squadron shall leave the Sea of Marmora and the Dardanelles.. The Russian Press is greatly irritated against England. Great Britain is arming continuously. Bussia insists on excluding from Congress the question of Bessarabia and the cession .of Armenia. An essential modification of the German Government is imminent, the German Am dassador at Vienna ...
The Kapunda Herald. FRIDAY, MARCH 29, 1878. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 29 March 1878
Cijc Hapuntja FRIDAY, MARCH 29, 1878. Crowded Out.—We are compelled, for want of space, to hold over our leading article, report of the Corporation proceedings, and several letters. Resignation of the Survevor-Gtenerai. —Mr. Crojder, vcho has been over a quarter of a century in the service, has sent in his re signation. Kapuxda Hospitax.—The Secretary (Mr. J. D. Cossins) reports as follows for the fort night ending March 21- =—Admitted, 6; dis charged, 10 ; now in hospital, 13. ELapunda School.—At the meeting of the Council of Education on Friday last, Messrs. Manson & Munro's application for partial re mission of fine was granted, the fine being reduced to £20. Electoeai.—In ~ our advergsing "columns •will be found the .programme..of Messrs. Jas«~. White, H. Kelly, and J. Shannon's electoral.. tour through the District during the ensuing week. ,We understand a deputation waited on Mr. Emerson on. Thursday, Asking him. to content the election. . His final answer is not -yet ...
NORTH-WEST BEND. [From our own Correspondent.] March 12, 1878. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 29 March 1878
NORTH-WEST BEND. [From our own Correspondent.]] March 12.1878. The river here is rising steadily, thanks to vrhicli Messrs. Overend & Eobb, the railway contractors, hare been able to get the ballast ing engine, Pioneer, down, which arrived on ' Friday night by the steamer -Saddler. A num ber of men were employe 1 on the 23rd and 24th of March in getting the engine and tender out of the barge; first rising it by means of screw-jacks, then hauling it along a temporary tramway by a powerful crab-winch kindly lent by Mr. Grant, the contractor for the wharf. - The wharf is now almost finished, and looks a first-clasB piece of workmanship, being both, neat and substantial. The contractor expects to get it finished by the 28th inst. JThe township is surveyed, and people are anxiously enquiring when is it to be sold.
BELALIE. [From our own Correspondent.] March 20, 1878. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 2 April 1878
BELAME. pTrom onr own Correspondent.] March 20,1878. Since I last wrote, there has been a splendid fall of lain, causing great joy to the inhabi tants of Belalie, as it will fill most of their dnms and tanks. Most of the farmers are busy ploughing stubble land. The rain has come in good time to destroy oats, drake, and coekspurs, if well ploughed before it gets too long. I thought the rain would have greatly improved the young trees on the Bundaleer Springs Plantation, but I was told different by two men who hare been working on it ever since it was started. These men told me that but very few of the trees are doing any good, except those planted under the manage ment of Mr. Murray. Those planted by that gentleman are doing exceedingly well, some of ^them being from lOft. to 12ft. higlv&nd are to be seen for miles around. It seems a great pity that such a successful planter as Mr. Murray, who really does understand" his work, shonld hare been so soon discharged. It seems tha...
WIRRABARA. [From our own Correspodent.] March 24, 1877. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 2 April 1878
WIKRABAKA. fFrorn our own Correspodenfc.] March 24, 1877. It is a long time since I 'wrote last, but very little could be reported from here. Last week we had very heavy rains and a day or two cooler weather, which, howerer, was followed again by heat almost unbearable. At present it is threatening Tain again, and indeed a good shower would be very welcome. Green grass is springing up everywhere, and in favoured places is already long enough for cattle and horses to feed on. Should we get another shower there will soon be abundance of feed. Ploughs are in great requisition, and any thing able to pull is put in front of them. Many farmers have already sown a quantity of wheat, especially those who were too late with their Bowing last year. Having been taught a severe lesson by getting only a very poor harvest they are trying their best to be early this season. Others fancy sowing now too early for our part of the colony. The Paratoo land will be sold in course of this week. I think i...
REPRESENTATION OF LIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 2 April 1878
1 REPRESENTATION OF LIGHT. On Saturday evening Mr. I\ S. Carroll addressed a meeting of the electors at Crase's Boom, Kapunda, when there -were from 250 to 300 persons present. Mr. R. J. Day was votjd to the chair, and in opening the pro ceedings bsspoke a fail* hearing for the can didal and those who perhaps would follow him. Mr. Carroll, on rising, was greeted with cheers. He thanked them kindly for the cordial reception they had accorded him. He laboured under a peculiar disadvantage in coming forwaid for the important District of Light, in the fact that he was a sti inger; but having been asked by a number— he might say an influential number—to stand for the district, he had consented to address that meeting. Having no particular zest to en*3r Parl"_ment he would say that if they could get an influential local gentieman to come forward to represent them, he would retire from the coni jst: but in the absence of such a candidate if they placed their confidence in him, he| could as...
THE ELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 2 April 1878
THE ELECTIONS, The first batcli of nominations took place on Friday last, when the candidates in the •undermentioned districts were declared duly elected, only the requisite number having been nominated. Noetu Adelaide—Hon. N. Blvtli. Wooroora—Messrs. H. E. Bright, J.P., and J. Bo.sworth, .TP. Stfrt—Messrs. W. Townsend, J.P., and T. King, J.P. Stanley—Sir GL Kingston and Hon. C. Mann, Q..C. Victoria—Hon. G-. C. Hawker, J.P., and L. G-lyde, J.P, _ _.. _ lii lilt' Oi-Irict of Kmct Adelaide. W''st Adelaide. OiikapaBfngsi, Wail anand Kti counter B;tv, more than t lie ivjuisiU' nuinlier of randidatos lx?ius? nominated, all further ; proceedings wore adjounieJ to Apnl 11.