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ADELAIDE CORN MARKET. Adelaide, Thursday, January 24. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 25 January 1867

ADELAIDE CORN MARKET. Adelaide, Thursday, January 24. The Wheat trade has been exceedingly brisk daring the week, and large dales have been made, principally for the English market. There are now a considerable number of vessels laid on tbe berth for London and Liverpool, which are rapidly filling up. Supplies of Wheat have been large, and the price keeps steady at about 4/2 per bushel, although in the beginning of the week transactions took place at 4/3. This price cannot, however, be obtained now, and the tendency is rather downwards a few sales are reported already at under 4/2 per bushel. In Flour hardly any business has been done. Bran and Pollard are lower in price. Oats and Barley remain very quiet, and we have no sales to report. Our to-day's quotations are as follow - Wheat, 4/2 per bushel; Flour, Town, £11 to .£11 10/ per ton, Country, £10 10/ to £11 do.; Bran, 0/10 per bushel; Pollard 1/2; Cape B»rley, 2/9 to 3/; English do., 3/6 to 4/3; Cape Oats, 3/ to 3/6 ; English do....

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CORRESPONDENCE. OUR INDEPENDENT (?) COUNCILLORS. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 25 January 1867

CORRES PON DEN CE. OUR INDEPENDENT (?) COUNCILLORS. TO THE EDITOR. Sir-Will you allow me a little space in the columns of your paper to make a few remarks on the report of the Municipal Council of the last week. By that report I see that Mr Councillor Pearce suggested, and Mr Thomson supported, that the names of Councillors should In future be suppressed from the printed reports of that body. Now, sir, if any one had asked me previously to this coming out who I thought were the most independent members in the Council, I should certainly have named these two gentle men smongst the first; but how one may be deceived the report in question proves. Suppress the names! Why, Mr Editor, did it not make your hair stand on end ? Oh ! for a Sammy Raphael-one patriotic man at least in our Council; one who, like the good old Scot we   read of, never feared the face of any man. If I remember aright, when Mr Thomson was put up in opposition to Mr Waters, we were told that he was an "...

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THE KAPUNDA HERALD. Friday, January 25th, 1867. THE WHEAT MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 25 January 1867

THE KAPUNDA HERALD. Friday, January 25th, 1867. THE WHEAT MARKET. Once again we would call the attention of our farmers to the very critical position in which they are now placed, the present time being1 the lever whereby the future may be regulated, and the power to work thfit lever being chiefly in their own hands; although the well-being of commercial men is equally involved with their own in the manner in which that power is used. The promises of the past season have been fulfilled, so far as a bounteous har vest is concerned, and in nearly all cases this has been safely garnered in; and now arisen the momentous question, what to tlo with their grain ? And it is on the answer given to this question that the prosperity or adversity of the future hangs. Our most earnest advice to the farmers is, to sell at once-not all, but a goodly por tion, say half of one's fltock-so that the market nitty be kvpt. supplied and export orders be executed, instead of having to send away the money ...

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LOCAL COURT—KAPUNDA. MONDAY, JANUARY 21, 1867. [Before J. S. Browne, Esq., S.M. W. Lewis, Esq., J.P., and W. Oldham, Esq., J.P., were on the bench at intervals during the day.] APPLICATION. DISTRICT COUNCIL OF BAROSSA EAST V. HIPWELL. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 25 January 1867

LOCAL COURT-KAPUNDA. MONDAY, JANUARY 21, 1867. | Before J. S. Browne, Esq., S.M. W. Lewis, Esq., J.P., and W. Oldham, Esq., J.P., were on the bench at intervals during the day.J A PPLICATION. DISTRICT CODSCII. OF BABOSSA EAST V. HIPWEIJ.. This was an application by Mr Bennara, on behalf of defendant, to show cause why further particulars should not be given. The plaintiffs claimed £21 for money cotteeted on their behalf, but did not state whether it was money received for rates, or doc-taxes, &c.; neither were any i dates furnished to which pueh accounts were j made up. Mr Benham quoted ' Chitty' in be half of iris application. He applied for further I particulars, and for eight days to plead after | such were furnished. j Mr Jiurtall opposed the application, saying the j particulars were sufficiently fully stated; had it | been for a balance that would have been stated, whpreas the amoxrot was arrived at from the j accounts furnished to the Council by the de- j fendant hims...

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FRIDAY, JANUARY 25. [Before J. S. Browne, Esq., S.M., J. White, Esq., J.P., and W. Lewis, Esq., J.P.] FORD AND OTHERS V. COLLINS. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 1 February 1867

EBXDAY, JANUARY 25. fBefore J. S. Browne, Esq., S.M., J. White, Esq., J.P., and W. Lewis, Esq., J.P.] EOBD AN© OTHERS V. COLLINS. Mr Palmer for plaintiff; Mr Brady for de fendant. This was an action for slander, damages laid at £50. Mr Brady objected to the plaint upon legal grounds, and Mr Palmer consented to the plaint being amended, which was accordingly done. Mr Palmer then addressed the Court on be half of plaintiff. Mr Brady objected to the case being proceeded with, inasmuch as the plaint disclosed no cause of action. The plaintiff was nonsuited. CHASE V. RAJFFIN. This was an action to recover possession of a certain dwellinghouse, situate in Eapunda, and now in the occupation of the defendant; also j£6, for twelve weeks' arrears of rent. Mr Benham for plaintiff ; Mr Brady for de fendant. Mr Benham addressed the Court on behalf of the plaintiff, and called James Crase. Mr Brady objected to the case being proceeded with, inasmuch as the plaint did not disclose the particulars ...

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PARAFFIN OILS AND THEIR PERILS. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 1 February 1867

PARAFFIN" OILS AND THEIR PERILS. The danger arising from the storage, in one place, of large quantities of petroleum, or coal oils, has been but too often demon strated by terrible facts. Iheseoilsarie,' in some respects, more perilous, than ^gun powder. When they take fire, the burning: fluid is carried through the sewers td~ far1 distant localities, there to cause the tnost: disastrous effects. But the greatest source of accident jwith them arises from their, use in lamps. ;The risk from these lamps- is manifold. jThevmay be overturned, even when burning j and, from their ordinary; form, this I must be very likely to occur. They mav be blown in pieces by an explo sion. This aaay take place even with1 tolerably good oil; but with bad, it would seem nearly inevitable. The recklessness of many person^ is truly wonderftf j when one of these lamps requires a suppV of oil, it is very frequently poured in witho.it extinguishing the light. This is madness. There is no safety unless the la...

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LONDON BRIDGE LODGERS. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 1 February 1867

LONDON BRIDGE LODGERS. J Mr. James Greenwood, whose letter, signed '* Amateur Casual," contained such startling revelations of London workhouse life, has added another chapter to his annals of the houseless poor, by the follow ing recital of the manner in which die recesses on London Bridge are tenanted by aiis^ht, which is embodied in a letter to the Evening Star: I came on the bridge from the city side, and just as the churches were chiming 2 o'clock I approached the first recess. It was empty, save for a pool of rainwater, in which the rays from the e-aa-iamps above twinkled. With much satisJaction I struck a cigar light on the dry under part of the granite seat, and once more set my face towards Southwark, more as a punishment for my foolishness in putting faith in Mr Policeman than that I ex pected to make any discovery. But, alas! in recess number two it was my ill-fortune to stumble on a cause of quaking for my wager, had 1 made it, for here, crouched in a corner, nose-and-kn...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 1 February 1867

Hollo way's JPills are admirably ad apted for the removal of ail diseases which hare their [ origin in disordered digestion. They are well | suited to all clasaea and conditions, as competant < to give comfort to. the wealthy, as ease and strength to the poor. These Fills will be found ' an agreeable and efficient remedy by invalids whose minds and bodies are enervated and ex hausted from exeess, over anxiety, or foreign residence. Persons liable to bilious attacks should take these Fills; they cause each seizure to be less severe, the nausea and bilinousness will gradually be removed, "and good digestion, with complete health, is regained. To add to thei merits of Hollowyy's medicine, no risk or danger attends its use, and no weakness follows its employment.-Advt. A W AENI^tr. DO you' suffer from physical' incapacity i Are'Vou suffering from nervous debility? . Have yon been the guilty victim of any secret vice? Do you suffer from a set of symptoms neatly akin more or le...

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MISCELLANEA. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 1 February 1867

MiSCELLANE a . . As" Ext»EWSlVK' GusTOMEBi - The; human intellect has its limits/ though one would hardly, think so when leading: the icolossal undertakings by the firm, of Pet©,: :Brassy & Co.; and upoti reviewing the number of gigantic speculations; which they. had on Jhand, we can only fee| surprised that the!fabric did not tumble to the- ground'long ago. The tax imposed upon the mental capacity, however great, .with such a net-work of voluminous businesses. stretching over the globe, is simply inconceivable, hence outside a certain radius or grasp of intellect, no matter how comprehensive, all must, be comparatively chance work, and depending almost solely upon, the integrity and, efficiency of .an army of subordinates.: The'expenses of Sir Morton in themsfelvefe ' must form # tremendous item to the debit side cf his account.; 'ihese men .live like princes and pay like them. . In corro-; boration of. which we; take thle following. from. the I/feds $ercuri) Peto and Betts...

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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 1 February 1867

WEEKLY CALENDAR. Day of Month and Week. Satday., Feb. Sunday, " Monday, " Tuesday, " Wednesdy," Thursday, u Friday, " SUN. Rises. Sets. a.m. 5.24 5.26 5.27 5.28 5.29 5.30 5.31 p.m. 7. 3 7. 2 7. 1 7. 0 7. 0 6.59 6.58 Moon. Rises. Sets. ?.m 2.58 3.49 4.43 5.40 ?.38 7.37 8.37

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KADINA. January 29, 1867. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 1 February 1867

KADINA. I [From our own Correspondent.] January 29, 1867. I There has been very little stirring during the past fortnight, the recent hot weather forming the principal topic of conversation. Now that the weather is cooler it is to be hoped business will revive. In mining matters things seem to be going on as usuaL We «re quite out of the wheat world here, our business not being at all in that line-mines and mining being all we can speak of-though it is true there are a few who have commenced farming operations at Green's Plains, about twelve miles fromj;Kadina, and at the present time they appear to be doing very well. It is to be hoped the time will soon come when many more will follow their example. On Tuesday evening, the 23rd inet., the Rev. W. Wilson gave a lecture in the Congregational Church, on " Remarkable Trees." The rev. gentleman bandied his subject in a very-pleasing and instructive manner; the proceedings of the evening were diversified by recitations rendered by membe...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 1 February 1867

DEATHS. CLAXTON.-On the 29th January, at Ka panda, Annie, infant daughter of W. and Lydia Claxton. MULLEN.-On the 18th of January, at Kapunda, Catherine,youngest daughter of John and Mary Mullen, aged seven months. CLINT) ENING.-On'the 29th January, at Kapunda, Adelaide Young, the infant daughter of 'W. T. Clindening, surgeon, aged two months.

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MINTARO. January 28, 1867. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 1 February 1867

MIJNTARO. fFrom our own Correspondent.] January 28, 1867. Business in this township has been fearfully stagnant, no one seen stirring about, owing to harvest operations; but on Thursday and Friday last fresh life and vigor were called into active requisition to prepare for a worthy reception of our tired members, who visited us on the latter day, whilst en route for Sevenhills and Clare. About noon some of the townsfolk went oat to meet our members, and eseosted them to the township. After having partaken of the nice cold collation which had been provided, a nice meeting took place, at the close of which Mr Thompson Priest kindly drove our visitors the rest of their journey. Messrs. Kingston and Beynolds left for Adelaide the morning after the dinner at Auburn, Messrs. Bright, Everard, and English alone going on to Clare.

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THE KAPUNDA HERALD. Friday, February 1st, 1867. THE INSTITUTE. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 1 February 1867

THE KAPUNDA HERALD. Friday^ February 1st, 1867. : THE INSTITUTE. Patience and perseverance, we are told, overcome great difficulties; and these in fluences are being extensively exercised by a number of gentlemen who feel thai their great difficulty is to command that success ' for the Kapunda Institute which has hitherto so persistently refused to crown the efforts put forth on-its behalf. Wot discouraged by former defeats; these gentlemen, desiring to remove the re proach of being unable to support, in a township like this, an Institute propor tionate to the wealth"and importance of the inhabitants, hare, despite the., duloessjof the times, determined on making still another effort for the resuscitation of our; almost defunct society. ? The want of a really good and attrac tive Institute has never perhaps -' been more generally felt than at present.; and, therefore, we are not without some hope that the movement referred to may have at least a measure of success. ; Mankind general...

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LOCAL COURT—KAPUNDA. THURSDAY, JANUARY 24, 1867. FULL JURISDICTION. [Before J. S. Browne, Esq., S.M., W. Oldham, Esq., J. P., and W. Lisbon, Esq., J.P.] UNSATISFIED JUDGMENTS. DODD v. FORD. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 1 February 1867

LOCAL COURT-rKAPUNDA. THUBSDAY, JANUABY 24, 1867. FCIX JORISDETION. [Before J. S. Browne, EBQ., S.M., W. Oldham, Esq., J. P., and W. LISBON, Esq., J.P.] UNSATISFIED JDDGMENXS. DODD v. POKD. Debt of £46 13/. Mr Brady, for plaintiff, appli d that the case might be adjourned for out month. Adjourned to next Court day. DEFENDED CAUSES. HOBNER V. WHITE. Mr Palmer for plaintiff; Mr Brady for de fendant. The Court declined to hear thiB case, as it stood |uBt as betore. Bis Worship the Stipen diary Magistrate being subpoenaed as a witness, and declining to sit as a magistrate in it, there fore there was no proper Court. Mr Palmer applied for costs, but this vras not granted as there was no Courc. The Stipendiary Magistrate stated that he was subpoenaed to produce papers, but he had no such papers, and could give no evidence. JOEY JoEr v. BBCGAN. Claim for £20 damages for assault. Mr Stow for plaintiff; Mr Brady for defen dant. Mr Stow having stated the nature of the case, proceeded to adduc...

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AUBURN. January 31, 1867. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 1 February 1867

AUBURN. fFrom oar own Correspondent.] January 31, 1867. The members' dinner was a great success, about 200 persons being present, and Mr. A. King, Cnairman of the District, presiding. It is needless for me to enter into further particulars concerning this great event of the north, full particulars having already appeared in the daily papers. I am greatly surprised to find that our District Couhcil will not interfere with the sale yards, but allow them to remain in the main street, as on the sale day it is dangerous to go through the streets, as lots of wild cattle are running about and the butcher boys after them cracking their supposed stockwhips, which only tends to make the cattle still more furious. I think it would prove a great boon not only to those iu the town ship but also to others, if the cattle yards were about a mile away from the town. The Bey. J. Gardner preached a beautiful 1 sermon on Sunday morning ]&9t in the Town ? Hail, which was comfortably filled. The ...

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UPPER WAKEFIELD. January 28, 1867. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 1 February 1867

UPPER WAKEFIELD. fFrom our own Correspondent.] January 28, 1867. [Nothing of importance has occurred in this neighbourhood since my last, everything of an entertaining nature having to give place to harvest work. Ail the farmers here have been and still are hard at work gathering in their crops, which have yielded very well, averaging, so far as I can learn, from twenty-four to twenty five bushels per acre, in some places the yield being over thirty bushels. The low price of wheat is a matter of general regret, but the belief prevails that the price will shortly advance. I hava seen some fine samples ot wheat, such as to indicate that this district will sustain its former reputation for prolific yield and fine samples. Port Wakefield seems to be now the market to which most of the farmers take their grain, and I hear that on Thursday last there were more than 130 teams with wheat at the Port. The passing of the Fort Wakefield Tram way Bill has given great satisfaction here, though o...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 1 February 1867

SYDNEY HORSES; AT CEASE'S TABUS, XAPUNDA. On SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 2. AT? ONE OlCLOCK. > TENKIN COLES is instructed by Mr. y John Connor to sell by auction, -without re serve, as above About 40 Head of SYDNEY HORSES. These Horses are of the same description and j brand as those advertised to be sold at Truro. " To be sold without the least Reserve. Terms-Sums over £20, approved bills at Six weeks. i "T UNRESERVED SALE. , . On TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 5. AT ONE O'CLOCK. "AT THE FARM OF MICHAEL MOYLAN, CHINGFOIiD, NEAR SAJDDLEWORTH - UNDER BILL OF SALE. : TENKIN COLES is instructed to y sell by auction, without reserve, as above S Heavy Drafight Tasmsinan HORSES, young, broken-in, and perfectly staunch. Two of these hones are chestnuts,4and a ,. splendid, match. , ' ' 1 Chestnut Mare ' 8 Bullocks, Bows, Yokes, and Chains 1 Reaping Machine AND About 1,000;, "Bushels Wheatin tegs. ^ " Terms-Cash. Without the least reserve. . UNRESERVED SALE OF FURNITURE AMD EFFECTS. : - U On SATURDAY, FEBRUARY...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 1 February 1867

T O'-'A 'D V E R TLS E E S dn the ? ILAPIINDA.JIERAIiD,-The follGwingis the SCALE-of-DISCOIINTS oil Advertisements n the KAPUNDA HERALD, wieni prepaid : sdi th« ShUlin8'or25 lucent, ^insertion ?.!} the5h!Iliiig, or29£ percent.' theShllling, or S3 J percent. . The Scale of Charges is as follows: Two lines ... One Shilling. : Threelines ... OneSMUing and Sixpence. Fourlines ... Two'SMliingsl FiVelineB; ... ?* "Two ShiUingsand Sixpence; Six lindSil. ...( T#6Shillings^dSixpeiice. Eachlinemore 5?our-penee. ; ^igdrejOrTable-work^dv^rtisementSjChargeS i at sixpence per line throughout. | The KAPUSDA1HEBA32) willhave an exten-. eye^irculation aU. qverthejtfortheni Coim^iy, includbig.Gawler, Sheqoak Log, Greenock, Niiri oofpa^' Angajs'tbh, StbtikWell, Truro, North: Sand j ^uth$£hme,!LynabchVatteyf Moorundee; Stocks 1 partylimVro&d, Gilberton, Rhynie, the ^Wakefieldy Bitertpn, Saddleworth, Auburn, Mintftro* T*?as^ j ingham, Watervale, ^enwortti^^ Clare, &.<fnot &...

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ADELAIDE CORN MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 1 February 1867

ADELAIDE CORN MARKET. Oar fall market report has not come to hand, bat just as we were going to presB we received the following telegram "Adelaide, Eriday, February 1. " The wheat market has a strong downward tendency-the prices this morning being from .3/10 to 4/ at the Port, and 3/9 in Adelaide. A. F. CHRISTEN & CO."

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