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COMMERCIAL. [From our own Correspondent.] Adelaide, September 16, 1878. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 17 September 1878
COMMBSCIAIi. PBrom our own Correspondent.] Adelaide, September 16.1878. The market is dull and drooping. The outside price that can be got for wheat is 5/3, and if a sale were forced 5/2 would have to be taken. Country flour is £11 to £11 5/; and Town brandB £12 to £12 5/. ♦ " Kapunda Herald" Office, September 16, 1878. Wheat—4/9 per bushel. Hay—£2 10/ per ton. Wholesale. Retail. £1115/per ton 27/per bag 1/4 per bush. 1/5 per bush. Hour . Bran . Pollard Hams . Bacon , Cheese . Butter Eggs 1/5 18 per lb. 18 « /6 " /7 " 17 per doz. 1/6 /10 per lb. /10 " /10 " /9 " /9 per doz.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 17 September 1878
IIoTloway's Ointment.—Ulcerations, sores, •wounds, and other diseases affecting the skin, are amendable by this cooling and healing unguent. It has called forth the loudest praise from persons who have suffered for years from bad legs, abscesses, and chronic ulcers, after every hope of cure had long passed away. None but those who have experienced the soothing effect of this Ointment can form an idea o£ the comfort it bestows, by restrain ing inflammation and allaying pain. "When ever this Ointment has been once UBed it has established its own worth, and has again been eagerly sought for, as the easiest and safest remedy for all ulcerous complaints. In neuralgia, rheumatism, and gout, the same application, properly used, gives wonderful relief.—Advt. A C D U E F. This well-known DRAUGHT ENTIRE will Travel to Serve Mares as under:— Start from home on Monday, 12th August, to Bagot's Head Station; thence to Moppa, stay ing one hour at Mr. Hempel's; thence through Stockwell and St. Kitt...
IMPOUNDING NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 17 September 1878
IMPOUNDING NOTICES. GEORGETOWN, Josesh Martin, Pound keeper.—One chestnut filly, off fore and hind feet white, star, and snip, rope and chain on neck, branded JR near shoulder. Will be sold October 3, at noon. GUMBOWIE, (nearest Post-Office, Lance lot), A. F. Fuller, Poundkeeper.—One red and white bullock, hoop horns, joke-marked, big star in forehead, piece out of point and notch tinder off ear, illegible brand off rump. Will be sold, October 3, at noon. BOOYOOLIE (nearest Post-Office, Glad stone), Isaiah Hill, Poundkeeper. — One mouse-coloured horse, black mane and tail, black stripe down baek; one black horse, draught, bell on j one grey mare, sore shoul der ; one brown mare, star in forehead, two hind feet white; one chestnut colt, white feet, white down face, if branded not visible; one dark grey colt, branded C off cheek. Will be sold Oetober 3, at noon. M ,4 Tv ly A ATA R f K (nearest Post-Office, Yongala), J. S. Torr, Poundkeeper.—One bay horse, branded LL near shoulder, two...
The Kapunda Herald. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1878. THE NORTH-WEST BEND LINE. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 17 September 1878
Wfyt Hapuntia f^eralU, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1878. THE NORTH-WEST BEND LINE. This line, the necessity for which has been so long felt, has now been practically completed by the con tractors, Messrs. Overend & Robb, a Victorian firm of high reputation, whose first work this was in South Australia. As most of our readers are aware the firm has undergone some alteration since the work was undertaken ; the senior partner, Mr. Overend, like many other self-made men died in harness, for though the state of his health did not justify him in doing so he could not be induced to give up the task of personal super vision of the work. Mr. Bobb, how ever, has recently taken a large number of contracts for various important works in this colony, so that he may now to all intents and purposes be regarded as an addition to the list of contractors resident in this colony, who are prepared to j undertake works of the largest character likely to be put into the market even by the present go-a...
DEATH OF DR. OLDHAM. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 17 September 1878
DEATH OF DB. OLDHAM. | The following notice of the death of Thomas CI Iham, L.L.D., F.R.S. (brotherof Mr. William Oldham of this town), who died in July last, appears in the London AtheruEwni •.— j " We have to record the death of an emi nent geologist and a most excellent man at Eugby on the 17th of July. Prof. Thomas Oldham has long held a distinguished position in the world of science. In 1843 we find Col. J. E. Portloek, who had charge of the Ordnance Survey of Ireland, -writing of Mr. Oldham as follows, in his Beport on London deny i—' In my own department I have de rived the greatest advantage from the services of my chief assistant, Mr. Thomas Oldham, first in the field, and subsequently during the •preparation of tliis Beport. JTis knowledge of minerals I have freely used in the list of simple minerals, and in the minute examina tion and description of rocks, and his ability as a draughtsman in compiling the map and sections, and I may add that whenever I have required his a...
REUTER'S TELEGRAMS LONDON, September 11. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 17 September 1878
BEUTER'S TELEGKRAMS L0ND02T, September 11. Consols are quoted at 94|. The market rate of discount is 4| per cent. At the wool sale to-day 7,600 bales were offered, and the market is rather weaker. LONDON, September 12. It is probable that the English Government will refuse the proposal of Germany to join the signatory Powers of the Treaty of Berlin in compelling the Porte to adhere to the stipulations with respect to the Tumi-Greek frontier.
RIVERTON. [From our own Correspondent.] September 12, 1878. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 17 September 1878
BIYEBTON. ("From our own Correspondent.] September 12, 1878. Since my last to you we hare been visted by the Rev. Charles Clark, with -whom we arranged so as to secure the delivery of his famous lecture 011 "Westminster Abbey." There was a very select and appreciative audience, and after paying all expenses the Institute benefited to the sum of £4 2s. fid. Active exertions are being made for the successful carrying out of the united Odd fellows' and Foresters' picnic to be held shortly. The Bivertonians generally do' these things properly, so I have no doubt it will be a grand success. The first meeting of the new Committee of the Institute was held last week. Various matters of detail were settled, a motion was carried in favour of obtaining a lot of new books, and arrangements made for hanging the new map of the colony lately presented by the Government. Several new members have lately joined, and a prosperous year is anticipated. The anniversary services in connection with, tlie ...
VICTORIA. Melbourne, September 12. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 17 September 1878
VICTORIA. Melbourne, September ±z. His Excellency the Governor has received no intimation as to bis successor. A letter received yesterday from Mr. H. F. Boyle states that Mr. J. D. Walker has re linquished his idea of bringing out a team of gentlemen cricketers, but that the Zingari Club purpose sending an eleven to the colonies. Melbourne, September 13. A numerously signed petition from laborers and artisans of all classes will be presented to to the Assembly next week. Mr. Berry's health is severely shaken; he fainted more than, once to-day. The tender of J. P. Higgins & Co. for the construction of the Yarra and Oakleigh Sail way was accepted to-day. The line is to be opened for traffic in four months. Melbourne, September 14. Colonel Scratehley has been elected an Associate of the Institute of Civil Engineers, London. The Rev. Father Kelly leaves to-day for Sydney, where he will remain. He delivered a farewell address at the City Hall last night. Colonel Glover sailed fo...
SHADOWS AND SPIRITS. BY QUIZZER. Time, Midnight. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 17 September 1878
SHADOWS AND SPIRITS. By Quizzee. Time. Midnieht. Behold in your mind's eye a room about the centre of which is a long table, around which are eleven chairs, all empty savd the one occu pied by a man whose silvery locks betoken j that his pilgrimage in this strange eventful world has been a tolerably long one. Where j are they who filled the remainder of the chairs, those whose voices echoed through the hall ? They " came like shadows, and so de- j parted," whither I wot not. The solitary and venerable occupant has fellen into a deep reverie; lie has rested ids head in the palm of hia hand, and his elbow leans lightly oil the table. Shades of boyhood's happy day dreams, chased perchance by those of sober intent, flit and reflit o'er his memory's tablet Happy days I That they "would return. Vain wish. The actions of a life are compressed within small compass when one is in each a mood, and speedily are the doings of later years arrived at—ay, too speedily—and we are face to face with ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 17 September 1878
AT HAMLEY BRIDGE HOTEL, HAMLEY BBEDGrE. ON SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 21. AT ONE O'CLOCK. COLES & GOOD CHILD are favored with instructions from Mr. Thomas Cullman (who has just com pleted his contract for the Eudunda mail) to Bell bj auction, as above— 2 MATT, COACHES, to carry 18 and 14 Passengers respectively 12 First-class COACH HORSES, with Harness complete. ON SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 21. AT CEASE'S HOTEL, KAPUNDA. VALUABLE FARM, BETHEL, NEAR KAPUNDA. COLES & GrO ODCHILD are favored with instructions from Mr. E. H. Graefe (who has taken land in the North), to sell, as above— TTis well-known Valuable FARM, com prising SECTIONS 256, 258, and 264, in the HUNDRED of LIGHT, con taining 314 Acres of Splendid Land. The whole of this Property is well Fenced, and subdivided into Five Paddocks. There ■ is a good Four-roomed House, Stone Stable, Underground Tank; also, Two Large Dams. For absolute sale. A large portion of the purchase money can Btand at a low rate of interest. ON SATU...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 17 September 1878
Business Directory. kapimda. BBEWSTEB, fi., Wine, Spirit, and General Merchant, Brewster's Build ings, Main-street. Agent for Salter's and other Wines. "denham, W. H., Solicitor, Notary tl Public, &c., Main-street. Money to lend on property under the real [Property Act, or otherwise, at lowest rate of interest. t>ftuce, JOHN A., Auctioneer, j3 Loan, and General Commission Agent. Money to lend in large or small sums. tyumbkeck, THOMAS, Tanner l!) ynd Currier, near Morning Star. Leather o£ every description on hand and to order. Bark, Hides, and Skins, &c., bought. Btjmbeeck, wxlliam, Tanner and Currier, Burra-road, qatefrith's). Bark, Hides, .See., bought. Leather on sale or to order—first quality. Emebson, Mr., Solicitor, Main street, Kapunda. Money to lend on Mortgage or Deposit of Deeds. FAWCETT'S soothing POWBEBS, for Children Teething. Sold in Packets at One Shilling; or by post for Seven Stamps. Address, b>. lawcett, Chemist, Kapunda. Gmeeker, 5., Pianofor...
MAIL NOTICES. Post-Office, Kapunda. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 17 September 1878
MAIL NOTICES. Post-Office. Kanunda. 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, Marrable, Saddle worth, and places on the Burra-road at 10 p.m. daily. Mails arrive at this office as under:— Prom Adelaide and intermediate places, at 10.15 a.m., 1.45 p.m., and 6.55 p.m. From Bagot's Well, Hansborough,Eudunda and Government Well, 8 p.m. From St, John's and Koonunga, at 10.30 m„ on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturday.
NORTH-WEST BEND. [From our own correspondent.] September, 14. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 17 September 1878
NORTH-WEST BEND. £From our own correspondent.] - September, 14. The Bant of Adelaide opens their branch establishment here on Monday, the 16th inst., under the management of Mr. Burket. The proprietors of Kingsley's great moving mirror of the Rosso-Turkish War gave an entertainment here on Wednesday night, at Symond's Hotel. The entertainment was well patronized, but the room in which the exhi bition took place was altogether to small, nevertheless the audience seemed well satisfied with the evening's amusement, as it was the first thing of the kind ever seen here. Yesterday was a gala day at the Bend, and will long be remembered as the day on which the first train ran through from Kapunda to the Bend. The Eiver is still rising, and is now about sis; feet above the level of last April, so that there is no fear of boats being stuck for want of water. A cargo of wool passed down yesterday. Our telegrph office has been opened at last, so that we are no longer shut out from the rest of ...
GAWLER. [From our own Correspondent.] September 16,1878. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 17 September 1878
GAWLER. [From our own Correspondent.] September 16,1878, The election day was very tame here—not half as much excitement as the Municipal elections cause. The Committee of the Sun day-Closing ^League were the only ones who seemed to hunt up the electors. The result of the elections is pretty ■well what it 'was thought here. Our cricketers have succeeded in getting a [ piece of the Park Lands for a recreation 1 ground. It is to be hoped that they trill form a Recreation Club, and keep the regular season's sports up as they were done a few years ago. The same ground would be handy for clubs comiug from the North to meet Adelaide teams, which would give them longer time for playing than they would get if they went to Adelaide. The Oriental Exhibition is opened at the Institute Hall, and is well worth a visit. The Musical Union are going to give their first concert on the 24th inst. The programme [ is part sacred and part secular music. They are practising assiduously and deserve a good...
LOCAL COURT—KAPUNDA. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1878. [Before Mr. Varley, S.M., and W. Lewis, J.P.] LIMITED JURISDICTION. UNSATISFIED JUDGMENT. J. W. DAW V. GRABERT. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 17 September 1878
LOCAL COUBT—KAPTXNDA.. ^Thursday, September 12, 1878. [Before Mr. Varley, S.m., and w. Lewis, J.P.J Limited Jttbisdiction. Unsatisfied Judgment. J. W. Daw v. Grabekt. Judgment debt of £1 lis. 8d. j Mr. Benham, for plaintiff, said defendant j Had paid 10s. on account, and agreed to pay balance in one month for which he asked the Court to make an order. Order made accordingly. J. M. Donaldson v. Cetxttenden. Judgment debt of £5 2s. 2d. In this case Mr. Benham said he had. to summons, though he had served it; nor : complain that the bailiff had not returned the had the bailiff paid him the £2 received from the defendant who was fined last Court day for non-attendance. Mr. Benham said he would send in a formal letter of complaint. Case adjourned to next Court day. Schramm v. Donotjghtje. Mr. Benham said this case had been settled i out of Court. Blood v. Steinwedel. _ Judgment debt of £7 13s. 6d. Defendant ; did not appear. Mr. Benham, for judgment creditor, said I defendant last month ...
EXCURSION TO THE NORTH-WEST BEND. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 17 September 1878
EXCURSION TO THE NORTH WEST BEND. On Friday a number of gentlemen from Adelaide (including the Chief Secretary, the Secretary of Public Works, &e.) and Ka punda accepted the' invitation of Messrs. Chamier and Barnfield (managers for Messrs. Overend & 3Jobb), to take advantage of the completion of the line on Wednesday, by making an excursion to the Bend. The special train, which consisted of an engine and a saloon and second-class carriage, left Kapunda at about 10.26 and reached Bansborough in j seventeen minutes, and Eudunda, twenty-one miles, in thirty-four minutes. Considering that there was no break behind and the speed at which the train travelled, there was very little motion felt in the carriages. At Eu dunda a stay of about a quarter of an hour was made, and several by permission of Messrs. Overend & Bobb's courteous superintendent took a seat on the engine, so that they might better see the country through which they were passing. Soon after leaving...
CRICKET. THE SEVEN AGES OF CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 17 September 1878
CRICKET. THE SEVEN AGES OF CRICKET. All the world s a cricket match, And all the men and children merely players ; They hare their exits and their entrances; And one man in his time plays many parts. His act being seven ages. At first the youngster, Scouting and fielding in a friendly match; Then the active longstop, -with, his chucking up And sweating morning face, running like mad To stop a trimming cut j and then the mid on, Shying like fury at the batsman's wickets When o'er the crease he steppeth; then a short slip Full of smart catch, and watohing like a thief, Jealous in fielding, sadden andquick in shying, Seeking the bubble reputation Even off tlie batsman's bat; and then the bowler, In fair round-arm, bowling with a break-back on With pace severe, and dreading hard a cut, Full of dodgings and modern instances, And so he bowls his man. The sixth age shifts | Into the lean and hopeful batsman, With pads strapped tight on legs, and gloves I on hand, His thick-set bat -well gr...
MAGISTRATES' COURT, KAPUNDA. [Before Mr. J. VARLEY, S.M.] [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 17 September 1878
MAGISTRATES' COUBT, KAPUNDA. [Before Mr. J. Yarlej, S.M.] Merman Grosser was charged on the infor mation of Police-trooper Brown with a breach of the Lights on vehicles Act. Defendant pleaded guilty, but said he had only just come out of the scrub and did not know it was compulsory to carry lights except within a certain distance of Corporations. Fined 5s., and 10s. costs. Annie Hehie v. John Detajtet. Struck out, neither party appearing. Police v. John Stectlee. Defendant was charged with a breach of the Lights on Vehicles Act, on September 5, on main road at Eudunda. He pleaded guilty, and was fined 5s. and 10s. costs.