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NEW SOUTH WALES. Sydney, September 12. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 17 September 1878

NEW SOUTH WALES. Sydney, September 12. The steamer City of Newcastle, bound from Sydney to Newcastle, stranded at Long Beach, about a mile from the latter port, at 5 o'clock in the morning. There was a dense fog at the time. The vessel will probably be a total wreck. No lives were lost, but the passengers hid a narrow escape. ! The T^neriing Ifems publishes a telegraphic report from the Her. Mr. Chalmers and Mr. Chester on the explorations and geographical discoveries in the interior of New Guinea. The country is described as fruitful. A new river was traced. Sydney, September 14. The new clip of wool is arriving freely, and it is expected that this season's shipments will considerably exceed those of last year owing to the extension of the Southern Kail way. The boat race for £200 between Laycock, of Sydney, and Messenger, the "Victorian cham pion, over the Champion Course on the i Parramatta River, was won by I/aycock easily. I There was an enormous attendance. j

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OUR CITY LETTER. [From our own Correspondent.] Adelaide, September 12. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 17 September 1878

OUR CITY LETTER. [From our own Correspondent.] Adelaide, September 12. The city is in a bustle to-day on account of the Agricultural Society's grand show of stock, &c. There hare been pleasant refresh ing showers again during the night, so that the usual concomitant of dust will not be troublesome. The season for stock altogether has been so decidedly favourable that the show has been an exceptionally good one, and was very numerously attended. The Adelaide and Suburban (Norwood and Kensington at present) Tramway Company is getting on splendidly, increasing steadily and largely every week in numbers carried in the cars, which during the busiest parts of the day run every ten minutes from each end. The total number of passengers conveyed during the past week was considerably more than even in the week of Prince Alfred's birthday holiday, and reached 18,459. When the tramway began to be laid I expected that the dust on the roads would probably be diminished, but such is not li...

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NEW CALEDONIA. Via Sydney, September 12. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 17 September 1878

NEW CALEDONIA. Via Sydney, September 12. A body of rebels numbering 400 attacked the troops at La Foo, but were completely defeated, and 30 or 40 dead and wounded left. In anotlier engagement 10 of the rebels were killed, but on neither occasion wers there any whites injured. Subsequently 560 troops, aided by 300 friendly natives, attacked the chief Atai and his tribe, and killed Atai and his son and 10 men and took 65 prisoners. At the same time 30 soldiers at Moindon surprised the rebels under Baptiste, who was killed, together with his daughter and one man, and the rest of the body routed. The rebels are losing ground on all rides, and it is believed that the insurrection is virtually ended. LOCAL telegram:. JTFrom our own Correspondent.]] Adelaide, September 16, 2.41 p.m. The name of the boy injured by the tram way is Day, not Hill. It is expected that amputation will not be necessary. The proceeds of the German Club bazaar totalled £463. Mr. Wishart's tender was the lowest for ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 17 September 1878

DEATH. PRATTEN.—On the llth September, at Kapunda, Joseph Pratten, aged 59. A resident of 19 years in Kapunda.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 20 September 1878

Holloways Pills. — Sleeplessness, flatulency, acidity, nausea, and all dyspeptic indications may be speedily relieved by these famous Pills, of which, large quantities are shipped to all parts of the world- ' The con stantly increasing demands for Holloway's medicine proves its power over disease, and its estimation by the public. In weakness of the stomach, in diseases of the liver, and in disorders of the system caused by cold or a sluggish circulation, no medicine is so effica cious, no remedy so rapid, as these Pills; which are altogether incapable of doing mischief. By quickening digestion they give refreshing sleep, sharpen the appetite, impart tone to the digestive organs, purify and enrich the blood, regulate the secretions and strengthen the whole physical frame.—Advt. TEN EXHIBITION PRIZE MEDALS. *OEY'S COCOA. JD FRY'S CARACAS COCOA in packets and tins, specially recommended by • the Manufacturers, is prepared from the , cele brated Coeoa of Caracas, combined, with other c...

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IMPOUNDING NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 20 September 1878

IMPOUNDING NOTICES. TRURO, F- Clialker, Pouukeeper.—One dark bay horse,, both front legs and off hind leg white, blaze down face, cut or sear or the nose, hair clipped off near shoulder, adver tised to be sold September 2, now shows brands of L near shoulder, GrH off shoulder. Will be sold September 23, at noon. CLARE, Jas. Work, Jun., Pouukeeper.— One bay mare, black points, shod all round, brand over Cor^ over G- near shoulder ; one dark eliesnut mare, blaze down face, shod front feet, branded like S off neck; one bay yearling colt, star on forehead, hind feet white, no brands visible. Will be sold September 30, at noon. BOOYOOLIE (nearest Post-Office, Glad stone), Isaiah Hill, Poundkeeper. — One mouse-coloured horse, black inane and tail, black stripe down back; one black horse, draught, bell on; 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...

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DISTRICT COUNCILS. HAMILTON. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 14. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 20 September 1878

DISTRICT COUNCILS. HAMILTON. Satfbdat, Septembeb 14. ■Present— Councillors Demngton (chair), Warrick, and Stephens. J. Shannon waited on Council in reference to contract Te-let to McGrrath, stating that Council had been misled in regard to his having gone shearing, at the same time asking Council that his name might be taken from the black list; as con tract in question was not jet began it was resolved to cancel same ; the other matter to be considered next meeting. Letter from Secretary Midland Road Board, intimating that instructions had been given for drain to be cut at Fuller's Corner; also that per mission was granted to take rubble from cut ting, Hamilton, for repairing footpaths, sub ject to approval of Superintendening-Sur vejor. Clerk to issue rate notices and collect rates. Tenders accepted — Forming - and metalling. Cropley's, W. Blesing, £4 17s. 6cL per chain; clearing road, Wiadebank's, £4i 19s.; forming and metalling, Frost's, C. Cain, £5 per chain, provided he undert...

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CORRESPONDENCE. RAILWAY CHARGES. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 20 September 1878

CORRESPONDENCE. It must be understood that we do not necessarily endorse the opinions of Correspondents under this beading-. KAIL WAY CHABGES. TO THE EDITOB. Sir—I folly endorse the remarks of Mr. Feurliardt, at the Eudunda Farmers' Associa tion, as reported in your last issue, on the aboxe subject, and consider the present rates both excessive and suicidal. In a neighbour ing colony a ton of ordinary goods can be carried more than 200 miles for 18s., and I believe firewood at a still less rate, and yet it pays well, not perhaps in direct profit but in collateral advantages. It may be objected that our system of railways does not pay now —what must be expected if freights were lower? I reply that railways, lite post and telegraph offices, do not and ought not to be expected to pay at first in new and sparsely populated countries, no matter how high the rates are fixed. On the other hand when the rates are low the pecuniary loss is generally less in proportion, and the lower they are...

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AUSTRALIAN CBICKETERS. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 20 September 1878

AUSTRALIAN CBICKETEBS. The Australian Cricketers have now played a sufficient number of matches with repre sentative English teams to enable us to guage, the extort of their prowess, pretty accurately. The electrifying defeat which they inflicted on the Marvlebone Club at Lord's was balanced by the decisive beating which they received from the Gentlemen: of England at Prince's. Yorkshire wonj her return match with them in a rather liollow style, and there remain for the. Australians to reckon against their original ■ defeat by Nottingham their victories over Surrey and Middlesex. Of their matches with eighteens and twenty-twos we take no account whatever. On the whole then, our. conclusion 'would be that the Australians are quite fit to cope with any of our strongest county teams, but that they could not contend, with any reasonable pros pect of success, against a champion eleven, selected from the amateur and professionals of England. . . . They have won golden opinions all round, ...

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GILBERT. MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 16. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 20 September 1878

GILBERT. 1 Mokdat. Septembeb 16. Present—All but Cr. Norton. Chairman reported having made enquiries at Surveyor General's Office re certificate of title for Messrs. Farrow and Flavel. A fresh applica tion would hare to be made for Mr. Farrow's. Mr. Flavel's was ready; Clerk to apply for them. Mr. J. Kelly asked for some farther addition to contract near his place, and offered to give £3 towards same; Chairman and Overseer to arrange. Return of expenditure last grant signed. Chairman applied for One month's leave of absence ; granted. Mr. H. Lummer appointed Ranger. Clerk to apply to Hamilton District Council for half cost of repairs to Boundary-road. Tend ere accepted —Forming and metalling, Harris's, A. IVarby, £4 5s. per chain ; cutting drain, 5s.; farming and metalling, Shannon's, J. field, £4 7s. 6d. per chain. Couneil adjourned for one month. Keceipts, £29 Is. 6d.; payments £85 13a. 6d. Our ancestors, the monkeys, couldn't have been so ignorant after all. They were all educate...

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COMMERCIAL. [From our own Correspondent.] Adelaide, September 19, 1878. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 20 September 1878

COMMERCIAL. JTFrom oar own Correspondent/] Adelaide, September 19,1878. .Business is yeiy quiet, and not moire than | 5/2 can be obtained for. wheat. Country ! floor has been sold at £11; and town is worth £12 to £12 5/. ♦ " Eapunda Herald " Office, September 19,1878. Wheat—4/9 per bushel. Hat—£2 10/ per ton. Wholesale. Retail. Hour ... ... £11 15/per too 27/ per bag Bran ... ... 1/4 per bush. 1/5 per bush. Pollard ... 1/5 " 1/6 " Hams ... ... /8 per lb. flO pa- lb. Bacon ... ... /8 " /10 " Cheese /6 " flO " Butter /7 " /& " ... /7 per doz. /9per doz.

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MELBOURNE. [From our own Correspondent.] September 9, 1878. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 20 September 1878

MELBOURNE. {[From our own Correspondent.] September 9,1878. The major portion of this letter will have to be devoted to political subjects. Both Houses met on Tuesday last. Let us first glance at the proceedings in the Assembly. I alluded in my last to the Treasurer's Budget statement; the first important' busi ness in the Assembly was the debate on this subject. Immediately on the Treasurer moving the first item in the Estimates Mr. Service rose, and in his speech traversed the Treasurer's statement; and as leader of the Opposition his speech received more attention than from its merits it deserved. Mr, Francis followed on the same side, and alluded unfavorably as to the prospects of the proposed loan, and also advocated the neces sity of a sinking fund being established. Mr. Paterson took up the cudgels on behalf of the Ministerial party, and thought that instead of borrowing'only £4,000,000 we might ask £40,000,000. He quoted statistics to prove that Victoria was never so prosper...

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NEW ZEALAND. Wellington, September 17. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 20 September 1878

3SGEW ZEALAND. Wellington, September 17. The Tar&rua, steamer, was ashore for four hoars last night at Farewell Spit, close to the scene of the -wreck of the Q,ueen Bee. She arrived at Westport to-day, and proceeds to Melbonrne. Her stranding is attributed to a variation of the compass, caused by her cargo of Taranafei steel sand.

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NEW SOUTH WALES. Sydney, September 16. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 20 September 1878

NEW SOUTH WALES. Sydney, September 16. The Free Selectors' Conference on Saturday passed a resolution in favor of tlie abolition of Commissioners and the substitution of a Land Board. China papers bring news that' the Austra lian ship Hovlan was expected to be a total wreck on the coast of China. Steamers had gone'to Tier assistance. Three out of four of the boats which left the ship had been picked up, but the remaining boat, with nine of the crew, was still missing. Sydney, September 17. The Underwriters'Association have resolved to present Captain Birnie, of the Carnbulg, with a testimonial in recognition of kiB safe navigation of hie ship to Sydney after she was dismantled in a gale. Two thousand immigrants are now afloat for this colony.

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OUR CITY LETTER. [From our own Correspondent.] Adelaide, September 18. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 20 September 1878

OTTB CITY LETTER. ([From our own Correspondent.] Adelaide, September 18. The sad news which must, as a matter or the gravest moment, form the opening subject of my letter will have reached the majority of your readers before these lines can appear in print; but I should be -wanting in my duty as your correspondent and in respect to the memory of Mr. Justice Stow, if I failed to give special prominence to the sad event which has the effect almost of a national calamity on the colony. I hare been well acquainted with the late Judge for more than thirty years past, and can bear my testimony from personal observation to the brilliance of his talents, the high order of his mind, his strict integrity, and keen sense of right. His mental power and his love for the honorable profession which he adopted were such that study seemed far less laborious to him than to most men. He possessed a wonderful faculty of seeing into and through a case, and seemed to perceive almost by intuition what wou...

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MIDLAND ROAD BOARD. RIVERTON: TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1878. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 20 September 1878

MIDLAND KOaD BOARD. Rxtbbton : Tuesday, September 17, 1878. Present—Messrs. H. T. Morris (Chairman), I. Xillicoat, J.P., J. Bowden, J.P., and J. Moule, Commissioners; Air. J. Morris, Superintending-Survej"or; and M!r. J. J. Rliead, Secretary Minutes of last meeting read and con firmed. Correspondence. 113. From Mr. G. E- Bleechmore, stating that Messrs- Elder, Smith, & Co., as attorneys for Mr. Curling, of England, had agreed to accept the valuation named by him as Board's Valuator for the land required for road de viation through Section 263—viz., £40. Received. . . 114. From same, referring Board's solicitors to Messrs. Elder, Smith, & Go. from whom they would obtain information as to getting the title under the old Act to the portion of land required for the deviation. Board's Solicitors to approve the title before (he amount is paid. 115. From Mr. Gteorge McLeisb asking Board to return his deposit for £5, as he had made a mistake in tendering for contract No. 114...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 20 September 1878

MANY HAVE TRIED, All have Failed in producing an article equal to COTJCtH ELIXIR ! FOB THE CUBE OF Coughs, Colds, and Asthma. Sold by every Storekeeper in the Colony, and "Wholesale and Retail by the Proprietors, 19,, HINDLEY-STREET, ADELAIDE. Herewith for your perusal is one of the many Testimonials we hare received:— MESSRS. A. M. BICKFORD & SONS, HIJfDLET-STBBET, 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 COUG-H ELIXTB as a relief. My daughter has taken nearly the contents of three bottles, and I am very pleased to inform you that it had a wonderful effect on her, having quite cured her of the cough, and restored her to perfect frwrifh- So mueh do I think of this preparation that E bonsider it my duty to info...

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REUTER'S TELEGRAMS LONDON, September 13. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 20 September 1878

RENTER'S TELEGRAMS LONDON", September 13. The market rate of discount is per cent. Silver is selling at 4s. 3£d. per oz. At the wool sale to-day 7,700 bales were offered. Combing sorts are firmer. .LONDON, September 15. The epidemic of yellow fever is greatly diminishing in Louisiana in consequence of the setting in of cold weather. The refusal of England to accept the pro posal of Germany for the Powers who signed the Treaty of Berlin to take common action in compelling the Porte to carry out the stip ulations with respect to Greece, is confirmed. The Russians have evacuated Erzeroum. Mount Vesuvius is showing activity, and a heavy stream of lava is being emitted. LONDON, September 14. By the recent steamboat collision on the Thames 666 persons are known to have perished. LONDON, September 17. The Austrians have attacked the insurgents in Bosnia in every direction, except in places where they are strongly entrenched, and they are now bombarding Jablonitza, a fortified town north of...

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BROADDRIM'S PARIS LETTER. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 20 September 1878

BBOADBUIM'S PARIS LETTER. [We made arrangements early in fclie year to be furnished regularly with, these letters, but the earlier portion of the .series appears to have unaccountably gone astray, the instal ment received by the last mail being the first •which has come .to hand.—Ed.} • - One of the most interesting features of the Paris Exposition is the restaurants in and about the grounds. You may see much of French life in the theatres, in the art galleries, in the streets and in their public assemblies ; but if you want to see it an nature!, as a Frenchman would say, you must see it in the restaurants. When an Englishman eats he seeks a modest seclusion ; the American does not particularly care about making a public •exhibition of himself; the German likes to sit under the branches of a shady tree, or any where with a few green leaves around him that remind him of the woods and the fields. Not so with the Frenchman ; give him a roll, a bottle of " vin ordinaire," set him out in...

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MONTHLY CALENDAR—SEPTEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 20 September 1878

MONTHLY CALENDAR— SEPTEMBER. Sinr. Moon. jjay or monra and Week. Bises. Sc >ts. 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 Wednesday 11 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 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 Suiiday 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...

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