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ELECTION MEETING AT SADDLEWORTH. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 6 March 1868
ELECTION MEETING AT SADDLE WORTH. From our own Correspondent.! A public meeting was held at the Stuart Hotel &nbsp; on Wednesday evening, 26 inst, to take into con sideration the choice of candidates for the District of Burra, at the ensuing election, Mr. E. Siekmann was voted to the chair. After making some enquiries as to the object of the meeting and who had called it, Mr. M, Manning said he was the promoter of the meeting. He thought it time that something should be done with regard to the important business now before the Colony. Who shall be our Members to represent us in the House of Assembly, the next three years ? As they had been easy about the matter so long, it was time to bestir themselves. The Chairman thought the meeting was wisely convened; as something must be done, and done quickly. It had been said of the Burra, that it lay with the electors there as to who should be the men to be returned; but he thought their part of the district had grown to manhood, an...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 13 March 1868
Hollow-ay's Pills.-Liver, Lungs, and Kidney a.-A large number of internal maladies arise from obstructions, over the removal of which j these celebrated Pills exercise the most perfect j control. A° course of them iB strongly recom mended as a remedy for almost all chronic af fections-as liver complaint, congestion of the lungs, torpidity of the kidneys, arid other functionl disorders which cause much present suffering, and if neglected lay the foundations of incurable diseases. Holloway's Pills are especially adapted j for the young and delicate; their gentle and purifying action places them above all other medicines. In indigestion, nervous affections, gout, and rheumatism, these Pills have raised for themselves an universal fame. They expel all impurities from the blood, and thus restore cheerfulness and vigour.-Advt. » AilJ 1JX lj. DO you suffer from physical incapacity? Are you sufFerii g from ne;vous debility? Have yon been the guilty victim of any secret vice? Do you sufier f...
HONEYMOONS ABROAD. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 13 March 1868
HONEYMOONS ABROAD. There are certain phases in every man's life in which he is predestined to ridicule, and the address which he shows in mister ing these difficulties affords a fair criterion of his probable success in after years. The sudden transition from frocks to troupers is a trial to youth j the exchange of maternal kindness for the ucsympathizing air of school is another; and the sense of being a nonentity which strikes a chili to the heart of a budding undergraduate is a worthy third. And so it continues up to the last stage in which a grown man feels that he must be absurd. This last state is worse than the first. When he has realized that he was not born to live alone, ani acting on that belief has imparted his views on the subject to some fair creature, however sensible he may be, however self possessed, the world seems to be in a con spiracy against him, and he is obliged to look foolish. It lurks in the atmosphere. The parents live over again their own love passases ;...
HOT NOVELS. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 13 March 1868
HOT NOVELS. Why ladies should write hot novels is a difficult problem to solve. If we were to accept those' singular ravings after broad, shoulders and mous taches as indicating a general feeling existant in the modern-female mind, it would not raise our opinion of the sex. The way to look at the matter, however, is this-women write for men just as they dress for men. Those books so full of inarticulate murmurings after seducers, are in tended for the use of males. They represent the compliment which the feminine part of English human nature pays to the masculine portion. We were present at the opera with as much of the form of beauty as beauty can venture to dis play "with a safe conscience, and in our studies or club-rooms, where Mudie is in requisition, we can get glimpses of the most secret recesses of the heart as it burns with the fire of passion, and leaps with fits and starts into positively scorching flames of guilty affection. For in a hot novel the love must be improper-i...
The Kapunda Herald. FRIDAY, MARCH 13, 1868. ATTEMPT TO ASSASSINATE THE PRINCE. Sydney, March 12. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 13 March 1868
\%\)t l&apuntra f^eraltr* FRIDAY, MARCH 13, 1868. ATTEMPT TO ASSASSINATE THE PRINCE. Sydney, March 12. At the picnic to-day, a ruffian allot the Prince in the back. He was captured. The wound is not expected to prove fatal. The Sailors' Home ball and picnic was a great affair. There were thousands present, and a general holiday was observed. Everything passed off well till after lunch. "When the Prince was walking with the Countess Belmore and Sir Win. Manning, an elderly man, unknown here, went behind him, drew a revolver, and fired, the ball lodging in the Prince's back. He was firing a second shot, when a bystander struck down the pistol and seized him. The bullet thus diverted went through Mr. Thornton's foot. A fearful excitement ensued. Ladies fainted, and the crowd rushed on the assassin, crying " Lynch him! lynch him." The police interfered and dragged the miscreant on board a steamer, which conveyed him to Darlinghurst Gaol. He declared that he came from Dublin, and...
THE COMING ELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 13 March 1868
THE COMING ELECTIONS. At length a meeting- is to be held in Kapunda to consider who are to be the representatives of the district in the ensu ing Parliament; and it is only fair to the parties at whose instance this meeting has been convened to state that they took steps to have it held a fortnight back; but from some unexplained reasons, the re quisition was allowed to remain idle in the hands of one of the parties concerned for some time, thus laving the electors in this part of the district open to a charge of apathy, which some of them certainly do not deserve. We would, at the outset of our remarks, suggest to the electors ia various parts of the district that if they wish their meet ings to be attended bv the representatives of the Press, they should have the cour tesy to intimate to the Press that such meetings are to be held as it frequently happens that more than one portion of the Press gets blamed for not attending meet ings of the intention of holding which they knew not...
STOCKPORT. TUESDAY, MARCH 3. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 13 March 1868
STOCKPORT. TUESDAY, MABCH 3. Present-The Chairman and Councillors O'Dea and Young. Davis's tender for clearing stumps and filling hole near Flagstaff, for £310/, accepted. Chairman to sue Ford for money expended by Council on his son. Hanger to proceed against Hill for burning stubble without complying with provisions of the Stubble Burning Act. Clerk to notify to sufferers by the late fire that fencing stuff may be had gratis on application to the Chairman of the District Council, from the waste lands of the district, and also from the Hundreds of Dalkey and Hall, for the purpose of repairing burnt fences only.
CORRESPONDENCE. MARTIN'S SUBSCRIPTION LIST. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 13 March 1868
CORRESPONDENCE. MABTDTS SUBSCRIPTION LIST. TO THE EDITOR. Sir-Ae tlie subscription list in aid of myself is closed, I beg to tender my heartfelt thanks to those who so liberally assisted me in my difficulties. To the itev. Frederick Byrne, Doctors TaUis and Blood, and Mr. R. J. Day, my thanks are also doe for ithe great redaction they have made in thfiir -respective accounts; and I am also indebted to yourself for the trouble you hare taken in re ceiving subscriptions and in advertising the same in your paper gratuitously. Yours &c., PATRICK MAUTLN".
KAPUNDA. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 29. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 13 March 1868
KAPUNDA. SATURDAY, FEBBTJABT 29. I Present-The Chairman (Mr, Jeffe), and Cotui ciliors Hazel and Windebank. MinuteB of last meeting read and confirmed. Work done at Allen's Creek and Bagot's Well passed for pay ment. Six tenders received for making a crossing over the creek near the Railway Station, ranging from £12 to £19 15/; Hugh Bawden's, for £19 15/, accepted. Clerk to call for tenders for crossing near Badge's Farm, Boss's Ward. Re ceived, letter from Gl-eorge Bawden, requesting to have twelve stumps removed from his road granted; memorial from several ratepayers, re questing some repairs on the Stockport road Clerk to inspect and report; letter from Mr. Craig, requesting to have a crossing made and some stumps removed-Clerk to inspect and report. Clerk to examine and rej>ort on some repairs needed near Murphy's, and some near Saunders' Sections, Invermay Ward. Payments, £19 9/; receipts, £17
CITY CORRESPONDENCE. Adelaide, March 12, 1868. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 13 March 1868
CITY CORRESPONDENCE. Adelaide, Marck 12,1868. The Mayoralty of George Coppin, as Pasquin lias it, is not offering well. He has never got the Town Hall decently filled yet; and so ashamed have the Corporation become of its yawning emptiness, that a calico marquee lias been erected inside; to prerent the audience losing sight of themselves. At first it was impossible to hear beyond the third seat of the dress cricle, and anything that was to be heard generally rose straight up from the stage and disappeared among the plaster cupids overhead. The stage was roofed in-then it became pGTsible to hear at the back of the dress circle, and even a little in the second seats; all beyond were left in utter incompre hensibility, and the gods might as well too be stone deaf, as have to doubt the negative evidence of their senses. With the assistance of a Corpo ration grant a false roof has been erected, reach* ing from the proscenium back to the front of the gallery. - Thus after a week of lost t...
GILBERT. MONDAY, MARCH 2. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 13 March 1868
GILBERT. MO:NT>.S.Y, MARCH 2. Present-All members. Letters received, from Crown Lands Office, February 20, forwarding fresh forms for obtaining grant-in-aid, and inform ing Council that in future such payments will be made quarterly; from.Destitute Board, Feb. 20, respecting the temporary relief of destitute poor; also from H. Gr. Kelly, Esq., respecting road near Hamilton-to be attended to immediately funds permit. Bank receipts for £39 15/10 laid on table. Mr. Fry waited on Council and requested some assistance towards obtaining prizes for Uiverton School, and requested attendance of Council at examination; £2 10/ granted in aid of 1 same. Receipts, £37 15/9; payments, £39 13/. j
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 13 March 1868
FURNITURE. CLEARING OUT SALE. On SATURDAY, MARCH 14. AT ONE O'CLOCK SHARP. AT THE PREMISES OP ME. DAY, MAIN STREET, KAPUNDA. JOHN SMALL will sell by auction, as above IN CONSEQUENCE OF THE EXPIRATION OF THE LEASE, The whole STOCK of GENERAL HOUSE HOLD FURNITURE of all kinds, in cluding Chests of Drawers Meat'Safes Tables Chairs of all kinds Washing Stands Iron Bedsteads A GENUINE CLEARING-OUT SALE. FOR CASH LAND MART. ON FRIDAY, 20TH MARCH, 1868, AT 11 O'CLOCK PRECISELY. (y will offer for sale by VJl ajtb r J WAD HAM' auction, Lot BELVlDESE (Hundred of). SECTION 449, containing 78 ACRES of LAND, fenced with Posts, Rails, and Wire, and subdivided into three or four paddocks. There is a substantial HOUSE OF EIGHT ROOMS with underground Tank (4,000gallons), also Stone Stable, Garden, and small Vineyard, Well of Water, &c. The Property, which is situated about three miles from Kapunda, is well known as in the occupation of J. S. Browne, ESQ. ON SATURDAY, MARCH 14. AT ONE O'CLOCK...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 13 March 1868
T O AD YEETI8EES in the KAPUNDA HERALD.-The following is the SCALE of DISCOUNTS on Advertisements in the KAPUNDA HERALD, when prepaid 4 and 6 } i£d. in the Shilling, or 12* per cent. insertions... ) 6,7, and 8 }3(j -m the Shilling, or 25 per cent, insertions... j 0,10;»nd 11") in ^ Shilling, or 29| per cent. is^er&otiB... ) Insertion 1 the Shilling, or 33£ per cent, daring qrfcr.) The Scale of Charges is as follows: Two lines ... One Shilling. Three linea ... One Shilling and Sixpence. Four lines ... Two Shillings. Jive lines ... Two.Shillings andSixpence. "Bix tines... ... Two Shilling .and Sixpence. line more Four-pence. Figure; or Table-work Advertisements, charged sfeSispence per line, throughout. . All orders should be legibly written on the face or back of advertisements; and, where no order Ut O*en. advertisements will be continued until countermanded, or out of date. Orders for the discontinuance of advertisements cannot be at tended. to after Wednesday eyenings. All...
KAPUNDA MARKET PRICES. "Kapunda Herald" Office, Friday, March 13, 1868. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 13 March 1868
EAPUNDA MARKET PRICES. "Xapunda Herald" Office, Friday, March. 13,1868. Wheat, new 8/4 per bushel Flour, per ton, £21 Ditto, per bag, 47/ Ditto, per !b, 3d Bread, per 21b loaf, 5d
ADELAIDE CORN MARKET. Adelaide, March 12, 1868. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 13 March 1868
AJJJS.LAIDE COBJV HABKET. Adelaide, March 12,1868. Since our last report the market has had a con tinued upward tendency; -which, however, was checked yesterday in consequence of rather less animated reports from the other colonies, and the fact that our statistics would at last be pub lished to-day. The result is that the total quantity of Wheat reaped amounts to 2,605,927 bushels; the average yield on acres reaped is 5. bushels 12 lbs. per acre, and on acres sown 4 bushels 42 lbs. per acre. It remains now to be seen what effect this result will have on the market. The quotations to-day are nominally the same as yesterday, viz. "Wheat, best samples, 8/6 to 9/ per bushel; ditto, inferior, from 3/ per bushel upwards; Flour, £20 to £22 per ton; Bran, 1/1 to 1/2 per bushel; Pollard, 1/5 to 1/6; Cape Barley 2/6 to 2/9 ; English ditto, 4/ to 4/6; Cape Oats, 3/ to 3/6; English ditto, 4/ to 4/6. A. P. CHRISTEN & CO.
DISTRICT COUNCILS. BELVIDERE. MONDAY, MARCH 2. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 13 March 1868
DISTRICT COUNCILS. BEL V iJJERE* MONDAY, MABCH 2. Present-All. Minutes of last meeting con firmed. Clerk to write to Kapunda District Council and ascertain what resolution tliey liad come to relative to malting crossing over the Light at Baker's Flat, and to enquire if the road through T. Hynes's was yet surveyed. Order made for road exchanges, &e., published in Gazettes of Januaiy 16, &c. Clerk instructed to have the agreements and other preliminaries con nected with opening and closing roads through McCarthy's and Stockman's ready by next meet ing of Council. Councillor Lange and Clerk re ported having inspected the culvert on Main road near Section 213, and the improvements suggested last meeting were satisfactorily carried out. Councillor O'Loughlin. and the Clerk to meet and arrange about crossing at Baker's Flat. Payments, £4 10/.
CORONER'S INQUEST. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 13 March 1868
CORONER'S INQUEST. A Coroner's inquest was held at Linwood on Sunday last, before Dr. Tallis, J.P., and a Jury of twelve-of whom Mr. It. EanMne was chosen foreman-on the body of John Thomas, who had been found drowned. After viewing the body the following evidence was taken: Robert Oldfield examined. By the Coroner-Was a labourer, residing near Iiinwood ; witness had seen the body, and knew it to be that of John Thomas, whom he last saw alive on a log in a waterhole in the Light on the preceding day; witness rode away to the Camp, and had no conversation with deceased, whose mate, Thomas Hunt, was swimming in the water at the time. Thomas Sunt examined. By the Coroner-Witness was a labourer, and lived near the Camp ; deceased came down from the Camp with witness about 4 o'clock on the afternoon of the preceding day ; when they got down to the banks of the Light witness stripped, and went into the water, deceased going down to the shallow part and walking in ; he then swam to a log t...
AUBURN. Wednesday, March 11. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 13 March 1868
AUBURN. (Trom a Correspondent.] "Wednesday, March. 11. Auburn lias been the scene of a great amount of amusement to-day. There has been a groat number of people assembled on the race-course^ all day; and the second concert given here by Signor Abecco and party, was held in the Town Hall in the evening, and was well attended." The races were won by the following horses : Maidens, Happy Jack; Stanley Handicap, Darkie; Hack Race, Mr. Grray's Frank (six started) j Hurry Skurry, Lowe's Little NelL Mr. J. Williams, of Barossa, lectured here this evening to a good audience, in the-Bible Christian Chapel, when all seemed highly pleased with the lecture, which was illustrated throughout with Dr. Sewell's Diagrams. Large quantities of wheat are still being sent to Port Wakefield, and higher prices are antici pated by the farmers for good samples,.
SADDLEWORTH. March 12, 1868. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 13 March 1868
SADDLEWORTH. [From our own Correspondent] March 12, 1868. If black eyes, bloody noses, and sprained limbs be signs of lively times, then we may say that our township has presented a rather lively ap pearance this last month or two. With regard to other things it appears to be very dull for this time of the year. The Election Committee is actively engaged in its efforts to secure a candidate to represent this District in the ensuing Parliament, but as yet without success. Several gentlemen have been ?written to 011 the subject, but have declined the honour. It appears that we shall be left in the lurch after all; and be compelled to submit to tlie sending in of members, vrlio will take no notice of the interests of this part of the District. John Gr. Daly, Esq., lias a request sent to him to come forward; and if he also declines, I think we may as well give it up as a bad bargain, and save pens, paper, ink, and stamps, all go for nothing.