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ADELAIDE CORN MARKET. Adelaide, March 26, 1868. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 27 March 1868
ADELAIDE CORN MARKET. Adelaide, March 26, 1868. The Wheat market has been very quiet this week, arid hardly any transactions for shipments have taken place, most orders having been with drawn on account of the extreme rates riding here. Our quotation is therefore quite nominal to-day Flour is about the same as last, but there is not much doing. Braif and Pollard are scarce and very firm. There is a good demand for Cape Oats, and best samples of Feed Oats. Veiy little is doing in Barley. Our quotations to-day are Wheat, best samples, 8/ to 9/ per bushel; ditto, inferior, from 3/6 upwards; Flour, £22 to £23 per ton; Bran, 1/3 per bushel; Pollard, 1/6 to 1/8; Cape Barley, 2/6 to 3/; English ditto, 3/6 to 4/6 ; Cape . Oats, 3/6 to 4/; English ditto, 4/6;to5/. A. F. CHRISTEN & CO.
CORONER'S INQUEST. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 27 March 1868
CORONER'S INQUEST. An inquest was held at the late residence of William Arnold, near Greenock Creek, on Sunday morning last before Dr. Tallin, J.P., and a jury of twelve (of whom. Mr. Gepp was elected Fore man) on the body of William Arnold, who died on the previous Friday night from injuries received in the former part of that day. After viewing the body, the following evidence was taken: William Peirbs examined. By the Coroner-About 4 o'clock on Friday evening, 20th March instant, witness and deceased were going to put the horses in the stable, with the intention of putting the young horse in the waggon, and two of the horses which they did not require also came to the slip-pannel; de- ceased took up the slip-pannel rail to try and prevent them coming in, but one of the horses rushed in and struck the pannel against the de- ceased; the moment be was struck deceased fell &nbsp; backwards on to the ground; he was insensible,: "and witness and deceased's wife picked him up an...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 3 April 1868
Hollo may 9 Oin'ment and Pilli. Preventives of weakness.-Whenever circum stances produce impure blood, or lessen the force of the circulation, stagnation takes place in the lungs, and consumption or other formidaLla symptions discover themselves. Let Holloway'a remedies be tried on the first feelings of debility, [ or on the first annoyance' from a dry, hacking cough. The Ointment should be well rubbed, twice a day, upon the chest, and between the shoulders, and the Pills should be taken in alternative doses, to purify the blood and eleanse the system, without weakening it, by rousing or aggravating existing nervous irritation. These observations carry additional weight in summer, when decline and general weakness from heat and other causes are more apt to prevail.-JLdvt. JL W ABITIU&lt;*. DO you suffer from physical incapacity 1 Are you sufferh g from nervous debility? Have you been the guilty vie *tim of any secret vice! Do you suffer from a set of s ymptoms. nearly akin m...
The Kapunda Herald. FRIDAY, APRIL 3, 1868. THE NORTHERN TERRITORY. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 3 April 1868
liapuntia perafti. FRIDAY, APRIL 3, 1868. THE NORTHERN TERRITORY. | The people of South Australia are at I length awaking to the sense of the neces sity of some decision being arrived at with respect to the vexed question of how the Northern Territory difficulty is to be disr posed of; and, as is usual in all circum stances, it is found to be considerably more convenient to censure the various Ministries for their sins of omission and commission in respect thereto than to point out any satisfactory way of getting' out of the unfortunate position in which we are now placed-unfortunate both as regards the illrsuccess which has attended our efforts for settling a new colony, and stijl more unfortunate as likely to damage considerably the reputation of the colonies in the home money market unless a speedy $nd satisfactory method of settlement be adopted. There is no doubt but the colony made a great mistake in seeking for the addition of such a vast and distant territory to its already ...
THE QUEEN'S NEW BOOK. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 3 April 1868
THE QUKEJN'S NEW BOOK. The following are further extracts from " Leaves from tlie Journal of our Life in the Highlands from 1848 to 1861," the Queen's new book: VISIT TO STAFFA AND FEKT&AL'S CAVE. "At three we entered close before Staffa, and : immediately got into the barge with Charles, the children, and the rest of our people, and rowed towards the cave. As we rounded the point the wonderful basaltic formation came in eight. The appearance it presents is most extraordinary; and when we turned the corner to go into the" re nowned Fingal's Cave, the effect was splendid, lite a great entrance into a vaulted hall; it looked almost awful as we entered, and the barge heaved up and down on the swell of the sea. It, is very high, but not longer. than 227 feet, and narrower than I expected, being only 40 -feet wide. The sea is immensely deep in the cave. The rocks under water were all colours-pink, blue, and green-which had a most beautiful and varied effect. It was the first time...
THE APPROACHING ELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 3 April 1868
THIS APPROACHING ELECTIONS. "The writs for the forthcoming election ofnjembers fop the House of Assambly were issued on Fridaylast. The election* are to take place in three batches, the elecr tion for Flinders taking1 place i n dep endea tly of other districts. As was anticipated, the Discriot of Light forms one of the last batch, a fact which may be accounted for in two ways-firstly, that as there is no Ministeral candidate for Parliamentary honours in connection with this district it is unnecessary to make pro* ? vision for a renewed opportunity in case of failure; and, secondly, as it is pretty well known that the present Ministry would feel much easier if future Parliamentary deliberations were Hart-less, they have not thought it at all desirable to allow our senior candidate another chance of being returned should fortune not smile on bis efforts here. However, we have no doubt but that the gallant Captain will be suc cessful in hii present venture, if his Com? mittee as a whol...
RIVERTON. March, 26, 1868. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 3 April 1868
K1VEKT0N, [From our own Correspondent.] March, 26,1868. -Last week being rather a rowdy one-as there were three or four meetings during it-this one seems dull in comparison. There is very little doing at present here, though we have bad more wheat in than usual this week. Mr. Bond, of Taylor's Gap, has commenced wort at his contract, about a mile and a half from here, northwards. X believe he intends paying his men here, which will cause some little stir if nothing else, It is rumoured here that Mr- Lyon, of Mount Gambier, has resigned his office of S.M., and we are left quite in the dark as to who we shall have next Court day, or whether we shall all be made April fools of, the 1st of April being the day for holding the Court here. For want of an S.M., we had four prisoners here last week from Rhynie, i three of whom were fined 5/ for being drunk and riotous, and the other committed to the Full Court. We had a delightful change in the weather last night, and this morning it is beau...
CORRESPONDENCE. THE KAPUNDA CEMETERY. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 3 April 1868
CORRESPONDENCE. THE KAPUKDA CEMETERY. TO THE EDITOR. Sir-Would you please allow a small space for the following in your next. Having attended a funeral yesterday in the Kapunda Cemetery, I was much pleased to find it now looked something like a Christian burial place; which is, J believe, owing in a great measure to the interest you took in it, and your able articles on the subject. May I suggest a further improvement, which, if you approve of, I hope you will bring before the notice of your readers on 9. future occasion. The improvement I allude to is the erection of a mortuary chapel, which in a climate like this is at times an absolute necessity, as,it is not always safe or pleasant either for the minister or the people to stand during the funeral service with their heads uncovered and exposed to the burn ing rays of a summer's sun. As to the cost of the building, I am sure it could be easily raised among the several Protestant denominations in the Town and District of Kapunda, e...
CLARE. Wednesday, March 25. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 3 April 1868
CLARE. ["From our own Correspondent.! Wednesday, March 25, I The weather is delightful just now; although some say we want rain, and others again that we do not. The 17th instant passed off very well on the whole. The Show, considering it as only the second gathering, was decidedly a success; and by nest season we may hope to be fully established. The Auburn and Clare Cricket Clubs intend again 'handling the willow on the ground of the latter, on a day to be named (I 6hoidd say within the next fortnight). This is to decide 9® to who are the best men. Qui* Boman Catholic friends have bad a veiy successful bazaar at Sevenhill. They opened it cm St. Patrick's Day and kept it open for the remainder of the week, and there were a number .of good, useful articles disposed of. The Wesleyan Mission House is now nearly completed, and is quite an ornament to that part of our township. The (election this year will, I think, pass off very quietly here; Messrs/Kingston and Bright ' as yet being t...
KAPUNDA DISTRICT COUNCIL. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 3 April 1868
KAPUNDA DISTRICT COUNCIL. TO THE EDITOR.. Sir-Cannot you attend the meetings of the District Council and report tliem as you do the Corporation P Having to attend our District Council on Saturday last, along with others, I thought how much more careful they would be of their language had you sent a reporter to re port their proceedings-one Councillor would scarcely have asked another out to fight. A RATEPAYER. |_W e are not awar-e of the facts to which our correspondent alludes, but think that if self respect does not lead to the business of the Council being properly conducted the presence of a reporter would fail to do so. It is impracticable for us to attend the Council meetings. If we attended those of one Council, we should have to do so with respect to the other Counoils in the District.-ED,]
DISTRICT COUNCILS. STOCKPORT. TUESDAY, MARCH 17. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 3 April 1868
PJSTKIGT COUNCILS. STOCKPORT, Tuesday, MARCH 17. Present-The Chairman, and Councillors O'Dea, Young, and Lawrie. Tenders to be invited for clearing the wells at Humprey's Springs, and completing the grubbing of stumps at Flagstaff. District Constable Pierson banded to tbe Council the wearing apparel, &c., of the deceased Sheehan. ? Clerk to write to Destitute Board, asking the' price paid for coffins. A deputation of Odd Fellows waited upon the Council, to ask for tlie use of the schoolroom for lodge meeting, granted, subject to the approval of the schoolmaster. Payments, £3 19/; reoeipts, 5/5,
RHYNIE. March 25, 1868. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 3 April 1868
KHYNIE. fFrorn our own Correspondent.! March. 25, 1868,. I Since my last Messrs. Kingston and. Bright have paid us a visit, and addressed a public meeting at Mr. Kewson's HoteL A motion in favour of Mr. Kingston as a fit and proper person to. represent the district-in-the-next Parliament was carried unanimously, but tlie motion in favour of Mr. Bright was rejected by two votes. Mr. P. McNamara, J.P., presided. There were about thirty-five persons present, and the meeting was veiy orderly throughout. [ On St. Patrick's.Day the usual Itaces took place. There were a great njijnber of spectators present, and everything passed off veiy quietly. Messrs. Moms & Milsom are going on very rapidly with their contract on the road at this place, it seems to be carried out in a most work manlike manner, and will when finished prove a great boon to travellers. The quarterly meeting in connection with the Wesleyan Church (Auburn Circuit) took place last Tuesday at Macaw Creek ChapeL The Cir...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 3 April 1868
VALUABLE BUILDING SITES. THREE-ACRE BLOCK, BALD HILL, TTAPITND A. £Y ORDER OP THE TRUSTEES ESFINSOL VENT ESTATES. -3 AT CEASE'S ROOM, KAPUNDA. On SATURDAY, APRIL 4. AT HALF-PAST ONE O'CLOCK SHARP. JOHN SMALlL will sell by auction, as above Part ALLOTMENT 42, Section 1469, on j ths top of the Bald Hill; Three Acres; Fenced; with Stone COTTAGE and | Garden. iSD TTVE ALLOTMENTS fronting the Buna 1 Road-Nos. 9, 10, 12, 13, and 14 of I Block No. 62. WITHOUT ANY RESERVE. SUPERIOR HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. ON SATURDAY, APRIL 4. AT TWO O'CLOCK ATCRASE'S ASSEMBLY BOOM, KAPUNDA JOHN SMALL is instructed by the Rev. Wr A. CLAXTOJ^ to sell by auction, as above IN CONSEQUENCE OF HIS LEAVING THE COLONY, All his GENERAL HOUSEHOLD FUR NITURE, BOOKS, and EFFECTS, The above are all Good, and nearly Npw. r Removed to Crase's for convenience of Sale. FARM STOCK. UNDER A BELL OF SALE. NO RESERVE. AT MA RRABEL. On TUESDAY NEXT, APRIL 7r AT ONE O'CLOCK. TOHN SMALL will sell by auction, as above, by order of R. ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 3 April 1868
m O ADTBET IS EES in the A KAPUNDA HERALD.-The following is the SCALE of DISCOUNT on Advertisements in the KAPUNDA HERALD, when prepaid: 4 and 5 } ^ the Shilling, or 12£ per cent, insertions... J 6/7; and 8 ) 3^ in the Shilling, or 2S.per cent, insertions... ) 9,10, Mid 11 ^ gi^L in the Shilling, or 29i per cent, insertions... J ? Insertion \ 44. ia the Shilling,or 33i percent, during qrtr.) The ' Scale of Charges is as followB: Two lines ... One Shilling. Three lines ... One Shilling and Sixpence. Four lines ... Two Shillings. five lines v.. Two'Shillings and Sixpence, Six jHngg Two Shillings and Sixpence. Each line more Four-pence. Figure, or Table-wort Advertisements,-charged at Sixpence per line throughout. All orders should be legibly written on theface or back of advertisements"; and, where no order is given, -advertisements will he continued until ? .countermanded, or out -of date. Orders for the discontinuance of advertisements cannot be sat-i tended to after Wednesday eveni...
ADELAIDE CORN MARKET. Adelaide, April 2, 1868. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 3 April 1868
ADELAIDE CORN MARKET. Adelaide. April 2.1868. | The Wheat and Flour market has been very quiet during the week, and prices are hardly so firm. Buyers are holding back in consequence of the languid state of the market in the other colonies, whilst at the same time holders will not submit to any reduction in price; and, therefore, very little business is being done. Our quotations to-day are quite nominal, viz. "Wheat, best samples, 8/6 to 9/ per bushel; Flour, £21 10/ to £23 per ton ; Bran, 1/3 per bushel; Pollard, 1/6 to 1/8; Gape Barley, 2/6 to 31; English ditto, 4/ to 5/; Cape Oats, 3/3 to 4/; English ditto, 4 to 5/.
KAPUNDA MARKET PRICES. "Kapunda Herald" Office, Friday, April 2, 1868. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 3 April 1868
KAPUNDA MABKET PRICES. "Kapunda Herald" Office, Friday, April 2, 1868 Wiieat, new 8/1 to 8/3 per. bushel Flour, per ton, £22 Ditto, per bag, 48/ Ditto, per ft, 3d Bread, per 21b loaf, 6d Brail, per bushel, 1/3 Pollard, ditto, 1/5 Hay, per ton, best, 40/ Beef, per lb, 3d to 4d Mutton, ditto, 2d and 3d Pork, ditto, 5d to 6d Steaks and Chops, ditto, 4d Hams, (Eng.) ditto, 1/6; colonial bacon, 9d Butter, (Fresh) per lb, lid to 1/ Eggs, per dozen, 9d Potatoes, new,' Id per lb; 6/6 to 17/6 per cwt. Plums, 4d per quart Apples, 3d per pound Crrapes, lid ditto
LOCAL COURT—KAPUNDA. MONDAY, MARCH 30, [Before W. Oldham, Esq., J.P.] POLICE CASE. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 3 April 1868
LOCAL COCTRT^KAPCNDA. MONDAY, MARCH 30, pBefore W. Oldham, Esq., J.P/j POLICE CASS, Peter Flannigan was charged with drunkeness pnd disorderly behaviour, on the 28th inst, and was fined 5/, or three dajB imprisonment in default. Pbeliminaby Ikve stigation. Patrick Dwyer 'was charged on information with committing a felonous assault on Joanna QuimL, at Allen's Cr-eek, on the 25th March, Mr. Emerson appeared for the prisoner, Joanna; Quran examined. :By Corporal O'Brien-Was wife to Joseph Quinn; lived at Allen's Creek; remembered Wednesday last, the -25th inst,; saw prisoner on that day near Mrs-Kennedy's, at the corner of the road; witness, was just returning from taking her husband-his dinner; it would be about a quarter . of a mile from D wyer's own house; witness passed close to prisoner, within two yards; he-said "Did I not tell you not to mention the words I spoke this -morning to Mrs. Kennedy, that Mrs. Kennedy had stolen things of-mine in her house;" -she said. " I thought it ...
SADDLEWORTH. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 3 April 1868
SADDLE WORTH. [From omvown Correspondent] The anniversary of the Primitive Methodist Chapel was celebrated on Sunday and Tuesday last. On Sunday three excellent sermons were preached by the Rev. J. Warner, of Kapunda, to good congregations. On the following Tuesday a public tea was held, at 4 o'clock. After the eatables and drinkables were well discussed and the tables removed, a public meeting was held, presided over by Mi*. W. H. Harry, and addressed by the Bevs. J. S. Wayland, resident minister, S. Raymond, of Gawler, J. Warner, and Mr. J. Goodes. The meeting was of a lively and inte resting character. Votes of thanks to the good ladies-viz., Mesdames Siekmann, Palmer, Kelly, and Harry-for providing trays for the tea; also, to the Chairman, &c. The meeting was brought to a close by singing the doxology. The collec tions were good and the donations liberal, the total, proceeds of the anniversary being £30. We have been visited with a glorious rain during the past week. On ...
KADINA. March 31. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 3 April 1868
KADINA. [From our own Correspondent.") March 81. A meeting was held, in the Oddfellows' Hall on Tuesday evening, 24th instant, to express indig nation at the recent outrage upon H.R.H. the Duke of Edinburgh. Mr. T. H. Hall was voted to the chair, and, after explaining the object of the meeting, called upon the Rev. W. Wilson to address the meeting. The Rev. Mr. Kennedy and Messrs. Ashton and Captain East followed. On Wednesday evening last the members of the Young Men's Association gave their third annual entertainment in the Oddfellows' Hall. There was a good attendance, and an. excellent pro gramme was arranged, the musical part being kindly supplied by ladies and gentlemen from Wallaroo. y.There will be no lack of candidates for this district at the next election. Mr. Wm. Square is now in the field; the other three are Messrs. Sower, Hill, and Coglin.