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GAWLER. [From our own Correspondent.] October 7, 1878. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 8 October 1878

GrAWLER. pJVom our own Correspondent.] October 7, 1878. Tilings have besn vory quiet hero this -week. The rain is still keeping off, though wo want it badly. Several farmers are starting cutting for liay to-day. The late crojis are suffering considerably, and unless we have rain soon they will be a failure. The Rev. Charles Clark's lecture was well attended, the interruption during the lecture has been painted rather too high in the papers. The correct account appears in the Standard. Although the gentleman who caused the interruption is well known, he might have been more leniently treated. Our cricketers played the Angle Vale and defeated them j the scores on both sides were small.

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OUR CITY LETTER. [From our own Correspondent.] Adelaide, October 5, 1878. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 8 October 1878

OUR CITY LETTER. {Tram our own Correspondent.] Adelaide, October 5, 1878. The great topic of discussion is as to who will be appointed Sixth Minister in place of Mr. Eees. Several names have been men tioned, but at present the decision of the Cabinet is not yet known. A few of the rumours which have obtained currency on the question may not be uninteresting. Mr. E. T. Smith was said to be certain of the appoint ment, but on speaking to that gentleman I ascertained he had stated in the presence of a member of the Ministry that he would not under any circumstances take it if it were offered him. Then it was said that if Mr. Smith had taken it he would have been howled out of the House by the supporters of Isocb's Act. The name of Mr. W. Q,um, of the Port, was afterwards confidently mentioned as the new Minister-elect, as being a common sense, practical man, who would look after the school houses throughout the colony, and see that they were properly built. Mr. Quin is also a man of re...

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LOCAL TELEGRAM. [From our own Correspondent.] Adelaide, October 7, 3.30 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 8 October 1878

LOCAL TELEG-RAM. [Trom our own Correspondent.] Adelaide, October 7, 3.30 p.m. Messrs. Eichard Allen, jun., and W. A. E. West-ErsMiie were nominated to-day for the District of Encounter Bay. A severe gale on Sunday destroyed a large store at Qallett. A fisherman named John Lilly is supposed to have been drowned in the Murray. He left Mannum on 'Thursday. His boat has been found, but not the man.

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TRURO. [From our own Correspondent.] October 4, 1878. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 8 October 1878

TRURO. [From our own Correspondent.] October 4. 1878. Our usual Local Court was lield on Wednesday last, before Mr. J. Varley, S.M., and Messrs. P. Murray and T. Scott, J.P.'s. There were only four cases, and but two of any importance. In these the defendants were charged with supplying the natives with, rum at the Overland Corner Hotel. The fine in the first case was £10 and costs, and in the other £2 and costs. The workmen are now getting on rapidly with the new building intended for the tele graph and post offices, which when completed will very much improve the appearance of that side of the street. The building is being erected close by the side of the Institute Hall. The new schoolroom and teacher's residence is now completed, and we expect it to be opened in a few days. It. is a very good building, but it is to be regretted that it is not much larger, as the present number of children will completely fill it. Nothing is being done at the Wheal Barton Mine. The engine is still...

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EUDUNDA. [From our own Correspondent.] October 5, 1878. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 8 October 1878

EFDUIfDA. our own Correspondent/] October 5,1878. Since my last, there lias been absolutely nothing to chronicle, save the fact of the line being completed, the first goods train passing through to the Bend, and sundry other mat ters in connection, with the line of railway, all of which has been reported in yonr columns before now. Therefore it is unneces sary for me to go into these matters again. Whilst speating of the railway, I might men tion that the general impression with regard to the goods shed now being erected is that it is altogether too small for the amount of goods which will pass through it. I estimate the quantity of wheat that will go from here during the coming season, if the season con tinues as favorable as heretofore, at from 40,000 to 50,000 bags, which, together with other goods, will require a large shed. We had a few nice showers last week, but the weather is now keeping very dry. This week has been quite a summer one, with hot winds and dust blowing. If we ...

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NEW SOUTH WALES. Sydney, October 3. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 8 October 1878

NEW SOUTH WALES. Sydney, October 3. Mary McGruinness and Margaret McG-uin ness, of Georgetown, were cliai'ged at tlie Police Court -with obtaining goods and pro perty from William Wliyte, of South. Austra lia, by false pretences. They were remanded to Adelaide. The barque Phaenix, of Adelaide, has arrived from New Caledonia with the loss of her main and mizentopinasts. She encountered heavy weather. Sydney, October 4. A notice of motion has been given in the Assembly to place £6,000 on the Estimates for prizes at the Exhibition, viz.:—£1,000 each for the beet horse, bull, cow, and ram, and £1,000 each for the best rifle team, and for the champion boat's crew, to be open to all the world.

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VICTORIA. Melbourne, October 3. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 8 October 1878

VICTORIA. Melbourne, October 3. I Captain Stanley, of tie Admiralty Survey, will return to England by the e.s. Garonne on the 12th instant, unless he receive tele graphic instructions to the contrary. Sir Samuel Wilson has published an addi tional volume to the Acclimatization Society's Annual Report, in which he refers to the in troduction of Californian salmon. The results have been so far satisfactory, especially in the Gippsland rivers, where salmon have been occasionally found a foot long, and of two pounds weight. It was reported this afternoon that a large and important gold-field had been discovered near the Grampian Mountains, in the Ararat district. The conditions of the new mail service were laid on the table of the Legislative Assembly this afternoon. At the request of Mr. Service the conditions will not be sent home by the outgoing mail steamer to-morrow, but by the s.s. Garonne, in order to enable the House to discuss the proposals. An acrimonious scene toot place in t...

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QUEENSLAND. Brisbane, October 4. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 8 October 1878

QUEENSLAND. Brisbane, October 4. J Some of the Colonist party liave arrived from New Guinea at Cooktovrn in the Pros pect cutter. They have given tip all idea of prospecting. The remainder of the party are at Port Moresby waiting for a vessel. It is stated that one was speared and another nearly murdered by the natives for toma hawking one of their number.

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NEW CALEDONIA. Via Sydney, October 3. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 8 October 1878

3STEW CALEDONIA. Via Sydney, October 3. I The G-unga, from New Caledonia, brings news confirming that received via New Zea land on Monday. The revolt has spread to the district of Poya, in the north-west part of the island, the chief centre of agricultural pursuits. Monsieur Boudaille, together with twenty French colonists, two married women, three children, and four servants, have been massacred. A general exodus from the dis trict has been the consequence. In their attack on the military post at Boussait the natives were repulsed with heavy loss. The original district revolt is gradually succumb ing. The Government are arming the con victs, both liberes and deportes, to fight the revolters.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 11 October 1878

MANY HAVE TRIED, All have Failed in producing an article equal to BICKFORUS COUGH ELIXIR ! FOB THE CUBE OF Coughs, Colds, mid Asthma. Sold by every Storekeeper in the Colony, and Wholesale and Retail by the Proprietors, 19, HINDLEY-STRKET, ADELAIDE. Herewith for your perusal is one of the many Testimonials we have received:— MESSRS. A M. BICKFORD & SONS, HXNDUEY-STBEET, 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 COUGH ELIXIR 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 health- So mueh do I think of this preparation that I consider it my duty to in...

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MONTHLY CALENDAR—OCTOBER. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 11 October 1878

MONTHLY CALENDAR—OCTOBER. Suit. Moon. Day of Month and Week. Bises. Sets. Rises. Sets. A.M. P.M. A.M. P.M. Tuesday 1 5 42 6 0 8 29 11 45 "Wednesday 2 6 40 6 1 9 28 A.M. Thursday 3 5 39 6 2 10 35 0 37 Friday 4 5 37 6 2 11 41 1 22 Saturday 5 5 36 6 3 P.M. 2 0 Sunday 6 5 35 6 4 1 47 2 32 Monday 7 5 33 6 4 2 45 3 1 Tuesday 8 5 32 6 5 3 41 3 27 Wednesday 9 5 30 6 6 4 35 3 52 Thursday 10 5 29 6 7 5 31 4 14 Friday 11 5 27 6 7 6 25 4 39 Saturday 12 5 26 6 8 1 22 5 4 Sunday 13 5 25 6 9 8 19 5 35 Monday 14 5 23 6 10 9 15 6 10 Tuesday 15 5 22 6 11 10 11 6 53 Wednesday 16 5 21 6 11 11 3 7 43 Thursday 17 5 20 6 12 11 49 8 42 Friday 18 5 18 6 13 A.M. 9 45 Saturday 19 5 17 6 14 0 31 10 54 Sunday 20 5 16 6 15 1 8 P.M. Monday 21 5 15 6 15 1 42 1 14 Tuesday 22 5 13 6 16 2 13 2 14 Wednesday 23 5 12 6 17 2 43 3 35 Thursday 24 5 11 6 18 3 15 4 48 Friday 25 5 10 6 19 3 44 5 59 Saturday 26 5 9 6 20 4 27 7 15 Sunday 27 5 8 6 20 5 11 8 24 Monday 28 5 7 6 21 6 7 9 29 Tuesday 29 5 6 6 22 7 12 10 27 Wednesday ...

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OUR LONDON LETTER. [From our own Correspondent.] August 30, 1878. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 11 October 1878

OUR LONDON LETTER. [From our own Correspondent.] Auaruet 30, 1878. Kusaia is again making the Kussophobists uneasy. Seeking for some outlet for the restless spirit of her war party— and Russia has a war nartv -which is much more influential than, was the war party in England, a few months ago—she has turned her attention again to Central Asia, and is pushing on there towards Met^, -which she will probably take. It is possible that her success will cause another Conservative out cry in the recess; but Lord Beaconsfield is committed against any arrest of Russian movements in that direction by a declaration made a few years ago when Mr. Baillie Coch rane, not yet a peer, appealed to his chief to cross the steppes of Asia with th British army and push Russia back from the new territory she had been acquiring. " I believe," said Mr. Disraeli, " that there is room enough in Asia for both Eussia and England." Lord Beaconsfield, it is tine, is nc. ■ always the same as Mr. Disvaeli, but he m...

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LOCAL COURT—KAPUNDA. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBEE 9, 1878. [Before Mr. J. Varley, S.M., Mr. D. Nock, and Mr. w. Flavel, justices.] FULL JURISDICION. DEFENDED CASES. POHLNER V. RYAN. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 11 October 1878

LOCAL COUBT— KAPUNDA. Wednesday, Octobee 9, 1878. [Before Mr. J. Varley, S.M., Mr. D. Nock, and Mr. w. Flavel, justices.]] fcxx. Jubisdicion. Defended Cases. Pohlner v. Byan. Claim for £28 10s. Mr. Emerson for plaintiff; Mr. Benham for defendent. Thir case was adjourned for a month at the request of the defendents consent, the defendent being up north. Pay ment of costs of plaintiffs attendance. HeGGIE V. CoSTEIiLO. Claim for £80 17s. 8d. on three dishonored acceptances. Mr. Emerson for plaintiff; Mr. Benliam for defendant. James Heggie, Auctioneer Augaston, examined by Mr. Emerson—Knew' Mr. W. Kreusler, who was a wheat-buyer at Freeling. Had advanced him large sums of money—several thousand pounds. Proceeded against him in regard to a dispute, and the matter was referred to arbitration, Mr. Emerson acting for Kreusler. The award had been made, but not taken up. Of the three acceptances produced, the first (for £212s. 8d.) was drawn by Kreusler, accepted by defendant, and endorsed t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 11 October 1878

A J O R This well-known imported DRAUGHT ENTIRE (formerly Mr. Fuller's) will Serve Mares this season as under:— Will be at Crase's Yards on August 28th, and every ninth day subsequently. During the rest of the season he will be at home. Terms, £3 each mare, payable 1st February, 1879; gi'oomage, 3s., payable at time of service. Good Paddocks for Mares, at Is. 6d. per week. Every care will be taken, but no re sponsibility incurred. ELI GAMLEN. Bagot's Gap, August 10, 1878. 58-9fc ME. GEORGE HERBERT, VETERINARY SURGEON, (TBIERARZT), Gr A W L E R. Telegrams promptly attended to. 55-80 TO MERCHANTS, STEAMBOAT PROPRIETORS, and OTHERS IN TERESTED in the NORTH-WEST BEND. We have opened a BRANCH ESTAB LISHMENT at THE BEND in connection with our Adelaide Business. Should sufficient inducement offer, we shall put up Machinery there capable of doing all work required by River Steamers. FORWOOD, DOW1VT, & CO., Engineers, Founders, Boilermakers, and Smiths, Hindley-street, Adelaide. 70-9...

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IMPOUNDING NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 11 October 1878

IMPOUNDING NOTICES. HALLETT, C- Dunemaun, Poundkeeper. —One red bullock, white on belly, cock horns, piece cut out of near ear, 110 brands visible. Will be sold October 16, at noon. GULNARE SOUTH, Thomas Murrie, Poundkeeper.— One brown draught mare, three white feet, stripe down face, no brands visible; one black drught horse, three white feet, like H over ^ near shoulder, star in I forehead, well built- Will be sold October 14, at noon. TjRD HILL, L. E. Wake, Poundkeeper.— One heavy draught grey horse, no brands visible ; one heavy draught mare, white face, white hind feet, like W off side neck; one bay draught horse, star and snip, near bind foot a little -white, N near shoulder, N off shoulder; one grey mare mare, 8 over D near shoulder; one bay mare, white hind feet, K near shoulder. Will be sold October 14, at noon. BOOYOOLIE (nearest Post-Office, Glad stone), Isaiah Hill, Poundkeeper.—One bay mare, star in foreheed, near hind foot white, branded like TM over C over G near shou...

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LISTON, SHAKES, & CO.'S MONTHLY MARKET REPORTS. KAPUNDA, Tuesday, September 24. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 11 October 1878

Liston, Shakes, & Co.'s Monthly Mabket Eepoets. We had a very successful sale, stock of all de scriptions being well represented, buyers nume rous, and biddings brisk. Sheep.—5,506 penned. All sold as follows:—156 fat wethers, at 12/1; 955 medium fat wethers, at 11/10; 8S9 wethers, at 11/8^; 1,248 store wethers, badly woolled, at 9/3; 1,140 store ewes, small, at 8/4; 318 ewes, with good per centage lambs given in, at 11/; 503 good wethers, at 11/. Cattle.—130 head yarded. Sales:—On account Messrs. A. MeCulloch & Co., 40 bullocks, at £7; for Mr. Henry Scott, 11 steers, at £71/; 4 at £7 7/; 2 cows, £11. On other accounts—13 head young cattle, at £2 ; 10 cows, at from £3 to £5. Horses, &c.—The competition was very brisk, and all good sorts sold readily at high prices. Sales—For Mrs. Wm. Gill, 7 unbroken draught eolts and fillies, 2 years old, at £24, £21 10/, £2410/, £36, £3210/, £39 51, and £29. On other accounts—15 draught mares and geldings, broken and unbrok...

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LOCAL TELEGRAM. [From our own Correspondent.] Morgan, October 10, 2.35 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 11 October 1878

LOCAL TELEGRAM. [From our own Correspondent.] Moreran, October 10, 2.35 p.m. To-day a young man named Harvey, be longing to the Surrey party, fell from off a boat into the River, and was drowned. Tfis body has not been recovered. [From our own Correspondent.] Adelaide, October 10, 3.48 p.m. Wheat market declining and inactive, 4/9 to 4/10 per bushel. European cable partially restored, but 'was again interrupted last night bj the repairing ship. Sixty-three messages were received at Port Darwin from Banjoewangie despatch steamer.

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NOTICE. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 11 October 1878

NOTICE. A New Quarter commences with I the present number. Terms of Sub scription—4s. per quarter if booked, or 3s. 6d. if paid within the first fort night from the commencement of the quarter. It is requested that imme diate notice be given at this office of the late or non-delivery of the paper. October 1, 1878.

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NEW SOUTH WALES. Sydney, October 7. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 11 October 1878

NEW SOUTH WALES. Sydney, October 7. fchbson, alias Wilson, was arrested ?t Maranoa Station, Queensland, for the murder of Police-Sergeant Wallings at Dubbo. He made a desperate resistance, and has since died of the -wounds inflicted by the police in capturing him. Sydney, October 8. . The Assembly have passed the third read ing of the Matrimonial Causes Bill, which grants a wife dissolution of marriage on the ground of her husband's adultery solely. QUEENSLAND. Brisbane, October 7 The search party under Lieutenant Connor found the missing French escapee on the south side of Percy Island in a state of great exhaustion, he having subsisted for eight days on shellfish and fresh water. Mr. Seth Paterton, Deputy Registrar General, has resigned his position, and his arrest has been ordered for a breach of trust as Treasurer of the South Brisbane Mechanics Institute. Brisbane, October 8. The first sod of the Townsville and Charters Towers Kailway will probably be turned early in November. ...

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The Kapunda Herald. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1878. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 11 October 1878

Wi)t Haptnttia f^eraUr. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1878. North Adelaide Reservoir.—We under stand that Mr. John Robb's tender -was the lowest received for the construction of this reservoir. Cbowued Out.—Owing to tlie lengthy re ports of Court [proceeding, we have to hold over our leading article. Duplicate Intercoloniai. Line.—Our old townsman Mr. b.. Knuckey has been sent out to select the best line for the erection of a direct inland telegraph line betwixt Adelaide and Border Town, in Victoria, by way of the Ninety Mile Desert. Accident.—A man named Samuel Doll man was admitted into the Kapunda Hospital on Tuesday last, suffering from severe scalp wounds, which he- received w'lilst working ab one of the cranes at the North-West Bend wharf. "The American Exporter."—By the San 3?rancisco Mail we have received a copy of a newspaper, published in New York, bear ing the above title, which sufficiently explains its objects. It is published monthly, and contains forfcy-six pages of well-printe...

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