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MUNICIPAL CORPORATION. MONDAY, MARCH 30. SPECIAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 3 April 1868

MUNICIPAL CORPORATION. MOOTJAY, MABCH 30. SPECIAL MEETING. Present-His Worship the Mayor, Councillors Francis, Harden, Nicholson, and Rowe ; and the Town Clerk. Apologies were read and allowed from Coun cillors Bruce and Mellor-the former on account of absence from Kapunda, the latter from illness. Councillors Fay and Nock were fined for non attendance. This was a special meeting to consider Mr. Smedley's letter respecting the land in Railway road. ' The following letter was then read : " Glen Osmond, March 27,1868. " Dear Sir-Referring to your letter of the 23rd inst., and the conversation on the subject to which it relates at Kapunda on the 26th inst., in com pliance with His Worship the Mayor's request I beg respectfully to write you thereupon. As you are aware, I willingly consented, at your sugges tion, to come up, and if possible to settle the matter on the ground ; and I may state to you the proposition which I had considered in the railway carriage, and had intended to make ...

Publication Title: Kapunda Herald And Northern Intelligencer
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CITY CORRESPONDENCE. Adelaide, April 2, 1868. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 3 April 1868

CITY CORRESPONDENCE. [From our own Correspondent.] Adelaide, April 2, 1868. ! The JNew South Welshmen are better up to dealing with Fenians than -with bushrangers. Little more than a fortnight since O'Farrell per petrated his dastardly crime, and the hangman's noose is already hanging over his head. It has been a very straightforward case from the moment of arrest down to the passing of sentence. There was evidence enough, to convict a thousand mis creants like him, and the defence was obviously paltry. He appears to have had no faith in it, nor to have expected anything from it himself. Anything he did say tended to establish his guilt rather than to shake the evidence of his accusers. So far as he is personally concerned, it was a de liberately designed sacrifice of the Prince and of himself on the bloody altar of Fenianism. He avowed himself a Fenian while the pistol was still in his hand. He confessed to the police that he was a Fenian, and he even paraded the fact in Court. The...

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CLARE. MONDAY, MARCH 30. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 3 April 1868

CLABE. MONDAY, MABCH 30. Present-Councillors Chapman and Priest. Mr. Haynes to have liberty to take stone from road between Sections 85 and 73 ; Clerk to see tliat the road is left in good passable order. The fol lowing slaughtering licenses granted:-Samuel Robinson, Thos, Smith, Jas. Inglis, E. Beckmann, John Carter, Thomas Gibson, and R. J, Harmer. Clerk to advertise new assessment.

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TUESDAY, MARCH 31. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 3 April 1868

TUESDAY, MABCH 31 Present-The Chairman, and all the Councillors. The Chairman read letters from Commissioner of Crown Lands and Destitute Board, also the resignation of poundkeeper. An application was received from District Constable Pierson, for £3 41, for alleged services-not entertained. Certificate received from Chairman of District Council of Light, that the Ford over the Light was completed satisfactorily. M'Ardle's tender, Ho. 29, tor £3 19/6 was accepted. Payments, £6 16/6; receipts, nil.

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SKILLOGOLEE CREEK. April 1, 1868. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 3 April 1868

SKLLLUGOLEE CHEEK. rFroxn our own Correspondent.! April 1, 1868. The anniversary of the Bible Christian Sabbath School in tliis place was celebrated ou Sunday and Monday last, 29th and 30fch ulfcs. On Sunday two sermons were preached to large and attentive congregations; that in the afternoon by the Xev. J. Sock, of Auburn, and in the evening by Mr. James Blafcchford, of Wafcervale. On Monday (yesterday), the usual customary tea meeting took place, followed shortly after by a public meeting, presided over by Mr. William Smith, Superin tendent of the Sabbath School. Itecitations by the children, and an anthem by the choir, materially added to the harmony of the evening. ( Excellent speeches were delivered by Revs. J", : J&ock, from Auburn, &. Lang, from Watervale, find Mr. Thomas Beck. Votes of thanks to the bachelors for providing the trays, and the ladies for their assistance in getting them up, also to the choir and chairman, followed by the doxology and benedictio...

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KAPUNDA, SATURDAY, MARCH 28. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 3 April 1868

KAPUNDA, SATUBDAY, MARCH 28, Present-The Chairman and all the Councillors. Work near Railway Statiou reported as finished, and passed for payment. Clerk to eall for addi tional vpork at same place. Four tenders received for work at Badge's, ranging from £9 5/ to £20 ; Pat Ward's tender, for £9 5/, accepted. Four tenders received for grubbing stumps near Bagot's Well, ranging from 2/2| to 3/6; Pat Ward's tender, for 2/2J, accepted. Tenders to be called for six chains of road making near Sir. J. Saunders', Waterloo Plains. Clerk instructed to write to Mr. Oldham about Cemetery. Three tenders received for building a bridge at the Salt Water Reserve, at Allen's Creek, ranging from £217 19/9 to £250. Mr. Councillor White moved that none be accepted, but after a long debate it was resolved to accept Mr. Rodgers' tender for £217 19/9. Four tenders received for improving approaches to crossing over Allen's Creek near Mr. James White's, ranging from ; £31 10/ to £35 ; J. Conolau's tender, fo...

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AUBURN. Wednesday, March 25, 1868. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 3 April 1868

AUBURN. [From a Correspondent.] Wednesday, March 25, 1868. The usual monthly meeting of the Auburn Mutual Improvement Society was held in the Town Hall on Thursday, the 19th instant. The President, Mr. J. H. Adamson, occupied the chair. The recitations were given in a manner that showed an improvement in several of the members. The address to the Queen is being signed by everybody here. I believe the Committee of the Institute have secured the services of the Rev. J. Maughan to lecture here on behalf of the Institute in the early part of next month. A melancholy accident happened near here on Monday last, by which a girl named Bates, daughter of Mr. Bates, mason, lost her life. It appears that while riding after cattle a vicious dog ran at the horse on which she was riding, causing it to bolt, when Miss Bates was thrown off, and her foot catching in the stirrup, she was dragged along the ground, and in this position was found, dead, and very much mutilated about the head. She was a ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 10 April 1868

JHoUomay's OintThent afid -Pilfs. - Never neglect a Cola.-It is painfttl to hear of the many fatal caaes which commenced with the ordinary symptoms of a common cold. Hollo way's Ointment, rubbed upon the back and chest, prevents all disastrous consequences; it soothes the inflamed lining of both throat and chest. After rubbing in the ointment for a few days, the pectoral irritation and the tightness of breathing diminish, the cough becomes loBer and less frequent, and the plegm is expectorated with less difficulty, till the lungs become free and respiration natural. All subject to take cold from Blight exposure to varying temperatures, will find Holloway's Soothing Ointment and Purifying Pills an effective safeguard against pleurisy, bronchitis, asthma, and consumption.-Advt. A WAUWliSG. DO you suffer from physical incapacity 1 Are you sufferh g from nervous debility? Have yon been the guilty vie 'tim of any secret vice? Do yon Buffer from a set of s ymptoms nearly akin more or lesB...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 10 April 1868

BIRTH. TYBIE.-On tlie 28th. March, at Kapnnda, Mrs. Wia Tyrie, of a son. DEATH. ELLIOTT.-On Friday morning, April 3, Herbert Ernest, the beloved and youngest son of Mr. Joseph. Elliott, Kent Town, Adelaide, aged thirteen months.

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ELECTION MEETING AT GREENOCK. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 10 April 1868

ELECTION MEETING AT GREENOCK. A meeting was held on Tuesday evening last, in the large room at the Greenock Anns, to hear Captain Hart explain his views. There -was a very good attendance, and the chair was taken by Sir. MSncke, who stated that a deputation from Kapunda had waited on Captain Hart, asking him to stand for the district, to which he consented, and now appeared before them, to explain his views on the leading questions of the day. Captain Hart said it gave him great pleasure to be with them on that occasion, and he should have had still greater pleasure to have been present on the evening of the previous meeting but the feet was that he got no notice imtil the afternoon of the day when the meeting was to be held, and then it was impossible for him to attend. He regretted that the more because he had had so large and influential a requisition from the resi- ; ? dents of Grreenock, which was presented to him by a deputation, of whom the Chairman was one. .And it was these...

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The Kapunda Herald. FRIDAY, APRIL 10, 1868. THE ELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 10 April 1868

%Xyz luipuntia Heralti. FRIDAY, APRIL 10, 1868. THE ELECTIONS. Monday last was a great day for the Ministerialists and electors, inasmuch as three out of the four members of the Ministry in the Lower House were that day to receive a verdict of approval or non-approval at the hands of their con stituents 5 a verdict which, to say the least, was by no means easy to foretell, for the Ministerial opponents, though strongly in favour of protection to native industry as a general rule, were by no means pre pared to extend that protection to Minis ters-least of all to Mr. Thomas Reynolds. In East Adelaide, Protectionists did all they could to oust the Treasurer and place their candidate at the head of the poll. Their exertions were so strenuous that even Mr. Reynold's warmest supporters felt that victory to be achieved must be manfully striven for, and they gallantly accepted the challenge, inspirited with the greater ardour because of the bold front their leader wore. Indeed opposition, w...

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ELECTION MEETING AT MARRABEL. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 10 April 1868

ELECTION MEETING AT MARRABEL. In accordance with a notification that Captain Hart would meet tlie electors of that portion of the district on Thursday evening, the 2nd inst., at Fuller's Hotel, there was a very good gathering to hear Captain Hart's expression of opinion on matters political. Mr. Lewis, another candidate, was also present. Mr. Polkinhorne was voted to the chair, who opened the proceedings by stating the object of tlie meeting-namely, to hear Capt. Hart's and Mr. Lewis's views, and to put ques tions to them, Tivliieli he hoped would be answered in a straightforward manner, such as to lead to the impression amongst those present that the two gentlemen present were the two who should be returned. Captain Hart then stated his views as elsewhere to the electors, explaining the identity of his in terest with that of the agriculturists, and his per manent interest in the prosperity of the colony, of which he had been one of the pioneers, and in which he had been a dweller f...

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CITY CORRESPONDENCE. Adelaide, April 7, 1868. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 10 April 1868

CITY CORRESPONDENCE. JTrom our own Correspondent.! Adelaide, April 7, 1868. A- dozen or more candidates are out of suspense, and two dozen others are chewing the cud of dis appointment. In the city, election business has been very keen, and the results have opened the ejes of certain citizens who thought we were going to Jericho by express without return tickets. On Monday morning the Treasurer was a doomed man; Cottrell was the pet of East Adelaide, and Boucaut was neither fish, flesh, nor fowL It was uncertain, even among his own friends, whether he had retired or was going to the poll. At 8 o'clock p.m. what a change came over the spirit of the Protectionist dreams. In the hands of the scrutineers Reynolds mounted up and up until Cottrell was left out of sight. The " veteran candidate," as his hillsticker christened, who was to be nowhere, had for the fifth time got to the head of the poll. The only contest was between the two Protectionist nominees, and until the very end it was...

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MISCELLANEA. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 10 April 1868

MISCELLANEA. MANUFACTURE OF FIDDLE AND HABP STRINGS IN ITALY.-The manufacture of strings for musical instruments has been carried on from time immemorial in some of the small villages in the Abruzzi, and at the presenttime the Neapolitan provinces maintain their superiority in the production of this article. They require the greatest care and dexterity on the part of the workmen. The treble strings are particu larly difficult to make, and are made at Naples, probably because the .Neapolitan sheep, from their small size and leanness, aftord the best raw material. They are made from the small intestines, which must be very carefully scraped; the intestii.es are then steep din alkaline leys, clarified with a little alum lor four or five days, until the guts are well bleached and swollen. Tbey are next drawn through an open brass thimble, and pressed against I it with the nail, in order to smooth and 1 equal their surface; after which they are wished, spun or twisted, and sulphured duri...

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MUNICIPAL CORPORATION. MONDAY, APRIL 6. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 10 April 1868

MUNICIPAL CORPORATION. MONDAY, APEIL 6. Present - Councillors Firy, Eranois, Mellor, Nock, and Howe; and the Town Clerk. In the absence of His Worship the Mayor Councillor JSTock was voted to the chair. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. Attention was here called to the absence of His Worship the Major, and of Councillors Nichol son and Bruce; the two former were excused on the ground of absence from Kapunda, and the last-mentioned on account of illness. _ ? Councillor Nock appealed agaiust the fine in flicted. on bim for being late at the special meeting --|the tin"* for which was fixed at an unusually earlyhour, -without the convenience of the Coun cillors being consulted. The fine was rescinded- - COBBESPOHDEKCB. Bead, a letter from Mr. Palmer, in re the creek land reserve, accompanying complete con veyance of that land as approved by the Council and prepared on their responsibility, stating that it had been duly registered, but suggesting that it should...

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THE ECONOMIC VALUE OF THE EIGHTH COMMANDMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 10 April 1868

THE ECONOMIC VALUE OF THE EIGHTH COMMAKDMENT. The very dislike of theft, unless com mitted by violence, seems to have died out ol the natural mind City editors denounce search into robberies as a " vindictive proceeding-," and advise compromise as the only mode by whirh anything can be saved. Transactions which are thefts of the most unblushing kin : bring1 to their perpetrators no rebuke, to the sufferers no sympathy. If a man stands on London Bridge selling brass rings lor gold, the police ultimately, and as an extreme measurp, make him walk on; but if he robs a thousand widows successfully, by a prospectus deliberately framed to deceive, he goes at once into Parliament. That, we shall be told, h;.*s always heen so; but the new evil is, that we are becoming conscious of such things, and still permit them and waste half our national energy in endeavours not to put them down, but to prevent their occurring' on too broad a scale. Every organization we contrive is cumbrous to decrepit...

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LOCAL COURT-KAPUNDA. MONDAY, APRIL 6. [Before W. Oldham, Esq., JP., and Dr. Tallis, J.P.] DEFENDED CAUSES. O'NEIL V. JENKINS. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 10 April 1868

LOCAL COURT-K1PUNDA. MOITDAT, APBUI 6. [Before W. Oldham, Esq., JJP.J and Dr. Tallis, J.P.J DEFENDED CAUSES. O'NEHI V. JESXINS. Claim, for £9 18/4. Mr. Brady for plaintiff j Mr. Palmer for de fendant. ? Mr. John Craig examined. By Mr. Brady-Lived near Arilaby; knew the defendant in this case; measured the stubble of the wheat reaped by O'Neil for defendant; the document produced contained the measurements; it was thirty-one acres, one rood, four perches, and one acre was deducted by Jenkins' consent. (^Defendant admitted that measurement.^ By Mr. Palmer-Both parties were present at the measurement; also measured O'Neil's land which had been reaped; it measured thirty acres, one rood, twenty-one perches-seventeen rods more than the other. Mr. John O'Neil examined. By Mr. Brady-Was the plaintiff; in the latter part of November last Jenkins said he had been disappointed by Short, who was to have reaped his wheat, and asked witness to reap it; said he could not do it until he had reaped...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 10 April 1868

{STORE CATTLE, AT FULLEB'S YARDS, MABRABEL, ON THURSDAY, APRIL 16.. AT OWE O'CLOCK. JENKIN COLES is favoured with instructions from D. McLean, Esq., to sell Jjt auction, as above 60 Head first-elasB STORE CATTLE. The above are principally fine young steers, jmd in really good condition. Terms-Approved Bills at Six Weeks. TJIOR SALE, a FIRST-CLASS FQUR Jj WHEELED BUGGY, Double-Seated, ®ith Hood, Apron, &c" complete. Nearly as good as new. ask ADAMS ON BROS., Kapunda. O FARMERS- AND OTHERS. FOR SALE I. SECTIONS Nos. 110 and 111, containing together 213 Acres (or thereabouts), in tlie Hun dred of KAPUNDA, held under agreement for a tgrm of years, and situate in a most salubrious locality, with fertile soil, about three miles west of Kapunda, substantially fenced, with good Stone House, three capacious Water Tanks, and other valuable improvements. One hundred and eighty acres thereof are under cultivation. £. All those Valuable SECTIONS, containing 485 Acres (or thereabouts), nu...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 10 April 1868

TO ADVERTISERS in tlie KAPHNDA HERALD.-The following iB Hie SCALE of DISCOUNTS on Advertisements in the KAPHNBA HERALD, when prepaid: iieSons5 . } lid- ^the Shilling,or 12*percent «£££* 8 } 3d. in the Shilling, or 25 per cent. | 3^d. iu the Shilling,or 29^ per -cent, j duri^qrfr ^ ^ Shilling, or 33& per cent. I Thft Scale of Charges is as follows; Two lines ... One Shilling. Three lines ... One Shilling-and Sixpence. FourTines ... Two Shillings. live ... Two Shillings and Sixpence. Six lines... ... Two Shillings and Sixpence. Each line more Four-pence. Eigure, or Table-work Advertisements, charged at Sixpence per line throughout. . All orders should be legibly written on the face or back of advertisements; ;and, where no order ft given, advertisements "will he continued orntil countermanded, or out of date. Orders for the discontinuance of advertisements cannot he at tended to after Wednesday evenings. All snch orders must be in writing, otherwise the proprie tors cannot be ...

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ADELAIDE CORN MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 10 April 1868

ADELAIDE CORN MARKET. From some unexplained cause, our "weekly market report did not arrived this morning.

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