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NORTH-WEST BEND. [From our own Correspondent.] October 12, 1878. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 15 October 1878
KOETH-WEST BEXD. pProm our own Correspondent.^ October 12,1878. The effect of opening the Kapunda and North-West Bend is beginning to show itself in other ways besides its influence on the Murray traffic ; as in the early part of the week we had 110 less than four waggon-loads of farmers here in search of land. Some were from Waterloo, whilst one waggon-load was from Victoria. I believe they came to the conclusion that the land is all that could be desired—that it is simply a question of rain. The country just now looks its very best; in many places the grass is so long that it might be mowed for hay. A very sad accident happened here on Tues day last to a man named Henry Whitcoiiibe. He was working at a crane when the jib gave way and fell on the poor fellow, whose head couiiug into violent contact with an iron Tail sustained a frightful facture, besides which his back was badly h urt, . There being no medical man at Morgan he was at once sent down to the Kapunda^ Hospital, ^ Accid...
VICTORIA. Melbourne, October 10. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 15 October 1878
VICTORIA. Melbourne, October 10. I A despatch, has been received, in which, the Imperial law officers uphold the Government interpretation of the 45th section of the Constitution. Act, and the legality of the warrant which the Ministry advised the Go vernor to sign. The Governor has not yet received informa tion as to who is to be his successor. Melbourne, October 11. The Government have decided to oppose the vote of £40,000 asked for by the members for the Goldfields as a subsidy for the Mining Companies, the present state of the finances not allowing such a drain on the Treasury.
RIVERTON. [From our own Correspondent.] October 9, 1878. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 15 October 1878
BIVERT&lt;m [From our own Correspondent.]} October 9.1878. We hare now a new Doctor amongst us, named Hayward, who seems to be in every suitable to the requirements of the district. It will be some time, however, before he can fill the place of our late Dr. Giles, whom everyone seems to have liked. On the 29th and 30th nit., the anniversary services of the Church of England Sunday School were held. The services were con ducted on the Sunday by the Incumbent (Rev. J. Houghton). On the Monday, a pic nic for the children, followed by a public tea and meeting took place. At the latter ad dresses were delivered by the Revs. J. Hough ton (Incumbent), C. H. Goldsmith (Wes leyan), J. Burns (Bible Christian), and Messrs. A. Horner, It. D. Webb, and J. W. Castme. On the 6th and 7th inst., similar services were held in connection with the Bible Chris tian Sunday-School- On the Monday evening, at the public meeting, Mrs. Shoobridge, the Post-Mistress, read various extracts from " Billy ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 15 October 1878
OF FRIDAY, OCTOBER 18. AT THE LOSTWEITHEL ESTATE, YONGALA. (Our Account of the Owkee's Illness) THE BAY AFTER YONGALA SHOW. TO FARMERS, BREEDERS, DEALERS, TEAMSTERS, AND OTHERS! T ISTON, SHAKES, & CO. ! ■ I J have received instructions from Mr. John Jonas (who is relinquishing farming pn 1 account of ill-health) to sell by public auction, as above, at one o'clock sharp— The Whole of his VERY VALUABLE FARMING and STUD STOCK, as follows 29 HORSES. 29 8 Very Superior Pedigree DRAUGHT BROOD MARES and FOALS, bred by C. B.. Fisher, Esq. . 2 Pedigree DRAUGHT ENTIRE COLTS, 1 and 2 years 9 Head ROADSTERS, including well known Trotting Mare " Gipsy," Pair Handsome Bay Mares " Laura," and "Norma" (perfect match, and very fast) ;. Black Mare " Satanella," " Tom Sayers," " Nancy Lee," and 3 YoungColts and Fillies 7 Head BLOOD STOCK, including 4Mares (full"pedigrees), 1 Colt (do.), and 2 Supeiior Hacks 3 First-class DRAUGHT HORSES. 1900 SHEEP. 1900 ■500 Splendid Lincoln Breeding Ewes, bre...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 15 October 1878
Business Directory. EAP1MDA. BREWSTEE, E., Wine, Spirit, and General Merchant, Brewster's Build ings, Main-street. Agent for Salter's and other Wines. BEN"TT AM, W. H., Solicitor, Notary I Public, &c., Main-street. Money to lend on property under the Heal Property Act, or otherwise, at lowest rate of interest. "OEUCE, JGHPf A., Auctioneer, Loan/and Genoa! Gommission Agent. Money to Lend in large or small sums. T^UMBRECK, THOMAS, Tanner _■_/ and Currier, near Morning Star. Leather of every description on hand and to onler. Bark, Hides, and Skins, &c., bought. X\UMBEECK, WILLIAM, Tanner JL/ and Currier, Burra-road, (late IMth's). Bark, HideB, &c., bought. Leather on sale or to order—first quality. EMESSON, Mr., Solicitor, Main Street, Xapanda. Money to lend on Mortgage or Deposit of Deeds. FAWCETT'S soothing POWDERS, for Children Teething. Sold in Packets at One Shilling; or by post for. Seven Stamps. Address, B>. JTaweett, Chemist, Kapunda. MJSNER, J., Pian...
NOTICE. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 15 October 1878
NOTICE. A Hew Quarter commences with the present number. Terms of Sub scription—is. 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, 1S78.
MAIL NOTICES. Post-Office, Kapunda. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 15 October 1878
MAIL NOTICES. Post-OfBce, Kanuiida. Mails close at this Office as under— For Adelaide aud intermediate places, 6. a.m., 9.45 a.m., and 3.50 p.m. For Allandale, Hamilton, Marrable, Saddle worth, and places on the liurra-road at 10 p.m. daily. Mails arrive at this office as under:— From Adelaide and intermediate places, at 10.15 a.m., 1.45 p.m., and 6.55 p.m.
BRIDGE OVER THE LIGHT. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 15 October 1878
BRIDGE OVER THE LIGHT. TO THE EDITOR. Sir—Can you ov any of your readers give any idea wlien when tenders are to be called for the erection of the bridge at McCarthy's Crossing. A few weeks since great activity was shown there in boring to ascertain whether a good foundation could be got on wliicli to commence the work, aad roek was found at a very' moderate depth. As, I understand, the plans and specifications are ready I can't makie out -what is the cause of - ail the delay. Now, Sir, is the Board really waiting until the harvest has commenced, or until auother man has been drowned to make sure of it having it done at the proper time P I am, Sir, &e., W. FLAYEL. With the exception of delinquent subscri bers, everything is about a fortnight earlier tlian usual this year.—American paper. A Paria letter says ex-Q.ueen Isabella of Spain looks like a large water melon in a dress of bright yellow and green.
MAGISTRATES' COURT, KAPUNDA. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1878. [Before Mr. J. Varley, S.M.] [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 15 October 1878
MAGISTRATES' COURT, KAPUKDA. Thursday, Octoueb 10,1878. fBefore Mr. J. Farley, s.M.~] J. P. Smith was charged 011 the information of Bridget Irwin witli refusing to pay wages. Defendant did not appeal'. Mr. Emerson (by Mr. Foster) for informant, who deposed that she entered defendant's .employ on 5th Nov. last at 8s per week, and remained till 25th March (22 weeks), all she had received being 7/6 cash and 15/ goods. The statement to that effect produced was given he:- by defendant when she left, and he had not paid her any thing since. Judgment for £8 10s. and £1 costs. W. Heimisch, John Tilling, Roger Hans borough, John, Young, and' Thomas Stodart re spectively pleaded guilty to a breach of the provisions of the Lights on Vehicles Act, and had each to pay a fine of 5s. and 10s. costs. Gottlieb Stienert pleaded not guilty to a sim ilar charge ; but the offence being proved he was fined 10s. and 10s. costs. Thomas White pleaded guilty to a charge of cruelty to a horse by leaving it t...
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1878. WILLETT v. MANNING. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 15 October 1878
Thursday, October 10,1878. WlXLETT V. MANNING. Claim for £5 lis. 7d., balance of account. Mr. Benham for plaintiff. The defendant pleaded payment. R. Willett, butclier, Kapunda, examined by Mr. Benham—Last year had an account for £12 9s. 7d. against defendant, and sued Mm; but afterwards settled the matter out of Court, in pursuance of which defendant had paid £6 18a. on account. Defendant had not paid anything since May 14. The defendant stated to the Court he never received any receipts for what he did pay, nor had he kept any account of the pay ments paid. On being put into the wit ness box he failed to show that he had paid more than he had received credit for, butsfiid be had written to plaintiff saying he would not pay any more till he received a statement of the account. Judgment for plaintiff, by instalments of £1 per month. First payment to be made ou November 1. McLaren t. G-itbry. This was a claim for £1016s. Mr. Davis for defendant. Peter McLaren deposed that he had sup-...
KAPUNDA LOCAL BOARD OF ADVICE. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 15 October 1878
KAPUNDA LOCAL BOARD OF ADVICE. The monthly meeting of this Board was held at tha Model School, on Friday morning last, when there were present Messrs. D. Nock, J.P. (Chairman), Blood, Lewis, J.P., Thomson, and Elliott. An apology was re ceived for the absence of Mr. Morris, who was engaged with the Midland Road Board in its annual inspection of roads. The minutes of the previous meeting were read, and confirmed. The Chairman read the various letters which he had written, in accordance with the resolutions of the Board at its last meeting, and the same were approved. The Chairman reported that with the advice of some members of the Board he had since the last meeting granted an application from ihe Biverton School for permission to close on the 9th October for the one holiday in the year which the Board was empowered to grant. Approved. The following letters were then read:— From Minister of Education, forwarding amount due for Board's travelling expenses in visiting schools, £2 13s....
MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. KAPUNDA: WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 9, 1878. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 15 October 1878
MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. Kaittkda : "Wednesday, October 9,1878. Present—Crs. Jackson, Rowett, Trevaskis, Trenerry, TTren, and Wheatley. In the absence of His Worship the Mayor Cr. Wheatley was voted to the chair. Minutes of last meeting read and con firmed. Reports. The report of the Finance Committee was read as follows :— To balance last meeting ... £lf>3 11 0 Rates 2G 12 8 Dog Tax ... ... ... 15 0 Impounding Fees ... ... 0 5 0 191 13 8 Less pay-sheet 145 12 10 Balance ... ... ... £43 0 10 Works Committee's Report. The Works Committee's report recom mended that the footbridge in Way-street should be altered as the Surveyor may direct, and that no more works be laid out until the works already ordered are completed. Inspector's Report. The Inspector reported that he had served four notices to abate nuisances, three of which had been complied with, and the other was in progress. He had also impounded two horses. Surveyor's Report. The Surveyor reported that men and carts had been engag...
OUR CITY LETTER. [From our own Correspondent.] Adelaide, October 10, 1878. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 15 October 1878
OUR CITY LETTER. [[From our own Correspondent.] Adelaide, October 10, 1878. I had the pleasure on Tuesday evening o£ seeing one of the best portraits I have seen in the colony. It is an excellent likeness of Mr. T. G-. Waterhouse, and has been painted by Mr. McCormack, to the order of the Trustees of the Prince Alfred Wesleyan College, to be hung there in commemoration of Mr. Waterhouse's liberal donations to the funds of that Institution. The picture is carefully painted and -well finished. The contrasts and harmonies of the colouring ai'e admirably managed, and so far from there being any chance &lt;of depreciating it as a colo nial production, it will not sujfer by compar ison with the works of some of the best En glish portrait painters. Our G-overnment will have no excuse to waste any more two hundred guineas in sending to England for bad likenesses of our Governors, got up ap parently in the character of stage policemen, when they can get good portraits painted here fo...
NEW SOUTH WALES. Sydney, October 10. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 15 October 1878
NEW SOUTH WAXES. Sydney, October 10. | The Treasurer,' in reply to a deputation from the Chamber of Commerce, promised to take into his consideration the entire question of warfage rates' with a view to fixing a scale o£ charges by measurement for one class of goods, and by weight for another. Sydney, October 11. The barque Onward, owned by Scott, Hen derson, & Co., has been wrecked on a reef to the north-west of New Caledonia. A whale boat containing the mate and eleven of the shipwrecked crew has arrived at Port Maekay in Queensland. Four other boats are missing.
LOCAL COURT—KAPUNDA. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBEE 9, 1878. [Before Mr. J. Varley, S.M.] LIMITED JURISDICTION. UNSATISFLED JUDGEMENTS. MOYLE v. LAWRENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 15 October 1878
LOCAL COURT—KAPTJJ5TDA Wednesday, Octobee 9, 1878. TBefore Mr. J. Yarlev, S.M.I Limited Jurisdiction. Unsatisfied Judgments. Moyxe v. Lawbence. Judgment debt of £4 2s. Order made, by consent, for payment of £1 per month—first payment on 1st November. Habbis v. W. Tucefield. Judgment debt of £2 5s. lOd. Sir. Davis for plaintiff. The defendant appeared, and was examined as to his means. He said he had four in family and received only 35s. per week. Order made for the payment of 10s. per month—first payment on 1st .November. Defended Cases. Meguns v. Beomley. Claim for £6, for -wrongful conversion of a pig Mr. Benham for plaintiff; Mr. Emerson for defendant. Daniel Megins, farmer, G-overnnient Well, examined by Mr. Benham—Knew the defen dant, who was a farmer residing near him. In July .last, borrowed a boar pig from Mr. Pfitzner, and kept it on his premises, but it got away. After six weeks, went to defen dant's place, and saw it his stye, and a sow : with it. Defendant wanted 25s. in...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 15 October 1878
Bronchitis, Diphtheria, Coughs, Colds, and all Derangements of the Throat and Chest. In any of the above diseases immediate and permanent relief is obtained by effectually rubbing this detergent Ointment twice a day upon the neck, chest, and back; and in all stages of influenza, settled coughs, and wheez ing at the chest, the same, treatment may be followed with efficiency and safety. Sad Legs, Bad Breasts. Old Sores, wounds, and Ulcers. By rubbing this Ointment perseveringly upon and around the affected parts twice a day it will penetrate to the tissues beneath, and exert the most beneficial influence.: the inflammationjaoon diminishes, the pain becomes lesB intolerable, the matter thickens, and a cure is soon effected. In all long standing cases Holloway's Fills should also be taken, as they greatly assist in expelling all depraved humours from the body. Skin Diseases of all Muds. In this class of complaints, no matter the age, the sex, the place, or under what the disease may be ...
CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 15 October 1878
CEICKET. The match played between the Angaston and Kapunda Clubs on Saturday last, re sulted in an easy victory for the former by , 37 runs and one innings. The want of an umpire was severely felt by the Kapundaites, as unfortunately the gentlemen officiating at the commencement of the game had very ancient and remote ideas of cricket. This led to much dissatisfaction, which in its turn led to careless play. One man who was not out was given out, whilst another man who was out a long way was given not out, although he himself admitted he was out. Another cause of the defeat of the local players was that when a catch was given in many instances it was dropped, no matter tow easy it might be. This naturally dis gusted the bowlers, and was very annoying. The home team went in first, and put together 104 runs, which should have been no more than 40, if even that number. Shawyer is a great acquisition to the Angaston Club, being a good batsman and all there as a bowler. He played by far ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 18 October 1878
MANY HAVE TRIED. All have Failed in producing an article equal to COUGH ELIXIR ! FOE THE CUBE OP Coughs, Colds, cmd Asthma. Sold by every Storekeeper in the Colony, and Wholesale and Retail by the Proprietors, 19, HINDLEY-STBEET, ADELAIDE. Herewith for your perusal is one of the many Testimonials we have received:— MESSRS. A. M. BICKFORD & SONS, HIN3JI/EY-STEEET, 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 inform yo...
WOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 18 October 1878
WOOL. Messrs. Elder, Smith, aud Co. report as follows regarding tlieir first weekly wool sale, on Tuesday October 15 :—"We held our opening wool sale this afternoon with a catalogue of 1,976 hales, out of wrncli we sold 1,484 bales greasy at prices ranging from 7d. to iOidl per lb., tlie latter figure being obtained for 300 bales marked Btmdaleer. Since the sale we have received private offers for the lots, that were passed, and we believe business will re sult. "We had a large attendance, and the bidding was moderately brisk throughout, oar system of selling from the box being generally approved. We had intended to bring forward a much larger catalogue, but many lots did not arrive in time, and these will have to be offered in our future sales. The wools to hand are mostly clean and strong in staple, and growers are getting into the habit of skirting thoroughly, which gives buyers confidence. We append details of the lots sold, viz.:—W over TM, 14 bales greasy Merino, 7|d., 1 do. l...