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ODDFELLOWSHIP. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 2 April 1878

ODDFELLOWSHIP. The annual District Meeting of the Kapunda District LO.O.F., M.U., was held at the In stitute, Kapunda, 011 Tuesday, 26th March, when there were present—Prov. G.M. Brown, D.GLM. R. Brewster, and C.S. E. Riley ; and delegates as under:— Sir John Franklin Lodge—P.P.Gr.M. Gurr and P.G-. MacLachlan. Park Lodge—Nil, Princess Royal Lodge—P.Gr. R.T. Richards, and P.Gr. A. Anderson. Hamilton Lodge—P.Gr. E. Q-. Blesing. Truro Lodge—P.Gr. J. Barnes. Stockwell Lodge—P.Gr. C. Drescher. Marrabel Lodge—P.Gr. A. Stief. Btockport Lodge—P.Gr. M. Megaw. Prince Alfred Lodge—-P.Gr. J. McSkiniming. Tarlee Lodge—Nil. Hoyleton Lodge—Nil. The balance-sheet and Auditor's report were read and adopted—the levies being fixed at Is. 6d. per member per quarter for the next six months. The balance-sheet shows that during the past half-year funeral donations had been paid on the death of one member and the wives of six members. t The following were appointed as delegates jo the next Grand Annual Com...

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MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 2 April 1878

MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. Xapukdaj Tuesday, March 26, 1878, Present—His Worship the Mayor (Dr. Blood), and Councillors Uren, Symone, Tre vaslds, Movie, Jackson, and Wheatley. The minutes of last meeting were read and confirmed. COBBESrOlTDEirCE. From Messrs. Mellor Bros., expressing sur prise at the Corporation repudiating their account for repairing dobbins, inasmuch as they were hired by the Corporation, and damaged whilst bo hired. Fran the discussion which ensued^ it seems that the dobbins had been hired for the use of the Corporation, and that whilst in euch use they got slightly out of order and were taken to the Messrs. Mellor's to be repaired, the cost of which was now claimed from the Council. The Corporation did not consider they were entitled to pay for what was only fair wear and tear, and declined to entertain the account. From Town Clerk, Moonta, asking if Cor poration licensed sale yards within limits of Corportion, and if so, the amount; also, whether those charges are stri...

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COLES & GOODCHILD'S REPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 2 April 1878

Coles & Goodchud's 'Eepokts. Coles & Goodchild report having- sold for Mr. Daniel O'Dea, at Jamestown, on Friday, March 22, a inob of 34 heavy, medium, an& j light horses, at from £75 to £26 10/, an<^ £23 to £8 for lighf. sorts, the lot averaging £27 exactly all round. Coles is Goodchild report having offered at auc tion, at Crase's Hotel, Kapunda, on Monday, Maret^ 25, by order of Mr. Abraham "White, his property near Bagofs Well, known as the ZUawaxra Farm, and comprising'1,385 acres of land, -with valuable improvements. There was alaige attendance, but the bidding did not come up to expectation, aiid the property was passed in at 3B5 5/peracre. A sale was, however^ effected at this price -.during the afternoon, Messrs. W M^jfc .SbaTipo]?,_of Tataia, being the purchasers. On Friday,- March' 29.-rAt Gundry*8 Gill, ~Ka pnnda, for Mr. Thomas Griffin," 2 medium draught horses, German waggon,' and harness^ £75 ^16/ ; stack of hay, about 40 tons, "£7Q ...

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NEW SOUTH WALES. Sydney, March 28. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 2 April 1878

S"EW SOUTH WALES. Svdifov, March 28, The sailing of tlie Pacific mail steamer City of Sydney is postponed till to-morrow to al low of her taking replies to the lefctsrs via Suez. The superior graduates of the Sydney Uni versity have decided that it is fitting they should have a right to vote at elections. The Chancellor will ask the Senate to give effect to this decision. ' Singapore, March 29. It is authoritatively stated that the services of Colonel Scratcliley have been permanently secured by the Australian Governments in connection with the defences of the colonies, at a salary of £1,500 per annum, with £500 travelling expenses. The Parliamentary session will probably close next month. It is announced that the Australian Eleven on their return horns via America will prob ably play at Canada, New York, Philadelphia, and Chicago. Adelaide town flour is worth £14 10s. to £15 : country, £14 to £14 10s.; wheat, 6s. to 6s. 2d. Sriled—General Pel for Melbourne and Adelaide. Sydney, Mar...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 2 April 1878

OUTH AUSTRALIAN RAILWAYS. TENDFRS will be received at this office up till noon on Monday, 8th April, for the EXCAVATION of a RESERVOIR at MOUNT MAEY (41m. 13ch. from Kapunda) on the Kapunda and North-West Bend Line. For further particulars see Gazette. H. C. MAIS, Engineer-in-Chief. Engineer-in-Chief's Office, Adelaide, March 20, 1878. '8-2 OUTH AUSTRALIAN RAILWAYS. SOUTH AUSTRALIAN RAILWAYS.— EASTER HOLIDAYS. On all the South Australian Railways and Tramways, EXCURSION RETURN Tickets, at SINGLE FARES, will be Issued at all Stations, on Wednesday, the 17th April, and each following day until and including Easter Monday, the 22nd April, available for Return by any Ordinary Train up to and including Wednesday, the 24th April. ALAN a. PENDLETON, General Traffic Manager. Railway Station, March 21, 1878. [18-21 APUNDA HOSPITAL. SUBSCRIPTIONS in aid of the above Institution, also, Old Linen Rags, will be thankfully received by any gentleman on the Board of Management, or by the under sign...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 2 April 1878

MARRIED. RICHARDS — CBASE. — On the 23rd March, at Kapunda, by the Rev. R. S. Casely, John Norman, eldest son of Mr. William Richards, of Stepney, to Nellie Vivian, youngr est daughter of James Crase,.of Kapunda.

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VICTORIA. Melbourne, March 28. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 2 April 1878

VICTORIA. Melbourne, March 28. In the Assembly to-day, Mr. Graham Berry moved his motion for tlie appointment of a Committee to search for the Appropriation Bill. The motion was strongly opposed by several members on the Government benches, but it is certain to be carried. It is expected that the crisis will be really at an end to-night. The Council met this afternoon, when Sir Charles Sladen gave notice of Ms intention to ask for tlie appointment of a Committee of the members to confer with a Committee of the Assembly on the Payment of Members Bill. At file sequest of liie Postmaster-<3«u tlie s;!ino evening The Payment of Members Bill passt-d through Committee ami was re ported. On the motion for the iidoption <ii' the report, Sir (.'liarle^ Sliidi-ii »<! 1 rested the House on the merits of tho p.-ivment of mem bers <mestiou. 5s. 8d. to 5s. 9d. The Council has passsd the Payment of Members Bill through Committee, the motion for a Confere...

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MONTHLY CALENDAR—APRIL. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 2 April 1878

MONTHLY CALENDAR—APRIL. Day of Month and Week. Sttn. Moon. Eises. Sets. Rises. Sets. A.M. p.m. A.M. P.M. Monday 1 6 17 5 52 4 45 4 41 Tuesday 2 6 18 5 51 5 42 5 5 Wednesday 3 6 19 5 49 6 36 5 28 Thursday 4 6 20 5 48 7 34 5 57 Friday 5 6 20 5 46 8 31 6 30 Saturday 6 6 21 5 45 9 30 7 9 Sunday 7 6 22 5 43 10 28 7 57 Monday 8 6 23 5 42 11 22 8 55 Tuesday 9 6 23 5 41 P.M. 10 l Wednesday 10 6 24 5 39 1 0 11 11 Thursday 11 6 25 5 3S 1 41 A. 31. TMday 12 6 26 5 37 2 15 0 26 Saturday 13 6 27 5 35 2 46 1 39 Sunday 14 6 27 5 34 3 18 2 51 Monday 15 6 28 5 33 3 48 4 3 Tuesday 16 6 29 5 32 4 20 5 15 Wednesday 17 6 30 5 31 4 55 6 27 Thursday 18 6 31 5 30 5 38 7 38 Friday 19 6 31 5 28 6 28 8 50 Saturday 20 6 32 5 27 7 28 9 53 Sunday 21 6 33 5 26 8 33 10 51 Monday 22 6 34 5 25 9 39 11 41 Tuesday 23 6 35 5 23 10 46 P.M. Wednesday 24 € 35 5 22 11 49 0 58 Thursday 25 6 36 5 21 A.M. 1 29 Friday 26 6 37 5 19 0 47 1 57 Saturday 27 6 38 5 18 1 45 2 22 Sunday 28 6 39 5 17 2 40 2 46 Monday 29 6 39 5 16 3 34 ...

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NOTICE. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 2 April 1878

NOTICE. A -New Quarter* commences with the present number. Terms of Sub scription—4s. per quarter if booked, or 8s. 0d. if paid within the first fork night from the commencement of the quarter. It is reuqested that iimn©1 diate notice be given, at this office^ ; the late or non-delivery of the paper, t April 2, 1878.

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CITY CORRESPONDENCE. [From our own Correspondent.] Adelaide, April 1. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 2 April 1878

CITY CORRESPONDENCE. [From our own Correspondent.] Adelaide, April 1. Despite the prophecies of the Opposition three of the Minigfceps have been returned withou t a struggle, and the other two will he elected without the slightest difficulty. The return of Mr. Blyth for North Adelaide, of Mr. Mann for Stanley, and of Mr. Hawker for Victoria may not be so much a distinct intimation of satisfaction with them in their Ministerial capacities as of approbation of their conduct as representatives, but depend upon it if their action as Ministers of the Crown had been very outrageous a Nemisis would have followed them in the shape of opposition at the elections, which for them have closed so quietly and so satisfactorily. Mr. Lindsay's opposition at. Encounter Bay and Mr. J. U. Smith's opposition at East Torrens will he very mild, and will determine no principle even should either or both of them be elected—a most improbable con tingency. ^ Mr. Smith, I am told, has passed the Pslamist's li...

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"THE FRAGILE SUFFERING CREATURES." [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 2 April 1878

" THE FBAGILE SUFFERING CREATURES." Tn the current number of the Contem porary Bevierv M iss Cobbe bewails " the little health of ladies." She says many wise and sensible things which have often been said before, and which will often be said again without producing the least effect on the people to whom they are ad dressed. u It is the voice of one crying in the wilderness." This is particularly the case with regard to a fertile source of the general feebleness of fashionable women — unhealthy modes of dress. Miss Cobbe naturally sees the folly of her weaker sisters from the serene altitudes of common sense. She is, happily, thanks to a beneficient Provi dence, far removed above all temptations to ornamental frivolity by the possession of a constitution morally and physically robust. She sees with painful clearness the despicable littleness of women who consider their complexions more than their muscles, and spend more time with their milliner in Bond-street than at the Boyal Instit...

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The Kapunda Herald. TUESDAY, APRIL 2, 1878. REPRESENTATION OF LIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 2 April 1878

Wijt HapunUa f^eralij. TUESDAY, APBHj 2, 1878. REPRESENTATION OF LIGHT. The first meeting of importance nb ing campaign was that held at the Institute on" Wednesday last, when the large andr epreseniative gathering fullj betokened that the electors are awake to the fact that the question as to who are to be our representatives in the ensuing Parliament is of vital im portance. It is true that ultimately the meeting went in for fun rather than business, but though we regret this we hardly see how, under the cir cumstances, it could have been other wise ; at all events it is creditable to all concerned, that though the meeting certainly took a jocular turn, it did not at all become disorderly or bitter. All the candidates received a favorable hearing, and had no right to complain of the reception they met with. Be> fore proceeding to remark on the addresses of the candidates, we must first refer to the well-deserved vote of thanks passed to the late members. "We quite agree with al...

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WESTERN AUSTRALIA. Albany, March 28. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 2 April 1878

WTCSTT5RTST AUSTRAXTA. Albany, March 28. The Siam arrived last night, and started a gaiu at 2 o'clock this afternoon. Debate on the Constitution.—Having a consultation with a physici-*1-^

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FREELING [From our own Correspondent.] March 20, 1878. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 2 April 1878

imTVRT/nsra JTrom our own Correspondent.] March 20, 1878. The change we have had in the weather has been most beneficial. Tanks had run out, and many were suffering from the lack of this desirable element in health and comfort. Farmers and townspeople alike seemed to be put to great straits to get an adequate supply for household and other purposes. But the day of want has past, and the reeent down pour will amply meet our requirements for the present. It has been suggested that as the Kapunda Cricket Club has been once more defeated, they should try one more country club before the season closes. If they are unable to find a club they consider able to stand out against their superior powers, or one that has not such a prestige as they Lave, I would suggest that they try their luck witli the Freelmg team. The local cricketers hare lost one of their best players, who was the moving spirit of the club ; and I fancy the serious illness of the President of the Club (Mr. W. Fisher) ha6 d...

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REUTER'S TELEGRAMS, LONDON, March 27. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 2 April 1878

BEUTEE'S TELEGRAMS, LONDON, March 27. General Xgnatexlr is going to Vienna on a diplomatic mission. The Grand Duke Nicholas and the Sultan have exchanged visits in consequence of friendly representations made. The Turks have consent 3d to evacuato Bojuxderi. Arrived—Steamer Stad Amsterdam. LONDON, March 28. The European Congress negotiations are at a standstill. Both Houses of the Roumanian Legislature have unanimously rejectad the exchange of Bessarabia for the Dobrudscha. It is semi-officially stated that the object of General Ignatieff's diplomatic mission to Vienna is to induce Austria to warn the British Government not to rely on the sup port of Austria. The new American Tariff Bill abolishes the classification of wools, making the duty on all wools 35 cents instead of, as at present, an average of 50 cents ad. valorem. The pro- ! tectionist party in tlie House of Representa tives oppose the Bill. LONDON, March 28, evening. Earl Derby gave in his resignation at a • special Cabi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 2 April 1878

EAPUNDA MONTHLY MARKET. LORD PALMERSTON YARDS, TH3S-DAY (TUESDAY), April 2.,' COLES & GOODCHILD will sell a§ aboye, commencing .at 12 o'clock sharp— PIGS, ' SHEEP, CATTLE, HORSES, &c., &c. 160\msSTOEE 160 Note.—The Pig Sale commences at 12 sharp. 54OO?1,Sr5W0 Fpr Mr. €r. Tbompspn— 800 Prune Eat Wethers. Qn another account— 500 Prime Fat Wethers. For Mr. J. Doyle— - 800 First-class Store Wethers. ^ For Mr. W. Andrew— - 550 Ewes, 4-tootli to full-mouth 350 Mixed Hogget§. On another account1— 600 Mixed Sheep. ? For Messrs. Heinson Bros.— ; 900 Wethers and Ewes; 4 and 6-toofch AND 400 Full-mouthed Ewes., half of them Fait. JFor Mr. Burgess— 500 Prime First-class Ewes, in lamb "iiote.— The Sheep Sale commences at 1 sharp. 01 A AND STORE £>"1 A 41U CATTLE. 41" For E. Salter, Esq.— . 30 prime Fat Bullocks and Steers For Mr. J. Condon— 8 Fat Bullocks 12 Cows, close on calving For Abraham White, Esq.— 50 extra prime Fat Cattle For various owners— 60 Head Fat and St...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 2 April 1878

Business Directory. KAPUKDA. BREWSTER, R., Wine, Spirit, and General Merchant, Brewster's Build ings, Main-street. Agent for Salter's and Jother Wines. BENHAM, W.H., Solicitor, Notary Public, &c., Main-Btreet. Money to lend on property under the Real Property Act, or otherwise, at lowest rate of interest. BRUCE, JOHN A., Auctioneer, Land, Loan, and General Commission Agent. Money to Lend in large or small •uins. XYtFMBR ECKj THOMAS, Tanner J-r and Currier, near Morning Star. Leather of every description on hand and to order. Bark, Hides, and Skins, &c., bought. Mclennan, Jj/ Comers, Burra-road, (late SrithV). ' Birkj IIides, &c., bought. ZxsQOBr on *aleor to iirder—first quality. Jj^MERSOif, Mr., Solicitor, Main JLi street, Kapunda. Money to lend on Mortgage or Deposit of Deeds. PAWCETT'S SOOTHING JL- POWDERS, for Children Teething. Sold in Packets at One Shilling; or by post for Seven Stamps. Address, JL lawcett, Chemist, Eapunda. J., Pianoforte Tuner, oniom...

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LISTON, SHAKES, & Co's. COUNTRY AUCTION SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 2 April 1878

Ltstosj, Shakes, & Co's. Cottntry Auction Saxes. Thursday, March It—At Deep Creek, near Tarlee, by order of Mr. John "Work, farming stock and implements. The attendance was fair, and prices satisfactory. Draught horses, £38 5/, £39, $33 10/, £3310/f£S2. flS Pigs at 41/6; Tip-dray, £1517/6; Donble ploughs, £1115/, £1-1, £5 10/, £| 5/,£5 5/. Total, £38914/6. /' , . Thursday, March 2L—At Manabel, dearing-out sdle,-bj order of Air. C. Rowett. There was a very large attea» dance, and competition was keen, especially for the horse stock, whichrealized extremeprices, Draught mares aior, geldings, £49, £46, £38, :£50 10/, £33 5/, £37,.£31 10/., £2910/; unbroken Filly,£32; lOibraliencolt.JBjljyeariiiie, £9. Fat cattle, 4 head steers and heifers, at £8; lour head, at £717/6; Heifers, £8 13/6. £6 3!-. Steers. ,&J,7ti MilcKcows,'"£5 2/6 to £5 Tiff]; o head young cattle at £3 j Winnower, £145/; Reaper, £32; English Waggon, £8310/; Double plough, £11; and the rest of the implement...

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COMMERCIAL. Adelaide, April 1. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 2 April 1878

COMMERCIAL, Adelaide, April 1. The wheat market is dull. The ruling rates are from 5s. 6d. to os. 7d. - * ♦ " Kapunda Herald" Office, April 1,1878. Wheat—5/ per bushel. Hay—£2 5/ per ton. "Wholesale. Retail. Flour ...-£13 per ton 28/ per bag. Bran ... 1/2 per bush- 1/3 per bush. Pollard ... 1/5 « 1/6

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MEETING AT EUDUNDA. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 5 April 1878

MEETING- AT EUDTJNDA. On Monday afternoon a meeting, presided ,oyer by Mr. D. Moody, was held at the En dunda Hotel, Eudunda, when Messrs. White, Kelly, J. Shannon, and Carroll attended as .candidates. The attendance, though good, was pot as large as it would have been had the writs been issued a month earlier, as the farmers are now too busy ploughing and sew ing, to be able to attend election meetings. Mr. Huston proposed a vote of thanks to Mr. James "White for his past services as their representative. He came nearest the mark of any, having fulfilled all his pledges. This was seconded by Mr. "Wagner and carried unanimously, the Chairman suggesting that Mr. Hock's ought to have been included. Mr. «T. "White, J.P., acknowledged the com pliment paid hi™, and said it was a great en couragement to members to receive such acknowledgments of their services. He would not address them at any length as there were {our candidates. He, however, must refer to pome questions. Mr. White then ...

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