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KAPUNDA MARKET PRICES. "Kapunda Herald" Office, Friday, February 1, 1867. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 1 February 1867
KAPUNDA MARKET PRICES. "Kapunda Herald" Office,Friday, February 1, 1867. VTBAIN AND -b ODDEB. - Wheat, 3a 2d per bushel Flour per ton, j£10 Ditto per bag, 22B . Ditto per lb 2d Butter per lb, Is 5d Eggs per dozen, Is . Caeese, colonial 10d Barley, Cape, do ,2/6 Ditto English, ditto,' no ^uotiatrLon» Hay, new, per ton-£z 10/ Ditto old, loose, £A Ditto trussed, ditto - Ditto chaffed, ditto £4 10/ Bran per bushel, Is 2d Pollard par bushel, 1/4 FBUTT AND VEGETABLES Cabbhges, 5d to 7d each : Potatoes, new,_8/ per cwt.; Id. per lb Parsnips, 4d per bunch. Onions, 2d per pound Apples, 4d per pound . Apricots, 6d per dozen Plums, 6d per quart Peare, 4d per pound Peaches, 6d per dozen Grapes, 4d per pound Carrots, 4d per bunch Turnips 5d per bunch PBOTIBIOKS Bread, per 2lb loaf, 4d Beef per lb, 4d to 6d Mutton, ditto, 4d to 6il Pork, ditto, ditto, 8d to 9d Steaks, and chops ditto, 5d to 6d Hams and bacon, ditto, Is 4d Turkeys, 4s to 6s Geese, 4s 6d to 5s scarce
MCTNICIPAL CORPORATION. MONDAY, JANUARY 28, 1867. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 1 February 1867
MUNICIPAL CORPORATION. MONDAY, JANUARY 28, 1867. Present-His Worship the Mayor, Councillors Day, MacLaren, Moyle, Nock, Thomson, Tyrie ; and the Town Clerk. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. His Worship suggested that with reference to the proposed alteration of order of business, it should be carried out as originally printed in the bye-laws, and he would also remark that he wished the bye-laws generally enforced in future, as they had had a serious lesson with respect to not doing so in the late fire. Mr. Crase's application with reference to his wooden building had been de ferred from the previous meeting to seek a reso lution of a former meeting referring thereto, but it was found that there was only a discussion and no resolution ; but he hoped that without respect to owners they would have all such dangerous buildings prohibited-and do so without fear or favour. CORRESPONDENCE. Read, a letter from Mr. John Rose, requesting to be allowed to remove two...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 8 February 1867
-A. A JiJS 1JS li. DO you su tier from physical incapacity ? Ave you suffering from nervous debility? Have yon been the guilty victim of any secret vice? Do you sutler from a set of symptoms nearly akin more or less to the following:-A pretty fair condition of liealtb, not yet positively ill, but a feeling upon you that you are notquite right, a malaise; a tendency to despondency; a slight occasional loss of memory/ sometimes a wealaiess across the small of the. back aud lcii:s; on waking a feeling as if unrefreshed; a general depression-a want of pluck, as it were; less desire for business than*_formerly; and you are troubled with a certain feeling of nervousness-a loss of power? If you are to be warned in time, you have now the means-aud opportunity of b^-ing restored to health. _ It is at this stage that your iliseaee, by a timely applicar tion of remedies and regimen, can be eradicated, and your system invigorated; youi manhood restored to ' that state that you may and can fulfi...
CHAPTER XVTII. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 8 February 1867
CHAPTER XVTII. " .Suffering onedayfrom ennui, the at tendant spirit of laziness, I strolled through the open windows of my parlour into the air. Sultry enough it was to banish every other thought but that of suffocation; however, to enter the house again, and be received into the merciless arms of ennui, my most insatiable tormentor, was the re motest idea in my cranium. The sun mi"ht be hot, but it was better to burn than to dissolve-so I strolled languidly onward, to see if there was anything fresh going on in that part of the country in which 1 happened to be located. But as I was in a mood not easily pleased, the Small sunbrowned cottages 1 used sometimes to think very pretty, with their low flower-twined verandahs and their little garden-patches^ were passed with a look of the most careless indifference. The " good day" so pleasantly given by the peasants whom I occasionally met, were scarcely responded to, lor a feeling akin to churlish ness atthe excessive beat of the weather...
WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 6. [Before W. Oldham, Esq., J.P.] PEACE INFORMATION. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 8 February 1867
WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 6. [Before W. Oldham, ESQ., J.P.] PEACE TNFOBMATION. John Wish/art was charged on information with using threatening language to Augusta Charlotte Parker, and committing an assault on her, on the previous day. Mr Budall (for Mr Brady), who appeared for the defendant^ took objection to the informa tion, on the grouod that it had not been signed before a magistrate. A fresh information was accordingly taken by Mr Oldham. Augusta Charlotte Parker examined. By Corporal O'Brien-Lived on the Bald Hill; knew the prisoner; he came to her house about ten o'clock on the previous day, on horse back ; witness was sitting at the door sewing; he said,' Well, Augusta, I have found you out asked him what he wanted, and he said he wanted her (witness"); got off his horse and asked her if she had anything to drink, and she replied nothing but water; witness then went into the kitchen, and prisoner followed her; there was no other person in the house at the tirre; prisoner sat down...
LOCAL COURT—KAPUNDA. MONDAY, FEBRUARY 4. [Before J. S. Browne, Esq., S.M.] UNSATISFIED JUDGMENTS. BENHAM v, BOYLE. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 8 February 1867
LOCAL COURT-KAPUNDA. MONDAY, FEBRUARY 4. [Before J. S. Browne, Esq., S.M.J UNSATISFXEO JUDGMENTS. BENHAM v, BOYLE. .Original debt of £13 13/6, with costs addi tional. In this case Mr Benham stated that on June 8, 1863, an order had been made of 101 per week, but nothing was paid, and on 20th of December of same year defendant was sent to gaol for thirty days, and had not yet paid anything else; defendant had been in the em ploy of Hill & Co. ever since. Satuuli Boyle examined. By Mr Benham-Was in Hill & Co.'s employ as carter; had been in that employ nearly three years; his wages had averaged from 6/ to 7/4 per day; was getting the latter wages, of which a small amount was kept back; daring that in terval, when things had been slack, had been oat' of employment a month or two at a time; did not belong to any Building Society, and had no money in the Savings Bank. Defendant said he had a large family, seven in number, to keep, and he could not pay more that 5/ per wee...
FLOY; (Continued from our last.) CHAPTER XVII. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 8 February 1867
FLOY; A TALE, BY " LITTLE JACOB." (Ctyntihukd jrom our last.) CHAPTER XVII. Izzy was enraptared, entranced with Wood Point, the name by which Mr. Wilson's station was inown. It was a place to live and die in she thought, only wanting the presence of Floy to render it a perfect Paradise. The lone grave in the diggings wilderness was ceasing to trouble her memory, and out there, in the far bushland, where everything was so strange, and so delightful, it was not likely the old grief would revive again. It was far better for the child that she should go' wandering about those pleasant scenes, with Mrs.- Wilson's blue-eyed baby, than to he poring over lesson-books, and brood ing over annoyances,7 at Minerva House; so far she had certainly chosen wisely, ?although her way of obtaining the altera tion in her life was not a commendable one. Her arentle and .unobtrusive manners, and attachment to her little charge, -soon made her a favourite in the household, from Mrs. Wilson downward. She e...
THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 7. [Before W. Oldham, Esq., J.P.] [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 8 February 1867
Thubsday, February 7. [Before W. Oldham, Esq., J.P.] John Chamberlain was charged, on the informa tion of Alfred Parish, with stealing thres head of cattle from Julia Creek on February 5, the property of the informant. Mr Budall appeared for the prisoner. Corporal O'Brien applied for a remand until Monday morning, to procure the necessary evi dence, as the witnesses lived at some distance, and the prisoner was only apprehended on the previous evening at a late hour. His Worship remanded the case until Monday next. Mr Rudall applied that bail might be allowed, which was granted-the prisoner in £200, and two sureties in £100 each; but we understand the bail was not forthcoming. There is something1 exquisite in an American's reply to the European traveller, when lie asked him if he had just crossed the Alps : " Wal, now you cail my atten tion to the fact, I guess I did pass risen* ground." " Terrible weather this," said Quilp, wiping his brow. " Never saw any weather too hot for me," w...
KAPUNDA. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 2. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 8 February 1867
KAPUNDA. SAT0BDATS FEBRUARY 2. I Present - The Chairman, and Councillors Oldham, Kelly, and Ford. Resolved, that a detailed accrunt of the re ceipts and expenditure of the Council be pre pared and published, for the information of the ratepayers. Resolved, that public notice be given in the Chronicle, Observer, and Kapunda Herald of the assessment now being due, and that unless such be paid ;wi thin ten days from such notice, im mediate proceedings to be taken for the recovery thereof. . Resolved, that tenders be called for from per sons willing to fill the office of Inspector of Brands; tenders to be sent to the District Clerk's office, addressed to the Council, not later than .the 15th instant. Resolved, that the Clerk write to Mr William Kelly to ascertain his. terms for allowing the Council to open a road half a chain in width through his Section, leading from Allendale towards Invermay. Receipts, £83 8/11 ; payments, £41 18/6."
THE KAPUNDA HERALD. Friday, February 8th, 1867. THE WHEAT TRADE. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 8 February 1867
THE KAPUNDA HERALD. jFHday, February 8th, 1867. THE WHEAT TRADE. Although this district is one in which all the three interests of the Colony are largely represented, the pastoral and mineral are just now entirely absorbed in the agricultural. We live in an atmo sphere impregnated with wheat. Turn which way we may our visual organs are greeted by continuous teams drawing large waggons laden with the bounteous yield of the farms, and the town is trans formed into one huge granary-so much so that the many capacious wheat stores scattered hither and thither are totally inadequate to the storage room required, and the consequence is that huge piles of the wherewithal to make the staff of life aire to be seen outside the various tightly packed buildings, raising their summits to an equal height with the buildings by which they are placed. Long may the days of civil or uncivil war be delayed but should such a catastrophe ever arrive, we only hope the commissariat depart ment of the variou...
THE NORTHERN TERRITORY. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 8 February 1867
THE NORTHERN TERRITORY. I Another chapter in the history of the proposed settlement on the northern coast of Australia has now baen brought to a close-an unsuccessful termination. Whether under the rule of a Finniss, a McKiulay, or a Man ton, everything in that once highly-glorified territory seems to have had a natural tendency to failure; and now the last of the second band of explorers have returned, leaving the fla» that has braved so many dangers, under the care of those aboriginals whose hunting grounds have been for a short time so rudely invaded. But though the staff have now returned, and the Northern Territory has been left unprotected by a vicegerent, there is no reason as yet to despair of the undoubted difficulties in the. way of its settlement being ultimately overcome-the only ques tion being whether it may not be achieved at too great a cost; and for that reason we adhere to our old opinion, that on the re turn of Mr. Finniss it would have been better for the Governm...
CLARE. February 6, 1867. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 8 February 1867
GLARE. ("From our own Correspondent."! February 6, 1867. Oar farmers hare now finished reaping, and are busy cleaning up, after which they will be able to form a pretty correct and favourable idea as to the average. Our township has of late presented quite a business-like appearance, through the large quantities of wheat being brought in to market, bat most of which is only being stored, on account of the very low prices ruling-2/9. We hope to have a treat at the end of the month, when the Dramatic Amateurs again intend making their appearance, one of the pieces being the ' Lady of Lyons.' The Clare folks seem to think it high time that they themselves had an Agricultural and Horticultural Society, independent of the Nor thern Society. According to notice, some few interested met on Saturday last, when a Com mittee of twenty-four was elected, and a sub scription-list started. It was also resolved that there should be a show early in-March. As thiB is the first appearance of any Clar...
CORRESPONDENCE. THE LATE ACCIDENT AT ANLABY. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 8 February 1867
CORRESPONDENCE. THE LATE ACCIDENT AT ANLABY. TO .THE EDITOR. Sir-Referring to your report of the accident at Anlaby in your last issue, I find on careful enquiry from the men referred to that, from their statements, justice has not been done them. It appears that Symes, who was first at the hole, leant over and pulled young Morris out, and that Shide (who was ill at the time) walked in up to his neck, but being seized with cramp, was obliged to return to the bank before re covering little Salter. These circumstances ap pear to have escaped young Morris during the excitement, and from whom the account was taken at the time. A paragraph in your next issue stating the above, will much oblige the men alluded to, and also Yours truly, H. T. MORRIS. Anlaby, February 7, 1867.
AUBURN. February, 6, 1867. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 8 February 1867
AUBURN. ["From our own Correspondent-.] February, 6, 1867. I am sorry to have to state that a Mr John Baker, of Undalya, while working in the fields had a sunstroke, and died a few days after wards. This morning a man in the employ of Mr Sowton had a sunstroke while engaged in putting some wheat on a dray; but I am glad to state that, on enquiry this evening, he is much better. I hope these two events will cantion people who are careless with respect to the heat of the sun on the human skull. I think if employers of labour would give their men a little peppermint and water instead of the beer they get, it would save many from acci dents from fits, &c., whinh have happened so often of late, and they would get more work done. The wheat is coming in very fast just now ; every store is filled, and some large stacks are being built; the price is, from 2/6 to 2/7 to-day. People will talk-and the great topic of con versation is, why the Bev. S. Annear went to Melbourne ? Why, I sho...
AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY'S JUDGES. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 8 February 1867
AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY'S JUDGES. ' TO THE EDITOR. Sir-Would you allow me a small space in your valuable columns respecting the Judges of implements at our Kapviada and Light Agri cultural Show. I should myself like, and am confident tha* there are many who will bear me out in this, that is to say-qualified men for Judges; that is, men who are capable of work ing these implements, so that if a machine is taken to pieces they know how to put it toge ther again, and men who kuow the speed and friction of machines. There are men who pro fess to know, but hardly know a machine from a wheelbarrow, especially some of our big brothers. Let us have the right man in the right places, and it will give every machine manufacturer a chance. We want practical farmers for Judges, who can use from the plough to the thrashing-machine; and then I am confident that our implement-makers will be satisfied with the Judges' decision. I am, Sir, &c., PAIR PLAY. Kapvmda, February 7,1867.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 8 February 1867
ON MONDAY, February 18, at 10 o'clock.-: ? TO CAPITALISTS, MERCHANTSAND FARMERS. . I, . LANDED PROPERTIES, STORES, &c" AT AND NEAR KAPUNDA. BY ORDER OF THE ASSIGNEES AND MORTGAGEES IN THE ESTATE OF C. H. BARTON. JOHN SMALL will sell by auction, on Monday, Tebruary 18, at 10 o'clock, at the Store lately occupied by Bennett & Barton, Main-street, llapuuda-' The LEASE of above STORE, 100 feet long, ?with five rooms, &c., attached, and premises behind, with right of purchase at £700. The abovale close &>: the Post-Office and Banks, and the best business site in the town. Bent, £70 per annum. Part ALLOTMENTS 42 and 43, at rear of the Store, extending back to Whittaker'Streer. ALLOTMENT No. S3 (part), opposite Railway Station,with WHEAT STORE thereon. LEASE of SECTIONS 362 and 369, KAPUNDA. Sublet at a profit ALLOTMENTS Nos. % 10, 53, 41, and 42, TOWNSHIP of HANSBOROUGH. ALLOTMENTS 31 and 32, FREELING. ALLOTMENTS 75 and 79, DAVIS, County Stanley. ALL...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 8 February 1867
TO ADVERTISERS in the KAPUNDA HERALD.-Thefollowing is the SC AXE of-DISCO UJ 'X'-S on Advertisements n the KAPUNDA HERALD, when prepaid Insertions.^ ScL in the Shilling, or25pe*cent. | 'inBertion !.!} 3jd.intheShilfing,or29jpercent. j } 43. in the Shilling, or S3 J percent, i The Scale of Charges is as follows: IVo lines' ... One ShiHing. Three lines, OneShiliing and Sixpence. Four lines ... Two Shillings. Five'lines .... Tvro Shillings and Sixpence. Six lines... ... Two Shillings and Sixpence. Each line more . Four-pence. Figore^rTable-work Advertisements,charged et sixpence per line throughout. The KAPUNDA HERALD willh&ve ah exten sive circulation «llover the Northern Country, includingGawler, -Sheaoak Log,. Greenock, Nuri ootpa, Angaston, Stockwell, Truro, North aiid South'Rhihe, LyndochV^ley,'Mo6nimdefe: Stoek port,IiinfrocMaj Gilberton, Rhynie,the Wakefield, Riverton^Saddleworth, Axibtirn, Mintaro teas ingham, Watervale, Penwortham, Qare^ iirunt Remarkable, Port Augusta...
KAPUNDA MARKET PRICES. "Kapunda Herald " Office, Friday, February 8, 1867. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 8 February 1867
KAPUNDA MARKET PRICES. u Kapunda Herald " Office, Friday, February 8, 1867. GBAIN AKDEODDEB - Wheat, 3a Id per bushel Flour per ton, .£9 10s Ditto per bag, 22s Ditto per lb 2d Butter per lb, Is 4d to Is 6d Eggs per dozen, lid Cheese, colonial, per lb, Is Barley, Cape, per bushel, 2s 6d Ditto English, ditto, no quotations Hay, new, per ton-£% 10/ Ditto old, loose, £4 Ditto trussed, ditto - Ditto chfffed, ditto £4 10/ iJran per bushel, Is Id . Pollard par bushel, 1/3 FBETCT AND VEGETABLES Gabbnges, 5a to 7d each Potatoes, new, 8j per cwt.; Id. per lb. Parsnips, 4d per bunch. Onions, 2d per pound Apples, 4d per pound Apricots, 6d per dozen Plums, 5d per quart Pears, 4d per pound Peaches, 6d per dozen Grapes, 3d per pound Carrots, 4d per bunch Turnips 5d per bunch