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MONTHLY CALENDAR—OCTOBER. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 18 October 1878
MONTHLY CALENDAB— OCTOBER. Suit. Day of Month and Week. Rises. Sets. Rises. Sets. A.M. P.M. A.M. P.M. Tuesday 1 5 42 6 0 8 29 11 45 Wednesday 2 5 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 7 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 30 5 5...
NOTICE. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 18 October 1878
NOTICE. A New Quarter commences with the present number. Terms of Sub scription—4s. per quarter if booked, or 3s. 6&lt;L 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, i October 1, 1878. I
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 18 October 1878
NEW Supply of " CLATER'S EVERY MAN HIS OWN PARKIER," by D. McTaggart, Member of the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons, London ; together with. RAREY'S TREATMENT and MANAGE MENT of the HORSE. Earners, and all who have to do with horses should have this Book. Price, 2s. 3d.; per Post. 2s. 9d. SCANDRETT &ELLIOTT, Hill-street, Kapunda ME. GEORGE HERBERT, VETERINARY SURGEON, (THDSRARZT), G A W L E R. Telegrams promptly attended to. 55-80 OTJNCr PEINCE TASMAN" This Powerful DRAUGHT ENTIRE will Serve a limited number of Mares at the I/ime Kilns, Victoria Township, Kapunda, or within six miles, if engaged. Young Prince Tasman is a dark roan. Terms—£2 for one mare, payable 1st Feb ruary, 1879; a reduction of 10s. per head for two or more mares ±he bona fide property of the same owner. Groomage, 2s. 6d., at time of service. H. MARCH, Proprietor, 59c Kapunda. Young talk of the hills. This celebrated BLOOD STALLION" will stand at the Stables of the undersigned, and travel as under:— ...
IMPOUNDING NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 18 October 1878
IMPOUNDING NOTICES. BALAKLAVA, Thomas Dalton, Pound keeper—One chesnut horse, star in forehead, stripe down nose, collar-marked, white hind fetlocks, branded like M near shoulder; one bay horse very small star, black points, B near shoulder. Will be sold October 21, at noon. KDfGr'S BELT (nearest Post-Office, She oak Log), Alfred Job, Pouudkeeper.—One bay horse, about six years old, star and stripe, off hind feet white, indistinct brand off shoulder. Will be sold October 21, at noon. CALTOWlE, (nearest Post-Office, Cal towie), John Phillis, Poimdkeeper.—One roan and white cow, slit off ear, branded like over HM conjoined or 3&M conjoined near rump. Will be sold October 19, at noon. GEORGETOWN, Joseph Martin, Pound keeper.—One brown mare, draught, hobble strap off fore leg branded like J, near shoulder; one iron-grey filly, hind foot white, rope on neck, if branded not visible. Will be sold October 21, at noon. HAMLET BBIDGE, W. Zenner, Pound keeper—One grey mare, blind off e...
The Kapunda Herald. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1878. THE KAPUNDA AND NORTH-WEST BEND LINE. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 18 October 1878
Cijc 3&apunUa Hcralti. 1TBIDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1878. THE KAPUKDA AND NOETH WEST BEST) LINE. As far tack as wtat may now be regarded as the dun past, a strong conviction was entertained by many thoughtful colonists that if the Biverina trade was to be secured to South Australia, one o£ if not the very best methods of attaining that desirable end would be by connecting the Murray and Port Adelaide by rail. Various points of junction with the Biver were advocated, but that which found most general favor was the North-West Bend; and in 1862 Par liamentary sanction was sought for the construction of this line, which so far as the Assembly was concerned was obtained, but unfortunately the measure was negatived by a majority of one in the Upper House, to the disgust of many, especially of those who believed that this negation arose simply from the fact that the route of the proposed line did not traverse the property of one member of that branch of the Legislature. The matter, however...
THE WOOROOBA SHOW. [By our Special Reporter.] [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 18 October 1878
THE WOOROOBA SHOW. £By our Special Reporter.] Stockport -was extremely lively on Tuesday, when the annual exhibition of live stock, im plements, dairy produce, &c., in convention •with, the Wooroora Agricultural Society was held. The day, despite the strong bieeze blowing in the morning, was very suitable for such a gathering, and it was largely taken ad vantage of by the country people, many of whom came a considerable distance to attend the show. There .was a good muster of the gentler sex, and one and all seemed bent on making themselves as happy as possible, be sides taking an interest in the various exhibits. There were no less than four Cheap Jacks 011 the ground, who did extremely well, not only with the " young and innocent," but also with, some old and very knowing ones who did not mind buying a purse and three pennies for half-a-crown, hoping that they might be some silver with them. The face of one old man was a perfect study for a picture as he stealthily withdre...
REUTER'S TELEGRAMS LONDON, October 10. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 18 October 1878
BEUTEB'S TELEGBAMS L01VD0N, October 10. The mails from Australiana Torres Straits have been delivered in London. The wool sales closed October 4 at Id. and 2d. per lb. lower, chiefly on fleecy and scoured. The quantity catalogued was 310,000 bales, of which 63,000 bales have been held over. The proportion of the reserve in the Bank of England to the liabilities is 33 per cent. The Bank rate of discount is 5 per cent., and the market rate 4f per cent. The following are the latest quotations:— Consols, 94-|; New Zealand 4J per cent, loan, 100 ; Tasmanian 6 percent., 114; Queensland 4 per cent., 89; Victorian 4 per cent., 92 ; New South Wales 4 per cent., 97; silver, 4s. 3£d. per oz.; tin, Straits and Australian, £53; Burra copper, £68; Wallaroo copper, £69; iron, £18; pigs, £2 10s. 6d.; freights, £1. LONDON", October 12. During the performance at the Liverpool Theatre last night the building took fire. A panic ensued among the audience, and 37 persons were killed. Messrs. Hugh &am...
DISTRICT COUNCIL. LIGHT. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 12. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 18 October 1878
DISTRICT COUNCIL. LIGHT. Saturday, Octobhe 12. Present—All, except Mr. Fluggie. Mr. J. Pycroaffc having applied to transfer the 3jin wood Pound to W. Pyoroaft, tlie Council have appointed Mr. W. Pyoroaft Poundkeeper provisionally for three weeks ; in the mean time the Clerk is to request their attendance at the next meeting. Tender accepted—No. 267, A. Yogt's for lump Bum of £15 10s.; extra cutting at per eubio yard. Is. 3d. A letter was received from Mr. Burton, request ing Council to tate steps to get the division fence along Section 435 put in proper repair. To be attended to as soon as possible. Mrs. Partington says that her minister pren^hed about the "paroly of the probable BOH."
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 18 October 1878
TO MORROW (SATURDAY), October 19. AT CEASE'S HOTEL, KAPUNDA, COLES & GOODCHILD are favoured with instructions from Mr. A. W. Mullins, whose continued and increasing ill-health necessitates his relin quishing farming, to sell by auction, as above— All that VALUABLE 3T ABM, situate near Linwood (formerly Pycroaft's), and comprising Sections Nos. 284, 297, and 298, Hundred of LIGHT, containing 250 Acres of Splendid Land, the pick of the District. The improvements are substantial and com plete ; 80 Acrea now in Wheat, promising really well; -50 Acres in fallows Also, SECTION No. 301, adjoining the above, containing 105 Acres; 30 acres Cleared, the remainder good Timber. - Terms, very liberaL AT CEASE'S BOOM, EAPUNDA. TO-MORROW (SATURDAY), October 19. COLES & GOODCHILD are favoured vifch instructions from Mrs. McEenzie (who is leaving Kapunda) to cell by auction, as above, at 2 o'cIock— Her HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE and EFFECTS, comprising—Cedar Table, 4 Cedar Chairs, 8-day Clo...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 18 October 1878
Business Directory. KAPUNBA. BREWSTER, R., "Wine, Spirit, an&lt; General Merchant, Brewster's Build ings, Main-street. Agent for Salter's ant other Wines. EENHAM, W. H., Solicitor, Notarj Public, &c.j Main-street. Money t&lt; lend on property under the Real Property Act,-or otherwise, at lowest rate of interest. "ORUCE, JOHN" A., Auctioneer. J3 Land, Loan, and General CommissioE Agent. Money to Lend in large or 6mal] stuns. TVUMBRECK, THOMAS, Tannei JL/ and Currier, near Morning Star. Leather of every description on hand and tc order. Bark, Hides, und Skins, &c., bought TVUMBRECK, WILLIAM, Tannei ±J and Currier, Burra-road, (latelYith's), Bark, Hides, &c., bought. Lather on sale or to order—first quality. EMERSON, Mr., Solicitor, Main street, Kapunda. 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, R. Fawcett, Chemist, Kapun...
MESSRS. COLES & COODCHILD'S MONTHLY MARKET REPORTS. KAPUNDA, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 1. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 18 October 1878
Messbs. Coles & Coodchild's Monthly Market Reports. EaPUNDA- TUESDAY, OCTOBER 1. We had an exceedingly large attendance, and submitted a foil catalogue of stock of all descrip tions. Prices for store stock cattle especially con tinue affected by the dry weather, and we look for no improvement until we have a' heavy downponr of rain. Our sales were:—Pigs—We penned 331, a considerable proportion of which, however, were far too small for trade requirements. All suitable lots sold readily, prices a shade lower than last month. We quitted 258. Sheep—5,300 yarded. We sold 4,963 as follows:—For Mr. W.Ward, 702 medium fat wethers, at 12/. For Mr. J. Doyle, 553 S.E. ewes. (mostly aged), at 6/. For . Mr. G. Teasdale, 612 S.E. wethers and' ewes, all ages, at 8/7500 do. do. ewes at 6/. For Mr. J. J. Murray, 141 very old ewes, with a few lambs given in, at 4/6. For Mr. Wheare, 600 aged ewes with 30 per cent, of lambs given in, at 6/. For J. White, 430 small wethers, poorly woolled, at 9/...
COMMERCIAL. [From our own Correspondent.] Adelaide, October 17, 1878. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 18 October 1878
COMMEBCIAL. [From our own Correspondent.j Adelaide, October 17, 1878. A sale of wheat is reported at 4/10, free on board at Port Adelaide, but the market is very dull and prices are likely to recede. Miller's rates are 4/8 to 4/9. Country Hour is £1010/; and town brands £11 5/ to £1110/. Bran 1/3. " Kapunda Herald" Office, October 17,1878. Wheat—4/3 per bushel. Hat—£2 10/ per ton. Wholesale. Retail. Hour ... £11 10/per ton 27/per bag Bran ... ... 1/4 per bush. 1/5 per bush. Pollard Hams ... Bacon ... Cheese ... Butter ... 1/5 " 1/6 " /8 per lb. /10 per lb. 17 " /9 " j6 " /8 " /7 " /9 " /7 per doz. —:—♦ /9 per doz.
TARCOWIE. [From our own Correspondent.] October 11, 1878. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 18 October 1878
TAKCOWIE. [From our own Correspondent.^ October 11, 1878. We have been favoured with a splendid downpour of rain, filling all the dams again. It will do a great amount of good to the crops, as they were beginning to suffer from the previous hot winds. The crops in general are pretty thick but very short, in many places not a fool high, and coming out in head. The hay-crop is bound to be very light, but with favourable weather from this time forward there is a chance of their yielding well. The much-dreaded red rust has made its appearance in some of the early sown wheat, but as yet the late sown is free from it. feed is plentiful here ; the rabbits are not numerous, and cattle in general are looking well. Shearing has commenced around here and the clip will be very good. A great many people are suffering with bad colds.
CORRESPONDENCE. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 18 October 1878
CORRESPONDENCE. It must be understood that we do not necessarily endorse the opinions of Correspondents under this heading. TO THE EDITOR. Deer Sot—I hope I ain't takin' too much leberty in -writen to ee, but you see a fellah isn't made of cast-iron, an' as there is a limit to aul our pachenee, so there is to mine ; an' ef you "will be kind enuff to listen to me for a bit, Fll telle bout it. This is just wliat it es like. I'm a brea taul chap, aud my mate sed to me, " Bozie, wi dosent tha join them there Volunteers?" "An' so I main to,' sez I, and so I ded. And this es tha "way they trayted me. It er just ni pon twelv monts sine I wor s wo red in. After that we wor towled to attend what they caal squad dril. Well tha fust evenin' when I corned into tha shed, a little short thick-set stout fella, with a red coat on, sed to me, " You're late ; what's you're name?" "Bozy," sez 1. " Rozy what," sez he. " Why, Eozy Paul, to ba sure," sez I again, " Well, fall in there," an' so I ded. The...
MELBOURNE. [From our own Correspondent.] Melbourne, October 7. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 18 October 1878
MELBOURNE. [From our own Correspondent.^ Melbourne, October 7. I have a long list of arrears to pull up in this note; and in the first place I must briefly indicate the course of political events since I last wrote, and afterwards deal with other matters of more or less importance. I com mence the task unwillingly, being both tired and lazy—which of the two predominates just now I don't know. However the work must be done, the appointed duty fulfilled, and so let me get at it at once. During the period that has elapsed since I last wrote the main event has been the passing through Committee of the Government Eeform BUI. Not without some trouble was it done though, and the trouble came from the Government side of the House—a Mr. Williams moving an amendment to one clause of the measure, proposing to extend the advantages of the plebisoitum to all money bills. The Govern ment opposed the amendment, arguing that it would be better to pass the measure in its entirety as introduced, leav...
OUR CITY LETTER. (From our own Correspondent.] Adelaide, October 16, 1878. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 18 October 1878
OUfi CITY LETTER. (Tram our own Correspondent.] Adelaide, October 16, 1878. Messrs. lElder, Smith, & Co., the leading mercantile firm of Adelaide, having recently announced their intention to enter upon another branch of the wool trade—that of woolbrokers or auctioneers, a considerable number of persons was attracted to their opening sale on Tuesday, October 15, but as you will no doubt hare had a full report for warded to you, it is unnecessary for me to mention any particulars. There was some excitement caused on Tues day by the receipt of news from the Port that the ship Glen Osmond, which had been towed out to the anchorage on Monday night, and was expected to remain at anchor in the face of the rough weather, was nowhere to be seen. Some persons feared that being in ballast she had heeled over and gone down ; it seemed certain that she could not have gone south down the Gulf in the teeth of the i gale, but for several hours nothing was heard of her, but at last it was r...
MIDLAND ROAD BOARD. RIVERTON: TUESDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1878. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 18 October 1878
MIDLAND BO AD BOAED. Rivebtok : Tuesday, Octobeb 15, 1878. Present—Messrs. JL Killicoat, J.P. (in the cliair), J. Bowden, J.P., R. Kelly, J.P., and J. Moule, Commissioners; Mr. J. Morris, S uperintending-S urveyor; and Mr. J. J. Rliead, Secretary. Minutes of last meeting read and con firmed. An apology was offered through the Sec retary for the absence of the Chairman. IirsPECXioy of Roads. In the Chairman's absence, it was resolved to defer the report of the Board's survey of the roads in that portion of the district already inspected. Land Taken by Boabd. The Surveyor gave in a return showing the quantity of land taken by the Board for road purposes in several places. COBBESPONDENCE. 121. From Balaklava District Council, pointing out that Council had not received any reply to its former letter requesting Board to recommend that the road from Balaklava to Redhill should be placed on the Schedule of Main Roads as there was a large traffic on it. The Secretary said no such letter as ...
RABBIT-MEAT PRESERVING COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 18 October 1878
BABBIT-MEAT PRESERVING^ COMPANY. Pursuant to advertisement, a special meet ing of the shareholders o£ this Company was held at the Institute, on Wednesday the 16th, to consider a proposal for voluntarily winding up the Company. The chair was occupied by Mr. D. Nock, J.P., Chairman of the Board of Directors. The Secretary read the minutes of proceed ings at the previous meeting, which were con firmed. The Chairman having stated the object, announced with great sorrow that they were in a still worse position than they knew of at last meeting, as on the 14th a telegram was received stating that the whole of the 800 boxes sent home per Aeonagua had turned bad,onJwhicb they had paid an advance of 21s. per box. This took away all hopes of pay ing their creditors in full, unless the share holders were like himself, willing to pay more rather than the creditors should suffer. There was yet the faint hope that not all the meat was bad, as the Manager never before heard of such a thing as the...
NEW SOUTH WALES. Sydney, October 14. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 18 October 1878
UEW SOUTH WALES. Sydney, October 14. The net earnings of the railways m New South Wales last year amounted to 4'47 per cent, on the capital expended in die construc tion. Sydney, October 15. This afternoon Governor Robinson per formed the ceremony of opening an extension of the Northern Railway from Quirindi to Tamworth, a distance of 38 miles, making the length of the line in all 182 miles from New castle. There was a large concourse of visitors. The affair was attended with great eclat.