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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 1 May 1868
HQ USE HOLD FURNITURE, &c: PIT SATURDAY, MAY 2. AT ONE O'CLOCK, AT "CBASE'S ROOM, KAPUNDA. WITHOUT ANY RESERVE. JOHN SMALL is instructed by J. S, Browne, Esq., S.M., to sell by auction, as above Ail his GENERAL HOUSEHOLD FURNI TURE, &c., including- r Walnut Harmonium, as good as new Telescope Dining Table Beds and Bedding Kitchen Utensils China, Glass, and Crockery Pictures, Clocks Mangle and Washing Machine Double and Single Plated Harness. Churns, Milk Dishes Double-barrelled Gun and Revolver, new 2 Shower Baths ^jC;, £C., &lt;5LC P Without any reserve. MR. EOTHERINGrliAM'S HOUSE AND LAND. AT CEASE'S RQOM, KAPUNDA. ON SATURDAY, MAY 9. AT TWO O'CLOCK, TOHN SMALL is instructed by Mr. ^ Thomas Fother ingh am tp sell by auction, as above IN CONSEQUENCE OF HIS LEAVING THE DISTRICT PART of ALLOTMENT No. 3, SECTION 1467, VICTORIA TOWNSHIP, con taining THREE ACB.ES, Fronting Tfigli ptreet aiid West-terrace, newly Fenced with six wires; with the HOUSE, con taining S...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 1 May 1868
TO ADY EE TI S E R S in tlie KAPUNDA HERALD.-The following is the SGAI/E of DISCOUNTS oil Advertisements in tlie KAPUJ\UA H hiK,ATwhen prepaid: iraertioiw!.. } 1*d' tke Shilling, or 12\ per cent. iSetkoS 8. } 3d- Tthe Shilling, or 25 per cent. Wrtfi1! } 3id* in the Shilling, or 29£ per cent. d^Jqrtr.} ^ TtheSfaming>or 83^Percent The Scale of Charges is as follows: Two lines ... One Shilling. Three lines ... One Shilling and Sixpence. Pour lines "... Two Shillings. Five lines ... Two Shillings and Sixpence. Six lines Two Shillings and Sixpence. Each line more Four-pence. Figure, 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face or back of advertisements ; and, where no order is given, advertisements will be continued until countermanded^ or out of date. Orders for the. discontinuance of advertisements cannot be at tended to after Wednesday evenings. All. such orders must be in writing, otherwise the proprie tors...
KAPUNDA MARKET PRICES. "Kapunda Herald" Office, Friday, May 1, 1868. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 1 May 1868
KAPUNDA MARKET PEICES. " Kapunda Herald " Office, Friday, May 1, 18GS. Wheat, new 8/ to 8/3 per bushel Flour, per ton, £22 to £23 Ditto, per bag, 48/ to 50/ Ditto, per lb, 3d Dread, per 21b loaf, 6d liran, per busliel, 1/3 to 1/6 Pollard, ditto, 1/8 Seconds, 2/ Hay, per ton, best, 35/ to 40/ Deef, per lb, 3d to 4d Mutton, ditto, 2d and 3d Pork, ditto, 5d to 6d Si,eats and Chops, ditto, 4d Hanis, (Eng.) ditto, 1/G; colonial baoDii, 9d Dutter, (Fresh) per lb, 1/2 Eggs, per dozen, lid Potatoes, new, Id per lb 7/6 per cwt. Plums, 4d per quart Apples, 3d per pound Grapes, 2d ditto
ADELAIDE CORN MARKET. Adelaide, April 30, 1868. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 1 May 1868
ADELAIDE CORN MAEKET. Adelaide, April 30,1868. We iiare no improvement in Wheat and Flour to report. Business is very dull, especially since the reported shipments of Californiaii and Chilian breadstuffs to Australia, of "vvliicli particulars may be looked for in a few days. Buyers are very cautious in their operations, -whilst hol ders will not submit to any reduction in prices. Bran and Pollard remain in steady demand at full rates. Oats and Barley are still dull of sale. We quote to-day Wheat, best samples, 8/6 to 9/ per bushel; Flour, £21 to £23 per ton ; Bran, 1/5 per bushel; Pollard, 1/8 to 1/9; Cape Barley, 2/6 to 3/; En glish ditto, 4/ to 5/; Cape Oats, 3/3 to 3/9; English ditto, 4/6 to 5/. A. F. CHRISTEN & CO*
WATERVALE. April 28, 1868. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 1 May 1868
WATERVALE. [From our own Correspondent.] April 28,1868. On Sunday last an accident happened to the son of Mr. Paul Badcock, of this township. It appears that the unfortunate youth was playing with some small tins containing a good quantity of gunpowder, when dropping a lighted lucifer in, the powder exploded in his face, severely scorching his countenance, as also his neck. Prompt remedies were instantly applied, and Dr. Walls (of Auburn) called in, who reports it as nothing very serious, and that he is progressing favourably. This is another illustration of the necessity of keeping such dangerous material out of the way of careless lads, and a lesson to them to have more respect and reverence for the Fourth Commandment. Business is veiy dull just now, but it is to be hoped in the course of time and events that the untiring energy, perseverance, and industry of the inhabitants will be rewarded by a speedy re vival of business and reanimation of all matters pertaining to the township...
A RAKE'S PROGRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 8 May 1868
A HAKE'S PROGRESS. A more painful case has seldom come before tlie public than jbhat which has recently been brought to a conclusion at the Central Criminal Court. No disregard of abstract justice is involved in the acknowledgement that we should gladly have learnt, not that a less severe sentence had been passed upon the delinquent, but that the circumstances had been such as to justify the exercise of greater leniency. Few men, amidst tlie higher rants of English society, can have entered upon life with brighter prospects than the young baronet who now commences the dreary labor of eighteen months' penal servitude. Nine years ago Sir Eardley Gideon Culling Eardley came of age, being at that time heir to a baronetcy, to a very large and unencumbered property, and to an "honoured name. His father not only bore a high character, but was celebrated for his active zeal and benevolence 5 through his parents the young man was connected with many families of .distinction, who owe their re...
THE "DOUGHTY TIGHBORNE" BOWLED OUT. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 8 May 1868
THE " DOUGHTY TIGHBO BNE " BOWLED OUT. When, many months ago, we exposed this im pudent attempt on the part of Tom De Castro, Otherwise Tom the Cutter, once of Deniliquin, to secure for himself and his heirs, the Baronetcy and broad lands of the Tichborne family, we were accused of prejudice against De Castro.. Knowing bnt lifctle of Mm, not having the honour of his acquaintance while he belonged to the butchering trade in this town, it could not be supposed that we had any animus against the quasi " Doughty , Tichborne." De Castro never came within the range of probability as the lost heir, and as _we Wrote from accumulated facts for and against him, collected with great care, we felt satisfied (the age of miracles having long since passed away) that De Castro could not possibly be the long lost Roger Charles Doughty Tichborne. De Castro ivas3 when here, a butcher's assistant, and held other occupations, which do not prejudice us in the least, as " Douglityer" men than Castro have,...
MUNICIPAL CORPORATION. TUESDAY, MAY 5. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 8 May 1868
M CJJSICIPAL CO'KPuKATION. TUESDAY, MAT S. Present-His Worship the Mayor, Councillors Fry, Francis, Harden, Miellor, .Nicholson, and Nock; and the Town Clerk. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. Councillor Mellor appealed against the fine inflicted on him for beiag late at the previous meeting, and it was rescinded. CORRESPONDENCE. . Bead, a letter from Mr. W. Anderson, asking for an entrance to his place in the Railway-road across the footpath. Granted. Bead, a letter from Kapunda District Council, asking tlie Corporation to join them in repairing j the road near the Copper Company's property. Resolved, that as that road forms no part of the Corporation the Council have no power to comply ?with the request of the District Council. Bead, a letter from Mr. Gr. Burford, complain- : ing of the manner in which the quarries in; Dutton's Hill were worked, thereby endangering the safety of himself and family by the showers of stones falling about liis place, and as...
DECLARATION OF THE POLL. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 8 May 1868
DECLARATION OF THE POLL. The official declaration of the poll took place at the balcony of the Sir John Franklin at noon on | "Tuesday, the 5th hist., the band on the approach of. Messrs. Hart and Lewis striking up " See the conquering hero comes." Mr. Browne (Returning Officer) announced the result of the voting of the voting of the previous day to be as under :-Allen, 392 ; Barrow, 18 ; Hart, 636 ; Kruger, 223 ; Lewis, 629. It was therefore his duty to declare John Hart and William Lewis the duly elected members for the district. (Cheers.) He thanked them for their orderly behaviour on the previous day, and hoped their representatives might prove to be good and true men. At the conclusion of these remarks three cheers were given for the Returning Officer. Captain Hart, who was received with cheers, said he was exceedingly obliged for the proud position they had placed him in-the more so as but few had voted for him alone, but also for the next best man, or rather he should say the...
FAREWELL TO MR. BROWNE, S.M. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 8 May 1868
'FAREWELL TO MR. BROWNE, S.M. j A very pleasing ceremony took place at the Commercial Room of CraBe's Hotel on Tuesday afternoon last, namely the presentation to Mr. J. S. Browne, on the occasion of his departure from amongst us, of two numerously-signed addresses, one from his personal friends and the other from the general public, expressive of the high esteem in which Mr. Browne is held, and of the general regret at his departure. There was also a more tangible mark of the good wishes of the subscri bers, in the form of an elegant tea and coffee service (from the establishment of our townsman, Mr Kemp) the various pieces bearing Mr Browne's c "t st and motto, in addition to a suitable inscrip tion engraved on the tea-pot. His Worship the Mayor having been voted to the chair, said they had met together to give ex pression to the unanimous feelings of respect and esteem entertained throughout the district for the gentleman who was about to leave them. The gathering was of a somewha...
THe Kapunda Herald. FRIDAY, MAY 8, 1868. THE RESULT OF THE ELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 8 May 1868
Wbi JKapuutja Heraltu FRIDAY, MAY 8, 1868. THE RESULT OF THE ELECTIONS. The election of the members to represent the District of Light in the ensuing Parlia ment is now an accomplished fact, and we trust that if any party feeling has been engendered during the contest it may, like the contest, become a thing of the past. Where five candidates offer themselves to supply two vacancies, all of whom have their particular adherents and supporters, it is evident that the result can only be gratifying to the friends of two, and mast cause disappointment to those of the re jected trio. As the representation of minorities, though excellent in theory, has not yet been reduced to a matter of prac tice, the minorities must gracefully yield to the decree of the majority, and for the advancement of their own interest should, further opposition being useless, do their utmost to strengthen the hand of those who for weal or woe are to be their representa tives in the enduing Parliament. In the displ...
KAPUNDA INSTITUTE. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 8 May 1868
KAPUNDA INSTITUTE. TO THE EDITOR. Sir-As the President of the Institute is about' leaving the- district, would it not be better to have a meeting of the Committee, and decide on what thej are going to do with the money ool* lected for erecting the new building. . If soiiuav. thing is not done shortly, contributors will have a right to expect their money returned" with interest. Another reason for pushing on' the: affair is, the Government are not likely to make : another offer of similar assistance until the year before-the next G-eneral Elections. So now is the time-although the season is bad, the townspeople can exert themselves for the good of the public generally, themselves included. WHIP BEHIND.
GOVERNMENT ACCOUNTS. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 8 May 1868
GOVERNMENT ACCOUNTS. A standing grievance with all. parties who transact business with the Govern ment is the extreme dilatoriness and un certainty of the officials in passing the various accounts for payment-an evil which though felt to 8ime extent by the larger contractors and tradespeople, Dresses most heavily on tbe smaller contractors and those emnloved by them. One would naturally suppose that as the Government have the necessary funds, all work certified as correct by the Surveyors, &c , would be paid lor within a reasonable time, or at tbe period rixed for such pay ments to be mate. Such, however, is not the case. Several cases in wliich this delay in making the npcessary payments on the part of the Government ha* been accompanied with particular hardship have been brought under our notice, in connec with the construction of the Roseworthv and Forreste-s Railway. The Government laudably enough wishing to assist th-> farmers, let a number of small contracts for the...
CORRESPONDENCE. GRASS ON FALLOW LAND. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 8 May 1868
CORRESPONDENCE. GBASS ON FALLOW LAND. TO THE EDITOR. Sir-I beg to warn my brother farmers against sowing their early fallow without first scarrifying or re-ploughing, as the rains of last year caused a great deal of grass to grow between the furrows, which seeded and spread all over the paddocks. This is -excellent weather for destroying any rubbish. As a general rule, the more grass there is growing on land at seed time, the less wheat there will be at harvest. It is better to be a little later and reap a crop, than put the need in early among the grass and reap half a crop. I am, Sir3 &c., A FAEMER.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 8 May 1868
Holloway's Pills.-The Perfection of Medicine.-Nothing can surpass this restorative of the invalid; let the malady be what it may, or be it seated where it will, these fine, purifying Pills will address themselves to its removal, and steadily accomplish their purpose. They cleanse the blood, and by that means not only prevent the deposit of unwholesome materials, but stimulate the absorbents to remove all corrupt or worn-cut substances. Thus have Holloway's Pills won their way to public estimation, which is obtainable and retainable alone by what is intrinsically good. The significancy of these remarks will be ap preciated by thousands who took these Pills as a last resource, and derived from them renovated health, after hope was almost abandoned. - A WAKNINa. DO you suffer from physical incapacity */ Are you suffering from nervous debility ? Have you been the guilty victim of any secret vice? Do you suffer from a set of symptoms nearly akin more or less to the following:-A pretty fa...
SKILLOGOLEE CREEK. May 5, 1868. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 8 May 1868
SKILLuGOLEd CtiEEK. [From our own Correspondent.] May 5,1868. If no news is good news, then I must be a bearer of good tidings, for surely never was there sucli a dearth of anything of at all an interesting nature, unless I mention that special thanksgiving was offered here on Sunday last, for the deliverance of the Prince, and his ultimate recovery, the service concluding with the National Anthem. This is I believe the only matter worthy of note. As I suppose the same plan was adopted in every other part of the colony, the day having been set apart specially for the purpose, after all it can scarcely be called news-30 that my this week's letter may be looted upon in the light of the old -Ex nihilo nihil Jit.
THE ELECTION PROCEEDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 8 May 1868
THE ELECTION PROCEEDINGS. As bad been expected, Monday last was a notable daiv in the district, and from early dawn until long, after the shades of evening- had enveloped our corporate town grear was the state of excitement which prevailed. Across the Main-street, at various; intervals, streamers were hung-, impressing on the' reading electors the superlative claims of this or that candidate, tl e competition in this respect being chiefly confined to Messrs Hart and Lewis ; firrt voa were toll to vote for *' Lewis and the jMurrav Tramway." then for " Hart and & liberal Land Bill." next for "Lewis, t&e Local Candidate," and again for " Hart and stoppage of immigration." Tne various shopkeepers on opening their various places of business found tangible proofs of native industry on the pirt of numeious extern- j potispd bill stickers, who had almost in variably affixed the greatest number of bil|s in suj port of each particular candi date oa the shutters of those most s...
MISCELLANEA. A JOUBNEY THROUGH A HOT REGION. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 8 May 1868
MISCELLANEA. A JOUBNET THROUGH A HOT REGION. : -It is now some centuries ago since a description of the infernal regions was given to the world by an actual visitor; it is a singular proof of the adventurous disposition ot the Yankees that they shoulJ ! be the first to open up this neglected j region of travel. It is more remarkable j that the locale of the infernal regions j should be changed since they were tra- i versed by the hero of the .ZEaeid; and it is by no means flattering to the Americans that so warm and unpleasant a place should j have been transported to their borders. | We will explain. Taking up an American i paper the other day, we discovered a para graph from the " Montana Post," a Western Paper, to the effect that "An exploring party which had been to the head 'water of the Yellowstone River has just returned, and reports seeing one of the greatest wonders of the world. For eight days the party traversed through a volcanic country emitting blue flame and a living ...
SADDLEWORTH. May 6, 1868. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 8 May 1868
SADDLE WORTH. [Prom our own Correspondent! May 6,1868. A serious and destructive fire broke out on the premises of Mr. John Manning, on Sunday evaning last, about nine o'clock. It is reported that he had a hundred bags of good wheat, besides horse feed, and a large quantity of flour, stored in his barn, when unfortunately, by some means it got on fire, and before any part eould be rescued, it was all burnt to ashes. The origin of the fire is unknown, and will probably remain so. The loss occasioned is estimated to be over £200. Mr. Manning was away from home when it oc curred. Trade on the whole is a little more brisk than it was a few months since. Mr. Warren has opened his new store. The general impression is, that a little competition will do no harm. Farmers are all busy with their ploughing. Every team available is engaged in making pre paration for the seed, in anticipation of another harvest.