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BELALIE. [From our own Correspondent.] October 11, 1878. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 25 October 1878
BELALIE. pTrom our own Correspondent.] October 11, 1878. The inhabitants of ±telalxe were complain ing for want of rain a short time since, but they have no need to complain now, for it came down here for a day and a night, filling the dams and tanks, causing an abun dant supply of water for all. I believe this rain will do mucli good to the country, but some are afraid of the rust coming. I' have not seen any about here yet, and hope I will not see any. The crops generally are loot ing well, but they are not so forward here as in some parts. Some of the earliest will be out in ear very soon. Our State school at East Belalie is doing well and has about fifty scholars. I believe the Inspector was much pleased with it when he was up. Mr. Price has recovered from his illness, and his shrill whistle may be heard at half-past 9 a.m. as usual. The snakes have been out warming them selves in the sun before the rain came, and a little boy not far from this place was out in the grass and pic...
LOCAL TELEGRAMS. [From our City Correspondent.] Adelaide, October 24, 3.15 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 25 October 1878
LOCAL TEiiEGrEA.MS. [From our City Correspondent.] Adelaide, October 24, 3.15 p.m. At the Government sale of scrub lands to day of tlie south, part of the Hundred of BalakLava -was sold at a little over ]upset price; total, £5,329. The flower show was better than the last. The arrangements were superior. The pelar goniums, petunias, and azelias were [splendid. There was a small but good show of fruit— strawberries and apples particularly. The vegetables were good. The Hesperus, seventy-fire days out, arrived to-day with immigrants. The South Aus tralian, eighty-four days out, also arrived.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 25 October 1878
ON MONDAY OCTOBER 28. AT THE FRANKLIN YARDS, KAPUNDA. TO FARMERS, CONTRACTORS, TEAM STERS, DEALERS, COACH PROPRIE TORS, LIVERY STABLEKEEPERS, AND OTHERS. IMPORTANT SALE OF 140 HORSES, 140 MOSTLY DIRECT FROM THE BREEDER. HEAVY DRAUGHTS. MEDIUM DRAUGHTS. COACHERS, HACKS. BUGGY AND CARRIAGE PAIRS. T ISTON, SHAKES, & CO. JLi - hare been favored with instructions from Mr. Henrj Kuerschner, to sell by auction, at the Franklin Yards, at one o'clock sliarp— -1 Af\ Head of SUPERIOR HORSES, lTW most of therafroiu Messrs. J. & J. Phelps' Albermarle Station, River Darling, and without ex ception the best lot of Colts ever offered in this market. Mostly unbroken. The above Horses include a number of really Splendid Colts and Fillies bred on the Station, and got by the -well-known Draught Stallion " Billy Grey," "whose sire -was the justly cele brated Imported Horse "Mount Wellington" (the largest entire horse in all Australia), ■whose bones when he died were forwarded to the Lond...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 25 October 1878
Business Directory. HAPUKDA. BREWSTER, R., Wine, Spirit, and General Merchant, Brewster's Build ings, Main-street. Agent for Salter's and other Wines. "PENH AM, W. H., Solicitor, Notary J3 Public, &c., Main-street. Money to lend on property under the Beal Property Act, or otherwise, at lowest rate of interest. ERUCE, JOHN" A., Auctioneer, Land, Loan, and General Commission Agent. Money to Lend'in laige or small TYUMBRECK, THOMAS, Tanner jij and Currier, near Morning Star. Leather of every description on hand and to order. Bark, Hides, and Skins, &e., bought. TWMBEECK, WILLIAM, Tanner JL/ and Currier, Burra-road, (late Fritli's). Bark, Hides,, &c., bought. Leather on sale or to order—first quality. EMERSON, Mr., Solicitor, Main street, Kapunda. Money to lend on Mortgage or Deposit of Deeds. FAWCETT'S SO OTHINGr POWDKBS, for Children T«ethii]g. Sold in Packets at One Shilling; or by postj for Seven Stamps. Address, R. Fawcett, Chemist, Kapunda. MEINER, J., Pian...
COMMERCIAL. (From our own Correspondent.] Adelaide, October 24,1878. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 25 October 1878
COMMERCIAL. (Trom our own Correspondent.] Adelaide, October 24,1878. Business continues very dull, it is the same whether it is desired to buy or to sell, the opposite parties can with difficulty be got to agree to price, but very little—almost nothing is doing. Quotations are, wheat .4/10 f.o.b. Country flour £10 12/6 to £10/15. Bran 1/3. There were some sales of wheat reported yesterday afternoon at 4/11 f.o.b. at Port Adelaide, and a parcel of first class country flour at £10 17/6. ♦ " Kapuoda Herald" Office, October 24,1878. Wheat—4/3 per bushel. .. Hax-*r£2 10/ per ton. - - Wholesale. Retail. Hour ... ... £ll l0/perton 27/per bag Bran ... - 1/4 per bush. 1/5 per bush. Pollard ... 1/5 " 1/6 Hams ... ... -/S^perlb: - /lO perlb. • Bacon ... ... /7 " /9 " Cheese /6 " , /8 " Butter 17 " /9 " Eggs ... ... /7 per doz. /9perdoz.
MAIL NOTICES. Post-Office, Kapunda. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 25 October 1878
MAIL NOTICES. Post-Office, Kapunda. Mails close at this Office as under— For Adelaide and intermediate places, 6,45 a.m., 9.45 a.m., 4.5 p.m., aud 6,30 p.m. For Eudunda and Morgan at 10 a.m. For Allandale, Hamilton, Man-able, Saddle worth, and places on tlie Burra-road at 10 p.m. daily. For Bagot's Well at 10.20 a.m. For St. John's and Koouurtga on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays, at 10.50 a.m. Mails arrive at this office as under.-— From Adelaide and intermediate places, at 10.5 a.m., 1.36 p.m., and 7 p.m. From Eudunda and Morgan at 6.40 p.m. From Bagot's Well, an 8 p.m. From St. John's and Koonunga, at 9.30 a.m., on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays.
BROADBRIM'S PARIS LETTER. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 29 October 1878
BBOADBBIM'S PABIS LETTEE. There are two points in the Paris Exposi tion which, for weeks and weeks, have been constant centres of attraction. Gro when you will, early in the morning, or when the shadows of night are falling the eager, anxious, excited throng seems always to be the same. One of these points is the exhibition made by the diamond merchants and jewellers of Paris; the other is the exhibition of the crown j iwels of France. While the simple monetary value repre sents many thousands of millions of francs, the historical interest which centres around the national collection is above and beyond all estimate. It is not often that the com mon herd are allowed to feast their eyes on such a sight. In many places on the con tinent are rich and royal collections, and in the Tower of Loudon may be seen the jewels jof the crown of England, but the visitor is hurried along and at the very moment his attention is excited by something of absorbing interest, a gentle push from the anxi...
WESLEYAN MIDDLE DISTRICT SESSIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 29 October 1878
WESLEYAjST JIIDDLE DISTK1CT SESSIONS. The following minutes of tlie Sessions which "were commenced in the Kapunda Church on Tuesday last were forwarded to us, but unfortunately arrived too late for insertion in Friday's issue:— Present—Revs. C. II. Goldsmith (Chair man), Burgess, Newman, Simpson, Campbell, Grillingliam, Martin, and James. Aftex- the usual devotional exercises the Chairman con gratulated the members of the meeting on the happy circumstances under which the brethren met. Revs. Burgess and Newman re plied, congratulating the Chairman on his accession to office, emphasizing the fact that he was the first instance of a minister who had commenced his ministry in South Aus tralia taking that position. The Rev. H. T. Burgess was elected Secretary; Rev. J. X. Simpson, Journal Secretary; and Rev. R. W. Campbell, Reporter for the Press. Moved by Mr. Campbell, seconded by Mr. Newman, and carried—" That in future pro bationers be required to preach before the District Meeting; r...
GAWLER. Captain—Mr. J. Coache. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 29 October 1878
G-awieb. Captain—Mr. J. Coaehe. Coacbe, run out ... ... ... 0 Muimo, c. Pearce, b. Clark ... ... 0 Bay, b. Neale ... ... ... 9 Richardson, b. Clark ... ... 0 Turner, b. Neale ... ... ... 2 Tardiff, c. and b. Clark ... ... 4 Moss, b. NeaJe ... ... ... 0 K-eiidall, b.' ISTeale ... ... ... 0 Adams, st. Clark, b. Neale ... ... 0 Levick, b. JSeale ... ... ... 0 Causley, not out ... ... ... 0 Byes 8 Total 23 Bowling Analysis. Balls. Buns. Wkts. W. L. Neale ... 25 6 6 A. Clark ... 24 9 3
CRICKET. KAPUNDA V. GAWLER. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 29 October 1878
CRICKET. Kapcnda r. Gawieb. A match between scratch teams from these towns was played at Gawler, on Saturday, October 26. The Kapunda team (which was two men short through the absence of the Hamilton contingent) proceeded by the mid day train to " modern Athena." Here a four in hand, kindly sent by the local Club, was m waiting to drive them to Frankel's Hotel, where luncheon had been provided. Play was commenced about 2 o'clock by the Gawler men assuming the defensive. Their innings was of brief duration, and closed for a total of 23, of which 8 were byes, longstop being the weak point in the Kapunda field. This small score was owing to the excellent bowling of Messrs. W. L. Neale and A. Clark, the former having the splendid average of six wickets for 6 runs, and the latter three for 9. Clark splendidly stumped Adams off a fast one from Neale. The Kapunda men com menced their innings in an unfortunate man ner, Neale being run out before receiving a ball. Clark batted in fine style ...
GAWLER. [From our own Correspondent.] October 27, 1878. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 29 October 1878
GAWLEE. (Trom our own Correspondent.] October 2?. 187R. The sudden decease of the wife of our respected townsman, Mr. T. O. Jones, cast quite a gloom over the town. The funeral was largely attended. The deceased was much respected for her genial good-hearted ness. The Kev. Charles Clark paid us another visit 011 Thursday and gave his lecture ou " Oliver Cromwell," and was as usual inter rupted by a stupid fellow, who was speedily in troduced to a gent in blue who civilly showed liim down stairs. The rev. gentleman will retain a lively recollection of Gawler in years, to come.
CORRESPONDENCE. THE STOCKPORT SHOW. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 29 October 1878
COBRESPONDENCE. It mast be understood that we do not necessarily endorse the opinions of Correspondents under this heading. THE STOCKPORT SHOW. TO THE EDITOB. Sir—In this day's Herald you have a para graph respecting the Stoekport Show, in which you do great injustice to Mr. McLaclilau, the Treasurer of the Wooroora Agricultural Society, in stating that he had drawn a cheque out in fa-vor of himself. The facts of the case are these. There was an eiTor committed, but it was caused by Mr. J. Hogan, who entered his mare iu two classes and did not change his number so when the number was given me it was the number Mr. McLachlan's mare was entered in my boot, and I entered the prize accordingly. It was me not Mr. McLachlan than drew the cheque, for; Mr. McLachlan had left Stock port after signing what cheques I thought I should require, so it was too late to get another cheque. It was paid over to Mr. J. Hogan who was the prize-taker, and at the same time explained to him how the error o...
NEW SOUTH WALES. Sydney, October 24. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 29 October 1878
NEW SOUTH WALES. Svdnev, October 24. In replying to the representations made by a deputation of squatters respecting the im portation of stock, the G-oveniment announced that they are not prepared to return to the prohibitory measures previously in force, as they are of opinion that under the present strict regulations stock may be safely intro duced. The Assembly has approved of a resolution for an address to the Governor in reference to a grant not exceeding £10,000 in aid of an International Exhibition.. In the Council the third reading was passed of the Grape Vines and Grapes Importation Prohibition Sill. NEW ZEALAND. "Wellington, October 25. The City of Auckland has buried herself eight feet in sand. Her sternpost and fore foot are gone. The captain has ordered the ship to be dismantled. The chance of saying the cargo is doubtful, and of saving the vessel there is none. LOCAL TELEGrBAMS. [From our own Correspondent.] Adelaide, October 28, 2.50 p.m. The ship Glen Osmond was towe...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 29 October 1878
THE GOOD OLD ENGLISH REMEDY FOB ALL DISEASES. ESTABLISHED O.VEB, FIFTY YE ASS. Elf OWN Alit OYER THE WOEID. For upwards of half a Ceutury KATE'S WOES DELIi'S PILLS have been esteemed as the best remedy for tlie prevention and cure of disease. Their use renders the Doctor unnecessary in the family, Acting on the blood, they purify it from all humours, rendering the life-giving fluid healthy in its action, and consequently restoring and estab lishing the health of the invalid. These Pills are invaluable to Emigrants, being a certain remedy for all Diseases of tlie Stomach, Ijungs, Iiiver, &c. Are equally adapted for all ages and either sex. Persons residing in the Colonies who cannot have recourse to medical advice will therefore find them indispensable. The Proprietor has inliis possession thousands of testimonials bearing witness to the wonderful efficacy of this invaluable medicine, a selection of which accompanies each box. Sold by all Chemists and other Dealers in Patent ...
OUR CITY LETTER. [From our own Correspondent.] Adelaide, October 26, 1878. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 29 October 1878
OUE CITY LETTER. [From our own Correspondent.] Adelaide. October 26. 1878. The complaints about our railway traffic management are loud, deep, and constant, and surely will culminate in something before long. One effect on the Port line is that the goods traffic is sensibly decreasing, and several large firms have made arrangements to have their goods carried by horse teams, which they find cheaper as well a6 far more certain and expeditious than by rail. They have established stables and goods sheds of their own on the Port-road so as to divide the double journey conveniently and economise time. The public will probably have to thank the " Traffic Muddler" for saving the country the expense of laying down the extra line of rails, which the Government proposed should be placed on the Port line to meet the increasing traffic. At the rate goods and passengers are now being driven away from the railway, drays and omnibuses oughtjto be doing well. The latest bit of chaff is to stop a ma...
MONTHLY CALENDAR—OCTOBER. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 29 October 1878
I MONTHLY CALENDAR— OCTOBER. J Sun. Moon. Day of Month and. Week. Rises. Sets. Bises. 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 25 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 Wednes...
The Kapunda Herald. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1878. DIRECT MAIL SERVICE. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 29 October 1878
Wfyt Haputtta i^eraltr. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1878. DIRECT MAIL SEBYICE. We are glad to find that the G o vernment aud the Parliament are alive to the necessity which exists of showing Victoria that this colony is not prepared to be sat upon by the the Government of that Province in the matter of mail communication with the mother country; but that if our just geographical and social claims are to be ignored by Victoria in any new mail contract into which she may enter, by the stipulation that our mails shall be carried past our port on to Melbourne thence to be brought back by the coasting steamers, we as a colony shall decline to have anything to do with such contract, and will enter into one on our own behalf, by which we shall be able to secure the advantages to which we are justly entitled without having to sue therefor as a favour at the hands of our wealthier but somewhat selfish neigh bour. At present, as most of our readers will be aware, Victoria is the colony which has ent...
MAGISTRATES' COURT, MONDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1878. [Before Mr. J. Varley, S.M.] REGAN V. MOLONY. MOLONY V. REGAN. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 29 October 1878
MAGISTRATES' COURT, Monday, October 28, 1878. ("Before Mr. J. Yarley, S.AI.l Regan v. Molont. MOLOIfT v. Re&an. These were cross-informations for assault on Monday, October 21, 1878, and were heard together, Mr. Emerson appearing for Molony, and Mr. Davis for Began. W. Regan, bootmaker, Kapunda, examined by Mr. Davis—Had been letting some cot tages known as Knight's cottages in Clare road. Defendant occupied one. Could not say who occupied the other now; it was vacated on the 18th by the then tenant— Rogers. On the 18th a woman from the Burra took it from witness, and she paid a week's rent in advance. On the 21st sent his son to defendant to get the key, but he did not get it. Shortly afterwards witness saw defendant in the Main-street, and asked for the key, saying he had let the house. Defen dant said he had let the house. Had not given him any authority to act as his agent to let it, and told him he had no power to let the house, and that he (witness) would go and open t...