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MUNICIPAL CORPORATION. MONDAY, MAY 18. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 22 May 1868
MUNICIPAL CORPORATION, MONDAY, MAT 18. Present-His Worship the Mayor, Councillors Bruce, Fiy, Francis, Harden, Mellor, Nock, Nicholson, and Howe ; and the Town Clerk. CORRESPONDENCE. ITI'K Worship read an account forwarded by Mr. "Baker claiming a balance of £19 as the' amount due to Trim, and enclosing a scale of measurements, "which differed considerably from the Clerk's measurements. It did not come to l»ira in time to be submitted to the Finance Com mittee, and he would recommend that the Clerk report thereon to next finance meeting. Councillor Nicholson asked if the work had been measured up by the Clerk of Works and the Surveyor in the presence of the contractor. The Town Clerk answered in the affirmative, and explained that Baker had not objected to the measurements at the tame. Bead, a letter from the Chief Secretary's office, dated May 9, stating that the Government awaited the report of the Engineer-in-Chief before paying over the balance of special grant for the dam. Beee...
CITY CORRESPONDENCE. Adelaide, May 21, 1868. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 22 May 1868
CITY CORRESPONDENCE. [From our own Correspondent.] Adelaide, May 21, 1868. The eagles are collecting together over poor Wardle. Notice has been given of twenty-two charges that are to be laid against him at the adjourned final hearing in June. They emanate from twenty-one different creditors, including Messrs. 0. Jacobs, Anthony Hall, Samuel Bake well, G-oode Brothers, J. M. Liuklater, J. Stilling and Co., Grerke & Bodemaim, Edelsten, Kings borough & Pearson, "William Henry Stacy, O. and R. "Wills & Co., Townsend, Bofcting, & Kay, Charles Jacobs, Joel Roberts, W- C. Buik, Joseph Darwent, Virgoe, Son, & Chapman, Acraman, Main, Lindsay, & Co., Walter Duffield & Co., W. Morgan & Co., and Harrold Brothers. These are all for fraud of one kind or another, besides which the assignees lay a special charge of mak ing away with property to the value of more than £1,000 within two months of his insolvency. I hear that great diffic...
WATERVALE. May 19, 1868. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 22 May 1868
WATERVALE. ("From our own Correspondent.] May 19,1868. Only one item this week, and that is that it is generally understood that tlie township will shortly possess an additional building and advantage, in the shape of a mill, and we certainly -wish the owner or owners all the luck in the world in their j new undertaking; indeed the inhabitants seem to be determined not to be behind their fellow colonists, and though certainly not the prettiest village in the world, it may yet be an important. town of South Australia.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 22 May 1868
important AND UNRESERVED SALE. CONTRACTOR'S PLANT. AT BLEECHMOKE'S YARDS, AUBURN, oar SATURDAY, MAY 23. AT ONE O'CLOCK. JEN KIN COLES is instructed by Mr. Patrick Kelly to Bell bj auction, as above, in consequence of his relinquishing his business as a Contractor The whole of his VALUABLE PLANT, com prising 4rFirst-class Heavy Draught TASMANIAST HORSES % Tip Drays, in good order 4 Sets Leading and Shaft Harness Lot of Wheelbarrows Crowbars, Sledges, Steel Drills Lot of Sundries &c., &c., &c. The Auctioneer can state with confidence that these horses are some of the finest ever offered in the North, being "in first-class condition, young, sound, and thoroughly stanch. Asx TfliAi ipxed sb GIVEN. Terms at Sale. . KTOfrg-TTf.ra.ATW. Off A CI A RTffRTM A TTTilTt,. IN CONSEQUENCE OF RELINQUISHING THAT BRANCH OF BUSINESS. ON SATURDAY, MAY 30. AT ONE O'CLOCK. AT CRASE'S ROOM, KAPUNDA. JENKIN COLES is instructed by Mr. E. Churchett to sell by auction, as above-? The W...
KAPUNDA MARKET PRICES. "Kapunda Herald" Office, Friday, May 22, 1868. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 22 May 1868
KAPUUDA MARKET PRICES. Kapunda Herald" Office, Friday, May 22, 1868. Wheat, new 7/3 per bushel Flour, per ton, £22 to £23 Ditto, per bag, 48/ Ditto, per ft, 3d Bread, per 21b loaf, 6d Bran, per bushel, 1/7 Pollard, ditto, 1/9 Seconds, 2/6 Hay, per ton, best, 35/ to 40/ Beef, per lb, 3d to 4d Mutton, ditto, 2d and 3d Port, ditto, 4d to 6d Steaks and Chops, ditto, 4d Hams, (Eng.) ditto, 1/6; colonial bacon, 9d Butter, (Fresh) per lb, 1/2 Eggs, per dozen, l/2d Potatoes, new, Id per lb 7/ per cwt.
ADELAIDE CORN MARKET. Adelaide, May 21, 1868. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 22 May 1868
ADELAIDE CORN MARKET. Adelaide, May 21,1868. The Wheat and Flour Market lias been again very dull during the week, and prices are again easier. There is not the least demand for export, and the home market is likewise inactive. Bran and Pollard are still firm, and in good demand. Barley and Oats remain dull of sale, and "without transactions. We quote to-day-Wheat, best samples, about 8/6 per bushel; Flour, £20 to £21 10/ per ton; Bran, 1/6 per bushel; Pollard, 1/9 to 2/; Cape Barley, 2/6 to 3/; English ditto, 4/ to 5/; Cape Oats, 3/3 to 3/9 j English ditto, 4/6 to 5/. A. F. CHRISTEN & CO"
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 22 May 1868
fW O AD VERTISERS in the A EAPUNDA HERALD--The following is the SCALE of DISCOUNTS on Advertisements in the KAPTTND A HERALD, when prepaid: 4 and 5 1lid. in the Shilling, or 12i per cent, insertions... i 6, 7, and 8 7 3^ ^ the Shilling, or 25 per cent, insertions... j 9,10, and 11") 3^^ the Shilling, or 29^ per cent, insertions... 3 insertion V ^ ^ RhilKnT, or 33 J peP cent, during qrtr.) The Scale of Charges is as follows: Two lines ... One Shilling. Three ... One Shilling and Sixpence. Four lines ... Two Shillings. liv® lines ... Two Shillings and Sixpence. Six !'*""« Two Shillings and Sixpence. Eachline more Four-pence. Figure, or Table-work Advertisement®, chafed 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 of advertisement® cannot be at tended to after /Wednesday evenings. All such j orders'must be i...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 29 May 1868
Holloway & Ointment and Pills. Skin Diseases.-It is acknowledged by all medical men that our well-being depends in a large mea sure on the natural measure on the natural action of the skin. Every precaution, therefore, Bhould be adopted to keep it in a healthy state, or, if already diseased, to set it right. Holloway'8 Ointment may be relied on for curing all cuta neous diseases. It arrests inflammations, re move* scurvy, heals ulcerations, obliterates blemishes, and restores elasticity and softness to harsh skins. It overcomes all obstructions of the pores, and promotes general perspiration. No scorbutic or scroffulous subject will be disap pointed in the result, if Holloway's Ointment and Pills be used according to their accompanying instructions, which contain fall information for self-treatment.-Advt A WAiiNlNU. DO you suffer from physical incapacity If Are you suffering from nervous debility! Have you been the guilty victim of any secret vice? Do you suffer from a set o...
LOCAL COURT—KAPUNDA. MONDAY, MAY 18. [Before J. Varley, Esq., S.M.] MAGISTERIAL. TEAGLE V. MAGUIRE. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 29 May 1868
LOCAL COURT-KAPtJN DA. MONDAY, MAT 18. [Before J. Yarlej, Esq., S.M-3 MAGHSTEBIAL. TEAGLE Y. MAGTJIEE. This was an information for assault- There was also a cross-information. j Mr. Emerson appeared for Teagle, and Mr. Brady for Maguire. Mr, G-eorge Teagle examined. By Mr. Emerson-Lived at XTotheringham's Brewery; was cellarman; bad known the de fendant for some years; remembered the 4th of May last; saw Magoire at between 7 and 8 that evening at the Brewery; witness was at work, and when he had done witness and Maguire and another person went to Johnson's house, about 100 yacds from the Brewery; witness and his wife, Sir. and Mrs. Talbot, Mrs. Watts, and Maguire went down to Johnson's; got there about a quarter-past 8; were all on good terms ; a general conversation took place ; remained nearly two hours; a man named Dawes also came in, and said that Allen was out-that he had no chance, he was ninety behind; witness spoke to the effect that thir was as it should be; had one bottle ...
BAPTIST ANNIVERSARY. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 29 May 1868
BAPTIST ANNIVERSARY. The anniversary of tlie Hill-street Baptist chapel was celebrated on Sunday and Tuesday last. On the former day the services -were con ducted by tlie Rev. J. S. Parsons, of Aogaston, wliose sermons were very eloquent, there being large congregations in the morning and evening, and a tolerable attendance in the afternoon. On Tuesday the Baptists had a full day's pro gramme, commencing with a devotional meeting in the forenoon, cold collation in the school-room at half past 12, bazaar in the afternoon, and a tea and public meeting in the evening. There was a pretty fair attendance at the j prayer meeting, which was conducted by the Rev. Mr. Price, of Alberton. The Rev. Mr. Lambert ^ engaged in prayer, as also did Messrs. Stobie, . Gates, Bellingham, Moody, and Neil. j At half-past 12 the friends adjourned to the ! schoolroom, where there was a very choice repast j tastily spread on the tables, the room being deco rated with ferns and a plentiful display of bunting...
NOMADIC SPINSTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 29 May 1868
NOMADIC SPJLNiSTJSKS. We were under the impression that the women who went about seeking1 adven tures and knights were things of the past, and had died with the age of chivalry. The Morning JPost, however, informs us chat the class is still represented. It appears that certain British virgins, with a taste ior travel, are in the habit of wan- J deiing- over the earth, and dropping in upon Her Majesty's Consuls when driven by stress of funds or weather to that neces sity. The celebrated pedestrian who passed through the Fenian country with a maiden smile and several attractive ornaments has still her imitators who affect Con tinental excursions j and, according ta the Post, one of the misfortunes of small diplomatists consists in the periodical visitations of young1 ladies who cannot re main at home. This is a curious state of things, and we must complaiu of the vagueness with which our contemporary only gives us a glimpse into the facts. Wherido the migratory virgins take flight? Wh...
FRIDAY, MAY 22. [Before J. S. Varley, Esq., S.M.] TEAGLE V. MAGUIRE. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 29 May 1868
FBIDAY, MAT 22. [Before J. S. Tarley, Esq., S.M.] TEAGM V. MAGPUTBE. The above case was resumed on this day, the case for the defence being gone into. Mars. Bedelia Johnson examined. By Mr. Brady-Remembered the evening of the 4th of May; Mr. and Mrs. Teagle, Mag aire, Mr. and Mrs. Talbot, Mr. Dawes, Mrs. Watts, and-witness and her husband, were at witness's house; could not say what time they arrived ; it was: just about dark; they spent a veiy pleasant evening;: after Mr. Davies came in there was some singing by Maguire and Teagle; remem bered Teagle calling for silence for Mrs. Talbot's song; Mr. Talbot commenced to sing, but broke down; did not remember hearing Teagle speak to Maguire after that; witness was not asked to sing; remembered Maguire getting up to go, he said he was not allowed to sing an Irish song; Mr.-Teagle asked-witness to play "The Flowers of Edinburgh;" Maguire told her not to do so as they would not hear an Irish song; witness went out with Mr. and Mrs. Teagle...
NOTICE TO COERESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 29 May 1868
NOTICE TO COERESPONDENTS. . Old ClEJE&rr.-We have received a letter from a correspondent signing himself as above, which, however, for three reasons we cannot publish-firstly, because our correspondent has not sent "us his name ; secondly, because our correspondent has written on both sides of the paper; and thirdly, because of the excessive length of the letter. We shall willingly publish a shorter letter on the sanie subject from our correspondent on' his sending his name. The letter complains very much of the desecration of the Lord's Day by many of the Kapunda resi dents, which the writer believes can only be caused by their disbelief of the truths contained in the Word of Grod on this subject.
BELVIDERE. MONDAY, MAY 18. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 29 May 1868
BELVEDERE. MONDAY, MAT 18 Present-All. Minutes of last meeting read and confirmed. Clerk to write to tlie Kapunda District Council in reference to road through T. Hine's; to the Central Bo ad Board, relative to the Truro-road,and to tlie Government, requesting payment of the balance on the assessment of 1867-8. Councillors O'Loughlin, Schmidt, and Lange, retire by ballot. Councillor Carey wrote t tendering his resignation, resolved that the same be accepted at the end of this current year. [Ratepayers on whom notice had been served, to get an additional notice to pay within ten days, if not proceedings to be immediately taken for the recovery of the rates. Overseer reported the satisfactory completion of Mr. Hill's contract; that of Martin McCarthy, not satisfactory. Receipts, 7/; payments, £37 6/8.
The Kapunda Herald. FRIDAY, MAY 29, 1868. THE COMING SESSIOJN. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 29 May 1868
Ci)t 'l&aputda Hcralti. FRIDAY, MAY 29, 1868. THE COMING SESSIOJN. It is now understood that the members I of Parliament will be called together tor the discharge of their legislatorial duties early in July, and the country looks forward with anxiety to that period, in order that an opinion may be formed by the manner in which hon. members shape ,-as to whether at this critical period in the colony's history the right men are really to be found in the right places. The pre sent position of the colony is one in which wisdom, of action rather than fluency of speech is required-a keen foresight as to the ultimate effects of the various causes now working together rather than any mere vapid eloquence. The great fault of our colonial legislators hitherto has un doubtedly been their proneness to useless verbiage. Subjects which afforded scope for the display of real or fancied oratorical power have engrossed the attention of the Legislature for weeks, though they were really of ve...
DISTRICT COUNCILS. LIGHT. SATURDAY, MAY 9. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 29 May 1868
DISTRICT COUNCILS. LIGHT. SATTTEDAY, MAY 9. RATEPAYERS' MEETINGS.-At the meetings of the ratepayers, held on the 9th insfc., one in each of the following Wards, the following gentlemen "were duly elected Councillors, viz.:-For Freezing Ward, Mr. Richard Green; for Railway Ward, Mr. James McNatnara; for Centre Ward, Mr. Peter Menz; for Linwood Ward, Mr. Jas. Bald; for Bethel Ward, Mr. Wm. Rhode. COTTNCIL MEETING.-SATUBDAY, MAT 16. Present-Councillors McNamara, G-reen, and Menz. Councillor MeNamara -was voted to the chair. Order made for the sale of the road be tween Sections Nos. 220 and 221. The Surveyor forwarded plan of road to go through Sections 3, 4, and 11; the Surveyor to be instructed to for ward it to the Surveyor-General. Clerk to pay necessary expenses. Works on road leading west of Freelrng reported finished, and passed for pay ment.
HAMILTON. May 27, 1868. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 29 May 1868
HAMILTON. [From our own Correspondent-3 May 27,1868. Some repairs being needed for St. Matthew's Church in this Township, a tea. meeting was held in the building on the afternoon of Friday, the 22nd instant; but owing to the inclemency of the weather, although the tables groaned beneath the sumptuous repast, the fragrant Bohea, and the tarts, and cream, yet the country would not turn out. The wet had come, more welcome to the thirsty soil, than to black suits and fancy bonnets, ergo, the attendance was limited. At 7 o'clock, the company adjourned to Mitchell's Assembly Rooms, where an entertainment was given by divers amateurs, (yclept Sixpenny Readings) the proceeds of which were to be devoted to the same purpose as those of the tea meeting. The Her. J. Smyth took the chair, and the fun commenced; but in vain did the ardent Pinsen extol the powers of rural intellect in "Hodge and the Squire;", in vain did an amateur lady touch the chords of the instrument; in vain did the Schoolmas...
STOCKPORT. MONDAY, MAY 2. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 29 May 1868
STOCKPORT. MONDAY, MAT 25 BATEPAYEBS' Meeting.-Councillor Manuel presiding. Councillor Lawrie proposed, and Mr. Howard seconded-"That the present meeting be adjourned until the first Council meeting in November next." Carried. COUNCIL MEETING. Present-The Chairman and all the Councillors. Various tenders were received; to stand over until next Council meeting. Councillor Young empowered to expend £2 on Megaw's crossing.
CITY CORRESPONDENCE. Adelaide, May 28, 1868. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 29 May 1868
CITY CORRESPONDENCE. [From our own Correspondent.] Adelaide, May 28, 1868. Tlie electors of Light and Stanley have had a narrow escape of a quashed election. Suppose you had returned my esteemed friend Ghjorgc Massey Allen, where would you be now ? Alas, poor Yoriek-flie scourger of iniquity in high, places the exposer of official corruption-the caterer of domestic sensationalism-has been hoist on his own petard- These jackals of lawyers are Siting over Ms carcase, and the publicans of Huidley-street are bemoaning the loss of their tap-room laureate. The Satirist libel case, alias the Unley noc turnal nudity dancing case, came off on Friday last, before Mr. Justice Wearing. It was the last day of the session-and thereby hangs a tale. Crovrded Court, and half a regiment of counsel at each side, the prosecution led by Mr. Bruce, and the defence by the Hon. J. T. Bagot. Defen dant, admitted the falsity of the libel, and the evidence proved that there was not a solitary word of truth in...