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VICTORIA. Melbourne, October 31. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 5 November 1878

VICTORIA. Melbourne^ October 31. I The Legislative Council to-day having passed the Felons' Apprehension Bill through all its stages adjourned until Wednesday next. In the Assembly this afternoon the Govern ment refused to consider the Mining on Private Property Bill sent down by the Coun cil. Mr. Berry read a telegram from Captain Standish dated from Mansfield, in -which it was stated that the body of Sergeant Kennedy had been found near the camp where the two constables were killed, pierced with, three bullett wounds. An amonnt of £25,000 re quired by the Board of I<and and Works for railway surveys passed the Committee and was agreed to by the House. Melbourne, November 2. The agreement between the Government and the Associated Banks for floating a Victorian loan has been signed bj Mr. Berry and Sir Greorge Verdon, and dispatched by the outgoing mail steamer. The debentures, re presenting half a million, were also forwarded. Mr. Berry found it impossible to forward a l...

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The Kapunda Herald. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1878. PERMANENT MILITARY FORCE. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 5 November 1878

Wfyt HapunUa f^eralti. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1878. PERMANENT MILITARY FOBCE. The question whether or not it is wise to establish a small permanent military force in South Australia is one which is just now undergoing con sideration at the hands of the mem bers of the Lower House. The Gov ernment have introduced a Billl to authorise the enrolment of 150 men. It is generally conceded, that it is de sirable to have a proper staff of trained men to take charge of the forts about to be erected at the Semaphore, but not a few hon. members appear to be of opinion that this is an attempt to get in the thin end of the wedge which if successful would lead to the imposition on the revenue of the very heavy burden of maintaining an un necessarily large standing army, ■which is a luxury that we as a young com munity can very well dispense with for some time to come. Then again some hon. members confidently as serted that the measure had. been, brought forward by the Grovernment through outside pr...

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THE KAPUNDA WATERWORKS. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 5 November 1878

THE KAPTODA WATERWORKS. Some years Bare now elapsed since we first urged in these columns the necessity which existed for providing some better supply of water for the town of Kapunda than that which has so far obtained, under which system each household was dependent on the rainfall caught on the roof of the house and stored in underground tanks, and in some cases in iron or ^alvanized-iron tanks, which latter being exposed to the heat of the 6un rendered the contents anything but cool or pleasant to drink at that particular season of the year when a drink of cold water is most refreshing. As we pointed out, the storage available was not' adequate to the wants of the town for domestic purposes, many of the houses indeed having little if any provision for storing water. For manu facturing purposes the supply has been altogether inadequate, as many of our trades people hare found to their cost. Another important argument in favor of the establish ment of a good water supply was furni...

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COMMERCIAL. [From our own Correspondent.] Adelaide, November 2, 1878. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 5 November 1878

COMMERCIAL. [From our own Correspondent.] Adelaide, November 2, 1878. Business cannot be called brisk, but there has been a little more enquiry for - wheat during the last few days, and as high as 5/1 has been given for shipping parcels. Hour has not risen in proportion but remains at £10 151 to £11 for country ; and £11 15/ to £12 for town brands. Bran is 1/4 firm. New Zealand oats 4/9 to 4/10. " Eapunda Herald" Office, November 4,1878. Wheat—4/4 per bushel. Fay—£2 10/ per ton. Wholesale. Retail. £11 10/perton 27/per bag ... 1/4 per bush. 1/5 per bush. ... 1/5 " 1/6 ... /8 per lb. /10 per lb. ... 17 " 19 " ... /6 " / 8 " ... 17 " 19 " ... /8perdoz. /lOperdoz.

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OUR CITY LETTER. [From our own Correspondent.] Adelaide, October 28, 1878. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 5 November 1878

OUR CITY LETTER. [From our own Correspondent.] Adelaide, October 28, 1878. The Kensington Tramway continues to do very well in carrying large numbers of passen gers, but there is room for improvement in the arrangements for their comfort. The cars are not limited in the number that may be crammed into tliem, and gentlemen are con stantly asked to give up their seats and stand, to allow ladies to be taken up, even after the cars are quite full. I wonder at ladies taking it as so many do, that as a matter of course gentlemen must make room for them. A great nuisance on these cars is tqe crowding of the platforms at both ends with persons smoking cigars and pipes, so that whenever the doors are open the smoke finds its way into the cars to the annoyance of the ladies inside. November 2. It does not seem likely that work will be slack in South Australia for the next two or three years. Several new railway lines will be in course of construction, two or three breakwaters, jetties, and ne...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 5 November 1878

MANY HAVE TRIED, All have Failed in producing an article equal to COUGH ELIXIR ! TOR THE CUBE OP Coughs, Colds, and Asthma. Sold bj every Storekeeper in the Colony, and "Wholesale and Retail by the Proprietors, 19, HINDLEY-STRKET, ADELAIDE. Herewith for your perusal is one of the many Testimonials we have received:— MESSRS. A. M. BICKFORD & SONS, HIITDLEY-STBEET, ADELAIDE. Gentlemen—Last February I called at your establishment vrith my daughter, who had been suffering for some weeks with a lingering fever and severe cold, resulting in a racking cough that continued until I became quite alarmed through the weak state she was getting into. You highly recommend BICE FORD'S COUGH ELIXIR as a relief. My daughter has taken nearly the contents of three bottles, and I am very pleased to inform you that it had a wonderful effect on her, having quite cured her of the cough, and restored her to perfect health. So mueh do I think of this preparation that I consider it my duty to inform ...

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REUTER'S TELEGRAMS LONDON, October 24. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 5 November 1878

BEUTER'S TELEGKKAMS LONDON, October 24. His Royal Higlmess the Prince of Wales has received at the English Embassy in Paris a deputation of the Colonial Commissioners at the Paris Exhibition, who presented him with an address thanking him for his sugges tion in regard to founding a Colonial Museum under the patronage of the Princess of Wales. The Prince promised to assist the movement if it was desired by the Colonial Governments, and announced that Messrs. Casey, Coombes, Levey, Bootliby, and Hodgson had been ereated Companions of the Order of St. Michael and St. Greorge. LONDON, October 25, The state of affairs on the frontiers of Afghanistan remains much the same ;~ths csn centration of troops is proceeding steadily, and no hopes are entertained of averting war. The reply of the Amir of Afghanistan to the British Government is stated to be couched in polite terms, but he distinctly refuses to aimit a British mission into his territory or to have anything to do with the British Go...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 5 November 1878

ON SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 9. >\FTBR TTTE SALE OF MB. REHDER'S HORSES. AT THREE O'CLOCK. AT MESSRS. OVEREND & ROBE'S STORES, KAPUNDA. COLES & GOODCHILD ate favored with instructions from Messrs. Overend & Bobb to sell as above, at their stores at 3 p.m. sharp— TOOLS, IRONMONGERY, TENTS, &c., &e., comprising— Axes, Fencing Augurs, Cross-cut Saws, Picks, Hammers, Concrete Forts, Sieves, Mortar!Hods, Quantity Wire, " " Wrought, Cut, and Countersunk Nails (various), Bolts, Bolt Ends, and Coach Screws (various), Nuts, &c., 1 Smith's Bellows, A1SO, A rery laige assortment of Tents and Flys, various sizes, new and used, Iron Bedsteads, Furniture, Cutlery, Crockery, Glags, Eitclien Requisites, &c. Without Reserve. -J O IMPORTED MARES AND ~| Q JLO GELDINGS. IO PALMEESfON YARDS, KAPUNDA. ON SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 9, AT ONE O'CLOCK. COLES & GKOOD CHILD are favored with instructions from Mr, August Rehder to sell by auction, as above— 11...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 5 November 1878

Business Directory. KAPIJIVDA. EREWSTEB, R., Wiiae, Spirit, and General Merchant, Brewster's Build ings; Main-street. Agent for Salter's and ather Wines. j BT^ISTTTA^ W. H., Solicitor, Notary ' Public,. &e,, Main-street. Money to lend on property .under the Real Property Act, or otherwise, at lowest rate of interest. T3RUCE, JOHN A., Auctioneer, £) : land, Loan, and General Commission Agent. Money to Lend in large or small sums. DUMBRECK, THOMAS, Tanner and Currier, near Morning Star, jkeatfoe* of every description, on hand and to order.- Bark, Hides, and Skins, &c., bought. Bark, Bides, &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 soothing POWDERS, for Children Teething. Sold in Packets at One Shilling; or by post for Seven Stamps. Address, R. Fawcett, Chemist, Kapunda. GMEINER, J., Pianoforte Tuner, - Beck-street. Harmoniums and other Musical...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 5 November 1878

£jAXJTICm TO THE PUBLIC. PREVENTION OF FIRE. Chief Secretary's Office, Adelaide. 1st November, 1878. The attention of the Public is directed to the provisions of the Bush Fires Act, No. 18 of 1864, and 15 of 1874; all Police-constables and Crown Lands Rangers having received strict instructions to take proceedings and re cover penalties for offences under the said Acts. The following are offences under the Acts:— 1. Burning stubble between 1st November and 15th April, unless between 4 and 10 in the afternoon, or during hours fixed by District Councils ; or without giving neigh bours (or in Hundreds to Crown Lands Rangers) one day's notice; or without ploughing or clearing at least three feet round inside the fence ; or -without having at least four ^persons present to assist in preventing spread of fire. Penalty—Not less than Three and not exceeding Ten Pounds. 2. Using ignitable wadding between 1st September and 30th April. Penalty—Five Pounds. 3. Opposing the examination of any gu...

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MAIL NOTICES. Post-Office, Kapunda. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 5 November 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., and 6.30 p.m. For Eudunda and Morgan at 10 a.m. For Allandale, Hamilton, Marrable, Saddle worth., and places on the Burra-road at 10 p.m, daily. For Bagot's Well at 10.20 a.m. For St. John's and Koonunga on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays, at 10.50 a.m. Mails arrive fit 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.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 8 November 1878

RAZING.—GOOD PADDOCK, \X well-fenced, and Splendid Feed; Water close handy. Apply, John O'Neil, Lord Palmerston Hotel, Xapunda. 79c Solloway,s Ointment and Pills.— Coughs, Influenza.—The soothing properties of these medicaments render them "well worthy of trial in all diseases of the lungs. In com mon colds and influenza the Pills taken in ternally and the Ointment rubbed externally are exceedingly efficacious. When influenza is epidemic this treatment is easiest, safest, and surest. .Holloway's Pills and Ointment purify the blood, remove all obstructions to its free circulation through the lungs, relieve the overgorged air tubes, and render respira tion free without reducing the strength, irri tating the nerves, or depressing the spirits. Such are the ready means of saving suffering when afflicted with colds, coughs, bronchitis, and other complaints by which so many are seriously and permanently afflicted in most countries.—Advt. Young talk op the HILLS. This celebrated BLOOD STALL...

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MONTHLY CALENDAR—NOVEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 8 November 1878

MONTHLY CALENDAR— NOVEMBER. Day of Month and Week. Sun. Moon. Rises. Sets. Rises. Sets. A.M. P.M. A.M. Friday 1 5 3 6 25 10 37 A.M. Saturday 2 5 2 6 26 11 39 0 31 Sunday 3 5 0 6 27 P.M. 1 2 Monday 4 4 59 6 28 1 34 1 29 Tuesday 5 4 58 6 29 2 28 1 54 Wednesday 6 4 57 6 30 3 24 2 18 Thursday 7 4 56 6 31 4 20 2 43 Friday 8 4 56 6 32 5 16 3 8 Saturday 9 4 55 6 33 6 13 3 38 Sunday 10 4 54 6 34 7 8 4 11 Monday 11 4 53 6 35 8 5 4 51 Tuesday 12 4 53 6 36 8 59 5 40 Wednesdav 13 4 52 6 37 9 47 6 37 Thursday 14 4 51 6 38 10 31 7 38 Friday 15 4 50 6 39 11 9 8 45 Saturday 16 4 49 6 40 11 44' 9 55 Sunday 17 4 49 6 41 A.M. 11 2 Monday 18 4 48 6 42 0 14 P.M. Tuesday 29 4 48 6 43 0 43 1 17 Wednesday 20 4 47 6 44 1 14 2 26 Thursday 21 4 47 6 45 1 44 3 36 Friday 22 4 47 6 45 2 16 4 47 Saturday 23 4 46 6 46 2 57 5 58 Sunday 24 4 46 6 47 3 48 7 8 Monday 25 4 46 6 48 4 49 8 9 Tuesday 26 4 46 6 49 5 57 9 4 Wednesday 27 4 45 6 50 7 8 9 49 Thursday 28 4 45 6 51 8 19 10 28 Friday 29 4 45 6 52 9 25 11 1 Saturd...

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KAPUNDA LOCAL BOABD OF ADVICE. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1878. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 8 November 1878

KAPOTDA LOCAL BOABD ADVICE. Fbiday, November 1,1878. Present—The Chairman (Mr. D. Nock, J.P,) and Messrs. W. Lewis, J.P., H. T. Morris, J.P., A. Thomson, Dr. Blood, and J. Elliott, J.P. The minutes of previous meeting having been read, The Chairman read copies of the rarious letters written by him since the last meeting of the Board, which were approved. CORRESPONDENCE. From Council of Education, re Board's letter as to amount of wort performed by pupil teachers, asking whether any special case of hardship had been observed in school under Board's supervision. This subject was dealt with in another form. From Council of Education, notifying ap pointment of the undermentioned gentlemen as Head Teachers of the schools named from the 1st November:—Tarlee, Mr. B. Latter j Eudunda, Mr. Fogg. The Koonttnga School. Mr. M. Shea, waited on the Board in regard to the decision arrived at by the Council that they could not undertake to erect a school at Kooringa as asked for, but would be dispo...

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DISTRICT COUNCIL. WATERLOO. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 2. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 8 November 1878

DISTRICT COUNCIL. WATERLOO. Satitiu>ay, Xutjjmbeb 2. Present—-AIL Works completed—TofchilTs Belt, repairing ford near scliool, M. Cluan ; Tothill's Greet, contract 37, J". 5TcG-rath ; Steelton, No. 39, M. Howard : Waterloo, No. 41, M. Howard ; Light and Steelton, No. 42, T. Ianson; Steelton, rut near Coleman's Grap, T. Ianson. Correspondence—From Mr. Duncan, agreeing to exchange roads near W byte Park ; Clerk to take the necessary steps for legalizing the exchange. From Mr, Sears, agreeing to sell road east of 177 ; Clerk to arrange for transfer of land. Tender^, accepted—Waterloo, 3fo. 33, J. McG-ratl^ £32.1 No. 34, C. Schoff, £8. Receipts, £23 17s..8<J.j Payments, £22 8s.

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IMPOUNDING NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 8 November 1878

IMPOUNDING NOTICES. LINWOOD, (nearestPost-Office, Linwood), William Pycraft, Poundkeeper.— One grey mare, branded like G1 near shoulder. Will be sold November 25, at noon. TOWNSHIP OP SADDLEWORTH, G. Wright, Poundkeeper.—One aged black mare, star in forehead, collar-marked, branded like GT near shoulder; one aged black horse, blaze down face, branded like over MS near shoulder, blotch brand near rump. W ill be sold November 25, at noon. CLARE, Jas. Work, Jun., Pounkeeper.— One bay draught horse, star oh forehead, collar-marked, off hind foot white, long tail, branded like J near shoulder, if any other brands not visible; one black medium draught horse, star on forehead, near hind foot white, branded SS near shoulder; one black medium draught horse, star on forehead, hobble on off foot, branded like xB near shoulder. Will be sold November 25, at noon. MELROSE (nearest Post-Office, Melrose), C. H. Yates, Poundkeeper.—One red and white steer, rather staggy, star in forehead, branded TL...

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BRITISH AND FOREIGN BIBLE SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 8 November 1878

BEITISH AND FOBEIGrN BIBLE SOCIETY. The annual meeting in connection with the Hapunda Branch of the British and Foreign Bible Society was held in the Wesleyan Church on Tuesday evening. Mr. D. Nock, J.P., the President of the Branch occupied the chair, and on the platform were the Rev. Messrs. J. T. Evans, M.A. (Society's agent),, Burgess (Wesleyan), Ash ton (Baptist), Donaldson (Episcopal), Roberts (Bible Christian), and Mr. W. Lewis, J.P.; and an apology was offered for the absence of Bev. Mr. Fernie. The proceedings having been opened by singing a hymn the Rev. Mr. Burgess read the 19th Psalm and engaged in Prayer. The Chairman made a somewhat inter esting address, dwelling on the value of the Society's operations as a means of dis seminating- the Bibie in those parts of the world where otherwise they would be un attainable. It must be borne in mind that that although there was scarce a home in this colony which did not possess a Bible all other countries were not equally blessed...

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LOCAL TELEGRAMS. [From our own Correspondent.] November 7, 3.30 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 8 November 1878

LOCAL TELEGRAMS. [~From our own Corresjjondenfc.J November 7, 3.30 p Tlie Melbourne Hurdle Race was won by Lord. Harry, with. Jack Tar second, and Pioneer third. Telegrams from Sydney mention that tlie River at. Wagga has overflowed its banks into tlie main street. North, of Wagga tlie ■ flats are submerged. Nothing worse is antici pated. The river is falling at Grundagai. It is reported at Wagga Wagga that the Mansfield outlaws have been seen near Ger mantown. A murderous assault was committed last night at Bowden on a brickmaker named William Arthur by his son John, who beat his father about the head with a mallee club. Dr. Cave considers the man's position critical, and his depositions have been taken. The son's wife is also said to be implicated. They have been arrested. Two clerks in commercial houses in Ade laide have embezzled £500 and £600 respec tively. Moonta shares have been sold as low as £5. A fire broke out this forenoon at the gaol, but was extinguished before any ser...

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CORRESPONDENCE. THE LATE ACCIDENT AT THE WATER-WORKS. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 8 November 1878

CORRESPONDENCE. It mnst be understood that we do not neees^rily endorse tlie opinions of Correspondents under this heading. THE LATE ACCIDENT AT THE WATER WORKS. TO TEE EDITOR. | Sir—-As you seem to be misinformed as ■ regards tlie so-called fatal accident at the ! waterworks, I beg to give yon the correct I version of the story, wliicli might have been. obtained before from me. On Thurs day afternoon, October 17, I "was called to see the deceased, James Sullivan, and found him suffering from a fractured rib and other superficial bruises. I did riot report to the firm that I thought a rib was broken, but I said it was not serious, as it was not at the time. By a curious and unfortunate co incidence a few days after the accident he got an attack of bronchitis entirely unconnected with the injury. He died of this in a few days, and I gave a death certificate accord ingly. The accident, which he told me was caused by his own carelessness, and through, no neglect of the contractors, did...

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The Kapunda Herald. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1878. WAR CLOUDS. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 8 November 1878

C$e liapuirtrafljeraUL FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1878. WAR CLOUDS. The political horizon in Europe has recently become severely overcast, and it is evident that the gratulations indulged in a short time back in re£e reuee to a permanent and honorable peace having been definitely seeured by the Treaty of Berlin were altogether premature. The latest telegrams in form us that war with Russia is now regarded in well-informed influential circles as being inevitable. We are not quite sure ourselves-that it may not yet be averted, but if so it will be because Russia's poverty and not her will consents. She has brought together a large army, and would fain let loose the dogs of war—but these same dogs are excessively costly animals to maintain, and it happens unfortunately for the Czar's ambition that not only is Ilussia suffering from a severe tightness of the chest, but her credit is also so bad that she cannot obtain even temporary relief from that most harassing of all complaints—but which in...

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