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OUR LONDON LETTER. September 27, 1878. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 8 November 1878

OUR LONDON LETTER. September 27, 1878. London in September is the pleasantest place in all the world wherein to do notliing. You cannot do anything, for there is nothing to do. You cannot speculate on the Stock Exchange, for there is no excitement; nor get up an enthusiasm about art, for the art controversies have taken themselves off to Liverpool; nor become excited about some point of dramatic propriety, for, with the exception of the blacks who are now playing " Uncle Tom" in Oxford-street, there is nobody doing anything new at the theatres ; nor even discuss a new dining place, for, mirabile dielu, 110 new cheap and luxurious restaurant has yet been discovered. But for the accident on the Thames some of the London papers to judge from their columns might lately have devoted themselves wholly to advertisements. The only big goose berry" we have had of any size enormous enough to call to call i'or notice is the revived rumour that Parliament^ to be dissolved this autumn after all....

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REUTER'S TELEGRAMS LONDON, October 28. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 8 November 1878

BEUTER'S TELEGRAMS LONDON, October 28. A treaty of alliance between Servia and G-reece is in course of negotiation. In consequence of the present state of affairs in the East negotiations have been opened between England, France, and Austria, with a view to joint action. LONDON, October 29. The Russian Government disclaim any connivance with the insurgent leaders in Macedonia. The Official Austrian Q-azette announces that the object of the rising is to enlarge the Bulgarian frontier beyond the limits agreed to at the Berlin Conference, and to extend them to the JEgeau Sea. LONDON, October 29. It is stated on good authority that the reply of the Ameer of Afghanistan is both defiant and insolent. It is considered improbable thnf. die Ameer will defend Kandahar. His army is believed to consist of 72 battalions of infantry and 25 regiments of cavalry, equipped with modern weapons and supported by an artillery of 200 guns. LONDON, October 30. A Cabinet Council is announced for to-day to ...

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RIVERTON. [From our own Correspondent.] November 4, 1878. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 8 November 1878

KIYBRTON. [From our own Correspondent.] Xovember 4, 1S78. We have lately been visited with some fine rains, which although retarding t'hc hay harvesting operations will doubtless mate rially assist the wheat crops. Our late Bant Manager, Mr. John Pellew, was not allowed to depart from here without, some tangible mark of the esteem in which he was held. A beautifully-framed address was presented to him and a public dinner was given in his honour. About sixty sat down, and everything passed off pleasantly. Another of our old and respected residents has joined the great majority—Mr. Jenkins. I understand he has resided in the district for a great number of years. A cricket match between our local team and the Manoora Cricket Club took place on the 19th ult. The Rivertonians proved the stronger team, although some excellent play was shown on either side. It is proposed to repair and beautify the cemetery, which is situated in the township, but has been closed for some time. All those ha...

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VICTORIA. Melbourne, November 4. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 8 November 1878

VICTORIA. Melbourne, November 4>. The (Jlnef Justice lias granted a suur.no ns under the Felons' Apprehension Act calling upon Edward Kelly and his accomplices to appear before the Supreme Court before the 12th instant to answer the charge of murder ing Constable Scanlan. This is a necessary proceeding prior to declaring outlawry against them.

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MARRABEL. [From our own Correspondent.] November 2, 1878. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 8 November 1878

MARK A BEL. [From our own Co:-responclent.] November 2. 1878. Yesterday and to-day we Lave had very heavy rain, which still continues. A few of our farmers have commenced hay harvest, but it is not general yet. Hay crops will on the average be light, but tlie wheat crops look well—better than they have for some years. I have heard one or two speak about having the red l-ust, but there is nothing to complain of up to the present time. Some of our fanners are of opinion that this heavy rain will increase it.

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OUR CITY LETTER. [From our own Correspondent.] Adelaide, November 6, 1878. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 8 November 1878

OUR CITY LETTER. [From our own Correspondent.] Adelaide, November 6, IS78. It is scarcely credible in a populous and busy city like Adelaide how difficult it often is to find sufficient material to work up into a readable letter of a column of newspaper for the entertainment of our friends in the countiy. For weeks, even months past, the general complaint has been of prevailing dullness, but there are exceptions to this, as though on the Exchange, in the corn market, and in some other directions business has been dull, labour has been the very reverse. Shear ing is pretty well over now, and the clip is, I believe, an unusually good one both as to quality and quautity. From seven to eight pounds per sheep all round (Merinos) is a splendid average, 22,500 sheep giving 350 bales of wool, Mr. EL B. Hughes' at Booyoolie. I notice our total exports of staple produce of the colony for the four weeks ended October 26 reached the ma'gnifi cene sum of £622,579, and this was chiefly wool. The ...

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

1 O IMPORTED MARES AND ~l Q lO WELDINGS. JLO PALMEBSTON YARDS, HAPUNDA. TO-MORROW (Satiirday), November 9. AT ONE O'CLOCK. COLES & (xOODCHILD are favored with instructions from Mr. August Rehder to sell by auction, as above— -| O IMPORTED MARES and GELD JLO EEfGrSj from 3 to 6 years ohL Mr. Rehder has personally selected these tiorses in yictoria especially to suit this market. Now on view at the P^lmeiafcon Stables, iKapundcu Terms—Approved Rills. TO-MORROW .(Saturday), November 9. AFTER THE SALE OF MR. REHDER'S 2IGRSES. AT THREE O'CLOCK. AT MESSRS. OVEREND & HOBB'S STORES, KAPUNDA, COLES & G-OOD CHILD are favored -with instructions from Messrs. Overend & Robb to sell aa above, at their stores at 3 p.m. sharp— TOOLS, IRONMONGERY, TENTS, &c., .&c.5 comprising— Axes, Fencing Augurs, Cross-cut Saws, Picks, Hammers, Concrete Forks, Sieves, MortarjHods, Quantity Wire, Wrought, Cut, and Countersunk If ails (various), Bolts, Bolt Ends, and C...

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

Business Directory. KAPCNDA. BREWSTER, R., Wine, Spirit, and General Merchant, Brewster's Build ings, Main-street. Agent for Salter's and attaer Wines. BENTT AM, W. H., Solicitor, Notary Public, &c., Main-street. Money to lend oi| property under the Heal Property Act, or otherwise, at lowest rate of interest. BRUCE, JOHN A., Auctioneer, Iiand, Loan, and General Commission Agent. ■ Money to Lend in large or small sums. TYUMBBECK, THOMAS, Tanner JLJ and Currier, near Morning Star. Iiofiter of every description on hand and to order. Bark, Hides, and Skins, &c., bought. "I7VUMBBECK, .W-LLLTAM, Tanner JLJ and Currier, Buna-road, (lateFrith's). Bark, Hides, . &c., bought. Leather on sale or to order—first qualify. EMERSON, Mr., Solicitor, Main street, Kapnnda. Money to lend on Mortgage or Depositof Deeds. FAWCITT'S SOOTHING POWDERS, for Children Teething. Sold in Packets at One Shilling; or by post for Seven Stamps. Address, B>. Faweett, Chemist, Kapunda. MEINER...

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MESSRS. COLES & COODCHILD'S MONTHLY MARKET REPORTS. Kooringa, Monday, November 4, 1878. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 8 November 1878

Messes. Coees & Coodch eld's Monthly" Market Reports. Ko OKOfGA, Monday, November 4,1878. W e had a large attendance of buyers and others and full supply of stock. Bidding throughout was brisk, and all cattle and sheep offered were readily disposed of. Subjoined are sales:—Sheep—We yarded 5,858, and sold out as follows:—For Mr. John Warrick, 1,724 wethers, shorn, 'at 8j9\; for Mr. Glasson, 402 shorn wethers, good, at 9/3 ; for Mr. I. ELillieoat, 150 shorn wethers, at 8/10; 623 at 8/8|; for Mr. W. Watts, 643 store wethers, shorn, at 7/10i; forMr. Chewings,1,200 old ewes, shorn, in good store condition, at 5/6; for Mr. John Warrick, 129 wethers, shorn, at 7/8; 30 ewes, at 6,10; 22 Iambs, at 6/7. For Mr. Escott, 45 ewes, at 6/4; 64, at 5/1; 59 Jambs, at 6/9. For Mr. Bigg, 312 old wethers, stores, at 6/5; for Mr. Dowden, 425 aged ewes, in. the wool, at 8/; also, on another account, 30 old rams, at 3/. Cattle—We yarded 181, and sold the lot. For Mr. P. J. Durack, 10 3-year-old bu...

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COMMERCIAL. [From our own Correspondent.] Adelaide, November 6, 1878. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 8 November 1878

COMMERCIAL. [From our own Correspondent.] Adelaide, November 6.1878. Business has been very quiet to-day, buyers object to the increasing demands of holders of wheat; 5/2 per bushel has been paid, but sales of new wheat in advance have been made at 4/1 at Port Pirie, and 4/3£ at Port Adelaide. Flour is very dull £11 to £12 nominal. Bran. 1/4. ♦ " Kapmida Herald" Office, November 7, 1878. "Wheat—4/6 per bushel. Hay—£2 10/ per toe. Wholesale. Retail. Hour ... ... £11 10/perton 27/per bag Bran ... ... 1/4 per bush. 1/5 per bush. Pollard ... 1/5 " 1/6 Hams ... ... /8 per lb. /10 per lb. Bacon ... ... /7 " /9 " Cheese... ... /6 " /8 " Butter ... ... /7 " /9 " Eggs ... ... /8 perdoz. /10per doz.

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IMPOUNDING NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 12 November 1878

IMPOUNDING NOTICES. LIN WOOD, (nearest Post-Office, Lin wood), William Pycraft, Poundkeeper.— One grey mare, branded like G1 near shoulder. WiU foe 6old November 25, at noon. GEORGETOWN, Joseph Martin, Pound keeper.—One bay mare, email star and snip, saddle and collar marked, brand like JK con joined near shoulder ; one bay horse, small star and snip, shod, branded like D near shoulder. Will be sold November 25, at noon, j "RAT.A KT.AVAj D. M. Peek, Poundkeeper. 1 —One grey draught mare, like T near shoulder; ! one bay gelding, white feet, branded like J j over F near shoulder; one black mare, hind legs white, star in forehead, J near shoulder ; j one bay mare, black points, bell on' neck, i branded like A with J over and JW "under near shoulder. Will be sold November 25, at noon. LAURA, District of Booyoolie, Section 701 (nearest Post Office, Laura), J. 3t. Sulz mann, Poundkeeper.—One black mare, star in forehead, collar-marked, branded like N on the near shoulder. Will be sold Nov...

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BROADBRIM'S PARIS LETTER. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 12 November 1878

B SO AD BRIM'S PAJBIS LETTER. One of the most peculiar features of this Exposition is that just about the time you imagine you have explored its wonders pretty thoroughly, you suddenly come upon a section that you have never seen or heard of before, and wonder how it could possibly have es caped you. I commenced my tour of inspection on the first day of May. In fact, I was pretty familiar -with the building some weeks before that, and yet, during the past week, I have seen things which have filled me with wonder to think that I could have wandered about through this Exposition and never have seen them before. As you cross the magnificent bridge which spans the Seine between the Troeadero and the main building, a number of beautiful structures lie immediately to the right. The little Principality of Monaco lias raised an elegant little Oriental kiosk and. filled it with ceramics and curious objects of art. You will doubtless recollect that it was to this place the gamblers went when ...

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HAMLEY BRIDGE. [From our own Correspondent.] November 8, 1878. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 12 November 1878

HAMLEY BRIDGE. [From our own Correspondent.] November 8, 1878. i The railway tariff is mating no little talk here as well as with you, but you inay rest assured that we hare only to grin and bear Mr. Pendleton's management for a short time longer, for it. is quite certain the public of this colony will not be satisfied to entrust the management of the railways to a person, who could presume to ask the Government to sanction such, a downright piece of absurdity as the so-called " tariff" ju-.fc issued. It has long been apparent that carriage could be done by mil ways in the other colonies ]at a con siderably lower rate, and yet those lines can pay for more interest on nearly double the cost of construction; and yet instead of trying to .work our lines at less cost and do freight lower jour enlightened and shrewd manager has asked the Government to sanc tion a higher rate than hitherto obtained, and tliey have done so, and here is the most lamentable fact of all, viz., that the Govern...

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ROBERTSTOWN. [From our own Correspondent.] November 6, 1878. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 12 November 1878

BOBERTSTOWN. £BYom our own Correspondent J November 6. 1878. I think it is time to give a sign of life from i our little place, where everything passes in a monotonous manner. The weather has been j very dry till last week, and the crops looted very backward and light, but on Saturday last we experienced a heavy thunderstorm with very heavy rain, which continued for more than three hours, and showers have fallen at intervals till Tnesday night. The crops in consequence have recovered wonderfully, especially the late sown. The crops in general look well and healthy, some are very heavy and some very light, but all the farmers expect a better yield than last season. The hay harvest is in full operation, and turns out very light, some only from seven to ten cwts. per acre, and some to a ton or a little more. A few farmers had already begun to stack their hay but were deterred by the heavy wind and rain, which soaked some slacks to a depth of two or three feet, much to the owners' vexat...

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MINNIE WARREN'S DEATH. (Correspondence New York Sun, July 25.) [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 12 November 1878

MINNIE WABREN'S DEATH, (Correspondence New JTorJc Sun, July 25.) Minnie Warren was buried this afternoon ■with her babe in her arms. . The funeral services "were to begin at 2 o'clock, but long before that so many persons came from Mid dleboro and adjoining towns that it was im possible to accommodate more than a small portion of them in the house. Minnie and her husband, Major Newell, better known as General Grant, jr., have always made the old homestead here their home when not (travelling. It is a plain country farm house, about two miles from Middleboro Centre, and has been made comfortable for Minnie's parents by Minnie's money. Across the way Tom Thumb's country seat, a pretty French roofed cottage, stands on a smooth green lawn. Minnie Warren has always been loved by the people who knew her when she was little Huldah Bump, her real name, and many of those who came to the funeral to-day have had personal experiences of her kindness since 6he became famous and wealthy. Sweet pe...

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BROADBRIM'S PARIS LETTER. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 12 November 1878

BROADBRIM'S PARIS LETTER. At tlie opening of the Exposition, I liad occasion to express botli surprise and indig nation at the character of the United. States exhibit. A more mature consideration of all the circumstances has convinced me that, the opinion then expressed, if not entirely wrong, was ]not altogether right, my constant asso ciation with the Centennial Exhibition in Philadelphia having led me to look for more than might hare been reasonably expected. The circumstances attending the exhibit of the United States were peculiar. Up to the very last moment almost, it was doubtful whether they would be able to exhibit at all, a lot of miserable political peddlare liad de layed the appropriation, and when it was finally granted the sum was so inadequate for the business in hand that the Commissioner, G-ov. McCormack, was hampered and straight ened for means to place himself and the exhibit of which he had charge in a position that would reflect honor on himself and his country....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 12 November 1878

QAUTIOX TO THE PUBLIC. PBEVENTION OF FIRE. Chief Secretary's Office, Adelaide. 1st November, 1878. The attention of the Publio ie directed to the provisions of the Bush Fires Act, No. 18 of 1864, and 15 of 1874; all Police-oonstables 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 Lauds 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 firo. 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 gun...

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MELBOURNE. [From our own Correspondent.] Melbourne, November 2. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 12 November 1878

MELBOURNE. [From our own Correspondent.] Melbourne, November 2. Knowing that you had in hand an unpub lished letter of mine I have been in no great hurry to write. The consequences of this are twofold. First, I have so much to write about that I hardly know where to commence ; and secondly, •what I have to say will necessarily be somewhat stale — something like the re | mains of one day's dinner hashed up to serve for that of the next. I must premise that we are living just now in a state of great excite ment ; from the great Berry down to the smallest- boy in the land—all from some cause or other are more than usuually excited. I must as usual <eommence with politics (thank goodness the Parliament will soon be adjourned for the year), and have to deal with the history of a fortnight. The principal in - terest in the first half of the last-named period was in the discussion 0:1 the Education vote. On Tuesday the 22nd Sir J. O'Shannassy spoke for two houx*s on the Bill for...

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The Kapunda Herald. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 1878. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 12 November 1878

Cfje Hapturtra f^etalU. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 1878. Cbowded Oft.—Owing to pressure of ad vertisements at the last moment ~we are com pelled to liold over our leading article. Waterloo School.—Our townsman, Mr. A. Munro, is the successful tenderer for doing the repairs ordered at the Waterloo school, the contract price being £290. The Ltjsitanta.—This vessel, by -which Mrs. Pearce and two otlier members of her family were passengers, reached London on 1st November after a fine passage of forty two days. The GrBOUNDING OF THE Q.TJEEN OF THE Softh.—Out of the 200 tons of merchandize which this steamer had when attempting to make the passage of the Murray Mouth on the 2nd inst-. about 160 tons are lost. The G-as Paxic.—In reply to a telegram from the Melbourne Gras Company to their London agents, a telegram has been received stating that to the best of his judgment the depreciation in gas property is only temporary. Local Court Baiiiff.—Mr. James Scott Young has been acting as bailiff o...

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OUR CITY LETTER. [From our own Correspondent.] Adelaide, November 8, 1878. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 12 November 1878

OUR CITY LETTER. fFrom our own Correspondent.] Adelaide, November 8, 1878. Mr. Coglin (P.B., M-P.) has struck;the key note, he is the man for the leader of the band. He asked in the House yesterday if Members of Parliament were liable under the Militia Act, and on being informed they were not, he said " Then they ought to be, and for himself per sonally he preferred fighting to talking any day," That sounds like the real grit, and if Mr, Coglin instead of Sari Beaconsfield had represented England at the Berlin Conference we might perhaps not be having the trouble with Russia that we are. Diplomacy is all very well in its way, and to a certain extent; but there are some parties who are much sooner convinced by Paddy's " argiment wid sticks" than by any amount of talking. Mr. Coglin's expression in his case has a still more powerful significance when we consider the transcendent oratorical power of the hon member himself. He is not unacquainted with the vivid and convivial moral force...

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