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CITY CORRESPONDENCE. Adelaide, June 11, 1868. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 12 June 1868

CITY CORRESPONDENCE. FFrom our own Correspondent.! Adelaide, June 11, 1868. Another Irishman to rule over us. Why, the Colonial Secretary must suppose that South Aus tralia is a second edition of Tipperaiy. And it is a rare Irishman he has in pickle for us this time. Sir Richard MaeDonnell was great in the smart young man sort of style. Sir Dominick was a pattern of many mi-Hibernian qualities-a type of the open-hearted, affable cosmopolitan. But there is another type of humanity to be found in. the Green Isle, of which -we have had no expe rience. The political humbug has there been de veloped to the highest degree. Since the time of O'Conn ell and repeal every educated Paddy that can spout has fancied himself a second Daniel. This delusion has been very strong in the mind of Mr. Pope Hennessy, a promising youth from King's County. At college he was a combination of O'ConneU and Lord Brougham-a rhetoric pump and an encyclopedia of science. At an early age he got into the Government...

Publication Title: Kapunda Herald And Northern Intelligencer
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SADDLEWORTH. June 10, 1868. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 12 June 1868

S ADDLE W ORTH. {"From our own Correspondent.] June 10. 1868. The sale of the township of New Saddleworth took place to-day. The attendance was not so numerous as was anticipated by some; neverthe less there was a respectable number. The bidding was veiy spirited, and nearly all the allotments were sold-most of them marring a rattling good price. The total amount realised is above £700. There is every prospect of this being a busy and thriving township. It is to be hoped now that the District Council is proclaimed, that something will be done to some of the almost impassable public roads in the district. Notwithstanding there being a good deal of travelling on the Saddleworth and Auburn road, yet it is a dangerous and much neglected one. A party got a tidy tip-out on Sunday last, while crossing a deep creek on that road; but fortunately no serious damage ac crued. Mr. Dewhirst inspected the day-school last week, and was highly pleased with the attendance and progress of the pupils a...

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MUNICIPAL CORPORATION. MONDAY, JUNE 1, 1868. (Continued from our last.) [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 12 June 1868

MUNICIPAL CORPORATION. MONDAY, JUSTE 1,1868. (IContinued from otur last.) Present-His Worship the Mayor, Councillors Bruce, Francis, Harden, Nock, Nicholson, and Bowe; and tlxe Town Clerk. The Surveyor's report was read as follows: " With respect to giving notice to owners to fence allotments, your Surreyor begs to direct the Council's attention to Sections 100 and 101 of Municipal Corporations Act, and desires in structions as to what course he is to pursue, when owner not known." The Town Clerk then read his report as to , Corporation map, &c.: "To His Worship the Mayor and Councillors of Kapunda. " Grentlemen-In compliance with the request of the Council, that I should inform them whether or not the present map of the Corporation in the ! Town Clerk's office, is such a plan as is required by the Municipal Corporations Act, No. 16 of 1864. " I beg to state that the requirements of the Act referred to hare not been carried out in the preparation of the present map of the Co...

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CORRESPONDENCE. THE ROMAN CATHOLICS AND THE BAPTIST CHAPEL. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 12 June 1868

CORRESPONDENCE. THE SOMAN CATHOLICS AND THE BAPTIST CHAPEL. TO THE EDITOB. Sir-Your correspondent "Frederick Byrne" speaks of his "simplicity." Tliere is no doubt that the word will account for a good deal of his letter, but not for a3L The word would not be quite strong enough to describe the flippancy with which he assumes that " the Rev. Silas Mead and other leaders of the Baptist Denomination " would practise upon the credulity of 41 simple people." The line of conduct which he has "no doubt" the Baptists " would be glad "to pursue would be rather a dirty line; the English language is rather poor in thedescription of un-English prac tices, and there is but one word which, would .apply to the Baptists in such a case, and that a borrowed word--Jesuitism. The Baptists (who were at all informed upon the matter) neither believed nor feared that the .chapel would be sold to the Catholics. But that the rumour was circulated by the Catholics there can be no question. I was asked by diff...

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SKILLOGOLEE CREEK. Monday, June 8, 1868. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 12 June 1868

SKILLOGOLEE CREEK. CFrom our own Correspondent.! Monday, June 8,1868. The most "prominent feature" (?) in this week's j news is the prevalence of bad colds-each sentence or so of every second or third person addressing you being interestingly varied by a few sneezes, coughs, or " ahemSj" sufficiently so to prevent a protracted conversation with any sufferer becoming monotonous. An enterprising Mend of the neighbourhood, and one wlxo has the interests of the juvenile portion of our small community especially at heart, has decided to try and establish a Band of Hope here during the current week. It is sin cerely to be hoped that his efforts will be crowned with success. The question has once or twice been asked, "Why not form a Mutual Improvement Society in this neighbourhood?" and I really think the suggestion is not only worth consideration, but should be acted upon % and I believe steps will shortly be taken to tiy and accomplish this end. We have had two or three severe frosts. On...

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ARRIVAL OF THE ENGLISH MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 12 June 1868

ARRIVAL OF THE ENGLISH MAIL. The branch steamer ?with the South Aus tralian portion of the English mail arrived off Glenelg early on Sunday afternoon, being one day before it was due. The news is of a very important character, both politically and com mercially. Subjoined are various items of intel ligence, culled from the home papers, and also from the telegrams of our Adelaide contempo raries, which, bring the intelligence down to May 9: The Abyssinian expedition has fortunately been brought to a speedy and satisfactory termi nation. Napier's army was somewhat short of provisions, but by a series of forced marches the army took up its position under Magdala on the 10th of ApriL On Good Friday a severe engage ment took place, in which the Abyssinians were defeated with great loss to themselves and but trifling lossto theBritishtroops. On the two follow ing days King Theodore sent into Sir Robert's camp all the Europeans in his power, both em ployees and prisoners. Twenty-four hours...

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RHYNIE. June 11, 1868. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 12 June 1868

BHYNIE. [From our own Correspondent.! June 11,1868. . The inhabitants of this township were almost horror-stricken on Friday evening last, by hearing of the frightful accident which had occurred by the explosion of the boiler at the Eiverfcon Mill. It seems strange that those who were in charge of the mUl should have been so careless as to let the water go so low in the boiler, thus by sheer negligence causing the loss of three lives. The weather has lately been very cold and frosty at night, and exceedingly hot in the day tome ; but I am now glad to state that a change has taken place. Since Monday last we have bad some veiy heavy showers of rain which bad been anxiously looked for by the farmers. Mr. Andrews, late of Moonta, has re-opened the smith's shops, &c., lately occupied by Mr. 3L Swann, with eveiy prospect of doing a large trade. The young crops are already beginning to make their appearance in some places in this neighbourhood.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 12 June 1868

SPECIAL NOTICE. JACEMA2TS AUCTION MART. MAIN-STREET, KAPUNDA. JOSEPH JACK MAN begs to inform Lis Friends and the Public generally that lie intends holding a "WEEKLY SALE by AUCTION every SATURDAY afternoon at 2 o'clock, and at 1 in the evening. Parties having Goods to Dispose of will oblige the auctioneer by sending them not later than 10 o'clock on Friday Morning, in time for inser ting notice in the Kapunda Herald. Sales attended in any part of the colony. [189e J TO-MORROW (SATURDAY), JUNE 13. AT TWO O'CLOCK. AT JACKMAN'S AUCTION MAILT. FLOUR, FURNITURE, AND SUNDRIES. JOSEPH JACKMAN will sell by auc tion, as above 1 Ton Good FLOUR 1 Splendid Fonrteen-day Timepiece Second-hand Furniture Chairs, Tables Sofas, Bedsteads Crockery, Kerosine And a Lot of Sundries. Terms-Cash. ON MONDAY, JUNE 15. TOWNSHIP OF TARLEE. AT FORRESTER'S HOTEL, GILBERTON. TOWNSEND, BOTTIJYG, & KAY are favoured with instructions from j Edward Prescott, Esq., to sell by auction, at, Forrester's Hote^ Gil...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 12 June 1868

TO ADVERTISERS in the KAPUJNUA HERALD.-The folio wing is tliG SCALE of DISCOUNTS on. Advertisements in the KAPUNDA HERALD, when prepaid: iieSonfl5.. } 14d*m tlle SMUin& or 12k per cent. iSitioM.8. } 3i ** Sha3ing. or 25 per cent. !£JjS£ } «|d.m^SMlli^OT29jperc6nli 4d*intlie Shining, or 33§ per cent The Scale of Charges is as folio wb : Two lines ... One Shilling. Three lines ... One. Shilling and Sixpence. Four lilies ... 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 liaie throughout. All orders should be legibly written onthe fece . or back of advertisements ; and, where no order is given, advertisements will be continued until ixmntermanded, 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- i fovfi...

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KAPUNDA MARKET PRICES. "Kapunda Herald" Office, Friday, June 12, 1868. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 12 June 1868

KAPUNDA MARKET PRICES. Eapunda Herald" Office, Friday, June 12, 1868. Wheat, new 7/9 per bushel Flour, per ton, £21 to £22 10/ Ditto, per bag, 47/6 Ditto, per ib, 3d Bread, per 2lb loaf, 6d Beef, per lb, 3d to 4d Mutton, ditto, 2d and 3d Port, ditto, 4d to 6d Steaks and Chops, ditto, 4d Butter, (Fresh) per lb, 1/ Eggs, per dozen, l/3d Potatoes, new, Id per lb 6/ per cwt.

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ADELAIDE CORN MARKET. Adelaide, June 11, 1868. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 12 June 1868

ADELAIDE COBN MARKET. Adelaide, June 11,1868. Hardly any business has been transacted in Wheat and Flour since our last report, but holders are firm at the last advanced prices. The news to hand to-day from Sydney intimates the probability of a rise there, which may have a beneficial effect on our market. In the mean time trade is very dull here and quotations nominal. Bran and Pollard remain in good de mand at full rates. Oats and Barley are neglected, and we have no transactions to report. We quote to-day Wheat, best samples, 8/6 to 9/ per bushel; Hour, £21 to £22 per ton; Bran, 1/6 to 1/7 per bushel; Pollard, 1/10 to 2/; Cape Barley, 2/6 to 31; English ditto, 4/ to 5/; Cape Oats, 3/3 to 3/9; English ditto, 4/6 to 5/. A. P. CHRISTEN & CO.

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The Kapunda Herald. FRIDAY, JUNE 12, 1868. ONWARD MOVEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 12 June 1868

Cfje Hapuirtia Pterafr. FRIDAY, JTJ1TE 12,1868. ONWARD MOVEMENT. As the proposed Company for lighting Kapunda, Gawler, and Strathalbyn with gas appears to have met with a favourable reception from the public-that favour being manifested in the most tangible and desirable form, namely, the freely taking up of shares-we suppose it may fairly be inferred that the townships in question have now substantial grounds for expecting that ere very long their darkness will be lightened by the aid of that cheapest and best of illuminating agencies-gas. We often admire the go-a-headism of our American cousins, but when we look at home we find ample reason for congratu lating ourselves that we are not altogether laggards in this respect. All of the town ships named are some distance from the metropolis, and on none of them does the weight of years press heavily j they are all young and rising townships, the sites of which not very many years ago were the veritable bush-a term which indicated a co...

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ORIGINAL POETRY. CAPITAL C. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 19 June 1868

ORIGINAL POETRY. CAPITAL C. The alphabet's really a blessing To teach little children to read; Tho' to one it has proved a bad lessson, With a very bad sequel indeed. But of all of the twenty-six letters, From A to the six after T, There is one apt to lead folks to fetters, And that is the capital C. I5ow, J stands for justice, so chary, With intellects frightfully tasked; E for editors, veiy "unwary," And SU for scoundrels unmasked; B stands for all classes of berries, T for table, and IT for TTnley; But Currants, Cape gooseberries, and Cherries Are fruits of that capital C. Then let us take care of our spelling, And of capitals be quite afraid, In case they should lead us to swelling The ranks of those in the Stockade. Oh, Editor, sadly crest-fallen, WJieresoe'er thou naay'st be, Thou shade of " satirical Allen" Defend us from capital G. -F. C. F. June, 1868. A Steam MAN.-Mr. Zadok Deddrick, a Newark machinist, has invented a man; one that, moved by steam, "will perform some of th...

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ENGLISH MILLIONAIRES. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 19 June 1868

ENGLISH MILLIONAIRES. Mr. Whitwortli, the well-known gun manufac turer, has just presented the nation with £100,000 as a free gift. He proposes to found thirty scholarships, at a cost of £3,000 each, to be held for some years by workmen who will go through a thorough coarse of scientific and artistic train ing. He, in feet, proposes to establish thirty in dustrial fellowships, to be obtained by competition in applied science-a wise extension of the plan which has for so many years fostered the love of scholarship among the middle elass. The gift is a most munificent one, and the Duke of Marl borough has acknowledged it on behalf of the State with sufficient grace, but when he expresses his hope that others will be found to imitate Mr. Whitworth, his words have a faint ring of eonven- ! tionality. He does not really expect others to imitate him. He knows that the principal reason for astonishment at Mr. Whitworth's gift is the exceeding rarity of such acts of unselfishness in England...

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MUNICIPAL CORPORATION. MONDAY, JUNE 15,1868. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 19 June 1868

I MUNICIPAL CORPORATION. MONDAY, JUKE 15,1868. Present-His Worship the Major, Councillors Bruce, Fry, Francis, Harden, Mellor, Nicholson, Nook, and Howe; and the Town Clerk. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. His Worship reported that Councillors Fry and Mellor were absent from the Public Works Com mittee. Both. Councillors -were excused. COBBESFONDENCE. Bead, a letter from the Chief Secretary's Office, notifying that Clause 42 of the Impounding Act would be extended by proclamation in the Gazette to the Corporation of Kapunda. Received and read. Head, a letter from Mr. J. P. Moyle, asking for permission to make a crossing-place to his back premises, in place of the carts having to cross the deep watertable. Permission was granted, the work to be done to the satisfaction of the Council. Read, a letter from Mr. P. Kildea, offering to let his pound near the Morning Star to the Cor poration for 5/ per week, or to sell it for £80. Not entertained, pound being o...

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AUBURN. June 16, 1868. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 19 June 1868

AUBURN. [From our own Correspondent] June 16, 1868. 1 We have now had cold rainy weather for a week, and on Sunday last, it rained steadily all day. On Tuesday, the 16th inst, the members of the Auburn Mutual Improvement Society met at the residence of their President, Mr. J. H. Adamson, when they presented Mr. James Malcolm, who had so long and ably held the office of Secretary to the Society, with a handsome silver inkstand, as a mark of their esteem, on the occasion of his leaving this town. From the interest Mr. Malcolm lias always taken in the Society, his de parture is much regretted, and being one of the founders of the Band of Hope, the children all seem downcast at his leaving them; thus Mr. Malcolm, leaves behind him here many friends who wish him God speed. A petition is now being numerously signed by the residents to the Postmaster-General, asking for a daily mail between Kooringa and this place, via Farrel's Flat and Mintaro, which would do away with the present mail to...

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THE ROYAL VISIT TO IRELAND. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 19 June 1868

THE ROYAL VISIT TO IRELAND. The Prince and Princess of "Wales with their children left Sandringham on Monday, April 13, and travelling by special train on the Great Eastern Railway to London, reached Marlborough liouse about three o'clock:. The royal children are staying with the Queen during the absence of their parents in Ireland. The royal party reached Holyhead at 10.30, and Holyhead-pier at 10.43. The Prince and Princess were received with the warmest tokens of loyalty, greater enthusiasm being shown on ac count of the Princess of Wales. Their Royal Highnesses were received by Admiral Schomberg, harbour-master. The squadron sailed at *7 p.m. for Kingstown to receive the royal visitors. The sea "was beautifully calm. The Princess carried a splendid bouquet, presented to her at Orewe, by Mr. Tootal, one of the directors of the railway. The royal yacht arrived in Kingstown Harbour at half-past 9 o'clock on the morning of April 15, and immediately received the salutes of the fleet....

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CORONER'S INQUEST. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 19 June 1868

CORONER'S INQUEST. An inquest was held on Saturday last at the Prince Alfred Hotel, Jvapunda, before J. Varley, Esq., S.M., and a Jury of thirteen (of whom Mr. S. W. Pearce was elected foreman) on the body of a man unknown, wlio had been found dead on the road near the Light Bridge on the Greenock yoad on that morning. After viewing the body the following evidence was taken: Mr. John Mullen examined. By the Coroner-Had known the deceased for some ten or twelve years by sight; did not know his name, but fancied it was Condon, as he had some relations of that name in Adelaide; last saw deceased alive that morning at from half past 9 to a quarter to 10; he was then outside the Franklin Hotel trying to sell his horse; wit ness was in conversation with lum; deceased said hebad come - down from Mount Deception Station, and thpt.he was going to the Hospital, laving a bad leg from a kick be had received from a horse; deceased was perfectly sober at that - time; witness saw deceased leave th...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 19 June 1868

MARRIAGE. CROPLEY-HAYWOOD.-On the28thMay, at the residence of the bride's father, by the Rev. J". Ii. Lambert, John, youngest son of Mr. Jere miah Cropley, late of Leffey Hall, Buxliall, Suffolk, to Elizabeth, eldest daughter of Mr. John Hay wood, Brighton.

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STOCKPORT. TUESDAY, JUNE 9,1868. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 19 June 1868

STOCKPORT. TUESDAY, JUNE 9,1868. Present-The Chairman and Councillors O'Dea, Young, and Lawrie. Clerk to make the neces sary arrangements for the forthcoming elections, and to give notice thereof. Tenders to stand over.

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