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GAWLER. [From our own Correspondent.] November 9, 1878. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 15 November 1878
GrAWLER. f~From our own Correppondenfc.J November 9,1878. After the nice rains to had on Sunday and J Monday last we have been favoured with j •pleasant weather, which is bringing on the ,j ^wheat splendidly. j Mr. James Dawson purchased two or three | loads of new wheat to:day grown at Kangaroo Slat. The sample was very good, and accord ing to this the hardest will be oyer early. Our Council Chamber is to be opened by His Excellency die Governor on the 2001 inst., and there js to be half a holiday here on the occasion. The various Friendly Societies in tend presenting an address to His Excellency on the occasion of his first visit to the town. After the opening there is to be a grand luncheon to be followed by a ball in the evening, given by hjs "Worship the Mayor, Mr. James Martin. ' The tramway people are pushing on their work with the hope of having it opened by the "Governor. ' If this can be managed it will be a red letter day for " colonial Athens." They harc laid the rails t...
REUTER'S TELEGRAMS LONDON, November 7. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 15 November 1878
KEUTER'S TELEGRAMS lONDON. November 1. The proportion of ike Bank of England re serve to the liabilities is 35 per cent. Copper—Hurra, £6i 10a. per ton. Tin— Straits and Australian are quoted at £63 per ton. The Tasmaiiia.il 6 per cent, loan is quoted at 114. LONDON, November 9. At tlie Lord Major's annual banquet at Guildhall the Earl of Seaconsfield, in return ing thanks for the health of Her Majesty's Ministers, expressed liis opinion, in referring to the Affghan difficulty that there existed insurmountable physical difficulties to an invasion of India, but that were such a step taken it might embarrasB for a time the pre cautions to prevent the fatal supremacy of any individual power which were an essential part of England's policy. He expressed his disbelief in the existence of any intention to evade the conditions of the Treaty of Berlin, but said that in any ease England was deter mined to enforce not only the letter but the spirit of the treaty. He stated that he gave no cre...
AUBURN. [From our own Correspondent.] November 9. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 15 November 1878
auburn. [Eroin oar ojm Correepondent.j November 9, During the week we have been favored with a splendid fall of rain, which has served in a great measure to revive the drooping hopes of both farmers and townspeople, as the pros perity* of the latter depends on the success of. athe former. - Haymaking is drawing to a close in this neighbourhood, and, notwithstanding a few reports, to the contrary, I believe the crop has been up to the general average. Tlie anniversary of' the Bible Christian Sunday School was held last Sunday and Monday, November 3rd and 4th. Great pre parations had been made to make it a success. The children' and othersin connection with the School had been practising very earnestly a service of song, and a platform had been erected in the chapel, so as they could see and be-seen. I am also informed that new hats, .dresses, und other articles -which are customary with ladies on such occasions had been in dulged in to a considerable extent. Saturday night after taki...
LOCAL COURT—KAPUNDA. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 1878. LIMITED JURISDICTION. [Before Mr Varley, S.M., and Mr Moyle, J.P.] HABDY V. ELLIOTT. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 15 November 1878
LOCAL COUUT—KAPUNDA. Wednesday, november 13,1878. iiibqtejd jubisdiction, [Before Mr Yarley, S.M., and Mr Moyle, J.P.] HABDT T. EliIiIOTT. Claim for £10 19/10, for wort done. The defendant pleaded that the work had been done under a verbal contract for £5, which he paid when the work was done; that he authorized extras 30/, which amount he had always been willing to pay; and paid 35/ into Court. Mr. Benham appeared for plaintiff, who said that though there had been some talk about the price beforehand, there bad not been any agreement. For the defence it was proved that the plaintiff inspected the work to be done, and said the cost would not ex ceed £5. Judgment for plaintiff for the amount paid into Court. Fura, Jurisdiction. [Before Mr. J.- Varley, S.M., and Messrs. J. Elliott and J. P. Moyle, Justices. " JUBX Lists. The Jury lists of the Town of Kapunda and the Districts of Belvidere, Kapunda, Light, and Julia were submitted and, no ob jections being taken thereto, were allowed. ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 15 November 1878
TO-DAY, (Friday) NOVEMBER 15. AT THE SALE-YARpS, KGORTNGA. 2000 FATWETHE]^. 2000 riOLES & GO ODO HILD are favoured witii instructions from Messrs.'R: A- Tarfton & Co.to sell, as above, |&t 2 o'clock— VERY PRIME FAT ^UV/U WETHERS, Hea^y Weights, from the Gawler Range Station. In lots to suit pjughasers. TO BREEDERS. FARMERS, COACH PROPRIETORS, JJSP OTHERS. 1 A A MLiRES AJJP GELD- 1 AA A"" INGrS, OF THE CELEBRATED HY BRAND, DIRECT FROM MU1VTHAM STATION, VICTORIA. AT TlfTC PALMERST0N YARDS, KAPUNDA. ON MONDAY, NOVEMBER 18. AT ONE O'CLOCK. COLES &. GOODCHILD . are Savoured with instructions to sell by aucfcjgp, as above, from MunthaniStation— PURE-BRED SUFFOLK. PUNCH MARES, from 3 -to 5 years old, 3Broken-in, the ma^oiity with Foals atJ foot, and again, .stinted; without ex . ception die handsomest Lot of Mares eyer offered in i&is Market. -Mao, 50 SUFFOLK PUNCH GELDINGS Asa) ;8 Pairs " Upstanding CARRIAGE and BUGGY HORSES. MONDAY, November 18, at...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 15 November 1878
Business Directory. SAPU1VDA. BEEWSTEB, E., Wine, Spirit, anc . General Merchant, Brewster's Build ings, Main-street. Agent for Salter's and a Cher Wines. B1SJN til AM", W. BL, Solicitor, Notary Public, &c., Main-street. Money to lend on property under the Real Property Act, or otherwise, at lowest rate of interest. "ORUCE, JOHN A., Auctioneer, iJ Land, Loan, and Greneral Commission Agent. Money to Lend in large or small TYUMBRECK, THOMAS, Tanner JL/ ' .and Carrier, near Morning Star. Leather, of every .description on hand and to order. Bark, Hides, and Skins, &c., bought. TWMBRECK, WILLIAM, Tanner -U/ and .Currier, Burra-road, QateErith'e). Bark, Hidfes, &c.,' bought. Leather on sale or to orders-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. GMEIN...
COMMERCIAL. ADELAIDE CORN MAKKET. [From our own Correspondent.] Adelaide, November 13. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 15 November 1878
COMMERCIAL/ ADELAIDE COftX MAiKKET. [JTromour own Correspondent.] Adelaide, November 13. There lias been almost nothing doing this week, and prices are unchanged,. Harvesting having fairly commenced will probably have; an effect on the market. Present quotations are wheat 5/2 for skipping parcels; 4/11 to 5/ for millers' parcels. Flour £10 15/ to £11 for country ; £1115/ to £12 for town brands. Bran, 1/4. , . ♦ " " Kapunda Herald" Office, November 14, 1878. Wheat—&16 per bushel. Hat—£2 10/ per ton. "Wholesale. Retail. £1110/per ton 27/ per bag 1/4 per bush. 1/5 per bush. Hour ... Bran ... Pollard Hams ... Bacon ... Cheese ... Butter ... 1/5 /8 per lb. 17 " /6 " j7 « /8 per doz. 1/6 /10 per lb. /9 " 18 " /9 " /10 per doz.
MAIL NOTICES. Post-Office, Kapunda. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 15 November 1878
MAIL NOTICES. -— I 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 tie 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 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 WeUi an .8 p.m.
THE VOLUNTEER REVIEW. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 15 November 1878
THE VOLUNTEER REVIEW Our readers will already have read the full accounts of this review in the daily papers, nevertheless a few remarks thereon, based on information received from one of our towns man who was present and witnessed the whole of the proceedings, may be acceptable. The several branches of the Force mus tered in front of the Staff Office* at a little past 1 o'clock. The rolls were called and marked, the ammunition served out, the com panies equalized as nearly as practicable, and tlie whole proceeded along North-terrace to the foot of Monte fiore Hill- The artillery were taken to and from the ground by homes but all movements on the ground were done' by the men themselves—trying work on such a day with dark cloth clothing. The band marched at the head of the infantry, but Lieutenant Oughton was not notice.! in his usual place. On reaching the ground it appeared that the number of spectators was considerably less than on the 244th of May, no doubt owing to the many othe...
THE HILL-STREET SUNDAY-SCHOOL PICNIC. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 15 November 1878
THE HILL-STREET SUNDAY-SCHOOL PICNIC. The annual picnic in connection with the anniversary of the Hill-street Baptist Sunday •School took place on Monday, November 1L The children, -with their parents and friends, mustered in front of the Baptist Church about 9.30 a.m., and shortly after formed into pro cession and marched to the Railway Station, :whence they were conveyed by the ordinary 10.20 train to about a mile beyond ITord's. The site selected was a paddock belonging to Mr. J. N. Smith, J.P., where all present set about enjoying themselves by participating in the various games usually indulged; in on such' occasions. At 1 o'clock the bell was rung as a signal for dinner, which consisted of an ample supply of sandwiches, buns, and jam tarts. After a while the sports were re sumed and continued until tea was announced, shortly after the conclusion of which a start was made for that part of the line where the . train was to stop in order to pick up the ex I cursionists, where bef...
KAPUNDA V. MINTARO. Captain, Mr. C. Rebbeck; Umpire, Mr. Windebank. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 15 November 1878
KAPUNDA V. MINTARO. Captain, Mr I C. Kebbeckj Uihpire, Windebank. " 1st Innings. 2nd Innings. W. L. Neale, b McLeish ■ 0 b; McLeish... 25 C: Bebbeck; b 3Try ... .14 (not out) .... 28 A. Clark, b 3IcLeisli ... lO c and b Mc Leish ... 7 J. Bennetts, b Fry ... 0 "b McLeish... 0 Eev. A. W. Wellington ' l.b.w., b Jollj -... 5 b Jolly ... 6 J. McLaren, c Jolij, 1; b Smith ... ... 12 b Jolly ' ... 24 F. TJren, b Smith 4 bMeLeish... 1 A. H. Ueale, c Bowman . b Jolly ... .1 b Jolly ... 0 J. Shakes, b McLeish 18 b McLeish... 5 J. Jones, c McLeish, b South ... .. 1 b McLeish... 4 CLJierridge(notout) 12 runout ... 1 Sundries . 10 Sundries ... 8 Total ... ...87 Total... 109 Grand Total, 196.
THE HOLIDAYS. FROM KAPUNDA TO CLARE AND MINTARO. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 15 November 1878
THE HOLIDAYS. FROM KAPUNDA TO CLARE AND MINTAEO. On Friday evening last the chosen repre sentatives of the local Cricket Club proceeded on their way to Clare. in three conveyances. The greater number went by way of Hamil ton, whilst the others .went through Tarlee, but all met at Auburn, where they put up at Host Mallon's for the night. The .weather was all that could be desired, and when the shades of night fell the moon's appearance lent an additional charm to the beauty of the thickly-studded etar-bedizened heaven. One drawback to those who went through Undalya was caused through the suspension of traffic on the bridge through that township, which necessitated a detour of about a mile and a half over a steep hill, which, thanks to the driver, was negotiated safely. On reaching Auburn the team repaired to the District Hotel, kept by Mr. Mallon, some time Cor poral of Police in Kapunda. Everything that could be done for the comfort of the visitors was done, and a pleasant evening w...
FROM KAPUNDA TO THE BEND. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 15 November 1878
FROM KAPUNDA TO THE BEND. The principal attraction on Monday, the 11th, the day set apart for the celebration of the Prince of Wales's birthday, was the ex cursion from Kapunda to the North-West Bend, inaugurated by a Committee consisting of Messrs. B. Brewster, W. C. Barton, J. .Garter, J. D. Cossras, M.Evane, D. A. MaeLachlan, P. MoLaren, W. Oats, F. Thomas, J. Scandrett, and W. Jeffs, as Secretary, appointed by the Sir. John Frank lin Lodge of Oddfellows, M.U. The Committee had secured twelve covered trucks for the occasion, and long before the time had arrived for starting numerous groups were to be seen wending their way to the station, laden 'with all the picnic requi sites. At the station there was a great crowd, including residents from most of the town ships within twelve or fifteen miles, all anxious to make a start for the " Great Australian Mississipi," as the advertisement had it. Shortly after the first train to Adelaide had moved off, the excursion trr a. was drawn up...
MINTARO. Captain, Mr. C. Bowman; Umpire, Mr. Twohy. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 15 November 1878
• Mxhtabo. . • Captain, Mr. C. Bowman,;. Umpire, Mr. - Twoby. let Innings. W. McLeish, b Rebbeek 0 J. Fry, b McLaren ... 3 C. Bowman, c Berridge b. Rebbeek ... W. Jessop c and b Rebbeek ... ... 6 H. Jolly lbwb McLaren 0 Gr. Hudson, run out ... $ 2nd Innings, b Neale hit wicket ... 1 9 run out bNeale lbw, b Neale b McLaren JL- Fry, b McLaren ... O (not out) ... 0 ft. McLeish, e A. H. Neale, b Bebbeck ... fib McLaren 2 J. Smith, b McLaren.... 1 b Neale ... O C. Hiles (not out) ... 2 hit wicket... 0 A. MortimerbMcLaren 1 runout ... 1 35 36 Grand Total, 71. Bowling Analysis. Kapunda—First Innings. Balls Runs Mtlns. Wkta. C. "Rebbeck... 48 13 14 J. McLaren 47 18 — 5 Second Innings. J. McLaren 42 19 — 3 W. L. Neale 38 12 — 5 Mintaro—First Innings. W. McLeish 51 1 18 8 H. J. Jolly 42 1 19 2 J. Fry ... 42 — 32 2 J. Smith ... 30 — 8 3 Second Innings. W. McLeish 75 2 40 6 H. J. Jolly 78 2 36 3 JT. Smith ... 30 3 4 — Bowman(L wd.) 12 — 7 — J. Fry ... 12 — 10 —
OUR CITY LETTER. [From our own Correspondent.] Adelaide, November 13, 1878. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 15 November 1878
QUK CITY LETTER. |~From our oath Correspondent.] Adelaide, November 13, 1878. The Orient Line-of steamers aren main taining their prestige; the Ouzco has arrived after a passage of barely 44 days from Ply mouth, nearly five of which hare been spent in coaling at St. Vincent and the Cape, so that she has been only 39 days under steam. She had a rough passage from the Cape, but a speedy one of only 18 days. Amongst her passengers are Mr. W. Kay, formerly M-P. for East Adelaide, Mr. W. Milne, jun., and Mr. T. E. Bury; also Mr. J.- A. Austin who left Adelaide for the Transvaal fourteen months ago with the soil of your townsman Mr. Cossins. His return was quite unexpected, but has been made at the earnest request of his father. He represents Kaffir affairs as 8till being in a very unsettled state. The latest news, Tia England, mentions that fighting liRd again broken out in the Trans vaal. Hie wretches are actually cunning enough to watch the progress of political events in Europe, and j...
IMPOUNDING NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 15 November 1878
IMPOUNDING NOTICES. LINWOOD, (nearest Post-Office, I/in wood), William Pycraft, Poundkeeper.— One grey mare, branded like Gi near shoulder. Will be sold November 25, at noon. GEORG-ETO W If, Joseph Martin, Pound keeper.—One bay mare, small star and snip, saddle and collar marked, brand like J£ eon? Joined near shoulder ; .one bay horse, small star and snip,' shod, branded like D near shoulder. Will be sold November 25, at nopn. —One grey draught mare, like T near shoulder; one bay gelding, white feet, branded like J over F near shoulder; one llack mare, hind legs white, s|:ar in forehead, J near shoulder 5 one bay mare, black points, bell on neck, fer&nded like A with J over and J W under near shoulder. Will be sold November 25, at noon. LAURA, District of Booyoolie, Section 701 (nearest Post Office, Laura), J. H. Sul? mann, Poundkeeper.—One black mare, star in forehead, collar-marked, branded litre N on the near shoulder. Will be sold November 26,- at noon. TOWNSHIP OF SADD...