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The Kapunda Herald. FEIDAY, JUNE 26,1868. COMMERCIAL MORALITY. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 26 June 1868

Wijt Ivapimtja fremiti. FEIDAY, JUNE 26,1868. COMMERCIAL MORALITY. Now that Mr. Wardle has received judg ment at the hands ot the Commissioner of Insolvency, it may be presumed that that learned pillar of the law will not object to his case being commented on by the Press, although, for that matter, the Press as a whole could not have published a. more severe comment on the commercial immo rality manifested in that case than was afforded by the published evidence, which was of itself so strong as to need no en forcement. . , It is not our purpose to recapitulate tbe history of the methods resorted to by that unscrupulous insolvent to raise the wind unfortunately his subterfuges and frauds have become familiar as household words but we would put it to the commercial men of South Australia whether or not the deep current of immorality of which Wardle's cas6 was only &n isolated niHifost&tioii sli9.ll be allowed to continue in their midst. It is useless to say that Ward...

Publication Title: Kapunda Herald And Northern Intelligencer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ODD FELLOWSHIP. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 26 June 1868

ODD FELLOWSHIP. The quarterly District Meeting of the Kapunda District, M.U., was held on Tuesday last at the house of Host Crase. Present-Pro v. Gr.M. Jeffs, D.P.Gr.M., Joseph Gurr, Prov. C.S. Hiley, and the following delegates:-Sir John Franklin Lodge, P.Gr. McLaren; Park Lodge, Gr.M. Hague; Princess Royal Lodge, P.G-. Gordon ; Hamilton Lodge, P.S. Heithersay; Truro Lodge, P.G-. Orrock; Sfcockwell Lodge, P.G-. Kroenert; Mar _ rabel Lodge, P.Gr. Polkinhorne; Stockport Lodge, P.Gr. Stagboure. P.Gr. Day was declared lined for being absent. The Gr.M. read orer the balance-sheet for the past quarter, which showed the receipts to have been £129 0/9 ; expenditure-funeral donations, £59; working expenses (including Widow* and Orphan Fund Levy to Board of Directors), £'35 5/5; total, £94 5/5, leaving a balance of £53 2/7 The Auditors' report was read as follows : " To the Prov. Gr.M., Prov. D.Gr.M., and Dele gates Assembled. " We have to report having examined the bo3ks and accounts of the...

Publication Title: Kapunda Herald And Northern Intelligencer
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THE FUTURE OF WOMAN. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 26 June 1868

THE FUTURE OF WOMAN. The whole theory of woman's life is framed on the hypothesis of sheer indo lence. She is often charming, but she is always idle.. There is an immense inge nuity and a perfect grace about her idleness; the efforts, in fact, of generations of culti vated women have been directed, and suc cessfully directed, to this special object of securing absolute indolence without either the inner tedium or the outer con tempt which indolence is supposed to bring in is train. Woman can always say with Titus, " I have lost a day," but the confession wears an air of triumph rather than regret. A world of trivial occupa- I tions, a whole system of social life, has been gracefully invented that the day might be wa>ted gracefully and without boredom. A little riding, a little reading, a little dabbling with the paint-brush, a little strumming on the piano, a little visiting, a little shopping, a little dancing, and a general trivial chat scattered over the whole, make up the day...

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THE WORLD'S MANHOOD. [COMMUNICATED.] [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 26 June 1868

THE WORLD'S MAW HOOD. [COMMUNICATED.] The mind and soul of tlie civilized world seems now only to be fast attaining to maturity, despite the lugubrious predictions of tliose great modern seers, DoetorCumining and Baxter, who tell us that a great moral earthquake is about to shatter and engulph all our fair expectations and promise on this beautiful earth, We, however, assert that present manifestations do not warrant the supposition that the world is " old, and ready to decay but our times are those of the world's early prime of manhood, and not of extreme old age-" sans eyes, sans every thing." Revolutions, we grant, are taking place in the operations of every the varied functions of the world's mind. "Knowledge is running to and fro." We have not leisure to particularize nor to speak of the miracles chemistry aud electricity are work ing everywhere-?"annihilating time and space" is the common expression, and bidding anew the ( suu to stand still upon the mysteries of the pho togra...

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CITY CORRESPONDENCE. Adelaide, June 25, 1868. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 26 June 1868

CITY CORRESPONDENCE. ["From our own Correspondent.] Adelaide, June 25, 1868. j There is an end to repugnancy at last. Tlie poor old gentleman died on Sunday last, quite unexpectedly to all but Ms own private Mends. Tlie professional cause of death is disease of the heart, attended by dropsy, but the original cause j is, I suspect, tlie ten years' conflict with, a demo- ! cratic community. Judge Boothby's closing career I has been tragedy all through, and the most bitter i of his opponents cannot but feel pity for what he Buffered in'the contest. Many stuck to liim more on this" account, and for his conscientiousness, rather than from sympathy with his- legal doc trines. But now that all> is over, the public liave with rare unanimity hastened to lay all ill-feeling and animosity in his grave-. There was a very large attendance alb the Funeral on Tuesday, and the procession included seventy veliicles of one tind or another. Through all classes of the com munity a sincere regret has...

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MAKE YOUR WILL. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 26 June 1868

MAiiE YOUR WILL. It having been suggested to us that some in formation on the subject of will-making would be very acceptable to many of our readers, we have selected the following article from' Chambers* Journal,' which will we think fully repay a perusal. We hare also appended some further information on the subject from " Enquire Within," a most useful book of reference, which should find a place on the bookshelf of every family: " When we consider the awful calamities that take place sometimes, nay, many a time and oft, when a man of property dies without having made a will, we are struck with surprise that so many of our fellow-men should die intestate; and it is no less astonishing to find that Mr. Paterfamilias seems to have as much dread of making a will as of having a couple of back teeth taken out by an unskilful apprentice. " Last will and testament" Bounds like a funeral knell in liis ears, and too often he postpones setting his house in order until lie is prevented from...

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CORRESPONDENCE. PUBLIC SCHOOLS. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 26 June 1868

CORRESPONDENCE. PUBLIC SCHOOLS. TO THE -"EDITOR. - Sir-It is jqnite eyideufc that the Educational Act in its present state isvery unjust to a large portion of the population in South Australia. ' The Soman Catholics cannot conscientiously avail themselves of the schools with the Govern ment aid on account of a useless clause in the Act, which compels the teacher to read a portion of the Bible every day. The Corporations and District Councils are the proper bodies to take charge of and keep in repair all schools devoted to secular education. But as soon as they offer to take charge of a school, although it is free from debt, the Catholics always oppose it, and with justice. As ratepayers, they have to pay the same taxes for the support of the schools as those who use them. I do not object to that clause on my own account; but as my neighbours do, I can see no reason why my children should be educated partly at their ex pense, and their own children educated by private subscription, a...

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SKILLOGOLEE GREEK. June 18,1868. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 26 June 1868

SKfLLOGOLEE GREEK. [From our own Correspondent.] June 18,1868. The neighbourhood at large lias been alarmed by the visit of an individual of a buslirangmg turn of mind. An old hand in the North, known as "Sain Bailes," having visited the store at Leasingham and purchased some lead, he then proceeded to a house near Wafcervale, and re quested the loan of a saucepan to make bullets, he was asked his motive, and upon his giving a plausible reason, was allowed to do so j he went to the saddler's and demanded a whip, producing his revolver to enforce compliance with the request, which was granted. (We liere digress a moment to give it as our public and private opinion tliat he did want a whip, and that badly.) I understand he subsequently returned and paid for it. Having also been guilty of two or three more trifling infringements of the law of a similar nature, it is needless to add that several gentlemen of the mounted police are in eager pursuit of this worthy competitor for Stockade ...

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STOCKPORT. TUESDAY, JUNE 23,1868. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 26 June 1868

STOCKPORT. TTRESDAX, JUNE 23,1868. Present - The Chairman, and Councillors Lawrie, Young, and O'Dea. Accounts to be audited 011 June 30tli.

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DISTRICT COUNCILS. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 26 June 1868

DISTRICT tJOUMLS. TO THE EDITOB. Sir-Would it not be advisable at the close of «ach year for the Clerk of the District Councils . to send to the newspaper offices to be published for general information, a statement of the number of days that each member had attended the meetings of tlie Council, throughout the past year, so that electors might be able to judge for themselves the best men to put in in future; and the members that have properly attended to their duties would not object to the clerk furnishing the information; it would also make members more regular in their attendance, although the most regular are not always the most useful members. I am, Sir, &c., Q IN THE COBNEB.

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RECHABITE ANNIVERSARY. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 26 June 1868

RECHA.BITE ANNIVERSARY. The fifth, anniversary of the Salem Tent of Sechabits was celebrated on Monday last. The weather was exceedingly wet; as some folks wag gishly said, quite in harmony with the occasion, there being liberal downpourings of the element the Kechabites mostly desire to honour. At 3 o'clock a procession of the members was formed, and marched from the tent-room to the Wes leyan Chapel, where an appropriate sermon was preached by the Sev. H. Bath, who selected as the basis of his discourse the 1st Terse of 97th Psalm-"The Lord reigneth, let the earth rejoice." At 4 o'clock the members and their friends met at the Bible Christian School-room, where they partook of tea, the attendance being more numerous thau had been expected when the day was found to have set in wet. In the evening a public meeting, which was i numerously attended, was held in the Bible Christian .Chapel. The meeting having been opened by singing snd prayer, His Worship the Mayor was voted to the cha...

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KAPUNDA. SATURDAY, JUNE 20. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 26 June 1868

KAPUNDA. Satubdat, June 20. Present-The Chairman (Mr. Jefls), and Coun cillors Hazel, WMte, Kelly, and Windebank. Minutes of last meeting read and confirmed. Work on Waterloo Plains, bridge at Saltwater Reserve, work on Bagot's Well road, and work near Mr. Huggius's reported in progress, also work near Mr. Opie'a. £15 advanced to Mr.. McCarthy. Received, letter from Mr. Huggins. Three tenders received for cutting at Allendale; to be readverfcised, and special meeting called fop next Saturday. New road on Bagot's Well road to be made fifteen feet wide. One tender received for work near Kester's; to be readvertised. Wort, at Badge's reported not yet completed. Sevens i tenders received for Work on Bagot's Well road, near Buslie's j R. St. G-eorge's tender, for £12 5/, accepted. Ten tenders received for work near Railway Station ; J. Conniffe's tender, for £1110/, accepted. Three tenders received for grubbing stumps in Boss's Ward; H. Bawden's tender, for 2j, accepted. Eight tenders fo...

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OUR ROADS. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 26 June 1868

OUB BO ADS. TO THE EDITOR. Sir-Will you allow me space in your paper to impress upon our worthy Municipal Council the propriety of at once transferring the heaps of road metal at present so comfortably stacked on the Town Acre to their proper destination on the sur face of the roads ? Had it been spread earlier it -would-have got nicely settled during the late ; rains, and the roads would have been considerably . less cut up. The effect of the late rains on the gravel spread on the footpaths, where open to receive that rain, has been such as to show the advisability of that spread under the verandahs being occasionally wetted, until such time as it sets. This, I think, should be done by the occupiers. If they, or the proprietors, decline to go to half the expense of ?the flagging-which would make a perfect foot path-the least they can do, after getting the gravel spread without any direct cost to them selves, is to take the little trouble necessary to make the gravel path passable. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 26 June 1868

ON SATURDAY, "JUNE 27. AT ONE O'CLOCK. . : AT CRASE'S ROOM, KAPUNDA. VALUABLE FREEHOLD PROPERTY. J EN KIN COLES is instructed by Mrs. Lvdia Bray to sell by auction, as above A31 that Valuable ALLOTMENT of LAND, being No. 22 of SECTION No. 1477, Vic toria Township, upon wliicli are erected Five Substantially-built TWO-ROOMED HOUSES. Terms Easy. Title guaranteed. IMPORTANT SALE. STOCK-IN-TRADE OP A CABINETMAKER, WHO IS ABOUT TO LEAVE THE COLONY. ON TUESDAY, JULY 7. AT ONE O'CLOCK. AT CHASE'S ROOM, KAPUNDA. JEN KIN COLES is instructed bv Mr. Thomas Warn to sell by auction, for the season above-stated Tlxe whole of bis VALUABLE STOCK-IN- ? TRADE as a CABINET MAKER and UPHOLSTERER, comprising Drawing and Dining Room Suites Beds, Single and Double Bedding &e., &c.j &c. AISO, A very Choice Lot of Engravings. Mr." Wain's' Stock is really one of the best selected in Kapunda, and the auctioneer respects ? &lly solicits the attendance of all who require REALLY F...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 26 June 1868

TO ADVEETISEES in the KAPUNDA HERALD.-The following is the SCALE of DISCOUNTS on Advertisements in the KAPUNDA HERALD, when prepaid 4 and 5 } jid. in the Shilling, or 12£ per cent, insertions... j 6, 7, and 8 7 ^ grilling, or 25 per cent, insertions... y 9,10, and 11 ^ the Shilling, or 29| per cent, insertions... } Insertion 1 44.^ the Shilling, or 33J per cent, during qrtr.) The Scale of Charges is as follows: Two lines ... One Shilling. Three ?»*»«« ... One Shilling and Sixpence. Four lines ... 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 S ixpence per line throughout. All orders should he legibly written on the fece. or backof advertisements ; and, where no order, is given, advertisements will be continued until countermanded, or out of date. Orders for the of advertisements cannot be at^ tended after W^esday evenings. All such orders must be in writing...

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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 26 June 1868

WEEKLY CALENDAR. Day of Montli and Week. Friday, June 26 Satday, " 27 Sunday, "' 28 Monday, " 29 Tuesday, " 30 Wednsdy. July 1 Thursday " 2 SUIT. Bises. Sets. 7.13 7.13 7.13 7.13 7.13 7.13 7.13 p.m. 4.52 4.53 4.53 4.53 4.54 4.54 4.55 MOON. Hises. Sets. a.m. 11.26 p.m. 0.39 1.14 1.51 2.30 3.11

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ADELAIDE CORN MARKET. Adelaide, June 25,1868. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 26 June 1868

ADELAIDE CORK; MARKET. Adelaide, June 25,1868.' Business in Wheat and Flour has been almost at a stand-still during tlie week, a,ud no trans actions for export have transpired; whilst local millers are not at all anxious to operate, on account of the difficulty of making sales of flour. Bran and Pollard keep firm at quotations. Oats and Barley are quite neglected. Prices are-Wheat, best samples, 7/9 to 8/3 per bushel; Flour, £20 to £21 per ton ; Bran, 1/7 per bushel; Pollard, 1/10 to 2/; Cape Barley, 2/6 o 3/ ; English ditto, 4/ to 5/; Cape Oats, 3/3 to to 3/9 ; English ditto, 4/6 to 5/. A. P. CHRISTEN & CO.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 3 July 1868

Hollo-may's Ointment and Pills. Alleviation and Cure.--The most loathsome sores, foulest ulcers, and most hopeless bad legs, assume a healthier appearance after a very few applications of Holloway's cleansing and healing unguent. It promptly improves the aspect, and soon re duces the irritability, of old sluggish ulcers, which have fruitlessly exhausted the surgeon's skill and patient's endurance. By paying attention to the directions folded round each pot, the afflicted may easily and fearlessly guide their own ailments to a happy issue, and remove all further cause of trouble and anxiety. It is gratifying' to watch the subsidence of inflammation, and the gradual decrease of swelling, which oeeurr through the cooling and sedative properties of this inestimable Ointment, aided by Holloway's Pills.-Advt. A WAKNIJiU. DO you suffer from physical incapacity'{ Are you suffering from nervous debility? Have you been the guilty victim of any secret vice? Do you sulier from a set of symptoms...

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THE COURTSHIP OF FEMALE SERVANTS. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 3 July 1868

COURTSHrP OF FEMALE SERVANTS. Perhaps ten thousand or more of the female servants in London come from the country. They have no friends or relations in town. They go for a walk on their evening out, and are met by some plausible vagabond, who manages to scrape an acquaintance with them somehow or other. Then an appointment for another meeting is made. The girl is induced on the next occasion to visit a low music-hall, a penny gaff, or a cheap dancing saloon. The end might be predicted from the beginning. It may indeed happen that a servant in her solitary excursions becomes known to a respectable workman or mechanic. A courtship perfectly pure and honest may be exchanged by them. Judged by the views of society, the loves of a carpenter and a nurseiymaidoffera tempting subject for ridicule; but it is scarcely more absurd than the affectionate interchanges of people in a different rank, while it is probably less in trinsically vulgar than the attachment of a caddish stockbroker to a J...

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GALVANISING AN IMPOSTOR. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 3 July 1868

GALVAiNISlNG AN IMPOSTOR. A poor man on crutches went to Mr. Chore, at the Mansion-house, on Wednesday evening, and asked for relief. He said he had fallen from a scaffold and broken three of his ribs, and had been discharged only that morning from the infLrmaiy of the Eaet London Union. Mr. Grore was very kind to him, gave him an order for re admission to the Union, sixpence for his omnibus fere, and a shilling to get his dinner with. .. The. poor man limped out of the room, and had no sooner left it than he complained of a pain in'his inside; an officer got him a little braudy, and he" left the Mansion-house; a minute after he was found writhing on the groimd in front of the European Tavern. It was now evidently a case of life .or death; he was at once put intjo a cab. and driven to St. Bartholomew's Hospital in charge 6f an officer. On the way he gave three convulsive gasps and stretched himself out as if for the last. time. The policeman's reflections were very painful; he was i...

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