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LIGHT ELECTIONS. MR. HUGHES AT KAPUNDA. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 5 April 1878

LIGHT ELECTIONS. MR. HUQ-HES AT KAPUNDA. On Monday evening last Mr. J. B. Hughes addressed a meeting of the electors of Light at the Institute Hall, Kapunda. The chair 1 was occupied by His Worship the Mayor, and there were about dOO electors present. Mr. Hughes (who was well received) said lie had come before them at the request of a large number of the electors of Light who did not think the three candidates at present standing fully represented their views. After hearing his views if they asked him to become a candidate he would be one, and he might add that he had been asked by four con stituencies. A great change had come over Kapunda since 1853 when he was asked to come out against Mr. Tuthill Bagot to prevent becoming known as a pocket borough. He (Mr. Hughes) was elected for East Torrens, and had taken an active part in framing the Constitution Act, and he had watched it as closely as a little boy who sailed a boat, and he could see nothing whatever faulty in it. Their Const...

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RIVERTON. [From our own Correspondent.] April 3, 1878. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 5 April 1878

BIVERTON. |~From our own Correspondent.] April 3, 1878. Our two old members, Messrs. Bright and Bosworth, have been duly returned for this district, the electors being as a whole highly pleased with their past services. Mr. J. E. Bleeehmore, J.P., Re turning-Officer, attended at the Court House here on the day of nomi nation, and in the presence of several of the electors read over the propositions, and as thete was no opposition declared the former members were duly elected. * Mr. Bosworth apologized for Mr. Bright's absence, and on his and his own behalf thanked the electors for their universal confidence, and proposed a vote of thanks to the Returning-Officer. Three eheers for the Queen having been given, the electors separated. Last evening a farewell dinner was given to Mr. James Goodridge, who is about to leave Biverton for the north. Between forty and fifty gentleman sat down to an admirable re past provided by Host Wicks of the Mill Hotel. After doing ample justice to the go...

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FREELING. [From our own Correspondent.] March 27, 1877. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 5 April 1878

FREELIim £From our own Correspondent.] March 27, 1877. A fire broke out last evening on the premises of Mr. Ueslri.es, butcher, at Tem plars, about four miles from Freeling. It was first seen, about half-past 4 by the flames issuing from a shed at the rear of the shop and dwelling house. There were two horses besides a variety of other things in the shed ; but by the strenuous efforts of a large num ber of neighbours, who' were so6n on the spot and worked nobly, these were rescued. Fortu nately the wind was blowing in an opposite direction to the house, otherwise nothing could have been saved the whole premises from being destroyed. Mr. Neskie estimates his loss at between £20 and £30. A child of Mr. Shuster, of this township, last night by mistake a took dose of ant poison, and was very ill for some time after, causing great trouble to the parents. Emetics were at once administered, and I am happy to say that the little one is now out of danger, and in a fair way of recovery. On th...

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THE ELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 5 April 1878

THE ELECTIONS. Tuesday was the day for the election in the first batch of districts for -which there was a contest. The result or the voting was as follows:— * East Adelaide. Fowler ... ... ... ... 591 Bray 510 JoneB ... ... ... ... 67 West Adelaide. Eraser ... 457 Simms ... ... ... ... 391 Darling... ... ... ... 305 Johnson 196 Fitzgibbon ... ... ... 155 Raphael ... ... ... 54 East Torrens. Playford 666 Smith (E. T.) 651 Smith (JR.) 91 West Torrens. Magarey ... ... ... 539 Bean ... ... ... ... 422 Pickering ... ... ... 417 Tompkins 22 Onkapabinoa. Bundey ..." 867 Krichauff ... ... ... 303 Kounsevell ... ... ... 104

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GAWLER. [From our own Correspondent.] April 1,1878. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 5 April 1878

GAWLEE-. [Prom our own Correspondent.] April 1,1878. I have scarce anything worth writing about this week. Things are quiet, the farmers are crying out fo» some heavy rains, the rain we have had not having satisfied them. The Friendly Societies had a meeting re the pro posed Demonstration the date of which was fixed for May 1st. The trip to Edithburgh was talked over, the cost of which was too much for them, so it was dropped. The Tem perance Societies will not join the others on account of their having a Publican's Booth on the grounds ; yes, they would rob a poor man of his beer. Committees have been appointed and the affair promises to be a success. There is to be a grand amateur entertainment in the evening. The "Wheeler Troupe performs here for two nights, we hope they will be an im provement on the last troupe that were here. There are a good few here who would like a vernment run a late train or two during the run down to the Opera. Could not the Gro season, which I fancy wou...

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

SPECIAL NOTICE. TO facilitate the arrangements for the dissolution of Partnership in the firm of Mellor Bros., ALL PERSONS IN DEBTED are specially requested to SETTLE THEIR ACCOUNTS, on or before the 30th I March, instant. A prompt compliance -with this will pre vent such accounts having to be handed over . to our Solicitors for collection. All persons having any claims against the late firm -will please render the same by the above date. In future the Business will be carried on by James F. Mellor and B. F. Mellor, under the old style of " Mellor Bros." MELLOR BEOS., Adelaide, Kapunda, and Jamestown. March 1, 1878. 13c AMLEY BKIDGKE HOTEL. H THOMAS GRIFFIN (Late of Victoria Hotel, Kapunda), Begs -to inform his Friends and the Public generally that he has taken the above well known Inn. TTia object will be to keep the BEST LIQUORS, and to give the BEST ACCOMMODATION to all who may favor him with a call. The House has been thoroughly renovated, and partly re-furnished. The Stables wi...

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COLES & GOODCHILD'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 5 April 1878

Coles & Goodgheld's Eepokt. r On Thursday, March 28.—-At Kooringa, for Messrs. Newman & Walker, team of 6 medium horses, -very old and low in condition, old waggon, and harness, £150 5/; ehagcntter and horsepower £30; spring-dray, £14; sundries, &e. *

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VICTORIA. Melbourne, April 1. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 5 April 1878

VICTORIA. Melbourne, April 1. Mr. J. G-. Francis has laid two informations against Dr. Knaggs, the Returning Officer at the late West Melbourne election, for breaches of the Electoral Act. Negotiations are proceeding! between the Government and the Hobson's Bay Railway Company to provide the route of the G-ipps land Railway from. Oaklelgh to Melbourne. It is probable that the route will be decided to-day, as the Government are in consultation with Sir Chaiies Sladen with the view of com promising the ■ difference between the two Houses on this question. Commercial.—The flour market is firm at £11 15s. Wheat is in demand at 5s. 9d- for good shipping samples. Sugars are firm and active. Melbourne, April 2. The Rev. Mr. Barry lectured at the Athen seum last night in eulogy of the late Pope. There was a numerous audience, Sir John O'Shanassy presiding. Both Blouses meet to-day. In the Council the address to the Governor challenging his impartiality will probably be long and warmly debat...

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MAGISTRATES' COURT, KAPUNDA. TUESDAY, APRIL 2, 1878. [Before J. Varlev, S.M.] [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 5 April 1878

MAGISTRATES' COURT, KAPUSTDA. Tuesday, April 2, 1878. FBefore J. Yarlev, S.M.I Samuel Hall was charged, with, forging and uttering a clieque on John Mullen. William Thomas, bookseller, Kapunda, de posed that he knew prisoner. Saw him ®n the morning of the 29th, when he came to witness's shop and said he had come up to see Mr. Mullen to get paid an account. Prisoner went out, and returned to witness's shop about 4 p.m., and asked witness if he could change a cheque of Mr. Mullen's for Mm, at the same time handing a cheque in which witness pointed out a flaw—that the words "Two pounds " were not written in the body of it. He said he supposed Mr. Mullen must have overlooked it, he (prisoner) being in a hurry to catch the train. Prisoner then endorsed the cheque (produced) In witness's presence. Did not notice there was no date on it. Grave prisoner £2 for the cheque. Prisoner then left saying he was going to Grawler. Prisoner was quite sober as far as he could judge. Mr. John Mullen, s...

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ADELAIDE AGENCY. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 5 April 1878

ADELAIDE AGENCY. Mr. 3. B. AUSTIN, of Waymouth street, Adelaide, lias been appointed as the Special Town Correspondent and Agent of this Paper; and all Orders for Advertisements and Busi ness Communications, &c., entrusted to him will meet with prompt attention.

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REUTER'S TELEGRAMS. LONDON, March 30. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 5 April 1878

REUTEB'S TELEGbBAMS. LONDON, March 30. Lord Salisbury is appointed Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs, in place of Lord Derby. The Journal de St. Petersburg states that balance of power in the Mediterranean only threatened by the. presence of the British. Squadron in Sea of Marmora, but calling out England's reserves was considered a fresh provocation, and Russia was fully prepared to defend the fruits of the ,war, all troopships being prepared for sea. The Queen's message relative to calling out reserves presented to Parliament on April 1st. Discussion thereon takes place on the 4th. Hie Chancellor of the Exchequer in reply to a question said the British Government now felt the time had come for decided steps being taken, on which if necessary they would consult Parliament immediately. He denied that the Government had thrown any obstacles in the way of the European Congress, the requirement being that the Treaty of Peace in its entirety should form the bases of dis cussion. Wo...

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THE NEW PARLIAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 5 April 1878

THE NEW PARLIAMENT. The following is a list of the late members of the House of Assembly and of candidates who hare publicly announced themselves for election in the new Parliament. The figures against each district indicate the number of members to be returned :— Disirict. Late Members. New Members. North Ass- N. Blyth. N. Blyth F LAIDE Stubt (2 WOOEOOBA (2) Shaniex (2) Bubra (2) VlCTOEIA (2) East A d e LAJCDE (2) "West Ade laide (2) East Toe bens (2) Onkapaeinga (2) West Tob— bens (2) W. Townsend W. Townsend T. King T. King H. E. Bright H. E. Bright J. Bosworfch J. Bosworfch Sir G-. Kingston Sir Or. Kingston C. TWg-"" C. Mann B. Bees B. Bees "W.B. Bounsevell W. B. Bounsevell G. C. Hawker G. C. Hawker L. Glyde L. Glyde J. C- Bray G. S. Fowler W. Kay J. C. Bray T. Johnson. H. Fraser J. Darling W. K. Simms T. Playford T. Playford D. Murray E. T. Smith W. H. Dunn W. H. Bundey F. T?. H. W. F. E. H. "W. Krichauff Krichauff J. Pickering "W. J. Magarey J. M. Sinclair W. H. Bean Nomination...

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NOTICE. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 5 April 1878

NOTICE. A Iflew Quarter commences with the present number. Terms of Sub scription—4s. per quarter if booked, or 3s. 6d. if paid within the first fort night from the commencement of the quarter. It is requested that imme diate notice be given at this office of the late or non-delivery of the paper, j April 2, 1878. |

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OUR CITY LETTER. [From our own Correspondent.] Adelaide, April 3, 1878. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 5 April 1878

OUE CITY LETTER. pirom our own Correspondent.] Adelaide, April 3, 1878. It is difficult to say which of the two matters now of chief public interest is causing the more excitement, the prospect of a Euro pean .war or the elections for the House of Assembly. Kb very strong excitement has been manifested about either up to the present time, though the contest in the District of West Adelaide on the election day was rather a warm one. So perhaps it may be with the war, no doubt we shall find it warm enough when the arrival of some privateer ofE Grlenelg is announced by the booming of her guns, as she begins to try the range. The late Government took no steps to provide for the defence of the colony, and the late Pre mier especially went out of his way in the House to ridicule the Volunteers. We now begin to see the highly culpable neglect of which, they were guilty. It is to be hoped that Sir William Jervois will think of our defenceless condition now he is in England, and induce the I...

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A MEETING AT MARRABEL [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 5 April 1878

A MEETING AT MABRABEL •was held on Tuesday, Mr. Stief occupied the chair. The attendance was small. Mr. PoUdnghorne .moved a vote of thanks to the late members for the district, Mr. Dorrington seconded the motion, which was carried, and acknowledged by Mr. White. The candidates present were Messrs. White, Kelly, Shannon, and Hughes, and in this order they addressed the meeting, the first three to the same effect as at previous meetings. Mr. J. B. Hughes, who was very cordially received, stated that he appeared before them in compliance with an influential requisition. He addressed a crowded audience at Kapunda on the previous evening, and was occupied fully three hours. No doubt the Serald would report what he said, and therefore to that he would refer the electors for full par ticulars, and content himself with briefly referring to certain leading questions. He then referred to the objects of. the framers of the Constitution. Although the nominal term of office of senators was twel...

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NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 5 April 1878

NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. " Indignant."—We will refer your letter to the Hospital Board of Management. Where persons are not in a position to paj, no charge is made. " W. O. A."—Unavoidably held over.

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NEW SOUTH WALES. Sydney, April 1. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 5 April 1878

HEW SOUTH WALES. Sydney, April 1. J The Evening News states that Sir Hercules Robinson will remain in Sydney as a private citizen should hie term of office, expiring in June, not be renewed. A meeting was held to-night at the Protes tant Hall to protest against the resolution of the Assembly with regard to opening the Museum and the Free Library on Sundays. Sydney, April 2. The revenue of the colony for the March quarter was £1,208,097, being a decrease of £223,661 on the corresponding period of last year. The Customs yielded £271,716, an in crease of £33,098; land sales £565,271, in cluding £208,136, auction sales, a decrease in the total revenue of £281,647; decrease in auction sales, £34*4,579; rents, interest, &c., £63,305, a decrease of £9,638; railways, £180,148, an increase of £25,091. Disburse mentsfor the quarter, £1,058,484. The credit balance at the end of the quarter amounts to £4,087,845, of which £1,925,000 are depos ited with the Bants. Breads tuffs are steady...

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MEETING AT BAGOT'S WELL. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 5 April 1878

MEETING AT BAGOT'S WELL. On Monday evening a meeting was lield at Bagot's Well- The attendance was small. Mr. Pinek moved a vote of tliank6 to tlie past members, and remarked that it was not tlieir fault if they did not carry the Rabbit Bill. He very much, regretted Mr. Nock had not stood again. Mr. Coles had all the ability to do well, but not having time to attend to it he acted rightly in withdrawing. Mr. Jones seconded the proposition. Mr. J. White acknowledged tlie vote, and expressed his regret that Mr. Sock had with drawn. Mr. J. Elliott, in compliance with Mr. Nock's request, acknowledged the compliments on that gentleman's behalf. The candidates having very briefly re capitulated tlieir views, in reply to a question from Mr. Pinch, the candidates said they would strictly watch the expenditure of borrowed money, Mr. White suggesting that a Board |of Works ought to be appointed to report to the House on proposed public works, and Mr. Carroll that there should be a Finance Com...

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The Kapunda Herald. FRIDAY, APRIL 5, 1878. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 5 April 1878

Cfit 3&ammtia?^eraUK FRIDAY, APRIL 5, 1878. —CBQWiDKD Out.—Owing to pressure "of htMo*er ourje^^axtu^e. g»B-MTKfi^f>»»*ntji<rrnir«-—TkrmerKare finally engaged at present—some are still ploughing, whilst others have already commenced sowing. * Kapujtda Post-Okfice.—The tender of Mr. W. Nicholson for re-building and altering the Kapunda Post-Office has been accepted. The amount is £690. EiiECTORAii Item.—"We note that the Rev. Mr. Q-reen haw put up as a candidate for Parliament. Even if he were returned he could not sit, the fact of his being a minister of religion disqualifying him. The VoIiTHTtebbs.—The Volunteers had a good rifle drill on Wednesday evening. It is hardly safe, however, for the firing to be con ducted in the heart of the town, as the noise of the volley firing, or the sharp succession of shots when firing a feu dejoie might frighten timid horses which were being driven past. Nor do we think it is legal, as if we mistake not the Police Act provid...

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

SALE BY AUCTION. IN THE ASSIGNED ESTATE OP F. NETTLE. UNDER INSTRUCTIONS FROM TRUSTEES. THIS DAY (FRIDAY), April 5, AT ELEVEN O'CLOCK. B SOLOMON will sell by auction. • as above, on the Premises, Maw street, Kapunda— All the STOCK-IN-TRADE of a GENERAL STOREKEEPER, consisting of— Teas, : Sugar, - Tobacco, r . Coffee, Soap, Candles, Crockery, • AND - A Lot of Sundries. Every Lot "will be sold "without the slightest reserve. TO-MORROW (SATURDAY), April 6. AT GEORGETOWN. OS HEAVY DRAUGHTS, QJT PRINCIPALLY UNBROKEN. COLES & GrOOD CHILD are favored with instructions from M. R. Wake, Esq. to sell at Dempsey's Yards, Georgetown, as above, at 1 o'clock— 35 Heavy DRAUGHTS, principally un . broken, and all from 3 to 5 years old. The Auctioneers beg to .call the particular attention of purchasers to the above Sale The Horses have been very carefully selected, and -will be found a really First-class lot of young Draughts. Terms—Approved Bills. ON MONDAY APRIL IT AT KAPUNDA. 150 HORSES. ...

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