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CLOSE OF THE DEBATE ON THE IRISH CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 3 July 1868

CLOSE OF THE DEBATE ON THE IRISH CHURCH. The first act of the great debate on the Irish Church is over. At half-past 2 o'clock this morning the House of Com mons resolved, by a majority of sixty, in a House of 604 members, to refect Lord Stanley's amendment; and this step was immediately followed by another division, in which the House resolved by a majority of fifty-six, to go into Committee on Mr j Gladstone's resolutions. This conduct of the majority must doubtlesss appear te very unreasonable" in the eyes of all those who regard Ireland as nothing more than the fruitful occasion of Ministerial crises. That such a majority in a crowded House should have refused to listen to Lord Stanley's plea of delay, and have insisted on regarding the Irish Establishment as a question of urgency, may be most strange, foul, and unnatural. But it is t!ie fact. The majority is overwhelming. It is decisive, unequivocal, nor can any friend of the Irish Church take comfort by contrasting it with thi...

Publication Title: Kapunda Herald And Northern Intelligencer
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ORIGINAL WELSH POETRY. ANERCHIAD [?]R EISTEDDFOD. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 3 July 1868

ORIGINAL WELSH POETRY. ANERCHIAD TR EISTEDDFOD. Gyfeillon mwynaidd o bob gwlad, 0 .deuwcb i'r eisteddfod rhad, Sy'n cael eu dal i fyny'n bur, Ghin rai hoff o wyr y tir. O deuwcli i'r eisteddfod, Os hoffsrn gael mwynhad. Cewch yna le i esfcedd lawr, Ond.i eliwi daiu dau swllt fawr, Ac hefyd, cliwi gewcli fyn'd' run man A bonneddigion pena'r llan. O deuwchj &c. 'Does yna ddim dau fatli o'le, 3Tel sydd yn nglioncerfcs mawr y dre', Ond pawb i ddewis le ei bun, Ac nid i arwain gan ryw ddyn. O deuwcb, &c. Ar ol i'r llywydd i eistedd lawr, Mewn cader dderw, 'r lion Bydd fawr, Yn union fe a gwyd i'r lan, Gan ddeclireu darllen y programme. ?O deuwcli, &c. 1 ddeclireu 'r gwaitb fe dd'wed yn hy', Hhoi araetli sydd yri rhaid i mi, A phan orphena 'i araetli fwyn, Dechreua alw'i weision mwyn. O deuwcli, &c. Ac yna galwa un yn mla'n, Er rhoddi i ni bwt o gan, Yr hwn a neidia i ben y fame, dan daro'n hy' ryw beraidd gainc. O deuweh, &c. Yn wir mae yma lu o fe...

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The Kapunda Herald. FRIDAY, JULY 3, 1868. WHEN IS PARLIAMENT TO MEET? [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 3 July 1868

isapmlra fleraltr. FRIDAY, JULY 3,1868. WHEN IS PARLIAMENT TO MEET? Triennial Parliaments are doubtless great boons to the public; were our representa tives elected for a much more lengthy period there would be gTeat danger of their forge ting altogether their constituents during a large portion of their term of office. But with triennial Parliaments the middle year is the only one in which the representative can very well manage to ignore the fact that he is not put into Parliament as his own mouth-piece, or to advance personal interests, but to seek to do good to the colony at large, and to that district particularly by which he has been returned. During the first year after the election the promises made by him are too fresh, too vividly impressed on his mind to be altogether lost sight of or disregarded j and oar representatives also know that first impressions are very effective. If the dis trict finds that the men of its choice are zealous and shrewd in the discharge of their ...

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MUNICIPAL CORPORATION. MONDAY, JUNE 29, 1868. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 3 July 1868

MlJINICIPAL CORPORATION. MONDAY. JUNE 29,1868. Present-His Worship tlie Mayor, Councillors Francis, Harden, Mellor, Nicholson, Nock, and Eowe % and the Town Clerk. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed, after some discussion had taken place on the suggestion of Councillor Howe that one portion of the minutes were incorrect, namely, that the finance report had not been formally passed. The majority of the Councillors, how ever, held that it had been passed. His Worship the Mayor was fined for absence from the Works and Finance Committees, and Councillor Bruce for absence from Finance Committee ; Councillors Bruce, Fry, and Nicholson were also fined for non-attendance at Council meetings. COEBESPONDENCE, Letter read from Lands Titles Office, to the effect that on the fees (£2 10/) being forwarded, the transfer of land from Tobin would be pro ceeded with. Received and read. Councillor Nicholson here entered the room. REPORTS. The Works Committee's report was read ...

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MASSACRE OF THE BLACKS AT CARPENTARIA. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 3 July 1868

MASSACRE OF THE BLACKS AT CARPENTARIA. Under date from Burke Town 16th April, the Carpentarian correspondent of the Register sends the following account of an event which we hope finds no parallel in the history of any other part of the Australian continent: " I much regret to state that the blacks, have become very troublesome about here lately. Within ten miles of this place they speared and cut steaks from the rumps of several horses. As soon as it was known, the native police, under Sub-Inspector Uhr, went out, and I am informed succeeded in shooting upwards of thirty, blacks. No sooner was this done than a report came in that Mr. Cannon had been murdered by blacks at Liddle and Hetzer's station, near the Norman. Mr. Uhr went off immediately in that direction, and his success I hear was complete. One mob of fourteen he rounded up; another mob of nine, and a last mob of eight, he succeeded with his troopers in shooting. In the latter lot there was one black who would not die afte...

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SADDLEWORTH. July 1, 1868. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 3 July 1868

SADDLEWJRTH. {"From our own Correspondent.! July 1,1868. I A serious accident happened to-day in this town ship to a little boy about eleven or twelve years of age, who was by some means thrown from a horse that he was riding, when, unfortunately, his foot got entangled in the stirrup, causing him to be dragged a great distance on the hard road- He was soon picked up and conveyed to Mr. Ansell's Hotel, where every kind attention -was given him. It was discovered that his left arm was broken, and the poor little fellow's head fearfully mangled. Of course he was speechless and senseless. Two surgeons were immediately sent for; Dr. Walls, from Auburn, first arrived and proceeded to dress the wounds and set the broken limb; after which Dr. Corbin, from Riverton, arrived. The opinion of both doctors is, that there is not the slightest hope of his recovery. It is really distressing to look upon the little unconscious sufferer. I might add that the little boy is almost a stranger to this p...

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QUEENSLAND GOLD-FIELDS. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 3 July 1868

QUEENSLAND GOLD-FIELDS. A reliable correspondent of tlie Argus writing to that paper from the Gympie Creek diggings, says : '? The alluvial deposits far exceed in richness and extent all that I had been taught or imagined of them, and I pray you not to think that there is any immediate prospect of their becoming worked out. My own conviction is, that they are in their infancy stilL I never met a man working who did not confess that he was making wages or more. Some I know-for I saw-are making large fortunes, and hundreds are realising small ones. The Washes have done very well, and will end their prospectors' claim with some £20,000. They, however, will be beaten by Murdoch & Son, who divided for their week's work while I was there £12,000. Walker's claim, which he fancied he had worked out,.and sold for a few pounds, has yielded already more to his successors than himself. I was there the other day when they washed out an eighty-ounce1 nugget, and seemed by their way to thi...

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THE GIRL OF THE PERIOD. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 3 July 1868

THE GIRL OF THE PERIOD. Time was when the stereotyped phrase, "a fair young Fnglisli girl," meant the ideal of womanhood; to us, at least, of home birth and breeding. It meant a creature generous, capable, and modest; something franker than a French woman, more to be trusted than an Italian, as brave as an American but more refined, as domestic as a German and more graceful. Ifc meant a girl who could be trusted alone if need be, because of the innate purity and dignity of her nature, but who was neither bold in bearing nor masculine in mind; a girl who, when she married, would be her husband's Mend and com panion, but never his rival; one who would con sider their interests identical, and not hold him as just so much game for spoil; who would make his house his true home and place of rest, not a passage-place for vanity and ostentation to go through; a tender mother, an industrious house « keeper, a judicious mistress. We prided our selves as a nation upon our "women. We thought Vr...

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CITY CORRESPONDENCE. Adelaide, July 2, 1868. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 3 July 1868

CITY CORRESPONDENCE. [From our own Correspondent.]] Adelaide, July 2, 1868. - J Pity the sorrows of a bankrupt Corporation. The Mayoralty of Mr. Fuller is likely to get stained ?with an unenviable notoriety. Mr. Townsend had all the honour and glory of the Town Hall-of the City Market-of the hundred and one improve ments which were to make Adelaide a junior Melbourne. TP" successors have got the Bank overdraft to look after, all the abuse to bear about the bad acoustics of the Town Hall, all the ex travagance and waste of years back to answer for to the ratepayers, and finally, the privilege of pro posing a large increase of rates. With our Torrens Dams, and civic architecture, and Municipal en terprise, this is what it has come to. One set of Town Councillors get all the kicks, and the other all the ha'pence ; and when the crash comes, the Government desert poor Grog and Magog. They have threatened to cut the Municipal partnership entirely, withdrawing not only the subsidy in aid o...

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DISTRICT COUNCILS. KAPUNDA. SATURDAY, JUNE 27. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 3 July 1868

DISTRICT COUNCILS. KAPHNDA. SATURDAY, JUNE 27. Present-The Chairman. (Mr. Jeffs), and Coun cillors Hazel, White, and Windebank. Minutes of last meeting read and confirmed. The follow ing works were reported in progress-At Waterloo Plains, Bridge at Salt Water Reserve, work at j Opie's, and at Huggins's. Eight tenders received for cutting hill at Allendale; C. Keleher's tender : for £68 10/ accepted. D. Fitzgerald's work on Bagot's Well road reported in progress. Six tenders received for work on the old Burra-road, near Kester's; Q-. Haines's tender, for £17 5/, accepted. Work near Badge's not yet completed. R. St. George's contract on Bagof s Well Road in progress. H. Bawden's contract in Boss's Creek in progress. W. Fudge to receive £1 5/ to supply twenty cubic yards of stone instead of ten. Mr. Councillor White and Clerk to inspect work near Cormick's, Brewery Ward. Chairman to re port to next meeting about Cemetery. Councillor Windebank to expend £1 on road on the Waterloo Plains...

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CORRESPONDENCE. CORPORATION INDULGENCES. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 3 July 1868

CORRESPONDENCE. CORPORATION INDULGENCES. TO THE EDITOB. Sir-Could you inform me how much a special indulgence under the Corporation of Xapunda costs, and to which of the officers of that body I am to apply to for it ? I am led to ask the above question from seeing in my rambles some time ago that an enterprising tradesman (not a hundred miles from the Prince of Wales Hotel) had succeeded in forming a rather extensive dam opposite a portion of his premises. The design is so simple and effective viz., the throwing of five or six cart-loads of earth into the watertable-that I should lite to take advantage of the plan (that is if the proprietor has not already taken out a patent for it), which would be so handy to water my customers' teams at. The only difficulty, Mr. Editor, is, what amount ?will the aforesaid indulgence cost ? I am not a rich man, and therefore money is an object to me, and I suppose the Corporation officers don't let eveiy ratepayer dam up the gutter without some thi...

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

MB. FOTHERING-HAM'S FURNITURE. " ON SATURDAY: NEXT, JULY 4, 1868. AT ELEVEN O'CLOCK A.M. AT CEASE'S ROOM, KAPUNDA. JOHN SMALL will sell by auction, as above All MB. FOTHEEIN&HAM'S GENERAL HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, INCLU DING Handsome DRAW 1NG--ROOM SET, in Green Damask, nearly new Ornaments, Crockery Kitchen Utensils, and Sundries. Also, An Excellent COW, to Calve in Two Months. Mr. Fotheringham having Lem THE Distkici, there will be NO RESERVE on Anything. Buyers are requested to come- at 11 sharp, as the days are short and the catalogue long. 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 by Mr. Thomas Warn to 'sell by auction, for the reason above-stated The "whole of his VALUABLE STOCK-IN TRADE as a CABINET MAKER and UPHOLSTERER, comprising Drawing and Dining Room Suites Beds, Single and Double Bedding' l&c., &c. AIiSO, A veiy Choic...

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

TO ADVEE TI SEES in the KAPUNDA HERALD.-The following is the SCALE of DISCOUNTS 011 Advertisements in the ITAPlJ M U A HERALD, when prepaid : iiertionB5.. } lid' Tthe Sfamin& or ^ VeT cent insertions 8 J ^ ^billing, or 25 per cent, in^srtions ^ in the Shilling, or 29£ per cent. dShJ^rtr.} 4d- **the Shilling, or 33J per cent. The Scale of Charges is as follows: Two lines ... One Shilling. Three lines ... 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 Sixpence per line throughout. All orders should be legibly written on the face or back of advertisements ; and, where no order is given, advertisements will be continued until countermanded, 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 propr...

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ADELAIDE CORN MARKET. Adelaide, July 2, 1868. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 3 July 1868

ADELAIDE CORN MARKET. Adelaide, July 2,1868. The arrival of the Panama mail, "with news that with the exception, of one small cargo of flour from San Francisco (which has since arrived in Sydney), no shipments of breadstuffs were to be expected from America in Australia, has had no effect on the market as yet, and prices are quite as dull as before. No transactions of importance have taken place, and our quotations are quite nominal. Bran and Pollard are still scarce, and meet with a ready sale for home consumption. Barley and Oats remain very dull, without transactions. We quote to-day-Wheat, best samples, from 81 to 8/6 per bushel; Flour, £20 to £21 per ton ; Bran, 1/7 per bushel; Pollard, 1/10 to 2/ ; Cape Barley, 2/6 to 3/; English ditto, 4/ to 5/; Cape Oats, 3/3 to 3/9 j English ditto, 4/6 to 5/. A. F. CHRISTEN & CO.

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KAPUNDA MARKET PRICES. "Kapunda Herald" Office, Friday, July 3, 1868. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 3 July 1868

KAPUNDA MARKET PRICES. " Kapunda Herald " Office, Friday, July 3, 1868. ^ Wheat, new 6/9 per bushel Flour, per ton, £21 to £22 10 Ditto, per hag, 45/ Ditto, per ft, 3d Bread, per 21b loaf, 4£d. to 5d. Beef, per lb, 3d to 4d Pork, ditto, 4d to 6d Steaks and Chops, ditto, 4d Bran, per bushel, 1/7 Pollard, ditto, 1/10 Seconds, 2/6 Hay, per ton, best, 35/ to 40/ Hams, (Eng.) ditto, 1/6; colonial bacon, Mutton, ditto, 2d and 3d Butter, (Fresh) per lb, 1/ Eggs, per]: dozen, /II Potatoes, new, Id per lb 6/ per cwt.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 10 July 1868

Hollo way's Pills.-Enjoyment of life. When the blood is pure, its circulation perfect, and the nerves in good order, we are well. These Pills possess a marvellous power in securing these great secrets of health by purifying, regulating, and strengthening fluids and solids. Hollo way's Pills can be confidently recommended to all persons suffering from disordered digestion or worried by nervous fancies or neuralgic pains. They correct acidity and heartburn, dispel sick headache, quicken the action of the liver, and act as alteratives and gentle aperients. The weak and delicate may take them without fear. Hol loway's Pills are eminently serviceable to invalids of irritable constitution, as they raise the action of every organ to its natural standard, and uni versally exercise a calming and sedative influence. -Advt. A WAKEI-Nli. DO yon suffer from physical incapacity V Are you suffering from nervous debility? Have you been the guilty victim of any secret vice? Do you sulier from a set ...

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CHURCH-RATES. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 10 July 1868

CHURCH-KATES. It would be idle to pretend to under rate tbe importance of the decision by which Church-rates have been abolished. We say abolished, for it would be mere affectation to consider Mr. Gladstone s Bill in the light of a compromise. It is abolition, even though the form of the abolition is the very reverse of pure and simple. We all knew that the position of Church-rates was logically and legally untenable. An obligation to do a thing which may be done or neglected is no obligation at all, and sooner ot later the form, or pretence, of the obligation must be abolished. Whether, when this prin ciple is conceded, it is worth while to devise a cumbrous set of devices to pre serve the mere ghost of a dead institution maybe reasonably doubted. A qualified abolition is very nearly a contradiction m terms. The Bill of Mr. Gladstone-who at the last moment feels some compunc tion at owning his offspring, so we will call it the Bill ot Mr. Waldegrave-Leslie -when it came on for disc...

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THE ARRIVAL PLATFORM. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 10 July 1868

THE ARRIVAL PLATFORM. A railway, I believe, lias not as yet been made use of as an linage of Human Life. It is tempting too, with its First, Second, and Third Class pas sengers ; "with its through trains and its sliort trains ; their smooth and easy journeys; their occasional halts and even retrogressions; and their not unprecedented smashes. Matrimony might perhaps be symbolised by the junction stations; and Celibacy by a single line. I sug gest these hints in the rough for my less fortunate brethren of the pen who are in want of ideas, and who, when one is thrown to them by a man of genius, so well know how to make use of it. They spin it out like copper-wire. They are welcome to do so with my new type of human life thus gratuitously presented to their notice; but let them beware. They can't make any mistake about the Terminus-I see them smacking their lips over that already; it will be the Grave, of course; ? or perhaps they may venture upon taking that liberty with a tunnel: " w...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 10 July 1868

BERTH. SCAIfDRETT.-On Monday, July 6, at Ka- j punda, Mrs. James Seandrett of a daughter. j

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ARRIVAL OF THE ENGLISH MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 10 July 1868

ARRIVAL OF THE ENGLISH MAIL. The Hangatrra, with tlie South Australian por tion of the English May mails, arrived in Hold fast Bay on Sunday-two days before due. The newspaper dates are to the 22nd May, and the telegraphic intelligence to June 9. The following extracts are from the papers to hand, and from the late telegrams of the Adelaide papers : Her Majesty was in good health, and on the 13th May laid the foundation stone of the Lam beth Hospital, on which occasion there was a large gathering of the magnates of society-poli tical, fashionable, ecclesiastical, and medical. The Prince of Wales met with a very enthu siastic reception at Leeds, on the occasion of his visit to that town for the purpose of opening the Fine Arts Exhibition. There is no word of the appointment of Sir Dominick Daly's successor. Sir Benjamin Pine has been appointed G-overnor of Western Austra lia, and Mr. Blackall received his commission as Governor of Queensland. The Budget was laid before fclie House of...

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