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KILKERRAN. [From our own Correspondent.] November 16, 1878. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 22 November 1878
KLLKEEEAK [From our own Correspondent J November 16, 1878. Since my last we have had several thunder storms, but with little rain ; iu fact, we have not had any rain of any consequence for months, but notwithstanding this the crops are very good indeed, except where affected with rust. The western division of the Hundred is almost free from rust, whilst the eastern portion and the greater part of Mait land district is very badly affected. Num bers of farmers in Maitland are cutting down the whole of their crops for hay. A meeting was held at our township on the 21th ult., to take into consideration the neces- j sary steps in reference tp the erection of an | Episcopalian church. The Rev. Mr. Corban j presided, and several very handsome offers were and different sites proposed. The busir iiess matters were then postponed for a fort night to enable the site to be definitely settled. The constructors of the telegraph party are now busy at work, and anticipate completing the line from M...
KAPUNDA RIFLE CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 22 November 1878
KAPUNDA RIFLE CLUB. In our last issue wc briefly recorded (he re sult of the shooting match in connection with the above Club, which took place on Monday. The day was splendid, and good shooting was the result, more especially that of Mr. George May, the winner of the cup, and Captain George Bush, last year's winner. These two competitors jumped away with the lead, as they say in sporting parlance, and were never collared. Messrs. G. H. Cox, W. Stokes, J. H. Bennett, O. Sobels, andT- Ellard fired very well, although perhaps one or two of them may have done a little better occasionally at prac tice. The same may be said of Messrs. D. Clark and J. H. Trevaskis, who took the ninth and tenth prizes respectively ; whilst Mr. T. Dumbreck shot so widl as to obtain the pig presented by Mr. Mark Watts to the lowest scorer. It was thought that Messrs. Luke Craig and Duncan Mc In tyre would have been closer up at the finish, and the only reason for this not being so must be assignci to their w...
GAWLER. [From our own Correspondent.] November 21, 1878. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 22 November 1878
GrAWLER. [From our own Correspondent.] November 21. 1878. After all the elaborate preparations in the way of decorations and beautiful arches yes terday turned out a frightful day ; the dust and heat were fearful. Notwithstanding this the whole of the arrangements were gone through. His Excellency arrived by tram way ; he was met by the Mayor and Corpora tion and presented with the key of the Hall, in which, after he opened it, he received the addresses from the Town Council, Insti tute Committee, and Friendly Societies. Prior to the luncheon His Excellency was driven round the town, and evinced great interest in what he saw whilst being shown over the various buildings and Messrs. Martin and Co's foundry.
MELBOURNE. [From our own Correspondent.] November 14, 1878. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 22 November 1878
MELBOURNE. [From our own Correspondent.] November 14, 1878. Acting upon the old plan of " keeping one's dirty linen at home to wash," I do not intend to go into details as to pelitioal affairs. Were I to show you the real picture, you "would find it so disfigured with scenes—disgraceful alike to Parliament and the colony—that you would throw it away in disgust. The princir pal offenders are two. Foremost Mr. David (Jamison must be placed, who lias lately out done liis former -6elf. It is a pity that this hon. member, who has plenty of talent and ability, should so far lose his self-respect as to act the part he has lately been performing. Had the hon. member only a sufficient quan tity of prudence, he might reasonably anti cipate a brilliant political career; but now he is openly discountenanced by the Opposition (his own side) and ignored as far as it is pos sible by the other side. In his larrikinisin Mr. Gsunson has been ably seconded by Sir. Bent, who bids fair to outdo his lead...
The Kapunda Herald. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1878. THE NORTH-WEST BEND LINE. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 22 November 1878
Cije Hapuniia f^eralSu FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1878. THE NOBTH-WEiST BEJSTD LIJSTE. ■"We have several times had occasion to remark in regard to this line that the Government or their officials were evidently trying how not to do it, so far as accomplishing the purpose for which it was professedly constructed is concerned. If such was really their intent they must have been highly gratified on Monday by the testimony borne by the deputation which on that day waited on the Commissioner of Public Worts as to how completely successful their efforts had been. This deputation included the repre sentatives of most of the large mer cantile houses in town which do trade with the Riverina districts, and these, though desirous of using the newly constructed line, proved that the Government by its sins of omission and commission effectually succeeded in driving them off. No one can accuse Mr. Wbyte, of Whyte, Coun sel!, & Co., of being anxious to bolster up the new port, as he distinctly a...
OUR CITY LETTER. [From our own Correspondent.] Adelaide, November 20, 1878. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 22 November 1878
OUB, CITY LETTER. [From our own Correspondent.] Adelaide. November 20, 1878. ! Political affairs are comparatively dull at present, as the Opposition find their " occu pation gone," and lion, members naturally I enough don't wish to carry the incubating ' process on into the hot weather. The new | Land Bill is likely to be carried, and will be [ a much more equitable measure as regards the tenure of runs held by pastoral lessees than they hare hitherto had. More liberal terms and a longer tenure of the land was neces sary to encourage squatters to stock country in the remote interior, and to make the neces sary improvements they have to effect in order to make the runs carry the stock. At the same time there are possibly instances in which squatters do not pay sufficient for well established and first-class runs. No (doubt these matters will all be adjusted in due time. The squatters have been excellent pioneers, and have done a great deal to open up the interior of the colony, and ...
REUTER'S TELEGRAMS LONDON, November 20. Received November 21, 3.30 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 22 November 1878
KEUTER'S TELEGRAMS LONDON, November 20. Received November 21, 3.30 p.m. Lord Beaconsfield declines to receive the deputation from the Committee recently formed with Lord Lawrence as Chairman ; but declares that if war breaks out the Indian Parliament would be. informed in con formity with the clause in the India Act that that Parliament be consulted within three months of outbreak of hostilities. CONSTANTINOPLE, November 18. The Turkish Council of Ministers have advised the Sultan to come to an amicable arrangement with Greece, in order to avoid foreign intervention on the question. The assent of the Sultan to the wishes of his Ministers is considered certain.
ARRIVAL OF THE SAN FRANCISO MAIL IN NEW ZEALAND. Auckland, November 19. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 22 November 1878
ARRIVAL OF THE SAN FRANCISO MATT, IN NEW ZEALAND. Auckland, November 19. The investigation into the affairs of the City of Glasgow Bank shows a lose of £5,190,983, which the shareholders have to make good, in addition to the capital of £1,000,000. Eoumania has been recognised by the United States. The Servian army has been reduced to a peace footing. The Colonial Trust Corporation in London has suspended payment on account of frauds by the Directors. One of the Directors, Vis count Bury, is already sued. Captain Judkias, Commodore of the Cunard fleet of steamers, is dead. Rinderpest is prevalent in Northumberland. Messrs. Jno. Sanders & Co., of Liverpool, have failed. The Newmarket Challenge Stakes were won by Lord Hamilton's Lollypop, with Pima second. The Duke of Edinburgh has sailed for Canada from Marseilles to welcome the Mar quis of Lome. The Emperor "William has resumed the Government. Count Beust has been appointed Austrian Ambassador at Paris. The negotiations betwe...
VICTORIA. Melbourne, November 20. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 22 November 1878
VICTORIA. Melbourne, November 20: The Committee of the Council appointed to draw up a statement to the Secretary of State for the Colonies in reference to the dispute between the two Houses concluded its labors, and adjourned till to-morrow. A caucus of the members of the Council was held to-night. It is understood that the majority agreed to pass the Appropriation Bill if it was confined to the services for the year, and also to have the Council dissolved with the Assembly in case of disputed Money Bills. The result will be discussed in the House to-morrow.
MIDLAND ROAD BOARD. RIVERTON: TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1878. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 22 November 1878
MIDLAND ROAD BOARD. Bffebtoit : Tuesdai", Novembeb 19, 1878. Present—Mr. H. T. Morris, J.P., Chairman ; and Messrs. It. Kelly, J.P., and L Killicoat, J.P., Commissioners; the Superintending Surveyor, Mr. J. Morris ; and the Secretary, Mr. J. J. Rhead. Minutes of last meeting read and con firmed. Soap Inspection. The Chairman said the Board did not consider it necessary to go into details as to results of their visits of inspection of the roads; indeed he could not well do so, as unfortunately he had left his notes at home, but the general conclusion was that they were very well satisfied with the way the work had been done. With respect to the road on the schedule from Kapuiida to the Worth-West Bend they had fixed the route via Eudunda, Eobertstown, Woodcutters' Gap, and the Government Well to the Bend, and the Board also resolved to recommend that the road from Woodcutters' Gap to Breakneck Hill be placed on the schedule. The country presented no engineering diffi culties, and was...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 22 November 1878
CROWN MOLESKIN TROUSERS, WHITE & PRINTED, CAN BE PURCHASED BETAIL FEOM ALL DEAPEES ANT) STOSEKEEPEES IN THE "COLONY, AMD "WHOLESALE PEOM ALL" WABEHOTTSEMEN AND IMPOETEES. EACH ARTICLE BEARS THE TRADE MARK OP ONE OE MORE CROWNS ACCORDING TO QUALITY. MANY HAVE TRIED, All have Failed in producing an article equal to COUGH ELIXIR ! FOR THE CURE OF Coughs, Colds3 and JLsthma. Sold by every Storekeeper in the Colony, and Wholesale and Retail by the Proprietors, 19, HINDLE Y- STR KET, ADELAIDE, Herewith for your perusal is one of the many Testimonials we hare received:— MESSES. A. M. BICKFORD & SONS, HIND1EY-STRKET, ADELAIDE. Gentlemen—Last February I called at your establishment with my daughter, who had. been suffering for some weeks with a lingering fever and severe cold, resulting in a racking cough that continued until I became quite alarmed through the weak state she was getting into. You highly recommend BICKFORD'S COUGH ELIXIR as a relief. My daughter has taken near...
NEW SOUTH WALES. Sydney, November 19. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 22 November 1878
UEW SOUTH WALES. Sydney, November 19. The agitation against the influx of Chinese is renewed. The Sydney crews of some of the A.S.N. Company's steamers have struck on account of the employment of Chinese sailors in those vessels. The dispute will probably be arranged amicably. Sydney, November 20. All the A-S.N. steamers on their arrival are deserted, and the officers and engineers hare to discharge cargoes. Arrangements have been made by which every man on strike re ceives one pound a week from the Trades Union.
MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. KAPUNDA: WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1878 [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 22 November 1878
MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. katitndi.: Wednesday, November 20, 1878 Present—His Worship the Mayor (l)r. Blood), and- Councillors Uren, Moyle, Jack son, Bowett, Trenerry, Trevaski6, and Wheatley. The minutes of previous meeting were read and confirmed. Correspondence. From Mr, A. Thomson, stating that is property was rated at more than its value. Too late ; no notice taken. Financial Position. The Mayor stated that the subsidy due, £343 Is. Nd., had not yet been forwarded, owing to claim being rendered on wrong form, and read the. following letter on the subject from Secretary to Commissioner of Crown Lands i—" Owing to your claim being rendered on the wrong form it was taken as expenditure on last grant, and was accord ingly omitted from the schedule. Bates and grants-in-aid should be rendered on different forms supplied for the purpose: A special account will now be necessary, and the amount will be paid in the course of a. week." The Mayor stated that this jjlaced them in a some what awkwa...
MONTHLY CALENDAR—NOVEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 22 November 1878
MONTHLY CALENDAR— NOVEMBER. Day of Month and Week. Sum-. Moon. Rises. Sets. Rises. Sets. A.M. P.M. A.M. Friday 1 5 3 6 25 10 37 A.M. Saturday 2 5 2 6 26 11 39 0 31 Sunday 3 5 0 6 27 P.M. 1 2 Monday 4 4 59 6 28 1 34 1 29 Tuesday 5 4 58 6 29 2 28 1 54 Wednesday 6 4 57 6 30 3 24 2 18 Thursday 7 4 56 6 31 4 20 2 43 Friday 8 4 56 6 32 5 16 3 8 Saturday 9 4 55 6 33 6 13 3 38 Sunday 10 4 54 6 34 7 8 4 11 Monday 11 4 53 6 35 8 5 4 51 Tuesday 12 4 53 6 36 8 59 5 40 Wednesday 13 4 52 6 37 9 47 6 37 Thursday 14 4 51 6 38 10 31 7 38 Friday 15 4 50 6 39 11 9 8 45 Saturday 16 4 49 6 40 11 44 9 55 Sunday 17 4 49 6 41 A.M. 11 2 Monday 18 4 48 6 42 0 14 P.M. Tuesday 19 4 48 6 43 0 43 1 17 Wednesday 20 4 47 6 44 1 14 2 26 Thursday 21 4 47 6 45 1 44 3 36 Friday 22 4 47 6 45 2 16 4 47 Saturday 23 4 46 6 46 2 57 5 58 Sunday 24 4 46 6 47 3 48 7 8 Monday 25 4 46 6 48 4 49 8 9 Tuesday 26 4 46 6 49 5 57 9 4 Wednesday 27 4 45 6 50 7 8 9 49 Thursday 28 4 45 6 51 8 19 10 28 Friday 29 4 45 6 52 9 25 11 1 Saturd...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 22 November 1878
TO-MORROW (Saturday), November 23. ATCRASE'S BOOM, KAPUNDA. T ISTOIST, SHAKES, & CO. -Li are instructed by Mr. J. Crurr (who is leaving Kapunda) to sell, at Crase's Room, at half-past 2 o'clock— HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, comprising— 6 Horsehair Chairs, Horsehair Couch Loo and Cedar Tables Cane, Cedar, and Rocking Chairs Bedstead and Mattrass Curtains and Poles Fenders and Fire-irons, Safe, Engravings Cooking Utensils, Grlass, Crockery, &e. 2 Treadle Sewing Machines j 1 Hand Sewing Machine j Clothes-Wringer, Wash-tabs, and Sun* ! dries. ALSO, At Mr. Gurr's Yard, Bfick-street, at half-past 3 o'clock— 1 Matheson's Morticing Machine Saw-Bench and Ely-wheel Iron Rack, Quantity of Stringy Bark and Timber Lot of Blacksmith's Ironwork, &c., &c. Without any reserve. MONDAY, NOVEMBER 25. AT FORMBY & BOASE'S HORSE BAZAAR, ADELAIDE. RIVER DABLING CA HORSES. \J\J T ISTON, SHAKES, & CO. B A have received instructions from James Pile, Esq., to sell by auc...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 22 November 1878
Business Directory, KAI'l'iVIH. BREWSTER, R., "Wine, Spirit, and General Merchant, Brewster's Build ings, Main-street. Agent for Salter's and ither Wines. EEJSTH A M, W. H., Solicitor, Notary Public, &c.j Main-street. Money to .lend on property iinder the Heal Property Act, or otherwise, at lowest rate of interest. X>RTTCE, JOHN" A., Auctioneer, iJ Land, Loan, and General Commission Agent. Money to Lend in large or small TyTMBRECK, THOMAS, Tanner JL/ and . Carrier, near Morning Star. Leather of every description on hand and to prder. Bark, Hides, and Skins, &c., bought. T\ TTMBREC K, WILLIAM, Tanner J-/ and Currier, Buna-road, (late Smith's). Bark, Hides, &c., bought. Leather on sale pr to order—-first quality. "T71MERSON, Mr., Solicitor, Main JLU street, Kaptjnda. Money to lend on Mortgage or Deposit of Deeds. F lAWCBTT'S SOOTHING - PO Vy JL) ERS, for Children Teething. Sold in Packets at One Shilling; or by post for Seven .Stamps. Address, 31. Fawcett, ....
COMMERCIAL. ADELAIDE CORN MARKET. [From our own Correspondent.] Adelaide, November 20. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 22 November 1878
COMMERCIAL. ADELAIDE CORN MARKET. [From our own Correspondent.] Adelaide, November 20. Business is very quiet. Buyers only for sucb parcels as are required immediately for shipment or for milling. Price, 4/10 to 5/ respectively for old wheat. Jvotlung doing in new country flour, £11; Town, £12. "Kapunda Herald" Office, November 21, 1878. Wheat—4/5 per bushel. Hat—£2 Flour ... .Bran .. Pollard Hams .. Bacon .. Cheese .. Butter .. per to;?. Wholesale. Retail. £11 /per ton 27/per bag 1/4 per bush. 1/5 per bush 1/5 " 1/6 /8 per lb. /10 per lb. 7 /6 17 * 18 per doz. 19 18 " /9 " /10 per doz.
MAIL NOTICES. Post-Office, Kapunda. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 22 November 1878
MATT. NOTICES. 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 the 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 Well, an 8 p.m.