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SKILLOGOLEE CREEK. July 7, 1868. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 10 July 1868

SKIIiLOGOLES CHEEK. [From our own Correspondent."] July 7,1868. The second annual public examination of the day school here was held on Friday last. In spite of the inclemency of the weather the attendance was very good, and the children acquitted them selves very fairly. The examination was followed by the children's and public tea, to which (in spite of the rain which always attends, and indeed seems indispensably necessary at a Skillogolee tea meeting) ample justice was done. A public meet ing followed the tea, when recitations and pieces of music were well delivered and sung by the children, and some anthems by the choir, which were also well rendered, our old and tried friend Mr. W. Smith (chairman of school trustees) oc cupying the chair. : The following is a list of successful scholars: 1st class spelling, Thomas J;Thomas, prize; John Maynard, certificate. 2nd class ditto, Elizabeth Hicks, prize; Sarah Seabuiy, certificate. 3rd class ditto, Leighton Seabury, prize; Wm. Hicks,...

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BAGOTS WELL. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 10 July 1868

BAGOTS WELL. fFrom a Correspondent.! The election for a Councillor toot place at tlie Post Office, Bagot's Well, and resulted in tlie un animous return of Mr. A. White. All were of opinion that a change was advisable, as the last Councillor had done little or nothing for tlie roads to get them in repair, and in fact a visit from Kapunda to Bagot's Well is an undertaking few would undergo, and though we have paid two years' rates, our roads are still in a most deplorable state. Many 1 laving, as "they state, a little wheat stall to sell would not risk their teams in the pre sent state of the roads. It was the great wish that the two Councillors for tlie Brewery Ward and "the B agot'e Well Ward, would now try and get A little of their rates spent on the road lead ing to Kapunda, and according to the balance sheet published in your paper, the two wards have been most grievously neglected. It was cheering to see the numbers that attended, and the determination with which they gave utter...

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LOCAL COURT—KAPUNDA. MONDAY, JULY 13, 1868. [Before J. Varley, Esq., S.M.] UNSATISFIED JUDGMENTS. MUNRO v. WEARING. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 17 July 1868

LOCAL COURT-K.A.PUNDA. MOITDAY, JXJZY 13, 1868. [Before J. Tarley, Esq., S.M.] UNSATISFIED JTJDGHHENTS. MTOBO V. WEAKEN®. Judgment debt for £11 15B. In this case a medical certificate was sent in that the defendant was suffering from abroken leg, and would be unable to attend Mr. Brady consented to let the case stand over until first Court in August. HAWKE AND ANOTHER V. FEY. In this case an order was made for payment of 5/ per week, first payment to be made on 20th inst. DEFENDED CAUSES. JAFFBEY AND ANOTHEBY. F. B. OLDHAM. This was an action for £13 4s. lOd. Mr. Brady for plaintiff; Mr. Emerson for de fendant. The plaintiff or his attorney not being present, Mr. Emerson asked that the case might be struck out. Mr. Armstrong, for Mr. Brady, asked that the case might be adjourned. Adjourned to next Court day on payment of costs. SAME Y. F. B. OLDHAM. Action for £8 19s. 8d. This case was also adjourned on the same terms. MPLLES V. W. Gr. MOEEIS. Action for £12 7s. Mr. Brady for plaint...

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KAPUNDA. SATURDAY, JULY 11. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 17 July 1868

KAPUNDA. SATTTBDAY, JULY 11. I Present-All. Minutes of last meeting read and confirmed. Mr. Abraham "White elected chairman. Work at Waterloo Plains, bridge at Saltwater Reserve, work at Hoggins', work at Kester's, cutting at Allandale, Fitzgerald's con tract on Bagot's Well Road, work at Badge's, Pudge's contract in Maryvaie-road, R. St. G-eorge's contract, and J. Cunnifie's contract, reported in progress. Fitzgerald to receive £20 on account of contract. McCarthy's contract near Opie's, reported finished. Balance of account passed for payment, £30 18/4. Bawden's contract for grub bing stumps reported finished; passed for pay ment, £12 4/. Mr. Harden here waited on Council relative to the Temoval of his fence, for the pur pose of planting some trees; request granted. Seven tenders received for contract near the mill; M. McCarthy's tender accepted. Work near O'Hara's and at Cormick's Creek to stand over until next meeting. £1 passed for payment of work ordered by Mr/Windebank on Wat...

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SEARCH FOR COAL. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 17 July 1868

SEABCH FOB, COAL. TO THE EDITOR. Sir-As a constant reader of your valuable paper I would wish to make a suggestion through your columns, and that is, that as Earliameiit is now on the eve of meeting, it is to be hoped that our members will strive to get placed on the Es timates say £600 or £700, to enable a search to be made for that valuable mineral, coal, either by sinking or boring. There are plenty of real practical coal miners in the colony, and I would suggest that the Govern ment should engage a party of say eight of these, and in order that their experience might be of a varied character, two of these might be from that rich coal country South Wales, two H'oui Stafford shire, two from Cumberland or Durham, and two from tlie coal districts of Scotland. These should be sent to some district where coal is thought to exist, and should also be accompanied by a mine ralogist. If these consulted and worked together, combining the advantages of theoretical and prac tical knowledge, ...

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THE IMPOUNDING ACT. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 17 July 1868

THE MPOMROMA ACT. TO THE EDITOR. Sifv-Iwish to point out a grievance under the Impounding Act. According to my reading of it, a pou&dkeeper can feed tlie cattle immediately they ajre impounded and charge for a whole day's sustenance^ and. if the owner does not like to pay it, he can leave them twenty-four hours at the same price; but if the cattle have just been taken out of a neighbour's crop, and the owner has to pay half-a-crown each for what they have eaten, it is cruelty for the poundkeeper to give them a heavy feed as soon as they arrive-it might burst them u they eat it, and if they do not why should the owner pay for it. When the cattle have been twenty-four hours in pound they ought to be fed; but as I never recollect seeing a poundkeeper hanged for over-feeding cattle, I am bound to suppose that the crime is very rare. I hope they are as free of the charge of receiving money for food that the cattle never had-that is what sticks in my gizzard, or else it is A MELON...

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STOCKPORT. MONDAY, JULY 13. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 17 July 1868

STOCKPORT. MONDAY, JUIY 13. I EJECTION MEETING.-The following gentle men were elected Councillors :-Jolm O'Dea, William Long, Thomas Megaw, and Patrick Buckley; and Messrs. John Connell and Henry Smith, Auditors. TUESDAY, JTJXY 14, 1868. Present-All. The Council re-elected Councillor Manuel to the chair. Messrs. G-eorge Hoare and John Harris to be constables. Ratepayers in arrears to be warned that unless prompt payment be made, proceedings will issue forthwith.

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DISTRICT COUNCILS. BELVIDERE. MONDAY, JULY 6. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 17 July 1868

DISTRICT COUNCILS. BEL V LDERE. MONDAY, JULY 6. EJECTION OP COUKCJXLOES ASD ATTDITOBS. Mr. James O'Loughlin "was re-elected without opposition for No. 1 Ward; and Messrs. Chris tian Schmidt, Christian Lange, and Mungo Kerr for Wards Nos. 2, 3, and 4 respectively. Messrs. j G-eorge Burgess and Bichard Haimes were re- | turned as Auditors. | SATUBDAY, JUIY 11. Present -All. Mr. David Shannon elected Chairman. Notice of Assessment to be published. Days of meeting to be as formerly, first and third Mondays of each month. Belief from Destitute Board granted to Mrs. Murphy and Mrs. Bakn. The following accounts passed for works completed -Ward No. 2, £13 10/; No. 3, £8 18/; No. 4, £8 6/6; other expenses, £8 10/11. Various worts reported in progress.

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ADELAIDE CORN MARKET. Adelaide, July 16, 1868. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 17 July 1868

ADELAIDE CORN MARKET. } Adelaide, July 16,1868. I The Wheat and Flour market has remained ex- J ceediugly dull 4urjug the week, witli a dow nwari tendency, and hardly anyflales Lave taken place. Bran and Pollard are not' quite eo firm, although stocks are oply moderate. There is nothing doing in Barley. Oats. V*' We quote to-day Wheat}' 7/ to 7/3 per bushel; Hour, £19 to £20 per tbn; Brain, 1/6 per . bushel; Pollard, 1/9 to 1/10; Cape Barley, 2/6 to 3j; English Barley, 4/ to 5/; JDape Okts, 3/ to 3/6; English Oats, 4/6 to 5/. " v - A. F. CHRISTEN & CO.

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KADINA. July 15, 1868. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 17 July 1868

KADTNA-. {"From our own Correspondent.] _ July 15, 1868. The recent continuance of heavy rams that have fallen in district has proved very ac ceptable. The gardens are looking admirable, and cattle feed is plentiful; our streets however, I am sorry to say are in a most disgraceful state. Several attempts have been made to form a District Council or Corporation, but difficulties have appeared in the way which are not yet over come. ' Signor Abeceo, the well-known harpist and tenor singer, has beefa giving a. series, of ^concerts in the Oddfellow's Hall, Kadina, and has met with extensive patronage. On Tuesday, the 7th insfc., an entertainment was given at Wallaroo, on behalf of the Yorke's Peninsula Native Mission, by the members of the Toung Men's Association. A good programme was prepared, but was not so well carried out as usual ; however, some of the pieces were con siderably applauded. A special truck was laid on from Kudina, and a party of about twenty went down.

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The Kapunda Herald. FRIDAY, JULY 17, 1868. GOVERNMENT RETRENCHMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 17 July 1868

Wfyt HajmnUa Utrattj, FRIDAY, JULY VI, 1868. GOVERNMENT . RETRENCHMENT. We bear on all sides a considerable amount of speculative talk as to the nature of the pruning: down of expenses-the re trenchment policy--of the present Ministry, whose Premier, by his former exploits, is already known among the Civil Service as the Government Clipper. It is quite natural enough that those who are to be the sufferers by this policy should fail to appreciate its necessity, or to be persuaded of its justice. Still, despite their dissent, it is undoubtedly only right tnat the affairs of the country should be darned on In the most efficient manner, and with as little expenditnre as possible. As in the basi j ness arrangements of private-firms, so in ! the Government Offices there should be work for each man, and a man for each work. And it is in this direction tbe re trenchment policy of the Government should tend-the doing away with useless surplus officers, and the amalgamation of certain duties ...

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AUBURN. July 15, 1868. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 17 July 1868

AUBURN. [From our own Correspondent] July 15,1868. . We have recently had several nights ofc hard frost. The weather is now more seasonable, and the grass is springing up fast. On Thursday last a soiree was given by the members of the Mutual Improvement Society in the Town Hall, which was well attended consider ing the -weather -which had some days previously prevailed. The programme was creditable. Head ings were given by the President and Mr. J. Cash; recitations by Messrs. Richardson, Baker, Walters, Threadgold, and Carey; dialogues by Messrs. Spicer andBarkla (Edward and Warwick), Messrs Holmes and Bremner (Iiochiel and the Wizard), aud by Messrs. Gross and Barkla (Brutus and Cas sius). During the evening the members waited upon the audience -with refreshments; several pieces of music were also given. Bailee the buishranger was brought here on Fri day last, and was brought up for examination to day, but no one could be found to lay a charge against him, although no one doubts hi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 17 July 1868

Holloway's Ointment and Pills. Sores, Wounds, and Ulcers.-Every variety of sore, nicer, eruption, boil, and carbuncle, is safely stopped in its destructive course by the timely application of tliis healing Ointment. It arrests unhealthy, and substitutes healthy action, thus curing the inflamed, irritable, and spreading dis- j eases affecting the skin. Holloway's Ointment has gained an imperishable fame for its facility in healing old inflammatory sores about the shins and ancles, and for bad legs and old wounds it cannot be equalled : nor is it less efficacious in gathered breasts and abscesses. When the com plaint has been of long continuance, Holloway's Pills will expedite recovery, if taken in those doses which act as alteratives on the stomach, and tonics on the constitution.-Advt. A VVAKJN1JSU. DO you sutfer from physical incapacity 1 Are you suffering from nervous debility? Have you been the guilty victim of any secret vice? Do you .sutler from a set of symptoms nearly akin mu...

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CITY CORRESPONDENCE. Adelaide, July 16, 1868. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 17 July 1868

CITY CORRESPONDENCE. fProm our owe Correspondent.^ f _ Adelaide, July 16,1868, We are having the calm before the storm, and '^6 Parliament, which lias been summoned -for the 31st, is bracing itself for crises. Our future senators have, with becoming modesty and taste, been taking lessons in elocution from Mr. Mont gomery. 2Jo degradation in that, for Mr. Mont gomery was teacher of elocution to tLR.H the Prince of Wales, besides being a personal friend of the Duke of Edinburgh. It is edifying how royal patronage brings out the talent of an artist. Not that one of Mr. Montgomery's mettle needs such a stimulus, but its operation is evident even in his case. With the so-called most refined portion pf his audience it is most conspicuous. You have heard much of his magnificent houses, but it has not been specified that the two best were " command nights." Coining from a civi lized country where people go to the theatre at , their own discretion and for the mere enjoyment of the drama, one...

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CORRESPONDENCE. NEW ZEALAND. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 17 July 1868

CORRESPONDENCE. NEW ZEALAND. TO THE EDITOB. Sir-It is some time now since I promised to inform you, and my friends, through, you, how I liked my new home. To say the truth, I did not like it at all at first, because all was strange to me in a strange country too, so X was placed' at a great disadvantage, but am glad to say now I like the place better than I did. I was some fire weeks out of employment at first, because I wzz not known, but now I have constant employment, with fair wages, so that we are getting along quite comfortable. We have enjoyed first-rate health ever since we have been in New Zealand, so that we have no cause to complain after all, but great cause for gratitude. I will try and describe a little of the country, i.e., as much as I know of it, and that is not much. The coast is very mountainous, and there are veiy high mountains all around Wellington. Wellington is a veiy rising place, its population about 7,000,1 did not like that place at all, so we left, and c...

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ARE THERE OTHER INHABITED WORLDS? [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 17 July 1868

ARE THERE OTHER INHABITED WORLDS ? In consequence of the publication of a small volume by an eminent Cambridge authority a few years ago, a controversy arose and raged for some time as to the possible inhabitation of the other bodies of space by beings in any degree analogous to those who dwell upon earth. Since then, science has been making advances, and all of them that bear on this question are unequivocally in favour of its affirmative side. We formerly inferred from La Place's theory oi the formation of the solar system, that its chemical elements were throughout the same. To the same purport was the isolated fact, that the meteorites which occasionally fall from space upon the sur face of the earth, are com Dosed of metallic elements, all of which are found in the composition of our planet. So fair, of course, this identity of constitution favoured the idea that other globes might sustain in habitants like our own It was desirable, however, that we should have some direct proo...

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WESLEYAN SOIREE. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 17 July 1868

WESLEYA.N SOIREE. On Monday evening last there was a. very numerous attendance at the Wesleyan Chapel, Kapunda, on the occasion of the soiree got up by the Mutual Improvement Society in connection ?with that place of -worship, on behalf of the har monium fund, the chief attraction, however, being the promised lecture by the Eev. Mr. Bath, the pastor of the Circuit. - The meeting having been opened by singing and prayer, his Worship the Mayor of Kapunda was voted to the chair. The Chairman in taking that position expressed the pleasure which so doing afforded him; he was also pleased to see so many present, which showed that their proceedings though novel were under stood. Like all all other movements, that of religion had to be progressive-not that they should join the amusements of the irreligious, but that they should adopt such usages for the advance of religion as in themselves were innocent and pure, and tended also to advance other interests. Hence it was that the churches wer...

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RHYNIE. July 13, 1868. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 17 July 1868

RHYNIE. [Prom our own Correspondent.] July 13, 1868. Tlio weather here lias been delightful during this week, but we have had some very sharp frosty nights. On Monday last, OUT little township was all alive with the District Council Elections, and this year an unusual interest was manifested, ten candidates being proposed, viz.-Messrs. Coles, Curnow, Crittenden, McNamara, Niekols, Day, Aitcheson, Smith, Kemp, and Bentley. Those elected were Messrs. Curnow, Nickols, and McHamara, and Messrs. Ryan and Edwards were elected Auditors. A large number of ratepayers were present, and everything went off very quietly. I am told we are going to have another general store, whieli will then make three in this town ship. ____________________

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BRITISH AND FOREIGN EXTRACTS [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 17 July 1868

BRITISH AND FOREIGN EXTRACTS Mr. James Cane, a native of Tours, but of En glish extraction, has just died, leaving a million of francs to the poor of that town. He was brought up a Protestant, but had become a member of the new sect of Solidaires, and desired by his will to be buried without funeral rites. The Feniaus have given up their " head quarters," Fourth-street, New York, and the sign " To be let" has appeared on the building. The telegraph is capable of being used for very singular purposes. A letter from Madrid pub lished in a Spanish provincial paper states that on the 23rd of April, "at half-past 7 o'clock in the morning, a few Lours before expiring, the Duke of Valencia (Marshal Narvaez) had the consola tion to receive the apostolic blessing and general absolution, which his Holiness Pio TX; hearing of his condition, had sent him from Rome by a tele graphic despatch." Of the late minister the Gironde tells the following story:-When the marshal felt that his end was appr...

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SADDLEWORTH. July 15, 1868. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 17 July 1868

SADDLE WORTH. rProm our own Correspondent.] July 15,1868. Monday being the day appointed for the elec tion of the three District Councillors, was the busiest day we have seen here for a long time j 108 voters came to the poll, and considerable excitement was manifested through out the day. The majority of the voters remained till the close, when the declaration of the poll resulted in the following gentlemen being appointed for the ensuing year-Messrs. Michael Manning, Thomas McEwin, and John Caskey. The meeting was brought to a close by short speeches from the candidates. Gh>od order characterized the pro ceedings. After a plentiful supply of rain, we have had some fine days, with cold frosty nights. The young crops seem to be rather backward as yet, owing, no doubt, to the frost. The public health seems to bevery good generally. A ease or two of diphtheria have occurred during the past month. One little girl belonging to Mr. Norman died with it last week.

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