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RIVERTON V. AUBURN. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 26 November 1878

Bjveston v. Aubtteit. The above Clubs met at Riverton on Satur day, November 16, and the match resulted in a victory for the Rivertonians, which is not surprising considering the number of disad vantages the Auburnites played under. The Auburn team haviug lost the toss were sent "to the wickets, where tliey remained until a total of 88 had been reached, J. Millard and W. Rebbeck making 21 and 29 respectively. The Rivertonians in their first innings made 154, the Rev. J. Burns contributing 47, A. Horner, 29, and W. Cobb 28. The Auburns had now 66 to make to save a one innings defeat, which they failed to reach, the hist wicket falling for 61, the only double figures being ft. Wylie 10 and W. Rebbeck 19. The A uburns played with ten men, of whom four were substitutes. The want of an efficient umpire was sorely felt by the Auburn team.

Publication Title: Kapunda Herald
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LOCAL TELEGRAMS. (Form our own Correspondent.] November 25, 3.30 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 26 November 1878

LOCAL TELEGKRiJMS. (Troni oar own Correspondent.] November 25, 3.30 p.m. A deputation, consisting of clergymen and temperance, men (including the venerable Captain Bagot, waited on the Chief Secretary to advocate the consolidation of the Liquor Laws. They urged the appointment of a Commission to consider the whole question. The Chief Secretary replied favorably, and said he would recommend the adoption of their suggestion. The members of the Norwood Rifles have determined to erect a monument over the grave of Corporal Heath, the men devoting several days' pay to that object. The trial of Gammon & Deering's reaper and binder made to-day was satisfactory, con sidering the cold windy weather prevailing.

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NEW SOUTH WALES. Sydney, November 21. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 26 November 1878

NEW SOUTH WALES. Sydney, November 21. A crowded meeting held at Newcastle to night expressed sympathy with the anti Chinese strikers. Sydney, November 22. It is stated that the A.S.N. Company have decided to lay up all their steamers for the present. The Company is making an effort to discharge inward cargoes. There is a report that some constituents of the Company are endeavoring to mediate between it and the men.

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GAWLER. [From our own Correspondent.] November 25, 1878. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 26 November 1878

GrAWLER,. ["From our own Correspondent.3 November 25,1878. Our decorations, dust, and hot weather have vanished—the latter for a short time only. I think we have had more than our share this season already. His Excellency will no doubt retain a lively recollection of our " Modern Athens" in years to come, and will perhaps on his next visit make arrange ments with the clerk of the weather to let us have it a bit bearable. The Mayor's ball was a great success. There were about 200 present, and dancing was kept up until 3 o'clock in the morning. On Wednesday afternoon our cricketers played a team from (3-umeracha, and defeated them easily. The weather was not at all favourable for cricket. They also I hear gave your club a drubbing on Saturday. They must be rallying up—three victories out of four matches. Reaping is pretty general with us. The yield is much better than last season's, but it is nothing very heavy. The weather is very favourable for -harvest operations at present.

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OUR CITY LETTER. [From our own Correspondent.] Adelaide, November 23, 1878. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 26 November 1878

OUR CITY LETTER [From our own Correspondent.] Adelaide, November 23,1878. In these dull times it is quite a treat to get hold of something even mildly sensational to ■write about. Not that our daily papers have not occasionally exciting news, but then to meet with something that the indefatigable and ubiquitous reporters, sub-editors, or editors have not-already passed through their omniverous, ostrich-like mills, is indeed a rarity. I am sorry I have not exactly met •with anything so refreshingly fresh, but my attention has been drawn to something which I have not heard commented upon. About six or eight months ago the Corporation of the City of Adelaide passed a number of regulations for the management of " Common Lodging-houses." I am not aware who was the solicitor who drew up the regulations, but should imagine that they were the work of that profound legal luminary, the erudite Town Clerk. However, the regulations are well meant, and if properly and judiciously administered th...

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A FALL OF TWO THOUSAND FEET. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 29 November 1878

A FALL OF TWO THOUSAND FEET. The Murrurundi Times of a recent date has the subjoined account of an almost incredable and most extraordinary inci dent :—" On Thursday last we were re ceived intelligence of an accident so utterly out of the ordinary run of events as to produce at first a feeling of incredulity, but as the person interested is an old re sident of Murrurundi, and can be referred to by our readers, we have no hesitation in giving the details as received. On Wednesday last, Mr. Robert Hall, of this town, started on horse-back for Dry Creek, near Scone, intending to attend an auction sale to be held in that locality. Taking a short eut over the Banges, he leached the summit of the spur known as Kocky Downfall, near the head of Dry Creek. Here he missed the only track leading irom that almost inaccessible height; but choosing a course along the pie^ipitous face of the rock, sought to effect a descent. This was accomplished with much d-ffi culty, when an unforianate slip gav...

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SELECTED POETRY. GENEALOGY OP THE CLAN MACGREGOR. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 29 November 1878

SELECTED POETRY. GENEALOGY OP THE CLAN MACGBEGOR. [By John Babe, a native of Paisley, now of Otago, N.Z.] Before Apollo had. a lute More than a hundred year Macgregor played on his own pipes, His Highland Clan to cheer. He had a boat, too, of his own, Made out of Highland "wood. "Which saved MacGregor and his friends From drowning at the flood. And you must know the Gaelic .tongue ■ Was spoken in Glen Eden, For Adam wrote his Highland sangs The time his sheep were feedin'. And Mrs. Adam's name was Grant, She came from Abergeldy, She was a poetess, and wrote The Birks o' Aberfeldy. And, furthermore, old Tubal Cain, His name was Dugaid Dhu, But was misprinted in the Book, The printer being fu'. He was a blacksmith to his trade, And made the first claymore; Besides he made the coat o' mail That Noali's father wore. And furthermore, its gospel truth, . He did invent the bell, Because you see he sold a dram, And needit it himseF. Young Dugaid Vulcan served Ms time With this same Dugaid D...

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TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 29 November 1878

TO THE EDITOB. Sir—In the report of the above cricket match. I am reported as being a meniher of the South Adelaides, which I don't deuy ; but I am also a member of the GUwler Cricket Club, which Club T have played with for years, and where I also live. 1 only play for the South Adelaides in cup matches and not in country matches, as will be s^n by the report of the cricket match on November 9, when I played for Gawler against South Adelaide. " Cover Point" wants to ofEer some apology to the people of Kapunda for not winning the match on their own ground by mentioning my name, and also George Bright's, as belonging to the South Adelaide Club. Hoping that your readers will not be led to believe that I was imported from the South Adelaides to play for Gawler, I am, Sir, &c., J. H. TARDIF. Ghawler, November 27, 1879. [As will be seen by the foot-note above, the remarks objected to were not iatended in the manner implied. —ED.J

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CORRESPONDENCE. THE GAWLER, AND KAPUNDA CRICKET MATCH. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 29 November 1878

CORRESPONDENCE. It mast be understood that we do not necessarily endorse the opinions of Correspondents ander this heading. THE GrAWLER, AND KAPUNDA CRICKET MATCH. TO THE EDITOB. Sir—I must protest against the remarks made by your reporter of the above match ia reference to my dieeisiou as to the running out of McLaren. As for the remarks of the spec tators I care nothing for them, as they are utterly unable to say whether the umpire's decision is right or wrong; and aB for the opinion of jour reporter the gentleman who is usually supposed to fill that position was some considerable distance behind the wicket when the decision was given, so if it be his opinion it is simply worth nothing, as he oould not see. I unhesitatingly say McLaren's bat was not down wlien the wicket was put down by a throw from Oouche, and I am sufficiently experienced as an umpire to hare my wits about me in deciding a simple ques tion like that. Had the ball not gone through Tardifs hands and hit the wicket...

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EUDUNDA. [From our own Correspondent.] November 26, 1878. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 29 November 1878

EUDTJNDA. pprom our own Correspondent.] November 26, 1878. We had some liglit showers of rain and a cold -wind yesterday, which will very much impede the harvesting operations, which had begun in this district. Several small lots of new wheat of fair quality have been brought into the township and sold. It is expected that the average yield of the district will be about eight bushels to the acre, and that the grain will be better than last year. The hot winds of Wednesday and Thursday did much damage in places where the crops had far advanced. Some improvements are taking place here. Our townsman Mr. W. Brix is putting his house in repair again and adding, a portion to it. It is to be hoped it will stand fire better this time. The Eudunda Hotel is to be en tirely renovated, and an addition is already being made to it. The yards, &c., have a very different appearance within the last few weeks. Our goods-shed is almost completed, and in a few weeks we expect to see things live...

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BROADBRIM'S FOREIGN LETTER. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 29 November 1878

BItO AD B RIM'S FOREIGN LETTER. We parted company last week on the shores of Lake Lemon in sight of the Swiss Alps, grandest among which Mont Blanc rears its snowy crest into the clouds. The day was lovely, and a soft breeze swept down the lake, just sufficient to raise a slight ripple upon the surface of the water. On either shore sweet little villas, quaint cottages, and odd-looking chalets nestled among the trees ; occasionally some mansion of grander pre tensions might be seen, surrounded by beauti ful flower parterres and ornamental shrub bery; and on the distant hills old castles crowned the summits, where in the oldeu time fierce barons kept their state, and among whose traditions are those terrible stories of cruelty and sin that make up the romances of the past. A little after midday we readied the Castle of Chill on, and there, leaning be side the stone pillar to which Bonivard was chained for so many years, I heard recited i Byron's poem of the " Prisoner of Chillon." The...

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MAIL NOTICES. Post-Office, Kapunda. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 29 November 1878

MAIL NOTICES. Post-Office, Eapunda. 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 AUandale, Hamilton, Marrable, Saddle ■wortli, and places on tlie Burra-road at 10 p.m. daily. For Bagot's Well at 10.20 a.m. For St. John's and Jvoonunga 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.

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LOCAL TELEGRAMS. [From our own Correspondent.] Adelaide, Nov. 28, 3.45 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 29 November 1878

-r+. LOCAL TELEGE VMS, [From our own Correspondent.] Adelaide, Nov. 28, 3.45 p.m. The premises of Mr. Broad bent, baker, have been fired by a child who was playing with matches. The upper portion.of the building was consumed, by fire, and the lower portion destroyed by the water. The loss is partially covered by insurance in tlie Northern Insurance Company. The F and G- Companies Adelaide Rifles form a guard of honor at the prorogation of Parliament to-morrow. The Flower Show to-day was fairly good, but not so large as usual, some of the largest exhibitors being absent. Fruits and vege tables were good, and there were some splen did new plants from the Botanic Garden. Buyers refuse to give over 4s. 8d. per bushel for new wheat.

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COMMERCIAL. ADELAIDE CORN MARKET. [From our own Correspondent.] Adelaide, November 28. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 29 November 1878

COMMERCIAL. ADELAIDE CORN MARKET. [From our own Correspondent.] Adelaide, November 28. Business continues very quiet. There is nothing doing in Flour and almost the same in Wheat. New Wheat is being offered at Port Adelaide at 4/10 without finding a buyer. The price at Port Pirie is 4/4. " Kapunda Herald" Office, Kovember 28, 1878. Wheat—4/5 per bushel. Hat—£2 Flour ... Bran .. Pollard Hams .. Bacon .. Cheese .. Butter .. per tor. Wholesale. Retail. £11 10/perton 27/per bag 1/4 per bush. 1/5 per bush 1/5 " 1/6 /8 per lb. /10 per lb. 16 " 17 " {8 per doz. /9 /8 « 19 " 110 per doz.

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REUTER'S TELEGRAMS HALIFAX, November 21. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 29 November 1878

TtETTTER'S TELEGRAMS HALIFAX, November 21. The Marquis of Jborn ana tne l'rmcess Louise have arrived safely at Halifax. LONDON", November 25. The British Government are sending rein forcements to the troops in the Cape Colony. LONDON, November 26. The portion of the Dobrudscha ceded by Turkey has been occupied by the Roumanians 0,s an equivalent for the restored strip of Bessarabia taken from Russia after the Crimean War. It is understood that Russia waives her demands for a permanent right-of •yray through the ceded territory. The leaders of the Liberal party deny the imputation conveyed in a recent despatch that the late Gladstone Cabinet are responsi ble for the present Affghan war. LONDON, November 25. The quantity of wheat afloat for the United Kingdom is 1,605,000 quarters. Consols are quoted to-day at 95|d. The market rate of discount is 4 per cent. The price of silver is 4s. <2fd. Tin—Aus tralian and Straits, £64 10s. per ton. At the wool sales to-day 7,800 bales ...

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MONTHLY CALENDAR—NOVEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 29 November 1878

MONTHLY CALENDAR— NOVEMBER. Day of Month and Week. Sttn. 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...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 29 November 1878

QAUTION TO THE PUBLIC. PREVENTION OF FIRE. Chief Secretary's Office, Adelaide. 1st November, 1878. The attention of the Public is directed to the provisions of the Bush Fires Acts, No. 18 of 1864, and 15 of 1874; all Police-constables and Orown Lands Rangers having received strict instructions to take proceedings and re cover penalties for offences under the said Acts. The following are offences under the Acts:— 1. Burning stubble between 1st November and 31st- January, unless between 4 and 10 in the afternoon, or during hours fixed by District Councils ; or without giving neigh bours one day'6 notice ; or without plough ing or clearing at least three feet round inside the fence ; or without having at least four persons present to assist in preventing spread of five. Ponalty—Not less than Three and not exceeding Ten Pounds. 2. Using ignitable wadding between 1st September and 30th April. Penalty— Five Pounds. 3. Opposing the examination of any gun carried on the land of another pers...

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MUNICIPAL NOMINATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 29 November 1878

MUNICIPAL NOMINATIONS, The nominations for the vacant places in the -Town Council took jilace on "Wednesday, at noon, in the presence of a fevy ratepayers at the Town Council Office. Precisely at 12 His Warship the Mayor (Dr. Blood) proceeded to the door of the Office, and read the nominations as follows;— Foe Mayor. JtowuTT, Joseph, Qf Kapunda, miller, proposed hy Messrs. R. J- Day, J". Mullen, D. A. M^cLachlan, and A. H. Q-reenshields ; seconded by Messrs. -J. Small, L. Meincke, H. Jackson, and W. Nicholson. Wheatiet, James, of Kapunda, machinist, proposed by Messrs. Robert Willett, William Hawke, and William Regan ; seconded by Messrs, Henry Watson, Wesley Millican, and A. Gr. Nation, His Worship notified that both candidates having signified their willingness to serve if elected, and there being more than one nomination all further proceedings would be adjourned until Monday next, when the voting would be taken in each Ward betwixt the hours of 9 and 4. Cotjkcilloes. His Worship...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 29 November 1878

EW Supply of "CLATEE'S TfVWTI.VTVr AATTTTSnWATlT ATJ-PTWT? " JLH EVERY MAN UTS OWN FARRIER," by D. McTaggartj Member of the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons, London ; together with RAREY^S TREATMENT and MANAGE MENT of the HORSE. Earners, and all -who have to do with horses should have this Book. Price, 2s. 3d.; per Post. 2s. 9d. SCANDRETT & ELLIOTT, TEN EXHIBITION PRIZE MEDALS. FRY'S COCOA FRY'S CARACAS COCOA in packet* and tins, -specially recommended by the Manufacturers, is prepared from the cele brated Coooa of Caracas, combined with other choice descriptions. "A most deli oious and valuable article."—Standard. TjT It T' S C O C O A JJ FRY'S EXTRACT OF COCOA, in tins. "Really consists of Cocoa Mbs de prived of superfluous oil, than which, if properly prepared, there is no nicer or more wholesome preparation of Cocoa."—Food, Water, and Air, Db. Hassall. E I ' S COCOA E FRY'S HOMXEPATHIC COCOA, in packets and tins, is an article strongly recommended by many eminent Med...

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The Kapunda Herald. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 1878. REJECTION OF THE TAXATION BILL. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 29 November 1878

CJ)c Hapuitfcaf^raUi, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 1878. REJECTION OF THE TAXA TION BILL. The members of the Legislative Council have been true to their order. They have shown that it is property they represent and not the colony, by rejecting the Taxation Bill by eleven votes to two. Nothing but a pro found regard for self-interest, could have led the Council to vote as they did, and the only justification which can be pleaded is that looking at the question through distorted mediums they actually deceived themselves as they wished others to be deceived, and thus voted for the worse believing it to be the better cause. It is and has for years past been notorious that the working class contribute far more than their fair proportion of the general revenue through the Customs, and that capital and property escape almost untouched. One hon. member (JV£r. Usher) says that furniture, clothes, and pianos pay duty, but these do not efPect the working-classes. It is true it is tolerably warm here a...

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