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CORRESPONDENCE. WIDTH OF TERES BILL. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 31 July 1868

}? CORRESPONDENCE. . WIDTH OF TERES BILL. TO IHfi EDITOB. - , Sir-We are living in suehanage ofeensations _ either real or imaginary, and are blessedwith sucli intensely "wise politicians and iawgivers, tbat it is nothing jafc all, wonderful; for them to propound or place before the public such extoordmanly in tricate problems that neither. themselves nor. any . oile elsecoiild, can^ or Wilt ever solve them, ;eather now or at any future period. The Act lately - passed is ^amongst the many first-class instances of our Legislators stupendous -wisdom and far seeing judgment-I mean, the " Width of Tires Bill," an act, delightful that as it xnay be to the propagators, is rather disgusting than otherwise to those interesting martyrs who may have to wuffer from its enforcement. One thing is evident if the width of tire is increased by tonnage, &c., to any great' extent, we shall no doubt require ? oar Government roads in time an extra chain or so in width also. Unfortunately, I am ...

Publication Title: Kapunda Herald And Northern Intelligencer
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STOCKPORT. TUESDAY, JULY 28, 1868. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 31 July 1868

STOCKPORT. Tuesday, Juiy 28,1868. ? Present-Tke Chairman and Councillors 0'3?ea and Megaw. Clerk to demand handcuffs, &c., .from late Constable Pearson. Meeting of rate . payers to be called for tlie purpose of electing a Councillor in the room of Councillor Long resigned. --

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NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 31 July 1868

1STOTICE TO COEEESPOKDENTS. A I/OVEB OF HORSEFLESH writes to complain that postal matters at tlie Hansborough. Post-office are conducted in anything but a satisfactory' .manner; affirming that after riding many miles to get their letters,, tlie settlers are frequently kept Out of them through the neglect of the Postmaster. Complaints of this nature should be forwarded to the Postmaster-<3reneral, -who would cause an in vestigation to be made and, should-the complaint "prove to be well grounded, take steps to prevent ?a recurrence of the grievance.

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AUBURN. July 29, 1868. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 31 July 1868

AUBURN. July 29,1868. The weafclier for the past few days has been "very pleasant, though, not so warm, as we conld. wish for, now that the tender blade is appearing j and the sharp frosts during the nights still con tinue keeping feed very scarce. The Northern Agricultural Society have given notice in time of the forthcoming exhibition ; and it is to be hoped that the farmers will do all they can to make known what can be produced in the Worth. The total amount of the prizes offered for stock amounts to £85 15s.; for poultry, fowls, vegetables, &c., £16 17s. Last night the members of the Auburn Mutual Improvement Society gave an entertainment at Undalya, in aid of the Library there. The school room was well filled at an early hour in the even ing, Mr. James Heaslip being unanimously voted to the chair. The meeting was opened by singing and and prayer. Mr. J. W. Castine then read the " Wreck of the London." Mr. 5. H. Adamson gave a reading, entitled " The Man that Killed his...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 31 July 1868

BBTH. BENNETT.-At Kapunda, on Saturday, July 25, tlie wife of Mr. C. Bennett, of a son.

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SADDLEWORTH. July 29, 1868. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 31 July 1868

SADDLEWORTH. ["From our own Correspondent."] July 29, 1868. The state of the weather seems to be a succes sion of rain and frost. Our new township is going ahead. I see that two cottages are built, another is in progress, and preparations are being made for more ; so tliat in a sliort time we expect to see a smart little place. The talk is,-that rail way operations will commence here next week. If so, it will be a good thing for the farmers, who have finished seeding, and are on the look-outfor a ready-cash job. I heard that the contractor got upset with his trap yesterday, but fortunately escaped injury.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 31 July 1868

Hollo way's Pills. - Functional Dis orders.-Who would be well must see that every organ of the body does its duty fully and fairly, which every one may certainly insure by occa sionally resorting to these Pills, or by talking a course of them, according to the printed directions folded round each box. Stomach, liver, kidneys, and bowels are all reached by their purifying and corrective powers; and any departure from their natural action is strenuously resisted, and order and regularity enforced. Healtli may always be preserved by attentive obedience to Holloway's directions, and by using his medicines as advised by them. All obstructions "will by this means be removed, the blood will be purified, and its free and faultless circulation, established.-Ad-nt. A WARNING. DO you Buffer from physical incapacity if Are you suffering from nervous debility? Have you been the guilty victim of any secret vice? Do you suffer from a set of symptoms nearly akin more or less to the followingA prett...

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The Kapunda Herald. FRIDAY, JULY 31, 1868. THE COMING SESSION. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 31 July 1868

Witt Ivapuntja FRIDAY, JULY 31, 1868. THE COMING SESSION. By the time that- our journal makes its appearance the elected of our Province will have pet in conclave. The Members returned by the various districts know that they now possess the confidence of at least the majority of the electors represented by them, and it rests with them by their future action to strengthen or dispel that feeling. Seeing that so many of the members off the House are new to their present posi tion, it will be needful to exercise to the utmost their ability and intelligence in the passing of such measures as shall ulti mately prove of practical utility to the community at large--not striving in a narrow spirit to benefit one particular dis trict atr the expense of the general interest, ^but-legislating--for -the-colony as.a whole. There be many who will anxiously scruti nize the actions of the new members-only too anxious .to catch jthem tripping-but we shall be glad to find the various mem- , bers -so a...

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THE WIDTH OF TIRES ACT. MEETING AT RHYNIE. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 31 July 1868

THE WIDTH OF TIRES ACT. MEETING- AT HHYOTE. I rprom our own- Correspondent/] A meeting was held at the Hotel, Rhyme,- to consider the Width of Tires Act, when there were about fifty persons present. Mr. Nickolls, District Chairman, presided. The Chairman_read the advertisement convening the meeting, and hoped all the speakers would hare an impartial hearing. Mr. P. McNamara, J.P., was then called, who explained that he had convened the meeting at the request of -several of the ratepayers, after the late election meeting. He said they were all irell aware that the Act was a perfect nuisance, especially to the owners of two-wheeled vehicles. He as one who had studied the subject, came to the conclusion that the best method to meet ,the difficulty would be to have toll-bars; he would therefore move " That a petition be presented to . Parliament, praying for the erection of toll-bars .on the different roads, to maintain the roads of the Colony." Mr. Harvey briefly seconded. ~ Mr. O'Loug...

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PRELIMINARY INVESTIGATION. [Before J. S. Varley, Esq., S.M., W. Lewis, Esq., M.P., Dr. Tallis, J.P., and Dr. Blood, J.P. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 31 July 1868

PEEtr&EQTAET INTESTIGATIOH. [Before J. S. Varley, Esq., S.M., W. Lewis, Esq., M.P., Dr. TaUis, J.P., and Dr. Blood, J.P. Patrick Meaney and Thomas Hose were brought up on remand charged with committing rape on the person of Rebecca Coulter, at the Light Scrub, near Linwood, on the evening of Saturday, the 18th inst. *? Mr. Palmer appeared for the informant; and Mr. Brady and Mr. Emerson for the two prisoners. Rebecca Coulter examined. By Mr. Palmer-Was the wife of Hemy J. Coulter, labouring man, of near Linwood 3 on the evening of Saturday, the 18th inst., was at hoine with her three children, her husband being away; the eldest of the children, Rosina, was nearly seven j years old ; was in the kitchen after dark ; heard Patrick Meaney and the other man come across the creek, about twenty-five yards from her door; recognised them by their voices ; knew Meaney's voice quite well; he lived the length of two sections from witness ; had only seen Rose once before; they came to wi...

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CITY CORRESPONDENCE. Adelaide, July 30, 1868. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 31 July 1868

CITY CORRESPONDENCE. pTrom our own Correspondent.! Adelaide, July 30,1868. I To-morrow we sliall be again in the full enjoy ment of our constitutional rights. Parliament is to meet at twelve o'clock, wlien the new Assembly will be sworn in by the Chief Justice and Judge Grwynne. Three hours have been allowed for that preliminary ceremony and for the election of a Speaker, after which Bis Acting Excellency will be sent for to read a few paragraphs of con gratulation on red rust, bad trade, and declining revenue. The Parliament will then be declared open, and Mr. Strangways will forthwith ask the Treasurer if it be true that so-and-so has happened during recess, and if not, why not. The first division will be on the Speakership, that is if any one has got a friend to propose in place of Mr. Kingston, of which there is as yet no indication. You are of course aware that Speaker is an hono rary title conferred on the worst orator in the House. He has to sit on a dais above all the other ...

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CLARE. July 29, 1868. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 31 July 1868

CLA;RE. [From our own Correspondent."! July 29,1868. We are just now having beautiful fine days, but very cold frosty nights j which is a. nice change from the almost incessant wet weather we had for some time. The crops and grass are very backward, but as yet I hear no complaint of red rust. A great deal of new ground will be broken up this year in the neighbournood of Magpie Creek, and also on the G-um Creek. Last Thursday evening a dinner was given to Mr. Thompson Priest, one of our late Councillors. About thirty were present, and a very agreeable evening was spent. The people of Clare are now trying for a Cor poration. It is quite early enough, but at the same time our streets are quite impassable after a little rain; and I think, should they obtain it, that before twelve months expires every one will be satisfied that such steps have been taken. Our Amateur Theatricals intend giving us two evenings' entertainment next week. From the very attractive programme, I should say large...

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LOCAL COURT—KAPUNDA. WEDNESDAY, JULY 22, 1868. [Before J. Varley, Esq., S.M., W. Lewis, Esq., M.P., and Dr. Tallis, J.P.] GATES AND ANOTHER V. THOMSON. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 31 July 1868

LOCAL COURT-&APUNDA. WEDNESDAY, JULY 22,1868. [Before J. Yarley, Esq., S.M., W. Lewis, Esq., M.P., and Dr. Tallis, J.PJ G-ATES AND ANOTHEB V. THOMSON. Claim for £48 12/6. Mr. Emerson for plaintiff; Mr. Brady for de fendant. Mt. Emerson applied for an adjournment, to which. Mr. Brady objected. The case was proceeded with, Mr. Emerson stating the plaintiffs' claim to be for work and labour done by the plaintiffs for the defendant at the defendant's request; to which the defend ant appeared ; and an order was made by the Court, for further particulars in the money count. The defendant was one of the contractor's sureties for the erection of the Baptist Chapel, Kapunda; the works eame to a stand-still, and the Committee intended to carry out the works themselves, coming upon the sureties to make good any extra cost incurred ; when, as he was instructed, the defendant said rather than the I Committee jsfaauMjcany cm the work, he would complete it if 3 cost mm £500; and to secure ...

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SKILLOGOLEE GREEK. July 24, 1868. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 31 July 1868

SKfLLOGOLEtfl CKEEK. fFrom our own Correspondent"! July 24,1868. If mankind showed as mucli sign of a merciful disposition as the country round here shows signs of having been thoroughly soaked with rain, all I can say is, that it would be a blessing to the universe at large; and if the farmers are not thankful for the bountiful supply of one of heaven's choicest boons-water-why they ought never to expect another drop of it, and they certainly would not deserve it if they did. But farmers are, after all, only mortals, and, like all other mortals, always ciy "stop" when they think they have had enough, and " more " when they think they have not. And really sometimes people would almost imagine they thought them selves the best dispensers of wet and dry weather; for if it hapiiens to rain a little more than they bargain for, they sing out (Angliee grumble J as if they were deeply injured ; and if it does not rain quite enough to please them, they are | almost as much, disheartened and...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 31 July 1868

^P£0IAL NOTICE. JACKMAJFS AUCTION MAHT. StAIN-STREET, KAPUNDA, i JOSEPH JACjK^A?* ftegs l<? mtirm Ms Slriehdfl&nd thePublic generally that, lie intends .Tipping a. WEEKLY SALE by j AUCTION every SATURDAY afternoon at 2 o'clock, and at 7 in the evening. Parties having (roods to Dispose of-will oblige the auctioneer by sending tliem not later tlian j 10 o'clock on Friday Mprqing.. Sales attended in any part of the colony. [189c I APUWDA AJND LIGHT AGRI CULTURAL SOCIETY.-NOTICE is] hereby given-ibat the ANNUAL PLOUGliLUG J MATCH and SHOW OF STOCK in connection ?with the above Society will be held on the land of Mr. JAMES ROBERTS, Rose Hill Farm (near Mr. James --White's), ..ALLEN'S. CREEK, on WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER, 2, when a liberal prize list will be offered. For fall Prize List eee Eapunda Herald of the 7tlraii.d 28th August, Observer of the-15th, and Chronicle of the 22nd August. THOS. pUELLj Hon. Sec. I^apunda, July 3i, 1868. TT1IVE PoOTDS HEWARD.-Where Jj as some...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 31 July 1868

11 G ADVERTISERS in the EAPUNDA HERALD.-The following is the SCALE of DISCOUNTS on Advertisements in the KAPDUDA HERALD, when prepaid: iMertionfi5.. } 1*d*111 ^ ShiUinS'or 12^ Per cent ilertioM.8. }3iin the Shilling, or 25 per cent. {^ertionL!! ] 3^- ^ Shilling, or 29£ per cent. dSi^^-fcr.} ^ in tlle Shilling, or 33 i per cent. The Scale of Charges is as follows: Two lines ... One Shilling. Three lines ... One Shilling and Sixpence. Four lines ... Two Shillings. Jive lines ... Two Shillings and Sixpence. Six lines Two Shillings and Sixpence. Each line more Four-pence. Eigure, or Table-wort 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 i discontinuance of -advertisements cannot.be at tended to after "Wednesday evenings. All such orders must be in writing, otherwise the proprie tors ca...

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ADELAIDE CORN MARKET. Adelaide, July 30, 1868. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 31 July 1868

APEIiAEDE CORN MAJLKET. Adelaide, July 30, 1868. The Wheat and Flour business has been very slack during the week, and hardly any trans actions tsame under our notice. The news by the, Panama mail has not affected the market^ and prices , are nominally the same as last reported. Bran and Pollard are less enquired for, and prices hardly so firm. We "have no alteration in Oats . arid Barley to report. Our quotations to-day are-Wheat, 6/6 to 6/9 per bushel; Hour, £18 to £19 per ton; Bran, 1/5 to 1/6 per bushel; Pollard, 1/8 to 1/9; Cape Barley, 2/9 to 3/; English ditto, 4/ to 5/; Cape," -OatSj-3/ to 3/6 ; English ditto, 4/6 to 5/. .. A. F. CHRISTEN & CO. j

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KAPUNDA MARKET PRICES. "Kapunda Herald" Office, Friday, July 31, 1868. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 31 July 1868

KAPIRIML; M^KETTRICES: . -R "Xapuiida Herald" Office, Friday,; , _ .... , July 31,1868. . i Wheat, new 5/8 per busliel Tlour, per ton, £17 10/ . _ - JEggSj .per dozen, /10 ... Potatoes, new, Id per lb., old 8/6 per cwt. " Other Prices same as last week. Ditto, ^>er bag, 4f)j /Ditto, per fb, 3d : Bread, per 21b loafi 4id. to 5d. ? .* ' : - .-Beefj per Jb, 3d.to4d~ " "Brai, per-%ufiliel, 1/6 - - - - Pollard, ditto, 1/10 Seconds, 2/6 - Hams, (Eug.j .ditto, 1/6; colonial bacop, 7d Mutton, ditto, 2cl' laid 3a '' ' : ? Butter, (Fresli). per ;lb, /10

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 7 August 1868

Hollomay's Ointment and Pills. Vexation Avoided.-This Ointment is the most powerful agent for the healing of wounds, old ulcers, indolent sores, and all strumous diseases of the skin, which, from local or constitutional causes, have hitherto resisted all ordinaiy modes of treatment. Hollo way'a Ointment, rubbed ?upon the abdomen, and aided by a judicious course of his Pills, acts miraculously on the digestion, and obviates all those obstructions in the mesen teric glands, known by the pallor, attenuation, and gradually increasing weakness of the sufferer. The combined effects of Ointment and Pills are irresistible in all long-continued diseases, which ever produce disarrangement of the digestion, circulation, and glandular system. Hollo way's remedies are suitable for all ages and conditions, for all climates and constitutions.-Advt. A WAliNINU. DO you suffer from physical incapacity? Ave you suffering from nervous debility? Have you been the guilty victim of any secret vice? Do you...

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FRENCH WOMEN. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 7 August 1868

FEENGR WOMEN. Perhaps no people is so commonly mis uuderstood in England as our nearest neighbours, the French; but then it may be added, that our mistakes are not with out excuse, and the French are constantly in the habit of misrepresenting themselves. They have a certain gaiety and quickness; but underneath this there is a solid sub stratum of essential gravity, of which the world takes small account, and which they themselves are slow to acknowledge The latest discovery of Ultramontane sagacity in . France is, that the French woman is a weak, gentle, sensitive, tender creature, quite unsuited to the broad light of publicity. Theparti pretre is, of course, iea'ly afraid that French womankind should be emancipated from their influence, and that is why they are now urging this novel discovery upon the world, to which hen pecked French husbands, and subdued Frenchmen in general must listen with; a kind of incredulous wonder and rapt amaze ment. They, poor creatures, who know that th...

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