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

DEATH. GrOODCHTLD. --On the 21st May, at sea, ] when only a few days* voyage from England, the Rev. W. G-. G-oodeMLcL, M.A., late Vicar of East Tilbury, in the County of Essex, England. BIRTH. WASTELIi.-On August 2nd, the wife of Octavins Wastell of a son (prematurely). j

Publication Title: Kapunda Herald And Northern Intelligencer
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DELUSIONS. [COMMUNICATED.] [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 7 August 1868

DELUSIONS. fCOMMUNICATED.! Every one knows that, whatever he the cause, of it and whether wilful or otherwise, a delusion is an erroneous impression under which, the men tal faculties labour. It seems a strange fact, but nevertheless one which many writers endorse as true, that the principal delusions under which most minds labour are those created by morbid desires and fancies, and are more frequently than not wilful; of course, allowance is to be made for those suffering from, hypochondria or other dis eases, when the delusion is not at the sufferer's option or power to dispel, and is the direct result of organic disease; but the man who in a brief aberration of mind "imagined himself a tea kettle, and sat himself on the fire to boil," acted in a far more sensible light than the man who under a delusion created by himself-which he knows to be unreal or objectionable, but which he obstinately and pertinaciously hugs as a reality, persuading himself it must be so, because he fancies...

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NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 7 August 1868

NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. JTTSTITIA.-SliouldL have been sent to tlie paper complained o£ . ?

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LOCAL COURT—KAPUNDA. MONDAY, AUGUST 3, 1868. [Before J. Varley, Esq., S.M.] UNSATISFIED JUDGMENT. MONRO Y. WEARING. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 7 August 1868

LOCAL OUDRT-K1PUNDA. MONDAY, AUGUST 3, 1868. [Before J. Varley, Esq., S.M. ] UNSATISFIED JUDGMENT. MONBO Y. WEARING. Judgment debt for £11 15/2. Adjourned for one week, by consent. BLOOD V. O'KEEEE. Struck out, neither party appearing. DEFENDED CAUSES. PAXMEB V. HOBBY. Claim for £7 9B. Mr. H. C. Palmer examined. By tlie Court.-On the 25tli July, 1866, de fendant and two persons with, liim, named Austin and Ellers, called at witness's office and gave wit ness instructions to take proceedings immediately against contractors named George . Hicks and Jolin Morgan ; - they instructed witness to sue jointly; witness subsequently advised the three parties to bring their actions separately; and with their consent, they were so brought; wit ness always saw them together; witness required them to pay a deposit for Court fees, but they said they would not settle the matter with the defendant personally, but that it should be settled through his {witness's) office; witness brought the action an...

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The Kapunda Herald. FRIDAY, AUGUST 7, 1868. THE GOLD FEVER. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 7 August 1868

Wbt Hapuittia FRIDAY, AUGUST 7,1868. THE GOLD FEVER. Of all contagious diseases none is more rapid in its spread than the gold fever, its unsparing hand laying hold of all sorts and conditions of men-old and young, rich and poor, alike becoming its victims. Old colonists will remember well how in 1851 on intelligence of the discovery of our Australian gold-fields, merchants quitted their counting-houses, shopkeepers left their marts, and the. farmer his home stead, to join in the eager search for gold. Whole townships were left with: no abler representative of ?na»-kind than the male children, and, drawn away by the irresis tible potency of the golden spell, even women in no inconsiderable numbers were to be found on the diggings, content to put up with the hardships and the indeli cacies of a diggings life, so that they might have an individual share in the golden proceeds of the party's labours. Love, says the poet, levels all distinc tions. The experience of diggings life showed ...

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THE EXECUTION OF BARRETT FOR THE CLERKENWELL OUTRAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 7 August 1868

THE EXECUTION OF BABRETT FOR TTTTr, CLERKENWELL OUTRAGE. Michael Barrett was hanged on the morning of i May 26 in the presence of one of ilie smallest crowds that has for a long time assembled in ] front of tlie Old Bailey to witness a public ] execution. The demeanour of the people who j made up the assembly, their personal appearance,! and their apparent listlessness until the supreme moment arrived, indicated an absence of interest in the condemned man himself, or in the "cause" in connection with which he suffered the penalty of the law. A very large proportion of the spec tators in Newgate-street looked like respectable working men, or small tradesmen, and the im pression upon the minds of many was that these casual witnesses of the way in which we English vindicate the majesty of the law, knowing that the executions are henceforth to be conducted privately, had come chiefly to avail themselves of the last chance. It was but dull work for the crowd, for they" had but little to ...

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CITY CORRESPONDENCE. Adelaide, August 6, 1868. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 7 August 1868

CITY CORRESPONDENCE. nFrom our own Correspondent.! Adelaide, August 6, 1868. If Colonel Hamley never read a vice-regal speech before, he must have been puzzled to con ceive how sucli documents are got up. On Friday afternoon he had to don his regimentals, and from the dais of the Legislative Council read fifteen paragraphs of fine writing, "which con tained just as much meaning as if he had hailed the " Honorable Grentlemen of the Council and Gentlemen of the Assembly" with "How dy'e do, old fellows ?" ? If these fifteen paragraphs could be regarded as expressing his own personal opinions, he would deserve to be complimented on his skill in " holding aloof from local politics," or on his bind endeavours to please all parties. If they were intended for a Ministerial policy, then His Excellency is as much of a juggler as Gengero, at the Theatre Royal. He concealed his hand admirably and let nothing be seen 011 the surface which could alarm the moist sus picious of new members, or give...

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ARRIVAL OF THE ENGLISH MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 7 August 1868

ARRIVAL OF THE ENGLISH MAIL. The Alexandra, -with the South Australian portion of the English June mail, arrived in Holdfast Bay on Monday evening, bringing newspaper dates to June 19, and telegraph fetes to July 6. The following extracts are from papers to hand and from the late telegrams of the Adelaide papers: The Duke of Edinburgh landed at Portsmouth on tlie 20th of June. He was most enthusias tically received, and feted at the Crystal Palace. The 28th of June was celebrated as a day of thanksgiving for the preservation of his life, and also for the successful termination of the Abys sinian war. The Princess of Wales gave birth to a daughter on the 6th July, and both mother and child are both doing well. A severe drought was being experienced throughout Great Britain. The New South Wales Treason Felony Act has met with considerable unfavourable comment at home, and is to be returned for amendment. There is no further intelligence as to tho future Governor of this Colony, though...

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MUNICIPAL CORPORATION. MONDAY, JULY 27, 1868. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 7 August 1868

MUNICIPAL CORPORATION. MONDAY, JULY 27,1868. Present-His Worship the Major, Councillors Fry, Harden, Mellor, Nicholson, Nock, and Howe; and the Town Clerk. The minutes of the previous meeting were read , and confirmed. j Councillor Francis -was excused on account of ! illness. Councillor Bruce was fined for non- J attendance, no excuse being received. A fine was ! also inflicted for his non-attendance at Finance i Committee. ' Some discussion took place as to the advi sability of changing the day of meeting of the Works Committee to meet the general con venience of the members. Councillor Fry protested against being fined for non-attendance at that Committee meeting, as when the day was changed he protested; and although he had not attended the meeting of ithe Committee, he had inspected the works that morning so as to make himself acquainted with the works in progress. He had done his duty as a Councillor, but could not be expected to sacri fice his business to the Committee meetin...

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

SPECIAL NOTICE. JACKMAN'S AUCTION MART. MAIN-STREET, EAPUJfDA. JOSEPH JACKDAW b?gs to ^ Mora his .Friends and the' Public generally that lie intends holding a WEEKLY SALE by AXJCTIOK every SATURDAY afternoon at -2 o'clock, and at 7 in the evening.^* Parties having Goods to Dispose of -will oblige the auctioneer by sending them not later *b*Ti 10 o'clock on Friday Morning. Sales attended in any part of the colony. [189c AT CEASE'S ROOM, EATUNDA; ' FOR THIS NIGHT ONLY. THIS (FRIDAY) EVENING, AUGUST 7. ME. WALTER MONTGOMERY, in compliance "with the invitation of some of the residents in the district will give Readings as above. - Pbogkbamme FOE Tars Evening. Polonius to his Son Hamlet. The Dream of Clarence Richard HI. The Disgrace of Cassio ...A Othello The Conversion of Benedick Much Ado about Nothing The Bells Poe. The Dream of Eugene Aram ... Hood. The Bloomsbuiy Christening ... Dickens. Doors open at half-past Seven, commence at Eight o'clock. Reserved Seats, 4/ j Unreserved ditto...

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

TO ADVERTISERS in the ? KAPDSDA HERALD.-The following is: the SCALE of DISCOUNTS on. Advertisements in the KAJOKDA HERALD, when prepaid: insertions5.. } ^1,1 tlle Shilling, or 12£ per cent. iMerfciont.8 }3d*111 the Sliaiin?» OT 25 Per j ^ser'tiom.! ! } 3id*111 ^ Shming>or 29£ Per centi dSj'qrtr.} 4d'inaie ShiUing'or 33i Per cenfc The Scale of Charges is as follows: Two-lines - ... - One Shilling. . Three lines ... One Shilling and Sixpence. Four lines ... Two-Shillings. Fivelio.es ... Two Shillings and Sixpence. Six lines Two Shillings and Sixpence. Each line more Four-pence. Sigurd, or Table-work Advertisements, charged at Sixpence per line throughout. AH orders should be legibly written on the face or back of advertisements; and, where no order ^ .'s given, advertisements will be continued unffl . ^untermanded, or out of date. Orders for the cascpntinuance of advertisements cannot be atr ,. tended to after Wednesday evenings. All such. ; orders must be in writing, otherwise the...

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KAPUNDA MARKET PRICES. "Kapunda Herald" Office, Friday, August 7, 1868. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 7 August 1868

KAPUNDA MARKET PRICES. "Kapunda Herald" Office, Friday, August 7,1868. Wheat, new 5/ per busliel Flour, per ton, £17 10/ Ditto, per bag, 38/ .. Potatoes, new, Id per lb., old 8/6 per cwt. Bread, per 2lb loaf, 4|d. to 5d.

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ADELAIDE CORN MARKET. Adelaide, August 6, 1868. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 7 August 1868

ADELAIDE CORN MARKET. Adelaide, August 6,1868. | The Grain and Flour Market has again been j exceedingly dull during the week and we have no ! transactions of any consequence to report ; prices are therefore quite nominal. Bran and Pollard are without alteration. Cape Barley is in better demand, and the price firmer. There is nothing doing in Oats. "We quote to-day-"Wheat, 6/to6/6 per bushel; Hour, £17 to £18 per ton ; Bran, 1/5 per bushel; Pollard, 1/8 to 1/9; Cape Barley, 3/3 to 4/; English ditto, 4/ to 5/; Cape Oats, 3/ to 3/6; English ditto, 4/6 to 5/. A. F. CHRISTEN & CO.

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HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 7 August 1868

HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY. On Friday all the Members (save Mr. Riddoch) met at 12 o'clock pursuant to notice, and having been sworn, in by Mr. Justice G-wynne, proceeded to the election of a Speaker. Mr. G. S. Kingston being re-elected to that office, "was subsequently presented as Speaker to His Excellency the Acting-Governor. At three o'clock the members were summoned to the bar of the Legislative Council to hear the opening speech, and on their return to the House petitions were presented against the return of Messrs. Cheriton and Sogers, as Members for M<mnt Barker. At a later period of the day the petition was referred to the Court of Disputed Returns. A large number of notices of motion were given-three by Mr. Strangways, referring chiefly to the Engineer-in-Chief's and Volunteer De partments. On Tuesday, in answer to Mr. Fuller, the Com missioner of Public Works said the Government had defended the case of Ashmead v. Mais, and had paid £152 19/4, as the amount of judgment ...

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PARLIAMENTARY. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 7 August 1868

| PARLIAMENTARY, j LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. On Friday, tlie 31st ultimo, the Council met at 12 o'clock, and, after some routine business had been disposed of, adjourned until 3 o'clock, "when His Excellency the Acting-Governor afctened to open the Session; and did so in a somewhat short speech, which first alluded to the circumstances under which Colonel Haraley had assumed the governorship of the Colony, and then paid a tribute of respect to the memory of the late Governor, with expressions of sympathy for his bereaved family. The unbounded joy created by the visit of the Duke of Edinburgh to this colony, and the grief and indignation felt at the base attempt on his life in the neighbouring colony, were next referred to. The labours of the Com mission on red rust were alluded to in com plimentary terms, and the Parliament congratu lated on the present favourable season. Gentle men of .the House of Assembly were informed that the Estimates had been framed with the strictest economy cons...

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SKILLUGOLEE CREEK. August 3, 1868. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 7 August 1868

SKILLUGOLEiS CREEK. fErom our own Correspondent] August 3,1868. T There is not, that I am aware of, any large amount of news; the only matters of any inte rest being connected with the day-school and the crops. In reference to the former, we hare at last, what has long been wanted here, a Grovernment school and a licensed teacher; and as to the last, the crops are beginning to show; and a gentleman informed me a day or two since he had noticed incipient signs of red rust. It is to be hoped that the scourge of last year may be withheld this year. Yesterday (Sunday) -was more like a lovely summer day than one in the early part of August, but versatile as usual. To-day it is raining a little.

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WATERVALE. Monday, August 3, 1868. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 7 August 1868

WATERVALE. [From our own Correspondent.! Monday, August 3. 1868. Everything in this little Australian village is at present quiet, and the inhabitants seem to be pursuing the " even tenor of their way" in an uninterrupted and happy manner. The foundation of the new flour mill is, I uuderstand, laid, and the work of building in course of progression. I have heard a whisper that the Mutual Im provement Society here are likely to give a soiree shortly; and as the Watervalians have a character for doing things well when they do them at all, we may almost anticipate its being successful.

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MR. MONTGOMERY'S READINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 7 August 1868

MR. MONTGOMERY'S READINGS. Thursday evening was, for two reasons, a some what unfavourable period for Mr. Montgomery's debut to a Kapunda audience-firstly, because the day being a holiday and the weather beautifully fine, a good many picnic parties had been got up, and this kept many from being present at Crase's Hoom in the evening; and secondly, it is the great chapel night in our township. Despite these circumstances there was a very fair attend ance at the room, the back seats especially being well filled; and amongst those present we noticed' many who who had travelled a long distance for the sake of hearing Mr. Montgomery. Precisely at 8 o'clock Mr. Montgomery appeared on the platform and stated that before submitting to them some of the exquisitely beautiful productions of Shakspeare and other poets, he had a pleasing duty to discharge. Need he tell them that that was the anniversary of the natal day of the Duke of Edinburgh; one dear to ail, and especially to him, for he had...

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AUBURN. August 4, 1868. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 7 August 1868

AUBURN. ?From our own Correspondent.! August 4, 1868. I The first anniversary services in connection ?with, the Wesleyan Sunday School were held on Sunday and Monday last. The weather was very pleasant, and being moonlight, a great many as sembled from the various parts of the Circuit. The Rev. J. Gr. Millard, of Adelaide, preached on Sunday morning and evening, and was listened to with great attention. In the afternoon, the children were addressed by their pastor (the Rev. J. S. Greer), and examined by Mr. Johnson, their superintendent, on the history of Joseph; his questions were answered in a veiy creditable man ner. On Monday the children engaged them selves in various amusements, and in the after noon sat down to an excellent tea provided for them in the cliapel. In the evening a public meeting was held, and was well attended. Ad dresses were delivered by the Rev. Messrs. Mil lard and Greer ; several of the local preachers were on the platform, and the Burra iehoir sung some ex...

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KADINA. August 5, 1868. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 7 August 1868

KADINA. fFrom our own Correspondent.] August 5,1868. I The anniversary services in connection with the Wesleyan Chapel in this township, were held on Sunday and Monday last. On the Sunday the Rev. Mr. Bath preached morning and evening, and the Rev. Mr. Rasbon in the afternoon to crowded and attentive congregations. On Monday a tea was provided at 5 o'clock, and in the evening a public meeting was lield, presided over by Captain Deeble, of Moonta, and addresses were I delivered by Revs. Bath, Allen, Barber, and Mr. Nock, of Kapunda. The anniversary services of the Primitive Methodist Sunday School, at the Mines, has also been celebrated this week. On Monday the children accompanied by their teachers, and headed by the TCartina brasB band marched through the township. It is said that Mr. Walter Montgomery is likely to pay this district a visit; we only hope the report may be true.

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