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MESSRS. COLES & COODCHILD'S MONTHLY MARKET REPORTS. KOORINGA, MONDAY. DECEMBER 2, 1878. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 6 December 1878

Messbs. Coles & Cpodchtld's Monthly Maeket Repobts. Koobinga. Monday. December 2. 1878. We submitted a tolerably fall catalogue of stock of all descriptions, and bad a large attendance at the sale. Taking into consideration the crowded state of the market, we placed a fair quantity of sheep at prices lately ruling-. Cattle and horses very doll of sale. Sheep.—Our sales were—For Mr. J. Warrick, 1,198 good Merino wethers, at 8/6; for Mr. T. H. Broad, 204 good Merino wethers, at 9/ ; for Mr. W. Eseott, 234 fnil-mouthed ewes (with 60 per cent, of lambs given in), at 6/10; for Mr. J. Bos worth, 699 Merino ewes and wethers (stores), at 6/8; 758 cross-bred ewes and wethers, at 8/ • for Mr. TXhlmami, 201 aged cross-bred ewes, at 4/9. Cattle. —We yarded no really suitable beef, and as at this time of the year the country trade derive a con siderable portion of their supplies from the farmers it is difficult to place any large number of station cattle. Our sales were trifling. Horses....

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IMPOUNDING NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 6 December 1878

IMPOUNDING NOTICES. WIRRABARA (nearest Post Office, Wirra bara), J. F. Matthews, Poundkeeper—One bay mare, well bred, branded like JR conjoined near shoulder ; big bay mare, black points, if branded not visible ; black mare, two front feet shod, branded like writing B near shoulder. Will be sold December 16, at noon. GULNAliE SOUTH, Thomas Murrie, Poundkeeper.—Stout black horse, like S within circle near shoulder, two hind feet white, star, saddle-marked ; black horse, low set, like TD near shoulder, X near thigh, like 3J near wither ; bay mare, foal at foot, like JAXi conjoined near shoulder, three white feet, blaze, collar-marked. Will be sold December 9, at noon. CLARE, Jas. Work, Jim., Pounkeeper.— One grey mare, shod all round, branded JD near shoulder. Will be sold December 16, at noon. HUNDRED OF NEAIiES (nearest Post Office, George Bromley, Poundkeeper.—One spotted bullock, branded M off back, JS off rump, bell on; red and white spotted bullock, S of? ribs, piece off off ear...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 6 December 1878

.0AUTION TO THE PUBLIC. PREVENTION OP 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-con stables aud Crown Lands Bangers 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 j during hours fixed by District Councils ; or without giving neigh bours one day's 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 fire. Penalty—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 pe...

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WESLEYAN CHURCH ANNIVERSARY. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 6 December 1878

WESLEYAH CHURCH AKNIVERSASY. As briefly mentioned iii our last, &e anni versary of the Kapunda Wesleyan Church ■was held, on Sunday and Monday last, the Key. B.. M. Hunter (lately from "Victoria) officiating on the Sunday. On Monday even ing, an excellent tea -was provided in the Institute Hall by several Mm belonging to the congregation; and subsequently a public meeting took place in the Chapel, the atten dance at which was not so large as is usual on such occasions. . After a hymn had been sung and prayer offered up by the Bev. H. T. Burgess, that rev. gentleman introduced Mr. John Bobb as chairman for the evening. He did not know ■whether he had come from Adelaide expressly for the purpose of taking the chair that even ing, but he knew he had come from Adelaide that day; and as Mr. Bobb had hitherto been so successful in carrying out contracts,|he had no doubt he would be equally successful in carrying out his contract to take charge of that meeting. Mr. Bobb said it was...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 6 December 1878

BIRTHS. MACOR.M1ACK.—On tlie 28th November, at Wentworth, N.S.W.. the wife of H. O. MaCormack. of a son. CHAPPLE.—On the 2nd December, at !Ford-etreet, Kapunda, the wife of Mr. Chap pie, of the Western Hotel, Port Augusta, of a daughter. Both doing well.

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DISTRICT COUNCIL. WATERLOO. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER. 30. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 6 December 1878

DISTRICT COUNCIL. WATERLOO. Saturday. November. 30. Present—All. Work completed.—Waterloo —Contract 40, M. Howard, £19 16s. 6d. ; Waterloo and Steelton—Contract 44 and extras, C. Schoff, £10 10s. Accounts for ad vertising, £3 4s. 6d., passed. Correspondence —From Mr. Bichardson and Mr. Sears re specting deviations at Whyte Part and Water loo. Extra time allowed to J. McGrvath for contracts 38 and 43. Tenders accepted— Waterloo and Steelton—No. 46, C. Schoff, £16 10s.; Tothill's Creek—No. 45, J. McGr.-ath, £11 2s. 3d.; Tothill's Belt—No. 47, J. McG-rath, £32 ; Steelton—No. 48, C. Schoff, £7; Steelton—No. 49, T. Ianson, £3 10s. Work to be done—Waterloo—Holes and ruts from Carlsruhe to Waterloo; Tothill's Belt—Metalling near Shumann's and grubbing South of W. Aughev's ; Steelton—Ruts and stumps west of J. and'H. Schmaal's : Light —Hole between Sections 306 and 1040, and ruts from main road eastward. Receipts, £5 4s. Payments, £33 lis. A Wakntstg-.—Mr. Samuel Mullen, Presi dent of the B...

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EUDUNDA. [From our own Correspondent.] December 4, 1878. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 6 December 1878

EUDTODA. [From our own Correspondent.] December 4, 1878. Business seems to be stirring up in this town within tlie last week or two, consequent I presume on the harvest being commenced. Reaping is pretty general around this neigh bo urhood, and judging by the accounts we hear the crops wDl turn out very fair, say from eleven to thirteen bushels per acre on an average. Already there has been new wheat delivered and tlie quality is equally as good as it was last year. Our goods-shed is almost completed. It is a very nice .structure and will be amply large enough if the Government won't allow wheat and other produce to be loaded through it. I understand this to be the case, and if so I am at a loss to know where all the wheat is to be loaded from; certainly not from the ground, and there is no platform from which to load it. We are pleased to see that there is to be telegraph communication opened between here and the world. It is a thing that is much needed, and it is a wonder to me th...

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REUTER'S TELEGRAMS CONSTANTINOPLE, December 1. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 6 December 1878

REUTER'S TELEGRAMS CONSTANTINOPLE, December 1. It is reported that negotiations are pro ceeding between the Porte and the .British; Government for conclusion of a new conven tion for the purpose of ensuring greater in fluence and right of intervention in iPurJdsh affairs. BOMBAY, December 2. General Robert's force has advanced, and found enemy posted in Peywar Pass. A re connaisance was made, which disclosed posi tion of enemy. An engagement ensued, which resulted in the Affghans being driven back The British loss was slight. LONDON, December 2. At the wool sales to-day 6,000 bales were rffered. Tha biddings, however, were dull,, and nothing is doing. The quantity of wheat afloat is 1,534,000 quarters. Consols, £96. Bant rate, 5 per cent.; market rate of discount, 4£ per cent. Tin—Straits and Australian, £64 5s. Copper—Burra,,£66 10s. j Wallaroo, £68. 10s. Wheat—Adelaide, 50s. to 51s. Adelaide flour, 35s. per 2S0 lbs., ex warehouse. LONDON, December 3. The Canadian 4 per cent, loan ...

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CORRESPONDENCE. INTERCOLONIAL ATHLETIC FESTIVAL. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 6 December 1878

CORRESPONDENCE. INTERCOLONIAL ATHLETIC FESTIVAL. TO THE EDITOB. Sir—On Saturday last I observed in the Licensed Victuallers' Gazette an extract from jour paper referring to the cup won by T. Bennett, of Ktipunia. >Tow, fciir, about the cup. When a person goes to you to support him he should tell the truth. You have been informed that the cup in question was to be a handsome cup, and that its value was noti fied. This is a falsehood. I have enclosed you a programme and official book of events, which are as follows : —" 150 yards handicap, for boys under 16; prize, cup ; second, gold locket. Entrance fee, 2s. 6d." Tf the handle is broken it must have been done on its way to Kapunda. I am not responsible for the doings of the management; therefore it was not my fault that Master Sennett did riot get a more valuable cup. I did not purchase it, hut it came from one of the lending shops in the city, and is valued at £1 Is. My duties as Secretary I carried out satisfactorily. Your infor...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 6 December 1878

TO-MORROW (Saturday), December 7. AT THE FREELING- HOTEL, FREELING, COLES & GrOODCHILD are favoured -with instructions from the Mortgagee to sell by auction, as above, at 2 o'clock— ALLOTMENT NO. 40, TOWNSHIP of FREE LIN G, on which Is erected THE LARGE WHEAT STORE, KNOWN" AS KRUGrER'S. For terms, apply to the Auctioneers. ON THURSDAY, DECEMBER 12, ELEVEN O'CLOCK, AT MESSRS. FORMBY & BOASE'g BAZAAR. NEW SOUTH WALES HORSES, 150 HEAD. PAEU, JAMES H„ has received instructions from Mr. Robert Sender son, of Goulburn, New South WaJ.es, to sell at Messrs. Formby ^ Boase's Bazaar, on Thursday, December 12, at 11 o'clock— -| tA HEAD HORSES and MARES, Xt)v/ from the Roslyn Station, Goul burn, New South Wales, 80 bead being fit for draught and. trolly 'work, AND ALL THE TRAVELLING- KIT, This is the best mob ever brought to South Australia from New South Wales, and. com Erises all classes of Horses, and the right orses in every class. Sale—Thursday, December 12, at 11 o'clock. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 6 December 1878

Business Directory. KAPCSDA. BREWSTER, R., Wine, Spirit, and General Merchant, Brewster's Build ings, Main-street. Agent for Salter's and sffaer 'Wines. BENHAM, W. H., Solicitor, Notary Public, &c., Main-street. Money to lend oil property under the Real Property Act, or otherwise, at lowest rate of interest. "OBUCE, JOHN A., Auctioneer, jL> Land, Loan, and General Commission Agent. -Money to Xiend in large or small Bums. TkUMBRECK, THOMAS, Tanner 1 f -and Currier, near Morning Star. Leather of every description on hand and to order. Bark, Hides, and Skins, &c., bought. "pvUMBRECK, WILLIAM, Tanner I F and Currier, Barra-road, (lateFrith's). Bark, Hides, &c., bought. Leather on sale or to order—first quality. EMERSON, Mr., Solicitor, Main street, Kapunda. Money to lend on Mortgage or Deposit of Deeds. FAWCETT'S SOOTHING PO WD EES, for Children Teething. Sold in Packets at One Shilling ; or by post for Seven Stamps. AddresB, R. Faweett, Chemist, Kapunda. GMEI...

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COMMERCIAL. ADELAIDE CORN MARKET. Adelaide, December 5. [From our own Correspondent.] [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 6 December 1878

COMMERCIAL. ADELAIDE CORN MARKET. Adelaide, December 5. [From our own Correspondent.! Business is very quiet and prices are un changed. New Wheat for immediate ship ment is worth 4/6 per bushel. Flour, £11 for country, £-12 for town, nominal, as there is nothing doing. "Kapunda Herald" Office, November 28, 1878. Wheat—4/1 to 4/2. Hay—£2 to £2 5/ per ton. Wholesale. Retail. £11 10/per ton 27/ per bag 1/4 per bush. 1/5 per bush Flour ... Bran ... Pollard Hams ... Bacon ... Cheese... Butter ... 1/5 /8 per lb. 17 " /6 " 17 " v: . 18 per doz. 1/6 /10 per lb. 19 " /8 " /9 " /10 per doz.

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MAIL NOTICES. Post-Office, Kapunda. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 6 December 1878

MAIL 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 tlie 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.

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CORONER'S INQUEST. FIRE NEAR EUDUNDA. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 6 December 1878

CORO NEB'S INQUEST. FIRE NEAR EUDUXDA. An inquest was held at the Royal Hotel, Eudunda, on Thursday, the 25th November, before Mr. J. Shannon, J.P., and a jury of twelve, to enquire into the circumstances attending a fire that took place that morning in a paddock belonging to Mr. C. F. W. Pfitzner, near Eudunda. The Jurymen having visited the scene of the fire, Mr. C. F. W. Pfitzner, sworn, deposed that he was owner of the section where the fire took place that morning. The railway passed through it. He was standing about 100 yards from his yards when he saw the Com pany's (Messrs. Overend & Robb's) engine leave the station between 8 and 9 o'clock going towards Kapunda. Directly after the engine had passed through his section he saw that the grass was on fire just by the bridge in front of his yards on the west side of the railway. He ran down to the fire, and with the assistance of four others got the fire under, and then discovered that the grass had been fired in other pl...

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THE NORTHERN LICENSING BENCH. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 4, 1878. [Before Mr. J. Varley, S.M., and Messrs. W. L. Beare, C. Kimber, and F. G. Richardson, Justices.] NEW PUBLICANS' LICENCES. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 6 December 1878

THE NORTHERN LICENSING BENCH. Wediossday, December 4,1878. [Before Mr. J. Varlej, S.M., and Messrs. W. L. Beare, C. Kimber, and F. Cr. Richardson, Justices.] Nkw Publicans' Licences. The following applications ror new pub licans* licenses ■were granted :—W. Armstrong, Pinkerton Hotel, Quorn ; W. Bills, Willowie Hotel, Willowie j W. C. Greenslade, Trans continental Railway Hotel,* Quorn; Leo pold Judell, Commercial Hotel, Orroroo ; A. Smith, Piuda Hotel, Pinda; E. R. Evans, Green Bush Hotel, Stirling Road North, house to be completed in six months; W. Hands, Globe Hotel, Yarrowie, from 18th inst. ; Alex. Harris, Harristown, house to be completed in nine months ; E. Ryles, Rail way Hotel, Jamestown North; Henry Skews, Globe Hotel, Yongala, house to be completed in three months ; Robert Square, .Park Lands Hotel, suburban to Port Pirie, to be com pleted in nine months; Christopher Yoigt, Gumbowie Hotel, Gumbowie, to be completed in nine months ; E. W. Tracey, Beauchamp's Hotel, Pichi R...

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OUR LONDON LETTER. [From our own Correspondent.] London, October 25, 1878. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 6 December 1878

OUR LONDON LETTER. £From our own Correspondent^ London. October 25, 1878. Prime Ministers liave their trials. I heard a day or two since that the great man who just now assists the Queen to rule G-reat Britain and its dependencies lamented that he could never get a Cabinet to work with him. This is veiy sad, but is the Cabinet at fault, or is it the Prune Minister ? The fact is that several of the Ministers who will have to meet Her Majesty's faithful Commons next spring, do not see how they can explain away our present financial position, and they are averse to creating greater difficulty by more spirited policy. Therein lies the secret of their dis content. What will the British public say to another twopence income tax in the early part of 1879? TRADE GETS WOBSE INSTEAD OF BETTEE is the unanimous declaration on every side. Naturally enough Scotland is the first to feel it. The stoppage of flax-spinniug mills at Dundee is, I fear, only a shadow of coming eyents. Many manufacturers...

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MELBOURNE. [From our Correspondent.] November 25, 1878. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 6 December 1878

MELBOURNE. our own Correspondent.]] November 25. 1878. Political matters here are getting eo awfully mixed up that they have to be closely watched if you want to form any intelligent idea upon the subject. I had hoped to have been able to report the end of the session in this, but contrary to expectation Parliament is still sitting. The close of the session is announced for this week, but it is doubtful whether it will come off. The Council have not yet passed the Appropriation Bill, and it is quite on the cards that they will not be in any hurry in doing so, especially as the Bill contains the item of £5,00 for the embassy to England, an item to which the Council will naturally have a decided objection. Meetings have been held in the city and in various centres of population. The Kyneton folks (a Liberal constituency) gave Mr. Berry a decided slap by not inviting him to their show, and by asking the leader of the Oppo sition instead. Mr. Service used his oppor tuuity, and gave the ...

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MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. KAPUNDA: WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 4, 1878. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 6 December 1878

MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. Kappnda: Wednesday, December 4,1878. Present—His Worship the Major (Mr. J. Rowettj, and Councillors Uren, Movie, Rowett, Thiem, McLaren, Barton, Symons, and Waters. The minutes of previous meeting were read and confirmed. Reports. The report of tlie Finance Committee was read as follows :— Receipts—Rates ... ... 83 4 5 " Grant-in-aid ... ... 343 4 8 426 9 1 Less deficit last meeting ... 321 9 0 Balance... ... ... ... £105 0 1 Inspectob's Repoet. The Inspector's report was read as follows : —" Served three uotices to abate nuisances ; ail complied with." Sctrveyoe's Repoet. The Surveyor's report was read as follows: —" Pitchpaving in Main-street finished ; also pitclipaving fromj Franklin-street to Lucas street ; also had the street metalled, blinded, and rolled ; rolled Railway-parade and Albert street ; built a culvert 46 feet long, and two wing walls twelve feet; kerbed and pitch paved seventeen feet for Government at High street crossing, and made the footpath ...

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THE MAYORALTY. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 6 December 1878

THE MAYORALTY. The scrutiny in connection with the elec tion of Mayor took place at the Council Chamber on Monday evening last, in the presence of the scrutineers, &c., the proceed ings being conducted by Mr. J. A. Bruce as Returning Officer. The boxes -were opened in the following order:— North South East West Ward. Ward. Ward. Ward. Total Rowett .. . 85 38 61 57 241 Wheatley. . 15 13 19 20 67 Informal.. • — — 1 3 4 Total 100 51 81 80 312 Declaiiation op the POLIi. The formal declaration of the poll took place in the Council Chamber, at noon on Tuesday, in the presence of a few ratepayers. His Worship the Mayor (who with the new Councillors had been sworn in that morning) was present, as also Crs. Thiein and Waters. Mr. WTieatley sent an apology for his ab sence, owing to. business engagements. The Returning-Offiijer (Mr. J. A. Bruce) said he had great pleasure in declaring the state of the poll, and was .gratified that he had not had the-unpleasant task of deciding the ele...

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NEW SOUTH WALES. Sydney, December 4. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 6 December 1878

j\TEWSOUTH WALES. Sydney, December 4. Iii the Assembly to-night a Supplementary Estimate of £50,000, for the purpose of de fraying the expenses of the Interuatioual Exhibition, -will belaid on the table.' The seamen have agreed to the proposals submitted by the mediators. It is stated that the Directors of the A. S. N~. Company will favorably consider the same if they are slightly modified. Newcastle, December 4. "William Lashmore, a youth, has been committed for trial for arson, on his own con fession. An anti-Chinese procession has paraded the streets, with banners .bearing the inscription "2To Chinese labor." ♦

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