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VICTORIA. Melbourne, December 4. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 6 December 1878

VICTORIA. Melbourne, December 4. The Legislative Council have passed the Appropriation Bill. The arrangements for the reception of the Australian Cricketers are perfected. A volunteer encampment is to be formed at Brighton on Saturday and Sunday. It ia ex pected that the force of all arms will turn out en masse. Melbourne, December 5. In the Council the Land Act Amendment Bill was finally passed, and the House ad journed till Friday, when the Parliament will bo pr rogued. The Assembly passed the amendment of the Council in the Land Bill. The Parliament v. Press cricket match will be played on Friday. Flour, £1015/ to £10 17/6.

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OUR CITY LETTER. [From our own Correspondent.] Adelaide, December 4, 1878. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 6 December 1878

OUR CITY LETTER. Li? rom our own Correspondent J Adelaide, December 4, 1878. JtLere we are commencing the last month or the year, and a pleasant commencement it has had so far asjfche weather is|concerned, pleasant also as to the harvest prospects for many of the farmers, though some will have to put up with short crops. We are told our principal market for breads tuffs will be England, but ior the next month or six weeks, 2few South "Wales will be likely to take some of our wheat, New Caledoniajalsojdepends on Adelaide for her supplies, and South Africa is likely to want several cargoes. "Victoria will probably be altogether independent of us, and may ex port a little on her own account. The facili ties for sending away our produce are likely to be great, as freights are offering freely. The price does not promise to rule very high, but for the present month it is quoted at 4s. 5d. to 4s. 6cL per bushel for wheat at Fort Adelaide. It will be a good thing for the coasting trade, and...

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LOCAL TELEGRAMS. [From our own Correspondent.] Adelaide, Dec. 5, 4.0 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 6 December 1878

LOCAL TELEGBAMS. {TTrom our own Correspondent.^ Adelaide, Dec. 5, 4.0 p.m. A Government telegram states that the ship Trevelyan, with emigrants]will sail on the 2nd January. The tram-ears are running their trial trip on the North Adelaide Line to-day. The formal opening is to take place on Monday.

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The Kapunda Herald. TUESDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1878. THE AFGHAN WAR. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 6 December 1878

Cfje Haptmtia petals. TUESDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1878. THE AFGHAN WAK. By the mail just to hand we have more detailed accounts than have hitherto reached us as to the feelings with which this war is regarded at home. It is hardly too much to say that the couduct of Russia in the matter has called forth strong animad version, and that many attribute the Ameer's conduct almost entirely to Russian influence. It is at all events a very strange sort of neutrality which allows its officers aud soldiers to volunteer by thousands to serve with the Ameer's army; and this would seem to indicate that whilst Russia's poverty, and not her will, consents to direct pea<;e with England, she is only too glad to be able to get the oppor tunity of indirectly working against our interests by embroiling us in war fare with a semi-barbaric nation. There is, however, an influential section of the community, headed by Lord Lawrence, formerly G-overnor Greneral of India, which maintains that our own co...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 10 December 1878

OYAL OAK HOTEL, TOTHILL'S GREEK. T. HEDBLE, Proprietor, Wishes to inform his Friends and the Public in general that he has taken the above Hotel, which he has had thoroughly renovated, and he can therefore guarantee G-OOD ACCOM MODATION, combined with civility, to everyone who may favour him with a call. BEST BRANDS of WINES, SPIRITS, and A LES only kept. Good Stabling and Stockyards. Chaffed Hay and Bran always on Hand. 84-91 NEATSFOOT OIL, SUL PHURIC, MURIATIC, and NITRIC ACID ON SALE, at E. R. PRIESTLY & CO'S 51-154 84, Currie-street, Adelaide. T ORD PALMEESTON HOTEL, AJ KAPUNDA. It having come to my knowledge that a REPORT hue been CI RCULATED that I am about to LEAVE THE ABOVE HOTEL, I beg to inform the Public that such REPORT is ENTIRELY WITHOUT FOUNDATION, and that 1 have no present intention of giving up the Lord Pulmerston Hofel ; where I shall be happy to see my Old Friends and the Public generally, as heretofore ; and pledge myself to continue to do all in my powe...

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MONTHLY CALENDAR—DECEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 10 December 1878

MONTHLY CALENDAR— DECEMBER, j SUH. Moos. Day of Month and Week. RiseB. Sets. Rises. Sets. A.H. P.M. A.M. P.M. Sunday 1 4 44 6 54 11 26 11 56 Monday 2 4 44 6 55 P.M. A.M. Tuesday 3 4 44 6 56 1 18 0 21 Wednesday 4 4 44 6 57 2 11 0 46 Thursday 5 4 44 6 58 3 7 1 11 Friday 6 4 44 6 59 4 4 1 37 Saturday 7 4 44 7 0 4 59 2 10 Sunday 8 4 44 7 1 5 57 2 48 Monday 9 4 44 7 2 6 52 3 34 Tuesday 10 4 44 7 3 7 44 4 28 Wednesday 11 4 44 7 4 8 27 5 31 Thursday 12 4 45 7 4 9 9 6 38 Friday 13 4 45 7 5 9 44 7 48 Saturday 14 4 45 7 6 10 18 8 55 Sunday 15 4 45 7 7 10 46 10 3 Monday 16 4 45 7 7 11 16 11 9 Tuesday 17 4 46 7 8 11 43 P.M. Wednesday 18 4 46 7 9 A.M. 1 22 lhursday 19 4 47 7 9 0 17 2 30 Friday 20 4 47 7 10 0 52 3 40 Saturday 21 4 48 7 10 1 36 4 47 Sunday 22 4 48 7 10 2 31 5 52 Monday 28 4 49 7 10 3 35 6 49 Tuesday 24 4 49 7 11 4 45 7 38 Wednesday 25 4 50 7 11 5 56 8 20 Thursday 26 4 50 7 11 7 7 8 56 Friday 27 4 51 7 11 8 11 9 29 Saturday 28 4 52 7 12 9 13 9 53 Sunday 29 4 52 7 12 10 10 10 22 Mon...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 10 December 1878

EW Supply of "CLATEE'S -L^l EVERY MA3T HIS OWN FARRIER," by D. MeTaggart, Member of the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons, London : together with RAREY'S TREATMENT and MANAGE MENT of the HORSE. Earners, and all who hare to do with borees should have this Sook. Price, 2s. 3d.; per Post. 2s. 9d. SCANDRETT & ELLIOTT, JOHN HARB.IS, HARE-STREET, KAPUNDA, Begs to inform the inhabitants of Kapunda and its vicinity that he has now STARTED BUSINESS as GENERAL FITTER, OVEN MAKER, &c. Pumps, Locks, and Guns Mended. Grinding, &c., and General Bcpairs of all kinds at Lowest Changes. 699-4 TEN EXHIBITION PRIZE MEDALS. Eft Y ' S cocoa FRY'S CARACAS COCOA in packets ancl tins, specially recommended bj' the Manufacturers, is prepared from the cele bi&ted Cocoa of Caracas, combined with other choice desci-ip' ions. " A most deli cious aud valuable article."—Standard. FJJ Y' S C O C O A FRY'S EXTRACT OF COCOA, in tins. "Really consists of Cocoa Nibs de prived of supe...

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GOLDBROUGH'S WOOL REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 10 December 1878

GrOIiDSBROTJGH's Wool HeBOBT. We catalogued 5,117 bales for our sale to day, and liad a full attendance of buyers and good competition, more especially for superior lots. Inferior to average descriptionscontinue comparatively dull of sale, more especially crossbreds, but are realising good prices taking into consideration the unsatisfactory state of the Home markets. Greasy realised 7d. to 12tL, the latter price being obtained for 90 bales from Mount Camel. Washed wools realised from 13d. to 2s. 2d., the latter price being for 135 bales from G-lenisla" Station. Another lot of 73 bales from Coliban Park sold at 23d. In all we sold 3,405 bales. Mel bourne, December 4, 1878.

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IMPOUNDING NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 10 December 1878

IMPOUKDESTGl NOTICES. WIRRAB A R A (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. HUNDRED OF 3STEALES (nearest Post Office, George Bromley, Poundkeeper.—One spotted bullock, branded M off back, JS off rump, bell on ; red and white spotted bullock, S off ribs, piece off off ear; red and white spotted bullock, S off ribs, piece off off ear; strawberry bullock, S off ribs; strawberry bullock, S near ribs, jjslit off ear; red and white bullook, branded like i near rump, slit near ear; spotted bullock, S off ribs, piece out off ear; red stag, rope on neck, no brand visible: white bullock branded JS off rump, M off back. Will be sold December 16, noon. ORROROO (nearest Post-Office Orroroo), J. Schramm, Poundkeeper.—One black geld ing, white star and ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 10 December 1878

Coles & Goodchild's Auction Sales. Kapunda, November 9.—We submitted for Mr. Aug. Eehder a shipment of meflium draught horses, broken and unbrokeu. There was a poor attend ance. "We sold 9 at from £30. to £46, averaging £38 Is. Gawler, November 12.—We offered at auctittn for Messrs. Overend & 3obb three portable engines, sawmill plant, &c., and disposed of two of the engines for £292 and £110 respectively; one saw mill plant, £100; also a few sundries, &e. At Spring-Bank, near Kooringa, November 14 and 15, we held a clearing-out sale for Mr. W. H. Martin. There was a capital attendance, and everything sold very satisfactorily; 440 acres of growing crop brought £110/ per acre; draught horses, £53, £52, £46, £40, £38, £35 10/, £33, £31, £31, £26,10/, £22; young stock and hacks, £17 to £12 10/; pair buggy horses, £32 ; -waggonette, £48 10/ ; IS mixed cattle, at £4 15/; 6 steers, at £6 10; 8 cows, at from £4 17/6 to £10 7/6 ; 15 young mixed cattle, at £3 ...

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BROADBRIM'S PARIS LETTER. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 10 December 1878

BKOADBEIM'S PAEIS LETTER The British colonial displays are among the first attractions at the Exhibition. It is safe to say that no two special displays can be designated as more conspicuously popular than the Indian Court and the Canadian Trophy— the former with the rare offerings of the greatest chiefs and princes to the heir of the British throne and empire, comprising all manner of gifts illustrative of the handicrafts of India, and the latter an interesting monu ment of the colony in America-, well planned and well executed, and the many tasty exhibits found on every turn as one climbs the winding stairways or pauses a moment on a half balcony, well arranged. The Australian colonies are gems in the diadem of that king dom on Whose possessions the sun never sets. Australia, to the European mind, is a re mote land of which it has little conception more than a vague vision of a kangaroo and a boomerang. To be sure there is gold coming for that land far across the seas, but a more ...

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The Kapunda Herald. TUESDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1878. UNLIMITED LIABILITY COMPANIES. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 10 December 1878

Ctje Hapunfta HcralU. TUESDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1878. UNLIMITED LIABILITY COMPANIES. The news of the heart-rending eases of ruin brought about by the collapse of the City of Glasgow Bank has had the effect of directing our attention to the desirability of urging our investors and speculators the necessity of seeing to {it that the various companies in which they may embark their capital are incorporated under the Limited Liability Act,§ as otherwise they may some day have the sorrow of finding that they lose not simply the amount they have invested, but every penny they and their family possess, and this not through, any fault of their own, but owing to the dishonest or impru dent conduct of those by whom such company was managed. The apparent success of such companies is no safe guard, for as a rule those companies in connection with which financing, or more properly speaking swindling, is going on always manage to pay good dividends, even though the money to do so is dishonestly obtai...

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SELECTED POETRY. BEAUTIFUL THINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 10 December 1878

SELECTED POETBY. BEAUTIFUL THING-S, Beautiful things are those that wear—■ It matters little if dark or fair—= Whole-souled honesty printed there. Beautiful eyes are those that show. Like crystal panes where liearfch-fires glow, Beautiful thoughts that burn below. Beautiful lips are those whose words Leap from the heart like songs of birds, Yet whose utterance prudence girds. Beautiful hands are those that do Work that is earnest, and brave, and true, Moment by moment the long day through. Beautiful feet are those that go On kindly ministries to and fro—= Down lowliest ways, if God wills it so. Beautiful shoulders are tliose that bear Ceaseless burdens of homely care With patient grace and daily prayer. Beautiful lives are those that bless ; Silent rivers of happiness, Whose hidden fountain but few may guess. Beautiful twilight, at set of sun, Beautiful goal, with race well won, Beautiful rest, work "well done. Beautiful graves where grasses creep, Where brown leaves fail, and drift...

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THE VICTORIAN YEAR-BOOK. No. III. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 10 December 1878

THE YICTOEIAN YEAE-BOOK. No. III. In resuming our abstract of Mr. Hayter's Victorian Year Book, we have to deal first of all with railway communication. Victoria now possesses nearly 1,000 miles of railway, of which, all but 17 belonged to Government, and recently an Act has been passed autho rizing the purchase of this line (Melbourne and -Hobson's Bay Line). Of the total of 949| miles, 775i are single and l73i miles double lines. All the lines are constructed on the 5 feet 3 inch guage. The construction of the double line from Melbourne to Sandhurst cost £49,201 per mile, and of that to Wil liamstown £66,354. The last figures, how ever, include the cost of the pier (£150,000), and as the line is only six: miles long, that means a deduction of £25,000 per mile, which still leaves the work very costly. The total cost of construction of railways was £13,852,935, the average cost per mile being £14,586. The mileage-travelled in the year was 3,271,007. In addition to the foregoing, 193...

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DISTRICT COUNCIL. KAPUNDA. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 7. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 10 December 1878

DISTRICT COUNCIL. KAPUNDA. Saturday, December 7. Present—All. The minutes of previous meeting were read and confirmed. The Surveyor reported that Mr. Dundon had agreed to the terms proposed for the new road, and that the fencing was now being done. It was resolved to give the station-man one week's notice, and as far as possible to dispense with all day-work in future. Sur veyor reported as to works in hand —380, M. Lacev, in progress, paid on account, £-±0; 381, M. O'Brien, on Baker's Flat, in progress, paid on account, £10 ; 383, J". Nicholls, in progress ; 38-1 and 386, not vet begun ; 385, P. McKamara, at .Brewerv, in progress ; A. Munro, bridge at Ross's Creek, in progress, paid on account, £150. Sur veyor reported as to road between Section 1538 and 1539 on which Mr. Daw urged some repairs ; to stand over. Surveyor leporteJ. a piece of road near the Brewery that required forming and metalling : tenders to be invited. Councillor Duff mentioned some repairs re quired near Sectio...

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REUTER'S TELEGRAMS LONDON, December 5. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 10 December 1878

BBFTEE'S TELEGRAMS LONDON, December 5. The quantity of wool offered to-day was 6,300 bales. The stock of tallow is 19,000 casks. Tin, Straits and Australian, fetches £63 10s. Galvanized iron in sheets £17 10b. LONDON", December 3. Mr. Fitzgerald has received the special medal for orchids. The British Parliament will probably be dissolved in January next. The Viceroy's telegram respecting the evacuation of of Jellalabad is confirmed. No Afghan troops are nearer the Kliyber Pass than Cabul. LONDON, December 5. The Duchess of Edinburgh will immediately return to England. This is regarded as a peaceful sign. It is probable that the Q.ueen's Speecb at the opening of the British Parliament to-day will abstain from any extended reference to home matters; advert to the Afghan diffi culty, pointing out that it is necessary the Indian frontier should be revised, and indi cate that foreign relations are of a friendly character. No amendment is expected to be moved, but it is believed that the ...

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KAPUNDA LOCAL BOARD OF ADVICE. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 6, 1878. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 10 December 1878

KAPUNDA LOCAL BOAED ADVICE. Friday, December 6.1878. Present—The Chairman (Mr. D. Xock, J.P.,) and Messrs. A. Thomson, Dr. Blood, and J. Elliott, J.P. The minutes of previous meetings, ordinary and special, were read and confirmed. An. apology was received for the unavoidable absence of ilr. W. Lewis, J.P. The Chairman reported what steps had been taken to ascertain number of children likely to be sent to an advanced school in Kapunda, and it was resolved to invite applications by advertisement. Mr. Elliott handed in detailed report of result of school census lately taken in. Ka punda, as supplied to him. Inspector William, who was present, in formed the Board that so far his examination of the Kapunda School had resulted most satisfactorily, and that it was evident the children were taught thoroughly the branches imparted, and not merely crammed to pass an examination. The Chairman reported what letters he had written officially since the last meeting of the Board, and the same wer...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 10 December 1878

ON THURSDAY, DECEMBER 12. ELEVEN O'CLOCK. AT MESSES. FORMBY & BQASE'S BAZAAR. MEW SOUTH WALES HORSES. 150 HEAD. PAB®, JAMBS H., has received instructions from Mr. Robert Hender son, of Goulburn, New South Wales, to sell at Messrs. Formby & Basse's Bazaar, on Thursday, December 12, at 11 o'clock— -| HEAD HORSES and MARES, I Ol / from die Roslyn Station, Goul burn, New South Wales, 80 head being fit for draught and trolly work, AND AT.T. THE TRAVELLING KIT. This is the best mob ever brought to South Australia from New South Wales, and com prises all classes of Horses, and the right horses in every class. Sale—Thursday, December 12, at 11 o'clock. LUNCHEON WILL BE PROVIDED. OOL SALES. w We bold PUBLIC SALES as under, viz.:— WOOL, PIECES, AND LOCKS Every Tuesday, at 2 o'clock. HIDES, SHEEPSKINS, TALLOW, OIL, WALLABY and OPOSSUM SKINS, BARK, &c-, Every MONDAY, at 11 o'clock. 77-103 ELDER, SMITH, & CO. OOL. WOOL. WOOL. w TO SQUATTERS, FARMERS, AND OTHERS. T...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 10 December 1878

Business Directory. KAPIJIVDA. BREWSTER, R., Wine, Spirit, and Genera! Merchant, Brewster's Build ings, Main-street. Agent for Salter's and atber Wines. BENHAM, W. H., Solicitor, Notary Public, &c., Main-street. Money to lend on property under the Seal Property Act, or otherwise, at lowest Tate of interest. BRUCE, JOHN A., Auctioneer, Ziand, Loan, and General Commission Agent. Money to Lend in laige or small sums. T^UMBBECK, THOMAS, Tanner JL/ and Carrier, near Morning Star. Leather of every description on hand and to order. Bark, Hades, and Skins, &c., bought. TYUmBECK, WILLIAM, Tanner and Currier, Burra-road,; (late Frith's). •Bart, 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. EAWCETT'S SOOTHING POWDERS, for Children Teething. Sold in Packets at One Shilling; or by post for Seven Stamps. Address, B>. Fawcett, Chemist, Kapunda. GMEINER, J., Pian...

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COMMERCIAL. ADELAIDE CORN MARKET. [From our own Correspondent.] Adelaide, December 9. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 10 December 1878

COMMERCIAL. ADELAIDE CORN MAEKET. PTroin our own Correspondent.] Adelaide, December 9. Business continues very quiet, and prices about the same as at our last- quotations. Wheat at Port Adelaide 4/5 to 4/6 for new. Flour £11 to £12. 4 " Kapunda Herald" Office, December 9,1878. Wheat—4/1 to 4/2. Hay—£2 to £2 5/ per ton. Wholesale. Retail. Flour £1110/per ton 27/ per bag Bran ... ... 1/4 per bush. 1/5 per bush Pollard ... 1/5 " 1/6 Hams ... ... /8 per lb. /10 per lb. Bacon ... ... /7 " /9 " Cheese /6 " / 8 Butter ... ... /7 " /9 " Eggs ... ... 18 perdoz. /lOperdoz.

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