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WATERLOO. SATURDAY, AUGUST 8,1868. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 14 August 1868
WATERLOO. SATURDAY, AUGUST 8,1868. Present-Councillors S. Dawson, (Chairman), Parish, Groocli, and Davison. Minutes of last meeting read and confirmed. Head, a letter from Saddleworfcli Distiict Council respecting tlie formation of a crossing on tlie boundaiy of the District of Saddleworth and Waterloo, running through McEwen's Gap, and offering to pay half tlie cost of game, provided tlie Waterloo District Council pay the other half. Clerk instructed to reply to Saddleworth Council informing them that the Council are not in a position to entertain the matter at present. Clerk reported having obtained fife sets of District Council Acts for the use of Councillors. Chairman reported having obtained the neces sary books, and also the plan of the district. Bead, a letter from the Manager of the National Bank, Kapunda, stating that the Treasurer had paid the sum of £50 to the credit of the District Council. Clerk instructed to procure the necessary papers and forms. Receipts, £1 15.
MUNICIPAL CORPORATION. MONDAY, AUGUST 10, 1868. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 14 August 1868
MCTWIGIPAIi CORPORATION. MONDAY, AUGUST 10, 1868. Present-His Worsliip the Mayor, Councillors Bruce. Fry, Harden, Nock, and Howe : and the Town Clerk. The minutes of the previous meeting-were read and confirmed. Councillors Mellor and Nicholson were excused from attending on account of absence from Kapunda. His Worship the Mayor said it was his painful duty to acquaint the Council with the decease of the late Councillor Francis, a gentleman who had attended his duty from the date of his appoint ment, and given satisfaction to his brother Coun cillors, and he believed to the ratepayers at large. It had pleased Providence to remove hirn3 and it would be for the Council that day to take steps for the election of his successor. As a mark of respect to the late Councillor, he men tioned this occurrence thus early. It had been usual to send a letter of condolence to the widow; that was done with respect to the late Coun cillors Bennett and Rowett. Owing to the absence of several of the Co...
HAMILTON. August 13,1868. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 14 August 1868
HAMILTON. [From our own Correspondent/] August 13,1868. I am sorry to be unable to send you a budget of news from our thriving little township ; but if Adelaide is termed a " farinaceous Tillage," of course you know ours is essentially so. True tlie Copper Company's teams daily wend tlieir way through, towards Kapunda, loaded with, precious metal, and sometimes loads of hides and sheep skins pass by from the Far North; but the pro duce of our neighbourhood, and that in which we are most intensely interested is wheat, and when day after day the priceis quoted lower and lower, no wonder our visages like the days lengthen, and we have little inclination to make merry. Our principal amusements are reading the papers, watching the progress of political jobberies or bobberies vide [Northern Territory debate, and talking of that never failing topic, the weather.
BELVIDERE. MONDAY, AUGUST 3. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 14 August 1868
BELYIDEEE. MONDAY, AUGUST 3. Kate Meeting. - At ten a.m. the Chairman opened the meeting, explained its object, and read a statement of the assessment for the present year, showing the difference between the revenue derivable from a rate of one shilling in the pound and a rate of sixpence in the pound. It was then, on behalf of the Council, propoud that a rate of one shilling be adopted. Mr. John Carey pro posed, and Mr.Bohr seconded, as an amendment, that a rate of sixpence in the pound be adopted. The amendment and the proposition were sepa rately put to the meeting, when the former was declared to be carried by a large majority. CoiracrD MEETING-.-Present-Councillors D. Shannon (Chaimaa), Kerr, Schmidt, and Lange. Minutes of the previous meeting read and con firmed. Sesolved-Tliafc a petition be presented to Mr. Angas, in reference to road through Sec tion 134; that 33. Fallon be granted permission to erect swing-gates, one at each end of the road between Sections 414, 316, and 3...
DISTRICT COUNCILS. HAMILTON. SATURDAY, AUGUST 1. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 14 August 1868
DISTRICT COUNCILS. HAMILTON". SATURDAY, AUGUST 1. Present-Councillors Morris, J.P., (Cliainnan) Mugg, Downing, and Dart. Clerk to write to Mr. Lyons respecting map. Resolved, that the proposition of tlie Kapimda District Council with respect to alteration of boundary be not enter tained in its present form. Notice to be given of public meeting both general and special, to elect Councillors and Auditors, and otlier matters [ connected -with tlie disctrict. [Receipts, £4; I payments, £4 lis. 8d.'
CORRESPONDENCE. BLACK RUST. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 14 August 1868
CORRESPONDENCE. BLACK RUST. TO THE EDITOB. Sir-It is generally admitted that the rougher the land lies after harrowing the more liable it is to grow black rusfc; and as the past seed-time was veiy unfavourable for harrowing, a great number of the paddocks are very rough now, and unless they are rolled we cannot expect to be without an extra share of black rust next harvest; rolling is also useful to kill grubs, and set the land firm, which makes it hold the moisture better. I am, Sir, &c., EOLLEE.
MR. MONTGOMERY'S READINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 14 August 1868
MR. MONTGOMERY'S tfKADINGS. Ou Friday night there was a very good attend ance at Crase's Boom on the occasion of Mr. Montgomery's second and final readings-the audience including nearly all who had been present on the previous night. We may here express our conviction that had this really magnificent elocu tionist been able to have stayed for a week with us, the audience would have nightly become larger; for unlike many such entertainments, those provided by him do but provoke the desire for more. This is perhaps the best evidence that can be obtained of Mr. Montgomery's powers thai quite alone and unaided he keeps an audience perfectly thrilled for a couple of hours. In Adelaide the nightly attendance became each night more numerous; for though there is un doubtedly great power in "reputation," aKIl, even before the most gifted men are recognized as such, they must afford oeeular and audible proof that the reputation they enjoy is fairly theirs; for whilst some who desire to acquir...
HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 14 August 1868
HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY. On Tuesday, in answer to Mr. Neales, tlie Commissioner of Public Worts stated that the exact site foi* the Burra terminus of the Great Northern Railway had not yet been determined. In reply to Mr. D. Fisher, the Commissioner of Crown Lands stated that the G-overnmeut did not intend mating any alteration in the regular course of sales of Crown lands pending the consideration by Parliament of the proposed alterations in the system to be submitted for consideration. In answer to the same member the Commis sioner of Public Worts stated that all tenders for Worts in the Engineer's department were opened by the Secretaiy to the Commissioner in the pre sence of the Engineer-in-Chief. The Govern ment did not think it desirable that tenderers should be present when the tenders were opened. Addresses of congratulation to the Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh with respect to the pre servation and restoration to health of the latter, ?were agreed to. An address of condolence -w...
PARLIAMENTARY. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 14 August 1868
PAB.li! AMEISTTAB, Y. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. On Tuesday, in reply to Mr. Baker, the Chief Secretary stated tliat it was not intended to re move from office tlie Protector of Aborigines in the Northern Districts. At this stage of tlie proceedings the President of tlie Council, accompanied by several hon. members, left the Council Chamber for tlie pur pose of " presenting to His Excellency the reply to W" opening address. Captain Bagot's motion for a return showing the cost of the various iron material imported for the maintenance of the Port and Northern Rail ways during 1865,1866, and 1667, was discussed. The hon. mover considered there had been a con siderable amount of extravagance in the expen diture referred to. The annual cost of maintaining each, mile of railway on the I/ondon and !North 1 Western Bailway, over which 1,047 trains ran daily, was but £400; whereas here, with, sixteen ehort trains per day on the Port lane, and six on 1 tlie North tine, the annual cost of maintenanc...
LOSS OF THE STEAMER SEA. BIRD. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 21 August 1868
LOSS OF THE STEAMER SEA. BIRD. The loss of the steamer Sea Bird by fire an Tffllra IVpi'liigfl.Ti, Ms already been recorded. It will be remembered that more than 100 passen gers were drowned, and only three saved- "he following statement of one of the isurvivora, A. G. Chamberlain, of Sheboygan, Wisconsin, tells the wliole dreadful story"When we were about eight miles south-east of Waukegan I was awakened from a sound sleep by an indistinct noise. At first I thought the crew were fighting, and so hurried on iny clothes as fast as possible. "When I opened my state-room door I found everything in the direst confusion; the tables had been set for breakfast, and everything was ready for an early meal; the reckless and hor rified passengers were rushing in hot haste to the forward part of the boat; no tongue can possibly describe the horror of the scene at this period. Men, women, and children, many of them with very slight protection against the cold morning airin the way of clothing, r...
ORIGINAL, POETRY. PARODY ON "I'M AFLOAT." DEDICATED TO THOSE AT THE "WHEEL." [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 21 August 1868
ORIGfNAJ, POET8Y. PAHODY OU "I'M AFLOAT." DEDICATED TO THOSE AT THE "WHEEIi." Fin a man, I'm a mail, 011 tlie Government Road; My drays is my own, if tliey alnt Fll be blowed. Quiet, quick, paint my name, they'll in -white on black see, I'm a man wat's as careful as careful can be. Tlie Road Board close watches us, their mandates are heard; Whatmatterswhen (echorepeats, "howabsurd"), Witli Tire Acts on one side and deep ruts below, O'er the Government roads of Australia we go. I'm a man, &c. ["Repeat lots of times till tired.] Tm a gent, Im a gent, with a buggy and horse, But I don't come under the lire Act, of course. Up, up, in my seat, fourfcen stone quick you'll see: Tm a gent, and, of course, from the "Act" Tin quite free. I heed not the Road Board, I fear not tlie law My tires but a quarter, my weight thirty score. So, ne'er like a poor working teamster I feels That may be the Road Board is close on my heels. Fm a gent, &c. [Repeat exactly tlie same as before.]...
DISTRICT COUNCILS. HAMILTON. SATURDAY, AUGUST 15. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 21 August 1868
DISTKICT COUNCILS. HAMILTON. SATURDAY, AUGUST 15. Present-AIL Clerk to communicate with Mr. T. W. Lyons respecting particulars of Township of Marrabel proper. Resolved that in conse quence of the assessor (Mr. W. Oldham) having failed in liis completion of the assessment by this day, as promised by him, a special meeting will be held on Saturday, the 22nd inst., at 1 o'clock, to receive it; also, that he be written to, pointing out the inconvenience experienced by the Council iu not receiving the assessment as arranged; that tiio advertisement in Government Gazette for special meeting be withdrawn, and notice given of tLe reason. Receipts, £1 12/; payments, nil.
HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 21 August 1868
HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY. On Friday Mr. Strangways drew attention to the fact that last session the Souse ordered a report from the Surveyor-General on alleged eri'oneouB"snrveys by Captain Douglas, and asked why such report had not been laid before the House. The Treasurer promised to enquire, and if there -was any such report to lay it upon the table. Mr. Cavenagli called the Attomey-G-eneral's attention to the alleged illegal compromise effected in the case of the Attorney-G-eneral v. Hughes and others, and asked whether the Attorney-G-eneral had become a party to such compromise; whether if the compromise was about to take place, the Attorney-G-eneral, as plaintiff, had knowledge of the same; and if so, what were the proposed terms of such compro mise, and how far did they affect the rights of the Crown, or those of the claimants to the Moonta property. The formal answer of the Attorney-General was to the effect that he had read in the newspapers the remarks of the Primary Judge, but h...
LOCAL COURT—KAPUNDA. Monday, AUGUST 17, 1868. [Before J. Varley, Esq., S.M., and Dr. Tallis, J.P.] LEHMANN V. W. C. Oldham. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 21 August 1868
LOCAL COURT-KAPUNDA. Monday, AUGUST 17, 1868. [Before J. Varley, Esq., S.M., and Dr. TaUis, J.P.] IiEHMAJra- V. W. C. OlDHAM. Mr. Palmer for plaintiff; Mr. Emerson for defendant. This was a claim for £69 9/6. In this case W. C. Oldham was brought before the Court on a warrant, under which he had been arrested, on tlie ground that he was about to leave tlie colony without discharging the debt. Defendant admitted the debt, and consented to judgment for the amount. Mr. Emerson then applied for compensation to his client for his arrest, as he was not about to leave the colony, nor had he led any one to believe he was about to do so. Mr. Emerson read the affidavit on which tlie warrant liad been granted, submitting that the grounds it set forth were trivial and immaterial. Mr. Palmer submitted that it was not possible to set forth all reasons in any affidavit, and argued that judgment having been given for the amouut claimed, the defendant to obtain his discharge must enter into security...
GILBERT. MONDAY, AUGUST 17. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 21 August 1868
GILBERT. MONDAY, AUGUST 17. Present-All. Letter received from Crown Lands Office, August 5, informing Council that tlieir application for moiety of fines inflicted under Bush Fires Act, had been referred to the Attomey Greneral's office. Messrs. Ballard and J. Eeid waited on Council, and requested that a ford might be constructed over Gilbert, near Mr. T. Markey's; consideration of same deferred till the Council are in funds. John Nelson appointed ranger of district. Order for relief to Hannah Bacliizse to be returned to Destitute Board by Clerk, and the Board informed of her death. Clerk to write to engineer of Northern Extension Bailway relative to crossings over railway on road intei'seeting Section 464. Beceipts, £32 6/6; payments, £35 3].
The Kapunda Herald. FRIDAY, AUGUST 21, 1868. THE EDUCATION SYSTEM. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 21 August 1868
Ctje Stajmit&a f&nattJ. FBI DAY, AUGUST 21, 1868. THE EDUCATION SYSTEM. At length, thanks to the motioa of our senior member, this long-vexed question has been referred to a Parliamentary Select Committee, with, a view of ascer taining precisely the weak points of the present system, and of devising some plan whereby these defects may be remedied. We cannot say that, as a rule, much value is to be placed! on the labours of Select Committees-or, rather, perhaps we should say that the slight importance generally to be attached to their efforts is due not SG much to a want of diligent labour on the part of such Committees, but rather to the fact that, as a rule, the actual results are altogether disproportionate to the work peformed. The old, old story of the mouutain in labour bringing forth a mouse is usually an adequate description of the efforts and results of Select Committees. If the report, when brought up, coincides with the preconceived notions of the mem bers ...
WATERVALE. August 11, 1868. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 21 August 1868
WATER VALE. ?From our own Correspondent.! August 11, 1868. With all our progress in trade (civilization I .was going to say) and importance, we have not succeeded in obtaining one veiy necessary adden dum to our comfort-that is, a trooper. The presence of one of these gentlemen as a resident among us would doubtless tend to keep more peace and quietness in the village. Many are the complaints made of drunken rows and brawls, which, however profitable they may be to some, are certainly not conducive to the comfort of others; nor do they produce a moral or sanitary influence on the village at large. But we are looking forward to the time when our wishes in this respect are likely to be gratified.
MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS, [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 21 August 1868
MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS, [ Owing to the death of Councillor Francis, a vacancy existed in the representation of the West Ward, the necessary steps for supplying-which were taken by the Council at the last meeting Tuesday last being fixed for the day of nomina tion, and Thursday for the election, in case of contest. Councillor JTrancis's term of office would lhave expired with the termination of the municipal year; his successor, therefore, ifi only i elected for the four months which intervene I before the annual election of Councillors. At noon on Tuesday last, THb Worship the Mayor attended at the Council-Chamber, when the |f olio wing nominations were opened and read by Mm: 1. John Edward Newman-Proposed by Na thaniel Hawke and John Harris; seconded by William Oates and Joseph Hancock. 2. Joseph Bowett- Proposed by Nicholas Lihou and Samuel W. Pearce; seconded by William Banyer and Francis Thomas. There being more than one candidate nomi nated, His Worship adjourned all further pro c...