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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 22 February 1867

[ADVERTISEMENT.] the GOVERNMENT AND THE -*? CRISIS. TO THE PEOPLE OF SOUTH AUSTRALIA. My SHends and Fellow-Colonists Having, in a former address, accused our so called responsible Government -with having con tributed their fall Bhare towards producing the . present commercial crisis in the colony, I, as one ?who lias seen much, public service amongst you» who has recently had, in common with others, a valuable, though bitter, personal experience,- who has still a considerable though impoverished stake in the country, and who continues to feel a deep interest in all that pertains to the prosperity and prospects of the colony--deem it my duty before I again leave your shores to return to the, charge. The honorable position of our representative rulers is, most undoubtedly, one of great power either for good or -evil to the community, and "we, the people whom they govern, are often entirely at their mercy, and receive very little consideration at their hands. The administration of our ...

Publication Title: Kapunda Herald And Northern Intelligencer
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SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 16. [Before J. S. Browne, Esq., S.M.] PRELIMINARY INVESTIGATION. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 22 February 1867

SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 16. [Before J. S. Browne, Esq., S.M.J PRELTMINABY INVESTIGATION. William Greitz was brought up on a remanded charge of cattle stealing. Mr Beaham appeared for the prisoner. The evidence as given in the case of Chamber lain was repeated, with the exception of Mrs Chamberlain's, whose attendance was prevented by illness. The prisoner made a statement to the effect that he went with Chamberlain to look for a stray horse, but they could not find it, and when they passed the cattle in question Chamberlain said those three head were his, and asked wit ness to assist him to drive them in, which he did, and slept at Chamberlain's that niglit, and on the following morning asked Mrs Chamber lain to lend him £1, which she did. Prisoner was committed to trial at the Supreme Court. Bail allowed-himself in £200 and two sureties in £100 each.

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LOCAL COURT—KAPUNDA. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 15. [Before W. Oldham, Esq., J.P.] PRELIMINARY INVESTIGATION. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 22 February 1867

LOCAL COURT-KAPUN DA. FRIDAY, EEBRUABY 15. [_Before W. Oldham, Esq., J.P.J PRELIMINARY INVESTIGATION. Malcolm. Chamfers was charged with house breaking. Mr George Coglin examined. By the Court-Was a plasterer, lodging at-Mr D. O'Lsary's; was there on the previous night; at about half-past 12 his wife told him she thought there was some one trying to break in at the window ; got up snd found the window open, and looking.outside saw the prisoner try ing, to get in at the window below, and also at the door; there was another man with him, whom he called Chamberlain, or something like that; he said something about getting beer and paying for it; prisoner pulled the top saBh down, but there was not sufficient room for him to get in; he .left that window and tried the doors; finding that useless he returned to the window, and tried the lower sash, which he opened about fourteen inches to get in; witness meanwhile struck a light, and went down stairs, when pri fpner's mate hooked it, but h...

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MONDAY, FEBRUARY 18. [Before J. S. Browne, Esq., S.M.] APPLICATIONS. BISHOP V. RYAN. JOEY JOEY V. BROGAN. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 22 February 1867

MONDAY, FEBRUARY 18. [Before J. S. Browne, Esq., S.M.J AMPLICATIONS. BISHOP V. RYAN. JOE? J JET V. BROGAN. These were applications for review coats, and Mr Brady stated that on applications from the other side he had consented to the cases stand ing over till next Court day. Adjourned to Monday, the 25th instant. MOBGAN V. In this case Mr Brady applied that the former trial might be set aside, as the verdict was against the weight of evidence, and in the ab sence of a material witness, Kennedy, who he be lieved, if put on oath, would swear he gave the cheque to Jellett. Mr Brady went at some length into the matter, stating that Kennedy would not take an affidavit, and would have nothing to say in the matter unless he was com pelled, »nd concluded by asking for an order for a new trial-the more so as the verdict was not the verdict of the whole Jury, but of a portion of the Jury. Mr Eichholz, by leave of the Court, appeared for Mr Palmer, and stated that an information had been laid ...

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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 22 February 1867

WEEKLY CALENDAR. Day of Month and Week. Satday., Feb. 23 Sunday, " 24 Monday, " 25 Tuesday, " 26 Wednesdy," .27 Thursday, " - 28 Friday, March 1 Rises. Sets. a.m. 5.47 5.48 5.49 5.49 5.50 5 51 5.52 p.m. 6.41 6.40 6 39 6.38 6.37 6 36 6.35 MOON. Rises. Sets, p.m. 9.27 10. 3 10.41 11.21 sjii. 0. 3 0.50

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CLARE. February 21, 1867. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 22 February 1867

CLARE. . -- I fFrom our own Correspondent.*] I February 21, 1867. I suppose, as is the rule, I must commence by telling of the beautiful rain we had during the whole of Monday, and the forenoon of Tues day. Some say it will do good, and others again that it will do harm, as there are still some farmers who have got wheat out in heap9, although they had ample time to get it in store. Our Dramatic Amateurs have announced their intention of again appearing before the public on the 5th and 6th March, when they hope to meet with plenty of encouragmenf, and for the second time acquit themselves in a praiseworthy manner. Our agricultural show also takes place on the 8th proximo.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 22 February 1867

BIRTHS. ELLIOTT.-On the 16 th February, at Kent Town, Mrs. Joseph Elliott, of a son. KIDNEY--At Kapunda, on 19th February; the wife of Mr EL Kidney, of Tauuada, of a sou.

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CORRES PONDENCE. THE KAPUNDA DISTRICT COUNCIL BALANCE-SHEET. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 22 February 1867

CORRES PONDENCE. KAPUNDA DISTRICT COUNCIL B AXi ANCE-SHEET. TO THE EDITOR. Sir-At the present time I have before me the balance-sheet of the District Council of Kapunda. The following are a few of the items which ought not to pass without some . explanation:-1st. Clerk's travelling expenses, . £1 7/6. If a Clerk is employed, his travelling expenses should come but of bis salary. 2nd. Government Printing Office, for Acts, £10 9/. The usual price for Acts required by District Councils is 26/6, bound. 3rd. Mending fence at Orchard's, 7j. It is generally supposed that the owner has to keep his own fences in repair, or that if a contractor damages the fence that he must make it good. 4th. Councillor Kelly's expenses, once to Ade laide, £2. I cannot see what us ratepayers have to do with his trip to town. Surely with £10 worth of Acts the Council need not have been doing anything contrary to law. 5th. Bent to the Chairman for the use of his room, four sit tings at 8/, 32/. At an average o...

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THE KAPUNDA HERALD. Friday, February 22nd, 1867. THE EAPUNDA POST-OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 22 February 1867

THE KAPUNDA HERALD. Friday, February 22nd, 1867. THE EAPUNDA POST-OFFICE. Some two years ago the fact that the postal requirements of Kapunda were alto gether inadequately met by the existing Post-Office was so thoroughly impressed on the Parliament by our then member, Mr. Dutton, that the sum of £1,000 was voted to make such alterations as should - serve to render the office better adapted to the public requirements o£ the township. But alter the Appropriation Bill was passed the question was raised as to whether it would not be better to erect a new Post Offi.ce, and the proposed improvements were consequently shelved; and during the last Session an additional sum of £1,000 was voted in order to construct a new office. ; We are not aware whether it has since been felt, that some other provi sion is needed which it will take still twelve months .longer to determine on; but this we do know, that as yet there is no sign of the £2,000 being expended, and the original source of cbmplai...

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STOCKPORT. TUESDAY, FEBRUABY 19. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 22 February 1867

STOCKPORT. TUESDAY, FEBRUABY 19. J Present-The Chairman, and Councicllors Manuel and Young. The Clerk was ordered to write to District Constable Howard, requesting his attendance at next meeting of Council. Order for opening new road through Sect on 1283, Hundred of Light, confirmed. Surveyor's account, £2 2], passed for payment.

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ANNUAL MEETING OF CONGREGATIONAL HOME MISSION SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 22 February 1867

ANNUAL MEETING Oft CONGRE GATIONAL HOME MISSION SOCIETY. The annual meeting at K'aputtda in connection with tlie Some Mission was held at the Congre gational Churcli on Wednesday evening, the Bern Messrs. Hams and Gibson attending as a deputation. The attendance was but email, owing no doubt to various .other meetings being held elsewhere. : . . The proceedings having been opened by singing a hymn, the Eev. W. A. Claxton engaged in prayer, after which the Chairman (Mr. .Lewis) expressed his deep regret at seeing so few present. Had it been left to the Church to appoint the time of the g.nnna.1 meeting they would not have fixed on that week for doing so, as various causes operated to prevent there being a large attendance. During the past year the" two separate Societies which formerly existed had been amalgamated, with a view to a more enlarged .success. He would now introduce, if that were necessary with one so well-known, the Eev. Mr. Gibson. The Eev, Mr. .Gibson, in advocating th...

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DISTRICT COUNCILS. KAPUNDA. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 16. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 22 February 1867

DISTRICT COUNCILS. KAPUNDA. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 16. Present-The Chairman and Councillors Kelly and Oldham, Two letters read from applicants for the office of Inspector of Brands and Slaugh terhouses. Resolved, that the offices of Ranger and Inspector of Brands he combined, and that ^tenders be advertised for. Mr William Kelly stated his inability to . accept any terms for a road through his paddock, as persons not in the Colony had a joint interest in the land. Sur veyor instructed to prepare plan and estimate of the cost of making an available crossing over Allen's Creek, near Mr. J. Rowett's. Letter read from the Clerk of the Belvidere District Council, calling attention to the bad state of road at Dundon's corner. Surveyor directed to in spect and report upon the state of new bridge near Mr Orchard's. Application received from Mr ThomaB Duell, jun., for appointment as Keeper of Bagot's Well Pound. Granted ; ap pointment to be published in the Gazette. Re solved, that the Clerk at ...

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LECTURE ON OLIVER CROMWELL. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 22 February 1867

LECTURE ON OLIVER CROMWELL. On Monday evening the Rev. Mr Henderson, of Victoria, delivered a lecture at the Baptist Chapel on. the "Life of Oliver Cromwell, viewed as a study for young men." The weather in the evening was a continuance of that which had prevailed in the former part of the day, and, as a natural result, the bad state of the roads and the very heavy fall of rain deterred many from venturing out. Despite these drawbacks there was, however, a very fair at f tendance, and theproceedings having been opened by singing a hymn, the Chairman, the Rev, Mr Claxton, in a few kindly remarks introduced the lecturer; who prefaced his remarks on the subject of Tiis lecture by a few observations on the characters of James L and Charles L, nar rating the differences which occurred between the people and the latter monarch on the vexed questions of illegal taxation, suppression of parliamentary representation, and perversion of : the good old English Constitution. The sum- i tnary dis...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 22 February 1867

VALUABLE FREEHOLD PROPERTY: IN' TEE HUNDRED OF JULIA CJBEEK. On SATURDAY, FEBRUARY: 23. AT CRA&E'S llOGM, KAPUNDA. JAMES WHITE is instructed By Mr. David Fjfe, to sell by auction, as above, at two o'clock AH that Valuable FREEHOLD PROPERTY! in Hundred of Julia Creek, namely Section I 168, containing 160 Acres, together with I the Improvements, consisting of a Good. Post and Three-Wire Fence enclosing the1] . -same.- There «re about 126 - Acres' wider j cultivation, and about SO Acres more can be ; - . ploughed. There is .a plentiful supply of j Water withina ehort distance. A fair Average Crop was got off the land this ( last season.;: Possession canbe obtained on let March next. - Terms-Easy. For further particulars apply to J - - the Auctioneer. . Immediately after the above, the following J Valuable. BUILDING SITES in the] Township of Kapunda will be offered for I . Sale. Lot 1. ALLOTMENTS 65 and 72, southern moiety Allotment 71, and northern moiety Allot ment 73 of Secti...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 22 February 1867

TO ADVERTISERS in the KAPUNDA HERALD.-The following is the SCALE of DISCOUNTS on Advertisements n the KAP.UNDAHERALD,when prepaid: insertions8. J sd- 'm tb® Shilling, or 25 percent. \nftferjtion !.!f th« Shilling, or 29 J per cent. during^rtr.} 4d-iu theShUling, orS?£percent. The Scale of Charges is as follows: Two lines ... One "Shilling. Three lines One Shilling and Sixpence. Four lines ... Two Shillings. Five lines . ... Two Shillings and Sixpence. Sixlines... ... Two Shillingsand Sixpence. Eadh line more Four-pence. at sixpence per line throughout. The KAPUNDA HERALD will have an exten .ive circulation ali over the Northern' Country, including Gawler, Sheaoak Log, Greenock, Nuri ootpa, Angastoa, Stockwell, Truro, North and Sonth Rhine, LyndoehValley, Moorundee- Stock-_ port, Linwood, Gilberton, I&ynie,'the' Wakefield, EiTertoi>,' Saddletforth, Auburii, Mintaro T.eas ingbam, WaterVale, Penwortham, Clare, Hioirit Remarkable, Fori; Augusta Redruth, Kooringa, Blackapringe...

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KAPUNDA MARKET PRICES. "Kapunda Herald" Office, Friday, February 22, 1867. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 22 February 1867

KAPUNDA MARKET PRICES. " Kapunda Herald " - Office, ^Friday, February 22, 1867. GRAIN AND FODDER Wheat, 3s 4d per bushel Flour per tODj J£10 Ditto per bag, 22g Ditto per lb 2d PBOYISIONS Butter per lb, Is 4d to Is 6d Eggs per do?.en, Is Caeese, colonial, per lb, lOd FBITTT AND VEGETABLES-? Cabbages, 53 to -7d each Potatoes, new, 8/ per cwt.; Id. per Parsnips, 4d per bunch. Onions, 2d per pound Apples, 3d 4d per - pound

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ADELAIDE CORN MARKET. Adelaide, Thursday, February 21. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 22 February 1867

ADELAIDE CORN MARKET. Adelaide, Thursday, February 21. The Wheat market has not been very brisk daring the week, and supplies were small, but the price remained firm at last quotations. ; Several large transactions were made in Flour at full rates. Bran and' Pollard are in.better demand. Transactions in Oats and Barley remain very limited. General business is still very dull. We quote to-day . Wheat, in town, 3/9 to 3/10 per bushel; ditto, at Port, 41 to 4/0£; Flour, £10 to ill per ton; Bran, /9 to /1Q per bushel; Pollard, /II to 1/; Cape Barley, H/9 to 3/; English ditto, 3/6 to 4/3 ; Oats, 3/6 to 4/6. . A. F. CHKISTEN & CO.

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CRIMINAL SITTINGS OF THE SUPREME COURT. ABSTRACT OF PROCEEDINGS. [Before His Honor the Chief Justice.] FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 15. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 22 February 1867

CRIMINAL SITTINGS OF THE SUPEEME COURT. ABSTRACT OF PROCEEDINGS. [Before His Honor the Chief Justice.} FBIDAY, FEBRUABY 15. John Kernel/ and David Kerney where charged, together with Ihoma« Field, with having felo niously assaulted Aiine Taylor, at Hackney, and stealing sundry jewellery, her property. The witnesses examined for the prosecution were-Mrs. Taylor, Miss Weston, and Thomas Field, who was brought up from the Stockade for the purpose. Mr Bundy, who appeared for ! the prisoners, did not call any evidence, but objected to the reception of that of Field, which objection was overruled by His Honor. After a retirement of something less than half an hour, the Jury returned with a verdict of " Guilty " against both the prisoners, with a recommendation to mercy on behalf of David Kerney on account of his youth, which His Honor said would be duly considered by the authorities, and then passed sentence of death on both, during which solemn occurrence the prisoners appeared to be qui...

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AUBURN. February, 27, 1867. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 1 March 1867

AUBUHN. ("From our own Correspondent.] February, 27, 1867 Since my last we have had soma changeable .weather; to-day it is beautiful and cool, but I think we may expect a change soon. The farmers and carriers are still busy in cart ing wheat to Kapunda and Port "Wakefield; many of them are beginning to sell ; the price to-day is 2s. lid. per bushel. The Rev. Mr. Webb, from Melbourne, preached a beautiful sermon in the old Town Hall last night. I am sorry to say the congre gation/was not very large. The . Auburn Branches of the Temperance and Rechabites Societies intend having a grand demon stration some time next month; and I have no doubt, from the energetic manner which some of the Committee are making arrangements, that the affair will be a great success. The Bible Christian Chapel at Lower SMlly ?was opened last Sunday, when three sermons were preached; on the Monday a tea meeting was held, which was followed by a public meet ing, at which addresses were delivered by the Revds. ...

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CORONERS INQUEST. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 1 March 1867

CORONERS INQUEST. An inquestrwas held before J. S. Browne, Esq., S.M., on Tuesday last, at Mr Lieechki's, St. Kitt'a Creek, aa to the origin of a fire which had occurred there on Sunday, the 24th instant, and which was still smoking. A Jury of four teen was sworn in, of whom Mr Flavel was elected Foreman. Having inspected the scene of the fire, the following evidence was then adduced Edward Berner examined. By the Coroner-At about 9 o'clock on Sun day morniog witness drove the horses out, and when he came back he saw a crow sitting on the sheaoak tree opposite; went and got the gun and fired at it lrom the stable, and then went indoors; about ten minutes after went to ihe doar and saw the long chaff-room was on fire, and called out 'Eire;' that was not far from the stable where he had shot the crow; witness had loaded the gun himself on the previous Sunday with shot; used a piece of cloth similar to that produced as wadding; did not use any paper; was working there for the last four...

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