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The Kapunda Herald. TUESDAY, DECEMBER 17, 1878. HEALTH AND CLOTHING. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 17 December 1878
Cl)c HapunDa f^eralU. TUESDAY, DECEMBER 17, 1878. HEALTH A1STD CLOTHING. In the old country the expression that " Christmas is coming" serves to remind one that.it is advisable to hunt up one's winter habits and habili ments. Here it has precisely an oppo site signification. And sooth to say we have had more than a re minder of the fact that the hot season is approaching, for it has actually put in a preliminary appearance, not in deed yet for weeks at a time, hut for periods of sufficiently long duration to make one turn with fond remem brance to pleasant reminiscences of the days when snow, the beautiful snow, decorated all external nature, and the frame glowed with delight after: indulging in the healthful exercises to which that season of the year in duced one to turn with so much plea sure. "Vfe are afraid that Britishers as a rule are an eminently conserva tive people. The habits they have contracted in the home country they carry with them wherever they may by their roving di...
MELBOURNE. [From our own Correspondent.] December 9, 1878. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 17 December 1878
I | MELBOURNE. [From our own Correspondent.] Dceember 9, 1878. At last, and with a great amount of relief, I am able to inform you of the prorogation of that horrible institution called Parliament. No more wading through columns of illite rate and illogical speeches for the present ; no more of Berry's violent appeals to the passions of the hearers; and no more of Gaunson's terrier-like snapping and carping at everything any one elie may say or do. Truly, to the unfortunate newspapers cor respondents the recess may be' fairly looked npon as a haven—"where ihi wicked cease from troubling, and the weaiy are at rest." The whole army of scriveners are now (my self included) looking forward with pleasure to the approaching festive season, which we shall be able to enjoy, now that political mat ters are for the present in a state of quiet ness. It is sincerely to be hoped that during the recess the inflamed state of parties may subside, and that next session all may meet ready to " bury t...
REUTER'S TELEGRAMS LONDON, December 11. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 17 December 1878
BEUTER'S TELEGRAMS LOUDON, December 11. The Conservative candidate has been re turned for Maldon bj a narrow majority. It is expected that Parliament will be pro rogued on Tuesday, 17th December. CONSTANTINOPLE, December 11. The Porte has addressed a note to its re presentatives abroad, in which it is stated that the recent change of Ministry was made in order to compose internal difficulties and troubles by vigorous measures and pending the discussion of questions on foreign policy, as well as to fulfil the obligations Turkey had incurred by treaty. NEW YOBK, December 12. A terrific storm has been raging for two days throughout a large portion of the United States. Immense damage has been done in the Middle New England States. The storm has also extended to Nova Scotia, where its effects have been severely felt. LONDON, December 12. To-night the Chancellor of the Exchequer in reply to a question in the House of Com mons, said it had been ascertained that the Russian Envoy had been ...
CRICKET. ENGLAND V. SOUTH AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 17 December 1878
CRICKET. ENGLAND V. SOUTH AUSTRALIA. The cricket match, between Lord Harris's team of Twelve Gentlemen of England and Eighteen of South. Australia, commenced on Monday last, "was continued on Friday and Saturday, and resulted in a victory for the Englishman with, four wickets to spare. Below are the scores— South Australian Eiq-hteex. First Innings. Captain, Mr. J. E. Gooden; Umpire, Mr. S. Toms. J Noel, c. and b. Einmett ... ... 1 T. T. Lucas, l.b.w., b. Absolom ... ... 0 A. If. Jarvis, run out ... ... ... 28 T. O. Richards, b. Emmett ... ... 1 W. Slight, e. Webbe, b. Emmett ... 0 J". Traynov, c. Webbe, b. Emmett ... 2 W. O. Whitridge,c. Lueas, b. Ulyett ... 12 E. G. Phillips, c. Webbe,b. Emmett ... 0 G. Giffen, c. Absolom, b. Emmett ... 0 E. King, b. Ulyett ... ... ... 2 J. E. Gooden, b. Emmett ... ... 14 J. Hide, c. Hone, b. Ulyett ... ... 1 A. Pettinger, run out ... ... ... 8 C. H. Gibbs, b. Emmett ... ... ... 0 I G. Brown, run out ... ... ... 1 W. Bullough, b. Emmett ... ... 8 ...
LOCAL TELEGRAMS. Adelaide, Dec. 16, 4 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 17 December 1878
LOCAL TELEGBAMS. Adelaide, Dec. 16, 4 p.m. The snip King Cedric, which, put mto into Mauritius to repair damages, arrived safely to-day. The cutter Elizabeth, from Port Adelaide, came ashore at Fort Crawler on Sunday with all sail set, but nobody on board. The weather is frightfully dusty in Ade laide to-day. Mr. Caleb Peacock was nominated to-day for North Adelaide, and there being no op position he was declared elected. At the meeting of the City Council to-day the salaries of the Town Oierk, City Trea surer, and die Surveyor were iucre ased £50 each.
AUBURN. [From our own Correspondent.] December 12, 1878. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 17 December 1878
AUBURN. [From our own Correspondent.] December 12, 1878. The warm weather of the past fortnight has .done a good deal in the way of altering the colour of the crops in this neighbourhood. Reaping has begun in several places and will be general in about another week. As far as I can learn the crop will be a fail'one, notwith standing various reports of red rust and several other diseases that wheat is heir to. As the summer months are now here the Band of Hope, which has been carried on very successfully during the winter months, lias gone into recess until March. All the meetings of the past session have been well attended, but I am afraid very little real good has been done towards spreading the tem perance cause, but if good seed has been sown I have no doubt we will reap the benefit, of it by-and-bye. Since my last we have had a visit from the Wheeler Family, who gave two performances before small but very appreciative audiences. At the close a number of prizes were dis tributed....
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 17 December 1878
In cansequeTice of spurious imitations of LEA AND PERRINS' SAUCE, which are calculated to deceive the Public, Lea and Perrins have adopted A NEW LABEL, bearing their Signature, thus, «— which is placed on every bottle of WORCESTERSHIRE SAUCE, and without which none is genuine. Ash for LEA &lt;&* PERRJNS' Sauce, and see Name on Wrapper, Label, Bottle and Stopper. Wholesale and for Export by the Proprietors, Worcester ; Crosse and Blackwell, London, &°c., &"c.; and by Grocers and Oilmen throughout the World. MESSES. J. STILLING CO., AGENTS, AD EL A IDE. & GROWN MOLESKIN TROUSERS, WHITE & PRINTED, CAN BE PURCHASED RETAIL FROM ALL DRAPERS AND STOREKEEPERS IN THE COLONY, AND WHOLESALE FROM ALL WAREHOUSEMEN AND IMPORTERS. EACH ARTICLE BEARS THE TRADE MARK OP ONE OK MORE CROWNS ACCORDING TO QUALITY. J. W. SEHNTSON", WATCH AND CLOCK - MAKER To the Queen and Royal Family, And by Special Appointments to n.K.Il. tlie Prinee of Wales, H.I.1H. tlie...
OUR CITY LETTER. [From our own Correspondent.] Adelaide, December 14, 1878. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 17 December 1878
OUR CITY LETTER. [From our own Correspondent.] Adelaide, December 14, 1878. UricKet is in at present, and the (jrentieinen of England have shown the South Australians some very fine play. Lord Harris, the captain of tlie team, is an enthusiastic cricketer and a fine specimen of a young English nobleman. He Las a frank, manly, and open countenance and a good physique. He was an Eton boy, is captain of the County of Kent, a famous cricketing county, M.C.C., and I. Zingari. He is a splendid field, and a good all-round man. Mr. A. N. Hornby liails from Harrow, and is said to be the very best bat in all England He gave some very fine specimens of his skill on the Oval, and was the admiration of all. Mr. A. J. Webbe, another Harrow boy, made excellent play and scored well. Mr. F. 31. Mackinnon is an elegant bat and a very free hitter. Most of the team are very free, active, and graceful in their style of play, but it is hardly worth while for me to give a detailed notice of them all, whic...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 17 December 1878
100 head fat cattle 100 AT THE palmerston YARDS, k A l'unda this DAY tuesday), December 17. AT TWO O'clock. COLES & Gr o od child are favoured -with, instructions from Messrs. Barrett & Wreford to sell by auction, as above— -| aa Head Prime FAT CATTLE, j_V-t \J from Moorarra Station. These Cattle are Light Weights, Very Quiet, and exactly suited for the Season. Tuesday, December 17, at 2 o'clock sharp. o ¥oolgeo¥BBS. T ltjxmoobe'S WOOL warehouse, GILBERT-PLACE, ADELAIDE. [ESTABLISHED 1857-] LUXMOORE & CO. Beg to intimate to tlie Woolgrowers of South Australia that their FIRST WOOL sale Of the present Season will take place ON THURSDAY, OCTOBER 10th, 1878, And sales by PUBLIC AUCTION will be held on each THURSDAY following through out the Season. Their 1ew WOOL WAREHOUSES, recently completed, are capable of receiving upwards of 2,500 Bales, and have been specially constructed for the reception and storage of Wool. The SAMPLING- and SALEROOMS, lighted on the mo...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 17 December 1878
Business Directory. KAPDJfDA. BREWSTER, K, "Wine, Spirit, and General1 Merchant, Brewster's Build ings, Main-street. Agent for Salter's and ather Wines. BENIXAM, W. H-, Solicitor, Notary Public, &c., Main-street. Money to lend on property under the Real Property Act, or otherwise, at lowest rate of interest. "OBTJCB, JOHN A., Auctioneer, 23 Land, Loan, and General Commission Agent. Money to Lend in large or email TYUMBRECK, THOMAS, Tanner yj and Currier, near Morning Star. Leather of every description on hand and to order. Bark, Hides, and Skins, &c., bought. DUMBRECK, WILLIAM, Tanner anil Currier, Burra-road, (late Frith'e). Bart, Hides, &c., bought. Leather on sale or to order—first qualify. EMERSON", Mr., Solicitor, Main ; street, Kapunda. Money to lend on Mortgage or Depositof Deeds. FAVCETT'S soothing POWDERS, for Children Teething. Sold in Packets at One Shilling; or by post for Seven Stamps. AddresB, R. Fawcett, Chemist, Kapunda. GMEINER, J., Pianofort...
COMMERCIAL. ADELAIDE CORN MARKET. [From our own Correspondent.] December 16, 1878. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 17 December 1878
COMMERCIAL. ADELAIDE CORN" MARKET. [Prom our own Correspondent.] December 16, 1878. Sales are reported of Wheat at 4/8| afloat. Various prices are quoted from 4/5 to 4/8 for immediate shipment. Flour is from £10 10/ for country to £11 10/ to £12 for town brands. Bran is scarce at 1 jo. "Kapunda Herald" Office, December 16, 1878. Wheat—4/2 to 4/4. Hat—£2 to £2 5/ per ton. Wholesale. Retail. Flour ... ... £11 5/per ton 27/per bag Bran ... ... 1/4 per busli. 1/5 per busli Pollard ... 1/5 " 1/6 " Hams ... ... /8 per lb. /10 per lb. Bacon ... ... /7 " /9 " Cheese... ... /6 " /8 " Butter ... ... /7 " /9 " Eggs ... ... /8 per doz. /lOperdoz.
MAIL NOTICES. Post-Office, Kapunda. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 17 December 1878
MAIL NOTICES. Post-Office, Eanunda. 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 the 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.
MAGISTRATES' COURT, KAPUNDA. [Before Mr. J. Varley, S.M.] THURSDAY, DECEMBER 12, 1878. J. SIMPSON v. J. QUIGLEY. J. QUIGLEY v. J. SIMPSON AND OTHERS. P. MACNAMARA v. J. QUIGLEY. MARY QUIGLEY v. MARY SIMPSON. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 17 December 1878
MAGISTRATES' COURT, &nbsp; KAPUNDA. [Before Mr. J. Varley, S.M.] Thursday, December 12, 1878. J. SIMPSON v. J. Quigley. J. Quigley v. J. Simpson and Others. P. MacNamara v. J. Quigley. Mary Quigley v. Mary Simpson. These were actions for assaults. Mr. Davis appeared for J. Quigley and his wife, and asked that these four cases, which were really one, might be heard together. Dr. Blood examined by Mr. Davis—Was a legally-qualified medical practioner residing in Kapunda. Knew Mrs. Quigley, wife of John Quigley. Was called to see her pro fessionally on November 15. She complained very much of pain in her neck and a bruise on her thigh. The latter was not of much consequence. The pain in the neck might have been caused by a blow, or by her neck being wrung. Had known her for some years. Witness saw her three times, on the 15th, 16th, and 29th. There was also a mark on her eye, which might have been caused by a blow. By Mr. Simpson—Met Simpson on the Flat, who showed him that his ...
CRICKET. AUSTRALIAN ELEVEN V. FIFTEEN OF VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 20 December 1878
CRICKET. AUSTRALIAN ELEVEN V. FIFTEEN OF VICTORIA. This match was finished on Monday last, on the East Melbourne Ground, and resulted in a victory for the Australian team "with six wickets to fall. The total number of runs scored during the match was 922—461 by the Victorian Fifteen, and 462 by the Eleven with six wickets to spare. Murdoch made the immense score of 153, A. Bannerman 52 (not out), Horan 25, and C. Bannerman 19. Lord Harris's English team arrived in Mel bourne on Monday last, and were enthusias tically received. They commenced a match against Fifteen of Victoria yesterday. The American and Canadian papers have some original remarks upon the play in the matches contested by the Australians. We learn from the New York Herald that at New York, " on the seventh over, C. Bannerman got a ball, a driver, which was well fielded by Greig." At Montreal, " Gordon then took the bat, and soon let out in a beautiful straight daisy cropper for 3 off Allan. After some sharp play Gord...
IMPOUNDING NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 20 December 1878
IMPOUNDING NOTICES. WIIjLOCHRA (nearest Post-Office, Wil mington), Samuel George, Pounkeeper.—One r^d bullock, down horns, branded R near ribs, F over ^ conjoined off ribs; one red bullock, cock horns, branded like W anchor off ribs, anchor off rump; one brown bull twelve months old, branded S near ribs, white face : one brown bull, no brands visible ; one brown and white poley steer, like bull, no brands visible; one red steer, white back, tail, and belly, no brands; one blue and white heifer, about eighteen months old, no brands visible ; one white heifer, no brands visible, about eighteen months old. Will be sold December 30, at noon. Also, one bay horse, blaze half down face, near fore and off hind feet white, rather poor, branded K near shoulder, shod in front. Will be sold January 6, 1879, at noon. MELROSE (nearest Post-Office, Melrose), C. H. Yates, Pouudkeeper.—One bay mare, branded like CO near shoulder, C over ON off shoulder, M near thigh; one bay 'mare CO with 4 under ne...
TARCOWIE. [From our own Correspondent.] December 14, 1878. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 20 December 1878
TABOO WIE. ([From our own Correspondent.J December 14,1878. Reaping lias been general all this week from Belalie northward. The sample of wheat is good, and the yield is better than was ex pected. Red rust has injured some patches. There are some averaging, from ten to twelve bushels per acre, and in some rare eases twenty bushels have been cleaned, hut thej have more to reap ret which may reduce their average. So far very little has been shaken by the wind, and we have had a good week's reaping without any broken weather. Yesterday a bullock driver named Levey was run over at Yarrowie by a waggon loaded with fifty bsgs of wheat. The man's right leg and left azm are broken, besides being otherwise severely bruised. He is now lying at the public house in a very dangerous state. He has a wife and four children living at Pekiua.
CORONER'S INQUEST. ACCIDENTAL DEATH. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 20 December 1878
COEOJSTEH'« IXQUEST. ♦ ACCIDENTAL DEATH. An inquest was held oil Monday evening, December 16, at the ICxniouth Hotel, ISaddie worth, by Mr. 0. It. (loode, J .P., ou the body of a man who wa-s found dead that afternoon. Mr. H. Gross was Foreman of the -Tury. .Frederick Huppatz said that about 4 o'clock that afternoon as he was on his way home from Saddle worth, about half a mile from the town ship, he saw a waggon with fonr horses yoked and one tied behind, sluek in a fence. On approaching nearer saw the body of a mail lying near the middle of the road, face down wards, in a pool of blood, lie appeared to be quite dead. Two of the waggon wheels ap peared to have gone over the body. .Returned to Mr. Palmer and told liim, and then went and gave information to the police. Assisted to remove the body to the Police Station. Did not know the deceased ; was that way an ■hour previous, and did not see the body then. Grustave Muckler deposed that at about 3 o'clock that afternoon he saw a wag...
BBOADBRIM'S PARIS LETTER. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 20 December 1878
BBOADBBIM'S PARTS LETTEB. I The early days of autumn remind us that the Exhibition is fast drawing to its close. Everything on the Champ de Mars is in mid summer perfection—the exhibits were com pleted long ago, each display is carefully in its placa, and the myriad wonders of this industrial world never shone more con spicuously than they do to-day with but two brief months more of life left. Since the first of September the average daily attendance has been above 100,000. This sudden increase from two-thirds of that number is much re marked, but it is a part of the history of every international fair that as its last days approach the visitors multiply. We had a dry and fearfully liofc summer. The days are now cool, and the withering, blistering heat of the low-roofed Exhibition halls is changed by an air pleasantly fresh and invigorating. The Parasian, back from the sea-shore and waters, who up to now has been content to read his IPigaro in the morning for his quota of Ex hibitio...
LOCAL TELEGRAMS. [From our own Correspondent.] Adelaide, December 19, 4.45 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 20 December 1878
LOCAL TELEGRAMS. [From our own Correspondent.] Adelaide, December 19, 4.45 p. The Mail Steamer Tanjore left Galle at noon on .Friday, December 13. The weather is hot. Business is quiet. Yictorian telegrams state that the Kelly gang stuck up a farm-house five miles from Benalla yesterday night. As the large family and children were retiring to bed a man en tered with a gun in his hands arid hailed Tip the inmates of the house. A boy who man aged to escape ran into Benalla and gave in formation to the police, who have set out in pursuit. The Age and Leader stigmatise the Berry and Pearson banquet as a st upendous indis cretion. Kaiiwac passes were offered at a. nominal sum, which is looked upon as giv ing a premium to visitors from a distance to attend the banquet. The Argus states that it haB been decided to entertain at a banquet the nigger Hender son, and to send him home with the' State Ambassadors, Messrs. Berry and Pearson. A deputation waited on the Minister of Education to-day...
The Kapunda Herald. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1878. INSOLVENCY PROCEEDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 20 December 1878
Cfje ItapunUa I FRIDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1878. | INSOLVENCY PROCEEDINGS, t Various matters have come under our notice lately which point to the necessity of some reform in our in solveucy system, which is so expensive and annoying in its workings that in very many cases creditors prefer not to prove on an estate, or at all events, not to take any part in the proceed ings, because to do so would necessi tate au expenditure of time and money which, though really unnecessary, are by the powers that be held to be re quisite. Various creditors in an estate which has Tecently passed into the Insolvency Court have desired us to protest against the red-tapeism which allows an obdui'ate or irrespon sible insolvent to stand in the way of a moderately satisfactory compromise being effected betwixt the creditors and insolvent's friends. Some of these expressed their strong unwillingness to allow the matter to pass into the Insolvency Court on any consideration, inasmuch as the estates which were th...