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LOCAL TELEGRAMS. [From our City Correspondent.] Adelaide, December 26, 4.30 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 27 December 1878

LOCAL TELEGEAMS. [From our City Correspondent.] Adelaide, Decern he ' 2o, 4.3U p.m. An extensive fire occurred iu Sydney early this inorning by wliieli damage io tiie extent of £2.500 was done to Messrs. Grossman, and Harding's and Levin's fancy warehouse.

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DISRAELI'S FIRST SPEECH. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 27 December 1878

DISRAELI'S FIRST SPEECH. The following is a Verbatim report of the close of Lord Beaconsfield's first speech in the House of Commons, in 1837, in reply to an attack of O'Connell upon Sir F. Burdett for deserting the Liberal cause:—I stand here to-night, sir—(here the noise in the House became so genei-al that the lion, gentleman could not proceed for some time ; -when the confusion had somewhat subsided, he said:) I stand here to-night, sir, not formally, but in some degree virtually, the representative of a considerable number of members of Parlia ment. (Burst of laughter.) Now, why smile? (Continued laughter.) Why envy me? (Here the laughter became general.) "Why should I not have a talk to-night? (Roars of laughter.) Do you forget the band of 158—those ingenious and inexperienced youths to whose unsophisticated minds the Chancellor of the Exchequer, in those tones of winning pathos—(excessive laughter, and loud cries of " Question")—Mow, a consider able misconception exists in th...

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RAID ON CHINESE IN SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 27 December 1878

RAID ON CHINESE EST SYDNEY. A tumultuous scene, by which life and pro perty were endangered, occurred in various parts of the city last night-, the Tictims of the disgraceful outburst being the Chinese. At the anti-Chinese meeting in Hyde Park there was a tremendous gathering of larrikins of all ages, who appeared from the start bent on mischief. This inclination was probably further impelled by the forcible language . given utterance to by one or two of the speakers relative to Mongolian immorality and degradation. Be that as it may, before the demonstration terminated a mob of upwards of 2,000 young ruffians, ranging from four teen to twenty years of age, collected and started off in the direction of Park-street. Several policemen followed, but as nothing serious transpired their services were iiofc called into action. After the larrikins had found that their movements were known to the police, a part of their number stealthily broke away from the main body, and at full speed made...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 27 December 1878

^"TUITION TO THE PUBLIC. PREYEXTIOX OF EIRE. Chief Secretary's Office, Adelaide. 1st Xovoinbci', 1N7S. The alientioii of t he Public is directed to Hu> provisions of tlio "u-'i Fir^s Ac!?, Xo. 1 -■ i)l! ic!64, and 1-5 «i" 1 i ; all rolieo-cousfcibles and Crown Lands Rangers having received strict instructions to take proceedings and re cover penalties for offences under the said Acts. The following are offencesunder the Acts:— 1. Burning stubble between 1st November and 31st January, unless between 4 and 10 in the afternoon, or during hours fixed by District Councils; or -without giving neigh bours one day's notice ; or without ploughing 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 30fch April. Penalty—Five Pounds. 3. Opposing the examination of any gun carried on the land...

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SWIMMING AND ROWING. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 27 December 1878

SWIMMING AND BOWING-. Every one ought to know liow to swim. There is not tlie least art in the simple act of keeping the head above water. Trust- the water, and the water will trust you. Keep yourself as far immersed as possible, do not allow even a finger to be above the surface, and you cannot sink if yon try. Ifo one knows how hard it is to sink until they have endeavoured to do do so. Even in an ordi nary baih the water floats the bnther to the surface, and much more is it the ease in the river or the sea. In fact, most of those who are drowned lose their lives because they drown themselves. They are so terrified with the feeling of having nothing under their feet, that they absolutely try to crawl out of the water upon their hands and knees. Then the water gets into their eyes and blinds them. A good swimmer never closes his eyes while under water, and can see weli enough to catch a sixpence before it reaches the ground. In fact, a first-rate swimmer can stand on one side of a ...

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The Kapunda Herald. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 27, 1878. THE AUSTRALIAN ELEVEN. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 27 December 1878

C|)e Hapunt«a?|tialU. F-RLDAY, DECEMBER 27* 1838. THE AUSTRALIAN ELEVEN". It was a common practice in olden times (even as to some extent it is at present) when one nation or com munity wished to open up friendly re latious with another to which it waa as yet a comparative stranger, to. send an embassy thereto, such embassy being usually constituted of men who. could worthily represent those by whom they were sent, and bearing; with them some of the products or manufactures of which they were as a. people most proud. This self-same expedient has been resorted to by the Australias in various forms in order to excite in the mother country some interest in her antipodean colonies* and thus to cause something more to be known about them amongst our compatriots at home than has hitherto been the case. It is quite; natural that Australians, even the native born should kuow much, of the land which gave birth to their parents* and which even they themselves by force of habit come to speak o...

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BROADBRIM'S PARIS LETTER. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 27 December 1878

BBOADBBIM'S PARIS LETTER. Many a man whose patience miglit have stood the test of coining home and finding all the buttons off of liis shirt just as he was going to dress for a swell dinner at the club, of h iving his washerwoman ia retu -n for a dozen of liis finest cambrics bring home a like number of the vilest Manchester cottons, would feel urged to profanity of the most serious character by the idiocynoci-acies of the French Post-Office. I don't think that it is too strong a qualification to s:iy that for insufferable stupidity and dirt the General Post-Office Department at Jean Jacques Rous seau can scarcely be matched in the world. If a Post-Office were simply a medium for the entertainment or convenience of the country in which it is located, its local arrangements might answer very well, but unfortunately it is patronized by Chinese and Irish, Dutchmen and Yankees, English, Fins, ltussians, and Turks, and while I do not propose to insist that the Post-Office Department shal...

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REUTER'S TELEGRAMS LONDON, December 21. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 27 December 1878

REUTER'S TELEGRAMS LOISDOST, December 21. Consols 91'. Colonial securities—5 per cent. New Zealand loan, £99; 6 per cent. Tasmania!! low, £115; 4 par cent. Queen sland loan, £91; -i per cent. South Austra lian loan, £93; 4 par cent. New Soufcli Wales loan, J69S; -i pn* cent. Victorian loan, £33 ; ope.' cent. Victorian loan, £105 ; 5 per cent. New South Wales, £110 10s. Bank rate of discount, 5 per cent. Market rate of discount, oi per cent. Copra, Sydney, £22. BOMBAY, December 23. The British forces have occupied Jellalabad. All is quiet in the city and the inhabitants are friendly. Tiie new-; of th-2 flight of Sher \li, Amir of Afghanistan, has been fully confirmed. Yakub Khan has been formally proclaimed Amiv of Afghanistan. LONDON, December 23. His Royal Highness the Duke of Edinburgh has been appointed to the position of Rear Admiral. CONSTANTINOPLE, December 23. The Sultan has issued an Imperial [ra.le authorizing the conclusion of a convention with Austria. Turkish Commissione...

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CRICKET. AUSTRALIAN ELEVEN V. SOUTH AUSTRALIAN EIGHTEEN. Adelaide, Dec. 26. [From our own Correspondent.] [By telegraph.] [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 27 December 1878

CRICKET. ♦ AUSTRALIAN ELEVEN V. SOUTH AUSTRALIAN EIGHTEEN. Adelaide, Dec. 26. [From our own Correspondent.] [By telegraph.] Ihe eleven of Australia,or "OurBoys, as they are called by some, commenced their match against .Eighteen of South Australia to-day, on the Adelaide Oval. Xheie was a large and brilliant assemblage present, and great interest was manifested in the game. The South Australians went in first, and up to our going to press, the score was as iui Iowb ;— South Australian Eighteen. Captain, Mr. E. Gr. Phillips ; Umpire, Mr. S. Toms. T. O. Richards ... ... ... ... O S.-'llars 1 J. Noel ... ... ... ... ... 1 E.O.Phillips ... ... ... 8 W. Slight ... ... ... ... ... 2 J. Hide ... ... ... ... ... 28 F. King ... ... ... ... ... 1 W. O. Whitridge... ... ... ... 3 A. H. Jarvis ... ... ... ... 19 A. Pettinger ... ... ... ... 1 J. E. Gooden 0 — Eotrten ... ... ... ... ... 4 W. Bullough 2 J. Traynor 8 G. Griifen 25 T. T. Lucas 0 H. Tliurgaland (not out) ... ... 0 J. Bevan 5 Sundri...

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OUR CITY LETTER. [From our own Correspondent.] Adelaide, December 25, 1878. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 27 December 1878

OUR CITY LETTER. [From our own Correspondent.] Adelaide, December 25, 1878. In my last letter I wished you the compli ments of the season, as the expression of the wish would reach you at the proper time. The City and the colony, and I suppose the whole of Christendom, is ringing with good wishes at this time, when all observe the anniversary of that glorious proclamation of " Peace on earth, good will to msn." It is sad to learn by the telegraph, that this Christ mas is likely to be anything but a merry one for thousands in England, and especially in Scotland, where great distress is said to pre vail, almost as bad as at the time of the cotton famine. Much of this distress has been brought about by the failure of the City of Glasgow Bant, followed by that of other banks and commercial houses. How little do men think when, in their haste to get rich, they depart from the course of straightforward integrity, of the terrible/iistiecs and ruin they may bring upon thousands of innocent ...

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DISTRICT COUNCILS. WATERLOO. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 21. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 27 December 1878

DISTRICT COUNCILS. WATERLOO. Saturday, December 21. Present—All but |Cr. Schumann. "Worts 1 completed—Steelton, contract 49, T. Ian son ; Waterloo, ruts near P. Sehumacker's. Cor respondence.—From Destitute Board,1 noti fying acceptance of tender for rations ; from E. A. Wright, forwarding title to road north of .Waterloo ; account for purchase money passed for payment; from Messrs. Richard son, forwarding agreements Jfor exchange of road at Whyt-e Park. Work to be done— Light, metalling seven chains on road to Hor sham. Tenders accepted—Light—No. 50, T. Ianson, £15 ; Steelton—No. 51, A. Berndfc, £? 18a. 9d.; TotbilTs Belt—No. 52, M. Howard, £7 18s. ; Tothill's Belt—No. 53, J. McGrath, £5 ; Waterloo—No. 54, A. Berndt, £8 Is. 3d. Clerk to write to Destitute Board respecting children of the late Margaret Pigott, and to Saddleworth District Council respecting state of road at Coleman'B Gap. Receipts, 4s. ; payments, £83 14e. 2d.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 27 December 1878

NEW Supply of " CLATERS EVERY MAN HIS OWN FARRIER,"' by D. McTaggart, Member of the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons, London ; together with RAREY'S TREATMENT and MANAGE MENT of the HORSE. Earners, and all who have to do with horses should hare this Book. Price, 2s- 3d.; per Post. 2s. 9d. SCANDRETT & ELLIOTT, . . BEWARE OF VfLE AMERICAN COUNTERFEITS OF HOLLO WAT'S PILLS aJSD OINT MENT. I most respectfully take leave to call the attention of the inhabitants of Australasia to the fact that Messrs. HENRY, CURRAN, & CO., Wholesale Druggists, of NEW YORK, have Agencies in various parts, and that their travellers are going all over the country vending SPURIOUS IMITATIONS of my Pills and Ointment, which they make in New Yobk, and which bear in some in stances their trade mark thus— whilst on other labels of this trash it isjffilW jfi'Sk omitted, the better to de-fefgw—Jlfg aaceive you, but the words "NewT8pffsfl|2 ®York" are re tained. Much. Wpl B|a^ of this fictitious ...

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THE CHINESE QUESTION. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 27 December 1878

THE CHINESE QUESTION. A correspondent sends the following:— " In connection with tliis question I would briefly note a few facts gleaned from a trust worthy authority regarding the heathen Chinese in their own celestial country. ' 'Tis given out,' as Shakespere says, that there are something like in round numbers -100 millions of people in the Flowery Land. I should, by the way, mention that the authority I quote is Dr. John Henry Gray, Archdeacon of Hong Kong, a very long resi dent of the Celestial Empire, who appears to have watched the manners and Customs of the people of China closely. . Of the moral character of the people who have multiplied as the sand on the seashore it is very difficult to speak justly. The nipral character of the Chinese is a book in a strange letters, which are more complex and difficult for one of another race, religion, and language to decipher than their own singularly com pounded word-symbols. In the same indi viduals virtues and vices, apparently inc...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 27 December 1878

TO-MORROW (SATURDAY), December28. AT TTRR RESIDENCE NEAR CRASE'S YARDS, KAPUNDA. COLES & CrOOD CHILD are favoured with ins tractions from Mrs. Campbell, who is leaving the district, to cell by auction, as above, at 2 o'clock— The whole of her HOUSEHOLD fDBNI ture and EFFECTS, comprising— 3 Ceclar Sofas, 3 TableB, 8 Chairs, Wash stands, Double Iron Bedstead and large quantity of Bedding, Kitchen Utensils, quantity of Firewood, &c., and Sundnes. "Without Eeserve. SURRA MONTHLY MARKET. RICHARDSON'S YARDS, KOOR1NGA. MOXDAY, JMUART «. COLES & GOOD CHILD will sell by auction, as above, com mencing at 1 o'clock sharp— 4100 SHEEP. 4100 For J. H. Angas, Esq.— 1,000 Prime Fat Wethers For Mr. W. Craigie— 1,500 Prime Fat Wethers For F. C. Austin, Esq.— 1,200 full-mouthed Breeding Ewes, in splendid condition 400 Maiden Ewes. 113 CATTLE. 113 lor Hon. G. C. Hawker— 50 Head Extra Prime Fat Cattle, from his Bungaree Paddocks. For Mr. Bailey— 20 Head Fat Cattle, light weights,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 27 December 1878

Business Directory. EAPUWDA. BEE WSTEE, E., "Wine, Spirit, and General Merchant, Brewster's Build ings, Main-street. Agent for Salter's and sther Wines. BENHAM, 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. X>ETJCE, JOHN A., Auctioneer, jLI Land, Loan, and General Commission Agent. Money to Lend in large or small sums. ~jT|UMBBECK, THOMAS, Tanner 1 9 and Currier, near Morning Star. Leather of every description on hand and to order. Bark, Hides, and Skins, &c., bought. XAUMBEECK, WILLIAM, Tanner ±J and Currier, Burra-road, (late Filth'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 POWDERS, for Ghildren Teething. Sold in Packets at One Shilling ; or by post for Seven Stamps. Address, R. Fawcett, Chemist, Kapunda. GMEINER,...

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COMMERCIAL. ADELAIDE CORN MARKET. [From our own Correspondent.] December 26, 1878. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 27 December 1878

COMMERCIAL. ADELAIDE CORN MARKET. [From our own Correspondent-] December 2i>, 1S78. Business continues slack in consequence of the holidays. A sale of new wheat was made at Port Adelaide on Monday at 4j^k afloat. Flour is quoted at £10 5/ to £10 10/ for country, and £11 5/ to £11 10/ for town. Bran is 1/44 "Kapunda Herald" Office, December 26, 1878. Wheat—i/3. Hat—£2 to £2 5/ per tor. Wholesale. Retail. Flour ... Bran ... l'ollard Hams ... Bacon ... Cheese ... Butter ... £11 5/perton 26/perbag 1/4 per bush. 1/5 per bush 1/5 " 1/0 " 18 per lb. /10 per lb. 17 " /9 « /G " /8 / 10 " 1/ " /10 per doz. 1/ per doz. Eggs

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MAIL NOTICES. Post-Office, Kapunda. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 27 December 1878

MAIL NOTICES. Post-Office, Kapunda. Mails close at tliis Office as under— For Adelaide and intermediate places, 6.45 a.m., 9.45 a.m., 4.5 p.m., and G.30 p.m. For Euduiida 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 oflice as under :— From Adelaide and intermediate places, at 10.5 a.m., 1.3t> 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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MONTHLY CALENDAR—JATTUAEY. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 3 January 1879

MONTHLY CALENDAR— JATTUAEY. Day of Month and Week. Stts Moon. Rises. Sets. Rises. Sets. A.M. P.M. P.M. P.M. Wednesday 1 4 53 7 15 0 45 11 50 Thursday 2 4 54 7 15 1 42 A.M. Friday 3 4 55 7 15 2 41 0 19 Saturday 4 4 56 7 15 3 40 0 52 Sunday 5 4 57 7 15 4 39 1 30 Monday 6 4 57 7 15 5 37 2 16 Tuesday 7 4 58 7 15 6 30 3 10 Wednesday 8 4 59 7 15 7 18 4 11 Thursday 9 5 0 7 15 8 0 5 16 Friday 10 5 1 7 15 8 36 6 24 Saturday 11 5 2 7 15 9 8 7 33 Sunday 12 5 3 7 14 9 38 8 40 Monday 13 5 4 7 14 10 8 9 48 Tuesday 14 5 5 7 14 10 38 10 55 Wednesday 15 5 6 7 14 11 11 P.M. Thursday 16 5 7 7 14 11 48 1 15 Friday 17 5 8 7 14 A.M. 2 24 Saturday 18 5 9 7 13 0 31 3 33 Sunday 19 5 10 7 13 1 22 4 38 Monday 20 5 11 7 13 2 21 5 36 Tuesday 21 5 12 7 12 3 25 6 25 Wednesday 22 5 13 7 12 4 32 7 5 Thursday 23 5 14 7 U 5 37 7 40 Friday 24 5 15 7 11 6 41 8 9 Saturday 25 5 16 7 10 7 42 8 36 Sunday 26 5 17 7 10 8 40 9 1 Monday 27 5 18 7 9 9 37 9 25 Tuesday 28 5 19 7 9 10 33 9 51 Wednesday 29 5 19 7 8 11 30 10 18 Thur...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 3 January 1879

WALKER'S HOUSEHOLD REMEDY. This valuable and carefully-prepared TONIC MEDICINE Ie -without exception the most useful Remedy FOB, GENERAL FAMILY USE that has ever been compounded; It is absolutely MARVELLOUS In the certainty and quickness of its effects in removing and overcoming the many sicknesses that every Household is liable to. DURING- HOT WEATHER, "When the Liver and Stomach are so apt to be out of order, WALKER'S HOUSEHOLD REMEDY (the greatest discovery of Modern Science) •will be found invaluable. Sold by all Chemists; price, 3a. per bottle. H. JACKSON, Sole Agent for Kapunda. 89-193 DUBYEAS' CELEBRATED " MAIZENA," manufactured at Glen Cove, is one of the mcst delightful prepara tions for food in the world. Recommended by the highest medical authorities in both hemispheres, and receiving the first medals and diplomas at all the great International Exhibitions. DUEYEAS' SATIN GLOSS STARCH is the Best in the World. Use it once and you -will use no other. It has received the hi...

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CBICKET. AUSTRALIAN ELEVEN V. SOUTH AUSTRALIAN EIGHTEEN. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 3 January 1879

CBICKET. AUSTRALIAN ELEVEN V. SOUTH AUSTRALIAN EIGHTEEN. ' In our last we gave the result of the first day's play between the Australian Eleven and ourSouth Australian Eighteen. The latter it will be remembered made 115, And the jRleven 79. On Friday the Eleven resumed their first innings, and the two not out men brought up the score to 88 before retiring— 27 in. arrears of the local score. The local team were jubilant at this, and went in for their second innings cheerfully, but no less than nine of the number, including Mr. Grooden, retired with duck's eggs attached to their names on the Bcoring board, and two only, Noel (18), and Phillips (15, not out), got into double figures, the total score in the second innings amounting only to 59, a grand total of 174, leaving the visitors 87 to win. This changed the aspect of affaire, for the visitors were expected to mate more than this before the stumps were drawn ; but as the play proceeded it turned out that the visitors were to be as ...

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