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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 18 September 1868
TO-MORROW (SATURDAY), SEPT. 19. AT CEASE'S ROOM, KAPUNDA. JOSEPH JACKMANN has received instructions 6om Mr. Crosse, Port to sell by auction as above, at 2 o'clock 12 CAST CUSHIONS, in American clotlx 12 Mattresses 7 Pairs Palliasses Also, at the same time and place 1 Loo Table, made by Debney 6 Cedar Chairs, 1 Rocking ditto 2 Meat Safes, 2 Deal Tables 1 French. Bedstead Without reserve. Terms-Cast On TUESDAY, September 22, at 11 o'clock. AT THE SALEROOM. EE G. H. E. GEE. ON ACCOUNT OF WHOM IT MAY CONCERN. MUSICAL OT^JMENTS, MUSIC, &c. '? j To Music Warehousemen, Teachers of Music, Bandmasters, Lovers . of Music, Amateurs, Dealers, and Others. v-' LARGE SALE OF MUSICAL IN STRUMENTS. CHARLES TWEMAWN will sell by auction, as above, at liis Saleroom, on Tuesday, September 22, at 11 o'clock, without reserve A Large and Well-assorted Stock of MUSI CAL INSTRUMENTS, specially imported for this Colony, and only just landed, con sisting of- - Trumpets, French Horns, Tenor Sax Slide Tr...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 18 September 1868
TO ADVERTISE BS in the KAPUBDA HERALD.-The following is the SCALE of DISCOUNTS on Advertisements in tike KAPUHDA HERALD, -when prepaid iiwerfcionif ) 1^d"111 ^ Shilling, or 12A per cent. inLrHmQ 8 | 3d. in the Shilling, or 25 per cent. ISfiL!! ] 3*d* Shming>or 29e Per ce^ Insertion 1 4a. in the Shilling, or 33£ per cent, during qrfcr.) The Scale of Charges is as follows Two lines ... One Shilling. Three lines ... One Shilling and Sixpence. Four lines ... Two Shillings. live lines ... Two Shillings and Sixpence. gix flTifta Two Shillings and Sixpence. Each, line more"' Four-pence. Figure, or Table-work Advertisements, charged at Sixpence per line throughout. All orders should be legibly written on the race or back of advertisements; and, where no order iB eiven, advertisements will be continued nntil countermanded, or out of date. Orders for the discontinuance of advertisements cannot be at tended to after Wednesday evenings. All such, orders must be in writing, otherwise the prop...
KAPUNDA MARKET PRICES. "Kapunda Herald" Office, Friday, September 18, 1868. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 18 September 1868
EAPUNDA MARKET PRICES. " Kapunda Herald " Office, Friday, September 18, 1868. Wheat, new 5/ to 5/4 per bushel Flour, per ton, 15 to £16 Ditto, per bag, 34/ Ditto, per ft, 2Jd Bran, per bushel, 1/5 Pollard, ditto, 1/8 Seconds, 2/6 Potatoes, new, 2d per lb., old 7/ per cwt. Bread, per 21b loaf, 4d. Beef, per lb, 3d to 4d Pork, ditto, 4d to 6d Steaks and Chops, ditto, 4d Mutton, ditto, 2d and 3d Hay, per ton, best, 35/ to 40/ Hams, (Eng.) ditto, 1/6; colonial bacon, 7d Butter, (Fresh) per lb, /6 to (7 Eggs, per dozen, /6 Apples, 5d per pound
ADELAIDE CORN MARKET. Adelaide, September 17, 1868. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 18 September 1868
ADELAIDE COB.IS" MARKET. Adelaide, September 17,1868. Tlie Wheat and Flour market continues ex ceedingly dull, and prices are very weak. Tran sactions are confined to small trade parcels in tlie absence of any speculative feeling. Bran lxas been, -in good demand at fall rates; and Cape Barley is likewise scarce. Other articles are with out alteration. We quote to-day:-Wheat, 6/ to 6/3 per bushel. Flour, £15 10/ to £17 per ton. Bran, 1/6 per bushel; Pollard, 1/8 to 1/9; Cape Barley, 3/6 to 4/; English ditto, 4/ to 5/; Cape Oats, 3/ to 3/6; English ditto, 4/ to 5/. A. IP. CHRISTEN & CO.
THE WELSH EISTEDDFOD. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 18 September 1868
THE WELSH EISTEDDFOD. The following is a list of the prizes and of the successful competitors at the Welsh Eisteddfod, held at Crase's Room, Ejapunda, on the 7th instant: POEMS. 1. "Weeping of a Cambrian Son after his Country;" prize, 10/ (fire competitors), E. Jones. ' 2. " Welcome to the Australian, as the only Welsh newspaper in the Colonies;" prize, 10/; J. Thomas. SruGrsra. 1. Trio-" Canig y G-ormeswr; prize, 9/ (two parties competing), T. Williams and party. 2. Solo-" British Oakprize, 5/ (three com petitors), T. Williams. 3. Duet-" Yr afonig ar ei Thaithprize, 8/ (two parties), E. Williams and Gk Jones. 4. Catch-" It was you, Sirprize, 7/6 (two parties), W. Hughes and party. 5. Solo-"Song of Miriam;" prize, 5/ (two competitors), divided between E. Williams and S. Hughes. 6. Trio-" Bushman's Songprize, 8/ (two parties), W. Hughes and party. 7. Duet-" When our Mother was Alive prize, 6/ (one party), E. Williams and Gr. Jones. 8. Duet-" Hen wr or Cwmprize, 8/ (two parties), W. H...
LOCAL COURT—KAPUNDA. MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 14. [Before J, Varley, Esq., S.M.] WILLETT V. BRENNAN. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 18 September 1868
LOCAL COURT-KA.PUNDA. MONDAY, September 14. [Before J, Varley, Esq., S.M.] WliliETT T. BSElfSAIf. Neither party appearing, the case was struck out. MAGISTEEIAX, Patrick CPDea was charged, on the informa tion of Police-trooper Campbell, witli drunken ness and riotous behaviour on September 5. Prisoner pleaded guilty, and was fined 20/.
HAMILTON. Tuesday, September 16. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 18 September 1868
HAMILTON. JT?rojn our own Correspondent-! Tuesday, September 16. J The only event of importance since my last letter was the election for Councillors and Auditors held here last Saturday. At 9 o'clock the proceedings were opened by Mr. S. Small, the Deputy Uetuniing-Officer, and the voting was pretty brisk till about 11 o'clock, when a comparative calm came over the spirit of the scene. After dinner it got a little brisker, and by 5 o'clock (when the Chairman, H. T. Morris, Esq., opened the ballot-box) there was an earnest assemblage anxious to know the result. There were eight nominations for Councillors and three for Auditiors. The role?' were as follows : G-. Mugg, 37; W. Pfitzaor, 32 ; W. Quick, 31; E. White, 27; J. Windebank, 21; J. Eyan, 22; H. G-. Kelly, J.P, 10; A. Stief, 6. Auditors P. Miller, 52; J. W. Daw, 34; J. Eock, 32. The poll was then declared by H. T. MorriB, Es^., who, in a short and sensible speech, assured the electors that while he was President there should be...
SKILLOGOLEE CREEK. September 15, 1868. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 18 September 1868
SKILLUGOLE B CREEK. rProm our own Correspondent.] September 15,1868. I An accident occurred here yesterday, the 14th inst.,to John Solly, carter, of this neighbourhood, while standing at one end of a roller on which was laid the fallen trunk of a large tree, with a team of bullocks attached, for the purpose of dragging it to the saw-pit, the further end of the roller flew up by some means or another, and hit the unfortunate man in the mouth; he was taken to Iieasingliam, and Dr. Walls, of Auburn, sent for; his jaw was found to be injured, not broken, besides the loss of one of his teeth. The last day or two has so far as warm weather goes, been quite like summer.
HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 18 September 1868
HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY. On Tuesday, Messrs. Cheriton and Dunn took their seats as the new members for the Mount Barker District. In answer to Mr. Boucaut, the Attorney-Gene ra! stated that the Government intended to introduce a Bill with a view of allowing arts distributions to continue, but that latteries were illegal, and that proceedings would be taken against any persons establishing lotteries in this province. In answer to Mir. Neales, the Commissioner of Crown Lands stated that the G-overnment had no intention of proposing an amendment of the Mineral Leases Act of 1867 with a view of! assimilating it to the Mineral Rent Revision Bill of the same year. The order for the call of the House having been read, all the members answered to their names except Messrs. Mortlock, B-iddoch, and Strangways-the two former of whom were ex cused, and the latter gentleman shortly after arrived. The dejbate on the abolition of Court of Appeals Bill was then resumed by the Commissioner of Crown Lands ...
PARLIAMENTARY. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 18 September 1868
PARLIAMENTARY. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. On Tuesday, in answer to Mr. Barrow, the Chief Secretary stated that the Government had abandoned their intention of ordering a cupola and revolving turret for the coast defences at Port Adelaide. Mr. Bagofc's motion that there be laid on the table all the opinions of the law officers of the Crown on the Northern Territory, was discussed and negatived by a majority of five. The Chief Secretary in opposing the motion, stating that it would not be fair, as there was some prospect of litigation in the matter, to call upon the Go vernment to disclose their case. * The adjourned debate on the Northern Terri tory Act Amendment Bill, was resumed by Mr. English, who, whilst personally thinking repay ment would be found the most economical and satisfactory course stall in face of the voice of the. country would not oppose the second reading of the Bill, though he should certainly support Mr. Barrow's proposed amendment that unless order holders took advant...
KADINA. September 16, 1868. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 18 September 1868
K A.DIN A. [From our own Correspondent.^ September 16,1868- I A very sudden death occurred here on Wed nesday last. It appears that Mr. Thomas ITankervis came home from work on Tuesday evening, the 8th inst., as usual, and shortly after retiring to rest for the night he broke a blood vessel, the doctor was sent for, and he speedily arrived, but only just in time to see Mr. jfankerris breathe his last. He has left a wife and eight children. The anniversary services in connection -with the Primitive Methodist Sabbath School were held on Sunday last. Mr. Lloyd (Welsh minister) preached in the morning, and Eevs. Jarrett and Wellington in the afternoon and evening respec tively. On Monday afternoon a tea was provided, and in the evening the public meeting was held, which was attended by a large number of people.
ODDFELLOWS' AHFD FORESTERS' ANNIVERSARY. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 18 September 1868
ODDFELLOWS' AHfD FORESTERS' ANNI VERSARY. TO THE EDITOR. Sir-Having seen no report of the amalgamated anniversary of the Oddfellows' Lodge and Fo resters' Court, held a few days since at the Marrabel Hotel, one is naturally led to suppose that no one was interested enough to report the proceedings to you, but having attended it, and listened to the remarks on the various toasts, I .was struck, particularly with those made in response to the town and trade of MarrabeL The speaker said when he came to this place, Maixabel was notjmown, and when the name was some time after mentioned, the question was asked, where is it P It was not so now, however. "When he came here there were only some two or three houses, just one blacksmith's shop, one small store, and of course, very few inhabitants. But what is it now ? A public-house, two smith's shops, a wheelwright's, a mill, and almost a superabun dance of stores. I am Sir, &c., DUE NOBTH. [Wehave omitted tlie concluding portion of o...
MARRABEL. September 15, 1868. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 18 September 1868
MAR.RABEL. ("From a correspondent.] September 15,1868. On Sunday, the 3rd instant, sermons were preached in the Bible Christian Chapel, Marrabel, by the Rev. Mr. Lang, of Auburn, to attentive congregations, on behalf of the Bible Christian Missions. On the Tuesday following, the first public meeting on behalf of these missions at Marrabel was held, the chair being taken by the Bev. Mr. McNeil, the resident minister, who read the report of the Society; after which a lecture on the " Travels of the Apostle Paul" was de livered in a masterly style to an attentive and highly gratified audience, by the Bev. Mr. Han cock, pastor of the circuit. A vote of thanks to the lecturer, proposed by t°he Rev. E. Stephens, teacher of the Marrabel School, and carried un animously, brought the proceedings to a close. The weather is dry and warm, and the crops aire growing rapidly, bidding fair for a good har vest.
SOCIAL PATIENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 18 September 1868
SOCIAL PATIENCE. Everybody knows the man who has survived what are called the illusions of his youth-the man of some five-and forty years, who thinks that all projects of social improvement are the dreams of boys or philosophers, who is certain that the only way for all to advance is for each to take as much care as he can to get all the good things that he can, and who looks back upon his younger days of social hope and enthusiasm as the days of a fool who grew wiser as he grew older. Take him altogether, he is about the most pitiable person alive. Why is it that one so often reads of nations, and has the opportunity of beholding individual men, in this plight ? The answer is that, in one case as in another, the height of the original exaltation prevented them from taking into account the extreme slowness with which the zoost energetic society can modify anything that pertains to its fundamental institutions. And this defect in* turn arises from a shallow and utterly superficial no...
AUBURN. September 17, 1868. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 18 September 1868
AUBURN. jTrom onr own Correspondent] September 17,1868. ] There has been very little to report here lately; but besides the cheering prospects of the crops, ?we are now looking forward to the enjoyment of several pleasant gatherings ; and from the excel lent attendance at the lecture recently given by Mr. J". S. Cole, of Watervale, we may assure those who will exert themselves in getting up en tertainments, that if the programme be not wanting in that which is now so generally termed amusing, and contains that which is really in structive, there is little fear of the meetings being successful, Next week the Northern Agricultural Society's Show will be held here; and the Rev. J. Henderson, of Port Adelaide, will deliver a lecture on the evening of the same day; this being the first time we have been favoured with a lecture from a gentleman whose lectures have been so well received elsewhere, I have no doubt but that there will be a large attendance. A great many of the men Tecently a...
HEART-STRINGS AND FIDDLESTRINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 25 September 1868
HEART-STRINGS AND FIDDLE STRINGS. Do mothers ever think of the mischief done at flower-shows by Godfrey's band ? A waltz or a dainty selection may send to the winds the experiences of a brace of seasons. There are men who calculate their chances with women by the keen susceptibility of some of the latter to the softening influences of well-played music, and who can bring to their aid in real courtship the unreal courtship on the boards of the opera house, or the sujjestive harmonies of the promenade. Those Ital ians apparently singing their souls out to each other, with such beautiful languor or passionate eneigy, often make or mar the prospects of careful mothers or daughters. Theflower-showb mds are not, of course, so effective, the players do not embrace each other, andif they did the effect would not be very romantic j but still they may dispose ? towards that sense of luxurious emotion j which is not unfavourable for sighinglavers. I Thus a kettle-drum may boast of having sent ...
INTRODUCTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 25 September 1868
INTRODUCTIONS. Good introductions, without doubt, are always a matter of the highest importance. By their aid the average foreign traveller sees more of the best English society than the average Englishman. Nevertheless, we are afraid that our American friends are sometimes too voluble and imaginative in this respect. Not every American traveller who comes to England is neces sarily thrown into contact with dukes and ambassadors. On one occasion we rather suspected a graphic account which an American lady gaves us, how that par ticular morning the Prime Minister left his card and the Archbishop of Canterbury had made a long morning call. On making enquiry, we were assured that a gentle system of romancing was not uncommon in some travelling circles, and that as travel would be considered incomplete without the most splendid introductions, prelates and Cabinet Ministers were evolved from the depths of the indefatigable inner consciousness. But we return to the less ambitious introduc...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 25 September 1868
A Frenchman-, soliciting relief of a lady, said gravely to bis fair hearer, "Madam, I nevaire beg, but dat I have von vife vid several small family dat is growing very large and nossing to make dere bread out of, but de prespiration of my own eyebrow." 1776. Farmer at tlie plow, Wife milking cow, Daughter spinning yarn, Son threshing in the barn, All happy to a charm. 1868. Farmer gone to see a show, Daughter at the piano, Madame gaily dressed in satin, All the boys learning Latin, With a mortgage on the farm. -Neiv York Tribune. It is asserted that Alexander Dumas, sen., is in the habit of asking his correspondents to return the letters he has written to them; many persons comply with his request, and the communications returned to him he sells to dealers in autographs, and it is reported that he realizes therefrom about 2,000 francs per annum. Solloway s Ointment and Pills. Bad legs.-Any unnatural discharge from the skin is at all times disagreeable, but in hot weather it becomes ...