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BROADBRIM'S PARTS LETTER. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 3 January 1879

BROADBRIM'S PARTS LETTER. Side by side, on one of thelgrandesfc avenues of the Exposition, are the exhibits of China and Japan. To ilie outside barbarian un acquainted witli the peenliarities of either, these two peoples seem veiy much alike, and yet there is far less difference between a Scotchman and a Turk, or between a French man and a Fin than there is between an in habitant of Yeddo and PeMn. The youth ful American of forty years ago who sought to enlarge the field of his knowledge by the sublime study of geography, after learning, to his astonishment, that the world was round, discovered near the tide page a man mfieent illustration of a Chinaman selling rats and puppies for pies. Our intercourse withChina has increased since then, the Chinaman's pigtail is no longer a stranger to our hearthstones, but the popular tradition still survives, and a pate de jfoie gras, or a ragout a la Grimalkin are not supposed to be an TTTida.mty dish to set before the King- The Chinaman is the...

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AUSTRALLAN ELEVEN.. First Innings. Captain, Mr. D. W. Gregory; Umpire, Mr. G. D. Kennedy. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 3 January 1879

Australian Eleven. first Innings. Captain, Mr. D. W. Gregory; Umpire, Mr. Cr. D. Kennedy. (J. Bannerman, c. Bofcten, b. Giffen ... 0 W. L. Murdoch, c- Giifen, b. Bevan ... 32 T. Horan/c. Gooden, b. Bevan 14 A. Bannerman, b. King ... ... ... 6 T. W. Garrett, e. Phillips, b. Bevan ... 0 F. B>. Spofforth, b. King... 2 D. W. Gregory, run out ... ... ... 4 IT. P. 'Boyle, c. Jarvis, b. Bevan... ... 0 F. E. Allan, e. and b. Hide ... ... 11 T. J. D. Kelly, stp. Jarvis, b. Bevan ... 0 J. M. Blackham, not out... ... ... 17 Sundries 2 Total 88 Bowling Analysis. Bails. Buns. Mdns. Wits. Bevan ... ... 144 42 18 5 Giffen ... ... 72 34 6 1 King ... ... 68 10 10 2 Hide 3 0 0 1 Second Innings. C. Bannerman, e. King, b. Hide ... 2 W. Ij. Murdoch, c. King, b. Bevan ... 4 T. Moran, c. Giffen, b. Bevan ... ... 3 4. Bannerman, c. King, b. Hide ... 0 F. E. Allan, run out ... ... ... 13 J. M. Blacfcham, c. Gooden, b. Bevan ... 6 T. W. Garrett, c. Giffen, b. Hide ... 14 F. B.. Spofforth, stp. Jarvis, b. ...

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Second Innings. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 3 January 1879

Second Innings. H. Thurgaland, c. A. Bannerman, b. Spofforth ... ... ... ... 7 J. L. Sellars, ©..Murdoch, b. Spofforth... 0 3. Noel, c. A. Bannerman, b.'Spoffortli ... 18 A. Pettinger, c. A. Bannerman, b. Spof forth ... ... ... ... ... 6 J. E. Gooden, run out ... ... ... 0 Gk Giffen, c. Kelly, b. Spofforth 0 W. Slight, c. Kelly, b. Garrett ... ... 3 A. H. Jarvie, e. Murdoch, b. Garrett ... 1 W. O. Whitridge, b. Spofforfch ... ... 4 J. Hide, c. and b. Garrett ... ... 0 E. <3-. Phillips, not out ... ... ... 15 F. King, b. Spofforth. ... ... ... 0 R. Botten, stp.Blackham,b.Spofforth ... 0 T. O. Richards, c. Kelly, b. Spofforth ... 0 J. Traynor, b. Spofforth ... ... ... 0 W. Btdlough, b. Garrett'... ... ... 2 T. T. Lucas, c. Blaekham,b. Spofforth ... 0 J. Bevan, c. and b. Spofforth ... ... 1 Sundries 2 Total 59 Grand Total, 174. Bowling Analysis. Balls. Buns. Mdns. Wkts. Spofforth ... 116 29 15 12 Boyle 12 12 10 Allan 8 O 2 0 Garrett... ... 92 16 12 4

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

QAUTION TO THE PUBLIC. PREVENTION OF EIRE. Chief Secretary's Office, Adelaide. 1st November, 1878. The attention of the Public is directed to the provisions of the Bush Fires Acts, Wo. 18 of 1864, and 15 of 1874; all Police-constables and Crown Lands Rangers Laving received strict instructions to take proceedings and re cover penalties for offences under the said Acts. The following are offences under 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 30th ApriL Penalty—Five Pounds. 3. Opposing the examination of any gun carried on the land of another person ; o...

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CORRESPONDENCE. THE EXPERIMENTAL FARM AT MAXNAHILL. TO THE EDITOB. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 3 January 1879

CORRESPONDENCE. It mast be understood that we do not necessarily endorse the opinions of Correspondents under this heading. THE EXPERIMENTAL FARM AT MAXNAHILL. TO THE EDITOB. Sir—l see by tae remarks or ar. ±\ Ularjr under the above heading that he does not ap prove of cross-ploughing fallow land before the first sowing, nor deep ploughing for the fust two or three years. I folly believe his opinion to be the correct one, where we tare only a limited rainfall and the subsoil is loose, in ploughing deep (that is, over four inches), too much of the soar subsoil is brought to the surface, and though it may have lain exposed to the sun for mouths it is very rare to see a good crop upon it.. This accounts in a great measure for the success of many of our most slovenly farmers. They get a large area under wheat, ploughed shallow, and at a very little expanse take three or four crops off it, fill the land with oats, then sell out, take another new farm, and repeat the same process. Having ...

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NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 3 January 1879

NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. Kapunda Teadesman.—You neglected to send your name, and your letter therefore could not, even if suitable, appear. We had overlooked the promotion of Mr. John Bennett in the Railway Accountant's Office, and therefore did not mention the step, on which, however, we congratulate him.

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OUR CITY LETTER. [From our own Correspondent.] Adelaide, December 28, 1878. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 3 January 1879

OUR CITY LETTER. [From our own Correspondent.] Adelaide, December 28, 1878. The bulk of the population have been thoroughly enjoying the holidays during the past four or five days, and seldom if ever has the weather at this season of the year been more propitious and delightful for those who rejuire a litle relaxation from the toiling and moiling of woi'k-a-4ay life. South Austra lians go in for the holidays with a will, and every year they seem to be more heartily kept. Perhaps this year the arrival of the Gentle men of England Cricketers just before Christ mas, followed by the victorious Australian Eleven and the world-renowned lecturer, the Rev. Charles Ciark, added to the many local attractions, have helped to make the present season more than usually gay. We have great reason to be thankful that for the past six. weeks a good average harvest has been gathered in, and that the weather has been so favourable for harvest operations. It is at the same time matter for regret that so...

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OUR ANNUAL RETROSPECT [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 3 January 1879

OTJR ANNUAL RETROSPECT "Will be published in the issue of Tuesday, January 7. Subscribers and others requiring Extra Copies should send in notice to the Office at once.—Extra Copies, 2d. each.

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TBTTRO. [From our own Correspondent.] December 27, 1878. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 3 January 1879

TBTTRO. £From our own Correspondent.] I>ecember 27,1878. ( (Jur Cbristmas holidays have passed off quietly and agreeably. One pleasing feature in connection therewith, -was the Service of Song with which we were favored on the even ing of Christmas Say, in the Institute Hall, which -was very tastefully decorated ~ for the occasion. The spacioul platform was well filled with the Sabbath School children, their teachers, and other friends who entered heartily into the movement. Mr. Thomas and Mesdames Hanson and Henderson, of Truro, Wn for some tiine'been engaged in training the young folks, and considering that this was their first attempt at a Service of Song, their success whb more than could reasonably have been expected. The subject of the ser vice was " The Great Teacher," portions" of which are somewhat difficult to render, es pecially for young beginners. The Bev. W. H. Uewbould read the connecting passages of Scripture, and also made some appropriate re marks during the eve...

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The Kapunda Herald. FRIDAY, JANUARY 3, 1879. PUBLIC EDUCATION. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 3 January 1879

Wt)t Hapuntia i^eraltt. FRIDAY, JANUARY 3, L879. PUBLIC EDUCATION. It has been said that the new Edu cation system is now on its trial, and this we think is a very happy expres sion. Those of us who have long since emerged from our properly called school-boy days have not yet lost remembrance of the truth con veyed in the old motto that experience teaches. And to apply this truth to tlie subject now under consideration it must be admitted that however per fectly devised any new scheme may be as far as theory is concerned, when brought into actual working, some little points needing amendment are sure to be discovered. It is always wise, too, tb seek to take advantage of any in formation which may be obtained from any other places where somewhat similar systems and institutions have been inaugurated- It is noticeable in connection with our new ^educational 'system'that there are "tWo points 011 which the electors in the various country districts appear toT>e hi toler able accord, ...

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FORESTERS' AND DRUIDS' PICNIC. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 3 January 1879

FORESTERS' AND DRUIDS' PICNIC. This picnic toot place on Monday, the day appointed for celebrating the anniversary of the colony, being held in the Mine Paddock, was largely attended. About mid day, the brethren of the two Orders assembled at Crase's Hotel, and beaded by the Kapunda Brass Band, marched in procession to the paddock, where sports peculiar to such occa sions were provided, and indulged in by the visitors, including racing, tilting, jumping, &e. Blind-man's buff was also supposed to be amongst the amusements, but the only buffer we saw doing a good game was mine host of " North Kapunda." Teetotallers have only themselves to blame if they did not obtain enough to satisfy the cravings of the inner man, as there was another large booth dis pensing light refreshments, presided over by Messrs. Phillips & Crotty. There was also plenty of dancing to the strains of the Kapunda Brass Band. The principal attrac tion, however, was the racing. Mr. W. Stokes acted as...

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

WATCH AND CLOCK - MAKER To the Queen and Royal Family, And by Special Appointments to H.R.II. the Prince of Wales, M.I.M. tlie Emperor of Russia, The Mallarajall of Burdwan, AND TO SEVERAL INDIAN PRINCES. PRIZE MEDALS—LONDON, DUBLIN, AND PARIS. BENSON'S WATCHES of every Descrip tion, suitable for all climates, from £2 to 200guineas. Chrono graghs, Chronometers, Keyless Levers,Presentation, Repeaters, Railway Guards', Soldiers', and Workmen's Watches of Extra Strength. BENSON'S CLOCKS—for Churches, Tur rets, or Public Buildings, Din ing or Drawing Boom, Library, Carriage, Church, Hall, or Shop. Perpetual Calendars, Wind Dials. &c. Aetistic English Clocks, de corated with Wedgwood and other wares, designed to suit any style of furniture; also, as novelties for Presents. Miade solely by Bensoh. From £5 5s. BENSON'S GOLD JEWELLERY, of the richest and most exquisite de signs, with Monograms, Crests, and Devices, Enamelled in Co lours, after Designs by the most accomplished Artist...

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REUTER'S TELEGRAMS LONDON, December 22. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 3 January 1879

BETTTEll'S TELEORAMS LONDON, December 22. Tenders have been invited for the balance of the South Australian Loan. The weather has been unusually, cold. A heavy fall of snow has taken place in London and in other parts of the country. To-day £1,000,000 sterling was paid into the Bank of England. CONSTANTINOPLE, December 25. It is stated that thirty transports have been chartered by the Russian Government at Odessa to convey the Muscovite troops be longing to the Russian army of occupation in Turkey who arc about to return home. LONDON, December 23. Consols are higher, and are quoted to-day at 95. The quantity of wheat afloat for the United Kingdom is 1,498,000 qrs. Tin is still falling, and now stands at £60 10s. per ton. LONDON, December 24. The rise in Consols continues, and to-day they are quoted at 95^. The market rate of discount is 5i per cent. The following are the latest quotations for colonial securities :—New South Wales 5 per cent, loan, £111; Victorian 4 per cent, loan, £...

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

BURBA MONTHLY MARKET. BICHABDSOIf S YAUDS, KOOBINGA. WOIVDAY, .JANUARY 6. G.DLES & GOOD CHILD ■wiQ. sell by auction, as above, com mencing at 1 o'clock sharp— 4100 SIHEEP. 4100 For J. 'H. Angas, Esq.— 1,000 Prime Slat Wethers For Mr. W. Cr&igie— 1,500 Prime Fat Wethers For F. C. Austin, Esq.— 1,200, fall-moafched Breeding Ewes, in splendid condition 400 Maiden Ewes. - . ■feL 3 CATTLE. 113 Ck C. Hawker— . 50 Head. Extra Prime Fat Cattle, from bis Bungaxee Paddocks. For Mr. Bailey— 20 Head Fat Cattle, light weights, but . prime qualify. For Mr- H- Pinch— 25 Prime Fat Bullocks, light weights For Mr. Stokie— Team of 10 Splendid WorkingBullocks, with Waggon (nearly new) and Tackling complete, from the Bar rier ,: For Mir. W. Terry— Team iof 8 Splendid Working Bullocks, with Waggon and Tackling com plete. ' ; 43 HORSES, 43 For various owners— 43 Head." SUNDRIES. Spring Drpy 2 Sets Harness, and travelling plant 3 Reapers. &c., &c., &c. MONDAY. JANUAR...

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

liness Directory. kapcnda. iSgpE^TSTEB, E-, Wine, Spirit, and ^(wieral Merchant, Brewster's Boild Main-street. Agent for Salter's sad 'Wines. I^NHAM, W. H., Solicitor, Notary Jftnblic, &c., Main-street. Money to Id on property under the Real 'Property or otherwise, at lowest rate o£ interest. "OB1JCE, JOHN A., Auctioneer, ij Sand, Loan, and General Commission Agent. Money to Lend in large or small rams. T|TJMBBECK, THOMAS, Tanner JL/ . and Carrier, near Morning Star. Leather.of every description on hand and to order. - Hark, Hides, and Skins, &c., bought. TllBSBBECE, WILLIAM, banner \J and Gurrier, Burra-road, (late Frith's). Bark, Hides, &c., - bought. Leather on sale or to order—first quality. PAf CETT'S SOOTHING 40! JOWDESS, for Children Teething. Sold inPackets at One Shilling; or by post for- Seven_Sta,mps. Address, B. Fawcett, MiSlJV iSR, J., Pianoforte Tuner, Beck-street. Harmoniums and other Instruments Tuned and Repaired. iZ"APUNDA HERALD OFFICE, ' B...

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COMMERCIAL. ADELAIDE CORN MAHEET. [From our own Correspondent.] December 30. 1878. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 3 January 1879

COMMERCIAL. ADELAIDE CORN MAHEET. Li rom our own Correspondent.J December 30,1878. To-day, Tuesday, and Wednesday will be holidays. Nothing is doing in the wheat market, nor will there be now until next year. Some small sales of country flour are reported at £10 10/. ♦ "Kapunda Herald" Office, January 2, 1879. Wheat—4/3. Hat—£2 to £2 5/ per ton. Wholesale. Retail. Flour £11 5/per ton 26/per bag Bran 1/4 per bush. 1/5 per bush Pollard ... 1/5 " 1/6 Hams ... ... /8 per lb. /10 per lb. Bacon /7 " /9 " Cheese ... ... /6 " /8 " Butter ... ... /10 " 1/ " Eggs ... ... /10 per doz. 1/ per doz.

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MAIL NOTICES. Post-Office, Kapunda. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 3 January 1879

MATT, NOTICES. Post-Office, Kapunda. Mails close at tins 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, Man-able, 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.

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BROADBRIM'S PAEIS LETTEB. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 7 January 1879

BROADBKIM'S PAEIS LETTEB. In my last letter I spoke of the daring of American manufacturers, and this clear grit and pluck is-confined to no particular branch. A turbaned Turk, or an Israelite with a fez, which makes him look like a second-rate Turk, drives a thriving business selling olive wood ornaments from Jerusalem; his success ex cites the cupidity of the Yankee, who forth with gets up a compound a great deal better than the original olive wood. He invents a machine for the manufacture of the goods, and the native of New Jerusalem is either forced to commit suicide in self-defence or seek other and greener pastures. One would have supposed that Brother Jonathan would have let Jean Crapaud alone in the article of perfumes, but . here is a gentleman not from New York, not from Boston, not from Chicago or San Francisco, but from Toledo, Ohio, who exhibits a case of perfumes which would do no discredit to Paris or Cologne. Not only are the perfumes fine, but the style of putting t...

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SELECTED POETRT. THE KORAN NEXT THE HEART. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 7 January 1879

SELECTED POET11T. THE KORAN IffEXT THE HEART.* Stretched stiff upon the enow The aged Turk lay dead ; Fell murd'roue hands had struck the blow, And scarred that noble head. Around rour leagues were piled •The spoils of flying fear— Sign of fierce hate and vengeance wild, -Not equal strife of -war. "Wide over vale and hill The war-fiend's fiery breath Had passed, and-households, cold and still, Were gathered—one in death. Sad oxen, ownerless, Through the thick ruin strayed— The plundered waggons closely press— Holiving soul hath staid. And here, amid it all, Was that calm, placid face, As if at morning-tide the call Went up for heavenly grace. The Koran's open page Bis withered fingers pressed; The life-blood, spilled in fiendish rage, His ardent faith confessed. He knew no blood of Christ To take away his sin ; The Prophet's sensual Paradise Was his alone to win. Yet who to death pursued These hoary hairs ? Oh say, Shall not that blotted page of hlood Judge in the Judgment Day ? Feb...

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OUR LONDON LETTEE. [From our own Correspondent.] November 21, 1878. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 7 January 1879

OTJE, LONDON LETTEE. [JFrom our own Correspondent.] November 21, 1878. In cheering contrast to the recently divided, state of public feeling upon the Eastern Question the fact stands out that, however much politicians and their organs in the pi-ess may hare differed as to the wisdom of actual interference with the Ameer, his menacing refusal even to receive the envoy of the Indian Government has evoked one unanimous expression of opinion—in London, at all events,—that the prestige of England de mands a swift and stern response to such an insult. TEOOPS FOB INDIA. Still more troops are under orders for India, the cavalry just now receiving atten tion. Also, some apparatus for throwing light over an enemy's position, in the shape of a parachute which is shot from a large gun, and then when in the air opens and dis plays a bright magnesium flame, is being put on board ship. Some new rocket apparatus, and some more mountain guns, are also amongst the stoves. NATIVE INDIAN OPINION ON THE...

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