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THE RISK ALLAH TRIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 25 September 1868
THE RISK ALLAH TRIAL. The action between Risk Allah Bey and our popular contemporary, the Daily Telegraph, which has just terminated in favour of the former, has had a wide public interest, both from its own characteristics and from the positions of the contending parties. That it should be tried before a Judge whose liberal sympathies on all points connected with the privileges of the press are as well known as Sir Alexander Cock burn's, has given additional weight to proceedings in themselves sufficiently important, and the able slimming up, and the verdict delivered, will be long quoted from their conclusive bearing upon the respective rights of journalism and the public. The plaintiff, Bisk Allah Bey, was originally intended, for the Greek Church, in which his uncle and grandfather were priests. He was born in Lebanon, and was eventually educated at the instance of the Turkish Government in this country for the profession of medicine. Having obtained his diploma from our College...
THE LAND QUESTION. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 25 September 1868
THE LAJND QUESTION. One of tlie chief topics of hustings questionings and cross-questionings during the late general election was most undoubtedly the system of dis posal of the waste lands Of the Crown. The voice of the whole country imperatively demanded some new system, and agreed almost unanimously in condemning the present as one which offered the greatest possible facility to those middlemen who as a class have somewhat unwisely as well as uncharitably been dubbed "land-sharks," at-the same time throwing considerable impediments in -the way of bond fide farmers who wished to acquire land. Knowing the opinion of the country in this matter, it certainly behoved the Minis tiy, after the long recess enjoyed by them, to come before the Parliament with, a well-devised and prac ticable scheme of amendment-to determine their policy on that question, and boldly take their stand thereby; and this, in fact, the individual members of the Ministry promised their con stituents should be don...
FEMININE AFFECTATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 25 September 1868
FEMININE AFFECTATIONS. I A. favourite form of feminine affectation among certain opposers of the prevalent fast type is in an intense womanliness, that makes one long for a little roughness just to take off the cloying excess of sweetness. This kind is generally found with large eyes, dark in the lids and i hollow in the orbit, by which a certain spiritual expression is given to the face, a certain look of being consumed by the hidden fire of lofty thought, that is very effective. It does not "de stroy the effectiveness that the real cause of the. darkened lids and cavernous orbits is most pro bably internal disease, when not antimony; eyes of this sort stand for spirituality and loftiness of thought and intense womanliness of nature, and, as all men are neither chemists nor doctors, the simulation does quite as well as truth. The main characteristic of these women is self-consciousness,. They live before a moral mirror, and pass "their time in attitudinizing to what they think the ...
CITY CORRESPONDENCE. Adelaide, September 24, 1868. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 25 September 1868
CITY CORRESPONDENCE. [From our own Correspondent.] Adelaide, September 24, 1868, Along with this letter you may have tihe-jdpa sure of announcing that your senior member is Chief Secretaiy of the colony, and thai; lie ins undertaken to give us a new Land Bill. i|a Miller Moss would say, the Ancient has; ben " excavating" an unusually big hole) thisweelc. Strictly speaking, he began almost a; fortnight ago, but it was all tunnelling forttn&fiqBt fourflr five days. Last week the anicipationB of a which gave a semi-popular tone to^m^Psr&p* mentaiy narrative, had hardly been passed wbib their realization began. The Minjstry lya^ kHfc everything which they acknowledged to be of «£ importance. They had had a new Northed Territory policy crammed down their tfcnyfta; they had been snubbed for proposing to abolish the Local Court of Appeals; they had tihe notice-paper fall of Sills and resolution?, three fourths of which were very doubtful. Moreover, the House having 'once be...
WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1868. FUN JURISDICTION. [Before J. S. Varley, Esq., S.M., W. Oldham, Esq., J.P., and H. Kelly, Esq., J.P.] HORNER AND OTHERS v. MILLER AND ANOTHER. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 25 September 1868
WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 22,1868. FUN JURISDICTION. [Before J. S. Varley, Esq., S.M., W. Oldham, Esq., J.P., and H.'Kelly, Esq., J.P.] HOENUE AND OTHERS V. MTT.T.ER AKD ANOTHER. This was an action for £100, for use and occu pation of land let to the defendants fry the plaintiffs as trustees of the late Mr. Swinden. The case had been before the Court on a previous occasion, and was then fully reported by us. Mr. Palmer appeared for the plaintiffs, and Mr. Brady and Mr. Emerson for the defendants. Mr. Palmer applied for leave to amend the plaint, but Mr. Brady objected, and the Court upheld the objection. Mr. Palmer then proceeded to examine Mr. O. Horner, one of the trustees to the estate of' the late Mr. Swinden-the evidence being but a repetition of that which was given on a pre vious occasion. James Little, a shepherd, residing on the Wakefield, was examined, and- deposed to having seen the defendants grubbing and ploughing on the land in1865, and had also seen them cropping and fenci...
WATERVALE PLOUGHING MATCH [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 25 September 1868
WATERVALE PLOUGHING MATCH rFrom our own Correspondent.^ The annual ploughing match was held on the 22nd inst. The weather was wet, but the affair on the whole was a success. The Judges were Messrs. Jiobinson and Edwards. Hie following is a list - ©fthe prizes - Champions' Class-Prize, £6. Only one entry, Mr. Kurelmer, who was awarded £3, as his work . was satisfactory. Men's Class-Five entries. First prize £5, William Ward, excellent work equal to cham pions' ; second &lt;lo. £3, William Thomas; third do. £2, Auguste Ilerde. Boys' Class-Only one entry. Work fair; " awarded second prize of £110s. Best team of horses, £1 Is. Two entries Prize, Simon Roberts, Uo entiy for the best team of bullocks. The dinner was provided by Host Davis, and did great credit to him as a caterer. There were about thirty sat down, the chair being occupied by A. King, Esq., J-P-, and the vice-chair by Mr. 3T. Treloar. The usual loyal toasts were duly proposed by the Chairman. The " Parliament," "Ju...
LOCAL COURT—KAPUNDA. MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 21. [Before J. Varley, Esq., S.M.] APPLICATION. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 25 September 1868
LOCAL COURT-KAPUNDA. MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 21. [Before J. Varley, Esq., S-M/J APPIICATIOIT. C. U. CAMPBELL applied for a wine licence at Allen's Creek. C. H. Campbell examined. Bj the Court-The house for which the licence was sought to be obtained contained four rooms, and was built of timber, sand, &c.; witness and his family lived there; there was no other person held a wine licence in the neighbourhood. Application granted. BEADY V. WHLIAMS. Claim for £16 4/. This was a case for assessment of damages. Defendant was not present. Mr. J". Brady examined. By the Court-"Witness purchased a house and allotment of ground from defendant, in January, 1867; since that date defendant occupied the house with witness's consent, and agreed to pay rent, but the amount was never fixed; before bringing the action witness aslced defendant what was the weekly value of the house, and he said 4j, that he had had 5/ per week; saw defendant during last week, and lie agreed to pay the amount of the ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 25 September 1868
VALUABLE FARM, NEAR MARBABEL. 763 ACRES. AT FULLER'S HOTEL, MABBABEL. ON TUESDAY, OCTOBER 6. - A3? ONE O'CLOCK. TOHN SMALL is favoured with in *' structions from the proprietor, Gr. C. GOOCH, Esq., to sell by auction, as above MERNOWIE FARM, "" SECTIONS Nos. 1082,1072, 1062, 1049, 90, 91, and 94, Hundred of Waterloo, con taining Seven Hundred and sixty-three Acres of the Best Land, Well Fenced* and well-watered. On Section 1072 is a Handsome Seven-Boomed FIRST-CLASS HOUSE, Stables, and every convenience. Tlip. LAND is all NEARLY NEW, only Three Crops having been taken off some, one or two off other, and a considerable portion is virgin soil. Each Section will be sold separately. Three Hundred Acres are under Wheat, looking .well; and 150 Acres are fallowed. The Land is of the richest quality, and in the best order; and it is well-known as one of the best farms in the North. Most of the purchase-money can remain at low Interest for Seven Teal's. MASONIC HALL, ~KAPUNDA. WEDNESDAY EVEN...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 25 September 1868
To ADYBBTISEBS in the KAPUNDA HERALD.-The following is. the SCALE of DISCOUNTS on Advertisements in the KAPHNDA HEBALD, when prepaid 4 and 5 \ the Shilling, or 12i per cent, insertions.., j 6,1, and 8 ] 3d. in the Shilling, or 25 per cent, insertions... ) 9,10, and 11} 31^ ^ ^ Shilling, or 29£ per cent insertions... y Insertion 1 4a. in the Shilling, or 33i per cent, during qrtr.> 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. Sis lines... ... Two Shillings and Sixpence. Each line more Four-pence. "Fignre, or Tablc-woA Advertisements, charged at Sixpence per line throughout. ^ All orders should be legibly written on the iace or back of advertisements; and, where no order -is given, advertisements will be continued Tinrai .countermanded, or out of date. Orders for e discontinuance of advertisements cannot be at tended to after Wednesday evenings. All...
KAPUNDA MARKET PRICES. "Kapunda Herald" Office, Friday, September 25, 1868. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 25 September 1868
KAPUNDA MARKET PRICES. " Kapunda Herald " Office, Friday, September 25, 1868. "Wheat, new 5/ to 5/1 per bushel Flour, per ton, £15 to £16 Ditto, per bag, 34/ Ditto, per Hi, 2Jd Bran, per bushel, 1/5 Bollard, ditto, 1/8 Seconds, 2/6 Potatoes, new, 2d per lb., old 7/ per cwfc. 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, 45/ Hams, (Eng.) ditto, 1/6; colonial bacon, 7d Butter, (Fresh) per lb, /6 to /7 Eggs, per dozen, /6. Apples, 6d per pound
ADELAIDE CORN MARKET. Adelaide, September 24, 1868. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 25 September 1868
ADELAIDE CORN" MARKET. Adelaide, September 24,1868. The Grain and Flour Market is entirely stagnant; and prices are again lower in conse quence of several forced sales of Flour which toot place during the last few days, and the news of continued arrivals in the neighbouring colonies from America. Bran keeps its price, and is in fair demand. Cape Barley is scarce and enquired for. Other articles however, remain neglected. We quote to-day:-Wheat, 5/6 to 6/ per bushel. Flour, £14 to £15 per ton. Bran, 1/6 per bushel; Pollard, 1/8 to 1/9 ; Cape Barley, 3/9 to 4/ 5 English ditto, 4/ to 5/; Cape Oats, 31 to 3/6 j English ditto, 4/ to 5/. A. F. CHRISTEN & CO.
CLARE. MONDAY, SEPTEMBEE 21. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 25 September 1868
CLABE. MONDAY, SEPTEMBEE 21. Present - Councillors Hunter, Trilling, and Butler. Memorial received from ratepayers at Penworfcham for repairs to road; to stand over for further consideration. Mr. Trilling to have road repaired between Sections, Kb. 5 and 6. Tenders to be again called for Contract Fo. 20. Mr. Butler to have further repairs done near Buzzacott's. Mr. Trilling to be "Returning Officer at ensiling election. Payment, £1. MUDDLED UP.-It is rare that editors indulge in a drop, but vrhen they do their readers are apt to find them out. Witness the following: " Melancholy Event.-Yesterday morning at 4 p.m. a man with a heel in the hole of his stock ing committed arsenic by swallowing a large quantity of suicide. The inquest of the verdict returned a jury that the deceased came to the facts in accordance with his death. He leaves a child and six small "wives to lament his end of his untimely death. In death we are in the midst of life."
BELVEDERE. MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 21. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 25 September 1868
BELVEDERE. MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 21. Present-The Chairman, and Councillors Kerr, O'l/oughlin, Schmidt, and Jjange. Minutes of last meeting read and confirmed- James Hehir applied for permission to erect swing gates at each end of the road between Sections 482 and 506; a similar application was made by M. Conolan for temporarily closing the road between Section 7,598 and 1,421-leave granted to both applicants. Edward G-uny attended, requesting that some repairs might be effected at the cross roads near Section 164. In. answer to the Chair man he said the cost would not exceed £4. Councillor Kerr and Clerk to inspect, and if neces sary, call for tenders. Councillor O'Loughlin proposed, and Councillor Schmidt seconded, that the work proposed to be effected near Bidgood's, a plan ot which was laid on the table, be advertised, carried. Councillor Kerr remarked that it would be better if two Councillors would in future in spect all works before they were let to any person. Resolved, that the ...
MUNICIPAL CORPORATION. MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1868. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 25 September 1868
MUNICIPAL CORPORATION. MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 21,1868. Present-His Worship the Mayor, Councillors Bruce, Harden, Nock, Nicholson, Newman, and Howe ; and the Town Clerk. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. Letters of apology were received and accepted from Councillors EVy and Mellor on account of absence from Eapunda. At a later stage of the meeting Councillor Mellor entered the room, having returned from Adelaide. CORRESPONDENCE. Bead, a letter from Messrs. Veale and Fudge witli reference tp tlieir contract on Clare-road, ' stating that tliey thought they should get extra | pay for all necessary extra stuff to fill up above, ! the culvert beyond what was taken, out of the , work included in the contract; also stating that . they were pushing on with the work as quickly as possible. BEPOBTS. The Works Committee's report was read as follows: "Your Coinittee roport having inspected the works in Clare road, and consider the work pro gressing not so fast as they had a...
HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 25 September 1868
HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY. On Friday, in answer to Mr. Everard, tlie Treasurer said tliat the Chief Justice had applied for twelve months' leave of absence, but it had not yet been granted. The adjourned debate on the Ministerial land resolutions and Mr. Townsend's amendment was then resumed, the other notices and orders of the day having been postponed for the purpose. Mr. Dunn first spoke, his remarks being to the effect that before voting for the amendment he should like to know what policy the present Opposition would put forth if the amendment was carried. He did not like taking things on trust. Whilst he should probably have to go with the Government, he did not like their reso lutions. Mr- Boucaut was not anxious to bring about a crisis at present, though he was not afraid of the duties and responsibilities of office; therefore, though he did not approve of the resolutions, he would still give the Ministry an opportunity to introduce a Bill on the question. Mr. Hughes, though he coul...
DISTRICT COUNCILS. KAPUNDA. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 19. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 25 September 1868
DISTRICT COUNCILS. TTAPTTNDA. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 19. Present-AH. Minutes of previous meeting read and confirmed- Work at Waterloo Plains still unfinished. Eight tenders were received for the work required at Cormick's Creek, ranging from £38 15/ to £5114/; McCarthy's, at £38 15/ accepted. The Chairman reported having inspec ted bridge at Salt Water Reserve with the Sur veyor. The masonry in the side wings being valued at 10/ per yard, it was resolved to pay Mr. Nicholson £14 for the same, on his giving a re ceipt in full. Considerable progress made with cutting at Allendale; contractor to receive £20 more on account. Turnstile at Cemetery passed for payment. Arrears of rates coming in slowly. On a discussion arising as to Messrs. Tampion and Prior's claim for subscription to be returned, the Council were divided in opinion, two voting for the return of the money, and two for the matter to stand over till referred to the Solicitor. The Chairman gave his casting vote for the latter p...
SADDLEWURTH. September 23, 1868. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 25 September 1868
SADDLEWURTH. rFrom oar own Correspondent.] September 23,1868. A bazaar of fancy and useful articles was lield I on Wednesday last and two following days, in : beloalf of the mission house. The room was tastefully decorated; and the fancy articles neatly ? arranged, so as to give the scene a pleasing ap- | liearance. A goodly number of people attended; and the profits of the sale were satisfactory-I believe about £70, which for these bad times must be very good for this place. Some fears for the growing crops were enter tained iast week, 011 account of the hot winds that Mew for two or three days, but I am happy to state that a delightful change lias tafcen place; j we have had three or four showery days, which j have put a fresli and smiling face not only on , nature, but the farmers as well. j
CLARE. September 23, 1868. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 25 September 1868
CLARE. [From our own Correspondent/] September 23,1868. j We have had our requests granted, and are now included among the Corporate Towns, but I JieaT our 'request for assistance is not so readily acceded to, although I think that when the Go vernment have matters fairly and impartially laid before them, they will not be backward. ? " The Central Road Board have allowed us the broken stone, which has been waiting to be made use of so long. - Another election of a Councillor in place of Mr. C. Bomber (owing to his dis qualification) comes off shortly. We have now a new feature of industry here, a circular blast and smelting furnace having been erected by Mr. Paterson. The weather after the heat of last week is beautiful, and the whole neighbourhood is looking quite green.
PARLIAMENTARY. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 25 September 1868
PARLIAMENTARY. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. On Tuesday tlie Chief Secretary made a Minis terial statement to the Council to tlie effect that the House of Assembly having negatived the resolutions with respect to the land question introduced by the Government, the Ministry had felt it to be their duly to tender their resig nation to His Excellency, which had been accepted, and they now held office only until their successors were appointed. Mir. Hay had been sent for by Tfia Excellency, but declined to undertake the formation of a Ministry, and Mr. Townsend had now been sent for, who was still engaged in that task. The Council adjourned until the following day.