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WATERVALE. September 23, 1868. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 25 September 1868

WATER VALE. [From our own Correspondent.] September 23,1868. The Baud of Hope held a meeting here last night in the Bible Christian Chapel. I under stand the Auburn Fife and Drum Baud, who were present, performed in the chapel. I hope, how ever, the reporter made a mistake, as such au occurrence in a chapel is certainly not the thing.

Publication Title: Kapunda Herald And Northern Intelligencer
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HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 2 October 1868

HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY. On Friday a petition against the return of Mr. Dunn for Mount Barker, signed by 198 electors of that district, was presented by Mr. ITeales, and was on his motion referred to the Court of Disputed He turns. The Chief Secretary then- moved, that the House at its rising adjourrr until Tuesday, 6th Oct., to enable IVOnisters to arrange the business to be brought before the House, and to state their policy generally. The majority of his colleagues being new to office, .it was not to be expected that they could be ready without an adjournment." _ Mr. Strangways thought, considering the ex tremely conflicting viewB . held by the new Ministry, there could he no doubt sis to fee necessity for an adjournment. During the discussion which followed most of the members promised, their general support tC the new Ministry if their measures were satis factory ; but Messrs. Reynolds and (Hyde de clared their utter want of confidence in any Ministry which included Messrs. Hart and ...

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PARLIAMENTARY. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 2 October 1868

PARLIAMENTARY. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. On Tuesday the Attorney-G-eneral moved tliat the House at its rising adjourn for one week, by which time the new Ministry would be prepared to state its policy. Mr. Baker seconded in a lengfcliy speech, in which he expressed his strong opinion that the Council was losing weight through not getting its full sliare of the legislation of the country. He also contended that as there was but one repre sentative of the Ministry in the Upper House it should ;be the Chief Secretary, though he should not oppose tlie Attoruey-G-eneral on that account. Mr. Ayers also held that the Attorney-Grene ral'8 proper place was in the Lower House. In reply, the Attorney-Greneral said he thought there should be two members of the Ministry in the Upper House; as however there was but one, he did not see that it was in any way more anomalous for such Minister to be the Attorney 1 Greneral than (as on a previous occasion, when. I Mr. English held office) the Commissioner ...

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GILBERT. MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 28. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 2 October 1868

GILBERT. MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 28. Present-All. Letter received from Crown Lands Office, informing Council that , the applica tion for grant-in-aid had been forwarded to audit office; also, from engineer of northern extension railway, stating that drains mil be immediately ] made through embankment to carry off the water 1 from main-road in Riverton. Mr. G-. Puller I wrote appealing against the assessment of his property being raised ; to remain as before. M. Hupatz waited on Council and requested leave to depasture cattle on road near his place. Permis sion of adjoining occupiers to be obtained before same is considered. 3?. Lelixnann's tender for Contract 55 accepted. Clerk to take immediate proceedings against rate defaulters. Receipts, £28 131; Payments, £64 2/6. The New York Tribune begs Miss Rye to send out a few hundred thousand servant girls to the United States. The abolition of slavery has, it says, raised the price of all labour, and especially of domestic service. ,

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DISTRICT COUNCILS. HAMILTON. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 26. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 2 October 1868

DISTRICT COUNCILS. HAMILTON. SATUBDAY. SEPTEMBER 26. Present-All but Mr. Pfifczner. Minutes of last meeting read and confirmed. Mr. H. T. Morris unanimously re-elected Chairman for tlie ensuing year. Sundry applications to the Council for alteration of assessments attended to. CLsrk to communicate with other Councils to ascertain the usual custom of dealing with the payment for copies of assessment roll. Eesolred, that a public meeting to adopt a rate be held at the Fanners'Home Inn, Hamilton. Clerk to inake lists of persons liable to serve as constables. Payments, £3 3/.

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OUR NEW GOVERNOR. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 2 October 1868

OUR NEW GOVERNOR. By the retirement of Sir James Fergusson from the representation of the county of Ayr, and his appointment to the governorship of South Australia, the country has lost the home services, at all events, of one of its most industrious servants. For twelve years in all Sir James has represented Ayrshire in Parliament, and he has distinguished himself pre-eminently at once by his faithfulness as a representative, and by the assiduity "with which he has discharged the onerous official duties which latterly fell to his lot. He was a very young man when he first entered Parliament, and even now, when leaving it, he is just reaching the age when most men look forward to a brilliant ad ministrative career. Yet he had already taken his position as a member of Parliament, and the energy with which he threw himself into his work soon enabled him to master those questions which are peculiarly connected with Scotch legislation; and the universal satisfaction with which he acquit...

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ARRIVAL OF THE ENGLISH MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 2 October 1868

I ARRIVAL OF THE ENGLISH MAIL. The Alexandra, -with, the South Australian, portion of the English August mail, arrived off Glenelg early on Monday morning last, somewhat before time, not having been due until the fol lowing day. The following items of intelligence' are from the papers to hand (to August 14) and from the telegrams (to September 1) of OUT metropolitan journals: Her Majesty had gone to Switzerland for the benefit of her health; the Prince and Princess of Wales to Scotland; and the Duke of Edinburgh to Potsdam on a visit to his sister, the Princess of Prussia. Sir James Fergusson is to be Governor of South Australia; Mr. Due Cane, Governor of Tasmania; and Sir B. C, Pine, Governor of Western Aus-' tralia. [ The Tories are said to have subscribed a veiy large sum of money for electioneering purposes * at the forthcoming elections. The Liberals have made no such preparations, but it is expected that they will obtain a large majority. The Irish Church Commission recommends...

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The Kapunda Herald. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1868. CIVIL SERVICE FEUDS. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 2 October 1868

Wbt Hapuittia ptiralti. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1868. CIVIL SERVICE FEUDS. Parliamentary papers do not generally speak ing contain reading matter of a very lively description-being interesting cliiefly to statists, bankers, and men of business generally. No rule liowever, but has its exceptions; and tliose who are at all familiar with the early reports of a former Commissioner of Police for this province, or with the journals of the Chief of a recent expedition to the Northern Territory, will need to be informed that even the doll routine matters connected with, official duties may be described in such rich poetical language as shall render them very attractive, if sot instructive, to those who chance to peruse them. Of the state writers referred to it may safely be said"that their prose was far more poetic than much of what is currently accepted as poetry. As to the utility of their writings, or the adaptability of the style employed as a vehicle for official reports, that is a point wh...

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AUBURN. September 30, 1868. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 2 October 1868

AUBURN. jTrom our own Correspondent] September 30, 1868. Smce the copious and seasonable showers we hare recently been favoured with the weather has been very pleasant, and the crops are now grow-: ing fast. On Tuesday, the 22nd insfc., the superintendent and a few friends of the Band of Hope here held a meeting in Watervale to form a Band of Hope in that place. The fife and drum band ac companying them played several pieces of music during the evening, and the meeting, which was well attended, resulted in the getting of not only thirty-six children to sign the pledge, but twelve adults. The Auburn Sand, with their friends, were kindly entertained by Mr. J. Badcock, storekeeper, after the meeting; and started from the township playing "Cheer, Boys, Cheer." Several gentlemen in Watervale intend to meet the children, and we wish them and their young friends every success. Owing to the very wet day we had on Thurs day last the Show held here was not well attended, and the few that rema...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 2 October 1868

" SANDING- " TTTR STOAB.-The Washington County Post says that a denizen of a certain village, with whom he is acquainted, having had sanded sugar sold to him, inserted in the weekly paper the following:-"Notice-I bought of a grocer in this village a quantity of sugar, from which I obtained one pound of sand. If the rascal who cheated me will send to my address seven pounds of good sugar (Scripture measure of restitution), I will be satisfied; if not, I shall .expose him." On the following day nine seven jiound packages of sugar were left at his residence from as many different dealers, each supposing himself the one intended. A London paper says, "A young lady who has lately written a pleasant little volume in Norway, describes her delight on meeting at a hotel an American lady who, lite many of her country women, was very beautiful j but the writer was disenchanted as, in passing a bowl of gold fish, the Yankee belle called out through her nose, ' Eh! pa! ain't they sloimy ?'" Bott...

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CITY CORRESPONDENCE. Adelaide, October 1, 1868. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 2 October 1868

CITY CORRESPONDENCE. [From our own Correspondent.] Adelaide, October 1, 1868. An adjournment has buried the crisis in ob ' livion, and the political world is again smoothly I revolving on its axis. On Thursday last my | anticipations were realized as to the Ancient turning out a Dens es machina. He sent in his list to the Governor by 10 o'clock, and had evexy body in King William-street gaping "with astonish ment within half-an-hour after. Townsend we were prepared for from the commencement of the crisis, and to J. T. Bagofc as Attorney-General we were resigned as an inevitability, though, most people had a hope that it would be Strang ways' turn. But Neville Blyth and Everard where had he hooked them P There must be a genius-some occult influence in button-holing. Mr. Blyth has always been a very shy bird. His principle in crises has been to support the powers that be; and last time he carried it so fer that his speech was supposed to be the turning point in favour of the Ministry....

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MARRABEL. September 30, 1868. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 2 October 1868

MAKRABEL. fFrom our own correspondent.]] September 30,1868. The anniversary of the Springfield Bible Chris tian Sabbath School ~was celebrated on Sunday last. In the forenoon an address was given to file parents and children, at Springfield, by the Her. Mr. Hancock, of Xapunda; and in the evening the rev. gentleman preached a sermon in the Marrabel Chapel for the same object-there being good congregations on each occasion. On. the following day the children were regaled with tea, cake, tarts, and other good things; afte? which a public tea was held in the chapel. This was followed by a public meeting at the Spring field Chapel, when addresses were delivered by the Bey. Messrs. Hancock and McNeil, Messrs. Saunders, Prior, and Johnston. The tea for the children and adults was provided by Mesdatnes Heed and Johnston, to whom a rote of thanks for so doing was carried. The meeting, which was of an interesting character, was brought to a close by (singing and prayer. AH things considered,...

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"CUI BONO" AND "VIDI TANTUM." [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 2 October 1868

"CUI BONO" AND "VIDI TA.NTUM." A very pretty little question is suggested for the bebooi of philological casuists by our current and strictly British UBO of the Latin words Cui bono in the sense of the French & qui bon, "what's the good of it?" Innumerable schoolboys of this generation must know, and a great many adults canot have altogether forgotten, that the Latin words mean nothing of the kind-at least in Latin. They know that they are simply a quotation from a forensic speech by Oicero, wherein that orator, usually considered a very good authority upon the use of Latin words, advises that when it is wanted to ascertain who is a guilty party, enquiry should be made whose is the profit by the guilty deed. Cui bono in Cicero is Latin for "whose is the profit." But, for all that, it has come to be modern newspaper English for "what's the use." It is not unknown in the House of Commons:' perhaps it aiight even mount up to the Lords but for the beneficent despotism [ wielded ...

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CORKESPONDENCE. WASTE LANDS SYSTEM. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 2 October 1868

CORKESPONDENCE, WASTE iAIJDS SYSTEM, TO THE EDITOR. Sir-In your Parliamentary Report in tliis day's issue, you state " Mr. Lewis voted for, and Mr. Hart against the resolutions." This would mislead many who are unacquainted with Parliamentary divisions; and lead them tothiuk that I approved of the resolutions tabled by tlie late Commissioner of Crown Lands, which X did not. Tlie effect of my vote (and in which, the present Treasurer, Mr. N. Btyth, concurred) had it been carried, would be to discuss and vote on each one, believing as I 4o that no Ministry will be #ble to bring in such ft measure for amending the system, as will in its entirety meet with the approval of the House and country, and that sale by tender is the only method that will effectually do away with the yyils crept into our Government auction sales. I am Sir, &c., W. LEWIS. Allendale, 25th September, 1868. pThe exact nature of the division-was this-On the day in question the adjourned debate on the Governme...

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ODDFELLOWSHIP. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 2 October 1868

ODDFJSLLO WSHIP. The quarterly district meeting of the Kapunda District of Oddfellows, M.U., -was held on Tues day last, in the Distract Office, Kapunda. Present-G-.M. Jeffs, D.G-.M. G-urr, C.S. Riley, and delegates from the following Lodges:-Sir John Franklin, P.G-. Bruce and V.G-. "Wilson ; Park, P.Q-. Johnson; Princess Royal, P.Gr. Gk>rdonj; Hamilton, TT.G-. Heithersay; Truro, P.Gr. Houston; Sfcoekwell, P.G-. Kreonert; Marra bel, P.Gr. Polkinhorne; Stockport, G-.M. Long; Prince Alfred, N.G-. James. The roll of delegates being called over, the G-.M. read the District Officers' report, which showed that one new Lodge had been opened by them during the quarter at Saddleworth, and congratulated the District on their prospects. The balance-sheet and Auditors' report were read and adopted. The receipts for past quarter were £192 17/7, whilst the expenditure (in cluding levies and returns to District) has been £132 13/6-leaving a credit balance of £64 14/1. There has been one death i...

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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 28. [Before J. Varley, Esq., S.M., and a Jury.] WHITE v. DELANY. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 2 October 1868

FEIDAT, SEPTEMBER 28. [Before J. Varley, Esq., S.M., and a Jury J WHITE V. DELAITY. Mr. Brady for plaintiff; Mr. Brooke for de fendant. This was an action brought to recover the sum of £100, interest due upon an agreement made between plaintiff and defendant for the selling of certain sections of land, situate in the Hundred of Blyth. Mr. Brady, having opened the case to the Juzy, called Samuel Falbner, clerk to plaintiff, who proved the defendant's signature to the agreement mentioned in tlie plaintiff's plaint. This was plaintiff's case. Mr. Brooke here applied for a nonsuit, on the grounds that the action was not brought to the nearest Court to where the defendant resided or to where the cause of action arose. After considerable discussion, tlie S.M. refused to nonsuit. The learned counsel for the defendant then addressed tlie Juiy in eloquent terms, to which the counsel for tlie plaintiff (Mr. Brady) replied in a telling and effective speech. The Jury, after hearing the directio...

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THE JUPITER CREEK. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 2 October 1868

THE JUPITER CREEK. TO THE EDITOR. Sir-Having paid a visit to the Jupiter Creek Diggings last week, and having promised to give you a few particulars of my visit, I now do so. As the description of the place and the road to it has been folly described in nearly all the papers, I shall pass over that part, and briefly S've' you an account of what I saw and heard, n arriving xm the ground you see tents in all Jdi*eotiai^s; and as you advance down the hill you hear cries of " Joe!" " Joe!" which is soon ta$en up and re-echoed by all the diggers in the / 5ttjniediate locality. Having made enquiries as to the origin and meaning of it, I found that it was a Victorian custom, and arose from the diggers going and worHng on the ground without a licence, when those who had licences cried out "Joe!" "Joe!" which meant the police were earning, which made those not licensed to decamp and go elsewhere, or procure their licence. Hence the cry of "Joe!" ?' Joe'v On the Jupiter Piggings the cost of a...

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RHYNIE. October 1, 1868. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 2 October 1868

KHYNIE. [From our own Correspondent.] I October 1,1868. Special services in connoction -with the eighth anniversary of the Wesleyan Chapel, Woolshed flat, were celebrated on Sunday and Monday last. On the Sabbath the Rev. G-. W. Patchell, of Adelaide, preached three eloquent and impres sive sermons; on each occasion the chapel was well filled. On Monday the usual tea meeting took place, which was followed by the public meeting, and presided over by Mr. Grlanville, of Macaw Creek. Interesting addresses were given by Messrs. Andrew, Howard, Payne, and the Revs. G-reer and PatchelL The collections, which amounted to about £28, were considered satisfactoiy. We have lately had some delightful showers of rain, which has greatly refreshed the growing crops. Mr. Xlyan, storekeeper, is about to erect a wheat store in the township, which will be a boon to the farmers in the wheat season, especially in this neighbourhood, as they do not care for going to Port Wakefield, if they can sell their ...

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LOCAL COURT—KAPUNDA. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1868. FULI. 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 — 2 October 1868

LOCAL COURT-KAPUNDA. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 22,1868. FUII. JURISDICTION. ["Before J. S. Varley, ESQ., S.M., W. Oldham, Esq., J.P., and H. Kelly, Esq., J.P.] HOBKEBASD OMEBS V. HXLIIEB AND ANOTHEB. Action for £4/7, for use and occupation. Mr. Palmer for plaintiffs; Mr. Brady and Mr, Emerson for defendants. Mr. Palmer suggested that the evidence in the' former case might be taken in this, and the only evidence he would call would be to meet the special plea put in. He would ask to amend his plea by striking out the words " 6/ per acre per annum." The application for amendment was opposed by the other side, and the Court therefore de clined granting it. Mr. Palmer subsequently proceeded to call Mr. Poulden to prove service notice of intention to apply to amend,, but the Court pointed out that they had already given their decision. The counsel for the defence agreed to admit the evidence of the plaintiffs in the previous case as the plaintiffs' evidence in this case, subject to the same e...

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MOONTA. September 24, 1868. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 2 October 1868

MOONTA. {"From onr own Correspondent^ September 24,1868. i On Sunday and Monday last, anniversary cervices in connection-with the "Wesleyan Chapel, Wallaroo Mines, took place. Three eloquent sermons were listened to by a congregation of nearly 1,000 ; that in the afternoon and evening, by the Bev. W. Binks, from Adelaide; and in | the morning by the Bev. Mr. Kaston, the worthy pastor of the Church. On Monday afternoon the usual tea meeting was held, which was done ample justice to by a large number of people, after' which the public meeting took place, and was YCjyably addressed by the Bev. Messrs. Binks, Baston, and Barber; Captains Kitts, Deeble, and Dateon, and Messrs. Moyees, Jolly, Davies, and Daniels. Captain Hancock took the chair. The choir rendered veiy efficient aid throughout the various services, and at the close of the meeting cardial votes of thanks were given to all those ladies and gentlemen who had taken an active part in the aflair. The total proceeds of the servic...

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