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THE GREAT WHEAT CROP. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 16 October 1868
THE GREAT WHEAT CROP. We are now in a position to judge of the wheat crop, and. here and abroad it may be fairly re presented as unprecedented in bulk and in fineness of quality. Whatever may have failed, wheat has filled and ripened grandly, and been carried in superb condition. Mark Lane has never had such English wheat offered to it; large in berry to the size of California, bright in colour to the highest standard of white winter growth Canadian, hard in substance to an approximation to the chalk-pit flints of Kent and Hampshire. While the shoots were yet short, and the ears unformed, we ventured to direct attention to-those discoveries in electricity that inspire confidence in vegetation in the driest weather, and it is satisfactory to reflect that, 60 far, experience confirms theory. For it is not to be overlooked that the England of well-drained meadows, broad upland tillage of subsoil depth, covered ditches, and town and country 6ewage, is hardly to be identified with the En...
YATTA CREEK DIGGINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 16 October 1868
YATTA CREEK DIGGINGS. .We untterst^nd ®at M^ssip. JSixon and Pascoe wenidown to the Yalta bn.iTjiesday, and seeing aijkely-spot, took oat a prospecfingelaim, having to «ee thai; there was a reef there. They chained a Bpeck or two of .gold from tlie reef, -and -we believe that-a party of twelve, in cladiog 'Messrs. Lewis, JO?., Blood, Stobie, and some* others, has now been made up to work the saine.* pPhis claim has been adjudged to another claimants-a- far -from - satis facfcoiy procedure.J Messrs. ~ Bishop, Hooper, W.; Howett, and another, .-visited the- diggings -last week, and in theitwo or .three days they .were there succeeded insetting, sufficient gold-to pay tlienr - excellent vwes. - sDhose-of this party whom we hare spoken tojbure rather' reserved on the subject, feeling dtfebttesstbafc it would not be pleasant if any re pS^tasf theirs should induce men to go to the -diggings, :wb.G, proving^uiiEuccessfiil, might, blame them, V Besides the large numbers who have left Kapund...
THE IRONWORKERS' EL DORADO(?) [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 16 October 1868
THE IRONWORKERS' EL DOBADO (?) . Xu certain quarters we have heard much of the advantages which other countries, and especially the United States, present over f^reat Britain as a' market to which. our ironworkers can take their labour. There are persons who never tire of telling us that by the course the masters of fhia country pursue they are driving hence their best hands, and that soon 'we shall be left to pursue our industry here, assisted only by the least ekilful of handicraftsmen. 33ie men have believed much that they have been told, and there has hardly ever been a strike without certain of them going out-not, however, to prove the truth, but, on the contrary, to satisfy themselves of the delusiveness of the hopes which they were encouraged to cherish. During the " great- strike," as it was termed, the men were sent away from, about Brierley Hill, some to the United States and some to New Zealand. We believe that we are correct in stating that none remained out but certain ...
PARLIAMENTARY. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 16 October 1868
PARLIAMENTARY. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. Oil Tuesday, the Attorney-General stated that there had .as yet been no change in the Ministry since the previous meeting of Parliament, bat he. believed Mr. Ayers had a statement to -made. He would more that the Council adjourn until Thursday. Mr. Ayers seconded, and stated that Mir. Hay having been unsuccessful, His Excellency had entrusted him -with the formation of a Ministry, and he had every reason to believe he would be successful. Mr. Barrow stated that Mr. Hay, when en gaged in the attempt to form a Ministry, had ofiered Mm the post of Chief Secretary; but ?whilst-he felt the offer to be a compliment, lie -con-' sidered it his duty todecline.although k wis a land reformer. He did not, however consider himself bound to Mr. Hay's scheme. Mr. Mildred supported the motioh. Captain Bagofc rose to say that he had not heard any argument used in the recent discus sions to convince him that it was necessary to ! change the present system of dispos...
THE EARTHQUAKE IN SOUTH AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 16 October 1868
THE EARTHQUAKE IN SOUTH AMERICA. The earthquake at Callao on the 13th of August produced disasters of so appalling a nature as to beggar description^ After the sailing of the steamer on the 14th, and while the inhabitants were yet in the wildest consternation, a terrible conflagration broke out, which was not subdued' until a large number of houses were destroyed. At Arica the principal part of the town was destroyed, and numbers of persons who could not be got out of the houses were crushed- to death, Ihe loss of life was very great. The earth opened in many places, and shocks were' con tinually repeated for eighteen hours. The town is completely in ruins. The following vessels were in the harbourThe U.S.S. Wateree and Eredonia, barque Chaiiarcillo, American ship Kobs Biviera, French ship Eduardo, and the Peruvian corrette America. The Wateree is high and dry a quarter of a mile inland. The Fredonia is a complete wreck. The Rosa Riviera and Chanar cjillo are both wrecked. The Eduar...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 16 October 1868
} .ON SATURDAY, OCTOBER 24.18^. : ' AT Cft^'kRO^ ' %Y OEPER OF THE MORJi&AGEES. '' "-' - "T:' -. JOHN SMALL: is instructed to 'sell by auction, as above-. ..." Lot 1. " All that Piece of LAND situate in the Township | of V iC TORIA, being the Allotment num-1 bered 2 of the Slock numbered 39 of the V Section numbered 1469, in the Hundred of Kapunda, County of Light: Together trith the DWELLING-HOUSE and Pre """ mises thereon, now occupied by and known - jta the Property of Henry W Aitworth. Lot 2. r 'Ail that piece of LAND, sitriafce-in the Hundred of Kapunda,- County .of light, being the. Allotment numbered 25 - oi the Section: numbered 1403 in the said Hundred, laid ~ out as the Township of North Kapunda: Together with the DWELLING-HOUSE I 'and Premises erected thereon, known as j the property of David Davies. - Title, Real Property Act. ? Lot 3. All that piece or -pareel -of LAND,' containing ?] about one quarterof an acre, and being the i j. j -' v- Allotment numbered- .1...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 16 October 1868
T O ADVERTISERS in the KAPUNDA HERALD.-The following is the SCALE of DISCOUNTS on Advertisements . in tlie KAPUNDA HESALD, when prepaid: iierdons5:. ] ^-^^e Shilling, or 12£ per cent. iSe7r'tioM.8. j3*-T the Shilling, or 25 per cent. insertions.!! } 3^d- tbe Shilling, or 29£ per cent. 4&lt;L in the Shilling, or 38| per cent. The Scale of Charges is as follows: Two lines ... One Shilling. Three lines ... One Shilling and Sixpence. . four lines ... Two Shillings. Five lines ... Two Shillings sad Sixpence. Six lines Two Shillings and Sixpence. Each line more Four-pence. Figure, or Table-work Advertisements, charged at Sixpence per line throughout. All orders should he' legibly written on the face or back of advertisements } and,-where no order Is given, advertisements will be continued until 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 proprie to...
ADELAIDE CORN MARKET. Adelaide, October 15, 1868. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 16 October 1868
ADELAIDE CORN MARKET. | Adelaide, October 15,1868. ~ We have no alteration in the wheat and floor market to report. Several large sales of Floor took place at £12 per ton for;export, and the. price is now firm at this. "Wheat, howevQf, remains neglected and very dull. Bran and Pollard are less in demand. Barley remains scarce and firm. .Oats are without demand. We quote to-day:-Wheat, 6/ per bushel. Flour, £12 to £13 per ton.. Bran, 1/5 per bushel; Follard, 1/7; Cape Barley, 4/ to 4/3 . English ditto, 4/6 to 5/; Cape Oats, 3/ to 3/6; English ditto, 4/ to 5/. A. P. CHRISTEN & CO.:
KAPUNDA MARKET PRICES. "Kapunda Herald" Office, Friday, October 16, 1868. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 16 October 1868
1 KAPUNDA MARKET PRICES. "Kapunda Herald" Office, Friday, October 16, 1868. Wheat, new 4/ per bushel Hour, per ton, £12 . Ditto, per bag, 28/ to 30/ Ditto, per ft, 2£d ^ Bran, per bushel, 1/5 . Pollard, ditto, 1/8 ? " * T Potatoes, new, 2d per lb., old 7/ per cwfc. Bread, per 21b loaf, 4d. Beef, per lb, 3d to 4d Earns, (Eng.) ditto, 1/6; colonial bacon, Butter^ (Fresh) per lb, /6 to /7 Eggs, per dozen, /6 Apples, 6d per pound Pork, ditto, 4d to 6d Steaks and Chops, ditto, 4d Mutton, ditto, 2d and 3d Hay, per ton, best, 45/
WOOL-GATHERING. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 16 October 1868
WOOL-GATHERING. A correspondent sends us the following, which no doubt will be interesting to the uninitiated: " Although I do not doubt but that there are few persons in the neighbourhood of Kapunda who hare not witnessed the operation of sheep shearing, still to those few it may not be un interesting for them to read an attempted description of the ififcerior of a woolshed during the sheepfarmer's harvest. " Although to all appearances, especially to the novice, the wort seems to be comparatively easy, the shearer will. at once deny such an assertion; and I agree with him in thinking that, from the constrained position of the body and constant exercise, sheep-Shearing is as laborious a work as it is possible for a person to be engaged in. " The! shed of which I will endeavour to give a description employs about seventy persons, of whom forty-five are shearers-the remainder being required to assist in wool-picking, pressing, branding, &c. "After catching a sheep the operato...
CORRESPONDENCE. THE CREEK RESERVE. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 16 October 1868
CORRESPONDENCE. THE GREEK RESERVE. TO THIL EJ>ITOE. Sir-Can you tell me when the Corporation intend to fence intheGreek TbandReserve. There. Ixaxe already been some accidents there, and the probability is that if it is much longer left in its unprotected state we shall hear o£ others occurring. Seeing that the Government voted the amount requisite for completing the work, there should be no reason for such a delay in finishing it. . I am Sir, &c., RATEPAYER. [There is some plan under consideration by the Government as to how far the dams .in the reserve may be rendered available for the supply of water to the locomotives at the Kapunda Station. Should .these plans be approved, a con siderable amonnt of money would be expended by the Government in enlarging and deepening the dams ; and until this question is settled one way or another it would be useless for the Corporation to erect fencing, though we certainly agree that the sooner tins can be done the better it will bo f...
LOCAL COURT—KAPUNDA. MONDAY, OCTOBER 12. [Before J. Varley, Esq., S.M.] DEFENDED CAUSES. WELLS V. MONRO. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 16 October 1868
LOCAL COURT-KAP0NDA. MONDAY, OCTOBEB 12. [Before J. Yarley, Esq., S.MJ DEFENDED CAUSES. WEIXS V. MONBO. Action for £13. Mr. Emerson for plaintiff; Mr. Brady for defendant. On the application of Mr; Brady the case- was adjourned until Wednesday next on payment of costs of the day-the defendant not being able to attend. PEACE INPOEMAIION'. P. MABONEY V. J. COTKEE. Mr. Brady for the informant; Mr; Emerson for the defendant. The prosecutor not being In attendance, Mr. Emerson applied that the case might be die missed, or otherwise that the defendant's costs should be allowed. The informant having by this time arrived, the hearing was proceeded "with. Patrick Mahoney examined. By Mr. Brady-Was a farmer. Knew the defendant; saw him on the 1st of October in the township, and afterwards returning from his farm saw him lying on the ground shouting; he was on the road, and witness went close by him on horseback, when defendant threw down his hat and asked witness to come off and fight him; wi...
CLARE. October 14, 1868. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 16 October 1868
CLARE. [From our own Correspondent.] October 14, 1868. I The gold fever has evidently reached us, as some are daily leaving for the scene of action, and I am sure those who do go have the good wishes of those who are left behind. The weather has been very close again, hut it is now raining, and the change is very re freshing. I am sorry to have to report the appearance of red rust; hut it is only in self-sown crops. It is to be hoped it will go no further. There was not much interest shown at the late District Council election, Mr. T. Ninnes being the successful candidate. Our town is steadily improving in appearance. There are at the present time three new buildings going up, and a store being improved and carried out to its proper boundary.
HAMILTON. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 10. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 16 October 1868
HAMILTON. I SATURDAY. OCTOBER 10. I Present-All. Minutes of last meeting read and confirmed. Clerk reported, received list of voters from Redratli, and notice from Central Road Board to send a name for new member of that body. Letter from Mr. Cox, stating that the publications in Gazette of notices of alteration in assessment are not necessary. Application from Mr. J. McDougall for slaughtering license ; granted. Letters from various District Councils, relative to payment for copies of assessment roll. G-uarantee from Adelaide Assurance and Guarantee Company for clerk laid on table. Clerk furnished list of persons liable to serve as constables. Resolved, that the Council propose a rate of ninepence in the pound at meeting for adopting a rate. That as the Association of Chairmen of District Councils have nominated Mr. Warren, the Council agree in- such nomina tion. That Mr. Cox be -written to> drawing, his attention. to certain clauses in the Act which j guided> tlie Council in...
DISTRICT COUNCILS. WATERLOO. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 10. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 16 October 1868
DISTRICT COUNCILS. [ WATERLOO. SATURDAY. OCXOEEH 10. Present-Councillors S. Dawson (Chairman), Davison, Derwaldt, and Grooeli. Minutes of last meeting were read and confirmed. Bead, cir cular from the Central Road Board, requesting the Council to nominate one person to fill the vacancy occasioned by Mr. Everard's resignation; resolved, that Mr. Richard Holland, of Turret field, near Gfawler, be nominated. At the meeting for the election of Councillors, twelve gentlemen were nominated; Mr. H. M. Farldn and Mr. Wm. Heithersay were duly elected as Auditors by a show of hands.
HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 16 October 1868
HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY. On Tuesday a certificate Teas read from the President of the Court of Disputed Returns to the effect that the Court found that Mr. Dunn's election was rendered Toid by his acts; also, that a majority of the Court considered that Mr. Sogers was not duly elected; also that Mr. Dunn was to pay £150-petitioner's costs. On the motion of the Chief Secretary, Mr. Dunn's seat for Mount Barker was declared vacant, and a writ ordered to be issued for sup-_ plying the vacancy. Mr. Hay made a statement with respect to his attempt to form a Ministry. He had been suc cessful in obtaining colleagues in the Lower House, but failing to do so in the Upper House, he had thought it better to relinquish the attempt. He moved that the House adjourn until Thursday. Mr. Reynolds seconded, stating that Mr. Ayera was then engaged in forming a Ministry. Mr. Bright moved as an amendment, for the convenience of country members, that the House adjourn until Tuesday next. . If they met on Thurs...
HAMILTON. October 14, 1868. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 16 October 1868
HAMILTON. rFrom our own Correspondent,"] I October 14,1868. I I Bit down in despair to -write my weekly letter of news ; but, alas, what news can I write here in the " deserted Tillage ?" Have not all the news-makers and the news readers gone to the diggings F Has not the baker gone-is not the . butcher going ? Alas! yes. Waggoners, saddlers, hotel-keepers, gardeners, shoemakers, masons, and storekeepers, all gone or just going, and hardly a man left save the schoolmaster, who has to wend matutinally his solitary way to take care of the young fry left under his paternal charge, singing as he goes My heart's in the Highlands, My heart is not here; My heart's in the diggings A looking for the dear (gold)." Sow provoking it must be for him and such as him, who cannot stir from their daily employ ments, to hear of the gold being dug up in pound weight nuggets, and storekeepers weighing twelve pounds weight -in jt few days! Well, if we are going to have a golden age it will be good for a...
SKILLOGOLEE CREEK. October 5, 1868. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 16 October 1868
SKIIiLOGOLEE GHEES. [Prom our own Correspondent.^ October 5,1868- I I The proverb says " It's a poor liearfc that never uejoices," and we think so; and an anniversary quite enlivens us these dull times. On Sunday, September 27, and Monday, September 28, there fore,- I attended the anniversary services of the Bible Christian- Chapel, Hoyle's Plains. Two ex cellent sermons were preached afternoon and evening to crowded congregations, by the Rev. fi. Lang, from Watervale. On Monday, the usual tea and public meetings were held, presided over, by Mr. Paul Badcock. Addresses were de livered by rev. Messrs. Rock and .Lang, and Mr. 1. Beck. The Watervale choir rendered valuable assistance, and I must say cldseftfe, iiofc only credit for their flinging, which was deservedly applauded, but SOT the trouble they put themselves to,to Came such, a distance, through siidhwedther tie it wag on the- -Suaday^and it Jiot only ^howa -thftt our Water vale friends, are exceedingly good singers, but excee...
BIBLE CHRISTIAN CHAPEL ANNIVERSARY. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 16 October 1868
BLE CHRISTIAN CHAPEL ANNIYERSAHY. The anniversary services in connection with the Kapunda Bible Christian denomination -were celebrated on Sunday and Monday last. On the former day three sermons were preached-those in the morning and evening by the Rev. W. Richards, and that in the afternoon by the Rev. H. Bath.; there being a good attendance at each service. On the following day a tea meeting was held in the schoolroom, on which occasion the tables were profusely laden with good things, though the attendance was unfortunately rather small. In the evening a-public meeting was heldin the, chapel, at which, there was a very good attend ance. After the meeting had been opened with singing and prayer, the Rev. Mr. Hancock (the. pastor) said he had pleasure in stating that TTi> [ "Worship the Mayor had consented to take the chair and conduct the business of the meeting. The Chairman thanked the Trustees for the honour they had conferred upon him iu willing him to the position he now h...
THE MARQUIS OF BUTE AND THE CARDIFF ELECTORS. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 23 October 1868
THE MARQUIS OF BUTE AND THE CARDIFF ELECTOBS. Something must be done with the peers. They require looking after. They are showing signs of discontent with the condition in life in which Providence has placed them, and aspire to be commoners; or rather they desire to unite the franchises1 of coininoners with the privileges of peers. -The electioneering proceedings of Lord Hardwicke in Cambridgeshire were the subject of not altogether -favourable remark in the House of Commons early in the session. The still more extraordinary conduct of the Duke of Portland has been: commented upon in these columns; and, plunging since into a controversy ?with a country newspaper, the duke has advanced the most unconstitutional propositions in English quite as unconstitutional To these two peers enter, as stage directors say, the Marquis of Bute. This young noble many who is a minor, is now pursuing his studies in Christ Church, Oxford, and, we trust, making progress in .them satisfactory to his past...