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LOCAL COURT—KAPUNDA. MONDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1867. [Before J. S. Browne, Esq., S.M.. W. Oldham, Esq., J.P., was on the Bench a short time.] POLICE CASES. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 1 March 1867

LOCAL COURT-KAPUNDA. MONDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1867. [Before J. S. Browne, Esq., S.M. . W. Oldham, J5sg^<J.F>, was on the Bench a short time J ? , i SOUCE CASES. : ;.;.. . . William Tupp was brought up on a charge of! horse stealing, be having been apprehended as - having a horae similar ia description, and having the same brands as one which Nilan had given information had been stolen from him ; but now that Nilan was shown the horse, he said it was not his, and that he did not know the brands of the horse ho had lost. Michael Nilan examined. By the Court-(Tad lost a black horse with small star in forehead, whita spots on near shoulder, and a little white on hind fetlock; had not had the horse Ion?; he was branded, but witness could not say whit the brands were, as they were indistinct. By Corporal O'Brien-Had given a brand when he told the police of hU loss-from informa tion he obtained from the person he had bought it from-that it was branded HM on the near shoulder. By ...

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DISTRICT COUNCIL. BELVIDERE. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 23. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 1 March 1867

DISTKICT COUNCIL. BELVIDEBK SATURDAY, FKBRUABT 23. Present-The Chairman, and Councillors Kerr, Kickebuseh, and Macnamara. Resolved, that this District be brought under the operation of the Dog Act of 1860 ; that the place of registration be the District Council office; and that Michael Chreen be appointed Registrar. Resolved, that the invoices of the stationery and furniture supplied by Messrs. Brenton and Day be forwarded, together -with payment in cheque to the above-mentioned gentlemen, to be receipted by them. Resolved, that any person found cutting or re moving timber from any of the public roads -within this district, without authority from the Council, be prosecuted.

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CORRESPONDENCE. OUR FOOTPATHS. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 1 March 1867

CORRESPONDENCE. OUR .FOOTPATHS. TO THE EDITOR. Sir-It appears to me a most inconsistent mode of procedure on the part of our Corporation to allow storekeepers in the Main-street of Kapunda to be constantly receiving heavily-laden drays of wheat across the footpath, not only to the an noyance of the public who are passing up and down the street, but to the imminent peril and risk of both life and property. I maintain that a public thoroughfare, in the very centre of re spectable business establishments, should not be blocked up by teams of bullocks, who in their sluggish movements are often a considerable time in clearing the footpath, especially when the drays hare run foul of the kerbing, which is not unfre quently the case. The carters themselves, haying such liberties granted them, are by no means careful, but whip and slash with as much glee as if in the middle of a scrub, rather than in a cor porate town. Now that we have commenced to lay the foot path with flags, we do not wis...

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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 1 March 1867

WEEKLY CALENDAR. Day of Month and Week. Satday., Mar. 2 Sunday, " 3 Monday, Tuesday, " Wednesdy," Thursday, Friday, " SUN. Rises. Sets. a.m. 5.53 5.53 5.54 r^5S 5.56 5 57 5.58 p.m. «.34 6 32 6.31 i6.30 6.29 6.28 6.27 Moos. Rises. SettL ? ajn 2.33 3.28 4.26 5.25 6.26 7.29

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COLLIERY EXPLOSIONS IN ENGLAND. THE BARNSLY EXPLOSION. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 1 March 1867

EXPLOSIONS NR I ! F: :I , ENGLAND. : BARNSLE^ EXPLOSION . < ^£1' terrible. results. occurred |®.. D&CPfnDBr 12 in the Oaks Colliery, -about one fiiile and a half froni Barnsley, near,a village fepwn^as Hoyle mil,., the people Usrijig thererr almpfit all' of them either colliers. .or xelated tp ^1Ucx^^i^'7iMrtl^:^terV>i. o'clock: on that Afternoon startled by the sound of an explosion, which shook the ground like an earthquake.. Those w&tfVihitidefl t'o bfe bear the Qaks.Colliery i Bawj a':denfie Tolume of '8n)okeri88.uing from onel of the ahafts,iapid wipiire ip'madeavrare.of thereat of thpcalkmtt^, : "Within afew. minutes a iarge ofVonien and children,; collected "ion/the -jpitJ'bahk.' Most of.. these, were hal^-wiia!wiffi grief, :in. their frantic moye-i inentB from brie'!part;.'pf thebank to the btfaer, implored information' aboPtrelahyleSjWhom they" knew"tbbe-below." It. .was'knoVh that nearly 400 iiieri and bojta Were in thepit^ preparations irere ...

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THE KAPUNDA HERALD. Friday, March 1st, 1867. RAILWAY CHARGES. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 1 March 1867

THE XAPUNDA HERALD. a ,;r ; Friday, March 1st, 1867. RAILWAY CHARGES. : .Great excitement still prevails amoagsf^ theagriculturistsof the North? respecting?? the charges for the carriage of wheaton.* the railways. In another column wiHbe"" found the report of ameeting held In Kapunda on the subject, which, was one of several held in the district / during , » same week, all seeming to affirm that.aj further reduction in the traffic chargeson wheat must take place, to place the former on the same; footing with respect to reason- **' ableness of charge as his feUo w-colojufltS in the squatting and mining interests. 1 That the f >rmer rates ware high AS com pared with the asserted freightage on wool, <fec., was apparent long ago, and neajljf tw;o months hack we took occasion to show/ how excessively high were the rates levied by the railway for the transport of wheat as compared with the charges collected for. ^ other descriptions of traffic, and ascom-1 pared with the val...

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FLOY; (Continued from our last.) CHAPTER XX. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 1 March 1867

5., A- TAdfe, ; " JjTTTIiE' JACOB?'i' * St" ." '»'.. n-v.r- ? . - * v.- v I '' ' ?(Uffiitinued from our last:} :: CHATTES^XX. * \ * Is kili^pe ?' -!<»$«$ of^j? juaulwbQ answered j&yj&ocfc' Wtia;cjirtT sew- and & -response inthe ^affirmative, she ushered " me into the .pastor's; eaacWnii |i^;ht£a. k&Tj prese^pe.i^tieroppi is 5$£toc tity iteelfi'> - ? However that might be, it a Iplfeaisaiit "place:' foir- minis tflroygh ^jfin^t^qrjt; of _p^^op; vxi^ ,in;Jat an openiwiiidow, the Jedge of iwhich: was «3so The:othfet b'oo^-sDeJvfes, save a&pa^^erj|i^^r:lt^e' convenience:? of.; s r--rosewood diarnioniutn. ¥hfe 'iDgtraiBafent^ had ;beeti leftr open by a recent pe^forme'^ and it& Btand still 'rested '^e ,pi^^..Qf:.l.^i9^ ,4^uisjjtet morceau--of< Beethiawen's,; f'JesUj .jesu, refogijainitiosferuiii.''- ^TJpoto a table draped Kv! *al daqaaF]k 'cloth was d; fe&iider . aniber Tase-^l^mg jthrfte;,o^^.fo.u^, sjw^y^o...

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RAILWAY CHARGES ON WHEAT TRAFFIC. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 1 March 1867

RAILWAY CHARGES ON WHEAT TEAS'FIG. ? . '' ,Ai- somewhat small meeting of farmers was held at Crase's Boom on Saturday evening last tb 'rcossides the best method of -procedure to obtain a etill further redaction in the charges on wheat sent -per rail. Mr H. Kelly, J.P., was voted to the chair, and, on -taking it; said he mii6t be allowed to make a few remarks on the questioa for the con sideration of which they had met. He had been examined on a Select Committee on the railway, and there stated that the railway charges were very high, and pressed heavily on farmers, but that they would be content if the freisht from Kapuoda to the Port were to be reduced to £1 per ton for wheat. That concession, which was a large one, had been-granted. -Still he did not say £1 per ton was r a sufficient reduction, for he should like to see it reduced 3till further, but they must endeavour to effect it in a diffe rent way, and not use such language as had been used at some of the meetings-avoiding per...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 1 March 1867

. MolUmays - PiKs.*--Healthy - Homes:-^ Nine-tenths ofour ailments might be altogether prevented or ? directly cared if the faulty action vera set aright. 'This great end is ac complished with wonderful certainty "£nd aa*efty by Hollo way's 'Pills; which areadapted to the stout as well as ? to1 thefrail; and ,iafe equally ' suited to- every constitution and climate.' They purify $he" blood, that -seat of; life ainid source of: health",'and in its revivifying Streams diffuse jre-' gylarityand vigour throughout ihe'systein,' and give; every organ its proper natural ifunctidns Hollowa^B Pills have done for the bilioiiaand' low-spirited "What no wealth or' wisdom hare previouslyachieved-they hare putit into their power to conquer their piiserable feelihgs.-:4rfu£ <3 ALE OP LEASES OF MINERALi V '. '. . . LANDS. . V '. ; ' THURSDAY, MRGH 7, 1^67. Crown Lands tod litimigratioh Office,. . Adelaide, February 6, 1867. ! . NOTICE is hereby given that the right of mating Application ...

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MUNICIPAL CORPORATION. MONDAY, FEBRUARY 25. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 1 March 1867

MUNICIPAL CORPORATION. MONDAY, FEBRUARY 25. Present-His Worship the Mayor, Councillors Day, MacLaren, Pearce, Bowett, Thomson, Tyrie; and the Town Clerk. The minutes of the: previous meeting, were read and1 confirmed. " . His Worship said that had he been present .at the previous meeting he should have suggested that the loan for the dams should be £1,000, as it would take that auiouht to complete them. I CORRESPONDENCE. | Letter read from Mr James Canniffe, applying for the office of Inspector of Nuisances. j From Councillor Nock, recommending John | Quigley for work, if the Towa Clerk could em ploy him. Councillor Pearce stated that he bad been ap plied to that morning with reference to the office of Inspector of Nuisances, but he replied that it Would be necessary to make a written applica tion. - His Worship stated that he had also been ap plied to, and had told the ? applicants tfaaoffice would be advert is edfor tenders in th^Ho^hal manner. BEPOKTS. The Town Clerk stated that ...

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THE HANLEY EXPLOSION. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 1 March 1867

THE HANIIET EXPLOSION.' *^crS01i colliery explosion, which took I at Hanley, about four miles from TonBtsU although not _ calamitous a8 ^ the , ? Barnsley & the most serious tbat has Vet ? e Sfcaffo^dshijte dOal-field: J?».r®1^- °-the-Hlll Collieiy1 descended' to a Sv hi yatA a®d a seam of' gas coal had V K -teacher the worki^-of which was I known to be dangerous. Up to Thursday, De fembeir *L however, the care taken bad been successful. Everything went on as usual until SSI rd-^ : -Then the people on thW bank and those living within half 4 mile of the SLf' ??! earih ^twbedas if by an earth quake, and heard a smothered report, the meau I ing of which was too veil understood. Shortly ?j ra8hed; furiously iip one of -the' 1 #M*Mbe.!«>ofs-<>f thecot~ iv the roads, were covered With a bjadk Coating of soot; Large masses of ' c°al and seorthed -ana blackened timber were also hurled; up the shaft? and scattered about'at Tfee-sound of; the explosion and the shaking...

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ORIGINAL POETRY. THE COCKATOO. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 1 March 1867

''"'': a;-; ORlGli^AL. POETaY. T-'l ;; :i J X^*3GGEAT6O^ Til sing a modern sonp, at a very ancient . .; Gl ae .AustraJiaa f Gcrckatw, "Who p. large; . «.I ? >.r. - .?>. i. ? ::r. f:;; -' - -r -: ; : -Hisihut -wtttn bnilded -by himBelf, and ^one, Jie; i '-tl.i , .!.. j . ihailt tbe of: blaegmn slahftaiacLmade; : them tight and straight; jLikealiB&^uflti^anXirentleinao, :one,*of these! modem times'. ?? = .????;! rt»6f'beii m&de* 'of ? 'shingle, nil "ibe^' chimney: . stone and pug, .v.-nr..??: .vi "H^lpnFfdiri side SntlwiMde, totiti- he 8AdBit all ?' ' izz:s > And then;h^feafced:a'-:garden-&^ and" so hard in! itdng, .1^.1 «ss U/.-tr....:'. ? That "when he>went^to roost.at bight, he snoredj . .'* Upon SusTBg-*Xiike,&&.:;<iT O I He's hay bard! workto fenbe his land^ and scrape; " : - up cash iorrent; J I He's had. to borrow money twifee, and pay fifteen; ' percent"; ; 'Hft5 cattfts ;died; hiV tertj)syfete/bad ; his lor-! roVd...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 1 March 1867

BY OTRDER t>F ,^FRE ASSIGNEES OF MESSRS. G; &s|g lKINGSlSbROUGH. ON THE' SSE^I^, MAnjgBj, KAJgJNDA i On S^TUBDjiY, fid^H " 7't STOCK-II^^BS iOF Jk GENEBSALf ! TOHN SMALL will sell by auction as above, at 11 o'clock- , All the Stock-in-Trade of a GENjERAL STOKE, comprising- "r ' .. GROCERY Drapery ? j Ironmongery Glassware ? ' &C. : " "V" ^ Ixi Lots.io suit Purchasers. Terms-f-Cash. f No Reserve whatever. ? 'TBe^foek <Mnbeirspected at any time prior .to the Sale, and all information obtained from the Manager, Mr. Blackwell, who -will attend ?daily up tortheday of «ale atthe Establishment, ? from 10 a.m.> to .I.p,ra^»,for tthe piypose of re-, cemng thebopk debts. J r . v> ,i._ ^ilie TA3jUABEE: LEASE of above vrill be sold at 2 o'clock sharp. Tbe Premises consist of JSJJOJP fosty feet wide, .tbirty-S ve feet, deep, .-and out-.; buildings ac rear; and aLABGE Nfi W, W JblEAT. i "STORE, erected by the tenants^ "with right of way from South-terrace. - , ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 1 March 1867

To A D V E R t-i^E;'R; 6£nn":We KAPUNDA HERAtD.^^fefollowIi^is the SCALE of DISCOUNTS on ^fertwemeirts n the KAPTT?[PA ffffRAIJ). When prepaid: *>7»8118 8 I isd.irithfe'ShilliiifeWSB percent. iasexts&DSwi ; ; 9, 10, and 111 sij intheShilling,or29£ percent. . Inerttm^r jv* .*"'? i "«a insertion-l 4d. ui the Shilling, or SS| percent. daxtogSV**-* .whs -.f-ym, -The Srai3fi~ofChBTgeaisaB^foIIo-whi -it-" «MaL-? " - (WieShHfing Sad Sixpence. Jg--5NFO {^fillings. " - » VhwftineB-^... 'Two ^ijffingsand Sixpen.ee. flfthCCfe1"... "Ifro ShiHingS and Sixperfce.^ ^tttfliM«^>re '/S'dti-^etfcei 'i -®e-!» J «^{^^^Adv6rtUementB,charged. ^^broiipfeut.'0 ~ TheEABtlMi&fiEBjM WUhave^xten ifve circulation all over-theJNorthern Country' F .-/CTrrVi i- Sheaoak Loe, Greenock, Kun . Wlgy nw, -J _ . tt.^.y«fmfcrJPggdl«TQQ^and the COHlkv "*> bO'lt? isi rV;!":": ""« hisit S';'1.'StoTicfe """r' "'? '? aStMpw ^'&xfomce each' to «o6^8UbBmber»;i ^f^ltbaS^btoeCShiUtogi^o? Hfl JSt dtf...

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KAPUNDA MARKET PRICES. "Kapunda Herald" Office, Friday, March 1, 1867. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 1 March 1867

KAPUNDA MARKET PRICES. _ " Kapunda Herald " Office, Frida^, March 1, 1867. G-RAIN AND FODDBR- ~ Wheat, 3s 4d per bushel Flour per ton, £10 .. Ditto per bag, 22a Ditto per lb'2d

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ADELAIDE CORN MARKET. Adelaide Thursday, February 28. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 1 March 1867

ADELAIDE CORN MABKET. " Adelaide Thursday, February 28. >>'}B]aaineB8 in Whieat has-been rather dock dmingthe week, audthe; market is hardly so firm;' The scarcity of vessels prevents many orders fceing executed. "? Flouris In sood demand atjpur quotations* . ;Bfan- and'^ollard are^jtDEoewhat firmer, and supplies Are hardlyjj^natW the demand. . : Barley and Oats are much neglected. Our quotations to-day are as follow : Wheat, 4/ to 4 /0£per bushel, at the Fort, 3/9 [ to 3/fb in Town; Flour, jEIO to £11 per ton; 1 Bran, /9£ to /10 per bushel; Pollard, 1/ to 1/1; Cape Barley, 2/9 to 3/; English do., 3/6 to 4/3 ? Cape Oats, 3/ to 3/6; English do., 3/6 to 4/6. ! - A. F. CHBISTEN & CO.

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DISTRICT COUNCILS. KAPUNDA. SATURDAY, MARCH 2. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 8 March 1867

DISTKrCT COUNCILS. KAPUNDA "SATOKDAY, MABCH 2. Present-Tne Chairman aud Councillors Ford, Keliy, and Oldham. | Tiie minutes of the previous meeting were I read and confirmed. Five tenders received for Ranger and Inspector of Brands and Slaughterhouses combined, vary ing from £30 to £100 per annum. That. of J. Daly, at £30, accepted. Clerk instructed to proceed with repair of road at Dunden's corner; also crossing of creek at Huggins'e. Resolved, that the Chairman and Mr Oldham) with the Surveyor, inspect the bridge near Mr Orchard's. Resolved, that notice be given in Kapunda Herald to all persons requiring Slaughtering Licences to send in their applications on or be fore the 10th, for consideration at next meeting. Mr Olcham here intimated his intention of resigning office, when it was resolved that the consideration of electing a Councillor in place of Mr Stokes be gone into at next meeting. The Clerk; at request of Council, read a letter received by him in September last from Chai...

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THE BAPTIST BAZAAR. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 8 March 1867

THE BAPTIST BAZAAR. Our Baptist friends have added mtich to tfas ecclesiastical architecture of 3£ap'unda in the erection of their new chapel in Bill-street, which attracts the attention of all visitors to Kapunda by its commanding appearance. The exterior of this place ofwotshrp has been conf pleted for some time past, and the lower portion of the building,-whith is intended for a echoob room, has furnished a beautifully cool and com modious place of worship to large congregations for the last three months. The chapel proper i& now rapidly approaching towards completion, and when &nished the Baptists will certainly have the largest and most, substantial place of worship in the Colony outside of Adelaide. Large buildings necessitate large means, and we understand the various friends of the Sap* tist cause, and other Christian friends, have -%ome forward most liberally with funds, espe cially considering the commercial depression which has prevailed during the past Jy...

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MISCELLANEA. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 8 March 1867

j MISCELLANEA. THE DISCOVERY OF HIDDEN WATEII. -< Jceasionalij- all have heard of the use of the divining rod, and lately some curious reports respecting means employed at the Cape of Good Hope have been published. A letter from Paris, brought out by the last mail, reports on the subject the following curious alleged facts: -" Our own private interests have bi-en all ab sorbed bv the arrival of the Abbe Richard, the great discoverer of the hidden water beneath the earth, and the successor of the celebrated Abbe Paramelle, in the wonderful and still occult gift of divining the presence of a spring beneath the ground, wbicli presents to the eye nothing but a barren surface of sand and chalk. Progress is visible in every science. That of the divining rod, as well as every other, has, there fore, progressed; aud the Abbe Richard sur passes the Abbe Paramelle, inasmuch as his facility in proclaiming the presence of water is founded on calculation rather than instinct, and is, ...

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THE NOVEMBER METEOR SHOWERS. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 8 March 1867

THE NOV EMBER METEOR SHOWERS. In the night between Tuesday and yes terday they who chosed to watch, and were not discouraged by the doubts of astrono mers, were rewarded with a spectacle which cannot be imagined or forgotten. The sky was unusually clear, and, till about an hour before midnight, it made no sign, and the eye turned in vain to the east, as men look at a fortress that will not give the challenge. But when the irregular circle of stars that had been indi cated by former observers had well cleared the horizon, and moved some points to the south, first one meteor and then another shot across the sky in various regions and with various directions, but plainly from that one quarter. The spectator had soon counted half a dozen ; then he felt sure he ' had seen thirty ; then six or seven in a 1 minute} then they appeared faster than he could count them. Then there came two or three together; then not less than a dozen of all kinds. S jine shot across the heavens, leaving lorg,...

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