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THE "KAPUNDA HERALD." Saturday, October 29th, 1804. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 29 October 1864

THE "KAPUNDA HERALD."   Saturday, October 29th, 1864. It is somewhat difficult now-a-days for a new paper to make its introductory bow with the slightest pretence to originality. On occasions like these we are apt to be so blushingly modest, yet so heroically self-conscious; so independent yet so conciliating; such disinterested champions of everybody's rights, yet so candid in the disclosure of most undeniably "com-   mercial" motives; in a word, we are always so alarmingly virtuous in intention, so fully equipped with all accessories   needed in carrying out our benevolent   intentions, and above all, so very much   wanted, that the last new-comer is apt to   feel rather at a loss how to establish a claim to public notice which may hear the   faintest comparison with those originally put forth by his illustrious colleagues. It has, therefore, occurred to us that probably there might be wisdo...

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THE NORTHERN TERRITORY. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 29 October 1864

THE NORTHERN TERRITORY. The quarrel between Mr. Finniss and his subordinates will in due time become the   subject of Parliamentary inquiry; and on that score alone it would be right to refrain from expressing an opinion on the matter;   had it not already been so freely ventilated in other quarters, that a few additional re- marks on our part are not very likely to affect the result. Judging from the state     of things disclosed in the despatches al- ready received, the early troubles of the infant settlement—if anything so utterly   unsettled can properly thus be termed—are such as to furnish an instructive lesson to   all Colonizing Governments in the great   art of "how not to do it." The strength of the party does not from the very first appear to have been properly apportioned to the duties which it was called upon to perform. For a light surveying expedition, intended to make a cursory...

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GROSS PURPOSES. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 29 October 1864

CROSS PURPOSES. The Battle of the Crossing has assumed quite formidable dimensions, as the Attor- ney-General hinted the other day that it was not in the paescience of man to fore- cast the issue. As is usually the case, people are beginning to take both sides   and if the matter be not speedily brought to a pacific termination, our vast metro- polis will be in a state of ferment which not all the floods of the reservoir, even if applied in the most skilful manner under the especial superintendence of the Attor- ney-General, will be able to subdue. The affair is, in good sooth, supremely ridiculous. The absurdity of the hide and seek guerilla warfare between the invasive Mayor and the tenaciously resistant Superintendent of Railways is only to be matched by the farce of dragging the later gentleman into Court, and getting him fined for doing what it was undoubt- edly within his province to have done. It is clear to us, however, that the chief blame of these childish pro...

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THE INNOCENT CONVICT. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 29 October 1864

THE INNOCENT CONVICT. Some years ago, passengers in a vessel bound for Botany Bay were very much struck by the appearance of a female con- vict who was on board. She was a very beautiful woman, and appeared to be only fifteen or nineteen ; her elegant manners were as striking as the beauty of her per- son. To these charms she added one still   more powerful—great modesty, and strict propriety of deportment. It was this quality, so extraordinary in the most abject situation, which called forth the attention of her superiors. The captain of the vessel was requested to examine the reg(i)ster,     which was sent with every convict, de- tailing their offence and their sentence, and inform the passengers what had been the   crime of a creature who appeared so lovely. He found that her name was Mary Green,   and that she had been convicted on the   clearest evidence of stealing a card of lace from a shop in Oxfor...

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THE "KAPUNDA HERALD." Saturday, November 5th, 1864. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 5 November 1864

THE "KAPUNDA HERALD."   Saturday, November 5th, 1864. The good town of Kapunda is making rapid strides in the path of material pros- perity and we view it as a matter of self-   congratulation that we are placed in a position enabling us to identify ourselves   with the future progress of this rising place. Nor would there appear to be any immediate limit to the career of steady improvement upon which it has lately entered, if the probable per- manence of the conditions which have conduced to that improvement can be viewed as an earnest of its continuance. Foremost amongst these is our advan- tageous position at the terminus of the Northern Railway, which already gives to Kapunda the character of a central em- porium for the agricultural and pastoral districts of the North, and will impress that character upon it yet more definitely as soon as enlarged storeage accommoda- tion, increased rolling stock, and a more liberal scale of charges, shall...

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LOCAL COURT, KAPUNDA. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1864. [Before J. S. Browne, Esq, S.M.] MULLEN v. DAWSON. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 5 November 1864

LOCAL COURT, KAPUNDA. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1864 [Before J. S. Browne, Esq , S.M] MULLEN V. DAWSON Application by Mr.Huggins to sign judgment.   Mr. Palmer, for the defendant, produced a rule nisi with stay of proceedings of the Supreme Court. Adjourned to enable applicant to apply to a Judge of the Supreme Court, under sec. 52   of the Local Court Act. HANLIN V. HILLS Mr. Huggins applied on behalf of the defen- dant for further and better particulars of a horse referred to in the plaint. The Magistrate thought the plaint not bad, and made no formal order, Mr. Palmer undertaking to furnish the brands of   the horse if obtainable. HALL V. WHITE Mr. Palmer applied for a new trial on grounds. Mr. Huggins opposed. Granted. KEARNES V. O'LOUGHLIN—An application by Mr. Huggins, for Messrs. Belt, (?)ullen, & Wigley,     on behalf of defendant for an order to refer. Mr. Palmer, for plaintiff, consenting, the order was mad...

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LOCAL COURT—KAPUNDA. LIMITED JURISDICTION—CIVIL SIDE. MONDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1864. [Before Messrs. J. S. Browne, and Dr. Tallis, J.P.]. EMSLIE v. TUCKFIELD. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 12 November 1864

LOCAL COURT—KAPUNDA. iiivxtsd jobibdiction—cltil SlDK. Monday, novembeb 7, 1864. PBafore Mesne. J. S. Browne, and Dr. Tallis, J.P.J. F.MgrfrR v. Tbckfiecd, Summons on unsatisfied judgement. The de fendant was absent. Ordered to pay 5s. a week. Painton v. Sabihe. Summons on unsatisfied judgement. The de fendant, who was absent, being proved to have a bank situation at the Port, was ordered to pay the amount Is.) within a month. Daties v. Crittenden. Mr. Budall for defendant. Action for loss and damages to the amount of 4l, sustained by a breach of contract on the part of the defen dant, who had engaged plaintiff to ruse stone at the rate of Is. Id, ;per.mason's yard, seventy* five per cent, of the amount due to be paid on every ten yards rai-ed. Plaintiff proved the raising of eight and a-half loads, of which six hud been removed by defend tnt; bat on cross examination, admitted the sale of half a load aftsr payment had been refused by the latter. The defence went to show some neglec...

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FULL JURISDICTION. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1864. [Before Messrs. J. S. Browne, S.M., C. H. Barton, J.P, W. O[?]dham, J.P., and Dr. Blood, J.P.] [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 26 November 1864

FULL JURISDIC TION. Thursday, November 24, 1864. [Before Messrs. J. S. Browne, S.M., C. H.   Barton, J.P, W. Oldham, J.P., and Dr. Blood, J.P.] An application for an auctioneer's license by W. G. Goodchild was granted.   PICKFORD V. TULLY. Summons on unsatisfied judgment for £24 12s. 4d. The defendant not appearing, an order was made for the payment of the a amount by instal- ments of 1 s a week.   A Jury was then called in the case Allen v.   Stob e, which, however not being ready to come   on, they were informed by the Court that their services would not be required. Some amusement was created by the fact of the (m)embers of this jury all bearing the same family name. HANLIN V. HILES Action for 10 ? damages for trespass and alienation of property belonging to plaintiff, to   wit, a light (b)ay colt, the plaintiff's property,       which was deme by the defendant. Mr...

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MAGISTERIAL CASES. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 26 November 1864

MAGISTERIAL CASES. Crown Lands Ranger v. Patrick Lenihan.— Information for keeping an unregistered dog.   Fined £3 and costs. Information against Patrick Shanahan, by the same officer, for a similar offence. Withdrawn.   In Thomas Hanlin v. Anne Hanlin, and Thomas Hanlin v. Anne Hanlin and George Hanlin. For assault. The defendants were fined 5s. and   costs for each offence, and ordered to enter into   their own recognizance in £20 to keep the   peace for twelve months. In Anne Hanlin v. Thomas Hanlin. — Breach   of peace information. The defendant was   ordered to enter into his recognizance in £20, with one security, to keep the peace for twelve months Andrew Collins v. Richard Callaghan and Denis McLoughmy, for abusive and insulting   language, calculated, to cause a breach of the peace. This was simply a Sunday's Baker's Flat   shindy, and was worthily disposed o...

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LOCAL COURT, KAPUNDA. LIMITED JURISDICTION—CIVIL SIDE. MONDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1864. [Before J. S. Browne, Esq., S.M.] SUMMERVILLE v. SHORT. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 10 December 1864

LOCAL COURT, KAPUNDA. Limited Jurisdiction—Civil Side. Monday, December 5, 1864. [Before J. S. Browne, Esq., S.M.]     SUMMERVILLE V. SHORT. Mr. Palmer applied to bare tbe Clerk's deci- sion as to non-taxation of the costs accruing in this case reviewed. An order was given for taxation of costs by the Clerk. HUGGINS V. HANLIN Action to recover the amount of a promis- sory note, with interest. Mr. Benham for the plaintiff. The debt was proved, and admitted by de- fendant, who, upon being sworn, deposed to having declared himself insolvent in January   last, which act was subsequently annulled. Plaintiff's claim was included in the list of debts. Judgment for £5 0s. 6d. MAGISTERIAL CASES Mary Jane Williams was charged by Sarah Rees with throwing stones at her last Friday, on a public road, near Barbarey's. The informant who like the prisoner, is a Welshwoman, gave her evidence through an in- terpreter, and stated that she was subjected to the sam...

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LOCAL COURT—KAPUNDA. LIMITED JURIDICTION. MONDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 1865. [Before J. S. Browne, Esq., S.M., aid Dr. Tallis, J.P.] KEENAN v. VILE. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 24 February 1865

LOCAL COURT—KAPUNDA. Limited Jurisdiction. Monday, February 13, 1865. [Before J. S. Browne, Esq., S.M., and Dr. Tallis, J.P.] KEENAN V. VILE AFFILIATION. — Mr. Rudall for defendant. Plaintiff said she had only received £16 in eighteen months; the child was two years and nine months old; had not received any regular sum, but a £5 note occasionally. Order made for 5s. per week, and costs. THOS. HANLIN V. GEO. HANLIN. This was an action for assault. The plaintiff deposed that on Sunday, the 15th day of Jan- uary last, while he was sitting on the sofa in his own house, his wife took his pocket- book and ran away with it into the kitchen; followed her and caught her by the dress as she was going in, she then flung the book into the kitchen, and called out to their son George for help; George then came and struck him with his right hand on the neck, which was still sore; he also beat him about the arm, cutting it in two places, until he let go his wife—he beat him with his hands. He went ...

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THE HOUSEWIFE'S CORNER. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 17 March 1865

THE HOUSEWIFE'S CORNER. Cup Cakes.—Rub a little butter over the in- side of some teacups, sift a little loaf sugar over the butter, and put at the bottom of each cup a few currants; then make a paste of equal proportions of egg, sugar, and flour ; half fill each cup with this paste, and bake till the top is of a full brown. Pavtltoh Cakes.—Mike a dough of flour one and a-half lbs., butter half lb, loaf-sugar half lb., two eggr, a little milk, a few drops of the essence of lemon, and a quarter of an ounce of volatile salts. JRoll this dough into a sheer, one eighth of an inch in thickness, and cut it out with a plain round cutter of three and a half inches in diameter, put these cakes so as not to touch each other on a tin, brush the tops of them over with egg, well beat up, and then cover the tops with bits of almonds and sugar, in equal quantity, the sugar and almonds being about the sizs of peas, press down the almonds a little,, remove upon other tin?, slightly but tered, and bak...

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POLICE CASE. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 24 March 1865

POLICE CASE DRUNKENESS.—On the information of Police- trooper Kidney, Thomas Hanlin was charge   with being drunk and disorderly, and fined 5/.  

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LOCAL COURT—KAPUNDA. MONDAY, JUNE, 5. [Before J. S. Browne, Esq., S.M., and Dr. Tallis, J.P.; Dr. Blood was on the Bench part of the day.] POLICE CASES. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 9 June 1865

LOCAL COURT—KAPUNDA. Monday, Junk, 5. {[Before J. S. Browne, Esq., S.M., and Dr. TalUe, J.P.; Dr. Blood waB on the Bench pari; of the day.] ■"* ^ . Poltce Cases. George, an aboriginal, was charged with rape on a girl, daughter of Mr Phillips, elevea years old, sear Hamilton. In the absence of the witnesses the case was remanded for a week. Patrick MacDermott was charged with drun kenness and resisting the policd on Saturday evening. Prisoner pleaded guilty and was fined 5/ for the former, and JE2 for the latter offence. Allowed one week to pay. v - Unsatibfied Judgments. £iKona.rd and Wife v. Ga.bha.ghty. cPalmer for plaintiff, Mr Hoggins for de fendant. " Tbw was an action for plaintiff's costs, £2 i&fBr Order made for 5/ per week. Schramm v. Baffin. Execution had been issued, and a return of no effects had been made. The amount of the war rant was j£l4 8/2. James Baffin examined: By Mr Budall—Was a carpenter, in employ ment, earning £3 per week; had no property; had sold h...

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LOCAL COURT—KAPUNDA. MONDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1865. [Before J. S. Browne, Esq., S.M.] CIVIL SIDE. DEFENDED CAUSES. CHURCHILL V. JELLETT. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 6 October 1865

LOCAL COURT—KAPUNDA. Monday, October 2,1865. fBefore J. S. Browne, Esq., S.M.] Civil Side. Defended Causes. CHURCHXLIj v. JELI.ett. Claim for balance of account, £3 IS J Id. Mr Benham for plaintiff. Tills was an action to recover balance of ac count, with interest added, to which defendant pleaded that he had not ordered two door-jams, which plaintiff had supplied, but admitted having used them after they had been laying at his place for about three months; and said it was not long since that he bad paid plaintiff something on account, and he had never sa:d anything about summoning him, or adding in terest to the account. Verdict for plaintiff for amount claimed, less interest, viz., £3 7/3d. Churchill v. Tonkin. Action for £3 19/L0d. Mr Benham for piaintiff. Debt admitted. Plea for time. Order made for 5/ per week for amount claimed, which includes interest. YV. Rowett v. T. Duell, j cm. Claim for £11 9s. for breach of contract, and £1 on account of overpayment for bay de livered. ...

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LOCAL COURT—KAPUNDA. MONDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 1865. (Before J. S. Browne, Esq., S.M.; and H. G. Kelly, Esq., J.P.] POLICE CASES. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 17 November 1865

LOCAL COURT—KAPUNDA. MONDAY, NOVEMBER 13,1865. [Before J. S. Browne, Esq., S.M.; and H. G. Kelly, Esq., J .P.] POLICE CASES. James Kearney was fined 5/ for drunkenness. James Macnamara was charged with drunken- ness and indecent conduct. Police-trooper Kidney deposed that on Satur- day night he was told prisoner was running an entire horse about the streets, to the danger of passers-by, he being intoxicated; took the horse away from him and locked him up. Fined 10/. MAGISTERIAL Timothy MAloney was charged on the informa- tion of the police with drunkenness and dis- orderly conduct.   Prisoner was fined 10/ and witnesses' ex- penses.     JELLETT V. MARY FORD. Assault. In this case the defendant was charged with assaulting the daughter of Mr Thomas Jellett, and pleaded not guilty. Thomas Jellett examined : By the Court—On the 7th of November there was a disturbance in his house (the Miners' Arms) which necessitated his giving defendant's &amp...

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LOCAL COURT—KAPUNDA. LIMITED JURISDICTION, MONDAY, JANUARY 15. [Before J. S. Browne, Esq., S.M.] APPLICATION. DODD v. FORD. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 19 January 1866

LOCAL COURT—KAPUNDA. LIMITED JURISDICTION MONDAY, JANUARY 15. [Before J. S. Browne, Esq., S.M.] APPLICATION DODD V. FORD Mr Palmer applied for the particulars in this case to be amended. The plaint set forth that the plaintiff claimed £37 2/, for damages sustained by defendant's breach of conditions of sale by auction, on the 20th November last. Mr Palmer urged that the plaint should state such facts out of which the alleged tort arose, as to enable the defendant to prepare for his defence. Mr Huggins appeared to oppose, and sub- mitted that in an action for damages it was un- necessary to set forth facts other than those that appeared in the plaint. The Special Magistrate decided that the facts out of which the action arose should be set forth sufficiently to enable the defendant to prepare for his defence, which was not done in this instance. The application was granted as asked for, with costs. DEFENDED CAUSES MOYLE V. MANNING Claim for 17/. Settled out of Court. MAGISTERIAL JOHN...

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OPENING OF FORESTER'S COURT AT HAMILTON. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 9 February 1866

OPENING OF FORESTER'S COURT AT HAMILTON. On Friday evening a Court in connection with the Ancient Order of Foresters was opened at Mr Mitchell's new house, the Farmers' Home, Hamilton. The District Officers attend- ine for the purpose of opening the Lodge were D.C.R Matthews. D S. Durieu, and D.T. Howe, who were assisted by a number of officers of the Kapunda and other Courts. Sixteen members were initiated into the mysteries of the craft,   and eight others stand for initiation. The Court was named the Farmers Home, No 4,286, and the following were appointed its first officers:—P.C.R. Downing, of Court Hamilton Retreat, as C.R.; Brother Young, of Court Bush- man's Pride, S.C. R.; Bro. T. Heithersay, Se- cretary : Bro. T. Mitchell, Treasurer; Bro. T. H. Thomas, S.W.; Bro. Strickland, J.W.; Bro. E. Stilling, S.B.; and Dr. Blood was elected as Surgeon. It was determined that the next meeting should take place on Saturday, February 10, and the following meetings to be held...

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LOCAL COURT—KAPUNDA. MONDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 1866. [Before J. S. Browne, Esq., S.M.] POLICE CASE. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 9 February 1866

LOCAL COURT—KAPUNDA. MONDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 1866 [Before J.S. Browne, Esq., S.M.]   POLICE CASE   Patrick Considine was charged with being drunk, and also drunk and disorderly. Fined 5/ for first, and 10/ for second charge. CRIMINAL       BELL V. HENRY. Settled out of Court. RAFFIN V. SAYERS Charge of unlawful assault. Tne prisoner pleaded guilty with provocation. James Raffin examined: By the Court—Was in Crase's bar a fortnight back, when Ferrier and Sayers were bargaining for a horse, Ferrier agreeing to give £2 on Sayer's bargain ; Sayers said he gave £40; Ferrier asked the man who sold it, and he said it was only £35 he gave, on which sum he would only give £ 2, when Sayers said it was owing to what he (Raffin) had said, and struck him. Sayers said that provoking language had been used, but had not brought any witnesses. Fined 10/, and 30/ costs. TILLING V. TREVENA.   Mr Palmer for plaintiff; Mr Benham f...

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TUESDAY, MARCH 20, 1866. [Before His Worship the Mayor.] [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 23 March 1866

TUESDAY, MARCH 20, 1866. [Before His Worship the Mayor] George Hanlin was brought up under a search warrant, issued on the application of Thomas Hanlin, charged with unlawfully having in his possession, certain goods belonging to informant. Thomas Hanlin examined. By the Court—The two stools produced were his, they were worth from 1/6 to 2/, and, counter- pane produced was also his; had never given it away or sold it, considered it his property ; its value might be 1/. By the prisoner—The large stool was stolen from under his bed and the small one from out of his bed-room; took the large stool out of the kitchen; claimed all that was within the garden fence; prisoner was living in the kitchen with the woman he (witness) called his wife; she was living there when witness took the stool; could not say to the day when he took it away,   but it was sometime in 1865; made no assign- ment of furniture in 1863; their was a bailiff's sale at witness's place, but would swear nei...

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