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QUEENSLAND. April 8. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 12 April 1878

QUEENSIiiLND. April 8. further search confirms the report ot the ■wreck of the ship Merchant. Revenue for past nine months—Beceipts, £1,175,319, an increase of £84,688 on last year. Expenditure, £1,068,888, against £926,445 last year. Loan expenditure £689,871.

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MONTHLY CALENDAR—APRIL. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 12 April 1878

MONTHLY CALENDAR—APRIL. Day of Month and Week. Suit. Moon. Rises, Sets. Rises. Sets. A.M. P.M. A.M. P.M. Monday 1 6 17 5 52 4 45 4 41 Tuesday 2 6 18 5 51 5 42 5 5 Wednesday 3 6 19 5 49 6 36 5 28 Thursday 4 6 20 5 48 7 34 5 57 Friday 5 6 20 5 46 8 31 6 30 Saturday 6 6 21 5 45 9 30 7 9 Sunday 7 6 22 5 43 10 28 7 57 Monday 8 6 23 5 42 11 22 8 55 Tuesdav 9 6 23 5 41 p.m. 10 1 Wednesday 10 6 24 5 39 1 0 11 11 Thursday 11 6 25 5 38 1 41 A.M. Friday 12 6 26 5 37 3 15 0 26 Saturday 13 6 27 5 35 2 46 1 39 Sunday 14 6 27 5 34 3 18 2 51 Monday 15 6 28 5 33 3 48 4 3 Tuesday 16 6 29 5 32 4 20 5 15 W'g nesday 17 6 30 5 31 4 55 6 27 ihur6day 18 6 31 5 30 5 38 7 38 Friday 19 6 31 5 28 6 28 8 50 Saturday 20 6 32 5 27 7 28 9 53 Sunday 21 6 33 5 26 8 33 10 51 Monday 22 6 34 5 25 9 39 11 41 Tuesday 23 6 35 5 23 10 46 P.M. Wednesday 24 6 35 5 22 11 49 0 58 Thursday 25 6 36 5 21 A.M. 1 29 Friday 26 6 37 5 19 0 47 1 57 Saturday 27 6 38 5 18 1 45 2 22 Sim day 28 6 39 5 17 2 40 2 46 Monday 29 6 39 5 16 3 34...

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NEW SOUTH WALES. Sydney, April 8. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 12 April 1878

NEW SOUTH WALES. Sydney, April 8. 1 Colonel Scratchley left for Melbourne on Saturday. Pastor Allen continues his Sunday services in Hyde Park, but there are no disturbances, For the agricultural department in the forth coming Exhibition there are about 2,000 entries, and for non-agricultural about the same. The proceedings instituted against Pastor .A Hen for disorderly conduct ended in the case being dismissed without costs. The Parliamentary business to-morrow in cludes motions for the appointment of a com mission to enquire into the working of the land la w and the establishment of a " Hansard.'' Sydney, April 9. During this morning's gallops at Rand wick Chester and Calamia, after cantering ran a fast mile, the former finishing in the best form. Pardon and Savanka are doing well. B readstufEs are quiet but steady. Town flour, £14 15s. to £15 10s. ; country, £1-4 5s. to £14 10s. Wheat is nominal; there are no buyers. Sydney, April 9. In the Assembly to-day Mr. Driver charac teri...

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IMPOUNDING NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 16 April 1878

IMPOUNDING NOTICES. STIRLING NORTH, Section 867, Ed ward Evans, Poundkeeper,—One chestnut horse, L over S near shoulder, like half-circle over J off shoulder. Will be sold April 25, at noon. DUTTON, Section 222, (nearest Post-Office, Dutton), M. Homdorf, Poundkeeper.—One bay horse, blaze down face, white fore and hind legs, rope on neek, branded like PCC near rump. Will be sold April 22, at noon. KOOLUNXxA, Section 164, (nearest Post Office, Eoolunga), James Young, Pound keeper.—One grey mare, like anchor brand off shoulder, off fore foot bumbled. Will be sold April 30, at noon. LAURA, J. R. Sulzmann, poundkeeper.— One grey mare, branded like S on near shoulder. Will be sold April 20, 1878, noon. GRACE PLAINS (nearest Post-Office, Mallala), W. H. Marsh, Poundkeeper.— One grey mare, like B off shoulder, brand not plain near shoulder, aged. Will be sold April 22, noon. HANSON, (nearest Post-Office, Koormga), J. Peak, jun., Poundkeeper.—One bay mare, black points, star, collar and sadd...

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FACIAL ORATORY. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 16 April 1878

FACIAL ORATORY. The greatest facial orator this country ever produced was probably Tom Cor win. He may have had one or two equals among comedians, but never as a stump orator. Corwin could at any time convulse an audience of ten thousand simply by mating up faces. We have seen him answer " ticklish" questions put by an auditor, by simply looking out in a comical way from under his shaggy eyebrows. But Corwin, the matchless stump orator, loft nothing behind him. He was not much of a states man, an indifferent financier, and only a moderate lawyer. His contemporaries will not forget him. But be left, nothing for posterity, not even enough for a crit ical opinion. The next generation will know nothing of the secret of his power. They will be slow to understand how such an orator was more effective on the stump than Henry Clay. The mobile face be comes at last rigid, and tbe fame of the man is traditional, and finally he has no sure place among the leaders of tbe world. There is a kind ...

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BURNING A WOMAN TO DEATH. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 16 April 1878

BURNING \ WOMAN TO DEATH. William White, fifty-nine, described as a builders' laborer, was indicted on the 6th February for wilfully and of malice aforethought killing and murdering Louise White, his wife, on 21st Decem ber last at .Leicester It appeared from the evidence that prisoner and his wife had some altercation on the evening men tioned. The prisoner was undoubtedly the worse for liquor, but his wife, although very angry about something did not appear to have been under the in fluence of drink. High words passed between them, and the man wa's heard by a neighbour and his "ife to threaten that he would throw a paraffin lamp, which was at the time standing on a table, at his wife. The house at the time was in total dark ness, but a smash was heard by a person living next door, and on his rushing into the prisoner's house he found the wife, as he described it in his own terms like a statuo surrounded hv flames from head to foot." At the time of his entering the house the prison...

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A SPARROW'S POWER OF REASONING. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 16 April 1878

I A SPARROW'S POWER OF REASCmSTG. A curious story, illustrative of the . intelligence and reasoning power, and . perhaps of the characteristic rascality also, of the little twittering miscalled : English sparrows,3' now so common ■ in all our principal towns and cities, is related by a friend, who had it from the witness himself, who saw the occurrence. The gentleman, who resides in New York, had erected, last spring, in his back yard, a large box for swallows' nests. It was di vided into three rows, each containing four compartments. These were all speedily taken possession of by a dozen pairs of sparrows, and the busi ness of making nests proceeded amidst the customary chirruping din of these fussy and pugnacious fellow colonists. Sitting idly at the window one Sunday watching the birds, the gentleman saw one cock-sparrow come flying to his place with a fine, soft white feather in his bill. The box was so placed that he could see into the apartments, and he saw this bird fix the f...

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TAKEN AT A WORD. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 16 April 1878

TAKEN AT A WOED. A story (says tlie Bombay Gazette) is going the rounds whieli, if notstrictly vero, is at any rate ben trovato, and too good to be lost. A young sub-lieu tenant left his regiment a short time ago on sick leave, and put up at the best hotel, not a hundred miles from Poon ach, where he was immediately smitten by the attractions of a lovely maiden who was staying there. He proposed, was accepted, and the happy day was fixed- The eolonel, however, disap proved of sub-lieutenants getting mar ried, and particularly the marriage of the sub in question. As he happened to be a friend of the young man's father, he thought to prevent the union of the fond couple by sending a per emptory telegram couched in the fol lowing words : " Join at once." The son of Mars was in despair. He pre sented himself before his intended with the fatal missive in his hand, and anything but a look of pleasure in his countenance ; but the lady was equal to the occasion. With a blush of maidenly sim...

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ADELAIDE AGENCY. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 16 April 1878

ADELAIDE AGENCY. Mr. J, B. AUSTIN, of "Waymouth street, Adelaide, lias been appointed as the SpeeiaJ Town Correspondent and Agent of this Paper; and all Orders for Advertisements and Busi ness Communications, &e., entrusted to lum will meet with prompt attention.

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THE JENKINS FUND. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 16 April 1878

THE JENKDFS FUSTD. | We have to acknowledge the receipt o£ the fallowing amounts on behalf of Mre. Jenkins, whose husband recently died in the Hospital, leaving iier with seven small children Messrs. W. Garsed,£l 1/; J Emerson, 10/6.

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DISTRICT COUNCIL. BELVIDERE. SATURDAY, MARCH 2. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 16 April 1878

pISTBICT COUNCIL. belvidere. saturday. Marcs 2. Present—Councillors Badgers (Chairman) and Mahpny. No quorum.. Satpbday, Afrii 6. 1878. Present—All. Tenders accepted—K. Q-. Brock, cutting water-table, lis. per chain ; P. Fitzpatricks, cutting and embanking near St. John's, 2s. 3d. per cube yard; M. Calialan, putting w&tertable, 7s. 5d. per chain. Corres pondence from Chairman Destitute Board, in forming Council tliafc M. Fan plin would be admitted at Destitute Asylum. Letter read from Collector Adelaide Hospital, soliciting subscriptions. To be informed that Council cannot comply, In consequence of subscribing to Kapunda Hospital. Circular from Crown Lands Office re Colarado battle. From Mr. <C, Dayey, claiming payment of expenses in curred by attending on deputations, and in timating that Corporations and District Coun cils usually paid expenses of persons chosen or called ?^pon in such cases ; granted £1 10s. Letter read ftysm P. Griierin (which had j>re viou...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 16 April 1878

DEATH. MSTOIS^^-^Qn the 14th inst., Douglas Charles Faulkner, only soil < f Wm. and M. J. Liston, Kapunda, aged ten months.

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THIS NEW PARLIAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 16 April 1878

THJS NJ2W PARLIAMENT. The following is a list of the 'late members •the House of Assembly and candidates -who have publicly announced tliemselyes for (election in tlie new Parliament. The figures against each, district indicate £he number $£ members to be returned DiETrict. Hate Members. Bew Memhers. Hoeth -Ade laide (1) ,6tobt (2) WpOBOOBA (2) iStakxet (2) Bheea (2) VlCTOEIA |(2) East A » Er lAIDE (2) W ® s T Aijb IAISE (2) East Tot KENS (2) rfOSKAPAMNGA (2) " West Tob-t sens (2) WaHAB90 (3) SKcoxrams Bat (2) If, Blyth ST, Blytfe W. Towngend W. Townsend *T. King T-Ejng H. E. Bright H_ E. Bright 3. Bosworth i. Boswortli .Sir G. Engston. Sir G. Kingston G, "Mann " (5, TWgn« B, Bees B. Sees W.B. Eounseveli W. B. BoimseveH G. G. Hawker G. C. Hawker Ii. Glyde G- S. Fowler _3. C. Bray H. Fraser W. K. Simons T. Playford 33. T. Smith. If. Glyde J. C. Br^y W. Kay T. Johnson J." Darling" T. Playford D. Mnrray W. H. Dunn f: e. h. w. rriffhanff J. Pickering J. M. Sinclair J. J. Duncan J. Richa...

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The Kapunda Herald. TUESDAY, APRIL 16, 1878. THE ELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 16 April 1878

Wift HapuitDaHeralD. TUESDAY, APRIL 16, 1878. THE ELECTIONS. The District expects that every elector this day will do his duty. For some two or three weeks hack our District haa been in a somewhat ex cited condition, meetings having been held in nearly all its centres of popu lation, at which the various candidates have put forward their views on mat ters political, and where as a rule each candidate was paid the compliment of receiving a vote to the effect that he was a fit and proper person to repre sent the District. To-day, however, the electors have to set compliments on one side, and,to show by their votes who of the five candidates they be lieve to be the three best fitted to sit in Parliament as our representatives. We 'must honestly confess that the five taken as a whole are not at all up to the standard of candidates whom we should have liked to have seen come forward. Last general election we were in a position to return Messrs. Stow, Nock, and White, and when Mr. Stow va...

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SELECTED POETRY. THE AMERICAN PRESS JOKERS. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 16 April 1878

SELECTED POETRY. THE AMERICAN PRESS JOKERS. How miieh the people in rural regions, where amusement is " sturse," are indebted to the " funny man" ©f the ioeal press! and how many bright fellows there are among them! There are the Danbury News, the Detroit free Press, the Burlington ttawkeye, the JBridge water Standard, the Norristoton Herald, the Rochester Democrat, the Atlanta man, and numberless others. Each of these papers has a man who bubbles over with fun. Some of them, too, can do very nice wort in .other styles. For example, here is a nice little thing, quite neat in its way, by Mr. Oharles F. Adams, the fiirinimist of the Detroit, free Press t— sHOJsnsrr schwabtz. fjaf you seen mine lee tie Shonny ?— Shonny Schwartz— Mat his hair so soft and yellow; dnd his face so bitmap and mellow ; jSpoch a funny lqedle fellow, Shonnny Schwartz ! ISfiy mornings dot young Shonny— Shonny Schwartz— Rises nrit der preak off day, find does hiB chores oop righdt avay-j For he gan irork so Toil...

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KAPUNDA PRIMITIVE METHODIST SUNDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 16 April 1878

Kapunda Primitive Methodist Sunday school.—The anniversary services in con nection -with this school -were conducted on Sunday and Monday last. On Sunday special services were preached, and yesterday evening the usnal meetings were held. The children sang a number of hymns in very creditable style. Weslevan Sitndav-schooi. AjrarVEBSAKY. —By advertisment in another column it will be seen that the anniversary of the Wesleyan Sunday-school is to be celebrated on Easter Sunday and Monday, the 21st and 22nd inst. The children are to have their usual picnic on <Jood Friday, and on Monday the inevitable tea and public meeting will be held. Flower Show. — We would direct the attention of our local readers 'to the notifica tion- appearing in another column that a pro menade concert and flower show will be held in the Institute Hall to-morrow. We believe every effort has been put forward by the Com mittee to ensure the exhibition being a good one, and all that is needed to make it ...

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GAWLER. [From our own Correspondent.] April 14, 1878. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 16 April 1878

GAWLER. [From our own Correspondent.] April 14, 1878. I think our err is like nearly every one else vre want, rain, some of the tanks in the coun try 2}lac^s are getting empty, and the gardens are suffering very mueli from the continued dry -weather. The Friendly Societies hare succeeded in getting the 1st May made a close holiday in Gawler, and they have issued a fine programme of sports, and are using every effort to make the affair a success. Prepara tions are being made for the usual Easter picnics by the Sunday Schools. I think oil the whole, things will be rather quiet. The elections for the District, of Yatala is causing a little excitement here, squibs of various kinds being plentiful. The particulars of the great sand case occupies part of the Bun yip this week. I don't think the District Coun cils in future will have any fear that snnd will be removed without a licence. The Gawler cricketers are going to try their luck at Angaslon on Good Friday. Hayes "& Ben liamo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 16 April 1878

•TO-MORROW (WEDNESDAY), April 17, and the following day, if necessaiy. <GREAT UNRESERVED CLEA$IF<* SALE. AT OORRYTOB" PARK. TO SHEEPFARMERS, BREEDERS,, <GrRAZIERSj BUTCHERS, FAItMERS, AND OT1LERS. T ISTON, {SHAKES, & CO. 1 J AKB COLES & aOODCHILD have been favoured with instructions from W. B. Rounsevell, Esq., (in consequence fit ■feifi leaving}, to sell by auction, at Corry jton Park, at 12 noon— Pie Whole of his VAJjUABLE STOCK, jas under CATTLE. 20 Short-Jiorn Cows 10 Bo. Heifers under two yeare old 3 Do-, do., yearlings i5 Do. Bulls, do. 10 Dairy Cows 7 Steers, yearlings. SHEEP. 1,000 Fat Wethersj Merino, coming full mputh ;^00 Fat Cross-bred Wethers, do. 140 Do., do. Ewes, do. £00 Long-woolled Breeding In lots to Ewes, served by Pure VsnLfc pur "bred Rams ) chasers. ,500 Long-woolled Weaners, nine months old, mixed sexes 100 Long-woolled Rams 100 Merino Ewes £0 Merino Lambs HORSES. 2 Draught Horses •3 Buggy do. - 2 Riding do . W...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 16 April 1878

Business Directory. KAPUNDA. "DEEWSTEE, It., "Wine, Spirit, and JL> General Merchant, Brewster's Build ings, Main-street. Agent for Salter's and other Wines. BENTTAM, W. H., Solicitor, Notary Public, &c.j Main-street. Money to _ land on property under the Real Property Ast, or otherwise, at lowest rate of interest. BRUCE, JOHN A., Auctioneer, Land,; Loan, and General Commission Agent. Money to Z>end in large or small cams. TYtJMBEECK, THOMAS, Tanner XJ and Currier, near Morning Star. [Leather of every description on hand and to order. Bark, Bides, and Skins, Ac., bought. BUMBEECK & McLENNAN, Tanners and Curriers, Burra-road, (late Frith's). Bark, Hides, &e., bought. Leather on sale or to order—first quality. EMERSON, Mr., Solicitor, Main Street, Kapunda. Money to lend on Mortgage or Deposit of Deeds. EAWCBTT'S soothing POWDERS, for Children Teething. Sold in Packets at One Shilling; or by post for Seven Stamps. Address, R. Fawcett, Chemist, Kapunda. GME...

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COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 16 April 1878

COMMERCIAL. "Kapunda Herald" Office, April 15, 1878. Wheat—5/1 per bushel. F liOUR—£13 10/

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