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FLOY; (Continued from our last.) CHAPTER XXI. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 15 March 1867

F L O Y ; 1 A TALE, BY "LITTLE JACOB.*' (Continued from ovar last.) tiHAPTERXXL f ' i. entirely forgot the purpose for which I had entered the church.; The hypocrisy or sincerity of its clergvjnan became of little moment to me now that. £ so earnestly desired an introduction to his daughter for such I presumed to be the lovely occu pant of the adjoining pew. Accordingly, upon the following day, I called at the parsonage to apologise 'for the strange ab ruptness of my former visit, and pleaded my having at the time laboured under a strange delusion, which since had been happily cleared away. I furthermore ex pressed a wish to be confirmed, a prepara tion for which ceremony would ensure me repeated visits at the parsonage. My proposition was received very heartily, the rev. father assuring; me that the church would only be too glad to enfold in its bbsom a young man of such superior talent as myself. Ha! ha!-had my talent, as: he was pleased to term it, been unadorned by the gilding o...

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FREELING. March 14, 1867. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 15 March 1867

FftEELING. r?rom our own Correspondent.J March 14, 18671 On Monday evening last, March 11, a meet' ing, as called by advertisement in the weekly papers, was held at the Railway Hotel, Freeling, to consider the propriety of memorializing His Excellency not to grant the petition of Novem ber last, and printed in the Gazette of December 20, 1866. At about 8 o'clock, a large number of people having assembled, Mr Murray was unanimously voted to the chair, who at the on set stated the purpose of the meeting, hut would not give his own personal opinion?. Mr Win. Fisher then spoke of the movers of the former petition, stating that he knew from good authority that there were twenty to thirty names to the said petition that were written there unauthorized-^' Question'')-at all events he would say, in spite of his friend Mr Kenny crying question, that hiB own name was in serted, and be had never given anyone authority to sign. He could substantiate what he had just said, for on canvassing he f...

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MISCELLANEA. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 15 March 1867

MISCELLA.NEI. & HORRIBLE EXCUTION, -Scene:* Four lads were hanged at Nashville lately "for.-murdering a man. On the.fatal $ay tliey exhibited a great' hardihaodj singing such pieces as:":Bold Jack Donahoe" and Bingen ^onthe Rhine,,,;and were' stolid, frivolous, and «ar6less, joking", about their doom; Perry b$d; a'pirtingLSgene with-his brother, in which both were much overcome. Crab was:asked' to: tell who shot Heflerman. He replied, " That ,is r not a fait question; III iever^.teU. thj*t iin /this worid," ;The pr^es$ hay lag. read a (touching letter from 4iysaught'siafflicted parents, and some one in the room having ia ldo^hg-^las^.'he vjtltnped ap feMaiming/'^j^Hjr lil must : look at my iace.once more;'' ^ Thenturning ; to. Crab, he.remarked,M Look at yours; 'it's ;vour last chance.'' .Crab replied, "ft.ain't ;,any.; use.*! £y$aught asked; ^laughingly, Afraid you'll J?reak the glass ?" when all four £eemed. much tickled. Grab having used ,Ljjsauglit's handkerchief, the. l...

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CHAPTER XXIL, AND LAST. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 15 March 1867

. CHAPTER x x irr) and j^ast. Brown Bet . lay in the little shanty at the point of death; dying/ as Dr. Camp i bell (the medical man now resident inT Rj^le^ood) asserted, :^qm the;:effects of i slow poison some one had evidently been' [ administering- to herfromtime to time.; Wasshewell acquainted with fciy one," lie asked, *' to whom her death would be a desirable, event ?" She was; -and while expressions . of rage distorted her already pain-drawn features, she requested the* police sergeant should be. immediately isent For. To him she confessed what our; readers iiave long since guessed,1 that j Roffe was the murderer of . old Speed, aiiifl j that from her' gloomy repeat, out in the scrub >he .had. bpen a witness to.lhe.deed;: also, that he had been a very frequent visitor" at her shanty thei last few weeks, andftad brought ; bottles of wine, or treated, hgr frpm=her^ own. store, hiinself always filling; her elassrr-that herhealth had been gra dually failing until she could hol...

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THE KAPUNDA HERALD. Friday, March 15th, 1867. WHAT SHALL WE DO WITH OUR MEMBERS? [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 15 March 1867

THE; KAPUNDA HERALD. Friday, March 15th, 1867. WHAT SHALL WE DO WITH OUR MEMBERS? It is generally admitted throughout the district that the Members for Light have not devoted that'time or attention to the discharge of their duties which their con stituents "had a. right to expect ; and as c consequence;; but little- has been done for its benefit during the last two Sessions. Impelled by this fueling, we understand that in the sojuthern .portion of the district a memorial is beingcircolated, to which a number of -signatures has been appended, calling upon the Members to resign their seats, in consequence of all confidence in i them having been destroyed. ? - ? Re quite agree with the spirit of the membrial'vieferred to, but nevertheless con aider it to be comparatively.useless, inas much as there is but little probability of the Members acceding to the requestand even if they did so, it would ibe Jiard to induce any gentlemen to coda forward and undergo the fatigue and expense conse ...

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THE LATE SHOW. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 15 March 1867

THE LATE SHOW. TO THE EDITOR. Sir-With your permission I would offer a few remarks on the late exhibition of the Kapunda and Light Agricultural Society. In general it is a very easy matter to find fault, and that I wish particularly to avoid ; neverthe less I woiild beg to call yonr attention to one j or two matters In reference to the bestowal and | withholding of prizes. ' I notice that, save in the implement depart | ment, in the different classes of articles ex hibited prizes were awarded although there was only one exhibitor, but in the exceptional class the prize for ploughs was withheld, the reason assigned being that there was no competition. Now, Sir, this is rather discouraging to those who do exhibit, aB it was no fault of theirs that no one else came forward. The single plough ex hibited that day was one of the best in our market. Again, I would notice the discrepancy in the prizes offered. Take that for the best 7tt>s. of butter for instance, the marketable value of ...

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LECTURE ON NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 15 March 1867

LECTURE ON NEW ZEALAND. On Wednesday evening a lecture was delivered at Craee's Boom by the Rev. Ironside on\New Zealand and the New Zealanders. There was a very fair attendance, and after the Re*. W. MLc Bennett had opened the meeting by prayer, the chair was taken by the Bev. M. Williams, B A.,; who 'when the Wesley an choir- had nicely given a piece of music, expressed his pleasure at being with them, and alluded to the great ignorance which prevailed at home, even amongst the more highly educated classes, on all matters pertaining the Australias. He then called on . The Rev. Mr Ironside, who was very warmly received, the first portion of his lecture being devoted to a climatic, geographical, and descrip tive account of New Zealand, which was disco vered byTasman about the year 1640, being situate about 2,000 miles east of South Australia, extending over thirteen and a half degrees of latitude^ and consequently embracing a great variety of climate, from the intense humid heat of ...

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A VOICE FROM THE CLODHOPPERS. Kapundar, Mearch 12, 1867. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 15 March 1867

A VOICE FROM THE CLODHOPPERS; Kapuadar, Mearch 12, 1867. Mr. Hediter: Dear Zur-Were bis hour hinspecter; becaws ee his nott ceen bout bat nite wen fokes kom an putt there osses hon thee footpaaths an leaf en there. Neow i dont leibe hit, becaws u keant wak ithout running hup again ha oss hor a kow, an that hisent ples&ent. i bay, an setrar, youro, &RU WALKSTRA.IT

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MUNICIPAL CORPORATION. MONDAY, MAHCH 11, 1867. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 15 March 1867

MUNICIPAL OOKPORATION. MONDAY, MAHCH 11, 1®67. ' Present-His Worship the Mayor, Councillors Day, MacLaren, Moyle, Nock, Pearce, Rowett, Thomson, a»d.Tyrie; and the Town-Clerk. : The minutes of the previous /meeting were readand confirmed. Thomas Gourty attended, and. asked for-a re mission of fine inflicted by the Stipendiary Magistrate for driving two head of cattle through the.Btreet within the prohibited hours. It was resolved that the decision of .the Council should. not be arrived at' until after some other cases had been considered. Mr O'Loughlin subsequently attended, and replied for a remission of the fine inflicted, on the ground that he did not know of the exist ence of the bye-law. ' Ordered to stand over. Councillor Moyle was here fined for non-: attendance, but shortly afterwards came in. CORRESPONDENCE . Read, a letter from the Adelaide Inspector of Weights and Measures stating when he would attend in Kapunda, and requesting a warrant authorising himself and deputy to ...

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AUBURN. March 13, 1867. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 15 March 1867

AUBURN. [From our own Correspondent.] March 13, 1867. IThe Auburn Mutual Improvement Society held its first half-yearly business meeting on ^Thursday evening, February 23, in the school room adjoining the Bible Christian Chapel; the President, Mr J. H. Adamson, occupied the chair. Several matters of business were brought forward and discussed. The Secretary stated that the number of members at present on the roll was thirty-two; that the Society had held sixteen meetings since its commencement, and had given a social soiree in January last, which was attended with great success. The Secretary also stated that he had had no time to draw up a full report, but should do so and bring it be fore them at an early period. A vote of thanks having been accorded to the past officers, the election of officers for the next six months took place, with the following result:-President, Mr J. H. Adamson; Vice-President, Mr J. G. Breconer; Hon. Secretary and Treasurer, Mr J. Malcolm ; Committee, Mes...

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DISTRICT COUNCILS. BELVEDERE. SATURDAY, MARCH 9. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 15 March 1867

DISTKICT COUNCILS. BELVEDERE. SATURDAY, MABCH_ 9. Present- The Chairman, Councillors Fyfe, Kickebuscb, and Kerr. Minutes of previous meeting read and confirmed. Letter received and read from Commissioner of Ciown Lands in reply to a letter requesting that all public roads and reserves in District be placed under control The Chairman's account for preliminary ex penses incurred in formation of District Council was received and passed for payment. Clerk ordered to exhibit the assessment papers in various places throughout the District.

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PROTECTION TO RATEPAYERS. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 15 March 1867

PROTECTION TO RATEPAYERS. TO THE EDITOR. Sir-Kindly permit me to say a few words on the above subject in your valuable journal. We, the ratepayers of Kapunda, by the pay ment of our rates, support that valuable institu tion the Kapunda Corporation, and in return it is but just that the Corporation should, as much as possible, protect the interests of the rate payers. Possibly such is their intention, but they are rather slow about it. I would now suggest that the present system of hawking within the Town bounds should be put a stop to. Lots of persons are in the habit of bringing waggons and carts loaded with potatoes, egge, butter, cheese, bacon, &c., from Gumeraeha, Angaston, Tanunda, and other places, which they hawk from door to door, thus taking away from the shopkeepers the very trade to which they look alone as a means of liveli hood, and also taking away no inconsiderable amount of money that ought to be kept in cir culation in the town. Now sir,{I consider this to b...

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CORRESPONDENCE. A CHAPTER OF QUERIES. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 15 March 1867

COB.RES PONDENGE. A CHAPTER OF QUERIES. TO THE: EDITOR. Sir-If you would answer the following ques tions in your next yoa wouW much oblige Yours, &c., INQUISITIVE: 1. Wnat was the reason to at toe tares cnargea by the train at the late Adelaide Show was 6/ each passenger, extended over two days, and at the Kapunda Show it was 10/ for only one day ? 2. What is the reason that the present new man at the Railway Station keeps the carters waiting longer for their receipts than the old Newman used to do ? 3. What is the reason that the farmers make such a noise now about reducing the railway carriage, but they would not trouble themselves to attend a meeting held for the same purpose some years since in Kapunda ? [We shall be happy to receive expressions of opinion from those interested in these various queries. As far aa ourselves are concerned, with reference to No. 1 we would say that not being in the confidence of the railway autho rities, we cannot state the reason for the d...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 15 March 1867

v ALU ABLE:'-1 FARMING PROPERTY IN THEt-OTNC)BED'O® GILBERT. .-if ON SAlftBDAY, MABCH 16/at 2 o'clock. , ' "Sv"'1 "" V AT CRASE^ ROOM, KAPUNIJAi ' ?' ;r ; ;-: i.'v : TAMISS tTE ha£ redmvedrMitruc tiona h-onl Mr. JampB Wark jfo.&li by . auction," as-'^jKw&rK ""-1 The LEASE^'with Right of* Purchase, of SECTION 654, containing 614 Acres, in the Hundred f«of Gilbert. This valuable Section ie subdivided into Three Paddocks; there are 90 Acres of Maiden Fallow, lflO, Acres only once cropped, and 100 Acres good Hay Ground. , f" The Improvements consist of good Three -JECHSm^Stone^OTTSE,3Storie3arn, StockyarSs, Hay Yards, and all other improvements neces . ^ary foY?ajgo^^rajn£ hoBaesWad. ' 1 .. f ' Ther^is a ^esh Water Reserve, running all ^;he Year«)andj Clo8e by the house. - . The whole is well-fenced, and.thereis not-one .. of jbad^rouqfl on the farm. .. Terms and price moderate; for particulars ?PPlj: tq the.ftuctiDneer. - , . v. " ; ?mrr~r~1' TASMANIAN HORSES. AT^PHE-^S...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 15 March 1867

; fp©5 A D.y.E HT1S B R S - m .the ? ? l!:: ^CAP'UNDA' HEfiAIiD.r-The followinff 1b ^ the .SCALE ofDISCOUNTS on Adsertasemjents n the KAPljNDA HfiEALD,when prepaid: iDsertions.^ f sd- in the Shilling,.or 25percent. ^sprtfon! . Insertion > . .. _ .". Vi, :. 1J daringJ qrtr, j" ^^^eShilling, or 33£ per cent. ^ The Scale of Charges is as follows:- ., Two lines t: Qne Shilling.,....... : Three lines .....OrieShilliiigand Sixpence. . ?.Pcrarlines Two Shillings. .1 !v -Fntelines .uTtoo Shillingsanfl Sixpence. 5Xx ljnes...: ..; Two ShillingB and Sixpence. ;^ E^chJine more_, JTour-pejice. ' ~1"' " *t sixpence per iin'e throughout. . HUli iilv, ?.;:?:!??.??? .?;..: i .. n f: da ^e,?^^U?rDAHERAIJ) wiUh&veanexien Si, mye p^cu^tign-all pv^r the-Northern Cjopntiyi " mmdrng turla^'Siie^gli Log, Greenock, Nuri ^ofeitpfc,3 Afaj^t^'^t^kweOJ'Trdfeoi TSorai aod ; - i ; Stouthfihme^I*ynditati¥*Uey,MoornndeeiStook port, Iiinwood, Gilbett^ffiiyiu^ the W&k&fieid,' . f Jpj^ertpn^...

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ADELAIDE CORN MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 15 March 1867

ADELAIDE CORN MARKET. Bneipeas daring the past week in Wheat and Flour hasbeenrather alapk,and transaction were "on alimifced scale. Pr ces, however, have been well maintained, hut at the same time we- don't anticipate a rise, The .^hgliah roail is anxiouslylooked for, as the expected new will very, likely regulate the prices for the. next few weeks. - Bran aidFollarft are not very plentiful, and gripes are firm. , .. ... ,-j In "-Barley. *wd Oats . hardly any business, ia transacted; ' *_ - - - ' have no improvement to report in general bbfeinees. . ., y':' '. r ftur today's quotations are ad follow Wheat, for export, 4/ to 4j0h per bushel; do. OiilleruVpHcea 3/10 to 3/11; Flour, £10 to .£11 pcr ton; Bran, /9j to /lOperTrashel; Pollard, 1/ to;/LS; Cipe Barle', 2/9 to3/; English do., 3/6 to 4/3,; Oats, 3/6 to4/6. A. P. CHRISTEN & CO. * "Kapunda Herald "Office, Friday, March 15, 1867. QBinf AQD Fodoeb - ' . Wheat, 3a-5d per' bushel Flourper ton, £10 ^ Ditt&'per bag, 2...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 15 March 1867

BIRTH. SMALL.-On the 14th instant, the wife of Mr. John Small, of a son.  

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LOCAL COURT—KAPUNDA. MONDAY, MARCH 11. [Before J. S. Browne, Esq., S.M. and W. Oldham, Esq. J.P.] POLICE CASE. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 22 March 1867

LOCAL COURT-KAPUNDA. MONDAY, MARCH 11. [Before J. S. Browne,. Esq., S.M. Oldham, £sq.v J.P.] POLICE CASE. Trmn Wilson was charged with stealing poultry from, the-premises of Mr Abraham White. John .Marshall examined., .. By Corporal O'Brien-WaB in Mr A. White's employ, living at the farm-yard; there were twenty-Biz turkeys there ; missed two on Monday morning; Mr Moody's man came and told him that Mr Moody had stopped a man for stealing poultry, and asked him to look if he had missed any ; then counted, and missed them; the turkeys produced were the same colour as those they had; could not say whether any fowls were missing ; did not know the prisoner. Mr A. White examined. By Corporal O'Brien-Lived at Ulawara; kept a number of turkeys and poultry ; missed' two turkeys, which had been taken away with out his consent; the turkeys produced were of the same colour as bis. In consequence of certain information which he received, witness went down to Mr Moody's, and on the way there noti...

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ARRIVAL OF THE ENGLISH MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 22 March 1867

ARRIVAL OF THE ENGLISH MAIL. Hie English mail arrived on Saturday last The following are extracts from the papers to hand We have had another disaster of a different irinrtj and happily, not involving fatal conse quences,; though, the affair is truly lamentable. Oa tbe last Sunday of the old year .the Crystal Palace caught fire. The most beautiful and interesting part of that; museum waB destroyed. . The tropical'department, and the exquisite Albambra Court, together with the Nineveh re productions, the gigantic American tree, and other charming features of the place, have been either entirely mined or terribly injured. This is really a national loss. At present it is not clear whether an axtempt will be made at a res toration, which will be. very costly, but we hope that funds will be forthcoming for that purpose. ] Many things which have been done in the Crys tal Palace have been of a character quite apart from the original intentions of the founders,' and the recollection of the ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 22 March 1867

A; WAiiNltfU. . DO you suffer from physical incapacity ? Are you sufferii g from nervous debility? Have you been the guilty victim of any secret vice? Do you suffer from a set of symptoms'nearly-akin more or less to the followingA pretty , fair condition of health, not yiet positively ill, but a feeling upon'you that you are not quite right, amalaise; a tendency to - despondency; a slight occasional loss of memory; sometimes a weakness across the small cff th'e back: and loins; on waking a feeling as if uarefrefshed; a /general depression-a want of pluck, as it^rere; less " desire, fo/pbusiness than<?formerly; and ty you are troubled with a certain feeling of nervousness-a loss .of power! If you are to be warned in time, yolx have now the means and opportunity of being restored to health. It is at this stage that your disease, by a timely applica tion of remedies and regimen, can be eradicated, and your system invigorated; your manhood restored to . that state that you ma...

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