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MAIL NOTICES. Post-Office, Kapunda. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 16 April 1878

MAIL NOTICES. Post-Office, Kapunda. Mails close at tliis Office as under— For Adelaide and intermediate places, 6.45 a.m., 9.45 a.m., and 3.50 p.m. For Allandale, Hamilton, Man-able, Saddle worth, and places on the Burra-road at 10 p.m. daily. Mails arrive at this office as under :— From Adelaide and intermediate places, at 10,45 a.m., 1.45 p.m., and 6.55 p.m.

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LAURA. [From our own Correspondent.] April 9, 1878. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 16 April 1878

LATJE.A. [From our own Correspondent/] Auril 9. 1878. We liaTe bean favoured with a visit from the celebrated original Georgia Minstrels, who performed on Friday and Saturday nights last at the Laura Institute to very good houses on both occasions. It is quite a treat to have such a company up—well, X may say —North. [Our correspondent also* enters somewhat into details, "but as we fully criti cised the performances of the company when in Kapunda, it is needless to insert it.—Ed.J Last night there was a monster meeting held in the Institute Hall, to take into con sideration the advisability of forming a Cor poration for the town of Laura. The town at present is under the control of a District Council, which swallows up the whole of the rates, and does little or nothing for Laura Ward; hence the meeting to have a Corpora tion. Mr. Spicer, J.P., was voted to tha chair, who read the notice convening the meeting, and asked for a fair hearing for those- who might address the meeting. Mr....

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THE CHARGE AGAINST MR. CARROLL. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 16 April 1878

THE CIIAUGKE AG-AEfST Me. CAEEOLL. TO THE EDITOR. Sir—On my return to town a day or two back my attention was called to tlie Register report of a meeting of electors for the Light, held at Crase's Hotel on Saturday, the 30tli ult, for the purpose of hearing the political opinions of Mr. Frank Skiffington Carroll, an intending candidate. I was Mr. Carroll's landlord, and doubtless the solicitor referred to by him ; and as I find thnt some persons are inclined to think that I made use of an incognito to attack Mr. Carroll in such an un warrantable manner, I jiave to <state that I did not write, or cause to be written, nor was I in any way privy to the writing of the letter raad; neither did I even know of its existence, nor have I the remotest idea of the writer, although the candidate stated that the writer was his intimate acquaintance. I am, !Sir, &e., CHARLES M. DAVIS, Solicitor. Adelaide, April 12, 1878.

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THE RACE FOR THE LIGHT PLATE. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 16 April 1878

THE RACE FOR THE LIGHT PLATE. This struggle Trill be settled to-day, and speculation is rife as to tlie result. As I mentioned in my last, tlie three I fancy most are Whitefoot, Financier, and Hercules, out of Long Legs, and I see no reason to alter my opinion. Q.uiet breathers have been in dulged in by the nags engaged, and improve ment effected, but I must confess I was some what disappointed when I heard the other day that Haymaker (late Cambusdoon) had ran off the course and shown symptoms of funkiness. Pluck, you know, sir, is a very necessary desideratum in a contest for prizes like those now offered. This horse had been well groomed, and handled in such a manner as must have a tendency to make his chance more rosy, and it's a pity that he should have bolted. Whitefoot is in the pink of condition, looks well, and there can be no doubt he will come in an easy winner of the first prize. He is backed up in first-class style, and having the benefit of experienced trainers he will ...

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MELBOURNE. [From our own Correspondent.] April 10, 1878. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 16 April 1878

MELBOTJEKE. [From our own Correspondent.] April 10, 1878. My correspondence lias fallen sadly into arrear lately, but you must excuse rue, as through press of other business I hare had really no time to send my usual weekly. And all I can promise you now is a very short j epitome of the political affairs of the colony, leaving other matters till my next, which I promise shall leave here in time for your next issue. The first thing that I recollect of im portance is the resignation of the Attorney G-eneral (who, you may recollect, was also a Land Tax Commissioner without salary.) Mr. Trench retains his position as Land Tax Commissioner, and will now take the salary attached to that office of £1,500 per aunum. The vacancy thus caused in the Cabinet was filled by the appointment of Sir B. O'Loghlen (the :latelv elected member for West Mel bourne) to that office, which, under our Con stitution involves an appeal to the con stituency again, and so West Melbournites are to have another el...

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NOCK'S ACT. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 16 April 1878

NOCK'S ACT. TO THE EDITOB. Sir —Having observed a letter in your paper " W. O. A." on the above subject, and not approving altogether of the way in which the matter is handled, I respectfully request you to insert a few remarks of my own. With regard to the observations respecting the rather hackneyed expression that ct You can't make men sober by Act of Parliament," I have no wish to offer any comments, but when he comes to speak of the liberty of the subject, he appears to be altogether at sea. What I apprehend to be the meaning of the liberty of the subject is this—That every man, being of full age, and in the full possession of his faculties, shall think, speak, andaetinany way he pleases, providing he does no harm to others ; or, to put the thing more correctly, that hedoes not infringe upon the corresponding rights of others to do in like manner. Now, Sir, taking tliis as our standpoint, X am utterly unable to understand in what way our ordinary sanitary regulations are a vio ...

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CORRESPONDENCE. THE KAPUNDA HOSPITAL. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 16 April 1878

CORRESPONDENCE. [It mnst be understood that we do not necessarily endorse the opinions of Correspondents under this heading.] ♦ THE KAPUNDA HOSPITAL. TO THE EDITOR. Sir—On reading the subscription list for the Kapunda Hospital X was rather surprised to see that the institution •was mainly depen dent upon subscriptions, and that donations were so earnestly solicited. Yet it "was only the other evening I was told of a rather sad case that happened to a new arrival some few weeks back. It appears he was taken very ill, and his employers, thinking of no better plan, sent him to the Hospital, where he was an invalid for six weeks. Upon his recovery he was presented with a bill for the small amount ol £19 some odd shillings, for Doctors' advice, &c. Rather hard on a new chum, I guess. I was further informed that his illness has rendered him unable to pay it; but his employer, whom they look upon as a responsible person, having sent him there, has placed within his reach the means ...

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VICTORIA. Melbourne, April 11. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 16 April 1878

VICTORIA. Melbourne, April 11. The West Melbourne election is proceeding quietly. Warainga are circulated against any infringement of ma. Electoral Act, the pen alties also being published. Arrived—Steamship Durham, 52 days out from London. Yesterday's Police Gazette notifies that henceforth previous convictions shall not be made known to magistrates when judging offenders. Bing, the eaptain, and Butters, the chief officer, of the Alexandra, appeared at the Police Court to-day on a charge of scuttling the ship. The Crown Solicitor applied for a week's remand to enable the detectives to pro cure evidence. Bail was allowed—the prison ers in two sureties of £150 each and their own recognizances of £300 each. Melbourne, April 12. The Ticfcorian. artillery force of 120 men proceeded yesterday to Queenscliffe, where they will probably remain under canvas for a month. Some splendid Clydesdale entires and thoroughbred greyhouuds have arrived by the steamer Durham from London. Mr. Lee has be...

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REUTER'S TELEGRAMS. LONDON, April 10. Received April 11, 11 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 16 April 1878

REUTER'S TELEGRAMS. LONDON, April 10. Received April 11, 11 p.m. Prince Gorstscliakoff's reply to Lord Salis bury's despatch, is considered unaggressive. The English objection with respect to the refusal to submit the Russo-Turkisk Treaty in its entirety to the Congress remains, how ever, unanswered. Nevertheless hopes of a pacific solution of the existing difficulties are still entertained. LONDON, April 12. The recent speech of Earl Beaconsfield is regarded -with, disfavor at St. Petersburgii. With respect to the Congress, Prince Q-ort scliakoff says in his note that he can only re peat his previous statement, namely, that Russia vrill not engage to state openly at the Conference tlie secret conditions of the.Kusso Turkish Treaty, adding that he leaves the Powers at liberty to form their own apprecia tion of the situation, and shape their action accordingly, The Russian troops are drawing closer to Bucharest. The Bishop Lichfield is dead. The Canadian Government have removed the p...

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

OUTH AUSTRALIAN RAILWAYS. SOUTH AUSTRALIAN RAILWAYS.— EASTER HOLIDAYS. On all the South Australian Railwaye and Tramways, EXCURSION RETURN Tickets, at SINGLE FARES, Trill be Issued at all Stations, on Wednesday, the 17th April, and each following day until and including Easter Monday, the 22nd April, available for Return by any Ordinary Train up to and including Wednesday, the 24th April. ALAN G. PENDLETON, General Traffic Manager. Railway Station, March 21, 1878. 22-4 BEWARE OK VILE AMERICAN COUNTERFEITS OF HOLLOWAY'S PILLS AND OINT MENT. I most respectfully take leave to call the attention of the inhabitants of Australasia to the fact that Messrs. HENRY, CURRAN, & CO., Wholesale Druggists, of NEW YORK, have Agencies in various parts, and that their travellers are going all over the country vending SPURIOUS IMITATIONS of my Pills and Ointment, which they make in New Yobk, and which bear in some in stances their trade mark thus— whilst on other alfHimn lab.-Is of this trash ...

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OUR, CITY LETTER. [From our own Correspondent.] Adelaide, April 13, 1878. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 16 April 1878

OUR, CITY LETTER. [From our own Correspondent.^ Adelaide, Anril 13, 1878. I am rather surprised to find that some persons took in sober seriousness the amusing account -which I gave in my last for the en tertainment of your readers, of the reports that 'were circulated about the city respecting the efforts made to induce Mr. 3J. Smith, J.P., to come out as a candidate for Noarlunga. I don't mean to say that they were entirely devoid of truth, but as to many of the details they were either highly colored or entirely in correct. Two weekly papers published in Adelaide liad each a rather different version of the affair to that which I supplied, but in one particular at least we were all wrong, for it was not the present Treasurer and Chief Secretary who got hold of Rob and treated him to the " tap o' his bent," but two (or three) ear-Ministers ; the present members of the Government did not take the part erro neously assigned to them. Whatever the friends and supporters of the G-overnm...

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MONTHLY CALENDAR—APRIL. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 16 April 1878

I MONTHLY CALENDAR— APRIL. Day Month and Week. Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday Monday Tuesday 9 Wednesday 10 Thursday 11 Friday Saturday Sunday Monday Tuesday W'g nesday 17 Thursday 18 Friday Saturday Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday 24 Thursday 25 Friday Saturday Sunday Monday Tuesday 26 27 -28 29 30 Sun.. Moon. a.m. 6 17 6 18 6 19 6 20 6 20 6 21 6 22 6 23 6 .23 6 24 6 25 6 26 6 27 6 27 6 28 6 29 6 30 Rises, gets. ; Rises.; Sets. 6 40 P.M. 5 52 51 49 48 46 45 43 42 41 39 38 37 35 34 33 32 ! A.M. I 4 45 ! 5 42 ! 6 ;36 ! 7 34 : 8 31 9 30 10 28 II 22 P.M. 1 (0 1 41 2 15 2 46 3 18 5 31 P.M. 4 41 5 28 57 30 9 57 8 55 10 1 11 11 [ A.M. ; 0 26 48 20 55 38 28 28 8 33 9 39 10 46 11 49 A.M. 0 47 1 45 2 40 3 34 4 31 1 39 2 51 4 3 5 15 6 27 7 38 8 50 9 53 10 51 1\ 41 p.M. 0 58 29 57 22 40 9 8$ Saxby Days—1st, loth, 21st, and 28th. MOON'S CHANGES. New Moon—3rd day, 6h. 28m. a.m. First Quarter—11th day, Oh. 9m. a.m. Full Moon-—17th day, 3h. 11m. p.m. Last Quarter—24th day...

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NEW SOUTH WALES. Sydney, April 11. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 16 April 1878

NEW SOUTH WALES. Sydney, April 11. i On Monday next tlie Marine Board Trill ! commence an enquiry into the circumstances attending the stranding of the steamer Chimborazo. It is understood that the Minister of Works i has decided that no land passed at auction shall be open in future at the upset price. During the past year the number of sheep in the colony has decreased by 3,748,093. The Electoral Bill, which as amended pro Tides for the return of 115 members to the ' Legislative Assembly, has been passed through Committee. The adoption of the report has been made an Order of the Day for to.-morrow. Sydney, April 12. The total wool shipments for the season to date are 111,618 bales against 123,605 bales during the corresponding period last season. Adelaide town flour is quoted at £14 10s. to £15 10s.; country, £14 to £1410s. Wheat, 6s. 3d. Sydney, Saturday. A notice of motion has been tabled in the Assembly having for its object the release from the Paramatta Asylum of a lunatic na...

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MADAME RACHEL AGAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 16 April 1878

MADAME BACHEL AGAIN. Madame Rachel, otherwise Levison, was summoned at the Maryborough - street Police Court, on tlie 15tli Feb ruary, ou a charge of having obtained jewels valued at £200 from a young married lady named Pearce, the wife of a stock-broker residing in Ebury street, Pimlico.. Mr.. George Lewis, juu,, prosecuted, and Mr. B. Wontner defended. Mr. Lewis said the lady in question, a foreign lady, came forward with painful reluctance, but had the courage to gtvg up her private feelings to perform a public duty.. Having stated the nature j©f the fraud, which w»s detailed in .evidence, he called Mras Pearce,, an exceedingly good looking young iady (said to be the daughter of Madame Oris'i and Signor Mario), who said she was an Italian by birch, and twenty-four years of age. She had occasion to buy some goods ajfc the shop of Madam© Rachel, "in Duke-street, and afterwards made purchases of watches, &e-, at the place of business in Great Portland - street to which Madam...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 19 April 1878

' BEWARE OF VILE AMERICAN COUNTERFEITS OF HOLLOWAYS PILLS AND OINT MENT. I most respectfully take leave to call the attention of the inhabitants of Australasia to the fact that Messrs. HENRY, CURRAN, & CO., Wholesale Druggists, of NEW YORK, have Agencies in various parts, and that their travellers are going all over the country vending SPURIOUS IMITATIONS of my Pills and Ointment, which they make in New Yobk, and which bear in some in stances their trade mark thus— whilst on other labals of this trash it is^£|| ■£^komitted, the better to de-rag^^J| wiceive you, but. the words "Newa ffiYork" are re-"' tained. Much By of this fictitious stuff is sold in the Auction Room of Sydney and elsewhere, and readily finds its way into the back settlements These are vile frauds, as I do not allow my Medicines even to be sold in any part of the United States j they are only made by me at. 533, Oxford-street, London. The same people are circulating a report that my business is about to be ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 19 April 1878

NOTICE. TO SUBSCRIBERS AND ADVERTISERS. In accordance with our usual custom, the issues of this journal will be omitted on Easter Tuesday: to allow of the holidays being observed by our staff. The office will be closed on Good Friday and_ Easter -Monday, also on Saturday, the 20th. NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. " W. Reddan."—Unavoidably held over, and also several other letters. THE JENKINS FUND. We have to acknowledge the receipt of the following amounts on behalf of Mrs. Jenkins, whose husband recently died in the Hospital, leaving her with seven small children :— Amount previously acknowledged, £1 11/6. Mr. J. N. Smith, 10/6.

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MONTHLY CALENDAR—APRIL. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 19 April 1878

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

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 19 April 1878

DEATHS. | ENGrLIS.—On the loth, inst., at Navan, John Inglis (for many years Overseer of Works Gilbert District Council), aged 74 years. His end was peace. Liverpool papers please copy. COWAN.—On the 13th April, at the resi dence of Mr. W. Hann^ttj near Laura, after childbirth, Mary, the beloved wife of John Gpvran, of Wirrabara, aud youngest daughter of Mr. Jolm Bishop, of C'altowie, aged 21

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 19 April 1878

LIGHT xsm EYE DISEASES. MORRIS'S EYE IMPERIAL l21|88i OINTMENT Tae Curative Power of this G-reat Remedy almost amounts to a miracle. It may be ap plied to Infants, and the size of a grain of rice to Adults thrice a day cures the worst cases. Mr. Pearson, Merchant, Newbridge.—I re ceive accounts from all the country around of the wonderful cures your Eye Ointment is doing. I am quite out; send me an imme diate supply. Maglehamh Leader.—The most successful agent in the cure of the Eye Epidemic in the district is Morris's Imperial Eye Ointment. St. Arnaud Mercury.—Morris's Imperial Eye Ointment has found many believers in its efficacy in and around St. Arnaud. Some to our knowledge were cured of most acute inflammation, causing all but complete blind ness. Sold everywhere. Agents for South Aus tralia, P. FALK & CO., Adelaide. 24-49 TEN EXHIBITION PRIZE MEDALS. ER Y ' S COCOA PRY'S CARACAS COCOA in packet* and tins, specially recommended by the Manufacturers, is prepared from th...

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The Kapunda Herald. FRIDAY, APRIL 19, 1878. THE ELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 19 April 1878

Cf)e HapunUa f^eralU. FRIDAY, APRIL 19, 1878. THE ELECTIONS. The elections are over. We are disappointed and to some extent surprised at the result. The electors displayed very little interest in the matter, only about one-third of those on the roll recording their votes. This, however, may be partially ac counted for by the unfortunate period chosen for the elections, just when the farmers are busiest with their tilling operations. Even this, however, does not excuse the electors, as whilst there are now 151 more names on the roll than in 1875, only two-thirds as many electors recorded t&eir votes at this' election as at the last general election. We eauuot expect to be as well repre sented as we should, or even as we might be, if-electors are thus careless as to the exercise of the privilege en trusted to their. As we anticipated, Mr. J. White headel tlxe poll by a fair majority, having nearly double as many votes as the third highest on the list. We shouldcongratulate him...

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