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KADINA. March 20, 1867. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 22 March 1867
KADINA. [From our own Correspondent.] March 20, 1867. On Wednesday, the 13th inst., the members of the Kadina Young Men's Mutual Improvement Society held their annual meeting; the chief business being the election of officers for the en suing year. The Rev. W. Wilson was elected President, Mr Dickenson Vice -President, Mr J. Levis Treasurer, and Mr T. S. Naughton Secre tary. Last evening a grand amateur concert was given in the Oddfellows' Hall, on behalf of the Church of .England Building Fund; the per formers were Messrs. SiUifant, Hay, Hodge, Woodroffe, and Crane, and the Misses Hay, Taylor, White, and Funis?, most of whom are of Wallaroa celebrity. There was a crowded attendance, and judging from the frequent rouiflla of applause, the audience seemed highly satisfied at the manner in which the different pieces were rendered.
HAMILTON. March 15, 1867. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 22 March 1867
HAMILTON. [From our own Correspondent.! March 15, 1867. Oar annual Races took place on Wednesday and Thursday, the 13th and 14th inst., in a pad dock belonging to Mr WatBon, lying in close proximity to the township. On the whole the affair passed off much better than was expected, as previous to the races several meetings were called, but the attendance was very limited which, I suppose, must be accounted for owing to the dullness of the times and the late harvest -therefore all officers had to be appointed on I the ground. The weather was all that could be I wished for. The attendance of all classes was l very good. The first race commenced about 2 o'clock. Mr S. Oropley acted as Judge; Mr D. Robertson as Starter; and Messrs. J. Daw, T. ELiLderry, and A. White as Stewards. FlB8T RA.CE. MATCH.-£10 a side; One Mile, heats; Catch Weights. Mr W. Manuel's Railway Harry, aged (Shugg ) Mr O'Leary's Tormentor (Chamberlain.) Mr. W. Manuel's Railway Harry was declared the wiuaer of the first...
THE KAPUNDA HERALD. Friday, March 22nd, 1867. BARRIER RANGES GOLD FIELD. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 22 March 1867
THE KAPUNDA HERALD. . -I , Friday, March %%nd, 1867. BARRIER RANGES GOLD FIELD. The Heffister of yesterday published the following particulars relative to the ex istence of a gold field at the : Barrier Ranges, supplied to them by a man calling himself Or. Frayne: - : The subjoined particulars of a visit just , made to the Harrier Ranges are from Dr. Frayne, who describes himself a* a medical practitioner, late of Wellington. We give them almost in his own; words, aod we have no reason to doubt their correctness, thongh some of the>n axe suf ficiently startling. He states that when the news of the gold discovery reached Adelaide be started for the Barrier Ranges, and arrived there about the 4th March. At that time he found some 800 diggers all busily engaged in the search for gold, aid there was evidence of the re-suits being very satsfactory. Holes had been sunk to the depth of from five to twenty feet in the alluvial soil at the foot of the Ranges on the eastern side, and from ...
LOCAL COURT—KAPUNDA. MONDAY MARCH 18. [Before J. S. Browne, Esq., S.M.] UNSATISFIED JUDGMENTS. J. P. MOYLE v. DENNIS. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 22 March 1867
LOCAL COURT-KAPUNDA. MONDAY MARCH 18. fBefore J. S. Browne, Esq., S.M.j UNSATISFIED JUDGMENTS. J. P. MOYLE T. DENNIS. Judgment debt of £7 3/2. The defendant was not present. The plaintiff stated that defendant was a miner, but as he wished to be easy he would only ask for 5/ per week, although he had been in formed that the defendant had been in regular work, and earned more than the average gettinga. - Order made for 5/ per week. DEFENDED CAUSES. REHDEK AND ANOTHER V. PABKIKSON. This was a claim for £20. Adjourned to next Court day on application of defendant. THOMSON V. F. OLDHAM. Claim for £15 9/6. Mr Brady for plaintiff. Mr Rudall appeared for Mr Brady, and stated that a plea for time had been put in, which he was instructed to oppose. The defendant did not appear to support his plea for time. Judgment for plaintiff for amount claimed. HOGGINS AND ANOTHER V. BROOKS. Claim for £4 5/2, costs of preparing a special will in September, 1864. Mr Benham appeared for the plaintiffs. Def...
KAPUNDA RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 22 March 1867
KAPUJVDA. RA.GES. > A Af terauin terval of some years the annual racfes have been renewedj Owing to the active : exettions of a hard-working Committee, who Spared rio effort to not merely get up races, but that they should be first-rate gf their kind; and they succeeded so well as to be enabled' to offer such stakes -as led to a large number of ; good horses being entered to compete for. the varioils^vents. Wednesday and Thursday last were fixeS upon as the two days of meeting, and on the first of .these days jtapanda pat on quite a lively appearance--a large number of persons having availed themselves of the opportunity afforded by. .the railway excursion to pay a visit to the northern acropolis. Cobb & Co., ran. J^eir vehicles to the course, .and w&lt;jre well patrojuzsd; be.sides which there was a continuous stream of,-, pupate vehicles, horse men,; and pedestrians weridiug their way along the Clare-road to the scene of action. Theepnrsewas a very good one; alt...
CLARE. March 20, 1867. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 22 March 1867
CLARE. ["From our own Correspondent.! March 20,1867. Oar township of late has presented quite a lively appearanoe. First of all, on the 5th, 6th, and 7th instants our Amateur Dramatics, as sisted by Mrs Ray and Miss Emily Woods, pare us a very pleasing entertainments. On the first evening they performed the Lady of Lyons and Box and Cox; °n the second, the Lady of Lyons I and the Irish Tutor; and on the third, the Lady of Lyons, Box and Cox, and the very laughable farce of Bombastes Furioso. Both as regards the attendance and the performance, on the whole, it far exceeded the anticipations of those concerned. On the 8th instant, the first meeting of the Clare Agricultural and Horticultural Sooietjr took place, and although the fruit and grain ex hibited (which was grown in the district) was not of such a good quality as might have been expected, still, considering the number wha at tended the show and the proceeds taken, the Committee are sanguine of future'success. I Last wt ek the...
SECOND DAY—THURSDAY, 21ST MARCH. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 22 March 1867
SECOND DAY-TFTUBSDAY, 21st MABCH. The second day opened rather cloudy, and with some appearance of rain, but shortly before noon the clouds cleared away, and the weather became beautifully fiue. There was again a very large attendance, very nearly 1,500 persons being on the ground. On both days we were much indebted to the courtesy of Mr Bradley, who kindly gave us every information. Before the 'aces of the day came on a very good extem porised race-the horses ridden byt bullock drivers-came off. At length the bell rang for £he Handicap: - FIRST RACE. KAPONDA HANDICAP.-40 sovs.; One and a half miies. Nominations, with 1 sov. entrance, on J the 10th March, weights declared 12 th March; acceptances with 4 sovs. sweep en night of general entry. J. Scott's b.g. Stag, 5 yrs.; 8st. 12lbs. (Tothill) 1 1 W. G. Morris's br.g. Darkie, 4 yrs.; 7st. 9lbs. (Shugg) 2 2 J. Ryau's br.g. Sultan, aged; 7st. lOlbs. (Matthews) ... - - L. Barnard's Booyoolee, 4 yrs. 8st. 2iba. (Hill) ... ... - - The bet...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 22 March 1867
LAND MABT, ADELAIDE. TO FARMERS, CAPITALISTS. AND OTHERS. ON A DAY: TO - ij® JSJ^OSD. ] ^ GR E E N}~ I ' AND I have been favoured with WiDHAM) instructions by THE EXECUTORS OF TTTp, LATE OHARLES SWINDEN, ESQ., °®®L ^or public competition THIRTY-SIX SECTIONS .of Valuable ^ FREEHOLD LAND situated in tie' Hundreds of GILBERT, ALMA, and SADDLEWORTH, - * suitable for OCCUPATION or INVESTMENT, and comprising some of the Finest Land selected in these well-known Agricultural Districts. t The Sections more especially eligible for In TBSTM33KT are-rr- . . ' ^ HUNDRED OF GILBERT. ' SECTION 395 (Portion of), containing 67 ACRES, let to R. BENTLEY for a term, ex piring May 15,1875, at an annual rental to May, 1868, of £20 2s., and for .the remainder of the term of £23 9s. SECTION-. 305 (Portion,, of), containing .23 ACRES, let to Ifcs. MOEEISSET," at a rental of £6 12&, per an&um to MaV 10,' i868j and from that time to May 10,1875, at £7 14s. per annum SECTION 396, containing 111...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 22 March 1867
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ADELAIDE CORN MARKET. Adelaide, March 21, 1867. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 22 March 1867
ADELAIDE COKN MARKET. Adelaide, March 21, 1867. Business in wheat has been rather quiet during the week, and the quantities offering for sale have considerably fallen off; bat ia spite of this the price baa not improved, and our quotations are the same as last. Mour is like wise dull of sale. Bran and Pollard are readily saleable for home consumption. Hardly any business is being done in Oats and Barley! The tirade in general merchandise is still ve>y flat, i Our prices are to-day-Wheat at the Port, 4/ til 4/0£ per bunhel; do. Town, 3/9 to 3/10; Flour, £10 to JE11 per ton ; Brao. /lO per bushel ; Pol lard, 1/ to lJl; Cape Barley, 2/9 to 3/; English ditto, 3/6 to 4/3; Cape OatB, 3/9 to 4j; English ditto, 4/ to 4/3. A. F. CHRISTEN & CO. "Kapunda Herald" Office,Friday, . March 22, 1867. Gkaxn AND FODDER - : Wheat, 33 5d per bushel Flour per ton, £10 &lt; Ditto perbag, 21s : Ditto per lb 2d
CORONER'S INQUEST. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 29 March 1867
CORONER'S INQUEST. An inquest waB held before J. S, Browne. Esq., on Friday laBt, at the residence of Mr flegga, near EreeUng, on the body of John Heggs, whose death had resulted from being crashed be tween the buffers of two trucks, near the Free Xing Station-Mr Kruger being elected as fore man of the Jury. The following is the evidence taken Mr Bobert Mincke examined. By the Coroner-Was foreman porter at the Free ling Station; between 3 and 4 p.m. on Wednesday last, deceased was sent to bring some tracks down; lie was coming down when he suddenly stopped the horse, and called witness by name; witness went up, and saw deceased sitting against the bank; asked him what was the matter, and he said he had been between the buffers of the trucks, and asked for a drink of water, which he 6aid was all he required; witness sent two men down to take him to ELlscholz's; deceased said he was much hurt below his ribs; he walked with assistance; one truck was loaded; deceased waa aboutuncoupling...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 29 March 1867
SPECIAL LAND SALE AT MOUNT GAMBLER. THURSDAY, APRIL 4, 1867. Crown Lands Office^ Adelaide, February 21, 1867. VTOTICE is hereby given that the fol loving portions of Crown Lands will be offered for sale by public auction, at the Local Court-House, Mount Gambler, on Thursday, the* fourth day of April, 1867, at eleven of the clock in the forenoon, at the upset price affixed to each lot respectively, on the terms and conditions, and under the provisions of an Act of the Parliament of South Australia, passed in the twenty-first year of Her Majesty's reign, intituled "An Act for regulating the sale and other disposal of Waste Lands belonging to the Crown in South Australia." Deposit, twenty per cent. WM. MILNE, Commissioner of Crown Lands and Immigration. Speoiat, Couotby LOIS. County Grey-About three and a half miles south-south-east of Cavetoo, Hundred of Caroline. Lot. Sec. A. Price. Lot. Sec. A. Price. 400A 80 105 £144 15 | 400B 81 105 £118 10 County Grey-About three miles south-sout...
THE KAPUNDA HERALD. Friday, March 29th, 1867. FARMERS' CLUBS. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 29 March 1867
THE KAPUNDA HERALD. Friday, March 22th, 1867. FARMERS' CLUBS. As will be seen by the report appearing in another column, a meeting was held in Kapunda on Saturday last, at which a Farmers' Club was formed, and the vai'ious officers elected. We hope the limited atr tendance at that meeting may not be a fair standard whereby to j udge as to the degree of interest which will be manifested in the success of this newly-formed Society by those who are personally interested in its operations-in which class every farmer throughout the district must needs be in cluded, seeing that the aim of these Clubs is to materially benefit the practical agri culturist-for if so it would be better that the Society had not been formed; as while it is undoubtedly a reproach to the agri cultural interest in this district that such a Club has not long previously been brought into existence, it will be a still greater matter of regret if after having been once fairly established the Club should fall to the gr...
YOUNG AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 29 March 1867
YOUNG AUSTRALIA. Oar Colony has long been furnished with a coat of arms and motto, sufficient time has elapsed since, we think, for the character of our people to be defined; hitherto we have been subject to so many changes in our popu lation that it has been difficult to choose a class which could fairly represent our national charac teristics. America has its lean; calculating Jonathan, England her courage and industry-re presented by John Bull; but we should be sorry i to take the kangaroo or emu as a type of our people. Many who were born in this land hare settled in life, and have families growing up around them; it is to them, and to those who have not taken such important steps, that we must look for a type of our present and future condition. Our future career, we think, is now fairly in our hands-its character we are now forming. A few words addressed to that subject may, therefore, be important. The rising generation is peculiarly privileged in being able to study the fail...
AUBURN TEMPERANCE AND RECHABITE DEMONSTRATION. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 29 March 1867
AUBURN TEMPERANCE AND BECHABITE DEMONSTRATION. fFrom our own Correspondent. | On Thursday, the 21st inst., the Temperance and Rechabite Societies held their annual de monstration. The day being considered a holi day, of course the shops were closed. The weather was all that could be desired, and about 9 o'clock a.m. men, women, and children might be seen wending their way to the grounds op posite the Bible Christian Chapel, where an appropriate address was delivered by the Rev. S. Keen; after which the members of the Societies formed a procession as follows-The Fife and Drum Band from Kapunda, followed by the Auburn Band of Hope, after which came the Rechabites from the surrounding districts, together with the Rechabites of the Star of Peace Tent, Auburn, and then followed the members of the Auburn Temperance Society. The procession paraded the town for about half an hour, after which tbey returned to the grounds opposite the chapel, where several waggons were waiting to carry the B...
AUBURN. March 27, 1867. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 29 March 1867
AUBURN. fFrom our own Correspondent.] March 27,1867. Yesterday our neighbourhood was visited by several showers of rain, which will tend to pre pare the ground for the plough. The Rev. J. Lyall preached an excellent sermon, in connection with the Presbyterians here, in the Town Hall on last Sunday week. The rev. gentleman chose for his text, Romans, 12th chap and 1st verse. The con gregation was rather large, considering the short notice that had been given. The Rev. H. Bath preached his farewell eermoa on last Friday in Mr Wiles's corn store. The attend ance was very small, owing to the inclemency of the weather. The band of death has been laid heavily on some families in. our neighbourhood lately; no less than five children died last week. It is feared that Bome parts of our main road will be almost impassable in winter if they are not soon mended. The late news from the Barrier Ranges does not seem to concern the Auburnites very much. The talk now is, what a great success the lat...
DISTRICT COUNCILS. KAPUNDA. SATURDAY, MARCH 16. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 29 March 1867
DISTKICT COUNCILS. KAPUNDA. SATURDAY, MARCH 16. Present - The Chairman, and Councillors Kelly and Ford: Clerk reported repairs at Dundee's corner complete, and that the works at Suggins's crossing and Orchard's bridge were let. Councillor Oldham's resignation received and accepted. Clerk instructed to call a meeting of ratepayers, for the election of two Councillors, on Saturday, 30th inst. Slaughtering Licences granted to Mr E. Willett and Messrs. Hawke and Tuckfield. Bead, letter from the Hev. Father Byrne, complaining of the Volunteers' shooting practice heing directed across District road, whereby an accident had occurred to the Kev. Mr Monaghau. Clerk requested to write the Captain of Volunteers to desist from such practice. Resolved, that the crossings at Mr White's and at Mount 3dlen be repaired. Pay ments, £5 12/; receipts, £21 13/.