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FARMERS' CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 29 March 1867
FARMERS' CLUB. A meeting wsi held at Crase's Boom on Saturday evening last, for the purpose of forming a Farmers' Club. The attendance was very email, there not being above twenty farmers present. An excuse vas received from Mr H. Kelly, stating that he was unavoidably absent. Mr James O'XiOugblin was voted to the cbair, and having briefly stated the objects of the meeting, called on Mr H. Wheare, who said be had long since felt the desirability of the formation of a Farmers' Club, seeing that there was 110 other class of the community so much oppressed. The Legisla ture acted only to suit the convenience of the squatters and miners, as also did the railway authorities. He considered the time had arrived for them to combine together. It cost them 30 per cent, more for their implements than it should do. (' Yes, and 50 per cent.'} He would move the first resolution:-' That in the opinion of this meeting it is desirable to form a Farmers' Club, to be called the Kapunda and Light Farme...
COMPLIMENTARY DINNER. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 29 March 1867
COMPLIMENTARY DINNER. Yesterday evening a complimentary dinner was given at the Bail way Hotel, Freeling, to the various Members of the Legislature who intro duced the late deputation of farmers to the Government with respect to the reduction in the charge for the carriage of wheat, and also to the members of the first deputation-the farmers and others connected with the wheat trade feel ing that some mark of recognition was due to those through whose endeavours the heavy im post on the carriage of the cereal produce of the North had been so far modified. The dinner took place in a very comfortable j booth erected by Mr Kenny outside the Railway Hotel, and the tables which were spread in a ! very creditable manner, were eoon surrounded by a full complement of guests, about 120 being present. The chair was occupied by R. Rankine, Esq., who was supported on the right by the 1 Hons. Henry Ayers, J. T. Bagot, and T. Hogarth, and on the left by the Hons. J. H. Barrow, T. Reynolds, and Me...
BELVIDERE. SATURDAY, MARCH 23. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 29 March 1867
BELVIDERE. SATURDAY^ MABCH 23. Present-The Chairman, and Councillors Kerr and Kickebusch. The minutes of the last meet ing were read and confirmed. Letter read from Crown Lands office about extending the pro visions of the Bog Act to this district. Mr Bertoucb, from Tanunda, attended to know if the Council had any objection to an alteration in the road between Sections 374 and 375, as' proposed by him; no objection made by Council, provided the parties interested in making such. alteration do so at their own expense. It was j then arranged that two of the members of this Council meet two of the Kapunda District Council, on a day appointed, in order to make arrangements about torming a crossing over the; Light at Section 1544. j
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 29 March 1867
LAND MART, ADELAIDE. TO FARMERS, CAPITALISTS, AND OTHERS. ON A DAY TO BE NAMED. GREEN) have been favoured with AND f instructions by W A D H A M ) TFTE EXECUTORS OE THE LATE CHARLES SWINDEN, ESQ., to offer for public competition THIRTY-SIX SECTIONS of Valuable FREEHOLD LAND situated in the Hundreds of GILBERT, AT/MA, and SADDLEWORTH, suitable for OCCUPATION or INVESTMENT, and comprising some of the Finest Land selected in these well-known Agricultural Districts. The Sections more especially eligible for IN VESTMENT arc HUNDRED OF GILBERT. SECTION 395 (Portion of), containing 67 ACRES, let to R. BENTLEY for a tprm ex- ] piling May 15,1875, at an annua! rental to | May, 1868, of £20 2s., and for the remainder of the term of £23 9s. SECTION 395 (Portion of), containing 23 ACRES, let to Mrs. MOBBISSEY, at a rental of £6 12s. per n.mnnn to May 10, 1868, and from that time to May 10,1875, at £7 14s. per annum. SECTION 396, containing 111 ACRES, let to JOSEPH ELLIS for a term expiring Apri...
ADELAIDE CORN MARKET. Adelaide, March 28, 1867. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 29 March 1867
ADELAIDE CO UN MARKET. Adelaide, March 28, 1867. The Wheat market was exceedingly firm during last week, and the price is fully maintained. Supplies have somewhat fallen, off, whilst the de mand is still brisk. Mom*, however, is very dull of sale, and we have hardly any transactions to report. G-ood eoimtry brands have in some instances been sold as low as £9 7/6 per ton. Bran and .Pollard are in good demand for home consumption, and firm at our quotation. Barley and Oats remain neglected, and we have not heard of any business in these cereals. Our price-list to-day is as follows:-Wheat, at the Port, 4/1 per bushel; do., in town, 3/10 to 3/11; Flour, £9 10/ to £11 per ton; Bran, /10 per bushel; Pollard, 1/ to 1/1 per pushel; Cape Barley, 2/9 to 3/ per bushel; English do., 3/9 to 4/3 j Cape Oats, 3/9 to 4/; English do., 4/ to 4/3. A. F. CHRISTEN & CO. " Kapunda Herald " Office, Friday, March 29, 1867. Gkain AND FODDER Wheat, 3s 5d per bushel Flour per ton, £10 Ditto per bag, ...
LOCAL COURT—KAPUNDA. MONDAY, MARCH 18. [Before J. S. Browne, Esq., S.M.] MAGISTERIAL. CORPORATION INFORMATIONS. HARRIS v. BELL. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 29 March 1867
LOCAL COURT-KAPUNDA. MONDAY, MARCH 18. ("Before J. S. Browne, Esq., S.M.J MAGISTERIAL. CORPORATION INFORMATIONS. HARRIS V. BEIJL. This was an information by the plaintiff for driving a bull through Franklin-street between the prohibited hours on February 5. Defendant pleaded ' Not guilty.' Mr Harris examined. By the Court-On the 5th of February, between 10 and 2 o'clock, saw defendant driving a bull into the sale-yard, through Franklin and Whittaker-streets. Plaintiff here found he had made a mistake ; the information should hare been for driving five head of cattle through the streets; and the information was accordingly dismissed. TTARBTS V. STOCKDALE. This was an information against defendant for driving six bullocks through the Main-street on the 5th of February, during the prohibited hours. Defendant was not present. Corporal O'Brien, however, deposed that the summons had been duly served. After hearing the Inspector's evidence, the defendant was fined in the minimum penalty of...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 29 March 1867
To ADVERTISERS in the KAPUNDA HEKAXJX-The following is the SCALE of DISCOUNTS on Advertisements n the KAPDKDA HERALD, when prepaid 6j 7'*nd 8 J- 3d. in the Shilling, or 25 percent, insertions...) insertion "} SidantheShiffing,or29£ percent. Insertion theShilling, orSSj percent, daring qrtr. > The Scale of Charges is as follows: Two lines ... One Shilling. Tnree lines v.. One Shilling and Sixpence. Four lines ... Two Shillings. Five lines ... Two Shillings and Sixpence. Six Utipb Two Shillings and Sixpence. Each line more Four-pence. Figore,or Table-work Advertisements,charged i at sixpence per line throughout. The KAPUNDA HERALD will have an exten Bive circulation all over the Northern Country, ir eluding Gawler, Sheaoak Log, Greenock, Nun ootpa, Angaston, Stockwell, Truro, North and South Rhine, LyndochValley, Moorundee Stopk p,»rt, Linwood, Gilberton, Rhyme, the Wakefield, Eiverton, Saddleworth, Auburn, Mmtaro ingham, Watervale, Penwortham, Clar^ Iwunt Remarkable, Port Augusta ...
AMUSING EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 5 April 1867
AMUSING EXTRACTS. fFrom the Cornish Telegraph.^ THE STRANGE GENTLEMAN WHO WAS SO KIND TO THE ST. JUST MAN.-The gennelman were brabben kind to me, and wudden lev me pay for a haoporth, for he sed as bow he had a mense fortin left tun, and if I wud spend a few days weth un be wud make a gennelman of me, but before X. cud make up my mind to, a porter cum an sed as how my train lor Lunnon wur ready, so were foosed to wish tbe gennel man good by, and as we wur shakin *ands I happen to put tother 'and in iny westkit pokkit wear I kipt my watch, and plaise sure toy watch wur gone. You mite a skat me down weth a fetther, to think I had bin an' gon an' last that watch that 'ad bin my great-great feather's, 'an 'ad wonst bin. a airbaloon in the fammily. Well, the gennelman seed as how I wur looking dazed, an' axed what wur the matter, so I tould un ; so he sed he wud go: at wunst and 'nmnicate weth the perlice, and that I wur- to stop ontil he cum back; but I stopped so long that I wur tired,...
ORIGINAL POETRY. LITTLE BROOK. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 5 April 1867
ORIGINAL POETRY. LITTLE BROOK. : liittle brook, flo gay and free, Bubbling, sparkling laughingly, Sending up a thousand sprays In the sun's resplendent rays; Like to crystals bright they play: Tell me, brook, what dost thou say ? Trickling down the mountain side, , Now through a sweet Valley glide; Here A miniature cascade, Seen beneath some tall tree's shade; Onward still you go, nor stay: Tell me, brook, what dost thou say? . Onward through the fields you go, Rippling o'er the stones below, "Mingling with the birds your voice, - - Seeming-with all to rejoice, As thou wendest far thy way : Tell me, brook, what dost thou say? Now a little cottage door You go dancing on before; . IiTttJe children's, feet in thee Wade about in highest glee ; Murmuring on, day by day-tr Tell me, .brook, what dost tbou Bay ? -MIMMIE.
STOCKPORT. TUESDAY, APRIL 2. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 5 April 1867
STOCKPORT. TUESDAY, APRIL 2. Present-The Chairman and Councillors Manuel and Young. A circular was received from the Hon. Commissioner of Crown Iiands relative to the medical attendance of the destitute poor. The Council appointed Dr. Mudie to attend the des titute pbor of-the district. Mr. E. Manuel at tended -with his sureties for properly conducting the pound. One hundred stumps to be taken out of the road leading from Stockport to Kapunda. ?" .
CORONER'S INQUEST. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 5 April 1867
CORONER'S INQUEST. An inquest was St. Kitt's before J. S. Browne, Esq., S.M., on Sunday, the 31st March, on the body.of Margaret Ryan, aged fifty-two, who had died suddenly that morning. A Jury was em pannelled, of whom. Mr Richard Haines was chosen. foreman. The following is the evidence taken- . : Mi John Byan examined. ! By the Coroner-Before witness went to bed on the preceding evening deceased and witness had their supper; Timothy Ryan was reading the paperdeceased was"at that time quite well, acid went to sleep in her chair; witness saw her fast asleep ; witness woke up after going out to bed, and called out to Timothy that he thought some one was coming round the house, and he said it was nothing; at daylight called to Cahey to bring in the cows, but he did not hear wit ness, so Timothy repeated the call, and then he got up; witness tben called to Timothy, and asked where Margaret was, to which Cahey re plied that she was there ; witness told him to waken her, but he said she...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 5 April 1867
DEATHS. ' DAY:--On the 30th March, at Kapunda, Julia, only and beloved daughter of Richard John and Julia Day, aged eleven months. POTTINGER.-On the 3rd of April, at the residence of Mr. Jack, Kapunda, Ann, youngest daughter of the late John Fottinger, dyer, Thurso, Scotland, aged 34 years.
RAILWAY CHARGES. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 5 April 1867
RAILWAY CHARGES. On Tuesday morning last a deputation from Gawler Town waited on the Commissioner; of Public .Works with reference to the railway charges generally - both for. passengers and goods. The following accojint of the (proceedings is summarized from the report appearing in the Advertiser on the follpwing day. Bis Worship the Mayor of Gawler presented a;memorial embodying the resolutions carried at a public meeting held in that town, to the effect that the rate of passenger fares prevents the railway being fully availed of; that the fares generally should be reduced, and a third-class carriage provided; also that the traffic rates for general merchandize Should be equalized and re duced as soon as possible. Mr. Bright, M.P., while supporting the me morial with respect to the goods traffic could not agree that the passenger fares were too high, but thought it might be well to provide a third class carriage. Mr James Martin, M.P., Messrs. Buehan «f.P., Mitchell J. P., .Roedig...
THE KAPUNDA HERALD. Friday, April 5th, 1867. OUR AGRICULTURAL YIELD. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 5 April 1867
T^E KAPUNDA HERALD. Friday, April 5th, 1867. ODtfi AGRICULTURAL YIELD. The summary of the result of the labours of the agricultural statistic collectors has been laid before the public, and the facts and figures therein contained are sug gestive of much useful thought, and afford good ground for self-gratulation. It is very pleasing to find that the total yield for the Colony is very nearly double that "of the preceding season, the figures being 6,410,865 bushels this season against 3,587,800 bushels last year. - True there is an increase of acreage, but that is of com paratively small extent-the area in cultivation under wheat last season being 410.608, and 447,331 acres this year-an increase .of 36,723,. the average pro duce per acre being in 1865-6 8 bushels 44fbs., and in 1866-7 14 bushels 201bs. This excessiye produce will go far to make up for the low prices which have thus far prevailed, and will be the meanb of bring ing a large amount of foreign capital into the market-and ...
MUNICIPAL CORPORATION. MONDAY, MARCH 25, 1867. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 5 April 1867
MUNICIPAL CORPORATION. MONDAY, MARCH 25. 1867. Present-His Worship the Mayor, Councillors MacLaren, Moyle, Nock, Pearce, Thomson, and Tyrie; and the Town Clerk. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. Councillors Day and Bowett were excused for non-attendance, on account of personal illDess in the case of the former, and the latter by reason of domestic affliction. APPLICATIONS. The following applications were received for the office of Inspector of Nuisances at the salary of £52 per annum:-I. Josiah Francis; 2. John Hill, sen.; 3. Donaid Baron; 4. Charles Middlemist; 5. James Cunniffe; 6. Michael Kinnear; 7. Frederick Maygar. ^ Councillor Pearce here pointed out that they could not proceed to appoint the Inspector that day, as the 33rd Bye-La-w provided that five clear days' notice must elapse from the date of the notice before the appointment took place, and this matter had not been advertised until the previous Friday. The further consideration of the subject...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 5 April 1867
SPECIAL SALE OF SCRUB LA.NDS. THURSDAY, APRIL 11, 1867. Crown Lands Office, Adelaide, February 27, 1867. KTOTICE is hereby given that the fol J-l lowing portions of Crown Lands will be offered for sale by public auction at the Land Office, Adelaide, on Thursday, the eleventh 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 Parlia ment 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. WILLIAM MILNE, Commissioner of Crown Lands and Immigration. Cohhtby SECTIONS.-Upset price £1 per Acsre County Crawler-On the eastern boundary of the Hundred, from five to nine miles south of Dunn's Bridge over the Wakefield, Hundred of Balaklava. Lot. Sec. Acres. Lot. Sec. Acres. 1298 29 66 1315 46 196...
CORRESPONDENCE. RAILWAY CHARGES. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 5 April 1867
COKRES PONDENCE. RAILWAY CHARGES. TO THE EDITOR. Sir-^-Would you oblige me and many others by;sfcating who were the members of the Ministry at the time the high rate of railway carriage-viz., 26/ per ton for wheat from Kapunda-was first made; and, also, the -names of the Ministry at the timerthe deputation was sent from Kaprmda some years since to fay to get those charges re duced? My reason for asking is this-tlxe present Government are getting all the blame, first, because wool and copper was charged less than-wheat; second, because tliey raised the carriage on wool and copper 3/ per ton, and lowered the carriage on wheat 6/ per ton, to make them equal; which is all we can reasonably expect until a general reduction of charges takes place. X have a strong suspicion that some of the that spoke so bitter against the present Government at IVeeling, when they were not there to defend themselves, were members of the Ministry .when the charges were first made; and if they were not, they...