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MOONTA. Tuesday, April 2, 1867. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 5 April 1867

MOONTA. fFrom our own Correspondent.'] Tuesday, April 2, 1867. I 111.spite of .the' very conflictingreports con cerning the Barrier Ranges gold diggings, the miners here'.still continue migrating thither in parties of five and six at a. time. ,"; So late as yesterday a cart-load startedfor that locality* The tradesmen are actively watching those departing lest any unfortunate debtor be amongst .them. The miners are hoarding their money, and the storekeepers have a. holiday. .The only jsensataon. since my last was caused by Mr "W. ~C. .Hitcben, the celebrated billiard player. He played splendidly, though not in such a flashing manner as the champion. His . greatest number , ofBpot strokes was eight, and his highest break, seventy-two. In a break of fifty-one he succeeded in establishing a beau tiful nursery, : sporing. fourteen consecutive cannons. - Traffic in sharea has ceased, owing to the want of money. I believe shares in the Great Euko : Mine may be had for 2/6 to 3/; Poonas sl...

Publication Title: Kapunda Herald And Northern Intelligencer
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MISCELLANEA. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 5 April 1867

MISCELLA.NE A Frenchman suggests an apparently successful plan for electroplating, so as to secure at once a brilliant surface. He says that by adding to the silver and potassium bath a very small quantity of sulphuret of carbon, the deposit takes place with a most perfect evenness, and results in the pro duction of a highly brilliant surface on the object plated. ADVENTURES ON THE TIGHT-HOPE. The Buffalo Courier states that Mr. Xieslie having undertaken to give the people of Bayfield, Canada West, a performance on the tight-rope, stretched his rope across the James, a distance of 600 feet, and pro ceeded to walk over it, and when midway to go through various manoeuvres and feats of skill. TJpon afterwards nearing the opposite bank he found a number of persons greatly excited, and could hear them say, "D-n him, he's the devil' Cut the rope! Cut him down," &c. Leslie continued to move along on the rope, but before he could reach its terminus the slender bridge was cut, and he...

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SENSATIONAL SIGNS. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 5 April 1867

SENSATIONAL SIGNS. Mr Editor, Dear Sir-I wish through the columns of the 'Herald to call your attention to a most indelicate exhibition which takes place daily, at the upper end of the Main-street. I mean the laoisting on a flagstaff of three articles of female attire, which are at all times better kept out of sight. I understand that such a proceeding is not chargeable to -any of our regular Kapuuda tradesmen, and :I am glad to hear it; but that tome " Adelaide Gentry" have found their wiay into our Town, and wish to draw attention to the fact, by doing what I should think any decent man would blush to do. ?= I hope that drawing the attention of the proprietor to the matter may have the effect of causing , him to discontinue so indelicate a practice, or if not that the ladies of Kapunda will show their feelings in the matter by meanwhile . keeping away from that place qf business. Toms Sad.. A MOTHER.

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KADINA. Tuesday, April 2, 1867. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 5 April 1867

KADINA. ["From our own Correspondent. J . Tuesday, April 2, 1867. The chief topic of conversation is the Barrier ! Ranges gold-fields. Several parties have already left the Peninsula for the scene of action, and many others are 011 the qui vive .to ;be off. In consequence, business is very dull and money very scarce. On Friday evening last a meeting was held at Burchell's Hotel to consider the desirability of purchasing the steamer Kangaroo on the co operative system. Mr G, N. BirkSj J.P.,, occu pied the chair. There was a good attendance. Several addresses were made showing the benefits to be derived from the scheme. It was proposed to divide the steamer into 1,260 shares of £5 each, the company to be formed when 400 shares have been taken. ; < On Monday next the return mateh between the Wallaroo and Wallaroo Mines Cricket Clubs is to to be played in Kadina. The members of the Young Men's Association will give their annual soiree on Wednesday, 10 th instant '; theBe ente...

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LOCAL COURT—KAPUNDA. Thubsday, MARCH 28. ("Before J. S. Browne, Esq., S.M., W. Lewis Esq., J.P., and H. G. Kelly, Esq., J.P.] FULL JURISDICTION. CRIMINAL, SIDE. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 5 April 1867

LOCAL COURT-KAPUNDA. Thubsday, MABCH 28. ("Before j. S. Browne* Esq., S.M"., W. Iiewis Esq., J.P., and H. G. Kelly, Esq., J.P.] FUMi JOBISDICTION. CHIMIN AX, Sidk. Truan Wilson was charged, on the informa tion of Mr A. White, with stealing fowls and turkeys, his property, on the night of the 9th March. Mr Palmer for prisoner, who pleaded not guilty. Mr Abraham White was examined by Corporal O'Brien, and repeated his former evidence, stating the value of the fowls to be 12/6. , . Mr Pa,lmer objected to a question as to iden tification of fowl produced in the Court at the preliminary examination, of which a note was taken. _ . By Mr . Palmer-Had a large. number of poultry; did not know how many fowls he had, but on the Saturday before these turkeys were stolen had twenty-six turkeys ; on Sunday counted and found but twenty-four; did not see ;the poultry in possession of the prisoner; they were in; Mr. Moody's horse-dray; he believed the turkeys were his, but as they did not brand turk...

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THE FREELING DINNER. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 5 April 1867

THE. EEEELING DINNER. TO THE EDITOR. : Sir-In reading - the speeches made at the Freeiiag diouer, the Committee on railway charges wish to mate a few remarks, and apologise for an unintentional remark or two made by one of their body-James Macnamara. Sir, the Committee were unanimous in their opinion that the Government did not do justice. to their cause in not reducing the charges on : wheat as requested by either the first or second deputation; And as a consequence, the Commis sioner of Public Works, or any other member ~ of the Government, was not invited, as it was considered it would be impossible to treat them properly as guests. But the Committee were of a different opinion witli regard to the Par liament, and no one of them should know and think better on it than Mr Macnamara that the hon. gentlemen who were present, and assisted at the deputation, and attended at the dinner, or apologised for not attending, and several other hon. members who were hot in attendance, or invit...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 5 April 1867

COTTAGES AND LAND. GREAT BABGAINS. AT THE ROOM, NEXT THE SIR JOHN FRANKLIN HOTEL. ON SATURDAY, APRIL 6. AT HALF PAST TWO O'CLOCK. JOHN SMALL is instructed by Mr " "William Beer to sell by auction, as above First-class COTTAGE, on South Terrace, next to Mr Schramm's. AND . Blocks 66 and 68, Seetion 1470, on the top of- the hill in Victoria Township, with a Large Two-Roomed S KII iLIOW of Stone, and Iron Roof. The land is fenced, and contains Nine and three-quarter acres, and the SITE is the BEST. IN THE TOWN. Most of the Purchase Money can remain on Mortgage at 10 per cent. RESERVE NOMINAL. On SATURDAY, APRIL 6, at 2 o'clock p.m. BY ORDER OF THE MORTGAGEE. AT CRASE'S ROOM, KAPUNDA, rro be SOLD by AUCTION (unless previously disposed of by private contract All that VALUABLE SECTION of LAND, containing 615 acres or thereabouts, No. 16, situ ate in the Hundred of BELVEDERE, County of Light; together with alL Houses, Outhouses, and Buildings erected thereon. The above Section is situate w...

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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 5 April 1867

WEEKLY CALENDAR. Day oj? Month and Week. Satday., April 6 Sunday, " 7 Monday, " ' 8 .Tuesday,-, " ,, ,9 Wednesday" . 10 Thursday, " 11 Friday, .u 12 : 'Bun. Rises. Sets, ?.m. ?.21 6.22 «l23 6.24 6.25 6.25 6.26 p.m. 5.46 5.44 5.43 .5.41 5.40 5.39 5.38 Moon. Rises. a.m 7.22 -8.28 -9.35 10.40 11.42 p.m. 1.30

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ADELAIDE CORN MARKET. Adelaide, April 4, 1867. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 5 April 1867

ADELAIDE CORN MARKET. Adelaide, April 4, 1867. The Wheat market has been exceedingly firm during the ?week, and the price is slightly im proved/ Of Flour a few sales are reported at current rates. Bran and Pollard are in good de mandfor home consumption. We have hardly any business to report on Oats and Barley. The trade in general-merchandise is still- very inac tive. Our quotations to day are as follow: Wheat at Port, 4/2 to 4/3 per bushel; ' ditto -in_tosav4J; Flour, £10 to £11 per ton; Bran, /10; Pollard, 1/ to 1/1; Cape Barley, 2/9 to 3/ English ditto, 3/9 to 4/3; Cape Oats, 3/9 to 4/; English ditto, 4/to 4/3. A. F. CHRISTEN & CO. " Kapunda Herald " Office, Friday, 'April 5, 1867. Wheat, 3s;trd per bushel' Flour per ton, .£10 10/ . Ditto per bag, 23a Ditto per lb 2d

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LOCAL COURT-KAPUNDA. MONDAY, APRIL 1, 1867. [Before J. S. Browne, Esq., S.M.] UNSATISFIED JUDGMENTS. WILLETT v. OWEN. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 5 April 1867

LOCAL COURT-KAPUNDA. MONDAY, APRIL 1, 1867. [Before J. S. Browne, Esq.. S.M.] UNSATISFIED JUDGMENTS. WILLETT v. OWEN. Judgment debt of £5 12/0. In this case the plaintiff applied for an order for payment in full, as the defendant had a house and allotment of his own, and was earn- ing £15 per month. Order made for 10/ per week. HARRIS V. MACKAY. Judgment debt of £1 15/3½. Struck out, neither party appearing. WILLETT v. RICHARD HOOPER. Judgment debt of £3 12/4.   In this case the party appearing to the sum- mons said it was addressed to Richard Hooper, whereas his name was Anthony Hooper. Plaintiff stated that defendant was the man to whom he had supplied the goods, and against whom the judgment had been obtained. He had not been paid the money. Anthony Hooper said he was not the defendant, and should not ap- pear in the case. His Worship said plaintiff must look out and get the right defendant, against whom he then made an order for 10/ per week. HARRIS v. AVERY. Judgme...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 5 April 1867

N TO ID V E RTISBRS in the KAPUNDA HERALD.-The following is the SCALE of DISCOUNTS on Advertisements n the KAPUNDA HERALD, when prepaid: 3d'intheShilling,or25percent. insertion 3jd.intheShiliing,op29jpereent. duS^S-.} 4d.inttteSlulling,orSSjpercent. The Scale of Charges is as foilowis: Two lineB ... One Shilling. Three lines v.* One Shilling and Sixpence. . Four lines ... Two Shillings. Five lineB ... Two Shillings and Sixpence. ; Six lines... ... Two Shillings and Sixpence. T Each line more Four-pence. . Figor<j,or Table-work Advertisements, charged at sixpence per linethroughout. ; The KAPUNDA HERALD willhave anexten sive circulation all over the Northern Country, including Gawler, Sheaoak Log, Greenock, Nun ootpa, Angaston, Stackwell, Truro, North and South Rhine, LyndochValley, Moorandee. Stock port, Linwood, Gilberton, Rhyme, the Wakefield, Riverton, ^Saddleworth, Auburn, Mintaro Leaa irigham, Watervale, Penwortbam, Glare, SLrunt Remarkable, Port Augusta Eedruth, Koo...

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THE NEW DOCTRINE IN DIVORCE. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 12 April 1867

THE NEW DOCTRINE IN DIVORCE. Apart from the general question whether any petitioning husband would be poltroon enough to receive a maintenance from a wife who lias dragged his honour and his happiness through .the mud, it is worth while to discuss the position in equity of a wife's separate estate with regard to the rights of the husband. We know that by the ancient common law it was impossible that the wife should have any power of disposition over pro perty for her separate benefit. In modern ' times, however (Mr. Williams observes in. his " Manual of Heal Property")," a moie liberal doctrine has been established by the Court of Chancery, for. this court now per mits property of every kind to be vested! ia trustees in tr ast to apply the income for the sole and separate, use. of a. woman during any coverture, present or future. The court will prevent the husband from interfering with her in the disposal qf sucli income, ' and; she will consequently enjoy the same absolute power of...

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ORIGINAL POETRY. A PSALM OF LIFE. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 12 April 1867

ORIGINAL POETRY. A PSALM OF LIFE. High poet of the western world, a home there ia to-night, Where, cold though winds without may rage, within, all warm and bright, The fire shall blaze, the lamp shall burn, the merry jest prevail, And pipe and dance go hand-in-hand, with legend and with tale ; And I mind me of a soft white hand, and pure as the ivoiy key, Who will lend the aid of a gentle voice, en hancing mirth and glee; And perchance, in the thought ofoneaway, she may graciously entwine The bard of a far-off sister-land with the Laureate's tender line. Then deem me not unworthy all, nor the humble-, boon deny A homeless pilgrim asks of thee, 'neath a sultry Southern sky; But grant a kind acceptance to the burden of a song, ; From one who moved, in byegone times, in that . happy social throng. And give him chance, this Christmas Day, an hour from pain to win, Where all seems warm and bright without, but cold and bare within. It. is not that I love no more the dear old English ; lay...

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CORONER'S INQUEST. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 12 April 1867

CORONER'S INQUEST. An inquest was held on the 2nd April by J. S. Browne, Esq., at Alma Plains, as to the origin of a fire which occurred at Mrs. Murphy's on the 16th of March last. Mr J. Day was elected foreman, and after the scene of the fire had been viewed, the following evidence was taken. Mrs. Elizabeth Murphy examined. By the Coroner-On the 14th March told her servant-man to be particular in making every thing safe for lighting a fire in the Btubble, but that it was not to be lit until h»r brother came down ; Patrick O'Dea was working for witness and her brother, and he said there was no use'in wasting time over it; witness told him he might come and work in the garden, and leave John to look after the stubble; witness went to Kapunda on the Friday, returning home on Saturday, when she found the grass paddock and the fence all in flames; Pat O'Dea was in his bed about 8 or 9 p.m.; witness asked him about it; he said the other man had gone away, and he went to bed, and knew not...

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MUNICIPAL CORPORATION. MONDAY, APRIL 8, 1867. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 12 April 1867

MUNICIPAL CORPORATION. MONDAY. APBTC. 8, 1867. Present-His Worship the Mayor, Councillors Pearce, Tyrie, Nock, Moyle, Thomson, Day, McLaren; and the Town Clerk. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. Councillor Rowett excused for non-attend ance on account of illnes". CORRESPONDENCE. Letter read from the .Chief-Secretary's office relative to allowance for destitute poor in the Corporation and District Council of Kapunda. Received and read. From Mr James Greenwood, calling attention to the fact that the footpath opposite Ms pre mises was much lower than the crown of the road, and complaining, that in consequence the footpath was frequently overflowed during rain, and urging upon the Council the necessity of rectifying the same. Councillor Pearce thought that the matter should be attended to at once. Councillor Thomson wished to know upon what princple they would rectify the footpath. Lucas-street was just in the Bame position as Elizabeth-street, Melbourne; ther...

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LOCAL COURT—KAPUNDA. MONDAY, APRIL 8, 1867. [Before J. S. Browne, Esq., S.M.] DEFENDED CAUSES. W. C. OLDHAM V. CHAMBERLAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 12 April 1867

LOCAL COURT-KAPUNDA. MONDAY, APRIL 8, 1867. [Before J. S. Browne, Esq.. S.M/J DEFENDED CAUSES. W. C. OLDHAM V. CHAMBERLAIN. Claim for £15 for goods sold and delivered. 1 Mr Rudall appeared for the plaintiff on behalf of Mr Brady; Mr Benham for the defendant. Mrs. Chamberlain examined. By Mr Budall-Carried on a butchering business; her son managed it, and did the buy ing, witness paying the bills for the cattle; her Bon had never bought any horses for her, nor had witness bought any ; used horses in her business, but she had had them a long time-one three years, and one five years; had not had any fresh horses within the last three years; her son got one from the German a short time back in ex change for another; that was used in the busi ness ; witness partially made the agreement for the exchange, her son concluding it; the cattle vmi 80,1 * were paid for either fay cash or bills; Bometimes witness signed the bills, and sometimes her eon; had seen Mr Oldham at her place three times...

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KAPUNDA RACES—SETTLING. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 12 April 1867

KAPUNDA RACES-SETTLING. On Monday last a meeting of the Kapunda Race Committee was held at the Miners' Arms, for the purpose of settling for the late Races. The attendance was rather limited, only one gentleman being up from Adelaide. The follow ing amounts wereihanded over to the respective winners t Mr Bawden-Maidens, £20; District Plate, £20. Total, £40. Mr J. Scott-Town Plate, £50; Handicap, £56 ; Booths' Purse, £9. Total, XI15. Mr J. Harvey-Hacks, £7 10/; Hurryskurry, JE4 5/. Total, XI1 15/. Mr H. Pegler-Hurdles, X40. Mr Ryan -Selling Stakes, £34. Mr H. G-. Morris-Beaten Stakes, £15. After the cheques had been handed over to the winners, or their representatives, the Secretary intimated that it was desirable to form a Jockey Club, to be called the ' Kapunda Jockey Club,' and invited names for that purpose. About fifteen gentlemen put their names down as a be ginning. This business concluded, the meeting settled down to enjoy themselves, as a celebrated hon. member would say, in...

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HAMILTON. April 11, 1867. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 12 April 1867

HAMILTON. ["From.oniown Correspondent.! April 11, 1867- 1 For want of something more interesting, my topic on this occasion must be the:weather, that never-failing dernier resort of correspondents. <f«I Friday evening last we were visited with a heavier fell of rain (accompanied with loud peals of thunder and fierce lightning) than any that can be remembered by the oldest" riesident in the neigh borhood to -have fallen in so short a time, it having lasted only about eight hours, and the amount, as '-registered by the -rain-gauge, being 3'38. . On Saturday- the River Light was swollen to an.unprecedented height, sweeping away the fences-for-ffliles^ftlQHg . its course, and- carrying with it large logs of timber, tanks, troughs, and even a horse-dray and; winnowii^-maehiiie-the former being swept about a quarter of a mile, and the latter being.. found,, -not much the.. worse for its trip, about fiye miles from the place where it stood the previous night. The same night the ...

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CLARE. Wednesday, April 10. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 12 April 1867

CLARE. [From our own Correspondent.! "Wednesday, April 10. 1 am glad to be able, as well as your other cor respondents, to record an abundance of rain, ?which fell here on Friday night last, our rivers and creeks all being more or less flooded, and fences and gardens washed away-but, I am happy to say, without loss of life, which often happens on like occasions. The reported gold diggings at the B&jrrier; Ranges do not seem to have taken such a hold on the imaginations of the people in our immediate.. neighbourhood as is the case some few miles lower ' down, although, nevertheless, I should like to hear the reports reliably confirmed. - I am glad to find our Institute Committee seem. - determined to again use a little more energy than of late, and intend obtaining the service? of > some able lecturer ; when it is hoped the public will assist them by coming forward and endea vouring to throng the Hall. Since writing you last a whole family living at Armagh had a narrow esc...

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TRUBO. Wednesday, April 10. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 12 April 1867

TKUSO. {"From oar own Correspondent.! Wednesday, April 10. 1 -Since my last nothing of importance has trans pired worthy of notice until last IViday night, when we were visited .by a very heavy rain and flood, causing considerable damage to bridges and fences. A bridge recently erected by the in habitants of Truro over the creek, was carried away by the flood to a distance of nine miles. Some of the oldest inhabitants here inform me that they have never known of such heavy rains in this place before. It is to be hoped the Wheal Barton Mine will soon be worked again, as it will be a great loss to the distric-s if the works, which have been stopped for the last month, should be suspended alto gether. There are several buildings in course of erection in this place, which give it quite a lively ap pearance. There are also-several shops which have lately been erected by various tradesmen. There is great need, of a District --Council here,' as the main road is in a fearful state in the wi...

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