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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 12 April 1867

HoUomays ~TiUs.-U6uiisel and Com fort-A disordered stomach throws the whole system out of gear and renders as unfitted for both work and amusement. A few doses, of these purifying and strengthening Fills, taken according to their accompanying directions, will, however, speedily restore order and re-enable the stomach to digest its food without difficulty, these excellent Fills are suitable alike for the peer aod the peasantj the soldier and sailor, and particularly for home and foreign colonists, Holloway's Pills are very useful in checking feverish attacks, bilious complaints, and inflam mations. They have also made: the most signal cures in cases of dropsy, and diseases of the kidneys, heart and lungs, when the sufferer seemed past the reanh of medicine.-Advt. A WAKJNIJSG. ~~ ~ DO you suffer froin physical iitcapacity 1 ; Are you sufferii g from nervous debility? Have you been the guilty vie 'tira of any secret vice ? Do you suffer from a set of § ymptoms nearly akin more lor , le...

Publication Title: Kapunda Herald And Northern Intelligencer
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MOONTA. April 9, 1867. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 12 April 1867

JMOONTA. ." fFrorft otir own Correspondent."! April 9, 1867. Considerable regret is felt that Dr. Tallis should see fit to transfer Iris labours to your sphere; he will carry with him the hearty good'wishes of all his acquaintances. We have at length been blessed with the rain so long hoped for. During the whole of Friday.it poured down incessantly, and has given us a respectable depth of water in our tanks.' Friday night was as dark as Erebus is generally reputed to be; the obscurity might almost have been felt. It is generally reported that the Karksrilla Mine is about to be stopped ; and many think that the Yelta Mine will ere long follow suit unless something good turns up. The proprietors of some of the smaller mines are beginning to canvass the advisability of a temporary suspension of operations, many thinking it preferable to wait for the dawn of happier times; for at present shares will not command a fair price, no matter what the size of the lode may be.

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CEASE'S NEW HOTEL. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 12 April 1867

CEASE'S NEW HOTEL. _ From time to time we hare had to call atten tion to the erection of various substantial edifices in our township dedicated to banking or other commercial purpose?, and also to the providing for the wants of the inner man. It is not very long since Mr Harden's new premises were completed, forming an ornament to that portion of the town and providing another first-class hotel, for the convenience of travellers &c. On the present occasion we have to note the com pletion of decidely the most ample, costly, and imposing pile of buildings in the township, which has been erected by Mr Tyrie from the designs of Messrs. Wright, Woods & Hamilton for Mr Crase, wherein to carry on the large trade of the North Eapunda Hotel. The work has been carried on tinder the supervision of Mr Pratten as Clerk of Works. Externally the new building has a frontage to the Main-street of fifty-three ! feet by fifty-six feet to Franklin-street-the rubble being of hard bluesto...

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SMALL TALK. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 12 April 1867

SMALL TALK. The necessity of discovering some theory upon which small talk must be conducted at once appears from the.consideration that small talk: "{!! always exist as an institution of :the country* There must always be a-beginning to any inter C°i?r¥ b®twee11 two people of different sexes rnever spoken, to each other before/ Men surmount this critical period in an ac-i <juainta,pce amongst: themselves easily enough,: ot¥er hand, do women.' If an Eh-, giishnian. is. hard up for a start he can always smoke ; and more friendships, even - in this Cynical .world, begin in smoke than end in it. Newspapers, wine, racehorses, jand the hounds are sufficiently inexhaustible and fertile subjects to pr^ed-with until the ice is definitely broken. And Englishwomen. amongst themselves are as well supplied. They have the interminable theme in the. first place of each other's dresses. Happily for them, every one of them is always dressed differently; and, accordingly, the first nau ho...

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

AUBURN, {"From our own Correspondent.] April 10,1867. On Friday night, the 5th instant, we were '.visited with the heaviest rain that has fallen here for many years; the River Wakefield was flooded on Saturday morning. The rain-gauge at the telegraph-station showed that 1*870 inches had fallen. . - I am glad pa be able to state that as yet J have heard of no serious accident occasioned by the flood. The Rev. S. Keen, Bible Christian minister of this place-and who ia; about to be transferred to Gawier-preached his farewell sermon last night to a luge and attentive congregation. Many of the inhabitants of Auburn, and espe cially those connected with his Church, regret his departure from amongst us; and I can safely say the rev, gentleman has the good wishes of .every one. I am informed that the Rev. Mr Bock will occupy,the post vacated by the Rev. "Mr Keen. I am sorrytofind that in our small township .some discontented persons can be found-those who are not satisfied with a good day's...

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CORRESPODENCE. SENSATIONAL SIGNS. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 12 April 1867

OORRES POND ENCE. SENSATIONAL SIGNS. TO THE EDITOR. Sir-Your correspondent who writes under this head mast be troubled with an unusual amount of delicacy and sensitiveness, to be so uncomfortably shocked at the sight of two or three crinolines, that may be seen hanging in the same way in every draper's shop in South Australia. If it is a gentleman, who writes under that alias, I would recommend a smelling bottle when he goes that way! If a lady-very few would express so much false delicacy. In any case I cannot alter it, and have no doubt their kind advertisement will do me good. I am, Sir, &C., THE ADELAIDE GENT POLITELY REFERRED TO.

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MISCELLANEA.. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 12 April 1867

MISCELLANEA.. How TO RIDE OUT A GALE.-A re tired commander in the mercantile navy writes to the Times, and in commenting on the seamanship shown by Captain Martin, says-" Having been commander of a sailing vessel for several years, I have experienced many severe gales, typhoons, and hurricanes in various parts . of the world and as my experience has led me to form my own ideas as to right and wrong in managing a vessel daring a storm at sea, I would fain ask some of your readers why the London was kept steaming slowly ahead against such a heavy head sea. For my own part I should in such a. case, having plenty of. sea room, dispense with the aid of the screw, batten down all hatches; especially those over the engine room, and.stqkeh.9les, auxlheave the vessel to, under, a, storm-arizen,- or if it was blowing too hard.to carry the storm-m'zeri, I should, in order to keep her to the wind,! lash tarpaulins or sails , round, the mizen rigging. I write not from theory, but experience, hav...

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

KOOHINGA. fFrom our own Correspondent.J Wednesday^ April 10. 1 The alarming accounts received from other districts respecting the late heavy rains aB re gards the disastrous and-, damaging circum stances which have attended them, cannot pass without another addition from this locality. All day on Friday the weather looked very threat ening and overcast, and -towards nightfall it germed to come to the conclusion that it would rain-land rain it did with a- vengeance, the copious showers being escorted in their descent by vivid flashes of lightning and peals of thunder of unusual {loudness. These heavy showers had not continued long before they began to make themselves generally known, by intro ducing (themselves in anything but a polite manner, swamping the houses of many per sons at Redruth and the adjoining township of Aberdeen-thereby damaging furniture, houses, &c. Amongst the foremost of the sufferers are Mr Pascoe, of the Aberdeen Hotel, and the pro prietor of the White ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 12 April 1867

LAND MABT, ADELAIDE. TO FARMERS, CAPITALISTS, AND OTHERS." ON A DAY TO BE NAMED. : REEK) have been favoured wit]i instructions by W A D HAM J J THE EXECUTORS OP THE LATE CHARLES SWINDEN, ESQ., to offer for public competition THIRTY-SIX SECTIONS of Valuable FREEHOLD LAND situated in tlie'Hundreds of G *" GILBERT, ALMA, and..SABDLEWORTH, suitable for k. OCCUPATION or INVESTMENT, ^and comprising some of the Knest Laud selected in these wellJaiown Agricultural District®. Thft Sections more especially. eligible for In VESTMENT are- .. . HUNDRED OE GILBERT, SECTION 395 (Portion of), containing 67 . ACRES, let to R. BentIiEY for a term ex ? . piling May 15,1875, at an annual 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. MQRRISSET, at a rental of £6 12s. per annum to May 10, 1868, and T from that^tipie tp May 10,1875, at £7 14s,. .' ' ' per annum. - ? - ? SECTION 396, containing 111 ACRES, let to.. JO...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 12 April 1867

MARRIAGE. BENHAM-HUGGINS.-On the 10th inst., at Christ Church, Xapunda, by the Rev. J. D. rlbbetspn, William Hoare Benham,E8q., of Ka puada, to: Amie, eldest daughter of James Huggins, Esq., of Kapunda.

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ADELAIDE CORN MARKET. Adelaide, April 11, 1867. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 12 April 1867

ADELAIDE CORN MARKET. Adelaide, April 11, 1867. Very little business has been done in Wheat and Flour during the week. The former is rather scarce and in great demand, whilst Floor ! is neglected and without enquiry. Bran and Pollard are in good request for | home consumption. Barley and Oats are neglected. We quote to-day :-Wheat at the ( Port 4/3 per bushel 5 ditto in town, 4/ to 4/1; Flour, £10 to ill per ton; Bran /10 to /II per bushel; Pollard, 1/1; Cape Barley, 2/9 to 3/; 1 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 12, 1867. GRAIN AND FOBDEA - Wheat, 3s 7d per bushel Flour per ton, J£10 10] Ditto per bag, 23s Ditto per lb 2d PBOVXSIONS Butter per lb-Fresh, IS 9D; Potted, Is 6d Eggs per dozen, IS

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THE KAPUNDA HERALD. Friday, April 12th, 1867. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 12 April 1867

THE KAPUNDA HERALD. Friday, April 12th, 1867. " WE are reluctantly compelled to hold over a leader on Corporation matters, owing to press of news.     IT will be seen by a notice elsewhere that our Catholic friends intend celebrating Easter Monday by a grand picnic at Mr. Duell's paddock, kindly lent for the occasion. The Committee have, we be   lieve, been busily engaged in getting up a number of sports for the occasion, and consequently a very pleasant day's amusement may be anticipated.The   proximity of the ground selected for the picnic will be of great convenience to those who reside in Kapunda, as the site is within easy- walking distance from the township. Gawler has also put forth her claims on some of the members of our Friendly Societies to pay her a visit on   tbat day, the Oddfellows and Foresters of that town having arranged for a joint picnic on the beautiful grounds of the Hon. W. Duffield. Cricket will...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 12 April 1867

TO A D VERTISBRS in the KAPUNDA HERALD.-The following is r the SCALE of DISCOUNTS on Advertisements : n the KAPUNDA HERALD, when prepaid: tosCTtioif. j 3d. in the Shilling, or 25 pet cent. 9inS*w "} 3 Jd.in the Shilling, or 29| per cent. . during^qrtr. } 4d*in theShilling, or 33J per cent. The Scale of Charges is as follows: Two-lines ... One Shilling. , Three lines ... One Shilling and Sixpence. Four lines ... Two Shillings. Five linea1 ... Two Shillings and Sixpence. Six lines;.. ... Two Shillings and Sixpence. ;3£achline:more IVrar-penee. ' 'ligare^orTable^work Advertisements,charged 'Afrsixpence'pkrli&e throughout. . The KAPUNDA H KB AT.T) willhare an exten sive circulation all over the Northern Country, including Gawler, Sheaoak Log, Greenock, Nuri ootpa, Angftston, Stockwell, Traro, North and South Rhine,LyndochValley, Moorundee. Stopk port, Linwood, Gilberton, Rhynie, the Wakefield, Riverton, Saddleworth, Auburn, Mintaxo Leas ^ngham, Watervale, Penwortham, Clare, Meun...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 19 April 1867

Molloway's Ointment and Pills. - TheBe admirable medicaments are adapted to the wants of all ages, ranks, and classes of the com munity. Ulcerations, ba<V lege, and enlarge ments of glands, should be first fomented with warm water and then dressed with this Ointment. Ia a very few days it will display its cooling and curative powers over the deceased parts. When the complaint has become chronic or as weak kened the constitution Holloway's Pills.should be taken, while his Ointment is used to free the whole body from any tainted or foul h urn ours - Both Ointment and Pills may be employed with the utmost confidence, they contain no ingre dients which can do the slightest arm or cause any shock to the most nervous or delicate.-- Advt. A W AKNI.NU. ~ 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 following A pretty fair c...

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ARRIVAL OF THE ENGLISH MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 19 April 1867

ARRIVAL OP THE ENGLISH MAIL. The South Australian portion, of the February English mail arrived in Ade laide on Friday evening last. The tele graphic dates are to March 11. The fol lowing is a snirunary of the news brought, which, is not of a very important characteri and also extracts from the papers to hand* The "Imperial Parliament was opened on thfcSth of February, Her Majesty being present;, but: not reading her speech,. A good deal of excitement is npw felt in. parliamentary .matfcer&at home, moreespe cially with reference, to the Eeform Bill; in reference to which, Lord Derby says that this,, if unsuccessful, will he his last effort.m that direction. Another item of interest :has.beenitbe-protest of the House of Commons against the large share of fbe expenses bf the Paris Exhibition with Whisht ; thfi Britisli. revenue has been sad^ed-7-namWy, £160,000. - The Fenians have been acting -on the; cftFeiistve :j: a rising was anticipated at Chester,. hut. the prompt measur...

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ORIGINAL POETRY. THE LAST PASTORAL LETTER BY THE REV. N. LAST ETON LION, A P—T OF THE C—H C—C AT AGINROOK, VERSIFIED. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 19 April 1867

ORIGINAL POETRY; THE LAST PASTORAL LETTER BY THE LAST ETON LION, A P-T OF THE C--H ? -C AT AGINRGOK, VERSIFIED. Oh crikey; I what a world of jokes Those yummy coyes do perpetrate! .. \Qf coursel meanthe stupid,blokes ,. . ! - 'That; wrote. aboutthe Church of late. Their Jtiurpour's sointenselyirlch . ' It" aliBost iriakes me die of istughing; , 1 With' fiucfe. a "firbt-iatie chance tor chaffing. : But lor 1 It makes nie sick to see - " WhaS Tot they talk about the Bible 5 * St. Peter would have punched thwr heads, " ? Or else hia pluck I greatlyKbel. The idiots seem to think the Book Was brought by angels down from heaven, And with It,'as their'rule of Faith,' Keep Just the wrong day but of seven.. .Irwan^ to know how: they can tell ! '.. The proper number of ^pieties * v!Qr whether, in the wqjid to come,. Saints play on harps or penny whistles 1 fiFor Anything that thw can tell, St. Polycarp's and Clement's letters _Ought to ha.'ce'been1 hound up as weft - : "Witii jvhdtwaa writter...

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MISCELLANEA. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 19 April 1867

MISCELLANEA. There is a legend that one day a woman went to Brigham Young for counsel touch ing some alleged oppression by an officer of the church. Brigham, like a true poli tician, assumed to know her; but when it became necessary to record her case hesi tated, and said, "Let me see, sister, I forget your name." " My name," was the in dignant reply, u Why, I am your wife !" " When did I marry you ?" The woman informed the " President," who referred to an account-book in his.desk, and then said, " Well, I believe you are right. I knew your face was familiar!" A widow lady received a present of a turkey. " Who sent it she asked of the Irish porter. " I was not to tell," said he. "Ah, I can guess," said the lady. " Be dad," said the porter, " that's just what X told Deacon Grant." NOT MURDEB BUT MAIMING.-A gentleman of the bar in Ireland, walking one day with a friend, who was extremely precise in pronounciation,the latter, hearing a person near him say, " curosity" for u curiosity,"...

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FENIAN RAID ON CHESTER. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 19 April 1867

FENIAN RAID ON CHESTER. There was a wonderful alarm on Monday, Feb. 11, in the city of Chester. An unaccount able influx of men with nothing to do, estimated at from .500 to 1,500, attracted the attention of the authorities. . Tbe magistrates assembled police and volunteers, swore in specialconBtables, and resolved to remain in session all night; de tachments of troops were sent from Liverpool, and 500 soldiers of the Scots Fusilier Guards despatched by train,: at two in the morning, from London. A telegram from Liverpool, received in London on the evening of the 12th February, indicated a hoax to .serve the purpose of other "perturbera of the law in the shape of prize* fighters. Whatever doubt, however, may have been entertained as to the character and inten tions of the persons who visited Chester on the :above day, it is clear from the statements of , ;Lord Derby .and -Mr. Walpole in Parliamsnt on 'the night of the 12th, that the Government had none. They had no hesitation in bel...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 19 April 1867

DEATH. HARRIS-On the 13th instant, at Kapunda, Harriet Maria, aged eight years and six months, eldest daughter of John and Elizabeth. Harris, Kapunda.

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KADINA. April 16, 1867. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 19 April 1867

KA.DINA. [From our own Correspondent.] April 16, 1867 The return match between the Wallaroo and Wallaroo Mine cricketers took place on Monday, the 8th instant; the day being a holiday with the miners a great many persons assembled to witness the game. The Wallaroo men were the winners by one run. The Rechabites held their annual festival on the same day, so that altogether the township presented a very lively appearance. On Wednesday, the 10th instant the members of the Eadina Young Men's Mutual Improve ment Association gave their annual entertainment in the Oddfellow's Hall. There was a large at tendance, numbering about 200 persons. The Rev. W. Wilson, President of the Association, took the chair, and after a brief address, pointing out the advantages to be derived from such Association, Blighty sketched the progress of the Kadina Association during the past year. The rev. gentleman resumed his seat amid applause. The next thing on the programme was a glee, ventitled 'Lightly trea...

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