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DISTRICT COUNCILS. KAPUNDA. SATURDAY, APRIL 27. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 3 May 1867

DISTRICT COUNCILS. KAPUNDA. SATCRDAY, APRIL 27. Present-The Chairman, Councillors Kelly, Hazel, and Richards. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. Councillor Kelly reported that Mr Richardh and himself had met the gentlemen of the Bel videre Council, and stated the offer of that Council to form and make the road through Mr T. Hine'a Section, 1539, if tUp Kapunda Council would pay cost of the land. Mr Hine agreed to exchange one chain width of land, and to fence the same, for possession of the present road and £10. The report of the deputation appointed to in spect the places in the district that require im mediate attention, was as follows :-Kapunda Creek, leading to Mr J. Rounseveil's, requires a wall to he built about ten feet from the fence on south side of road ; Clerk to prepare specifi cation of work. Road at Orchard's bridge-re solved t > be done. Crossing at Allen's Greek ditch to be cut. Huggins's crossing-Clerk to enquire whether road is on priva...

Publication Title: Kapunda Herald And Northern Intelligencer
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KOORINGA. Wednesday, May 1. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 3 May 1867

KOORINGA. I FFrom our own Correspondent. I Wednesday, May 1. A few topics appear to be eagaging the atten tion of the public at present. For instance, a good promising copper discovery has been made at Princess Royal, on Mr Mcculloch's property, and is spoken very highly of as something that is to turn out first-rate; and from the specimens brought in, it certainly augurs well to be a bona fide speculation. Also, a complimentary dinner is to be given to several of the Burra Mine officers, and a large number are expected to attend. The gold diggings at the Barrier Banges ap to be now at a discount; no persona are leaving this place for that part of the Colony.

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LOCAL COURT—KAPUNDA. THURSDAY, APRIL 25, 1867. FULL, JURISDICTION. [Before J. S. Browne, Esq., S.M., W. Oldham, Esq., J.P, and Dr. Blood, Esq., J.P.] [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 3 May 1867

LOCAL COURT-KAPUNDA. THURSDAY, APRIL 25, 1867. FUM, JURISDICTION. ["Before J. S. Browne, Esq., S.M., "W. Oldham, Esq., J.P, and Dr. Blood, Esq., J.P.] Dennis JHcLoughlin was charged with drun kenness and disorderly conduct, and resisting the police in the execution of their duty. Fined 1/ for drunkenness and £h on the second charge, to be paid forthwith, or one month in gaoL INTEHPLEADER. SCHRAMM V. BANDT. Mr Brady applied for the execution credtor, and Mr Palmer for the claimant, Gustav Simon. The Bailiff of the Court examined. By Mr Palmer-Levied an execution on the goods of Louis Bandt. At this stage of the proceedings Mr Brady objected that the notice of action was void, as it did not give the necessary particulars-not claiming any goods seized, merely stating that the claimant had a claim for twelve months' rent. Mr Palmer explained that they claimed not the goods, but so much of the proceeds as would satisfy tbe demand for rent. The objection was overruled. By Mr Brady-Did not...

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CORRESPONDENCE. THE INSTITUTE AND MUTUAL IMPROVEMENT SOCIETY. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 3 May 1867

OOKRES PONDENCE. THE INSTITUTE AND MUTUAL IM PROVEMENT SOCIETY. TO THE EDITOR. Sir-It is much to be regretted that the efforts of the Institute Committee hare not bee i suc cessful in effecting a union with the Young Mens's Mutual Improvement Society. The two bodieB have the same objects, and are doing the same work; and in a town of the limited popu lation of Xapunda their efforts as separate bodies must be weakened by disunion, even supposing they can avoid assuming an antago nistic attitude. It may be worth "while to 9tate the matter calmly. The Young Men's Society is framed for mutual improvement. It proposes to accomplish this object chiefly by means of addresses or lectures upou general subjects, such subjects being open for free discussion. Members are admitted by ballot; ihe term of membership is the payment of a subscription of one shilling a quarter. The mcatings have been held up to this time in a room gratuitously lent for the purpose; a collection of 200 volumes of book...

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STOCKPORT. TUESDAY, APRIL 30. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 3 May 1867

STOCKPORT. TUESDAY, APRIL 30. Present-The Chairman and Councillor Young. No quorum.

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THE MAIN-STREET OF KAPUNDA. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 3 May 1867

THE MAIN-STREET OP KAPUNDA. TO THE EDITOR. Sir-I have waited with patience to hear what the Corporation intend doing with regard to the course of the water through Lucas-street across the Main-street to Brown-street. Now, Sir, I feel bound to make a few remarks on that sub ject, as it appears the Corporation does not in tend doing anything to save us from being flooded every time we have a little extra rain. If Mr Brewer had followed his first level across the Main-street, he would have been right, as it is the nature1, course for the water; but, instead of doing bo, he made the higher side of the street level with the lower, which is contrary to all established principles^ At the time he was taking his levels I called his atten tion to it, and he replied, ' Stop and see,' which I have to my sorrow. The work will speak for itself; and Mr Brewer having made a mistake in his second levels, does not like to own it; if he did he would find plenty of room to make culverts under Main-stre...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 3 May 1867

T H E NAT I 0 N AL BANK OF AUSTRALASIA. Head Office, Melbourne, April 23, 1867. TO THE SHAREHOLDERS OF THE NATIONAL BANK OF AUSTRALASIA. The Directors have much pleasure in submitting to you their NINTH ANNUAL REPORT and STATEMENT OF BALANCES on 30th March last: The Net Profits for the Half-Year, after allowing for Rebate on Bills, Interest paid and accrued on Deposits, and making provision for Bad and Doubtful Debts, amount to .£39,977 14 6 Recovered since last Statement from Bad and Doubtful Debts 70 15 10 £40,048 10 And they recommend that this Sum should be appropriated as follows, viz.: To Dividend, at the rate of Ten per Cent, per Annum £27,000 0 " Bonus, at the Tate of Two and a Half per Cent, per Annum 6,750 O *' Reserve Fund 5,000 0 « Balance carried forward 1,298 10 £40,048 10 4 The Directors congratulate themselves on being able to assure you of the continued and in creasing prosperity of the Bark's business, and that they are now enabled to recommend a Bonus in addition ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 3 May 1867

TO ADVERTISERS in the KAPUNDA HERALD.-The following is the SCALE of DISCOUNTS on Advertisements B tbe KAPUNDA HERALD, when prepaid: iMertioM8..} 3d- **the Shilling, or 25 per cent. 'insertion !.!} S^d.in the Shilling, or 29£ percent. dorC^^rtr.} 4d*in theShilling, or33£percent. The Scale of Charged is as follows: two lines ... One Shilling. Three lines ... One Shilling and Sixpence. Four lines ... Two Shillings. Five lines ... Two Shillings and Sixpence. Six lines Two Shillings and Sixpence. Each line more Four-pence. ligore,or Table-work Advertisements,charged *t sixpence per line throughout. The KAPUNDA HERALD will have an exten sive circulation all over the Northern Country, Including Gswler, Sheaoak Log, Greenock, Nuri ootpa, Angaston, Stockwell, Truro, North and South Rhine, Lyndocli Valley, Moorundee- Stock port, Linwood, Gilberton, Rhynie, the Wakefield, fiirerton, Saddleworth, Auburn, Mintaro Leag ; jngbam, Watervale, Penwortham, Clare, Meant Rem arkahle, Port Auqnsta Redrut...

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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 3 May 1867

WEEKLY CALENDAR. .Day of Month and Week. Satday., May 4 Sunday, " 5 Monday, " 6 Tuesday, " 7 Wednesdy," 8 Thursday, " 9 Friday, " 10 SUN. Rises. Sets ?.m. ?.44 6.45 6.46 6.46 6.47 6.48 6.48 p.m. 5.10 5.10 5. 9 5. 8 5. 7 5. 6 5. 5 MOON. Rises. Sets. ?.m. ?. 9 7.17 8.25 9.31 10.32 11.27 p.m.

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ADELAIDE CORN MARKET. Adelaide, May 2, 1867. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 3 May 1867

ADELAIDE COitN MARKET. Adelaide, May 2, 1867. The past week was exceedingly dull as regards the Wheat and Flour trade, tiardly any Wheat was offered for sale, but at the same time the enquiry was very limited, and con sequently the transactions were small. For Flour the demand is very trifling, and only a few small parcels were placed for export. Bran and Pollard are in fair request for the home trails. In Oats and Barley very little is doing. General business, with very few exceptions, remains remarkably quiet. Our quotations to-day are as follow: Wheat in town, 4/1 per bushel; ditto at the Port, 4/3; Flour, £10 to £11 per ton; Bran, jlO per bushel; Pollard, l/l ; Cape Barley, 3/; English ditto, 3/6 to 4/3; Cape Oats, 3/9 to 4/: English ditto, 4/ to 4/3. A. F. CHRISTEN & CO. "Kapunda Herald" Office,Friday, May 3, 1867. Wheat, 3s 7d per bushel Flour per ton, £ 11 Ditto per bag, 2ls Bran per bushel, Is Od Pollard par bushel, 1/2 Hay, new, per ton-£'z 10/ Ditto old, loose, -£3...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 10 May 1867

HoUomay's Ointment and Pilh. Abscesses, Erysipelas, Piles.-Unvarying success attends all who treat these diseases according to the si nple printed directions wrapped round each pot and box. They a* e invaluable to the young and timid, whose bashfulness sometimes endangers life. A little attention, moderate perseverance, and trifling expense will enable the most diffident to conduct any case to a happy issue, without exposing secret infirmities to any one. The Ointment arrests the spreading in flammation, restrains the excited vessels, cools the overheated skin, alleviates throbbing and smarting pains, and gives great ease. The same directions also olearly point out when and how Holloway's Fills are to be taken, that their purifying and regoiating powers may assist by adjusting and strengthening the constitution. Advt. A WABN1JNU. DO you suffer from physical incapacity 1 Are you sufferii g from nervous debility? "Have you been the guilty victim of any secret vice? Do yon Bufier from ...

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THE KAPUNDA HERALD. Friday, May 10th, 1867. THE LEAGUE STATEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 10 May 1867

THE XAPUNDA HERALD. jFriday, May 1 Oth, 1867. THE LEAGUE STATEMENT. The Industrial League has now pub lished a statement of its views; and as those views are not ideas of one or two, but have been confirmed at large meetings as being a iair statement of the creed of the majority of those present, that state ment deserves to be calmly considered, and not to be just pooh-poohed as a worth less and thoughtless emanation. As we have before said, viewed in the abstract, free trade principles are, in our opinion, the soundest for general adoption; but there are instances in which a particular rather than a general line of policy is more suitable, and the members of the League affirm that the present crisis in the commercial history of South Australia ,is one of such instances } and, therefore, their statement deserves to be calmly con sidered. If there is no force in it, such calm consideration cannot make it more stroDg, but will on the contrary expose its weakness; whilst on the other h...

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PRESENT, PAST, AND FUTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 10 May 1867

PRESENT, PAST, AND FUTURE. A sigh for the Present, A tear for the Past, A smile for the Future And oh, may it last. -MIMMLEE.

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ARRIVAL OF THE ENGLISH MAIL. [Per Magnetic Telegraph.] Kapunda Telegraph Station, 7.15 p.m., May 9. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 10 May 1867

ARRIVAL OF THE KNGLL8S MAIL. £Per Magnetic Telegraph.} Kapunda Telegraph Station, 7.15 p.m., May 9. The Branch steamer arrived with the Soatb Australian portion of the March English mails this evening being only forty-four days from I England. ! The Commercial news generally is favourable. There was a large attendance at the March wool sales, but the prices declined from one penny to three halfpence on fleeces, and a halfpenny on greaBy wool. Copper was also dull of sale, and the prices had declined. Wheat, however, was firmer, the prices having advanced 2/ per quarter. Prince Alfred will shortly visit Australia, in command of the Galatea. The Princess of Wales was very ill. The Derby Ministry was'out. fThe Register of to-day mentions that the latest telegrams show this item to be incorrect, the canard having doubtless originated in India.] An alliance, offensive and defensive^ had been concluded between Prussia, Bavaria, Wurtem burg, and Baden, whereby the latter governments place ...

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MISCELLANEA. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 10 May 1867

MISCELLANEA.. CORRECTING HIS MASTER.-" I say, what are you about-sweeping out the room?"-"No," answered Pat, "I am sweeping1 out the dirt." A sick man was telling- his symptoms which appeared to himself of course, dreadful--to a medical friend, who, at each new item of the disorder, exclaimed " Charming! Delightful! Pray go on!" and, when he had finished, the doctor said, with the utmost pleasure, " Bo you know, my dear sir, you have got a complaint which has been for some time supposed to be extinct ?" A mouse was lately discovered to have taken up her abode on a sheep's back, and a very comfortable home she seems to have found it. The sheep, which belonged to Mr. Cameron, Muckovie, had been driven j a considerable distance to undergo the operation of dipping. The mouse did not stir during the journey, and only ran out from her cosy nest among- the fleece in time to escape a dose of dipping compo sition.-Inverness Courier. A DETERMINED Act.-A poor fellow the other day, in the south...

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CORRESPONDENCE. KAPUNDA CORPORATION. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 10 May 1867

CORRESPONDENCE. KAPUNDA CORPORATION. TO THE EDITOR. Sir-I was very glad to Bee from your last ?week'* Herald that some one had the courage to speak his mind with reference to the mis doings of the Council. One always expects in new Corporations that mistakes and blunders -will be made until the Councillors get used to their work, and the light men are put in the right place. But when they do discover that their plans are not perfect, and have the defects pointed oat bj parties quite as well (and per haps bettter) able to judge as themselves, it does seem strange to me that any body of respectable men should be so slow to acknow ledge their mistake and not seek at once to remedy what is so evidently wrong. I refer more particularly to Harden's and Greenwood's corner. In the former case serious injury and loss haB already resulted from the action of the Corporation, and though the mischief and the remedy are patent to every one, and I believe to the most intelligent of the Councillors...

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THE GIFT OF GAB. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 10 May 1867

THE GIFT OF GAB. Gab, if it indeed be a gift, is one with which our nation is too lavishly endowed. In the office or the theatre, in the counting house or the family circle, the idea seems to prevail that whoever can do the most talking establishes a title to social pre eminence. Husbands and wives, lawyers and clients, merchants and customers in terrupt each other with torrents of words which clearly evince an iron determination to assert this ideal supremacy. ^ You will scarcely meet one boy or sirl in ten but thinks he or she can talk better and more to the purpose than surrounding seniors. Most men of business believe, and make no great secret of the conviction, that they could, if disposed, excel the labours of the professed orator or journalist. The current irreverence for age or experience partly explains this j but bad example is at least as much to blame. A man of affairs who can dash off letters with great rapidity and without making mistakes in figures or calculations, an...

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THE INSTITUTE AND MUTUAL IMPROVEMENT SOCIETY. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 10 May 1867

THE INSTITUTE AND MUTUAL IMPROVEMENT SOCIETY. TO THE EDITOR. Sir-In your paper of last -week I have seen { a letter signed "J. Stewart Browne," which com- I ments rather unkindly upon the conduct of the I Young Men's Society in declining to be altogether ] absorbed in the Institute. !Now as it seems to me that the writer of the said letter is inclined to exercise towards us the sterner part of his prerogative, in being "a terror to evil-doers/' rather than the milder one of being " a praise to them that do well," I trust that you will allow me, a member of the above Society, to make a few remarks in reply, which shall be written in all mildness. With regard, then, to the exclusiveness of the Society, with which the writer finds so much fault-its endeavour to exclude " sinners," aB he puts it, and the religious element or reputation for it, which he seems to dismiss in such an off hand manner, I would eay-it is necessary that a Mutual Improvement S' ciety should be to some extent exc...

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ON THE PURCHASE OF A HORSE. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 10 May 1867

ON THE PURCHASE OF A HORSE, i We intend, in this article, beginning a plain and practical summary oi those things a man should look at and consider before he buvs a horse, We will not allude to the hackneyed question as to what price he can afford to give, or whether he can afford to keep a horse at all, but simply presume that a gentleman wants a horse. The first ques tion he must put to himself is, " ^J^at uses do I want this animal for ? Do 1 want him for a hunter, a hack, a trapper, or a carriage horse?" We will presume that he wants a hunter: " size" is the first thing to he observed; there is no greater folly in the world than buying a horse not big enough for his work. " Rather be overhorsed than underhorseci is an exceedingly practical and wholesome inotto. There are many records of ponies and little horses accomplishing wonders of carrying heavy weights to hounds, of their getting over " pounding" fences, and oi always being "there or there abouts but these may be safely pu...

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TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 10 May 1867

TO THE EDITOR. Sic-Will you kindly allow me space to make a few remarks in reply to the letter of Mr J. Stewart Browne in y«ur last issae ? From the well-known high character of that gentleman, and his efforts to promote the public good, no one would suspect him of any intention to in jure our Society; but I fear that the effect of his letter will be to impair oar influence, by putting us in a wrong position with regard to the public. Wishing that others may have an opportunity of looking at matters from our own stand-point, I submit the followibg statement: About three years ago a few friends, seeing the wants of many of the young men of the place unprovided for, united in forming what is called the' The Kapunda Young Men's Mutual Improvement Society.' Nothing of this kind ex isted here at the time. It was formed on a Chris tian but unsectarian basis. We sought to attain its object by mutually imparting and acquiring mental, social, and religious knowledge, at meet ings held for th...

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