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LOCAL COURT—KAPUNDA. FULL JURISDICTION. THURSDAY, MARCH 22, 1866. [Before J. S. Browne, Esq., S.M., M. H. S. Blood, Esq., J.P., and W. Lewis, Esq., J.P.] CRIMINAL. MANUEL V. O. CONOLAN. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 30 March 1866

LOCAL COURT — KAPUNDA.           FULL JURISDICTION TUESDAY, MARCH 22, 1886 [Before J.S. Browne, Esq., S.M., M.H.S.       Blood, Esq., J.P., and W. Lewis, Esq., J.P.] CRIMINAL         MANUEL V. O. CONOLAN. This was a charge or assault. Prisoner pleaded guilty.       O'BRIEN V. SAME.             This was a charge of assaulting Corporal O'Brien in the execution of his duty in the pre-   vious case.         Corporal O'Brien examined : By the Court—On the evening of the 26th February was at Stockport; there was a row at the public-house; Manuel gave prisoner in charge; took him in custody, as well as two others who were concerned in the fight, when prisone...

Publication Title: Kapunda Herald And Northern Intelligencer
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LOCAL COURT—KAPUNDA. MONDAY, MAY 7,1866. [Before J. S. Browne, Esq., S.M.] POLICE CASES. MONR[?]Y. TREMEAI[?]E. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 18 May 1866

LOCAL COURT—KAPUNDA. MONDAY MAY 7, 1866 [Before J. S. Browne, Esq., S.M.] POLICE CASE MONRO V. TREMAINE. This was a claim for £5 4/2, in which a verdict     was given, by consent, for the amount claimed. STEWART V. HURLING. Case struck out, plaintiff not being present when the case was called on. UNSATISFIED JUDGMENTS. HAWKE AND ANOTHER V. JOHNS   Action for £4 17/9, balance of account.   Mr Johns examined. By the Court—Earned 8/ a day; had had a deal of sickne-8 in his household lately, and had had an advance from Mr Cameron, which would take him seven weeks to repay. An order was made for payment by instal-   ments of 10/ per week. MOYLE V. FARREL In this case an order of the Court had been made on the 10th October for payment of 5/ per week, which had not been complied with. It was stated that defendant (who was absent) was in work at Kadina, and an order was made   for committal for forty days for non-...

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LOCAL COURT—KAPUNDA. MONDAY, JUNE 4, 1866. [Before J. S. Browne, Esq., S.M.] APPLICATIONS. REARDON v. HOGAN. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 8 June 1866

LOCAL COURT—KAPUNDA, MONDAY, JUNE 4, 1866. [Before J. S. Browne, Esq., S.M.] APPLICATIONS   REARDON V. HOGAN Mr. Palmer for applicant; Mr Rudall for defendant. This was an application by the defendant to set aside execution issued in the above case, the money having been paid into Court; the application was on the ground that no copy of taxed bill of costs had been given to the defendant, and moreover that the bill of costs was in excess of what was right, and therefore application was also made that the bill of costs should be reviewed. Mr Palmer urged that the item to which Mr. Rudall objected was a just one, such as had always been allowed. Case Adjourned for a week, to ernable plaintiff's   attorney to produce evidence as to attorney's fees being allowed for taking inscructions when no attorney appears on record. REARDON V. HOGAN.   Mr Palmer for applicant; Mr Rudall for defendant. Application for a fresh summons for a new   tr...

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FLOY; (Continued from our last.) CHAPTER XII. FOUND. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 4 January 1867

FLOY; A TALE, BY " LITTLE JACOB." I (Continued from mar last.J CHAPTER XII. FOUND. In toe course of izzys wanderings she ventured out of the many beaten tracks intersecting the scrub into the dense mallee thickets, f-arless of danger, for Floss was always her. companion, and the tiny, white creature was a sure guide through all the intricacies of the bush. When Floy found how impossible it was to keep her elfin charge at home, she took oare to supply a plentiful supply of sand witches for the two scrub-rangers. They generally returned home about sundown, sorrowfull enough-at lea?t one of them, for Floss was growing sleek, and fat, and frisky again like his old self, and barked gleefully when he caught sight of the rosercoyered walls, of the Dovecot, know ing well what dainties awaited him there ?-what beef, tit bits, and princes of mutton bones, and after his me;*l, which was indulged in to repletion, what a soft downy cushion there was in the piazza for bis wearied bones to repose ...

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SELECTED POETRY. PEACE AFTER STORM. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 4 January 1867

SELECTED POETRY. PEACE AFTER STORM. Peace 1 it is only a promise Fulfilled in Heaven to be! Only s broken rainbow Over a troubled aea! Calm I there was scarcely a murmur, When the night of storm was o'er, Breathed by the lips of Ocean, Along the wreck-strewn shore. Winds! they had sunk to a whisper, Peace was proclaimed cn high, And the sky smiled to the ocean, And the ocean to the sky. Clouds! up iu the fields of azure, Like flocks with their snowy fleece, Feeding in pleasant pastures, Gathered and strayed in peace. Wrecks ? by the storm all scattered Alon? the rock-bound coast, Food for the fires of the fishers Up by the wares were tost. Waves !-that come up and cover The sad wrecks, day by day, And through the broken bulwarks Glide in and out at play. Still! down in the deep clear water You see tbe dark wrecks lie; But treasures not to be gathered Deeper sid darker lie. Peace! it is only a promise, Fulfilled in Heaven to be! Only a broken rainbow Orer a troubled sea! Good Words*<...

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PARLIAMENTARY. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 4 January 1867

PARLIAMENTARY. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. Un vveaneiaay, tlie following Bills were re ceived from the House of Aaasemblr, and read a lirat time:-Waterworks Dry Creek Loop Line, Equity Practice, Mineral Rants, Port Wakefield Tramway, Main Roads Loan, and Scrub Landa Billa. The second reading of the Appropriation Bill was carried by a majority of one, and in the debase which ensued Mr Barrow and Mr Baker got to anything but dignified personalities, which were brought to a close by Mr Parkin remarking that there was nothing about newspapers in the measure before the Council. In the course of his concluding speech Mr Baker intimated that the present would most probably be his last ap pearance in the Council. The Bill was then passed through Committee. The Port Adelaide Waterworks Amendment Bill and the Waste Lauds Leases Bill were read a flrat time. The Port Adelaide Improvement Bill was by leave withdrawn, it being intended to introduce an amended measure. ? new clause was inserted in the Vo...

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TRURO. Wednesday, January 2. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 4 January 1867

TRURO. [From our own Correspondent.! Wednesday, January 2. I A public meeting waa heid in the schoolroom on Friday last, December 23, to take into con sideration the future prospects of the school. Mr Miller was called to take the chair, and opened the meeting by stating that it was called to see if the inhabitants were satisfied with Mr Hopkinp, the schoolmaster; the Chairman, as Treasurer, also stated there was £3 owing by Mr Hopkins for rent, -which must be paid. Mr Taylor asked the Chairman what was Mr Hopkins' agreement. The Chairmaa replied that there was £40 owing on the house attached to the school, and that Mr Hopkins' agreement was to pay three shillings a week interest, which had never been paid. Mr Hopkins stated that the Trustees bad promised to pay him 8/, in stead of that he bad only received 1/ a week from them-leaving the Trustees indebted to him in the sum of £9 2/. Mr Morphett did not think that because a person bad promised to send bim three children to the schoo...

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LOCAL COURT—KAPUNDA. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 27. FULL JURISDICTION. [Before J. S. Browne, Esq., S.M., W. Lewis, Esq., J.P., and W. Liston, Esq., J.P.] CORPORATION APPEALS. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 4 January 1867

LOCAL COURT-KAPUNDA. TBORSDAY, DECEMBER 27. F OLL JURISDICTION. fBefore J. S. Browne, Esq., S.M., W. Lewis, Esq., J.P., and W. Liston, Esq., J.P.] COBPOBATION APPEALS. Mr James Crase appealed against the assess ment of Lot 12, Section 1480, Assessment No. 141, which was assessed at £400, and only £300 last year. A deal of endenoe was taken in this case, Mr Banbury swearing that he, as agent, had offered to take the place on a twenty years' lease at £5n0 per year, and to finish the place. Ultimately the assessment was confirmed at .£353. Mr Crase was also Assessed for property not his, and tlie same was disallowed. He also ap pealed against the wheat store assessment, which was confirmed, as also was the assessment of his allotments in Franklin-street. John Carter appealed against assessment of Lot 3, Block 35, which was confirmed. The Kapunda Mine proprietors also appealed against the assessment, Mr Brace appearing for the appellants, and Mr Palmer for the Corpora tion, as in the pr...

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HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 4 January 1867

HOUSE Oh" ASSEMBLY. On Wednesday, in answer to Mr Strangways, the Chief Secretary replied that the Government ! would only supplement such City Rates as were raised for expenditure on puolic works within | the City. In answer to Mr R. I. Stow, the Chief Secre tary said the attention of the Government would be directed in the rec-ess to the establishing the Cfvil Service on a more satisfactory footing. In reply to questions, the Chief Secretary stated that no tender for surveys in the Northern Territory had been accepted. The Government would, in a day or two, state the conrce 'hey intended to pursue with respect to the surveys. Mr R. I. Stow, with a view to the coos dera tion of the matter during the recess, called the attention of the Government to the breaking - down of the Local Courts system, consequent on the number of appeals allowed to the Supreme Court. Mr Reynolds obtained leave to withdraw his motion relative to the introduction of a fresh Marriage Bill durirg the present ...

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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 4 January 1867

WEEKLY CALENDAli. Day of Month and Week. Satday., Jan. Sunday, Monday,'"'"" Tuesday, " Wedne8dy," Thursday, " JFriday, " .. Rises: Sets a.m. 4 57 4.57 ? *4.58' 4.59 5..0 5. 1 5. 2 p.m. 7 13 -7:13 7.12 7J2 7.12 7.12 7.13 MOON. Risps. a;m, 4il4 5^-4.' 5. SB 6. 0 7.47 8.45 9.43

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CORRESPONDENCE. PROSELYTISM. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 4 January 1867

CORRESPONDENCE, PROSELYTISM. TO THE EDITOR. Sir-Permit me to offer one or two remarks in reply to the letter of one who signs himself ' A I/orerof Decency and Truth,'which appeared in your number (or last week. The writer is very wrathful about a certain little tract, which is alleged to be a Kapunda production, and is supposed to refl&amp;lt; ct on the minister of HiU-street and his friends. With the circulation of this un offending tractate I have had nothing to do; but I happen to know some of the facts relative to its origin and authorship. It is not a Kapunda but an Adelaide production, written by one of the leading members of the Wesleyan body, ! without any reference to Kapunda, and intended for circulation in their own congregations, Ac I cordingly one of their Kapunda ministers dis tributed a few copies amongst those who attend bis ministry, and not amongst members of other denominstions as the writer of the letter asserts. Now, I ask what grievous offence has been com?...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 4 January 1867

MARRIAGES- ~ - BALFOUR - McDonald..-On the. i st January, at Hailes House, Hackney, the resi dence of Mr James Calder, by the Rev. John Gardner, John, eldest son of the late Mr John Balfour, of Greenock,Scotland, to Elizabeth, fourth daughter of Mr Donald McDonald, mer chant, of Thu80, Scotland. EDWARDS-JENKINS.-On the 29th of December, at the residence of the bride's father, Mildred-street, Kapundf, by the Rev. Morgan Williams, B.A., David Edwards, to Mary, only daughter of Mr John Jenkins.

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TEMPERANCE FESTIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 4 January 1867

TEMPERANCE FESTIVAL. The annual festival of the Kapun^a Total Abstinence Society took place on New Year's Day, The members of the Band of Hope met on the Bible Christian ground early in the after noon, sat down on the shady fide of the chape], and rega}ed themselves with the nice plum cake and tea kindly provided by their friends. A few of the children who had gone a step in advance of their fellows, drank nothing but water. The adults met for tea in the old chapel at 5 o'clock. The provisions were most abundant in quantity, and excellent in quality; the only complaint made was by the ladies, who would have preferred to have seen twice the number present to have partaken of thdr hospitality. About half-past seven the public meeting com menced in the new chape), at which, considering the intense heat, there was a moderate atten dance The chair was taken by the President of the Society, Mr. D. N&amp;lt;~cW, who remarked that there were many ways in which good men might be employed...

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NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 4 January 1867

N0TIC13 TO THE PUBLIC, A new Quarter commences with the present Number. Terms of Subscription, 3s. (3d. per quarter, if booked j or 3s. if paid within the first fortnight of the commencement of the quarter.

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AUBURN. Auburn, January 2, 1867. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 4 January 1867

AUBURN. fFrom our own CorresDnndent.] Auburn, January 2, 1867. 1 On Sunday last the Rev. S. An near preached two very impiessive sermons in tbe Bible Christian Church; on both occasions the con gregations were large. On the Monday evening the rev. gentleman delivered his popular lecture on 'Travels in Africa,' when the church was crowded. New Year's Dsy pnssed off very quietly up here, the only amusement on foot being: the soiree given by the Auburn Young Men's Mutual Im provement Society, which was a great success. I am sorry to state that one of our large farmers lost about 500 bushels of wheat on Christmas day, owing to the hot winds. Several other fanners also suffered in a lesser degree. To-day we have had some frightful dust storms, together with a burning hot wind,.but this evening tho weather has changed, and a cool breeze is blowing, which I hope may bring rain. I think the alteration in the time of the arrival and departure of the mail will prove beneficial to this townshi...

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THE KAPUNDA HERALD. Friday, January 4th, 1867. RETROSPECT. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 4 January 1867

THE KAPUNDA HERALD. Friday^ January 4:th, 1867. RETROSPECT. Another year has merged away into the past, and we now stand on the threshold of another similar division of time, the history of which is as yet a blank page to be filled up by each, of us as individuals, and collectively as a people. It is a good old custom which bids: us, having reached another of these mile-posts in the pathway of life, to turn round and glance at the various circumstances attendant on that cart of our pilgrimage, so as to de rive the instructions its mishaps may have been calculated to convey, and to avoid in the next stage of the journey the errors, by which such were caused. In reviewing the past we find much room for congratulation, despite the un doubtedly severe crisis through which our commercial township has been called on to pass. The year opened with glorious indications of prosperity alike for the farmers and tradespeople, but these indi cations have not been realized, owinq; rather to our ow...

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TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 4 January 1867

TO THE EDITOR. Sir-Permit me to etate that the tract on the .ubjectof " Protelytitra; or &amp; dialogue between . Baptiit and a new Convert of another Clwroh|" is not A Kapunda but an Adelaide production Its author has not the pleasure of ' our Baptist minister's' acquaintance, nor tha* of his 'dear friends' in Hill-street; but I feel sure if the cap fits he will not object to their wearine it-for such and such only it was intended. Your im- I pertinent correspondent, who would like people j to believe that he is*a lover of decency and I truth,' has evidently got a sore place, and his j ?roanings are not surprising. His design in re ferring in the same letter to what he calls a 'filthy proceeding' is very apparent, but is too * filthy * to be further noticed. If Mr Claxton who it appears has * led the van' by boldly speaking on two occasions what he feels to be true on the subject of baptism-will now take your correspondent's advice, and make known his views to the * thinking pe...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 4 January 1867

Hollonay's Ointment and Pills. The Knife Superseded.-All afflicted with ulcers diseases of the bones, and inflammations of the joints, should read this testimonial to the cura tive powers of these healing and purifying remedies. Mr. John Allen, 17, Denmark-street Leicester, suffered severely from, n bad foot for three years, during which long period he was under surgical treatmeut without any per ceptible benefit. Ho resolutely objected to amputation, which seemed the only course open, till he providentially tried IIollo way's remedies. Tiie>e gave him great relief, and at last com pletely cured him. Spots, blemishes, sores, and skin disorders, aridintf from impoverished blood, or a reckless course of life, may be removed by the judicious use of Holloway's Ointment and Pills.-Advt. SALE OF CROWN LANDS. THURSDAY, JANUARY 10, 1867. Crown Lands Office, Adelaide, November 29, 1866. VfOTICE is hereby given that the fol 1A loving poriions of Crown Lands will be offered for sale, by pub...

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BIBLE CHRISTIAN CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 4 January 1867

BIBLE CHRISTIAN CHURCH, On Friday last a teq. meeting was he'd in the Bible Christian Chapel, Kapunda, and a lecture ia the ereaiag, the object being to raise fund* i for the support of the circuit. The tea was laid 1 out in the schoolroom, and 8* far as the good things provided were concerned, it was all that could be wished; but the attendance was not so numerous, about 100 persons only sitting down. About 7.30 a fair number of persona attended in the church to hear Mr Hancock's lecture. The proceedings were opened by singing and prayer, after which Mr Trer(se proposed that Sir Roberts take the chair, which was carried. Mr Roberts remarked that he had pleasure in doing 89, There was generally ope question asked on these occasion*, and that was what was their object iu meeting. He then stated the object of their meeting, and also said that Mr Hancock had some time ago delivered the first part of the lecture, of which he was going now to deliver the secotd, riz, 'On the second Missi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 4 January 1867

LAND MART. . '* On FRIDAY, 11th JANUARY, 1867, AT. ELEVEN O'CLOCK PaECISKLT. ?riRBE W) AX: and f will offer for sale by auction W A D H A M> BY OBDEE OF THE MORTGAGEES. Lot . NORTH KAPUNDA. HOUSE, LAND, &amp;c The LAND is portion of Blocks 69 and 70, of Section 1400, containing HALF AN ACRE, on which is erected a HOUSE of THREE ROOMS, built of Stone and Brick, and roofed with Iron, p. The property is known as Mr. A RICHTEB'S. Also, Lot . HELSTON (Kapunda). HOUSE, LAND, &amp;c. The HOUSE, which contains Five Rooms, is ?well-built of Stone, and stands upon as Allot mentof LAND,containing Half an Acre, portion of Section 1479; there is a verandah, also tank, &amp;c ; The property is known as Mr. C. H. BARTON'S. Also, Lot , VICTORIA (near Kapnnda). HOUSE, LAND, &amp;c. The . HOUSE, which is substantially built of Stone, contains Four Rooms, and stands upon an ALL0TMF.N C of LAND, portion of the subdivisions of Blocks 41 and 43, Section 1469. The property is known as M...

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