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NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 10 May 1878

NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. "W. a. c."—No.

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FREELING. [From our own Correspondent.] May 9. 1878. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 10 May 1878

FEEELING. [From our own Correspondent.] May 9. 1878. During tlie late elections there was not much, excitement here, until tlie result was known; then the electors woke up and said, who would have thought it? Many were sadly disappointed, but it was too late to ex ercise their neglected rights. This is not the first time the District of Light has fallen into the "'error of electing one they know little or nothing about. It seems to me experience is sometimes bought at great cost. I suppose the lesson taught on this occasion will not be easily forgotten, nor be void of causing the electors of Light, to be very cautious in re ceiving and returning strangers as their repre sentatives in Parliament in future. An old adage says, never a rule without an exception —so we may say, " not every lantern can give a pure and clear light." Great sympathy was felt here towards the public meeting that was called for last Tues day evening at Kapunda. We were glad to see by the daily papers of that d...

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CORRESPONDENCE. THE KAPUNDA HOSPITAL. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 10 May 1878

CORRESPONDENCE. [It must be understood that we do not necessarily endorse tlie opinions of Correspondents under this heading.] THE KAPUKDA HOSPITAL. TO THE EDITOE. Sir—In answer to the latter part of Mr. W. Reddan's letter as to the Hospital, I beg to inform him that the rules of the Hospital do not allow the Secretary or other officials to receive from patients perquisites either in money 01* kind: and would further inform liim that I have never received any perquisites from any patient in any sliape, nor am I aware of any other official in the Hospital having done so. If Mr. Ueddan -would become a subscriber to the Hospital, he would be furnished with the printed rules and regulations. I am, Sir, &c. J. D. COSSINS, Secretary. May 9,1878.

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The Kapunda Herald. FRIDAY, MAY 10, 1878. THE RESIGNATION OF MR. CARROLL. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 10 May 1878

Cijc HaptutUa f^eralD. FRIDAY, MAT 10, 1878. THE RESIGNATION OF ME. C AEE'OLL. We were very much, and agreeably, surprised to find in the Adelaide papers oi Tuesday last a notification to the electors of Light from Mr. Carroll that he felt it imperative on him to p lace his resignation in their hands. We were surprised that he should have adopted this course, be cause it was so utterly opposed to the spirit of Mr. Carroll's determination as announced in the previous Satur day's issue of the Lantern; but pleased, because we feel that in adopt ing this course Mr. Carroll has taken the only step open to him under the circumstances, and we are still more pleased because of the good taste in which Mr. Carroll announces the de mination at which he has arrived. He really expresses t contrition for the course he has pursed in his candida ture. While admitting that he was premature in seeking the position he aid, he states that during the past three years he has been striving to earn an hone...

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PUBLIC MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 10 May 1878

| PUBLIC MEETING. I . A meeting "was held at the Institute Hall on Tuesday evening last (which was called by requisition to His Worship the Mayor), for the purpose of taking into consideration the advisability of calling on Mr. F. S. Cairoll to resign, or to petition Parliament to declare the seat vacant. Notwithstanding the belief that there would be no meeting, about 300 persons were present. Dr. Blood, the Mayor, was voted to the chair, and in opening the proceedings read the advertisment convening the meeting, and a letter from Mr. W. Lewis, J.P., apologizing for absence. He re marked that by that day's Register and Adver tiser he observed that Mr. Carroll had re signed, so that the principal object of the meeting now would be to name a candidate or candidates as being fit and proper persons to take Mr. Carroll's place. (Hear.) sio^nfi; Em°J* was *° 'say the occa sion of the meeting—a very unpleasant one— the &racef«l maimer in which Mr. Carroll resigned. He was elad to ...

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ELECTORS AND CANDIDATES. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 10 May 1878

ELECTORS AND CANDIDATES. Under the above heading the Y. _P. Advertiser has an article referring to the late election for Light, which whilst it contains much with which we agree, also makes statements which are not justified by the real facts of the case. The gist of the article is that the electors did not do their duty when they returned Mr. Carroll in preference to Mr. J. B. Hughes. From this expression of opinion there will be no dissent; but the circum stances attending the rejection are by no means as black as the writer would have us believe. The majority was not a large one ; on the contrary, we believe the difference between the returned and rejected was in this case less than in any other district, being only six, so that had- seven more elec tors gone to the poll and voted for Mr. Hughes he would have been returned. Viewed in the light of who was his successful antagonist the defeat was disgraceful, but as a matter of numbers it was not so. And we are bound to confess tha...

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OUR CITY LETTER. [From our own Correspondent.] Adelaide, May 8, 1878. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 10 May 1878

OUR CITY LETTER. our own Correspondent.] Adelaide, May 8, 1878. The public were sadly disappointed on Tues day at the break in the Singapore Cable not being repaired, although a notice Jvad been posted at the Telegraph Office intimating that it was expected that communication would be restored by noon on that day. Up to 11 o'clock this morning the repair was not effected. The last news we had, which was brought through by steamer from Singapore to Batavia, was of such a nature as to make everyone anxious for European telegrams every day. Captain Glover the representative of tiie Cable Company, who is at present travelling in the Australian colonies, has secured one important concession—that of keeping the office open at night as well as day. A declaration of war might be made at any time, and it is annoying that the line should be broken after the exciting news we last re ceived. The Cable Conference in Melbourne is very likely to decide on some united course of action between the c...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 10 May 1878

TO-MORROW (SATURDAY), May 11. I AT CUMMINS' YARDS, YARROWIE. AT ONE O'CLOCK. A pT DRAUGHT A K jBO COLTS an» FILLIES. tfcO COLES & GOODCHILD are favoured -with, instructions from Mr. Daniel O'Dea to sell by auction, as above, at 1 o'clock— AK HEAD DRAUGHT COLTS and FILLIES. A First-class Lot. Terms—Approved Sills. SATURDAY, MAY 11. TO-MORROW (SATURDAY), May 11. AT ONE O'CLOCK. AT CRASES' ROOM, KAPUNDA. COLES & GOODCHILD are favoured with instructions from a person who is leaving Kapunda, to sell by auction as above— The whole of his HOUSEHOLD FUR NITURE and EFFECTS (removed to Crase's Room for convenience |of sale) comprising— Hair Cloth Couch, 1 Ann Chair 6 Mahogany Chairs, Cedar What-not 2 Cedar Tables, Sofa, Carpets Fender and Fire-irons, Pictures Double and Single Iron Bedsteads Cedar Bedstead, Bedding, Washstands Looking-Glasses, Lot of Books "Kitchen Furniture and Utensils, and Sundries. Without Reserve. Terms Cash. TUESDAY, MAY 14. AT KOORINGA. 1 KA HEAD DAIRY-...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 10 May 1878

Business Directory. KiPlI!V»A. E SEWS TEE, R., Wine, Spirit, and General Merchant, Brewster's Build ings, Main-street. Agent for Salter's and other Wines. - EENHAM, W. H., Solicitor, Notary Public, &c., Main-street. Money to lend on property under the Seal Property Act, or otherwise, at lowest rate of interest. BRUCE, JOHN A., Auctioneer, ■ Ziand, Loan, and General Commission Agent.- Money to Lend in large or small sums. T\UMBRECK, THOMAS, Tanner XJ and Currier, near Morning Star. Leather of every description on hand and to order. Bark, Hides, and Skins, &e., bought. Dumbreck & Mclennan, Tanners and Curriers, Burra-road, (late Frith's). Bark, Hides, &c., bought. Ijeather on sale or to order—first qualify. EMERSON, Mr., Solicitor, Main street, Kapunda. Money to lend on ] Mortgage or Deposit of Deeds. ' EAWCETT'S soothing POWDERS, for Children Teething. Sold in Packets at One Shilling; or by post for Seven Stamps, Address, E. Fawcett, Chemist, Kapunda. ...

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LISTON, SHAKES, & CO.'S AUCTION SALE REPORTS. KAPUNDA MONTHLY SALE, Tuesday, April 30. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 10 May 1878

Liston, Shakes, & Co.'s Auction Saie Reports. Kapujtda Monthly Sale, Tuesday, April 30. iiie attendance at tnis sale was not large, owing to the farmers "being busy seeding; neither was there so much stock yarded as usual. However, neirly every line was cleared at satisfactory prices, as under :—Pigs—Only 81 penned. We sold 70 at from 37/ for small porkers, to 10/ for slips. The porkers fetched about ji\ per lb. Sheep—3,005 were yarded, the whole of which were sold as fol lows :—640 poorly-woolled and aged ewes, in lamb, at 7/; 336 small felt wethers, 11/6 £; 45 fat ewes, at 9/3; 556 cross-bred store wethers, at 12/7 ; 49 merino wethers, fat, at 13/; 153 do, do., at 12/9 ; 303 do. do., at 12/6; 725 do. do., at 13/10 (the last were a very good lot); and 198 badly-woolled wethers, half-fat, at 11/2. Cattle—87 head yarded. Only 51 sold, owners being disinclined to submit to reduced prices. Pat bullocks fetched the following figures : —4 at £1117/6, 3 at £10 10/, 4 at £112/6, 4 ...

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COMMERCIAL. "Kapunda Herald" Office, May 9,1878. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 10 May 1878

COMMERCIAL. " Eapunda Herald" Office, Mav 9,1878. Wheat—5/1 per bushel. Hat—£2 10/ per ton. Wholesale. Retail. £13 per toil 29/ per bag. 1/5 per bush. 1/6 per bush. 1/5 " 1/6 /10 per lb. 1/ per lb. . /7 " /10 '• . 16 " 18 " 1/ " 1/2 " 1/4 per doz. 1/6 per doz.

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MONTHLY CALENDAR—MAY. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 10 May 1878

MONTHLY CALENDAR—MAT. Sun. Moon. Day of Month and Week. Rises. Set?. Rises. Set-. A.M. P.M. A.M. P.M. Wednesday 1 6 41 5 14 5 26 4 0 Thursday 2 6 42 5 13 6 25 4 30 Friday 3 6 43 5 12 7 23 5 9 Saturday 4 6 43 5 11 8 22 5 54 Sunday 5 6 44 5 11 9 20 6 51 Monday 6 6 45 5 10 10 13 7 55 Tuesday 7 6 46 5 9 10 59 9 3 Wednesday 8 6 46 5 8 11 40 10 16 Thursday 9 6 47 5 7 P.M. 11 28 Friday 10 6 48 5 6 0 49 A.M. Saturday 11 6 49 5 5 1 18 0 37 Sunday 12 6 49 5 4 1 48 1 46 Monday 13 6 50 5 3 2 17 2 55 Tuesday 14 6 51 5 2 2 50 4 5 Wednesday 15 6 52 5 1 3 27 5 16 Thursday 16 6 52 5 1 4 18 6 27 Friday 17 6 53 5 0 5 10 7 34 Saturday 18 6 54 4 59 6 15 8 36 Sunday 19 6 65 4 59 7 22 9 29 Monday 20 6 56 4 38 8 29 10 15 Tuesday 21 6 56 4 58 9 35 10 54 Wednesday 22 6 57 4 57 10 37 11 27 Thursday 23 6 58 4 56 11 35 11 57 jp'iday 24 6 58 4 55 A.M. P.M. Saturday 25 6 59 4 55 0 31 0 47 Sunday 26 7 0 4 54 1 28 1 10 Monday 27 7 1 4 53 2 21 1 34 Tuesday 28 7 2 4 53 3 16 1 59 Wednesday 29 7 2 4 52 4 14 2 30 Thursd...

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NEW SOUTH WALES. Sydney, May 8. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 10 May 1878

NEW SOUTH WALES. Sydney, May 8. The honorary medical staff of the infirmary, consisting of eight gentlemen, resigned yester day in a body. The reason assigned is the futility of curative efforts owing to the defec tive sanitary condition of the Hospital.

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THE NEW PARLIAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 10 May 1878

THE NEW PARLIAMENT. The following is a list of the late members of the House of Assembly and of candidates who have publicly announced themselves for election in the new Parliament. The figures against each district indicate the number of members to be returned:— Nobth Ade laide (1) Stubt (2) Wooeoora (2) Stanley (2) Bubka (2) Victoria (2) East Ade laide (2) West Ade laide (2) East Toe BENS (2) Oneaimlrenga (2) West Toe hens (2) Waixae,oo (3) Late Members. N. Blyth New Members. N. Blyth W. Townsend W. Townsend T. King T. King H. E. Bright H. E. Bright J. Boswortli J. Boswortli Sir G. Kingston Sir G. Kingston C. Mann G. Mann E. Bees E. Bees W.B. Rounsevell W. B. Eounsevell G. C. Hawker G. C. Hawker L. Glyde G. S. Fowler J. C. Bray H. Fraser W. "K_. fymrng T. Playford E. T. Smith. W. H. Bundey 3?. E. H. W. Krichauff L. Glyde J. C. Bray W. Kay T. Johnson J. Darling T. Playford D. Murray W. H. Dunn P. E. H. W. Krichauif J. Pickering J. M. Sinclair J. J. Duncan J. Bichards B. D. Boss J. ...

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VICTORIA. Melbourne, May 8. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 10 May 1878

VICTORIA. Melbourne, May 8. 'l'lie Jlixecutive Council liave appointed a Board to enquire into and report on the sub ject of safety cages. The half-yearly meeting of shareholders in tlie National Bank was held yesterday, and a dividend of 12| per cent, -was declared. New Zealand and Western Australia will not be represented at the Cable Conference to morrow. Mr, Audley Coote and Colonel Glover will probably be consulted by the Conference. It is believed that Mr. Wm. Graunson will be the Ministerial candidate for WarrnambooL The wheat and flour market is unchanged. Messrs. Brodie, Conder, & Co., drapers, have stopped payment. Their liabilities are £36,000, and. the assets are estimated at £24,000.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 10 May 1878

t- KAY-E'S fWORSDELL'S PILLS Prepared solely by JOHN EAYE, Esq , Pbospeot Hall, ■ Woodford, London, E. The old-established and most valuable MEDICINE IN THE WORLD. Invaluable for Families, Emigrants, Colo nists, and all who desire a remedy that may be constantly depended on in all cases of illness. No family should be without them. The last mail from Natal brought the follow ing unsolicited letters to the Proprietor:— " Durban, Port Natal, 14th December, 1876. " John Kate, Esq.—Sir—I feel it a duty on my part to speak as to the great benefit I have derived from taking yoar Pills. They not only restore, but invigorate the system. In cases of Bile, Flatulency, Indigestion, &e., they seem to be invaluable. I have recom mended them to friends of mine, and their praise is universal j and I feel convinced that in a hot climate like this, they must be benefi cial in more ways than one. " I am, Sir, yours faithfully, "Joseph William Sanderson Edgson." "Durban, Port Natal. "John Kaxe...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 10 May 1878

~p>LI(xHT AOT) EYE DISEASES. MOEEIS'S EYE IMPERIAL £$3!!!g&L OINTMENT Tae Curative Power of this Great Remedy almost amounts to a miracle. It may be ap plied ) Infants, and the size of a grain of rice to Adults thrice a day cures the worst I cj-ses. Mr. Pearson, Merchant, Newbridge.—I re ceive accounts from all the country around of the wonderful cures your Eye Ointment is doing. I am quite out; send me an imme diate supply. JSrglehr wJc Leader.—The moat successful agent in the cure of the Eye Epidemic in the distiict is Morris's Imperial Eye Ointment. S.. Amaud Merevry.—Moids's Imperial Eye Ointment has found many believers in its eScacy in and around St. Arnaud. Some to our knowledge were cured of most acute inflammation, causing all but comple; ? blind ness. Sold everywhere. Agents for South Aus ra'ia, P. FALK & CO., Adelaide. 24-49 A DELAIDE LIFE ASSURANCE COMPANY. Subscribed Capital, £100,000. Ofpich—84, Waymocth-steebt. DiBBCTOBS; Sir George S. Kingston, M P...

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VICTORIA. Melbourne, May 6. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 10 May 1878

VICTORIA. Melbourne, May 6. Sir. Francis is the only candidate announced at present for Warmambool. The wheat market is easier. The present quotation is 5s. 8d.; flour, £11 17s. 6d. to £12 ; maize, 3s. lid. to 4s. The deliveries of wheat and flour during the past week on the railways amounted to 7,181 bags. Melbourne, May 7. The Intercolonial Cable Conference meets on Thursday. Mr. Berry and Mi-. Cufchbert represent Victoria; Mr. Boucaut and Mr. Todd South Australia i Mr- Buens, Sydney; Mr. Mein, Queensland; and Sir James Wilson, Tasmania. It is probable that New Zealand will also be represented. Mr. Craig is the ministerial opponent of Mr. Francis for Warraambool. An address and a purse of sovereigns have been presented to Father Dowling prior to his return to Ireland by the Garonne.

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LOCAL TELEGRAM. [From our own Correspondent.] Adelaide, May 6, 6.0 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 10 May 1878

tOCAIi TELEGRAM. [[From our own Correspondent.] Adelaide, May 6. 6.0 rj.m. The result of the Flinders election was as follows :—Coglin, 224"; Cooke, 182 ; Mort lock, 157 ; Williams, 142. The Hon. J. P." Boucaut leaves for Mel bourne to-morrow to attend Cable Conference. There is a small rush to Barossa, near Yatta Creek; gold nuggetty. The weather is fine. Business is dull; breads tuffs unchanged; nothing doing. Port Darwin wires that steamer arrived at Batavia from Singapore at 1.30 to-day. European messages are coming through

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NEW ZEALAND. Wellington, May 6. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 10 May 1878

NEW ZEALAND. Wellington, Mav 6. Sir (jteorge <jrrej lias requested the Grovemor to telegraph to England that New Zealand is willing to bear the expense of an armament for the defence of the colony as proposed in a telegram received from Sir Michael Hicks Beach. Four thousand natives assembled at Wat ikiti to meet Sir Greorge Gray and the Minis ters, who arrived there to-day.

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