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CLARE. MONDAY, MAY 27. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 31 May 1867
CLARE* MONDAY, MAT 27. I Present-Dr. Webb (Chairman), Councillors Pascoe, Priest, and Chapman. The following tenders were accepted, viz. : Contracts No. 1, Armagh-road, S. Scott, £6 per chain; No. 2, do., E. Evans, £7 do.; No. 4, ao., P. Egan. £102 10s. in lump; sundry repairs near Inchiquin Bridge, F. Baum, £14 10s. Clerk to acknowledge memorial from Mintaro, and reply that the matter is deferred for a fortnight for Mi T. Priest's report. Memorial received from a number of ratepayers at Penwortham, asking for various repairs. To be attended to. Chairman andStationmanto have necessary repairs effected near old Police-Station, Clare. Lots taken for retiring Councillors, Messrs. Webb and Roberts retiring by rotation^ and Mr Pascoe by lot. Pay ment, £67 7s. 2d.
FENIANISM. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 31 May 1867
FENIAiMSM. After a brief pause, the Fenian conspiracy has again burst forth-this time on a somewhat ex tended scale, though not in formidable propor tions. There is reason to believe that Tuesday, March 5, was fixed on for a general rising throughout the south and south-west of Ireland; bur, as mual, the secret of the plot had been conveyed to Dublin Castle, and tne authorities were on the alert. For some days a feeling of vague uneasiness had prevailed in Dublin, which the frequent arrests did not tend to appease. Soon after dusk on Tuesday evening the southern suburbs oc Dublin were startled by the assem blage at various points on the road leading to the country of bodies of young men, chiefly artisans in appearance, and labourers, who seemed to be waiting for same signal or some leader. The police took the alarm, and, after some necessary delay, troops were despatched from the barracks at Portobello to the scene of the gathering; but the insurgents had yone off in a south-westerl...
DISTRICT COUNCILS. KAPUNDA. SATURDAY, MAY 25. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 31 May 1867
DISTRICT COUNCILS. KAPUNDA. SATURDAY, MAT 25. Present, all the members. The ramutes of the previous meeting having been rend and confirmed, J. Daly's tender for repairs at Orchard's bridge (£5 18/6) whb ac cepted. Clerk gave information of Mr. Joseph Boodie's willingness to convey to the Council the piece of land near the crossing at Mr Hazel's; resolved, that Mr Oldham be requested to make survey and plan of same. Clerk gave in estimate of repairs to road near Huggins's crossing; ordered to stand over. Letter read, signed by fourteen ratepayers, calling attention to bad state of road, near McCormack's; Clerk to inspect the same, and prepare specification. Deviation of road at Allendale, through Mr Kelley's and Mr. John's ground, also deviation of land through Mr J. Williams's land, both to be surveyed and plans prepared. Ford on Mr John's ground was offered to be made by Mr James Prior for £5, and also to keep the same in repair for two years. Ford on Mr Williams's ground, Clerk to...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 31 May 1867
SPLENDID DOUBLE BUGGY. T O H N' S MALL is instructed by Mr W Robinson, of Hill River, to SPII by auction AT THE FRANKLIN YARDS, Main-street, Kapunda, NEXT SATURDAY, let JUNE, at 2 o'clock, A Jump-Seat BAROUCHE, built in America, .with Pole, Shafts, Lamps, Top, &c., com plete, in first-rate order. Very Strong and Handsome. Terms-Approved Bills at Three Months. May be seen at the Yard. VALUABLE SECTIONS IN THE HUNDRED OF HART, NEAR THE TOWNSHIP OF ANAMA. ON FRIDAY, JUNE 7,1867. AT THE TRAVELLER'S BEST HOTEL, CLARE. BY ORDER OF THE TRUSTEE AND MORTGAGEE. A RTHUR KING is instructed by the Trustee for sale and Mortgagee, to sell by auction at the Traveller's Rest Hotel, Glare, on Friday, the 7th day of June, 1867, at 12 o'clock, noon, precisely, subject to conditions then to be produced, the interest of JameB George Geffard in Lot 1. Those TWO SECTIONS of LAND, NOB. 213 and 133, Hundred of Hart, containing One Hundred and Eight Acres or there abouts. Lot 2. Those EIGHT SECTIONS o...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 31 May 1867
TO ADVERTISERS in the KAPDKDA HERALD.-The following is the SCALE of DISCOUNTS on Advertisements n the KAPUNDA HERALD, when prepaid: insertions?., f Sd*m the shminS>or 25 Percent, i 9inIertSf Sfd. in the Shilling, or29£percent. dmfofvte.} ^Shilling, or 3S£ per cent. The Scale of Charges is as follows: Two lines ... One Shilling. Three lines .. One Shilling and Sixpence. Four lines ... Two Shillings. Five lines ... Two Shillings and Sixpence. Six lineB Two Shillings and Sixpence. Each line more Four-pence. Egdre,orTable-work Advertisements, charged at sixpence per line throughout. The KAPUNDA HERALD will hare an exten sive circulation ail over the Northern Country, Including Gawier, Sheaoak Log, Greenock, Ntxii Ootpa, Angaston, Stockwell, Trnro, North and South Rhine, LyndochValley, Moorundce- Stock port, Linwood, Gilberton, Rhyme, the Wakefield, Riverton, Saddleworth, Auburn, Mintaro Leas ingham, Watervale, Penwortham, Clare, Mfunt Remarkable, Port Augusta Redruth, Kooringa, Blaek...
KAPUNDA MARKET PRICES. "Kapunda Herald " Office, Friday, May 31, 1867. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 31 May 1867
XAPUNDA MARKET PRICES> Kapunda Herald " Office, Friday, May 31, 1867. Wheat, 38 8a per bushel Flour per ton, £10 10/ Ditto per bag, 23s Bread, per 2lb loaf, 4d Bran per bushel, Is Od Pollard psr bushel, 1/2 Hay, new, per ton-£2 5/ to £'* 10/ Ditto old, loose, jE3 Ditto chaffed, ditto £5 0/ Beef per lb, 4d to 6d Mutton, ditto, 4d to 5d Fork, ditto, ditto, 8d to 9d Steaks, and chops ditto, 5d to 6d Hams and bacon, ditto, 1b 6d Butter per lb-Fresh, Is 4d; Potted, 18 3d Eggs per dozen, 1/2 Potatoes, new, 7/ per ewt.; Id. per lb. Cheese, colonial, per lb, 1/3
ADELAIDE CORN MARKET. Adelaide, May 30, 1867. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 31 May 1867
ADELAIDE CORN MARKET. Adelaide, May 30, 1867. in tne Beginning or Hie weeK several large purchases of Wheat and flour have been made for the English market at full rates, but since the last few days the business bas been very slack, and prices are again easier. Bran and Pollard are now better supplied, and last week's quotations hardly sustained. Good English Barley for malting is in reqneBt, but Cape Barley and Oats are very dull of sale. Our quotations to-day are as follow: Wheat; 4/4 per bushel at the Fort; ditto, 4/2 in town; Flour, £10 to £11 per ton; Bran, /9 to /10 per bushel: Pollard 1/ to 1/i ; Cape Barley, 2/9 to 3/; English ditto, 4/to 4/6; Cape Oats, 3/6 to 4/; English ditto, 4/to 4/3. A. F. CHRISTEN & CO.
HAMILTON. May 24, 1857. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 31 May 1867
HAMILTON. ["From our own Correspondent.] May 24., 1857. A public meeting was held at the Farmer s Hotel on Tuesday evening the 21st inst., to consider the advisability of petitioning the Government to place a sum of money 011 tiie estimates, for the purpose of erecting a bridge over the creek, and cutting through the hill lying on the north side of the township-which for some time past has been in a most dangerous condition, owing to the immense amount of traffic, it being on the main road to the Burra. Mr. W. Daw having been voted to the chair, and the meeting opened with a few preliminary remarks, the following resolu tions were unanimously adopted:-1. " That in consequence of the present dangerous state of the Tiill on the Burra Boad adjacent to the townsh'.p of Hamilton, this meeting deems it desirable that a respectful memorial be prepared for presenta tion to the Legislature as soon as possible after the meeting of Parliament; of somewhat the following tenure :-Praying that a ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 7 June 1867
Holloways Ointment.-Sores, wounds, ulceration?, and other diseases effecting the skin, are amendable by this cooling and healing unguent. It has Called forth the loudest praises from persona who had suffered fot years from bad legs, abscesses, and chronic ulcers, after every hope of core had long passed away. None but those who bare experienced the soothing effect of this Ointment can form any idea of the comfort it bestows, by restraining inflammation, and allaying pain. Whenever this Ointment has been once used it has established its own worth, and has again been eagerly sought for as tbe easiest and safest remedy for all ulcerous complaints. In neuralgia, rheumatism, and gout, tbe same application, properly used, gives wonderful relief.-Advt. A W Ait JN ti. DO you suffer from physical incapacity? Are you sufferii g from nervous debility? Have you been the guilty victim of any secret vice? Do yon Buffer from a set of s ymptoms nearly akin more or less to the following A pretty fai...
KAPUNDA FARMER'S CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 7 June 1867
KAPUJSDA PARSER'S CLDB. A meeting of the above Club was held at Crase's Eotel on Saturday evening last. Mr. Peterson occupied the chair, when the following paper on "Our Laiid System" was read by Mr. James Macnamara, the President pf the Club, and has since been luiuded to us for publication: " Mr. Chairman and Gentlemen-I have from time to time heard papers read on 'Model farming, improvements in farming, and how farms can be made to pay,' many of which contained excellent practical suggestions on the subjects. These, together with the teachings of the Press, especially £hose of tie Chronicle and jidvertiser^ if fully carried out, would, I have no doubt, have effected much good. But, gentlemen, the evil is that the papers on which they are given are no sooner read than cast aside, and (at least by many) no more thought about. This should not be so, and I know at the same time that the occupiers of small holdings cannot make that improvement that is to be desired until they become h...
RAILWAY EXTENSION MOVEMENT—MEETING AT RIVERTON. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 7 June 1867
RAILWAY EXTENSION MOVE MENT-MEETING AT RIVERTON. I On Monday evening last a public meeting for the consideration of the above subject, was held at the Biverton hotel, on which occasion the large room was tolerably well filled; but the proceedings were not of a very enthusiastic nature. R. M. Cole, Esq., J.P., was voted to the chair, and accordingly presided over the meeting. A telegram was received from Mr Rosman, the Secretary of the Burra Extension Com mittee. The Chairman announced that the members of the district had been written to requesting them to attend, but no answer had been re ceived. The Chairman then read the requi sition convening the meeting; after which, he called on Mr Horner, who moved-' That the immediate extension of am ain line of railway from Forrester's northward, via Riverton, Saddleworth, and Far rell's Flat, will be of great service to this dirtrict.' In 1864-5 the number of acres under wheat in the Hundred of Gilbert was 22,680; in the Hundred of Saddlewo...
MUNICIPAL CORPORATION. MONDAY, JUNE 3. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 7 June 1867
MUNICIPAL CORPORATION. MONDAY, JUNE 3. Present-His Worship the Mayor, Councillors Day, Moyle, Nosk, Pearce, and Thomson ; and the Town Clerk. Councillors Tyrie and Maclaren were fined for non-attendance, and Councillor Rowett was excused. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. CORRESPONDENCE. Letter read from Mr Greenough, applying for payment of 30/, costs incurred in obtaining signatures to a late memorial presented to Parliament for a vote of £3,000. Resolved, that Mr Greenough's account be paid. Councillor Pearce asked permission to put a drain under the footpath opposite his premisas. Permission granted. REPORTS. The Public Works Committee's report was read as follows: " Your Committee recommend that the ruts in Kapunr) a-street, High-street, and at Pollard's corner be filled up with roush rubble stone. That the Trustees of the K-npunda School be served with notice to fence in the school pro perty. That the gutter in front of Scoper's be filled up, and the...
GOLDEN GIFTS. CHAPTER III. PROGRESS. "I would not enter on my list of friends The man that needlessly sets foot upon a worm."—COWPER. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 7 June 1867
eOIiDEtf GIFTS. - .-O : i r' .' BY THE ATTTHOB OF " MARIAN".TEBMONT VALE ETC., ETC CHAPTER m* 3PKOGEESS. . " I would not enter on my list of: friends The man that needlessly sets foot upon a worm."-COWPEE. "Winter stole rapidly in-winter with, its boisterous thunder storms ; its deluging, flooding rain; its wild, wild wind; and the little slab dwelling had a hard battle for existence. Yet, wonderful to say, it did exist, for if a shingle chanced to get dislodged, the nail and hammer were at hand, and soon put all to lights. Once indeed, on the first rough night of genuine wintry weather, when the storms without raged wildly, some of the torrent made its way within the dwelling, sending adrift any light articles that had been left on the floor; but Martin and his spade soon dug a trench that carried all surplus water away; and the flood was never repeated, though many other storms succeeded. After their hard out-of-door labour, very pleasant it was to both Martin and Harry to come in...
LOCAL COURT—KAPUNDA. MONDAY, JUNE 3. [Before J. S. Browne, Esq., S.M. W. Oldham, ESQ., J. P., was on the Bench part of the day.] ROSEWALL V. CHADWICK. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 7 June 1867
! LOCAL COURT-KAPUNDA. I MONDAY, JUNE 3. f Before J. S. Browne, Esq., S.M. W. Oldham, ESQ., J. P., was on the Bench part of the day .J ROSEWALL V. CHADWICK. This was a claim for £3 10/, for the loan and hire of certain household goods. Mr Rudall for the plaintiff; Mr Brady for the defendant. Mr Abel Kosewall examined. By Mr Budall-Was a miner, living near Kapunda; knew the defendant, who was one of the employes of the Kapunda Copper Company; in January last was living in the mine paddock, during the early part of which time defendant lived in Kapunda, but at the latter part nex door to witness; on the 19th of January was passing defendant's door as he was going to his work as night &gent; defendant called him in, and asked if he had seen his wife at Captain Osborne's just before; witness said he had not, and defendant said she had gone to try and see witness's wife in order to borrow some things; witness replied that Mr Osborne had instructed him not to lend Mr Chad wick any...
AUBURN. Wednesday, June 5. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 7 June 1867
, AUBURN. ("From our own Correspondent.J W ednesday, June 5. I We have had some delightful weather lately, Tint I think we may expect a change soon; to nights few drops of rain fell, and the skies look reiy cloudy. On Sunday last the Rev. Mr Craig preached twice in the Town Hall in connection with the Church, of England, who are holding services in the Hall at present, until the church is plastered, which will be completed in about six weeks. The Wesley an Church is nearly completed, and I must say that it makes our little town ship look something like to persons coming from Adelaide, as the Wesleyan Church is about the first noble building seen by persons coming by the mail from Adelaide. I will give full par ticulars of the church in the course of a week or so, when it will be opened for public worship. Some of our gentlemen are rather concerned about our not having a sufficient number of J.P.'s; I have been told of a young gentleman, whom I should have thonght the last in our dis...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 7 June 1867
DEATHS. HARRIS.-At Kapunda, on the 27th May, Headiey, youngeBt son of John and Elizabeth Harris, aged eleven months. SCANDRETT.-On Friday, Jane 7, at Ka punda, Charles, youngest son, of James and iSlizabeta Scaudrect, aged fourteen months.
EISTEDDFOD KAPUNDA. AT Y COLYGUDD. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 7 June 1867
EISTEDDFOD KAPONDA. AT Y COLYGUDD. Chwi gymry twymgalon, Sy'n para i garu Y iaith a lefarch AT fryniau hoff Cymru 5 Deuwch oil yn gytun, O'r hena' i'r ieuanga', I gyrddau difyrus Eisteddfod ELapunda. Cewch yma ganeuau, Traethodau, areithiau, A darnau iw hadrodd 0 waith y 'r beirdd gorau; Gan byny, deuwch allan, Ymdrechwch eich eitha', 1 enill gwobrwyau Eisteddfod Kapunda. Chwi feiblon yr awen, Ymroddweh i draethu, Eich teimlad wrth feddwl Am, madael a Chytnru; A rowch ef ar bapyr, Mewn thysion linella', A'u danfon yn ayth I' Bteddfodd Kapunda. A chwithau gaatorion Cyweiiiwch eich lieieiau A mynwch feistroli Fob eain yu y touau Fel byddoch yu barod I ganu eich gora' Am wobrau a chlod Eieteddfodd Kapunda. A chofiwch y dydd Sef nawft"d o Fedi, Disgwylier chwi yma Yu llu direfedi A chofied pob nn Cya gadael ei drigfa Mae arias yu nod Eisteddfod Kapunda. Yr eiddoch Yuburac yu bybyr, V. FAWR. Kapunda.
THE KAPUNDA HERALD. Friday, June 7th, 1867. THE CORPORATION DAM. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 7 June 1867
THE KAPUJNDA HERALD. Friday7 June 7th, 1867. THE CORPORATION DAM. It is a very common saying in connection with railways at home, that until a bishop, a premier, or some other great personage has been killed, due precautions would never be taken for the safety of the pas sengers generally; and to a certain extent there seems to exist on the part of corpo rate bodies (who have beteu humourously said to have no soul) a like unpardonable neglect of precautionary measures lor the benefit of those over whose interests such corporate bodies are appointed to watch. We have very frequently called attention to the great danger to life and limb arising from open shalts on private property, and the dam, &lt;fcc., on Corporate ground, and have urged that the Council should enforce the fencing in or filling up of the former by the owners, themselves setting the ex ample by fencing off all such dangerous places within their own control. A cer tain portion of the Council have ever been in ...
CORONER'S INQUEST. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 7 June 1867
CORONER'S INQUEST. An inquest was held at Crase'd Hotel on Wednesday last, before W. Oldham, Esq., J.P., on the body of J. M. Richards, who bad been found drowned in the dam on the morning of that day. A Jury of thirteen having been sworn, and Mr E. Cameron elected as foreman, the body was viewed, after which the following evidence was taken : Corporal O'Brien examined. By the Ooroner-On Tuesday evening, be tween 7 and 8 o'clock, was informed that on Monday morning a hat had been found in the j large dam in Kapunda; ascertained the boy's i name who had found the hat, and got possession j of it; on seeing the hat at once recognised it as j belonging to Mr Richards, and consequently, at j ab-iut 8 o'clock on "Wednesday morning, dragged the dam for the body in company with the other | two troopers; on crossing the dam the second time hooked the body, which was laying in about the centre of the width, and about six yards from the embankment; on its being brought to j the surface at once...