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THE NEW PARLIAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 17 May 1878
THE ISTEW PARLIAMENT. The following is a list of the late members f tlie 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 :— District. North Ade t.atoe (1) Stcbt (2) Late Members. New Members. N. Blyth N. Blyth WopBOOBA (2) Stajtley (2) Boeka (2) Victoria (2) East Aie ZiAXDB (2) West Ade laide (2) East Toe beks (2) OnKAPABHr6A (2) "West Tor bens (2) Wailaboo (3) Encoduteb Bat (2) Yataia (2) Gomeracha (2) Light (3) Noablttnga (2) POKT A D E LATDE (2) W. Towusend W. Townsend .T. fflng T. King H. E. Bright li. E. Bright J. Boswortli J. Bosworth Sir G. Kingston Sir G. Kingston C. "Mn.nn C. IWa-TiTi B. Bees B. Bees W.B. Botmsevell W. B. Eonneevell G. C. Hawker G. C. Hawker L. Glyde J. C. Bray W.Kay T. Johnson J". Darling T. Playford D. Murray W_ H. Drnin F. E. H. W. EriehaufE J. Pickering J. M. Sinclair J. J. Duncan J. Bichards B. D. Boss J. P. Bou...
SALE OF THE TOWNSHIP OF MORGAN. [From our own Correspondent.] [By Telegraph) Adelaide May 16. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 17 May 1878
SALE OF THE TOWNSHIP OF MOHGTAN". L-crom our own Correspondent. J [By Telegraph) Adelaide May 16. There was a crowded attendance at the North.-West Bend sale, and enormous prices were obtained. Frontage allotments (sixteen) realized £3,363, averaging £210 3s. 9d. The back allotments also realized very high prices. English Mail.—The inward Mail steamer is expected to arrive on Saturday, having left King Gteorge's Sound at 8 p.m. on Tuesday. Local Boabds of Advice.—The Council of Education have authorized Boards oj Advice to spend Bums not exceeding £5 on •works at the schools in their districts, such expenditure to be reported within a month. The Baptist Cheuch Anntvebsaby.— As previously announced the anniversary sermons of the above church will be preached on Sunday next by the Rev. S. Fairey, of Gawler, and on the following Monday a pul - lie lea will be held, followed by a meeting, at which Mr. Fairey will deliver his lecture on " Father Taylor, the Sailor Preacher." Scalded to D...
HOLIDAY RAMBLES IN TASMANIA AND VICTORIA. No. III. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 17 May 1878
HOLIDAY RAMBLES IN MANIA AND VICTORIA. No. III. Behold us, now, safely ensconced in what though not actually the primeval bush of Tas mania is at all events in very close contiguity to it in some directions, though in others there are scores of comfortable farms where peace and plenty prevail. A more complete change from Kapunda could not be imagined. To begin -with, the thermometer in the veran dah usually indicated about 60 deg. at break fast-time, and by the time the sun was at its highest a maximum of 70 deg. was generally attained. It should be premised that through out the island there was at this period a universal complaint of drought. Never before had there been so long an interval without rain, nor had feed ever before been known to be so scarce. To South Australian ©yes there seemed to be no reason whatever for such complaints. True, there might have been ail unusually long absence of rain (and so selfish were we that we hoped at least another month, would elapse before a...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 17 May 1878
TUESDAY, MAY 28. KAPtfNDA MONTHLY MARKET. OTO NEXT SALE will be on tlie abojre date. Entries already received— 6,2jOO sheep, 6,200 80 CATTLE. 80 110 lio ^0 HOBSES. 40 Fall particulars next issue. Persons ..intending to offer Stock at this Sale are requested to send particulars early for advertisements. LISTON, SHAKES, & CO. IMPORTANT UNDESERVED SALE. ON MONDAY MAY 27. AT ONE O'CLOCK. ON THE PREMISES, TWO MILES SOUTH OF JBAPUNDA, KNOWN AS ORCHARD'S FELLMONGERY ESTABLISHMENT. COLES & GrOODC HI L B are Savoured with-" instructions from tlie English, Scottish, and Australian Char tered Sank to sell by. auction as above— 17 First-class DRAUGHT HORSES, picked by Mr. Orchard for use in his Wool Waggons, and all thoroughly stanch. ' t = 1 Yearling Draught Filly 4 Cow®, 4 Calves 2 English Waggons, Tip Dray 6 Spring Drays, Buggy to carry four Horse-power Chaffcutting Machine . 2 Reaping Machines, 1 Horse:Rake 2-sets iron Harrows, 2 Scarifiers .1 Mowing Machine 1 Winnowing Mach...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 17 May 1878
Business Directory. KAPU1VDA. BREWSTER, B., "Wine, Spirit, and 7 General Merchant, Brewster's Build ings, Main-street. Agent for Salter's and other Wines. . BENHAM, "W". H., Solicitor, Notary . Public, &C., Main-street. Money to lend on property under the Real Property Act, or otherwise, at lowest rate of interest. iSHCE, JOHN A., Auctioneer, Land, Loan, and General Commission Agent. Money to Lend in large or email sums.: TVUMBBECK, THOMAS, Tanner JLf' " and Currier, near Morning Star. Leather of «very description on hand and to orders; - Bark, Ifidea, and Skins, &c., bought.' TUJMBRECK & McLENNAN, AJ Tanners and Curriers, Burnt-road, (late JTrith's). Bark, Bides, &c., bought. Leather on sale or to order—first quality. ■j^MERSON, Mr., Solicitor, Main I V 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 fqr Seven. Stamps. Address, $. Fawcett,...
MAIL NOTICES. Post-Office, Kapunda. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 17 May 1878
MAIL NOTICES. Post-Office, Kapunda. Mails close at this Office as under— For Adelaide and intermediate places, 6. a.m., 9.45 a.m., and 3.50 p.m. For Allandale, Hamilton, Marrable, Saddle worth, and places on the Burra-road at 10 p.m. daily. Mails arrive at this office as under:— From Adelaide and intermediate places, at 1045 a.m., 1.45 p.m., and 6.55 p.m. From Adelaide and intermediate places, at 10.15 a.m., 1.45 p.m., and 6.55 p.m.
CORRESPONDENCE. THE KAPUNDA HOSPITAL. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 17 May 1878
C OBBESPONDENCE. [It must be understood that we do not necessarily endorse the opinions of Correspondents under this heading.] THE KAPUNDA:HOSPrTAL. TO THE EDITOR. Sir—Having read the correspondence rela tive to the charges for advice, &c., at the Ka punda Hospital I certainly was somewhat surorised at the amount charged in some j cases, especially after having heard in Kapunda that the medical gentlemen there had offered their services for twelve months gratuitously rather than have another medical man in the township to the injury of their private business. There can be no doubt but the over-charged patients in the Kapunda Hospital might have had the best attendance at the Adelaide Hospital much cheaper. I am afraid the Board of Management are sacrificing the usefulness of the institution for the private benefit of the doctors, and thereby creating an unfavorable impression on the minds of the people at the starting, which will take a long to time to wear off even after th...
DISTRICT COUNCILS. LIGHT. SATURDAY, MAY 4. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 17 May 1878
DISTRICT COUNCILS. LIGHT. Saturday, Mat 4. Present—Messrs. A. G-raefe (Chairman), J. Laintoll, H. Flugge, and Robert Bald. Re ceived a letter from Mr. Burton, in reference to the opening of a new road along his section. To be attended to. The Toad between Sections 2101 and 317 is not to be closed. Mr. Lain toll reported that a very dangerous rut existed on the road near Gamlin's. Mr. Laintoll was authorized to get it repaired. Clerk to write to Mr. Martin stating that unless he pays 10s. j for the rent of the road along Section 121, he I will hare to open it. Mr. Pete s attended for the purpose of asking for a new road through Section 16. A memorial requested.
DUTTON TOWN. [From our own Correspondent.] May 6, 1878. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 17 May 1878
DTJTTON TOWN. [From our own Correspondent.] May 6, 1878. Seeding operations are nearly completed, and owing to the splendid showers we have had eome of the early-sown crops are showing above ground nicely. The feed on the reserve is growing well, and although there are no commonage licences, yet the reserve is pretty welljstocked with cattle every day. The visits of the ranger to this neighborhood are few and far between, otherwise some of the fanners &bout here would find it rather ex ensive to aHpw their cattle to stray. A short tfisje ago a son of Mr. Q-. Klose while running after a horse tripped over a stump and broke his left arm just above the wrist. The broken limb was attended to by Dr. Zwar, and the boy is now progressing satisfactorily.
RIVERTON. [From our own Correspondent.] May 15, 1878. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 17 May 1878
RIVERTOIf. £From our own Correspondent:] May 15,1878. On Sunday and Monday last the anniver sary services in connection -with, the Church of England took place here. On the Sunday the Rev. Jas. Houghton preached two impres sive sermons, and on the Monday a public tea was held in the church schoolroom. In the evening an entertainment " was given, when several pieces of choice music were rendered in a highly efficient style. The singing of " Ruby " by Miss Rogers, and the duet," The Flower Gatherers," by the Misses Cobb and Rogers being much admired, Miss E. M. Jones ably presiding at the piano. During the evening Mrs. Shoobridge delivered an admirable essay on "How to make home happy." The subject was handled purely from a religious point of view, and from the •manner in whichjit was received was most highly approved of. The attendance was large, and must have numbered at least 200. A comprehensive vote of thanks to all con cerned brought the proceedings to a close. The total proceed...
TARCOWIE. [From our own Correspondent.] May 11, 1878. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 17 May 1878
TAECOWIE. [Prom our own Correspondent.] May 11,187a It is a long time since I waote, mainly be cause there was nothing to write about. This is purely a farming district, and nearly every one is busy sowing, which it is expected will be finished during this month- A laiger area will be under crop this year than last. Many of the farmers are still holding their wheat waiting for higher prices. Every one has had a quiet smile over the result of the elections for the District of Light. I wonder if Sir H. Ayers is still of the same opinion that all members of Parliament are qualified for South Australian magistrates. My own opinion is that all J.Ps. are not fit for M.Ps., and the rule will work both ways.
REUTER'S TELEGRAMS LONDON, May 14. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 17 May 1878
REUTER'S TELEGRAMS LONDON May 14. j Viscount Hartingdon has given notice o* motion in tlie House of Commons condemning the unconstitutional conduct of the Ministry in employing in Europe a portion of the Indian army.. An official Russian Gazette has been issued, appealing to the nation to form a volunteer fleet, and the Gt-rand Duke Alexander has opened a subscription for that object. LONDON, May 10. The British Ambassador in Paris has assured the French Government that the English Go vernment will do nothing with regard to the Suez Canal without their consent. The lock-out in Lancashire is extending; a settlement of the dispute is expected. The result of the race for the 1,000 guineas was as follows :— Mr. Gerard's Pilgrimage, by the Earl or Palmer—Lady Audlev... ... ... 1 Lord Falmouth's Jannette, by Lord . Clifdeii—Chevisaunce ... 2 Count F. de Lagrange's Clementine, by Mortemer—Regalia ... ... ... 3 LONDON, May 11. The Kaffir rising is extending, and the fight ing is continuous....
OUR CITY LETTER. [From our own Correspondent.] Adelaide, May 15, 1878. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 17 May 1878
OUR CITY LETTER. £From our own Correspondent.] Adelaide, May 15,1878. The news appearing in this morning's papers, respecting the Telegraph Cable is the most serious we have yet heard on .the sub ject. It is that the cable between Singapore and Batavia is still working badly, and the faults have been discovered to be caused by the Teredo Nevalis; in other words 'that the cable is worm eaten. This kind of thing is, I should fear, almost equivalent to the destruc tion of the cable, for if ithese destructive little worms can eat through the coating of the wires so as to expose them to the action of the water, there is no saying where the mischief will end. The little wretches surely must be instigated by the Russians. It well that the cause of the injury to the cable has bein dis covered during the sitting of the Cable Con ference, because the matter can be discussed and probably it will not be long before science will discover some means of preventing the .ravages of the little worms....
NEW SOUTH WALES. Sydney, May 13. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 17 May 1878
NEW SOUTH WALES, Sydney, May Is. The Bishop of Newcastle has made his will. He leaves an endowment valued at £25,000. for religious purposes connected with the Church of England. The Parliament is expected to be prorogued on Friday next. Sydney, May 14. The Erato has arrived from London with 384 immigrants. In the Minnie Colliery case, Eales v Brown, a verdict was given for the defendants. The damages were laid at £100,000. The case will now come before the Full Court. BreadstufFs are firm. Adelaide town flour is quoted at £14 15s. to £15 10s.; country at £14 to £14 10s.; wheat, 6s. 3d. Sydney, May 15. At a meeting of the Political Reform League held last night a resolution was passed ex pressing disapproval of the conduct of the Council in throwing out the Electoral Bill, and an opinion was expressed that the Land Bill should not be dealt with until increased representation had been secured.
VICTORIA. Melbourne, May 13. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 17 May 1878
VICTORIA. Melbourne, May 13. The grain deliveries on the railways during the •week which ended on April 11, were as follows :—Wheat, 4,933 ; flour, "2,823 ; bran and pollard, 912 j barley, 232 j and oats, 297 bags. It has been decided by a meeting of the City Council to continue the popular concerts initiated by the Council six months ago. The accounts show a profit of £229 during that period clear of all expenses. Mr. Francis will deliver his first address to the electors of Warrnambool to-morrow night. It is believed that the contest will be a close one. Flour is quoted at £12. The market is not very firm. Twenty thousand bags of wheat have been sold at 5s. 9d. Melbourne, May 14. A statement read at a meeting of the City Council showed that 12,796 persons had at tended Mr. David Lee's forty-two Saturday organ recitals. Mr. Lee has been reappointed City Organist. A second trial of Wood's continuous brake will take place shortly on the Victorian rail ways. The Tanjore is detained in...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 21 May 1878
BEWARE OF VILE1 AMERICAN COUNTERFEITS OF flX.-^LOWAY'S PILLS aNI) OINT MENT. I most respectfully take leave to call the attention of the inhabitants of Australasia to the feet that Messrs. HENRY, CURRAN, & CO., "Wholesale Druggists, of NEW YORK, have Agencies in various parts, and that their travellers are going all over the country vending SPURIOUS IMITATIONS of my Pills and Ointment, which they make in New Yoke, and which hear in some in stances their trade mark thus— whilst on other .|t)gfTgrw labels of this trash it is JrM omitted, the better to de-ragl^JI| Hgceive you, but the words "New% jjfYork" are re tained. Much of this fictitious stuff is sold in the Auction Room of Sydney and elsewhere, and readily finds its way into the back settlements These are vile frauds, as I do not allow my Medicines even to be sold in any part of the United States; they are only made by me at 533, Oxford-street, London. The same people are circulating a report that my business is about to...
MONTHLY CALENDAR—MAY. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 21 May 1878
MONTHLY CALENDAR—MAY. Sun. Moon. Day of Month and Week. Rises. Sets. Rises. Sets. 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 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 Friday 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...