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CORRESPONDENCE. OUR LAND SYSTEM. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 7 June 1867

COURESPONDENCJB. QUE LAND SYSTEM. TO THE EDITOR. I Sir-Having read the article from the Border Watch on our land system, I thiak it Is Che beat 1 have seen as a whole ; and they are ia earnest when they bring forward a plan and ask their brjther farmers' opinion on it. I think the system of valuing the land a good one, -but the reports of the Surveyor could not be relied upon, as was shown by the reports advertised with the land in 1S59. A better plan would be to let the purchaser put the value ou the land by selling it by tender-say a pick for one week ac not less than 60/ per acre; ttte second pick at 50/, the third at 40/, the fourth at 30/; then the remainder at 20/; and at the expiration of twelve months to lease it at 8 per cent, per annum for seven years, with right of purchase at 20/ per acre at any time during the term ; and if is not worth chat, leave it for commonage. If farming pays the best they will tender the highest, and get it. I cannot see any reason why me squatte...

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CLARE. June 5, 1867. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 7 June 1867

CLARE. TFrom our own Correspondent.] June 5, 1S67. Since last 'writing we have been greatly favoured as far as -weather is concerned, it being all that the farmers could wish; many of whom will have finished putting their crops in during the early part of this month, and some are already counting the returns they may expert should the season continue so promising. The racing and picnicing that should have come off on the Queen's Birthday had been postponed till to-day, owing to the early part of that day being 80 vet; and I am sorry to say I shall not this time be able to give you an account of the sports, having to leave before they terminated. But, our township early in the morning presented quite a holiday appearance, and our Racing Committee .were in high glee. The Clare and Wallaroo Tramway Committee seem most indefatigable in their exertions to gain the desired object; and many seem very .anguine as to its being accomplished. I am very glad to see our Main-street is about to b...

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WALLAROO AND CLARE TRAMWAY. TO THIS EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 7 June 1867

WALLAROO AND OLAKE TRAMWAY. TO THIS EDITOR. Sir-I have read with much pleasure *n<| profit a letter in your columns on the Wallaroo and Clare Tram way, signed by M An old iiailway Secretary." I quae coincide-as must every dispassionate observer-with his conclusions, and agree with him that the tramway between Clare and Wallaroo, if ever carried out> will cause a large expenditure of public money to no good end. The principal objections to the pro posed project may be summed up as follow 1. Tub natural difficulties in the way, which will not be surmounted under a cost ot £160,000 or £170,000. Mr English put it at £150,000, bur this is within the mark. 2. Tue fact mat no sufficient reasons hare been ad°anced at either end-Wallaroo or Clara -to show tue alvisability or expediency of this ? expansive work. A traffic under the Dead of goods, of vegetables,poultry,and bacon on'y, will not justify sucti an expenditure even now; while with the certainty that these articles of ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 7 June 1867

On WEDNESDAY, JUNE 12. AT ONE O'CLOCK. AT CHASE'S YARDS, KAPUNDA. TENKEN COLES is instructed to sell by auction, as above 30 Head Prime FAT CATTLE AND A few Score ditto. ALSO, 2 Well-bred Young Bolls, got by the Im ported Boll," Nankervis" The above lot are principally daily cattle, and remarkably quiet. Without reserve. ON SATURDAY, JUNE 15. AT ONE O'CLOCK. AT CEASE'S BOOM, KAPUNDA. IMPORTANT SALE OF HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. TENKIN COLES is favoured with " instructions from Mr. R. J. Day, to sell by auction, as above The whole of his Valuable HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE and EFFECTS,comprising Very Handsome Drawing and Dining Room Furniture Cheffionier, Wardrobes, Brussels Carpet Crockery, Ironmongery, &cn Ac. ALSO, About Twenty Choice Engravings AND Two Small Harmoniums. The above are principally new, and well de serving the attention of any who may require really first-class Furniture. Terms-Sums over £20, approved bills at Three Months. On SATURDAY, JUNE 22, at 1 o'clock. AT THE RESI...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 7 June 1867

rrp A DVERTISERS in the; A. KAPDNDA HERALD.-The following is j the jSCAtE of DlSCQLI-N'i'S on Advertisements n the K^PUJMJiA HERALD, when prepaid:- J SinthSf £ 3d. in the Shilling, or 25 percent, 'insertion Sfd.intheShilling, or29£ per cent. dSTcrL } 45,111 the Shilling, or S3| percent. ' The Scale of Charges is as follows: JRwo lines ... One Shilling. -Sliree lines .. One Shilling and Sixpence. -FOOT lines ... Two Shillings. lire lines ... Two Shillings and Sixpence. ,8ut tines Two Shillings and Sixpence. Each line more Four-pence. 3Kgiire,orTable-work Advertisements, charged at sixpence per line throughout. The KAPUNDA HERALD will have an exten ?lTe_cIrculation all over the Northern Countiy, including Gawier, Sheaoak Log. Greenock, Nuri ootpa, AngastoA, Stoekwell, Truro, North and South Rhine, Lyndoch Valley, Moornndee Sfcook port, Linwood, Gilberton, Rhynie, the Wakefield, Riverton, Saddleworth, Auburn, Mintaro Leas irigham, Watervale, Penwortham, Glare, Mcunt Remarkable, Fort Au...

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KAPUNDA MARKET PRICES. "Kapunda Herald" Office, Friday, June 7, 1867. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 7 June 1867

KAPUSDA MARKET PRICES, "Kapunda Herald" Office,Friday, June 7, 1867. Wheat, 3s 8d per bushel Flour per ton, .£10 10/ Ditto per bag, 23s Bread, per 2 lb loaf, 4d Bran per bushel, Is Od Pollard p3r bushel, 1/2 Hay, new, per ton-£2 5/ to £.'?& 10/ Ditto old, loose, jE3 Ditto chaffed, ditto £5 0/ Beef per ib, 4d to 5d Mutton, ditto, 4d to 5d Pork, ditto, ditto, 8d to 9d Steaks, and chops ditto, 5d to 6d Hams and bacon, ditto, Is 6d Butter per lb-Fresh, Is 4d ; Potted, Is 3d

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ADELAIDE CORN MARKET. Adelaide, June 7, 1867. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 7 June 1867

ADELAIDE CO UN MAKKET. Adelaide, June 7, 1867. Wheat has been in active demand during the week, and all parcels which were offered for sale found ready purchasers at our quotation. Flour is very dull of sale; we heard of only one sale of 100 tons Town brand, in barrels, at £11 per ton. In bags, we have no export sales to report. Bran and Pollard are well supplied, and prices rather easier. Except for good malting samples of English Barley, there is hardly any demand for Barley and Oats. General business is still very dull, although a few articles are getting scarce, and these are saleable in trade parcels. Our quotations to-day are as follow Wheat, in Town, 4/2 to 4/3 per bushel; at the Port, 4/4 to 4/5. Flour, £10 to £11 per ton. Bran, /9 to /1Q per bushel. Pollard, 1/ to 1/1 do. Cape Barley, 2/9 to 3/; English do., 3/9 to 4/3. Cape Oats, 3/6 to 4/; English do., 3/9 to 4/3. A. F. CHRISTEN & CO.

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BRITISH AND FOREIGN. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 14 June 1867

BRITISH AND FOREIGN. The news of the death of Mr Charles Browne (Ar tern us Ward), which took place on the 6 th March, was received in New York by Atlantic Cable on the 7th, and biographies of the deceased ?were published in the New York papers on the 8th. The news of his death occasioncd surprise in America, as it was not thought there that bis illness was dangerous. It is now ascertained that his death was accelerated by fever, which he caught in Jersey. Hia left lung was com pletely decayed. He was not aware that his lungs were affected until he reached South ampton. According to the New York Tribune lie commenced writing in the grotesque style which rendered hirai famous at the age of fifteen, when he was a pi inter's apprentice. A fatal duel is reported fiom Lisbon. The | encounter took place at the distance of fifteen paces, in the Caiapo Grande, the combatants being Senhor Juse Julio, a Member of Parlia ment, and Senhor Sa de doguerna, nephew to (he Marquis Sa, and aide-de-ca...

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GOLDEN GIFTS. CHAPTER IV WINNIE. " Rejoice, my little merry mate, The blithsome spring is coming, When thou shalt roam, with heart clate, To hear the wild bee humming."—BERNARD BARTON. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 14 June 1867

GOLDEN GIFTS. ur THE AUT1IOE. OF " MARIAN" VERMONT V.4LE ETC., ETC. CHAPTER IV * WINNIE. " REJOICE, MY little MONY mate, The BUTHSOINO spring is coming, When thou slialt roam, with heart elate, To hear the wild BEE humming."-HERNAHD BARTON. THE dray track that led past the slab hut of the Wallacos pursued its course still further from the mail road, and through avenues of scrub, and trees of various descriptions, from which the wild note of the wood-pigeon sounded, and the black magpie-or mutton-bird, as some denominate it-sang its singularly wild music to its listening mate. Flowers grew to the Terv edge of the track in springtide-strange, singular, as well as lovely flowers-flowers that- fascinated you with their very weirdness of formation and colour; others whose waxen petals would have graced a cultivated garden, and such beds of heather that the ground was pink with the tiny delieato sprigs. It was a. solitary dray track, Seldom used-the grass grew up among the wheel-marks; th...

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ARRIVAL OF THE ENGLISH MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 14 June 1867

ARRIVAL OF THE ENGLISH MAIL. The South Australian portion of tlie English Mail arrived at Adelaide on Sunday last, being again two days in a-lvanoe of the date on which itswas due. The newspaper dates were to April 26, and the latest telegram was -lated May 11. | With the exception of the Princess Royal, who was 8«iil confined to her hed with the affection j of her knef, the lioy*l Family were all well. Tfie Duke of Edinburgh is on his way to Aus i tralia in command of the Galatea, 'I'hv Princess Christian has b-vu cmfin-'d of a s -n, increasing the number of Her Maj sty's grandchildren to ten. Tm> Kiiisj and Qu.-«*n of Denmark hail paid a visit to England, llis M:ij-<ry had talt-ii his dnr-a-turr wh<>n the mail L ft, but the Queen re mained behind. 11- ar-A iiiairal Dunham, Mr ITarv^y, an ! Mr Pennell had been knighted; and baronetci'-s ha 1 been conferred oil the Hon. J. Napier, Mr Iia^g, M.P., Mr Benjamin Guinness, and Mr William Lawivnee. Th * provinc...

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MONDAY, JUNE 10. [Before J. S. Browne, Esq, S.M.] APPLICATION. BATTEN v. ROWETT. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 14 June 1867

MONDAY, Jsme 10. - [Before J. S. Browne, Esq, S.M.J A FPJ.ICATIOK. BATTEN T. ROWETT. Mr Brady for plaintiff; Mr Palmer for de fendant. This was an application on the part of de fendant for a review of taxation. Mr Palmer submitted that the order given at the adjournment vaa for costs of day to be borne by defendant-not the costs in the cause, as when the case was heard it might be foand that the plaintiff had no right of action. He objected to the expense of new subpoenas-the old ones being still in force-the mileage service, and hearing fees; in all the items to which he ob jected amounted to £2 6/. Mr Brady argued that the costs charged were really costs of tbo day, with the exception of the hearing-fee, which he would leave to His Worship; as when he found that it had been allowed, he told Mr Palmer's clerk they were not entitled to that, but was told it was the practice of that Court to allow the bearing-fee. The others were really costs to which they were put by the case being ...

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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.] DEFENDED CAUSES. SMALL V. POLLOCK. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 14 June 1867

j LOGAL COURT- KAPUNDA. MONDAY, JPNE 3. {"Before* J. S. Browuo, Esq., S.M. W. Oldham, Esq., J. P., was on the 15-nch part of the day .J DKFKNI>KI> CAUSES. SMALL V. POLLOCK. This was a claim for £5 13 '. Mr Rudall for plaintiff; Mr Palmer for de fendant. Air Palmer pleaded that his client had made a deed of assignment to James Stogie and J. Tuckfiuld of all his estate in May la*t, and ad mitted the claim, consenting to judgment. Judgment for plaintiff for amount claimed. T. F. OLDHAM V. TRELOAU. This v.-as a claim fur £3 9/6. Mr Kudall for plaintiff. The defendant pleaded for time, admitting the debt. William Treloar examined. By Mr Rudall-Was a miner; lived in one of Mr BUckwell's houses, not his own ; sold it to Blackwell twelve months ago; was at w irk in the mine; had not earned an average of 15; per week for the last three years ; received A'6 on Saturday last for a month's wages: had no Building Society shares. Judgment for plaintiff, to be paid in instal ments of 5/ per ...

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DISTRICT COUNCILS. KAPUNDA. SATURDAY, JUNE 8. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 14 June 1867

DISTKICT COUNCILS. KAPUNDA. SATUBDAT, JUNE 8. Present-The Chairman and all the Coun cillors. The minutes of the last meeting were read and confirmed. Road at Huggins's-to be repaired to the extent of £5. Proposed devia tion of road at Mr Hazel's -necessary steps to be taken to proceed wiih same. Crossing over creek at Cormick's-to b- repaired to tiie extent of £10. Deviation of road at Allendale-Mr Oldham to inspect the country thereabouts, and report upon the best line for such, deviation. Deviation at Mr White's, on Allen's Creek found to be too expecsive to proceed with. Sanger reported his h iving summon-.d J. Cowan under the Slaughtering Act, but case not yet settled. On the question of the coming election for Councillors, it was resolved that «hould the District by then be divided into Wards, the elections should take pL<ce at the following places:-Ross's Creek Ward, at Mr Hazel's; Brewerv Ward, at the Morning Star; Bagot's Well Ward, at Bagot'* Well Post-Office ; M...

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THE KAPUNDA HERALD. Friday, June 14th, 1867. THE WALLAROO AND GALRE TRAMWAY. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 14 June 1867

THE KAPUJN'DA HERALD. Fridoy, June- 1-ith, 1867. THE WALL4R00 AND GaLRE TRAMWAY. The Wallaroo Times of Saturday last has a lengthy article on the letter of " An Old Railway Secretary" and the article which appeared simultaneously in our columns, in which our contemporary, to quote its own language, like the Ephesians raises the cry that its craft is ia danger, and launches into loud declamation on those who presume to say anything against its pet scheme, assuming that such adverse opinions arise from antagonism to the claims of Wallaroo. Our expressed views on the matter were by no means intended to militate against the interests of Wal laroo ; lor being an important centre of industry, and the most prolific of all otir rich mineral districts, it has undoubtedly great claims on the Government for the expenditure of money in improving that portion of the Colony which so short a time bade was laying waste. What we object to is a large sum of money being spent without any adequate or c...

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AUBURN. Auburn, June 12, 1867. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 14 June 1867

AUBURN. fFrom a Correspondent.^ Auburn, June 12, 1867. I Mr and Mrs Case gave one of their entertain ments on the 7th instant in the Town Hail, which .was very well filled. The former part of the programme, 'The Lost Party,'did not elicit so much applause as might have been expected, but in the second part, Mrs Case's impersonation of Sims Heeves was loudly applauded, and Mr Case's performances on the concertina were very much admired. Airs Case's song of the * German Band' called forth an encore, after responding to which Mrs and Mrs Case thanked tho audience for their attendance, with which proceeding the entertainment terminated. The Upper Waketield Races commenced to day, the principal eve ts being the Maidens, won by Mr McNamara's Twilight, and the Auburn Handicap, won by Mr Ad cock's Crusader. I am glad to learn that we are likely to have a branch of the Savings Bank established here shortly. The third monthly public meeting in connec tion with our Mutual Improvement Society w...

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THE UNEMPLOYED. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 14 June 1867

THE U.N EMPLOYED. Tt is sad to have to record meetings of such a character us that hel l in our township last night, in a Colony which has so long been regarded as the workitog man's 151 Dorado; sadder still that there sli nld be t»uch substantial grounds lor the holding of that meeting. In all largo commu nities there are ever to j)e found some mal contents, who will not industriously strive to better their position, but who waste their powers in abusing the country be cause to them is not accorded tlie same degree of prosperity as crowns the zealous efforts of others who have learnt to labour patiently and wait fur results. I hit the present agitation in our township arista from no such notions; the cry of lack of employment is an honest one, raised only after loug and ineffectual eiforts to procure that employment liecessary to enable men to maintain themselves and families in anything1 like decency. Many of these men have tramped ail round the district in search of employment of...

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STOCKPORT. TUESDAY, JUNE 11. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 14 June 1867

STOCKPORT. TUESDAY, JUNE 11. Present - The Chairman and Councillors Manuel, Lawrie, and Young. The Chairman explained that the first advertisement calling a meeting of ratepayers not having been inserted in the Gazette, th? meeting could not take place, but that he had advertised therein for a later date. Tfie Clerk and each of the Councillors to be euppii"d with District Council* Act. Coun cillor Lewis to inspect ford at Dry Creek.

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KADINA. June 5, 1867. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 14 June 1867

KADINA. [From our own Correspondent-! Juiic 5, 1867. A sail aeeident occurred on Saturday last to a young man liiimed Hall, in the employ of tho luiditia and Wallaroo Railway Company; it appears lie was leaving Kadina oil horseback, and whilst proceeding along the road a short distance from the township, his horse stumbled and fell, precipitating the unfortunate man on to the stump of his right arm, (which had been amputated some years ago). He is now hint; at the Wombat Hotel very seriously ill. The new Wesleyan Chapel at. ;h-- Wallaroo Mines was opened for Divine Service on Sunday last ; special sermons were preaohed on the occasion; and on Monday a tea and public meeting took place, at which great numbers attended. The reduction of tho miners* wasres at the Wallaroo Mines has mado busiucss very dull.

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BELVIDERE. SATURDAY, JUNE 8. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 14 June 1867

BELVIDERE. SATURDAY, JUNE 8. Present-The Chairman, and Councillor* Kerr, Kickebnsch, ai d Macnamara. Minutes of two former meetii-g* r-»d and confirmed. The Clerk reported contract" of F. Bays, and Brown and Tellick, satisfactorily completed ; payments ordered. Proposed by Councillor Macnamara " That persons who are desirous of closing any of the public roads near their land, he made pay a certain amount annually for such liberty, if granted, until those roads ar * required again by the publicconsideration deferred for the pre sent. Four ten era were *gaiu received for cu'ting the hill and making the ford over the Light near Thomas Hine's, viz, T. Brown £17, Thomas Hines £14 10/, E. Gurry £14 5/6, and Michael Regan £13, the last being accepted Resolved, that Dr. Clindening be nominated as medical attendant to destitute poor of district.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 14 June 1867

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