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VICTORIA. Melbourne, May 16. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 21 May 1878

VICTORIA. Melbourne, May 16. The trial or the captain and mate of the Alcandre for scuttling her is proceeding at the Supreme Court. At a meeting of the British and Tasmanian Iron and Charcoal Company it was resolved that the Company should be wound up. The quantity of unwholesome food destroyed in the market during the past year was 332 baskets of fish, 9,537 pairs of rabbits, 49 pairs of wild fowls, 52 dozen of eray-fish, 75 bags oysters, and IS cwt. of salt fish, besides a quantity of meat, fruit, and other articles not enumerated. "Wheat, prime qualify, 5s. 8d. to 5s. 9d. f.o.b. Flour is in good demand at £12. Melboure, May 17. The labors of the Cable Conference were practically ended yesterday by tlie adoption of resolutions based on Colonel Glover's pro posals. The report will be drafted to-day and finally submitted to-morrow. Melbourne, May 17, 7 p.m. The Cable Conference will meet to-morrow at 2 p.m., consequently the trip to the Heads will be abandoned. The members will go ...

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REUTER'S TELEGRAMS LONDON, May 11. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 21 May 1878

KEUTEft'S TELEGRAMS LONDON, May 11. The riots in connection with the strikes in Lancashire continue. The military force lias been strengthened, bite there have been no collisions with the rioters. In yesterday's sitting of the Hungarian Chamber of Deputies there was a debate upon the Eastern question. Count Tisza, the Pre sident of the Council of Ministers, said that the Government were only anxious to protect Austro-Hungarian interests, and had taken the precaution of increasing the troops on the northern, southern, and eastern frontiers of the Empire. LONDON, May 12. His Excellency Count Schouvaloff will re main at St. Petersburg a few days to receive the decision of the Czar on the requirements of England. He will then proceed to Berlin, and on his return to London will place before, the British Government propositions of the gravest importance. LONDON, May 13. A semi-official note from St. Petersburg advocates as a solution o£ the difficulty which will assure the vitality of Tur...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 24 May 1878

Holloway's Pills.—Sudden change, frequent fogs, and prevailing dampness sorely impede the vita! functions and conduce to ill health.. The remedy for such disorders lie in some purifying medicine, like the Pills, which is competent to grapple successfully with the mischief at its source, and stamp it out with uot fretting the nerves orweakeningthe system. Holloway's Pills extract from the blood all noxious matter, regulate the action of every disorderd organ, stimulate the liver and kidneys and relax the bowels. In curing ches t com plaints these Pills are remarkably effective, especially when aided by afree local application of the Ointment. This double treatment will ensure a certain, stea ly, and beneficent progress and sound health will soon be re-established —Adrf QB, ATE IUL.—COMFORTESTGk EPPS' S C O C O A. BBEAKFAST. "By a thorough knowledge of the natural laws which govern the operations of digestion and nutrition, and by a careful application of the fine properties of well-s...

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IMPOUNDING NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 24 May 1878

IMPOUNDING NOTICES. LAURA, District of Booyoolee, Section 704 (nearest Post-Office, Laura), J. R. Sulz mann, Poundkeeper.—Ona dark red cow, with white under bellj, branded like W near rump, also like H off rump, notch cut off off ear, bobtail; one yearling steer, dark red, branded like bj near rump, and like H off rump Will be sold June 5, at noon. HUKDRED OF WALLOWAY, Section 84 (nearest Post-Office, Orroroo), J. Schramm, Poundkeeper.—One black or brown colt, about two years old, a little white on inside of near hind foot, blotch brand like E near shoulder; one black filly, white blaze half down face, four white fetlocks, brand not plain (like K near shoulder) : one bay filly black points, near hind feltoek white, lttle, white round the top of off hind hoof, i branded not visible, about two years old Will be sold June 10, at noon. BLACK SPRINGS (nearest Post-Office, Slack Springs), Geo. Williamson, Pound keeper.—^One steel grey mare, branded like M over x near shoulder; one bay mar...

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MAGISTRATES' COURT, KAPUNDA. MONDAY, MAY 20. [Before Messrs. J. Elliott and J. Coles, Justices.] [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 24 May 1878

MAGISTRATES' COTJBT, KAPUIfBA. Monday, Max 20. [Before Messrs. J. Elliott and J. Coles, Jus tices.] Michael Cotter was charged on the informa tion. of P.T. O'Mahony -with feloniously stealing certain moneys of the value of £4, belonging to James Murray, on the 17th. of May. Prisoner pleaded not guilty, and was j defended by Mr. Emersoh. James Murray deposed that he was a Police Constable stationed in Adelaide. Was in Eudunda on the 17tli inst. Saw prisoner there. Had tea with him and others at Bock's Hotel. Before tea had a nobbier, for which he paid. Pulled his purse out of his right hand pocket, in which was four £l-notes. There was some loose change underneath the purse in my pocket. The prisoner and his three mates and several others were in the bar at the time, any one of whom could havo seen the puree in his hand, but not what was in the purse. Put the purse back in the same pocket. Later in the evening *Vaa sitting on a form in the bar, when the pri soner came and sat down on...

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MEETING AT EUDUNDA. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 24 May 1878

MEETING AT EUDTJJ5TDA. A public meeting was held at the Royal Hotel, Eudunda, on Monday the 20th inst., to take into consideration the proposed clos ing of the Point Pass and Hobertstown Hoad, and other wants of the district. Mr. W. Hooper having been voted to the chair, stated that their object was to ask the Government to give them the original road through the township, as the proposed deviation was quite unfit for heavy traffic, in fact it would be be impossible to pass tliat way with a heavy loaded waggon, and would be veiy inconvenient for people living in the south part of the to wnship, as they would have to go more than half way around the railway yards to get their goods in or out of the goods shed, and that farmers Jiving to the north of the township would-ife debarred from passing that way by the hea^y gradient and the sharp curve in the proposed road from taking wood and other material to a market as is usual during the winter months. He hoped the Commissioner of Public...

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THE NEW PARLIAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 24 May 1878

THE FEW PARLIAME NT. 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 :— District. Late Members. New Members. Noeth Abe- N. Blyth TiATOE (1) Stubt (2) N. Blyth WOOEOGBA (2) Stanley (2) Bubba (2) Victoria (2) W. Townsend TV. Townsend T. Ring T. King H. E. Bright H. E. Bright J. Bosworth J. Bosworth Sir G. Kingston Sir G. Kingston. C. Maua C. TVTimn fi. Bees B. Bees W.B. Boimsevell W. B. Rotmsevell G. C. Hawker G. C. Hawker East Ade laide (2) West Abe LAIDE (2) East Tob- T. Playford bens (2) JD. Murray OlTEAPABINGA (2) L. Glyde J. C. Bray W. Kay T. Johnson J. Darling West Tob— BENS (2) Wallabqo (3) Encounter Bat (2) Yatala (2) Gubeeeacha (2) IiIGHT (3) Noabujnga (2) Poet Abe laide (2) W. H. Dunn. F. E. H. W. Kriclmuif J. Pickering J. M. Sinclair J. J. Duncan. J. Richards B. D. Boss J. P. Boucaut...

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MIDLAND ROAD BOARD. RIVERTION: TUESDAY, MAY 21, 1878. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 24 May 1878

AfTDTiATYT) ROAD BOA ED. j Riverton : Tuesdat, Max 21, 1878. Present—Messrs. H. T. Morris (in tke chair), ! J. Bowden, J. Kelly, X. Killicoat, and J. Moule, Commissioners ; also Mr. J. Morris, Superintending-Surveyor ; Mir. J. J. Rhead, Secretary. .The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. Business abising out of Minutes. Mi. Bowden having expressed surprise that Tratlian's Crossing was being proceeded with by the Surveyor, The Surveyor 6aid he understood the de cision of the Board to he that if Tratbau found the materials he was to get the wort done. If he had misunderstood the Board he was sony. Mr. Bowden pointed out the resolution ot the Board as recorded in the minutes was that the Surveyor should report to the Board on the matter. The Truro Bo ad Bridge. Mr. Bowden said the former matter might have been a misunderstanding, but he could hardly see how this was. The Board at its last meeting resolved that the Central Board should be asked to invite tenders and...

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REUTER'S TELEGRAMS LONDON, May, 15. Received May 20, 7.50 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 24 May 1878

BEUTEB'S TELEGRAMS LONDON, May, 15. Received May 20: 7-50 p.m. Lord Cadogan, replying to a question in the House of Commons, said that he was Sir G-. tlowen's enquiry, as to whether to authorized issue of money -warrants without the sanction of the Legislature -was referred to law officers. LONDON, May IS. The Secretary of State for Foreign'Affairs proposed an amendment to Viscount Harting tcm's motion with respect to the employment of . the native troops from India in Europe, urged that the control of the forces was secured to the House by their right to refuse supplies. The Russian army is advancing nearer Constantinople. The Russian Government has assumed a moderate tone. Russian agents have bought a swift steamer at California. It is believed at St. Petersburg flint Count Schouvaloff has convinced the Emperor of Russia's expediency in conceding to the principal English demands. The European Congress appears assured. LONDON, May 19. The Daily News states that General Todle ben ha...

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CORRESPONDENCE. A CONFIRMATION. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 24 May 1878

CORRESPONDENCE. [It must be understood that we do not necessarily endorse the opinions of Correspondents under this heading.] A CONFIRMATION. TO THE EDITOE. Sir—I fully concur in the remarks in your Adelaide Correspondent's letter in your issue of the 14th inst. on ProfesBor Tate's lecture, " Is there Coal in South Australia ?" Your correspondent sajs that the Professor mentioned having heard that paraffin was said to have been obtained from the Coorongite, but expressed more than a doubt as to the correctness of the statement. In this the Professor was, as your correspondent observes, mistaken, as I also know of my own knowledge that paraffin and kerosine oil were obtained from the Coorongite by Mr. Robert Harrison, of Thebarton, on the premises of the Provincial "Gas Co., for Mr. J. Hodgkiss, who had gone to great expense in building a furnace there, setting a D retort, etc. Mr. Hodgkiss had at the time several tons of the material. Some time since I sent to the Philadelphian Exhi...

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OUR CITY LETTER. [From our own Correspondent.] Adelaide, May 22, 1878. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 24 May 1878

OUR CITY LETTER. [Erom our own Correspondent.] Adelaide, May 22, 1878. The mogt noteworthy topic of the week is the death of Mr. John Howard Clark, the painful intelligence of which I sent by tele gram last evening. He was cut down in the prime of life by that insidious but fatal disease, consumption, after some months of retirement from active duty. Mr. Clark, -who was a nephew of Sir Rowland Hill, of penny postage celebrity, arrived in the colony in the year 1850, with his father and mother and family. I made his acquaintance shortly after, and though of late years I have seen less of Mr. Clark than formerly, I have had occa sional opportunities of meeting him, and had the privilege of enjoying his friendship to the last. Mr. Clark was no ordinary man, his intellect being of a high order, refined and cultivated, while his disposition was genial and amiable like that of the other members of his family. Hie was rather more than 20 years of age on his arrival in the colony, and as, s...

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TARCOWIE. [From a correspondent.] May 18. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 24 May 1878

TABCOWIE. pFrom a correspondent.] May 18. I lately paid a visit to the townslup of Tarcowie, and found it much improved in ap pearance to what it was when visited by me three or four years ago. Then it consisted of a substantially-built chapel and about a dozen huts situated near the creeks at the water reserve. Since that time some additional cottages have been erected^ and at the present time there are two stores, a blacksmith, shoe maker, Post-Office, and a school (kept in the ehapel), also a well-built and well-furnished public-house of eleven rooms, with good stable, well, tank, &c. On Thursday last the landlord, Mr. It. Gentry, gave an opening dinner to about forty invited guests, which was followed by a ball. The dinner was well got up, and the whole arrangement well carried out, and there is every probability of a good business being at this house. The township is situated on rising ground, and is well timbered, very different from most of the northern Government tow...

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MELBOURNE. [From our own Correspondent.] May 15, 1878. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 24 May 1878

MELBOURNE. [From our own Correspondent.] May 15, 1878. The nrst thing that I shall call jour atten tion to is the banquet given to Mr. Francis on the 7th inst. Having been beaten twice, doubtless the friends of that gentleman con sidered him entitled to some consolation, and hence the affair. The chair was occupied by Mr. Service, and of course a large number of the Conservative parly were present. Judging, however, from the speeches made, there was not that absolute expression of favour made with regard to the guest as might have been expected. Mr. Service, in proposing the toast of the evening, characterized the guest as a straightforward man, but admitted having often to differ from him in political matters. Mr. Murray Smith said it was true there were political differences between himself and Mr. Francis. Mr. Sargood in responding for the Council, placed a new reason before the public as to the reason of that body for rejecting the Forts aud Armaments Bill, which he asserted was...

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KAPUNDA BAPTIST CHURCH ANNIVERSARY. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 24 May 1878

kapunda BAPTIST chtjech anniversary. As briefly intimated in our last issue, the anniversary services in connection with, this place of worship took place on Sunday and Monday last. On Sunday the Rev. S. Fairey preached two sermons to attentive congrega tions. On Monday a tea meeting was held in the Schoolroom, which was followed by a public meeting in the Church. There was a good attendance, and Mr. James Elliott occupied the chair. After a hymn had been sung and prayer offered, The Chairman briefly expressed the plea sure he felt at being present that evening. It was the anniversary—or birthday, so to speak —of their Church, and they all knew and experienced pleasure at the recurrence of such a festive occasion, whether]=in regard, to the Church or the family circle. They could t look over the work of the past year, and en ! deavor to profit by the experience gained. He I was glad to see the attendance so large, and would like to see the services on Sunday at tended by larger cong...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 24 May 1878

- BEWARE ' 0 F ViLE ' AMERfCAN COUNTERFEITS OF m.-^LOWAY'S PILLS aJN'1) OINT MENT. I most respectfully take leave to call the attention of the inhabitants of Australasia to the fact 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 Yobk, and which bear in some in stances their trade mark thus— whilst on other labels of this trash it is jr/Sk omitted, the better to de-fflg^^Jjg Wieeive you, but the words 60York" are re tained. Much *&&& o£ 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 ...

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GAWLER. [From our own Correspondent.] May 20, 1878. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 24 May 1878

GAWLEB. [From our own Correspondent.] May 20, 1878. I have scarcely anything to report this week, things are so quiet here j ust now. The farmers are all busy seeding, the weather has been splendid lately, but we want a little rain now to set things on again. Pilfering seems on the increase in our usually well-behaved town, I am sorry to say. Last Friday the architect for our Town Hall discovered that the bottle containing the coins and documents had been removed from under the foundation stone, the money only amounts to something over a pound, but the meanness of such an action makes the feeling very bitter against the culprit, and should he be found out he will be severely, punished. On Friday night two lads were caught stealing fruit from a shop in Murray-street, and instead, of being well iforllJ - wliipp ed as they deserved, were disirissed with a caution, which is next door to encouraging them in it, and the sooner people take the law into jtheir own hands and severely punish ...

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HOSPITAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 24 May 1878

HOSPITAL MEETING-. A special meeting of "contributors and sub scribers to tlie Hospital was held at the In stitute on Wednesday afternoon for the pur pose of authorizing the alteration in the Trust Deed required by the Government to be made. At the opening of the meeting there were present, in addition to some others, the follow ing contributors of £5 and upwards :—Messrs. H. T. Morris, J.P., (in chair), J. Yarley, S.M., D. Nock, J.P., J. Elliott, J.P., A. Thomson, D. Will, J. Small, W. Oldham, A. H. G-reen shields, W. Weill, and J. Emerson, and Drs. Blood and MacLachlan. Mr. Emerson (the Solicitor to the Board and Trustees) explained the nature of the interviews he had held with the Attorney General on the subject of the Parliamentary grant of £4,000, the result of which was the preparation of the present amendment of the Trust Deed, which had been approved by him. Mr. J. Yarley, S.M., moved the first resolu tion, as follows:—That so much of the clause or Trust in the Trust Deed of...

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MONTHLY CALENDAR—MAY. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 24 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 Thursday ...

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MURRAY RIVER. [From our own Correspondent.] May 20, 1878. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 24 May 1878

MURRAY EIVEE. PFrom our own Correspondent.] Mav 20, 1878. The land sale at Morgan is now a thing of the past. Many on the river thought of pur chasing a small lot in that township, but the prices they fejfcqhe^.surprised, and, I think, dis appointed many. There is one thing certain that the strangers visiting the place to select land saw it and fee country in general at its very best. From letters I, hare received from the Dar ling and the Barrier it appears that the coun try is in splendid conditions, and lots of fine fat stock may be soon expected down for the Adelaide market. The Steamers are as busy as ever, and some are making their way up to stay at Went worth to await arise in the Darling, with full cargoes. The Princess, with her barge Pelican in tow, passed up to-day laden to the gun wale with general merchandise. The river is at a standstill, but there is plenty of water for the trade, and more may be espested soon. It it thought that the brickmakers at the Bend will soon ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 24 May 1878

important: unreserved sale. ON MONDAY MAY 27. AT ONE O'CLOCK. ON THE PREMISES, TWO MILES SOUTH OP KAPUNDA, KNOWN AS ORCHARD'S FELLMONGERY ESTABLISHMENT. COLES & GOODCHILD are favoured with instructions from the English, Scottish, and Australian Char tered Bank to sell by auction as above— 15 Rrst-class DRAUGHT .HORSES, picked by Mr. Orchard for use in his Wool Waggons, and all thoroughly stanch 1 Yearling Draught Filly '4 Co we, 4-Calves 2 English Waggons, Tip Dray 3 Spring Drays, Buggy to cany four Horse-power Chaffcutting Machine 2 Reaping Machines, 1 Horse-Rake 2 sets Iron Harrows, 2 Scarifiers 1 Mowing Machine 1 WinnoTping Machine 2 Double-furrow Ploughs 2 Single-furrow Ploughs 1 Roller, 2 Weighing-Machines 1 200-gallon Boiler (iron) Wool Press 3 Wheelbarrows, 6 Beams Quantity of Waggon, Plougli, and other Harness. Also, STACK containing about 30 Tons HAY 30 Tons (about) Firewood A?n> Sundries. Without the least Reserve. Terms—Approved Bills. UNRESERVED SALE. ON THURS...

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