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KAPUNDA MARKET PRICES. "Kapunda Herald" Office, Friday, Jane 28, 1867. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 28 June 1867

KAPUNDA MARKET PRICES, "Kapunda Herald" Office, ^Friday, Jane 28, 1867. Wheat 4/2 to 4/3 per bushel Flour per ton, £l\] Ditto pet bag, 24s Bran per bushel, Is Od Pollard per bushel, 1/2 Hay, new, per ton-£2 Beef per lb, 3d .to 4d Mutton, ditto,;3d to 4<1 Fork, ditto, ditto, 7d to 8d Steaks, and chops ditto, 4d Hams and bacon, ditto, ls- 6d Butter per lb-Fresh, Is 4d ; Potted, Is . Eggs per dozen, 1/2 . Potatoes, new, 6/6 per cwt.; Id. per lb.

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ADELAIDE CORN MARKET. Adelaide, June 28, 1867. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 28 June 1867

ADELAIDE CO*N MARKET. Adelaide, June 28. 1867. I Market very dull. Wheat, about 4/9 at the Port Elour, £10 10/to £11. A. F. CHRISTEN & CO.

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THE MURRAY TRAMWAY. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 28 June 1867

THE MURRAY TRAMWAY. A preliminary meeting, which was attended by a large number of the principal tradesmen and leading personages in the township, was held in Crase's Toom on Friday evening last, for the purpose of making arrangements for a public meeting, and such other steps as might be deemed necessary to bring before the legislature the growing - want of a tramway to connect K&punda with the Eiver Murray, and thereby bring Fort Adelaide and the Biver Murray settlers into direct and speedy communication. His Worship the Mayor was voted to the chair, and, in a few introductory remarks, dwelt on the importance to the settlers on the Murray, to the residents of the district, and to the mer chants of Adelaide and Fort Adelaide, of the proposed work, the memorial in favour of which presented to the House of Assembly, but un accountably shelved, had been signed by up wards of 2,000 residents in these different locations. Mr James White followed, pointing out that on a former oc...

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STOCKPORT. TUESDAY, JUNE 25. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 28 June 1867

STOCKPORT. J TUESDAY, JUNE 25. I Present - The Chairman, and Councillors Lewis, Young, and ManueL The Chairman read a letter from Henry Stagbourne, applying to be appointed stationman; to remain for future consideration. Also, a letter from Robert Pearson, applying for rangership ; Clerk to write that the Council did not need a ranger. Mr R. Stewart to be paid for foot-bridge, .£32 10s.; Hamilton to be paid £1 for removing stumps. Poundkeeper produced monthly returns, and £1 3s. 3£d. proceeds of cattle sale. Clerk applied for the usual fee of Is. on each dog registered; granted. Payments, £5 Is. 3d.

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MUNICIPAL CORPORATION. SPECIAL MEETING. TUESDAY, JUNE 25, 1867. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 28 June 1867

MdiVICIPAL CORPORATION. SPECIAL MEETING. TUESDAY, JUNE 25, 1867. Present-His Worship the Mayor, Councillors Day, Movie, Nock, and Tyrie; and the Town Clerk. The Town Clerk read the following letter from the Chief Secretary's office relative to the grant applied for to complete the dam: " Chief Secretary's Office, " Adelaide, June 22, 1867. " Sir-I have the honor, by the Chief Sec retary's direction, to inform you, in reply to your letter of 15th inst., that in compliance with the request of the Corporation of Kapunda, a sum not exceeding £1,000 will be placed upon the Estimates to enable them to complete the Reservoir; and in anticipation of the sum being voted by Parliament, the Government will make immediate advances for proceeding with the work. It must, however, be understood that in the event of the Parliament not sanctioning the expenditure, any advances mast be returned or deducted from grants-in-aid of the Corporation rates. " I have the honor, &c., "O. K. Eichabdson...

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AUBURN. Auburn, June 26, 1867. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 28 June 1867

AUBURN. ("From a Correspondent.] Auburn, June 26, 1867. | The Wesleyan Church was opened for public 'worship on the 16th instant, when the Iter. J. Watsford (from Adelaide) preached three ex cellent sermons. In the morning the rev. gentle man chose for Ms text, Luke 15th chapter, the 4th, 5th, 6th, and 7th Terses; in the afternoon, Xomang, 2nd chapter, and 4th veree; and in the evening, 1st Kings, 18th chapter^ and part of the 21et verse. . At each of the services the church was well-filled, although the inclemency of the weather prevented many from a distance attend ing. On the following Monday afternoon, a tea meeting was held, to which a great number sat down and partook of the many good things pro vided by the ladies of the congregation. At half past 7 o'clock p.m. the public meeting took place, over which Mr. W. Wiles presided. During the evening some excellent addresses were delivered byi the Revs. J. Watsford and J". S. Greer (pastor of the church), Messrs. T. Thomas, &am...

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KAPUNDA. SATURDAY, JUNE 22. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 28 June 1867

KAPUNDA. Satokday, June 22. Present-The Chairman, Councillor Richards and Hazel. Minutes read and confirmed. Chairman reported the amount (£5) voted for repairs at crossing near Mr Huggin's insuffi cient ; resolved, the amount to be raised noc to exceed £7. Resolved, the deed concerning Mr Brodie's land be drawn out at once, and signa tures obtained, and the state of the crossing there to be reported on by Surveyor. The Chairman informed the Council of a broken dray having been left in the road whereby an accident had been occasioned, and consented to remove the same on to his own ground. Road at Dutton's Gap-Reported, that the stones had washed into the ditch and stopped the water course. Resolved, the stones be replaced and ditch cleared. Mr JameB Prior's applicaton for the opening of road through Allendale, towards Ii.vermay, ordered to stand over until Mr Old ham's report was received. Crossing at Ross's Creek, near Mr H. Bowden's, reported to be in a bad state? Surveyor to insp...

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DISTRICT COUNCILS. BELVIDERE. SATURDAY, JUNE 22. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 28 June 1867

DISTKICT COUNCILS. BELVIDERE. SATOBDAY, JUNE 22. Present-The Chairman, and Councillors Kerr, Kickebusch, and Fyfe. Banger reported that he had instructed Messrs. Leahy, Doeke, and Gros ser to fill in the ruts and holes cut by them on roads near their property. Clerk reported that Began was progressing slowly with his contract' on the Light. Letter read from D. Leahy, re questing the Council to permit the drain cut by him on road near Section 125 to remain as it is during the present winter. To be attended to. ! Payments, £9 7/11.

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PEOTECTION. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 28 June 1867

PEOTECTIQX. TO THE EDITOR. Sir-As the leading article of your last issue to a great extent anticipates me, I beg leave to withdraw my communication in reference to Mr Clark's lecture. I am further induced to take this course, as I find that the inconsistencies of the lecture' were sufficiently apparent to the working men generally, without help of mine; and the fact of the deputation having umet with no op position in Kapunda," is mainly to be attri buted to our total lack of practised debating power. We see clearly enough that capital is well able to protect itself without legislative enact ments in its favour; and we feel, sometimes bitterly, that hitherto it has had prodigious legis lative protection, always at the expense of labour. We can see that the advantages accruing to working men from the mere process of shifting protection from one branch of the capitalist's operations to another are of an extremely doubtful character, whilst tbe benefits which the transfer offers to one...

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MR. TYRIE'S WORKMEN. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 28 June 1867

MR. TYBIE'S WORKMEN. TO THE EDITOR. Sir-Seeing a letter, published in your last issue, from one of Mr Tyrie's workmen, you will oblige me by publishing the following answer:-Work man complains of correspondent's letter, pub lished in the Advertiser, as taxing Mr Tyrie's honesty. As far as I hare seen of the affair, I believe that -if Mr Tyrie had not quite so many pretended Mends the working men would hare had a much better chance of getting their share of the money due to them on account of the Baptist Church. I think it very hard for us men who have toiled and ventured their all ta help to complete the edifice, to be told by Mr Tyrie's agent (or, as he asserts himself, his clerk), that the balance of the money due on the contract is all guaranteed by money orders to the agent. I think it nothing but fair to the creditors that the said agent should give some explanation as to why, or for what purpose, the money was guaranteed to him. Some time ago there appeared in the Herald &...

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SHEAOAK LOG. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 28 June 1867

SHEAOAK LOG. ["From our own Correspondent.J - Business, since my last, has been in this town ship just the same as in every other place "awfully dull," only just enough of it to keep one alive. There has been a little .stir lately in conse quence of an effort being made to establish a branch Court of the Ancient Order of Foresters here, in furtherance of which object two meetings have been held, which resulted in the memorial being signed by seventeen persons. This me morial has been laid before the District Officers of the Order, and a dispensation has been granted. It is intended to open in the beginning of next" month, full particulars of which will be duly: advertised. We have recently had an addition to the num ber of our tradesmen, a carpenter, &c., having now commenced business, and we hear that a shoemaker and a saddler are coming, so that our township is going ahead. I had the pleasure, through the kindness of Sir. Bohmeke, our blacksmith, of looking at Ms new lathe...

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HAMILTON. June 26, 1867. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 28 June 1867

HAMILTON. [From our own Correspondent.]] June 26, 1867- { The anniversary of the Bible Christian Sun day school was eelebrattd on Sunday and Monday, the 23rd and 24th instant. Mr J. Sanders preached in the afternoon, and the Bev. J. Hancock, one of the ministers of the circuit, in the evening. At the close of each service the children were - called upon to recite the various pieces which had been learnt by them for the occasion. On Monday a public tea meeting took place in tbe chapel, which was very -well attended. After tea a public meeting was held. The proceedings commenced with ; singing and prayer. The Hev. Mr Hill kindly ] consented to preside ;-and after giving a short, but suitable address to the children, parents, and friends on the subject "of the Sunday-school, introduced the Key.. J. Haucpck, who gave, a veiy. able discourse on",The Life and Xabours<)f our Saviour." The lecture was exceedingly inte resting and instructive, and I need scarcely say, was listened...

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FRIDAY, JUNE 28. [Before J. S. Browne, Esq., S.M., Dr. Tallis, Esq., J. P., and James White, Esq., J.P.] INTERPLEADERS. DEAN AND ANOTHER v. MANUEL. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 5 July 1867

FRIDAY, JUNE 28. [Before J. S. Browne, Esq., Dr. Tallis, .Esq., J. P., and Jatn^S White, Esq., J.P.J INTERPLEADERS. DEAN AND ANOTHER V. MANUEL. Mr Bundy for plaintiff; Mr Brady for claimant. Ia this case the claimants were Mr Fothering ham and another. The money was ordered to be paid over to claimants, the plaintiff to pay c>stsof proceedings. ADAMS ON v. FITZGERALD. In this case Mr Palmer appeared for the ex ecution creditor; aad Mr Brady for the clai mant, G. Fitzgerald. In this case the bailiff deposed that he. had seized, at the suit of M.r Adamaon, twenty-three bags of wheat, a horse, and a horse-rake. He had given up the horse and rake by order of the plaintiff, as tbey had been included in a bill of sal^>. Claimant had paid ia the value of the wheat, £23. The claimant was examined, and deposed that he bought the wheat, which was on his own lat.d, from Mr Prescott, paying for it by other wheat grown on bis n»n land, which he had first occu pied six months ago. &...

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LOCAL COURT—KAPUNDA. FULL JURISDICTION. [Before J. S. Browne, Esq., S.M., Dr. Blood, J.P., AND H. T. Morris, Esq., J.P.] THURSDAY, JUNE 28. UNSATISFIED JUDGEMENT. DODD v. FORD. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 5 July 1867

LOCAL COURT-K&PUNDA.' | JTOIX JDBISDICTION. fBefore J. S.Brovroe, E8q.,tS.M., Dr. Blood, JJ?., and^H. T. Morris, Esq., J:IV| ^THURSDAY, JUNE 28. UNSATISFIED 5R»GMENT. DODD V. FOED.' This was an unsatisfied claim for £46 13/. Mr. Brady appeared for the plaintiff. j Mr. Jesse Ford examined. j By Mr. Brady-Was the defendant in this i case; "was a labourer, working for his father; in ! 1865 "was carrying on a horse-dealing business; I had not been farming since then on : his own ac- j count; had never represented himself as the . owner of his mother's ferm; his father was one of the trustees; had not made any efforts to pay the debt; in Januaay, 1866, hishorses were taken from him and sold by execution. Mr. Brady asked for an order to imprison the defendant, who had been in constant employment during the eighteen months which had elapsed since judgment was given, but he had not made any efforts to pay the amount; but as there was no tangible ground as yet for the oder, he asked ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 5 July 1867

Hollomay's Obvtnient and Pills. - Outward Infirmities.-Before the discovery of these remedies, many cases of sores, ulcers, &c., were pronounced 'to be hopelessly incurable, because the treatment pursued tended to destroy the strength it was incompetent to preserve, and to exasperate the symptoms it' was inadequate to remove. Holloway's Pills exert the most wholesome powers over unhealthy flesh or skin, without debarring the patient from fresh air and exercise, and thus the constitutional vigour is husbanded; while the most malignant ulcers, abscesses, and skin diseases are in process of cure. Both Ointment and Fills make the blood richer and purer, instead of permitting it to fall' into that poor and watery state so fatal to many labouring under chronic ulcerations.-Advt. A WAJKNltfU. DO . you suffer, from physical incapacity? Are you siifferii g.from nervous' debility? 'Have you been the guilty vie "tim of any secret vice? Do you suffer from a set' of- s Symptoms nearly ak...

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SATUBDAY, JUNE 29. [Before J. S. Browne, Esq., and a Jury of four.] WILTSHIRE v. FORD. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 5 July 1867

SATUBDAY, JUNE 29. [Before J. S. Browne, Esq.,,and a Jury of four.] WILTSHIRE V. FOBD. This/was an action for £60 damages, for breach of contract. Mr Brady for the plaintiff; Mr Benham for the defendant. . : The Jury having been sworn, and the counsel for the plaintiff not being present, Mr Bruce ap plied to have the case, struck out, which was accordingly done. . DEFENDED CAUSES. [Before J. S. Browne^ Esq., S.M, H. T. Morris, Esq., J.P., and W. Liston, Esq., J.P.J BATTEN V. KOWETT. This was a claim for £45 0/10, for goods sold and delivered. . ... Br Brady for plaintiff; Mr Palmer for de fendant. Mr Brady here entered the Court, anapro-. teBted against the: case of Wiltshire v. Ford having been struck out, as at the request of Mr Stow ,he had consented to.allow the.case to stand last on the list, with that of. another.case in which Mr Stow was also engaged. It was an. arrangement between himself and Mr-..Stow, of which perhaps Mr Bruce was not aware. . Mr Brace objected to these re...

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KAPUNDA. MONDAY, JULY 1st, 1867. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 5 July 1867

KAPUNDA. MONDAY, JTTLY 1st, 1867. A meeting was held at the Morning Star Tnn for the purpose of nominating candidates for the representation of the district in the three "vacancies existing. . The following gentlemen were nominated, and a show of hands was taken for each name with the following results:-Mr. James "White, 22; Mr. William Hazel, 9; Mir. John Ford, 6; Mr. James Windebank, 24 j Mr. David Moody, 28 ; Mr. John Sanders, 10; Mr. W. Jeffs, 11; The Chairman then announced that Mr. James White, Mr. James Windebank, and Mr. David Moody, were duly elected. Messrs. T. Fother ingham and W. Lewis were re-elected as Auditors, without opposition. Belvtdebe Destbict Coukcid.-The report of meeting of ratepayers arrived just as we were going" to press, too late for insertion this week.

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THE KAPUNDA HERALD. Friday, July 5th, 1867. OUR DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 5 July 1867

THE KAPUNDA HERALD. Friday, July 5th, 1867. OUR DISTRICT. Once again an opportunity is afforded for some aspirant for Parliamentary honours to present himself for the suffrages of the electors of Light. There appears to be a certain fatality attaching to this electoral division of the Province, whereby it is rendered impossible for any hon. members to continue to represent it throughout the whole period of our triennial Parliament. Were it not that Mr. Roun sevell, at the meeting held on this day week, good humouredly pleaded guilty to the charge of remissness in the past; but prbmised amendment for the future; and, moreover, showed that he really knew something as to the merits of the Murray Tramway question-such as led to the hope that in the coming Session he might do something to justify the doubly recorded choice of the electors:-were it not, we say, for these circumstances, the opportunity for a change of representatives would be gladlv hailed; and even as it is, we do not thi...

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CLARE. MONDAY, JUNE 24th, 1867. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 5 July 1867

CLARE. I MONDAY, JUKE 24th, 1867. Present-Dr. Webb (Chairman), Councillors Pascoe, Priest, and Roberts. Mr. Priest reported that he had creek repaired near Catholic Chapel, Mintaro ; approved. Memorial from, ratepayers on the Hill River, asking for repairs to roads in that locality; postponed until after the Council are elected. Mr. James Roach to be allowed to grub trees off the district roads near White Hut. MONDAY, JUXY 1st, 1867, Ratepayers' meeting for electing or nominating Councillors and Auditors for ensuing year. The following -were duly proposed, viz., for Coun cillors C. Ember, John Trestrail, Dr. Webb, A. Trilling, T. Pascoe, W. Patterson, P. Butler, S. Bray, R. Buzzacott, A. Speers, W. Pearce, and J. Carter; for Auditors-W. Kelly, T. W. Powell, R. Betteridge, W, Gooch, W. C. Good child, and N. Lefevre. All further proceedings were adjourned until Monday, 8th. inst., when the election will take place.

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AUBURN. July 4, 1867. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 5 July 1867

AUBURN. ["From a Correspondent.] July 4,1867. We have beenfavouredwith several fine showers of rain during the week, and the River Wakefield is very high. Our farmers and carriers, and in fact all who have occasion to use the roads, are making complaints about their bad state. ?< Many persons in our neighbourhood appear to be looking anxiously for the return of one of our wheat buyers at Port Wakefield, who I under stand has been absent from business for several days past. The entertainment, entitled "The Teetotal Chairman in a Fix,"-or, as many termed it, " The Mysterious Entertainment"-came off last night in the Town Hall. The attendance was small; but considering it was the first appear ance of many of the performers, they deserve credit, especially Messrs. J. McDougall and D. J. Walters, whose speeches drew forth much ap plause. Judging from the manner in which the Chairman did his part, I should think he did not appreciate the honour that had been bestowed on him. Se...

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