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QUEENSLAND. Brisbane, May 28. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 31 May 1878

QUEENSLAND. Briabanfi. Mar 2R The Estimates "were laid on the table o£ the Assembly to-night. The estimated revenue for the next financial year is £1,694,500 show ing an increase of £137,500- The revenue from the customs is estimated at £6,800. There is a decrease in the land estimates of £26,000, and an increase from the railways of £2,500. The regular expenditure is estimated at £1,240,602; interest, £429,459 ; total, £1,670,061. The total debt, of the colony on April 2,1878 was £9,011,286..

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NEW SOUTH WALES. Sydney, May 28. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 31 May 1878

NEW SOUTH WALES. Sydney, May 28. Mr. Bums, the Postmaster-G-eneral, was entertained at a banquet at Corowa last niglit in celebration of the opening of telegraphic communication with Sydney. In replying to the toast of the Ministry Mr. Burns touched on various topics, and gave full details of the proceedings of the Cable Conference. Through the carelessness of a shunter a collision took place this morning, on the Zig zag Western line, and several carriages were, damaged and passengers shaken. . Adelaide town flour, £14 IQs. to £15 j coun try £13 10s. to £14 ; wheat, 6s. 3d.,: . '■■■■■■■ ' Sydney, May, 29.. The trial of the Hyde Park sectarian rioters has lasted for three days in the Criminal Court. Five were acquitted and two found guilty. They were admitted to hail, to appeal* when called upon to receive sentence.

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MELBOURNE. [From our own Correspondent.] May 20, 1878. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 31 May 1878

MELBOURNE. [From our own Correspondent.]} May 20, 1878. Undoubtedly the political event of the week has been the publication of correspondence between the Governor, Ministry, and Colonial Office at home relative to the last crisis, together with the opinions published by the English Press. After a careful perusal of the whole, I have come to the conclusion that the Governor has restrained the Ministry from the commission of various contemplated actions during the crisis, and has kept them strictly within legal bounds. It appears from the correspondence that His Excellency had to call the Ministry to task for their wholesale dismissions on Black Wednesday of the various officers of justice, and also strongly to condemn the proposed enforcement of specie payments at the Government offices. The Argus points out several misstatements or concealments of the truth by the Governor in his - despatches to the Colonial Secretary, but as these accusations rest on a mere as sumed foundation, an...

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OUR CITY LETTER. [From our own Correspondent.] Adelaide, May 30, 1878. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 31 May 1878

OUH CITY LETTER. jTTrom our own Correspondent.] Adelaide, Mav 30. 1878. I hare frequently noticed, and have before published the result of my observations, tliat accidents and offences of a similar nature frequently happen in clusters. This has again been, verified during the present week. A woman named Mary Kerker died on Sunday of heart disease, a labourer, Edward Hicks, died suddenly on Sunday, and Mr. Robert Bo wen died of paralysis only -about two hours after he was seized, shortly "after midnight on Sunday. He had attended services three times on Sunday, and appeared in his usual health until about half-past 10 at night. On Tuesday a man, George Taster by name, died at the Hospital from the effects of chloroform administered by Dr. Morice preparatory to removing one of his eyes, which, was diseased. At the inquest which followed a verdict was returned accordingly. At FarrelTs Flat on the same evening a young man named Alfred Oppermann hung himself in his bedroom. He had been f...

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ROBERTSTOWN. [From our own Correspondent.] May 24, 1878. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 31 May 1878

ROBERTSTOWN. {From our own Correspondent.] May 24, 1878. A prize shooting match of the members of the Robertstown Rifle Club took place on the   Queen's Birthday. The members marched to the ground, and shooting commenced at 2 o'clock. The number firing was seventeen, and the shooting turned out pretty fair, con sidering the short time the Club has been formed. There were five prizes, which were distributed to the highest aggregate at the four distances, besides which there were four distance prizes, and one to the highest at each distance. Some friends and members of the Club presented a sheep, a pig, and a goose for extra prizes—the sheep for the most bull's eyes, the pig for the most hits, and the goose for the most bull's eyes in the 150 yards range. The names of the winners of the prizes are as follows—First, Mr. A. Day ; second, Mr. C. H. Day; third, Captain S. W. Pearce; fourth, H. Hupafcz; fifth, M. Proposh. Mr. S. W. Pearce addressed the members of the Club and ...

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IMPOUNDING NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 4 June 1878

IMPOUNDING NOTICES. DALKEY, Section 145 (nearest Post-Office, Balaklava), Thomas Dalton, Poundkeeper.— One brindle and white heifer, eir-marked in off ear; one yellow and white heifer, ear marked in near ear, if branded not visible, very wild, about two years old. Will be Bold June 17, noon. HANSON, (nearest Post-Office, Kooringa), 3. Peak, jun., Poundkeeper.—One dark iron grey colt, email star, snip on nose, like PM over gB near shoulder ; one bay colt, small stir, black points, like KII near shoulder, like 4 near thigh, head-stall on; one white bullock, cock horns, like J near rump, like — over HGr off ribs ; one red bullock, white on belly, tail, top of shoulders, and face, like J near rump. Will be sold June*l7, at noon. HANSBOROUGH (nearest Post Office, Hansborough), Thomas Stodhart, Pound keeper.—One black or brown horse, aged, branded like HW near shoulder. Will be sold June I7j at noon. YARCOWlE (nearest Post Office, Yar cowie), David Down, Poundkeeper.— One chesnut horse, h...

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MONTHLY CALENDAR—JUNE. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 4 June 1878

MONTHLY CALENDAR—JUNE. Day of Month and Week. sum. Moon. E£se6. Sets. Rises. Sets. A.M. P.M. A.M. P.M. Saturday 1 7 4 4 50 7 10 4 42 Sunday 2 7 4 4 5o 8 5 5 45 Monday 3 7 5 4 50 8 55 6 54 Tuesday 4 7 5 4 49 9 39 8 8 "Wednesday 5 7 6 4 49 10 10 9 19 Thursday 6 7 6 4 49 10 51 10 29 Friday 1 7 7 4 49 11 21 11 38 Saturday 8 7 7 4 49 11 51 A.M. Sunday 9 7 8 4 49 P.M. 0 45 Monday 10 7 8 4 49 0 20 1 52 Tuesday 11 7 9 4 49 0 54 3 2 Wednesday 12 7 9 4 49 1 25 4 10 Thursday 13 7 9 4 50 2 5 5 17 Friday 14 7 10 4 50 2 57 6 21 Saturday 15 7 10 4 50 3 56 .7 17 Sunday 16 7 10 4 50 5 2 8 6 Monday 17 7 10 4 51 6 11 8 50 Tuesday 18 7 11 4 51 7 20 9 25 Wednesday 19 7 11 4 31 8 24 9 56 Thursday 20 7 11 4 51 9 23 10 24 Friday 21 7 11 4 51 10 21 10 49 Saturday 22 7 11 '4 52 11 15 11 13 Sunday 23 7 12 4 52 A.M. 11 37 Monday 24 7 12 4 52 1 7 P.M. Tuesday 25 7 12 4 52 2 3 0 30 Wednesday 26 7 12 4 53 3 1 1 0 Thursday 27 7 12 4 53 3 39 4 41 Friday 28 7 12 4 53 4 58 2 31 Saturday 29 7 12 4 54 5 55 3 31 Sunday ...

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THE GOVERNOR'S SPEECH. HONOURABLE GENTLEMEN OF THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL AND GENTLEMEN OF THE HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY— [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 4 June 1878

THE GOVERNOR'S SPEECH. Honottbable Gentlemen of the Legisla tive Council and Gentlemen of the House of Assembly— 1. I have been again called upon to admin ister the Government of this Province during the temporary absence, on leave, of Major General Sir W. F- D. JervoLs, G-.C.M.G-., C.B., upon urgent private affairs. His Excellency has recently communicated to me his intention to return to the colony at an early period. I have received a telegram from the Right Hon ourable the Secretary of State for the Colonies, informing me that Her Majesty has been graciously pleased to grant to His Excellency the dignity of G-rani Cross of the Most Dis tinguished Order of Saint' Michael and Saint G-e orge. You will, I feel sure, join with me in congratulating His Excellency on this well deserved distinction. 2. The presence of His Excellency in the mother-country at the present critical junc ture of affairs in Europe, cannot fail to have a beneficial effect in providing means for the defence of ...

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CORRESPONDENCE. THE INSPECTOR. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 4 June 1878

CORRESPONDENCE. fit must be understood that we do not necessarily endorse the opinions of Correspondents under this holding. THE INSPECTOR. TO THE EDITOE. Sir—lam undesirous of making complaints against auy Corporation or Government official providing his duty is faithfully dis charged, but I feel constrained to ask, I think I should especially demand as a ratepayer, from the members of our Corporation as to whether justice is done to them, when their Inspector is, and has for some three weeks, been devoting his time to electioneering purposes. I hare no objection to anyone ex pressing their enthusiasm for any particular candidate, but I have as a ratepayer a decided objection to paying an official for executing partisanship. Trustiug that this may be prominently brought forward before the Corporation, I am, Sir, &c., A RATEPAYER.

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CORRESPONDENCE. SALEM TENT ENTERTAINMENT. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 4 June 1878

COBBESPONDEN CE. [It mtist be understood that we do not necessarily endorse tile ojtinidiiS of <3oifesj»ondents Under this heading.] SALEM TENT ENTERTAINMENT. TO THB EDITOR. Sir—In justice to the Committee and Secre tary of the above I "wish to make a few re marks in answer to a letter appearing in last Tuesday's issue of your paper signed " B. J. Price," commenting on the manner Mrs. Price had been treated in connection -with the above entertainment. Mr. Price thinks that the request made whether she would object to a plan is te coming from town to accompany the metropolitan vocalists in their various parts an act far from graceful, and that she was quite right in refusing such request. Now, Sir, after reading the following facts I will leave your readers to judge whether she was right or not; in refusing such request.—In the first place neither of the vocalists referred to knew anything of Mrs. Price or her capa bilities as a pianiste ; secondly, they could not possibly...

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HOLIDAY RAMBLES IN TASMANIA AND VICTORIA. V. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 4 June 1878

HOLIDAY BAMBLES IN MANIA AND VICTORIA, V. The distinguishing characteristic we are told t>{ the highest class of hospitality is not inerely to welcome the coming, but also to speed the parting guest. And meastlfed by this test, we can speak highly of the hospi tality of Skellbrtwk. Neither time nor tide \rill wait for holiday-makers, and when all too soon we found we had stayed to the Utmost limits of the lime at our disposal, every facility was afforded us for extending our trip to other parts of the island, our host himself acting as our charioteer On the next stage of the journey. Leaving with considerable regret the kindly friends who had done so much to Contribute to our kindly recollections Of Tas mania, we took our departure one fine morn* ing for Wesleydale, a distance of about twenty five to thirty miles. For about half this dis tance our route was along the road to Delo raine, but at length we went across country fend found ourselves On the Chudleigh road, passing meanw...

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The Kapunda Herald. TUESDAY, JUNE 4, 1878. THE VICTORIAN FRIENDLY SOCIETY STATISTICS. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 4 June 1878

Cj&e HapunUa^eralU. TUESDAY, JUNE 4, 1878. THE VICTOBXOf EBIENDIiY SOCIETY STATISTICS. We have received from Mr. II. II, Hayter, the Victorian Government Statist, a return extending over 129 pages of foolscap giving full details of the operations and financial position not only of the respective Orders in Victoria which have sent in the pre scribed returns, but also of the indi vidual Lodges. Such a return is very valuable for purposes of reference, and we should be very glad to see a similar return published by our own Government. It is altogether out of our power to present our readers with any full particulars of statistics which even in the systeniatic manner in which they are prepared are so extensive, But as the subject is one of great in-? terest relatively to so many of our readers, we propose to place before them a few deductions from the return in question. Li the first place, then, we would state that in Victoria, in 1876, the number of Societies which furnished r...

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QUEENSLAND. Brisbane, May 29. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 4 June 1878

QUEENSLAND. Brisbane, May-29. ! The House adjourned at dusk, after the Treasurer had delivered his Budget Speech. The Treasurer says that he finds the country in a fairly prosperous state, in spite of the drought; £180,000 will have to be provided during the ensuing twelve months for the construction of railways on the Central and North-Western Districts. Brisbane, May 31. The Attorney-General, on behalf of the Bar, took farewell of Chief Justice Cockle to day on the eve of his leaving for England on leave of absence, [after 14 years' continuous service. The Customs revenue at Brisbane during May amounted to £28,145.

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OPENINGS OF PARLIAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 4 June 1878

OPENINGS OF PARLIAMENT. The new Parliament was opened on Friday last, and as bad already been arranged, Sir George Kingston was again - unanimously elected to the Speakership — an honour which he well deserved—for, as we pointed out in our last, and as was also pointed out by the Hon- L. Grlyde, the orderly tone of the debates in our House of Assembly is to some extent to be attributed to the efficiency of Sir ^reorge Kingston and his predecessors in office. Mr. Grlyde, however, in seconding the proposition sefemed to incline to the belief that Sir George was occasionally a little too peremp tory, for he remarked that the Speaker whoever he might be, should remem ber that he had been rendered first amongst equals by the votes of those equals, and that he should not act as a pedagogue ruling over schoolboys. The Premier congratulated both the Speaker and the House on the appoint ment just made. All the members of the Assembly were present during some portion of the sitting, and were ...

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NEW SOUTH WALES. Sydney, May 31. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 4 June 1878

NEW SOUTH WALES. Sydney, May 31. A deputation waited on the Colonel Secre tary to request liim to appoint the Commis sioners in Paris as Commissioners at the Sydney International Exhibition of 1879. The Minister promised to give the matter his consideration. BreadstufEs dull, Adelaide town flour, £14 10s. to £15; country, £13 10s. to£14. Wheat 6s. 2d. to 6s. 3d. Sydney, June 1. The Colonial Secretary has received a tele gram from the Agent-General announcing the departure of the Smyrna with 453 emigrants. Sydney, June 2. Mr. Bennett, the proprietor of the Evening News, is dead. His age was 63.

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LOCAL TELEGRAM. EATAL ACCIDENT AT WALLAROO. [From our own Correspondent.] June 3, 1878. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 4 June 1878

LOCAL TELEGRAM. EATAL ACCIDENT AT WALLAROO [From our own Correspondent J . June 3,1878. A fatal accident happened at Wallaroo. Robert Smith, a brakesman on the Kadina and Wallaroo line, fell under the trucks this morning, and died a few zuinutes afterwards, leaving a ■widow and fire children.

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GAWLER. [From our own Correspondent.] June 3, 1878. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 4 June 1878

GAWLER. [From our own Correspondent.]] Jnne 3. 1878. We have had the U.S. Minstrels here two nights, they liad fine houses each night, and were quite a treat to hear. The Musical Society are going ahead. They have appointed a conductor and a Committee, and will no doubt soon be rehearsing for ah opening concert. I hear they intend trying Handel's " Messiah," which I have no doubt will take well. The Dramatic Society are setting to work. They intend bringing out a new comedy in two acts, written by its energetic Secretary, Mr. Loyau, who has worked hard to get the Society formed. Some nice showers of rain have fallen during the week, which have done a deal o.f good, but have not been general. The weather j is still threatening, and a fall of rain would do an immense amount of good, as the ! farmers on the plains have just finished seed- i ing. |

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REUTER'S TELEGEAMS LONDON, May 29. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 4 June 1878

BEUTEfi'S TELEGEAMS LONDON", May 29. Count Andrassy recently stated in a speech in. the Austrian Parliament that his G-overn ment were determined that whatever territory remained to the Sultan must be secured to him. He also said that, while they assented to the Russian policy of developing an auton omous Christian province in Turkey, they objected to the proposed Muscovite occupation of Bulgaria for two years ; and that as to the Roumanian question, they objected to the severance of the natural communications of Austria with the East through the Danube. LONDON", May 27. The London newspapers write in a less san guine tone about the probable result of the negotiations with Count Scliouvaloff, but the holding of a Congress is assured. The appeal to the Russian nation in favor of a volunteer fleet has had the effect of securing large money contributions. At the cricket match between the Australian and the Yorkshire teams when the stumps were drawn the latter were all out for 72 ; and ...

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OUR CITY LETTER. [From our own Correspondent.] Adelaide, June 3, 1878. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 4 June 1878

OUE OITr LETTER. [From our own Correspondent/] Adelaide, June 3,1878. The event of the week has been the opening of Parliament, which was done by Commis sion, by His Honor Mr. Justice Stow, who attended to swear in the members at 12 o'clock, on Friday, May 31. This part of the ceremony being over, the members of the Assembly proceeded to elect a Speaker; their choice had been made the previous day, and it was merely the formal election that took place on Friday, when Mr. W. To-.vnsend proposed, and the Hon. L. Glyde seconded, that Sir G-. S. Kiustou be re-elected Speaker. The motion having been carried unanimously, Sir George returned thanks, and the House shortly after adjourned till five minutes to 2, when His Excellency the Administrator of the Government came down in his carriage, accompanied by the Acting-private Secretary, Mr. J. L. Stirling, the Aide-de-camp, Captain 1 Haggard, Colonel Downes, and Major God win, and escorted by a body of mounted troopers, under the command of...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 4 June 1878

Holloway's Pills.—Sudden changes, frequent fogs, and prevailing dampness sorely impede the vital functions aiid conduce to ill he_Ith. The remedy for such disorders lie in some purifying medicine, like these Pills, which ifi competent to grapple successfully with the mischief at its source, and stamp it out with out fretting the nerves or weekening the sys tem. Holloway's Pills extract from the blood all noxious matter, regulate the action of every disordered organ, stimulate the liver and kid neys, and relax the bowels. In curing chosts complaints these Pills are remarkably effective, especially when aided by a free local applica tion of the Ointment. This double treatment will ensure a certain, steady, atid beneficient progress, and sound health will booh be -re-es tablished.—Advt. DUEYEAS' celebrated " MAIZENA," manufactured at Glen Cove, is one of the mcst delightful prepara tions for food in the world. Recommended by the highest medical authorities in both hemispheres, and rece...

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