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PARLIAMENTARY. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 12 July 1867
PARLIAMENTARY. The fourth session of the fourth Parliament was opened by hia Excellency the Governor-in« Chief on Friday last j LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. Bis Excellency delivered Ms opening address ia the Council Chamber, the members the Lowe* House being present below the bar. The address consists of thirteen paragraphs, but they do not contain any very important foreshadowing! of Ministerial policy, merely stating that the in quiry into Mr Justice Boothby*8 conduct ia still pending; that the Commission on Buns report will be laid before them; that the Government Resident has been withdrawn from the Northern Territory; that an Intercolonial Postal Con ference has been held; that they will be invited to amead the Mineral Regulations; that various tramway schemes will be submitted, as also ? other Bills of public importance. The members of the House of Assembly are promised the Estimates at an early date. The vacancies consequent on the death of the Hon. G. Hall, and resignation of the Ho...
GOLDEN GIFTS. CHAPTER VII. BLACK VISITORS. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 12 July 1867
GOLDEN GIFTS. BY THE ATTTHOB OF " MABIA3S"" VERMONT YALE ETC., ETC. CHAPTER TO * BiACK YISITOBS. "Edie, do you like this kind of life ?" asked Henry, one lovely day later in the spring, as they sat together in the verandah, eating a simple dinner, composed of sandwiches and salad from their garden, and evidently enjoying alike the dinner, the day, and the prospect. They were alone; for Lizzie had accom panied Martin on his Adelaide trip, to make sundry necessary purchases and bring a little Adelaidean news up into the wilds, as Edith laughingly stipulated she should do; and meanwhile, with Harry's aid, she contentedly remained at home, keeping house. "Do I like this kind of life?" repeated Edith, looking suddenly round upon her brother with laughing eyes. " Do you ?" " I'm not sure. Yes-I like it for some things." " I like it also for some things," replied Edith, with comic gravity. " Well, but I mean to say, though I like it for some things, there are other things that make it not ...
CLARE. Wednesday, July 10. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 12 July 1867
GLARE. fFrom our own Correspondent."! Wednesday, July 10. I I am gtaa to oe aoie to report good seasonable weather. Since last writing we have had an abundance of rain, but it has been piercingly aud is so still. On Monday last the election of Councillors took place, when owing to there being so many (twelve) nominated there was an unusual amount of interest shown in the matter. The poll was declared as follo ws-Bray 7, Butler 71, Buzacott 14, Carter 9, Kimber 47, Paacoe 70, Pearce 7, Paterson 38, Speirs 12, Trestrail 12, Trillarg 64, Webb 82; Messrs Butler, Paseoe, and Webb being the) three elected. Messrs Kelly and Betteridge were re-elec ed as Auditors. The Clare Band, I see, is to give a concert here on Wednesday next, the proceeds of which are to be devoted towards the purchase of fresh instruments. It is to be hoped that the public will appreciate the local musical talent, and that the few who now form the band will be enabled shortly to add to their number. The road between t...
STOCKPORT. ELECTION MEETING.—MONDAY, JULY 8. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 12 July 1867
STOCKPORT, ELECTION MKETING.-MONDAY, JULY 8. T&e following gentlemen were elected as Councillors:- Messrs. John O'Dea, Elisha Manuel, and Alexander Cunningham; and as Auditors-Messrs. J. W. Perry and J, ConnelL. TUESDAY, JULY 9. Present-Councillors Lawrie, Young, O'Dea, Manuel, and Cunningham. Councillor Manuel was elected Chairman. Messrs, Joseph Kelly, Robert Pearson, and John Ryan were elected Constables. ?
MUNICIPAL CORPORATION. MONDAY, JULY 1. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 12 July 1867
MUNICIPAL CORPORATION. MONDAY, JDIY 1. Present-His Worship the Mayor, Councillors Day, Maclaren, Moyle, Nock, Pearee, Thompson; and the Town Clerk. CORRESPONDENCE. A. letter was read from Mr Baker, the Super intendent of the Fire Brigade, enclosing rules be had printed for the Adelaide Brigade, and ex pressing his willingness to furnish all the infor mation in his power. Bead, a letter from Messrs Fry, stating that their contract for supply of metal would be com pleted this week; and as their men would be out of work, they would be willing to supply more metal for the dam crossings at the same price. To be considered by Works Committee. Councillor Tyrie was here fined for absence. It was resolved that the rules forwarded by Superintendent of the Fire Brigade should T>e circulated amongst the Councillors for infor mation. The Sub-Committee on the formation of the Fire Brigade did not bring lip any report, and an extension of time was granted. The Town Clerk reported that the engin...
GAWLER. Thursday, July 11. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 12 July 1867
GAWLEft. fFrom our own Correspondent.! Thursday, July 11. I The weather for the last few days has been exceedingly cold, and last night we were visited with several heavy showers of rain. T"'eie is a great deal of sickness about in oar neighbourhood-the diphtheria being the general complaint; and I am sorry to say it has proved fatal in on; or two caee>. On Wednesday evening Miss Aitken gave a valedictory entertainment in the Oddfellows' Hall, W. Duffield, Esq., M.P., in the chair. The Hall was well filled, although it rained very heavily just at the time for assembling. Some of the choicest pieces were selected for the occa sion, and as usual, were very ably and impres aively rendered. The greatest attention was shown throughout by the audience, and every one seemed fully satisfied with the evening's entertainment. Mr ft- B. White presided at the pianoforte. At the close of the 'program me, Mr Duffield read an address, and presented a gold necklace to MisB Aitken, on behalf of-,...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 12 July 1867
>ORT ADELAIDti AND DRY TENDERS will be received at this Office until J2 o'clock noon of Wednesday, tbe 17th instant, for the supply of about 8,200 Gross SLEEPERS, pnfl about 1,500 Cubic Feet of Sawn Timber of Various lengths, to be delivered at the Port Ade laide, Adelaide, or Dry Creek Stations. " The Sleepers and Sawn Timber must be of the beBt quality of Bed Gum or Kangaroo Island Box Timber, perfectly sound in every respect, and jnust hold the specified dimensions throughout. The Sleepers to be either rectangular or ihalf round .in section; the rectangular ones to be 9 feet long, 9 inches vide, and inches thick; the half-round to be 9 feet long, 10 inches wide, and 5 inches thick. The whole to be sawn, and not split out of logs. '' Persona tendering to state at which Station they will deliver, the quantity they can supply, and the time within which they will complete delivery of same. - The tenders for tbe Cross Sleepers to be at per r Sleeper, and for the Sawn Timber at per ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 12 July 1867
TO A D VERTISERS in the " KAPUNDA HERALD.-Thefollowmg is the SCALE of DISCOUNTS on Advertisements n the KAPUNDA HERALD, when prepaid: imJrtioiisf..} 3d~in the Shilling, or 25 percent. %^rtion .!.!} 8|d.intheShilling, or29£ percent. du^grtqrtr.} 4d.in theShilling,or38|percent, j The Scale of Charges is as follows: Two lines ... One Shilling. Three lines .. One Shilling and Sixpence. Four lines ... Two Shillings. live lines ... Two Shillings and Sixpence. Six lines Two Shillings and Sixpence. Each line more Four-pence. Figdre,orTable-work Advertisements, charged at sixpence per line thronghont. The KAPUNDA HERALD will have an exten sive circulation all over the Northern Country, including Gawler, Sheaoak Log, Greenock, Nuri ootpa, Angaston, Stockwell, Truro, North and South Rhine, Lyndoch Valley, Moorundee- Stork port, Linwood, Gilberton, Rhynie, the Wakefield, Kiverton, Saddleworth, Auburn, Mintaro Leas ingham, Watervale, Penwortham, Clare, &.&lt;-nnt Remarkable, Fort...
KAPUNDA MARKET PRICES. "Kapunda Herald" Office, Friday, July 12, 1867. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 12 July 1867
KAPUNDA MARKET PRICES. " Kapunda Herald " Office, Friday, July 12, 1867. Wheat 4/1 per bushel Flour per ton, £11/ Ditto per bag, 23s Brail per bushel. Is Od Pollard par bushel, 1/2 Bay, new, per ton-£2/5 Beef per lb, 3d to 4d Mutton, ditto, 3d to 4d Pork, ditto, ditto, 7d to 8d Steaks, and chops ditto, 4d Hams and bacon, ditto, Is 6d Butter per lb-Fresh, Is 6d; Potted, Is 3d Eggs per dozen, 1/3 Potatoes, new, 6/6 per cwt.; Id. per lb.
ADELAIDE CORN MARKET. Adelaide, July 11, 1867. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 12 July 1867
ADELAIDE CORN MARKET. Adelaide, July 11, 1867. Very little business bas been done in Wheat daring last week, bat since the arrival of the English mail the market is somewhat firmer, although we have no improvement in price to , report as yet. Several large saleB have taken place in Flour, especially Country Brands, at full rates. Bran and Pollard are saleable in trade parcels at our quotation. Oats and Barley are very dull of sale. In general business we have no improvements to report. Oar to-day's quotations are as follow Wheat, in town, 4/7 per bushel; ditto at Fort, 4/9 to 4/10; Flour, £11 to £12 10/ per ton; Bran, /9 per bushel; Pollard, 1/; Cape Barley, 2/9 to 3J; English ditto, 3 /9 to 4/3; Cape Oats, 2/6 to 8/; English ditto, 3/6 to 4/. A. F. CHRISTEN & CO.
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 12 July 1867
BIRTH. POLLARD.-On the 9th July, at Kapunda, Mrs. James Pollard, of a son. MARRIAGE. PEARCE-WILLIAMS.-On Monday, 8th &nbsp; inst., at Kapunda, by the Rev. Henry Bath, Samuel William, eldest son of Mr James Pearce, Kapunda, to Mary, second daughter of Mr Samuel Williams, of Kapunda. POULDEN - GAWLER.-On the 24th of May, at Southsea, Hants, Edward Poulden, Esq., first Lieutenant of H.M.S. Excellent, to Cath erine, eldest daughter of Colonel Gawler, of the 52nd Regiment, and formerly Governor of South Australia.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 19 July 1867
Holloroays Ointment and Pills. Cough, Emaciation.-These symptoms, slight, but steadily advancing, mark a depraved con dition of the body, which will ran its rapid course to consumption, unless some resistant remedy be at once applied. All congestion of the lungs, and engorgements of the air tubes, are removed by. rubbing Hollo way's Ointment upon the back and front of the chest; and all impurities are extracted from the blood by his purifying Pills, which establish a good digestion, and so strengthen the system, and avert both present and future danger- These potent re medies require no foreign aid to change the con sumptive tendency, and to remove all obstruc tions springing from impure blood, deficient nervous power, or other constitutional local defects.-Advt. A WARNING. DO you suffer from physical incapacity? Are you sufferii g from nervous debility? Have you been tne guilty vie "tim of any secret vice? Do you suiter from a set of s ymptoms nearly akin more qr less to the follow...
WHY I DON'T GO TO CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 19 July 1867
j WHY I DON'T GO TO CHURCH. , I don't go to church; and I do not know why I should mind stating, in the inte rests of truth, the reasons which really in duce me to abstain from that usually bene ficial custom. Two of tbera are of the baser sort, and as we are telling the truth, it is best perhaps to mention them first, and make a clean breast of it. Owing to accidental circumstances, not worth ex plaining berp, I am under no social, or do- j mestic, or friendly compulsion to go. No body is scandalized because I stay at home, I nobody grieves, nobody quotes me, or is at all likely to quote me, as an evil example to my neighbours and the parish. If any body did, my wife perhaps excepted, it would make no difference; but they do not, and one great reason for going to church as s» regular habit of life is in my case absent. Then I have reasons for en joying one day of quiet at home. It is my only day in the week of perfect mental rest, a rest which would be entirely gone if I were force...
PARLIAMENTARY. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 19 July 1867
PARLIAMENTARY. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. On Tuesday, after explanations with reference to the preliminary meeting to arrange for the reception of H.B.H. the Duke of Edinburgh, and also from Mr Baker with respect to a statement of his which had been misunderstood to refer to the Chief Secretary's private affairs, the assent of Her Majesty to the Governors Salary Act was announced. The President and several hon. members then proceeded to Government Honse to present the address in reply to the Governor's speech. . In reply to Sir Baker, the Chief Secretary stated that the expense of the proceedings in re Judge Boothby before the Executive Council were to be defrayed by the Government; that the conduct of the case had. been entrusted to M Way; that no bill of costs had yet been ren dered . that it was impossible to say what would be the ultimate amount of costs incurred; and that the usual oath had been taken by members of the Executive Council. In reply to Mr Mildred, the Chief Secretary sa...
DISTRICT COUNCILS. BELVIDERE. SATURDAY, JULY 13. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 19 July 1867
DISi'ttiOT (JOUiNOiLrS. BELVIDERE. SATPBDAT, JULY 13. Present-All the members. Mr W. Flavel was re-elected Chairman and Treasurer for the ensuing year. A meeting of ratepayers, for the purpose of adopting a rate for the current year, to be called by advertisement. It was decided that all money collected in each Ward be ex pended, as nearly as practicable, in improviGg the Ward from which the sum was raised-each to contribute in the same ratio towards expenses. Resolved, that each Councillor be supplied with copies of the requisite Acts for their guidance, such Acts always to remain the property of the Council. Mr Rodgers and the Clerk were in structed to examine the road near St. John's, preparatory to inviting tenders for repairing the same. Payments, ,£17 3/3.
GOLDEN GIFTS. CHAPTER VIII. OFFENCE AND DEFENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 19 July 1867
OOIJDEN GIFTS. BY THE ATJTHOB OF " MART AIT" TEEMONT TALE ETC., ETC. CHAPTER Yin* OEPEITCE AK"i) DEFENCE. From the time of his first Sunday visit to the "Wallaces, "William Aland was rarely an absentee from the services at their slab hut. "Whatever was the attraction-the pleasant society, the pretty, neat room they sat in, the perfume and beauty of the flowers-was best known to himself; but Sunday after Sunday he traversed the dray track, sometimes with and. some times without his cousin; for she often proved refractory and would not go, trying at the same time every inducement to detain him. " It's your most leisure day, Willie," she exclaimed one bright Sabbath morning after he had asked for her company. " Tou might take me a ride-a good long ride. I don't see what you want prosing away at those Wallaces." " I should think, Winnie, it ought to be sufficient that I find it pleasant to go," returned William, coolly; " and I can't for the life of me see why it should not be the same ...
HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 19 July 1867
HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY. On Friday, Mr Williams presented a numer ously signed memorial in favour of the Govern ment guaranteeing interest and land to any company constructing a line of tramway to North of Port Augusta. A message was received from His Excellency enclosing the following dispatch relative to the visit of H.B.H. the Duke of Edinburgh: " Mr Romaine to the Under Secretary of State for the Colonies. " Admiralty, April 22, 1867. "Sir-I am commanded by my Lords Com* missioners of the Admiralty to acquaint you* for the information of His Grace the Duke of Buckingham and Chandos, that H.M.S. Galatea, under the command of H.B.H. the Duke of Edinburgh, is about to proceed on service, and will leave Marseilles about 20th May to visit Bio de Janeiro and the Cape of Good Hope. From thence His Royal Highness will proceed to the west coast of Australia, and will visit Adelaide, Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane, Hobart Town, Van Diemen's Land, and also Auckland and Wellington, in New Zealand, a...
KADINA. June 16, 1867. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 19 July 1867
KADINA. [From our own Correspondent.! June 16,1867. A lecture was delivered on Thursday, the 11th inst., in the Congregational Church, by the Rev. W. Wilson-subject, " The Giant Cities of Bashan." The attendance "was very good con sidering the rough state of the weather. The lecture was listened to with much interest, and at the close, a vote of thahks was unanimously ac corded. At the Matta Mine underground operations have ceased, thereby throwing a considerable number of men out of employ. Considerable regret is felt here that "Miss Aitken is unable to visit this important part of the colony. The Rev. D. W. Davies, Congregational minister at Wallaroo, is about to leave for Ballaarat, "Victoria. We have had our share of the recent wet; weather, which has put the farmers in high spirits. |
THE KAPUNDA HERALD. Friday, July 19th, 1867. HUSTINGS PLEDGES. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 19 July 1867
THE KAPUNDA HERALD. Friday, July 19 th, 1867. HUSTINGS PLEDGES. The resignation of Mr. Blyth as member for East Torrens on account of his feeling that the pledge given bj him not to dis turb Goytier's valuations was now re pugnant to him, having been convinced that to a certain extent a portion of these valuations needed reconsideration-re minds us that Mr. N. Blyth is not the only member in the same fix ; our repre sentatives being similarly pledged. The present state of things tells forcibly against the system of requiring absolute pledges from representatives, except in very exceptional cases; because in man}' cases, as well as in this particular instance, circumstances may so alter, that the course which at the time of the return of such representatives appeared to be the only sound and proper one to be pursued, may yet become the very reverse. JNo member should be returned by any constituency unless they have sufficient reliance on the soundness of his judgment and principles, ...