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KAPUNDA MARKET PRICES. "Kapunda Herald" Office, Friday, January 4, 1867. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 4 January 1867

KAPUNDA MARKET PRICES. "Kapuiida Herald" Office, Friday, January 4, 1867. GRAIN AND FODDER - Wheat, 3s 2d per bushel Flour per ton, JEIO 10/ Ditto per bag, 24s Ditto per lb 2d Butter per lb, la 3<t Eggs per dozea, lGd

Publication Title: Kapunda Herald And Northern Intelligencer
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ADELAIDE CORN MARKET. Adelaide, January 3, 1867. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 4 January 1867

ADELAIDE CORN MABKET. Adelaide, January 3, 1867. We have very little business to report during the past week, and prices are about the same. Supplies of Wheat are as yet very moderate, but at the same time hardly any export orders have come to hand, and local millers have been the principal buyers. Fiour is very dull of sale. We have no transactions to report in Bran, Oats, and Barley. Our quotations to-day are Wheat, 4/ per bushel; Flour, £10 10/ to .£11 10/ per ton; Bran 1/ to 1/1 per bushel; Pollard, i/3 to 1/4; Cape Barley, 2/9 to 3/; En glish do.. 3/6 to 41; Oats, 3/6 to 4/6. A. F. CHRISTEN & Go.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 4 January 1867

TO ADVERTISERS in the KAPUNDA HERALD.-The following is the SCALE of DISCOUNTS on Advertisements in the KAPUNDA HERALD, when prepaid: insertions!.} sd-in the Shilling, or 25 percent, ^insertion !.!} 3jd.intheShming,or29| percent. duSig^rtr. } tbeShiiling, orS3ipercent. The Scale of Charges is as follows: Two lines ... One Shilling. Three lines ... One Shilling and Sixpence. . Four lines ... Two Shillings. s Five lines ... Two Shillings and Sixpence. Six lines... ... Two Shillings and-Sixpence. Each line more. Four-pence. Figore,orTable-work Advertisements,chjirged at sixpence per line throughout. The KAPUNDA HERALD will have an expen sive circulation .all over the Northern Country, including Gawler, Sheaoak Log, Greenock, Nuri ootpa, Angaston, Stockwell, Truro, North and J South Rhine, LyndochValley, Moorundee: Stopk- j port, Linwood, Gilberton, Bhynie, the Wakefield, - Riverton, Saddleworth, Auburn, Mintaro Leas ingham, WatervaleJ Penwortham, Qarev, jAicunt Remarkable, Port Augusta ...

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THE HOWL-AWAY PILLS COMPANY (UNLIMITED). [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 11 January 1867

THE HOWL-AWA.Y PILLS COM PANY (UNLIMITED^ Ia these sad days of liquidation, There's no field left for speculation, A cause for deep regrets ; To meet this want it is proposed To form a Company, composed Of several, wealthy Setts. No vulgar Banking scheme for me, Financial, or Land Company, Coffee or Cotton Mills, No Bricks and Tiles, nor Patent Slips, No Cotton Screws, nor Iron Ships, My little game is-PILLS. None of your Joint-Stock Corporations, Nor " Grand" Finance Associations, Nor Mazagons nor Freres, None of your Back-Bay Reclamations; Send in at once your applications, If you'd secure some shares. The " PILLS AND OINTMENT OOMPANV,'' Buy up Professor Howl-away (Whose name of course appears); The Capital, subscribed with ease, Amounts to Two Crores of Rupees,* Iu Fifty Thousand Shares. To cure, to strengthen all mankind, The lame, the deaf, the dumb, the blind, What medicine can we ever find, So efficacious of its kind, As Howl-away's renowned Pills, Well knoivn to cure ail hum...

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CHAPTER XIV. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 11 January 1867

CHAPTER XIV. Minerva House was a large establish ment, or cottage as it was called, receiving about twenty or thirty young ladies to board and educate, and professing to turn out more brilliant pianistes, linguists, and artists than any other school in the Colony. It was situated in the suburbs of Mel bourne, and boasted an imposing frontage of stone walls and long windows, at which occasional glimpses might be obtained of some of the fair students. Well dressed as was Izzy in her mourning habiliments, Captain West felt no little misgivings at the thought of present ring to the formidable and stylish Miss Downe.*, the lady superintendent, such a queer, outlandish-looking object. With a degree of nervousness unusual to him self he waited with bis adopted child in tbe grand reception-room ; and very I grand everything looked there-the Turkey-carpet, with its soft, springy touch, the elegant candelabra, and piano of exquisitely carved rosewood, telling of the well-to-do nature of the e...

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LOCAL COURT—KAPUNDA. MONDAY, JANUARY 7, 1867. [Before J. S. Browne, Esq., S.M., and M. H. S. Blood. Esq., J.P.] UNSATISFIED JUDGMENTS. JEFFS AND ANOTHER V. KINNEAR. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 11 January 1867

IIOGAII COURT-KAPUNDA. MONDAY, JANUARY 7, 1867. fBefore J. S. Browne, Esq., S.M-, and M. H. S. Blood. Esq., J.P.] : UNSATISFIED JUDGMENTS. JEFFS AND ANOTHER V. KINNEAB. Judgment debt of £8 8/. Mr Rudallior plaintiffs. Osder made for 5/per week. JEFFS AND ANOTHER V. CANNY. . Judgment debt of £16 13/. Mr Rudall for plaintiffs. Defendant was examined as to his means of payment, and said he had a share and a quarter in the building Society, on which funds he GAVE an order for the amount, to be paid on or before 30th Aprilnext. DEFENDED CAUSES. FOTHFEINGHAM V. ALLEN. Claim of £14 6/. Judgment for amount by CONSENT. SHAIX T. HCWABD. Claim for £6 5/1 for commission due. Mr Radall for plaintiff; Mr Benham for de fendant. Mr Small examined. By Mr Radall-Dn the 25th Augu«t last de fendant came and applied for loan of £100 for TWELVE months, on a deed at National Bank; agreed to lend it if the deed was all right; drew out a cheque and two acceptances-one for the first six months' interest, and...

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HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 11 January 1867

HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY. On Wednesday, various petitions were pre sonted-amongst others one by the Chief Secre tary from residents in the South-Eastern Dis trict; praying for a trial survey to be made for a railway from Fort Msnnum to Adelaide. In reply to a question by Mr Reynolds, the Chief Secretary stated that the Government ex pected the prorogation would take place on Friday (to-day). In answer to Mr Reynolds' question as to what course the Government intended to take with reference to the Northern Territory, the Chief Secretary replied that the Government had de termined upon having a preliminary examination to fix the site for the survey, and upon that site being fixed would call for fresh tenders. No time would be lost by adopting this course, as pointed out by one of the tenderers and the Surveyor-General. The Government had been led to adopt this course feeling that a consider able margin had necessarily been added to the tenders to meet ucforseen contingencies arising from the...

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FLOY; (Continued from our last.) CHAPTER XIII. IZZY SENT TO SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 11 January 1867

F L O Y : I A TALE, BY " LITTLE JACOB." {Continuedfrom our last.} . CHAPTER XTTT. IZZY SENT TO SCHOOL. " Woman, I am the Police Sergeant, and command you to show me some room where the body can ba laid." " Oh"! not in here--not here !" cried the woman, recoiling with horror. " It would ruin my business if it once got abroatl that a dead body lay inside my rooms; but I will show you a nice barn where it can be laid out decently." u Very well, then, look sharp; we've no time to spend dallying." It was a very roughly-built place to which she led them, and though dignified by the name of barn, had no sign of hay or grain store whatever. There was a long table fixed against one wall, upon winch the inmates of a neighbouring pig stye hadbeen salted and quarteredfrom time to time, for it was still stained with the blood drippings from the last unfortunate porker; while in the supporting laths of roof were stuck any quantity of deadly looking knives, ready for deeds of assassi nation of any...

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ARRIVAL OF THE ENGLISH MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 11 January 1867

ARRIVAL O s1 THE ENGLISH MAIL. The branch steamer arrived at Glenelg1 with the South Australian portion of the November Eng-lish mail at 10 o'clock yesterday morning'. The following is a summary of news from the papers to hand: The Queen was at Windsor in the enjoyment of good health. The Duke of Edinburgh had been at Plymouth examining the Galatea, which is to be commissioned by him. Prince Arthur is to be entered as gentleman cadet at the Royal Woolwich Military Academy. The marriage of the Czarewitch aod the Princess Dagmar was celebrated with great eclat at St. Petersburgh on the 9th November. His Royal Hieliuess the Prince of Wales was present, and after the cerem ny paid a visit to Moscow. Contrary to expectation the Princess of Wales did not accompany the Prince, but remained at Windsor. England is to afford a liome to the Ex-Xing of Hanover, the offer of St. James's l'alace made to Mm by Her Majesty having been accepted. The Queen has sent a contribution of £300 towards the ...

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NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 11 January 1867

NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. As it is quite opposed, to our principles to make the columns of this paper a -medium for 1 religious conflict, we cannot, now that we have inserted one letter on each side, admit a*iy'. farther correspondence ou the ' Tract' question, except as advertisements.

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DISTRICT COUNCILS. KAPUNDA. MONDAY, JANUARY 7. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 11 January 1867

DISTRICT COUNCILS. KAPUNDA. MONDAY, JANOART 7. | Present-The Chairman and Councillors Ford I and Oldham. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. The resignation of office bj Councillor Stokes on the ground of being over the age liable to serve, was received and accepted, The resignation of Mr T. Hines, as District Banger was also received and accepted. Resolved, that a rate of one shilling in the pound be made, and that notice be given of the same. Resolved, that the days of meeting be changed to the first and third Saturday in each month. BeBolved, that Messrs. Everard, R. S. Kelly, H. E. Bright, and Geo. McEwin be nominated members of the Central Board of Main Boads. Payments ordered, £6 17/; the Chairman, how ever, refused to sign cheque for £4, included in that amount, for last month's salary of Ranger. , Council adjourned to Saturday, the 19th inst.

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THE KAPUNDA HERALD. Friday, January 11th, 1867. RAILWAY CHARGES. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 11 January 1867

THE KAPUJNDA HERALD. Friday, January 11 th, 1867. RAILWAY CHARGES. At the present time, when so great an importance attaches to matters pertaining to railways and tramways, in consequence of the efforts being made for their exten sion, it is particularly necessary that the legitimate advantages which existing rail ways offer should not be frustrated or set aside any action on the part of the authorities; and we believe that to a cer tain extent this is the case at present. There is not the slightest doubt that the present northern railway affords a uaeans ot great facilities to travellers/ our merchants, agriculturist:;, <£c., for the speedy carriage of their wares and pio duee. By the aid of the present railway and the conveyances of Messrs. C>»bb & Co, the traveller is enabled to leave the Burra in --.the,: morning, to; transact business in Adelaide the same afternoon, and to arrive back again at the. Barfca by the following afternoon.- -The shopkeepers are a...

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AUBURN. January 10, 1867. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 11 January 1867

AUBURN. [From our own Correspondent.! January lo, 1867. I have little news to communicate th e week. The farmers are very busy juss now reaping; some have about finished; and many intend holding their wheat till the market rises, as tne present price (2/10 and 2/11 per bushel) canDOt pay them. A grand amateur concert will take place in the Town Hall next Wednesday; and 1 think, from the very attractive programme, that an agreeable ev. ning may be spent. M^tesrg. Adainson Brothers' patent reaping and dressing machines have proved a grea*: success op here. . Some talk is about that one of our country gentlemen went to Adelaide to declare .himself, ineclvebtbvit I don't think there is any foun-; danc^ for the rumour. V [From a Oorre.-pondent.J ; Auburn, January 4,1867. On January 1st the Auburn Young Men's Mutual Improvement Society entertained h ; large number of its immediate friends,, in a manner- long to be remembered. Mr Wile's cornstore having been kindly lent for the occasion,'s...

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CORRESPONDENCE. MR. OLDHAM'S DEPARTURE. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 11 January 1867

CORRESPONDENCE. ME. OLDHAM'S DEPARTURE. TO THE EDITQB. Sir-I understand that Mr Oldham is about to leave Kapunda for good, and as he has been con nected with it for a great length of time, being one of the oldest residents, and during that resi dence has done much to promote the welfare of the place, I think it would be only just that he should be invited to a farewell gathering, where his friends might take leave of Mm, and band him some substantial token of the esteem in which he is held by those who have been acquainted witlx his labours for the general good. I find, Sir, that every one I speak to quite agrees that this should be done; but each individual seems to be waiting for his neighbour to take the initiative, bearing out the truth of the old motto, that 'What is everybody's business is" nobody's business.' As no oae else hasyetcome forward I, through your kindness, Mr Editor, will bp the first in the field, although. I am strongly averse to obtruding myself on public matte...

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PARLIAMENTARY. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 11 January 1867

PARLIAMENTARY. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. On Friday, a message was received from His Excellency, acknowledging the receipt of the address with respect' to the production <>f. the Boo-vhby despatches, aud agreeing thereto. The Waterworks Bill was read a second time, Captain Bagof,vMrJ3agotj and Mr Parkin oppo sing, ltbecause of no provision being made for laying down a second main, and also advocating that meters should be supplied and the quantity used charged f6r. The measure was then taken through Committee, and tbe report adopted; when-tiie Standing Orders having been sus pended for that purpose-the Commissioner of Public Works moved the third reading of the Bill, to which Captain Bagot moved an amend ment, viz., that it be read that day six months. On a division, the votes for motion and amend ment were equal, and the President voting for the latter, the Bill was thrown out. The Dry Creek Loop line Bill was read a second time, and passed through Committee. The report hav...

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MISSIONARY CONTRIBUTIONS. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 11 January 1867

MISSIONARY CONTRIBUTIONS. TO THE EDITOR. Sir-I believe there is an Acfc in force pro hibiting begging in the public streets; if 'so, it is high time that its provisions were put in force, for just now our township is heing made the scene of a continuous stream of mendicity. One can hardly venture out-into the streets, without being accosted by not one but a dozen juvenile collectors, each of whom considers himself ill used if his request for a contribution towards the support of some missionary enterprise is not satbfied. Many people givesomething as a kind of black mail, to get rid of the annoyance, but one's purse would need to be well stocked, and one's patience as great as that of a patriarch of old, to be able with equanimity and assent to reply to all these demands. Do not for one moment, Sir Editor, suppose that I object to the work for which these contri butions are sought-it is a glorious one-buv- I do strongly object to the method in which these funds are being raised, and...

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STOCKPORT. TUESDAY, JANUARY 8. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 11 January 1867

STOCKPOBT. TUESDAY, JANUARY 8- 1 , Present-The Chairman and all the members. Eesolved, that the Treasurer of the late Trustees of the Stockport School be applied to for any- balance he may hold. Resolved, that all ratepayers in arrears be re quired to rpay their rates within the present month. Hours of stubble burning determined to be from I p.m. to 6 p.tn., from and after the 31st of January, 1867* Messrs. Bright, Everard, Hallett, and Kelly to be nominated as Road Commissioners for the ensuing year"

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 11 January 1867

Hottowatfs Pills.-The Grand Re-1 quisites.-Nobody will deny the assertion that for man's comfort and happiness pure blood and a sound stomach rank among the first require ments. Both may be safely and inexpensively secured by these admirable Pills; which act gently on the weakest frames, and cause no violent shock to the most sensitive system. Hollo way's Pills have proved themselves com petent to deal constitutionally with those infirmities which descend from parent^ to offspring, which often mar the brightest prospects and throw a constant gloom over yontb. These PHls purify both the solids and the fluids of the body, and by that salutary process rouse every organ to perform naturally its proper function, and strengthen every nerve for its proper duty. -Advt. A. >» Jh. u J.\ \ji . DO you sutler from physical incapacity? Are you suffering from nervous debility? Have you been the guilty victim of any secret vice? Do yon suffer from a set of symptoms nearly akin m'.re or less to t...

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STREET WATERING. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 11 January 1867

STBEET WATERING. TO THE EDITOR. Sir-Now that the dusty season has set in, I would recommend the Council to take into consideration the propriety of employing water carts to settle the dust in the Main-street two or three times a day. It may be ol'jected that this would be unfair to the bulk of the rate payers ; but, Sir. X wotild point out that by far the larger proportion of rates is collected in the Main-street, and that there has not been, nor is there likely to be, much work done in that thoroughfare by means of strictly Corporation funds. Trup, we have had a good road made, and that not before it was wanted; but the funds for that purpose came out' of the special grant of XI,000 10 put the main roads in repair on handing them over to the C-orporatio'n. If .the Council will not do this, it would he better for . the tradesmen themselves to make a special effort, as the value of goods epo'Ied by the dust would certainly more than suffice to somewhat abate that nuisance. I am, Sic,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 11 January 1867

SALE OF HORSES. AT CEASE'S YARDS, KAPUNDA. ... ©^SATURDAY, JANUARY 12. JAMES WHITE has received instruc tions to Bell by auction, as above, at half past one o'clock, about - 20 Head Good Useful DRAUGHT HORSE?, Broken and Unbroken. Amongst the above Mob are four really good Heavy Draught Colts, unbroken. Terms-Approved Bills at Three Months, for sums over JE20. 115-6 CHI MONDAY AND TUESDAY^ JANUARY 14 AND 15, 1867. TAMES WHITE is instructed by Mr. G-. M. Allen to sell by auction, at the .RAILWAY HOTEL, KAPUNDA, on Monday and Tuesday. January 14 and 15 The entire FURNITURE and STOCK of the RAILWAY HOTEL. All the HOUSEHOLD MTiiNITUHE, quite new, including- - - . Cedar Tables, Chairs, and Sofas Iron. Bedsteads, Bedding, and all the re quirement# of a First-class Hotel. » ' ALSO, . New Sixty-Gruiuea Piano Full-sized Billiard Table, complete Bagatelle TaSle, and GhandeJieTS All the Bar Fittings, Counter, Five-pull Beer-Engine, Mirrors, Kegs, Shelving Kitchen Range, with Stove and. Boilers...

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