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LATE TELEGRAMS, LONDON, June 7. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 11 June 1878
I.ATE TELEGRAMS, LONDON, June 7 i The result of tbe race for the Oaks was as ' follow s:— | Jannctte ... ... ... 1 Pilgrimage ... ... ... 2 Clementine ... ... ... 3 A colliery explosion has occurred at War- ; ; rington, causing tbe death of 235 persons. j The Continental newspapers felicitate Earl j Beneonsfield on the holding of the European | j Congress, which flier chamctcrise a triumph j f of diplomacy- France has agreed to lake j part in tlie Congress conditionally on the j | questions discussed not including the affairs i I? of Egypt, the Lebanon, and the Holy places, j Melbourne, June 8. f The candidate? for South Gippsland are j I Mr. McLellan, formerly member for Ararat f | and Minister of Mines ; Mr. Mason, and Mr. j, ; Gaunson, the defeated Casrtleiiiaiiie candidate, f The export duty on wattle bark comes into j operation on July 1. ; Kilner'e piano factoiy at Richmond was ! . destroyed by a fire this morning. ;• The subscriptions for the testimonial to ; - young Pearce, ...
MEETING AT MAR[?]ABEL. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 11 June 1878
Meeting at Mabbabei. A fairly-attended meeting was held. at Fuller's Hotel, on Thureday.evening, presided oyer by Mr. A. Steif, who bespoke a fair heat ing for the candidates. Mr. Tenn&nt first addressed the electors in a very brief speech m %hick lie referred to railways (in respect to which amongst other things he said he would not support the Mount Lofty line this session), taxation, and the rabbit nuisance. Mr. Moody remarked that he had lived in the district upwards of twenty-one years, and that he only came forward because he was greatly pressed. He only consented to stand on condition that Mr.'jUock did not, and at the time he said that he believed Mr. ifock would stand. He then referred to the reform of the Legislative Council and the Land Act. He should oppose the forty-two years' tenure to squatters; he would rather grant a fixed tenure of twenty-one years. He also reviewed the Outer Harbor question, influx of Chinese, the Education question, law reform, railways, ...
OUR CITY LETTER. [From our own Correspondent.] Adelaide, June 10, 1878. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 11 June 1878
OUR CITY LETTER. fFrom our own CoiTespondeiit.j Adelaide, June 10, 1878. We hare experienced a disappointmont this morning. The telegraph operator at Cape Borda wired to Adelaide that a large Teasel supposed to be the steamer Cuzco passed Cape Borda at twenty minutes before 2 o'clock this morning during squalls of rai -and thick misty weather. No signal appeared at the West-terrace flagstaff as was expected, and as two large vessels from London, the 1 Argonaut and the Beltana, came in during the day it was supposed that one of them was mistaken for the Cuzco, which is now six . dsjg overdue. A shocking accident occurred at Edithburgh j •n Friday, by whieh a young man, George i Bramfield Koberte, lost his life. He was out j shooting with some friends, who had a j kuggJ with them, and one named Foster, in getting into the trap with his gun in his hand at half cock, accidentally slipped, and the gun striking the trap exploded lodging the eon teats in the breast of poor RobertB who was ...
TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 11 June 1878
TO THE EDITOB. Sir—On belialf of the residents of Greenock I wish to say a few words in support of the character which has so long been awarded them on account of the respectful manner in which they have conducted themselves at the -various meetings (political and otherwise) ^which have been held in this township. Well, Sir, I am very sorry that at tbe political meeting held in this township on Friday night the character I have before spoken of has -been disgraced to a certain extent—not, I am happy to say, by the residents of Greenock, but by the aristocrats (if I can with propriety term them such) of Kapunda. The conduct exhibited on that occasion by our present members of Parliament descended to the level of that of the veriest ragamuffins. I will not detail the many disgraceful acts of ■fee evening, but regret sincerely that we are not represented by men of a more exalted turn of mind—by men with whom we can associate to forward the interests of our adopted country without havin...
CORRESPONDENCE. THE INSPECTOR. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 11 June 1878
CORRESPONDENCE. tit most be -understood that wo do not necessarily endorse the opinions of Correspondents under this ieadin?. THE INSPECTOR. : TO THE EDITOR. Sir—Allow me space in your columns. Having read the Herald of June 4, and find ing therein a letter written by a ratepayer concerning Inspector Wheare with regard to electioneering, and calling upon the Council to see into it, but ft eeems they have not as yet done so. It seemB to me that the Inspec tor is getting above his business and allowed by ths Council to do as he likes. I "would ask, Mr. Editor, who is paid for the Inspector ship. I thought he -was well paid for doing Ms work, but it seems not whilst electioneer ing is going on. If our Inspector is above doing his duty, he should at once resign, and it would enable as to get a man that would do his duty properly for half the money. I would ask the ratepayers to look into this, riand call an indignation meeting and throw a vote of no-confidence on the Councillors who are...
MEETING AT GREENOCK. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 11 June 1878
Meeting at Geeekock. On Friday evening a large meeting of elec tors was held at Sehluter's Hotel, Mr. James Hennessy being voted to the chair. At the request of the meeting Mr. Sobels acted as interpreter. The Chairman briefly introduced the candidates. Mr. D. Moody, who was well received, said he labored under the disadvantage of not being well, and he would ask them to excuse "hie necessarily brief speech. He then proceeded as at previous meetings, to review the landing topics of the day—reform of Legislative Council, the working of the Land Act (which I had the effect of putting too much of the land in the hands of speculators), tenure of leases, harbor accommodation, immigration, law reform, taxation, railway extension, Victor Harbor scheme, compulsory rabbit de struceion, and education—free and compul sory. If returned he did not expect to take a distinguished place in the House, but he would work well and earnestly, and doubted not he would make his influence felt inside the H...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 11 June 1878
Holloivay's JPilh.—Sudden changes, frequent fogs, and prevailing dampness sorely impede the vital functions and conduce to ill healtli. The remedy for such disorders lie in , some purifying medicine, lite these Pills, •which is 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 chosfcs 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, and beneficient progress, and sound health "will soon be re-es tablished.—Advt. DURYEAS' 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, a...
THE ELECTION FOR LIGHT. THE NOMINATION. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 11 June 1878
THE ELECTION FOR LIGHT. ^ TTTR nomination. . The nomination for the vacant seat in the Assembly took place at the Court House, at noon on Saturday last, in the presence of a large number of electors. The Beturning Officer (Mr. Variey, S.M.) said he had received a writ from, the Speaker, dafed Jane 1, in reference to the vacancy caused by the resignation of Mr. P. S. Carroll —in which. Saturday, the 8th, was fixed as /She day of nomination, and Wednesday the 12th, as the day of Election—the writ being .returnable on the 13th. He then proceeded to read the nominations, which were as follows:— Mr. Davtd Moody, farmer, of near Hans borough, proposed by Messrs. D. Nock J.P., and J. P. Moyle, J.P., and 32 others ; also ' three seconders. Mr. Andrew Tennant, of Glenelg, gentle man, proposed by Messrs. John Small," W. Gt. Goodchild, and 28 others, and seconded by two electors. , The Returning Officer stated that seconders were not required, but they did no harm. Both the candidates, had sig...
METTING AT FREELING. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 11 June 1878
Meeting- at Fbeeling. A meeting of the electors was held at the Railway Hotel, Freeling, at noon on Friday, the chair being taken by Mr. Ford. The Chairman, after a few preliminary re . marks, called on the candidates to address the meeting. Mr. A. Tennant, in his opening remarks, said he was largely interested in agriculture, mining, shipping, and pastoral pursuits, and therefore his interests were identical with theirs. He hoped all the electors would come 1 to the poll and rote for whom they believed to be best. He then spoke in favor of more schools in Areas, and that more dependence Bhould be placed in Local Boards, with periodical visits from Inspectors. He next recapitulated his views on immigration, equali zation of taxation—not by a property tax, but on income—he was prepared to pay the tax on a large income ; he also advocated law reform, railway extension in the agricul tural country—he did not believe in the rail way to the Gums, which should not have gone farther than t...
IMPOUNDING NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 11 June 1878
IMPOUNDING NOTICES. DALKEY, Section 145 (nearest Post-Office, Balaklava), Thomas Dal ton, Poundkeeper.— One brindle and white heifer, ear-marked in off ear; one yellow and white heifer, ear marked in near ear, if branded not risible, very wild, about two years old. Will be sold June 17, noon. HANSBOROUQ-H (nearest Post Office, Hansborough), Thomas Stodhart, Pound keeper.—One black or brown horse, aged, branded like HW near shoulder. Will be Gold June 17, at noon. YARCO YVIE (nearest Post Office, Yar cowie), David Down, Poundkeeper. — One chesnut horse, back, star, two white hind feet, branded like =-i near shoulder. Will be sold June 24, at noon. W1RRABARRA, J. F. Matthews, Pound keeper.—One strawberry steer, branded like S.C. near back j one red heifer, branded like H near and H off rump, piece off off ear; one red poly cow, branded like H near H off rump ; one dark red cow, branded H near H off rump, piece off both ears ; one red and white cow, branded like H near H off rump ; one...
MONTHLY CALENDAR—JUNE. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 14 June 1878
MONTHLY CALENDAR—JUNE. Strar. Moon. Day of Month and Week. Rise6. Sets. Bases. Sets. A.M. P.M. A.M. P.M. Saturday 1 7 4 4 50 7 10 4 42 Sunday 2 7 4 4 50 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 19 9 19 Thursday. 6 7 6 4 49 10 51 10 29 Friday 7 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 i4 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...
A SOLDIER'S VOYAGETO INDIA DURING THE MUTINY. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 14 June 1878
A SOLDI EE'S VOYAGETO INDIA DURDfGr THE MUTINY. At. the beginning of the Indian mutiny the numerical strength of the British army in India was very small. The consequence ■jvas that large bounties were offered to induce recruits to join the army at home, and thou sands responded to the call. The recruits were hurried away half-drilled, to join their respective regiments in India which were de cimated by the Sepoy hordes under Nana Sahib, but worse than that by sunstroke, lieat, apoplexy, and brain fever, for forced inarches in the day-time with the thermometer pt 150° Fahrenheit killei far more than the Sepoys, and every eneamping-ground in Bengal has a stone or board recording many deaths which occurred there not eausedby ball or bayonet I filiated in October, 1857, and was drilled for about three months at Chatham—morn, noon, and eve—and then with my dep6t was sent to Walmer; but a few days after a draft was ordered to join the regiment, and I formed one of them- I well remember t...
GAWLER. [From our own Correspondent.] June 10, 1878. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 14 June 1878
GAWLEB. PTrom our own Correspondent.] .Tune 10. 1878. After the long spell of fine weather we hare been favored with a splendid fall of rain. It been showery during the week, but yesterday it commenced in real earnest, and poured from about 7 o'cloak a.m. till past mid day, and from appearances it seemed to be general. We had a visit from jour footballers on Saturday; the GawlerClub were, however, too good for them, scoring eight goals to nil. I have seen Kapunda very much better repre sented. Davies and Lewis played here for two sights, Friday and Saturday, to very poor houses—-the reverse of what they deserved. We have had a case of forgery here this week. A young girl, named Page, forged the Damp of the ln»l mistress of the public school, Miss Johnson, for £2 10s. She was committed for trial at the next Supreme Sittings, Our worthy and respected townsman, Mr. James Dawson, intends taking a trip to the old country shortly. I am sure he will have the best wishes of the townspeople ...
DUTTON TOWN. [From our own Correspondent.] June 8, 1878. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 14 June 1878
DUTTOjNT TOWN. P?iom our own Correspondent.] June 8, 1878. The continued dry weather was causing the grass to assume a yellow tinge, but on Thurs day night the welcome rain putin appearance, and since then we hare had some splendid showers which will be especially beneficial to the late gown wheat. On Friday evening a building occupied by our shoemaker, Mr. Zinkler, as a workshop, was partially destroyed by fire.- By some ■mfwriR the roof, which id composed of straw, became ignited and was soon in a strong blaze. An. alarm was given, and Mr. Zinkler, who had been away for a short time, succeeded in removing his stock and tools just as the fire got through the roof. A number of willing hands 600-3 collected and after about an hour's bard work the fire was got under. There does not seem to be much interest evinced in the forthcoming election about here, and unless the candidates show some activity in stirring up the electors, I am afraid there will not be many votes recorded here.
WOODCHESTER. [From our own Correspondent.] June 7, 1878. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 14 June 1878
WOODCHESTER. [From our own Correspondent.] I June 7,1878. i Since I last wrote to you we have had some very diy weather liere — so] much so that many farmers had to leave off ploughing, whilst others had to change from the double furrow to the single-furrow plough. But during the last few days we have had a nice fall of rain, which will do a great deal of good to the seed already sown. The farmers here expect to complete seeding operations next week. We have had two or three severe frosts lately
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 14 June 1878
A soldier is not liable to be arrested or sum moned for any debt under £30. TJie three Degrees iu Medical Treatment— Positive, ill; comparative, pill; superlative, biU. Eollowaifs Pills. — Sudden changes, frequent fogs, and prevailing dampness sorely impede the vital functions and conduce vu iii healtli. Tlii1 remedy for suck disorders lie in .some purifvhi^ medicine, like these tJii!s, which is competent to grapple successfully with the mischief at its source, and stamp it out with out fretting the nerves or -veekcniiig the sys tem. llollc.vay's Fills extract from. the blood all noxious matter, regulate tlie action of every disordered organ, stimulate tlie liver and kid neys, and relax the bowels. In curing chosts complaints these lJilis a:e remarkably effective, especially when aided by a free local applica tion of the Ointment. This double treatment Trill ensure a certain, steady, and beneiieient progress, and sound health will soon be re-es tablished.—Advt.
LISTON, SHAKES, & CO.'S AUCTION SALES REPORTS. KAPUNDA MONTHLY SALE, Tuesday, May 28. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 14 June 1878
Liston, Shakes, & Co.'s Attction Sai.es Reports. K&punda. SIosttkly Sale, Tuesday*Slay 28, I There was a fair attendance at this month's sale, and a very full catalogue of stock, especially sheep, most of which were of an inferior quality. Sale commenced with Pigs, of •which there were about 150 (pll stores) in the styes. We sold about 100 at from 5/3 to 39/ each. Sheep—7,820 were yarded. We sold as follows:—350 fat wethers, from Paratoo, at 13/2; 100 do. do., at 12/10; 250 do. do., at 12/9; 200 do. do., at 12/6; 1£0 do. do., at 12/2. On other accounts—402 small fat wethers, at 11/; 143 ewes, in Iamb, at 7/11; 345 store ewes, small, at 6/3; 1,000 South-East ewes, very poor and small,full-mouthed, at 4/10 ; 1,593 do. do. do., at 4/9; 560 do. culls, very poor and broken-mouthed, at 1/ each; 697 small South-East wethers, poor, at 5/ ; and a line of 2,009 store ewes and wethers were offered but passed at 8/9. Cattle—143 were penned, hat were mostly culls from town lots. ...
DISTRICT COUNCILS. LIGHT. SATURDAY, JUNE 1. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 14 June 1878
DISTRICT COUNCILS. LIGHT. Satpedat, Juse 1. Present—All. Work let b_v All-. Lainfcoll nem- Ghiuiuii's plac was approved. Ballot taken—Mr. Flugge retires by lot, and Messrs. G-raefe and Laiutoll by rotation. Arrange ments were made for th:» foi'tliooming election of Councillors and Auditors. Tender accepted No. 2G3, W. Haines, £26. Road along eastern side of Section 183 to be closed.
COLES & GOODCHILD'S MONTHLY MARKE REPORTS. KOORINGA, Monday, June 3, 1878. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 14 June 1878
Coles & Goodchild's Moxthxy Marks Reports. Kooeinga, Monday, June 3,1878. We yarded a large quantity of both sheep and cattle. The dry weather not having at this time broken un, buyers were not willing to lay in heavy supplies, nevertheless, cattle sold extremely well, and we cleared oat every line but one. The sheep market was dull; but we succeeded in getting oil nearly all the lots. Our sales were—Sheep.—Prom Paratoo Station, 1,519 good wethers, at 12/6; for Mx. F. G. Austin, 1,502 small, fairly-conditioned wethers, 530, at 9/9i, 1,002, at 9/8; for Mr. H. J. Biggs, 474 wethers, at 11/6; and for Mr. Thos. James, 998 store wethers, at 9/3. Total sold, 4,493. Cattle—A lot of 57 very prime bullocks, for Mr. G-. C. Hawker, brought £12 14/. For Mir. F. J. Frost, from Eroding, 3 bullocks, at £13; 8 do., at £1117/6 ; 12 do. (small), at £810/ ,* 7 heifers, at £7 6/; 13 steers, at £812/6 ; 12 bullocks, at £9 5/; 13 cows, at £9 1/; 8 do., at £8. For Messrs. Hay & Newlaad, 29...