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HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 9 August 1867

HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY. On Friday a number of questions were put and answered; and amongst other questions, those cf Mr Ncales relative to new Mineral Leases Bill and regulations were answered to the effect that ere long the Bill would be laid before the House, and that the new regulations would be appended thereto. Additional polling places at Callington and Port Wakefield were ordered. The adjourned debate on Mr Carr's motion to amend Sutherland's Act was resumed, Mr Carr making a lengthy speech in reply to those members who had spoken. During the course of the debate, Mr Boucaut had moved as an amendment that the Act be repealed. Both motion and amendment were lost, the former by a majority of thirteen and the latter by a majority of seventeen. Mr Coglin's amended motion for a grant of .£500 for the erection of a police station at Greenock was discussed, and negatived by a majority of eleven. Oq Wednesday, some discussion took place with reference to the Government action relative to ...

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PARLIAMENTARY. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 9 August 1867

PAKLIAMENTAR ¥. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. On Wednesday, the Hon. T. English presented a petition from 1,022 residents of Yorke's Peninsula, praying for the construction of a railway from Clare to Kadina. In reply to Mr Barrow, the Chief Secretary stated that the Third Judge had not been ap pointed. The Chief Secretary laid on the table a copy of the minutes and proceedings of the Executive Council relative to the amoral of Mr Justice Boothby from office. In reply to Mr Barrow as to whether the work men employed under Bosweli's contract at the reservoir had received the sums due to them at the time of that insolvency, the Chief Secretary stated that the Government had been informed that the workmen had not received the sums due to them, and that legal .proceedings were pending between the Official Assignee and Mr S. Boord, involving a claim to the balance of the money due from Government to the contractor. In answer to Mr Baker, the Chief Secretary stated the Government did not intend to ...

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DISTRICT COUNCILS. KAPUNDA. MONDAY, AUGUST 5. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 9 August 1867

DISTRICT COUNCILS. KAPUNDA. MONDAY, AUGUST 5. Present-Councillors Daell (Chairman), White Windebank, Richards, and Moody. Minutes of previous meeting read and con firmed. Resolved, that the deviations of all roads be considered by the incoming Council. Fourteen tenders, ranging from £70 to £250 per annum, were received for the Clerkship-Mr Louis Ley's, for j£100 per annum, being accepted. Three tenders, ranging from £9 10/ to £13 10/, were received for Boss's Creek crossing-Mr Hugh Bawden's, for £9 10/, accepted. Two tenders were received for the work at Packer's corner, on Anlaby road-Jas. Gregor's, for £5, accepted. Four tenders were received for work at Allen's Creek-John Daly's, for £5 5/, accepted. Clerk instructed to call for tenders for work to be done on roads near Mr A. White's. Clerk to examine and report on several roads. Clerk to have placards printed for the nomi nation of candidates for fresh Councillors. Payments, £47 10/; receipts, nil

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KAPUNDA PLOUGHING MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 9 August 1867

KAPUNDA PLOUGHING MATCH. i i^1l^apmida,aSd Agricultural Society held their annusQ Ploughing Match and Show of btock yesterday, in a paddock belonging to Mr. James Mclnerheny, at Allen's Creek. The day "was beautifully fine, and the ploughmen mustered strong-there being six competitors in the Cham pion's Class, eleven in the Men's Class, and two m the Boys' Class. The land itself, which had laid tallow for three years, "would have been as good as could have been desired had it been dry, but some of it was rather wet and boggy, thereby pre venting any very fine work being turned out. A good deal of time was lost in effecting a start, owing to some misapprehension as to whether the land selected was to the left or right of the pegs ; however, this being settled, the men went to work with a good will, to make up for the lost time. The rules read before the start, Btated that eighty rods were to be ploughed in one land and two half lands, an equal number of furrows on each half land, ind...

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THE KAPUNDA HERALD. Friday, August 9th, 1867. THE PREVALENT DISTRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 9 August 1867

THE KAPUNDA HERALD. Friday, August 9th, 1867. THE PREVALENT DISTRESS. Far be it from us to deprecate the well meant efforts by public meeting and other wise to obtain subscriptions for the sufferers by the floods in Queensland, for we hold it to be the duty of humanity to aid suffer mg- humanity wherever i^ may be found; 1 and have therefore felt glad to hear that though no very large amount has been collected for the purpose named, still that the appeal to public generosity has not been made entirely in vain. But, at the same time, we fully agree with the old proverb that " Charity should begin at homethough as a rule proverb and practice are at utter variance-no mission being so well supported as that for foreign heathen, whilst the heathen at our own doors'are left almost unthought of; dis tress in Lancashire is told of, and a noble response is made, whilst distress here is unrecognized; and in almost every de partment of life this rule appears to pre j vail, as though distance i...

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RHYNIE. Thursday, August 8, 1867. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 9 August 1867

RHYNIE. fFrom our own Correspondent.! Thursday, August 8, 1867. There was a meeting held at the Springs Hotel on Monday last, presided over by Mr A. King, J.P., and attended by several influential gentleman from Auburn, to take into considera tion the best route for the proposed branch railway from Forrester's through Rhynie to Auburn, when a Committee was formed to meet the Government Engineer, (Mr Hamilton) to take a survey of the neighbourhood to see which would be the best direction; there is no donbt if a railway was made it would be a great benefit to this part. I quite agree with your Clare correspondent that the Clare people should pull with us and have it brought there if possible. The election for the Legislative Council on Tuesday last passed oS very quietly, with the exception of a few drunken frolicks. On Wednesday Messrs. Nichols, Ryan, Bentley and Kewson, went for a trip to examine the country around in order to point out to the Surveyor when he comes, the best route ...

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MISCELLANEA. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 9 August 1867

MISCELLANE1. A GIPSY ENCAMPMENT.-The en campment of gipsies on Park Hills, has, during: the whole week, attracted large crowds, who are evidently much interested at the manner in which this nomadic race live. They number from thirty to forty men, women,, and children, and manage to lead, in six or seven waggon-tents, a very comfortable life. It is so to them what ever it may appear to town-dwellers, and they assure us they would not give up their wandering out-door habits to settle down in towns. They have their own custom?, and whatever other people may think of them, they believe that they are very G.leanly in their habits. For instance, they never wash their body linen and table linen in the same tub, nor will they allow any animal, such as a dog, to eat off the same plate as they have been taking food from, which is a very, common practice among many, of the humbler classes. '.Some of the women are far from deficient in the matter of personal attractions, and though-we need scar...

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ARRIVAL OF THE ENGLISH MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 9 August 1867

" AMfyliOF THE ENGLISH MAIL. ^einsneli mail 6teamer Eangatira arrived at Glcnelg yesterday evening, bringing English papers to June 26, and telegrams to July 13. The fallowing items of intelligence are collated frbm theliome papers add the late telegrams in the Adelaide papers The Queen was at Windsor when the mail left. The Princess of Wales had so far recovered as to "be able, on. July 8, to appear in public again. Prince Alfred sailed from Gibraltar, in the Galatea, on the 11th of June. He was to visit Maclaria, the Cape, and probably Mauritius on his way to Australia. -Ik is said that the Earl of Belmore is to succeed Sir John. Young as Governor - of New South Wales. The "Viceroy of Egypt was in England, and had "been entertained by Her Majesty at Windsor, by lord Derby, and by the Lord Mayor of London. Telegraphic despatches announce the arrival ? in England of the Sultan of Turkey, who had ac cepted the invitation to become the guest of Her Majesty %. and great preparations ha...

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SHEAOAK LOG. August 7, 1867. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 9 August 1867

8HEA0AK LOG ["From our own Correspondent, j August 7, 1867. I Agriculture has been almost at a stand-still, i the farmers having taken a rest from their past labours; but they have now commenced again and are busy fallowing. Daring the past three weeks the Wesleyans of Gawler have been holding special revival services, which have been attended with good results. We have had three weeks' services in our chapel, which have, I believe, resulted in very many receiving good. Last night (Tuesday) the Rev. Mr Lloyd, of Gawler, delivered a lecture in our chapel to a large and attentive audience on the " Rise and Progress of Wesleyanism in Cornwall." He treated the subject in a masterly manner, and although professing not be a lecturer, we were much pleased with the manner in which he treated the subject. He divided his lecture into three parts, speaking of Cornwall in its geogra phical, moral, and religious aspects, each being thoroughly gone into. Before closing he gave some very interesti...

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ORIGINAL POETRY. WHERE I WOULD BE BURIED. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 9 August 1867

ORIGINAL POETRY. WHERE I WOULD BE BURIED. Ob! bury me in some far distant spot, Where sounds of the pleasures of earth come not; Far away from the din of this world's life, Erom its sorrows, passions, and angry Btrife. Oh! bury me in some valley green, Where wild flowers .OH my grave may be seen, Flinging their fragrance on the poft breeze Where the birds sing perched in tali gum trees; Where swelleth the music of bubbling rills, Trickling adown the tree-crowned hills; Where the setting sun casts a golden sheen, O'er all the valley so calm and serene. Yes! bury me there, 'neath some gum tree tall, Where its pink flowers on my grave may fall; Let the wind that moans through the sheaoak tree Be the only requiem sung for me! -Mimmib. Strathalbyn, June, 1867.

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CORRESPONDENCE. FIRST WHEAT SOWN IN THE COLONY. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 9 August 1867

CORRESPONDENCE. FIRST WHEAT SOWN IN THE COLONY. TO THE EDITOR. Sir-At the political meeting held at Crase's Room on Thursday last, Mr Henry Wheare stated that Mr W. Rounsevell was the first person to sow wheat in South Australia. Will Mr Wheare, or Mr Rounsevell, pleaae state through your journal when and where that wheat was sown, also the quantity, and where he procured the seed, and any other information connected frith this matter likely to he interesting. I am, Sir. &c^ ENQUIRER.

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AUBURN. August 7, 1867. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 9 August 1867

AUBURN. {"From a Correspondent.] August 7, 1867. I The half-yearly business meeting in connec tion with the Auburn Mutual Improvement Society took place on Thursday, 1st instant. The attendance was very good. Mr J. H. Adamson, President of the Society, occupied the chair. After the meeting had been opened witU prayer, aad after the preliminary busiuess had been transacted, the Chairman called on the Secretary (Mr J. Malcolm) to read the report and balance-sheet for the past half-year. The report showed the Society to be in a healthy state; that during the paBt six months sixteen meetings had been held, the average attendance being twelve ; the total number of members at present on the roll is twenty-five, being six less than at the commencement! of the half-year. The Secretary attributed the decrease °to the various Young Men'siSocieties that have been established in the surrounding districts. One or two whose names had been struck off the roll had left the township. The three month...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 9 August 1867

* All rights of reptiblicatipii are reserved. Hottoway's Pills.-The Great Need. The blood is.the life, and on its purity depends our health, if not our existence. These Pills thoroughly cleanse this vital fluid from all con taminations, and by that power strengthen and invigorate the whole system,* healthily stimulate sluggish organs, repress over-excited actioa, and establish order of circulation and secretion throughout every part of the body. The balsamic nature of Holloway's Pills commend them to the favour of debilitated and nervous constitutions, ?which they soon resuscitate. They dislodge all obstructions, both in the bowels and elswhere, and are, on that account, much sought after for promoting regularity of actioa in young females and delicate persons, who are naturally weak, or who from Borne cauBe have become BO.-Advt. a. WAKM1JS6. DO you sufter from physical incapacity? Are you sufferii g from nervous debility? Have you been the guilty vie *tim of any secret vice ? Do yo...

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THE DISTRICT CLERK. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 9 August 1867

THE DISTRICT CLERK. TO THE EDITOR. Sir-Is it really true, as I have heard reported, that at the last meeting of the Kapunda District Council, the outgoing Councillors proceeded to elect a District Clerk ? Surely the good taste of the present Councillors should have suggested to tbem the propriety of leaving to the incoming Councillors the appointment of their own officers. Independent of the uucourteous nature of the proceeding, It appears to me that the course pur sued by the Council is illegal, inasmuch as after the division of the District into Wards the old Council merely holds office until the election of their successor?, and for the purpose of making ' the necessary arrangements for such elections, j Another thought which suggests itself is, that ! unless there was some substantial difference be tween the late Clerk's tender and that accepted, be should have been retained, as on him has de- ! volved all the extra and uphill work consequent on getting a newly formed Council in...

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HAMILTON. Wednesday, August 7, 1897. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 9 August 1867

HAMILTON. fFrom our own Correspondent.! Wednesday, August 7, 1897. I Ths election has passed off very quietly here, and although more interest was evinced than is usually the case as regards the Legislative Council, etill the apathy displayed by the majority of the electors was astonishing con sidering the importance of the many questions which are now engaging public attention. The total number of votes recorded being only fifteen. The supporters of some of the candidates exerted themselves with great zeal, particularly those gentlemen who formed themselves into a Local Committee to ensure the return of Mr J. Crozier who left nothing undone that could contribute to Ms success. The first of a series of Sixpenny Headings iB to take place on Wednesday next the 14th instant, when it is to be hoped, the support ac corded will be such as will ensure success for so desirable an object. The farmers are now wishing for some warm sunny weather, the wet and cold hive continued so long as to b...

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GOLDEN GIFTS. CHAPTER XL WINNIE'S FLIGHT. "When the world is dark to thee, Then take to the light of home." [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 9 August 1867

GOIiDEN GIFTS. O : : BY THE AUTHOR OP " AT ART ATT" ^VERMONT VALE;" ETC., ETC. CHAPTER XL* WINS'IE'S PIiI gut. " When the world is dark to thee, Then take to the light x>f homei" " I wonder what are my, 'goldengiffcs1-or i£,indeed,Ihave any at all," sadly exclaimed Wiimifred Aland to herself one lovely evening, as seated alone at the window of herlittle chamber that looked over the fruit garden at the baek of the house, and faced the bush, she endeavoured vainly to fix her attention on an exercise her cousin "William had given her to write, and of which scarcely a dozen lines had been written. "Had she bat known, it, the quiet of that little room, the window peep it revealed, were in themselves ' golden gifts,' attained but by few-and in her case unappreciated, or nearly so. She sat now, with arms leaning upon the table before the window, looking out, but with thoughts, and eyes too for that matter, turning inward-for certainly little of the scene that lay before them were they l...

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KOORINGA. August 7th, 1867. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 9 August 1867

KOORINGA. ("From our own Correspondent.! August 7th, 1867. I The principal topic which engrossed public attention has been electoral matters. Yesterday was really a grand field day for politicians, any amount of hard fighting for the various candi dates who were desirous of serving their coun try, and reaping a reward by a seat in the Upper House. Crozier was decidedly the favourite, and out of the 10S votes recorded, it is firmly believed that 100 were given to Crozier. Morgan and Solomon, with Eounaevell and Verco found supporters, but the two last names on the nomi nation paper were not mentioned at all.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 9 August 1867

SALE OP CROWN LANDS. THURSDAY, SEPrEMBBR 5, 1867. Crown Lands Office, Adelaide, July 24, 1867; NOTICE is hereby given that the following portions of Crown Lands will be offered for sale by public auction, at the Land Office, Adelaide, on Thursday, the fifth day of Sep tember, 1867, at eleven of the clock in the forenoon, at the upset price affixed to each lot respectively, on the terms and conditions and under the provisions of an Act of the Parliament of South Australia, passed in the twenty-first year of Her Majesty's reign, intituled An Act for regulating the sale and other disposal of Waste Lands belonging to the Crown in South Australia." Deposit, twenty per cent. LAV. GLYDE, Commissioner of Crown Lands and Immigration. COUNTRY SECTIONS.-Upset price, £1 per acre. County Light-South-east of Bagofs Gap, in the Bouth-west corner of the Hundred, adjoining the Belvidere Trigonometrical Station, Hun dred of Belvidere. Lot. Sec. Acres. Lot. Sec. Acres. 2253 590 65 | 2254 591 56 "ClOR ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 16 August 1867

j Hottowmfs Ointment and PilU. ; Unparalleled Popularity.-The wonderful cures ! effected by these unequalled remedies in all parts of the world -have won for them their present I favour. Both Pills and Ointment are composed of ingredients which purify at the same time that they strengthen. No one can deny that | health depends Upon pure blood and the natural action of the animal organs. Both objects are effected without risk or danger by Holloway's medicaments, which are as innocent as they are j potent. Internal disorders and external blemishes ! succumb to their power. These remedies, so ap plicable for the relief of the commonest com plaints, and are no less adequate to deal safely with the most formidable and dangerous diseases | which can afflict mankind.-Advt. A VVAKNiJSG. DO you suffer from physical incapacity 1 Are you sufferii gfrom nervous debility? Have you been the guilty victim of any secret vice ? Do you suffer from a set of symptoms nearly akin more or less to the fol...

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UNSATISFIED JUDGMENTS. BAKER AND ROSS V. STEVENS. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 16 August 1867

UNSATISFIED JUDGMENTS. BAKER AND BOSS Y. STEVENS. Judgment debt of £6 4s. 3d. Mr Benham for plaintiff. On July 15 Stevens had been ordered to pay £2 in a week and 20/ per week after, but he not made any payment. Mr Baker was examined, and deposed that he bad not received any payment from defendant. Henry Stevens was examined, and said he had since the last trial had but ten days' work at 9/ per day could pay £2^ and that was all he could pay, as he was still in debt for his board, &c.; : had nothing coining to him from his former contracts. 'The defendant then paid in £2, and costs were ordered to be borne by him. POLICE CASE. Martin Kmnehan was remanded on the appli cation of Corporal O'Brien, on a cbarge of cattle stealing until Saturday next.

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