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NEW SOUTH WALES. Sydney, June 10. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 14 June 1878

3TEW SOUTH WALES. Sydney, Jane 10. Mr. Ores wick, the tragedian, was married j last "week to the widow of the late Dr. Belin- j fante. I The progress report of the Select Committee appointed to enquire into tlie treatment of prisoners at Berrima has been published. The witnesses recommend the use of the gag, which was abolished by the Colonial Secretary. Sydney, June II. In the case of the New Zealand Insurance Company v. the South Australian Insurance Company, for £1,500, the amount of an open policy of insurance on die ship Oceanue, the defendants pleaded that the policy was over due. A verdict was given for the plaintiffs for £1,540, wliich. was inclusive of interest.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 18 June 1878

MANY HAVE TRIED, All have Failed in producing an article equal to BICKFORD'S COUGH ELIXIR ! FOB THE CtTBB OP Coughs, Colds, and Asthma. Sold by every Storekeeper in the Colony, and Wholesale and Retail the Proprietors, 19, HINDLET-STREET, ADELAIDE. Herewith for your perusal is one of the many Testimonials we have received:— MESSRS. A. M. BICKFORD & SONS, HINDLEY-STREET, ADELAIDE. Gentlemen—Last February I called at . your establishment with my daughter, who had been suffering for some weeks with a lingering fever and severe cold, resulting in a racking cough that continued until I became quite alarmed through the weak state she was getting into. Tou highly recommend BICEFORD'S COUG-H ELIXIR as a relief. My daughter has taken nearly the contents of three bottles, and I am very pleased to inform you that it had a wonderful effect on her, having quite cured her of the cough, and restored her to perfect health. So mueh do I think of this preparation that I consider it my duty to...

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MONTHLY CALENDAR—JUNE. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 18 June 1878

MONTHLY C ALENDAIk— J UKE. Sot. Moon. Day of Month and Week. Bises. Sets. Bises. 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 14 7 10 4 50 2 57 6 21 Saturday 15 7 10 4 50 3 56 7 17 Sunday 16 7 10 4 60 6 2 8 € 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 63 4 58 2 31 Saturday 29 7 12 4 54 5 55 3 31 Sunda...

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WRECK OF THE LOCH ARD. MISS CARMICHAEL'S NARRATIVE. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 18 June 1878

WRECK OE THE LOCH ARD. MISS CARMICHAEL'S NARRATIVE. We {Wammmbool Standard) are indebted to Mr. M! In tyre, Missionary for ifeytesbury Forest, for the following particulars concern^ ing the loss of tlie ill-fated Locli Ard :— Having just arrived from Cxlenauiple, after a three day s' stay on tlie station, where Mr. Tkos. Pearoe and Miss Oaimichael are com fortably located, I hasten to drop you a few particulars in connection with the providen tial deliverance of these two persons from, a watery grave, I have had several interviews with both survivors. The young lady, who is about 19 years of age, signs her name as Eveline Vic Loria Berta Oarinichael. Her statement is in substance, as follows :—" I left Gravesend on the 2nd of March last, as a passenger on board the iron ship Loch Ard. There were 52 souls on board in all. And, alas ; poor Tom l'earce and I are left only of that number. My family consisted of eight members, namely —Dr.E.Caruiichael, Mrs. Carniic'uui, Rebecca (or, as w...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 18 June 1878

&olloway'$ Pills.—Desirable Pos session. — Without health no amouut of wealth, no means of pleasure, are of the slightest value. It is inconceivable how small & disturbance of the animal functions begets wretchedness, and how readily it may be rectified by a few doses of this purifying and regulating medicine. These world-renowned Pills have proved the best friend to man kind in every grade, in every land, and almost under every circumstance. Hollo way's Pills purify the blood, rectify digestion, stimulate the liver and kidneys, and regulate the bowels. "When fevers, influenza, and other ailments are epidemic, these Pills should be taken by everyone, to keep the blood and the system free from the seeds of the prevail ing pestilence.—Advt. TEN EXHIBITION PRIZE MEDALS. Til EX'S COCOA SI FRY'S CARACAS COCOA in packets and tins, specially recommended by the Manufacturers, is prepared from the «ele b r®fced Cooos of Caracas, combined with other choice descriptions. "A mos...

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IMPOUNDING NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 18 June 1878

IMPOUNDING NOTICES. ~ BATiDOTA, Section 104; (nearest Post Office, Eooringa), Wm. Midwinter, Pound keeper.—One light roany steer, branded like JJ over •• near rump, indistinct brand off ribs. Will be sold July 1, at noon. XONG-ATiA (nearest Post-Office, Yongala), W. H. Baker, Poundkeeper.—One dark grey mare, branded T near cheek, H near shoulder, white face ; one dark chestnut mare, branded like BN near thigh, like y near shoulder. Will be sold June 28, at noon. BLACK SPK1NGS (nearest Post-Office, Black Springs), Geo. Williamson, Pound keeper.—^One bay mare, blind off eye, black points, small star in forehead, aged, if branded not visible ; one bay horse, few white hairs in forehead, branded colike 3 over near shoulder. Will be sold July 1, at noon. RED HILL, L. TEL. Wake, Poundkeeper.— One strawberry bullock, off ear split, like triangle brand near ribs; one white bullock, like CU near rump, peice off near ear; one strawberry bullock, red sides, S near ribs, S near rump, top off ne...

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COMMERCIAL. "Kapunda Herald" Office, June 17, 1878. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 18 June 1878

COMMEBCIAIi. "Kapunda Herald" Office, June 17,1878. Wheat—4/9 per bushel. Hay—£,2 10/ per ton. Wholesale. Retail. Hour £13 per ton 29/ per bag Bran ... ... 1/5 per busli. 1/6 per bush. Pollard ... 1/4 " 1/6 Hams /10 per lb. 1/ per lb. Bacon ... ... jB " j 10 " Cheese ... . ... /6 " /10 " Butter ... ... 1 / " 1/2 •' ' Eggs ... ... 1/2 per doz. l/4perdoz.

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THE RABBIT BILL. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 18 June 1878

THE RABBIT BILL. Since our article on this subject was -written we have received the Bill, which is too lengthy to reprint, but of which we make the follow ing abstract:— Clause 1 repeals the Act of 1875 now in force, but provides that all rates due under such Act but not jet paid shall be recoverable just as though such Act had not been re pealed. Clause 2 defines the meaning of the terms employed, the most important of which is that" landholder" shall mean the owner or occupier of any land, and that " waste lands" shall include all the l&ndB of which the Government have not agreed to part with the fee simple or let on lease, including all roads, reserves, &c. Clause 3 divides the Act into four part?, the first relating to Rabbit Districts within the limit of Districts ; the second to those outside such limits ; the tliii-d to waste lands of the Crown ; and the fourth to offences, penalties, and general matters. Part I consists of clauses 4 to 12 inclusive, and prov...

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The Kapunda Herald. TUESDAY, JUNE 18, 1878. THE RABBIT BILL. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 18 June 1878

Clje HapunDa PNialU, TUESDAY, JUNE 18, 1878. THE BABBIT BILL. "We are glad to find the Government have thus early redeemed their promise to introduce a measure to deal witli the rabbit nuisance—the second read ing of the Bill in question having been moved by the Commissioner of Crown Lands in the Assembly, on Thursday last, the ouly speakers on that occasion being the Commissioner and Mr. Bounsevell. It is a matter for regret that the Upper House dealt so scurvily with the measure sent up to them by the Assembly last session, for it must have been-patent to the members of that branch of the legislature, as it was to the community at large, that some stringent legislation is needed in order that this rapidly-growing evil may be lessened or stamped out; and admit ting for argument's sate that the measure in question was not a perfect one, they might at all events have allowed it to be taken into Committee, and then have proposed such altera tions as were required in order that it migh...

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OUR CITY LETTER. [From our own Correspondent.] Adelaide, June 12, 1878. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 18 June 1878

OTTR CITY LETTER. £From our own Correspondent.] Adelaide. June 12. 1878. The news of tlie past few days has been sufficiently exciting, and unfortunately con contains much of a painful nature. It is a matter for deep regret that the Orient line of direct steamers seem to have had a run of ill luck during the past few months. There was a comparatively slight mishap to one of them | when homeward hound, then the serious acci dent to the Chimborazo, then the recent news of the Cuzco, which broke her shaft 600 miles west of the lieuwin, on May 28, when 18 days out, and the sad intelligence of the disaster to the Garonne which was stranded for 65 hours near the entrance of the Gulf of Aden. This last is in one respect the worst, as at least two passengers, Messrs. Sowerby and Joyce, were drowned, and the lifeboat, which was despatched from the steamer to Aden on June 9 for assistance, had not been heard of four days after. The Garonne had got off and proceeded on her voyage. The Cuzco wh...

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THE GREENOCK MEETING. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 18 June 1878

. THE GREENOCK MEETING. TO THE EDITOR. Sir—Allow me to make a few remarks in reference to the above. I did not object to electors from Kapunda addressing the meet ing, for in my opinion they 'have as good a right to speak at Greenock as the Greenock electors have to address a meeting at Kapunda. The remark I made was—The Greenock elec tors could form their own opinions without being dictated to by Kapundaites. In saying this I alluded neither to Mr. White or Mr. Shannon, but to those supporters of Mr. Tennant's (and the majority were 3Iapunda people) who tried to make the meeting abor tive through, continually interrupting Mr. "White while he spoke, and trying to drown every word that was said by yelling and hooting. No one had insinuated or alluded to Mr. Tennant or Mr. Fotheringham and the other genileman named by you as sanc tioning or instigating the disturbance, but the fact remains that the meeting was made hideous; and in my opinion you pay a left handed compliment to the (3-...

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LOCAL COURT—KAPUNDA. THURSDAY, JUNE 13, 1878. FULL JURISDICTION. [Before Mr. Varley, S.M., Hon. J. Pearce, and D. Nock, Justices.] APPLICATION. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 18 June 1878

LOCAL COURT—KAPTODA. Thxthsdat, June 13, 1878. Full Jurisdiction. [Before Mr. Varley, S.M., Hon. J- Pearce, and D. Nock, Justices.j Application. Henry Thomas Hindmarsh Morris applied for a certificate for a country auctioneer's licence. The application was granted. Unsatisfied Judgments. Schbamm v. Scitile. Claim for £30 16s. Struck out neither party appearing. Same v. James. Judgment debt of £36 4s. Order by consent for payment of £3 per month, first payment to be made a month from date. Defended Cases. McKknzie v. Duell. Claim for £21 lis. 3d. Mr. Benham for plaintiff said the matter I had been settled out of Court. Limited Jurisdiction. Unsatisfied , Judgment. SCHBASOt V.' MoHOAK. Judgment debt of £2 9s. 6d. Dbew and Another v. Daiwood. Judgment debt of £4 15s. 7d. Defendant I did not appear. ! Mr. Benham gave evidence to the effect | that defendant had been serred with a sum mons and paid the fees. He also deposed that defendant hud the means to pay the debt, as in partnership •...

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REUTER'S TELEGRAMS LONDON (no date). [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 18 June 1878

EEUTES'S TELEGrEAMS LONDON fno date). The cricket match -with, the Elland Eighteen lasted three days. The Australians won in one innings with 78 runs to spare. The match against the Gentlemen of England Trill be played on the 17th. of June. The principal opponents will be the three Graces, the two Lyttletons, and Messrs. Lucas, Gilbert, Had don, Bush, Strachan, and Willey. The Rev. P. Stanton, of Trinity Church, Holborn, will be consecrated Bishop of North Queensland on the 24th June. LONDON, June 13. The Secretary of State for the Colonies, speaking at a Conservative banquet, said that at the Congress England would adhere to the text of the Circular Note of the Marquis of Salisbury, and that England was determined that the Porte must retain the independence necessary for the performance of Sovereign functions. The Orient liner Garonne was ashore off Has Hafoon for three days, but was fortu nately got off and proceeded on her voyage. Two passengers named Sowerby and Joyce were drown...

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FREELING. [From our own Correspondent.] June 14, 1878. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 18 June 1878

FBEELINa. £From our own Correspondent J June 14. 1878. Very welcome indeed to the farmers—and also to many others in the neighbourhood of Freeling—have been the rains which, during these last few days been pouring down upon us. They came none too soon, for many crops which had looked first-rate now began to as sume a tint by no means encouraging; tanks were beginning to run dangerously short of water. But now it has come, and that in right good earnest, seeming to wish to make up for past delays by now attending strictly to busi ness. On Tuesday evening, at about 7 o'clock, we were visited by such a storm of wind and rain as has rarely been witnessed here. The winds rushed in one mighty volume from the north-west, with such strength and uproar as would lead one to BuppoBethe monarch of the winds and all his cohorts were holding mad revel. To walk in face of it was almost im possible, especially to ladies with all sail set. But Freeling is a tight little township, and presents a soli...

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VICTORIA. Melbourne, June 13. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 18 June 1878

VICTORIA. Melbourne, June 13. There has been boisterous weather in the bay, causing a considerable amount of damage to small craft. Hour is inactive. Town flour is worth. £11 12s. 6cL, and country £11 2s. 6d-; wheat, 5s. 5d. Melbourne, June 14. A terrific gale has been blowing along the coast. The weather is described as thq rough est ever experienced. The steamer Victorian, bound for Adelaide, returned to Melbourne, having been compelled to put back. She started on Tuesday, but before reaching Cape Otway she lost nine out o£ sixteen horses on board. The Nelson, after a severe passage, has arrived at Portland. She also lost three val uable steeplechase horses by drowning-namely, Postman, Young Ebor, and Lady Jocelyn. The Yarra is flowing over its banks. We ; have had the highest tide recorded since 1855. At Geelong the water rose 30 inches above high water mark. The operative iron moulders are agitating for facilities being given for the manufacture ; of water pipes in the colony. F...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 18 June 1878

THIS DAY (TUESDAY), JUNE 18. AT JAMESTOWN. TO TEAMSTERS AND OTHERS, STEERS. STEERS. T ISTOW, SHAKES, & CO. JLi are instructed by Mr. Henry Gartrell to sell bj auction, at Edwards's Yards, at 2 o'clock— O FIRST-CLASS STEEBS, a splen QJjU did lot for workers. Terms—-Approved Bills, The special attention of Teamsters and Farmers is called to this sale. ON MONDAY, JUNE 24. AT FORMBY & BOASE'S HORSE BAZAAR, ADELAIDE. O/^V HEAD OF CANTABA OA OU HOBSES. OU Liston, shakes, & CO. have Teceived instructions to sell, as above, at half-past one o'clock— Q/^| Head of Unbroken COLTS and Q\J FELLIFjS of the well-known JAL conjoined brand, from the Cantara Station.' The abore draft of Horse? are really the best lot that have been offered in the market this year, and is composed of Heavy Draught, Trolly, and Coaehers, with a few Light Sorts, three aqd four yeans old, all in good pondition, Some splendid pairs, suitable for $rplly or tramway. TUESDAY, JUNE 25. XAPUNDA MONTHLY ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 18 June 1878

Business Directory. KAP1MDA. EBEWSTEB, R., "Wine, Spirit, and General Merchant, - Brewster's 33uild- j inga, Main-street. Agent for Salter's and other Wines. EEJJHAM, W. H., Solicitor, Notary Public, &cn Main-street. Money to lend on properly under the Real Properly Act, or otherwise, at lowest rate of interest. ERITCE, JOHN A., Auctioneer, Land, Loan, and General CommiBsion Agent. Money to Lend in large or small TYUMBRECK, THOMAS, Tanner -L/. and Currier, near Morning Star. Leather of every description on hand and to birder. Bark, Hides, and Skins, &c., bought. TWMBBECK & McLENNAN, J—" fanners and Curriers, Burra-road, (late Frith's).. Bark, Hides, &c., bought. Leather on sale or to order—first quality. EMERSON, Mr., Solicitor, Main street, Kapunda. Money to lend on Mortgage or Deposit of Deeds. EAWCETT'S soothing POWDERS, for Children Teething. Sold in Packets at One Shilling; or by post j for Seven Stamps. Address, 3>. Fawcett, Chemist, Kapunda....

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OVERLAND MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 18 June 1878

OVERLAND MAIL. The Overland Mail to Victoria closes at Kapunda at 9.58 a.m., every Tuesday, Thurs day, and Saturday; New South Wales via Wentworth on Fridays at 6-40 a.m. Single letter to Victoria, or any other colony, 2d.

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MAIL NOTICES. Post-Office, Kapunda. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 18 June 1878

MATT/ NOTICES. Post-Office, Kanunda. Mails close at this Office as under— For Adelaide and intermediate places, 6. a.m., 9.45 a.m., and 3.50 p.m. For Allandaie, Hamilton, Marrable, Saddle worth, and places on the Burra-road at 10 p.m. daily. Mails arrive at this office as under :— From Adelaide and intermediate places, at 045 a.m., 1.45 p.m., and 6.55 p.m. From Adelaide and intermediate places, at 10.15 a.m., 1.45 p.m., and 6.55 p.m. FromBagot's Well, Hansborougli, Eudunda and Government Well, 8 p.m. From St. John's and Koonunga, at 10.30 a.m., on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays.

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MIDLAND ROAD BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 21 June 1878

MIDLAND ROAD BOAED. IllVKETOK - WedkesdaXj June IS, 1878. Present—Messrs. L Killicoat (in the chair), It. KellVi J- Bowden, J. Moule Commissioners; Mr. j/j. Rhead, Secretary; Mr. J. Morris, Superiutendsng-SurVeyor. Messrs. Groode, J. Kelly, and Warnes, District Chairmen, also were present. The Acting Chairman made an apology for the absence of the Chairman. Mb.. Williams' CiAijl. Mr. "Williams was in attendance, and asked if the Board had ally proposal to make. The correspondence which had taken place on this subject was read. Mr Ashton (of Fleming, Boucdut, & Ash ton) attended on Mr. Williams' behalf, 6nd said his client also was desirous of settling the matter amicably. He then briefly stated the circumstances o£ the case —that lie had agreed to exchange a road with the Board, but the Board were unable to fulfil their agreement, and as they could not do eo lie desired reasonable "compensation for the default and for the severance. Mr. Williams estimated the value of the la...

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