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NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 16 August 1867

NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. Mr J ames Windebank writes asking whether " Ratepayer," who wrote resppcting the election of the District Clerk in the Kapunda District Council, was a " Blackfellow that had the belly ache." We can't say; don't usually enquire into the state of our correspondent's bowels.

Publication Title: Kapunda Herald And Northern Intelligencer
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GOLDEN GIFTS. CHAPTER XII. WINNIE'S WELCOME. "Some humble heart is sore and sick with grief, And straight thou comest with thy gentle song To wile the sufferer from his hate or wrong, By bringing nature's love to his relief." [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 16 August 1867

GOIDBS GIFTS. o BY THE ATJTHOB, OP " MASIA3T " TEB.M03STT VALE ETC., ETC. CHAPTER XII* WIKITIE's WELCOME. " Some tumble heart is sore and sick/with grief, And straight tlxou comesfc with thy gentle song To wile the sufferer from liis hate or -wrong, By bringing nature's love to his relief." THERE were two ingredients in Winnifred Aland's character that' stood her excellently well hi her lonely journey of many miles strength of purpose and resolute will; added to this, from her earliest years she had. been an admirable horsewoman, so well able to yield herself to all the movements of the. animal she rode that, as our readers will remember, she could perfectly maintain her balance standing while her Pegasstis winged its way over the ground. "Winnie in. truth would have made her fortune in the circus; but the arena of her exhibitions had been of . a more, extensive boundary, and with a more limited number pf spec-, tators. At the present time all the .benefit accruing from her love of ...

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

BIRTS BEJTNETT.-At Kapunda Mine, on the 14th instant, the wife of Captain Bennett, of a son. DEATH 03? DR. BAYER. £Per Magnetic Telegraph.] Adelaide, August 16. Dr. Bayer died at 1 o'clock this morning of apoplexy; he never spoke after the attack.

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MONDAY, AUGUST 5, 1867. [Before J. S. Browne, Esq., S.M.] APPLICATION. SMALL, AND ANOTHER V. LANGHAM. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 16 August 1867

MONDAY, AUGUST 5, 1867. ("Before J. S. Browne, Esq., S. APPLICATION. S»AM, AK3> ANOTHER V. LaNGHAM. Mr Brady for plaintiff; Mr Benham (for Mr Stow and Bruce) for defendant. This was an application by the plaintiff for review of defendant's bill of costs. The case had been set down for trial in June, but the Court sat three days that month without get ting to this case, and it was then adjourned for a month; and, therefore, the costs on those days should not be allowed against them. The costs should be as though the case had never been set down for trial in June at all, as it was owing to an adjournment of the Court that it was not heard till July. Mr Benham argued that the costs had been incurred by the solicitor, for the defendants, and that it was but proper that the party losing the case should pay the costs to which the suc cessful party had been put. Hie Worship said that his previous decision had hardly gone so far as to say that costs on the day when the Court was adjourne...

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THE KAPUNDA HERALD. Friday, August 16th, 1867. IMMIGRATION. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 16 August 1867

THE KAPUNDA HERALD. Friday, August 1 Gth, 1867. IMMIGRATION. The present state of the labour market/ and the knowledge that; ere long the number of those now seeking employment will-be augmented bj the arrival of the Berar with its additional number of immi grants, naturally leads us to the conside ration of the defects of the system adopted, by which dearth of employ ment is rendered still more oppressive through the introduction at such an unpro pitious period of additional bread-seekers. That it would be a serious drawback to the colony to suffer from a deficiency of labour is conceded on all sides; and it is equally true, though not so readily acknowledged, that a surplus of labour bringing down wages to a rate at which even by the sweat of the brow it is almost hopeless for honest industry to seek to rise from the ranks-just as surely mili tates against the permanent prosperity of the land. It is the hope of winning a position-of bettering one's circumstances that induces the l...

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LOCAL COURT—KAPUNDA. MONDAY, AUGUST 5, [Before J. S. Browne, Esq., S.M.] DEFENDED CAUSES. KELLY V. HYDE. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 16 August 1867

LOCAL COURT-JIAPUNDA, MONDAY, AUGUST 5, ^Before J. S. Browne, Esq., S.M.J DEFENDED CAUSES. KELLY V. HYDE. Claim for £8 17/8 for fencing. Mr Eudall for plaintiff; Sir Benbam for de fendant. Mr H. G. Kelly examined. By Mr Rudall-Witness rented two sections from defendant, who was to put the fence in proper repair for witness, but having to leave, defendant told him to gut the wire and have it done and he would allow it in the rent; got the wire and paid £7 11/8 for it, delivered in Hamilton; charged 10/ for carting the wire, and charged 16/ for labour, which waB about half price; deducted £7 11/8 from the first rent he paid after and defendant refused to allow it; the rent was not demanded, so witness delayed pay* ing it until twelve months after taking the land; Mr Hyde's refusal to allow the deduction was brought by defendant's brother; the cheque sent was for the year's rent less the £7 11/8, and it was sent back to him; witness subsequently paid the amount in fulL By Mr Benham-Too...

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STOCKWELL PLOUGHING MATCH AND SHOW OF ENTIRES. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 16 August 1867

STOCKWELL PLOUGHING MATCH AND SHOW OF ENTIRES. The Agricultural Society of Stockwell held their first annual meeting on Wednesday laBt, in a field belonging to Mr Davison, about a mile out of Stockwell. The day was all that could be desired, and the piece of land selected was in every way suitable; and when we give the list of plonghmen we need hardly say that the ploughing was first-class. We would congratu lateMr Crase's man on having again taken the first prize in the Champion Class, he having also taken the first prize here last week. The show of entires was not large, bnt of a medium quality. The prizes offered for entires . were not such as wq.uld induce owners to send a horse a long distance. We mention this because we think that in proportion to the prize so do people think the farmers value the services of a superior horse. We are led to think if Agricul tural Societies generally were to offer a good prize for the best entire-the prize, however, to be awarded only to such o...

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MUNICIPAL CORPORATION. MONDAY, AUGUST 12, 1867. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 16 August 1867

MUNICIPAL COflPOKATION. MONDAY, AUGUST 12, 1867. iTeBent-His Worahip the Mayor, Councillors Mbyle, Nock, Pearce, Thomson, and Tyrie; and the Town Clerk. The minutes of two previous meetings were read and confirmed. His Worship made some explanation with re ference to the late nominations, Baying that he stood at the door and read them, no one else being present, but shortly afterwards a party came forward and protested that Mr Riley's nomination was informal, which he had not noticed. He consulted several of the Councillors on the question. The grounds of objection were that the proposer and seconder were not eligible, not having paid their rates; and secondly, that one of the nominations did not describe Ezra Bielyasto his occupation, &c., which the Act required to be done. The Councillors thus con sulted decided that William Rowett was duly elected in consequence of informality in nomi nation of Ezra Biley; and he accordingly de clared Mr Rowett to be elected. Councillor M...

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CORRESPONDENCE. KAPUNDA LOCAL COURT. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 16 August 1867

OOKRE3PONDENCE. KAPUNDA LOCAL COURT. TO THE EDITOR. Sir-On perusing your publication of the 9th instant, Ifind a paragraph referring to the pro ceedings in the Kapnnda Local Court on the 6th, in which you state that I was on the Bench in the hearing of a criminal charge against persons of the name of McElliater, and that I did not appear to be taking any part in the pro ceedings, although I claimed a right to be con sulted by a Special Magistrate on the verdict. I certainly am at a loss to understand upon ?what grounds you came to the conclusion that I did-not appear to be taking any pa*-t in the pro ceedings, and would be glad to know. I listened attentively to the evidence throughout; I was neither reading, writing, speaking, laughing, jesting, or doing anything unbecoming a Magis trate presiding on-the Bench. I came to the Court as plaintiff in a civil case and obtained a verdict, and am not aware why that should dis qualify me from presiding in criminal cases after the civil bus...

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DISTRICT COUNCILS. BELVIDERE. SATURDAY, AUGUST 10, 1867, [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 16 August 1867

DISTKICT COUNCILS. BELVIDERE. SATURDAY, AUGUST 10,1867, Present-AIL Resolved that Mr Flavel get side ditches cat near Grosser's and Steinkey's, and that Mr Hinei's offer of repairing the ford over the Light, near hia place, be accpted for 30/. Letter; read from Mr T. Grosser, requesting that the road between Sections 90 and 91 might be closed; place to be inspected. Tenders to be called for making necessary repairs on the road, next Fallon's. Road near Section 3003, to be examined and repaired if necessary. Mr Schmidt reported that he had let two small pieces of road work since last meeting, amounting to £6, and that the same had been satisfactorily completed. Payment ordered. Mr 6. Weizner applied for, and was granted a Slaughtering Licence. Deviation through Section 128 to be Surveyed, and the same quantity to be added to the said Section from the adjacent reserve aa the deviation took from it.

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

10 ADVERTISERS in the ;i,.. . KAPUNDA HEBALD,-Thefolio wing is . the SCALE of DISCOUNTS on Advertisements n the KAPUNDA HERALD, when prepaid:-: , insertions.^ 3<*'411 ^'Shilling, or 25 percent. insertion Sjd.intheShilling,or29 J percent. during^qrtr. [ 4d. in the Shilling, or S3£ per cent. 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 ana Sixpence. Si* lines... ... Two Shillings and Sixpence. Each line more Four-pence. Figare,or Table-work Advertisements,charged at sixpence per line throughout. The KAPUNDA HERALD has now an exten* Bive circulation all over the Northern Countiy» - including Gawler, Sheaoak Log, Greenock, Nuri ootpa, Angaston, Stoekwell, Truro, North and South Rhine, LyndochValley, Moorundee. Stock port, Linwood, Gilberton, Rhynie, the Wakefield, Riverton, Saddleworth, Auburn, Mintaro Lpas ingham, Watervale, Penworthain, Clare, M?unt Rema...

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KAPUNDA MARKET PRICES. "Kapunda Herald" Office, Friday, August 16, 1867. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 16 August 1867

KAPUNDA MARKET PRICES. "Kapunda Herald" Office,Friday, August 16, 1867. Wheat 3/8 per bushel Hour per ton, £11/ Ditto per bag, 24s Bran per bushel, Is Od Pollard par bushel, 1/2 to 1/3 Hay, new, per ton-£2/5 Beef per lb, 3d to 4d Mutton, ditto, 2d and 3d Fork, ditto, ditto, 7d to 8d Steaks, and chops ditto, 4d Hams and bacon, ditto, Is 6d Butter per lb-Fresh, lOd Eggs per dozen, /to Potatoes, old, 7/6 per cwt.; Id. per lb. Ditto new 2^d per lb.

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ADELAIDE CORN MARKET. Adelaide, August 15, 1867. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 16 August 1867

ADELAIDE CO UN MARKET. Adelaide, August 15, 1867. | Since the arrival of the last English Mail, the Wheat and Tlour market bas been very dull and gradually declining. No transactions for export hare taken place, and the local millers hare been the only purchasers for Wheat. Bran and Pollai® are enquired for at our quotations. We hare no business at all to report in Oats and Barley. General trade is still exceedingly dull. Our quotations to-day are as follows :-Wheat, in town, 4/3 to 4/4; ditto at Port 4/4 to 4/5 ; Elour, £10 to £11; Bran /9 to /9J-; Pollard 1/ to 1/1; Cape Barley 2/9 to 3/; English ditto, 3/6 to 4/3; Cape Oats, 2/6 to) 3/; English ditto, 3/6 to 4{. A. F. CHRISTEN & CO.

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HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 16 August 1867

HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY. On Friday, a number of questions were put and answered, and various returns ordered. In'anwer to Mr, Riddoch, the Treasurer said that though it had not been the usual practice to do so, they would favourable entertain any special application from country Institutes for grants to supplement private subscriptions for building purposes. Mr Smith's motion for payment to Port Ade laide Corporation of balance of Port Inundation Vote, was discussed and withdrawn. On Tuesday a Select Committee was ap pointed to prepare a draft address to His Royal Highness the Duke of Edinburgh. The Scrub Lands Act Amendment Bill was carried through Committee. The House then went into Committee to con sider the resolutions moved by the Commis sioner of .Crown Lands for concessions to northern pastoral lessees, the first of which provided for an exchange of the present leases for others of a more liberal nature; the second, for division of country into three districts, with graduated scale...

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PARLIAMENTARY. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 16 August 1867

PAKLIA M ENT AR Y. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL, On Tuesday, in awer to Captain Bagot, the Chief Secretary saitMne so-called Military-road was under the control of the Central Road Board, and that there was no special vote for it. Mr Barrow's vote for a series of immigration returns was discussed and carried, together with an addendum, mored by Mr Bagot, calling for a report from the Immigration Agent as to the system underjwhich immigrants are selected for this colony. Some other motions for returns were carried; after which the Council adjourned for a week.

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BAGOT'S WELL. Wednesday, August 14. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 16 August 1867

BAGOT'S WELL. ("From a Correspondent.J Wednesday, August 14. I A meeting of the ratepapera of the Bagots Well Ward was held at the Poet Office to-day to elect a Councillor for the District Council of Kapunda. There were about forty present-which, consider ing the state of the weather, was a very good at tendance. Mr. Wm. Logan was the Returning Officer, who in commencing the procedings stated that the onlyinstructions he had to act as such were ?verbal from the Chairman. Mr. A- White pro posed, and Nr. James Kildea seconded, that Mr. Henry Kelly be elected Councillor, which was earned unanimously. A vote of thanks was passed to the retiring Councillor, Mr. Moody, and to the Returning Officer. As the meeting was about to close, Mr. Kelly stated that he had written to Mr. Coglin requesting a polling booth at Bagot'e Well for the Electoral District of Light, but as yet he had not received any answer; however, as soon as he did, he would let them know the result. But in the meantime the...

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RHYNIE. Thursday, August 15, 1867. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 16 August 1867

RHYNIE. ["From our own Correspondent. I 1 Thursday, August 15,1867. I On Friday last the Government Engineer, Mr. Hamilton, accompanied by Messrs. P. McNamara, J. P. BentLey, Howard, and Nichols, took a trip to examine the country to see whether there were any barriers in the way of the proposed railway, and after having a good look around the locality, Mr. Hamilton expressed his satisfaction with the look of the country, and could not see any obsta cles whatever that would prevent the construction of. a railway in that direction ; while on the other liand the difficulty would be (according, to the Engineer's own statement) very great if the branch would start off from Saddleworth, though the distance would be about three or four miles less; yet the gradients would be much better, and not only that, but by coming this way it would pass through Macaw Creek, Rhyme, and Undalya; the two last places being very thriving and increas ing townships, aud a most important agricultural distric...

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NORTHERN RAILWAY EXTENSION MEETING AT AUBURN. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 16 August 1867

NORTHERN RAILWAY EXTENSION -MEETING- AT AUBURN. ["From a Correspondent.] A public meeting was held m the Town Holl, on Saturday, 10th instant, for the purpose of con sidering the proposed Northern Railway exten sion. Although the weather was unfavourable, the Hall was very well filled, about 150 persons being present; the surrounding districts were well represented, persons being present from Min taro, Saddleworth, Watervale, Rhyme, and River ton. Mr Arthur King, J.P., was unanimously voted to the chair, and opened the proceedings by reading the requisition he had received for calling the meeting. He said the time had now come when the inhabitants of Auburn should bestir themselves, more especially in such an important matter as the one they had met to discuss. (Cheers) He considered the extension of the railway from Forresters to Clare, passing through the principal townships on the main road, would not only prove a great benefit to the North, but to the Colony. Many persons were s...

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AUBURN. August 14, 1867. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 16 August 1867

AUBURN. [From a Correspondent.] August 14, 1867. I Several gentlemen are intending to form a Chess Club here. I hare not heard whether it is to be in connection with the Institute, but should think it will. We hare had some nice showers lately, and the river is still running very high. The Railway meeting on Saturday was well attended, and it is to be hoped the matter may be carried to a successful issue. The congregation attending St. John's Church are about to make arrangements for having ser vice conducted every Sunday. The members of the Auburn Mutual Improve ment Society are soliciting subscriptions for the relief of the distress existing amongst the work ing classes of South Australia.

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FIRST WHEAT SOWN IN THE COLONY. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 16 August 1867

FIRST WHEAT SOWN IN THE COLONY. TO THE EDITOR. Sir-In answer to the question of your corres pondent as to the first wheat sown in the colony, I would direct bis attention to a letter appearing in the Register of August 1st, which will give him all the information necessary. I am, Sir, &c., HENRY WHEAJJE, Bethany.

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