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

TO THE EDITOR. Sib-I should not notice the report of the case of Gale T. McEllister that appeared in your last issue, full of suppressions and inaccuracies as it is, but for an observation you have made in your comments upon the proceedings in that case which in its construction might have a wider signification put upon it than you perhaps intended. As proof that the report does not contain the whole truth, I refer to the omission of the remarks addressed to the presiding magistrate by the informant's attorney in opening his case, and also mine in reply ; remarks which at the outset could tend only to excite distrust on the part of my clients. ;That the report is inaccurate, I refer to the version given of the presiding magistrate's reply to my question, whether the decision was that of the majority of the Justices then sitting. I noted it, and so did a gentleman present; our notes agree, differing from your reporter's. Again, I am reported to have said, if they (the two other magis...

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THE PRINCE'S BALL AND THE DESTITUTE POOR IN SOUTH AUSTRALIA. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 16 August 1867

THE PRINCE'S BALL AND THE DESTI TUTE POOR IN SOUTH AUSTRALIA. TO THE EDITOR. Sir-Observing by the papers that it was in tended to give a grand ball to TTia Royal Highness during liis short stay in this province, led me to make a small calculation of the amount that would be spent by 1,000 who are to be honored by being allowed to attend, and find the amount to be in round figures about £23,000, which I find by the following:-1,000 tickets are to be issued, which will be in this proportion-550 gentlemen, at 42/=£l,155; 450 ladies, at 21/=£47210/; dress and other necessary wares for the evening, at £21 each=£21,000 ; showing a total of £22,627 10/. Now I think, as the clergy of Adelaide say £600 is wauted to alleviate the present distress in the city, that the upper ten ought to pay that, and let the Prince see a town of prosperity (not of distress), which I should think would be a much greater sight for a person to see than a finely dressed room, and which he could see without coming...

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THE MURRAY TRAMWAY. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 16 August 1867

THE MURRAY TRAMWAY. TO THE EDITOR. Sir-(Jan you or any of oar Kapunda friends inform me vhat progress the Murray Tramway Committee are making, in furtherance of that object; or are they, after all the tall talk and no small expense, going to let it die a natural death ? WATCHMAN.

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

UKEESEEVED SALE, TOMORROW (SATURDAY), August 37. AT CEASE'S BOOM, KAPUNDA. AT TWO O'CLOCK. TENKIN COLES is instructed by Mr. « Gregory, who is about leaving the District, to soil by auction, as above The whole of hi® HOUSEHOLD FURNI TURE and^EFFECTS, comprising Handsome Chest of Drawers New Cedar Tables and Chairs Beds and Bedding -&c^ &c^ &c. Without reserve. Terms at Sale. SALE OF GROWN LANDS. THURSDAY, AUGUST, 22, 1867. Crown Lands Office, Adelaide, July 10, 1867. VTOTICE is hereby given that the fol JLl lowing portions of Crown Lands will be offered for. sale by public auction, at the Land "Office, Adelaide, on Thursday, the twenty second day of August, 1867, at eleven of the clock in the forenoon, at the upset price affixed to ~«ach 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 o...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 23 August 1867

Holloway's Ointment and Pills have, over and over again proved the best friends to persons afflicted with ulcerations, bad legs, sores, abscesses, fistulas, and other painful and com plicated complaints. Printed and very plain directions for the application of the Ointment are wrapped around each pot. Holloway's alternative Pills should be taken throughout the progress, to maintain the blood in a state of perfect purity, aud to prevent the health of the whole body being jeopardised by the local ailment; bad legs, old age's great grievance, are thus readily cured, without confining the patient to bed, or withdrawing from him the nutritious diet and generous support so imperatively demanded when weakening diseases attack advanced years or constitutions evincing premature decrepitude. -Advt. WAKJSLJSW. DO you suiier from physical incapacity ? Are you sufferii g from nervous debility? Have you been the GUILTY vit *tim of any secret vice ? Do you Buffer from a set of s ymptoms nearly aki...

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RECOLLECTIONS OF PRESIDENT LINCOLN. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 23 August 1867

EECOLLECTIOJVS OF PRESIDENT LINCOLN. When Herndon (Mr. Lincoln's partner in Springfield) was very young-probably before Mr. Lincoln made his first protest in the Legislature of bis State on behalf of liberty-Lincoln once said to him:-"I cannot see what makes your convictions so decided as regards the future of slavery. What tells you the thing must be rooted out?" " I feel 'it in my bones/' was Herndon's emphatic answer. " This con tinent is not broad enough to endure the contest between freedom and slavery!" It Was almost in' these very words that Mr. Lincoln aiterwardsopened the great contest between Douglass and himself. From this i time forward he ~ submitted ail public questions to what'W called " The test of Bill Hemdon's bone philosophy," and tbeir arguments were close and protracted, By and-bye there came a lime when both he and Judge Logan were candidates for the same office, and it seemed fit that the partnership between them siioufd be dis solved. In spite of their close ...

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THE KAPUNDA HERALD. Friday, August 23rd, 1867. THE PASTORAL CONCESSIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 23 August 1867

THE KAPUNDA HERALD. Friday, August 23rd, 1867. THE PAS [ORAL CONCESSIONS. , One of the chief faults of South Austra lians as a community is their proneness to run to extremes; and this failing has been amply illustrated during the past few years in connection with the squatting portion of our population. A few years back the mere fact of being a squatter .gave to the possessor of that title a repu tation for wealth, which in some instances served his interest almost as effectually as though the hard cash had been forth coming to give a voucher as to the sub stantial grounds on which such reputation Tested. Our squatters were then consi dered as the creme de la creme of colonial aristocracy, aiid every new and' handsome carriage (or otfier display of wealth) which rolled down our streets was set down as belonging to some member or other of that class, whose purses were supposed to be gorged with the continually-increasing sovereigns, equivalents for so much value got out of the peopl...

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GOLDEN GIFTS. CHAPTER XIII. THE TONIC OF OCEAN BREEZES. "As I stood on its margin, or roamed on its strand, I felt new ideas within me expand Of glory and grandeur, unknown till that hour— And my spirit was mute in the presence of power." —BERNARD BARTON. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 23 August 1867

OOIiDEK GIFTS. BY THE ATJTHOB OP " MABIAif" VERMONT TALE ETC.. ETC. CHAPTER XIII. THE TONIC OF OCEAJT BBEEZES. "As I stood on its margin, or roamed on its strand, I felt new ideas within me expand Of glory and grandeur, unknown tiil tliat hour And my spirit was mute in the presence of power." -BEBNABD BAETON. LEAVING Winnie to accustom herself to her old home, with all her newly-formed plans and hopes and desires yet in their embryo state, with old thoughts and old feelings to seek what oblivion they could amidst the old familiar haunts of height and vale, perchance to channel themselves afresh and luxuriate in happier soil-we will return to bur old starting point, the "Wren's Nest," and once more peep. in at our golden-gifted family the Wallaces. Without being so seriously ill as to be confined to bed, Edith Wallace was yet on the invalid list, losing, as Harry sorrowfully noted,1 her pretty colour as well as her beauty, and caring for as little mental or bodily exertion as she cou...

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MUNICIPAL CORPORATION. SPECIAL MEETING. MONDAY, AUGUST 19, 1867. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 23 August 1867

M (JKICIPAL CORPORATION. SPECIAL MEETING. MONDAY, AUGUST ID, 1867. Present-His Worship the Mayor, Councillors Day, Moyle, Nock, Pearce, Thomson, Tyrie; and the Town Clerk. His Worship the Mayor reported having waited on the Central Committee relative to the arrival of H.S.H. the Duke of Edinburgh, He had made the necessary enquiries, and found that there were no distinctive badges to be worn by Corporate bodies; that it waa intended Hie Boyal Highness should visit Kapunda. His Worship did not think that the Committee were favourable to granting any money. With res pect to cheap trains, he stated that Government would grant free passes to all Corporate bodies and Friendly Societies, and that they would run excursion trains for the general public. Some discussion took place on the various de tails, when it was resolved that a request be made to the Committee of Management that the sum of £500 be placed at the disposal of the Corporation to defray the necessary expense of His Royal Hig...

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LOCAL COURT—KAPUNDA. SATURDAY, AUGUST 17. [Before J. S. Browne, Esq., S.M.] PRELIMINARY INVESTIGATION. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 23 August 1867

LOCAL COURT- KA.PUJTDA. SATURDAT, AUGUST 17. [Before J. S. Browne, Esq., S.M/J PBFXIMINARY IN VES CIGATION. Martin Keenehan wai brought ap on remand on a charge of cattle-stealing. Mr W. G. Morris examined. By Corporal O'Brie*-Lived at Stockport, carrying on a butchering business; knew die prisoner, who also lived in Stockport; knew Wm. Manuel; had authorized him to purchase cattle for witness, in pursuance of which au thority, on the 7th inst. Mr Manuel bought a red bullock branded pq with s-% over it on near side from prisoner for witness; saw it in Keene han's stockyard an hour or tiro after it was pur chased ; witness bad seen prisoner at the Stock port Hotel a short time before^ when he saw Sir Manuel give £2 on account to him, in answer to Mr Keenehan's requeit for that sum; witness wrote out the receipt at the request of Keenehan; the bullock was to be bought for £5-£2 then, £1 when taken away, and the other £2 to be taken out in meat; the receipt was signed by Keenehan in wi...

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DISTKICT COUNCILS. KAPUNDA. TUESDAY, AUGUST 20. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 23 August 1867

DISTKICT COUNCILS. KAPUNDA. TUESDAY, AUGUST 20. Present-New Councillors-viz., Messrs. Jeff, Windebant, Hazel, and Kelly. Conndllor JeS was unanimously elected Chair man. Minutes of last meeting read and confirmed. The Clerk stated the election resulted in Mr Hazel being returned for No. I (Row's Ward); Mr J. White for No. 2 (Brewery Ward); Mr EL Kelly for No. 3 (Bagot's Well Ward); Mr J. Windebank for No. 4 (Invermay Ward); and Mr W. Jeff for No. 5 (Maryvale Ward.) Resolved, that the last half-yearly balance sheet be advertised in the Kapunda Herald, the , Chronicle, and the Observer. Resolved, that'the deviation of roads be further postponed until a full meeting of the Council to consider the necessity of borrowing money to carry out the works. The present Council after a lengthy debate confirmed the appointment of Clerk. James Gregor's . contract for repairs on the Anlaby road being completed to the satisfaction of the Surveyor, the Council passed it for pay ment/ Resolved, that t...

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HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 23 August 1867

HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY. On Friday, Mr Coglin presented a petition from Mr Orchard, of Kapanda, praying for com pensation for damage received daring the flood ing of the Light through the erection of the rail way bridge over the Light. in answer to Mr Bankine, it was Btated that the Volunteer Drill-shed would be occupied for about two months as temporary stables for the Duke of Edinburgh, after which time it would again be available for drill purposes. In answer to Mr Coglin, the Treasurer stated that the only amount applied for by the Kapunda Corporation on account of the proposed vote for the dam was .£350, which had been paid. Mr Riddoch's motion for a grant of £300 for the Penola Institute (in aid of private subscrip tions to like amount) was carried-Mr Coglin intimating his intention to renew his application for a grant for the Kapunda Institute. The Payment of Troops Bill was recommitted, and the report agreed to. The Attorney-General obtained leave to intro duce a Bill to confer ad...

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CLARE. MONDAY, AUGUST 19. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 23 August 1867

JGLARE. MONDAY, AUGUST 19. I Present-Messrs. - Kimber, Priest, Trilling Chapman, and Butler. Mr Chapman was elected Chairman during the ensuing year unanimously. Stationman reported baring inspected W. Laverty's work in Kirchner*s Gully, which was completed satisfactorily. Clerk to inform Central Boad Board of dangerous state of ford by Section 78, and ask them to repair same. Scott & Eames asked to be allowed to give up contracts on Armagh-road; granted. Messrs. John Bulling, T. O'Neil, J. Trevillian, and W. Pearce severally applied for sundry repairs in their respective neighbourhoods. Clerk ordered to make a memo, of same. Mr Betteridge also applied for repairs to Creek in GleeBon-Btreet, Clare. Messrs. Kimber and Butler to ascertain whether or not said street continues through part of Section 9 as represented, and report at next meeting. John Trestrail applied for an extension of time for completing his contract ou road through Section 9, Dear Fenwortb&m. Followi...

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PARLIAMENTARY. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 23 August 1867

PARLIAMENTARY. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. On Tuesday, Messrs. Crazier, Morgan, ana Solomon were introduced and took the usual oaths of allegiance. Lots were drawn for the order in which they should sign the members' roll (on which depends the order of retirement), which resulted in Mr Crozier being the first, Mr Solomon the second, and Mr Morgan the third. The Scrub Lands Amendment and Payment of Troops Bills were read a first time. In answer to Mr Mildred, the Chief Secretary stated that it was the intention of the Govern ment to shortly bring in a Bill to provide for a Government guarantee to private capitalists constructing a tramway from Port Augusta to the Far North. A Bill, introduced by Mr Bago?, to repeal the prohibition on reassuring of marine risks was read a first time. Mr Barrow's motion for detailed Customs re turns showing the amount paid for duties on the several imports under the present tariff was carried. A somewhat lengthy discussion took place on Mr Baker's motion for ...

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STOCKPORT. TUESDAY, AUGUST 20. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 23 August 1867

STOCKPORT. TUESDAY, AUGUST 20. Present -The Chairman and all the member*. Mr Hamilton's tender for grabbing stumps in Stockport and Linwood road, for the sum of £9 17/, was accepted. Councillor Cunningham to report on Dry Creek at next meeting. The Chairman and Councillor Young to re port on Seacamp's crossing, Lewis's road, and Ferguson's road, at next meeting. Tenders to be invited for repair of ro ad near Mr Intriis's, Alma. Payments, £12 4/5; receipts, nil.

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NORTHERN RAILWAY EXTENSION MEETING AT RHYNIE. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 23 August 1867

NORTHERN RAILWAY EXTENSION MEETING- AT RHYME. A public meeting was held at Kewson's large room oil Monday last for the purpose of con sidering the proposed extension of the Northern Railway ; there were about forty persons present. Mr. R. M. Coles, J.P., District Chairman, occu pied the chair, and opened the proceedings by reading the advertisement calling the meeting, and then called on Mr. P. McNamara, J.P., who moved the first resolution-" That a branch line of railway, start ing at some point in Macaw Creek, to Rhyme, through Undalya, Auburn, and other townships to Clare, would be a great benefit to the residents of Rhyme and the numerous townships it would pass through, being the largest wheat-growing district in the Worth." He considered the exten sion of a railway through Rhyme and Auburn to Clare of great importance to the district; and, having the opinion of Mr. Hamilton, he believed the route was very suitable-whereas, if the branch started off from near Saddle worth it wo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 23 August 1867

ftOBB <fc eo.'S ROYAL MAIL V/ COACHES are despatched from Kapunda for Clare, Bona, Port Augusta, Blinman,/and Oafcalpa as follows:-. ? CLARE and BURRA-DAILY, about 10 a.m. ' PORT AUGUSTA-Every WEDNESDAY and SAUTED AY. BLINMAN and OUTALPA-Every SATUR DAY. . No parcels will be forwarded unless prepaid 142c E. NICHOLLS, Agent. REGISTER FOR FEMALE SER VANTS,-MBS. DATSON, GROQEB and DRAPER, MAIN-STREET, VICTORIA,: . Next Door, to Dr..Blood's/. General Labor Office for Male and Female Servants , ~ . ,, . .. 73-124 - Engineer-in Chiefs Office, Adelaide, ' j . Aagtist 8, 1867. jgOUTH AUSTRALIAN RAILWAYS. ROSEWORTHY AND FORBESTERS LINE. TENDERS will be received at this office until 12 o'clock Boon on Wednesday, the 28th inst., for the supply of about 37,000 CROSS SLEEPERS, to be delivered on the proposed Line of Railway between Roseworthy Station and Stockport. The Sleepers mast be of the best quality of Red Gum, perfectly sound in every respect, and must bold to the specified dim...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 23 August 1867

TO A DVERTISERS in the KAPUNDA HERALD.-The following is the SCALE of DISCOUNTS on Advertisements 11 the KAPUNDA HERALD, when prepaid: insertions8.. [ Sd*in the ShillinB>or 25 percent, 'insertion !.!} Sjd.intheShilling,or29jpercent. during^rtr.} theShilling, or38$percent. The Scale of Charge B is as follows: Two lines ... One Shilling. Three lines ... One Shilling and Sixpence. Four lines ... Two Shillings. Five lineB ... Two Shillings and Sixpence. Six lines Two Shillings and Sixpence. Each line more Four-pence. Figore,or Table-work Advertisements,charged at sixpence per line throughout. The KAPUNDA HERALD has nowan exten sive circulation all over the Northern Countiy? Including Gawler, Sheaoak Log7 Greenock, Nuri ootpa, Angaston, Stockwell, Truro, North and South Rhine, LyndochValley, Moorundee. Stopk port, Linwood, Gilberton, Rhyme, the Wakefield,J Biverton, Saddleworth, Auburn, Mintaro Leas ingham, Watervale, Penwortham, Clare,; &runt Remarkable, Port Augusta Redruth, ...

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KAPUNDA MARKET PRICES. "Kapunda Herald" Office, Friday, August 23, 1867. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 23 August 1867

KAPUSDA MARKET PRICES. "Kapunda Herald" Office,Friday, August 23, 1867. Wheat 3/6 per bushel Flour per ton, £lOjlO Ditto per bag, 23a Brail per bushel, Is Gd Pollard psr bushel, 1/2 to 1/3 Hay, new, per ton*-.£2/5 Beef per lb, 3d to 4d Mutton, ditto, 2d and 3d Pork, ditto, ditto, 7d to 8d Steaks, and chops ditto, 4d Hams and bacon, ditto, .Is 6d Butter per lb-Fresh, lOd Eggs per dozen, /.10 Potatoes, old, 7/6 per ewt.; Id. per lb. Ditto new 2£d per lb.

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ADELAIDE CO[?]N MARKET. Adelaide, August 22, 1867. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 23 August 1867

ADELAIDE CO .N MARKET. 1: Adelaide, August 22, 1867. Wheat-and Flour have still further receded in -nralue during the past week, and transactions were confined to local consumption. Barley and Oats remain quite neglected. Bran and Pollard are in moderate demand. General business is still very d 1L Our quotaticns to-day are as follow: . Wheat, in Town, 4/2 to 4/3 per bushel; at the Effort, 4/3; Fldu'f, jEtO to'Sli- per ton; Bran, /9 to /9| per bushel; Pollard, lj to 1/15 Cape Bar- I ley, 2/9 to 3/; English ditto, 3/6 to 4/3; Cape ; Oats. 2/6 to 31; English ditto, 3/6 to 41. \ A. F. CHRISTEN & CO. j

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