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

LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL ELECTION. On Monday the remaining ballot-boxes having ! been opened, the declaration of the poll wm made in Adelaide by the Returning Officer for the Province, Mr W. R. Boothby, and in so doing he ! remarked that the number of votes polled 6,058, besides 159 informal rotes-was greatly in excess of any previous election. These votes were distributed as follows : Crozier Morgan Solomon ... Verco Rounsevell Wright ... Homersham 4,413 3,169 2,809 2,195 1,870 808 178 He therefore declared Messrs. Crozier, Morgan, and Solomon to be the three geutlemen duly elected aB members of the Legislative Council. The Hoa. J. Crozier then addressed the meet ing, thanking the electors for the high honour they had conferred on him-remarking that he would not enter into the subject of his political convictions, aB these had been pretty well circu lated already. The Hon. W. Morgan moved a vote of thanks to the Returning Officer, and thanked the electors for the position in which they ...

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CLARE. Wednesday, August 21, 1867. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 23 August 1867

CLARE. [From our own ? Correspondent.! Wednesday, August 21,1867. Since last -writing we hare experienced both wet and fine weather, which is very beneficial to the country. The termination of our second election for Councillors resulted in MeBsre. Battler, Bomber, and Trilling being returned; it was quite a busy day, and the interest which was shown evinces that the ratepayers are at last fully alive to their claims. Last week the Wesleyans held services in their ehapel and a tea meeting in 'the hall, when, I have heard, the handsome sum of £160 was pro noised towards the building of the proposed Wes leyan College, to be paid within two years. A meeting is convened to be held on Friday next, relative to the proposed extension of rail way from near Saddleworth, via Auburn and on here, and also as to the petitioning head quarters for the erection of a bridge across the Hutt River immediately south of our township. I must say that I think it high time there was one, for although to my...

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RHYNIE. Thursday, August 22. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 23 August 1867

RHYNIE. p?rom our own Correspondent. 1 Thursday, August 22. 'JL'lie anniversary services in connection with the Wesley an Chapel in thi« place -were held on Sun day and Monday last. On Sunday morning Mr. Thomas, of Orchard Farm, preached to a. very fair congregation, selecting the 14th and 15th verses of the 3rd chapter of John as the basis of his discourse; in the afternoon, the Rev. J. S. Greer delivered an excellent discourse from 2nd Corinthians, 8th chapter and 9th verse, to an overflowing congregation; and in the evening, Mr. Payne, of Salter's Springs, preached to a large and attentive audience from St. Paul's Epistle to the Romans, 5th chapter and 1st verse. Monday was almost considered a holiday here on account of the tea meeting. About half-past 4 in the afternoon people began to throng towards the chapel from all directions, anxious as it were to enjoy the " cup that cheers but not inebriates." After the edibles had been dispensed with (and everyone I believe seemed satis...

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

HAMILTON. {"From our own Correspondent,"] August 20,1867 The first of a series of Sixpenny Readings came off in Mr. Mugg's corn-store on Wednesday evening last, and -was attended with great success. The weather during the early part of the evening bore a threatening aspect; but, notwithstanding, over 100 persons were present. The Rev. J. T. Smyth, of Kapunda, kindly consented to preside. The prologue was recited by Mr. Mugg, and re ceived with great applause. Several other read ings and recitations were given by Messrs. Mugg, Rock, Kelly, and Buckerfield, which seemed to be fully appreciated. The piano was most ably presided over by Mr. Wheatley, of Kapunda; the harmonium by Mr. Rock. During the evening several select pieces were sung in excellent style, by Mr. T. Scott and Dr. Engelhardt. A scene from the tragedy of " Ion" was also given by Messrs. Mugg, Mattey, and Taylor, which met with the appreciation of all present. The Chair man at the close of the meeting stated that he was ...

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KOORINGA. August 21, 1867. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 23 August 1867

KOOitlNGA. fFrom our own Correspondent.] August 21,1867. I An indignation meeting was held at the Burra Hotel last evening for the purpose of protesting against the remarks of several of the defeated candidates at the declaration of the poll by the Returning Officer in Adelaide. The meeting con sidered that the said remarks were quite uncalled for, andmostungentlemanly in the extreme. The Rev. W. L. Stanton," assisted by Messrs. C. Moody, Oehlmann, and A. Stanton, with Misses Stanton, Elplick, and Drew, gave an agreeable entertainment last Wednesday evening at the Burra Hotel, on behalf of the New South Wales Blood Relief Fund. A very large audience was present, .who evinced their satisfac tion by continued rounds of applause. The cum of £7 16s. was collected. Mr. Inspector Watson has just arrived from a tour of inspection to the North-East.

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AUBURN. Thursday, August 22, 1867. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 23 August 1867

AUBURN. rFrom a Correspondent.! Thursday, August 22,1867. | | We have had some delightfuf weather lately, | many of the crops here are beginning to look well. I General satisfaction is felt here at the result of ! the late elections for the Legislative Council. It appears in a letter to you a few weeks ago, the writer committed an error in the name of a town ship, by putting Khynie instead of Saddleworth. Several of the members of the Auburn Mutual Improvement Society met on Monday evening last, and presented Mr. S. Myers (one of the founders of the Society), with two handsome ; volumes, in recognition, of his valuable services as an officer and member of the Society, and to show the esteem in which they held him while amongst them. As in many townships, persons here noticed the beautiful meteor which darted gracefully through the western sky on Saturday evening last; it was indeed a splendid one, and I don't think those persons who saw it will forget the sight for some time to come...

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CORRESPONDENCE. CORPORATION NUISANCES. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 23 August 1867

CORRESPONDENCE. CORPORATION NUISANCES. TO THE KDITOR. Sir-I have occasionally called the attention (through the columns of your journal) of the Corporation to existing nuisances in various parts of the town; will you please again allow me the same privilege. The nuisance of which I hare now to com plain is at the rear of the butcher's shop, op posite Mr. Adamson's row of cottages, in a street near Crase's cattle yards (I don't know its name). Almost every day a number of sheep are slaughtered on a vacant piece of ground in the opan air, the blood and offal from which cause a most abominable stench, enough to poison the whole neighbourhood; and, to heighten the effect, about a score of pigs are occasionally let out of their disgust ing styes to fatten on the accumulation of filth - after each slaughter, adding to the disgust of the nasal organ that of the vision. It is most revolting to any person who may unfortunately, like myself, be compelled to pass that way occasijnally. Suiely ...

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LIGHT. SATURDAY, AUGUST 17. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 23 August 1867

LIGHT. SATUBDAY, AUGUST 17. Present-The Chairman (Mr. Rankine), and Councillors Ghreen, Bald, and Borman. Letter received from Councillor Rruger, apologizing for his absence, and requesting to have his motion for dividing the District into "Wards postponed; Mr. Fisher attended and offered to cut approaches to the Light between Sections 345 and 34fi for the sum of £6, and also to cut drain at 4/6 per chain; offer accepted. Work on hills near Sections 10 and 245 to be advertised and specification to be drawn out; advertisement to be in Kapunda Herald. Creek between Sections 309 and 304 to be made passable, the cost not to be over £6: Chairman requested to have plan and speecifica tion drawn for a culvert over creek near Section 399; tenders to be called for same if possible.

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THE MURRAY TRAMWAY. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 23 August 1867

THE MURRAY TRAMWAY. TO THE EDITOR. Sir-la your issue of the 17 th instant I noticed a letter from a person signing himself " Watch man," who wishes information respecting the progress of the Murray Tramway movement. I beg to inform that gentleman through your columns that the Committee have no intention of allowing the above important object to fall through, or, to use his own words, "die a natural death;" for everything that could be done in connection therewith has been carried out so far satisfactorily. The memorials to both Houses of Parliament, which are very large, ace now nearly ready for presentation; and it is, I believe, the intention of the Committee to com plete all arrangements for that purpose during next week. I may mention in conclusion that the chief cause of delay has been occasioned on account of the Committee not having been able to obtain the required statistics of the Upper Murray at an earlier date than the present. I am, Sir, &c., HENRY J. STOCK, Secr...

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NUISANCES. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 23 August 1867

UTTJISAifCES, TO THE EDITOR. Sir-I think it is quite time there was some step taken to abate the nuisances at present ex isting in our town. True we have an Inspector, but only in name-for his deeds are few and far between. For instance, any one going within range of the pigsties at the back of Cool?s would j want a smelling bottle prettty close to their nose. But it appears to me that our Inspector does nothing but parade about Thomson's corner, and even there he could not see a horse feeding out of a box on the footpath. He seldom goes round the back slums ; if he did he would see plenty of pigs, cattle, and horseB running looBe about. To have such an officer' is quite a farce. Only a week or two back I saw the fire coming out of the chimney top of a certain bank a hurricane; it could be seen all over the town at 9 o'clock in the morning. There has never been a word about that in Court since; perhaps our Inspector banks there, or else he had not his telescope ready so early in the...

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DISTRICT COUNCILS. BELVIDERE. SATURDAY, AUGUST 24. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 30 August 1867

DISTRICT COUNCILS. BELVIDERE. SATUBDAY, AUGUST 24. Present-The Chairman and Councillors Kicke busch, Schmidt, and Jericlu. Minutes of last meeting confirmed. Clerk reported having written to Mr. D. Shannon respecting the closing of a road and the exchanging of a road. Circular re ceived from Commissioner of Crown Lands, ask ing information of Council relative to persons leaving the district for other colonies; informa tion to be forwarded. Mr. Carey -waited on Council objecting to the closing of road between Sections 90 and 91. Letter received from Messrs. Grosser and others, directing the attention of the Council to repairs required on road near Section 341. Letter also received from Mr. Wenke, offering to buy a road near Section 3001; to be inspected. Messrs. Burgess & Co. waited on the Council respecting repairs required on road near Maguirc'e ; to be attended to. Tenders to be in vited for grubbing stumps and cutting a bill near Messrs. Ha.imea and Crawford's corner; to ...

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HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 30 August 1867

HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY. On Friday amongst other questions, Mr. R. I. Stow asked whether it was intended to increase the amount of the grant-in-aid to Corporations and District Councils this year, to which the Treasurer replied that as there was so much unemployed labour, the Parliament would be asked to sanction an increase of 50 per cent. on the usual amount of grants in aid. The Commissioner of Public Worlds' motion for a grant of £2,000 for additions to the Exhibi tion Building on the North Park Lands was then discussed, Mr Coglin arguing that it would be better to vote a sufficient sum for an entirely new building on a more suitable site, in which view, he waB supported by Messrs. Hay and Duffield. The motion was ultimately carried. The Pastoral Leases Bill was laid oa the table and read a first time. The discussion on the motion of Mr Smith for the grant of £1,300 to make good the Port Embankment, was at its close marked by rather a curious incident, that of the mover being com pell...

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NUISANCES. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 30 August 1867

NUISANCES. TO THE EDITOR. Sir-III addition to the facte quoted by "Clean liness" and MSmeIlum" in your last, I beg to inform you that pigs, horses, cows, and goats abound in all the streets east of the Main-street; especially on Sundays. / The north-western end of the town is also s^miarly favoured. I have had my garden destroyed by cows and pigs-so i have my neighbours; and, in fact, I have got nothing yet for my payment of £3 6/ per annum in taxes. I fenced my land by order of the Council, at a cost of £16, some months back; but though footpaths hare "been made in streets farther from the Main-street, none have been made on any of my three frontates. Foolishly trusting to the Corporation, I pulled down a st^ue wall that used to keep tb» pigs out, and put up a six-wire fence; the result is, that I must either build a wall again, or give up my garden. It is of no use impounding cattle, as it. pays the owner to turn them out, as the fee is only a shilling, and they get the value in g...

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THE DUKE'S VISIT. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 30 August 1867

THE DUKE'S VISIT. TO THE EDITOR. [ Sir-Among the many suggestions appear I lag from time to time respecting K.R.H. the Duke of Edinburgh, I see no mention made of an exhibition of fireworks. Now, my opinion is that among the many schemes for amusement, a really good pyrotechnic display would be one of the best. What think you, Mr Editor, shall we follow up our old English customs, and show our loyalty and rejoicing by giving all classes a treat fjto unusual ia this our southern hemis phere) to mark the auspicious event. I am. Sir, &c.. FLARE-UP. ' P.8.-Should Government-or, I should eay the Committee of Management-deny us our right to a portion of the amount voted for the reception, perhaps we can manage it by sub scription; and if my cheque for £-2 2s. will further this object, I shall be happy to forward it to your office.-F. U.

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PARLIAMENTARY. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 30 August 1867

PARLIAMENTARY. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. On Tuesday, in ana*rer to Mr Barrow, the Chief Secretary stated that the Government had discontinued the labour test, in consequence of Uie Central Boad Board being prepared to take op the men at the LynJoch Valley or Greenhill roads; acid & number of men were conveyed to the Greenhill road, but they positively refused to work there and returned to town. About the same time a contractor named Walker came to town offering to employ 150 men on a contract at Mount Barker, where he had already the same number of men employed at good wages, which job would last for some time, and he was prepared to pay them every evening if they liked. The men then wanted to go to Green hill-road again, but the Government declined to Agree to this until Mr Walker was supplied with men ; and the Government undertook to convey such iabourers to Mount Barker, but up to Mon day only fifty could be procured. Meanwhile the Government had numerous applications for emp...

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MUNICIPAL CORPORATION. MONDAY, AUGUST 36, 1867. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 30 August 1867

MtJJNIGIPAL CORPORATION. MONDAY, AUGUST 36, 1867. | Present-HU Worship the Mayor, Councillors I ' Day, Maclaren, Moyle, Nock, Rowett, Tyne, J and Thomson; and the Town Clerk. J The mioutea of the previous general and J special meeting were read and confirmed. I Kead, a letter from Mr Pratten suggesting) certain alteration! at the crossing of the dam. I A letter was read from Councillor Pearce I excusing hia absence, aa he had to be in Ade- I laide. Allowed. I In reply to Hia Worship, the Town Clerk stated that notices had been aerved on owners j of dangerous hole* to fence them. I In answer to His Worship as to the rates j unpaid, the Collector reported that £60 rates l bad been collected since last meeting, but that I there was £317 of rates atill outstanding. I It was resolved that notice be given that pro- J ceedings would be. taken against all ratepayers 1 who had not paid their rates at the expiry of a j fortnight; and further, that placards be posted | to the same effect. { Co...

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FULL JURISDICTION. THURSDAY, AUGUST 22, 1867. [Before J. S. Browne, Esq., S.M., W. Oldham, Esq, J.P., and H. Kelly, Esq., J.P.] APPLICATION. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 30 August 1867

Feu, JURISDICTION. THURSDAY, Aocnsi 22, 1867. iBefire J. S. Browne, Esq., S.M., W. Oldham, Esq, J.P., and H. Kelly, ESQ., APPLICATION. Charles Caupbell, of Sumuerhill, applied for a wine licence, which was granted. DEFENDED CAUSES. WILTSHIRE V. FORD. Action for J£60, damages for breach of contract Mr Brady for plaintiff; Messrs. Stow and Bruce for defendant. Mr Brady stated that he had consented to al low this case to be adjourne<J. without costs. Case to be set down for trial on next Full Court day. TRANTER. V. MCCOBMACK, This was an action for the recovery of a tene ment. Mr Rudall for plaintiff; Mr Brady for de fendant. In this ca.se Mr. Oldham, J.P., had been sub poenaed as a witness, and therefore left the Bench when the case was called on; and as no other magistrate could be procured to form the Full Court> this case was also adjourned for a month. BY the following- paragraph from the Delhi Gazette, it will be seen that Professor Holioway is not content with the ...

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THE KAPUNDA HERALD. Friday, August 30th, 1867. [We are compelled, from press of matter, to hold over our leading article on the Kapunda Institute.] [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 30 August 1867

THE KAPUNDA HERALD. Friday, August 30th, 1867. rWe are compelled, from press of matter, to hold over our leading article on the Kapunda Institute.] WE regret to have to record the oc currence of a wanton outrage by some person at i Fox's Plains Wcslevan Chapel. It appears that one day last week Mr. Fox, who had often been annoyed by the ravages of pigs and cattle m his -wheat, charged damages on a lot of pigs he caught there, at tho rate of one shilling per head, llie .next morning from his own land Mr. Fox noticed that there was sometliing strange in the appearance of the Chapel windows, and on going up discovered thai they had been literally chopped in, not only the frames but the sashes being likewise destroyed, apparently by means of an axe and malice scrub. It is supposed that tho first-named occurrence may have had something to do with the perpetra tion of the latter. Strenuous efforts are being made to detect the guilty party, the trustees having offered a reward of £10 for s...

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LOCAL COURT — KAPUNDA. MONDAY, AUGUST 19. [Before J. S. Browne, Esq., S.M.] APPLICATION. SMALL AND ANOTHER V. LANG[?]AMS. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 30 August 1867

LOCAL COU R.T - lv 1?LTND MONDAY, ACUUST 19. fBefore J. S. BROWNE, Esq., S.M.] APPI-TCATIOH. SMALL AND ANOTHEH V. LANGTJAMB. Mr Paluier (for Mr Brady) for plaintiffs; Mr Ben ham (for Messrs. Stow & Bruce) for de fendant. This was an adjourned application by plaintiffs for review of defendant's osts, allow«i to stand over from the previous week to enable Mr Brady to produce a case in point, showing previous de cision of His Worship disallowing certain coats objected to. Mr Palmer said he had not the case on which Mr Brady relied, bat proceeded to argue that in Local Court practice no costs were allowed when the case was adjourned with the Court-not at the wish of either of the parties. Tint had also been the rule in the Supreme Court with respect to the cases adjourned by Mr Justice Boothby. Mr Benham argued that the fees were justly payable by the losing party, as the delay arose not from any action of the successful party, but by the adjournment of the Court. Application al...

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RECEPTION OF THE DUKE OF EDINBURGH. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 30 August 1867

RECEPTION OP THE DUKE OF EDINBURGH. The first mooting of the General Local Reten tion Committee was hold at Cray's Room on Wed nesday evening, His Worship the Mayor in the oiwir. Th«»rtv was a fait- attendance. The Ciiair luim suited iUat he had received apologies from several of the members of the Committee, who were out of Sapunda, and from others who had prior engagements. A desultory conversation toot place with refo renee to the proposed route to be taken by the Duke on his visit to this place, but there did not appear to be anything definitely known on tliis head. In a conversation as to the necessity for the Executive Committee acquainting the various places on the line of route of the amounts to bo granted to them, Mr. Pearce mentioned that in Adelaide the general impression was that none of the money voted would be spent out of Adelaide, aud suggested that, without waiting to ascertain what assistance they Were to obtain, they should resolve that they would display their lo...

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