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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 6 September 1867
MARRIAGE. ALLEN-COOMBE.-On the 4th September, at the Congregational Church, Kapunda, by the Rev. M. Williams, B.A., John William Allen, farmer, to Mary, eldest daughter of Mr Thomas Coombe, farmer, both of Biver Light.
CORRESPONDENCE. THE PRINCE'S RECEPTION. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 6 September 1867
CORRESPONDENCE. THE PRINCE'S RECEPTION". TO THE EDITOR. Sir-I was mighty amused at your member's (Mr. Coglin) blow at Greenock; bow be was trying to gull you all entirely, by telling you bow be bad acted for you, and bow be intended to fight for yees in the time to come. Now, may I just ask ye a question-where was Tie and his assistant (Run-so-well) on Wednesday last, when one of the members for the Port was fighting for your getting a share of the spoil that was being spilt in town by the Committee for the' deception of jEI.R.II. de Due de Embro,* as Mr. McTarvish ca'e him. I think your members-both of whom have good lungs-should have sounded their trumpets in your favour, as well as 'the Port member. Te ought to be muekle obliged to thatSfcrange-w&y of doing business-appointing 300 on a Committee, and then a way of saying after they have nothing to do, that they are done with-the acting Committee having power to do everything and nothing, spending their thousands in town w...
THE KAPUNDA HERALD. Friday, September 6th, 1867. THE KAPUNDA INSTITUTE. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 6 September 1867
THE KAPUNDA HERALD. Friday, September-6th, 1867. THE KAPUNDA INSTITUTE. The present is in one sense a very pro pitious time for advocating afresh the claims of our Institute, inasmuch as the Go vernment now in office has manifested a spirit of liberality, in respect to local efforts for erecting suitable premises, deserving of general commendation. It is to be re gretted that, viewed apart from this con sideration, owing to the inactive state of trade and the general depression which has so long continued, there is not equal en couragement for the Committee to endea vour to collect the necessary funds for the purpose. Still, as there is no knowing what can be done until an effort has really been put forth, the Committee have laud ably determined that want of exertion on their part shall not be the obstacle in the way of.getting, with the aid of the Govern ment, an Institute building worthy of the town in which we dwell; and this they are the rather led to do inasmuch as the Institut...
STOCKPORT. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 3. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 6 September 1867
STOCKPORT. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 3. Present the Chairman and all the members. Clerk to write to the HOD. the Commissioner of Crown Lands for £100 in aid of rates. The following tenders were accepted, viz., Toseland's for JE3 101 for repair of Creek near his place, W. Watson's for repair of road near Mr lnglis'?, £5. Tenders to bfi called for the following works-viz., road near Fergusson's, ford at Secamp's,road neariLewiB's, ditto Brackenridge's, ditto Eilpatrick's, Pamp Creek, and road near Branson's. Clerk to call for arears of rates by advertisement. Receipts, £10 18/1. Payments, £35 14/.
THE MURRAY TRAMWAY. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 6 September 1867
TAB MURRAY TRAMWAY. The Committee appointed to take the neces-. sary steps for bringing afresh before the Houses of Parliament the urgent necessity of a tramway from Xapnnda to tbe Biver Murry, hare so far concluded their labours that in the early part of the week the memorials were ready for presen tation, each of them bearing, if we mistake cot, a much larger number of signatures than any peti tion hitherto presented to the Parliament in sup port of any projected public work. These sig natures . have this additional value-that BO far from having been collected in and around Kapunda, the majority have been obtained from Adelaide, Port Adelaide, and also from tbe town ships to the north of Kapunda; thus showing i that the inhabitants of those places regard the movement as one of general importance, and riot as merely of local interest. It is almost needless to recapitulate the reasons wMob have boon tubaneej in favour of the work, but still we may briefly allude to those set forth i...
DISTRICT COUNCILS. KAPUNDA. SATURDAY, AUGUST 31. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 6 September 1867
DISTRICT COUNCILS. KAPUNDA. SATURDAY, AUGUST 31. Present-Mr W. Jeffs (Chairman), Councillors White, Kelly, Wiodeoaak, and HazeL Minutes of last meeting read and confirmed. Resolved, that the deviation of all roads be deferred until the Council are in funds; that John Daly go on with contract at Howe's, and cut it six feet wider, and half a chain longer; that tenders be invited for twenty cube yards more metal, and the removal of stumps on road from Bagot's Well towards Mr Moody's, on the River Light. Two tenders received, 2/5 and 2/6, for the removal of stumps on the Anlaby-xoad. Resolved, that John Woolcock's tender for 2/5 per stump be ac cepted. Five tenders received ranging from £12 14/6 to £26, for forming a crossing at Sandy Creek; resolved that John Daly's for £12 14/6 be accepted. Resolved, that tenders be invited for drains and removal of fence, near R>ss's Creek, near Mr Hazel's; that D. Davies receive 11/ for the completion of his contract; that Clerk order a letter co...
RECEPTION OF THE DUKE OF EDINBURGH. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 6 September 1867
RECEPTION OF THE DUKE OF EDINBURGH. A meeting of the Working Committee was held on Friday evening last, His Worship the Mayor in the Chair. Apologies having been read from several of the members absent, Mr Elliott (hon. Secretary J read replies, to the circulars issued, from - the Mayors of Glenelg, Fort Adelaide, and Gawler : and Mr Oldham mentioned that he had seen the Mayor of Kensington and Norwood, who agreed to the proposed j tint action. After hearing the report of the deputation it was, however, agreed that (the Government having given a satisfactory answer to the deputation, agreeing to the appor tionment of the vote) no further action need be taken in the matter, and the hon. Secretary was requested to communicate on the subject to the various Mayors. The deputation then gave a report of their re ception by the Chief Secretary, who agreed that the various towns visited should be subsidized, but required that plans and estimates of decora tions, &c., should be submi...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 6 September 1867
TO HOTEL KEEPERS, CAPITALISTS, i AND OTHERS: . VALUABLE FREEHOLD PROPERTY IN WATERLOO TOWNSHIP. HOTEL AND ALLOTMENTS. AT CRASE'S ROOM, KAPUNDA. - On SATURDAY, September 21, at 2 o'clock. TAMES WHITE has received instruc tions from Mr. William Mahood, to sell, 88 above All that Part Section of LAND, situate in the Hundred of Waterloo, numbered 100, and containing Fifty-one Acres or thereabouts, on whichis erected the well-known and Commo dious PUBLIC HOUSE known as the WEL LINGTON HOTEL. This Hotel is most Sub stantially Bnilt of Stone; is Nearly New; and contains Ten Gopd Rooms. There is also -a Good -Stone Stable of Six Stalls, with Hay Loft over. These Premises will be sold subject to a Lease to the present occupier, for an unexpired Term of Six Tears, at a good annual rental. After the above, will be sold 23 Quarter-Acre ALLOTMENTS in Water loo Towjighip. ... . The Auctioneer would call particular attention to the Sale of this- Valuable Property, ;beinj situated midway on the mai...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 6 September 1867
T0 A D VET? T I^S E R S in tile . KAPUNDA HEBALD.-The following is the SCALE of DtSCOUNTS on Advertisements n tiie KAPUNDA HERALD, when prepaid:- j insertions?..£ sd* ^the or 25 percent, insertion !.!} Sjd.intheShilling,or29i percent, duritil^m. \ 4d.in.theShilling, or 33* percent. The Scale of Chargesis as follows: Two lines ... One Shilling. Three lines .. One Shilling and Sixpence. Four lines ... Two Shillings. Five lines ... Two Shillings and Sixpence. Six lines... ... Two Shillings and Sixpence. Each line more Four-pence. . Figore,orTahle-work Advertisements, charged, at sixpence per line throughout. The KAPUNDA .HERALD has now an exten sive circulation all. oyer the Northern, Country, including Crawler, SbOaoak Log, Greenock, Nuri ootpa^ Angaston, Stockwell, 'Trnro, North and South Bhine, LyndochValley, Moorundee fitook port, Linwood, Gilberton, Bhynie, the Wakefield, Biverton, Saddleworth, Auburn, Mintaro Leas inghatn, Watervale, Penwoiiham, Clare, licunt Hemarkable, PortAugu...
ADELAIDE CORN MARKET. Adelaide, September 5, 1867. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 6 September 1867
ADELAIDE CORN MARKET. Adelaide, September 5, 1867. I The Wheat and Flour market remained very dull during the week. We have no transactions nor improvement to report, and we hardly ex pect to see higher pricss before more vessels are obtainable for transmission of grain to the home markets. Prices are quite nominal as under : Wheat in town, 4/ per bushel; do. at Port, 4/2 to 4/3; Flour, £10 to £11 per ton; Bran, /9 to /9£ per.bushel; Pollard, 1/to 1/1; Cape Barley, 2/9 to 31; English do., 3/6 to 4/; Oats, 3/ to 4/. A. F. CHRISTEN & CO.
KAPUNDA MARKET PRICES. "Kapnnda Herald" Office, Friday, September 6, 1867. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 6 September 1867
KAPUNDA MARKET PRICES. "Kapnnda Herald" Office, Friday, September 6, 1867. Wheat 3/7 per 'bushel Flour per ton, £10/10 Ditto per bag, 22s Bread, per 2lb loaf, 4d Ditto per lb 2d Bran per bushel, Is Od Pollard par bushel, 1/2 to 1/3 Hay, new, per ton-£2j Beef per lb, 3d to 4d Mutton, ditto, 2d and 3d Fork, ditto, ditto 5d to 6d Steaks, and chops ditto, 4d Hams ditto, Is 6d bacon , iod Butter per lb-Fresh, 9d to lOd Eggs per dozen, /6 Potatoes, old, 7/ per cwt.; Id. per lb. Ditto new 2 Jd per lb. Geese, 4s 6d to 5b scarce Turkeys, 4s to 5s
LOCAL COURT—KAPUNDA. MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 9. [Before J. S. Browne, Esq., S.M.] ST. GEORGE V. PACKER. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 13 September 1867
LOCAL COURT-E.APUNDA. MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 9. [Before J. S. Browne, Esq., S.M.] ST. GEORGE V. PACKER. This was a claim for £2, for breaking in a colt. Mr Budall for plaintiff. Mr Robert St. George examined. By Mr Budall-Was a coltbreaker; knew the defendant; in 1862 sold him a horse for £6; delivered it; it was not quite broken in; after wards broke in two horses for him-one a grey horse and the other a black filly; was to have £2 for breaking in the grey horse; was to break in the filly for a debt due to defendant j broke in the horses and defendant fetched them away ; he still owed witness the £2, which had not been paid. By defendant-Could not say the day that the horses were taken away j it was in Decem ber, 1866, to the best of his belief; never broke in any other horses; owed £8 at the time he sold defendant the grey horse for the balance due for a cart bought from defendant, of which £6 was paid by a horse, leaving witness £2 still in debt to defendant j agreed to pay for the ca...
THE SULTAN IN ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 13 September 1867
THE SULTAN IN ENGLAND. On Friday, July 12, for the first time in England's history, the great chief of the Mussul man race, the representative of the long line of Caliphs and Sultans whoBe power, a little more than a century ago, was the dread of Western Europe, landed on our shores. The arrival of the Sultan therefore was an event of extraordi nary significance even in the visits of sovereigns,, and,though no great State pageantry was devised, still in effectiveness and in enthusiasm his recep tion equalled any of thoBe former ceremonies at Dover, not even excepting that which welcomed the Emperor and Empress of the French. It was some time before the Imperial vessel could be brought easily alongside the pier, and the instant it was moored the Prince of Wales, with the Duke of Cambridge, descended the gangway and went on board. Then only did the Saltan emerge from his state cabin, and, advancing along the deck, greet both his illustrious visitors with much deference. Ac cording to ...
GOLDEN GIFTS. CHAPTER XV. WINNIR'S PROSPECTS. "It is not meet that to the fragrant blossom The rugged briar should change; the bitter fir Distil Arabian myrrh."—BRYANT." [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 13 September 1867
GOIiDEN GIFTS. BY THE AUTHOB OF " "M" A TIT ATT " TTSBlffOlfT TALE j" ETC. ETC. CHAPTER XV. WINNIE'S PBOSPECTS. "It is not meet that to the fragrant blossom The rugged briar should change; the bitter fir Distil Arabian myrrh."-Bbyant." " AND you will not go back with me ? you have made up your mind to cut us at the Grange, "Winnie?" So said William Aland, as he sat at the door of his uncle's house smoking a pipe, and endeavouring to recover from the fatigue consequent on a hurried and bootless journey; for such he found his to be-"Winnie was not to be moved from her purpose. " No," said "Winnie, firmly; "lam wanted here; and I lik« to stay where I am wanted. I can be of use to father." " I think you are very silly, "Winnie," returned her cousin; " you are shutting yourself up here; burying yourself among trees, and hills, and sheep, till you will become as wild as ever again." " I don't think so," said Winnie; " I don't think so; I shall never be what I was." " I don't think you wil...
INSTITUTE LECTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 13 September 1867
INSTITUTE LECTURE. On Friday evening last the fourth of the new series of monthly lectures in connection with the Kapunda Institute was delivered in Crase's Boom by the President, Mr J. S. Browne, S.M. The attendance though small, was still a de cided improvement in numbers as compared with previous occasions. The Kapunda Band, as usual, was in attendance, and at intervals performed some excellent music. The chair was occupied by Mr Garsed, one of the Vice-Presi dents, who briefly introduced the lecturer. After a few prefaratory remarks, Mr Browne proceeded to show the analogy between actual warfare and the battle of life. The inhabitants of an invaded country might be divided into three classes-those who at once quietly suc cumbed to the enemy but afterwards found the chains of bondage hard to bear; those who carried on a guerilla warfare-men of high courage and great intrepidity-but who offered no red obstacle to the approach of an enemy, owing to their movements being erratic, an...
ARRIVAL OP THE ENGLISH MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 13 September 1867
ARRIVAL OP THE ENGLISH MAIL. The branch steamer arrived at Glenelg with the South Australian portion of the English mail on Sunday last, being again before the con tract time. The newspaper dates are to July 26, and the later telegrams to August 10. The following items of intelligence are compiled from the papers to hand, and front the late telegrams published in the metropolitan journals : The Queen and the other members of the Boyal Family had been busily engaged in the reception ol royal visitors-the Sultan of Turkey and the Pacha of Egypt, also of the Belgian Volunteers; naval reviews, state balls, &c., having been the order of the month preceding the departure of the mail, The Empress of the French spent a few days with the Queen, incognito, at Osborne. The Princess of Wales was so far convalescent as to be able to take airings in the Park. She was shortly to visit the German watering places. On the 15th of July the Beform Bill was read a third time and passed in the Ho...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 13 September 1867
Ail rights of republication are reserved. Holloroays Oin'ment and Pills.-? Never netrlect a Cold.-It is painful to hear of the many fatal cases wbicb commenced with the ordinary symptomf> of a common cold. Hollo way's Ointment, rubbed upon the back and ches t, prevents all disastrous consequences ; it soothes the inflamed lining of both throat and chest. After rubbing in the Ointment for a few days, the pectoral irritation and the tightness of breathing diminish, the cough becomes looser and less frequent, and the phlegm is expectorated with less difficulty, till the lungs become free and respiration natural. All subject to take cold from slight exposure to varying tempera tures, will find Holloway's Soothing Ointment and Purifying Pills an effective safeguard against pleurisy, bronchitis, asthma, and consumption. Advt. A W AliXH 1JN Ijr. DO you suffer from physical iucapacity ? Are you sufferh g from nervous debility? Have you been the guilty vie 'tim of any secret vice? Do you ...
THE LECTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 13 September 1867
THE LECTURE. In the evening Crase's large room was very comfortably filled to hear Mr. David Davies lecture in English on "The Welsh Pulpit." The chair was taken at 7 o'clock by Mr. J. Davies, of Gawler. The proceedings were commenced by the Welsh choir singing a piece of music in a very creditable manner; after which, the chair man remarked that they had met that evening to hear something about the Welsh Pulpit. Most of them present knew something about the subject; but still there were many whom he thought knew little of it. He was exceedingly glad to see so many of then- English friends present. For although England took their land away, and very nearly the people, yet there were some things they could not take away-and those were their religion and their language. (Applause). For his part, however, he would not wish it to be in better hands. It had been prophesied that they should lose their land, but not their religion or their language ; and that had been literally fulfilled. ...