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KAPUNDA MARKET PRICES. "Kapunda Herald" Office, Friday, January 11, 1867. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 11 January 1867
KAPUNDA MARKET PRICES. . V Kapunda Herald " Office, Friday, January 11. 1867. QBAIN AND FODPEB - Wheat, 3s 2d per bushel "Flour per ton, £10 10/ Ditto pert)ag, 24s - Ditto per lb 2d Batter per lb, )e 5d Eggs per dozen, Is Cieese, colonial Is B&rley, Gape, do 2/6 Ditto English, ditto, no quotations Hay, newy per . ton-10/ ? Ditto old, loose, £4 -~ Ditto trussed, ditto - Ditto chaffed, ditto £4 10/ Branper bushel, Is 3d Pollard par buehel, 1/6 PROVISIONS Bread, per 21b loaf, 4d Beef per lb, 4d to 6d , Mutton, ditto, 4d to 6&lt;1 Potatoes, new, Id. per lb. Pork, ditto, ditto, 8d to 9d " Steaks, and chops ditto, 5d to 6d Hams and bacon, ditto, Is 4d. . Turkeys, 4s to 6s Ducks, ditto, 4s, very scarce. Geese, 4s 6d to 5s scarce FBOTT AND VEGETABLES Cabbages, 3d to 6d each Potatoes, new 8/6 per cwt._ Parsnips, id per bunch. Onions, 2d per pound Gooseberries, 6d per quart Cherries, 6d to 8d per pound : Loquats, 6d per Jb. Applee, 6d per pound Apricots, 6d per dozen . Plums, ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 11 January 1867
TO A D VER TIS E R S in the KAPUNDA HERALD.-The following is the SCAL£ of DISCOUNTS on Advertisements n the KAPUNDA HERALD, when prepaid 3-^ insertions8..} "ith® Shilling, or 25 percent. ^i'lWOTtic^ 3$d.in the Shilling, or 29^ per cent. during^rfc ^4d. in theShilling, or 38$ percent. The Scale of ChargeB is as follows: Two lines ... One Shilling. Threetines One Shilling and Sixpence. Four lines .... Two Shillings. JtTive lines ... Two Shillings and Sixpence. Six lines... ... Two Shillings and Sixpence. Each linemore Font-pence. l?igtire,orTahle-work Advertisements,charged at sixpence :per line throughout, The KAPUNDA HERALD will hare an exten sive circulation all over the Northern Country, including Gawler, Sheaoak Log, Greenock, Nuri ootpa, ^Angaston, Stockwellf -Truro, North and South Rhine, Lyndoch Valley, Moorundee. Stopk port, Linwood, Gilberton, Rhyni^ the Wakefield, Biverton, SaddleWorth, Auburn, Miiita.ro Leas ingham, Watervale, Penwortham, Clare, Ikeunt Remarkable, Fort Aug...
FLOY; (Continued from our last.) CHAPTER XV. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 18 January 1867
*V L 0 ¥ ; A TALE, BT . " LETTI-E JAGOB." (Continued jrom our. last.} CHAPTER XV* . Captain West tad no sooner arrived at home tbanhe was waited upon by Leslie, who againjpbade overtures for Floy's hand, alleging; for his reason for so doing die sudden;ebange in~ his fortunes.! They : were closeted together for above, an hour, which, seemed. one of the longest ever known ia.Ilo/s calendar, as she arranged ana rearranged , the flowers in the' hall; vases, ifijuatiently waiting.the termination. of .their prolonged mtei^ew.' .Bheihad" been a good; giri-ferbidding any ^visits ffpm, her lover -To . dia&ig her papa's absence $ .though, tbj be.sui!6: she could not help meeting1 him eoi fwk quenitly in her mormng and-- evening rambles; and the time passedaway sp very nsuch -aiore delightfully. in his com-. pany than when, alone that she >- could nojb: .fiiid it in her heart tosend him away. He' had.givep. up his practice^ "'such as .it was, ;to ©r. Bairdj the then resident phy4 s...
SELECTED POETRY. HER PILGRIMAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 18 January 1867
SELECTED POETRY. HER PILGRIMAGE. The snow-flakes floated many a star To earth from pale December's skies, When a fair&lt;fef>irit from afar Smiled through an infant's -violet eyes. - And aa she sweetly breathed, the hours Woye,&lt;like a robe of gossamer, : 1 AU grace about her, -while the flowerfc - Their tints and perfumes gave to her. In aifter fcime^ when ..violets grew, - Andpale anemones veiled the land, Shedrdoped her modest eyes -of blue, ' : And gave to love her maiden hand. : IVrar times theholyangels came, Togreether^thadear unrest; Abd/inamothef's BaintJy name, , iieft a young angel on her breast. At hst, her gentle face grew pale As the anemones of Spring ; And whiter; than the bridal veil" . Was that in which she took her wing. And than that fixed despair more white, r Softly the stars, in feathery, snows, : Came, covering with «erener Jight Her folded hands, her meek repose.- - Pale stars, through which the' Night looked. ' ' down, " ' V TJntil they...
AUBURN. January 15, 1867. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 18 January 1867
AUBURN. rFrom our own Correspondent.! January 15, 1867. I On Thursday last, 10th instant, a Missionary .meeting was held in the Town Hall; the at tendance waavery small; after singing a hymn and prayer being offered theBev. Mr Titherington taok the chair, and having stated the object of the meeting, called on the Rev. Mr Field, whose address was of a very interesting character was listened to with great attention. The He v. Mr Keen also addressed the meeting, after which a collection was made; the doxology haying been : sung, the Rev. Mr Field closed the meeting by offering prayer. We have had some very warm weather lately, on Saturday the thermometer stood at 105° in the shade, however a change .took place on Monday evening, and einoe then the weather has been delightful. Iam sorry to state that, the rain on Monday did great damage at Bice Creek, the creek being flooded, and much wheat de stroyed. On Friday last a large fire broke oat some miles north-east of Auburn, about 5,000 ac...
HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 18 January 1867
HOUSE OP ASSEMBLY. On Thursday-, in answer to Mr Stow, the Chief Secretary said that no person had yet been fixed upon to proceed to the Northern Territory to fix the site for the land to be sur veyed. The amendments of tbe Council on the Fort Wakefield Tramway Bill were considered, and as some of them involved questions of privilege, a fresh Bill, was ordered to be brought in, which was passed through all its stages. The amendments in the Testamentary Causes Bill were also considered, and certain of them dissented from. The Fencing of Pastoral Lands Bill was intro duced by the Government, and read a first and second time; but as in Committee certain ? clauses were struck out, the Commissioner of . Crown Lands moved ' That the Chairman leave the Chair,' which, being carried, the measure was thrown out. Various papers having been laid on the table, the House adjourned after the Chief Secretary - had stated the prorogation would take place at 3 o'clock on the following day. On Friday ...
PARLIAMENTARY. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 18 January 1867
PAKLIA M RNMK * . LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. On Thursday, the Roseworthy and Forresters Railway and the Port Lincoln Main Roads Bills were read a first titae, and subsequently passed through the remaining stages. In answer to a question as to 'whether the salary of the Manager of Waterworks had not been held over in consequence, of irregularities in his accounts,' the Commissioner of Public .Works stated that in one instance bis salary had been withheld until certain enquiries by the . Auditor-General were answered Mr Baker's motion for production of docu ments constituting His Excellency Governor of the Northern Territory was carried.. The Commissioner of .Public Works laid on the table the Port Wakefield Tramway Bill No. 2, which had been initiated in the Lower House, embodying the amendments of the. Legislative Council in the previous Bill, to'have assented to which the members of the Lower House con sidered would have been an infraction of their privileges. Some of the hon. members ob...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 18 January 1867
Ointmnt and PillsV There is noiguestaon whatever that rheumatism, neuralgia* and lite- pamfol 'iAiiladiee^ *re How prevailing amongst a large proportion' of ourpopulation. The numberof testimonf&ls tff cures.. e^fested .by Hollo way's retnfediesiis unprecedented, -and should lie enforced on the attention, of all sufferers . fromtbese complaints. The parts in pam should be . fomented for soimfe nrinute^ithwarm brine, dried,srMinnne(3iately %fc"ell rubed with She Ointment. . It will patfa'into the porepoftheskin, and gi vet the greatest1 relief. Many valuable Jives are Annually Lost whi&lt;& ntaght; be; saved- if early recourse' in illness '' f*ere made to these remarkable remedies, which urnst necessarily prove beneficial, andcannotdo lBUBS.rr-Advt.:- ?» . V,-.' ». :i_--,-r ? '? : 11 :';l ;:1 S AL E OF/ CRO Wf ' kXftDS THURSDAY, JANUARY 24*1867.. .' -CJro*ra Lands Office! Adelaide^ . December lS; 1866. IVTOTrCE is herdjy^giyen that; the fol lowing portions iif...
LOCAL COURT—KAPUNDA. MONDAY JANUARY 14, 1867. Before J. S. Browne, Esq., S.M.] DEFENDED CAUSES. KRUSLER V. QUIGG. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 18 January 1867
LOCAL COURT-&A.PUNDA. MONDAT?,JAN0AEY 14, 1867. | Before JVS. Browne, Esq., S.M.J DEFENDED CAUSES. . KBCSLER V. QDIGG. This was a case of. disputed contra-accounts. Mr Budall for plaintiff; Mr Brady for de fendant. The plaintiff in this .case was examined, and produced his ledger; but not having his day book with, him, the case had" to be adjourned to next Court day, plaintiff to pay costs of the day. MAGISTERIAL. Edward Kavenagh was brought up on a re manded charge of bigamy, but the police having Btated that they were not prepared with evidence in support of the charge-the one witness sum moned not appearing-the prisoner was dis charged. . The same prisoner was then brought up on a charge of deserting his wife and family, but was remanded until the next Court day, bail being allowed-himself in £50, and two sureties in £20 each.:
THE TWELFTH INTERCOLONIAL CHAMPION RACE. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 18 January 1867
THK arWEUTH XNTBBCOMNIit CHAMpioN" ~KACE.j Asweepstakes of -50 sovs., ^ialf-forfeit," with 1,000 80vs. added. Three jta. old, 7 st.lllb. ;? 4 yrs., 9st.; 5 yra.t 9st. 6lb.^ 6 yta. aiid: agfed, 9 st. 13 lb. Mires and geldings allowed 3 lbs. Second hbrse to receive 100 sovs., and the third to save Ms stake. - Three miles. ; ifr .Jonh Tait'a br.c. The -Barb, by Sir Hercnies.3 yrs. (Stanley)... ... ... 1 Mr John Tait'a br.h. Volunteer, by New Warrior, aged^Ashworth)... ... ... 2 Mr'E. M,. Bagotfs gr.f. Cowra, by Fisher man, 4 yrs. (Kavenagh). . Mr Cf. B.. Fished b. or ro.f. Seagull, by . Fisherman, 3 yrs. (A. Davis).: MrC- B. Fisher's b.c. Fishhook,by Fisher nian, S yrs. (Walsh), bolted. Betting-Even;on the Barb; 5 to 2 against Volunteer ; 5 to 2 against Seagull j '6 to 1 agj^nst Fishhook; 12 to 1 against Cowra. The flag fellto abeautifnl start rat tTJefirst attempt, ahd the lot got well off in -a cluster,: Barb rushing to. the front in the first few strides, Seagull jvaitipgon him, Fis...
DISTRICT COUNCILS. BELVIDERE. MONDAY, JANUARY 14. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 18 January 1867
DISTRICT COUNCILS. BELVIDERE. Mont>ay, January 14. Present- Councillors Flavel (Chairman), Kerr, and Kickebuscli. Tenders were received from four applicants for the offices of Clerk, Valuator, Collector, Sur veyor, and Banger-and two for Valuator and Collector only. Resolved, that Mr Michael Green's tender be accepted for the whole of the offices cpmbined, -at £107 per annum. .Resolved, that the days of meeting be changed to the second and fourth Saturday in each month, at 3 p.m., the next meeting..to lake place on Saturday, 26th inst. Besolved, that the Chairman be appointed Treasurer. Besolved, that Councillor Eickebusch try and find a place for an office, and to report at next meeting. Letter received from Mr T. W. Lyons about maps. Terms accepted.
VICTORIAN CHAMPION RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 18 January 1867
VICTORIAN CHAMPION RACES. The fire horses which-accepted for the Chain-' piop Race all came to the post,' Th6 Barb toeing at last the selected of thte backers of this Sydney stable. Mr Tait made'ho declaration, except that his two horses would/both ran tifwin; and die' eaae wStfa-which the Sir Hercul& bolt von th'e'vejy fastest three-milia race aver Tuiti on this side of the equator shows that the confidence felt and J publicly exprewed by Mr Tait ui.Ms pair of ri&gs'was indeed well grounded' 'on facets.. It may be remarked tbatthe Champion Race was not; cloSely! cofifcested, and the finish therefore uninteresting; but it has also to. be obsqiyed that there Has'hiBvfer been a tjhree milerun in tjies£ e&onifesinthe time occiipted in this «vent-five minutes and. thirty-eight Aecondp, beating '- the' ;perfbrman'ce8 of Strop, Tarragon, -Volunteer, &c;; eo that if there was nothing x&ar thewinnef iat thie finish, i,t' only proves that. In Mr Tait'e...
CORRESPONDENCE. OUR JUNIOR MEMBER. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 18 January 1867
CORRESPONDENCE. OUR JUNIOR MRivrRg.Tt; TO THE EDITOR. Sir^-Ia theHouse of Assembly, on Friday, 11th January, 1867, attention was drawn to the fact that Mr Rounsevell bad been absent from his seat more than twenty-one days with out explanation, contrary to the Standing Orders. After reading the above I went to sleep and dreamt that I was at a public meeting |n_ Kapunda, convened lor the purpose of suitably rewarding Mr Rounsevell for his past services. . .. The chair was occupied by Dr. Comical. The principal speakers in favour of the measure were Captain Mullronev, J.P. (Judge of Pig skins)^ and Mr "W. Cbldham. After displaying all the eloquence they were masters of they sat down, having made things worse by exposing them. The Chairman asked if any one had a proposition to make, wben little Tommy,'the bellman, mounted on a chair and said that Mr Rounsevell had .no right to a seat' in the House of Parliament:; the right place for him was a seat on the coach-box j and he would pro pos...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 18 January 1867
ITIO. A DVERTISBES iiu the JL KAPDMDA HEEAI®:-The follo^ng is the SCALE of DISCOUNTS on Advertisements n the KAPUNDA HERALD, when prepaid in Shilling, or 25 percent. 8^.^%Sinffi^,«r29ipercent. ^ tteSMmng,orS3iper«ent. ' 1 The; Scale a!. ChargeB is as follows: . Two lines ... -One Shifting. - Three lines r..: One Shilling and Sixpence. .'Four lines. ... Two-Shillings. ; ?? -1 Five lines' ...'' Two .Shillings and Sixpence. .: SixlineB... ~ ... TwoShillings and Sixpence. Each line more ? Four-pence. . Figare,or Table-work Advertisements, charged >t':" "" : The KAPUNDA HERALD will hare an exten sive circulation all. over .the Northern Country, including Gawler, Sbeaoak Logr Greenoek,Nuri tjoipa^'Anga^on, StddpreUjTroro, North and 8outh"Kime,I!iyt»d6chValley, Moorundee- Stock port, Linwood, Gilberton, Rhynie,the Wakefield, Jirrerton, Saddleworth, Auburn, Mintaro ?Lvas-! Ingham, Watervale, Penwortham, Glare,.iwunt Remarkable, Fort Augusta Redruth, I&jonnga, B1 wife springs, Apo...
ADELAIDE CORN MARKET. Adelaide, Thursday, January 17. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 18 January 1867
ADELAIDE CORN MARKET. Adelaide, Thursday, January 17. During the past week heavy transactions in Wheat took place, and the price was rising till within a day or two since, when large quantities were offering, and in consequence of which, the valuereceded again. Most buyers are now only offering 4/ per bushel, this being the limit for tnost orders on hand for shipment to England and elsewhere. ; . Hardly any ^business is being done in Flour just now, and the market is &lt;dull at quotations. Bran and Pottaid are much easier.' We have no business to report in Barley and Oats. Our quotations to-day are Wheat, 4/ to 4/2 per bushel j Flour, £10 10/ to £11 10/ per ton ; Bran, jio to /II per bushel; Pollard, 113 to /14; Barley, 2/9 to 3/; English do., 3/6 to 4/6; Cape Oats, 3/ to 3/6; English do., 3/6 to 4/6. A. F. CHRISTEN & CO.
KAPUNDA MARKET PRICES. "Kapunda Herald," Office, Friday, Jannary 18, 1867. GRAIN AND FODDER— [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 18 January 1867
KAPUNDA MARKET PRICES. " Kapunda Herald," Office, Friday, Jannary £8, J?6?*. ^ Gftjun ahd FODDER - . . .' Wheat, 3B 4d per bushel*5 . Flour^per ton, JEIO 10/ : Ditto per bag, 23s . \ t Ditto i>er lb 2d **" ;; > * 'Butter per lb, is 6d Eggs perdozen, Is Cheese,"'colonial Is Barley, Cape, do 2/6 Ditto English, ditto, no quotations Hay, n,ew, per ton-JE5S 10/ V 1 Ditto &lt;>ld, loose, £4 :i v Ditto trussed, ditto ~ B5itd'cti>ffed, ditto £4 10/ Bran per bushel, Is 2d Pollard p^r bushel, 1/4 FKUIT AND VEGETABLES CabbugeB, 5d to 7d each Potatoes, new 8/6 per cwt. Parsnips, 4d per bunch. Onions, 2d per pound Gooseberries, 6d per quart ^ Cherries, 6d to 8d per pouud I/oquats, 6d per lb. Apples, 4d per pound Apricots, 6d per dozen Plums, 8d per quart Pears, 5d per pound Peaches, 6d per dozen