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THE LAND SYSTEM. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 27 September 1867
TILE ixA_NX» Sl'STEM!. In the evening another largely attended meeting was held in the same room, on the Land Question. Mr. Prescott being again voted to the chair ; and in opening the proceedings, he stated that many years had elapsed since the present land system lied been devised ; and it was a question for them whether tliat which was beneficial twenty years back was equally so now. It was a matter which demanded calm and careful consideration, and therefore whatever difierences might exist as to any proposed system, he felt that they should all be compared, and something good derived therefrom. The resolutions did not specify any plan for the disposal of tlie waste lands-that .was left for the meeting. Mr. Farrow proposed the first resolution, which was-" That the present circumstances of the Colony demand an alteration in the disposal of the Waste Lands of the Crown." It was not necessary for him to enlarge, but all felt by hard experience tliat. some alteration was needed. Fa...
HAMILTON. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 27 September 1867
HAMILTON. I" From our own Correspondent. 1 Nothing of any note has occurred since my last. The weather during the whole of the week has been very cold and wet; and in con sequence of the great quantity of rain that has fallen, the Kiver Light is uow impassable. On Tuesday last the whole of the stock-in trade and farnituxe belonging to the Hamilton Hotel were sold by public auction. The house, which is in a very da&geroui and dilapidated state, i9 now closed. Our next sixpenny readings will coma off on Wednesday, the 9th of October.
DISTRICT COUNCILS. STOCKPORT. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 17. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 27 September 1867
DISTRICT COUNCILS. STOCKPORT. TDESDAT, SEPTEMBER 17. Present - The Chairman, and Councillors O'Des, Young, and Lawrie. The following tenders were accepted-viz,-Greer's, repairs at Pump Creek, £3 17/6; Kilpatrick's, for repairs at Kilpatriek's, £4 17/6 ; Ayliffe and Manuel, for repairs at Fergusson's, £4 8/; ditto, F&lt;ird at Seacatnp>, £15 19/6; ditto, Ford at Brockenridpe, £14 16/5; Lewie's, metalling at Lewis's, £10. Tenders invited for cutting on Sandhill Creek, at Marooney'a. Payments, £io 11/; receipts, nil.
KOORINGA. September, 25, 1866. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 27 September 1867
KOORINGA. [From oar own Correspondent.! September, 25,1866. The state of the weather in this locality has been decidedly moist, large quantities of rain having fallen, which, as a matter of course, has not improved the state or condition of streets and roadways, nor been conducive of beneficial result a as regards business operations or trans actions. At the Burra Mine tenders have been called for the supply of firewood, which is said to be contiued to the teamsters of the Burra only. 500 tons of ore have been taken from the Burra Creek, and LOU tons obtained from the dressing the halvins. Practical miners say that, if they were allowed to work in the lobby at Beck's they would be sure to meet with good ore iu pay able quantities. On the 15th instant, anniversary services were conducted on behalf of the Primitive Me thodist Chapel, Kooringa. The Rev J Wills preached mormug, afternoon, aud evening to good congregations. On the following Monday a tea aud public meetiug were held, whic...
HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 27 September 1867
HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY. | On Friday, a petition was presented for a j grant of £1,500 to assist in building an Institute I in Gawler. ' in answer to Mr Townsend, the Attorney j General stated that it was not the intention of ! the Government to introduce measures to amend the Electoral Act this session. Mr Coglin's motion for a grant of £750 to supplement private subscriptions to a like amouat for building the Kapunda Institute, was then put and carried. | On the motion of Mr Goglin, the consideration of the motion for a Hallway from Kapunda to the Murray wan postponed, bning made an order of the day for the following Friday. A lengthy discussion took place in Commit tee on Mr Everard's motion for a vote of £1,500, for the erection of a Police Station at Second Valley in place of as proposed in the Estimates at Bullaparinga, which was ultimately carried. The Commissioner of Public Works in conse quence of the previous decision of the House, moved-That free passes on the Railways under Go...
RAILWAY MEETING AT RIVERTON. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 27 September 1867
RAILWAY MEETING AT BIYERTON. A meeting «u held at tbe Riverton Hotel . oo Monday afternoon last for the purpose of j impressing on tbe Government the necessity of j at once pasting an Act authorizing the con struction of the railway northwards through i tbe Valley of the Gilbert. There was a moderately large attendance, in cluding tbe members for the district-Messrs. Coglin and Rounsevell. The chair was taken I by Mr. Prescott, who opened the meeting by a few appropriate prefaratory remark*. Mr James O'Halloran then moved the first | resolution-" That In tbe opinion of this meet ing, the extension of the main trunk line of j railways northwards, via Riverton and Sa 'die worth, is a wo&lt;-k of pressing necessity, and I should be pushed forward by the Government i at once, so as to be available to the residents ! for transit of produce, &c, with as little delay j as poss*ble." They were all well aware of the necessity for this main trunk line of railway through the Va...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 27 September 1867
ORIENT LINK for V/ TAwnnis . LONDON. These A1 CUPPERS nii s« under: Ship. [Tons.jCaptain. Sail. COONATTOO THE Goom The MURRAY YATAT-A ... Obtrnt ... DAKKA ... AI.wynton 633 7*5 |i,oon 1,127 1,032 1,000 500 Begg jOet, |Johnston Oct. Smart Oct. Logoe (Dec. Harris |jm. - Feb. Col man 'Mar. From Port! Augusta. Pirio. Adelaide. Do. Do. Do. Do. To be followed by other first-class Ships. JOSEPH STILLING A CO., 151-4 HENRY SCOTT, Agents. fTHE AERATED BREAD COM -L PANY (LIMIT kd), are now prepared to deliver their A. B. C. CAKES Free to almost any part of the Colony on re ceiving Remittance for same at ISj per dozen (21b. Cakes). The Unexampled Popularity of I these Cakea may be gathered from the fact that FIFTEEN HUNDRED were Sold in Adelaide during Easter Week. For CONGREGATIONAL TEA MEETINGS, or j SCHOOL TREATS they are Unequaioxd in Quality or PRICK. Orders to the Bakery WATHOHTH SHEET, ADELAIDE. HSSc R I Z E WINNO W,I N G MACHINES. J. S.BAGSHAW & SON respectfully SOLICIT Earlv O...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 27 September 1867
TO ADVERTISERS in the KAPUNDA HERALD.-The following is the SCALE of DISCOUNTS on Advertisement* n the KAPUNDA HERALD,when prepaid: insertions8..} 3d-1,1 the SWU*ng, or 85 percent, 'inserrion !.!^ »H-*ntheShilling,or»9i percent, during^rtr. I 4d.intheShilling, orSS|percent. The Scale of Charges is as follows: IVo lines ... One Shilling. Three lines ... One Shilling and Sixpence. Four lines ... Two Shilling*. Five lines ... Two Shillings and Sixpence. Six lines Two Shillings and Sixpence. Each line more Four-pence. Figare,orTable-work Advertisements,charged at sixpence per line throughout. The KAPUNDA HERALD has now an exten* sive circulation ail over the Northern Country, including Gawler, Sheaoak Log, Greenock, Nuri Angaston, Stockwell, Truro, North and Rhine, LyndochValley, Moorundee Stock port, Linwood, Gilberton, Rhynie, the Wakefield. Riverton, Saddleworth, Auburn, Mintaro LMM> ingham, Watervale, Penwortham, Clare, Mrunt Remarkable, Port Augusta Redruth, Koonnga, Biacksprings...
ADELAIDE CORN MARKET. Adelaide, September 26, 1867. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 27 September 1867
ADELAIDE COiCN MARKET. Adelaide. September 26. 1867. I Very little business has been done during the week in Wheat and Flour. Buyers of %Vheat offer about 49. 6d. per bushel, for shipment; but holders generally want an advance on this figure. Flour is dull of sale. Several parcels of Bran were sold for export; but there is no enquiry at present. Oats and Barley are exceedingly dull. Our quotations to-day are as follow:-Wheat, in Town, 4/3 per bushel; at the Fort, 4/6. Flour, jCIO to .£11 per ton; Bran, /9 per bustiel; Pol i lard, 1/; Cape Barley, 2/9 to 3/ 5 English do., 3/6 to 4/; OatB, 31 to 41. 1 A. F. CHRISTEN &, CO.
KAPUNDA MARKET PRICES. "Kapunda Herald" Office, Friday, September 27, 1867. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 27 September 1867
KAPUNDA MARKET PRICES. "Kapunda Herald" Office, Friday, September 27, 1867. Wheat 3/10 per bushel Flour per tan, £10 10/ Ditto per bag, 22a Bread, per 2lb loaf, 4d Ditto per lb 2d Bran per bushel, Is 0d Pollard pjr bushel, 1/2 to 1/3 Hay, per ton-£2j Beef per lb, 3d to 4d Mutton, ditto, 2d and 3d Pork, ditto, ditto 5d tr fid Steaks, and chope ditto, 4d Hams ditto, Is 6d bacon ditto, lOd Butter per lb-Fresh, 9d Eggs per dozen, /6 Potatoes, old, 4/6 per cwt.; Id. per lb. Ditto new 2d per lb. Geese, 4s 6d to 5s scarce Turkeys, 4s to 5s
LOW ATTORNEYS. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 4 October 1867
LOW ATTORNEYS. Mr. Pell, who it will be remembered passed a pleasant, if disreputable, pro fessional career in the Insolvent Debtors' Court and the neighbouring public-houses of Portugal-street, was upon terms of very close intimacy with the Lord Chancellor; he was being constantly entertained by his lordship at dinners, which acquired some degree of dignity from the presence of a man in a bag wig and suit of armour " guarding the Mace with a drawn sword and silk stockings" during the repast, but were still so far unceremonious as to enable the Chancellor to express his admiration for Mr. Pell in rather extrajudicial language. "'Pell,' he said, 'no false delicacy. Pell, you are a man of talent you can get anybody through the Insolvent Court, Pell, and your country ought to be proud of you.' These were ms very words. ' My Lord,' I said, ' you flatter me,' 'Pell,' he said, 'if I do-I'm damned.'" Leaving out the swearing and the man in armour, the tale is not without its parallel in ac...
THE RIVERTON MEETINGS.— PASTORAL CONCESSIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 4 October 1867
THE RIVERTON MEETINGS. PASTOBAIi CONCESSIONS. S f At tlie close of the consideration of the Land Question, reported in our last, the Chairman suggested that the meeting should resolve itself into a meeting to consider the pastoral question. Mr. McMartin thought they should let their representatives know what course they wished theifL to pursue when the squatting question, came before the House. Mr. McMartin then moved-" That the libe rality of the Government in the proposed con cessions to the squatters in the present Bill is unjust to the other interests of the colony." He agreed with the concessions to a certain extent, but not to the extent proposed. ' Mr Rounsevell,M.P., supported, as theresolution deserved the consideration of the colonists. He hiad agreed last year to certain concessions, and this year the squatters asked for extension of tenure for fourteen and twenty-one years, and a reduction of rent from 40s. down to, in some cases, 2s. 6cL per mile. He would not tolerate ...
CLARE. MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 30. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 4 October 1867
CLARE. MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 30. Present-The Chairman (Mr Kimber), and Councillors Trilling and Butler. Mr J. A. Goodfellow appointed Clerk, Surveyor, &c. Dr. Sain appointed medical attendant for the desti tute. Stationra&u to opeu drains near Mrs. Walker's, Armagh, also to fill up some ruts. Clerk to have hole filled up near National Bank, also one near Mr Beekmann's. Services of Stationman to be dispensed with. Payment?, j £3 15/. When cock-fighting was in fashion, aj gentleman, having a match on in the j country, gave two cocks in charge to his Irish servant to carry down. Pat put. them together into a bag; on opening j which on his arrival, he was not a little surprised to find one of them dead, and the ' other terribly wounded. Being scolded by j his master for putting them into the same I bag, said he did not think there was any danger of their hurting each other, as they were going to fight on the same side. i A NOTORIOUS SWINDLER, says the Argus, has been arreste...
LOCAL COURT—KAPUNDA. FULL JURISDICTION. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 26. [Before J. S. Browne, Esq., S.M., D. Shannon, Esq., J.P., and W. Oldham, Esq., J.P.] WILTSHIRE V. FORD. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 4 October 1867
LOCAL COURT-KAPUNDA. Ftrcx JCBISDICTION. THURSDAY, SEITEMBER 26. [Before J. S. Browne, Esq., S.M., D. Shannon, Esq., J.P., and W. Oldham, Esq., J.P.] WILTSHIRE V. FORD. Mr Brady, for plaintiff, said be had agreed with Messrs. Stow & Bruce to let the case stand -over until next Court day without costs on either side. Adjourned. Mr Brady drew attention to the case of Tranter v. McCormack, which was on the list, bat had not been called. In this case the Clerk had received notice of discontinuance; but he (Mr Brady) appeared for defendant, as he had only received notice of discontinuance that morning, and had his witnesses in attendance, and would therefore ask for costs of tthe day to be ordered. His Worship made a note of the matter. Tbemaine V. Wixxshxke. Action for £20 lis. 83. Mr Brady for defendant. The Clerk reported that no heariog fee had | been paid in this cases, nor bad it in respect to | the former hearing, though it had twice beat applied for to Mr Labatt, who had ...
ORIGINAL POETRY. MORNING. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 4 October 1867
ORIGINAL POETRY. MORNING-. Above the horizon, clad in grey robes, Yon beautiful Aurora appears ; And at her approach all nature awakes, Her drama of life to rehearse. Already I hear the forest's wing'd tribe Their songs on the distance carolling ALL eagerly bent on proclaiming aloud The praises of G-od everlasting. The meadows are also attired so gay This time, in a dress of bright verdure ; The blades are all shining-with diamond dew, Presenting a scene of fair grandeur. As yet the great Orb, with his fiery rays, Has not from his chamber appeared; But, oh! when he comes, the beauty of morn Will cruelly then be disfigured. And while he is hidden by the curtain of East, | HI give myself up to enjoying The silence that reigns, the quiet repose I Around me that's sweetly prevailing! For where is the man whose heart will not thrill j "When standing alone of a morning, ; Thoughtfully viewing the beautiful scenes i Around him so richly abounding ? He cannot be found-for in spite of the wo...
PARLIAMENTARY. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 4 October 1867
! PAiiLIAME N T A R Y. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. I On Tuesday, Mr Baker drew attention to the I fact that a free pass for the railway had been forwarded to him, which be considered was a breach of the privilege of ,the House, and offen-r sive to members who objected to them; and ultimately gave notice that as the measure was one affecting the revenue, the consent of that Council should have been obtained before the resolution assented to in the other House had been earned out. The Dog Bill was passed through Committee. A lengthy discussion took place on the Claimant's Relief Bill, introduced by Mr Baker, as to whether such a measure could be introduced in that branch of the Legislature, on the ground that it was a money Bill, dealing with the revenue. Ultimately the Bill was withdrawn-Mr Bagot statiug that he should move for an address to His Excellency praying him to cause such a Bill to be introduced. The Council adjourned to Tuesday next, or should the Duke of Edinburgh have arrived b...
RHYNIE. Wednesday, October 2. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 4 October 1867
RHYME. [From our own Correspondent.! Wednesday, October 2. The weather is still very rough; we are having an abundance of rain in this neighbourhood. I should think the farmers will not have much reason to grumble this season on account of the dry weather. The young crops in this locality, and especially on the Wakefield, are looking firat claes. Having visited that neighbourhood during the week, I can state from my own observation that some of the crops are fully four feet high; and the farmers there seers to rejoice iii antici pation of an abundant harvest. Our worthy publican has of late been rather disappointed on account of some new regulations having come in force which prevents the mail from stopping at his hotel, so that the passengers cannot have their dinner and other refreshments as usuaL A. meeting took place on Monday evening, according to advertisement, to take the subject into consideration; and, after some dis cussion, a committee was formed to prepare a memorial to ...