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THE KAPUNDA HERALD. Friday, October 4th, 1867. THE MURRAY TRAMWAY. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 4 October 1867

THE KAPUNDA HERALD. Friday, October 4th, 1867. THE MTJRRA.Y TRAMWAY. As will be seen from a perusal of our Parliamentary reports, tbe labour of many weeks and the petition of over three thousand ? electors, has at once been set aside by the ! House of Assembly, as though the wishes 1 expressed and the reasons advanced by the memorialists were entirely unworthy, of their consideration. I From the very outset the matter ap pears to have been treated by the House as a mere election dodge on the part of the members; and the readiness with which Mr. Everard stated this as the reason why the members for the district had spoken in favour of the measure, seems to indicate that his standard of consistency is very low indeed; for we usually find people measuring other people's corn by their own bushel. We maintain that the petition was not treated with the respect it deserved; the expressed wishes of over three thousand memorialists demand serious consideration, and are not to be lightly pooh...

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DISTRICT COUNCILS. KAPUNDA. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 28. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 4 October 1867

DISTRICT COUNCILS. KAPUNDA. SATUKD&Y, SEPTEMBER 28, Present-The Chairman (Mr Wm. Jeffs), and Councillors Hazel and Windebank. Minutes of last meeting read and confirmed. Received, ac count from Mr Oldham for surveying; Clerk instructed to request Mr Oldham to furnish plans of work done. Mr Basley here waited on the Council relative to the deviation of road in Inrermay Ward; resolved, that it stand over until plans are received from 'Mr Oldham. Re solved, that Clerk be instiucted to write to the Treasury-requesting all moneys received for .registration of doge belonging:to this district by the Hamilton Registrar should be refunded to the District Council; that Hugh Bawden be in structed to doBomg extra work at.Boss's Creek; that an extra eighteen yards, of stone he placed at the crossing near Mr A. White's. Received, letter from Mr J. Peterson relative to the dan gerous state of crossing at Freshwater Beserve. Resolved, that Mr Basley be paid 9/ for having two stumps grubbed;...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 4 October 1867

Hollo way's Pills.-Restorative Treat ment.-It has been confirmed by the experience of thirty years that these Fills constitute the best alterative and tonic medicine hitherto available to the public. It is enough to say that a short course of these purifying Fills has in numberless cases been marked by the most gratifying results, when the invalids were be coming daily weaker and worse, though no particular disease could be detected. Hoiloway's Fills purify the source of life, re-kindle the fading energies, revive the sick and delicate, and raise up the broken-down. This medicine iB especially recommendable because it is so well suited to the community at large, and its innocent nature pre - eludes the possibility of its causing mischief under any circumstances whatever.-Advt. JL WARNING. DO you suffer from physical incapacity ? Are you sufferii g from nervous debility? Have yon been the guilty vit 'tim of any secret vice? Do yon suffer from a set of s ymptoms nearly akin more or le...

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CLARE. Wednesday, September 24, 1867. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 4 October 1867

CLARE. ["From oar own Correspondent J . 1 Wednesday, September 24,1867. I We bare had this week what we have not ex perienced for years past-i.e., over twenty-four hours' incessant rain. It commenced about 5 p.m. on Monday and lasted without any inter mission of over ten minutes until after that time yesterday, and the river and creek are conse quently flooded. On the 10th instant the 'bachelors' of the North gave a ball at Clare; but, owing partly to the very unfavourable state of the weather, there, was not a large attendance; notwith standing, a very pleasant evening (or rather night) was spent by most of those present. On Tues day last, according to notice, the Tradesmen's Ball came off; when, as on the occasion of the Bachelor's Bail, it was also very wet, only much more so; but' nevertheless, people were seen gtiing home shortly after daybreak. The Xieasinghanv Races are to come off to morrow but I fear the weather will not be very favourable; it still looks threatening. Prepa...

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HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 4 October 1867

HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY. On Friday, Mr Coglin presented a petition from 137 residents of District of Light* praying for the establishment of a polling place at Free ling. In answer to a question from Mr Coglin as to whether Mr ^rowue, S.M., of Kapunda, would be appointed to preside over the Court to be held at Riverton, the Treasurer stated that the duties of the magistrates would have to be re arranged, and he did not know whether or not Mr Browne would bare to go to Riverton. By the way, we may remark that the question would seem to imply that oo C"urt has yet been held at Riverton, which is incorrect. Mr Browne has presided over a monthly Court there all along; it is the lack of furniture, and not the lack of a presiding magistrate, which renders the new Court-house unavailable. Mr Colton drew attention to the fact that in the " Hansard" proof submitted to him, he found a speech delivered by Mr Coglin on the immigra tion question had been credited to him, and he took that opportunity o...

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MISCELLANEA. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 4 October 1867

MISCELLANEA.. It is a custom that when a foreign monarch visits the Hotel-de-Ville, his bust in marble shall be placed in the Salie de Counseil, now decorated with the historical painting's of M. Adolphe Yvon. The busts of the Czar Alexander and King William have already been ordered, and will in due time appear in the hall by the side of those of Queen Victoria, Kins? Victor Emanuel, the King of the Belgians, &c. A wealthy citizen of Berlin has applied to the municipality of that town for a site on which to erect a statue to Sir Francis Drake, as the introducer ot the potatoe into Europe, and offers to subscribe 15,000 thalers (£2,250) towards the statue. A RAFT VOYAGE ACROSS THE AT LANTIC.-The successful voyage across the Atlantic by the JRedt White and Blue, and the yachts in the ocean race, has induced another adventurer to attempt the transit. The journey is to be under taken on one of Perry's monitor rafts, now on exhibition in this city. This raft is constructed of th...

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HAMILTON. October 3, 1867. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 4 October 1867

HAMILTON. fFrom our own Correspondent.J October 3, 1867. I <jn Sunday last we were visited with a very heavy thunderstorm, accompanied with a large fall of rain. The lightning which was exceed ingly vivid, laBted many hours. During the rough weather a portion of the stabling belong ing to the Hamilton Hotel fell down; but it being unoccupied at the time no accident occurred. As yet there has been no meeting held re garding the land question, although there seems to be but one opinion, as to the impediments thrown in the way of the bona fide agricul turists by the auction system and its accom panying harpiea. Perhaps, as there is no chance of a change for the better during the present Parliament, the farmers are reserving their strength for the next general election. The arrival of H.R.H. the Duke of Edinburgh is anxiously looked forward to. As soon as the intelligence reaches here, numbers of our inha bitants will be moving towards the city; and although our little, but f...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 4 October 1867

under: {WENT LINE FOR ^ LONDON. These Al CUPPERS sail as Ship. COONATTOO THE GOOIAVA THE MURRAY ... YATAT-A ... Obient ... DARRA ... Alwihtoh Tons. Captain. Sail. From Port 633 715 1,000 1,127 1,032 1,000 500 Tohnston Smart Legoe Harris Colman Oct. Oct. Oct. Dec. Jan. Feb. Mai-. Augusta. Pirie. Adelaide. Do. Do. Do. Do. To be followed by other first-class Ships. JOSEPH STILLI5TG & CO., 151-4 HENRY SCOTT, Agents. 5HiE-oFTEASES~oFTlImBE^ U LANDS. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1867. ' Crown Lands and Immigration Office, . Adelaide, September 25, 1867. -NOTIGE is hereby given tli£,t the right of making Application for LEASES of the following MINERAL LANDS will be offered Jjpr-SALE at public auction immediately after the Land Sale to be held at the Land Office, at Adelaide, on the thirty-first day of October, 1867. The application will have to be made in accor dance with the Mineral Lease Regulations in force at the time, of sale, and the upset price .will be £5: Section934j80Uth-we8tofR...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 4 October 1867

TO ADVERTISERS in the : KAPUNDA HERALD.-The following is theSCALE of DISCOUNTS on Advertisements n the KAPUNDA HERALD, when prepaid:- I insertions?..} Sd* the Shilling, or 25 percent, j insertion !.!} Sid.intheShiUing,or29£percent. during^m. } 4d*!n ^e Shilling, or 33$ per cent. The Scale of Charges is 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. Fig ore,or Table-work Advertisements, charged at sixpence per line throughout. The KAPUNDA HERALD has now an exten sive circulation all over the Northern Country, including Gawler, Sheaoak Log, Greenock, Nuri ootpa, Angaston, Stockwell, Truro, North and South Rhine, Lyndoch Valley, Moorundee- Stock port, Linwood, Gilberton, Khynie, the Wakefield, Biverton, Saddleworth, Auburn^ Mintaro Leas f ngham, Waterrale, Penwortham, Clare^ Mrunt; Remarkable, Port Augusta Redruth, Koo...

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ADELAIDE CORN MARKET. Adelaide, October 3, 1867. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 4 October 1867

ADELAIDE CORN MARKET. Adelaide, October 3, 1867. Business in Wheat and Flour has been rather j quiet during the week, but the market keeps firm, and holders are mostly waiting for higher prices. Bran and Pollard are dull of sale. Oats and Barley remain without any improvement. We quote to-day Wheat in town, single loads, 4/2 to 4/3 per ! bushel; ditto at Port, 4/6 per bushel ; Floor, £10 10/ to £11 101 per ton; Bran, /9 per bushel; Pollard, 1/to 1/1 ; Cape Barley, 2/9 to 3/; English ditto, 3/6 to 4/; Oats,3/ to 4/. A. F. CHRISTEN & CO.

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KAPUNDA MARKET PEICES. "Kapunda Herald" Office, Friday, October 4, 1867. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 4 October 1867

KAPUNDA MARKET PEICES. "Kapunda Herald" Office,Friday, October 4, 1867. Wheat 3/10 per bushel Flour per ton, .£10 10/ Ditto per bag, 22s Bread, per 2lb loaf, 3£d Ditto per lb 2d Branper bushel, Is Od Pollard par bushel, 1/2 to 1/3 Hay, per ton-£2/ ' ; Beef per lb, 3d to 4d , Mutton, ditto, 2d and 3d ' fork, ditto,-ditto. 5d to 6d Steaks, and chops ditto, 4d Hams ditto, 1B 6d bacon ditto, lOd Butter per lb-Eresh, 9d Eggs per dozen, /6 Potatoes, old, 4/ per cwt.; Id. per lb. Ditto new 2d per lb. Geese, 4s 6d to 5s scarce Turkeys, 4s to 5s

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GOLDEN GIFTS. CHAPTER XVIII. DOINGS AT ALAND CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 11 October 1867

OOIiDEJV GIFTS. Bt THE AUTHOR OF " MARIAN" VERMONT TALE ETC., ETC. CHAPTER inn* BOINGS AT ALAND CREEK. THESE dark clouds tliat hang over our sky, sending their shadows down into our very hearts, how repugnant are they to our nature, and yet how rich are they in blessing and beauty ; fruitful seasons, glowing herbage, fairy flowers blossoming, all succeed the heavy, lowering thunder cloud, the darkness and the gloom ; and yet, like the disciples of old, we " fear as we enter the cloud" we discern not its silver lining-we remember not that even the wind is to be tempered to the shorn lamb. It was Winnie's time of cloud iand storm stilL The violence of its rage was past; the rolling of the thunder and the keen lightning flash had passed, but the cloud loomed yet athwart her sky--the shadow still fell over her sunshine, its silver lining was unrevealed. It was, however, a happy thing for Winnie that her life was perforce not an inactive one. Circumstances forbade that; indeed, for every...

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LOCAL COURT—KAPUNDA. MONDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1867. [Before J. S. Browne, Esq, S.M.] UNSATISFIED JUDGMENTS. HAWKE AND ANOTHER V. DALY. MULLEN v. COMAN. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 11 October 1867

LOCAL COURT-KAPUNDA. MONDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1867. [Before J. S. Browne, Esq,, S.M.J UNSATISFIED JUDGMENTS. HAWKE AND ANOTHEB V. DAJLT. MUIXEN Y. COHAN. These cases were adjourned until the next Court day. FOBD V. ENCKLEMANN. Claim for £4 10/, for breaking in a mare and for one week's ploughing. Mr Benham for plaintiff; Mr Rudall for defendant. In this case the plaintiff, James Ford, farmer, of Stockport, sued the defendant, Encklemann, also a farmer, residing at Stockport, for the above amount. The evidence was very contra dictory on both sides. The defendant denied that he ever gave the mare to plaintiff to break in, or that he owed anything for ploughing; he also pleaded a set-off for board and lodging for plaintiff's wife, and various other things. After both parties had been examined at some length, as well as two other witnesses, one on each side, a verdict was given for the defendant for lid. on the set-off. HOARE V. MAHOVEY. Action for £7 14/9. Mr Rudall for plaintiff; Mr Brady f...

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PARLIAMENTARY. HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 11 October 1867

PAULIA M KNTABY. HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY. On Friday, it was resolved chat the House at its rising should adjmrn to the following: Tues day, or in case of ELR.H. the Duke of Edinburgh having arrived in the eolony by that time, then to Tuesday the 22nd inst. Mr Everard drew attention to the expenditure at Fort Adelaide for triumphal arches, &c., in connection with the embarkation of the Dubs of Edinburgh, which he considered to be a great waste of money-and moved that the return rf the proposed cost to be furnished by the Sab Committee be laid before the House when re ceived try the Government. Mr Duffield also objected to the way in which this Sub-Committee was appointed. He should hold the Government responsible for the^ expenditure of the money. Mr Coglin would wish to know what provision was being made for Kapunda or Port Adelaide. Two-thirds of the community were dissatisfied with the manner in which was being expended. Mr Hay's motion for altering the proposed guage of the Por...

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DISTRICT COUNCILS. GILBERT. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 8. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 11 October 1867

DISTRICT COUNCILS. GILBERT. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 8. Present-All members. Letters received from Crown Lands Office, informing Council that £200 advance of grant-in-aid, had been passed to its credit; from Central Road Board, stating that immediate steps will be taken to open road through Section 276; also from Gr. Mugg, enclosing partial return of dogs registered by him. Memorial re ceived froin twenty-two ratepayers, requesting that all tenders might be advertised in the South Australian Zeitimg; not entertained, Council considering sufficient publicity "was given to same. F. Eleming applied for two week's extension of time on Contract 34, the excessive rain preventing his proceeding with the work; granted. P. Inkster's tender for Contract 42, Leditschke and Gerke's for Contract 45, W. Marshall's for Con tract 44, accepted. Letter received from Messrs. Reids and Keel an objecting to closing of road alongside Section 505; to be considered when Council sit as Road Commissioners. Receipts,...

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WELSH POETRY. CAN WIRIONEDDOL. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 11 October 1867

WELSH POETRY. CAN WIRIONEDDOL. Clywch at gyffes hanes hynod A rhy olwaithmawr diolwg O wg y byd ai ddrwg ai ffrwd Maer Bwyafiw dlwg yn euog. Fe fynodd un do or glana "Fi 'rioed on bath ond dalilah Pan bydd marw hoa mi gaaa Gwaith ei bod yn un or gwaela. Hawdd y w canfod pwy yw r bradwr Mae e ya rhy wfath o grefyddwr Mae e yn rhyfedd o grefyddol Mae 'r un ddoii a gwaa y diafol. Am wneud rwg m&e fryd ai feddwl It Pregethwyr gwaith nar ewbwl Mai yn gweddoi mor arsywdol Pechod W yn ddu fel cwmwL Tan diderfyn yw ei golyn Tn mhob capel lie b'r llipryn Cyd ei en mae ea mwlsyn Llawn o ddrwg pan bydd yn chwerthin. Tan ir tan fydd yn j diwedd Hawdd yw gwybod wrth ei clywed Melus fydd madawiad iraidd Yr hen epa digymeriad. IB EEDDOCH YSL HEN XuOFFWR. {lw barhau.J

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MUNICIPAL CORPORATION. MONDAY, AUGUST 7, 1867. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 11 October 1867

MUNICIPAL CORPORATION. MONDAY, AUGUST 7, 1867. Present-Councillors Day, Maclaren, Moyle, Nock, Pearce, Bowett, and Thomson; and the Town Clerk. The minutes of the preceding meeting were read and confirmed. Correspondence. Bead, a letter from Mr Louis Ley, licensed Surveyor, asking to be allowed to tender for the survey of the town of Kapunda. Councillor Pearce thought it very objectionable that any person should write to ask to do that which all had the right to do. Bead, a letter from Central Boad Board, en closing copy of agreement between certain owners of land in Coghill-atreet and Railway road, to convey a portion of land for road pur* poses. Bead, a letter from Mr H. C. Palmer stating that having perused the title of Mr Peacock to the reserve, he was of opinion that it could only be legally conveyed by an Act of Parliament, in which opinion Mr Peacock's legal advisers concurred. Bead, letter from Messrs. Huggina & Benhatn calling attention to bad state of footpath on e...

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THE KAPUNDA HERALD. Friday, October 11th, 1867. A NEW LAND ACT. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 11 October 1867

THE KAPUNDA HERALD. Friday, October IIth, 1867. A NEW LAND ACT. Meeting after meeting is now beiag held on this question, and the only matter on which there is much unanimity of opinion is that a change of some kind is needed; but when the question arises as to what shall be the nature of the change, diversity of opinion is the "order of the day. One farmer advocates deferred pay ments as the grand remedy, the time to be allowed for such payments ranging from seven years j in the estimation of some to fourteen or even twenty years, as put at the recent Bagotfs Gap meeting. In support of this view, it is urgedthat* a farmer having a moderate amount lot capital might take just as. much land as his capital would purchase in fee simple, paying down one-fourth of_ its cost, and having the remaining three-fourths to work it with; by which means he would be in a position to at once commence cultivation, and at the expiration of a few years be much better off than he possibly could be by th...

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KOORINGA. October 9, 1867. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 11 October 1867

KOORINGA. ("From oar own Correspondent.] October 9,1867. ] Since my last communication general items of intelligence have not been over plentiful; bat vice versa with rain, cold, and inclemency-any amount having been accorded by the bountiful hand of Providence of late. The community is watching with intense inte rest the progress of our Railway Bill, and fondly cling to the hope that our locality and Kapunda will be linked nearer to each oth*>r by increased facilities in travelling. So far as matters con nected with the question and the Parliament are concerned, everybody appears to be satisfied; but the passing of the Bill is certainly one thing, the constructing of a real substantial line of rail way to the Burra another. It is to be hoped that as a good beginning has been made, a speedy and satisfactory termination will follow. A subscription is afloat for the purpose of getting up an enormous bonfire in honour of the Prince on bis arrival. Shearing operations hare been much ...

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MEETING AT BAGOT'S GAP.—THE LAND SYSTEM. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 11 October 1867

MEETING AT BAGOT'S GAP.-THE LAND SYSTEM. Pursuant to advertisement, a meeting for the consideration of the above question was held at Mr Wareing's, the Bagot's Gap Hotel, on Tues day afternoon. The meeting, which was called for three o'clock, did not commence until nearly five o'clock (some of the convenors not arriving until four o'clock). There was a small attendance. The chair was taken by Mr Jas. Macnamara, who stated that owing to an unfortunate omission no invitation had been sent to the Members to be present, except by the advertisement. He then read the advertisement convening the meeting, remarking that the object of the meeting -fras to elicit opinions as to what changes were needed in the land system, as they all agreed that some change was necessary. Mr Laintoll proposed the first resolution " That this meeting is of opinion that a change in the present land system is imperatively necessary." Those who had had any transactions in land felt that a change was necessary-the...

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