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CLARE. Wednesday, October 9. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 11 October 1867
CLARE. fFrom our own Correspondent.J Wednesday, October 9. j As at other placeB, we also have had continuous and heavy rains, but since Sunday last the weather has changed, and on Tuesday was quite hot. On Thursday last (Full Court day) there was more than usual interest shown, owing to the fact of the late Clerk of the District Council having been ordered by the Court to deliver up the books, &e., to one of the Councillors-when during the trial it turned up that he had (acting according to advice) given them up to the Chair man of the Council, not the party mentioned in the order of the Court, for which he was severely reprimanded by the Court, and was kept in the custody of an officer of the Court until its rising. After this an information was laid by Mr C. H. Webb to the effect that the election of Coun cillors was null and void, but it was postponed for a month. On Saturday last, according to notice, a meet ing was held to arrange for the establishment of quarterly fair...
PUBLIC MEETING.—FRIENDS OF IRELAND. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 11 October 1867
PUBLIC MEETING.-FRIENDS OF IRELAND. A public meeting was held in Crase's Boom on Monday evening last, for the purpose of raising subscriptions for the relief of the wires and families of the state prisoners in Ireland. There *was a large attendance, and a deputation from the Central Committee in Adelaide-consisting of Messrt. D. Clark and J. Bearden-was also present. , The chair was taken by Dr. Tallis, who opened the proceedings by reading the advertisement the meeting, and further explained the ' tobject for which it had been called-which was a noble one, that of charity. The movement was not of a political nature, but to assist the poor and needy in their native land. It had been said by some that their object was to sympathize with the conspiracy in Ireland, but it was not so; they had no sympathy with a movement fomented And kept up by schemers on the other side of the Atlantic, for their own ends, with whom no true friend of Ireland had any fellow feeling. As to (hat movement ...
MOUNT PLEASANT. October 8, 1867. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 11 October 1867
MOUNT PLEASANT. [From our own Correspondent.! October 8, 1867. IWe may well fear a repetition of the flool I which happened in the olden time of Noah, for I we have experienced an almoat unprecedented ] fall of rain. The North Rhine and South Rhine have overflowed to such an extent as to be quite impassable; and in several places between this and Gumeracha, on the main road to Adelaide, the Torrens has covered the road; though at some little distance from the river, part of the bridge at Inglewood has been washed away, as also the North Gumeracha foot-bridge, and fords too numerous to mention. Some of our farmers have suffered very severely in consequence of this long protracted rain, and hardly any one has escaped without sustaining some damage from the watery ele inent. I have seen some splendid samples of the wheat forwarded ty a few of our leading agri culturists for exhibiting at the forthcoming show, and it is more than possible that Mount Pleasant will carry away some honour ...
RHYNIE. Wednesday, October 9. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 11 October 1867
RHYNIE. [From oar own Correspondent.] Wednesday, October 9, I Oar hitherto peaceful township has lately be come rather noisy on account of a large gang of road men having come here, who are at work re pairing oar roads ; and I am sorry to state that they are a very noisy lot of men. On Friday evening last it appears that they were -drinking rather freely, when some of them got disorderly, and on being told of it by the publican they all rushed at him, and would have half murdered him bat for the timely assistance of another party who happened to be in the house ; and after that they were not satisfied, but began to throw stones, &c., at the doors. In the mean time a party had gone to Auburn and succeeded in obtaining the Police-trooper?, who took two of the ringleaders in charge, and brought them the following day before the Magistrates at Auburn, when they were sentenced to four months' imprisonment, which we hope will be a lesson for them in the future. I am happy to state...
KADINA. October 8, 1867. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 11 October 1867
KADINA. ["From our own Correspondent."! October 8, 1867. The people of Kadina have decided to memo rialize the Government to grant them a District Council. An influential meeting was held in the Oddfellows' Hall, and the matter was very warmly taken up. The state of the roads in this neighbourhood is disgraceful, and it is high time something was done. The anniversary services in connection with the Weslevan Sunday school were held on Sua day and Monday last, and were highly successiuL The weather during the past week has beeu very rough and winterly. Last night, in conse quence of the flooding of the Wakefield, the mail cart did not arrive till half-past 8. Business is still very dull, literally nothing doing.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 11 October 1867
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AUBURN. October 9, 1867. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 11 October 1867
AUBURN. [From a Correspondent.] October 9, 1867. I The fifth public meeting in connection with the Auburn Mutual Improvement Society was held in the Town Hall, Auburn, on Thursday evening 3rd instant. [Our correspondent sends us lengthy report, which we are compelled to hold overj. The melancholy newB that the, Rev. Mr Titheriagton was supposed to be drowtjed in the River Light has cast a gloom over maby mind^ in this town. For some time the rev. gentleman conducted divine worship in St. John's Church here, and gained the sympathy and love of many of his flock; a few months ago the rev. gentle man, finding the journey from Rivertoa on the Sunday too much, was forced to resign his en gagement here. ' The anniversary of the Bible Christian Sunday School, Auburn, took place last Sunday and Monday. On Sunday afternoon some of the children passed a very good examination on the history of MOBOS; after which several of the little girls repeated some excellent pieces of poetry. On the Monda...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 11 October 1867
AT AUBURN. ON THURSDAY, OCTOBER 17. AT TWO O'CLOCK. A BTHUR KING is instructed to sell at the above time and place, by Messrs. J. & T. Kelsh 30 Head of superior HEAVY DRAUGHT COLTS and FILLIES of really first quality (all S and 4 years old), from Fort Iancoln. "TheteeVHorses are portion of the same mob f^om which a drift yraa sold in Auburn. last November, all of which have given general-satis faction, las remarkably good tempered and stanch r without exception ; and the auctioneer dan, thertfore, with safety recommend them strongly. They.are now on -vietf at' Mf - SeMi's Farm, between Mintaro and^Chinckford. Terms-For sums over £20, three months' ap proved acceptances; for sums over £40, four months' approved acceptances. ~~ BREAD! TO MEET THE TIMES M £JHEAP On and after Monday next, the 30fch Inst, the PRICE of the BEST -BREAD per two-pound loaf, from the establishment of the undersigned, will be REDUCED to Threepence-halfpenny. E. QUIGG, Railway Road. Kapunda, September 2...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 11 October 1867
NPO ADVERTISERS in the KAPDNDA HERAJLD.-The following is the SCALE Of DISCOUNTS on Advertisements a the KAPUNDA HERALD, when prepaid insertions!.} Sd' ^the Shilling, or 25 percent, ^insertion !.!} S^inthe Shilling, or 29 £ per cent, j durinTqrtr.} 45,111 theShmin& or S3 J percent. The Scale of Charges is as follows: Two lines ... One Shilling. Three lines ... One Shilling and Sixpence. Four lines ... Two Shillings. Five lineB ... Two Shillings and Sixpence. Six lines... ... Two Shillings and Sixpence. Each line more Fonr-pence. Figare,orTable-work Advertisements,charged at sixpence per line throughout. Hie KAPUNDA jhwRAT.T> 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, Moorondee- Sfcopk port, Linwood, Gilberton, Rhyme, the Wakefield, Riverton, Saddleworfch, Auburn, Mintaro Leae ingham, Watervale, Penwortham, Clare, Meant Remarkable, Fo...
ADELAIDE CORN MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 11 October 1867
ADELAIDE CCMN MARKET. Adelaide/October 10, 1867. .. Wheat and "Flour are considerably firmer and better in price since our laBt. Several sales of both articles have been made at advanced rates, and the market closes very firm. _ There was likewise some enquiry for Bran, whilst Pollard, Oats, and Barley remain extremely dull and' without transactions. Oar quotations are as follow-* Wheat in town, single loads, 4/6 to 4/7 per bushel; ditto, parcels, 4/8 to 4/9 ; Wheat at the Port, 4/10 to 5/; Flour, £11 to £12 per ton; Bran, /9 per bushel; Pollard, 1/ to 1/1; Cape Barley, 2/6 to 3/; English ditto, 3/6 to 4/; Oats, 3/to 4/. A. F. CHRISTEN & CO.
KAPUNDA MARKET PRICES. "Kapuuda Herald" Office, Friday, October 11, 1867. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 11 October 1867
KAPdNDA MARKET PBXCES. "Kapuuda Herald" Office,Friday, October 11. 1867. Wheat 4/1 per bushel Flour per ton, XII 10/ Ditto per bag, 24B Bread, per 2lb loaf, 3d to 3£d Ditto per lb 2d Bran per bushel, la 03 Pollard p&f 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 Hamsditto, Is 9d bacon ditto, 3dr , ~ Butter per lb-Fresh, 3d . . ' Eggs per dozen, /6 Potatoes, old, 4/ to 5/ per cwt.; 18lb. for 1/ " Ditto new l£d per lb. ' Geese, 4s 6d to 5s scarce Turkeys, 4s to 5s
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 18 October 1867
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GOLDEN GIFTS. CHAPTER XIX. WORK OF ALL KINDS. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 18 October 1867
GOTJDEN GIFTS. BY THE ATTTHOB OS1 " MABIA2T" "VERMONT TALE ETC.- ETC. CHAPTER XIX* WOEK OF ALL KINDS. THE winter storms had fairly set in-set in with a fury and violence that were far beyond any of the previous winter hur ricanes. The creek swelled tremendously, overflowing the garden, and washing away the picturesque little bridge that had been Martin Wallace's handiwork, and the one communicating outlet with the road to Aland Grange. Huge trees, towering in strength and beauty, were torn up by the roots and laid prostrate on the ground. The wind went rushing down the gully at night howling and moaning like a chained giant; and the rain-such rain! Lizzie thought of the deluge and the ark as she listened to the torrents that swept past their frail little hut in overwhelming violence; thought of Him whose voice can still the storm, and was not afraid. They had left the seaside before all this wintry weather set in; but Edith was still at Glen Osmond, where Thurza Kingsley had coaxed ...
PUBLIC MEETING AT HAMILTON. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 18 October 1867
PUBLIC MEETING AT HAMILTON. A public meeting was held at the Farmers' Home Hotel, Hamilton, on Saturday, the 12th inst., to consider the advisability of forming the southern portion of the Hundred of Waterloo into a District. Mr. H. Gk Kelly, J.P., was unanimously voted to the chair, and after reading the notice convening the meeting, called upon Mr. S. Cropley, the convener, to state the object for which it was called. Mr. S. Cropley said that at the request of a number of the inhabitants of the southern portion of the Hundred of Waterloo he called the meet ing to consider the desirability of forming the southern portion of the Hundred into a District. He had been given to understand that a petition was about being prepared to form the whole of the Hundred into a District, which if granted would be a great drawback to the southern por tion of the Hundred, inasmuch as it would not be fairly represented-four Councillors residing in the upper portion of the Hundred having been propose...
FORMATION OF DISTRICT COUNCILS. PUBLIC MEETING AT TOTHILL'S CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 18 October 1867
FORMATION OF DISTRICT COUNCILS. PUBLIC MEETING- AT TOTHTLL'S CREEK. A public meeting was held at the Royal Oak Hotel, Tofchill'e Creek, on Wednesday the 9th instant. Mr. Harvey occupied the chair, and said that the subject they had met together to consider, was more or less of great importance to all present, therefore he hoped they would give their undivided attention to all who would address them that evening, and give a fair and impartial hearing to them. Mr. A. Stief requested the Chairman to call upon the convener of the meeting to state its object. Mr. G-ooch said that they were undoubtedly aware that a petition had been sent in by the in habitants of the township of Waterloo, and the neighbouring District, praying that the upper portion of the Hundred of Waterloo might be formed into a District, and therefore their meeting together was to consider the desirability of getting the whole Hundred declared into a District; for his own part he was strongly opposed to District Counc...
MUNICIPAL CORPORATION. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 8. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 18 October 1867
MUNICIPAL CORPORATION. TUESDAY, OCTOBEB 8. Present-His Worship and all the Councittorfl. TENDERS. The tenders for the retaining wall at the dam were about to be considered, wtien Councillor Alaclaren moved that it first be decided whether the plans were to be adopted before they were considered. He would point out alsa that there was a resolution on the minutes that no further money was to be spent until the vote was passed. It waa making fools of the tradesman to call for tenders in such a blindfolded manner until they had adopted some perfect plans, which he should oppose to his utmost. Councillor Fearce said that the plans had been decided on to a certain extent; but he would suggest that Councillor Maclaren should specify the portion to which he objected. Councillor Maclaren pointed oat several items, including counter-fort walls; and said, when the work was ordered to be readvertised, he un derstood it -was to be reconsidered before the tenders were called for again. Councillor...
ARRIVAL OF THE ENGLISH MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 18 October 1867
ARRIVAL OF THE ENGLISH MAIL. The South Australian portion of the English mail arrived by the Rangatira on Saturday even ing last. The newspaper dates are to August 26, and late telegrams to September 19. The following are the chief items of intelligence, culled from the English papers and the late tele grams of our metropolitan contemporaries: Her Majesty is in the north, and has been making among her Scotch subjects that sort of *' progress " which is too much for her nerves in England. The Queen has been receiving ad dresses, smiling on her subjects, taking bouquets from little girls, and apparently enjoying her self. She has visited Abbotsford, and Mr Hope Scott (whose first wife was the daughter of Lrck hart) has been doing th? honours of Sir Walter Scott's apartments. Beacon fires have kindled on all the hills, and the Duke of Roxburghe, the Queen's host, has fairly waked the country up to welcome the Sovereign. From thence the Queen goes on to Balmoral. Prince Alfred, Duke of ...
KAPUNDA. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 12. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 18 October 1867
KAPUNDA. I SATDBDAY, OCTOBER 12. I Present-AIL Resolved, that Mr Oldham's account for surveying be passed for payment as soon as the plans are completed. Councillor Kelly proposed, and Councillor Hazel seconded, that road through Section No. 1561 be declared open, and that the sum of £75 be passed for the necessary expenses of fencing, &c. Councillor White proposed, and Councillor Windebank seconded, as an amendment, that there be an intermediate road opened through Sections Nos. 1569, 1570, 1577, and 1578, in the place of one through Section No. 1561, and another through Section Wo. 31. This was carried by the casting rote of the Chairman; but, after a lengthy dis- I cusslon on the matter, it was proposed by Coun cillor Kelly that a road should be taken through Section No. 31, and a deviation made through Section No. 1572, at the creek, to make a cross ing ; this was carried in the place of the former resolution. Resolved, that Clerk look up all un registered dogs in the di...