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QUEENSLAND. Brisbane, July 17. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 19 July 1878

QUEENSLAND. Brisbane, July 17. I Two small vessels a»e on the point of leav ing Cookfcown for New Guinea. Owing to the failrne of the Goea field many diggers are now turning their attention to New Guinea. The first authentic advice of the discovery of payable gold in that island will result in a great rush.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 19 July 1878

AT CEASE'S BOOM, KAPUNDA. TO-MOEEOW (SATURDAY), JDLY20 AT TWO O'CLOCK, COLES & GOODCHILD are favoured with instructions from Mr. Russell (who is leaving tlie district), to sell by auction, as above— The whole of his HOUSEHOLD FUR NITURE and EFFECTS, comprising ■—2 Cedar Sofas, Cedar Tables, Wash etands, 10 Chairs, 2 Single Bedsteads, 2 Double Bedsteads, Carpets, &c., and Kitchen Utensils. AISO, '1 Saddle and Harness Horse AM) 18 Fowls, Spanish and other breeds. No reserve. OK MONDAY, JULY 22, AT THE ROYAL OAK HOTEL, TOT HILL'S CREEK. COLES & GOOBCHILD are favoured with instructions from Mr. Jolrn Byan (who is letting the Hotel and removing to the North), to sell by auction, as above, at 2 o'clock— All those VALUABLE SECTIONS of LAND, Nos. 236, 267, and 1094, in the Hundred of Waterloo, County of Light, containing in all 246 Acres. The land is -well. fenced, and there is a good house and other substantial improve ments. " Also, permanent surface water. Note:—T...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 19 July 1878

Easiness Directory. SAPUKDA. T)EEWSTER, E., Wine, Spirit, and -L* General Merchant, Brewster's Build ' ings, Main-street. Agent for Salter's and Other Wines. BENHAM, W. H., Solicitor, Notary Public, &c., Main-street. Money to lend on property under the Seal Property Act, or otherwise, at lowest rate of interest. EBUCE, JOHN A., Auctioneer, Land, Loan, and General Commission Agfcnt. Money to Lend in large or email some. yvUMBSEGK, THOMAS, Tanner Jjr and Carrier, near Morning Star. Leather of every description on hand and to order. Baric, Hides, and Skins, &c., bought. DUMBBECK & McLENNAN, Tanners and Curriers, Burra-road, (late Frith's). Bark, Bides, &e., bought. Leather on sale or to order—first quality. li^MESSON, Mr., Solicitor, Mam 1 1 street, Kapnnda. Money to lend on Mortgage or Deposit of Deeds. EAWCETT'S soothing POWDERS, for Children Teething. Sold in Packets at One Shilling ; or by post for Seven Stamps. Address, S. Fawcett, Chemist, Kapnnda....

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REUTER'S TELEGRAMS PARIS, July 15. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 19 July 1878

EEUTEH'S TELEGrliAMS PAUIS, July IS. In consequence of the native rising in New Caledonia the French Government are send ing reinforcements of troops to that colony. LOJfDOF, July 16. The Congress is fiuishect and the treaty ] been signed. O LONDON (no date). The Government statement of the Treaty of Berlin will he read oil J uly 18. The Conservatives are preparing an oration to Earl Seacons&eld. He will be entertained at a banquet at the Mansion House. Hie insurrcctionaiy movement in the Rhe- ; dolpe Mountains has collapsed. LONDON, July 17- j The Liberal leaders in both houses of Par- ! liament intend to challenge tile Congress policy j of the Government. Earl Beacons&eld andthe Marquis of Salis bury have arrived in Ixradon, and met with a crowded and enthusiastic reception. ' The Chancellor of the Exchequer, in reply tJ a question in the House of Commons, stated that the Convention with Turkey gives to England a greater right ta interfere in the affairs of Turkey ...

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The kapunda herald. FRIDAY, JULY 19, 1878. ABOLITION OF THE COUNCIL OF EDUTCATION. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 19 July 1878

Cf)e l&aptmfca f^eratti, FRIDAY, JULY 19, 1878. ABOLITION OF THE COUNCIL OF EDUTCATION. On Tuesday last Mr. Bees, accord ing to notice, moved the insertion of the following new clause in the Lducation Bill then under discussion, namely"Instead of the Council of Education hitherto existing there shall be an Educational Department, consisting of a Minister of Education, who'shall be one of the responsible Ministers of the Crown, a Superinten dent of Education, Secretary, Inspec tors, Teachers, and such other officers as may be deemed necessary: and such Minister of Education, Superin tendent, Secretary, Inspectors, Tea chers and officers shall be appointed and removed by the Governor." We have from the very outset considered the Council of Education the weak point in the machinery of the system, and therefore it will be readily under stood that Mr. Bees' proposal to abolish this tody has our approval. At the same time we wish emphati . cally t3 disclaim any reflect1"on on the ...

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CORRESPONDENCE. CHRIST CHURCH ENTERTAINMENT. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 19 July 1878

CORRESPONDENCE. CHRIST CHURCH ENTERTAINMENT. TO THE EDITOR. Dear Sir—Tho' I do not possess a poet's fame, Yet to rhyme a little I can lay claim. If your paper's not filled with something 1 better, You may find room for this stupid letter. Last night in Kapunda I chanced to be— A nice little town, though not much to see; What to do with myself I did not know, Till someone said, " You had better go To the entertainment given in the Institute Hall For repairing the Chureh—roof, steeple, and all; There'll be instrumental music, and song, And all the rest that to concerts belong; But, better still, there'll be tableaux vivants J" So I went; and a pleasant evening I had.; The musical part was not at all bad. The children's chorus pleased me most j It was quite delightful to see such a host Of sweet young faces all looking bright. They should have been encored last night; 'Twould have sent them home in great de light. The first tableau was an " Eastern Scene One lady looked like a Syrian Q...

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BELVIDERE. SATURDAY, JULY 13. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 23 July 1878

BELVEDERE. Saturday, July 13. i AxkttaIi Meeting.—Present—Crs. Lange, Jackson, Mahonv, and Redd an. Cr. Jackson elected Chairman for the year. Balance sheet and books duly audited; approved. William Brock informed Council that contract Kb. 405 taken in liis son's name would not be carried out at contract price ; Brook & Son to be placed on the black list for twelve months. Granville S. Price wrote offering services as auditor at an anual fee of £10 10s.; not re quired, as Council had full confidence in their appointed auditors. Motion that a rate of Is. in the pound be declared; lost by casting vote of Chairman. Overseer to inspect roads and lay out works in No. 2 and 4 Wards. Cr. Lange to get spoondrain made at junction of Murray main road nearStockwelL Cr. Mahony reported having let to M. C-onlan filling rut and cutting approaches to ford on Crawford Creek through Section 7,598 at £2, and form ing 8 chains, at 17s. per chain, to T. Hogan. Overseer reported on work finished...

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DISTRICT COUNCILS. HAMILTON. SATURDAY, JULY 13. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 23 July 1878

DISTRICT COUNCILS. hamltok Saturday, july 13. Present—Messrs. Elesing, Marlow, Dorring ton, Warrick, and H. Stevens, sen. Mr. JE. G-. Elesing elected Chairman. Clerk reported Laving liad accounts audited, and laid copy of balance-sheet on table together with Auditor's report. Overseer reported having made enquiries re closed road at Mre. Barnes, and having given instructions to throw open same. Mrs. Garregan applied for extra re muneration on contract, Fox's Creek, owing to earthwork having been washed away by late rains; two pounds allowed for extras. Mr. E. Solomon drew attention to embankment thrown up on Boundary-road, thereby causing natural flow of water to enter his property; Overseer to give notice to Mr. Riley to re move obstruction; attention also drawn to dangerous state of road leading east ward over range; Council to meet and inspect. Letter from P. Miller drew attention to dangerous state of road, Anlaby Wool shed ; to be attended to immediately. Annual report from Dr....

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CHRIST CHURCH ENTERTAINMENT. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 23 July 1878

CHRIST CHURCH ENTERTAINMENT. TO THE EDITOR. Sir—I tlxint it due to your correspondent " A Perfect Stranger," to acknowledge with thanks the graceful tribute 'paid, and in ex cellent poetry, too, to those who gave the last entertainment in aid of the Christ Church Improvement Fund. I feel sure that each individual who had a Land in it, not forget ting the children, felt the compliment, and felt gratified and pleased by it. It would be improper to try to discover the name of your anonymous correspondent who has thought proper to conceal it, but I may be allowed to " guess" that he is a gallant gentleman, with the word accented on either syllable, and that he would, and probably has proved himself such, both in love and in war. I beg to give liim a most cordial invita tion to our next entertainment. I am, Sir, &c., J. M. D. Kapunda, July 22,1878.

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CORRESPONDENCE. MIDLAND ROAD BOARD AND THE SADDLEWORTH INSTITUTE. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 23 July 1878

CORRESPONDENCE. It mast be understood that we do not necessarily endorse the opinions of Correspondents under this heading. MIDLAND ROAD BOARD A2SHD SADDLEWORTH INSTITUTE. TO THE EDITOB. Sir—I wisli to correct Mr. Mottle's remarks re rent of office at Saddlewortk Institute- I did not take it upon myself to give a reply as to amount the Committee would accent to settle the matter, but consulted the President | and two other members of the Committee oil ; the subject. We have not been able to have : a Committee meeting lately, so few members attending no quorum being made up, or this matter would have been brought forward. I am, Sir, &c., JAS. MALCOLM, Hon. Sec. Institute Saddleworfcli. July 19,1878.

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HAMLEY BRIDGE. [From our own Correspondent.] July 17, 1878. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 23 July 1878

HAMLEY BRIDGE. [From our own Correspondent.] July 17, 1878. You will probably know that another of your townsmen has become one of as, so your loss has been our gain. Tliis refers to Mr. Pitzgerald, who keeps, and who keeps well, too, the Hamley Bridge HoteL The people of this place would be glad if you were to spare a few more like him., who would be welcomed among us. I don't know what they like so much in ; it is not the quantity, bo it must be the quality. However, the way he manages the house is certainly very credit able, for he seems to abhor drunkenness, and strives to keep it down—a qualification much needed in a well-kept hoteL There are now about twenty German immi grants here who have been put to work by Government at this end of the Hamley Bridge and Balaklava Railway line ; and a fine lot of fellows they appear to be, both able and willing to work. They are all at piecc-work at an absurdly low rate, namely, Is. per yard, making a cutting where the new line branches out...

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BELALIE. [From our own Correspondent.] July 14, 1878. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 23 July 1878

BELALIE. [From our own Correspondent.]} July 14, 1878. The weatlier lias been very cold since the rain fell in June, the nights being frosty, ■which has kept the wheat crops back; but the weather has now become milder, and some nice showers hare fallen during the past few days, causing the crops to grow rapidly. Feed in most parts is scarce on account of the frost. Some of our fanners are busily engaged in making tanks to catch water to last through the summer time, which is much needed in some parts of Belalie. Our Government school is now in working order, and has between thirty and forty scholars in attendance. Mrs. M. Price is the teacher, and Mr. Price assists, but he is an invalid, and is not able to move about very much. It was commenced about four months ago, and I believe will be a fine thing for the children of East and South Belalie. Jamestown is growing into a large and flourishing town, and I believe it will be the head township of the Northern Areas. It has five chapel...

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COUNTRY AUCTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 23 July 1878

COUNTRY AUCTIONS. Coles & Croodchild report having- held a clearing sale for Mr. John Moyle, at the Sir James Fergus son Hotel, T&rlee, on Tuesday, 16th inst. There -was a large attendance, and everything sold very satisfactorily.' Draught horses brought—mares, £4810/, £45, £45, £40 ; gelding, £45; agedgelding, £17; young stock, £16 and £9 5/,- entire colt, by Scotsman, 1 year 8 months old, £101: waggon, £35 j winnower, £1015/; double plough, £815/; harrows, £6 15/; scarifier, £10; mower, £10; horserake, £6 10;; roller, £3 ; spring dray, £9; harness and. sundries at good prices. Also Sections 204 and 90i5, Hundred of Gilbert, containing 154 acres, with in different hay crop, at £5 5/ per acre. Total sale, £1,319 5/. SALE OF PASTORAL COUNTRY, &c. • Coles & Goodchild report having sold at Crase's Hotel, Kapuuda, on Thursday, lSth inst., under in struction from Messrs. "White & Broot—Pastoral lease 2,077, District B, 13 years unexpired, together ...

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OUR CITY LETTER. [From our own Correspondent.] Adelaide, July 22,1878. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 23 July 1878

OUfi CITY LETTER. [From our own Correspondent.] Adelaide, July 22,1878. We have had a splendid week of rain, which commenced on Sunday evening, and continued throughout the next day. Tuesday and Saturday were fine, but Wednesday and Thursday were very wet, and some rain fell also on Friday. The returns as published daily are not very complete, as they are not always sent in regularly, but I find for the week they have come from an average of thirty-six stations for the five days on which rain fell, and the average rainfall for those stations is 2*176 inches. The Far North has had a splendid share, Blinman coming in for over three inches, and the rain has extanded throughout the country as far as Strangway's Springs. There has never been a finer season for the pastoral interest since the northern portion of the colony was stocked, and we have seldom had a more favourable one for agriculturalists. There are of course the usual drawbacks of flooded streams and bad roads, accidents " by...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 23 July 1878

ACETOPATHY. I HAVE this day appointed Mebsbs. SCANDRETT & ELLIOTT, Stationers, SOLE AGENTS for KAPUNDA for the sale of Messrs. P. Coutts & Son'e ACETIC ACID. W. C. RIGBY, Wholesale Agent and Sole Consignee for S.A. Adelaide, September 29, 1875. THE above, which is a Safe and Per manent Cure for Asthma, Colds, Rheu matisms, Spinal Complaints, Neuralgia, Fevers, and all Acute and Chronic Diseases; •with Sponges, Sprays, Flesh Brushes, Extra Tubing, and Pamphlets fully explaining mode of treat ment, and giving a number of Testimonials as to cures effected, can now be obtained in any quantity from the un dersigned. SCANDBETT &ELLIOTT, Hill-6treet, Kapunda. Sollovoay's Pills. — Invalids dis tracted by indigestion and discouraged in their search for its remedy should make trial of this never-failing medicine. A lady, long a martyr to dyspeptic tortures, writes that Holloway's Pills made her feel as if a burden had been taken off her. Her spirits, formerly low, have...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 23 July 1878

BERTH. MOREY.—On the 18th July, the wife o£ Henry B>. Morey, of a daughter (sfcillboni).

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NEW SOUTH WALES. Sydney, July 18. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 23 July 1878

NEW SOUTH WALES. Sydney, July 18. At a meeting of the Pearce Testimonial Fund Committee it was decided to present Mr, Pearce on his arrival in Sydney with, a testimonial, the form of which is at present undecided. The unexpended balance of the sum collected will probably be added to the Victorian fund. An influential meeting of ladies to form a branch of the Sericultural Society of Victoria was held yesterday; Lady Robinson, was in the chair. Sir A. Stephens and Lord Ronald Gower -were present. It was decided to enlist the assistance of the Duke and Duchess of Sutherland, Baroness Coutts, and the ladies of England, also the members of the British Houses of Parliament. Sydney, July 19. A requisition signed by the most influen tial citizens, including the Chief Justice, will be presented by the Mayor, desiring hiin to convene a public meeting with the object of forwarding congratulations to Earl Beacons field on his success at the Congress. Chester was scratched last night for the Syd...

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MONTHLY CALENDAR—JULY. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 23 July 1878

MONTHLY CALENDAB—JULY. Sim. Moon. Day of Month and Week. Rises. Sets. Rises. Sets. A.M. P.M. A.M. P.M. Monday 1 7 13 4 55 7 35 5 52 Tuesday 2 7 13 4 55 8 15 7 7 Wednesday 3 7 13 4 56 8 52 8 17 Thursday 4 7 12 4 56 9 24 9 30 Friday 5 7 12 4 57 9 54 10 38 Saturday 6 7 12' 4 57 10 22 11 45 Sunday 7 7 12 4 58 10 51 A.M. Monday 8 7 12 4 58 11 26 0 52 Tuesday 9 7 11 4 58 P.M. 2 1 Wednesday 10 7 11 4 59 0 50 3 5 Thursday 11 7 11 4 59 1 45 4 9 Friday 12 7 11 5 0 2 48 5 8 Saturday 13 7 10 5 0 3 54 5 59 Sunday 14 7 10 5 1 5 4 6 45 Monday 15 7 10 5 1 6 9 7 23 Tuesday 16 7 9 5 2 7 11 7 55 Wednesday 17 7 9 5 2 8 10 8 25 Thursday 18 7 9 5 3 9 6 8 51 Friday 19 7 8 5 3 10 2 9 15 Saturday 20 7 8 5 4 10 57 9 39 Sunday 21 7 7 5 5 11 52 10 3 Monday 22 7 6 5 6 A.M. 10 28 Tuesday 23 7 6 5 6 0 49 10 58 Wednesday 24 7 5 6 7 1 46 11 35 Thursday 25 7 4 6 8 2 45 P.M. Friday 26 7 4 5 9 3 41 1 13 Saturday 27 7 3 5 9 4 37 2 19 Sunday 28 7 2 5 10 5 26 3 19 Monday 29 7 1 6 11 6 11 4 47 Tuesday 30 7 0 5 12 6 48 6 0...

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The Kapunda Herald. TUESDAY, JULY 23, 1878. THE MOUNT BARKER RAILWAY, [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 23 July 1878

Wfft HapuitJja Horaliu TUESDAY, JULY 28, 1878. THE MOUNT BARKER RAILWAY, It appears to be a settled thing that the present Parliament will sanction the construction of a railway to Nairne or Mount Barker; but al though our protest will not affect the result, we feel bound to enter such protest, and to briefly explain the position we take in so doing. It pleases some of the advocates of this measure to make it a party question of North v. South, because they are thereby enabled to characterize any opposition thereto as being traceable to a feeling of rivalry between these two divisions of the colony. Some time back when the people in this dis trict specially protested against this Mount Barker scheme it was said they did so because they were fearful if that fine was agreed to, the Kaptmda line would never be extended to the North-West Bend. This latter rail way is now nearly completed, yet the feeling against the Mount Barker line is just as strong as ever, so it certainly, cannot be...

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A BRUSH WITH THE KAFFIRS. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald — 23 July 1878

A BRUSH WITH THE KAFFIRS. The following is ail extract from a letter received by Mr. J. B. Austin from bis sou, who is about 23 years of age, and who is at present at the Transvaal. It has been banded to ns for publication :— On Saturday, April 6, we beard reports that the Griquas, in conjunction with the Pond&s, Basutos, and Hlangwinis, were going to rise, attack Kokstadt, and sweep all the white men out of the district. We forthwith made careful enquiries from friendly Kaffirs, who had spies out, and had the report to a certain extent confirmed. The Grriquas we found intended rising, and would probably be joined by the Hlangwinis and some other Kaffirs. We therefore deemed it expedient to yard the stock, and watch all through Sunday and Monday nights. The next day (Tuesday) was that on which the attack was supposed to take place, and accordingly we succeeded in hiring a waggon, put a few things into it, and proceeded with that and the stock to a farm about six miles off, o...

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