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THE KAPUNDA HERALD. Friday, October 25th, 1867. MUNICIPAL MATTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 25 October 1867
THE KAPUNDA HERALD. Friday., October 25th, 1867. MUNICIPAL MATTERS. At length the Council are about to take measures for obtaining an accurate survey of the Corporate town of Kapunda; a step which should have been one of the first carried out after the Corporation was de clared, and one which would have saved much annoyance to those citizens who, during the past twelve or eighteen months have been building in a state of uncer tainty as to whether or not they were en croaching on the streets or keeping too far back, and the works undertaken bv the Council itself have to a great degree shared in this uncertainty. A great dif ference of opinion has existed with refe rence to tbe boundaries of the allotments abutting on the creek reserve, whilst the Railway-road has had to- do without foot paths simply because no one knew which were the proper boundaries of the road in question. The obstacle which has hitherto prevented this work being carried out was one which is felt in common by all ...
LOCAL COURT—KAPUNDA. MONDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1867. [Before J. S. Browne, Esq., S.M.] DEFENDED CAUSES. REES AND ANOTHER V. DAVIS. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 25 October 1867
LOCAL COURT-K.APUNDJL MONDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1867. [Before J. S. Browne, Esq., S.M.J DEFENDED CAUSES. BEES AND ANOTHER T. DAVIS. 1 Claim for £18 0/3, balance of an account for | work and labour done. j This case was adjourned from last week for the production of certain receipts by Mr Morgan. Mr Davis (the defendant) stated that Morgan was in gaol, and could not, therefore, produce the receipts; but he would ask permission to interrogate one of the plaintiffs. The Court granted permission. Mr Thomas Bees examined. By defendant-Remembered the 20th May, when defendant asked him to go to work; never heard Morgan's name mentioned; went to the works with with defendant; never made any arrangement with Morgan about quarryiDg stone; never offered to quarry the stones for Morgan at 1/6 per yard; asked Davis for the first money that was due; asked defendant for 15/9 to pay Daniel Thomas ; Davis showed him the quarry and where he was to raise the stone; remembered the 5th June; never .asked Morg...
DISTRICT COUNCILS. GILBERT. MONDAY, OCTOBER 21. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 25 October 1867
DISTRICT COUNCILS. GILBERT.. MONDAY, OCTOBER 21. present-All members. lietter received from A. Macaulay, Esq., respecting footpaths in Riverton; also circular from Crowa Lands office, requesting return, of depasturing licences issued by Council. Clerk to write to Central Road Board requesting.that the District Banger might be empowered to impound cattle straying on main lines, also for power to proceed against parties damaging the footpaths now constructing in the towjaship «f Riverton. Surveyor to in spect approach to Riverton Pound, and report next meeting. Permission granted to H. Sanders to remove trees and stumps off road near Sec tion 61. Bank receipt for £17 17/ laid on table. C.. Beid's tender for Contract 30 accepted. Con tract 46 deferred till after harvest. Road near Pfeiffer's to be repaired, and footbridge to be erected over River Gilbert at Darby's crossing. Receipts, JE6 15/fi; payments, £159 12/10.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 25 October 1867
ON MONDAY, October 28, at noon. AT THE SALEROOOM. BT OKDEB OF THE MORTGAGEE VALUABLE LEASE OF GILBERT ARMS, STOCKPORT,1 AND ALLOTMENTS AD JOINING* /^HARLES TIDEMANN is instructed by the Mortgagee to sell by auction, as above, at bis Saleroom, on Monday, October 28, at noon A11 that VALUABLE LEASE of the GIL BERT ARMS, STOCKPORT, and Allotments adjoining. This is the only Inn at Stockport, doing an excellent business, and is in the occupation of -Mr. William Manuel. The Leave has about eight years to run, and the rental is £80 per annum. Within the last two years upwards of £250 hare been expended on the property. . This is a good investment for Brewers, Wine and Spirit Merchants, and others, and also a good spec, for a person desirous of becoming an Innkeeper of a good Home in a thickly-popu lated neighbourhood. Terms at time of Sale. TO FARMERS ON THE GILBERT. IN HE G. M. ALLEN, INSOLVENT. JOHN SMALL will sell by auction, NEXT WEDNESDAY, 30TH OCTOBER, at 12 noon, at the SIR JOHN FR...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 25 October 1867
TO A. DVBBTI S E a S iri the KAPUNDA HERALD.-The following is the SCALE of DISCOUNTS on Advertisements n the KAPUNDA HERALD,when prepaid: insertions^, 3d-*«* the Shilling, or 25 percent, ^nlertion!.!} 8*d.in theShilling, or 29* percent. during^rtr.}" 4cLiutlieSMlling,orSS£percent. The Scale of Chargesis as follows: Two lines ... One-Shilling. Three lines One Shilling and Sixpence. . . Four lines . ... . Two Shillings. ; j Fire lines ... Two Shillings and Sixpence. ] Six lines... ... Two Shillings and Sixpence. Each linemore Four-pence. - Figore,or.Table-work Adverti8ements,charged at eixpenceperlinethroughout. . The KAPUNDA ffRBAT.n has nowan exten sive circclation all over the Northern Country,j including Gawler, Sheaoak Log, Greenock, Nuri ootps,Angaston, .Stoekwell, Truro, North and , South Rhine, LyndoehVallfey, Moorundfee: Stot>k p6rt,Linwood, Gilberton,Rhyiiie, the Wakefield,! River ton, Saddleworth} Auburn, Mintaro.LeaB-: iwgHam, Watervale, Penworfcham, Clare. Si«unt; Rema...
ADELAIDE CORN MARKET. Adelaide, October 24, 1867. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 25 October 1867
ADELAIDE CO &lt;N MARKET. Adelaide, October 24, 1867. The Wheat and Flour market has been very inactive daring the week, and prices have some what declined. Although sellers of Wheat mostly held for 5/ per bushel, this price was unobtainable; several parcels were offered at 4/10 per bushel without finding purchasers. Beat brands Flour are worth about .£11 10/per ton. The tone of the market to-day was a little firmer, but we did not hear of any actual trans actions. ' Bran, Pollard, B&rley, and Oats are very dull of sale. We quote to-day Wheat at the Port, 4/10 per bushel; ditto in town, 4/7 to 4/8; Flour, £11 to £12 oer ton; Bran, /9 per hushel; Pollard, 1/to l/l; Gape Barley, 2/9 to 3/; English ditto, 3/6 to 4/; Oats, 3/ to 41. A. F. CHRIS rEN & CO.
KAPUNDA MARKET PRICES. "Kapunda Herald " Office, Friday, October 25, 1867. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 25 October 1867
KAPUNDA MARKET PRICES. "Kapunda Herald " Office, Friday, October 25, 1867. Wheat 4/2 per bushel Flour per ton, XI1 10/ Ditto per bag, 24s Bread, per 2lb loaf, 3d to 3jd Ditto per lb 2d Bran per 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 Pork, ditto, ditto 5d to 6d Steaks, and chops ditto, 4d Hams ditto, Is 9d bacon ditto, 9d Butter per lb-Fresh, 8d Eggs per dozen, /7 Potatoes, old, 4/6 per ewt.; 18lb. for If Ditto new 1 Jd per lb. 12/ per cwt. Geese, 4s 6d to 5s scarce Turkeys, 4s to 5s
KADINA. October 30, 1867. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 1 November 1867
KADINA. fFrom our own Correspondent."? October 30.1867. On Thursday night last, a very sudden death occurred in this townshsp. A Mrs. N. Rowe after returning from the Primitive Methodist Chapel where she had been attending service, toot snpper and went to bed, about 10 o'clock she com plained of feeling ill, and died within half an hour afterwards. An inquest was held on Friday before Mr. Or. N. Birks, J.P., and the verdict recorded was " Died from natural causes." The Glass Blowers are in this neighbourhood, and I believe are to appear in Kadina next week. The members of the Kariimv Young Men's Mutual Improvement Society are getting up an entertainment for 13th proximo.
AUBURN. October 31, 1867. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 1 November 1867
AUBURN. [From a Correspondent.] October Never did Auburn loos so gay as on the morning of the 30th inBt., when the news arrived that our long respected Royal visitor had arrived. The promptitude with which all arrangements were carried out is deserving of great credit. A little before 5 o'clock! a.m., an Union Jack was hoisted on the flagstaff erected on the Telegraph Station; shortly after many flags were to be seen flying from not only all oar public buildings but many private residences. The string of flags erected on Messrs. Adamson Bros', large shed presented a very nice appearance. The fireworks, bonfires, &c., in the evening were a great success, although some gentleman made a great mistake by letting off some fireworks while the bonfire was burning, which only proved the bonfire gave the m ost brilliant light. I cannot tell the number of persons that must have passed through this township on their road to Adelaide-I should think at least 500 to-day, and many are stil...
KAPUNDA. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 26. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 1 November 1867
KAPUNDA. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 26. I Present-The Chairman (Mr Jeffs), Council lors White, Windebank, Hazel, and Kelly. Minutes of previous meeting read and confir med. A deputation from Belvidere District Council waited upon Council to request its coin cidence to making a deviation of road ou boun dary of district. After some discussion it was decided that the Chairman and Clerks of both Councils meet on the ground on Wednesday. One of the deputation also requested the Council to open the promised road through Hyne'fl sec tion, which was promised should be done. The deputation then thanked the Council for the courteous reception they had received, and took their leave. Read, a letter from Mr H. C. Palmer, solicitor for Messrs. Prior and Simpson, demand ing the road through Section 1561. After a long discussion the matter was ordered to stand over for further consideration, and the Clerk was in structed to write to Mr Palmer to that effect. Received and read, a letter from the Commis sio...
BELVIDERE. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 26. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 1 November 1867
BELVIDERE. SATUBDAY; OCTOBER 26. Present-Councillors Schmidt, O Loughlin, Carey, and Lange. In the absence of the regular Chairman, Councillor O'Loughlin was elected pro tern. The following tenders were accepted-Frank Perry, for bridge at Crawford's £16, for bridge near O'Loughlin's £14; W. Brock, for ford and catting near Bryne's, £15 ; E. Gurry, for ap proaches and ford near Grosser's, £22 5/; T. O'Loughlin, for forming road, Spring Creek, £7 3J; Gurry and Maguire, for erecting new fence 6/ per rod, shifting old fence 1/8 per rod, on Section 99. A deputation comprising Messrs. Kerr, Hart, and others attended in support of a memorial presented some time ago urging the necessity of opening a road through a part of Section 281. Mr Carey replied that, owing to the present state of the finances of the district, the work wanted has to be deferred. It was ultimately deoided that some of the members of the present deputation meet Councillors Shannon, Carey, and the Clerk at the place to a...
CLARE. MONDAY, OCTOBER 28. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 1 November 1867
CLA.KE. MONDAY, OCTOBER 28. Present-Councillors Kimber (in tbe chair}, Priest and Trilling. Councillors Priest and Trilling reported works supervised by them finished; payment ordered. Councillor Trilling to inspect road near Trestrail's, also to have ford near Yauser's repaired. Councillor Priest to have repairs done in Kyfce-street, Mintaro. Councillor Trilling and Clerk to inspect road near Sections 4 and 7, and invite tenders for re pairs. Clerk to attend to repairs near Wesleyan Chapel, also at Emu Plat. Clerk to gazette closing of Pound, Penwortham. Clerk reported on works in progress. Tenders accepted at per chain-No. 3. S. Harford, £8 15/; No. 4. O. Clark, £17/6; No. 5. W. Boundy, £1 15/; No. 6. W. Gray, £1 8/; No. 7. W. Boundy, .£1 10/. Payments, £36 1/6.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 1 November 1867
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MAIN LINES. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 1 November 1867
MAIN LINES. TO THE EDITOR. Sir-The chief cause of expense in repairs on main lines, in my opinion, is paying so many men to look over a few. I have frequently noticed only one man working and one looking on. The mystery of road repairs must be very great if it requires two beads, besides the Sur veyor, to work one pair of bands. If the repairs were let by tender for twelve months, in small pieces from ten chains to one hundred, it would prove that one head could work one pair of bands-and that pair would do as much as two pairs under the present'system. It is evident some different method from the present must be adopted shortly; and the Parliament are asking for all the information they can get. I wish some of your more able correspondents would give their.opinions, for it requires a great deal of knowledge on the working of different systems to arrive st one that would work well here. My own impression is that tramways are best, be cause they pay for themselves without tolls. * " ...
GOLDEN GIFTS. CHAPTER XXI. EDITH'S FRIENDSHIPS. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 1 November 1867
OOIiDEN GrIFTS. u by THE AUTHOB OF " MABIA3J"" "VEBMOiNT TALE ETC., ETC. CHAPTER XXI * EDITH'S PBIEJSTDSHIPS. "Rnrrir WALI&lt;ACE was made much of, and petted, and fondled, and coaxed back to health, till the roses came to her cheeks, and the full bright smile to her lips, and the light to her eyes; and Thurza was constrained to exclaim that if as an invalid she had thought her pretty, she was certainly ten times fairer and prettier, and more engaging now. And it was not Thurza alone who thought her so. Old Mr. Kingsley began to call her his second daughter; and Godfrey declared if that was the case, he certainly should style himself her brother; and then Mrs. Dunstone quietly added, that if all the rest claimed relationship, she should take her for her niece. And thus between them they contrived to make her feel veiy happy and very much at home. There were visitors at the house, too, who were not con tented with a second glance at Edith, and who, once introduced found there...
CORRESPONDENCE. FREE RAILWAY PASSES. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 1 November 1867
CORRESPONDENCE. FREE RAILWAY PASSES. TO THE EDITOR. Sir-Some of the M.P.'s that cannot make daily use of the free passes, are making a great fuss about insulted dignity; but it is well known that the farmers ha?e very little chance of being represented by country members without a free pass by rail or 'bus. if they hare a long distance to go; it is quite sufficient to lose time and neglect business, for the good of any district, without having to spend his money also. I would oppose the payment of members, because that would put into Parliament a lot of the greatest talkers in the Province, and it is well ifn own as a general rule that those who talk the most have the least time for thinking-there are enough of those there already. If we do not pay the travelling expenses of country members, we shall have no country members, but we must elect some place-hunter about Adelaide, such as we have had before-and we would be better without any member than to have a bad one. By inserting th...
THE ENGINEER'S STORY. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 1 November 1867
THE ENGINEER'S STORY. I am an engineer. Ever since ? road was laid, I've travelled over it every day, or nearly every day, of my life. For a good while I had the same engine in charge-the San Francisco-the prettiest engine on the road, and as well managed, if I may say so, as the best. It was a south-western road, running, we will say, from A. to Z. At A., my good old mother lived ; at Z. I had the sweetest little wife under the sun, and baby; ai)d I always had a dollar or two put by for a rainy day. 1 was an odd kind of a man. Being shut up with the engine, watching with all yoar eyes and heart and soul, inside and out, don't make a man talkative. My wife's name was Josephine, and I called her Jo. Some people call me unsociable, and couldn't understand how a man could feel friendly without saying ten words in an hour. So, though I had a few friends-dear ones too I did not have so many acquaintances as most people, and did not care to have. The house which held my wife and baby was ...