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THE KAPUNDA HERALD. Friday, November lst, 1867. BUSH FIRES. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 1 November 1867

THE KAPUNDA HERALD. Friday, November ls£, 1867. BUSH FIRES. The season is now approaching when we are usually visited with that scourge of the Australian squatter and farmer-the bush fire-and this year there _ is ...every probability should any such fire once pet fairly kindled that the devastation^.whioh would follow in its wake would be unusually great; for, owing to*the rains having fallen so copiously, and these being followed by the genial sunshine, the grass is much higher than usual; and the dis-r trict roads, in place of being- bare, are also covered with long grassj so that instead of acting as a stay to the spread of the devouring element, these roads would become the channels by which it would become conveyed from one farm to another, and so on nntil wide-spread ruin and blackened desolation usurped the place of beautiful fields of golden grain. The farmer of South Australia has ever to be fearful of some contingency arisin0" to rob him of the fruits of the soil. No soone...

Publication Title: Kapunda Herald And Northern Intelligencer
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THE KAPUNDA DISTRICT COUNCIL. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 1 November 1867

THE KAPUNDA D1STKICT COUNCIL, TO THE EDITOR. Sir-Believing that our District Council is composed of gentlemen who are really studying the welfare of the ratepayers by expending large sums in surveys for the purpose of opening new roads leading nowhere, or somewhere else, and this at a time when, according to your reports of several successive meetings, not even a dog has been registered, but £. s. d. has been en tirely superseded by NIL-believing all this, I feel sure they only requra to be informed that at a very small cost (without any survey) they could remove some really dangerous stumps and trees on the Stockport road from Kapunda, opposite to Mr Hawke's house, and it would be immediately dooe, and thus afford themselves a treat (in an easy conscience), atd sooner or later save either the life or limb of some. X am, Sir, &^'ravELLER. Kapunda, October 29. 1867-.

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MACLAREN V. GREENOUGH. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 1 November 1867

MACLAREN V. GBEENOTJGH. This was a claim for £23 2s. 6d., for woTk and labour done. The defendant pleaded pay ment of £20, and paid in the .balance of £3 2/6. Mr Palmer appeared for the defendant. In this case Mr. Palmer pointed out that Mr I<iston, one of the Magistrates, was summoned as a witness; and His Worship replied that he had advised Mr Liston to give evidence from the Bench, and would take the responsibility of giving that advice. Mr Peter Maclaren examined. By the Court-Had served the account over and over again (for work done) to defendant, and the amount had not been disputed; Mr Greanough and himself had a quarry in com mon, and he did work for Mr Greenough per sonally, and Mr Greenough worked for him personally; witness settled his personal bill, and wished defendant to do the same, keeping the partnership accounts distinct, on which if there was any balance due he was willing to pay it; would swear to the items in his account, which was for plastering, &am...

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THE ARRIVAL OF THE PRINCE. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 1 November 1867

THE ARRIVAL OF THE PHINOE. We .must throw ourselves on the in* dulgence of our readers this week for a somewhat scanty report of news, &c. The arrival of the Prince on Wednesday morning {tut a stop to all business in Kapanda, and oyalty was the uppermost feeling in every breast-which feeling manifested itself by a sudden decampment to town of all who could in any way manage to get away 5 and as-printers nave the same desire to manifest their loyalty as other classes of the community, our staff was also carried - "away by the steam-horse to Adelaide. On the morning when the news was re ceived of the Duke's arrival (the first inti mation of which was given bythe hoisting of the flag at Harden's Hotel, Jfapunda) wore quite a holiday aspect. Flags in profusion were waving in the breeze, people were hurrying to and fro; and the black smiths, let off their extemporised anvil ordnance, in the exuberance of their joyous feelings. Our headers may well imagine what a ' relief the arri...

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TO MY UNCLE TOBY. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 1 November 1867

TO MX UNCLE TOBY. Musha, unkle darlint, its meself has the sore J hart entirely. Afther the illigant letters you I rote, sore could yez be sorsprized that I tuk wid a liking to come to this fine land that ye sed so much about ?-and wirra wirra, bad cess to me, when I got here the sorra a unkle could I find at all, at all. Ocb, its meself has the sore, sore heart this day in remimberance of that same, for its yerself was the kind ould chap; and what makes it worse, the sorra a one of me knows where to be afther looking for ye-had you only left your thereekflhens, sure I wudent mind at all at all. I suppose my only chance of finding ye out will be to put this in the papers-the same paper as ye wrote to meself in, which is very near as good as the " Ballymalone Schkull cracker," a paper whose sentements are well known, more especially as its meself rote all the elegeut axtikela in it about the Famions, and the fashions, and the like. Sure I found on getting to this place that it's the ...

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LOCAL COURT—KAPUNDA. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 24, 1867. FULL JURISDICTION. [Before J. S. Browne, Esq., S.M., W. Liston, Esq., J.P., aad M. H. S. Blood, Esq., J.P.] APPLICATIONS. HANLEY V. BOND. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 1 November 1867

LOCAL COURT-KAPUNDA. THURSDAY, OCTOBEB 24, 1867. Ftnx JURISDICTION. [Before J. S. Browne, Esq., S.M., W. Listoa, Esq., J.P., aad M. H. S. Blood, Esq., J.P.] APPLICATIONS. HANLEY V. BOND. Mr Palmer for plaintiff ; Mr Brady for de fendant. This was an application for a new trial, on the ground that the plaintiff had been taken by surprise. Application refused. J. ROWEIT V. BATTEN. Mr Palmer for plaintiff;. Mr Brady for de fendant. Mr Palmer applied to amend the plaint by joining the name of Edwin Rowett, the appren tice himself, as plaintiff with that of his father, and other amendments. Mr Brady opposed the application being en tertained at that stage of the case. No notice had been given of the application to amend. His Worship thought that a nonsuit had been entered, when the case might have been brought anew in a fresh form ; but as a new trial had been ordered by the Supreme Court, he should not feel at liberty to vary the terms of the former trial. Application to amend refused. ...

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ARRIVAL OF H.M.S. GALATEA. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 1 November 1867

ARRIVAL OF H.M.S. GALATEA. "We condense the following report from the Register of Wednesday last: " The long-Iooked-for Galatea has arrived at last. On Tuesday night a shower of rockets in the Gulf brought all the inhabitants of Glenelg down pell-mell to the Jetty, and set the j signals prematurely to work. The news was [ quickly flashed to Adelaide, and spread like ! wildfire through the street. Between half-past ! 8 and 9 o'clock there was a rapid series of tran i sitionB from eager expectation to sanguine hope, fr m hope to confidence, and from confidence to | certainty. At 9 o'clock a sudden change occured and suspicions of a hoax began to circulate. By | 10 o'clock the whole affair was exploded, and the ' disappointed returned home in no Christian humour with their supposed victimisers. *' Meanwhile the object of all this excitement was quietly steaming up the Gulf, and, as it afterwards transpired, the rockets which had caused the supposed false alarm were sent up from the dec...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 1 November 1867

UNRESERVED SALE OF HORSES FROM QUEENSLAND. AT CRASE'S YARD, 'Kk^62JBA. ON SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 2^ ^T^NE <$&&&&'''' "* JEW KIN COLES, is instructedTby John Costello, Esq., to sell by auction} as above Fifty Head of HORSES^ of the MC brand, from Queensland. The Auctioneer would direct special attention 1 to this Mob, comprising some really good Horse Stock, which is to be sold entirelv , , .. WITHOUT RESERVE. . w ? r Terms-Approved Bills at Three MonthB, for' _ ... ._... sums over £20 ; ONSATORDAY, NOVEMBER 2. AT TWELVE O'CLOCK " AT CEASE'S YARDS, KAPUNDA. TENKIN 00LES is favoured with w Instructions from the Rev. F. Byrne to sell by auction, pa above 1 Pair IRON-GREY CARRIAGE HORSES, Four and Five YearB old, guaranteed perfectly quiet, and a splendid match, «. _ Termsj^t-Sale.; -5 " RY ORDER OF Jriffi -MORTGAGEE. ~ AT CRASE'S ROOM, KAPUNDA. ON_ SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 16. . ... - ^ oNE O'CLOCK. TENKIN GOXiES is instructed by the Mortgagee' to sell ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 1 November 1867

TO A D VERTI SERS in the . - KAPUNDA HEE A.LD.-The following is the SCALE of DISCOUNTS on Advertisements n the I£APUNDA HEBALD, when prepaid: insertions^.^ Sd"111 the Shilling, or 25 percent, 9inflerti?Hv !.!} 3j4.inttieShilliBgv.or 29 £ percent, j during^rtr. I;4**-111 the Shilling, or S3£ percent. | The Scale of ChargeB isas follows: . Two lines : ... One Shilling. j Threelines .. One Shilling and Sixpence, j Four tines Two Shillings. Fivelines ... Two Shillings and Sixpence. Six lines... ... Two Shillings and Sixpence. .. Each line1 more Fonr-penee. . Figare,or Table-work Advertisements,charged at sixpence per line throughout. The KAPUNDA HERALD has now Ian exten sive Circulation all over the Northern Country, including Gawier, Sheaoak Log, Greenock, Nuri ootpa,. 'Angaston, ^tockwell, Truro, North, and SottthBHineJ LyndochValley, iloorundee. Stock port, I»iriwo>od, Gilberton, Rhynie, the Wakefield; Riverfcon, Saddleworth, Auburn, Mintaro Leas ingfaam, Watervale, Penwortham, Cl...

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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 1 November 1867

WEEKLY CALENDAR. Day of Month and Week. Satday., 'Nov. Sunday, ' Monday, 1 Tuesday, ' Wednesdy,' Thursday, ' Friday, ' Sun. Rises. Sets, a.m. 5. 2 5. 1 5. 0 4.59 4-58 4.57 4.56 p.m. 6.26 6.27 6.28 6.29 6.30 6 31 6.32 Moon. Rises. Sets, a.m. 9.10 10. 0 10.52 11.46 p.m. 1.38 {2.36

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KAPUNDA MARKET PRICES. "Kapunda Herald" Office, Friday, November 1, 1867. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 1 November 1867

KAPUNDA MARKET PRICES. "Kapunda Herald" Office,Friday, November 1,1867. Wheat 4/ per bushel Flour per ton, £11 ' Ditto per bag, 24s Bread, per 2lb loaf, 33 to 3^d Ditto per lb 2d Bran per bushel, /II Pollard par bushel, 1/1 . Hay, per ton-£2/ Beef per lb, 3d to 4d Mutton, ditto, 2d and 3d Pork, ditto, ditto 5d to Gd Steaks, and chops ditto, 4d -Hamsditto, Is 9d bacon ditto, 9d Butter per lb-Fresh, 8d Eggs per dozen, /7 Potatoes, old, 4/6 per cwt.; 18lb. for 1/ Ditto new l^d per lb. 12/ par cwt. Geese, 4s 6d to 5s scarce Turkeys, 4s to 5s

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MISCELLANEA. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 8 November 1867

MISCELLANEA. In bull-fight days, a blacksmith, who, was fearing a bull pup, induced his father to go on all-fours to imitate the bull. The canine pupil pinned the old man by the nose. The son, disregarding the parental roaring, exclaimed, " Hold him, Growler, boy, hold him! . Bear it, father, bear it; it'll be the making of the pup!" " I don't like to patronize this line," said a culprit,to the hangman, who was adjusting the noose: around his neck.-*. Oh, never mind this once," replied the hangman; " it will soon suspend its operation." A JOB FOR AN A»CHBISHOP out OF WOBK>^A.correspondent of the Examiner writes " The Archbishop of Armagh must hail with delight a seat on the Royal Commission for enquiry into Ritualistic practices. It will afford him that which he must have been greatly in need of-viz., an excuse for absenting himself from his diocese. He arrived in this metropolis shortly before, and has, I believe, remained ever since the session: of Parliament com menced-not, be...

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GOLDEN GIFTS. CHAPTER XXII. THE VISIT TO THE "WREN'S NEST." [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 8 November 1867

GOLDM GIPTS. BX XHSlJtfJXBOfi OF " MABIAN" VEBMOHT TALE ETC., ETC. CHAPTER XXII> THE TISet TO THE ""WKEN's NEST." Thtteza: Kxngsley felt something like Edith did on her first', acquaintance withthe" Wren's jNest" in its primitive condition,; whenshe woke in the morning and, turning aside the white curtains from the bright little window, peeped out into fairy land; veritable feiry land, it seemed to her, for not even at G-lei Osmond, was there anything like" the stretch of scenery that lay before her vision inall lihe loveliness and verdure of a spring morning. Plowers:!--had she ever seen such a collection before in her life! a perfect mosaic of colours, warm and rich and glowing, melting into the dark green of the. foliage around.; beyond,' those mag nificent hills, all crowned with, flovvery garlands, softly , dinted into hollows, and' swelling into velvety undulations'; and those deep, dark ravines, shadowy and tnysterious-looking. Why, there was romance in the whole; and Thur...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 8 November 1867

Hollo way's Pills.-IAvev, Lungs and Kidneys.-A large number of internal meladies arise from obstructions, over the removal of which these celebrated Pills exercise the most perfect controL A course of'them is strongly recom mended as a remedy for- almost' all chronic affections-as liver complaint, congestion of the lungs, torpidity of the kidneys, and other functional disorders which cause much present suffering, and if neglected lay the foundations of incurable diseases. Holloway's Pills, are especially adapted for the young and delicate ; their gentle and purifying action places them above all other medicines. In : indigestion^ nervous affections, /out and: rheumatism* these Pills have raised for themselves *n universal fame. They expel all impurities from the blood f and thus restore cheerfulness and vigour. -Advt. A Or. DO you suffer from physical incapacity ? Are you sutferh g.from nervous debility? Have you been tne guilty vie 'tim of any sea et vice ? Do you suifer from a,set...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 8 November 1867

MARRIAGE. PITCHER - BLOOD. - On Thursday, the 7th November, by the Bev. Canon Farr, M.A., ^seUted.bv the Rev. T. Jasper Smyth, M.A., at the" chapel of the Collegiate School of St. Peter, John Garlick Pitcher, Esq., of Ka punda, to Elizabeth Charlotte Catherine, fifth daughter of M. Hi S. Blood, Esq., M.D., J.P., Mayor of Kapunda. No cards.

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CORRESPONDENCE. KAPUNDA DISTRICT COUNCIL. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 8 November 1867

CORRESPONDENCE. KAPUNDA DISTBICI COUNCIL, TO THB EDITOR. Sir-In reply to a letter in your last week*b | issue signed "Traveller," I beg to,state that tbo District Council of Kapunda have not u been spending large starts in surreys for the purpose of opening new roads leading nowhere;" there have only been two roads opened by the Council,, and one of those was bought by private subscription -the Council paying for the survey only-and the other memorialized for by about thirty rate payers as being a most necessary work, which in fact it was, as there were several settlers who were quite unable to get a loaded dray to or from their farms, without trespassing on their neighbour's land. Mr Oldham has been the only Surveyor em* ployed by the Council up to the time of nay ap-. appointment, and now I have to do ail aueh work without any extra pay. Mr Oldham's account for twelve month's surveying, is from a large sum for the work he has done ; thed r-, also as to " not even a dog has been re...

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THE KAPUNDA HERALD. Friday, November 8th, 1867. ROYAL VISIT TO THE NORTH. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 8 November 1867

THE KAPUNDA HERALD. ; Friday., November 8th, 186?. ROYAL ViSIT TO THE NORTH. "Wednesday last was a red-letter, day in the history of Kapunda, for on that occa sion it was visited byano.less illustrious personage than England's Sailor Prince, the Duke of Edinburgh, the second son of our most gracious Queen. The town was decked with verdure and coloured flags,, whilst a vast crowd thronged the streets, many of the persons of whom it was com posed having come in from very long dis tances northwards to be present oh the auspicious occasion. The weather was all that could be desired, although the large concourse moving to and fro naturally caused the dust to circulate rather too freely to be pleasant. However, that was a minor evil, and was borne with the utmost good humour. The reception accorded to His Royal Highness was most loyal and enthusiastic, whilst during his short stay in the township his manner impressed all who had the pleasure of being near him with a conviction of the plea...

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DISTRICT COUNCILS. GILBERT. MONDAY, NOVEMBER 4. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 8 November 1867

DISTRICT COUNCILS. GILBERT. MONDAY, NOVEMBER 4. . Present--Councillors Farrow (in the ehair), Hirsch, and O-Halloran. Letter received from Mr J. Brown, appealing against assessment .. of Ryelanda,Estate, bat offering topayanas sessment of 1/6 per acre; also from Mr Cuneen, requesting Council to reduce assessment on Section 384. Clerk to write to Mr Cuneen, in forming him that Council are willing to comply'. * with his request; also to Mr, Brown that- his proposal cannot be entertained, as the Council consider Rvelands equitably assessed Memorial received fro:n eleven ratepayers against closing ., road through Section 505; held over till next meeting. Contract 51 to be deferred, till. next ? meeting. F. Heparty's tender for Contracts 47 and 49, and J. O'Brien's for Contracts 48 anc|., 50, accepted. Councillors O'Halloran and Farrow, with the Chairman, to inspect bridge at Torpy's. Bank receipt for £2.3 4/ laid on table. Receipts, .£13 0/6; payments, £125 12/2.

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RHYNIE. October 30, 1867. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 8 November 1867

RHYNIE. [From our own Correspondent.} October 30, 1867. 1 Oar township just now presents a very lively appearance, from the large number of waggons nnd .drays loaded with wool passing through. The farmers also seem to take the advantage of the late rise in the price of wheat of sending their wheat to market,- which a good many of them now think they have kept back long enough. I may also state that our township is improving. A very commodious wheelwright's shop has been built here within the last few weeks, and another general store is about being erected. What we want now is a good Institute. This morning considerable commotion was created here by hearing the reports of several cannons, which was the means of informing us that the Prince had arrived; the news seems to have spread far and wide in a very short time. From early morn till evening a large number of pleasure-seekers passed through here for town, bent as it were ou having a peep at the Prince. We have had some very hotrda...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 8 November 1867

E LECTORAL NOTICE. COURTS OP REVISION. TIMES AND PLACES OF HOLDING COURTS. District. Barossa... Light. 60 . .§" § ? SB i r TheBurra Stanley... Places where Court will be held. to « c ^o2 ft © H Local Court "I House, [ Tanunda ) Local Court } House, > Kapunda )j Local Court } House,. > Redruth ) Local Court > Souse,. Clare J Nov 19, Nov 19 Nov 20 Nov21 Hour^ 2?p.ra. 10 a.m. 4 pm 11a.m. WILLIAM ft. BOOTHBY, Returning Officer for the Province

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