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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 22 November 1867
ON SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 28. AT ELEVEN O'CLOCK SHARP. AT THE SIR JOHN FRANKLIN YARDS, KAPDNL^L TENKIN COLES -is instructed by H-. " C. Palmer, Esq., to sell by auction, as! 1 Heavy Draught TASMANIA!* MARE, I 5 years old, thoroughly sound and! stanch. ALSO, 1 Black Mare; carries a Lady. AND 1 Newport Pagnell, with Set of Silver Mounted Harne8B. Terms at Sale. " IMPORTANT SALE. ~ On SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 23. AT TWELVE O'CLOCK. AT THE MINERS' ARMS, KAPUNDA. HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. AND STOCK IN-TRADE OF A PUBLICAN. TENKIN COLES has been V by Mr. D. B. Wiltshire, to sell instructed sell by auction, as above-? The WHOLE of his VALUABLE STOCK IN-TRADE as a PUBLICAN Wines, Beer, Spirits Bar fittings, Bar Engine &c., &e., &c. ! AISO, The whole of the HOUSEHOLD FURNI TURE, comprising everything requisite for a good Hotel. Particular attention is directed to 1 Full-size Billiard Bagatelle Table, quite new AND 1 Semi-Grand Piano, by lfirtmim. Terms at Sale. AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENT...
MEETING OF RATEPAYERS. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 29 November 1867
MEETING OF RATEPAYERS. On Saturday evening a meeting of ratepayers (convened by His Worship the Mayor) was held in Craee's Boom to consider the necessary steps for supplying the vacancies caused by the resig nation of three Councillors (Messrs. Thomson, McLaren, and Moyle), in addition to those re tiring by rotation. There was a large attendance, and the chair was taken by His Worship the Mayor, who opened the proceedings by reading the advertisement convening the meeting, and stating the causes which had led him to call it, remarking that instead of four there would be seven Councillors and a Mayor to elect, the nominations for which had to be made on Mon day next. It was for those present to consider who they would appoint to fill up the vacanoies. There would be two Councillors to return for pack Ward, except for North Ward. He hoped the meeting would be conducted quietly, and should now have great pleasure in receiving propositions. After a short pause, Mr James Stobie said that...
KADINA. November 26, 1867. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 29 November 1867
KADINA. ("From our own Correspondent.! November 26,1867. | On Friday evening last about half-past 10 o'clock a fire broke oat on the premises of Mr W. Q. Tydeman, storekeeper. On the cry of &lt; Fire' being quickly raised, a considerable number of people were brought together; and after great exertion, the fire was got under in about half an hour. The stock and premises were insured. An inquest was held yesterday, by Mr J. B. Henderson, S.M., and a Jury of twelve, Mr T. H. Hall being chosen Foreman. Several witnesses were examined; and the Juty, after reviewing their statements, recorded a verdict to the effect that there was no evidence to show how the fire originated. The new Cornwall Mine is reported to be showing signs of improvement. The Rev. H. J. Lambert, Baptist Minister at Moonta, has left tor Norwood. Great disappointment is felt that H.R.H. the Duke of Edinburgh did not pay this district a Tisit.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 29 November 1867
Holloways Ointment. - Agonizing Pains.-It is gratifying to bear sufferers recount the ease they derived when first they applied this Ointment to their ulcers, sores, or abscesses, with wh ch they had been afflicte J- for years. Soon after its application to a bad leg or inflam matory ulcer, it restrains the excitement of blood vessels and nerves, which, at once brings coolness and comfort, and furthers the gradual deposits of healthy materials to fill up the ravages caused by violence, debility, or disease. It expels all noxious matters, and heals all sores soundly. It gives ease to varicose veins, bad legs, and swell ings of the feet and joints, when the agony is almost unremitting and the pain too much for a giant's strength.-Advt. A YV AK.Nl.Ntr. DO you suffer from physical incapacity? Are you suffferii gfromneivous debility} Have yonbeen tne Kuilty victim of any secret vice? Do yon suffer from a set of symptoms nearly akin more or less to the following A pretty fair condition of...
GOLDEN GIFTS. CHAPTER XXIV. "WREN'S NEST" MENTORSHIP. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 29 November 1867
GOLDEN GIFTS. BY THE AUTHOR OF " MART ATS"" TEEMONT VALE;" ETC., ETC. CHAPTER XXIV * "WEEK'S IOEST" MENTOESHEP. The roses, came out in all their glory, and many fair blossoming things sent forth tendrils to entwine, and perfume to enchain the heart of Thurza Kingsley to the "Wren's Nest." She lived almost entirely in the open air, lived among the. flowers, and so thoroughly insisted upon sharing the work that she was' presently installed into a regular set of gardening tools, fitted for a lady's hand, procured from Adelaide expressly for the purpose. It was her especial, delight to refresh with clear showers from the rose of the watering pot the drooping flowers every evening, when Martin would draw an abundant supply of water from the well for Ms own and her behoof. The creek was low; the early summer's sun was rather heavily taxing its supply, and the waters trickled already rather languidly over the stony bed .with a low plaintive complaining murmuring, almost like a requiem. The...
ADELAIDE CORN MARKET. Adelaide, November 28, 1867. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 29 November 1867
ADELAIDE CORN MARKET. Adelaide, November 28, 1867. The Wheat and Floor Market has been ex tremely firm daring the past week, and several large transactions hare been made at our quota tions. The reports of the growing crop are still very conflicting; but the general opinion is, that it will tnrn out better than was anticipated a few weeks back. Bran is getting rather scarce,' and is likely to advance. Barley and Oats are still much neglected. Our quotations to-day are Wheat in town, 5/3 to 5/4 per bushel; ditto at the Fort, 5/6; Flour, £13 to £14 per ton ; Bran, /9 to /10 per bushel; Pollard, 1/to 1/1; Cape Barley, 2/3 to 2/6 per bushel; English ditto, 3/6 to 4/; Oats, 3/to 4/. A. F. CHRISTEN & CO.
CLARE. MONDAY, NOVEMBER 25. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 29 November 1867
CLARE. I MONDAY, NOVEMBER 25. Present-Mr Chapman (Chairman), Council lors Priest and Butler. The following tenders were accepted:-No. 11. 6. McLeisb, £19; No. 12. T. Dogherty, £18; No. 13. P. Hogan, 5/4 per yard for metal. Councillor Priest reported . repairs supervised by him at Mintaro finished.] Clerk reported four contracts and sundry repairs finished; unfinished contracts progressing satis factorily. Councillor Priest to have repairs done west of Mintaro. Council resolved to defer call ing for more tenders till after harvest. Pay ments, £102 16/.
THE KAPUNDA HERALD. Friday, November 29th, 1867. THE MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 29 November 1867
THE KA.PTJNDA. HERALD. Friday, November 29th, 1867. THE MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS. The first stage in the proceedings has been, accomplished-we are afraid we cannot say safely accomplished; but of that more anon. On Monday last the nominations took place, and, there being no opposition, both Mayor and Auditors were declared duly elected. For the Councillors there were more nominations of men " good and true" than were re quired ; and consequently in each of the Wards the decision of the important ques tion as to who are to be the " coming1 men," mighty in Council, w?s remitted to the ratepayers, whose decision will have to be recorded on Monday next, at the various polling places in the . respective Wards. In the official notification of the nomi nations-viz,, the advertisement signed by the Town Clerk in another column there is a statement which, if correct, ap pears to us to complicate still further what was already a very pretty question in itself. It asserts that the candidates therei...
DISTRICT COUNCILS. KAPUNDA. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 23. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 29 November 1867
DISTRICT COUNCILS. KAPUNDA. SATCBBAT, NOVEMBER 23. Present-The Chairman (Mr Jeffs;, Councillors White and Hazel. Minutes of previous meeting read and confirmed. Resolved, that Prior and Sampson's claim remain under consideration. T. Burke to be pud £2 4/ for labour. T. Cowan's application for a slaughtering licence refused. Clerk to answer Mr. Shannon's letter. Mr Ford waited on the Council to request that some re pairs might be done to the Invermay Road, as at places it was in a most dangerous state j re solved that a man and dray be employed for one week Resolved that a man and dray be em ployed in Ross's Ward by Mr Hazel; also that T. Burke be employed by Mr White to repair McCormick's Creek-not to exceed £3. Clerk to call special meeting On Tuesday, to look through new assessment. Payments, £2 4}} re ceipts, nil. Special meeting held on Taesday, all the Councillors present, except Councillor Windebank. The assessment for tne ensuing year was examined.
RHYNIE. Wednesday, November 27, 1867. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 29 November 1867
KHYNIE. [From our own Correspondent.] Wednesday, November 27, 1867. Nearly all tbe farmers on the Wakefield Plains are? new settlers, and consequently were without a place of worship; bat the Wesleyans with their usual zeal some time since commenced to conduct Divine Service every Sunday after noon, in a dwelling house in that neighbourhood; but the house being too small for the congregation it was thought it would be better to at once have a chapel erected. As the majority of the congregation were new settlers, they were not in a position to build one of stone; they therefore, set to work and put up a pine chapel, which by the way, is a very neat little place-plastered inside and out, and quite suitable: for the place for several years to come. On Sunday and Monday last the opening services took place. The Rev. W. S. Worth of Kooringa, preached three excellent sermons on the former day, and on Monday the tea and public meeting took places which was well attended. The public meeting...
CIVIC SPREAD. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 29 November 1867
CIVIC SPREAD. Oil Tuesday evening last about 100 gentlemen shared the hospitality of His Worship the Mayor at Crase's Boom, to celebrate the completion of another year's discharge of the duties of that important position by Dr. Blood. The chair was occupied by His Worship, who was sup ported by Mr Pearce (Mayor elect) on the right, the Bar. Mr Smyth on the left; the remainder of the upper table being occupied by the Coun cillors. After the more material part of the pro gramme had been attended to and the tables cleared, the Chairman proposed the usual loyal toasts, 'The Queen,' the 'Prince and Princess of Wales,' and the 'Duke of Edinburgh ;' all of which were enthusiastically received, more espe cially that to our recently-departed royal visitor. Mir Palmer said he had the honour of proposing a toast to which there would be no dissentient. It was that of their hospitable host, the worthy Mayor, who was now presiding over them. (Cheers.J He only wished it had fallen into the hands o...
COKONER'S INQUEST. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 29 November 1867
COKONER'S INQUEST. An inquest was held at the residence of Mr Wilson, Bagot's Well, by G. Tallis, Esq., J.P., on Saturday last, on the body of William James Wilson, a child aged four years, whoBe death had resulted on the previous evening from a kick in flicted by a horse. The Jury having been sworn, elected Mr H. Kelly as foreman, and prooeeded to view the body, after which the following evidence was taken: Mr H. Kelly, J.P., deposed that between six ; and seven o'clock on the preceding evening Mrs. Wilson ran over and informed him that her boy 1 had been kicked by ahorse* and she was not sure whether he was living or dead, and at the same time asked him to send word to her husband, who was at. Mr Henderson's. Witness did so; then ran over to see the child, and found him quite dead., There was a mark about his right ear like a horse's hoof would form, and blood was oozing Out of his ear. Mrs. Wilson, mother of the deceased deposed, that on Friday evening the heard a scream io the y...
MUNICIPAL NOMINATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 29 November 1867
MUNICIPAL NOMINATIONS. The nominations for Mayor and Councillors to serve in the Municipal Council ef the Town of K&punda took place on Monday last, the 25th inat^ at the Town Clerk's office. There were j from fifty to sixty persons present, and consider i r&ble interest appeared to be manifested in the j proceedings. | At 12 o'clock precisely, His Worship read the following nominations:- | Foe MAYOR. j 1. Councillor James Pearce-Proposed by Messrs. F. Turcer, B. C. Evans, J. Batten, H. Trevaskis, and Jas. Stobie; seconded by Messrs. R. E. Fry, W. Tyrie, J. P. Moyle, M. P. Batten, and W. Oldham. His Worship then declared Mr James Pearce duly elected as Mayor for the ensuing year, there being no opposition. (Three cheers.) His Worship then proceeded to read the nomi nations for CouNcnxoae.-Nobth Wahd. 1. Mr Ezra Biley-Proposed by Messrs W. Began, John Bose, and L. Shakeshaft; seconded by M«ssrs. T. Triplett, T. Jenner, and Joseph Nock. 2. Mr Wm. Nicholson-Proposed by ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 29 November 1867
fll o AD VERT I BE $ S in the 1 'aPTTKTDA' followingis *he SCALE of DISCOUNTS pn Advertisements inihe: fcAPtifBfDA HERALD, when prepaid : msertions^ ^ 3d. in the Shilling, or 25 percent. ?In tioiisl1}" tte Shilling, orS9^ percent. «d^^g^tr f ^i11 the Shilling, or 38$ percent. TheScaleofChaigesisasfoliows: .'.. ISyptines ,,.. ,0»eShilling.,,t ; . Three tinea ... OneShillhigaud Sixpence. Pourlines ... Two Shillings. ; . Fi-re lines .XfM: Shillings and Sixpence. '''; §& lines.... ' Jw,q£hiQing8 and Sixpence. Each.l&jB more. '^o^pM^*; -. " ~ ^ij^^prTahle-work Advertisements,charged *t sixpence per fine throughout. 1ir ^ytinte!a^gi^^3^i^JWwrTm exten 'itfiVe ;eiiren*^on all, gvef the Northern; ,Countiy, ;tncludin£^&wfer, Sh&ioak Logj Greenock, Niiri-, AngaMi,M?.:M f$. ^uth Rhine, LyndrchValley, Moorflnd.ee- £t&lt;>pk ito&limwopd, WakeffeW; Rivertonj'SaddleTSorth, Alburn, M^tattKLeas trafcwOfttoSj* T?nwor8i|k 'liemarl&bie, Ppj^^ugu...
KAPUKDA MARKET PRICES. "Kapunda Herald" Office, Friday, November 29, 1867. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 29 November 1867
KAPUKDA MARKET PRICES. I :: " Kapunda Herald " Office, Friday, - November 29, 1867. Wheat 4/6 to 5/per bushel " , Flour per too, .£15 Ditto per bag, S4s Bread, per 2lb loal, 4d Ditto per lb 2d Bran per bushel, 1/1 : Pollardpsr bushel, ,1/4 Hay, per ton- 35s to £2 Beef per lb, 3d to 4d Mutton, ditto, 2d and Sd Pork, ditto, ditto 5d to 6d Steaks, and chopa ditto, 4d Hams ditto, Is 93 bacon ditto, 8d : Butter per lb-Fresh, 8d .. .Eggs per dozen, 17 Potatoes, new i|d per lb. 10/ per cwt. 'Geese, 4s 6d to 5s scarce Turkeys, 4s to 5s
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 29 November 1867
On SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 30. AT ONE O'CLOCK. AT CRASE'S YARDS, KAPUNDA. JENKIN COLES is instructed by &nbsp; Mr Gustav Simon to sell by auction, as &nbsp; above— 25 DRAUGHT MARES and GELDINGS. About one-half of this mob is broken-in and stanch. A trial will be given at the time of sale. The remainder are fine young Draught Stock, fit for any thing. Terms-Sums over £20, Approved Bills at two months. &nbsp; AT CRASE'S YARD, KAPUNDA. On SATURDAY, DECEMBER 7. &nbsp; AT ONE O'CLOCK. JENKIN COLES is instructed to sell by auction, as above &nbsp; &nbsp; 30 Head Young HORSE STOCK, the greater portion of which are fit for the Reaping Machine, or any description of Farm work. &nbsp; For Positive Sale &nbsp; Terms-Approved Bills at Two Months for sums over £20. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; ON SATURDAY, DECEMBER 14. &nbsp; AT ONE O'CLOCK. &nbsp; &nbsp...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 6 December 1867
All rights of republication are reserved. Holloway'« Ointment and Pills. The worst description of ulcere, the most re volting sores, and tbe intensest external infiam- ; mations. yield before this cooling Ointment, j when its effect is augmented by the internal administration of Hollo way's Fills. In" bad legs," this Ointment has only to be applied for a few days before its beneficial influence is seen over those indolent ulcerations which no previous treatment could ease, much less cure. Under its application the pains decrease, the almost bursting skin relaxes, and healthy granu lations spring up to displace the old. matter, which was horrifying' to behold. Holloway's Ointment purifies the blood in tbe neighbouring vessels, from which firm and good flesh can alone be formed ; it quickens the absorption of effete substances, and re-establishes soundness. -Advt. WAKNING. ~ DO you suffer from physical incapacity! Are you sufferii g from nervous debility? Have you been the guilty vie ...
GOLDEN GIFTS. CHAPTER XXV. HARRY'S FIRST VENTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 6 December 1867
GOIiDEiV GIFTS. V .. BY THE AUTHOB OF " MAEIAJT;" " VERMONT YALE;" ETC. ETC. CHAPTER XXV,* HABEl'S FIBST VENTUBE. THE garden [gradually lost some of its spring-like beauty as the season advanced. Thurza Kingsley liad paid her visit when Flora reined supreme, before the heat was too intense for bud or blossom-while the little fragile bells, as well as the glorious lily, gracefully bent to the soft wooing breeze, and shook their incense lightly from their petals. There was a momentary pause, as it^were, in gardening operations. Well that it was so, for "the hay was ready for cutting; and even Harry threw aside for a time his office coat, as it was denominated by Edith, and lent his hand to load and unload the waggon. It was not a very large stack after all; just a comfortable supply for the cattle and torses--just giving a well-to-do expression to the little slab hut; smelling fresh and fragrant, too, as newly-mpwn hay does smelL Martin regarded it when the last heap was thrown, and t...