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ST. GEORGE'S NEW SCHOOL-ROOM. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 10 March 1866

ST. GEORGE'S NEW SCH00L EOOM. This was indeed a glorious gathering. The spacious new room was tastefully decorated with flags, flowers, greenery, and emblematic decorations. Visitors began to flock in long before the ap pointed time for opening, and by the time business commenced the room was well filled. A little before 8 o'clock His Worship the Mayor of Crawler, John Mitchell, Es-q_, took the chair. He was supported on the platform by the Rev. Canon Coombs. Bev. Samuel G-reen. the Hon. Walter DufKeld, Mr. Martin MP. George Warren, J.P., Dr. Nott, J.P., Mr. J. Lavres, &c., and the master of the school, Mr. Burton. In the preced ing part of the evening the meeting was enlivened by several pieces of music by the Crawler Musical Society. The Musical Society having performed the song and chorus, ' Ring the Banjo,' The Ciiatrmait commenced the busi ness of the evening by alluding to the objects which had called them together, and narrating the steps which had been taken to secur...

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SLAUGHTER BOUSES. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 10 March 1866

.SLAUGHTER HOUSES. TO Tin: EDITOR. I Sir, — Is there any reason why we- poor mortals living in Willaston should have our' health put in jeopardy by noisome, smells arising from slaughter-houses at each point of the -compass. Yet such is the case; and I -do hope the District Council of Mudla Wirra, whose duty it is, will at once take active means to stop such a vile compound of Villainous smells from assailing the noses of all who live in or pass near the township. — -Yours, Ac., A3* INDIGNANT MOTHER, FOE SELF AND BABES. Willaston, March 9, 1866.

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GAWLER AND WILLISTON RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 10 March 1866

GAWLER and WILLASTON EACES. (Trom our Sporting Correspondent,] 1 Once more it is our lot to chronicle the result of the exertions made by the sport-loving portion of our community towards securing two good days' racing at the Gawler Belt Course } and again are we proud to say, their effort® have been crowned with success. There was no mistaking the smile on the counte nance of that prince of treasurers, Mr. George Warren,, on the announcement of the entries, whilst Orlando's well known features glistened with delight at the prospect of a set-to with the redoubtable Cupbearer. The best proof of the healthy prospect before us will be be found in the fact that the booths fetched three times the amount this year that they did last, Mr. Edward Martin giving no less a sum than £15 for the grand stand site. (Bravo, Cousin ; throw to win.) It may be remarked that the entries in point cf number are ro ; very large. This is ti some extent- tru^; but say we, ju&t lo k at the qual ty of...

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THURSDAY, MARCH 8. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 10 March 1866

Tettrsday, March 8. - The Northern Territory estimates passed through Committee. The report was agreed to, and the Standing Orders having been suspended, a Committee was appointed to bring in the Appropriation BilL. The report on the Volunter Bill was agreed to. The Rent and Assessment Bill was read the third time. The Sale of Railways Act Repeal Bill was read the second and third time, and carried through Committee.

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GAWLER AGRICULTURAL AND HORTICULTURAL SHOW. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 10 March 1866

GAWLER AGRICULTURAL AND HORTICULTURAL SHOW. TO TUB KDITOK. Sir, — The committee of the above have been rather unfortunate in their selection of one of the judges in connexion with the implement department, and I feel I should not be doing justice to the com mittee were I to allow the gross case of r the individual to be passed unnoticed. It appears that lie has a little personal spleen towards ane, because I did not throw off the odd shillings from an ac count of about £5 10s., whieh he paid a week or two ago. declaring that if I did not he would withdraw his work from me. I refused- to do bo, -tod he left in a . very turbulent manner, i saw him on the show ground just after the prizes were awarded to the waggons, and he asked me who wea-e the makers. I told - Mm that! was; the maker of . the one - outside, Iks stated that he K*d just awarded the prize to that one, but had ' : he knawtt thak I the maker, he did mot think that ihe prize would be awarded toit I will therefore leave th...

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GAWLER CORPORATION. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 7. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 10 March 1866

g— ^ - GAWLEB CORPOBATION. WEPKEsnAT, March 7. Present — Councillors Young, Deland, Einch, Mold, Loutit, and Clement. In the absence of His Worship the Mayor Mr. Mold was voted to tl © chair. The minutes of the former meeting were read and confirmed. A letter was read from the Central Bo ad Board, stating that Mr. Macaulay would be instructed to inspect and renort on the state of the bridge over the South Para Hirer as soon as possible. A letter was read from Patrick Blake, requesting to be allowed to make a sub stantial wooden bridge over the gutter opposite his yard gate. Bequest to be granted, the work to be subjected to the usual- supervision. A letter of apology for absence was, read from His Worship the Mayor. ( The fine on Councillor Einch at meeting wm remitted. . . - A letter waa read from John Ivett, requesting to be allowed to burn stubble - # - on allotments in Gawler East. It was moved by Councillor Ceemekt, and seconded by Councillor Lomrr, that in the opinion of this ...

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HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY. FRIDAY, MARCH 2. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 10 March 1866

.- SOUSE OF ASSEMBLY. Fbeday, Mabch 2. Mr. Cole complained of a case of breach of privilege affecting himself and other members. After some amusing conversation the subject dropped. ' The Hon. A Blyth's motion for increasing the utility of the 2Jorth.parade at Port Ade laide was brought before the House, and the debate on the Subject adjourned. Returns of assessments paid under the Act of 1858 were ordered to be made. The Corporations Amendment Bill passed through its several stages. . The Convicts Prevention Bill was read the second time and passed through Committee. Sums of money were voted for a road through Hindmarsh Valley, and for the Hindmarsh Island Jetty. The Payment of Troops Bill was read the [second time. 1 . The Volunteer BUI was oazzied through

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THURSDAY, MARCH 8. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 10 March 1866

Thcbsdat, Mabch 8. The Mineral Leases Bill and Civil Service Amendment Bill were each read the third time and passed. The Lunatics Bill passed its second reading. The Roads Bill was read the second time and passed through Committee. The Payment of Troops Bill was read the second time and passed through Committee. The-Rent and Assessment Bill was read the first time.

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WEDNESDAY, MARCH 7. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 10 March 1866

Wednesday, March 7. I The sum of .£390 was voted for erecting a jetty at Mnlgundarar. Mr. Cog-lin carried -ii« motion for combining the Post-Office and Telegraph-Station at Greenock. The Convicts Prevention Act Amendment Bill was read third time. The reports of the Committee of Supply on the Estimates and on the Sent and Assess ment Bill were agreed to.

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TUESDAY, MARCH 6. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 10 March 1866

Tuesday, Mabch 6. 1 The report of the Committee on the Con vict's Prevention Bill was agreed to. The Corporations Act Amendment Bill, Pay ment of Troops Bill, and Customs Act Amend ment Bill were read the third time. Progress was made in the Volunteer Bill. The Rent and Assessment Bill passed through Committee.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 17 March 1866

Hollowat's Odstmekt and Pills. — Gbeat Ritt.tct-. — All goaly and rheuiuatic affections, weakness and wasting of the limbs, stiff joints «ad ^antraeted sinews^ ?can he treated with the certaanty of success by the diligent friction of this excellent ointment upon, the' affected part, after it has been patientiy iomented with warm, brine. Holloway's Kite should be taken hy the srfisrer who feurly tries this treatan^it, because they purify the blood, invigorate the etomaeh, rsjgulate the liver, stimulate the kidneys, act as mild aperients on the bowdl^ and as toxticftonthe nerves. lii skin diseases: and ^nnmn]d»i«tn HoEUwrajy's xemedies ase earnestly recwauaended. tm account ofth^r g^^.e, jek efffectMre^ action, when a long ebaia

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Farmers Column. SEED GRAIN. No. II [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 17 March 1866

[?] SEED GRAIN. I r. No.IL . , In resuming this gijbject we shall speak of many everyday oj-erations, the earryirg out of which has /been of -course known by hundwils of oiir readers. We do not jiresume to. offer them instruction, but the innumerable queries which are.jdmost daily poured in upon us, and thwe *jf the most simple character. ' upon sub ject®. «Hinec*ed agriculture, oblige us to i be more j^olix th;m fvuir readers may relish, yitis ;fw^iieis2fce irfs*bo^,who^aye;«o recently Tusticatf9 that we enter ' into fuch trivial details. ' like^ many other professions* farminsr demands a special aptitude oh the' part of tliose who nursae it. and with tbe ADtitnde: industry andenerj^ are indispensable. The neater we approximate in our cultivation of wheat to the system pursued by the most successful growers of this grain in the mother country and America the better. Tbe fact is, we have too great facilities for . carrying on agricultural operations iu this colony. If we had the dif...

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GAWLER [?]RATION. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 14. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 17 March 1866

? - *53E555HS525BH522325S5525552252252S5552222E2E222 j,. - ? . : - v - * L * ' ' ' ? » ' ?' ' | 1 'W^j^dat/ 'Mabch 14. II Present — His Worship the Mayor, Cpniu^UoieMold, DcLaud, Lqutit, Finch j .'? . wdC3jeinent - tlbc nmiufce of last meeting were read rcrd confirmed. * 5 ?^'r. Wacaulay wrote to as& permission* to take GO tubitv yards of~gta\ei to be used noiih-of Willaston Bridge by the Central itoid Board. - I Oranted ion the motion of Councillor Cm!£NT, seconded by Councillor Mold. The following report was readfrom the Inspector: — ' ' Tour Inspector b-|ps to inform the Council Hat Mr. Boyle h&sdelivered about 14 yards of limestone in Whitlaw-terraoe, which is of v-ry pood qualify, but the Inspector thinks ilattcme of it Is .too small; and also tiates tbet be eortaiues to believe that it is nnfit for retailing roads on account of it being sosmall rnd too rouchs&nd in it. The InspectOT woaWbeglnd if the Public Works Committee wcrtild 'osk at it.* The impor...

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ENGLISH EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 17 March 1866

JbJVttLISH EXTRACTj. I iNCnWHT ih th» Wkec*o»thh Lokdon.— I Vt a titHnlmftirtf 9 tfia he vessel went do^n, the ladies in « ble' stiate Were^floSting' about «n the po^- of 'te ship,wid at'this tiine.boh Mr. Mnnro -vadMr.iCain. Jookln ? out up-m!the:littlet-oafc -hat. was . beats tossed like s oockle shell* now '.one t^ aaOoon ^20 yaids £n»i't2ie vef«l'« - ? je-HOTaBJanpfttit if they had i« dwiM t weuld nofc g8*' Wto her. beliering it im xisnble lor'feer to live. IBfut suddenly they aif the. big ship I\-ave as .it were their feat, ' ,nd then it was^th^y reeolved ' to take chance n tiie 8toa^ ' craft. '? As #oon as Mr. Mnnro got mto the boat; the 4octors assistant oflered uin £500 if they woulyl tike him. 'To this -ffer one of the saUors replied, 'Keep your noney and look tf er yonrt, alf.' ' To tins tha assistant aorwered, 'I am yonr doctor, and rou ar» boaad to take me with j ob.' iS this time they were palling away ftfcn the dip, vhich five minntes afterwards «ai;k beneotii the wave...

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POST-OFFICE MEETING AT LYNDOCH. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 17 March 1866

£ OoiNu .bjriOfi k.i.t.Liior ax . LYNDOCH. A large meeting -was held at the Barossa Inn, Lyndoch, on Monday last ; Stuart Lyndsay, Esq., in the ehair. The OfTATUMAy having Opened thi . meeting, _ ; . ; MjvHigws&L seated that previoudy t- ; the opening of the Telegraph-Station h-. - applied to the Postmaster- General, rc \ questing that the Post-Office might b removed to. a more central part of th township. This the Postmaster-Genera refused, stating that he had no persona objection to Mr. HipwelL The ~ speake then waited personally on the Post master, but with the same result, th* Postmaster stating that the Goveramen expense would be increased. The Post mss' er asked Mr. Hipwell when he in tended leaving his -present place. 1%; latter replied when his own premise ? were completed. The Postmaster their ; said, he would , offer the office to Mr Bevila^ua or Mr. Hahnel Mr. Hipwel told him that Mr. Bevilaqua was no ; likely to take it, and that Mr. Hahnel . i did not understand...

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NEWS BY THE MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 17 March 1866

IfEWS BY THE MAIL. Politically there is nothnig startling or portentous in the news which has arrived. The Queen and her royal family appear to be fcH Tserenity, chiefly occupied in anticipation of the marriage of the Princess Selena, to prince Chris ten, who, it appears, is to be raised to. the rank of a Prince of the Blood Boyal, while John Bull is to be asked for a dowry for the Princess of £30,000, and an annual allowance of £6,000. Her Majesty opened Parliament in person. „ ?The relations between Great Britain and the United States, and also the great European powers, continue to be of a pacific character. | The Fenian trials in Dublin had been concluded, and in most instances termi nated in convictions. In the meanwhile the governing body in America; true' to the national sentiment, 'I will be~ drowned, and nobody sball save me,' had split into factions, vilifying each other with characteristic earnestness. . The allegations of each party were fully believed by the public at l...

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GAWLER AGRICULTURAL SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 17 March 1866

GAWLER AGRICULTURAL SHOW. Snt. — Allow me space in your valuable paper to reply to Thomas J. Mankey, to contradict the representations he has made in your last issue against me. First, he states that I have personal spleen against him. This, I flatly deny, I have not the slightest animosity, or ill feeling towards him. Secondly, he states it is because he would not throw off the odd shillings of an account of £5 10s. rendered, now this is another unfounded ass^tion ot his., I never asked him to do it. What I complained of was that he cut the tires of my spring cart, put in' the felloes six screws, for which he -charged me £1. I complained of its being too much, but said if he insisted on the charge I would pay him, and have done with him. I did pay him, and then walked out of his office, as he says in a very turbulent manner. I say iade pendently* feeling glad I was able to pay such au extortion for once. Third, and now comes the most gross case of the individual. After the priases ...

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PARLIAMENTARY PROCEEDINGS FOR THE WEEK. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. FRIDAY, MARCH 9. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 17 March 1866

| PABLIAMENTARY PROCEEDINGS I FOB THE WEEK. I ? | LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. , Fsidat, March 9. The Convicts Prevention Act Amendment Bill passed' the second reading, and made some progress in committee. The Sale of Railways Bill was read the first time. The Boads Bill made some progress in com m'^ee. Th} payment of Troqps Bill was rsad the third, time sn-I-passed. ?' 'r The Orpoc tious Adfc AmeiidiEneiit ifcll was {Ceadthe.s cfe d tisae. r m.. The Liceucitid Yicfcuadlere -Act Ameadnuat Bill went through CfMoaiitfcee. The Appropriation Bill was read the first time. Some progress was made in the Waste' Lands Amendment Bill. ^

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THE VOLUNTEER FUNERAL. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 17 March 1866

Tktf VOLU^TEEB F&NEifAL. i ' - : ;i 1 TO THE -EDITOR. ? j 1 Sn*. — The Inspector, Mr. Hutchinson ! 4n his report to ;i&ev Council on a charge i oi negle«; pf duty, says we pronounce him gaUty --Without hearing, or asking ? , him .;^q« oueRtion. Jjt .vraa ^timecessa: y j for us jto peiw or ask him anything, Imb ilfe^fict oT duty, and the painful results ^aSS'visible to all ; and how in the name of common sense were we to blame, but 'the man - who is responsible to the Council, and the Bublic as a oaid servant : for performing those duties. The pas sage of scripture he quotes, -of which he sayB our conduct reminds him ' He 'that auswereth a matter before he heareth it it ie folly and shame nhto him,' is in no way applicable to us, or the ease lie had . to report to the Council on, and if we ^choose could quote many passages from the same good old Book, that would be -very uri palatable to the man that would 'use such paltry snbterfnges as his report contains, in pallia...

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TUESDAY, MARCH 13. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 17 March 1866

Tuesday, Mabch 13. The Commissioner of Pohlic Works ; laid on the table a paper in reference to The deelaca ration of two new hundreds in the County of Eyre.- ' The Hon. Mr. Baker stated that inrefeEtence to the Constitution Act, tbe. Council Select Committee had mot agreed to any.jpf the Amendments of the Selggt Committee of the . House of Assembly. ' ' ? 0 The following Bills were read the third time ' and passed . — The Waste Lands Am adnsent j Bill, Licensed Victuallers Act Ameadwent j Bill, District Councils Act Amendment Bill. Corporations Ameiwrjient Bill, Boad Bill, ami the Cenviefs PreventionBill. ; ?Mr^ Ay^'s motion 'that ~ the Claimants Belief Bill is a money BiB within titeePtitesCntog of the 40th clause of the. ConstitJitie»''JLcfc was negatived.' . iy The S^ect Committee or the Ccow^IisjmIp and ImmigratkHi Departmdnt brought up ^beir report.' ?-?- 3'he VqlunteOT BUl was read the firsfc'tune. lha Lunatics Bill passed through eommittee. The Ciaimants Relief Act Ameadm«»t...

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