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THURSDAY, MARCH 15. [Before John Mitchell, Esq., J.P. Mayor of Gawler. George Warren. Esq., J.P., Dr. Nott J.P. and Dr. Lewis. J.P. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 17 March 1866

TanssDA-Y, Mafch 15. I pBefore John Mitchall, B -q., J.P.. Mayor of Gawler, George Warren. Esq., J.P», Dr. Nott- JvP.. and Dr. Lewis. J.P, Lunacy. — -John Bler.xxe was charged by his son. Robert Bledcowe, with being a dangerous lunatic. ^ Robert Blencowe being sworn, deposed that his father, John Blencowe had burnt his place down, and had burned witness's reaping machine, that he had threatened to kill wit ness's mother with an axe. He threaten 1 to beat witness with a stick. Considered hi ? insane from last Friday week. He was In the Asylum ' twenty-two years ago. Could not assign any reason for his madness. Witness's mother left the place last Monday week. Dr. Lewis had examined the defendant, and considered him to be a dangerous lunatic, and Unfit to be at large. Committed to the Lunatic Asylum. t*BOEO-HTION OH . PARUIAMKirr. — On Friday afternoon the G-ovornor-in-Chief prorogued Parliament with the custo mary display. His Excellency compli mented the gentlemen -of both- Houses o...

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

[?] ; lijiestiiBflmg orders were^o^^dedtoperw any unfinished ,buHin\yyto bet proceeded . with without notice. *' The Volunteer Bill, and the Appropriation BUI were., read the second time, and caihcl The €^mants Belief Bill, and the Lunatics Bill were each read the. tlrnd lime, and passed. r The R§gt and Assessment Bill was read the seoondj . tiaiQ, and 'passed through the' aabse 'qnaatsta^as. ' ' ' * ' - *

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POLICE COURT—GAWLER. TUESDAY, MARCH 13. [Before R. J. Turner, Esq., S.M., Dr. Nott J.P., and J. Pile, Esq., J.P.] [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 17 March 1866

POLICE C0URT—- JAWLER. Tttk^day. Mabch 13. [Blefore R. J. Turner. Esq., S.M.. Dr. Nott, J.P., and J. Pile, Esq., J.P/1 ?George Houston was charged by G8-rge Thomson with stealing and carrying away some bed-tick, and other articles. Georsre Thomson, farmer near Temper's, deposed that defendant was in witness e o ploy for six months. After be' . from ho -ie on Wednesday and Thursday, went to his premises ou Pinkerton's Plains, they missed abn con taining empty bottles., a corn bag was also missing, and a double iraon tick. Has since seen part of the tick, aad some of the other articles. (Articles produced.) Considers the tick worth £l or £1 5s.. the other articles w^re worth a shilling or two. Found them in the prisoners possession. Never gave prisoner leave to take the articles. ''By Mr. Rudall.— Could not identify the box, or the bottles. Could swear to the bag. ST ever authorised prisoner's wife to make use of the tick. Could swear to the tick. Heard on Sun day that the goods w;ve ...

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THURSDAY, MARCH 15. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 17 March 1866

Twcfbsbat, JIawch ^*15. 1 ?- A series.-)f. letters relating; to the resignation of Mr. Hardy the surveyor to the Central Boad Board were laid on the table ; also de fined boundaries of a new county, and six* new hundreds. , .

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GAWLER LOCAL COURT TUESDAY, MARCH [?] Adjourned from Thursday, March 8. LIMITED JURISDICTION. [Before R. J. Turner, Esq., S.M., Dr. Nott, J.P., and J. Pile, Esq., J.P.] [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 17 March 1866

1 GAWLER LOCAL iK-UftT. 1 I - ? M Ttnssul.T, MabckIS. ,Jf: Ai^joonedfrom Thursday, March 8. uwrrsn jprihdiciiok. [Before B- J. Turner. Esq., S.M., Dr. Nott, J.P., and J. Kle, Esq., J.p:T ; Puse^ Wiwcinr, a.Co., v. Foe ^-alanoe of an -over due bill of exnhaage, JB30 12s. 4d. - W. F. Winoey is of the firm of Pearoe, Win oey, & Co., had-T©6eived J640 on account of the tail for J^O 18s. id, Had nevjr engaged^ gin Tittmu 12 months for payment of bal anoe, but on the oontraiy had refused. Could not say whether it was endorsed by Mr. Man key, before ?r alter it was due. Bid not know j whether it had been presented. Believed it was in Mr. Msnkey's posestion wben it came due. Authorised Mr. Man key to receive the X40. T. J. Mankey. said the signatures on the bill were Ids. Mr. Pitt man's signature was there. Had received £40, and paid it erer to Pearoe, Wincey, A Co. Was n^t anthoiised to give lime for the balance, but was told time, would be given. When the b*' became due *sent to P...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 17 March 1866

Urn, Benme, ¥hyidcieniie, %*£. J ?» £+'??* -j ?» i'-«* ????? s»** ***'»?»*? ? ,?*** **? ? .-v «r~*N*-.r ?** - * rfl: .''v' ' *^' ' ? ?'' u ,iT7 Mat be CONSULTED BAlri in HOPEii§SS yC^|j§, -2f edioalj and t. ty l^aclE^ijHi Ifri i urmhte. L ^ .-. ? y--gcjfi}l. ^jMd^,and*aidck--airtBg .:. JftEMKDlRS^jtiSt «a* file gajhrvafl .nil ££ r ''' ?Vv- w^6Jt«Ttei«^ yafed no leu »bc«q ^Hem-to?wthy, with ftiipmge' book* of ehere ? ? 'fc wettem. its worthless loUvpops ; fiid tlnotaree, «nd ?r .' . ?*hewb ^JMH^fiC^wUbfeMMi. i^«.M-ree, qrer, j|ad. yteey contrary t«J&«.Wordof-;^f}Oocle- V- jPla^wsjU **.*° WWUHHl : »f witnesses, ]- everj- distrwt tot these colonies ; while .thewell -known fact «f Iter lutrtagthe aaostexieswjyie »H*iio*l praetioe iaAratimlift. promt toy -tfce -U31y wowclg, ow hinww tf intt« mndJM^lWto mndtbuf monk d^ tooKAsiQK; renders her Quite l©d^«-4»toftho»*bP«Bee9r^^feladyl)lifeWenjie, and wince while tbey «7 oat quackery. Hopeless Cltses Cored by Common. ' .';T C Siii^'lte...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 17 March 1866

iv»d;pih«aBto gholjtann Assortment . «f Fl^UpHS«(iUlaiidB, HAB£OWS-^OAfi- EFIERS,PLOUGHSHARES, HORSE-RAXES, x'yf ' ''i'''1'^ v'-^ V''' DRAYS, WAGGONS, and all sorts of itjpicoltaral Implements onSale, t-r made to ; USO SRRINGCARTSjPAGNELLS, GIGS, and : -? . 7 ? - ?. ? . :: l^CING WIRE forSale. ^iusuz Foundry, Gawler. A ^ENGINEERS, MACHINISTS, H3IJ1WBIGHTS, COACH BUILDERS, Agricultural ImplementMakera, .0BO» ... a . '??? : 1 . ? '.,'?' * t ' . . '' .... '~' .. £Estobt,tshed 1848.3 Machine and General Implement Manufactory, MURRAY STREET, GAWLER. JOHN JONES, Machinist, Blacksmith, W heelwbight, etc., BEGS tot-hank bis numerous customers forpastiiavors, and as lie now devotes his whole attention to ^eaborelMdjj^fflWit, (havingrelinquishedhis General Store,)lieis prepared toexecute orders for REAPING AND WINDOWING MACHINES, ^ WAGONS, DRAYS, SPRING CARTS, NEW PORT PAGNELLS, &c„ &c., On the shortest notice and of the best materials ' and W orkmanship. Reaping and Winnowing...

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THE DECEASED SESSION. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 17 March 1866

THE DECEASED SESSION. A5-d ;it bas really teMninated— the^Par- liamentarj . session -of 1865-6! After I doggedly working month aft«* month ! through weather ^adapted only for the constitution of safcansnders — after ham 4 tnering and tinkering at at -score or two ' of ' Bills to Amend the Amended Aet, . &e., &c., &c.,' the. wwkmen hare laid - down their toots, and sought the repose , of a 'recess.. The walk of the two] Houses ire eehoelesa. The eweetCT than ; flonl odours whiA lately *arept. sen Korth Terraoe^frcsn Mr. Hinee^s Tefresh m«xt TOODi8 have ceased^ aad the £res ' are extinguished. The deoaet dose col umns of talkeex talbee, whieh have for ' months past crowded the 'dailies, ' are ; doomed tp give place to lighter matter. Mr. Coglm is at liberty to' carry' hie i . ' ' I; . ? . ? ? ? ? * ? ? i rigorous , eye to any part of the Colony, tion and remedy. . Mr. Sutherland must fcobfine his discjuisitions on 'rods' to private cirdes. Mr. Cole will be able...

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THE GAWLER MARKETS. Bunyip Office, Friday Evening. GRAIN, &c. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 17 March 1866

THE GAWLER MARKETS. Bunyip Qljice, Friday Evening, ] Grain, &c. I FlonT £19 10s. to X20. Wh«it, 7s. 6cL Cape Oats, 7s. 6d» ; Cape Barley, 5s. English do. 5s. 6d. While Oats, for feeding purposes, 5*. Hay, £6. to £7 per ton. Pran, Is. 6d^ to 18. 8d. fdlaid, Is. 9d4 ta 2s. Bread, 21b loaf, 5cL Hut. Muttoa, hind-quarters, C|d. per lb.; iore fsotag, 5jd. Beef, Sd. to.' 9-L per lb. Veal, 7d. to 9d. per lb. Poric,3d.toK)d.perlb. '- Tggetabus, Cabbages, 6d. to ls. each. Turnips, 5d. per bunch. Carrots. 4d. per bunch. French Beans, 5d. per lb. Vegetable Marrows, 8d. to ls.^ eacb. Cucumbers, Sd. to 6d. each. Celery, 6d. to 8d per head. . Onions, 3d. per lb. ... Potatoes, 8s. 61. per cwt. Radishes, l|d. per baadh* Parriey Id. pear bunch. FKcrr. Apples, 2d. per lb. Grapes, 2d. per lb. ; Peaches, 4d. per doz. ? Plums, 2s. per gallon. .Damsons, 2s. per gal'o*. -Pears, 3d. to 4cl. per lb. iligs, 2d.per dozen. Daisy Pho»dc*» ^ 'Butter, -2s. Sd. per lb. SggSi Is. 2d.^pe*4oz. GAWIJEB: SATURD...

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MUDLA WIRRA DISTRICT COUNCIL. MONDAY, MARCH 5. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 17 March 1866

MUDLA WFRR\ DISTRICT COUNCIL. Monday, Xahck 5. Public meeting to elect a Councillor in the placQ of -Mr. -Sawle, resigned. Mr. Soown occupied the ehair in the absence of Mr. Bright. Ml. . WUliam. Debmej, «f Templars, vas duly elected. Council Meeting. — Present — Messrs* Scowa (in the chair), Dingle, Barnfield and Delaney. Letter read from Mr, Guesdon, relative to the Council's offer of £30 for the water reserve at Soction 336, when the Council decided to offer JE&Ot, he to do the necessary fencing, and settle with Mr. Butler as to the freehold. Mir. Robinson attended to make arrangements relative to the waterhole at Section 334, but before proceeding the Council appointed a deputation to go and a,*am inspect the place with a view of making final arrangements. Letter read &om Munuo Para West Council, relative to joining in repairs of Day s For ' and this Council agreed to be their share of the cost jointly with McuutoPaoa and Port Gawler. Tenders for grubbing road! n...

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MUDHOLE [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 17 March 1866

%. -Uw*^wew-S:*i-e: -. W --*. ? 'nf - ~f if' irt'' -' '3-'' c Nothingparticula^^xiaaordinary has —l»ppaned '«M-e laitely to' enliven the jgaweral deadueesof ©urditchwater Accept TOafcOur May-Jr; Iike the_ in Uwro, bH had a. row witb nis Town Cle^k; the casefe, however,, am , not thouflocpsjaMWH of itfej'^chadrene boots iii %ad shoee,and4ittle shirtsaHtd efceifeinies j.- ^wwesMvely enhanced, feeling his own : r boots pinch him in conseqae nee of his v - having otowuso tie .in his situation, aud W- -aeoing theiaeceesitv of a more free and liberal, dispiay and expenditure for the , awwrtion of the dignity and importance of the (m liis estimation) head civic functionary of the chief city of the pro vince, applied for an increase to hi* aalary, and ao doubt had he ' made his Request in a less bumptious manner, 'he woirid easilv liave obtained it, for Sir „ W»Uiam and his colleagues are really not euchavei y stingy Iot,-aud they would havfe listened to a little reason and soft sawder. Sol...

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SECOND DAY—FRIDAY, MARCH 16. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 17 March 1866

SECOND DAY — PbtdaY, Makch 16. j The second day's racing, riotwithstand mg there being no sensation event, such as 'the'ToWn 'Plate; was quite as good m the first. The weather being delightful and the attendance good made things very lively. We must pay our! meed of thanks to Mr. E. M. Bagot for' the 'way m which he discharged the duties of Judge in the, we presume, unavoidable 8ib&6QC6 of Mr, r 3 ohn Oham hpr« wKilai: Mr. Buckerfield, in consequence of the non-appearance of our oratorical and scientific friend, P.B. Coglin, Esq., M. P., undertook the office of starter, 'and there was but one opinion as to' the beautiful way in which he got the horses off each time. We hope the hon. member for the did not suffer froip ^.ftninying efforts to entertain the Gawler natives with medley exhibitions in the noble art of self defence and elocution the evening of the first day s sports. Our gushing and eloquent visitor will always secure a hearty welcome when he visits, the great corn...

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GAWLER AND WILLASTON RACES. FIRST DAY—THURSDAY, MARCH 15. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 17 March 1866

GAWLEffc ajtd WILLASTON RACESJ FIBST DAT— Itofflaw, Mabch 15. } , Splendid weather, a good attendance, 1 and brilliant racing, ff this does not make a successful meeting, then we 'are no - prophets,, aud few will venture to : deny that after the way in which we spotted the winners last week. A more contented gathering never was witnessed, the management was most creditable to ] all concerned, and the whole day throu ?-* 1 nqt a single accident or offence occurred j to call for regret. Mr. E. Martin, at the j ? 1 I. j! !♦ 1 1 ? graaa . scana oooia, suppuea m ^ cub o- ! mers with the good things of this life in abundance, whilst Host Young, of the Old Spot, attended with greaf ability aud suecess in another direction. Mr. Bradley, as Clerk of the Course, discharged his duties as those who knew him felt certain he would do, in a fit and proper maimer. Whilst Mr. P. B Coglin, M.P. started the horses splendidly. The course was in capital order, and the races altogether gave satisfaction ...

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GAWLER PLAINS. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 17 March 1866

- GAWLBB PLAINS. The Anniversarv Dinner of the Loyal Smit' - oeld Lodge of Oddfdlows, M.U, took place . Hast Habble's Smithfield Hotd, on 'Riursdi evening, the 8th inst. Betwe«i 40 and 6- orothers* and friends sat dowa to a tKnnw served np in Hubble's usual first-rate style. P.G. Talbot being in the chair; supported right and left by P.P.CLM. Saunders, and Sur geon Doenau. P.G. Degenhardt occupied the Vice-chair, his supporters being P.G^ Cave naeh and Brostor. - On the removal of the cloth the Chaibkav gave the usual loyal toasts, including Sis Daminick Daly, which were heartily recei ved. , and responded to by the company, he thai in a fevr pithy sentences propose! Luly Daly, and the ladies of South Australia, with three timee three. - t fckmg by the company — 'Here's a health, ik** ? 'Mr. A. SatrrH responded. : P.O. Bradshaw (Virginia Xbdgfr), proposed ' the Parliament,' he thought no twithstahdiiig past events, our pnriiament mas a.good ooe^ 4nd would bear comparison with the pa...

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BAROSSA. March 15. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 17 March 1866

[?] [Fr^ our own CaRespoadeoWl .' ' March IS. ' Between II and 12 p.m. on Tuesday, stacV of hay the property Of 'Mr. Pet- Wilson 'of Trial Hill was entirely1 co sumed by fire. Mr. Wilson had ju .retired to rest, when his attention w. attracted to a peculiar noise outside, si on looking out discovered his haysta on fire, and before any attempt could 1 made to arrest the progress of.the flam, it was completely destroyed. There ' no doubt of it being the ; »;ork of t s incendiary, xhe circumstance of t * -stack' being ignited on the windwai side would ^ clearly lead to sueh a con clusion. Much sympathy is felt for Mr. \Viison for his lora, wMch cannot be less than £L00 or £120. There will be an inquest held to-momiiv, I will let jou know the iseeu!t shonUT ^»orter present. - 14

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

Tpssday, March 13. The volunteer Bill was read the third time, and passed. ' Mr. Peacock lost his motion relative to water supply. The following BUls were received hack from the Legislative Council, Convicts Prevention Act, Roads Bill, Municipal Corporations Bill, District Ceanells Bill, Waste Lands Act Amendment Bill, and the Licensed Victuallers BiiL

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HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY. FRIDAY, MARCH 9. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 17 March 1866

HOUSE OP ASSEMBLY. - - Fbuux. Uukh9. ? ? - . The Appropriation Bill was passed through all its .stages. The Volunteer Force Bill was again brought before Committee, anc! amended. Mr. Strangways moved that it is inconsis tent with $he Constitution Act that a member of this House should be appointed a member of any ^Commission, the members of which j wiJ receive any payment. This was earned. The Hon. gentleman moved a second reso lution 'That in the event' of any^ -member of this House being (without the previous fcnow .ledge and saaetfea of the House) ^appointed a member of any Commission, the members of which , will receive payment this .House will declare rajcant the seat in this House of such :.»'Biemhec.Mw ?- s »:.* To this Mr. Milae moved as an amendment,. 'iTfaat this House w31 not sanctidh any sum for the ^payment of any member of the Legis lative Council who acts upon a commission : appointed by the Government.' I; Mr. Milne's -amendment was carried. | The Payment of Troops B...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 17 March 1866

f Sale by GAWLER AUCTION SAUbS CLbMENTJS Y AliDS. | IIE ATJC riOXEERbegs to intimate 1 to his Friends and the Public generally -that he has made arrangements for ho : dine Sales at the above-named Yards TWICE A MOlS'iH, on the iirst and Third Saturdays, and trusts to receive continued support. fE'l EK tOW LAK D will offer for Sale, on Saturday, March 17tL — Saddle Horses Harness Horses Bullocks Drays % Milch Cows Steers Fat Cattle, &c., With the usual Miscellaneous Lots. |T is requested that all parties having 8t«cl» ' 1 or Implements to dispose of at these Sales which take place the First and Thiid SATUR DAY S in each month, will give one week s notice, either to the Auctioneer, or 5{r. EM CLEMEKT, Gawler Arms, that they may be fully advertised. P. . ROWLAND, Auctioneer. Tuesday, 2d arch 20, at 1 o'clock. AT THE RESIDENCE OF Mb. GUESDON, NEAR FEEELING. * . N. WAUCH0PJ3 is instructed it. by Mr. C. Guesdon (who is relinquish ing farming) to sell (at bis residence near J reeli...

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THURSDAY, MARCH 15. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 17 March 1866

Thursday, Mabch 15. The amendinentf made by the Council in the Volunteer Bill were agreed to. Mr. Everard's motion on the subject of Immigration after being' slightly amended was carried.

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Poet's Corner. EARL HALDAN'S DAUGHTER [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 17 March 1866

[?] EABli HALDANS ^DMTGHTEE. U w^ £ujd^aldah'Q dai^ht^ ; , She looked across the sea; - ? , She looked across the water. ; ' ? * And long and loud laughed die: ^Thelocks of sixprincesses ' * Mostie thy marriagefee. ' So hey bonny boat, and 'ho boiny boatls It was Earl Haldan's daughter, She walked along the sand; When she was aware of a knight so fair, ' Came sailing to the land. His sails were all of velvet, His mast of beaten gold. And 'hey bonny boot, and ho bonny boat! Who saileth here so bold?' 'The locks of five princesses, I won beyond the sea: I dipt their golden tresses. To fringe a cloak for thee. One handful yet is wanting, - But one of all the tale; ' So hey bonny boat, and ho bonny boat ! 1 Furl up thy velvet sail!' He leapt into tbe water, 1 That.Eover young and bold; fie gript Earl Haitian's daughter, He dipt her locks of gold; ?; 'Go weep, go weep, proud maiden, The tale is full to-day. Now hey bonny boat, and ho bonny boat! Sail westward ho -away ! ' — Kingsley. 'Bo...

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