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

I Wednesday, March 14. 1 ? The Appropriation Bill, and the Sale of : Railway's' &ct 'BepeaT Bill were received back fi«m:'e Council without alteration, t An. additftni of je^OO'was Voted to the salary '?of'the Private' Secretary. [ The motion hy Mr. Coglin on fie claims ef the Northera Territory party was carried after being amended. The correspondence between the Govern ment, and the Great Northern Mining Com pany was ordered' to ~be laid on the table.

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Poet's Corner. BONG OF THE FESTIVE SEASON. (A DUST FOR THE PIANO AT EVENING PARTIES.) He. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 24 March 1866

- iftttfi' Ranter. . , , t . t . i * * ' ? * . ? r— SONG OF THE FESTIVE SEASON. - {A gUTET TOR THE FIA-Kci j He. ''Thedressyouwore&year ago, -; *? What signifies it now to yon ? . 'Tis old, and tiiis time twelvemosthii so WMtiatwluchnowyouwearbeSici.*' Shei '.c -*r73ia£tiressiBgeae; I donotcaxe. ? It gave me, -when I wore it, joy. Where a» your smoked jdgaxs; and wheri : The claret that j'onVe -drank, my boy?' ? He.:' .' ' Steam-en^nes, ctal and water smoke To do much wort of various kind. t iBeholdthe fruits of wine and- smoka - In bright productionB of mind.** - . She: ' Casttrubsand tubs npon^iisea^ One-serves at last to^catch a whale. ' 33reis'aft4r dress may ventured be. K© fiatier if -the last jievaU.' *????' He.. .. . ' When tubs to cutdi a.whale are spent^ The -prize obtained repayst their nf. All that expense and ornament ' Will only chance to .catch a goose.'* . - She'. ? -When engines draw a railway tzain, Or stuf& ef silk and-potton spin, ./* For fuel . i...

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Farmer's Column. SEED GRAIN. No. III. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 24 March 1866

; ' /Jams' Ctiaaui. SEED GRAIN. No. in. 'Victoria, 'with the exception vof ..* few dls- 1 tritfis.'ifl' not a bailey-growing colony ; not . l»ut- tliat good barley can be grown in many, mere places - than have produced it, Jbut still, ?comj-are-] with other -grain, it occupies but little attention. A few acres for gwien-stuff, and other- few for a. little liorae-feed. « ? nearly always the -extent of ;%tudey.: culture -on our farms. This is to' lie acConirted' for in more ways than one. It has never, or veiy rarely, l»e-*n a paying crop ; the returns have usually been small, hut not in consequence of the^roond beingnnahte reproduce, hut because barley, to ' be profitable, needs better treatment Jtlian one fanner out of twenty thinks of giving- it. | Bnrlcy of every description loves good, tilth; the land upon which It is sown Should be thoroughly well worked ; no half measures will do for barlev; the paddocks for this grain'' ought to be bronght into a sort *5t-f a^h-heap character....

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THE VOLUNTEER FUNERAL. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 24 March 1866

THE TOlteBEa TUipBAl. j t ; — . - - - -.-.-?'1 I ' * ?' tSti i Sir— In your issue of-the lTth MesMs. Liue »nd, Frankei are reported to have Stated that it wa-s unnecessary for them to hear or ask &?iy question about the grave, as tha Inspector's neglect' of duty and the ^painful reenlta were visible to aU,;lie being responsible to the Council, and the public for performing those duties, and that he made use of paltry . subterfuges in his report in palliatioh of his gross neglect, and tried ? to .ehifib'the blame on some one else; and that he will i act in the same way again under similar circumstances ; and that the coffin was left, to the mercy of the gtaTO«digger lower it when he liked; and that i3»ey have only dane their duty in brining this matter before the Council. Now. Sir, I would -like to .ask what jftuthorify they, have for stating, that the Inspector ha1? been guilty of gross neglect of duty ? Surelv they can have . no better reason than the old woman's, who ; sai...

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BAROSSA. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 24 March 1866

^ BABOSSA. . fFrom our own Correspondent.^ Tne inquest on the late 'fire at Tria Hill, resulted (as is usual iii such cases) in a verdict against some person or. per sons unknown, for , wilfully and mali ciously setting on fire. &c., &c. L . ? The late (dis)arrangements in the postal department of- Lyndoch arecausinvr some ct'ssatisfactory - grumblrngs -to be heard in this locality, in consequence of the non-arrival of sundrv letters and papers with the hitherto usual prompti tude, owing, I presume, to the ignorance of the new official, as to the jneaus by which they hiave^hitherto been forwarded to vi»., tke.privifce ba^ from ^ew8ey, i^^e, most of the inhabi tents for ^emD njilcs around, availing ^emsplvoB of e&e iconvenience kindly permitted by tbe manner of the abore

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THE OBSERVATORY. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 24 March 1866

THE 0BSERVAT0ET. TO THE EDITOR. Slit — Allow me to make a few remarks respecting' the above, which we under stand . the Government are about to erect. We flatly deny the right of the Government 'to' establish such a social evil, and 'interfere with the liberty of the subject, and.- our transit instrument. We may as well shut up shop at once if this '.sort of tffing is ^ be tolerated.' If the ^^hwt-nifiehfc ife £oing to fiive- people 'the tiutiG .of^day, ^^ -they won't .cffaie-io our shop tp get it, and have their clocks and watcKes regulated. We See that that the President lias again encroached on our r. vested , rights, by setting - the Town Half Vane. .Now, we^are the only gentlemen who possess a true magnetic needle,;and vfe consider that .all ? such scientific operations should be left to us, as we algn^ possess the . necessary know ledge and appar^wfand all others are We«nteaiiiit a boy:

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MUDHOLE [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 24 March 1866

[?] There^s -really nothing from here in the. sha^yafj^ight. reading, except that the Marines ;^w ^e^iHStUl experimen talising with/ their catoptric. At a meetrngv-vfor the discussion of future operations it was resolved to take a trip ih the. Flinders,. Marine Lamplighter said he. remem bered that when he was a boy there was a eaying .ttiat the Dutch had taken Holland/' , which reminded him that it would be advisable for the Marines to take'tea at 1^ie T head of the jetty before going to ^ea; adding that he should be most hanpy to provide, sugar and Bohea. Marine Grrinder offered to find them in crackers. ' Lamplighter thought scons and bannocks would be preferable, but Marines ^lick and Cheaplaw objected, as oatmeal always' made' them feel itchy. Marine SlickTsfcated that he could suppiy them with any quantity of hot water, as he was always ^p tQ^his neck in it. with somebody or another, and Marine Cheap law 'promised ! furriisli them with a j sufficiency of the milk of human kind...

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MEN OF LETTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 24 March 1866

MEN OP LETTERS. A good deal of excitement has existed lately at Lyndocli on the subject of the Post-OiEce and matters connected with that establishment. Such subjects com mand great local interest, although at the head-quarters of the department they are thought of as mere matters of routine and expediency. Without' wishing to intermeddle with the official acts of any Government officer, we must yet say that on the sur face of the subject it does appear mar vellously strange that two persons ap parently well ? qualified for the office of local postmaster should- be passed- over, and that hri individual altogether inca pable of performing the duties, if report speaks truly, should be appointed to so important and responsible a function. Probably there is no Mame -due to Mr. Williams for the occupation of an offi.ee for which he has , been, publicly -declared unqualified. ^he speakers at the meeting asserted that he was an honest man, and had been pushed forward into his present absur...

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GAWLER POLICE COURT. FRIDAY, MARCH 23. [Before Mr. R. J. Turner S.M.] [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 24 March 1866

[?] 1 I if John Holejr, and ^An Sro^ werelji conght iip.. fta iBuspicioas characters, andbavingno visible means of sapporfc/ They w^enjunreBted by police oonE table, Sunderland, being found lying on patiiway near t3ie Independent CfcpeL- ''? ? '? *' Constable Wilcox identafit^ tlnfe aocnSed as 1 persons of badreputeih' Adelaides s '' The'priso:a^s were discharged wilh -a, .oan- i jtiflgEL-i ' ^ ?»? r'.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 24 March 1866

READYERTISEMENT. ' TO WELL SINKERS. . Surveyor-General's Office, Adelaide, March 9, 1866. TENDERS will be received at this Office until noon of the 3rd April, 1866 for the CONSTRUCTION of a 'WELL on the north bank of the PAEACUILNA CREEK, near where the Northern Track crosses the Creek, and sufficiently above the bed of the Creek to be clear of the flood/waters. . The Well -to be seven feet by four feet in the clear, and to be slabbed the whole way doom with gum slabs where the absence of xock renders such necessary. The work to be tendered for at per foot, specifying the cost when the sinking is through rock, apart from that of earth requiring- to be slabbed; in the latter estimate the dabbing is to be included. The Well is to be fitted with a windlass, rope, two five-gallon iron buckets, and 60 feet log troughing; placed and fenced. To be ten dered for separately. Reference to this Office is to be made should brackish or salt water be obtained, in order that Instructions may be gi...

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FILL UP YOUR CENSUS FORMS [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 24 March 1866

FILL UP TOUR CENSUS £6fiMS/j Let th^ tnen of Crawler :aii^ of 'evefv-' ! i where -else. iji: Wi;.tepietnbpr that they have a piitilir duty 'of consider- J able iti«pOTtanee to perform on the tnor'n-'1 ing of. Monday, the 26th March, before breakfast, and as soon after davlight. a? possible, namely, that of making a return of all persons who 'shall hav^ slept ; beneath th ir roofs on the nig\t preced ing. A correct census is matter of great public utility, and it is r.ecessary that the public- should co-operate with the Government and execute their part of the busin gs promptly and faithfully; Moreover. a fine of live pounds is legally It-viable for the non-perforihance of this dufy- . Unfortunately many -persons hardoar great reluctance to putting' pen/ to -paper, or to setting others to do,»t for them, . and it must be admitted that ihe large^ square, black lined, type Ufcderi census schedule ha« a very formidable and for bidding aspect, especially to the non clerical portion of th...

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GAWLER RACES. THE SETTLING. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 24 March 1866

GAWLEE RAGES. THE SETTLING. ^ The settling for the Kaces toofc place at the Globe, liin oil Tuesday last iri ' the presence of a strong muster of the riffht A sort. ; A great feeling existed as to 'the necessity of estahliphing a Turf Club, and we believe this will be carried out on ? Tuesday evening next, when there will be a meeting at the Crlobe for 'the piir . pose of consider! nar the matter. - G. Warren, Esq. then handed ov^rirhe stakeato the following winners. Maidens— Mr. H. 1- Boe- Virii, JE3i ToTrciPL'ite.— Mr.'G.A&cock's TimWhiBer, iSOl- ' Trials. — Mr. H. L. Hoe's Charley O'Malley, £45. Indies Purse. — Mr. O. Adcock's Laurel, JB28 Consolation.- — Mr. B. tow's Oupbearar, JS20. Hacks. — Mr. Francis's Midnight, il3. Total J2200. t . This interesting part of the business having been satisfactorily accomplished, the: company sat down - to a most delicious little supper, splendidly arrahonpd by the charming young hostess, Mrs.' E Martin ; the visitors indeed looked as ...

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SOUTH AUSTRALIAN RAILWAY. NORTH LINE. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 24 March 1866

SOUTH AUSTELaXIAS SAILWAY. KOBTB XINE. A-M«Me .......... ;.....l-q»artore S.M 11.451 4.34 North Adelaide.. ? ? ' e.Oi u .49 *30 BryCreek...... ? ~ ** 8.20 — 4.55 £aHsbi»rv.... ? - ? ? ' . &SS 12220 S.O ? ' , &60 12.S5 sao GawlerTown ? ..... ? Arrival... 9.10 JJL55 8.40 OaifierTows ? ......Depirture 9-20 — . 6.W - Koseworthy ? ' *.45 — «.15 Freeing.... ? . ? M.W — «.« ? ,»Arriv)d».. 10.45 — T.15 BSpn5da.,...,»..........I-«-»rtnrd 8.001 — tso Filing ? ? ? ' .8^0 — ' 8.05 SOKRVltiif ? ? ? ' MS — 5.18 Gawler Town...... ....--.Arrival... 9.05 — 6.35 Gawler Town.. ? ? ? Departure 915 1.30 5.4s Snfflltfleia.... ? ? **. 9.30 1.45 aoo SaliEbnry^. ? ? ' 9.45 2.00 6.15 ©iy--eefc. ? ? ' 10.00 — «.30 *Torth Adelaide ? ? ? ' 10.16 3L31 6.46 Adelaide..... ? Arrival... 10.25 a.40 ? 6.85

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SMITHFIELD. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 24 March 1866

SMITHiTELD. (F rom a correspondent,) . _ On Tuesday last the annual treat and picnic of the Presbyterian Sunday School children took place. The procession started' at about half-past nine o'clock, headed by a waggon load 'of children, the vehicle baring Keen kindly lent for the oocasiop by Mr. Purdie. This was followed by about a dozen carts, and j several horsemen. As the procession slowly wound ite way up the hills it was joined by a number more, and by the time it got to the place of its destination there , were about twenty carta Hie Snot chosen for ihe dura omnQamonf moo about two miles beyond Onetree Tfillt and was a very beautiful spot, in one of Mr. S-arney's -paddocks kindly lent for the o cision by that gentleman.. The paitf arrived on the -ground about 12 o'clock,: when the children were supplied with cake, aad other .good things, includ ing fruit, which was kindly given by. Mr. Sharney. After the children were sup pled, the older ones sat down under the trees to an excel...

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SALISBURY LOCAL COURT. THURSDAY, MARCH 15. [Before R J. Turner, Esq., S.M ] [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 24 March 1866

SALISBURY liOCAL ^OUBT. Thuesdat, Mabch 15. fBefme R J. Turner, Gsq^ S.M ] ? Walsh t; Gwdaxj..— -For Jt40 damagesTor j illegally impitKiSimg- certain cattle from Sec- 1 tion3,001. '*noK- ' _ ? 'j Mr. Brady (for Jlr. Boucaut) for plaintiff. Mr. Cooper for defendant. Patrick Walsh deposed that he-is a carter and lives al; Para -Plains; Has possession of Section 3.Ci91, and is entitled. 'Defendant came on tlie land, and took plaintiff s horses ?on -iie 6th Febrnarv. -i;p Defendant trite ^ eix;. He went in 'the dii-ec: ion of the pound By . Mr; (,1--0jje»'. 'Witness was whera he. .Jir-.'si on ,-tbe- seetion in ai erection of c -nraCs galyanized iron, liaie. and saadL . Couid reco^^ u^se dr'endmt. Ke lhlght be h.nf a eection off.; ' ' ' ' ' ' t ? ;. George Taylor, poun-ikeeper at D?v Creek, produced the ponnd book. On 6 th i'e'jriary there is an entacy of -11 horses impounded by Mr. Goodall:, the defendant. If Mr. GoodaU himself did not impound them it would not be so entered in the book...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 24 March 1866

and idi6-sa^is^ti^^ra^ieS5$|me %ok&|pa8-^ eessod tjy^bose^eaingKMpmifying^rBirieaesMre nwving cn'taureoas eruptions. repa.iri ngtilcerations, and »^Biijg^fft1w,#^:»bBciaBsea'.;3Cm^:-l-iaataL evils . through -Jie «- fcicteBceaftheXnflferertoexpoeeidg Infirinltjr. . Hollo «iy^l)DflxM'jiqi$Kedes«atili dieiflei ^Silidte by phioingwithitt thfeteachoFall plain InBtructionB for carii^ ibeinBdvea. ^thoHt ai^ danger, and without tin MMg^ty Of mpntiftnlno- thrir TOttlaAy any Ann ®»e Ointment and fills will likewise cnre ba.u le^s, . scabby rashes, and ttoEe UaiuBUeB Vlddi wise from :? the &uhb6 of ififxcaiy andpfotbcr ddetenooidragB. '

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BAROSSA WEST DISTRICT COUNCIL. MONDAY, MARCH 12. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 24 March 1866

BABOSSA WEST DISTBICT COUNCIL. V ; ^ . Mokdat, Mahch 12. r Present — .The Chairman. Messrs. | and ExCelL Clerk reported haruig. ree^'ved [ the William^towu pooad-book ; ordered i ga^tte the apppintineut of keeper.- ?- . I Berfemch « scheme of road government' was ?c»B8^deretl; the Oon'uil decided that unless l! ' considerably altered, in .their 'optnion. it 'Was: V i very -aOTtbigio is.- complicated; and experolye^ ' * ? and the;Chairmaai was requested to attend t» ' ^me in .his plane at me^jng of A^ociated: Chairman. Tenders to be hmfced for saking- - 12 chxins, move or l^s, o^ road 'in Lyndoch ^ ^^gbip. .. .Heoeiyed a letter- from , nfT 'VV i ^;^jSQB-. teach^- at Lyadoeh. askmg- - ? ? assist in waKng a -rrafairLfatwV ^ j^l Eehoolf ia-fe mbertamed. Qart dire^to gefc ty ^ ffled iit ^th the, ^ . , 1 *if. ' Tli^ii^nilB, ^

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LOCAL COURT CAUSE LIST. TUESDAY, MARCH 27. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 24 March 1866

c LOCAL COURT CAUSEXIST; j Tuesday, March -27. Fcide v. Cushion — -Assatdt.

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Varieties. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 24 March 1866

JJarifiifs. The Best Capital to Begin Life on. — A capi tal wife. Marriage Extra-ordinary. — B3twcenaDumb» wc;±6r and a Still-room Mail. — Punch When is a steamboat like a witness in a trial:* Whin it is boani to a-peir. — Fa.iu | The New YorJe Herald suggests 'Erin go' i ; bray ' as a mot.o for the Fenians. ' j ! A musical author being asked if he had co- iposed anytliing Litely. replied, ' My last wo k was a composition with my creditors.' * j 'Why do yoa keep yourself so distant?'' said a fair- one to a cool lover. 'Because,* said -hey- '-^distance- lends enchantment to the view.' .' ' ? - m | Jones says a person's character depends a good deai upon his bringing up : for instance, says he, a man who has been brought np by the poiiee seldom tarns out respectable. , The Mayor 'of a north country borough, on I returning thanks for his election said that- in the discharge of his official duties he should be ' neither partial nor impartial.' A 4?outh Carolina editor s&ys that ...

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INQUEST ON FIRE AT TRIAL HILL. MARCH 15, 1866. [Before R. J. Turner, Esq., S.M.] [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 24 March 1866

TIRE '^TEIAL lUffij '.' / ,.£j ^^TB^ore K. J.Turner.lW, SM.y ^ .1 fPetar. Wilson, -of Jrp^ffin-Sepo^'ftat liatl lia/l a ahipV nf Tray linrnt. Saw the 'are j ? ffin ? mfe inwiiilrB him. ' Went oaliMtd sawtitC'! J ?fiflmwiA ?fliiawisti Wlfl4^ Ae-stack. '' 1Hi8 &»; iad-not --®ot 'all orer tiieflact. Saw noon^; :al»ut.viCalled iip Jbis man. The night ? was damp. 'A i*-y 5n witnesses employ named W. E&^4iAia^beeB bringing- liay feom the Stack l^ore^^ ^BaMdoes nQt Btnoke. Sent forsj :?; bis'neighbor8,I-eriton & Ptemrickto prevent | -the fire snreadine'. The stackCanfcained from \ 15 t& s2® tonkcf hay. ' Had no reason to sup ? -a. -'posfe any person. bad any ill-will towards him, nor had lie heard any threats used totyards ^Siiia. Hadcertain. suspicions;but should not like to-naertion them &t-j-resent.'On Tuesday zmorning found, the -hay. quite wet, therefore . -does not think a march ' dropped on it/ironid 'have «et it -on fire. Theodor' HemricV Was...

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