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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 24 March 1866

v^^E^fATjR-oif 'lln. E. W. IA^&SK iate «»f SS ^teelin^^^ee^ l^ifetatejw^^di?.5 Ji. Lewis, Solicitor, Jviifcarray^^ More the' ^0615^5^4 ? ;- indebted to the ^tate.am«^«i^te^^ ' ^tninte.dueto^hel^rakv^ thit'diS^':^^#(fSie l^l piroteeaiSigs wilt- be ? ? : '-i- - ? eoauneooed. — ' '-J 'T ' ? ? ghi ? 8ALEOF YAL1JABLESLANDED PjROPER - TIBS AT.OA.WtHR TOWN, AND IN THE jrapdtaBGMB^^ ' ildS' :COM-' lfiBBCMI^HeT^r;e£WLEB. ''-?'?TB TE$_^^^OFJT.^pJD0X. .I \ J - by the Trustees ofMr-'TiWllcjEaj ^Lite of Gawler Town, eterekeener,' to sell by auction as above, at Mr. W . Mailer's Large Room .in the Commercial Hot^— ^ ? '«?'?- - ? ~A3i' tie PEOEBS3,IE&iiM3dng!ii» . to; the Estate^ viz,:—^ * '? -?' v .--; . Three ALLOTMENTS in BASSET TOWN, numbered' respectively 2. '20; and 21, and situ ated close to the Railway Station. AL1X-TSI3BNT V »j-. ju« 3$W$SQI? of BEETHA^i5onta,il»jjB!i ^jitj| Ae^pn^hi?!! is erected a ^tibstintiaTlv stone^twrilt FAMILY BESIDENCE; eomprisii^-Sir-ifcoms.- ? Th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 24 March 1866

i- -?'? ' „?: ^v£:-v. Z^'; S1W , DRAYS,WAGGONS; andaU ^wrtaof , . Apwfen^ r'jVT*« *» ^ «'? *Md«*P ^ order. % i ? ?? ' ' UBO SPUING CA33.TS, PAGNELLS, GIGS, and - BUGGJES. v ; - V ? ? - :? ' ????.'- FENCING WlitE for Sale. '? ?? PhoenixFoimdry, Cktwier. ' iVi ' ENGINEERS, MACHINISTS,* ^ ; MILLWRIGHTS, : COACH BUJHMSBS, {jEstablished 1848.] Machine and General Implement Manufactory. MTJEBAT STREET, GAWXER J O.EN JONES, ] MACHINIST, BUCESXTTH, W HKKLWBtlGHT, ETC., B15&S to thank Ids numerous customers far past favors, sad as he now devotes his whole attention to the aboveEstablishment, ?(having relinquished his General Store,) lie Is prepared to execute orders far keapingjS^d WINNOWING MACHINES, WAOON& DRAYS, SPRING CARTS, NEW PORT PAGNELLS, Ac., &c-, Ob th« «hort-est notice and of the best materials and Workmanship. Beapin g md Winnowing Machines of every -construction made to osder. ^ Second-hand Ee«pmg Machines for Sale or v Hire. WILLASTON AGRICULTURAL IM PL...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 24 March 1866

MARRIED. McCGRD — MeCOED. — On the 23rd March, at the residence of the bride's father, Mary ville, by special licence, by the Rev. John Gardner, Mr. James McCord, of Manananie North, to Mary, youngest daughter of Robert McCord, Esq., of Mary ville. j DEATH. WOOD.— On the 17th March, at Angaston. of heart disease. Mr. John Wood, late of ' The j Coppice,' near Nottingham, England. Deeply regretted. .' -TI}r iUmijip GAWLER: SATURDAY, MAfJCH. 24, 1866.

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THE GAWLER MARKETS. Bunyip Office, Friday Evening GRAIN, &c. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 24 March 1866

-J.VW =rv**--li . ?*' ^ ? ' '**-T ' '*? ». 'I v TH & MABXMTS. » -'i ? , ?«* Bunyiv'Ogice,' Friday Evesning.^ ? ' ? ? ' ? Grain, &c. . .. ' - '?w ?'?¥li-wr aT» 'l«s* **?'£». . V Wheiit Bt the Mills fisrSd^ Srnce nnr last it will he wii that 'there is a fall of 7d. **er Vush°l it ihe lea«ti This has been c»awd hi- nin*pr)i»- arrivals iof vesse's in the other '^'»lrt«-5es'\ladon with bre*jd«tuff« from Clii'i. carisine.qiitt*' '# pssiic. and h'complete cefsatinn of Jmsi--» sR. for several flats all pi'tii's beijipt afi^fVto onrtr-ite'.it any pTi/*0- and should oilier1 vessels arrive as it ?s anfir;pat»^d dnri'-p th'«' n ViK'k prices will still further dec'ine. as '^tockfr are heavy ind holders are anxiou* to realise.-' : *i ~ ' - v O:it« 'Vd Bn'l«y *carce Witb litlle enqulry. ? . -HatyiS to C7-per-3to;». ' ; B»^V,1^ 7d.. to ls. 3i1. 1 - - r- i; . . T-oir«rdi ls: rd- toTs; 8d. Bread. 2lh loAf. '5d * ? ? Meat. . ? Miitton. Wnd^quarU'rs, 6jd. per lb.; fore «|«irtprs. 5jd. _...

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[?]arictics. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 31 March 1866

$aritlits. *' Why are fleas liable to attacks of insanity ? — Because they generally die cracked. Why is thesun like good dough? — Because it is light when it rises. Gymne stieal— The year clears the winter with a spring. Xnwhat does a lady take her pills P — In-si&e- her (in cider). ! What is it you must keep after giving it to another? — Your word, The -report that a Yankee had invented a machine to take the sound out of thunder has been contradicted. _ Why is a woman in love like a man of pro found knowledge ? — Because she understands the arts and sicyftences. If a journeyman dyer can earn five shillings a day by dying, what would it cost him to live ? 'How would you divide drachm ?' asked one printer of another. ' Why/' replied the other, ' I would drink one-half.' ' Now, papa, what is humbug ?' ' It is,' replied papa, ' When ma pretends to be very fond of me, and puts no buttons on my shirt.' The following advertisement lately appeared j in an Irish paper ' To let— the...

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Poet's Corner. AN ELEGY. ON THE GLORY OF HER SEE MRS. MARY BLAI[?] [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 31 March 1866

Reel's -gantcr. ANEEBGY, j ON THE GLORY OF HZ& SamUBT SUSS. Goodpeople allwith one accord - I-amentf«r 'Madam Blaise, ?Who sever wanted agood word — Sfcom those whoepoke herpraise. The needyeeldpmipassedJaer door, - v And aiways.Iound herJrind 3 She freely lent to all the poor— 'Who lefct a^odgje behind. Sbei&rovo the rieigfcborhood to please 'With mans&rewondrous winning; MimMwwd -wicked ways — Except when ce was sinning. ft* ''3 KftHna iiaw, Withjbpop of monstrous else. v f&e sever slumbered iober pew— ? 1 'Iftit When ehe shut her eyes. j Her love ires sought I do aver, . - bytw^tybeauxandmore; j The king himself has followed her — When she has walked before. But now her wealth and finery fled, . ... Her hangers-on cut short all ; The doctors found when she was dew}-— Her last disorder mortal. ? Let us foment in sorrow sore, S'orKWt-streetwMlmaysay.1 That had she lived a twelvemonth more — She had not died to-day. — -Gcldsmiih.

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WALLAROO. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 31 March 1866

VALLAEOO. The .following extracts' from the Wal laroo Times of Wednesday are interest ing, th'e' one &om a local, and the other from a general point of view. The existence of the moloch4iorridus,'a repre sentative of the ? Chameleon, is another illustration of the fact that animals con sidered as fabulous, have generally, or have, formerly had actual existence. Mr. D. Bower has ' taken the contract for extending the jetty. 'The timber for -the work will be brought by the Walrus, 'which is expected to arrive in the -Srarse rof a few days. The jetty is to be~ lengthened by 235 feet, of -which a portion — -66 feet long by 46 feet ^vide — is to be attached to the end of the jetty in a divergent westerly direction, and. will 'form a connection with . the remaining 'pb'rtioti, 'which is ^to be 172 feet long aud 31 feet 'wide, and which will be built .in a line still more to the 'westward. The projected extension will afford additional accommodation for two or three vessels.* 'Spea...

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SOUTH EASTERN DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 31 March 1866

130UTH EASTERX DISTRICT. The following are extracts from the Border Watch, of the 21th instant. The land sales and the progress of the insti tute, are very satisfactory as indicating the rapid progress -ef the district The account ot Black Nelly possesses general interest, referring as it does to one of the few survivors iu the settled districts ©f a race fast becoming extinct. ? Largs Sat/s 6p Land. — As a prcof of the estimation in which the laid in the neighbourhood of Mount Gambier is held, we may call attention to the fact of a block of 3L3f- acres, part of section 599, Hundred of Blanche, having changed hands 'a few dags ago nt the price of £15 per acre. This block was p\ircbase-I from Mr. 'W. J. Browne by one of the best practical farmers in the district (Mr. J . Plate) and is only divided by a government road from the unsold portions of the Yahl Piiddock. We have been informed by Mr. Browne's agent here (Mr. 33. Maisev) that since the lands in G-ambier and Caroline were offe...

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MISCELLANEOUS EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 31 March 1866

MISCELLANEOUS EXTRACTS. A Eich Beggak. — An old man residing at i\euilly-sur-Seme, Franco, who has been living . tliere on charity for more than twenty years, died a few days since, and was buried ab the public expense. On removing the few articles of furniture in his wretchai lodging several rolls of gold coins were found in a cupboard. A minute search was. then made, and in the stuffing of chairs aid ether hiding-places were discovered bank-notes and securities amount ing, with the gold, to J£l,600. Fall of Houses in the Late St'obm at Hull. — The singular and deplorable accident at Hull, on Monday week, when several small dwelling-houses 'were crushed by the fall of a ' large unfinished building, and five of their inhabitants — a man, a woman, and three . children — were killed, is the subject of oae of our' illustrations. It was during the violent storm which was racing at the time, of this disaster, about half -past 9 o'clock in the morning, that the building now in course of e...

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THE TRIAL OF G. W. GORDON. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 31 March 1866

THE T£IAL OF Gr. W. GOBD62s. j As the insurrection in Jamaica, and its suppression ars matters which will oc cupy the earnest attention of the 'British Legislature and public for some time to come, and as the execution of Mr. tror don will form a leading feature in future discussions, we extract from the Illus trated London J\reivs an epitome of the evidence adduced against him at the Court Martial by which he was tried : — Some erf ortr contemporaries have pub lished what purports to be a repbrfc of the proceedings of the court-martial on G-. W. Gordon. We give the substance of the document : — ^The first witness. .Tohn Anderson, (a rebel), said he had been forced to join the rebels' on -pain 'of being shot. He had. seen Gordon at Stony Gulf, at a time on Sunday, but the month he could not 'specify, though pressed in crossex amination, he had heard Gordon say to Bogle (at a meeting in Morant Bay), 'They are going to hold a meeting, and if we did not get the back laud3 they must all...

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OURSELVES. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 31 March 1866

I OURSELVES. 'We have to apologise to-day for a portion of our im]-ression being printed on inferior paper. This unpleasant incident has arisen from no fault- of ours, but through remissness on the part of a public department* usually remarkble for its promptitude and correctness. . ? ? ? ? ? - ? * ? ©|e GAWLER: SATURDAY, MARCH Si; 1866.

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GAWLER POLICE COURT. MONDAY, MARCH, 26. [Before Messrs. G. Warren, J.P., and J. Pile, J.P.] [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 31 March 1866

[?] - 3Kohba*,/1Ia*ch; 26. .. r... £Befarp Measjs. G.Wansn,J.P.,'aadJ. 'J*-. - ,-» , i'Ue.XP-l * ; J€nanah VaUagkan wascharged with assault ing his wife,on the ££th. instant, and ploaded -guilty. - Bridget CaMaghanprOvad the assault, and ?'stated thafcahe-bad separated from thedefen v dahtby,m»toal agreement. . . ' : 1 read£roanihe£ecord Book af briner-oon Action of defendant, and prpdu0^|ua2a»c«!gajaaa«» tofcee^ &e peaoa, - lato^l^'i^gnizaDcea to -keep ihje.ipeaoe towards his wife for 12lm-ffiths,lnmself Jn 1520 | ?'and' Cosureties in ilO -adi;:'^iiUBg'tebn. j ~ - phauoe'withthi3 decision, defendant /tobeim j ? ? ' \ prisoned for three months. JHe wi« committed' ! John. M'Mahon pleaded guilty tobeingdrunk | and assaulting constable Hee. fie iras fined | JSl ; '©cistB,'7s. -u -?-??*? ' -| Tinwthy MaXohcm VasfiQed' 10s. (costs, 78.) j . for being-dimlt And assaulting the police. . .. '' 'i*T*nBSDAT, MAHCH 27- , I [Before Mr. B.J. Tomer, S.MJ Ford v. 'Cushion.— John Cushion 'w...

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THE NEW MINISTRY. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 31 March 1866

THE NEW MINISTRY. The present Ministry was organised with unusual promptitude. As ma&y days have been occupied on former occasions as the hours required for the completion of the matter, on the present. Perhaps few Ministerial arrangements have been made better calculated to be satisfactory to1 the country, and although the Ministry as a whole is new, three-fifths of its con stituent portions 'formed parts of the : preceding Ministry. As regards the two members newly intro luee3, without any disparagement of. their predecessors, have no hesitation in saying that the country has lost nothing by the exchange. Messrs. Hart aud Neales were able and hard- working servants of the pualic. and are entitled to gratitude for having successfully grappled with some delicate and difllcult questions which were press ing uupleasantly. Messrs. Blyth and. Milne have long since proved their claims as statesmen, 'ancl the colonists will look to them with confidence for honest and i enlightened...

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CENTRAL ROAD BOARD CONTRACTS. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 31 March 1866

'CENTRAL ROAD BOABD CONTRACTS. I -TO -THE EDITOR. S)r — I-u your issue of the 24th March you allude to a case of Martin and Andrew Brophy in the ?' Gawler Local Court. 'It^vas Martin and Dean, Brophy was only a witness in the casj. On r Boarl Board contracts been takeu under 'X equivocal circumstances under- the Cen tral Road Bjard as Mr. Bright, M.P., brought in questio 1 at the tast meeting ?ef the Central Boa 1 Board, that Andrew Brophy used the name of John Martin for a contract 'without His consent. I had Martin's consent, bdt -I was to undertake to cany out the work under Martin on my own responsibility, fines enforced by fiie -Board, or other debts connected with* the progress of the work, to be paid by '.toe '-Martin promised to give me £50 on interest -to pay labor, lie has nSarked'theifirst orderiin October* for Andrew Brophy to receive all money due by the Board ou adv. N®. 1,226, and witnessed by 5fr. ' W. Muller, Commercial Hotel, Gawler. The order was object©! to by Mr...

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GAWLER CRICKET MATCHES. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 31 March 1866

GAWLER CRICKET MATCHES. I ? ? ? | Two matches at cricket were played on the Park Lands, yesterday, between the well-known building firms of Pett and Gray and Taylor & Forgie. Mr. Taylor was chosen, captain on the one part, and Mr. Pett on the rther. Re freshments were providsd on the ground, the cost of which fell on the losers. Mr! Taylor's men went first. to the wiekets. The following is tfee iccfre : — Taylor's Sink. First Innings. Second Innings. Taylor, run out ... 0 run out ? O Fergie, b. Beal ... 0 b. Hewett ... 1 ''Snooks, b. Beal ... 1 b. Mahoney ... 5 Hastie, ron ont ... O b. Hewetfc ... 3 Parker, run out ... 3 caught out ... 2 Driscoll,'b. Beal ... 0 caught out ... 0 Wilsmore, fe. He wett 12 b. Hewett ... 4 Murray, b. Hewett 3 b. Hewett ... o Driscoll, b. Beal ... 0 caught out ... 0 Hughes, b. Hewett -9- fe. Mahoney ... 21 Lawrence, -b. Hewett 2 not out ? 2 Bye ? 1 Byes -... ... 5 Total ? 31 T*fcal ... ... 43 Total, both innings ... ... 74 Pett's Side. First Innin...

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LYNDOCH. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 31 March 1866

[?] L k . (Froma correspondent.^, . ^ On Tuesday last a riSe nuitdh ; came off be tween seven members of the Lyndoch Com pany -who ate South Australians and- ee^en. of the imported sne^bezs of tbe-iCom^uiyj for ' a' dinner, when the ^ gim^^CT^roVTO 'victb rioue by eix. points.' ; -A. strong trind j^Leir across the range during the . firing at 600 and 600 yards, which greatly affected tbe-al^tai^ 'at 'those 'distances ^The' following- is. five' rounds at each .distance:-^ ^ . V - 'SniTTB ?- A TTSTP. *T.T a Wr' ''' = aoo. 3«) 5ooHS-te .i'-. -?yds. yds. yds. 'yds. T'fcl. X^rpomlW.Brock... 15 10 14 8 47 Private A. Winton 8 10 10 ; 4 ;32 'B. Boberts ... 15 7 13 '87 - H. Lawes ... 6 10 11 % SI W. Mclntyre ... 13 13 4 ^ 8 88 Ti Johns ... 11 12 .-'S .fi $2 W. Eushall ... 8 4 2 '8 22 ? 1 ' ° — ' - ' ; 239 ' Beitish. Captain T. ..Winton i2 7 8 f2 29 Lieutenant A. Brock 15 9 14 8. 46 Sergeant :J. Button 11 6 9 3 29 Private J.Springbett '' 8 '9 -12-6 84 -. W. H. Johns ... 12 8 7 8 -35 H. Button...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 31 March 1866

Advt. — Hollowa-Vs Peli^s. — Palpitation of the heart is frequently not only felt, but heard; it prevent® deep, and begets the utmost dread of impending suffocation. These Fills are particularly recommended for removing .affection, because they strengthen the nervous and the debilitated, who are much more liable to *-his malady than other persons. Holloway's Pills so improve the - digestion, increase the action of the liver, and give activity to the bowels, that giddiness, headache, and nausea.] depart as the palpitation diminshes, ajna -the sufferer at once experiences the most 1nd4s- j cribable relief from anxiety. Holloway's Pills' form the besl alterative and aperient in all ' cases of convalescence from fevers, infiama tione, neuralgic, and all chronic diseases which . have impoverished the blood and brain. Sale by Auction GAWLEB AUCTION SALES CLEMENT'S YARDS. THE AUCTIONEER begs to intimate to his Friends and the Public generally, that he has made arrangements for holding Sale...

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GAWLER AND WILLISTON RACES. MEETING TO FORM A TURF CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 31 March 1866

GAWLER A--n WILLASTON RACES. MEETING TO FORM A'TUfiF CLUB. ! A meeting was. held at the Globe Inn on Tuesday, the 27th instant, for the formation of a Gawler :£ud Willastou Turf idub. H. L. lioe, Esq., was called to the chair. It was proposed by Mr. Bradley ' that it is desirable to form a Turf Club to be called the ?Gawler and Willaston Turf Club.'' Mr. E. Martin seconded the proposition, which was carried unanimously. It was proposed by Mr. O. Adcock. seconded % Mr. Kogebs, and carried, 'that three pounds 'be the amount of a members' subscrip- ' tion.' Mr. Price proposed, &nd Mr. Bvsnet seconded, the proposition, 'that the following gentlemen be appoint©! a preliminary Com mittee for the formation of a Club, with power to add to their number : — Messrs. L; Hoe, O. Adcock, W.:Pile, S. Bradley, G. Warren, E. Marian, and W. E. Eoberts, and that a meet ing of Committee be held this day four weeks at the Globe Inn, for the establishment of the Club.' Immediately after the above...

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GAWLER CORPORATION. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 28. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 31 March 1866

0pRPOIifTIO3f. . ; %BDHE$Dit, IMaBCH* 28. - ' ? 1 ^ -Pjestot^^-XJouncilloiB Clement (in the chair, ' as'. Voiaami wouma for His Worship theMayor), D-dand,- Young, Finch, and Mold . ^rSRhe jabience of Councillor Loutit was stated ' to be occasioned by indisposition. V /The minutes of tbe last 'meeting were read and confirmed. ; ?A letter was read froto Mr. Turner on behalf of Mr. Blight calling attention to~a quantity. of earth and stones.:. which -bad fallen on partibf High-street ^abuttitig -on. his property, and requesting its removal. '? KeterriKl re tne run lie W-orks Committee for their report. * The Town Glerk stated that he had tele graphed to tbe -Road Board about 'the South Para Bridge, and that be bad received a reply ?stating that Mr. Macaulay would inspect -it immediately. ' v The Chaikhan stated that Mr. M icaulay had visited tbe bridge,' and apprehended 110 imme diate danger; also that&e liad made suggestions as.to the best way of remedying the defective stite ...

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Farmers' Column. FLAX AND HEMP. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 31 March 1866

- ..^antttts Caliph FLAX AUD HEMP. ? One of the most reassurlng eigns of the zeal advance of the colony {Victoria), in spite of the occasional breaks and Repressions which chequerits* surface, is the eveiy-day demand for articles createdby the successful starting -of new industries. When we speak of Victoria., 1 of course we speak of all hereisberB, whose 1 prosperity 'and oar own are one. * There is no veiyevident connection,atfirst sight, between vines andropes ; but ih« d«cided ist&rt of the ? irara^be^Mu^g^t^fttl^tinprq^Mt, ? uponthe arti&esihat 'will here^iredby^e wine trade when grown up. : jror instance, good wine requires good bottles, and' good bottles require good glass, and so the glass trade ispusbed on. The vatting of the wine will cause a certain demand for some of the Australian, woods, which in many respects are better than the imported. An infinitesimal, but imperceptibly growing, demand is showing it selffor the New Zealand flax (Phortnivm tenax), m...

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