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HUDHOIE. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 7 April 1866

[?] _ fAom curdifted CoerespoaAat^ ~ ^In this aumime z^ion ^e j — rf irwk to-* Jlftcwmja 'W mantaSefatewiSts tfftg ^W«riu'ee; lil whethtf jfooto^re &vored applicant t« ?» WD .ifswwwwB iSLaec aware, Jjnt nndef all ana an^r rift^in. the MarineBoarf^lS^i^tfS^^rf Vmust l^*e 8ome food, and ^r be fl-d ®eans i^ ^kaA money, tiaerefore it is better. to be wise in„time and mhre .hiai TOftriearttoffll the offiee Witii eredit -to ^mwrff aod d»pesiti0O, not a miie^abl* pittmKft«M|A to fceeptl* t W- Tiirtfi i property ; a^t^ the. s^riee^ mauy vears, knpws enei^h to commend «be Ibj^ to ^ ^ mora ^veei| «ecttpaat of tha aame de. ^ |«W-iiriaa it fech«lombirt g«?e a ^To^iiing ? dittast, a^tWumeqf them^^^: triced IfJ^r notes fw ate ifia^a. aa^ ^pmng banqaet, bwt the fMmmty to the eaa gave^the ffsajni an.oppuriunity oit the.absuni esaanations fro«a^equmr whenwhe^ed W ^ battS^ 11 wtro dragged tow WMe, and a gross ^o»t of amost naagtaa&rteriaineled the opening ofa netr hot^L It would be wi...

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ST. GEORGE'S CHURCH, GAWLEK. ANNUAL VESTRY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 7 April 1866

[?] - - JMftf AIi TSKTRT IfSGTlNG ! 4wUlf e- seatbolders was held in the later St. George's Cbnrdi on Toesdi^y evcattr last. - The ? Bar. Canon Coouft*' 1km Inob»bsot» oooofosd As chair. H* msstil^. wss opened with pn&et. sfUr ?VmiIi s'P* Tniitiiis liinissas yWi txanssdted. «4wW{dnritdMa Sfetes. E S. Bright, M.P, aid W. B, {iswls prsdassd the babtaos shsetftiibeTssr. TheSKSe^ng Vring beeome too large for ?ths ♦aifctj, Ow laaividaal* uiauntt anooating jih id .Ji ..lt^ tv. — rajaa Wigsiiuft if the inooiaing War* d^efiM,dMte^^Batto^r£u?siideon trsctsi ls- ooastrnetiaa e£ the Mnndabaad teaifc ?, ' ? ' ' ' ? ' Jb.JKism. MP^ wished po know if the taken pay st^a to ehtais the JKr. JOnas stated that the Wardens endea vsceft to stWaO th» money, hut that many Persians assets! |a-ent»ibate, heesasstbaj Wisetbesatiiwiiahed in tianatta. ^Ifr. Inttstfkbwd that doe dint had be^- made %» eeTUct the «ab*o^-tipns pro Mr. Maarat thought tbe Wsxdfns riumld lOM aasn ti* matter asrried through, a...

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ON BREAKING UP NEW LAND FOR CORN CROPS. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 7 April 1866

ON BREAKING UP HEW LAND FOR CORN CROPS. In the breaking up of pasture ground for corn crops there is a most important item or two de manding consideration. It is usual to plough up new ground, and, without further prepara tion, to sow the seed fo: a - rop. Now, in dry summers, when little rain falls to consolidate the ground, it lies too hollow — the roots fail to acquire that firm hold upon the soil which they obtain in land which has been under cultivation for a few year;!. It follows that, when the cri tical period of the formation of the seed or kernel arrives, that proeess is a failure, more or less. To assist in the decay --f the vegetable matter, and to impart firmness to new land ^des tined for ~cora~croys,~ it shouM~ be ploughed 1 (broken uxp) the previous spring. Aa aa after work can be done wh?p cpca.^s once sown, there is no means of remfidjaug the imperft-ct state of the soil beneaih the surface. True, some thing may be done in the way of rolling in spring towards firmi...

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LYNDOCH RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 7 April 1866

LYNDOCH BACESL 1 - 1 .» ? A little affair in the taring too% place on Easter Monday, at the above ^ pleasant township. The arrangements* which were of a most original nature, were actively carried out by Mr. William 0ower, wb» appeared As head and front of the whole transaction. We heard that there was-such a thing as a Committee^ but we presume they were content to let the aoore geaOenan do the wor|. The pprinmpal i xaees; with^Jhec exception of tfc* Ladica' Puree, fell to the lot of I Mr. Gower's horses, which were brought out in most superb condition. We do hope our young friends at Lyndoch -will try and.break themselves of the filthy hibit of swearing now very common amongst them. During the whole of the Gawler raees we never heard a complaint of this kind, and it is with pain we are compelled to allude to it here. Surely something coold be done to put down soeb^aft intolerable nuisancer AJ1 .present seemed to enjoy themselves very much. Mr. Button, as Judge, Mr. H miteman, ^ as...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 7 April 1866

Institute fair- * - 4 ' a* J(l) '- A tiifi®|T033E jT interajt Tm t - liCTB^tea'cf fi«rinrittec-;by ^H^lna^ SSafch *a^zu ?-' -:? ?:' ??: ' -i' ? ? Cb»ttt iMU vi^ wwm ^!E1«^ja*^fidedtcinporar%to appoint ^?x!?; o* '?'fy'^ ' ^* -amw»Ha the Conuttssaonei v- r«?#ve AHLICAHOKS ^ til I*oonofthel8th instant, from competent ,;$©*' MrtaeoIimJoto lMi ascertain*! on —Ipqw^sfcl^cfbsk — - . -.»-'-_ --:-? - ?vfeo^r' r v ,* 1 * T, Wiy?MAK, - -; « Seeniaij to Commissioner Crows Lands ., Va&w$Mk.' 1 aril JHifnigt»t&-jn . r '—?? tHe SNUFF' &£0£ ftam^Ir. Baoktrfield. It requested to return thssame, as It if much valued by tike family. —7:^ i-- H. W.BUCSEBFIELP. ^ :v . f - , tol«ti .. I jL it*8?*1*' ^ ?* -JuV l?aBtnte for«n« or j£^~oo«s. ;\ ' '? ': ^ T^I^ IJEOirAEI). iBsntley, Gawtar Ball* - . * - ?' . ^_^JwaL9-*m. r F«r Sal^ ? :V : i few ^rdfirs of mwa Bolter oL Cha&d. Apply to . . JAMES. LEONABB. Bentiey. Gawler Hills, Apriie, 1866. Stsaygd She^p. ^ _ STRAYED into my 7ia...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 7 April 1866

^Itkfffcisr stgWSM8$l§1i!8^^^for.«'* . ' dpi HlftlW^^ljb^^ ,t«rrj.*»ss & % fawf » IS *a .&$***--» '? ,' afecw «& e^#3jyB €fafe Hf-i-i j, i*CTC^- ' ' * -? ? - Vr-« $£ ; ^5 f*ca4^^0^^-2 * 'sv »;'crr ^ 9flo2l^^^^j^2o^^^ls4:arinee-' 'TOI2r *11114. *** 'T-T -'-* CC S'5;^ C - ? -:V.-\' : i PLEMfcNT MANUFACTORY. -7 ^rAM»WOODS, **-d=?s 3 V ?? *- .WHE&OT,.'. Ac.;: ' '.'j'r.*. ! * i j-JvfiS iaj inform the Farmers around H Gawler aad-Willaston, that lie hasjsbw - got the business na^ hU-OTO'iiaMMig^ent,, - 1 and is now able to execute any order connected ' withtke trade. ^ * 'REAPING' MACHINES 'of every descriptaon. '* » *h*he latest improvements, made to order. ^ NEWPORT PAGNELLS, WAGONS, - SFBINGCARTS, SPRINGDKAYS, 4c., &c- . AUOxders punctu»Uy,*i3»uded to. - ^ , '? H BOHEXE, : 1 r BLACKSMITH and WHEELWRIGHT ' J r j,;';''L.v.-; shw^fckiag * - ' PA Ti $ t *V ? A«N^- SO£Jtj Manufacturer OF THE - Three-Furrow Ploughs^ EVERY description of FARMING ? IMPLEM...

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THE STANLEY DINNER. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 7 April 1866

THE STANLEY DINNER Tflis wu altogether a very spirited affair, especially for a locality which was recently a. solitude, and is still a com- i paratirdv rural ^pafc. A letter dinner, better winea, Wttto after-dinner speak- ! «g, or . feelcag, eoald toot have j cbaractesnWdja meetio^ l^eld at a first- ] t tirt* hotel in Adelwd*. ^ea-e was aixffi- j cient polities! sparring to keep the torn pany in a state of animation, and suffi cient good humor to prevent difference of opinion from degenerating into personal altercation. Notwithstanding the land question -and the squa&toeracy, were the leading topics, there was not one instance of the display of personal asperity and that one having reference to an absent individual, who -could not retort, pro duced no active disunion among the company. The question of our land system, as compared with the systems of neighbor ing colonies was veil ventilated. Mr Jafea Banov the Ch&irmas, and Mr |SeiBe^y,a8jMB.4if«9pdaKt minds are apt...

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THE GAWLER MARKETS. Bunyip Office, Friday Evening. GRAIN, &c. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 7 April 1866

: THE 0AWLSR MABKBTS. Amyv QffoCi FHdsy Erening. j : ^ Om», Ac. Wheat-is now worth 5s. 9d. per tNMheL. JQus 4nnt M anee «viut«f at ieut4d^ and we antictpate a «lill bntber decline as |hcrf ls . «t the time we«^rite a^wardsof TO(^fibos «tdbfkte»l i«M«lain Sjdoqr.Hiutoar aleae, *mved dorinjF-ttoepastfewAjrslromChlll apd ? OaKforhia.- - oUwr. twwji are r^orted loading toe Ibft-oohwlee, Ae price rf Flow* titer* b^tft^sakh astoiasato a ftpitavM If-tlwgrTfet %.9e Jlj'ta 2U per ton. All brders from 5» .other cokwues t»ere hare been executed or coun termanded, and the few -»3en no»coaila^to hand^re below present rates. Uatsand Saziev.-scaroe. B«m and Pollard, It. 8d. to U 104, with great dettand. ? Hw,*«to-7perton. ' Bread. 3tt» loaf, 54 . . '?«-' Mut. MottpB, bJba-qnarts^ »H' iwe* quarters, Beef , 3d. to. 9d. per lb. Y^a\ 7Ato VseBTAMXS, ' 1 ^-9W»iifca^l9.'to.f^e«Gh. ..r - , . Cabbegee.Cd.teN^Mdu. Tnraips, 5d. perhen-i. . . ; Cterots. «. par bnoch. French Beans, 5d. per lb. VeitetaMe Marro...

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SOUTH AUSTRALIAN RAILWAY. NORTH LINE. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 14 April 1866

SOUTH AUSTRALIAN KA1XWA*. KOBTU USE. Adelaide ? .Departure s.oo i 11.45 4.34 Kortb Adelaide ? ? ' s.M 11.49 4.30 Dn Creek ? ' 8.20 — 4.65 t-ali6bury. ? ' 8.S5 1S20 E. 0 Mmthtleld ? ' 8.50 12.35 5.20 Gau-lisrTowu......... ? Arrival — 9.10 12.55 s.10 Gawler Town ? ...Departure 9.20 — 5.50 lioseworthy ? ? ' 9.45 — 6.15 Freelimr ? ? ? ' 10.15 — 6.45 Kapuuda. ? ? ..Arrival... 10.45 — t.ijs. Ktfpunda ? ..Departure' 8.00 — |'4.30 Freeling- ? ' 8.30 — 6:05' Uaeewortliy ? ? ' 8.48 — 5.18 Gawler Town. ? ? Arrival. . . 9.05 — 6.3$ Gawler Town..... Departure . 9.15 1.30 s.4g Smitbfield ? ? ' 9.30 1.45 6.0o Salisbury ? ? ' 9.45 2.00 6.15 Dry Creek ? ' 10.00 — 6.30 North Adelaide ? ' 10.16 2.31 6.46 Adelaide ? Arrival... 10.25 2.40 6.55

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Farmers' Column. HOPS. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 14 April 1866

jfamttt' €olumi. wt HOPS. It is rapidly becoming a -question to what ex tent*for a few years at least, the colonial pro duction of wiae can be profitably prosecuted. Every year a greater breadth of land is put under vines, and great as the increase of the Consumption is, the supply is rapidly .getting a--head of tiie demand.,; At the presen t time we may fairly assume that the^whplesale price of colonial .urine does, not exceed from 3s. to 5s. . per gallon. Considering tbe immense expense of trenehlng ^e gtiaiind, of labor, and more than -all, tbe length of time— certainly not less/from firat to lajst, than six years— dur- ing which the capitalist will have to wait for the first return for expenditure, we should cer tainly recommend any of our readers who have a taste that way |o consider well the matter before they occupy more than a limited space, of their land in this pursuit, the great thing in agriculture, if it be meant to pay, is to sup ply on the cheapest terms the article t...

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NEWS BY THE MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 14 April 1866

NEWS BY THE MAIL. Foe once the contract steamer has been punctual. The branch mail steamer arrived at 1 o'clock on Thursday morn ing. Although there is nothing very startling or unexpected in the news sfce brings, portions of it ^are 'of a more exciting character than that which we have been accustomed to receive since the conclusion of the American civil war. fler Majesty had opened Parliament in Derson. the T/nrrl D)ian^llr-T. the Koyal Speech. Much interest was excited, both in the House and among the multitude outside, and amid all the pomp and glitter incidental to the occa sion the feeling of- melancholy preponde rated. The Speech, of course, glanced, in the usual way, at the topics of chief interest, domestic and foreign. Among these were Ihe approaching marriage of the ±*rincess Helena; the present satis factory condition of the late belligerent States of North America; the untoward events in Jamaica; the treaty of com merce with Austria ; the Brazilian affair ; the proceedi...

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Varictics. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 14 April 1866

§aririits. Watches are often stolen. Every watch should be on it® guard. It is easy to tell a hard drinker — his offence is bran&ied on his nose. Compliments are only prismatic bubbles, blown with the aid of 'soft soap.' ' You cruel my tears have no effect npon you at all.' ' Well, drop them, dear.' When a lazy man says, 'I'll do it at my leisure.' vou mav take it for granted he'll never do it at all. Law is like a seive; you may see through it, but you must be considerably reduced before you can get through it. The darkest scene we ever saw, was a darkey, in a dark cellar, with an extinguished candie, looking for a black cat that wasn't there. A Michigan soldier, arrested for stealing a rebel's gw-ose, said he found the bird hissing at the American fiag, and he arrested it for treason. x Claws and a Clause. — What is -the dif ference between a cat and a document? One -»gg claws at the end of his paws, and the other pauses at the end of its clauses. The following error in pu...

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GUMBERACHA LOCAL COURT. THURSDAY, APRIL, 5. [Before Mr. B. J. Turner, S.M. and a Jury of four.] [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 14 April 1866

GUMERACHA LOCAL COURT. Thursday, Apbii, 5. [Before Mr. R. J. Turner, S.M*-and a Jury of four.] Seileb v, Jahk. — This was & dmxgo of assault. The damages were laid at .£50. Mr. Bimdey appeared for plaintiff, and Mr. Stow for defendant. Ernst Seller, mason, of Stony Creek detailed the assault. He deposed that defendant took him by the arm and threw him on the floor, and while in that prostrate position struck him with his fist, and with his -boots. Witness became senseless, and on reviving, found him self on the hard metal. Was much injured. The complainant described his injuries, and detailed his consequent expenses. He was cross-examined by Mr. Stow. Several other witnesses, most of them Ger man, including the .wife of complainant, ware examined by Mr. Bundey, and cross-examined by Mr. Stow. L It was alleged in defence that complainant first assaulted defendant with a riding-whip. Several witnesses deposed that Sailer was: intoxicated. Verdict for plaintiff. Damages, one «h...

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Poet's Corner. LINES TO AN OLD LADY [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 14 April 1866

iwfs -§wner. ; LINES TO AN OI® LADY 2 1 (ST A TOtTKO 3UK AKXiOPS JTOB THE CEKXAIKTT j OF THBKE MEAlfi A 3UT.) 1 TheyteUmeel theprioeof I care not vtat its price may be. It xuatteiB little .what I «at; Tht primest joint jsianiowersaw f estive traih at'Cbristoias shown Th^elonging^os^oouldiJ.ever'Sra.w Away from gating on thine own. Oh, love ! they talk of jnutton chops, And praise the tints of whit© and red Contrasted in the Imtchers' ehops; 1'U contemplate thy cheeks instead. They smack their lips when they survey The tempting steak with eyes that shine j But nought could make xne so display . Emotion, save that mouth of thine. Ah! whai is veal, though matched with ham? Thy whiter hand withdraws my mind. Oh ! can I in a leg of lamb Aught like thy foot and ankle find? - Shoulder of mutton, what is that, 1 Although with onion sauce allied? The fairest cut of lean and fat To me is nothing by thy side. The sirloin may be dear or not. The ribs, the brisket, and the round, . I know not* a...

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GUMERACHA POLICE COURT. THURSDAY, APRIL 5. [Before Mr. R. J. Turner, S.M.] [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 14 April 1866

GUMERACHA POLICE COURT. Thttbsijax, April 5. [Before Mr. R. J. Turner, SLMJ vttktis v. Wssmt,. — A charge of lareency. The prosecutor land witnesses in. this case did not appear on being called, and. their i^cogxd stances were estreated.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 14 April 1866

Gawler Institute Fair. JUST.ilJBLISHED, The gawler iststitftjb FAER, containing- an ample and interest ing account of the proceedings connected there with, Illustrated with Photographic Sketches of the Town Decorations, and Portraits of the Members of Committee, by Joshua Finch Photographer, Gawler. Only a limited number is printed. W. Baknet, Publisher, Gawler Dancing and Calisthenic Exercises. A Lady, recently from England, wishes to establish a Select Class for instruction in the above. Special arrangements made with Schools. Unexceptional Testimonials. Address-— D, C-, Marshall's Music Ware house, Adelaide; or Apply at the Office of this Paper. % On Tuesday, April 17, at noon. AT GAWLEE. AT THE STOEE OF MESSES. A. SCHLUTEE, AND CO. IN THE ESTATE OF THOMAS WILCOX, LATE OF GAWLEE. THEEE VALUABLE ALLOTMENTS IN AND NEAR GAWLEE. CHARLES TIDEMANTS is instructed by the Trustees of Mr. Thomas Wilcox, late of Gawler. to sell by auction, at the place and time above mentioned — Three VALUA...

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DEPLORABLE CASE OF ACCIDENTAL DROWNING. Mudhole, April 13. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 14 April 1866

DEPLOEABLE CASE OF ACCI DENTAL DROWNING. '? ?, ' Mudhole, April 13. For some tame past that interesting ; creature, the Belle at the Bar, has been either thatVshe tier- self, or that some unscrupiilcHiip 'TQonster had-«loped Vith heri The' Marines, in ibeirrestreme -fmxietJV / offered' a large reward for the apprehension of the sup posed offender, or the discovery of the ; remains of the lost one. - Every official means were used in the search, which consisted mainly in the Major of Marines, 'Captain Cuttle, and the whole' of the Board waiting in prespiring suspense for her to turn up somewhere. The land and waterpolice, withthatpromptness and energy winch is ever their characteristic when a. reward is to .be .obtained, and with which that alone is sufficient to animate them, were unceasing in their enquiries and exertions, all which how ever unfortunately proved entirely fruit less. Various h,ave been the surmises as to the cause of her sudden and myste rious disappearance, or ? th...

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THE ADELAIDE CUP—AND WHO'S TO WIN IT. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 14 April 1866

THE ADELATOE CUB— A SD WflO'S^ OT IT, / /FrOmoM^STOrtiimCoiTespondenii.) 3?us is niSottbt^my the all-absorbing topic of t&e'^y , 4ven the /arrival -of the English mail does sot much interfere with the position , of the ftvorite, and the names of J&usseli and 0-ladstone, of Derby and 3Msr&eli, roll their ineffectual fires before the rush of Panic and Tim iv uuuvif qiuu cm t ouuu «a vuuc ui ment shall Sunny alone be feUent. No. The animal, &om his well known habit of accommodating Mmselfto circumstances, has of late been in many places, and -will now enlighten tie public after the manner ofthe Well knownstable liiouse, on matters appertaining t^Race Horses. Wp may say thait iiever since this par ticular race has been_ Established, was it suclj an open fefiaiivsas now; certainly, horses are backed^y ]fchelT Mends to a smalb amount, bift genetsdly the betting is nothing like 60 bKsfe-aa it lias been on former years. Who -caa forget the way our fHends over...

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TALK OF THE WAGS. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 14 April 1866

TALK OF THE WAGS. ; The talk _ (of^the W ags) is that the world in this very advanced year, 1866j wags on just as if nobody undertook to interpret the prophecies now so rapidly being fulfilled; that South Australia; no inconsiderable portion of the World in the estimation nf its ?mlin.tntfl.ntsi tinues also to. wag on;, that although during the recess, and the illness of the new Chief Secretary -it has been able to wag on only at the pace of a wagon, yet when matters mend, and- a willing 'team,' with a blytk driver- shall be actually in harness, a pace will T-e attained, which if not exactly that of the rail, will be one that no 'fair opponent will have occasion, to ..mil at;, that if the present administration get well up the New, Constitution Hill, they are likely to proceed throughout their first session constitutionally and well. June xaiK is rnat tne composition ana «ty-le .of the Telegraph continues to im prove; that there is something junius likff in the passage, 'The mouths ...

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SMITHFIELD. April 11. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 14 April 1866

SMITHFIELD. '/'From a corresnondent.') April li. On Monday last the Munno Para East and the Kapunda and Light Cricket Clubs met here to engage in a friendly match. The umpires were Mr. Harvey, for the Munno Paras, and Mr. Hart, for the Kapundas. The Kapundas were the first, tn take the willow in hand, when they made some very good play, coining out with 55 runs in the first inoings ; the highest score in that innings was 14 runs, made by Mr. Parker. The Munno Para men went in and made some excellent play, when they came out with 133 runs, beating the Kapundas in the first innings by 80 runs ; the highest score in tbe first innings of the Miir.iio was 42, made by Mr. Gr. Davey, the second was 28, made by Mr. W. Light. At this stage of the proceedings the two Clubs adjourned to the Smithfield Hotel, where they sat down to an excslknfc dinner provided for them in Host Huhble's usual excellent style. After dinner Mr. Ifould, with a few remarks, proposed ' Success to the Kapunda and Ligh...

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