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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 14 April 1866

~ M&siipJ^LE MlIiLINJBET, I! STRAWS ATS, BONNETS^ and New ^YIETER DBESSES at Northmore anil CO?s, v-'*-. iGa^et^dAdebude. ? ? _: ? --- --' --- - - - - XT E W © B E is -S (Winceys). AT NEW SKmTIira'( Winceys) ' AtL WOOL PLAIDS, only 3s. lid, double width; ? FJRENCH AfEBIXO^ HA3RD TAKTAJT PLAIDS a* NorttimoreandCo.'s, Gawler and Adelaide. BEOGADED SILK DRESSES, 16 yards, for 35*. 6d-ra great bargain 3few - iteversible Queensland WOOL -SHAWNS at 3forthmore and So^s, Gawler and Adelaide. QCAJfcLET, MAGENTA, and NEW *15 PRIMULA BATH COATING 2| to 3 .-yards Wide ? Best Makes of Seal WELSH and SAXONY FLANNELS ' BLANKETS, Bleached and Unbleached SHEETINGS. LINEN SIIEFTING, TICKS, DIAPEES, DAMASKS, TOWELLINGS, The best value for money at Northmore and Co.'s, Gawler and Adelaide. EN'S akd BOY'S CLOTHING, New, Good/and Cheap at Northmore and Co.'s, Gawler and Adelaide. HOYS' NEW KNICKERBOCKER D SUITS, jnst received at Northmore and Co 's, Gawler and Adelaide. EN'S ALL WOOL CRIMEAN SHIE...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 14 April 1866

? Aldinga ** -?» 12 KSostoBg *' ' 12 ?SK?' : »]S!3*; : ' ^ enghjeees, mcfiiNtsTs, MIl^WBIGHTS, -COACH BUILDERS, &C..&C. [Established 1848.3 Machine and General Implement Manufactory, MUEEAY STREET, GAWLEE. JOHN JONES, MACHINIST, Blacksmith, W HjEKLWKIGHT, ETC*. BEGStojbliai^: J^ numenous customers for past favors, and as lie now devotes his whole attention to the aboveEstablishment, {having' relinquished his General Store,) He is prepared to execute orders for REAPING AND WINNOWING MACHINES, WAGONS, ©EATS, SPRING CARTS, NEW PORT PAGNELLS, &c., &cv, On the shortest notice and of the best materials and Workmanship. Reaping and Winnowing Machines of every construction made to order. Second-hand Reaping Machines for Sale or Hire. WILLASTON AGRICULTURAL ImT PLEMENT MANtTFACTOEY. JAMES WOODS, MACHINIST, BLACKSMITH, WHEEL- I WRIGHT, fteJ ] BEGS to inform the Farpaers around Gawler and Willaston, that he has n5w got the business under his own management, ».T-...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 14 April 1866

Notices to 4orrtsgoiii)ttrts. | . ? ? ? I Some of oar correspondents must cxcuse their I commumcations not appearing this week, as j the claims on our columns are unusually large. We have so much confidence in Mr. Roberts's statement in reference to the Lyndoch Races that we must, with all respect, decline inserting the strongly-worded communication from that place, dated the ISth inst. fojic GAWLER: SATURDAY, APRIL 14, 1866.

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THE GAWLER MARKETS. Bunyip Office, Friday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 14 April 1866

THE GAWLER MARKETS. Bimyip Office, Friday Evening. We have still .to report a declining market, and a fall since our last, of Sd., per bushel for wheat, and it appeals it has not yet reached its level; there have been numerous arrivals from Chili and California during the past week, com pletely glutting both Melbourne and Sydney with breadstuff^ in Sydney there has been a sale of 96,000 bushels prime Chilian wheat, at 5s. 2d. per bushel, this wheat is almost equal to our last year's wheat, and much better than a great deal that has been sent to the other nuuuieg i rum nere mis year, oeuig qiucb plum per, and infinitely better cleaue^L There are reported as loading for the colonies about 40 vessels from Chili, ; and upwards of 30 from California. . This lot w&l keep the- other colonies supplied forsome considerable time with stocks on hand, so that our surplus will not be required at any rate for some time, and our trade will be confined as at present to home consumption, con...

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GAWLER RIVER. April 10. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 14 April 1866

GAWLEE RIVER. fFrom our own Correspondent, 1 April 10.. - There is really nothing occurring on these plains to relieve the dull monotony of a farmer's. life save and except chapel anniversaries. That of Zoar, Peachy Belt, tool? place on Easter Sunday and Monday. On Sunday the three services and- the three collections ; on Monday the usual tea meeting and public meet ing afterwards, at which Mr. Hogarth. J.P., was to have presided, but did not, and Mr. John Patterson did, and very creditably he performed his part of the services. I wish I could say as much for ; the pecuniary responses made on the j occasion. | , On Friday the Munno Para West Company met their officers at drill, and , afterwards adjourned to a spread at the Smithfield Hotel. The company, having served their six-years, were desirous of giving some mark of esteem to their, Captain (Patterson) and Lieutenant (Seoular). On the removal of the cloth . Mr. Peter Rowland, being in the chair, gave the usual loyal toasts, and ...

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GAWLER AGRICULTURAL AND HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 14 April 1866

GrAWTETt AGRICULTURAL AKD HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY. A meeting of this society was hell at the Globe Inn, Gawler, on Tuesday afternoon, the !0th Inst. Present, the President (Mr. Hogarth), and Messrs. John Smith, Johnston, Lane. Mar tin, Buehan. K. -J Turner, John Smith, jun., G. U'arren McLean, Swan it, and the Hon. Secretary, Mr. W. IL Kussell. The minutes of last meeting having been read and confirmed. ihe Hoy. .secretary stated that the meeting was called for the election of officers of the Society for the ensuing year. He w^s happy to state that he had deposited £40 at the Bank, as the proceeds of the late show. Sir. Martin proposed that Mr. John Smith be President for the ensuing year, which was seconded. Mr. Johnston*: proposed as an amendment that Mr. Hogarth should be re-elected. This was seconded by Mr. John Smith. The Prrsidknt said alt ho' he fully estimated the honor of being re-proposed, he did not desire to fee re-elected, but he thought the meeting: was very small to mak...

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SALISBURY POLICE COURT. FRIDAY, APRIL 6. [Before R. J. Turner, Esq., S.M.] [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 14 April 1866

SALISBURY POLICE COTJET. Friday, April 6. fBefoie E. J. Turner, Esq., S.M 1 ! — - Forbes was charged with using^ violent and threatening language towards James Malhie son. He pleaded not guilty. - James Mathieson, overseer, residing at Port Gawler, deposed that on the 17th March he was on his way home from the Lower Light, and went into a section where William Cole man was ploughing. Was on horseback. Defendant, who came up, said, Come down you — ? ? and I'll kiek your two eves into one.' Asked him what he did that for. He replied, 'You called me a blackguard.' Defendant than ordered witness off the sec tion, and followed him calling hi»n names. Witness might have made use of the wqrds imputed to him. Information dismissed. Police v. Nieass. — Charge, under the Licensed Victualler's Aet, of selling one gal lon of wine, he not being a vine-grower. The Defendant pleaded not guilty. John Jackson, mason, of Salisbury, stated that he knew a Mrs. Nieass, wife of William Nieass, resident a...

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SALISBURY LOCAL COURT. FRIDAY, APRIL 6. [Before R. J. Turner, Esq., S.M.] [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 14 April 1866

SALISBURY LOCAL COURT. Fbfday, April 6. [Before E. J, Turner, Esq., S.M l Iwkehou v. Fishbb. — Claim for .£7 lis., for attendance given at Dr. Fisher's request. Frederick Albert Wolfgang Donehou, of ' Salisbury, surgeon, the plaintiff, stated that he is proprietor of a chemist's shop.. In January, last year, he had a conversation with defen wui«. xaa oeen attending i^r. Eisner s patient? before. Hie defendant received the money and divided the fees with plaintiff. It ; is the usual practice. He had on. previous . occasions received half the fees. Requested i Dr. Fisher to give him a written notice. Saw L first Wilson at, Walpole'g once at. night, and charg-»d JI2 2s. They are fair and reasonable charges. The next ffatieat was' Mrs Morrison. Attended her five-timee. Told Dr. Ifisber be 'should chjtfge/7s'. 6-L - He said I oould »ot chktge 5feo 'atioeh. The next patient^ Was Brewster «t Penfield. He was a Lodge pa&ant, therefore lef t thecharge to th& Doctar's tliB cre...

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GAWLER INSTITUTE. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 14 April 1866

GAWLEE INSTITUTE. The usual monthly meetimg of committee was held at the Institute on Tuesday eveninsr. Present: — Mr. Roberts (Vice-President), and Messrs. Burton (Treasurer), Ferguson, Gordon, Thorup, Michael, and D. Fotherina:ham (Sec retary). The minutes of last meeting 'were read and j confirmed. j Mr.- Ferguson inquired respecting the Ladies' meeting, and the Vice-President stated that that, meeting had not vet been held, but suggested that an effort should be made to obtain a meeting- of the ladies without delay. Mr. Ferguson moved, and Mr. Bttktok seconded — ' That a meeting of the Ladies' Committee be called for Tuesday, April 1 7th, to arrange for a bazaar to dispose of the un sold stock remaining from the show. Accounts were passed to the amount of £60 2s. 9d. Mr. Ferguson moved — 'That the Trea surer be empowered to use any moneys be longing to the Entertainment Fund for the due payment of accounts passed that evening. Seconded by Mr. Thobup, and carried unani mously. Mr...

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GAWLER CORPORATION. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 11. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 14 April 1866

^GlWLER CORPOEATIOK Wednesday. At-rOl 11. 1 Present — Councillors Clement (in the chair), Loutit, Mold, and Young, The minutes of tiie last meeting were read and confirmed. A letter was read from Councillor Finch, ' 3sking to be excused attendance, and for per mission to open a grave for interment of an ' infant son of Mr. L: S. Burton. Granted. A letter was read frem .Messrs. Pett and Gray, asking permission to erect a bridge at wmj eacrance or -aiessrs. jsngnc « son s yara in Murray-street similar to that at the Old Spot. Councillor LotrnT,' on behalf of the Public Works Committee,- 'recommended that the tender of Pett & Gray, for supply of slone, be accepted. Councillor Mold reported, on behalf of the Public Works Committee, that as regarded the stopping the mouth of the drain from the brewery, Messrs. Fotheringham were willing to do everything needful -to abate the nuisance for the future. They suggested the sinking of a well in the first instance. The financial statemen...

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GAWLER AND LYNDOCH RIFLE MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 14 April 1866

GAWLEE AND LYNDOCH 'R.TW.T8 MATCH. On Tuesday last the second event between the Frsr Gawler Rifles and the Lyndoch Volunteers came off on the ground of the latter. The day was unfavorable, being- hazv, with gusts of wind, and the numbers scored were consepnently small. The .following is a statement of the firing-: — XllU-X AjrAWL£B JSEFXiES. 20®* 3QS - 4m 600 yards, yards, yards. jnitU, TotaL Captain Martin ..15 9 14 .4 43 W. Biggs .. .. 16 13 IS 12 64 M. SlcCaUum i7 . 8 17 1 49 W. Wincey .. ..14 S 10 6 35 P. Frankel.i. 9 ' 8 15 s 40 G. Nott .. .. 13 » I6 5 43 D. Thomson 8 '13 10 1 33 W.Johnson ..15 9 11 n 43 A. McCalium .. 19 a # 5 39 J. Midler .. 28 15 12 15 G2 Total .. .« .. .. ,, ZiTKDOCH VOLaNTEEKa Captain Winton ..8 9 12 12 41 Lientenant Brock.. 11 10 10 is 4S Private Burton . . 13 4 15 42 44 Lawes 18 9 15 9 51 Harm .... 11 9 8 1 ss Brook ? 14 11 13 5 4S Wintoa . . .. 7 9 15 10 41 Mclntj-re .. 12 13 4 15 « Springueot .. 15 15 7 19 ss Johns .. .. 18 13 15 15 61 Total ? ? After ...

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SHEAOAK LOG RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 14 April 1866

SHEAOAK'LOG BLACES. These Rapes took place on Monday l««t( April 9. First Rack. Nr. J. Sannay's Beda ... .... . 1 Mr. Begging's Nannygoafc. Mr. J. Grace's Emma Jack. Second Bacg. — (Between Sharper and Lncy Glitters.) The mare had not a chance, being evidently shaken from her late mishan. rh« rider of Sharper, if he takes the advice of an - old sportsman, should try and get a . good mount at next Adelaide meet, and watch the movements of some of our . Adrfajfla jocks. Keep his temper. Use Judgment. An-l nofc flash, or unnecssarily punish his horse. Third Race. — Won by Mr. Manual's roan gelding, taking both heats. A bay pony belonging to Mr. Angel pushing him very hard. This was a good race, audi .the pony was admired, by everyone, but toosmalL The coinpany was not large, but very respectable. Mr. J. Coxell provided all that was good and requisite, and amongst other things flfere was two or three of the best : dein teams.! have seen in the colony Troopers Were on the ground, but the...

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GAWLER POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, APRIL 10. [Before Mr. R. J. Turner, S.M., and Mr. J.A. Buchan, J.P.] [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 14 April 1866

' ' ^AWLEE^POiaGE .COXJST. V ' TuESDATT, iXBO- 10. ' * - {BeSon Mr. B. J. Turner, S.M., ahd Mr. J. A. Jhicihan. J-P-1 HirrcHrNSON v. Woobs. — For having & cow ; astray. 'Pined ls. and costs 15s. ^ ? HiJTCHnsstiSt v. 3Pieu-. — 5*or having tniree cowsnstray. Fined 56, and costs. 15s. Smmiw*r-T. JoifBS.-^)n the a^eqnest of 'Mr. - Eudall all. witnesses iwere ordered out of Courfe.', The plamtiff eiiimed 9s. one we^'s wages. ' '' ' , - -c-. Elnag^lStiSStei, the^laiinta®iBMd shebadl been living in the house -of Mr. T. O. Jtiies asl a serrant. Sjeffc the service on -Thuxsdayfj nintif. T'lir} Vir*f. r(v-oivA V»pr va0£S before Sh© I iSft . - Had 'been paid all but the last week. At * a quarter to 10 on Thursday evening ^he was : -informed that Mrs. Jones -^wished io see her in: the bedroom. Mr. and Mrs. Jones were Asked if Mjs. iJones wanted to speak. She said no, Mr. Jones wished to speak to her. Mr. ' Jones 'saiflthefe were a few things during the tiof. AXIflfifclv 3*I?htu but : he...

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GAWLER LOCAL COURT. TUESDAY, APRIL 10. [Before Mr. R. I. Turner S.M.] [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 14 April 1866

mWXEE mCAL COURT. ' - ' jSfflBBi 10 mc»«wtrr R .T S3L1 ? ? (? '*was a easoof dajm fer J07 68- 4d.. . for rent J«id on awotUi^,pf the Jata 'William Terser. Mr, Tamer appeajed for .plaintiff, and Mr. jSaYemer^^l^ ia^osea that he was ? ? Jaiier,Kf4 ^ ^te ' WijK°y«nier, - In August, , I863,*he p£ia &JC* ?&? 5s- *«. »t the request of his son _ ' * *??? ~ ? Cross-examined, bv Mr.liIaljthewB-rPai^ the -?» . » -«» _-_'*m«i. -l_ -*-»_— —l ? )DCI ??= ?-? lascrencorMie seccuw aw ja i^Muwr, it-u*. -John -Verner boughfe®e%ection in Junes, 1S65. 33Ss8caiJohn~nor aikj^wfly^se^v^ira^ed^dm Jfo r the receipt of laaa^y jpaii ^ Messrs. k- 'Christen. Jc5m.pwa.-tti© rent to 1866. ' 1 ' '-CalfcerliwretoereM^^GieeoUected being ^^entwheB%erla4ehusbandask^ plaintiff , , for the receipt given by 'Messrs, Christen. - - 3 it was'inl863 or 1864. Had received no 'rant Tor Section 565 since her aiusband's death. ? . ?'' ? ' Ooss^egagnined— TJnSeHStoodbyp^iatiff' say- . ing aM right that her husband...

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Poet's Corner. WELCOME RAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 21 April 1866

[?] 'WELCOME RAIN. I Gawler 33311b and Gawler Valleys, Gawler Greeks and G&wler Plains, Opes wide your thirsting mouths all - v.; ;v ?' To xeoeive the welcome sains. Around theeall is scorched and withered — No gentle slopes with, verdure clad, And lingering, gasing on thy desert, jMy eye-ballsache, my heart grows sad. - Bui lo, a change ! Oh, how delightful 1 The long, long, unrelenting snn . At last seems tohave%urnedhis spiteful, And for a tune ourlanddoes shun. The rain now pours, long hopedandlookMfor, j Gladdening panting Nature's breast, From whose fertile bosom flows forth All her charms by fancy drest. ' And now my eye with pleasure wanders O'er the grassy paddocks green ; Flowers are springing, creeks are flowing More welcome rain I ne'er have seen. Then thanks to Thee thou Greatest Giver For silvery flowers and golden grain ; Thanks be to thee for all Thy bounties Showered an tis by welcome lain. ' BUNYIPPO. Gawler, April 16, 1866.

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WALLAROO. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 21 April 1866

WALLAROO. The affairs of this township appear to be very prosperous. The following are among the more recent announcements of the Wallaroo Times ?. — The Surveyor-General will, while here, select a site for an aboriginal reserve. It is desirable that this should be some distance from the townships. Instances of gross immorality and drunkenness have lately been detected, showing that their free contact with the lower orders of labourers should as much as possible be avoided. The new Gaol at Wallaroo is pro claimed as the Gaolj[ for the Local Court of Wallaroo, Kadina and Moonta; and the Kadina Goal is to be discontinued as such. A gentleman in Adelaide having ap plied to the Government for permission to exercise the right of selection of Isnd at Moonta Bay, under the anthority of an original land order, caused the Sur veyor-General, on Thursday, to officially visit the spot in company with Messrs. Geo. Green & Main. We mtdptrahiml the application will only be granted sub ject...

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BAROSSA. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 21 April 1866

[?] [?] o-»un^| lately to disturb the usual quiet j w-feek ^n^^ced^at^le .establishments \ of Gle#. Eto,i^.asid Pewseyvaie. To any one interested in wiqe making a visit to either of the above establishments at any time during the next four -weeks would ka ? * j. ? j ' , grew granucanon, as the j meahs and appliances for conducting the process, are of -the most perfect order, aadt 'Bs' in - the; system of each of the establishments, there is some difference j in the mode of operation, ' Vignerons,' ? might pick up a few good ideas for ' futureguidance. I see that the new township of Cranes ford i&^tcadily progresssing, tiere being already a store, blacksmith's and butcher's shops built, and 'several other buildings in course of erection, so that Craaesford bids fair .to rival (if not to eclipse) its pretty ht£le neighbour, Eden Valley. Pasftng events sometimes occasion a ' talk,v here in the Hills. The 'taHt'' lately iias ieen that the gentle rebuke administered by one' of yo...

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SOUTHERN DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 21 April 1866

SOUTHERN DISTBICT. ' The Moke the Mebbieb. — A new Southern paper has followed close on the appearance of the Argus called the Stan dard', and the South-eastern paper,, the' Harder Watck, is henceforth to appear twice a week. The following are extracts from, the last received number of the Southern. Argus i — Our attention has of late been con stantly called to the fires which from time to time break out in the neighborhood, many of which are attributed to unknown incendiaries. A fire on the property of Mr. Y. B. Hutehinson broke out at naif past 9, p.m. on Friday, the 6th inst. This is the third fire which has occurred on the premises of that gentleman within a short period, great damage having been done on one occasion by the destruction of valuable trees and plants. A large heap of cowdung was found smouldering at a short distance from the house, from which the fire appears to have been com municated to the grass. On Sunday night tha fence of Mrs. Strangways' garden was observed ...

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MUDLA WIRRA DISTRICT COUNCIL. MONDAY, APRIL 16. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 21 April 1866

MODLA WIEEA DISTEICr COUNCIL. Monday, April 16. Present — Messrs. Scown (m the chair), Dingle, Barn field, and Delaney. Ashwell School. — Letter read from Educa tion Board in reply to tbe complaints about the teacher, and Mr. Scown reported having been at the scheol immediately after the in. -quiry majJ^ the Chief Inspector, but as tie Council received 'no intimation of .the inquiry being about to take place, it was resolved, ' That the chairman, with Messrs. Scown and SsrzSdd, should attend at the school on Monday : next, to investigate tbe charges against the master, and that the Board be in vited to send one of the Inspectors on their . behalf.' The Clerk to write to Mr. Morris, requesting him to hand over to the Council any money he may have received for the putting of an addi tional room to tbe teacher' js residence* to be held by the Council for that purpose. Sates.— The Clerk was instructed to proceed immediately with the collection of the rates, and to sue for ail not paid b...

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MISCELLANEOUS EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 21 April 1866

MISCELLANEOUS EXTRACTS, j ^Thela^logd of ^ahonse in the BodeTBid de j AAmWllOflAKr /J WAiaa ' A—n V* 4-nimfii-u Wluininnalj. W t WlilJOp UUMi OH' -Oi. IllB uQlUUluB) ; 73 years of age, had not been seen for two .days, and that no answer was giyen to persons ; who 'Knocked at the door. The comxtassaxy . accordingly went to the house, ^ having effected an entrance into the apartment, found : the occupant Ivinar dead on a -wretched bed. by the side of which stood six braziers which had contained charcoal. The room was in a most, filthy state, and contained scarcely any furniture except a large cupboard, towards which the dead man's face was turned, and in which, on examination, was found a great quantity of valuable securities, besides 15,800 in gold and silver coins. There is every reason to conclude that the old miser, who had long lived in the most penurious manner, had com mitted suicide rather than spend a fraction of his treasure to purchase the necessaries of life. The whole of ...

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