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RELIEF OF DESTITUTION. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 21 April 1866

BELIEF OF DESTITUTION. These was an antiquated idea preva lent in tie old country and tke olden time that hospitals were designed for^the benefit of the siek and maimed — lunatic asylums for the insane — and destitute asylums for the reception and relief of persQBis unable from age, disease, or : t&her causes to procure a livelihood for themselves. The latter part of this anti quated belief appears to be exploded — at least in South Australia. The case of the aged female whose death was caused a week or two ago by falling over the bank of the River Torrens, taken as an isolated instance, would] give persons at a distance an impression^ that the inhabitants of this colony are not only semi-barbarous, but persons destitute of the common feelings of ; humanity. We gather our views simply from the evidence elicited at the inquest , and those are the facts whereon they are founded : — A woman muned Frances Durbridge, aged from eighty-five to nicety years, was found wandering she ...

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LOCAL COURT CAUSE LIST TUESDAY, APRIL 24. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 21 April 1866

LOCAL COURT CAUSE LIST Tuesday. April 24. Boediger v. MentzeL Popham t. Yates. Police Cottkt. Hines v. Campbell (assault). Hines v. Campbell (wages).

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 21 April 1866

Houowat's PiLiiS. — Wise Precaution. — The unwholesome vapours and frequent «hiiin derange the economy to an immense extent, and permanently undermine the health, unless every now and then the blood be purified* the secretions rectified, and the nerves restrung. Hollo way's Pills perform these several necessary offices with certainty, safety, and ex pedition. Old and young, robust and feeble, male and female, will find these fills an un failing domestic remedy; not only in slight sicknesses, but also in the more serious and dangerous diseases which spring from neglect of early symptoms. Yet, under -the purifying and correcting influenoe of Holloway's inesti mable medicine, the appetite improves* the digestion gains strength, the liver acts freely, the kidneys secrete abundantly, and L irith is triumphant. DISTEICT OF MTJDLA WIBBA. TEND EES. TENDERS are invited up to 2 o'clock on MONDAY, 30th April instant, for the following WORKS — 1. Clearing Boad through Wattle Flat, from Sparshot...

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ADELAIDE RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 21 April 1866

j ADELAIDE RACES. - | Tlia AiilwfaiB Meefinpf nf tlifi S«nf)i lian Jockey Onb -oommenced on Wednesday, ' j the 18th Inst. President, Sir J. H. Fisher; -- Stewards, The Hon. J. Morphetfc, Hon.' J. Baker, Messrs- Philip Levi, and J. QilbWt; Judge, Mr. J„ Chambers; Starter, Mr. G. . Bennett; Hon. Sec., Mr. E. 1L Bagot. j The weather was all that conldbe desired ? the sports unusually atfaadavR, and, ok «. sequence, the criazensfrom His Exoelleiwy, the Governor, down to journeymen and. appren tices, turned eat in'TOry Jaxge numbexs. Mr, ' r Aldridge, as caterer, exceeded himself; -- Schrader' e band played indefatigably, and 'aJl went merry as a marriage hall ' The following is a brief account of the races which took place on the first day— FtBST Haiden Plate, of 50 sovs. For horses tiiat - - have never won, except Unrdl^ ftnd , Entrance, 6 sovs. . One milo. Mr. P. Francis's b f 3 jtb. (Stevens) ? - ? ... j Mr. H. B. Hughes's *b c Crusader, 2 vis.' : (TunstaJl) ... ... . g Mr. -1. Benne...

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GAWLER POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, APRIL 17. [Before Mr. R.J. Turner, S.M.] [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 21 April 1866

GAWLERPOLICE COURT. Tuksdat, Aran, 17. J [Before Mr. B. J. Turner, S.M.] Uttsswurbi t. Stajffokd. — Assault case; Defendant not appearing the case was heard ex pa rfe. j Paul Busswurm, examined by Mr. Ttnda.ll, stated that he was a storekeeper. On the | evening of the 25th March saw defendant in ? the bar of the Commercial Hotel. Some con- j versation took place respecting raeing. I-e- j fendant said he had a poney that would eon j against plaintiff* s. Stafford said he would bet JE10. Witness suggested JB20. Stafford then struck witness on the face, and broke the of his nose. A warrant was issued against the defendant. Kennedy v. Kennedy. — Assault. Settled: beinreen-parties on payment of costs. Hutchinson v. Mabtin. — Edward - Martin was charged/on the information of Thomas Hutchinson, -nith illegally storing hay in a building neither roofed with slates, tiles, ! metal, or other non-combustible m«.f.aw*T1 the | said hay being more in quantity than one j hundredweight, and the said...

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SOUTH AUSTRALIAN RAILWAY. NORTH LINE. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 21 April 1866

SOUTH ATTKTRAT.t*yf SAELWAY: ? NOETH QBE. I Adelaide ..i.....»........lWBrture 8.00 11.45 1 4.34 Korth Adelaide.... ? ' 8.04 11.49 4,30 Dry Creek....... ? « 8.20 — 4.65 SaBsbuiy.. ' 8.35 12.20 6.0 amtthflwd ................ ' s.50 ms *20 Gawler Town ? ? ? Arrival... e.10 12.55 6.46 Gawler Town . ? ? Departure e.30 — . -s£o Boseworfliy ... S.45 — - : i -«;i5 r' . ?, juAs- .lur? ^weiing^. ? ? ~ *.3® — e.«g Kaseworthy .............. ' g.48 _ - 5,1' Gawler To^-u. ? ? ? ? Arrival. . . ».«5 — 6.3s Gawler Town ? ..... ? Departure ».« 1.30 8.4s Sndthfield... ? ? ' &30 1.4s 6.0° Ballslniiy ? ? « 9.45 2.00 6.1® Diy Creek ? ? ' 10.00 — «.3® Korth Adelaide........... « 10.16 2.31 6.45 Adelaide............ ? Arrival... 10.25 2.40 6^5

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CLARE RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 21 April 1866

CIiARE RACES. The following horses have beesa entered ft* the Oare Baoesi— Maiden Hate — ^Mr. Lowe's Spring Buck, Mr. Davies's CoesaA. Mr - Mr. Hughe's Crusader. Northern : Plate — Mr. Adcock's TKm WhiSer, Mr. Lowe's Cupbearer, Mr. Scofcfs Stag, Mr. EdsonV ColoneL Shorts— Mr. Adcock's Laurd. Mr. Bowe's Tivid, Mr. King's Sultan, Mr. Fr c mann's LMrenjso, Mr. Edson's EeKpee. Hand cap — Mr. Bagot's Cowr% Mr. Low's Cupbearer* Mr. Hughe's Crusader, Mr. Adcock's Fisher, Mr. Byan's Top^y, Mr. Bowe's Chad^y O'Maflsy, Mr. Scott's Stag-. Sellii^ Stakee— Mr. Freeman's Lorenzo (JB35), Mr. Edsoos (jgSO), Mr- Davie's Cowa^ ^825^ Mb King'aSultaa (£S&).

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

[?] [?] has put the farmers in somewhaitbetter hopes as to being able to dislodge that traitor, . the wild, oat 3^ rr^ v/dl gently all Friday oaight, and pene&ated the earth about two inches, faroly .&ufiL- -»ent to make the grass .spring ; But the arable land being rather loose, and tfae' rubbish and fallen wheat germinating ninrfl fiaailv. the nmsnnei; rif a nmfi table ' wheat crop is rather promising. The present wheat market having gradually declined it is doubtful whether the' farmers have not told the honest truth at different times about the shortness of' their erops, while they have been taunted by the more affluent and lucky portion of the community that they have over stood the market* when at the same time they have more for it. Are the farmers a class that 'deserve sueh jeering for congratulation ? A little help is worth a good deal of pity, particularly when the . droughty teeason is telling its own tale to them, by causing the falling off in the -export...

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Farmers' Column. THE CULTIVATION OF GRASSES. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 21 April 1866

T ? — ? ? ? .farmers* Gkolumtt. ; THE CULTIVATION OF GRASSES. J - The season has againjfeturned during which those parlies who . axe wishing to extend the breadthof land occupied by JSnglish -grasses may dosoj and there is no doubtfent thafca muoh larger extent ' of ;^^und- will JW ? JiLd down this year than was : ew». done ; before in ; Victoria, not onto by those -ho ' have proved the superior feeding and fattening qualities of foreign gxass^ but by those whohaye 'hitherto placed dependenoeupon indigenous plants, and have the last two years been lamentably deceived. The question now with many is, which are -the best grasses for cultivation. Some prefer prairie. It stands the drought well, fend ninemonths in the ; year, at least, has a*' big bite ' always ready. Lucerne has its favorites, as it also is proof against severe drought, and when well establishedis as per manent and .productive aiodder-plant as any on the list., Perennial rye-grass and Italian are both also high an favor...

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TALK OF THE WAGS. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 21 April 1866

VAT3C OP THB WAG8. ' rv ' '. v-, i The talklfaf the wags) is thatColonel Mayo's -asii^^ti^ ^ncampmeutis as spirit-stLtring as the *ound ofa war-trumpeton tbe «ve -«f battle-, that the description of the march 44 throughthemoonlit forest*' has siudb -the effect of pe of Mjacaulay*8 martial lyrics ; that why the teats 4m so bright & aught shouldbe 'pitted,' as if appre- * hensive of rain, is not dearly apparent ; that the style of the sanative strongly Lk reminds the vender of poor Colonel Gur ^ wood's despatches of the Duke of Wel lington ; -that the following short speci men will, verify the assertion . — 'The dinner-bugles sounded— for the British soldier hates an empty stomach — the guards were set at 8 o'clock, and at 10 the fires were out and all was Bilent' The farther' talk is that as the narrative , proceeds it: ^oes far beyond Caesar or Wellington ; that neither of those indi viduals, nor the ' little Corsiean,' ever .aimed at anything sopoetic; that the description ...

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SOUTH EASTERN DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 21 April 1866

SOUTH EASTERN DISTBICT. The following are among the latest items of news, contained in the Border Watch. By the later quotations it will be seen that the South Eastern District has net escaped the general prevalence of disease. The wheat exported from Port Mac Donnell for the week ending 31st March amounted to 1275 quarters. The total exports of the colony were 2,542 qrs. Mr. K E. Maisey held a sale of ,a. lot of verv superior unbroken draught stock brought in from the stud of George Glen £Esq., Mayura, on Thursday last. There was a large attendance of buyers, and the prices realised were most satis factory. About twenty were sold at from £15 to £20 per head. We regret to have to chronicle a very lamentable accident whieh happened to a little girl, the daughter of Mr. Niel McArthur, farmer, on Tuesday last. She was out in the field where they were engaged in burning stubble, and by some mishap her dress caught fire. Before , it could be extinguished she was buried 'in a frightful ma...

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

ifeicfes. Lost, the buttons from a coat of paint. A good guess at a tailor's name. Mr. So and-So. Why is the letter D like a sailor ? Because it follows the C. , _ Why are some fortunes like ships P Because they are built on stocks. What did the feather, when it first sprouted, Bay to the duck ? I'm down on you this time. Boring fob Waves — ' If you please, sir, the man's called again for the water-rate [' When has a man four hands? When he doubles his fists. What is that which ties two persons and only touches one ? — A wedding-ring. Why is a dog biting its own t^l like a good manager ? — Because he makes both ends meet . Some wit has announced, as the latest tele gram from Home, that the Pope's bull had got the rinderpest. A son of Erin cautions the public against harboring or trusting his wife Peggy on his account, as he is not married to her. When may the sea be compared to a laun dress washing summer trousers at a tub? When.it makes clean breaches over a vessel. A Frenchman, an...

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GAWLER LOCAL COURT. TUESDAY, APRIL 17. [Before Mr. R. J. Turner, S.M. UNSATISFIED JUDGEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 21 April 1866

GAWLER LOCAL COURT. Tuesdat, Apeel 17. [Before Mr. B. J. Turner, SJSL] UNSATISFIED JUDGMENTS. WrLcox T. BtatsDSK.— For M 6s. 7-L, debt and costs'. | Mr. Lewis appeared for plaintiff. Order for Ss. a week, payments to commence in a fortnight. j Wilcox v. SrvKovrrcH. — For JB9 9s. Mr. Lewis for plaintiff. Order made for 10s. a week. I DEFENDED Bokdigeb v. Menteel. — Mr. Turner for plaintiff^ Mr. Kudall for defendant. Defendant not appearing the case was apjourned.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 21 April 1866

SOUTH AUSTRALIA Volunteer Military Force. THE First Gawler Rifle tympany ▼ill A8SEMBT»fi fug £xoam-m to Meu of-War, at 8*30 »«, anSATJJ.EDAY- the Slat, at GAW1EE ABMS. All men to bein uniform — blue browsers, waist belts^TOoapoovors, no riflee,»o bayonets, ,- cv .?'. i^pas^ljyBwhr^&ewandbacik. - ^^^CAPTAINMAilTIN, THE FAREWELL DINNEB, jam PEBSENTATION OF PLATE, TO P. KELLY, 35s«., of 3$va»ston, is unavoidably POSTPONED until Tues day, April 24, when lie will be entertained at a iirst-class affair at the Oddfellows* Hall, Gawler. This is as it shoald be, and shows ihe spirit of Gawler audits vicinity. t^Mr. Kelly has been long known as avery spirited importer and breeder of draught stock, and his spmt andenterprisewiltbe suitably recognised The plate will be presented by the Eev Father O'Connor, as a further proof of the esteem la w&ieh'he is heldbytbat body of which he has always been a stauoh and sealous supporter. Gawler Parliamentary Debating Club. MEMBEE S^are in...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 21 April 1866

^toam SteHwime. TABLE to 27th dBBMfikl apbil. -- — ^3ib Steoxnshins . , t ALDINGA w COOR0NG -T J'»cu* jtaHMBBa. Faom MxwaouxN*. Aiding* «rT April 8 1 Coorongon April 3 CooroBg ' * '7 Aldinga ** ? :' ' -Jtt9i#gah ' * J8 *V-r''^ * *?- 18 : ^JwiODE ^ i ' -17' A^inpt * . ?** .17. &tctingft ** ** „ S3 Coerang ^ * JS COOWBB tt ^ * 27 * *-M ' _ 87 The above Steamers «ariry passengers *nd Ce^go, ? 58 J. DARWENT, Gwige&gbteet. MARTIN & LOUTIT, PiicBiux Foundry, Gawler. ~ ENGINEERS, MACHINISTS, fl» MILLWRIGHTS, XmCHBUILDEBS, AgiUiiltiijna^Qment Makers, [SsTjiBjasBaED I8&8.3 Machine andGeneral Implement 'Manufactory, MURRAY STREET, GJlWLER . ? fOH!J IO ITSS, / ; j. , 3^CHTKiCTy ^^^3«,g'[» WMJskuwaaMGC, ro-i, ; TYEGS to thank his numerous customers l) f ©r pastf avors, and wrhe newderotes t Jos ?whole attention to the above Establishment, v {havingreEnqnished Ms General Stwes) Jw is v fitepared to eseeute «paersfor REAPINGAND WINNOWING MACHINES, 'WAGONS, DRAYS, S...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 21 April 1866

MARRIAGE. DONALDSON — KUSSELL. — On the 19fch instant, at tbe residence of the bride's faflier, Oakbank, near Gawler, by 'the Uev. J. Gordon, Ebenezer Donaldson, yonngtst son of Mr. J. Donaldson, Homefield, Port Gawler, 'to Eliza beth, daughter of Mr. W. H. Kussall. ®|t' » GAWLEB: SATURDAY, APE1L 21, 1866.

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THE GAWLER MARKETS. Bunyip Office, Friday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 21 April 1866

THE GAWLER MAKKETS. Bwxyip Office, Friday Evening. J Wheat is now worth 5s. 6d. I rns is lower than our last report by 2d per bushel. We have still to report heavy arrivals in Melbourne and Sydney duriag the last week, sad entire cessation of orders for Wheat and Flour from heTe as our prices arc considerably above this. Wheat being sold at 5s. Sd. in Sydney for good California. Our market has a better tone of feeling at .present than for the past few days, still speculators do not show any disposition to operate heavily, so that transactions are confined to t&e traae. Bran and Pollard Is. 8d. to is. 10d., scarce. Oats and Barley, no demand. Fowls* corn, 4s. 6d., per bushel of 60 lbs. Hay, good Wheatea, £6, Oaten, .£5 to £5 10s. TSread, 2lb loaf, 5d. Mxat. Mutton, hind-quarters, Sd. J-er lb.; fore quarters, 'd. Beef, 6d. to. 9d. pW.lb. Veal, 7d. to 9d. par lb. Pork, 9d. to 10 per lb. Vegetables. Trombones, is. to 2s. each. Cabbages, 6d. to 9d. each. Turnips, 5d. per bunch. ;...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 28 April 1866

On Tuesday, May 1, at 1 o'clock. TI7 N. WAUCHO^B has received Via instructions from Mr. Barr to sell by ] auction, ^ the premises, four miles north of Templers, and four miles west of Freeling — ' His VALUABLE FARM, consisting of Sections 184, 185, and 186, containing in all ; about 300 Acres first-class Agricultural Land. also, ; Working Bullociks.-: Reaping Machine, -jPrays Household Furnifcm-e, ic., 4c. Terms and jarticnlaxs at tune of sale. Refreshments provided. - Monday, April 30t at 1 o'clock. j AT TAKTJKDA. HEAVY DBATJGHT HORSES. CYOST BERTOUCH will sell at the . Tannnda Yards, by order of Messrs. Durham & Stevens — 25 Heavy DRAUGHT TASMANIAN MARES and GELDINGS. The Auctioneer begs to call special attention to the above lot of young and stanch Horses, unsurpassed by any yet imported. Approved three month's bills for sums over £30. , DISTRICT OE MXJDLA 'WjfBfiA, LENDERS. TENDERS are invited Jip to 2 o'clock on MONDAY, 30th April instant, for the following WORKS— 1. Cl...

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SOUTH AUSTRALIAN RAILWAYS. TIME TABLE. PORT DIVISION.—Week-Day Trains. DOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 28 April 1866

[?] Port Divibiok.— Week-IHy JTr^ns. Adelaide. .... .ibMituiet^d 8 'is i'il'15, WH 3®; .6 Oi Bowmen....... J 7 -3* 919 11-19 144 3-34J6.j5: Woodviilc.,... »-%2 , a-« n-2T 1-S2 a-4215-3 Albortaa...... „ 7-50 J 935 H-S5 2'--0 3'60| W arrival- ? ? a-ao 1 3^5 jll'^5 la'iQj *~00l S~5 Sort. deputiue{S40i '**o *-iA , « S8 Sa 8&\W itowden .... ^ v j^(W /io^, *'** «'35 Adtaaide^ . . Kmv-l'lj-50 fatiB j, jHH| frii ^oar'l^xvMos.— Siin^yTtains. : . .-v ,;'/Vi-wfS;- ... -y-- AdeUlde..:..........d^-artuMj S«n ,1^30.13-30 15-30 Itowrdm . ...... l:. ...... - „ I --U 1 1*34 J 3-3* I s-an , Woodyille...-......^. : n j i u l 1*4S ] 3-421 SHO Albemm. ............ „ j s*s0 ri«o j a-so { eso r»rt ? ? ? arrival. ' no I S-00 ] 4 -00 | 6 -co ; BP. Portj..... — ......... departme 10-00 i 2-20 i 4-38; e^a Albeilon ... ? ? n ' 10-04 ' 2'£4 J 4-34} 6-32 WoodtiBe ? ? ? „ 10*12 } 3-43 ] 4*4 2 1 6'40 Itowdc-n. ............. lo-ao l 2-40 ]-4'5S| C-45 AiioUide........ 10'30 l a-so j$^o| 7-00 ? KOKTH JLIKS. ~...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 28 April 1866

Hoixowav's Oikt*ent atcd Pma-HsAm «m HeALt:iv. — The at Uowc assd abroad, bas stoTply demonstrated the power pos sessed. by tfcoee basSi^ aiid paHJy tag retaedfe-s or rc njoriag etttaneoiss empticais, repairing' ulcerations, aad reiieviajr fistulas and aJjsoggses. These Itiddea evils fitfqaeitljy rob life of evety comfort, through tfes re htetoice ofthesuSere^to expose hfe iJt&Biity. KoMo way's tastaaewt supersedex ssc& tireaoEed, publicity by placing eithiB the reaeU of aJl plaia Ssstruettous for curing tfeeavselves, witb-oat aay da3j^er, anft withoat tise eeccssiiy of laaitacsciM? iceir mfianly to aay oae.. file asd. tfiis urili liiewise- c«re bad lege, scab Jbw tssfees, aad thees blaaMics Trtacfe arise fr»ai tfee ftbiae of zasrwuTr sad ofotiier (Metaiiou» iira^s.

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