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GAWLER CORPORATION. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 25. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 28 April 1866

[?] [?] jBee&jg to»: ? ??ire^ifttijeqi^ - ' . -. pte?. Mr. Gai^^aBtdki^g: fire to^ tHipleite 'fte ^oaii' ^joining the ' . ^ewSt.'G^rge's Schoolroom on ^onday, . tlre SOfli AprQ, on occasion of a tea 'meeting. ??Grantedf ali «flue ^precautions ioeingtaKen. ? Aletterwas tki3 fipom jflie 'Clerk ot lequesfing ibe -Counciltojoinin the 'purcha5B_-X-f- ^s- -road -roller. -It -was ♦resolved that^thfi Town-Clerk be a-equestedto r&plythat the 'Corporation taring- sundry works in progressofan; uugenfc nature must Seeiiae joining in The following tenders Tor 'making the -'gates and turnstiles for. the newCeme -? .. ^tery were 'Opened . —®rom Mr. Mankey, £24 7lOs^ atid from Mr.^amesWoods, ?? '? - ^ !'.. .. - :?/ V - The tendepof SEr. Barnes Woods -wit8 j saecepted on the motion of Councillo1' A Mold, seeonSed by Councillor ©kla«b. Councillor Mou- moved that the sum ?of(|S5 be 'expended for ' limestone to ?repair the upper portion of Ihe Calton iroad. Seconded by Councillor Loumt ...

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SALISBURY RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 28 April 1866

SALISBUET EACES. These races commenced yesterday on a rather heavy conrse, in Air. Kobert's paddock, aborning Mooine's - HoteL .There was a very fair attendance, and everything passed off satisfactorily. The. first event Was the Maragys. — Of 15 sovs. ' One mile. Weight for age. 'Mr. Harvey's (Tothai) ... 1 Mir. Barnard's EUistea (Stevens) .... 2 EUiston went away from the -jump, . and was cantering in alone, when he bolted closetothe winning-post randlo«fc. the rae& This was the greatest fiuke wo ' - ~ ever%aw. * .. .7 ; . . - _ ' - - -. t h?. ; Tows PnA-i*E.— sovs.- Two m^efc ,--r7 - '? ^ : Heats- J , -' ''7' ?. -- Ifc Scolf's Stiig (ToSuIl) ... ... 1 1-,.. Mfc Edwari^sMac^... 'St % '' : Won easily by Stag 'who Went in fine 7 style. ? - . . . - JTACX5. ./ ' -? - ' - Mr. Harroy^ Minna (Tothifl) ... 1 1 : Three otters started. This, was the- - fastest run race of the day. Tothifl won 'every race aiid rode splendidly. ' '

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DINNER TO PATRICK KELLY, Esq. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 28 April 1866

[?] HaB, in honor of w|»a Is about tp bj^theiEev. -m £hs Irft ih0 Coombs and :Mr. F. F. Tamer.. . . Me. JEL X Tunier, Stipen oocx^pied flie *vk»^hair, sapported by Idir. G. WamBi*, J.P., siid Mr. JVlttiah Martin, JLP. The dinner, 'which in,^ duded^ie tiBuald&licacies, was se/vedingood style, Mr. BuckerfteMj of the Mill Inn, Tjeink '&e«eateMr. The tfbrATRnrMr read apologies from peraraiJ gentlemen, who .were unwillingly prevented from being jtresod. - Unfortunately iUnesy was the prevalent cause of absence. Amv-iig them was iJie fidloffing trom the Manager of the . Gawler branch ot the Soutiti Australian WmiV— - : ~ -' 7, ? -«-South j^xiEtralian Bant, Gawter, _ 186& Bb^. - ? ~.'.r '-? ?'My Dear Turner.— —As'oae of the' Com tnittrr irf mntapfmfnt ^f ^ dinner uid^i#: jsentacfion to be'exven tQ Mr. Kelly, of Evaos ton, in the Oddfellows' Sail, 4jiis evening; -I have, -wiQi e^Mseetcsseli, to intimate to you toat asev«ce eold ana weak throat, prohibit »ijr ot|w«i»i...

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GAWLER INSTITUTE. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 28 April 1866

GAWLER INSTITUTE. j A 'committee meeting 'was held- on i Wednesday, the 25th ApriL [Present— j Mr. iEoberts, Tice-Bresident, (in the] ?chair) ; Messrs. Burton, -Gordon, Fergu- 1 «on, Nott, Bischoff, Iffold, Lewis (Secre tary), ^and XX Fotheriagham {Assistant] Secretary). . The x»«niteK -of last meetmg having ; been read and confirmed, the President reported that, accompanied by the Secretary aud Assistant Secretary, he 1 attended the Ladies' Committee who passed a resolution — -l That the ehwee of a day on whieb to hold a bazafir sbobld.be . decided, by the Institute -Committee.' It was moved fey Mr. Fexgcsox, and 1 seconded by Mr. Thorc? — ' That the day for the sale of goods unsold be filed for the -24th May, 1888.' The motion was carried, and the As sistant Secretary was instructed to advise the Committee of Ladies . of the result. It was proposed fey Dr. Jfoxr— '-That Mr. Roberts' offer tojdeliver a lecture on. the works of Charles Dickens fee accep ted.' Mr Bueto^t seconded the...

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SALISBURY LOCAL COURT. THURSDAY, APRIL 19. [Before Messrs. R. J. Turner, S.M., T. Anbert J.P., and J.S. Turner, J.P.] [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 28 April 1866

SALISBURY LOCAL COURT. ' Tettksday, Ajril 19. } [Brfore Meaers R. J. Tomer, S.M., T, Hubert J^tMdJ.S.TurnekJ^.l U'Bbisn y;liEAso5r.--Jplaim for rait. HJectment. ' Mr. Brady appeared -for 'Daniel -Braiy, farmer, of Mintaxo, dep-fefed that he had ^verbal agreement for a lease of 20 acres, beiig 'part of ^ Section 97, -Dry Creek, commencing 1st January, 1843, for 21 years. The lease was put in. -Abotit the year 1848 or j 1849, Witness granted a lease of the land .which defendant now holds to Peter Dunn at a rental of 5s. per acre for the remainder of me term, im&n paid some refffe. After it changed hands defendant paid the tent. Reason's title is through Dunn. Witness afterwards got the lease renewed and assigned it on the 19th. June, 4833, to plaintiff, telling him defendant was witnesses tenant. - Plaintiff promised not to molest him tall the ^ime was up. The land is worth 10s. an acre or more. Cross-examined by defendant — Did not sell the land to ' Dunn. Sigsod a dociae.es....

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SOUTH AUSTRALIAN RAILWAYS. TIME TABLE. PORT DIVISION.—Week-Day Trains Down. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 5 May 1866

[?] Post Divjsiok.— Week-XHy TralnB. j ? :--r -cr-'iatnm. 1 Adelaide. ... . .departureir-30 ; 9-15 - 11-15 v-to 3-30 &t- ' Bowden ? ? „ ?-34 : »-l9 3119 1*44 ast 0J5 Woodrllle..... „ r42 1 ant USS 1*2 s-42 8-3 -llbeitsa.....: „ A 7'50 iS'35 11*35 2*00 3 '50 5-4 Port, arrival ? { 8-4« 1145 yie 4-oo s-6 Itort......».'dq?arturel8.^0l 10*15 12-45 j 2-30 1*5® #'Uj Alberton.,..- „ »?» 10-M; ?2j|9J«3*U^ WoodviUe.. „ 8*32 t0^2- ^3-StlVr^l^ «i25 Bowdeal j,, 8*40 tfl-35 : V*05| 2^0|4-60 6*35 AaeUtee.... Mriyali8-60i 1045 1'isj 3D0- S-Q01 6*45 Poet Drnios.- Sunday Trains. . noire.' ~ ' ? ? Adelaide. ...... ......departure s*oo 1*30 3-30 6-30 Bowdffli.. ............ „ 9'04 1'34 3*34 6^30 WoodviUe.. ? 9*12 1-42 3-42 .6*40 Alberton.. ...... ...... . 9-20 1-60 3-60 5*50 pAft.. ? ? ? ? arrival. 9-30 2 -00 4-00 6~00 eg . Port ? ? .departure 10-00 2-20 14-30 6'30 .Alberton ? ? ? „ 10-04 3-24 4-34 6-32 WiXMiville ? „ 10-12 2-42 4-42 640 Boa-den...... ? 10-20 3-40 4-50 6-45 Adalaide^.... ? 10 -...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 5 May 1866

HOlaX.O'WAT'S ©HviunSITT AXD Pxirs. — HeABTTAXB Healthy. — The expeiiestoe of thousands, both at home moving- cutaneous eruptions, repairing- ulcerations, and Trfferity fistulas and abscesses. 'Thesehidden evils ?ftequeatty iob life of every comfort, throogh the re- ; iuctaitoe of the sufferer to expose bis infirmity. HoBo way's Ointment superseies snch dreaded pubiicityby placing withinttie reach erf' ail plain instracttNu for coring' themselves, withoni«iy danger, and without the necessity of mentioninfftheir malady to saw- oae. The Ointment andPQls will likewise cure baa legs, scabby rashes, and those blemishes «lwi arise from ti»«&»«f«MwntyMa«f«feer-leI«teri-e*dni£«. Public Notice. TBIB PUBLIC are respectfully in formed that on and after WAY 1st., all I the DRAPERS and GROCERS in Gawler will CLOSE their ESTABLISHMENTS at 6 o'clock every evening (Saturdays excepted). HEJTET B. HUNT; Hon. Sec: On THURSDAY, MAY 10. ON THE PREMISES, NEAR, TEMPLERS. VALUABLE FABM, 507 ACRES. ...

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GAWLER INSTITUTE. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 5 May 1866

GAWLER INSTITUTE. A committee meeting was held on Tuesday. 1st May, when there were j present Mr. Roberts (Vice President), ; Mr. Burton (Treasurer), Dr. Nott, Mr. Ferguson, and the Hon. Secretary and Assistant Secretary. ^ The minutes of the preceding meeting having been read and confirmed. Mr. Ferguson proposed— That the hooks recommended by the Book Com mittee, as per invoice, should be pro cured.' The motion was. seconded by Br. Nott, and. earned. . Dr. Nott proposed — 'That the Insti tute should be open to the public on ?Friday evenings, from 6 o'clock till 10 H o'clock free of charge.' Seconded by. Mr. Fsafiusoy, and carried. J ^ Dr. NoiT proposed— ' That the stage ®^K3^%^eJ^rfeoftheWesfc Adelaide Diamatic^lub, fihould he pur - ehased. The motion wss 'Becohded^ by the Hon. Secretary, Mr. Lewis''4' and carried. k SomB other routine 'husiiiess havicg

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LOCAL COURT CAUSE LIST. TUESDAY, MAY 8. DEFENDED CASES. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 5 May 1866

LOCAL COURT CAUSE LIST, i Tuesday, Mat 8. j .DEFBNJJSD CASES. Wilcox and Another v. Edgecombe. 1 Mankey y. Neal. Flannagan y. Forth. Thursday Mat 15. ?UTfSATISSXEO JtTOQMBXT. Palmer — Voight v. Voight — SudalL DEFENDED CASES. 'Wigley — Fisher v. Kichardson — Budall. Eudall — Coxeil v. Crowder — Lewis, j Police Cocbt. Tuesday, Mat 8. Police v. Quigley Same v. Same. Same v. Same. Enright v. McE wen.

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HISSES FROM THE SEA SERPENT. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 5 May 1866

HISSES FliOM THE SEA SEEPENT, [En r ouie~\ Dear Bunny,— Droll yarn that in last Saturday's Observer — I mean that Bush man's or Bullockdriver s tale . to the ! Benighted (!) Traveller. The worst of it is, it is supposed to be all correct — upon my word the tale-teller must have had in view the rivalling of Mr. Kingsley, of Australian Munchahsenism notoriety, and he has nearlv -gained hi3 point. A friend of mine, one Wombat, de clares, first, that: The man's name was Thomas Donelly, -and not DonnelL Secoad : That the Blueskin was shot at or near Gles's station not far from EiroK Bay, that is between the Bay and the German Flats. Third : That the imme diate cause of the act was not a Lubra, but a white woman who had, or was sup posed to have taken French leave of her liege lord, and assumed another's name. This latter gent being jealous of T. 3X, plaecd the black boy to watch, and being one day at home with the boy on the the boy cried out in the jargon taught him by the white man, 'C...

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BAROSSA. April 30. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 5 May 1866

BAKOSSA. £From our Correspondent:! April. SO. The continued dry weather has been very favourable to the Yinegrowers in the Hills, indeed, if they had it to order, it could not' have suited them better. The crops are nearly all gathered in, and although the quantity is below the average of the last -few years the quantify ... is -considered in. m&ay respects very superior. I am informed bv one Ttrvrsnn VWHr* 'ban liofifi a wnnA ??f ? r — \' * ? 4*u« « iuup maker from Ms youth upwards^ and las had 13 years colonial experience), that; the Wines of 1S66 (when properly ripened by age and the necessary manipulation required during ripening process.), ought to compete with any in the world. { An accident occured last week , at Cranesford, to Mr. .. Howard .Wands borough, through the bolting of his horses, occasioned by the blinkers falling off ihe head of one of them. He was seVej^ly bruised and cut about the body and limbs, but I am happy to say he -is recovering fast, and that no...

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STICKING UP. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 5 May 1866

STICKINGKUP. The novel ^practice— ^as far as South Australia is concerned— of stopping de fenceless individuals with' loaded pistols ari& dilguised fjtels iS spreading like ati epidemic, untu even the little boys in the street have/1 caiigjht the infection. The probability 'appears to be that the thorough impunity wh|ct the robbers have hitherto «ijoyed induces every un principled feHow top laij; to work to j blacken his face, borrow a revolver, and try his luck. in. company with a, few of his fellows at waylaying some solitary and unarmed' individiuil in some spot sufficiently removed from instant aid. Eortunately, as^ far as repulsion of sympathy is concerned, this prevalent mode of robbery dees not include a feature of romance or daring to relieve the villainy of the act itself, and the pal triness of the circumstances by which it hitherto has been attended. In nearly all the cases which have been detailed to the public, the incidents! have been two, three, or more freque...

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ANNIVERSARY SERVICES OF THE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH GAWLER. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 5 May 1866

' i^EiTEnrtC^ OF TEDE j XEESBYTEKIAIirCHirEC^AJWXiER. 1 Tho anniversary of this Church was celebrated ou Sunday and Monday last, on 'tbe former day 'by two services in thej Church, that in the morning inducted ; 'by the Sey. Mr. Gordon, and that in the nflter jMtrfe- si fcy the iiev. Jtfr. ?! ^ of the cele bration ou Monday consisted ^ of a tea j meting in the afteriaoou and a public meeting in t he evening. THE TEA MEETIXG. That very capacious building, the new schoolroom of St. George's, was filled to overfiowing-on Monday afternoon. For tunately, all the candidates for tea -and its accompanying delicacies did not pre sent ' themselves simultaneously, for the room was inconveniently full at the hour announced for the commencement of operations. For a period of about an hour u succession of guests kept ' the seats all occupied ; yet notwithstanding the successive attacks on outposts of chicken 'and tongue, solid squares of cake, lines of bread and butter, phalanxes of tarts, and a ...

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CLARE RACES. FIRST DAY.—Thursday, May 3. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 5 May 1866

CLARERAC^L Fibst Dat. — Tnnrsdav, May 3. The following were the results cf Thursday'* racing: — Maidens — Crusader first, Cossack second. Northern Plate — Tim WMffler £rst, Colonel second. Shorts — Laurel firaL Sultan second. Harfcfi — Stranger first, Alice second. Seoons Dat. ©y telegram, we received last evening th» following results of Friday's racing. Handicap— Cupbearer first, Stag second. Selling Stakes — Sultan first, Cossack second. * ^Sultan disqualified.) Ladies* Purse — Tim Whiffier, (waHkover.) Beaten Stakes — Stag.

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MUDHOLE. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 5 May 1866

MUBHOLE. (From our Eccentric Correspondent.) j The Cnracoa takes her name from one of the West Indian Islands, and in truth she takes the brains from the sober-sided residents of the farinaceous village, not by force of arms either, but by the cour teous demeanor of her officers. Such a jolly lot of smart, active, gentlemanly characters, who are ready to explain all the ramifications of those vile blunder busses (yclept Armstrongs) — or auv other man. But the principal fun was the carica ture of the Irish regiment, which had all officers ,aud no men, presented by the President of the Marine, Board, who with the Harbor Master, was very pro perly ready to .-do the honors. Yes, of course they looked quite ready ; standing on the end of the Semaphore jetty, with four miles of the briny between that and the Commodore, and not a boat to start with, and it would be unpleasant and wgt to -attempt a walk over. It was a discovery when a dingy was seeured, and a crew of picked volunteers pulle...

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Farmers Column. LETTING FARMS AND THE ROTATION OF CROPS. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 5 May 1866

[?] LETTING FARMS AND THE ROTATION | OF CROPS. ;; ; , . . ?; ? ,;?] A correspondent In the Gipps 'Land District, 'Subscriber,' hw-xiddreesed ub Dn a, veiy important subject. . heeays, 'of letting farms of 50Q apieg eadb; new. laad, for nine years, and not wMsihg to have the land exhausted, you wouM much oblige by informing me ihe best ? agu^^dhavi^ rie mainder under artificial grasses.' j - fi Ls adi^cult maiter sometimes to answer such queries as the above satisfactorily, eepe cdally -.as we are kept in ignorance as to whether the land consists qf iieh alluvial flats, a box forest, or sandstcjue ranges with a large propor tion of sand ; but if we inew eyery particular we are afraid we wouldberather radi In recom mending any particular Hshiff or ' rotation' ofcrops,the growing of which would suit both landlord and tenant ; and their interests ought to be identical, taking into consideration at the same time the labor market and the limited J1amanrl-in IYia 'JiefnAl- Iiwm ahw. MAwwAn...

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SOUTH EASTERN DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 5 May 1866

SOUTH EASTERN DISTRICT. ? -The most recent news -from this dis trict is highly favorable. The following are extracts, from the Harder Wqtek, of April 28th: — . The Wheat Yield of the Distbict. — We belieye we will not be fer off the mark if we set down ihe yield of wheat in this district during the past season at 260,000 bushels — or nearly double the yield of last year. The two hundreds will give a return approximating to 220,000 bushels. Exports. — The exports of wheat from Port MacDonnell for the week ending April 7, amounted to 8'72 qrs. ; for the week ending April 14, the exports were 848^rs. The Weatheb, Ac. — We have en joyed during the past week very season able weather. The district ' has been visited with light but welcome showers. We are glad to learn that the health of the district is improving. A New Work. — Many of our readers may from tiice to time have seen in the columns of our contemporary— the Hamilton tyeelatar— contributions bear, ing the signature of ' Mount St...

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GAWLER POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, MAY 1. [Before Mr. James Martin, J.P.] [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 5 May 1866

GAWLES POLICE COUET. J Tuesday, Mat 1. [Before Mr. James Martin, J.P.I Elisa Tiver was charged on the information of Mr. It. J. Turner, S.M., with stealing two studs and other articles. Mr. Turner deposed that the prisoner was in his service last February. Missed several articles. About two days after prisoner left found that two studs 'Had ''been x£k iu. 'Saw1 Mrs. Turner open a small packet from England containing two pairs of studs similar ia general j appearance, but with a slight difference One of each pair was missing. On receipt of information obtained a search-warrant, and the studs and several other articles belonging to witness were found in prisoner's possession. The witness identified the studs as tie fellows to two then produced. The value is about 103. The witness also identified several books and other articles. The prisoner declined asking the witness any question. Mrs. Sophia Turner deposed that prisoner left her service on the 17th February. Before she left missed ...

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Varieties. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 5 May 1866

Darititts. A pn ling as much head as a good many authors, and a great deal more point. Hie horse's coat is the gift of nature, but the very often makes a coat for an ass. Can a man's pocket be empty when he's got something in it? — -Yes, 'when he has a big hole in it. Why is a dog with a broken leg like a boy in arithmetic ? — -Because he puts down three , and carries one. Cupid can get over a snub nose, though it has no bridge, and jumps through a wall-eye like a harlequin. 'John, did you find any eggs in the old hen's nest this morning ? — No, sir, if she laid any, she mislaid them.' A gentleman, questioned by a squinting man concerning his broken leg, replied, ' It is quite crooked — as you see.' Good dinners have a harmonising influence. Few disputes are so large that they cannot be covered by a table-cloth. Dogs of every kind, setters, pointers, bulls, Newfoundlands, mastiffs, and terriers, axe all Ia» doss — when thev are drinking:. A man in battle is not allowed to whistle to...

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ORIGINAL POETRY. MY BETROTHED. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 5 May 1866

ORIGINAL POETRY. TWT 'RKTROTHED She to whom my troth Pve plighted, ? The God .of smiles herfaee hath lighted With radiai.ee glowing, Serenely flowing. Brightly gleaming, And ever teeming „ _ With love so constant and divine. Ye Gods! what treasure shall be mine. Her eyes of ever sparkling blue, Tinted with Heaven's azure hue, Whose piercing dart Fast thro* my heart . Conveys a thrill As she doth will. Transfixing me iu contemplation, .? And wrapt Jin breathless adoration. Her lips of carmine's deepest tint; Whereon some Cupid did imprint, With nectar sweet, ? For meto greet — Oh I foodsst.hltss — A virgin kiss, - When mine they meet a sbecrk eo great . My -whole self to annihilate. Her bosom with ncchar^d devotion. Heaves ever with profojndetEotioD; I ' My erery care . .. She longs to share, * : Asdhsp^mas, . ^ i ; To doubly Wee*. When she i* mine — transcendc pteasore I lEae own, my oaly ' ' BCBTIPPO. Gawler, May 3, 1365. 7fi

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