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GAWLER LOCAL COURT. TUESDAY, MAY 1. [Before Mr. R. I. Turner, S.M.] [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 5 May 1866

GAWLEE LOCAL t^UBT. 1 'Tuksdat, Mat 1. ^Before Mr. E.J.Turner, S.M.] CJiABKE V, TBKNQKOV3S. ? iTor JS5 48, OCU, goods supplied. , ' ' An order vras made for 3-1 at once, and 15s. per week -afterwards. ?* '' *: ' Wine Licence. — -A. licence was applied for by Johann Iaehne for ihe sale of wine:on the premises in Kelly's new buildings, Murray-' street, Gawler. On the application of Mr. Turner the con- ' sideratioa of the matter was deferred. Wilcox v. Edgecombe. — This case was adjourned till next Tuesday, on the apolica t'oa of Mr. fiudall, Mr. Lswis assenting ? tl ? other party. -Pinches v. Barker.— For -617 8s. 9d, for cutting wood, &c. Mr. Budall for plaintiff, Mr. Turner for-, defendant. Benjamin Pinches said he was an ostler.: 'Worked for the defendant, W. Barker, cutting wood. Cut 42 loads. The wood was carted by Wm. Barker. Barker did not produoe the cart-notes, but sometimes told witness the weights of the wood. .Estimated the weight at 2$ tons per load. 'Kedt account...

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Poet's Corner. THE MARRIED MAN. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 5 May 1866

[?] THE* MAEEIED MAK. sro AMMiae and no home, but : a bed-eoolding Ahl who would not pity aznarzied man's life? : He is sometaxnes),Tie eats and he But there's no one to care what lie buBbts or AinVa. t One woman he speais to, but all ehe can eay .^.; Ib *' Don't bother me, but gel out of the 'way.' On a Monday pame sUght variafcon is made, r ; 'When the housefese^ng money has got tobe% judcL' ? 1 Hurrah fbr tJie man 1A0 is void of a 'dear,' 'With no wb ip nag Km land put him in fear \Rth none thal: ^ wouia mourn while he iung tomb, . SVar &ar, aiher all, he'd stilldark^ihis room. W1& no wish to live (like adogor acat) — IThaib badieltir ever would wish to do that ? &K icf-ll -migV»t, ha jump in jaa xathomless seas, Or be ti«i up for life in a Gatdi^l of fleas. * Pd as lief be a gaby or squeaking rag doll As fondle a tongue-banging Sail or a Poll ; From such heavenly blessings let me he alone, AiiVi mii Bome good spirits to cheer up my own. ' ~ (Hi* the cords...

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TALK OF THE WAGES. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 5 May 1866

- of IsraftHL ? lEhe t®3k (cf the wags) iaihfct the exclu jjsiveness of the dJritwsh Commodore in ? Ms parting invitations has nipped lie would be ^staess families; ? a tr«m Com- dvine1 Ihim no tueker. . is-considered especially monstrous, and that hi* exclu 1 somewhatun-J^lwifeeling. Tfcetalk isthat mncethedepartureof - the war-steamers young ladies of Ade laide of 14years ofage and upwards, liavo often boen heardby mammas hum mingthenurisery ditty, ' Bobby Shafto's - gonetosea,' some ofthemaudibly, after . the following fashiqn :— ». Bobby SMo'efooe to eea tresa he begged irom ioe; He'U oome back — perhaps I — *»«y be! Pretty Bobbj Shafto. ? ? ,. Thetalkisthatfew personswillagree -with the Express when, in answer to a correspondent, it assertstbat discrimina tion between -the etiuke issuing from Mr, Tomkiu^uVi^idene«-a»d tho fish carta plying opposite the Exchange . Hotel are matters of i-asie.; that while the fish may be tasted the smells cannot possibly be; that this confusion o...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 5 May 1866

fimNarimd-lik BMant ? 3t„ ? -*»«waanG owo Bror), _ street, sawler. STBAM SSW Una, IN BIGH'STEEET. # *'X ^ Excellent Steele of BALTIC' i.^0L ^EAI^O®0BGCHKI2IS1^ GALVANIZED IRON,®* all qualities for Hoofing, and GtdvanijBedlron GUTTERING. Half round ^OG,of all «s6^J)ow» Piping s£gs^i*i Fencing Wire of *dltdsfc8,and b««&$aality- All orderseiecuted on the shortestnotice. flMBEIf akd IRON MERCHANT ? ' ^ADJOINING OLD Eros') HURRAY STESia^ '?? ? -: f MURRAY ^TSBBU, OA^WIiEE (aejoining oi® spot). VfONE-Y TO LEND in large or small jjj. sums for any length of period , : LAND SOU GHT at Government Sales, and MONEY ADVANCED for purchase of same. SECTIONS taken up and Leased. Transactions under Torrens's Act at low and Jlxedprices./ ' ' ? PURCHASE sad SAI»E of I&8D .and ^XEMSieigwiftted. lA-ANS33fifeeted on Mortgage or Deposit of Deeds under Real Property Act or otherwise. LOANS Negociated MONEY INVESTED. E. D.'s many years* Banting experience and intimate acquaintance with sill ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 5 May 1866

T&$m *& && jft^wL « « J9 j Aldinga * ' 28 hiding* ** ~ ^iGogroufe* ' fi ssg*--^ sfaf At «ar ? martini iporo Phoenix fwadiy« Gawler. ENGINEERS, MACHINISTS, jnawiGam -5Qac® builders, j Agricultural Implement Makers, i &c- [EsTA^SXJBDISSS.] MURBAY STREET, -GAWLEB -? ? -.. ;V o h n. - ???? ?' MAcrrmisy,^BxAcy8-Btra, ^aawrasaw, ktc., B33GS1&#ai^ . for jwjst. favors; a»d as he now^ devotes ^his **&QteattentioBtb th6 aS-oveEstablishment, ? (having relinquished his -ieneral Stare,) lie is pr^pa«4 % ^Bee«ite ordersfor . REAPING AND WINNOWING MACHINES, WAGONS, DRAYS, SPRING CARTS, SEW- , ? &o, s --nthe^©rte^»otieeando!f thebest materials , - ' 4»d Workmanship. E-Reaph^»d Winnowing Machines of every «onstrtieti«a made. to order. Second-hand Reaping Machines for Sale or .Hue. . T ..: L WILL ASTON AG RICULTURAX IM PLEMENT MANUFACTORY, JAMES WOODS, MACHINIST, BLACKSMITH, WHEEL WRIGHT, &c. BEOS to Inform the Farmers around Gaw...

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THE PRICE OF BREAD. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 5 May 1866

THE PRICE OF BREAD. The subject indicated by the foregoing beading, if it is not one which 'ap- peals to every man's bosom,' at least concerns bis stomach and bis pocket. Bread is the chief requisite of a house hold; and its consumption in families is greater per head in proportion to the numbers constituting those families than that of meat. The price of bread, there fore, is one of the most important con sideration for persons of limited incomes ; yet the heads of families here apfear to attach-very little importance tp the- price j of m, loaf, «. satisfactory indication that ^ the probability- of destitution is ' very remote from such families ; but however satisfactory the fact may be, observed from that peculiar point of view, theetere otyped invariability in the price of baker's bread, which has obtained for months : past, -while the 'corn market has been continually falling, is a matter which can scarcely be gratifying to consumers. Iii fact, it is an anomalous and perplexing...

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THE GAWLER MARKETS. Bunyip Office, Friday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 5 May 1866

THE GAWLER MARKETS. ?& ' ————— ? j Q0k&, Fi id»y Evening, j This week we have to report on even a duller ' market than last week. There has been a goad deal of wheat ofTering at 6s. 6d. in Adelaide, bat millets refuse to buy, aud wiil not give more than as 'the price of Flow wiil not P^mit cf a higher price being given. There are no export orders for Wheat orFleur. Wheal «|td Fiour still continue to arrive Sn larger quantitiea from CfsiU and Califcrnia in bo^i Melbourne and Sydney, completely glattiag both ? There is bui little Wheat cocaiirg iotc^|G«wter, the farmere seem dctenjaiusd to bold. , * Brtn and Pollard,ls. sd. to la. ild.;«5*r«S';:S 3%-wls* corn, 4s. 6d, per hnshcl of co Iba.? ] Hay^ good Wheaten, JB6 IOb,, Oaten, yE&'lO*. Bread, 2lb loaf. 5d. - . . -^4|WaRi'5^ Mutton, hind-t[uarter8, 8d. per Ib. j, lore Beef,^i. to. 9d. per lb. Veal, 7d. to 9d. per lb. ? , - . . Pork, 93. to 10 fterlh. i . i' ... ^ VgQ£TM33i£8. .. ' - «? TYomboues, Is. to 2». eac...

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Haricties. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 12 May 1866

©arictifs. The beel wards of a latch-key — Home-ward ; 'What part of speech Is kissing ? — A con junction. Epitaph on & portrait painter. — Taken from life. How to make money. — Get a situation in the Mint. The man who was ' filled with emotion,' hadn't room for his dinner. - 'What is the lightest ship that maw ever em 3 ? i ? 1 n. ? iwikcu iu r— -wunrdiu^« Why is a tournament like sleep ? — Because it is a ' knightly' occupation. The hare is one of the most timid of animals? yet it always dies game. - A horrible bachelor wants to know if ladies in corsets uioaa sfaui women. A lazy fellow, lying* down on the gras3 said. **Oh! how I do wish that this was called work, and was well paid.' Why does the eye resemble a schoolmaster in the act of flogging? — li has a pupil under the lash. Why is a bad shot like an amusing fellow ? — Because he is the boy to keep the game alivz. The reason why the gamecock keejis his feathers so smooth is that he never goes any where without taking ...

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[?]ort's corner. JULIA'S ADVICE. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 12 May 1866

[?] [?] P-ou't sicrape nor kick the wail, _ ' I'll not got out at nil- ~* , But when you come to sec mc, jnst i-o as i «iitl before ; -3o rotir.J acd vp tlie yard, jcu must, . And gently knock ilie -floor. _ ril always bo there, dear, to meet Ton, if.yoa«ill l»ut rom«, And 'twill be bettorihun tho street, - To .sit and talk at home. For father often says lilio this : (And eeema much put about,) . *' Well, Julia,' or he'll say, ' Wdl. Misa, : '' WhU takes you eo much out ? ' .. - . Vm sure I don't know what to do—: : Or Say — I don't at all; for 'twould not do to say 'twas you That came and kicked the 'wall ? TThenoVr you wantedme to see, Or wished to takea wiilfc; So I must hang toy head, while ho Doth blow no upvrith talk. So when you come to Kee me, dear, Don't scrape nor kick tho wall, ;; For if he finds you out, I fear TU not get out at all. But when you come to see ne, just :: /3-o aa I said botorei \ Go round and up the yard, you most, : And gently k nock the door. — J.twfro'i...

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RIGHTS OF BRITISH SUBJECTS. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 12 May 1866

RIGHTS OF BRITISH SUBJECTS.' Mr. Editoh — I see by late news from home that several Frenchmen havo taken to hanging themselves. Now I protest against this as an infringement of tho rights and liberties of British subjects. The entente corJiale is nil very well, but T can sco no reason why Frenchmen should bo allowed to usurp cur national ways and custom?. It is well known that from time immemorial. I may say (for I can not rfir-«TnV;r ho-*- long), it has b«en the almost invariable of the inhabitants. of tho United Kingdom, when voluntarily leaving life, to take their final departure at the end of a cord, and bo strong !b t heir prejudice in favor of tins mode ? of exit that even. for those who reluctantly leave this sublunary abode for the good of their country, a public officer has been provided at the States' expense, whose insignia of ofSee is a rope's end, with a running noose, with which ho ' ketches' ihe departing, and kindly suspends them in the manner their ancestors have al...

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THE PUBLIC HEALTH. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 12 May 1866

THE PUBLIC HEALTH. Peesoxal health is the most important matter in connection with individuals,! and the conservation of health among growing communities should occupy a large portion of tho attention of those to whom the welfare of *ueh communi ties has been entrusted. During the last few mouths there lias been an unusual prevalence of disease through out the colony ; it has assailed the young, and the old, the strong, and tho leeble ; penetrating alike into tho stone mansion i and the log hut. The characteristics of j the disease, too, aro exactly those wliicli may be modiiied or aggravated by circum- i stances; — ameliorated by care and cleanliness, or rendered destructive by recklessness and dirt. The universality of the long prevailing epidemic, its existence alike on high lands and on low lands, in town and in country, are facts which lead to the inference that in this instance it has not been engendered by local circumstances. Nevertheless, circumstances which have a tendency...

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GAWLER CORPORATION. WEDNESDAY, MAY 9. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 12 May 1866

GAWLER CORPORATION. Wedsesdw. Mvt 9. Present-— His Worship the Mayor. Council lors Clement, Young, Mold, Deland, Finch, and Loutit. The minutes of the preceding meeting were read and confirmed. A letter was read from Mr. Wm. Wade, call ing attention to holes near applicant's gateway, aud requesting that the gully might be filled up so na to admit entrance of a cart. Councillor Delano moved, and Councillor - Yocng seconded the motion that Mr. Ward's letter be received. A letter from Me-srs Encelbricht & Co., -per Jas. Lawrence, was read requesting to be i-er- aiitted to make a drain to carry surplus water into Murray-street. It was proposed by Councillor Dsland that the request of Messrs. E igelbcicht& Co. to fo m a drain be granted, the same 10 be u-»-ler the superintendence of the Public Works Com mittee, and to be used on'y for surface drainage Seconded by Councillor Fitch, aud carrL-d. A circular from the Chief S ?cretary was rv.td informing the Corporation th.it ...

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TALK OF THE WAGS. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 12 May 1866

TALK OF THE WAGS. The talk (of the wags) is that the footpad question is assuming new aspects ; that the robbers are growing bolder, having mustered courage enough to break tho heads of defenceless people from whom they cannot cxtract plunder ; that Gawler, according to an Adelaide paper, although the townsmen havo hearl nothing of the matter, has originated a plan of riding down solitary suspected robbers with a war-chariot ; that in the instance cited the moleskin-trousered pedestrian appears to havo been the party stuck up ; that if the ' something' in his hand, supposed to be a revolver, were really th-ifc deadly weapon with many barrels, the astonished fellow in tho light coat at lea^t omitted to pop *««. Tlio tVivllirvi. tnllr i-i tliflt, +4io nnlitiA hilVA at length done something in the matter ; that although they have not taken any one of the parties who did stick up, they have suceeded in securing two tvho didn't. The talk is that the painter, who through a misapprehension...

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TEATREE GULLY LOCAL COURT. WEDNESDAY, MAY 2. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 12 May 1866

THATEEK tlTLLY LOCAL COURT. .WtuNrsDW, May 2. There were -o i #ws for hearing. 'VVilliauj Kerr - f Bunk Vineyard, near Tca I tjye Gully, appti*'l for a wino li» cro under the ^et, lii-.Ii *s)

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 12 May 1866

B. DIXON, Timber aud Iron Merchant (adjoining ow- spot), MURRAY STREET, . GAWLER. , STEAM SAW MILL IS HIGH STREET AN Excellent Stock of BALTIC il. DEALS, QllEQON, CEDAR PALINGS, STRINGY BARK, 4c., always on hand. . GALVANIZED IRON of all qualities for Roofing, and Galvanized Iron GUTTERING. Half round and OG, of all sixes, Down Piping ? andKidging constantly on hand. Dow Sashes, Architraves, Mouldings, and 1 ?very article in the Biuldiug Trade. FencingWiro ofallsixcsiandbestquality . ' All orders executed oh the shortest notico. E.DIXON, rMBER akd IRON MERCHANT (ADJOINING OLD spot) ? MURRAY STREET, GAWLER, . E. DIXON, ~ HURRAY STREET, 'GAWLER (adjoining ou- spot). MONEY TO LEND in large or small sums for any length of period LAND BOUGHT at Government Sales, and MONEY ADVANCED for purchase of same, f ? SECTIONS taken up and Leased. Transactions under Torrena'e Act at low and fixed prices. PURCHASE and SALE of LAND and FARMS negoeiated. LOANS Effected on Mortgage or Doposit of Deeds u...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 12 May 1866

Public Notice. - ? t TI1E PUBLIC arc respectfully in formed iliat on and after MAY 1st., all the DliAi'fcKS and fUiOClvlvi? iu Gawler will CLOSE their tSTAULliSliMliSTS at l- o'clock every evening (Satunkvd excepted). llilNKY ii. UUMT, Hon. Sec: GAWLER INSTITUTE. rAKCYBAZAAR. THE BAZAAll for tlio Sale of .the Articles remaining from the late Insti tute Fancy Fair will be held on the 21tli MAY (ller Majestv's liirthdav), at the 01-Di«'KL- liOWS' llAliL. Further particulars in future advertisements. D. FOTHERINGHAM, . Assist. See, I a ? ' ? j; ? »jp ? ? _ ji iippieunce vvantca TO tlie I'Jil XTlNti liusiuess. Every encouragement will be given to sin active youth. Apply lit tbj ofiieo of this paper HOSSITEirS HOTEL, ! BL A N CilliTO \VN, ON THE KIVEK M U it 11 A Y. JUOSSITER respecliully invites the ? attention aud patron:ige of OVUIILAXDEKS, VISITOh'S, EXCUESIOX 1STS. AND UPOKTS3IEN, To liis Ltuge and Comuioilious Hotel, deliglit fully situated on the Hanks of the Murray, at one of tho...

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SALISBURY LOCAL COURT. FRIDAY, MAY, 4. [Before Mr. R. J. Turner, S.M.] CIVIL. UNSATISFIED JUDGMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 12 May 1866

siUASBtriiY ^e^icouim Fnn-Av, Mat, 4. ????'-' [Before Mr. B. J. Turner, S.M.j CiVil.. -' TINS ATI6VI KD JUtiaMENTS. CohsToriiAN v. Lauiu:kt. — For JBl 4s. Id. Order for payment of IDs. a week. [ 'PttETtv v. IjAMiikht.— -For X3 3s. Order for payment of 7s. -kl. per week. llooPKit v. Fiwsr. — For .£2 17s. Order for j 5s. per week. : DEFENDED CARE. Dayman v. Rkkd. — For Xil 9s. 7d., amount OverjcMd for liay. Thomas Dayman, of Salisbury, dealer in hay and corn, deposed that he bought 40 tons of hay from John Heed, the defendant, at £-t Jis. 6d. per. ton by written agreement. (Agreement put in). The hay w.ts -to be pressed by phuutid' at the stack, and he «»p pli^d tho palings and iron-hooping re-{iiisitc- Tho hay was weiglied and inarkod by the prefers. The bates were marked the gross weight, including tho p.-tlingj and hooping. Witness paid for the full weight, thinking the deduction had been made. Cross-examined by defendant — Defendant, when spoken to, said if it was not right, ho wo...

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ORIGINAL POETRY. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 12 May 1866

ORIGINAL FOE TRY. Mr.^ DiTOn — -1 have read ' Bufiyi|-po's' faneitul ofTusion, ' J»ty Belrothed.' T was onco a boy myself, aud had a. betrothed. Fortunately I stopped at tliiit ; for another fellow married her, and I became utterly disgusted -with females. I am happy to say that ten years after wards he was it domestically miserable wretch ; and I predict that in teu years* time, if ' Bunyippo' goes any further than poetry, he Will sing ou 'the other side of his moutli, find ' Sty Betrothed ** will then appear in the Hunyip as MY ESPOUSED. She to whom my troth I plighted -Has my romantic dreams all blighted 1 With passion glowiug. Tongue ceaseless going, She's always screaming. And ever teeming With rage so constant and so rife. Ye Gods! that I should call her wife! Her eyes of ever sparkling fire. Glaring with diabolic ire, Whose burning smart Right through my heart ?Coiiveys such pain ! And then again, Transfixing mo in consternation. Makes me to Corse the wholo creatioh. Her lips...

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SOUTH AUSTRALIAN RAILWAYS. TIME TABLE. PORT DIVISION.—Week Day Trains. DOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 12 May 1866

SOUTH AUSTll.\LlAN HAiCWA\S. - I'eKT Ihnsios.-lVni- Ihjr Tttbi i-own. - ? * .Vit-laMi...... .afjuuiuuvi^u jtisi llir. 1 1 40 3-am s» WtH»l\il!e.. ? ' „ ]»?«;»?« JvarliM a-« I.-3 tv»rl. irtirxi 'g-iSI H-11 l a'ltf W 5 5 I VrtT.TITI ~ -itiViBrtui «~s-ea ; i«-fs7*-'45 -'3M 4'3' aiiii'itrtu viuV. ? » : -lire* J.W19 j :? -'*s* * 31 «'*? ; .*'*? «?»;: lutwttm Js-ia ; io-:is J Jt-5. j '-.'iu ?' ?» J ?. Tntiitii.-, ' * ' ii««s. ? ? [ ? ? ? ? AJviaiili-:... ... .... .'.Tilci»urturi- ia-» s;5'«V lkin«l-«..:. ? ? „ Hit f t-.-U a-M. 5-31) AWhrfvSae.. .. ... - a-12 j t-42 3-42 su ' AitHlluli ] t-£tf ' 3'MI 5i»0 p,irt. ? ntrlvul. a-.-w i 2iw w c-w) ? f off ................. -itopaitun! 10-09 2*20 4M S-30 AIolHou..... ? ? „ i 10-lM -2-24 4 31 CU2 w.KKivme., ? ? „ urn - 2-42 4 42 «?*« ItuWitill ? ,. ? tU-20.i-2--« 4'f-« C4S '-Adelaide...;'; ? ? ttoau 12-60 5»i-' rtio ? ? KOKTIll-lNl-.. A i TTT. . ? ? ? ? ? l-l-{jarnife ] iJ.OO ? 1 1-43 ; 4.3i AllHiaiUC ? M'! »?' 4 ?»' i Dry CHisk. ............... '...

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GUMERACHA LOCAL COURT. THURSDAY, MAY 3. [Before Mr. r. J. Turner, S.M., and Mr. J. B. Randell. J.P.] LIMITED JURISDICTION. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 12 May 1866

GUMEKAC1IA LOCAL COURT. TiafnsDAY, May 3. TBeforo Mr. K. J. Turner, S.M., and Mr. J. B. Raudell, J.I\] limitei' jrntsmcTioN. Dorm an 'v. Nku-l. — For .£9 18s.. ^balance duo on two bills of exchange. Defendant acknowledged himself indebted in the Amount of -Is. 6d. A verdict was given for £9 1 -Is. 6d., which by consent was ordered to be paid by ★eekly iustalnieuts of 20s. A cerlilicate for a wine licence was granted j to Edwjiixl Moger, of Succotli Creek, near; GumerachK»

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