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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 12 May 1866
Oolites to -£orrcspiMs. Ssvekai. conmnintc.Hions iDtcniled for the present number are unavoidably deferred till next tvcck Iu . eoiisequeuce of our Uctailwl report of the iiaciestlitpr - ease to fanners. Fisher v. ItlcIuu-tWn. tlirai thf h'tter from our ' Kccoutrie C'orrespon-U-ut.' that on 'Kiliieauon.' the answer to tlx asirunoiittcal qu««tlou of our youu^ iYu-uds, aa«l tho ** Extract ftxm» It Is with gu»t regret ihst \re have also to defer ' A Country man V* valuablo cwanuniio.ttiou on a most imjrfiriaut bubj^ct, w Llch btiolt cci iijijX'ar - in our next. ®bc giuuijijy. I GAWLER: SATURDAY, MAY 12, 18GG. j ? : ? : ?
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 12 May 1866
Itheumatisni and Pains in the Limbs. — Muscular pains are sometimes insufferably dis tressing. Though they may not impair the : general health at first, ultimately mtch may be i their effect if permitted to continue unrelieved. , It should be generally known that, after fomen tation with -warm salt and water, llollowav'a Ointment, well robbed oponthe a!3.ictcd part twice a -day, g -res infinite ease and secures ultimate recovery. ' Uolloway's Pills should also be taken to assist in the cure. . They pie Tont s)l weak and numb feelings, fo apt to prevail after neuralgic and rheumatic, attacks Many, after 6n2'enng max^zdom from - sever j attacks of rheumatism, and obtaining no relief, i were calckly cured by these medicines. j
MUDLA WIRRA DISTRICT COUNCIL. MONDAY, APRIL 30. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 12 May 1866
MUDLA AN'llilvA DISTRICT COUNCIL. MosnAY, Ai-rtiL 30. present — All the members. Tenders opened. — I'or clearing Wattle Flat rod. Thamas J^enon's, iiccepted at Other tenders, .£'12, to ^35. For making road bv Council OlKee. Mr. Hobart's tieoeptcd at JS5 193. per chain, other tenders .£7 5s., to JE9 os. Fencing across roads. — Mr. Uagless asked permission to f once across a road in tho scrub, but Council could not give it. Pmkertou's Flairs. — Memorial recoived from Ratepayers north and west of Templers, asking tho roads from Mr. Philp's house to Pinker ton's I'lsins, aid from section 247 to 222 to be cleared. Tc»-iers to be called for clearing tho fortr.or, and tho clerk to inspe-'t, and report on tho latter at next meeting. Mr. J. W. Webb having left the colony -without complet ing h;s contract for clearing the road near CsPypricst'D, th? rMcain-ier of the Toik . Jot- to Mr. Flannogan for tho balance comJa^ to Webb. Ashwull School.— Detter read from Mr. Morris relative to the funds...
THE GAWLER MARKETS. Bunyip Office, Friday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 12 May 1866
THE GAWLER MARKETS. J tunyi}} Oflce, Friday Evening. , Wheat, 5a 8d. per. bushel. ' Bran Is. lod. wholesale, 2*. retail. Pollard 2s. wholesale. 2s. 2d. re-ai'. Barley 5s to 5s. 6-1. White Oats, 6s. 6d. Cape Oats, none in the market. -Flour £6 10s. per ton, 36s. per bag. J -Bread, 2lb loaf, 5d. I Meat. | Mutton, hind-quarters, 8d. per lb.; fore quarters, 7d. Beef, 6d. to. 9d. per lb. Veal, 7d. to 9d. per lb. Pork, 9d. to 10 per lb. VenETAria, Caibiges, 6d. to 9d. each. ? Turnips, Sd. per bunch. Carrots. 4d. per bunch, i Vegetable Marrows, Cd. to lOd. each. Cucumbers. 2d. to 6d. each. 1 Onions, 4tl. per lb. Tomattes 3 per lh. Parsnips, 4d. per bunch. Potatoes, 7s. 6d. per cwt. Seed Potatoes, 8s. 6-1. Sweet Melon, 5d. to lOd. Water do. 4d. to Sd. Radishes, lid. per bunch Parsley Id. per bunch. . Fbuit Apples, 2d. to 4d. per it) Crapes, 2|d. per lb. Quinces, 2d. per ib. I'cars} Sd. tc 4-L per lb. Figs. 2d. per -Joz-*o. lemons toed, each, I DiTftV i P.Oi;; ;£?? ' ? ' Battss. Si. par !li....
Farmers column. THE CULTIVATION OF GRASSES. No. III. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 12 May 1866
Jamas Column. THE CULTIVATION OP GRASSES. No. ill. -iir4^aiks ^ . pnurie grasslast week, so will nild a word or, 'twto more iiOw.^ ^ Atnim^tl^ jwiltii; tie? --f thin grass uiay tw reckomHl its liiouo piiliziilg eh a ract er. ? years siiibiv ?' #.fariiicT l- at iiriinsvvick so« e,l a sjiiall patch njuin ground n» foil as passible of sorrel. . lie gave a giHHl d^?5a'ulg ^^ lllanllrt^ s^-^vcil t^^rly iIl ^lay, mul in ^ following v Koveriibeir liiigtufJi his fi-niver caeuiy, ah-l iu ; J.-tnuai-y every api»earauve i»f sorrel liad ? vaiiisheil. . Tlie fullow ing year lie sowed la jr--od-s:7.».*tl |«addock, -and w iih iue s.mie n sult. Sorrel is the greatest ene»iyotir li^htlandfarniersh:ivelogi«ijVple jagaiust.- It is a plaut jif nutst jverSv-yering in Hrusive habits, aiul utterly toIucIoss, and were the prairie grass of far h-s8 value than it is as a foilder plaiir, it would still beneficially sujvi sisle sorrel ; but when one eaii, with a liule tftmhle and 'expense, exchange a perfect n...
GAWLER PLAINS. May 8, 1866. LOYAL VIRGINIA LODGE, ANNIVERSARY DINNER. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 12 May 1866
GAWLER PLAINS. (From our own Corresponded t, J May 8, 1866. LOYAL VIRGINIA LODGE, ANNIVERSARY DINNEG. The members of the above lodge determined to keep their anniversary iu better form than usual, accordingly they met for cricket, &c. in the afternoon, when the evening's -festivities were enlivened by the straius of the Salisbury Brass Baud. The diuuer was intended to be held at 6 p.m., but from a variety of circum stances it was not on the table until 7. Host Saint, of the New Wheat sheaf Inu, Virgiuia, put on the tables a capital spread, comprising every delicacy of the season. The cluiir was occupied by N.G. McCord. supported on the right by N.G. Frank ell of the Gawler LodgcJ; on the left by Secretary Crosby. Y.tr. Carson nbly tilled tlie Vice-Chair, supported ou tho right by G.M. Bradshaw, nml left by Mr. Webster, the local doctor. On tho removal of the cloth The Chairman gave tho usual loyal toasts, with appropriate music by tho band. The Chaiisman uext gave 'His Excel...
GAWLER LOCAL COURT. TUESDAY, MAY 8. [Before Mr. R. J. Turner, S.M.] [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 12 May 1866
GAWLER LOCAL COURT. TrntsDJur, & [Before Mr. R.-J.Turnor, 8.M.1 MAHKXT Tr. WKA.t- — Settled out of «oart. Fsanmaoan ?». North. — Settled out of 'court. * 'Wilcox and 'Auothkr v. Edoecosibb. — : : This cftRO, -on the application of Mr.Kudalt, traa adjourned till Tuesday; tho 15th instamt. Pouckt,' .Quiqi-kt. — George Quigley. land ? lord -i! the - Lower Light Hotel, was charged : -by Sorgeant S-mders -with not iutnsglua lamp alight on u nightimneil. ^ A eecoua cninga was maui- m nut uuviug his name placed ovor his- door in loiters iu accordance with the Act* Fined 10s. on cacb ?cbiuge^vith costs tfigeUier'42 14b. Enright v. McEwen . — Mr. Kudall appeared - for Plaintiff. JohnEnright charged John McEwcn with neglocting to pay hun tho saui of JB10 12s. for wages due. John Enright is a ' farm Hervant, And has receatJy been in tho botjcc of Mr.McEwen. Entered the service on the 23rd January last. Was to receive 18s. » week. 'Loft x-n the 28th Ajri'. Served fonrtecn weeks. 'Gave n...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 12 May 1866
Steam to Melbourne. ' table to 4th '3BBBBb X JUNFJ Th« St«»»»hip« : *' ALDINGA aks COORONG. jr^oai ttrJtTn*- Prow .Ukboitbii. 'fionrawren H«j © J Aiding*. «n M*y 8 SS M ~ M Coorong « ?? 1* gSS« ,JM 10 1 Aiding « « 18 ujjgn ** M 84 j Coowmg « ** 8* aJX « *' 89 1 AicUnga « *» 89 AldinCftOQ Jo' 4|Coorong' Jane 4 The above Steamers carry passengers and J. DARWENT, Grenfell-street. yTAHTIN & LOUm phenix Toundry, Gawler, , engineers, machinists, MILLWRIGHTS. COACH BUILDERS, . : ~ Agricultural Implement Makers, ? i&c*. &c. ? [Established I8&S.J 'Machine and General linplement Manufactory. H0KBAT STREET, GAWtEE. . JOHN JONES, \ MACHINIST, BLACK85I1TH, WHEELWRIGHT, ®TC„ ' BEGS to thank his numerous customers 5 for past favors, end as he now deToteB whole attention to the above Establishment, (having relinquished his General Store,) ha is - ?preruvred to executeorders for ? HEAPING AND WINNOWING MACHINES, WAGONS. DRAYS, SPRING CARTS, -NEW- PORT PAGNELLS, Ac., A...
THURSDAY. MAY 10. FULL COURT. [Before Mr. R. J. Turner, S.M.: Messrs. G. W. Warren and Mr. J. A. Buchan, J.P.'s.] [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 12 May 1866
Thursday, Mat 10. rrw. com. [Before Mr. R. 3. Tnraer. S.M.: Messrs. G.W. Warren, and Mr. J. A. Bndm. J.P.'s.} . Fisher v. 1viciiakd-on. — Mr. W igley, for the plaintiff. *i*ted the ease. The plaintiff. Mr. C. B. Fisher, claimed JS100 damages oc casioned to his sheep by dogs belonging to defendant. Ho would prove that defendant was aware that his dogs were in the baJiit of killing sheep, and that the dogs which did the damage Wonged to defendant. James 'Mat boson, stated he was overseer to plaintiff, and in charge of his property at fort -3aw4er. The defendant, uvea ac too River Light On the 25th January last had information which induced hint to go oat at . 1\ o'clo ck at night. He found portion of the sheep, about 300 or 400. and one sheep kiHed. This was on Mr. Fitzgerald's property. The fo.-i consisted of 13o5. The dead aheep had been fcittel recently. A woman, Mrs. Fitz gerald. h*d taken ehartre of that part of the fiock. The sheep MM by dogs. It bore C.tirs»ri?.. ilntdieq) MIkc...
Poet's Corner. GOODY TWO-SHOES TO THE GOSSIPS ON THE NEW-BORN BABE. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 19 May 1866
[?] G(X-DT TWO-SHOES TO THE GOSSIPS 1 . QXT XHB K2W-BOBH BABK. '-''.j WeQ it hasseen the light at last, so now then ? veLoome li^fitMuiger. ? ThemotherthnraghSa trial's past, and aaot by ; ' no means out of danger ; : !QiOB^di9 bj wliat aoooanta ti^y give's as ?well as is to be ejq-ected. But is it likely for *o lire? §»t« ^er§ JST j question ?s directed. j What sort of features ««» i a^faaitfnn to decide it. j 'Will it go into aguart-pot- and that be room awnngh to iudB it? Exoep' ttielHg onefuBtof alt poor njites and mossels ires them tothers, Jjb never growed. Is this as email aud piney whiriey asitsbrotheraP I know*d what they -was, and I said to Hrs. (loaw, Jill 1 JBFB. 4QBBS, mum, Says I, 'No etch like fihrimw and shreds as tlwy won't never make old bones, mum ?' And lbs. Jones. I'll say she's ekal to the pitchnation, Says, ' Mum. I never he'yd jou make a tr^ejr spoken hobserwation.' The doctor talks so rounaboat, and also looking . so mysterious, !&ut what he says we ...
THURSDAY. MAY 17. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 19 May 1866
Thursday, May 17. Henry Hebermann charged with larceny did not surrender, and his bail with that of his sureties was estreated. The accused afterwards made hi§ appearance, and' ^ncty-weiit 'his trial. ; lie was found guilty aud sentenced to three : years' imprisonment with hard labor.' Eliza 'fiver, age-l22,' was' charged with larceny in the house of Mr. A. J Turner, 3.31., was found guilty, and' Mr.\ Turner, the prosecutor, having asked for a lenient sentence, she was sentence d to six months* imprisonment. ' Maty Jane Davis, alias Fish wits' charged with stealing in a shop. The prismier being an old. offender' was' sentenced to imprisonment with hard labor for teu years. Diana Rebecca Seymour alias Diana E&ecca Bagg was charged with bigamy, but acquitted.
WEDNESDAY MAY 16. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 19 May 1866
Wednesdiy May 16. On the trial of John Baker for horse-stealing being called on His Hon »r Judge B o 1 by !J35«d Mr. Stow, who appeared to defend the Prisoner, if he had a license as Queen's Counsel. Mr. Ftow declined answeiip and a long altercation to ilc place, in the course of whieh the Judge threatened to give Mr., Stow* into custody. His Honor adjourned 'the ' case until Saturday morning.. The jury was then discharged, and the Court adjourned until the following morning.
TUESDAY, MAY 15. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 19 May 1866
TSdesdat, May J5. Thomas HiU- aged Six years, and Alfred Myers 1 aged nine years, charged . with burglary, were acquitted. In ;the case of A. fT. Hibbart, the Attorney General stated that he did not feel justified in laying another information. Stephen Party ii 'and JohnJ?erkyn were charged with fargixicr and uttering a cheque. Stephen pleaded cuUty. and John not 'eiultVi The charge against John IVrkyn was withdi^wn, and Stephen I'erkyn was sentenced to Im prisonmctiit for three year| wijh hard labor. TFHZtcm Smith charged with a felonious as sault da John Wilson at the l-est)tute Asylum, was. convicted and sentenced to two yeara' im prisonment with hard labor. Application was made for the discharge of Alfivd Wildy, the prosecutor not being found. Application refused. ' '' ffmi' Charles Ho^-b? pleaded guilty of steaUng a cheque fcentenped deferred. ' ' '
FRIDAY, MAY II. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 19 May 1866
Feiday, Mat n. ; ? Hdveard Smith, who pleaded guilty -of larceny, was sentenced to -teu months' ipiprisdntufent with hard labor, ' ' ? Arthur Hill flit^arfv^hosecase was adjounied from-tbe preceding day was acquitted; but the' judge ordered him to be detained that an infor mation for common assault should be laid acainst liirn f' - - Ellen Hail was charged witJj; stealing a cheque, drawn by James Crase, at JKapunda. ' ^The I draft was on the Bank of' Adelaide, for 43 -7s. idd. A second count ' charged tlie prisoner With uttering' the cheque knowing it to be stolen. V-erdiet — guilty of uttering; sentence^ ten mouths* imprisonment with hard labor.' - ' ._ ? ] John Levant# charged with burglary wt£ acquitted. 1
PROPOSED VOLUNTEER FORCE. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 19 May 1866
PEOPGSED VOLUNTEER E0BCE. the Government be able to raise 800 volunteers mader the Act designated . 'The Volitateer Act 1865-6?' Our astonishment ^?iH be great 'if they should succeed in doing so. The regulations in : accordance with which the proposed force is to be goyerned are neither ' flesh, , jfowl, nor erood red-herring they are too despotic and inconvenient for citizen soldiers t© serve under, and too lax for the control of regulars. If the force could be raised the effect would be that men who' had signed an engagement to serve as volunteers for three years would find themselyes practically more than: i 'half militia-men. There is, however, another reason why enrolments under the new Act will go on «iuggishlv. The experience of mem- ? | bers ofthe force during the past is not ; sueh as to excite hopes of liberal treat ; ment at the hands of Government in the future. The volunteers have not as a rule ^received that consideration to which their alacrity in joining and zealous...
THURSDAY, MAY 10. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 19 May 1866
TfiuasDAi, May 10. Edward Smith, ^aged 21, charged with larceny, from the pefsfip^' pleaded guilty. Sentence deferred. ^ ' -f'StamuI UreenMU, .aged 4t, charged with' assault With intent on Emily Allen, wast een tei-ced to two years' imprisonment with hard \ labor. ? ? * . -'i George McDonald charg^ with burglary, j pleaded - guilty, and was sentenced to seven ! years* impnsonment with hard labor. - ? *. Arihitr- Hill JBtbbari was gharged with rape on Keziah Morris. .The case was a^odraed tg die following day. . .
NEWS BY THE MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 19 May 1866
? \ .'?* ** . ./ ^ ? NEWS 1BT THi MAIL. ? ? ? 1. ' rTT' *? Iy the^ Ijiiitv^dingp from Europe have ' preBented'So details of internal political | onvulsipn, 'dr jof^elligrent nationalities, i they are ominously ^lggestive of troub lous times to oo-me. ^'War in Germany appears to be ill but inevitable, and that when cojnme?icedwill probably inaugurate war all over the civilised world. The news,- as far as regards Great J Britaiii, is pn the whole satisfactoiy, yet there is a feverish restlessness incidental to the present state of British affairs. On the Stock Exchange Consols had fallen tQ 86. The Beform Bill ?' was creating great excitement and anxiety, but Ministers anticipated an adequate majority. The effect of the Bill, if passed, will be to a4d to the present estimated number of electors in the United Kingr dom — namely, 900,000— -an additional 4CK-j000, half of whoa* will belong to srhat is usually denominated the operative or working class. Her Majesty had to a certain extent...
WEDNESDAY, MAY 8. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 19 May 1866
WronE day. Mav *. - Fdtverd Charles Smith, aged 49, Charged - ssrrtiir: adnli'iistering certain drugs to^Mary' Laurie with intent to procure aKortion- *a» found goilty^ii; sentenced .to seven years Imprisonment with, hard labor. . J ' ' ' ? r-n$fred IFtldjr.was chained with lar^ecy, but! theprosecubNr Was not. forthcoming. ' ' ' i : JditMs^lFaUiiRL ckaretvl iritlrwusii.stpiilinp.! pleaded. guilty,' and was sentenced to impiisoi - ment for one year with hard labor. ' . Jemwg aUds - Wartkie, rati . aboriglnsj, w:s okarged with assault withdnteiit, on Ann-. Go;id win, at Gawler Ranges. »?Tlie prisoner pleaded - guilty to a coaunen assault, and was sentenced; to one month's- imprisoninent. . MaddiaMUas Jemmy, ami Neubing eJias aborig^ia^vWere ,rfiftged with asssulting and; beating; John Reid with intent to. murder. The plea was guilty pf a comaioa assault, and the; entente tljce months' imprisonment.
FIRST GAWLER RIFLES. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 19 May 1866
FIRST GAWLER RIFLES. A numerous meeting of the late mem bers of this company -took place on Friday evening at -the =Gawler Arms Hotel, Captain Martin 'in the chair. After the transaction of some financial business^, it was proposed and carried, ' That the V ol^ntgers -who have not paid up their subscriptions, shall rec-eive notice that unless the same -be paid ^within eight days they aviH be deprived of any benefits arising irom the distribution of the property and funds of vthe com =panv.' It was also resolved that Messrs. James Martin, 'E. Clement, and W. Kinnear have power to distribute the musical instruments, in the .event of the present band Cresting =ap, to any otiux band b^lpggiag to ihe town. A circular was 'read from Captains Oldham aud Tuekfield of Kapunda, rela tive ;to the treatjuent of .the Volunteers by Government. ?Several very strong speeches were made, condemning ihe course the Govercmant had pursued, and the fol fowing resolution was passed by a large majority, ^n...