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THURSDAY MAY 17. [Before Mr. G. Warren. J.[?]] [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 19 May 1866

Thussdat May 37. [Before Mr. G. Warren. ,T.^.1 Samuel ^rawley was charged with stea'irig a coat, value ten sliilliugs, the' property of G. 12 Ye?ie. , George Edward Veale, the prosecutor, stated that he missed from bis lodsiug, on the 16th instant, in the evening-, an Inverness c.ipe. Ht received certain information, and in conse quence went along Murray-street, and under the verandah nf f-Ko nmnmar«;«l IT. » ,i ? j th© prisoner who was warning the cape. The prisoner did jiot deny the tb£ft, but offered ii tp witness. \Villiam Bouqdy deposed— That he and pri soner had been a good deal to nether late'.y although previously Crawley had bem a stranger to hin». They were going to the North together. On the afternoon of the 16th instant, witness saw prisoner with something under his arm. §nd subsequently saw him with tlie' cape on. J Prisoner said he did not know whose coat it was; he was then drunk, ami i threw the coat ou the footpath. Gave icfor- : mation respecting the coat. - . .. '...

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TALK OF THE WAGS. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 19 May 1866

[?] % that i there are **pw , ibi^vhouses - of entertainment 3au Adel^e^the &ppreme ^g^PPutlV Booms, and~ihe ~*Y ictoria Theatrep ? 'ithepeSoirosii^cffi'at^tVie'fir^t^Jire farmore' ? jonterJaipij^g ^hanat either ofp^he ] other4 two!; thatthere is a Solomon at the, ' Theatre, while -at the Supreme |C5ehrt there^is ~j£of;' thatthe Cases aV White's » t JMQPIB^jWV aniiabsurdily than the inore serioujs cases at 'the ' Criminal SittingL Th e farther ^tnlfc i« tjhe preBidiiig Justice? on this^ r ; JliJ^oaatic^' ^-^g^a^cS' ? * T^ere $ie should be judg^iati-»l ; that; ? i .^listicfe iKniite progress Tbf-puMici busi ness] that' lie continues astute at dis-' covering -mai^-£ieBtsj and that if the, colonists were required to uttercpie. ; a l| jwojahl T run thus :-— ' that ll&r Hpijbg being; \«ashanted to live in ^B^ioinamjkf ' of v sj^mambey ond seas for v^heterm of his ^ftturaliife,'' ?? '. ' - .-. - ~ The talk is that the old volunteers are too reserved to join either the new ...

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TUESDAY, MAY 15. [Before Mr. R. J. Turner S.M.] [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 19 May 1866

Tn^snaT, Mat 15. f Before' Mr. IL J. l'lmiei1. S.M1 Johakn J. F. Iaehne renewed his application through Mr. Eudall for a wine licence. Mr. Turner opjxeed on behalf of the tenants of the adjoining houses' in Murray-street. ' The applicant; on examinatioh. described the joemisc^- snd-stifed t'irt he \a I hit'ierto kepi - a refreshment room, and no cOJaplaint had ever -been ^maifle aaminaf Viim The desirability of grafting the licence was fully argued by counsel pr-- and con, but it was. agteed on all 'bands that to Mr. Iaehne per sonally not the slightest objection existel. Application deferred -until certain altera tions of the premises should be made. Wilcox iiro Anotheh v, Eixiscombe. — Settled -out Of Court: Jonss v. Shekidah.— Claimfor 10s. for costs under San order made in the Police Court oj the loth Apiil. . . Mr. Lewis for plaintiff, Mr. Eudall for de fendant. ? The. .Clerk, of -the -Court produced the un satisfledxirder. . f Mr. Lewis stated the case for the plaintiff, and M...

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GAWLER LOCAL COURT. SATURDAY, MAY 12. [Before Messrs. R.J. Turner, S.M.,G. Warren, J.P., and J. A. Buchan, J.P.] [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 19 May 1866

[?] £ f.d - .f f^4fi;.^SjLacsBBn^,jaAT.i2.^----- .*- JTBefpre'MefBrs/ R.JilHiniQr, S.M..O. Warren, JJ?-j and J. A. Buchan, J.P.~j rVoiGHT v, VoiGKT.— Unsatisfied judgment. Mr. E^ady a-t tended, for Mr. Pahner on behalf of plaintiff, and Mr. Eudall for ' defendant. The cas.e was.jaoi; .proceeded ..with,, and,, of jsonrse, no wd^:,«ss made, ~ MoNBO^di^ioN.— Mr. BradyL applied for counseTg fee for-attending trial in the above case. It appeared -fchftt' the inattt r was settled two days before the day appointed for hearing, but tha$%he plaintiff not- receive notice in time to prevent Mr. Brady from proceeding to perform his dttty. '.Undea: the cbScttmstonoes ttu5 SpefiiaJL Magistrate allowed the fee.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 19 May 1866

Atjvt.— IT?jyM-w&.Y's PitLS- — Palpitation of the he ro is freqiientiy not only felt, but heard; it prevents sl^sp,.and begets _t'ie utmost dread of iiupandiog suSbeation. T.iese Kfls ara p racularly recpit-mended for removing this affection, bee wiseithey ^strengthen the nervous and the debilitated/ who are much more liable to ^.his malady thin other persons. HoUoway's ?ilis so imprpvs the dige^ticn, ii crease thd action of th;3 liver, and giv-i activity to tha bowels, that giddiness, headache, send nausea depart as the palpitation diminshea, and tha s ifferer at occe esperieices the inost indes cribable roller from anxiety. HoIIowa^'s Pills form the bast alterative and aperien*; hi ail esses of orrvslejeence f oil fevers, inSaaoa tions neuralgic, and all chronic d a^a -es which [ have impovaiiihed the blood, and brat * 1

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 19 May 1866

^ ^jMwonmse^ot» spot), ; f~ g&wIuer. \ ''?,-'' J' ?;?''? ? - ?? ?--??-- ? - * * / ' 1 * ' STBitt OTiMIH, IN HIGH STREET IN^Ese^iW, Stoek of pALTfC STKDSGT BARB^-,^^»n hand. j «Al4VA^IZEP IEON of all gaaUtrce for ®o(fiag,md «WTOm8©d liw «TO?BBD«G. t Salf ro^d ^d^^ «f aU ^ee, I-aw« ^j^Bg and Ktfbri^cymsta^tity on hand. ; - f:. - .- ? ^ ? ? the^ort^aotioi ^ ? f ; t ;n ;aim j / }Qg|^Y^6XS3B^P, ' GlilfitEfi **tA ; MCi|SEY;'l|j ,^END Iu large or email ; sums for any length ^-f period ' , . / sLAND BOUGHTat Government Sales, and -? MONEY ADVANCED for pimjhase of same. SECTIONS-tiafcw upahd Leased. --?*.'?. ; . Tr^^Hoas ^d^Tcirsjeas'B Agt at low and , fixeyMicses. „..= , PURCHASE and SALE of ItAND and FARMS negotiated. , . ?= - liOANS S^feefced on Mortgage or Deposit ol Deeds under Real Property Act w otherwise. jLQANS,Negoeiated. moneys djvsstebJ E.D.'s many years* Banking experience and STitimaiai aniyMiSnfemwi .wife all the forcrfttlt connected with BiHs, Mortgages, and. ILoaa* ;...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 19 May 1866

. jAE*' to f&i ^rBaS3mI^ am» coorgng. ] F*0*Ap*i*»*, fialhiw^' iCMMtursft ^3I»- »» Algiss*^ «v *5* *nS ™ 14 ^Z« V - « I* J2§g:\« ^ S SKa * 1 « J8 Igg?«. j» 5*|5££5* ? .«- ** SgZSL « « «g Aiding*. .* '-?' - ^SaT' jr. Pj^W»NT,ijg^^lg^t. MARTIN * LOtfTI*, ' Phoenix JEo^dry, gawler. Ajg^cuto^ . ? — IIIBH li jiy*nLiLi jiiij^^iijiu II L-imi wmi-fw.^'ijiii iiwiw MMII. i' * PS^J^IJSHKD 18i&] ^ffafihiue andGeneral Implement: liunMsr^ yyBB4y J OHf j'o^ES, HusDonsr, Bu^nmn^ Wh*w-w«u6ht, wc» BEGS to th&nkhis numerous customers ' for past -favors,^Hid m l?e -JW»r devotes Jus -whole . ; ^^vingre^quiahed'his General ;Store,) be is prepared to execute orders-for ^REAPING AND A^I^GWING MACHINES, WAGONS, DRAYS, SPRING CARTS, $EW ^rV^rkma^ahig. Reaping and Winnowing Mftfthinfagpf e?ery vifoiiTOJSt-&u tso Seoond-hand Reaping , Machines for S§1$ or ?. ,.n» , ?? t 1 iOIO^SlXW A0 8J OtMiTlTEAL IM ^EMENT MANUFACTORY .T.&JCES WOOW , MACHINIST, BLACKSMITH, WHEEL WdS HT...

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THE GAWLER MARKETS. Bunjip Office, Friday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 19 May 1866

$m GAWLER MARKETS. Bunyip Office, Friday Evening. ?} -AiJcnosr by Me. P. Rowland.— On Tuesday last Jlr. Rowland sold stock and agricultural implements on the farm of Mr. Pope, of the Wheat^heaf inn, near Gawler, Mr Pope being aboqt to -retire frjm business. Cows in falf were sold at prices ranging from £2 to £6 12s 6d, a»4 pigs at from i£ 1 to JE2 lgs. Two draugh t colts' brought £:© each. Three other horsey 4rere sold at the respective prices of ^£5 and J&i. A dray brought £7 12s 6d^ a reaping machine-^ 'the make of Messrs. Martin of Gawler, which had been in use two seasons, JE40 5b ; a win? | nowing machine, JS4 10s. ; $ iron ploughs (Howard's patent), £3 4a. each ; a garden scari fier, ^£1 7s Cd ; aspt of iron harrows, £4 7s, 6d j and a horse, cart, and harness, i26 10s. Three allotments at Springton, near Mount Pleasant, containing together nearly an acre of land, mtte sold for £20 5s. Although the market has improved somewhat during the past week, yet farmers continue ...

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ORIGINAL POETRY. YOU. (Sco[?]) [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 19 May 1866

tOSIGINAIf POETBr. 'YOU'. (SofsA.) ' L'strocied from ' Lays of Ediita ' by Archibald Joiinsior* .] . 1 There's a g-lamour eome oifcr mo, a wpnderfu* spelL . X dre^m a' xay hoars asri* aoo; My heart's a alo^e, tor belongs tomysel', An* the fair nymph that's witched i^is— you There's a fend waefii' something got into my breast, An' my heart, wi* this something so fu', f.iVo S» trna in tf^l lpnoa-fn' Is constantly ilutterin' wi'- — you I There are twa beauteous spherlets, twa bonaia brieht e'en, Below them's a saft rosy rac-u'— My puir ibleeding heart kens t-bp^r magical sheen, An* their fair constellation is— you ! There's the s.weet smiling face o' an angel o* licht That haunts me the smlicht c' -through. An* presides in my dreams in the dead o' tha niclit-, An' that h-iiven-op'ning houri is — you! There's a fairy-like form fu* o' lily-like graca^ A sweet artless. lassie, I trow, Whose beauty gi'es harmony e'eji to her claes, I An* that swe^t arfclcss^somebtal^B— you I There's a swee...

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GREAT DISCOVERY. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 19 May 1866

\GREAT DISCOVERY. 'TO THB £DIXOK. ' Sir— Allow me to ns.trodri.ee to your parti cular notice and the ?public in geiiferal .tha last . great wonderfol find -in mineralogv. I I am a little schooner, which often .trades -to this port' with 'tiniber ''frotu a rivet not a. thousand aiiles 'frcm.jhe -Don, and ntt many weeks ago- was engaged to supply a cargo to the Bismuth Mine iicross' the Gulf. My com mander-being' not only jrelL -up' m nautical phraseology ,^but also no bad mineralogist, as srell as being a'little facetious,' he 'on my return to this port-had the honor- of ; aji inter view with that great author gf '-mines, -whos-5 peregrinations have also been in the North. jjij cuuimuaaer aceiatntauy dropping- a few specimens on the floor of the office, it at once caught the rigorous eye .'of the great- author, who at once pronounced it to contain /O ozs. of silver to the ten, and-.Was nofc.alifctle aoxiou&to know fie exact locality; so -for -fear others might hear the great ...

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THE VOLUNTEERS AND THE GOVERNMENT. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 19 May 1866

THE YOLFKTEEES .A NB THE GOVERNMENT. TO ?IIE EDITOR. j Sir — History is full of illustrations of [ the power for good or evil ' that 'goes forth from tlirones . or governments. . Breaking faith, in my opinion, is one of the worst things a Government can be guijty of; it creates in the minds of those deceived jBuch a jv$,nt of confidence in the future. And -ho w-the South Aiis-_; trslia.n frflvprnmpnt ran PTriPff tha mnn who have so often experienced the non fufilmeut on the part of the Government of their agreement to rally round and enrol themselves for the defence of the colony I cannot imagine. What gua rantee have the men that the same will not be again repeated ? ' I will not attempt to describe 'the feel- : iugs of volunteers who on one occasion were kept out manceuvering in a soaking raiu for about four hours, and then sent to their homes, some 40 and 50 miles away, without bit or sup in their drehehed habiliments ; neither will I at any length refer tp the time when they wer...

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SMITHFIELD FARMERS' CLUB. May 7. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 19 May 1866

SMITHFIELD FARMERS' CLUB. ;«,i. „ t.4.: . May T. * - On Friday evening 11th inst. *the usual monthly meeting of the abovte Club was held. After the transaction of the usual : routine business— Mr.- Sconlar in the chair — the Secretary stated that he liad received ?- a note from Mr. -Dewhirst stating hiB inability through professional 1 engagements to be presteiii; on Vhis occa sion to read hi§ promiseel paper. He therefore at the Chairman §: invitation would read a paper on manures, pre facing his paper by the remark' 'that he floubted not that 'Mr. A. Kelly would eyentually^become a convert to the :j»r6, Jections -j£the theorist. . lie, iio doubt- . 5V»s eve^now adopting' 'them, though' perhaps hot intentionally. -Mr. Talbot then said that there were three -distinct propositions wKjch he would introduce in his paper, viz. : — First, do our farm lands : require manjjre'; * s6con-i, what w®uld be the the best manures ; and third/ whence are.rthey procurable. As' to the first question...

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EDUCATION. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 19 May 1866

EDUCATION. TO THE EDITOS. Sir—Under t'lis head so many articles appear that one would tbink the subject must be exhausted, but every day's experience proves the reverse, that thg evils .attached to and arising from tie present edacationa~ system, so far from diminishing, are on tfce increase; take them altogether their name is le non. Of thes? evils-some are comp iratively .trifling, faid as I a^n not so ultra os ,t 3 e-p c perfection in any system, I think they may be.. passed over, neither am T at present going to; entpr into the vexed and vexatious question of the withdrawal of the Rrant on sectarian, grounds; 1 am far ircm thinking Gov r iment aid pernicious ; on the contrary, I sim per-, suaded that without it w& should have. . no schools in the country districts; but tp mv mind the .grievance consists not in th,o aid given, but in the unworthy recipients .thereof. Teachers appear to me to fill the country schools by virtue of their inefficiency inste^i of their profici...

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OUR DEFENCELESS CONDITION. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 19 May 1866

.OUR DEFENCELESS CONDITION. TO THE EDITOR. Sir— I have orten wondered why some of our jjatriotic politicians have 'not 'suggested the idea of having ia.' email Swift wax.eteamer for the use of South Australia, sirme3 mth two or three of the very 'best and latest' improved rifled cannon* with other guns. I do not think the cost would be felt so very mneh inihe pre sent flourishing state of the exchequer. If there was such a vessel ' beioafrina- to ii ? ? r i n n,n tf\if ow, u iianaie^V .would prove a formidable opponent to ani.~ inyadi©^ ship of ' war, ,beeav-B§ being of light* draught, ana gwift in 'speed, knowing well eyery hole and' corner along the coast, she .ooald dodge in and out of shallow water where the war ships could not go, and- if she did attempt to follow, the probability is the invader would be run? aground, or tempted on to some shpaU-whioh would be far better Histi tla . sle should be 'allowed to come quietly up the' stream, and bombard the. Port. There is another a...

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TRIALS AT THE SUPREME COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 19 May 1866

TBIALS ax THE SUPREME CQURT. The Adelaide Criminal Sittings commenced before Mr. Justice Boothty, ? on Tuesday, the &h*May. ' ' r ' Tie follo'vuig^ are the results up to Thursday evening : — 1 Benjamin Sitn&nds, aged 18, pleaded guilty to embezlhig moneys belonging to bis piaster, Mr. B- O. Fox, butcher, -and . was sentenced t b5 j-e detained the rigins of the court. Henry Gil more, lor the oiienoe of stealine from the peifeon, was sentenced - to imprison ment and hard labor for three years. -Deterich Hermann JDopitng, ' a^sped 56, was charged with indecently Assaulting Emily Gurr, a girl un-Jer the age ttf ten years. The Judge desired the Jury not to give a, verdict, , and directed the Crown Sol*citor to prefer a charge of rape against the prisoner. George Rwhardtoii, aged 39/f or assaulting his ?wife, Catherine liiciiarcson, at Gieaelg, was sentenced to imprisonm^twlth hj,^d la3ocytf jr. sevtnyeaa.

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LOCAL COURT CAUSE LIST. TUESDAY, MAY 22. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 19 May 1866

LOCAL COURT CAJJSE LIST. Tuesday, Mat 22. DEPENDED CASE. ^Fisher v. Colmaii; ? tr^SATISFIKD JUDGMENT. Popham v. Debase.- 1

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Farmer's Column. No. IV. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 19 May 1866

[?] [?] It may be scarcely correct to cali eiroer luceroe or clover ' grasses,'' being leguminous plants, 'and not gramineous, but as vtry few ^u^tyres jof jgrasses' are ever used in laying jjowi) ^j^ wjthout a portion of the seeds of the above two plant% w# e^ea]^ »f with the others. . ... 5he most commas of our clovers is the white, or Dutch clover, or creeplng doref nnp/ term it; it is a perennial «u-4 njsst monopolising frequently sown under the idea SuFif will dm Ai«ib iinv nlknt T^revionBlv japcupied the gcomid/ whether it be sorrelj ^oeke, rushes, or any otljjer jctjectioaahle nuisance. Although its powers are great in tins respect, we cannot go so far as to admit such a compli ment {?) being paid to it, for, as it nearly always forms a portiQn of qut mixtures, accordr igg to tfre shore idea Pur artificial grasses Voal4 stand but a poor chance, for every pad dock laid down for a permanent pasture would | in a few years be little else than white clover. That it bas intrusiye, ...

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POET GAWLER. May 14 [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 19 May 1866

POET GAWLER. fProm our own CorresDondent.1 May l i. There , has been some beautiful ram in this locality, whieh was very much wanted, as the ground in some places was so very hard that a plough would scarce enter its surface. The farmers have a smil mg appearaxiee, as they. caii do their work now with so much ease. Js early all have commenced j sowipg wheat, , which I don t think very many will finish, this mouth. The crops that were «own sop.e seven or eight; weeks ago were beginning' to look quite' | blue on:it as it |»ade its appearance above the surface, as jf it thought the weather; was too hot to contend with, which made? it change^colors for fear it- ehould die. The Fesiajsts.- — A telegram from TSTew York dated. March 27 has been received, which states that -the - Canadian ^Govern ment had received information ,that th.e- Fenians were a')out to attack -the British' ports t of -the Detroit Rivier, and that President Johnson had sent America#. . troops'to Buffak) tov revenc au...

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Harieties. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 19 May 1866

bandies. Why is like new milk?— Because it atrengthens the calves. Gentlemanly Horse-stealing. — 'I say, Bill, Jim's caged for stealing a horse.' ' Sarve him right. Why didn't he buy one and not pay for it, like any other gentleman.' Don't you know what the Black Ball line of packets is? These are the boats in which men bolt from society when they have been ^pilled at the emu. — men s xaxue ws. | 'Well, Sambo, bow do you like your new ' place?' 'Oh, berry well, massa.' ' What did you have for breakfast this morning?' 'Why you see missus biled tree eggs for her- - self, and gib me de brot.' An Exact Man. — ' Is that the second Jjfill,' enquired a gentleman of .a sable porter at a countzy boarding-bouse. ' No, ear,' exclaimed the darky ; ' dat am de seoon' ringin' pf de fust bell; we has but One belTin dis house.' | rAn anticipated Calamity.— -Qn tbfi^epaiture of Bishop Selwyn for Mb diocese,New Zealand, Sydney Smith, when taking his leave of hiin, said, ' Good-bye, my dear Selwyn; I ...

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DISTRICT COUNCIL OF MUDLA WIRRA. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 19 May 1866

DISTRICT COUNCIL OF MUDLA AVIHRA. Present— Mr. Bright (Chairman), Messrs Barnfield, Jiiugle, «nd Scown. Tenders opened. — Clearing road north of Terripler», two Tenders, t-ofh so exorbitantly high, that the work was ordered to be readver tised. For Woodwork of old Drinking Foun tain, Mr. Bright, jun.,'iJl ISs. accepted. The Light Water HoserVes— The Clerk re ported that he attended at Mr. Robinson's ' waterhole to s irvey the same, so as to allow the deeds to be completed, and that as Mr. Robin eon would not allow him to survey the same if cattle would be allowed to drink there, he not j wishing to compromise the Council on so unex- | pectf d a point desisted, until he could report to ? the Council. The Council resolved — That Mr. liobiuson be written to informing him that as | ( he made a barg .in with the Council for the i waterhole, and 'took a deposit thereon, if he does not complet ? the arrangement the matter ' will be placed in the hands of the Council's solicitor. : : Mr. Ya...

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