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TRIALS AT THE SUPREME COURT. FRIDAY, MAY 18. [Before His Honor Mr. Justice Boothby.] [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 26 May 1866

TBtAiS !LT THE SUP^ElllE COIIET. j , Frit-ay. Mjlv 18. . ^Before Bis Honor Mr, Jnstice Boolhby.^ 'In the case of .Jane Green,- charged with ?murder, Mr.'Strnngw-nys, on heH&lf of tlie 'pri- soner, objected thai she' had already pleaded 'to the charge of manslaughter, and' could riot frow be arrjIgiieS formuWer; he atiso of^eeted that the Att«Miejr-Geueral possessed lio ^-oVer ' to prosecute. Hii Ho ior postponed the 'case till Tuetetlsy m irning. To the trial of ^Iichael O'Dohnell, charged wun me muratr oi wiwiara r orresierf tue same objection was taken by Mr. StrangWays, aiid witii the same rrsuft. ? , ^n tho case of Patilck Auld, Mr» Bruce raised two points of -objection, the cue - urged by Mr. Strangways. anfl also tliat that Court had ho jurisdiction in the Northern Territory. This case was also adjotfrhed til! Tuesday., A. if. Ilibbarfs ball Was 'extended till the .lftst day of the session's. _ In the cases of Andrew 'CrawTord 'and John Shannon, charged with stealing o...

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Varieties. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 26 May 1866

fJamfe. Why is a 'windy orator like a whale ? — Be- cause he often rises to spout. '?©entlythe dewsare o'er me stealing,' as the man said when he had five due bills .pre sented to Mm at once -Here is a veiy good toast — ' May your coffee andslanier against you be ever alike — with- out grounds.' Hint for Pleasant People. — If yon wish to m&ke yorseif a favorite with your neighbors, boy a dog and. tie him up in the cellar all oiight- They won't sleep for thinking oi you. ''Ma,' eaid a little boy, 'why is a postage «tamp like a bad scholar?' ' I. can't tell, my son ; why is it P*— *' Because it gets licked and put in a corner^ One night EreMne was hastening out of the House of Commons, when he was stopped by a member going in, who accosted him, ' Who's up, JSrekine P * ' Wyndham,' 'was the reply. ' What's he on f' 'Bis legs,' answered -the wit. * A deputation of clergymen haying presajfted an address to the late Abraham Lincoln, in which he was styled a ' pillar of the church,...

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GAWLER POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, MAY 22. [Before Mr. R. J. Turner, S.M.] [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 26 May 1866

GAWLER POLICE COURT. ; TcisbiT, Mat 1£2 ^Before Mr. E. J. Turner. S-M.^ Pff&rid fc Xenle was charged with a violent asphalt, on Catherine Neale On tlie ISth May. ^ C, JTeale depose! that defeW»nt,Jwho is deat and dumb. her husband's brother. On Friday, the 18th May, defaadaat knocked witness d nra. IT' struck one of the children. and then, kicked h's brother, witness's hus band. Witness mada signs to him to leave and takeaway his box./ Prisoner then 'knocked j witness down with g*-eat violence, . loosening several of her teeth. ; Prisoner came ont to thK; colony at his'brotherV expense. - He had mm ectedwith violehce ore, and was sent awtjf [?]

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 26 May 1866

'^. B-w ^^^ AjcMixaveK, Mouldings, and v' * ^. DIXON, -v fjllMBKR akd IRON - MERCHANT JL- 5 v'(iwikiNO oiiiffb^:; *- MUBBAT 8TBBBT,' GAWI.EB - . , ^ ; if 1 - -, bmbs for anylength of period ; Lfl3|B JBOUGHT «i QoVermiieiifc Sales, and MONET ADTA^CED f or pnrch^e of same. ' V SECTIONS t^ai npaBd LeaMd. - Transactions under Tarrena'* Aetatlow sod -'. '-*?#[&& wS#9t ::r''-'j - -'it' C th I- J- ' . -' PURCHASE sad SALE of ULND pad FABMS «cgoci9*ea. ' ' ^ --. ' I^ANS ^beted on Mqrtgage-br Deposit of Dtofi&Trii^^S^i^perty Act«rotowwis«. LOANSHegoeiated. :-; JHgl^^ltygggR- .-. .V . ? - -- B. i-.*e mtmj ycars' Banking experience and lnilin^l- at^oaintance with fill the formula ? oonnecfced with Sills, Mortgages, and Loans, will, he Relieves, he a recommendation^ to par ties doeuing to avail themselves -of hjs know -'-'-. '- ledge.':.-' /; ' ^ r Gawler JJew Post OfEoe. TENDEBuS W A3CTED. ' Easglaeer and .Architect's OiSca, Adelaide, - --V ?' ' May23, 19S6. mES^ERS for...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 26 May 1866

- nr^Tm - ^ j&c..&c. '' MURRAY ST^E^^©ii0rLEX. ; - Miwwi NmyBiACKHiari^ yaMtwaoHT, ar&, .? r-- ^l;rr:^|r^^SG(£N»iQeK^k^^1na(Lmii0d^n^E»b^p^m . . J- ^Icrpast iav$re,iaHl M^e^wrw devotee 3iis~whalei arf±^ta-mt6il»!B5)Sv«Est^lis!mifflit, 4 ^ {having relinquishedbis General Store, )he is \ ,?' -'= prepared to «»eut* -orders for ?'? WAGONS, DRAYS, SPRINGeARTS,iNEW f;. ;'. ? , PGRTPAGNELLS.- Src.^ Ac., -7 ' .; On the shortest notice an^^of the best Materials and WorVmansihip; . ... Reaping and Winnowing Mwihraes *S .every -? ^ : -construction made toorder. ? - Second-hand 'Roaning Machines for Sale or ; aire, ; ? '. .. .*. ?. . y Guaranteedlikenesses. BS. STACY has just arrived in '?% Gawler, after a 16 months very succea , fu\ t o'r in the large townships in .the north, and WaHarco, with his large and commodious PHOTOGRAPHIC TENT, xeplete nA every a^pliaace for fimskusg.ttie Osxtw de Visite style . of portraits -either plain- or Vig - netted equal to any in the co...

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JUSTICE IN SOUTH AUSTRALIAN [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 26 May 1866

JUSTICE IX SOUTH AUSTRALIA;; We feel the greatest reverence for the tribunals of our coiiniry, and for those functionaries on whom devolves the honor able aud responsible duty of administer ing the laws. 'The Majesty of the law ' is no cant phrase ; it is a sentence j wherein is embodied a principle 'which animates most British hearts, and -which awes the base and lawless portion ot mankind wherever it practically operates. . But, in proportion to our reverence for the institution, is our regret when we find an institution so sacred desecrated bv the iguorauce, obstinacy, or incapa city of an individual who was appointed to give it due effect Fortunately, such an instance rarely occurs in any part ot the world. Unfortunately, saeh aa in stance occurred in South Australia several years ago, and the colony 'con- tinues io suffer from the presence of & -Judge who habitually sacrifices justicc and common Bense to technicalities and personal crotchets ; and who, instead of admini...

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THE GAWLER MARKETS. Bunjip Office, Friday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 26 May 1866

[?] [?] so fanr and sowing, th^t they have l-een unaide i to c^rt any of lihe remaining stocks, whi^ tliejr 'hotd. . v ? V Gbaxs. ' . .TVheat, M €d. ^XJats. lio ^Lahand. -'? PloariEl7pertoD,35B.perha®. Brau,scarcK-2Br ? ? ? Pollard 2b. to 2s. 3d. ^Fowls' corn, 4-. 6d., per bushel of *-o T^. -|^-;,tWhertcn, i0at^;-jss to £b ioe. Bread, £lb.loaf, 5-L - - -- - - - ? Mkat. - ; -? --Vfyv Mutton, hlnd-qaarters, 93. per' Ib.j fore-' ^nartei* ?d.- --? - ? -V- ~ . ? — ' Beef, 7d. to. J0-1. per ib. Veal, id, tb ?d. per lb. Pork, 9d. to 10 per lb. VECKT4Bt,K8. . ? ' Cabbages, 6d. to,9d. each. . _ . . Turnips,5d.per bunch. Carrots, 4d. per bunch. ? ? . Tcgetable IVIarrows, Gil. to lOd. each. Cncamben!. 2d. to 6d« each. Onions, 4d. per lb. [ Parsuips, 4d. per traneh. | Potatoes, 7s. 6d» per cwt. See^l Potatoes, «s. : ? . . Sweet Melon?, 5d. to j od. Water do. 4d. to 8d. Radishes, lidl per bunch Parsley Id.'per buheli. | . Preiich Be:ins, 4-l. per lb. Celery, 6d. to 8(T per liead ; Fboit ? 1 ' Ap...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 2 June 1866

CATALOGUE OF Books of General Literature ON SALE AT W. BAENET'S, Bunyip Newspaper Office, Murray-street, fiawler. ? o ? THE following Catalogue of Books 011 hand at the above Depository will no doubt prove convenient to the majority of , residents in and about Gawler, of which it is only necessary to remark that the works in every department of Literature are of the newest and cheapest editions, also ih handsome { bindings, suitable for either library or drawing room, and that the prices are reduced to the most moderate figures : — Art Album ) Anxious Inquirer I Almanack, Oliver St Boyd's Astronomer Amusements, the Book of Adeline, or Jewish Life Archery Ar:: 11 Animal Kingdom Australian Home Compan ion Aunt Effie's Rhymes Angler, Walton's Algeria in 1845 Afflicted Han's Companion Alexander Bethune, me moirs of Adventures of a Dog Almost, 01- Crooked Ways Auricular confessions. 2 vols. Adventures of Captain Blake Antonina, or the Fall of Borne Burns' Songs and Poems Britannias Pasto...

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LIGHTING OF TOWNS. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 2 June 1866

^ LIGHTING OF TOWNS. Cf^wixa is & fearfully dark plaoe after nightfall, je^cept when the vfoqn ia of suffiQ^ mag^itudetpeaj^epassengers to distingvieh^v^y-^t^ect &Q& Sigh-, street. If any pe^n daubts the feet 4^ha|; enlightenment ig inquired in this to^shij^ ^deaypr to spire the problem p£ « descent from Church Hill on $ ^oonless night into Murray-st^et, . or indeed in anv other direction, fie will -^nd iiii^iself amid a ni&ze of fences ? and dark tenements flfom ^hich egress appears impossible, and j^dvice or infor mation unobtainable, until -perhaps abruptly yiclined p?Lan^ presents itsplf tp his unguide^L footsteps down whiph if rain has recently &llen he will probably descend with a celerity truly astonishing and in $- position not usually adppted by pedestrians. Jf the beiii^h^e^ wayfarer should commence ^19 jQuruey in the more level portions of tije township he will probably be deposited ope or other of the rivqps iphich inters eqt its b...

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SOUTH AUSTRALIAN RAILWAYS. TIME TABLE. PORT DIVISION.—Week-Day Trains. DOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 2 June 1866

SOUTH AUSTRALIAN RAO, WAYS. ' Fobt I-rvraoN.— Week-Diy Trains. ' 1 SOVN. I I Adelaide. .....departnrefr30 f 9-is iu*15 ltto 3-30 S-o Bowden. ? „ «'34 j 8-10 11-19 j 1-44 3-U 6.5 WoodvUle..... „ ? Jr« 1 8-2J 11-2* J143 3*42 ft'3 Alberton...... „ Jrso *-35 11-3513-00 3-50 54 Port, arriT«l .........jboq !»-45l ll-4sfa'H- 4-Qd 6-5 UP. Port... ? departurej8-20 -1016 12-45 2-sol «-30i«*i0 Alberton.... ioi» ia-43 W3i 4-34] eis WttpdvUle.. . ^ 8*S2 10-5R 13-6* «?«' *-t2ie-25 Bowden .... „ ? 8'40 less 1«5 2-50 i-50jfi-36 Adeh^e.... , arriwa|8^o ions | i-is stop cttolc-^g Poet Divibok.— Sunday Trains. -V ?' i-ov». ; : Adelaide ..departuret 9-00 i5o 3-30 c€o Bowden........ ? ? . 9 04 1-34 3-34 C-30 W00tU-iUe. ? ? „ 9 '12 1-42 8-4a 6J»» Alberton.. ? a — . 1 *. ? 9-20 1*0 3^0 61i0 Port ? ? ? wmsl. 9 -.30 2*00 4-ob SVOi . ' ' ' ' bp ' ' ' — — ; — - Port ? departure 10*0 j 2-20 ! 4-30 j e-3/, Alberton ? ? „ r |10V4 j 2-24 j 4-341 6-3»» Woodville.... ? „ 10-13 242 4-42 ? V I a-40 1 4-50 I 6-4, Adel...

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SUMMONING OF PARLIAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 2 June 1866

SUMMONING of PAELIAMENT. j Me. Justice ;]Ppgthby has pursued a long career of contempt j$-r- the colonists ajid disregard for the int^sts of the eolpnj, and he has now laid tfee^st burthen gf inj^^y ^ji^. insult on tl^t .patiept c^ip4- the Soutb. ^.jj^txalian pp$jc, but instead of br^ikigg tlje -bjjtftk of : the . animal/has evoykedjrti uplatrag 01 its 'heels, which j m$y -prAve. y ery inconvenient Jo ,its to?- | menter. J5y di^obeyipg and in^lting.the Presi dent pf the C^irl; of Appeal, His Honor : has rendered his reckless disregard of order^, propriety, .^ipd justice more obvious and his personal vanity and fatuous obstinacy more unquestionable ; but thw etrowning act, which will pro bably ensure the removal of the evil so long o^ta^eted ihe equi tableproceedure §f out Supreme Court, isby ho'b^mji |jh^ most Injurious act wmmitted ^y t^e fimctao^^ ^ll^ded to tduring J;he j^t f^'iree^' piping jpf trial of ' persons who may J-e iiujoceni, the discharge of othOTs without trial who ma...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 2 June 1866

HpiMXWAT'S OjtXTXEFTAliV £x»«.—3BEAT«'Y ASI- HEAi.THV.-iJrijeespeweflioeof' thousands, both at home and abroad, has amply desaonstrated the poorer pos sessed by those healing aud purifying remedies or re moving cutaneous eruptions, repairiBg: vloeratious, and rvlicviii^* fistulas. abscesses, These bidden evils fiiequentiy rob life of every comfort, tftroHgh the re iucMuice of thesttffeter to expoee Uis iufimiity. Hollo way's Ointment sup@«edes sEch dreaded puWic-ity by placing; within tbe reach of all plaia instructions for canng themselves, vrit5i0ttt nay daaser, ami without the necessity of in«ati-Hi?egjtfaeir malady to any one. The Ointment and Fills will 'likewise cere bad less, scabby rashes, and those blemishes which arise from the abese oi'mcmuy sad other ddcteiioiis dregs.

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GAWLER CORPORATION. SPECIAL MEETING. THURSDAY MAY 31. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 2 June 1866

G AWIiEE CORPORATION. ^SPECIAL MEETING. *Thubs»ay May 31. Present — His WorsJaip, the Mayor, and' ^ot^pcH|o3 C^V'; Jjoutit, Mold, and ! An apology for abs^ice was rc«.d from ' Coi.neiMbr Pinch, the 'reason assigned being ' severe domestic, al^so, one from ' Councillor 'Young, ou account of pressing ^ business. 'r- . i The* minutes of jhe preceding met ing 1 were read, but not pat fat ConfLriiiitiott/ ' His Worship,' th^ jCayor stated that the 1 meeting was called in consequence of what1! occurred at the last meeting iu reference to ' %r„ Tvi. i. ? ? ? fti. _i ? 9. _ -.1 mr. ru«» m wiuw^wva viiu tm uo s, occ„ i removed from tie unopened cameteiy. His = ^orship referred to the Toyia Olerk for an e?^Eknataon of Mr. Pile's communication. ' The' Town Clerk ^tated that Mr. fiile l^ad ? suffered of ihind at the | serioiis view which had fcetja' taken cf an act | in which he contemplated no jtart^^ and that ! - ilr. Pile was willing to do any i&rair that' the ' CoiTKftation might th...

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RYE STRAW. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 2 June 1866

BYE STRAW. New manufactures are springing up in every direction, and among the last, but perhaps not the least, may be named that of ' hats and bonnets.', We noticed that last year Mrs. Mealey and her daughter, of Fiteroy, had not only introduced this new industry, but 'had received acknowledgments from the Port Phillip Farmers' Society and the Board of Agriculture. Hats, and even bonnets, may be now seen in every part oi tne city made irom rye straw, and we can personally testify in favor of their wearing qualities. The energies of the above-named ladies have been somewhat cramped hy the small supply of the raw material which came to hand this last season, and considering that twelve shillings per cwt, has 'been the price, we feel somewhat surprised that the supply has not been greater. We would suggest to our j farmers that the production of the straw, as 1 well as grain, should be an object in future, i It will require to be sown more thickly than if j for green-stuff or grain on...

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TALK OF THE WAGS. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 2 June 1866

[?] (of the Vags) 1b 4tat ^ienv Col^'^^e to CS^twnJ Bag^t ,q» ihfi question^ of Volunteers ot since both would be req^pq^ ^ hg ^yere called into jMition, and how could hf have jfcluan.; that most men ' enter gejVApe with their eyes open }' lhat if they g^ld ;not open their eyes t^iey would make the j^gence of 'mm* was hand, talk is although .Captain fSpggjb ig not 'daft,' as ;aljegpd oy his correspondent, , 'onej party Co the correspondence is decidedly so. - ' ? ' ? \ The -t^lk t]iat the proposition tof embody a rifle carps, which shall adopt the highland costume, is injudicious ; that notwithstanding the picturesqueness of the uniform, and* the glorious * doings ? of tl^ forty-second, and' other highland' regiments, the colony requires as volun teers men ^ho, if occasion should arise, will show the enemy their breasts and not their legs. . The talk' is that the iss^e ^pf Jb^e ordi-; naiy Government Gazette weekly is a heavy infliction on ihe pubiic, prc^bly for our social pid J)gl...

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Farmers' Column. NEGLECTED MANURES.—SALT. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 2 June 1866

[?] NEGLECTED MANURES.— SALT. Ab we have said, the we* and abuses of salt are veryintdligible. Xt is excellent in certain proportions upon land which' is troubled with rust snd each like vegetable diseases, and as to some plants its influence is undeniable ; for instance, -cotton. New Orleans cotton will grow at anyjd istaoce from the sea, and indeed dots best upon tte-f^jad8 jbf IrfJUiaana j hut Sea Island coit9P-^by.^jr^he highest priced of all, and which will he lKe mainstay of Queensland U ene intena to grow cctcon at au— is good fori nothing twentymiieafrom the coast, ft never] will glow well in Itiverina, iu spite of the heat. It is along the low'chaiu cf Mauds extending! from the Potomac to the Straits of Florida 1 the real cotton is produced, and the cause is Ifce saline influence, ©o In other parts of agricul ture better known to us. In England and Scotland the feeding qualities of wt-il-d rained sau-marsu pastures sire so weu understood and appreciated, that they always co...

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GAWLER LOCAL COURT. TUESDAY, MAY 29. [Bofore Mr. R. J. Turner, S.M., and Dr. Nott, J.P.] [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 2 June 1866

GJlWXiEU LOCAL COFET. va « . . . .«. «. . 1 ' . . 5 i -. * 1 i . Tuesday, Mat 29. . HBofore Mr. K. J. Turner, S.M^ and Dr. ' ' * * Notfc, J.P.1 ^ Pkkguscn v. Hooan.— This, the only cau3e on the list, was settled out of Court.

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Varieties. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 2 June 1866

©audits. ' Ma,' said a little boy, 'has aunty got bees in her mouth?' 'No, my dear; why do you ask Y' ** 'Cause Captain Jones caught hold of her, and said he wag * going to take tlie honey from her lipsj' and she said, 'Well, make haste.' A friend in South America writes that he is now spending a month with a farmer who owns a thousand miles of pasture, and a patch of corn iasger than Scotland, while he has got so many cattle that he had to boil the fodder for them, in a volcano. Mrs. Partington is in New York. She went up from Boston as soon as she learned by tele graph that 'gold was rapidly falling in Wall street,' but after several unsuccessful attempts to get into tho shower, she is going back a disappointed woman. Tom Moore said to Feel, on looking at the picture of an Irish orator, ' You can. see the very quiver of his lips.' 'Yes,' said Peel, ' and the.arrow coming out of it.' Moore was telling this to one of his countrymen, who answered — ' He meant * axrah * coming out ©fi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 2 June 1866

t jaxoN, 4 ^mW and Iron Merchant - -aj»«»ino ©ua spot), MURRAY STREET, GAWLER. , STSAM SAW im.I. IN HIGH STEEET AN Excellent Sto-& of BALTIC Jx BEAmOJ^OO^mpaB.PMipfGS, ? Sixii^ 0®93^fflOii Half round and Q& pfallsnes, Down Piping Door Sfxahi®, Ajchfi^ves, Mouldings, ana . .creiy artiptein AH orders exeputeji on t&s ^wjrteet notice- $ E.BXXONT, ' ' I miMBEBANn IRON MERCHANT JL (Awsoiroi?a ftj*o sqpqt) MUKRAY STREET, GAWLER. ^ i ??? Uji. 1 *?'**«?' ??? /. - t 35. DIXON, 3MCUEEAT STREET, 0AWI«ER ; (A3VJOIKJKG OLD SPOr). MONEY TO LENJ) pjl large or small t , stung for aqy Igngth pf jieriod laAND BOUGHT at Government Sales, and, MONEY ADVANCED for purchase of same. SECTIONS take;* up and Leased. Transactions swjer Y-sxena'sAct at low and iked prices. PURCHASE SAiE of IiAND and FABMS negotiated. ' LOANS Effected on Mortgage or Deposit of, Deedsonader Seal Proper^r Act^px ptfe^wise. j JLQANS Nogociated. ; Money invested. - ?; .,£.? D.'s pjaay years' ^Bajafcing exper...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 2 June 1866

?;?. ;* 4 ;K?oqbc^*w^M^ -?May 30 i ? ' ?V^i^toSak^i&SBe iii^Bj |?^«w^i*?;J:3*^^-5« ''? ' ^Coomaff ** :' . ' Ml. J AHinga a ** U .' ~ V3^3^t*t®a(v^* :^ ^;^'«*r';'T^6Tl'C!o««p4*g V -* '. ' ^5 . . --. ''^ - ' 21 ? .'' :Vv~ ; -^:iH!®S®af^,'i^j:.':f^ 'r: x-^l|3f-^BK': '? ?' '- ;^.' - J*#' /'.^o6whj^^*^:._',*V'- SOI Aldinga ' BO ? ?' The above Steamers «H3y j«Bse^g6rs arid L *€axgo. '? : ' ?''???? ; V '' «3 J. DiKWEKT, GreaiSell-street. ?: M£RTIN & LOTJTIT, ENGINEERS, MACHINISTS, mi.T.WllIGHTS, COACH 'BUILDERS, Agricultural Implement Makers, ?? ; - ' ; &Ci| ^SbC« - ?'-...' £E^i3pBiEE» 1848.3 Machine and General Implement TSaniifactory, KUEBAY SfltEET, GAWLER, : : JOHN j O N[E S, WA.CHTKTST., BLACKSMITH, 'W' TTregT.WTr.TnTTT, ETC., BEGS to tliank Kis numerous customers for past favors, and as he now devotes Ms whole attention totheaboveEstablishment, (having relinquished Ms General Store,) he is prepared to exeeute orders for REAPING AND WINNOWING MACHINES, WAGONS, ...

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