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DINNER OF THE FIRST GAWLER RIFLES. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 9 June 1866

3DINNER OE THE FIRST GAWLEE ? ' ?? ?:» J'' Thejooepsbere of ti»e late First Gawler £ifief» assembled for the last timo on Thursday evsning. The attendance ^raagood, between 60 and 70 gentlemen being present. Dinner was served in the»4&ag'3K-omT-el0nguig i-x-Mr- Jaapioa Martin, the Qld ?SJ-pt Blbtei. Captain ? iSairtim M.P., oocupied i tiie. chwr, and was supported on the right by Surgeon Nott, the Hon. Walter Duffield, and Rev. Canon Coombs, aid oiTthe left by Lieut. Kinnear, His Worship the Mayor of 'Gawler (Mr.- Mitchell), and Captain Ogilvy. Lieut» Cleioest ''eocupied the viee-cnau-, supported on flie right by Sergeant Hornhardt and Corporal Thomson* and on the left by Seigeant Barnet ? and Corpwal Pemval. Host Young had pro vided a most excellent spread, all the viands : being the best of their kind, abundant in quantity, and in greq,t variety. The dessert havi^gVbeea put on, the Chaib Han read apologies for non-attendance from Colonel P^ggs, Lieut.-Colonei M^yo, Mr. R. ...

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GAWLER LOCAL COURT. TUESDAY, JUNE 5. [Before Mr. R. J. Turner, S.M.] [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 9 June 1866

aAWLBR LOCAL COIJET, j Toesjdat, Jun® 5. 1 fBefore Mr. R. J. Turner, S.M.I Febgitson v. Hooan.— Judgment on sum- I mors for JEl 2s. ' I Order for payment of half-a-crown per week, j -Jones v. SHERroaNo— For 17s., debt andi costs. The plaintiff was absent. J Mr. Lewis, ^ho ifas engaged for tbe plaintiff, called defendant into the-wituess-box. v Dj?fen dant admitted that she had said she would never pay Mr. Jones. Her wages were 10s. nftr waaIt rv* ' By Mr. Budail — Was paying off debts at present. Was complainant dn an action against Mr. Jpnes for wages, when the sum mons was dismissed; and-the present defendant was adjudged to pay the costs. Mr. Jones never gave deponent any notiee of proceedings until sne received the summons. Would per haps b§ able to pAy 2s. 6d. a week in a month or six weeks, but was not certain. Mr. Tiewis applied for an ^rder fqy impri sonment. Mr. Kudall contended that the proceeding was a vindictive one on tiie part of the plain tiff, and that his client sho...

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BAROSSA. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 9 June 1866

J5AROSSA. ['From our own Correspondent.'! I regret to have to . rec^d ^disastrous fire on Friday night last, % which the ?'dwelling and 'household goods of Mr. Michael Burke, jjf Eden Talley, were 1 entirely consumed- The eause ot th^jjk fire was purely accidental, Mrs. ; Burke having gone into the dairy attached to the house, and incautiously , placed a ? 51 _ ? ? ? J* j_I _ _ ? . 1 *1 1 czintue 011 one 01 tae upper saeives, oy which the thatch was ignited, -and' the . whole buildmg was spee'diiy consumed. I We are such staid,^quiet, folks here in the Hiils,' the monotony «f every day life is so seldom broken , in upon by any event of local interest, that -..we ape chiefiy- (dependent upon the newspapers for anything in the^shapobof a little ex citement. jBie late 'scenes in the Supreme Court House' have been quite a boon to us, in helping to pass the long .-evenings * in some on Jhe sub ject, and although we do not pretend to any kiiowledge 3f the nice, sharp, qniddets of the law....

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SALISBURY LOCAL COURT. FRIDAY, JUNE 1. [Before R. J. Turner. Esq., S.M.] [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 9 June 1866

SAMSBUHY LOCAL COUET. FerDAT. J tIN K 1- ' . . i GBefote It. J. Turner. Esa..S.MJ Lestkr v. JdAi-rnKW. — For^fi5 Is., on an un satisfied judgment. Order -wade for paymtjjt of per month. * . y\ Bennett.— rFor £i 15s. 63. Judgment for plaintiff by default. Order . xpade for payment of 5s. per week. '* Loadeb v. Bennett. — For ^1 2s. 2d. Judg ment for p'aintiff by default. An order was'! made for pavmcnt of 2s. 6d. per week. Botcher v. Biikmstt. — For £6, for three bags of flour. . „ . j. nomas juutctier, tne niainuu, staged that ^lefondant had from biip three hags of - flour on the 12th April, 16^5. The 11 -ur was in a b-9ie/ whlct? p'a'Htiff had left. Asked defendant to allowit to remain there, to which, lie assented. On the 12th ol Aprils when witness was about to remove it defendant purchased iu The agreed price was forty shillings per hag, the bags bei^ng gjven in Payment was to be made iu a month. Plaintiff had since asked for the icowy several times, but without success. De fend...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 9 June 1866

mTACiOGUE OS* Bodks^ef O^nefal Xiterattire ON SALE AT W. K3j&J-TSET'S, Htmyip Newspaper Office, Murray-street, Gawler. mius following Catalogue of Books on X hand at the above Depository 'will no doubt prove convenient to the majority of. res'dente in and about Gawier, '6fv«-hich it is only necessary to remark that the works in every department of .Literature are of the newest and cheapest editions, also in handsome bindings, suitable for either library GrJdrawing room, and that the prices Ice reduced to tne; most moderate figures : — - Art Album . Auxious Inquirer Almanack, OUyct & Boyd's Astronomer I Amusements, the Bo-^ of Adeline, or Jewish. Life Archery Arbell Animal Kingdom Australian Hoeaeeomp&n- ' ^Jion Aunt £ffie*s Bhymes Angler, 'Walton's Algeria iu 1843 Afflicted Man's Companion Alexander Bethujue^ iae nioirs of , Artveutefes of a l-off Ataaost, or Crooked Ways Adricular confessions. 2 vols. A^Yeatores of Captain Antouiaa,' or the Fall of 'Some Bum...

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TALK OF THE WAGS. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 9 June 1866

[?] J^|::V.. 'the MSwisfcry. jis^ ?;#? :!: :^4nittl' cation,; that tfcbjkon, ^ ~$x$ virtuous there shall be no morec^ikes, ^ $ ^;ij^?«ffi|w&: to ? tlve &a^:Ai3,ajmoat iraportiiJjt syllable — ^o?r^£tfe M^t&s Q&ymmamt should g3ppt the sv^estion #fMr. Strang - ^v%s*r»s to a seeond circular against ^ MviiMxmtitteape, they will probably make ^biUetfor the hon. member, yhow'ould ;I offend- ? ing uadot the eircuwstauc^ indicted ; that the officials are somewhat to be prfciodi oiv4he prlncip4o of 'give a dog af bead- name-and hang him;4' that if the delinquents -wore to be hung the punishment would ..not be -an unappro prlate -mei as. e\»n then they would only hjtv© *'a drop too mufch j' *that in such a owe the wtfortunates would not l^rw^ itp, as iu ordinary cases lot si&pqusion' aSthojigh they would reqi$r© to be cut down; that the Government would not adopt such severe measures . unless the offenders jvere reel-iy guilty ; that When the Miuistoyfeh...

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LOCAL COURT CAUSE LIST. TUESDAY, JUNE 12. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 9 June 1866

LOCAL COUBT CATJSE MST. Tote&day, June 12. ; BN8ATISF1K1- JClXiHISqSg. Schluter v. Webb. . . . .Popham v. DeCoan, Harris Hogau. * PEFBNP6D CASK. » ? Stephen v. dreen. Police Court. 'Milton y. Milton. ^Police v. Martin.

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SOUTH AUSTRALIAN RAILWAYS. TIME TABLE. PORT DIVISION.—Week-Day Trains. DOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 9 June 1866

[?] Post Tr«tt«u - ' Aa«iMd«,,„..a-^Mrtare »-ae sis uw iiM jiraeitt'* Bowden....... H tflt cit im m ait U: Woedipa.... » r*st s-a? ti^r i-as 3-*slss Alberiwa...... „ -15# 9155 irss *w a-ssjat Fort, awtval ? .^.{s-oo »-45 ii'-ts g'to 4~ao| s-5 ? ? ? ? CT. - - AUxsrtwn..,. . ?„- ' ism l«s», «'9*. 44« hi Woodifttle,. }i«* pft w-Mr *** . IPom JUvssmw,— JSuaOay Trains. nowN. ? , ftddaiaei. ? ? ....... -^arturrt i i-» V a-aa 5^! B0W«t«n... ........... „ SW V$i 3*34 630 WflodvtOe,.,...,...,.. „ w* Wi 342 a*«j jOberton ? ? „ 94d fso 3 -so s-sol arrive. a^» 4-oo chm) ; ' ? ~'7 ? vr ? . ? 1 yort ...., io«o i s-m «-s» Albertan ? ? „ Jetw ; t-u 4 34 e^« Woodvae ? ? ,, JiOWtleU ? ? .v.. ? 10'«- j 2^49 4 50 6-4- Adeiridfe..%. ? I 8'50 7^a KOBTH USK. ? ? 1 Adelafrle,. . - ... ...... .Departure ~a.W- 11.45 4.34 Kortb A-]c^de. ? ?' &M *1.49 4.30 lirfCreet. ? ? ^ — 4.55 Salisbury... ' S^5 M.20 5.0 Siuttblteld ? ? ? r ' 8.5® 42.33 5.80 Gawler Town.. ...... Arrival... 9.10 ix.s$ 6.40 OawfefTown...

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GAWLER CORPORATION. WEDNESDAY JUNE 6. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 9 June 1866

^CORPORATION. ? v 3 W EDNEST-AY JSSB fi. i Present—His Worship the Mayor, Council lors Clement, Mold, and Dcland. ; ' 'The raiautes of the fe^t iueetlog were read — auad conflroaed; also, the. minutes of the Special Me^tiag held oa the 31st May. The e&planatioQS of absence from the l^st ipe^ting, qf Councillors Finch and Young were considered satisfaetoiy. A*l©^ter yas. read from Councillor loutib -who wa^ldQtained from the meeting by illness stating there were many unemployed per sons in the neighborhood, and that it appeared. « . io the writer- to be toe duty - ot tne t^orpora-iion to flad temporary employment for individuals seated. That hibor required might pro -bahly -he procured at a low -rate until the Ihe'only plant Quired would be^ick, shoyel, and wheelbarrow. The letter concluaed with Kuggeatipns as to objects on which the labor might be-bestowed. | Tenders were cs-e9e«l -for making the road j ^rortf Mui^ny-street, to -fche Bushman Ine, from ^he following parties, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 9 June 1866

s axe ofWo vy LAjn-s\ Thursday, June 28^1866. 'VJQ^ICE m hej^y.givea- th^-the following A* Ao^-m£-£€^wn~^l^ for saMkby public a«etiG8»at$be Land Office, Adelaide; on Thursday.the^weftty-elghth day of June, 1866, at eleven of the ckwk in the forenoon, at the upasfc prioe affix^i^each lot Teepee&TC ly, -on the terms and oohditioEisand under the provisipn«-o£ an Act of the Parlia aEPtfsrefe ijlSjo^^A^^^^^pa^ed in iwentg . . «f Wast^^an^^longing to ihe C^ro^ South Austsalia-' Deposit, twentyper cent. Win. MH»m ^ : Commissionerof Cpowj» Lands, aild Immigration, Special Coumratv Lots, ^ County Stan%—Five wiles west by south of Anama Township, Hundred of Hart. Lot. -Section, Acres. Price. ?' 1868 « ?? 378 165 £177 County Stanley — Two and a half miles north ?west of Jones's QM Bead Static®, Hundred 'ifBWL- %m , S19 251 #63 County Stanleys-Two miles south-east of JonesVOld Head Station, Hundred of Halt i2M - aaa im m . _ . -'.'?jjI% ?? - ? ««??* I ... - *' ^30&trN5RY 'SteSTl...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 9 June 1866

Steat a to toom.' ^'V^' ' *Thq Steamships -\ J-:;^I:l4S-:i^' - ^ ALDINGA Anb ©OGRONG, 'Fsoy Aswaw»« . f|««llsC8)»mink - Oowo«g«tt May 3Qi|*AIdinga on May SO ' - '?-* .Aldirigjihea Jane - 5 Coorong June 5 Ojareag « « u_ Aiding* * *' 11 , Aldinga ** *' 16 Coorong *♦ w - 15 '-?«W(ffl* w - ^ - £1 Aldinga ' ' -SI Aldinga « '* M Coowug^ *« 3S6 ^ooroag « « SOyAldinga ' ' SO 33ie above ^Steamers ©awy ^paeaengeis and -» - ' *C8I!gO, S3 *J. DARWEN^tSW&fcJl-stroet. , - % MAETlW^lj^lri^ J v ? ▼ -JPhcenix Foundry, Gawler, ; . ENGINEERS,MACHINISTS, WF 'MILLWRIGHTS, COACH BUILDERS, ?Agricultural Implement Makers, ?-t 4Sbo*y ' ^BEstiiiife' and Cfenei^l Implement * % Manufactory, ^MTJBfisAT ; STREET, GAWLm fe- - ^oxrsr 70NEB, ~ 'JJaCHTOIST, BtACKSMtTH, WjUEKWtaQOT, KTC.i T-EGS to thank Ms numerous customers -forpastfavors, and ashe now devotes ,- hie whole attention to the sUtoveEstabliahment, '- \ (having relinquished, his General Store,) he is ? v ^prepared to execute '0#&ets'¥br J...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 9 June 1866

r 'BIRTH. COX.— On the 1st June,- at High-*tre«et, Gaw ler, the wife of Mr. C. Co*, of a -son. ? '®|e ^HUjiip. GAWLEJB: SATURDAY, JUNE 9, 1866.

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THE GAWLER MARKETS. Bunyip Office, Friday Evening. GRAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 9 June 1866

-THE GAWLER MARKETS. iBtmyip Qfiice, Friday Evening. Grain. ' Wheat, 6s. 3d. per. bnsh^. ;The market is', veay dull. Flour £17 per top, 35s»per- bag. ? . Bran lsk ied. wfeole«»le, 2g. retail. Pollard 2$. whole^sde, 2s, 3d- retail. Barley 5b to, 5s. 6d. ?:. H*y, ^ood Wheaten, ^66 IQeu, Oat^ ^5 ? . (v-'iss '? . ? -l:v ? -wrj Bread, 21b loaf, 5d. Mkat. . ^ Mutton^ hind-quarters, 9d. per lb.; fore i - ? -r /' : ; ; I Ji ' ; Pc«rk, 9d. to 10 per lb, . , Vrns jtabm®. '? . Cabbages, 6d- to 9d. each. ? ™*- Turnips, 5d. per buueh. Oarrots, 4d. per bunch. . Veget*W«£W*row8, $a. to ipd. eaoh'. Onioivs, 4d. per lb. Pa^rswiipa, 4d. per-boBch. Potatoes, 8s. per^wt. Seed Potatoes, Mis. Sweet'Melons, 5d. to lOd. Water do. 4d. te8d. Radishes, ljd. per bu«eh Parsley' Id. per bunch, f* French Beans, 5d. per lb. - Celery, 6d, to 8d. head Sbuit Applet 4d. to Cd^per lb - Grapes, 3d. per lb. ^ (Quinces, 2d. per lb. Fevr^ 4d. to 6d. per Ih, Lemons Sd. to 6d. ea^i. 1 Oranges, from 3s. to' 6s, pe* deoesu i T...

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Part's Corner. ILL NEVER FLIRT AGAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 16 June 1866

[?] [?] 1 once was really pretty, * j {®bat is theytoldme «o) ] Aa^eive^wherelwaadered lalwayshada jfeeaa^ : '.; _ AtaBjfeh^toapd pwtiea X heiii the highest jsebs, „ Bat sow ? &h,w*ll. no wtatter I ^ rfismerflirt agam. ? .SatlVoold— -- we&lK-inatt»rt f- ^ Tlkmmx fln^ ajgainu Buts^I^datlcaMj * ? '? ?? --'- My heart was gayand happy, , ?! ? ';. . ;^'X^^^|^Ri^!iQAjb$v . .„, .. .. . ,, „. . j , ^ 4A^4l£B^a^icnPQ»s raoMB^ife vMb - = V; ^Though they were on the wane ; ; ^ .. ;^ : ; Tm waxy now---^t re*8y 'S~ _ III never flirt again. '.. ? At lae&^ ^admirers : DiOK^'from ^^^iw^daietihexQasOBi ? - Ajfeall^ iaefeafei * ? ,;V* : ''-JtiaA saldf^as Insane: ' Ilanghed^ea jb^VbdSero me, ?: - .-.,' 111 never ffirt again. J-m airi-a© h«4~^ sore, sow v1. r .. a-11 my ynnthfnl falHiwi . .. ;, Are paid for-wiih my tears. * - An ' oldwaidT tkw they call me; Itgives ategsief and pain; . ,. ( - Whatsfaall tdo ? what shalUdo? ? ? ., Til never Sirfc again. — -LondoaHerald. i;

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ENGLISH EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 16 June 1866

[?] Ykiiui or PKOTOQa^pflT.*-A remarkable instance of the value of photography to the pvompt administa^tkai ot ^nstioe has ^ust Mcurred. A ?oonfld«tial ti^k hamedPafker, in the emjdoyiaeht of a swliftsman at CoVent jarden, absconded in Attgwst last, w%h it was Found that he had f-3J-ged and ea^ied 'cheques boths aiaoant tf more ;tha£n ^3600. He was traced to a iship wliich had, sailed a few days before for AastMflia; ItSi poUoe authorides sent oat by the mail 'the photograph of the raaaway, Mid a warrant for his aPP^ehenaiaa, wnion reanaed tnat pon bexore toe amval of ; the sailing VesaieL ' A MelhO'irne poUoe officer went on board, identified, and apprehended the thief. He cosfe8sedhjsguilt, waa brought back across the Atlimtno, was taken before the Magistrate at Marlborough-street Police-court aa March aS, and was cominitted for tend.. j A LoNX-ON VolUKTMSB CHAae«» TfftTH SnamoN.— The vohft&teer review at Brighton was the last place in the United Eingdomat which the exhibi...

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GUMERACHA POLICE COURT. THURSDAY, JUNE 7. [Before Mr. R. J. Turner, S.M., and Mr. W. B. Dickenson, J.P.] [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 16 June 1866

GUMERACHA POLICE COURT* 1 Tausfflit, Jun* 7» [Before Mr. R. J. Turner, S.M., and Mr, W. B. Dickenson. J.P.1 PmtcHAss v. McGoxnness.— This was a charge of assault against McGuinness, his wife, and daughter. The plea was not guilty. Alice Purchase, wife of Walter Purchase, butcher of Mount Pleasant, proved the The defendants hit, kicked, threw stones at her, and tore out some of her hair. William Shepherd, of Mount Pleasant, and Margaret Browo, a neighbor of plaintiff's, sup ported the icase, as well as EUen Jane Purchase, daughter ef the complainants Fined 20s. and costs. Sckulzb v. Bbrndt.— Charge of abusive language- Plea, not guilty. Gotleib Andreas Schulze, publican, ef Blttm berg, plaintiff, proved tiie charge, and was supported ia his evidence by Hermann Russell j and Ernst Pohley, both of Blumberg. Charles ! Wagner was called for the defence. Fined 10s. with costs.

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GUMERACHA LOCAL COURT. THURSDAY, JUNE 7. [Before Mr. R. J. Turner, S.M. and Mr. W. B. Dickenson, J.P.] [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 16 June 1866

GUMKKACHA LOCAL COTTST. TfiuaslvAT, Joke 7. ^Before Mr. B. J. Turner, S.M. and Mr. W. B. Diekeiwon. J.P.I Certificates for wine licenses were granted to George Smith, of Gumeracha, and Alfred Lean, of Sunning Hill, Chain of Ponds. [Before ttn B. J. Tomer, S.M.» Mr. Dawson, J.P., and Mr. Lillecrajv J «P0 R**kdo*i v. TippkT.' — For JtSSi 4s., balance of account for posts, &c. Plea, tender before action, andonhr £9 IS admitted. : Michael Reardon, of Cudleigh Creek, fitter, deposed that he agreed with defendant to pat up a two rail fence at 2s. per rod, de fendant laying the stuff on and clearing the line fear 6d. per rod. Applied for money, and received £4 on account. No agreement was made for clearing the Hue. tt was consumed by fire on the 24th February. Witness had 1,220 posts and rails laid on the Hue. On the 2&th 'saw a smoke, and went to inform Tippeit. Witness and his boy worked to put oot the fire. There were 780 posts and rails barat. Stated the loss to Tippett...

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BAROSSA WEST DISTRICT COUNCIL. MONDAY, JUNE 11. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 16 June 1866

BABOSSA WSST DISTRICT COUNCIL* Monaat, Jcnx 11. Present — -The Chairman, Messrs. Bevilaqna and Oehm. Account passed for funeral expenses Mrs, Schlander's daughter* Mr. Raynor, by letfcew, tendered his resignation, which w»8 accepted. Paid Waegner Jtis 5s*, balance tor roadmaking at Lyndoch Valley, ftt. Popham and Mr. Hahnell applied for leave to take a few loads sand ; granted. Appliea tionof tender at Sandy Creek school to have the xain water from part of school conveyed to tank ; C^erk to get it done. Received per Mr. Bevilaqua J5, first iastalmelit of subscriptiou ia aid ef roadmaking at Section 529, Lyndoch Valley. The Council decided that certain por tions of boundary road and road leading via Jolly To \n shonld share in the amount origi nally intended to be spent in tee Lyndoch township* as a. great portion of that is a good natural r^ug. »,£&&& fe^oomwunoate with mflnts on boundazv^Md and the coet ol sur- ] Cockiatoo Valley «ossidex^, aa^ it was decide...

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GAWLER CORPORATION. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 13. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 16 June 1866

-«»4« GAWLER CORPORATION. Wednesday^ Jmnc Present—His Worship the Mayor, Councillors Clement, Mold, Finch, and Deland. Councillor Loutit sent an excuse for his absence. Tbe Minutes ot the last meeting were read and confirmed* Mr. Warren submitted a plan of the levels irom Mr, Allen s to Mr. Stephens* cottages, and at the dose of the meeting some of the Coun cillors proceeded to inspect the spot -. Fines recorded against Councillors Finch, Loutit^ and Toung, for non-attendance at the last meeting were remitted* the reasons given being quite satisfactory. renders were read for breaking gravel as follows : — For the heap on Lvndoch Valley Road— Doran and Flaherty, Is. 3d. ; Thomas Farrell, Is* 3d. Heap No. 2, in Cowan-street, no tender. Heap No. S, in Jacob-street— -O'Donnell, Is. 2id. The two htajw near the brewery— Caltaghan, Is. 3Jd. ; Doran and P^aherty, Is 3d. i Roderick, 111* The tenders of Messrs. Broderick, O'Donnell, and Farrell were accepted. The Inspector's report was read. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 16 June 1866

dATALOaUB OF Books of General literature ON SALE AT W. BARKETS, JB**yxp Kewspaper Office, Murray- street^ Otewfer. ? . ? — ? ? o ? THE following Catalogue of Boots on 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 bo remark that tke works in 1 every department of Literature are ef Hta_ newest and cheapest editions, also in handsome bindings, suitable for either library or drawing room, and that the prices axe reduced to the most moderate hgures . — Art Album AtquossbwriKr Almanack, uUver 4 Boyd's Astronomer Amusements, tbe Book of Adeline, or Jewish Life ArrfKry Arbell Animal Kingdom Australian HomeCompan Aant EffleV Bhymes Angler. 'lYalroa's Ateeria in 1845 Afflicted Stain's Companion Alexander Bethtine, me moirs of Adventnres of a Dog A 1 most, or Crooked^ Ways Auricular aatotteM. t vols. Adventures of Captain Blake ?? Antanina, or tbe Fall of Rome Burns' Songs atid Poems Britsanias Pasto...

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