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MEETING OF PARLIAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 16 June 1866
MBBTING OF PABIJAWOBNT, TksOSu^d Shmm of ?tl«rottp!i 1P9iAi%. iaJ *®i« following is I^^Yi^3ieg^^lpeeiC^4€live«fdon occasion :-— » ^siCf3/,'W A , ,.; . ' H°N0RA3I^ GBm,WffNO*THi: 1W ISWTTf* - ' f C^vvcqa. jlko OiNTuaotH «r «B Sotriss -v. my . r.' ... f4 il,- 1 ha,*eoaU€4 ^-tegjertiier 3»i P»t^v of the praeoat time, not lor the purpoeeof ioviting your attention to the &amlL bosineea of the oountry, but on ] aooowt ot the unforeseen exigency ooootioned b^y recent prooeeiings In oonnobtion. with the - admin^trotion of justioe in this ooloi^y, which; appears tomy GoTorniwmt- wad W W roquirejour immediate oonaideration. «??'?' ^rea«^y f^en tiuoQch tbe inQdium of the publie papers, test Crinunal Seesitms of the P^^idiug Judge to the Joag vetUed oourse of - nam%/ of exhibitii^ informations i* the name of tiie At4oi«^'(3enerat--whioh neoes Bariiy put an end to tiie Sessiwis, aod would, if upheld^ prerent the trials of any criminals whatever in the Supreme Court under the existing iaw...
SOUTH AUSTRALIAN RAILWAYS. TIME TABLE. PORT DIVISION.—Week-Day Trains. DOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 16 June 1866
? : ? ~r=T 3 „ SOUTH AUSTBALIAH j£AILWATSr TOIE TABLE. ; ? - } 1 . - ? ? ? r. rww DmsiON.— WeA-lHy Trains. DOTS. AddWde...... departures -30 815 . »?» i 1-40 j 3-so: fi 0 Bwden....... UI»1 1-« 13-34 5.5 WoodvtUe..... *-«3i9-a 11-271 l-52]3*3|S-3 :AH»rtoa...,.» . „ r»i»-35 n-as !i^e|3-»] 6-* ?Fiprt. arrinJ ? ...jHt U« 1M»U'«I:S- . '^1,;.; \ ?*?- ??'*?? it -. ? ? a^Mtertswi ir» . «?«- yaal 4-30 «-io . ' 8-2* Mil 12-49 2^U 4 -34 615 'Jtoqdrille.. : w -aa 12-sr 2*42 442 6-25 i»-3S i-w rso *so 6-35 Adelatde.... Mrival lic-&0 i-as 3-wii« -ns IWT DmaoK-Sndi; Trdna. nowjj. - - Adelaide ? ...depurture! 9-eo 1 1-30 3-3© 55J ? ? « »«* 1-3* 3-34 5-30 WoooviUe ? ? ? „ 9-12 j 112 a-42 siu Albwtoo;........,... „ s*20 I l-so 3 -do s-«q l*ort ? ? ? — ^ tniral ta-ao t too 4-00 s-iw ; ' - z : vr '?? ?' ? - -? Port ,.dep«rtttr& lo-«l - 2-20 (4-30 e-3n '^?flSSS-'— » WMM.12-24 4TU «?£ WoodrOle...... ? ? „ j«-u : Bwl*... ? ? ? - -itt-ao 2-jo 4 -so «?£ Adriaide ? ? ? 1B-3Q 1 s-ae j-e| KOBTH...
NEWS BY THE LATE MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 16 June 1866
UEWS BY THfi LATE MAIL. j After a eahn eomes a storm. So as -; a§J'lts'; t^h *^ practical Application ^ condde«a^le extent, borne out by the jffail which reached our shore «n Mon day night. The arrivals of the last few months have been eminently pacific and; unexeitinff. dithoue4i . i« »i.n - ajK)veth© eurfiw^ of paseiag evtaits, In fte then'dearthTlike stagnatwn of the political atmosphere of Strope were die -^;rned the elements of approaching tempest. The storm - -had not eom ope&oed when the latest advices left England, but it was then evident that * world-wide convulsion wa*- jabont to wwmHm fin«a no topfate&s mpwdfefcH : War between Aiustria *nd PWisgia Tffa« tp bb Inevl^^b. The Utter power had msisted oa the disarming of I Saxony, and Saxony W appealed to] the The entire Austrian Aroay ha^ been prepared for] 5 ^hile ; of course, professed neutyality, andN at the same time was believed to be about bailed Yalparaiso and ; inflicted great havoc on the plaice; Th&a...
GAWLER LOCAL COURT. TUESDAY, JUNE 12. [Before Mr. R. J. Turner, S.M] UNSATISFIED JUDGMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 16 June 1866
GAWLER LOCAL COUBT. Tobpat, Junk 12. fBefote Mr, U. J. Turner* S.M J DHUXUtrOD JVDQMSm - roPHjix r. Dscxajt. — Claim for 410 4d. Defendant did not appear. The ptaiotiff asked for a commitment. A tetter w»s pat in from defendant sfc*ti«g that hisgoods had just been taken in execution. The Court did not feel justified in ordering a commitment. At the request of plaintifl, the oaae was ad- 1 iourned for a week. ScBiVTSt ▼. Wxbb. — Claim for £3 17s. Defendant did not appear. Mr. Lewis appeared for plaintiff. Adoiph S«htater, the phuntift. deposed that defendant was a shoemaker, and had promised to pay Ss. per week, whioh for a time he did ^defendant's wife appeared in the box and stated that her husband was 31 in bed, and had been out of regular work for some weeks. No order was made. Stephen v. Gkxxh- — This case was settled ont of Oonrt»
USEFUL HINTS TO SMALL FARMERS [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 16 June 1866
USEFUL HINTS TO SMALL FARMERS Under this heading the Bn grip will issue a brief series of useful facts which may prove serviceable to holders of small farms. The pre sent and subsequent half-dozen hints are sup plied by a lecture on agriculture delivered at Armidale by Mr. B. J. Pcrrdtt Time will only permit ire to give a slight sketch of this highlyinterest ng and important subject, and I shall therefore confine myself chiefly to the growth of cereals, as that is the most important. First, the soil, then drainage, ploughing, fallowing, and sowing the seed; after-management, diseases of grain, feediug working «tock, manure division ef farms, and shelter for cattle. Twp things are necessary for a fanner, to consider before choosing the land he intends to eultirate, namely, «iimate and soil. Unless the system he adopts be calculated for the weather his -crops axe likely to experience, his -crops are often lifcejy to end in disappoint ment. That which is proper for warm and dry situati...
ASHWELL. June 13. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 16 June 1866
ASHW7SLL. CFrom a correanondait.^ Jane IS. i We have had rain, sunshine, and ' fine weather, and the plough-boy whistles at his plough ; but short crops and dear . meat has made a stand sufficient to turn the tables of more than half the farmers, but few, if any,- with an eye of discern ment, &il to record their downward ten aency, their onwara progress - must yet be a struggle. Burden after burden is loading upon them till down comes this agricultural structure— 1&e hopeful bastile of millions. lie overgrown wealth :of the'lStockmaster from the people's patrimony stands a mighty barrier against the farmers progress. The occupying of land for grazing pur* -. poses at a peppercorn rent with conees sors, is somewhat contrary to the old proverb, for its only throwing fuel into the flame. As far as possible eveiy class ought to be put on an equal footing. Let those at the head of affairs teU it about when applying to the mother country for her sons and daughters to emigr...
Farmers' Column. SOME NEGLECTED MANURES.—SOOT AND CHARCOAL. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 16 June 1866
[?] [?] 'iskoalii^rabk , theyearvandj qu^ti^ ^soot JprodWed M not so greBt as tol mu^HKn% not *K*r a glus« boeiv because ] bedoes a^a*ME»«w 'yeqpup metathor, - i ^ every snail &nber whb has^uccasion to scrape ^ chUMg^^wn^BCB ;. shoald sasc the ivz«mn^; a»i :1he iargar far^ v mm vbk t; ibe odtm^Me tome cvmot do : better than- to cootxact with the tMmney- : sweeps for . the di^pssA/of tMr refiuje. . Itis : ^^'.cqUedtoris«tf : glad to ge$ ,nd of It, and the w ef it on * - rs3h^^snui]l ^ lai^e ^se) is j toMMenit^ thoqgh iKtt «o much - ^dt«reM w IfKten*. ft «»u»*,bow a ligmd stj^te. 3So manures fn a state c3 solidly by plants can on^ abac^ them in a 4gtSli^BM'':tr liqtw st*2e^ , to 1/piek i Ktote : all - iiihinia inmiT previously 'redweed b^are ;ii^ ^ebdit can he delved from thkn. Soot ia l^bwerfal manure, po«aee8ing ammoaiacal aajit, -j||^n iiiiintli nil. and diaroo«lj dusolved in witer thereifl no *aste^ eown iii the diy the aamonia eoraporates. - - , Taking this ewr belief for...
MUDHOLE. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 16 June 1866
MTOHOLE. TO THE EDITOR. Sir — -A person signing- himself ' Busi neesy-' writing from Port Adelaide to the Register last week, greatly amused the Portonians by recomtnesMing that the present Comptroller d^ould be made ?Collector, and that the present Collector should be appointed President of the ; Marine Board, with a eood salarv. Thfe \ latter suggestion is not a new one, for ' Business'''' must have heard it made on every side for months past, aud if our cheese-paring Government had any idea of^ properly ^ remunerating knowledge, ability, and industry, the present Col lector would no doubt accept the billet for. which be is so well fitted But ' BusinessV first recommendation is quite original, and shows hiB total igno rance bf the matter. It is generally considered about the Custom House that the present Oomptroller himself Smd a I hand in that letter. : Whether it was so or not, the habitim of that establishment know that to promote him to the Col leetorship would givegeneral dis...
TUESDAY, JUNE 12. [Before Mr. B. J. Turner, S.M.] [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 16 June 1866
Toismt, Joke 12. | fBefore Mr. R. j. Turner, S.M.I Patrick ShomaJum pleaded guilty to having ? been drunk at: the Sailway Station on the previous evening. Fined 5s. Poiice v. Martin. — John Martin was charged by ' Sergeant Saunders with being away from his dray in Mm-ray -street, on tlie 4th instant. The Serjeant asked for the lowest penalty as it was the first offence. Fined 5s. ' Tbe case Milton v. Milton was withdrawn*.
Varieties. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 16 June 1866
ftoritfits. 'Why is John Bigger's boy larger than his father ? — Because he Is a little Bigger. The stoniest kind of hint — a young lady agfrwtg a gentleman to see if one of her rings ?Bill ©o onhis Utile finger. It is said fM eoms mothers are awn so affectionate thaithey give iheir children chlo loform previous to whipping them. looDg tten who would prosper is love vhould woo gently. It Is sot fashionable for young ladies to take ardent spirits. Hather ©ifiteult.— A manufacturing wire worker, in an advertisement, invitee the public to come andsee his invisiblewire fences. Many public unen eousider themselves Ute pillars of i&e State, reaching their high posi tion only by crawling. 'I am afraid, my dear wife, that while I sm gone, absence will conquer love.* 'O, never feeur, dear husband, the longer you stay away the better I shall like you.' Dobbs, the portrait painter, says that every thing should he in character. For instance, search warrants should be painted on ' tracin...
TALK OF THE WAGS. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 16 June 1866
[?] * wnmmm ^ ? t -j - : :'. '-. r# wboajre Tjnwfllingto*ubmitw the wrong ^^MrSipwp^feiiSa^g^^ -srisa*«»e her liflemten toiarajitw -arms WiUflkt j^Eug«jfcw. jThe farther tallf jjn & ^^^Vtalk is tW 'J^aqoin' w|mig.eci ! ^€wra^ifcer,4ud wKo ini^tiba^he ?ebosen, hate perpetrated * historyof ? -G*eW»i *ho»ald be imre earefhl thanlbq ie inqnot&ag the ©lassies ; that !in %^e j&%n^^tbeliiii i»sfc,he Scribed tbetwnently pathetic lypq,'I?% .'the! aarrwis c^T a poor old man,' te I)r. W*tfas, who, however great his obums to ©oetiQ renown g^oewuly,eo*M lay* no claim te tbat immoital work of genius. 3Cbe Ihiibertalk is that even graver ?charges will lie, teitk^ trttikr agaiust Pa^mn,lielumng withina few weeks jjusquoted ia^ ,w«t that sublime and . truly natitH^ pi^uctioh, 'Little Bp -^eep^i' bw rendering «f tie an mortai l«Jlad ,was— i ?. «' Little Bo^joep has loet the &taep- ? _ And don't icaow where to find t&exs. ; \ 3*et Www atoaa^e^eoon -m«e home, i i...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 16 June 1866
- n*fi^kDi AUi^tf-' J ?yBMM^B8gS-- ' V ? . 4 , JSsiria^SWK^B^1^ FOX,l*teof ^^pS^BatoL m^t^-wa.^a»w l^^l^l. is Inn^r the BEKSlPiT of mM^sssamtm -£ *** ?»&. «**&*&*; Arthur JW who ghail'«xaoate ik« said deed ?withintwo 6ate®id*p mouths* fwan the date thereof; and thafcihesaid Peednow lie* at SSSSf Creditors. ^ r . .t A jaOBBKr OFOTHERINGEAM. . ..'_ ...'.' ... ST. OUVER JQNBS. '' ij ./ r TFyoudonot PAT your Board and Issss^s^^^wt I i „ 1te»1^arl^ Puttman, TTISTTS Gawler eyery SATjpjP\]P, ?f. ,*m m^m giy^ oh «ie pr AKOFOBTE, VIOLIN, wdalso; inSJNGING. , ^ _ r For .Pa^c^^'app^at the-M&ee of this Paper, -or «t 814, Taamtock .Buildings. Rundle streeVAdeUSde. f®-cv ' m U 1 ?; -» '?'? 1 -? ?''' ?-?*?—??? * '/ Waated Immediately, A MEMBEB for the MTOHOLE. TETOMQ^iALS ef INCAPACITY and STUPIDITY will be required, as the .greatest, FOQLi ^riH have the preference. STRICT BOGUEEY iadiapensabla. NJB. — No Sooteh or Irish need appiy. Hay Wanted. TVpf?EBt 'flSfT, in' ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 16 June 1866
' : .-_., . &&&*?£ -V-\;,-,.7.i;^?^-^^^^i ' ^my. ?**- - : - . : 3. imtwgyr, -uaaiiri«u ui. ; \-'»V ?? . - - ? -«?«- «.*3»--»-« y-y.-wi-riBHffwr'' AT^L. . . ''' '^L ?-: ^ ;v^J| 1 - ?j ''''? ----- ??:.* '? j,*yg&- ?.'.-ix-t^ \*'''' ??tjS REAf^i AN® WOitfOWiXG MACfUXEK, 1\*KT I'AO NELI4 On the 3hei£^n*feroaz&Mt&feest materials -. -v.. -astd ff wtinan nli jp -?jfk. ? ? fTiWM)i% »ii WiwtiyiiW' Machines «f ewenr W ^^JgSgfm a^£g*tevf .££ - . Second-hand Boafnig Ifudtifaw? far Sale or Bbsfe;; - ?? ? '---: /rit\'3|0:ltipKiv; :C *\'. BLACKSMITH and WIUifcLWKIGHT ^S(M-a*0a3c 1^- - PATKKTEB A N » SOIS - Ibmbctenr -- of the --:-.:i- ?- Three-i'imow fkq|^»- WBKY 4e*c%t£aR «f WMIKQ Hi IMF1XM8NTS, on the eeirest priftcipie, «xeai(«iMn 4ke Aiart»tMtHe. I*e IfcifrAww Jz&QU&Qvm ie mt* «r -hk: ..., )BBSBS PUNCTUALLY ATTENDED TO. ^ Pbs»z r«aa%, - ▼¥ - «nd wWiifww.'iwi tfcah -Latjin Ajmiri«K^i . of PLOUGHS of all kijids. HARKOWS, SCAR- , XFI...
THE GAWLER MARKETS. Bunyip Office, Friday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 16 June 1866
TOT G AWUSK MARKETS *'1-, . .: -- -J. . . ? ? * ... . -... ; Bunyip Qiiee. Pridav Evenin£r. The foUowing prices of agricultural p»duce ; have been received from the Gawler Mills to da ' ;.- ? ?/?. €mw. . ?: Wl«»Vfii. ^Ei. per. tashd. Floor 416®w ton»m ^r hag. Bran is- 8d. wholesale, Is. 10d. Tetail. Pollard , 5s to 5s. 6d ^°-wi8 jaspj 4s- ^ 6d-, Per buahel of saiha. Oaten, Jte j . *pr»& mm,** a *-ni MkAT. j «JSE^»hi^rto*,: **? ?*' JlLi i Beef, 7d. to. led. per lb. Veal, 7d. feSfl. per Ih. 1 ? ¥0^-9dU ,., ? Va«WM.M Oniony 5d.per lb. VarmipB, ^d. i^r 'bttnch. rutKtQ«8, 10a. near eirfc, -* Seed Potatoes, Utei. Sweet Metefta, 6d. to lod. Water do. 4d- ^o 8d Kadi sbe«, l id. per baaeh k«»^. - - French Beans, 5d. per ib. 0^^«^ito«d.^r!||eadi : ; ' .; ^ ? - : : A * WSfiW, & to 4s l. per dozea. . i T««»^-e?3d. ferlh. / ? r ^ -DjumY p*o»ce*, ??.' ?. ^^ttei^ Ss. sd. per lh. is. - ; - ' - ^ ' ?' ' J ? '; ? '? £ ' 'v '? ^ ? V'5:1'
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 23 June 1866
! *C£TAIjO&UE OF IkxYks 4-f Creikeral literature ^oasr SMae at : W. BASKET'S, Bunyip l^ewspfaper «Oflfice, Murray-street^ Gawler. ? ? ? — Q— ? — ' ' TITHE following -Cataloguevof 'Books JL 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 in handsome bindings, suitable for either Ubraiy or drawing-' room, and that the prices are recluead to -the most moderate figures: — ± Art Album 1 Anxious Inquirer Almanack, Oliver & Boyd's Astronomer Amusements, Jtliettookof Adeline, or Jewisll Xife Arcbay Arbrfl Animal Kiasdom Australian Home Compan ion . Aunt Kffie's Khymes Auglw, Walton's Aljreria in 1843 Afflicted Man's Companion Alexander Bethune, me moirs of Adventures ofaDojr Almost, or Crooked Ways Auricular eonfeesions. S vols. Adventures -of ^Captain Blake Antouina, -or Borne ...
SOUTH AUSTRALIAN RAILWAYS. TIME TABLE. PORT DIVISION/—Week-Dau Trains. DOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 23 June 1866
SOUTH AWJCRALIAlf EAtLWAYS. . * e- TiRUS TABLE. f rowr PrviMtts,— Wcck-Dny TraJn». r- » , ^ ^ i UOWN. , , i iwaiiH* s«t it ^LlSlllEII SES; 3^ jjfifrj'-'- /fciy if h ,ww1-»s-4y 'g^ 40-351 JHft: 2«oliio ^*35 iA-telalde..»: arrival |8ija» « I 'fjs I a-aj- e^i8 Post s-t rasojf,— StinSay '^^5 Aide. ... ,, . . . . .dM» arture 949 iaaa ^330 i i5-30 Bo wftew.. ...... ...... 9HH l'3t 3*S4 V36 WoodvlUe. ..' — . ..... fl-li 4=42, 3'«3 5^4« -Mbertnww:^«'.w~.'..-,» sta» i;so 3-sq 5-so Fart............ ? ? RTrtval. 830 * 3-00 lJ*ioo l'COO ^ . ?' . ~vr/i ^ Port . ; ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? .deuactaseMO-W) h'S-30 1.4-30 itCSo Albion ? ? „ ,v 3;34 .4 « 1 «*33 Wood\ille- « ao i3 } s-43 j 6-40 Bowdoi ? ? ? ? ^ . lu-ao s*# A-aajds Adelaide. ? ? ? „ 1 10 30 ' .a^o IS-Qo jT'On '-sosinuKE. ;- ' ^ -j Adelaide^ ? ? ....... .Departure 8.00 11.45 i 4.34: Nortl* AdeUde.. ? ' S.01 IU9 4. $9 - «» ?**-? *♦«! Ssfisbuiy.. &SS 12.20 6. o' SudtbfleidU;... ? ,.i.: « «.So is.35 5.20 Gawler Towu, ^ . /Arrival . . . «ao 0...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 23 June 1866
' BIHTH. ' WARREN.-— On the 17th''Jnne,vat'-€bmler, Mrs.vGeo. Warren, of a° daughter. DEATH. HIGGINS. — On the 20th June, -at Gawler : River ,^Mr.~Thomas Higgins. Pie was followed by a l&rge^mutober of frie®ds, and buried in St. George's ^ Cemetery, Gawler. The Rev. Canon Coombs officiated on the occasion.'The | deceased had been ^9 years in' the colony. .H. G. Woodman aeted as undertaker. 3S=SSSSSS3BB====SSSS99MC=SSBBaMK3SQ53E3B^'. GAWEER: SATURDAY, JUNE 23, 1866. j