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GAWLER LOCAL COURT. TUESDAY, JUNE 19. [Before Mr. R. J. Turner, S.M.] [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 23 June 1866

GAWLEB LOGAL GOUHT. Tuk&daXk Junk 19. [Before Mf. B. J. Turner. Wix.cgs v. Chukcjiman. — Mr. Lewis on behalf of defendant ^-plied 'for .-an adjourn- : ment. Gistntod^ CNSAtlSgl^D JUOGMKNT8. Popham v. 1),e-j$an.— Claim for £10 6s. 4d. 1 Defendant was not preawit. ~ ' ' Plaintiff stated that he ha&ser?^ defendant with a subpoena that morning and tendered h,i3 expenses,- which be refused feo . Jjake. De fendant assigned no reason for noi iippearmg. Fined £5 for non-attendance, and com mitted for 40 days for obtaining money by fraudulent pretences. Hkijris y. Loo an. — For a balance of I7s.;2d. Defendant wast tint nnaaeaii.. Oiisn AnUwiil in stand over ^g: a ^-r§fk. .SliFeatBED CA8RS. Hewston v. tt-.TttJbiN.—Settled of- Court. Cowan v. FrrzasBAtn.— - For £i 13&, due on a promissory note. Mr, Ituvlall for plaintiff, SIf. Turner ^for de fendant. ? Mr. Turner applied for an $d&*-riugient for a week that tKe plea might be amended. Oranted. defendajit paying: ...

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SALISBURY LOCAL COURT. THURSDAY, JUNE 21. [Before Mr. R. J. Turner, S.M., Dr. Fisher, J.P., and Mr. Hogarth, J.P.] [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 23 June 1866

SALISBURY LOCAL C0IJBT. Tkubsday, 'June 21. [Before Mr. U. 'J. Tupngr, S.M.. Br. rWieJier, J.P^ and Mr. Hogarth, J.P.] j T»han -v.'4)AV.^-Ac-ion for JBSSlSs. 4il. far, mason's work. ! Mr. Bmrty appeared for the plaintiff. ' 'William Day, the defendant, ^was called by | Mr. Brady, artd produced ah -agreement, which tiie plaintiff disclaimed. 'John Headdle stated -Jthat be signed Tynan's name to the document produced at his own request,* but did nac think lie wrote the words and to be promised.' Defendant did not write:i anything in that agreement while v^ritoess was i present. Andrew Tynan, the plaintiff, deposed that- he com^lett^l the work iu accordance with the: agreement. James Pannon, laborer, and William -D«ty considered that the work was not completed. A verdict if or plaintiff was given for £24 lOU-6d. ATitcbeix v. F inf-g A2i.— »Claic: for ;^2 10s.: for Gourt aiid impounding expenses. W^liarn Mitchell, farmer and ^paundke^er, detailed the psrticulars of-hii^ cfkitlaV Verdict...

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LOCAL COURT CAUSE LIST. TUESDAY, JUNE 26. APPLICATION FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 23 June 1866

LPCAL COURT CAUSE LIST. ;! Tuksday, Jxjnb 20. -AP^ICATION sob FURTHKB PAKTICdiABS. Wilcox v. Churchman, sen. ' 'Wiloor -v. -W. Chvsrohma^L. - Wilcox v. Stately. ^UNSATISFIED JTJD^KRN^S. 'Ferguson v. Garnett. fflarrisv.Hogan.!! ffHlilra.il t. BukL ? DEFENDED CASHS. Cowan v. Fitegerald^ ^Stephens v. Elstog. ? W iloox v. Forth. 'Wilcox v. ElshoSz. vSchluter v. Kreusler. Pouce Court. % 'Hutchinson- v. Martin.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 30 June 1866

| CATALOGUE OF Books of General Literature ON SALE AT W. BAENET S, Bunyip Newspaper Office, Murray-street, Gawler. ? o ? THE following Catalogue of Books oil hand at the above Depository will no doubt prove convenient to tho 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 library or drawing room, and that tho priccs are reduced to the most moderate figures : — Art Album Anxious Inquirer Almanack, Oliver & Boyd's Astronomer Amusements, tlio Book of Adeline, or Jewish Life Archery Arbell Auinutl Kingdom Australian Home Compan ion Aunt Effie's Khymcs Analer. Walton's Algeria In 1845 Afflicted Man's Companion Alexander Bethune. me moirs of Advi-ntures of & Do? Almost, or Crooked Ways Auricular confessions. 2 vols. Adventures of Captain Blake Antonina, or the Fall of Some IpiHipfiiS Bremer's Works Bible...

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SOUTH AUSTRALIAN RAILWAYS. TIME TABLE. PORT DIVISION.—Week-Day Trains DOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 30 June 1866

SOUTH AUSTRALIAN RAILWAYS. TIME: TABLE. I*OKT Division.— Weck-D%y Trains. VOV«. _ ? Adelaide ? ih-pVtUH- ISO 915 11*1511*40 3*30] St iton-dcn ? ? „ m t it u-n ut 3H « I Woodville. ? H 7« 9 '21 11*27 ! 1-S3 3« 6*3 Alberton...... T*M935 11-35)2*00 3-SO 6* rtort. arrival ? ? ? B-QO 9*45 11*45 ' 3'I0 IH9IM - ? : ???? ' : ? -?????? -«-? ?? ? SM....;... deptttanfa-aito-is W45 * a-3» vao 6*10 Albcrton ? M )rt*34 1019 12*49 1 3*31 4*34 6*15 Woodvfllc.. 18*32 103? 12 57 1 a*4I 4 42 6*25 Bowden .... M JB*0 10*35 1*05 j 2*50 4*50 5*35 Adelaide.... arrival js-50 tons 1*15 1 3-uO s-oc- 6*45 Port Drvisos.— Sunday Twins, itotre. Adelaide ? .?departun. sw i l-so 3-30 &-3» Bowden ? „ 9*04 I 1*34 3-34 5*30 Woodville ? ? „ 111 111 342 610 Albcrton ? ? ? „ 9*20 I 1*50 3-90 5*50 Fort.. ? arrival. 9*30 I 2*00 4-00 6*0Q ? CP ? Port ? ..tfepsrturei 10-00 s-ao 14-30 6*3« Alberton ? „ 10-04 2-24 4-34 s*3a AVoodville ? ? ? „ lo l2 2-42 4*42 6-4o ; Bowden ? ? ,. 10-20 2'40 4-50 6*45 Adelaide. ? 10-30 2...

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Farmer's Column. FURZE. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 30 June 1866

Janata* I FURZE. We have often wondered that this useful and 1 even ornamental plant baa not been cultivated Inkwe in Vlctaria than it has been; now and then vou mav Me aa isolated shrub, and occa ^ m hedge, but then with more space In shape of gaps than that ' occupied bvtfaeiflants The funce Jj a genns of the evcigreen shrubs of the bOMfeiivi«ion of the leguminous order; one JMHHkinda are in diaenoris to lEQKtindani^HHMRtfihat which is known aa the was mtro Spain; ones of furxe concen ^Kja' In value of^the ^genus, upright-growing plant, and delighttWHHy soils; its habit of growth It m»wh morea|Wpact than that of the British furxe, and it usually grows to the height of «* or seven feet; its shoots are numerous and luxuriant, soft and anccnlent; its thorns, prickles andspinou* leaves are eo tender and soft as not to require much bruising before being eatable by both horses and cattle ; It does not flower until late autumn. It produces very i little seed, and is scarcely propagable b...

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Varieties. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 30 June 1866

Jfaritfos. Young Price says that his wife is equal to five fulls — beauti-ful. duti-ful. youth-ful, aw ful, and arm-fuL' 'Why is a lady the greatest thief in the world P— Because she steels her petticoats, bones her stays, and cribs her babies. On a person aBldng another if he believed in the appeoranoe of spirits, he replied 'No, bat I believe in their disappearance, for I have mimed a bottle of brandy ainoe last night. I - A German writer says a young girl is a flsh 1 hatter in which he is fried. ** Fompey,' said a gotd-natured gentleman to his colored man, ' I did not know till to-day that you had been whipped last week.' 'Be- gon*, massa,' replied Pompey, with an excru ciating grin, *? I know'd it at de time.** A pompous fellow made a very inadequate offer for a valuable property, and the next day for an answer, enquired of the gentle man if he had entertained the proposition. ' No,' replied the other; 'your proposition entertained me.' 'Whoa I goes a shopping,' said an old lady...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 30 June 1866

NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS. Our Subscribers arc reminded that the SocondQuartcr of the year is now concluded. They Are requested to remit, the amounts of their subscrip tions at their earliest convenience. 1 ' SMMHasr^tmnKsassssssa * GAWLER: SATURDAY, JUNE 30, 1866.

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Poet's Corner. THE STORY OF ECHO. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 30 June 1866

[?] TBB STORY OF ECHO. A)wt6hliMUawSA4 A»diww1 tetay tdh, ▲ favorite nymph of Diana, m»4nli«noBgfiMrii«aidtlli. JTcv, Scbo was mj loquacious, w«mga«nin(wvw|WB|i Xt aoeai that rite sefar was weary Of plying her voluble tongue- j And Fa aonj to aay, in additiaq, BendM her impertinent «3a-Qk^Mj|^^Mj HPp On having the ultimate word— A fanlt ao exceedingly hateful, That Jnno(whom Echo betrayed While ihe Goddse* ni hearing tho babble) PetenMned to pmiih thte auM. Said she. 'In reward of yonr folly fienoefarward in Tain yoo -trill toy To talk in tlie manner of others ; Atbestyoacan only reply!' A terriUe punishment truly For one of so lively n turn. And it brought the poor maiden to rain; Tho way yon shall presently learn. For meeting the handsome Narcissus, And wishing hia favor to gain, Foil often she tried to address him. Bat always endeavored in vain. But when, «b it finally happened. He spoke to the damsel one day. Her answers seemed only to mock him. And drove him in anger away.* Ah!...

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SANITARY STATE OF GAWLER [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 30 June 1866

SANITARY STATE OF GAWLER. Some weeks ago we had oxaaion to remark editorially on the prevalence of severe disease in Gawler, aud on. the efforts which were then being made by the Town Council to diminish the local causes by which undoubtedly sickness was increased in extent and intensified ttt degree. Since that time the evil has greatly augmented. Cases of fever have been more numerous, and the number of deaths therefrom greater in proportion. Yet the community suffering from this deadly infliction has done little or nothing to check its progress or amelio rate its symptoms. Nuisances have been pointed out, but not abated — con- demned, but not removed. It wiU be seen by our report of the last meeting of the Municipal Council that our cine representatives are at length about to adopt more energctic and com prehensive measures. The Inspector has been directed to search throughout the township for nuisances, small aa well as great, old as well as recent, and to take the necessary leg...

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THE GRAND CONCERT AT THE ADELAIDE TOWN HALL. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 30 June 1866

THE GRAND CONCERT AT Tlils ADELAIDE TOWN HALL. TO THE EDITOB. Sir — The above great event came oa on Tuesday, the -iith, and being one of the as sembled multitude, 1 take tho liberty of send ing you a few particulars. The gates wore thrown open at a quarter past 7, and then a general rush was made f»r placcs. I, being pretty good at going through a crowd, managed to reach just inside tlm door, rnd took my stand against the wail (for it was impc ?sible to get a scat), and surveyed the fin. 'onmt. Thorn Wii { ;i.1mmi£ l.f-0[- rtersons T-rc- i - .t, including a large number of tlie fair sex. A' n : .t every grade of society was represented, rrom tho Legislative Council down to tlia humble laborer, and all alike anxious to obtain a view of the show. After waiting p itieatly for three quarters of an hour the parf »rmers (GO in number) bandied in anyhow, and took their places on the platform. After tlie usual amount of ecraping ant tuning, tho show commenced with Uio National Antheui beau...

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THE BOOTHBY SESSION. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 30 June 1866

THE BOOTHBY SESSION. The work of the present remarkable session of Parliament is nearly over. Tlie painful duty which devolved on the Ministiy in reference to ono of the Judges of the Supreme Court has been performed ; and the degree of unanimity j which has prevailed in both Houses must | have been very ^factory to tho | Government. In the Legislative Council, the numbers for the address were eleven to four, and in the House of Assembly, twenty-ono to six. Members of even these small minorities took care to explain that although they were about i to \oie for the amendment, they did not j defend or approve of the conduct of Mr. . Justice Boothby. U nanimity, then, was as nearly att tuned as could possibly be expected on any public question ; and when it is borne in mind that tho liliputian minorities were '? chiefly composed of men who seek every opportunity of opposing and embarassing tho present, and every Ministry of which themselves are not members, the result is highly satisfac...

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GAWLER INSTITUTE. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 30 June 1866

GAWLER INSTITUTE. TO THE KOITOIt. I Sik — Can you (as custodier of infor mation on all public events) inform me ! whether or notamcatingof the members of the Gawler Institute took place on tho third Monday of April last. I am under the impression that no such meeting was held — and if so, why ? — an I iiud bv referring to the second clause of the seventh rule of said insti tution, that — ' There shall be at least two general meetings of members in every year, which shall be held rcspce - tively on the third Monday of October, and third Monday of April in cach year when the half-yearly reports of tho committee and auditors tmsll be sub mitted to the members.' It appears to me that the committee mxit be fast asleep, thu^to reader them . , _ _ i solves culpable of such peetniug neglect ; aud 1 would humbly suggest that another committee be appointed, invested with power lt» kt*»p the present oue awake to a sense of their duty. ; I am, Sir, voUrs &c., A SUBSCRIBER^ 1/Ihcrc is ju...

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NEW PRINCESS FOR ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 30 June 1866

NEW PRINCESS FOR ENGLAND. One of those strange claims to royalty or nobility which have from time to time been made in England, as well as else where, has just been preferred in tho former country. A Mrs. Lavinia Ryvcs asserts that she is legally entitled to the position of a Princess lioyal of England. She rests her claim on documentary evidence, that when the Duke of Cumber laud, brother of George III., married Lady Anne Horton, he had a wifo living named Olive AVilmot to whom he had then been married four years ; that the marriage in question was a legal although a private one, and that elie, tiie claimant, is the legitimate result of that marriage. The documents produced to substantiate this claim bear the signatures, among others, ot' Lord Chatham, Lord Warwick, aud Lord Archer; and there is a patent of nobility to be produced, which conferred oil Olive Wilinot, when a child the title of Duchess of Lancaster. A great number of other documents are forthcoming, including one whic...

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GAWLER CORPORATION. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 27. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 30 June 1866

GAWLEB CORPORATION. Wednesday. June 27. i _ Present — His Worship the Mayor, Coun cillors Clement, Mold* Finch, Young, Loutit, and Dchmd. His Worship read a letter from the Town Clerk, asking to be excused from attendance, on account of urgent business. In tho absence of the Town Clerk, His Worship read the minutes of the last meeting, which w ~c confirmed. A lctt-er was read from Mr. William Wincey, asking permission to make a shallow spoon drain from his premises in Tod-street, to the river. The application was not entertained. A letter was re:ul from Mis. Magarey calling attention to th;; state of Cameron-street ; and the existence of a rubbish hole on the bank of the river, and asking for some improvement of the former. Councillor Clement moved 'That Mrs. Magarey 'a letter be handed to the Public ?Works Committee, an „ that they bo requested to level the rubbish complained of, so that the surface water shall pass over it into the river, taking ca~ ^ to bank up the edge of the ri...

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PORT GAWLER. June 28th. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 30 June 1866

PORT GAWLER. fFrom our own Correspondent.'] June 2Sth. The abundant rains that we have had lately have raised the spirits of the farmers iu this part, all of whom have now done sowing for this season, with hopes of as good return next -year, as the crops generally look well. There is at last some hone of oar vet getting our loug-talked-of P«rt, as the District Oouucil has got the work iu hand. The Government have hando over the money to them for expenditure, so it is likely now to be completed, which will bc a great boon to many, making the cartage easier and bringing the market to their doors, as buyers arc sure to build immediately they can do so. The Loyal Virginia Lodge MU. held their quarterly meeting on the 26th instant, when the usual routine of business was gone through, a:id the report read by the secretary slmwol that the Lodge numbers near seventy mem bers, mid that there was not .a single case of sickness during the quarter re* ported Our A gricnltnrai Society held a mee...

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LOCAL COURT CAUSE LIST TUESDAY, JULY 3. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 30 June 1866

LOGAli COTTKT CAUSSOTP. i '-TmtsnAr, Jcti 3.^:'* ; 1 ArfLlCATICnt'WJ® VUBTlTEU r aM'Mlii UBS. MitcbsB ▼. Sedgley. C2-SATISKED JUIKS1IENT. Barrow t. Barker. DEFEKDB0 CASE. Potter v. Mackay. Police Court. Hutchinson v. Martin. Hutchinson v. Field.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 30 June 1866

Congregational SnucUy School fPHB ANNIVERSARY SERVICES ; :;rgWv J.X^ South A^stzaliiui Banking Coapany. rIS BANK will be CLOSED THIS DAY (SATURDAY), ^Oth iMU, for Qh) Half-jfGM^Baluce d Aoooanta. - J. A.BUCHAN, Manager. Chnrlcr^sardJaii^lHee. Port Gawler and Virginia Agricultural Society. /THE ANNUAL PLOUGHING A MATCH, and SHOW OF STOCK will takeplaoe oa THURSDAY* July 25. 1 Uw liirt of PRIZE8, «nd IkAw particu- 1 iMariU^^inafefcarcadvtttis^aimt. IL GXLKS, Secretuy, Wanted BY TWO or THREE YOUNG MEN engaged ui imtnneds. FURNISHED APARTMENTS villi ATTENDANCE. Address. stating terms, to A. B. £mjw Offoe. For Sale, FIREWOOD, cut ia short lengths, IMee 1Gb. per ton delivered in Gawler Town. Apply at the Saw Mill, Willaston. €9-o Chaffed Hay for Sale- JOSEPH YOUNG, of the OLD SrGT INN, Murray-street, Gawler, tits made arrangements by which he vill have COX ST A NTL Y ON SALE at )ii« premises CHAVFKD IIAY of the best Quality and at LOWEST MAKKKT FKICE. C8-c District of Mudla Wirra. NOTICE....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 30 June 1866

% ^ - 1 Steam to Melbourne. [ TABjQE ^o SOUil JONEJI \ I * 5!he Steanwhipa _ \ f A&DIKGA *xo -300B0NG. \ 1 'V, TwncAnstAios. FwwiMw^ooRN*. \| r -&«««-* ¥v 30 Aiding* ion Mro 301 Aiding* on Juno 5 Cooiong « Juno 51 tJoorong ~ ' 11 Aiding? « « ill .Aldinga * M 16 Cottons'* ' 151 Cwwng' ' 81 Aldinga « « 21 1 .iUiOfift ' ' -86 Coorong « « 261 J dWHMOg * ?'* „. 30 AMinmt « « aol , , Tha above Steamers carry passengers and J -*. ? . .. J, 89 J. DJJtWENT,GimfeU-ftw«t | T mabtin * loxttit, j ' Phoenix foundry, Gawler. f , ENGINEERS* MACHINISTS, | = MILLWRIGHTS, COACH BUILDER8, J Agricultural Implement Makers,] &e.*&c.' J [Established 1848,] I] Machine and General Implement I ? Manufectorv^ I MURRAY STREET, GAWLErJ '?/ JOHN JONES, |- : Machinist, BiackwrSi WanwsKBr, *tc„ | 'pBGrS to thank lus numerous customers j JD to rpast favors, and as he sow devotes 1 lus whole attention to the above Establishment, I (having relinquished his General Store,) he Is | prepar...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 30 June 1866

BIRTHS. WINCEY.— On the *)th insW aft Gawier, the wife of Mr. W« P. Wincey, of & daughter. MARTIN.— On tho «Hh Inst*, at Gawler, tho wiio of Mr. fi. Martin of a daughter.

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