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THE GAWLER MARKETS. Bunyip Office, Friday Evening. GRAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 30 June 1866

THE GAWLER MARKETS. j 3h tnyip Office, Friday Evening. J Gluts. I Of Wheat there was a good supply in Gawler, on Thursday la»% when sales were cSeclcd at 6s. 2d. aud 6S. 3d. In other articles the market remains un changed. Wheat, Cs. 2d. per. bushel. Flour jEIG Ute. per ton, S(te. per bap. Bran Is. 8d. vhulmte, Is. liXL retail. Pollard lOd. wholesale, Ss- retail Fowls* corn, 4s. 6tl-» per bushel of eo lbs. Hay, good Wheat en, £6 10s., Oaten, £5 Bread, Sib loaf, 5-1. Meat. Mutton, hind-quarters, ftl per lb.; fore tturtm 7d. Beef, 7d- to. tod. per lb. Veal Id. to 90. per lb. Fork, 9d. to lo pa 'b. V Kcmm.su. dl. to *1- each. Turmps. 5d. per bunch. Carrots 40. per buucli. Vegetable Marrowy (kite lOd. each. Onions, 5*1- per IK Parsnips. -»d. per tnmeh. Futatuccv 10s» perewe Seed Potatoes, tOs. «d. S**eet Jlelous, 5A, to 10J. Water do. 4d. to8d Banishes. 1R per bunch I'jrslvr td. jier bawefc. Freuch Iksu^ 5d- per lb. Celery, 6d. to Sd. per head FlKPTC Apples, -*d. to 6«L per lb JVirs, t'...

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GAWLER POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, JUNE 26. [Before Mr. R. J. Turner, S.M.] [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 30 June 1866

? ? 1 - GAWLER POLICE COUBT. I * ''????T i Tu«isi»AY, June 26. a : **«' fflufnw Mr. R. J. Turner, S.M.1 nwMraMHi was fined 5s. for drunken ness. - i '?? ?' i ? vi- J

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GAWLER LOCAL COURT. TUESDAY, JUNE 26. [Before Mr. R. J. Turner, S.M.] UNSATISFIED JUDGMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 30 June 1866

GAWLEB LOCAL COURT. Tuesday, Juke 2G. ! [Before Mr. R. J. Turner, S.M.J j UNSATISFIED J'JDOMEUTd. ' Wilcox v. Fouth. — On tho application of Mr. Rudo.ll, the case was postponed for a month in consequence of tho abscncc of a material witness, defendant to be paid costs ' ?fxi cox ▼. ^Lurdiinijut Wilcox v. Churchman, jun., there was jtHSf' mcnt by consent. Wilcox v. Elshol. — Mi-. Bud ill, for def en dant, asked for a postponement of this case on i two grounds — that particulars had not been supplied, and on account of the absence of the witness a'kidcd to in tho preceding case. D i - fendant also pleaded not indebted. Adjourned for a month. No order was made about costs. SfiHr.iiTnttr.ir t«?i ktfe. — For _£5 17s.. balance of account. Mr. Lewis appeared for plaintiff, Mr. Tamer for defendant. Adolph Sohluter, the plaintiff', substantiated the claim by documents, all but two shillings. Considerable dissuasion took place as to the i prices of some of the items. Witness had not | himself...

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TUESDAY, JUNE 22. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 30 June 1866

Tuesijat, Jitne 22. Various questions naving oew ouu replied to, and papers laid on the table, The Chief Secretary moved that the adJiess to Her Majesty for tho removal of Mr. Justice Boothby be agreed to. The Hon. Mr. Straugways moved as aa amendment that the House resolve itself into a committee o£ the whole to consider tho sub ject. After a good deal of sparring, in whieh the '?h'ef Secretary, the Attorney-General, Messrs. Hyde, Stran g w ays, and Keynolds took part, -r. Giyde addreascd the llouso in support of Ao amendment, and was followed by Mr. 3i. Blyth on the opposite side, Mr. Carr in ' -iupport of the amendment^ and the Commis sioner of C'-own Lauds in support of the original motion. Mr. Townsend moved that the House tdjoura till the following day. The motion tor adjournment was seonded by Mr. Williams, uid carried by a majority of one, the numbers being, for 15, against 14.

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HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY. FRIDAY, JUNE 22. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 30 June 1866

HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY. j Friday, June 22. I Some notices of motion having been gtveu. and questions answered by the Ministry, Mr. Glyde asked the Chief Secretary if the Governnieut had taken opinions of counsel on tho question of tho removal of Mr. Justice Boothby, and, if so, if copies would be laid on tho table. The Ohiof Secretary laid on the table the opinion of Mr. Parker, of tho English bar, £o the effect that the Judge should bo removed by the local Government. The Chief Secretary moved that an adflcoss. L ii — ? ? n 1 1 ? n Hi I ill III i ii removjaorrmrrJustTeeTjioothby. Mr. Bly tpspoke at great length, ably reviewing the subject. Mr tfrigut seconded tho mofciohi iu a sensible and forcible speech, after whieh, and a subsequent pause of considerable dura tion, the Spe:iker put the question, which was carried without a division. Messrs. Bright, Cavenagh, and the Chief Secretary were appointed a Committee to pre pare the address. Tho following is the address to bo submitted to Par...

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THURSDAY 28 [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 30 June 1866

TnrRSDAY 28. A very small amount of preliminary business Having been transacted The Hon. T. Reynolds reopened the debate on he address for the removal of Judge Boothby, i ad s{Kike at considerable 1,-ugth in opposition tlie address. » Mr. Cavanagh spoke in eujiport of the ad dress. Mr. Santo followed on the same side. Mr.Goode supported Mr. Straug way's amend ment. Messrs. Colton and Dunn supported the Government. Mr. Sutherland moved an adjournment of the debate, but did not find a seconder. &lr. Pickering supported tlie address. Mr. ^therlaud spoke iu favor of the amend ment. Mr. Martin supported the Government, although he did not agree whol'y with the address. Mr. Bright supported the resolution. They had not only to maintuiu the rights, but also the duties of the Judges. Air. Fuller supported the amendment. Air. Wi'iams would not support the address unless alterations were made. Messrs. Cole and Coglin supported tlie ad dress. The amendment was then put and lost. For tn...

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

Wednesday, Juke 27. Some preliminary business having been dis josed of, Mr. Townsend reopened the debate on the iddress for the removal of Judge Boothby. 'lie hon. member spoke at very great length, - uid probably adduced every argument pro lucible in favor of Air. Boothby. The Attorney-General replied in one of tho ?uost comprehensive and cogent speeches ho ias hitherto made, the duration of which was ibout two hours. The Hon. T. lteynolds moved the adjourn ment of the debate to the following day,

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TALK OF THE WAGS. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 30 June 1866

TALK OF THE WAGS. The talk (ofthe wags) is that Judgo Boothby, next to using the invocation, ?*save me from myself,' lias nt»ed to quote Spanish, iwX exd«m 'save me from my friends that if the weakness -if his cause had not b een obvious before, his supporters in the debates made it Abundantly apparent ; that his minority in tho Assembly would have been fuller if his cause had been yood; that even in Ihe C-tuncil the rider of his minority could not benefit him, nor could a very skilful Imlcer put a crust over his delin quencies sufficient to hide their magni tude and serious nature. The farther talk is that since the case is about to be . considered by the Home Government all talk on the subject should cease. The talk is that tho Mayor of Ade laide's dinner in celebration of the Town Hall was an eminently successful exer cise of hospitality ; that the Registers report of the festivity is an elaborate and correct ono ; that nevertheless the ' talk' of the Register on the same sub jec...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 30 June 1866

HoUOWiX^ PoJEA.— -WlSB P8EC4.UTK»r-— The unwholesome vapours and frequent «k3b derange t'no awimai economy to an fmmfwgB wtant, »th1 porm-tTwiiHy m Hprmmctha health, unless evesy now and than the Mood fc* pnrificd, the secretions rectified, and the nern* restarting-. HeUoway's Pilk perform these several necessary offices with certainly, safety, and s pedition. Old aud young, robost and feeble» toaie and female, wiU find these EBi ift faiEng dcaaestlc remedy; not j® . sicknesses, bat also in the more aeriBWMj dangerous diseases which ipring froaa Mjgy* c£ earty gymptoms. Yet, under the jwnjjiy and correcting influence of HdUowsy^*®®®?* tnable medicine, the appetite iiiipui'*» * digestion gains sfawgth, tjte Kwt the kidneys secrete ahimtete aadhw& ». trinTwjh p rjfli

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

« j Wednesday, Juke 27. Among the preliminary business of th« House the most important topic touched 01 was the present state of privation aud distress among the laboring classes of the colony. The Hon. John itaker called the attention of Government to the fact. The hon. gentle man said that for 15 years he had not wit nessed such distress, arising partly from diminution of employment through th. drought and otherwise, and partly fruui tli. high price of provisions, and he called tin attention of Governuiunt to the facts WiiJi y view to tho eip.'udiUuv of money on roads and other required public works. Several members of Couucil corroborated Mr. Baker's statement, and tlie Coiumis-sionci of Public Works expressed the willingness ot the Government to do what they could iu the matter. The Hon. J. H. Barrow re-opened the debate on the address for the removal of Judge lloothby. He spoke at great length in a clear, forcible, and : argumentative speech. Tho Hon. C. l-onney followed on tho...

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PARLIAMENTARY' PROCEEDING. FOR THE WEEK. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. TUESDAY, JUNE 22. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 30 June 1866

I PARLIAMENTARY PllOC EED1NG J FOR THE WEEK. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. I Tuesday. Juki S3. I A variety of papers were laid on tlie table. An adjournment having been moved for th« purpose of presenting to His Excellency tli reply to the vice-regal Speech, a&d the presents tut ion having taken place, the llouso reas seiubled, vrhen The Commissioner of Public Works move the address to Her Majesty for the rernova of Mr. Justice Boothby. The Commissioners; speech wis an argumentative and conrinan' one. and expressive of regret for tho occasion The lion. J. M. Solomon seconded th motion. 'i'Jie Hon. John Baker moved the following amendment in an able speech, iu which h reflected (severely on the manner in which th Government had brought the question for ward, lie moved on amendment that a Selec Committee be appointed to enquiv* into tlu conduct of Mr. Justice itoothby. The lion. G. F. Angps seconded the amen 1 inent. - The Hon. J. Solomon Bpoke in favor of , the motion, and the Hon. G....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 7 July 1866

Houovat's 0»itsiei»t a- d PtLi/S.— Hearty and Hbauht.-tT1» experience of thousands, both at 1w»™» and abroad, has amply demonstrated the power pos sessed by those healing sad purifying remedies m re moving cutaneous eruptions, repairing nlceratioaB^ and relieving fiatalan and abscesses. These hidden evils treqnently rob life of every comfort, through the re tactaace of tfce snSerer to expose his ia&rmitv. H ollo way's OiaAueat supersedes soch dreaded publicity by plating withia the teach of all plain instructions for «aciag &# SBMhae, without my danger, and without 18» w^eessty -^ their malady to say oae. Tlie Ointmettt a*d Pilte wiU litewies care tea legs, scabby rssbes, sad those blemishes which arise from the abuse of mercury aod of o&w -telet*non» drugs.

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USEFUL HINTS TO SMALL FARMERS. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 7 July 1866

talSEFUL HINTS TO SMALL FARMERS. -And this brings me to the extent of land a ' farmer should put into grain. 'Many men think that the more ground they -an ran over with the pteugh during the season, the more grain they wiU have and the richei they will be. Yet how often are they deceived-! -If a man with sraalt means %ould be eontent-with a few acres, well jmt in iryhis profits would be most mate tially* increased. Yet many only think of the number of acres they can sow, no matter how. feeding that the season will prove favorable, and that they may not have less than their neigh bour, Whilst the grain is sowa en -the surface without the sli#itest regard to the breaking of %lod6 or the general condition of 'the ground, and often, ehoufd the season prove wet, har -Nrwed in whilst the soil is -iu a state of little -less than mortar, with here and there paddies of stagnant water. 'How can any reflecting i-mn 'Crei* think to^succeed in this manner? ^Jiny years ago I bought a piece of lan...

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farmers' Column. HOW TO MAKE AN EFFICIENT HEDGE. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 7 July 1866

Jfarmtrs Ctluimt. HOW TO MAKE AN EFFICIENT HEDGE. ] The whitethorn is the best of hedge , plants for any eUmate when the common kinds of frait trees will grow. As to, hedge plants for hot, dry regions, the facfcnB tribe furubh us with ooeortwo are stuch used in the1ff^t|^3i^lte^te.the lime. Hie quickthoro wilminS«^pteadi|y be Kfown fhkn A8**haw]l' istl^jp^le'bf A us- 1 ¥B»g in mm 'I wtr^ynnw yTi'awwffyii imui b^q attemp&Jir to ftftTO a good heege 4bagrot£Bd ghould^be ifthsttled^ar ^ren&ed to' r0& dwth of twenty intohm or two feet, ^ width c t the strip aboat feet ; and if the ?ail ttftf an inferior finality, a good dressing of Vdtfed nonure shouid be tunied in. Then sort your pliuits into three dases, as -the strongest should always be planted by themselves, rot weak plants and strong ones mixed, as the large plants would overpower the small ones. Before i planting, the tops and roots shwtld be shortened ; this can be done by taking up a handful and cutting o...

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Varieties. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 7 July 1866

[?] ? j -A- Maiden .Speech ? — Ask papa.1 Wbyare ripe potatoes like thieves,— -Be«tase ftey oughttobe taken up. Woman is said*l» be a mere -delusion,' 'but it is senetuneg plasaat to hug delusions. What sort^of day would be a good ecto'&r 'Bmmingfa a Cup t' — A muggy day. A doctor uptewn recently gave the follow ing prescription 'ie* a lady : — 'A new 'bonnet, a casnmere snawi^vaaa a new pair ox gaiter boots.' The lady/ it is needless to say, has entirely recovered. An attorney, on being ealled to aceottitt-fcr having acted ? unprofessionally in taking less s.' thai- th»-us«ai -f«es lre» hie client, pleaded ?that he^fcifl'tafcetilfcll the man had. He was thcreapcn hoBOj^blyw^juitted. Lamb-and Coleridge were talking together ?- ffla the incidents cf Oeleridge's early life, when li ne W3*5 ui vw vxcuiuu, an-i Coleridge-«%& describing some of the facts in his usuai t«ne, -when he paused, ^md- said, *'P*ay, Mr.- Lamb, did you ever kear-me preach?'' — 'I never heard yow '...

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POEM ON A PUBLIC HOUSE. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 7 July 1866

POEM ON A PUBLIC HOUSE. 'Of this establishment how can we speak ? -Its cheese -is -wiifey and -itsalfris weak.—-P*«ek.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 7 July 1866

| DEATHS, j NOSTHBieEE;— On the 1st July, at 131, Bundle-street, Adelaide, Susan, the belaved wife of Mr. J. A. Northmore, aged 36 years, l deeply regretted by a large circle of friends. I N ?QSTHM-^lE.— On the 2J$h June, at 131, j Rundle-street, Adelaide, Clara, infant daughter ! of Mr. J. A. Northmore. €|t GAWLER.- SATURDAY, JULY 7, 1866.

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Port's Corner. A METAMORPHOSIS. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 7 July 1866

%tttY-§onttr. a^metamobfhosis. How mercantUe anageisows, | In ma&et, mansion, amuse! I Love to commerce lendshis ipowsr, j Kor lender lool»aa3»nea. | Some versed in seienoe«ayc'ihat'«iMi | Dotheveiy eeveutihy ow J Assume new phase; and withoach fg»» j *Freahchaages*tiU appear. ' f gfce Oodg toiowgte each. tenn, |-eiinn | wnea tney «nx or menu* - ^ow else f»low4»!^Cupid lapse, I And-3Ia»n»(»pa*^u8frieadf J ; IteWin now ncVwhai he was i SoiMbvmdred ' life and h*Jp Chaago «©uld eoaroo f&rther go. -Is now ' stupidity?* Theleve^god nowis Cupid, leaB Thamaere cupidity, A L, aatO, and V, and E, Ijove*» title once disclosed. X now alone remains— SJ-, Are to it just opposed. «Grace, truth, or beauty betmd 3NH Fflrakaaaieto female heart; Gold hath %-gpw!iig art. A lady-with tea^fcnjowind poui-ds Hath twice five thousand ehlttmaj A lady dowerles^' hathgwmnda For changeless nasa« alarm*. '^Wifch -money, beauty seed -not For money will^prerail ; '?Ehe ladies must their wifehoodiw...

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LABOR AND PUBLIC WORKS. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 7 July 1866

LABOR AND PUBLIC WORKS. Although the late session of Parliament j was an exceptional one, and if s occasion of a decidedly paiufdi nature, jet two good things were effected during its ephemeral existence, in addition to the carrying out of that ' argent*® matter which constituted its real necessity. The minor of these was the resuscitation and passing of the StrathaH) yn and Middieton Tramway Biii j and the major good con sisted ia the attention of GoTemment having been eftectively drawn to the anomalous position of a community requiring the execution of public im provements being condemned still to require '-them, * wlrile unemployed labor and unemployed capital are abundantly available. Of tlie latter, ...which, is tlit^. sinew of work, as well as of war, there handsome sum fit nearly- three-qiiart^s of a ^million of founds actually awaiting expenditure, a sum far more than sufficient to take up all tlie labor at present unemployed. On Wednesday last .. Mr. . Barrow, in the Legisl...

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THURSDAY JULY 5. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 7 July 1866

Tituksday July S. ? Several questions were asked and answered, and papers, were. laid oil the table. The Speaker and members of the House attended in the Legislative CouacU Chamber to be present at His Excellency^ a^B^nt to the ^Tramway BilL The. House thenadjournei tiUTu^day, the SSthAugust^ - ?? ? i - . . ? . M ?*

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