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THE STOMACH QUESTION. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 7 July 1866

THE STOMACH QUESTION. The Boothby -question is virtually settled. The amendment of the Con stitution question, and several others, have yet to come on. The stomach question differs from all others, past, i present, or future, inasmuch as it never loses interest-, and as far as a community I * ? ? J ? ? ? i. ? 'n. 1,1 I is roaeeriieu, ±z utntfr virtually serried. It is a question, too, which comes home to the bosom, or very near it, of every man, woman, and child, in every country on the face of the globe. As far as South Australia is concerned, this all important question never pressed more heavily on the industrious portion of the community than, at the present moment. The ruling prices of provisions exorbitantly high, even when all existing causes for trill prices are taken intb account ; and because such is the faef,. other ? needful articles of consumption are dear in proportion. This result, in many instances arises from some such process of mercantile logic as the follow ing —...

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Wednesday, July 4. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 7 July 1866

Wednesday. July 4. Some questions having been proposed and replied to The Hon; T. Reynolds made a long speech en the' labor and Public Works question, -wherein he reflected on the firm to which the Commissioner of Public Works belongs. The Chief Secretary vindicated the conduct of Messrs. English & Brows. Messrs. Santo, Townsend, Bright, Neales, and others took part in the debate, and ? aiil. allowed the desirability of pushing on Public Works. Mr. Reynolds proposed a formal motion for adjournments which was negatived. Some business of little public importance having been transacted, the House adjourned till Thursday.

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NOMINATIONS FOR THE DERBY AND ST. LEGER. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 7 July 1866

NOMINATIONS FOR THE DERBY AND ST. LEGER. The nominations for the Derby and St. Lcger, 186G-7 are as follows:— 1-EKBY. W. G errardVb fSunbearfc (South Australian) H. L. Roe's b f Modesty (Premier). H. B. Hughe's be Abbess (Croupier). H. B. Hughe's b c Susan (Croupier)* H. B. Hughe's brc Trinket (Ronconi). H. B. Hfcghe's brc Minnie fRoheom). : H. B. Hughe's br f Sugar (Ronconi). H. B. -Hughe' s b c Kicker (Ronconi). H. B. Hughe's br f No. ll (Ronconi). H. B. Hughe's b c No. (Ronconi). H. B. Hiiglie's be 'Dinak '(Ronconi). H. B. Hughe's brc Venus (Ronconi). C. B. Fisher s br f Omen ^Fisherman). C. B. Fisher's brc Juliet (Fisherman). C. B. Fisher's bf Eose de Florence (Fisher man). j 5 C. B. Fisher's bf Nlghtligfet (Fishereum). J. W. Gloeson's br c Blaeebtrd (Rarey). O. Adcock's br f AKee Copely (Touchstone). O. Adcock's br e Dam by Flatcatcher. ' J. Gilbert's b c Lightning ^Sweet William). R. Holland's bk f Lightfeot (Flatcatcher). R. Hollands bf Miss Pope (Fiatcatcher). 'P. B. *Cogiin...

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

Tkubsday, July 5. The 'Hon. J. H. Barrow asked if the Coin- 1 -raissioner of Public Works knew that great j delay sometimes occurred at . the Audit Office ! in passing accounts, aiid if aaiy remedy was 1 anfeKded, . .. i | The Commissioner admitted the fact, and 1 stated that the delays arose from the system 1 of returning a whole set of accounts if the j slightest error was detected in one. The Hon. J. H. Barrow proposed a formal motion in order to give members of tha House ' an opportunity to express their opinions on so inconvenient a system The Hon. H. Ayers thought that the blame lay~with the heads of departments wlio some times sent in the accounts in an incomplete state. The Hon. C. Bcnney could n£ver understand why the passing of forty-'aine accounts should j be delayed because there was some inaccuracy in a fiftieth. | An opinios. was generally expressed that the j system required alteration. : j ' The Hon. John Baker, in reference to a letter ratt«& by Mr. Playford...

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PARLIAMENTARY PROCEEDINGS FOR THE WEEK. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. TUESDAY, JULY 3. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 7 July 1866

TARIiAMENTARY PROCEEDINGS FOB TBEWEEK. ?- LEGISLATIVE ^COTJNCJIj. . : Tuesday, Jdi.t 3. ' '' §ome intvoduetoiy M»m despatched, the Council w&nt into^{^jL»mjfctOe, and the address to Her Majesty for the removal of Judge 'Jioothtyr . wSa read, iVeiy : great amount of discussion tookplaceyn tlie ^Keveral clauses, and some divisions took- place i ^lie ja^wepqg - speakers i#®!.'Hfch© ;- Boothby side ivane Hons. John Haker. and S Davenport. The result sras that the address Iras ftovpiiul CTnoph* TheSteathalbynaiid Jliddleton Tramway . ,3|iU ' .. The Hon. Jt lt, Barrow gave tli€s following important notice of motion for Wednesday '?That', in the bpinion^of this Council, the present eir-i urns taiices of the working popula tion call for; the prompt and careful attention of the Executive, and that' no mp»e immi grants should be ordered uiitil the Govern ment. have inade full enquiry into the whole question of labor, employment, ajid w&gest and have satisfied themselves that i...

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WEDNESDAY, JULY 4. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 7 July 1866

Wednesday, Jcxy 4. After soule conversation in reference to the ' Natives of Yorke's Peninsula, . The Hon. T. H. Barrow proceeded with the Motion on the Labor question of which he had given notice. He made an able speech, atiu the, motion was seconded' by the Hon. H. Avers. The Commissioner of Public Works (Mr. . English) agreed in the maiu with the mover, and entered . into a- personal explanation which appeared to he satisfactory to the House. Tlie resignation of the Hc'n. T. M. Solomon was read. The Standing Orders were suspended to ^drnit of the Stratlialbyn Tramway Bill, being 1 carried-through all its stages. The Bill was accordingly passetL j The Hon. S. Davenport moved for the pro- ' duction of details respecting the Savings i Bank. The Hon. T. Baker seconded the motion ] which w as carr?e I. j

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 7 July 1866

1 Gawler Institute. , AMATEUR DRAMAHC PERFORMANCE. » i - ? * t mifE AMATEUR DRAMATIC PER 1 -JL 'PQEM A^NCE in AM\}f Hie iKmds of ? 'the Institute will take place shortly. - . ? Particulars will 'be aamouiced rin a, future 'advertisement. - */ ; ' * _ W.R.I«EWI§,„ j - . ? : . ... ?_ Hon. Secretary. ? ;v ? ?/: fewte ?. . ^ ?. JpHE^iATE.MBMBISilS of tlil above ! j[f ^JCOMPACT Trill BINE at «*} OLD - HOT^li, Gawlefr, oniTJIDAY nest, the 13 th ihst. . Diiiacr aa'tlie table' &if halt-past 6. | Those members who have not paid up tlieS^S : * subscriptions will not be allowed to participate' '5 in the ^sifcsalortKe funds. Tickets to be had of tiie OiEcers of the' -Jomp!my. ? ? .?*'??- . .. . ' Tickets' not transferable. . i ^JAMES OGILVY, Captein. ;. - Annual Ploughing Match and - 'l Show of Entire Horses. fHE Gaoler Agricultural And Horti cnlfcural Socie#e PLOUGHIKGm^eH and SHO W ofEN'lTRE HORSES, &c.,=willbo lieldMn Mr.f iSiggs, . teltuaie about two ^tmles frefsn Gawler, on...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 7 July 1866

'Machine - STREET, 'GJ^WJiBR : ' from® .., ? MACHIN18T, W!kU4U.W*iattT, W*V ;^r '(having relito^tawhieKl hi8G^eralfHor©,)'he vt Tprep^ed tbetecatte'ttrfeis^or ,.. ., ^EAPiNG&i^WNNOlfriNG J WAGONS, 'DR&YS,^PBING C#&TS, N£W PORtPAGNELtS, &c.,^ *Oa the^Srt^ttotftf^ and erf theWtntiiWrials , V:*Sro WttAntfiwhip. Tttfrniug^^tttfi^ Hafclutt^bt ^very -COnstxaeti^J^fc%b ox«ter. S«^d-fcatod lieaping ^Sfcrthifce® ffeir 'We or ^Bire. ' Kxwnr * lotrs-ft, : SPhtBi lis gontiSry, ^Nrtrl«. ; ENGINEERS, iUCBdm^S, COACH *ftjILDfiRS, , ' v-- ? W* . '-^9*^9^* .' './?', i Ai &3$& ^FouM^ry, Ifrtftev. ; MSK &5X)TjTl$, \JT[CftW(i '^all the attention of iFaritters if tu»d oihers to their Lifctge ASsortnifent 'of PLOUGHS^f sdl'kintte, HARROWS, SCAR IFIERS, PLOUGHSHARES, HORSfc-RAKE S ?&C-, &c. DRAFTS, WAGGONS, and aU isorts of Agricufcadl^iiltoerit&'OnShl^Or^made^to ?order. fclSO SPRTNG 'OX^PS, P^&^BliLS, 6fc«S, and ^BUGG...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 7 July 1866

TO ADVERTISEPvS AN » CGJJTRIBUTORS We desire to ihipress on both these classes of estimable individuals the desirability of forwarding to us early in the week what ever may be intended for insertion in the Bnnyip on the ensuing Saturday. They should bear in mind that the twenty-four columns of the- paper are not set' up in a few hours, and that the very huge circu lation which it has attained renders the going to press earlier than formerly abso lutely necessary. ¥rrder these circum stances we are sometimes obliged to exclude conuniuunications, simply because they arrive* too near the tim$ of publication. If our' correspondents and advertisers -will have the kindness,^ wben practicable, to forward their conrnranications about the middle of the week, they will secure justice to themselves and greatly convenience us.

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THE GAWLER MARKETS. Bunyip Office, Friday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 7 July 1866

THE GAAVLEli MARKETS. Bmiyip. Qft'cc, Friday Evening. ! The wheat market is decidedly dull, almost j inoperative. The following are the quotations : Grain. I Wheat, 6s. 2d. per. bushel. J Flour £16 per ton, 34s. per bag. Bran Is. 7d. wholesale, Is. 9d. retail. Pollard ; Is. 10d. wholesale, 2s. retail I Oats and Barley, scarce. Fowls' eoru, 4s. 6d., per bushel of' 60 lbs. Hay, good Wheat en, -£6 10s., Qatea, .£5 to ^5 lOs. ' Bread, 2lb loaf, 5d. 3€eat. Mutton,' Mnd-cuarters, 9d. per Ib.j fcre -quarters 7d. . Beef, 7d. to. lOd. per lb. Veal, 7d. to 9d. per lb. Pork, 9d. to 10 per lb. Vegetables. Cabbages, 6d. to 9d. each. Turnips, 5d. per bunch. Carrots, 4d. per' bunch. Vegetable Marrows, G.-1. to IGd. each. Cauliflowers, 6d. to Sd. Onions, 63. per lb. Parsnips, 4d. per bunch. Potatoes, 10s. perewt. Seed Potatoes, lOe; 6d. Sweet Melons, 5dr to lOd. Water do. 4d. to' Sd Radishes, lid. per bunch Parsley Id. per bunch. French Beans, 5d. per lb. Celery, 6d. to Sd. per bead ' Fecit Apples,...

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VOLUNTEERS. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 7 July 1866

VOLUNTEERS. ' - TO THE KDITOR'. ... t . Sir. — I perceive tho . Government are not getting men so fast as they , anticipated to take the places of the disbanded volunteers. I think it would be.afi well if thp regula tions as they at present, stand were printed and circulated ia t^.diitricts where it is proposed to. raise a defensive force, so that th6 aieh. uiay know what .is expected. from them, and that they in return may know what tho Government are prepared to do, for since the regulations .were first submitted; they have been so altered, amended. resran-t«d . uid divided, that it is utterly impossible to know what they, really are. I never thought for one mQment. the present Government, some of whose members havo from tajne to time 'had sp much to say about the late force, would yield as they have done, giving way one point after another. In my opinion it makes them, .look very gmalt; although some arq large men, and live in. -big houses. Stall, if they have found out their mis...

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MUDLA WIRRA DISTRICT COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 7 July 1866

MUDLA WISRA DISTRICT - cousrciiH On Monday laet a meejflng of ratepayers was held at the schddlroom^WSlaston, in pursuance of advertisement eftSii, three Councilois for the district antditw^Auditors. ^Mr. Bright, M.P., occupied the chair. . Precisely at ' 16 -o'clock the meeting was ope&Sd iii Consonance witjh the Act, when, the number of ratepayers 'preseht . being few, Mr. Dingle moved, and Mr. Woods seconded, a-^r adjournment for h&lf '&n liour, * which was uicnew. At th§. expiration i-f the time from 30- to -40 ratepayer had assembled, when tho Chaikmax opened the businesj by stating the object of' .the meeting, it. being .the annual.' one for the election of three Councillors and two Auditors to serve for the ensuing year. The Chairman explained that in consequence of tlie absence of one of the present Auditors and ehe of the Clerk, the accounts had not yet been audited. He reminded the meeting' that in. compliance with the Act the nominations must concl...

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GAWLER CORPORATION. WEDNESDAY, JULY 4. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 7 July 1866

GAWLER CO RP011AT102ST. Wednesday, July 4. Present — His Worship the Mayor, Coun cillors Clement, Mold, Loutit, and Young. The minutes of the last meeting were read and confirmed. Tenders were read for building the retaining wall iu Murray-street, from John Shaw, at the rate of 7s. per lineal yard ; and from Messrs. Simons & Jones at Us. yd. per yard, and Is. 3d. per foot for the coping. Moved by Councillor Mold and seconded by Councillor Loutit, that Mr. Shaw's tender be accepted. Carried. A letter was read from Messrs. Pett & Gray, ror permission io erect a noaruiag ul me extremity of the footpath in frcnt of the site ; of the new Post-Office, also the roadway from ] Hijrh-street, with a wooden bridge over the ! water-table. j The application was granted subject to the ' work being done to the satisfaction of the ! Public W orks Committee. j Councillor Clement, as one of the Cemeterj { Committee, reported that the Committee had j examined the gates, aud given direc...

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LOCAL COURT CAUSE LIST. TUESDAY, JULY 10 UNSATISFIED JUDGMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 7 July 1866

LOCAL COURT CAUSE LIST. Tcrsuax, July 10. UNSAY1SKIK}- JUDGMENT. Ferguson v. Harnett. DEFENDED CASE. Clement v. Martin. Police Court. Phillips v. Fyfe. Hutchinson v. Petfc and Another. Tucksday, July 12 (full jurisdiction). UNSATISFIED JUDGMENT. Ferguson v. Potter. DEFENDED CASES, liussell v. Harris. Barrow v. Ci-ank.

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BAROSSA WEST DISTRICT COUNCIL. MONDAY, JULY 2. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 7 July 1866

BABOSSA 'WEST DISTRICT COUNCIL. Mokday, I Annual meeting for the election of three councillors iii room of Messrs: Bevilaqua and Eieell, retiring by rota tion, and Mr. Havner, resigned ; slso, for the election of two auditors; in place of Messrs. Sim and Pierce. The balance sheet was laid Oii the table, audited, and declared carried. Some little dissaiis AM trnn Arniif-(!i0A/1 /x\« f* li UU OiWOUUt 01 Wl© Council riot having ieyied sufficient rates to meet the requirements of this district, and an opinion was , expressed that owiiers bf land would always be wiHing to pay a reasonable rite, as that would enhance, the value of their property very : considerably . A proposition was made by J. Martin, Esq., M.P., and seconded ! by Mr. Sim, of Balmoral—' That a coun should b-3 elected' levy McCalium, aha tjliarhberg, were, pro posed as councillors, aud Messrs. «im, Pierce, and A\^lkinson, aB auditors ; ulti nutely,MessrsiSharnbei% artd Wifefcsons names were '-withdrawn, anl Messrs. Bevil...

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GAWLER AGRICULTURAL A HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 7 July 1866

G1WLEK AGRICULTURAL AND HOKT1C U LIT liAL SOCIETY. A meeting of this Society took place a& the Olobe Inn, Gawler, on Saturday, the HOth Junfc. There were present the President (Mr. ' John Smithl. the Vice-President (Mr. J. A. Buchan, J.P.), Messrs. Hogarth, J.P., James Martin, M.P., Turner, Lane, Barnet, Wingate, * Winkel, and Innes. The chief object of the meeting was to elect a Committee for the ensuing year, the Presi dent and \ ioe-Presidei ts having been alreadv elected. The following is a list of names of gentlemen who have consented to serve: ? Messrs. J. Mitchell, J. Pile, P. Warren, (jr. Warren, B. Heaslip, j. Collins, Turhbull, J. Blake, J. Mankey, G. Scoular, 7. Koi-ff, H. Horuhartlt, O. Adcock, W. Delauy, J. Barrow, ; R. Patterson, H. Buckerfield, J. Young, e!' Martin, Dixon, P. Blake, E. Clement. Lane, Wingate, S. Lindsay, Ferguson, Frankell, R.: J. Turner, Hogarth, James Martin, J. Lindsay, 1L McLean, J. Riggs, Innes, T. F. Loutit, JK.' ; Fotheringhani, W. Barr...

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TALK OF THE WAGS. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 7 July 1866

'TALK OP 'THE WAGS. The 'iafk (of the .'Wags) is ptliat the debate iu the Houtte t-f Assehibly 'on Wednesday r» was a decidedly' figurative one; that Mr. Reynolds has always had a strong predilection for' figures; tfiathe resolved long ago not to be st cypher, but tocutft^figurehtmself; that iteverfhe 1»bb nu^.tjiowly find it he shows a disinclinatu&i to' do so; that the hon. gentleman's arithmetical figures have in i-f *n An ni1 .3 1 a m i. - ? ? UUIW uecu BUUlCl'lllUg ^uxwutouts, btifc that his figures of speech never amount to much. The Farther talk is that Messrs Straftgtvays and Townsend also figured considerably in the debate ; that they -fiuug '''dirt' tit each other with worfc earnestess than, adroitness ; that the subjeetofdispute being English, they would -probably, had it occurred outride the House, h&ve settled it iu the j English fashion — by a shew of hauds, whether clean or dirty. The talkis that if the 'author of the' poem ©u the Albert bells in Thurs...

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HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY. TUESDAY, JULY 3. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 7 July 1866

HOUSE OP ASSEMBLY. Tuesday, July 3. The Speaker reported that he bad pre- ! seated to His -Excellency for transmission, the I address to Her Majesty for theremoval of Mr. j Justice B'-ot3b.by. ? Mr. JaBOb William Smith;, the new member \ for Port Adelaide took the oaths, and his seat. Several questions were asked and answered, and papers laid on the tablfe. i The Strathalbyn and Middleton Tramway T)M1 mmm wnnJ 4-l- n AAnciK^AwnTtlA . «V2ts xcou wc 1U9D uui^i aiuu wiio&uviav&ci discussion having followed, the Hoiiss went into Committee, when the Bill was read the second time. The House resumed, , and the Bill .was read the third time, passed and for warded to the Council Mr. Cavenagh moved {on behalf of Mr, Carr\ that copies of all correspondence, &c„ jreferi'iiig to the charges of Mr. Galbraith against Mr.. Sheriff Boothby be lud on the table. Carried, The Chief Secretsugr stated that the House would shortly adjourn until the 28th August.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 7 July 1866

CATALOGUE OF Books of General Literature ON SALE AT W. BAKNET'S, Bunyip Ifewspfeper Office, Murray-street, Gawler. j ? ? ? o- ? TH K following Catalogue of Books on hand at the above Depository will no doubt prove convenient to the majority of residents in and about Gawler, of which it is __ V. ? A. ? ? ikn in OXiiy ueceBsaury u- iviiiiu^ tw bvim iu every department of Literature are of the ] newest «j-d cheapest editions, also in handsome ! bindings, suitable for either library or' drawing room, and that the prices are reduced to the most moderate figures : — Art Album Anxious Inquirer Almanack, Oliver & Boyd's Astronomer Amusements, the Book of Adeline, or Jewish Life Archery Arbell Animal Kingdom Australian lldueWBpui' ton Aifct Eilie's Rhymes Angler, Walton's Atyeria in 1845 Affiieted Man's Cdfcipinion Alexander Bethune, me ^lnoirs of Adventures of a Dos: Almost, or Crookwl Ways Auricular confessions. 2 vols. Adventures ? of 'Captain BJake 'Sntouiua, or -the Fall 'of [ l...

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GAWLER POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, JULY 3. [Before Mr. R. J. Turner, S.M.] [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 7 July 1866

G AWLER POLICE COURT. Tuesday, July 3. [Before Mr. It. J. Turner, S.M.I Hutchinson v. Maktin. — This was an in, formation laid by the Inspector against. Mr. Jas. Martin for allowing water to overflow the footpath in Murray-street. Mr. Rudall, on behalf of the Town 'Council,, explained the case. Thomas Hutchinson, Inspector and Surveyor^ to the Corporation, deposed to the facts of the ! case. An alteration had been made at ihe-a expense of Mr. Young for rcmodyinj- the evil, which alteration met the approval of Mr. | Martin. The alteration was made under the supervision of the Council, Mr. Young con structed a drain on the south side of his pre mises and a culvert to carry the water through to the streat. Witness believed he spoke to 3Ir. Martin about making a drain on the oppo site side. That was not done. The water now hows down tho right-of-way cn to the footpath. Served Mr. Martin with a notice of | proceedings. No alteration had been made. Part of the water flows from the roof. !...

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