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SOUTH AUSTRALIAN RAILWAYS. TIME TABLE. PORT DIVISION.—Week-Day Trains. DOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 7 July 1866

SOUTH AUSTRALIAN RAILWAYS. TIMK TABLE. ?Poet Division.—' W^ek-l-*y Trains. DOWN. Adelaide ? dcparture|7 3« 915 11-15 1 1*40 530 5^ Bowdeu ? ? ,, jf *34 j 9*19 11'19 J 1*44 WW 5.?' IVoodville ? ,, J7'« ! 9-SS U-at j 1*53 3-« 5-3 Atberton ? ,, h-50 ; 9-3S 11*35 i 2-00 3-50 5* fort, arrival .....-.-...18^00 1 0-45 11-45 18'IQ 4-00 5-C ? tTf. ? Fort ? depirtuiejs-ae 10-15 1 12-45 a -so 4-30 6-10 Albertoa .... n 8-24 1019 j lt-49 2'34 4-34 6-15 WoodtUle^. 8-33 10-2? 1 12-57 2'42 4'42 «125 Bowdeu .... 1,, S-40 10*351 IDS 2-50 4*60 6*35 jHwuwei... wnwiyrw ' Jtu «a | na 1 aiw 1 a-wi FObt Diyison. — Sunday Trains. ' DOWN. Adelaide ? ? .departure 9-00 1-so 3-30 5^ Bowdea ? ? ? „ sm 1-34 3-S4 s-30 Wood\-ille..™ ? ? „ 9-12 1*42 3-43 5-40 Albertou..........i»»» »-20 1-50 3-sa 5-50 I Port....; ? ....-arrival. $-30 2-00 4-00 (6110 ? UP ? Port....iv ? i...itte|MirttHe lo-oo 2-20 4-30 «-30 Albertou ? „ !50-04 2-34 4-Si «-32 Wood\-lUe ? Y, -lo'ia 2-42 4-42 6*40 Kowden ? ? ,. 40-20 2-40 4-50 «-4s ?Adt...

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

GAWLER LOCAL COUKT, Tuesday, July 3. □Before Mr. R. J. Turner, S.M.I Mitchell v. Sedglky. — Application for further particulars of claim JEl SSs. 6d. Mr. Rudall made an application ou part of defendant, and asked for the usual time after particulars had been supplied. Application granted. Potter v. Mackay. — For M Os. 6d. for ?work done. Edward Potter, the plaintiff, stated that he agreed with defendant to build a stable at Hoseworthy at 2s. 6d. per yard. Went up on the 7th May, and, contrary to agreement, found no materials except stone and water. Got. materials next day. Did 13 yards of stone woi-k. Then was out of vhiter, and a farther supply was refused. Returned, leaving the scaffolding on the spot. Afterwards got the. scaffolding away. Sent in a Bill for £4i 6s. 6d for labor, time lost, expenses, &c. By Mi:. Turner— Never agrefed to take Mackay's contract with the trustees of the Ros 3 worthy Church off his hand. Had the sub-contract under Mackay. Defendant did not say...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 14 July 1866

^AWLEB Annual Ploughing' Hatch a&d 'Show of Entire Horses. THE Gawler Agrieulfui^l ;«nd Hiirti cultural Society's PLOUGHING MATCH and SHOW of ENTIRE HORSES, will be held in a Section belonging to, Mr. «Riggs, situate about two miles from ^Gawler, on THlfeiSEDAY, July 19th, 1S66, whon the following PKIZES^f ill ?'£- iPLCfcOGHlNG. . OfeAMPiois's Prize. — A Set -Of ^Harness, value -Seven Guineas, presented by m W. Kinnear, of ''Gawler. Should any ordinary Ploughman da bisVork the '-best, -he will re ceive ^this -Prizfe'in addition tb to '-one in his 'bwn'^a&s. : '-& ASS. . ( first *Prize, S6t Harrows, presented % Messrs. 'Martin and Loutit, Value, S 5s. Sefebhd Prize ... ? ? i' ^ 0 Third do. ... ? ? '? ® Fd&rth^o. m;. ... -» — 3 0 boy's dtASS. First Prfie ... -i.. *?- ® Second do. ? i- -j— - 0 'i'hird dt-.- ii. ... v. '? — ' ® Fourth do., SQver ^Mounted Whip, pwfeented by the Secretary. t *A SjiecialTrize of ^'wili be gnen for the best Ploughing of a 1Do...

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ANTI-IMMIGRATION MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 14 July 1866

ANTI-IMMS&RATION MEETING. It is not -surprising that persons out of employment, or anticipating injury from competition in the labor market, should, wider the pressure of their necessities, look in the first instance to the stoppage of immigration as a panacea for the practical evils nnder which th^f labor.. Hnngry men are n©torio»8^r b&d. reawners ; and the inttiUigent-a&d indns trions individuttls who took a leading part in the great meeting .recently heli in the Adelaide Sewn Hall, -we donbt not, within a very short time, *rhen em ployment evidently will be abundant and provisionsless costly, wBltrankly acknow ledge that no greater injory could be inflicted on themselves individually and on the class to which they belong, in common with all ether classes, tlau by stopping the life-stream to whose con' tinuous flow in years past South Austra lia chiefly owes its present prosperous condition as a colony. Many of the earlier immigrants ore now among the riche...

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SOUTH AUSTRALIAN RAILWAYS. TIME TABLE PORT DIVISION.—Week-Day Trains. DOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 14 July 1866

SOUTH AUSTRALIAN RAILWAYS. ' Time tabus. Fobt .Division. — Week-lXy^jftalns. ' ? . DOWN. ! Adelaide. .... .departure 7 30 a is n-15 1-40 3-3*) 5 S'- llowdea ? „ 7-34 9-19 UV19 V« 3 34 5.24 WoodvUle.;:.. ,, j-43 9-21 U'27 3*48 5'32 Alherton...... :*50 9-35 11-85 3*50 5-40 llnrt. arrt\^al ^;. »-oo 9 -AS 11-45 a'lo 4-00 5-50 ? ? UP. ? ? Port ? ? dC$fe&UN-|8-20 1015 12-45 , 2-30^1 4 -30, 610 Alberton ' 8-24 10-J9 12-49 j 2'34 1 4-34 1 615 Wood\1Ile .. 8-32 10-2* 12-51 [ 3-42 j 4-42(6-24 Bovvdeo 8-40 10-35 lt)5 ) 2-50 1 4'i«|6-35 Adal(iUla-LV l&iwlirel flern ia-ikn 1-iK OOUkl ft«AAl£-JX m m wium |o w ; IV Vw | a IV « w 1 « V9| V «V | 'jTokt tnvisos.— Sunday Trains. ] DO*X. ] Adelaide. . ....... .depftrturt- 9-W '1*S0 3-30 ltowden .....v........ „ 9*04 1*34 ^3*34 £-30 ? „ ^12 lk« ^3*42 I Albertou ,, «H4» 1'50 3-&0 c-so-: l'oHt. . ; : ah-vaL ;9'5.0 8*00 '4-00 S-00 BP ! .Text .... ...... ....ABparture l(Wo 3-20 4-30 6% AlbekAi ? ? 10-«4 2-24 -4-34 6-Sa WbodviHe.-... ...

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NEWS BY THE MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 14 July 1866

NEWS BY THE MAIL. Although the news last received from' England includes no startling event calculated to coovufee the nations of Europe, and an intensifying of the elements of strife, the affairs of Ger many and Italy appear likely to originate hostilities which will in all probability make war general. The use which British dependencies should make of their know ledge ofimpendingwei&fcis obvious, and we trust that our Wm Ministry will bestir themselves to provide those defences the necessity for which has been so long acknowledged. Preparations for war were already made on a large scale. The. Austrian army on a -war footing consisted of about seven tubdred and fifteen' thousand men ; that of Prussia numbered four hundred and Arty-six thousand already in arms, with a reserve ready to turn out which would increase - it to the- . enormous amourft -of one Million. The smaller States of. Germany could bring into the field from four hundred thousand to five hundred thousand men....

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ENGLISH EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 14 July 1866

ENGLISH EXTRACTS. Tvro journedists at Turin, M. Botta 'and M. Battero, have been' fighting a 'duel ; latter was shot dead. The cause of ^te quarrel was -!a dispute conceraing iSigrior Seialoja'sbudget. Ibish EMioSiTtdsr jtoosfeiCA.— r Nohvithstaiidiiig the '-»mp!Rrative thin* ness of the popul&tion:*tsd the ^scarcity oft labor in sdme ! places, ' emigis-tiou to A in l*»ii nn 'fltnn ewuip w xuvf^cw vowu dLuninish. iHl hopes of ev^r l4oi^e; 'w ell in'lreland seems to have IMt Htiie -hearts of .ihe peasantry. Small sell mileli eow^be'last pi»— that can' possibly be spared, ruilhhig^ill 'risks ; ^the landlord and ^the 'tax-gather, and 'parting vVith their last shilling in ordfer to send with a dectot outfit their grtMn-up sons and 'djmghters tb America. They thus^ftibark tili they possess as 'an investment, the parents firmly believing that in the course of some months, «or rn a year or two at mo5?t,'the money will be returned to them^ith interest, or their passage will^-e paid ...

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GAWLER VOLUNTEER DINKER. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 14 July 1866

GAWLEB VOLUNTEER DINNER A meeting -of the late Company of Gawler ; Volunteers was held in the taige room of Mr. ' Ytffcng's Old Spot Hotel, o» Friday evening last (yesterday^. There was a large attendance, the company consisting of between 50 *nd 60. The chair was occupied by Captain Ogilvy. *m reported on the right by Captain Martin and Sergeant Barnet, and on the left by l-r. Nott and His Worship the M.-iycxr of Gawler (Mr.; -John Mitchell). The vice-cliair was ?occupied i by Lieutenant Finch, supported by Sergeant! Forgie, Lieutenant Kiauear, and 'Corporal Check. Antontr the visitors we observed E. S. * Burkitt, Esq., of the Bank -of Adelafcle, Mr. W. i R. Lewis, and several other gentlemen. The : following apologies for w»n-attewtance were received from Colonel H$sgs, Lieutenant Slater, Captain W arren, Lieutenant Clements, and the Kev, Mr. Coombes. i The Chairman proposed ' The Health of Her Majesty the en' in brief hat happy terms. Bnntl — c*G-)d Save the Queen ' *? The Prince...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 14 July 1866

H-MiOWAT*S Pitts. — Wise PkbsSmjtioii. — ;? The unwholesome vapours and frequent chills derange the animal economy to an immense extent, and pertnanrntly ncdermine tbe health, j unless «very now and then the blood be j purified, the secretions rectified, and the nerves' restrung. Hollo way's Pill^performtheseseveral neces^iiy offices with/cerfeinty, safety, and ex-i pmitiooL .. Old and ybungj robust said feeble, : male and feitnale, will find these Pills an un-f failing domestic r^niedy^ not ohly in flight! sicknesses, but also in the more Serious and dangerous diseases which spring from neglect of early symptoms. Yet, tinder the purifying and correcting influence of Holloway's inesti mable medicine, the appetite improves, the digestion gains strength, the liver acts freely, tbe kidneys secrete abundantly, and If ?alth is triumphant.

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TALK OF THE WAGS. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 14 July 1866

TALK OF THE WAGS. The talk (of the Wags) is that the Mayor of Adelaide^ proposal to provide an asylum for the blind ought to, and will, be supported ; that individuals sub jected to so great a privation are entitled bo sympathy and aid from it ; that seud' ing the afflicted persons through the public streets to extort discordant sounds from unmusical instruments k not the proper way to relieve them ; that the effect of the practice ia a wish en the part of the non-blind to become stone deaf: that it is tn tinnod th** all flia indigent blind will pee that the proposed provision will far more conduce to their welfare than the present precarious itinerancv to which they necessarily resort. The farther talk is that by the phrase 'a blind asylum' Mr. Townsend meant to intimate that the proposed building will befttrnisedwith thick blinds in order that the poor inmates may not be annoyed by a strong light ; that, whether the faet were so or not, the light in which the subject was put was a...

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farmers' Column. ROOT CROPS.—MANGOLDS. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 14 July 1866

jfotrattrs' fislmim. BOOT CROPS.— MANGO^bS. Althoughthe time has not yet atari ved lor ? tewing the seed of this valuable rooVstill it ia; : quite timefror our growers 'to ' be prejtaring the1 | ground. ? We do not approve of sowin^feangolds later than March, or earlier than Artist ; ' in vtwo months the main crop 'may be sOwn, and it is more partienhirly upon ifce waybf tnanuririg. and preparing the ground that we waiit to say a ward or two, InSuffolk,,wheteiitJ$^been grown sot many years in iw wgneH^enKuon, the nof^Ss placed in the rotation Dbtfreen two white'straw crops, and after many ft&& rs' expe- : rience it was decided that it v» better to mnnuie heavily the preceding white straw crop, rather than apply the manure diftfct to the mangolds, and the cleaning operations and extra tillages which the roots received was a Splendid preparation for the white fctraw crop 'following. We may differ from mkhy people, %ut we prefer ploughing only once for this Toot when gr...

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BAROSSA WEST DISTRICT COUNCIL. MONDAY, JULY 9. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 14 July 1866

BABOSSA WEST DISTBICT COUNCIL. Mondat, July 9- Present, all the members. Mr. S. Lindsay was re-elected Chairman and Treasurer for the. ensuing year. Minutes of last two meetings read -tnd confirmed. The clerk reparted that Mr. J. WiUanM of Lyndoch bad removed the stone quarried by Irian, from a district road. After a little dtswsshmit vas decided that Mr. 'Williams pay (be Gonaeil £1 as value of the stone, and make good tbe damage ia the erent of his refusal toeoetply. Clerk to report not meeting: Mr. Kanffwan vag deeeroed to pay .V. for sand removed by Man ntkwt authority. Clerk reported thai the repairs reqmred near liucas s was of greater magnitude than was at last meeting expected, therefore he. had net taken steps to get the work done until tbe t\wie^|NiMtftlqrwt»mK]ias required. OwfcwwCtft igrite twtoniat flw mmm, ad alao for a«mer«^ht dteung QDhooBdaqrcoa^ lonideck Seeeivvd a memorial fmm a tramber of settlers aakii^ the C«-uneil to make a bridge, 4c, in Cockatoo Valley. Jtcs...

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Varieties. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 14 July 1866

'JJaritftts. Whydoesa sailor know there fe a man in the moon f — Because he has been to'sea. The best adhesive label a traveller can put ^upon his lavage is to 'stick to it himself. Why is a young lady looking at a finger post like a letter with a wrong address? — Because it is* mis(s)directed. At a baby ' convention in Massachusetts' ?fifteen mothers were present, and On a vote for the prettiest,each baby got one Vote. -Ljiere, jonn, iiiai s twice youve come home and forgotten that lard.' ' La, mother, it was so greasy that it slipped my'taind.' | ' I don't think, ^husband, that you're very smart.' 'No, indeed, wife, but^everybody j knows I am anally shrtew'd.' The young man who lately advertised for a ' wife received answers from eighteen husbands informing him that he could have theirs. Which are the laziest fish in the sea? — ' Oysters, because 'they are always found in 'their beds. Pompey said he once worked for'a man who raised his wages so high that he Vlould only reach them ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 14 July 1866

' This 3-ay (Saturday), July 14 AT TWO O'CLOCK. AT THE SHEAOAK LOG HOTEL YABDS. BTXBTON & SON have received In structions from Mr. Isaac 'French, to Sell by Auction, -without reserve, about— 500 SIX TOOTH EWES^ »ow lamlaixg j -down, ALSO, t About 140 LAST SEASON'S LAMBS. These Sheep will be sold in lote $© suit purchasers. 'Terms at Sale. The above Auctioneers will hold Sales atthfr above Yards, on the Second Saturday in each month. Next Sale on Saturday, August 4th. Profitable Investment. TO UE DISPOSED of by PEIYATE BARGAIN, the well established BUSI NESS hitherto carried on by PENALUNA & SON, Machinists, Blacksmiths, W heelwrights, &c., in Murray -street, Gawler (adjoining Messrs. Fotheringham's Store). ? TENDERS to be received by THURSDAY next, 19fchJuly, by Mr. Philip Cheek, Murray street,- Gawler* from 'whom further particulars may be had. 1 Oddfellows'* Ball, Gawler. TUESDAY, JULY 17th. THE GREAT VOCALIST AND ACTRESS Miss Emma Neville AND Mr. George Xo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 14 July 1866

PESTABMSHED 1848-3 Hachine and General Implement Manufactory, ^UTRRAY ^SitREET, OAW&ER . J OH Jf JONES, . Machinist, Blacksmith, Whk&lwbight, ktc„' ^ T%E(tS tothank 'hisiitirherous cuBtotoers 1) for past favOips, Snd as he now devotes 'liip whole attention to iheabove Establishment, ' (having reiilKjuishfei bis General Store,) lie -3s;, ^prepared t^^xocute orders for itEAPIN^XKD W-TNNOWflSGli&C^^^ . WAGONS. fcRAYS, 'SPRANG CARTS, NEW ^^TPA^NEMS, ftcv&c., 1 ?On the shortest notice andofthe btetmattSrials | ys and Woifah&nsliip. 3?caj-irlJj aiid Winnowing Maclflhfes of &tbry 'constru&ftjn made to/Wer. ; Se6oh&ihsind -Reapu^ Mat&incstor Salfe 'or; ?Sire. ' j r -P1$8bSx -iFdcmdry, Oawler. ^engineej&s, machinists, MILLWRIGIITS, V50XCH WUTLDERS, j Ag^k«itti*al Impleiaeift llaken, ; ? ? &C..&6. ? , IfeceiSx ^Foundry, -*fcwler. W0Ul3- of Farmers! t T* 'and 6ihfiis*fcb ^their ^liffi^fe kssortmeht ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 14 July 1866

lED^CATION. THE DUTIES of the Ladies School lately conducted by Miss Harrison, in Murray-street, Gawler, will be RESUMED under the superintendence of Mrs. W. STOKES, on MONDAY. July 23rd. Address, care of Mr. B.J. Turner, Evanston -Gawler. ®|t GAWLER; SATURDAY. JULY 14, 1866.

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THE GAWLER MARKETS. Bunyip Office Friday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 14 July 1866

THE GAWLER MARKETS. But hm OKca. Fridav Erenuur. J Wheat *ery dulL Soawoely any buanefis d*ingi. Several panels hatfebeen disposed of at frofn 3s. 4d. to Ss. 6d. Flour £15 to J&5 10s. per Ton, per Bag 33&to34s. « ? ^ Bran, whftlesale Is. TxL, retail Is. Sd. per; bushel. Pollard 1b. DcL to Is. lid. per busheL j Fowls' Oorn 4s. 4d. per busheL j 'Gbus. j Oata and Barley, scarce Hay, good Wheaten, JB6 Ms, Oaten, j£B tOv£5 108. Bread, i2lbloaf,3-d. ! Meat. Mutton, hind-quarters, 9fL fwr Ib.j tfore quarters 7fl. Beef, 7d. to. H»d. per lb. Veal, 7d.fto 9d. per lb. Pork, 93. to 10 per ib. Tkgbtabixs. Cabbages, ~6d. to 9d. each. f Turnips, 5d. per bunch. j Carrots. 4d. per buneh. 1 Vegetable Marrows, 6d. to 10d. each. Cauliflowers, 6d. to 8d. . | Onions, 6d.^er lb. Parsnips, 4d. per bunch. Potatoes, 10s, per cwt. Seed Potatoes, 10s. 6d. Sweet Melons, 5d. to iOd. Water do- 4d. to-8d Radishes, l$d. per bunch Parsley lQ. per bunch. 'French Beaus, 5d. per lb. Celery, 6d. to Sd. p...

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Poet's Corner. SING-SONG SUFFERING. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 14 July 1866

Ifinefs #amr. SINQvSONG SUFFEEING. Victoria's a pleasant pfoce. The people — not so bad ; But they have one perpetual song, f Which almost drives one mad. , My readers all too'Well will know h The ditty which J raean^- A lackadaisical affair, -3£ilfed ' Wearing of thc-3reen.w its uiemost custressiui oounray . , That erer jet was seen, 'For all the men and women there Sin g, ' Wearing of the-fcjreen.' ; 'Ton spend a quiet evening With Jones at Gardiner's Creek, And when On -social topics you Have just '©twnmenced to speak, * His wif© strums the piano, ~and, ' With voicethatfs somewhat lean, ' Sets both your ears a tingling with That '^baring of the Green.' Its the most distressful odhntry, &c. At public dinners you ace bored With this in&&ne refrain — ? h Each organ grinds it up the street, ] And grinds it down again ; ' The boys— the brutal'boys — squalD out Its notes in Sfccents keen, - And ' make night hideous ' with 'the news, They're 'Wearing of the Green...

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ENGLISH EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 14 July 1866

EKOLISH EXACTS. A Wholesale Murderer:— A series of inar ders rivalling any chronicled in English crimi nal annalB has been perpetrated in the suburbs of Philadelphia. On a small farm, scarcely a mile from the densely populated portions of Philadelphia, lived a grazier named Christopher Deering', who raised cattle and sold them to the city butchers, -©eering 'had a wife and five small children, the eldest 10 years 'bf age, the y congest a babe at the mother's breast. A niede about 36 years of age also lived with him ; and the cattle and two or three hdrses owned oy the head of the fataily were taken care of by an apprentice boy aged 17 arid a German farm laborer, who was a discharged soldier, and had been employed on the fs&m for about two months. Being a dealer in cattle, Mr. Deering occasionally had large sums of money in his possession, and this is believed to have prompted the terrible crime. On Saturday, the 6th of April, Mr. Deering Was in'the city with his nle-Se, ahd ...

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GUMERACHA POLICE COURT. THURSDAY, JULY 5. (Before Mr. R. J. Turner, S.M., Mr. W. Lillecrapp, J.P., and Mr. T. B. Randell J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 14 July 1866

GTJMERACHA POLICE COURT, . A Thursday, JutY &. (Before Mr. S. J. Turner, S.M., Mr. 'W. Lille- ] cranp, J.P., and Mr. T. B. Randell, J.P.) J CfDea v. Cox. — This was a charge -Of assault. Patrick O'Dea detailed the particulars of ; the assault complained of which was a blow - on the face with the fist on-the yth June. The defendant, James Cox, put in a plea of not . guilty, but afterwards withdrew it, and pleaded guilty under provocation. Fined 5s. and costs, together -£3 8s. 6d. ' Gletj} v. (y-NeiU. — This was a charge of rescue from a bailiff. Mr. Lewis appeared for plain tiff. Defendant did not appeal. Plea of not sruiltv entered. Edward Clegg, bailiff of the local court, Gnmeranjlia, stated that he went to seize a spring cart from a person named Curtis under execution from the local court of Adelaide, and was taking it away when defendant said the cart was his, assaulted witness, tear ing his coat, and took possession of the cart. Two witnesses were called, who deposed to...

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