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LIMITED JURISDICTION. [Before Mr. R. J. Thrner, S.M] [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 14 July 1866

LIMITED JURISDICTION. ifBefoie Mr. R. J. ^brner, S.ft J Tyman v. Stanbeey. — For £8 deposit paid j on a horse. Thomas Tynan, tho plaintiff, stated that he bought a mare of defendant on a written agreement, amLpaid £8 deposit. On trial the inare was found not to be staunch as she had been represented to be. Several witiiesses were examined, and a verdict was given for the for JB8. without costs.

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GAWLER INSTITUTE. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 14 July 1866

GAWUSB INSTITUTE. A'iheeting of Committee was held on Thurs- ? day the 12th inst. ( .Present— the. President (Mr. John Mitchell), the Vice-President (Mr. W. E. Roberts), the Treasurer (Mr. Burton), the Secretary (Mr. Lewis), the Assistant Secretary (Mr. D. F^theridgham), also, Messrs. . Mold, Ferguson. an d MichaeL The minutes of the preceding meeting were - read and' confirmed. The Secretaries reported that they had Collected nearly till 'the iiioney from the ladies who conducted the Fancy liair, and they were instructed to'Complete the collection forthwith. It was stated that property remained on hand tb a considerable amount since 'the Fair. , 'Mr. W. £. Roberts :proposed that a sub d6mmittee be formed Consisting of the 'Pie sid§nt, Vice-President, and Mr. Mold, to arrs^^^ plan ifor the 'disposal theremain Seaihded hy Mr. Ferg&go ft, find carried nn- animously. Mr. Roberts 'moved that -tihe 'Secretary be again requested to apply to the Trustees for conveyance' 6f the new ...

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GAWLER CORPORATION. WEDNESDAY, JULY 11. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 14 July 1866

GAWtEE CORPORATION. i Wednesday, Jult 11, j irresent — His Worship the Mayor, Council lors Young, Loutit, Mold, Deland, Clement, and Finch. ' The minutes of the preceding meeting were readjfend confirmed. A letter was read from Mr. James Martin, asking that Calton Road should be metalled to the extent of thirty pounds worth of metaL in 'Consideration of the large sum privately' «ub»?cl-«d 'fQt tibat road. Referred to the Public Works Committee. A circular from the Chief Secretary's Office was read, r quiring an answer to several ques tions relating to the suddIv of labor and rate of- wages in the district, and the -probable surplus: or deficiency Of labor during the next six mouths. Resolved that fresh tenders be c&llfed -for pitch-paving the south-end of Murray-street, to be opened ton Wednesday, the 25th July. Councillor Loutit reported, on behalf *of the : Public - Works Committee that the different wdrks in progress were going on satisfactorily. The report of the Inspect...

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GAWLER POLICE COURT. TUESDAY JULY 10. [Before Mr. R. J. Turner, S.M, and Warren, J.P.] [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 14 July 1866

OAwler police Court. Tu«-:sbAY, Jult 10. [before Mr. R. J. Turner, SJL, and Mr.&. Warrtn, j.P.l PtatiiM v. Ftfk. — William , Fyfe Was charged by Matthew Thomafe Phillips with neglecting to pay him £3 l-'s. for wages. Mr. Rua&'l appeared for defendant. Plaintiff stated that he engaged with de fendant to work for him as farm^servailt at 156. per week. Worked for five weeks at ploughing. Got leave of ahgice to go to Gawler, and was aw&j above a weeK On his rethlrning defehdant told him he couldstop &way aliogethen Demanded his wages, but defen ^4Vaf cou) Via eltAiil^ *»/\f tMitr him 4-«l 1 )«a OHM USZ 9ttvUftU UVV UIUI VUl UV ^VU pdid^orhia heaves. Dfefendant OnCe told him his tMe. WL Rndall — Was not engaged for IS months* btat def- hdant said he Vould give witness a job for 12 months, &nd plaintiff replied ' all right.'1 Did hot tell Mr. Fyfe he Waa going to stay away so long. Mr. Fyfe did hot offer to pay, making certaih deductions. Defendant ...

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GALWER LOCAL COURT. TUESDAY, JULY 10. [Befor, Mr. R. J. Turner, S.M.] [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 14 July 1866

LOCAL COtOt^. - - ? ? ? ?? I 'TuBSnAT, Jult 10. ? ! ifBefbre-Mr. B. J. Tomer, &MJ] -FMidn80N v. Gaknett. — Claim for JB3 l€s! igd. Thomas -Crarnett, defendant, Was examined. Order for Ss. per week. Gr.KMKi^r 't. Mabtik.— In this 'case 'tbe plaintiff Maimed ditmages for an uqaiy in* fiieted on^the omnibus of the plaihtiff hy the omnibus Af the def&Adant, am6unt elaiEaed^£l5. Stow, ' .. s TbeMagista^andoodtaselhavihgihi^Soted tbe1 tomnibosees ' 6utade the Court Hdu&e, Mr. Ingleby stated the case, and called Lewis Jbhnstoiie, Conductor of Mr. Cl«6ent'8 omnibus, -who stated that on the 80th of -May iast^he was on the step '«! the 'bus. 'whfen a collision took place. The '-'vehicle 'was -going &lomr. TrvoV a -IftiJv ^RhJ-SiArinflrlifLiinV Defendant's 'bus was twti at ^Toller's. Clement's 'bns had^ thirty-yard^&tarfc. 'Was on' the near aide. The ,other *bas tpassed on the bridge Ate close that tbey must hdve come' into colfeion. F^t lthe contact ?«{...

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

6tnaMX-®A tiOCAL coirftfe TKtfasDAT, Jult 5. ! CBef«re~Mr. R. J. Ttiinert S.M;, Mr. W. Iolle-j 'ccap, J:P., avid Mr. J. *B. Bandell, J. P.) « _ xLeakdon v. TrppsTT.— This was an applica tion for a neV trial. Mr. Lewis appeared for applicant. The'case was fully 'ittgued, after which the application was refused. Gordon v. NichAias.— Unsatisfied judg ment for ^£31 15s^ and costs. Order made for payment of five shillings per week.

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LOCAL COURT CAUSE LIST. TUESDAY, JULY 17. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 14 July 1866

.y. ' 1 1 1 iidCAL COUfeT CA^^E List. Tuesday, July 17. 'ASSESSMENT OF DABTAQE8. . ^Cheritan V. Turner. . Police Coitb^ ?Monro v.CaniJjion.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 21 July 1866

SALE or CROWN LANllS. Thursday, August 18f6. Crown Lands Of&oe, Acfe iaide, June 28, 1866. Notice is hereby givex, that the following portions of Crown Lands will be offered for Sale by Public Ruction, at the Land Office, Adelaide, on Thursday, the ninth day of August, 1866, at eleven o'clock in the Forenoon, at the upset pri -fe affixed to ?each Lot respectively, on the tenuis and con ditions, aud under the provisions nf an Act of the Parliament of South Australia, passed in the twenty-first year of Her Majesty's reign intituled ' An Act for Eegulatinr, the Sale and other disposal of Waste Lands) belonging to the Crown in South Australia.' Deposit, twenty per cent. / WM. MIX/NTS, Commissioner of X-rown Lands and Immigration. Special Courasy Lot. County Brn-ra — About five and a half miles ' north-east by north of) Mount Cone, and about five niUes south-east by east of Kazor back, Hundi-ed of Kingston. Lot. Section. Acres. Price. 1671 361 |204 Je318 Countet Sections. Upset p...

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THE VOLUNTEER QUESTION. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 21 July 1866

THE ^OLUNXEER QUESTION. | ' To be, ok sot to be ? ' A volunteer force, or a militia P is now a question Viliich presses urgently on the Govern ment ai^d* the public, ,and will not admit of delay. ' There are local reasons which forbid postponement, and if thgre were not, the aspect of 'European affairs when j the last advices left England j,re suffi ciently urgent tp .^compel immediate action. The probability is that a war whiqh ft _ its conplusion will prove to have been of greater magnitude and extent than any x^hich preceded it, has - already commenced; and if .so, in what conditiqn .does the, event find ..the colony of South Australia ? We had an ardent, efficient, and well drilled volunteer force, and tbat 'bas ,tbeen .recently disbanded we .are now endeavoring, with ; a some- ; what sqiall amount of success, tp replace the discarded for^e by another of the same kind, the alternative bejng^a militia. It is qijite. possible that the privateers of some' powerful enemy of England ...

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SOUTH AUSTRALIAN RAILWAYS. TIME TABLE. PORT DIVISION.—Week-Day Trains. DOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 21 July 1866

? - AUSTRALIAN 3EAILWAYS. | ' TIME TABLE. /.... :/,j Port Divisiox.-Week-Day Trams. i .. ? ' DOWN. - . - ] Adelaide ? ,,-leparturej7-30 9 15 11*16 140 3-30 5-2' li Bowden ? „ (7-34 9-19 11^19 1-44 3'34 5.2* f WoodvUle. ? „ I7-42 9-27 11-27 1-52 3 42 5-3V Albertuil ? „ [7-90 9-35 1135 2-00 3-50 5-4Jf: Port, arrival ? .....fsHto 9-45 11*45 2'10 4-QQ 5-g(P mk j*, Jfort ? ? departure 3-20 1015 13-45 a-30 4-30 %4o Alberton..,. „ 8-24 10-19 m9 2*34 4'34 6115 'Woodville . . „ 8-32 10-27 12-57 2*42 4-42 6'E5 Bowden.... „ S-40 1035 1*05 2-50 4'50 6-S5 'Adelaide.... arrival &-50 10-45 1*15 3-po 5-00 6-J5' 1'okt DIvison.— Sunday Trains. T . ? Dowy. ? / 1 Adelaide,...,,, ...... departure) 9 -00 1 1-30 1 3-30 j S*S0 liowden ? ? „ j 9-04 1 1*34 j 3 '34 I g-90 Wnnrivilla ? I Q-1-j l V42 13-42 1 AlbertOIl ? ? ? „ I 9'20 I 1-50 j 3-50 I Hi-30 I'ort ? arrival, i 9-3» } -2-00 | 4-00 y$-00 . CP ' I 3\-rt ? ? ? ? .departure 10-00 2-20 4-3® e-32 Albertoa ? ? „ 10-04 2-24 4-a4 6'30 Woodville ? ? „...

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THE NEW POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 21 July 1866

®HE NEW POST OFFICE. Yesterday afternoon a meeting was heldjof gentlemen invited by circular to .take into consideration arrangements for laying the foundation stone of the New Post-Office. 'About twenty individuals were present. Mr. R. J. Turner was voted-to the ohair, and opened the meet ing by gtating its objects. Mr. W. E. Robeei s stated that he had been requested to move in the mat ter. His idea was ' that a lunehepn should take place, that members of Government should be invited to attend, and that the Mayor of Gawler should be requested to lay the foundation stone. ?Mr. JDixox luGared IIThat the ceremony .of laying the foundation stone should be celebrated by a luncheon, and that Mr. .John Mitchell, Mayor oi' Gawler should be requested to lay the stone.' Mr. Moj.d seconded the motion, which 'V ,was carried unanimously. Mr- JI- E. BiifGHT, jun. jvished «tp ^now if Mr. .Pett, one of the contractors Saw any objection to the proceeding. Mr.' Pett replied that on the contrary, he...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 21 July 1866

Anvr.— HotiOWAT's Pills.— Palpitation of the heart is frequently not only felt, but heatd; it prevents sleep, and begets the utinost dread Of impending suffocation. These Pills are particularly recommended for rem-wing this affection, because, they strengthen the nervous and the debilitated, who are much more liable to *his malady than other persons. Holloway s Pills so improve the digestion, increase the action of the liver, and give activity to the bowels, that giddiness, headache, and nausea depart as tlie palpitation diniinshes, and the sufferer at once experiences the most indes cribable relief from anxiety. Holloway's Pills form the best alterative and aperient in all rases of convalescence from fevers, inflama tions, neuralgic, and all chronic disuses which have impoverished the blood aud brain.

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ASHWELL. Tuesday, July 18. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 21 July 1866

ASHWELL. (From a correspondent.) Tuesday,' July IS. Who says this is 'not char mm'- weather? But best clothes are not always suitable for farm work j they want something for the splash as well as dash ; for howev er puch tancy may be pleased with it, the more proper costume is desired. The rain falls here very spar ingly, amounting to' little more than a Scotch mist. The water-holes are not more than knee deep, and some people have already struck out the idea of aaotiier d^y season; but we hqge it may terminate in plenty of water. AJittle chat may be heard m jespect of the Blount Barker deputation to the Commissioner of Crown Lands on the subject of the Murray scrub being a useful adjunct to the colony, although it-has been declared that a square mile would not feed a goat; but it appears the farmers of Mount Barker mind but little such a dash'of cold water — doubt- less they laugh in their sleeves at old hum-drum Siinthfield and the Freeling farmers with their clubs of desperation....

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VINEYARDS AND WINE-MAKING [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 21 July 1866

VINEYARDS and WINE-MAKING Under this beading we propose to reproduce j from time to time the most valuable portions of perhaps the earliest, and certainly the best, Australian work on the culture of the vine and the conversion of the fruit into a wholesome and cheering beverage — that of Mr. Busby. The ' work has been long out of print, and, in fact, is unprocurable ; and as its title expresses its real contents, ' Plain (directions for planting aud cultivating vineyards and for making wine,' we think we shail be renderine a service to our rural population by reproducing the pith of the treatise, which, by the kind assistance of a valued contributor, we are enabled to do. INTRODUCTORY. The ^following plain directions are addressed to that more numerous portion of the community constituting the class of smaller settlers. Their object is to convince them that they and each member of their families may with little trouble aud scarcely any expenditure, enjoy their daily bottle of wine, ...

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GAWLER AGRICULTURAL HORTICULTURAL AND FLORICULTURAL SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 21 July 1866

GAWLERAGRJ CULTURAL, HOB-i TICULTURAL, AND rLOMCUL TURAL SOCIETY. ; * The annual plpughiug in^ph and. show of stock, wCTeiv^d oii Thursday last, .the I9th insk, on a^eectaon situatedjd-out .three ^ilesfrpip ^wTerr^loii^pg to Mr. Riggs. ' Tho day w$ij throughout bright fad geniah ????30L' fxasr Teepstc* ,iho business ap W-d could jiot iavo boon .selected* had choice been piweti^blk Accordingly several hundred persons, attracted from all directions, were spec tatorso'f the jscene, f^id h»d it been a : .mile prtjsvo nearer io Of wler several hundreds of pedestarin visitors would have swollejj the jiaUdgy crowd. Jfesply a mile of fence was occupied by the ^vehicles a$d saddle homes cjf the .com pany, closely .packed together. Sh© =lw-d admirably adapted fpr the ploughing i^atch, being an extensive flat of new soil. There was no tent on the' ground, but pleutvof 'cakes and ale' and ' ginger, was Ihotiptho month too' ,fpr pile? -?f gingerbread nnts alter nated with peerages, Ifrjpts, -nd ...

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farmer's Column. ROOT CROPS—MANGOLDS. No II. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 21 July 1866

jputtt' Colnm HOOT CHOPS — MANGOLDS. j No. H. | There can be but one opinion as to the value of this root to all farmers and dairymen, said the thousand and one testimc&ies ius to its suitability to our Victorian climate ought to go far towardsincreasing its 'culture. The trials fhrough draughtwhiehour rural Mends underwent thelast seasonor two will, we trust, tend to make them avoid such In future as far as possible. A good farmer ought always to endeavor to 'be rather over done with fodder than with cattle. Cattle stinted in their food axe never profitable, and we know of no heavier return of nourishing food per acre than that from mangolds. Farmers near town are, we are glad to leam, entering into contracts with dairymen for supplying those roots andothers at the ehdof summer; this is as it ought to be; two parties can frequently act advantageously in concert when they would fail individually. The price this season is 45s. a ton, but there h scarcely any supply for Melbou...

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GAWLER LOCAL COURT. TUESDAY, JULY 17. [Before Mr. R. J. Turner, S.M.] [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 21 July 1866

GAWLER LOCAL COTJRT. Tuesday, July 17. .[Before Mr. 3R. J. Turner, S.M.] Chkbiton v. Turker. — Claim for £5 for damages occasioned by the detention of a box * of clothes. Mr. '.turner, on behalf of plaintiff, stated the case. 'There was no defence. Margaret C-heriton deposed that she had lodged at defendant's, while out. of 'place; that she had a box of clothing of the value of £ 5 , containing a dress, shawls, and a variety of other clothing, which had been detained by defendant. 'VVitn.es.s had sustained much inconvenience through being deprived pf the use of her clothing, yjad had been necessitated to borrow garments.''' Witness stated that she had paid the greater.part of the charge made by defendant for iier lodging, and had ten dered the balance, iVhich defendant refused to receive. Verdict for the amount claimed, the sum to be reduced, to' Is. on return of the £-wc, defen dant ,to pay costs. L

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Varieties. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 21 July 1866

frattits. Why does a railway clerk cat a hole in' your ticket ? — To let you pass through. Why should you recommend to a lazy man and a dull man billiards above all other games? —Because in playing it the former may always take a rest, whilst the latter can ever get a eue. Mrs. Partington says Ike has bought a horse so spirituous that he always goes off in a de canter. Irish Gratitude.— After O'Connell haxl ob tained the acquittal of a horse-stealer, the thief, in the ecstacy of his gratitude, cried out ' Och ! counsellor, I have no way here to fTm-nTr ver honor, but I wish't I saw yer. knocked down in me own parish ^ wouldn't I bring a faction to the rescue !' Economy in Beating Carpets.— When you purchase your carpets, take care to buy one that is infinitely superior to all the rest ; for such a carpet will beat every other carpet you have in the house. Hints on Evening Parties,— A young lady, after dancing all night and several hours | longer, will generally find, on consulting t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 21 July 1866

MARTIN & L0UT1T, PHfENIX lOBNUBI, OAWLBS, rUI-D beg to call attention io ««ir EUJST-CtASS OEUTPH BOHON PBIZE BSAPING MACHJN E§ for whicli they were awarded - 1 . at the Gawler Agricultural andHoFjiculturalSociety's Reaping Mjvfcch ip'Dfifcc. JS01. FXJjsip ^bijs^ ?. ???^.— at thp Crawler Agricultural and Horticultural Society's Heaping 3£atch in Pec. 4.863. ^ THE FIBST PEIZE at the Gawler Agricultural and Horticultural Society's Show in March 1866 ; 'SS* wotf TjjE an^iiii-ji^Gji match (STAKES £100) held at Salisbury in January 1S62. In fact, wherever MARTIN $ LOUTIT have entered their Machines at a Match, they have been awarded THE FIRST PBLZE. These Machines are pftJie strongest -yetiightest maJce, cnd-4l*e Clutch Motion can be confidently recommended, having given universal satisfaction xlurhfgtbe hist three years. MARTI JCIT L 0 U T I T Having at great expense erected an extensive Plant of: first-rate Machinery, and mploying only the best 'Workmen, are therefore prepared t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 21 July 1866

XEstjLBUsited 184S-3 Machine andCreneral Implement Manufactory, MURRAY STREET, GA.WLER. ^ JOHN JOKES, Machinist, Blacksmith, VV iueeiwmht, ktc„ IftEGS to thank 'his numerous -5Ubfomers ll) forpast Javors, and as Jie now devotes It^PmG AND WINNOWING MACffl^fES, Wagons, drays, spring carts, 'NEW- PORT PAGNELLS, &e.,&c., . On the shortest best ri&ferialsv Heaping ancl TOntt^&g Machines of ^rojy constructionmafte to order. Second-hand Ueaping Machines for Sale 'or Hire. MARTtN & LOUTIT, Phoenix Foundry, Gawlfer. ENGINEERS, MACHINISTS, MILLWRIGHTS, COACH BUILDERS, Agricultural Implement Makers, &c.s &c. Phoenix Foundry, Gawler. i MARTIN & LOUTIT, WOULD call the attention of Farmers and others to their Large Assortment of PLOUGHS of all kinds, HARROWS, SCAR IFIERS, PLOUGHSHARES, HORSE-RAKES *&c., &c. DRAYS, WAGGONS, and all sorts of Agricultural Implements on Sale, or made to 'order. Also SPRING CARTS, PAGNELL...

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