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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 21 July 1866

TO ADVERTISERS AND €»NTRIBSSTORS. We ^desire to impress on both these classes of estimable individuals the desirability of forwarding to us early in the week what ever may be intended for:.. iuseKtion in the Bunyip on the ensuing Saturday. They ehould bear in mind that the twenty -fo^r | columns of the paper are not set up in a few hours, and that the very large circu lation which it has attained renders the . going to press easier than formerly abso [ lutely necessary. .Under these eircum ' stances we are sometimes obliged to exclude i commmunications, simply because they arrive too near the time of publication. If our correspondents, and advertisers will have the kindness, wben practicable, to forward their communications about the' middle $f the we^, they will secure justice to themselves and greatly convenience u£. Through op unusual press of local matter, we are . . necessitated to jmstpone our usual ' Talk,' and also §ome communications from valued corres pondents, ®(te |kuiti...

Publication Title: Bunyip
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THE GAWLER MARKETS. Bunyip Office, Friday Evening. GRAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 21 July 1866

THE GAWLER MARKETS. Bunyip Office, Friday pvenujg. Wheat very dulL Scarcely any business coping. Sereral parcels have boon disjxpsed of to-day at 5s. Sd. Flour -£16 per Ton, per Bag 34$. Bran, wholesale Is. 7d., retail Is. 9d. per bushel. Pollard Is. lOd. to 2s. per bushel. Fowls' Corn 4s. 5d. per bushel. Oats and Barley, scarce. Kay, good Wheaten, £5 10s., to 10s, Oaten, J$&. Bread, SlbJoaf, J5d. Meat. Mutton, hind-guarters, 9d. per ,1b.; .Cpre qiiarters 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 buntih. Carrots, 4d. per bunch. Vegetable Marrows, 6d. to 1-Qd. e$.ch. Cauliflowers, 6d. to Sd. Oixions, £d. per lb. Parsnips, 4cl. per bunch. Potatoes, 10s. per cwt. -^eed Potatoes, 10s. 6d. Sweet Melons, 5#. to lOd. Water do. 4d. to-SJ Radishes, lid. per bunch Parsley ld. per bunch. ?French Beans, . 5d. per lb. Galery, 6d. to Sd. per lieajl 'Frxht Apples, 4d. to. fid. per lb Pears, 4d. t...

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Poet's Corner. A SONG FOR THE STOCK EXCHANGE. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 21 July 1866

pitfsfermr. j A SONG FOE THE STOCK JEXCHAN-GK I The price of shares was falling fast, Ab to the Court s Capel passed A ' Ball,' Who, straightened in supplies, Hoped to make money by a rise. . Excelsior! His hat was cocked; his nose beneath There gleamed a weed between his teeth; And gaily, as he walked along, 33e hunffflted a, &agment of the song, ?' Excelsior!' , He Foundthemoney market tight, And ' Bulls*'were looking black asnight; i ~Yet, heedless of the adverse tone, He made some 'babble shares his own. Excelsior! ' Bay not a share !' the broker said, '?'The market's heavy now as lead; The road to raid opens wide.** But he foolhardily replied ' Excelsior ''Stay!' said a friend, '? the man' who^drest In bubble schemes should ne'er invest. Twere folly falling shares to buy.' Yet, undeterred, he made reply, ? 'Excelsior!' 'Beware, if funds still lower fall, Beware the street of BasinghaU ! Think how your prospects' it would'blight?' ' Still calmly he replied '«? all right ...

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THE GRAND SACRED CONCERT AT THE ADELAIDE TOWN HALL. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 21 July 1866

THE rGRAND SACRED CONCEE AT THE ADELAIDE TOWN HALL. ? TO THE EDITOR. S|if- — I should have sent partienlars of i concert on the loth, but being out of town In unable to attend, so I must be content with t second editioi}. revised and corrected. The H was not so crowded as ou the previous occash there bei^g plenty of room for the most amj crinolines. ' At' 8 o'clock the show commenced with grand overture by' the baud, rendered with grt precision,- and it- called forth loud applause. Then Miss Neville did a solo, ' A ngels ev bright and fair,' and she certainly lias a goo voice, but one not' much adapted for sacreu music. Next the full choir roared through a chorns, ' O Father,' in a manner jjroviag that they were sound in their luugs if uot X11 their judg ment. Mr. J. W. Daniel then came forward, and was greeted with loud applause. When he com menced to howl I thought from the contortions of his face that he was suffering from a severe attack of toothache; or else some one was prick ...

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GAWLER CORPORATION. WEDNESDAY, JULY 18. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 21 July 1866

GAWLER CORPORATION. I Wednesday, July 18. j Present — His VVorship.the Mayor (Mr. Mit chell), and Councillors Jb'inch, Mold, Deiaiid, asd Young. ^The minutes of the preceding meeting were: read aud eonfiraned. ' ' ? * A Letter was 'read from Mrs. Higgins, request-' ihg that a level crossing might be made from her premises in Murray -street to block No. 202. .^he application was not granted,' but the* Council iufcmated that they would not object i to the building of a bridge over the watertable. A letper was read, iroin tne c ruet secretary's Office, intimating that the Government were? prepare! to rua^e an advance for the purpose^ of employing nien in the interval between the ~ present tittle and October. ' Another letter from the Chief Secretary's' f Office was read, intubating that on receipt of, reply to a former circular a definite answer would be given to the former 'application of the Council. ; Letters were read, applying for the appoint--, ment of Curator of the new Cemetery...

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SALISBURY LOCAL COURT. THURSDAY, JULY 19. [Before Mr. R. J. Turner, S.M.] [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 21 July 1866

SALISBURY LOCAL COURT. Thursday, July 19. [Before Mr. R. J. Turner, S.M.] £-av v. t ynan. — For -£10, for mohey paid to' W. Powell on account 'of Fynan. Edward Kirkler proved a document autho rising Day to employ a mason named Steven 'son at 10s. per day. William Powell deposed that he was engaged'by Mr. Day to 'do mason's work at 10s. per day. Didv 20 days at 10s. her day. Received no instructions from Day. William Day deposed that defendant agreed with hhu'to build a house at Reeves's Plains, and he engaged Powell! Andrew Fynan, mason, stated that ho never authorised Day to' pay the money. ' Powell once refused to come when wanted. Never authorised Mr. Lane to get a man fpr him. Never saw the document produced- before. Powell had nothing to do with the contract. Witness was not paid for what Powell did. t Verdict a nohsjiit. E

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HIGHWAY BOBBERS.—A SUGGESTION. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 21 July 1866

HIGHWAY ROBBERS.— A ^ ' suggestion. ? ^ I TO THE EDITOB. ; Sir. — To rid the colony of the .pest of footpads the Government should appoint five or ten men as detectives, sworn in as special constables, and invested with all the powers ' of the police, but wholly disconnected from that body, as a rule never appearing iu police courts, except incognito , and holding no communication whatever with the pplice, except when actually requiring their assistance, when ou application either to the Chief Inspector, or Commissioner of Police,' any number of constables they may require should he placed under their orders, fro tempore. They should never interfere in street rows, or anything of a minor character, but their whole time when not employed in running their game to earth,' should be taken up in making themselves acquainted (under the direction of one of their number las chief), with the haunts and habits pf all persons who have either no visible means of support, or who arrive from ques...

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VOLUNTEER MOVEMENT GAWLER [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 21 July 1866

YOLUNTEER MOVEMENT INT *' ' ' GAAVLER. On Wednesday evening, several gen- ' tlemen met at Mr. Mullens 'Hotel to originate a company of volunteers to wear the kilt uniform. Mr. Buchan was called to the chair. The Chairman stated the object cf the meeting- a*id 'eipressed a. hope that a company would be formed in Gawler,1 because if an armed volunteer force were not organised in South Australia the Government would have ho alternative but to bring the Militia Act iuto force, vhieh undoubtedly they would im mediately do. The cruet point tor con. sideration that evening was whether .the company shbuld be a Scqtch company or otherwise. That might be considered a preliminary meeting as another would 110 doubt be necessary. Jjje hoped Gajvler. would not lose the character it how enjoyed for promptness aed patriotism. Captain Ogilvy would like tp see a company formed in Gawler but inclined to the old uniform as' likely to be niore extensively popular, or he would like to see a company with ...

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WEDNESDAY, JULY 18. [Before Mr. R.J. Turner, S.M., and Mr. H. Bright, J.P.] [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 21 July 1866

? 1 Wednesday, July 18. JBefofe Mr. R. *J. Turner, S.M., and Mr. H. I : E. Bright, J.P.] ' j . Martin jyas chaaged with supplying certain natives with a bottie pf ruin, j Sergeant Saunders stated^ that on Monday ;]ast one of the natives complained to bin? that the defendant had siiipplied his lubVa with sojrits On gojn^.dowc ,to the encamp ment newfound some of the women intoxicated Defendant admitted having supplied the liqu'or. * v The court cautioned the defendant against offending again, as the consequences, would be serious to her. She was fined for this first offence the lowest peualty ^61, the fine and costs amounting together to 35s. f Cornelius Hogan was charged with loitering about Gawler without Visible means of sup port. ' *5 He pleaded not giujty. Sar^eant Sanders stated that he bad noticed the defendant loiterer* about Gawler South I without any apparent occupation. He had been in G? wler about a week. ' Had more than once observed him going about in Gawleir 'South bet...

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

GAWLER POLICE COUBT. ! Tu-dsday, July 17. ' '? fBefoie Mr. R. J. Turner, S.M J | Monro v. Campion.— This was a case of j assault. ' 1 ' Mr. Brady appeared for plaintiff, Mr. Turne^ j ?for defendant, who Vas absent. Thomas Monro deposed that on thp 6th July 1 he was in the parlor of.the Mill Infi with de fendant and others, when Mr. Campion called \ 'witness sfi^e^al opprobious names, and subse- J guently, while witness was speaking, to a third ps^rty, detenplant wok up a canaiesties anu. 1 threatened to strike him with it. He after- ; ^ards threw a bottle oJE wine and also a tumbler at witness. 'The tuni.bler struck witness on the temple and stunned him. Defendant after attempted to strike witness, and witness struck U\n\. Did not strike ' defendant '.'first. The tumbler was thrown with great violence, and knocked witness off bis seat. Attributes de fendant's conduct to some difference between them as to 'm.atters of account. .Feared that defendant might repeat his conduct. Mr. Turn...

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LOCAL COURT CAUSE LIST. TUESDAY JULY 24. DEFENDED CASES. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 21 July 1866

f LOCAL COURT CAUSE LIST. Tuesday July 24. DEFENDED CASES. Wilcox v. Elsholz. WilcOx v. Forth. Cowan v. Mitchell. Policjj Coukt. Police v. Stafford. Police v. Ragless. Police v. Laycock.

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FRIDAY, JULY 20. [Before Mr. R. J. Turner, S.M.] [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 21 July 1866

Friday, July 20. J [Before Mr. K. J. Turner, S.M-1 1 I John 'Sullivan was charged with being drank , [ and creating a disl urbance in Murray -street en the night of the 19th inst. He pleaded not j guilty, but three witnesses having deposed' to he was fined five snilHngs. '

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Pact's Corner. KISS AND NEVER TELL. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 28 July 1866

jj0otfs Corner. KISS AND NEVEK TELL. Though you may sip from beaut ye lip Tlie sweets that there do dwell, ; 1'is *«y wean in you, I ifecn. IF you shall kiss and tell ! What makes the kiss exquisite bliss— A sweet Elysian spell? Be always sure the kiss is pure ; But never loss and toll. This bona of lore springs from above 'Where saints and Angels dwell ; It is but lent, and never meant That yon should kiss and tell. It is a seal—a balm to heal — ? A pe;u l wit hin a sholl — The Ilyblian dew, for ever new ; But never kiss and tell! . It is the plan, since timo began, Approved and honored well ; From Kubla Khan to Ispahan, They kiss and never tell ! In nights in June, beneath the moon, The fairies know it well; Such rosy breath our Venua hath ; Wo kias and never tell. ?Since Eros rose, or Helen's woes— The monk within his cell — The mitred one — the gentle nun All kiss and never toll.

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TALK OF THE WAGS. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 28 July 1866

TALK OF THE 'WAGS. The falk (of the wags) is that the 'Gawler men out did themselves at tho meeting of Wednesday night, that they evidently comtemplaied not a company, that an army ; but considering the favorable way in which tlio proposi tion for cavalry was received and the objections urged against 'a standing army' it is fair to infer that the whole lorco would consist ot cavalry, wtucii, oi course, would be a sitting army.; that, nevertheless, if the meeting, had been somewhat prolonged there- were Gaw lerites present prepared to follow up tho affirmed proposition for artillery by motions for companies of sappersand miners, marines, grenadiers, fusileers, pioneers, engineers, bombardiers, donkey ears, aud every other variety of military force; 'that the neighbouring farmers would be likely to join tho cavalry, they being already acquainted with hus bandry ; that artillery could bo con veniently and economically instructed in Gawler. there beinir already two mills in the place— o...

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THE GAWLER MARKETS. Bunyip Office, Friday Evening. GRAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 28 July 1866

THE GAWLER MARKETS. Ihutgip Ojpce, Friday Evening. Gi:ain. \Micat is \-cry dull of sale, quotation 5s. 601., per buahel. Flour J515 per Ton, per Bag 32g. - l'ollard ts. lod. to Ss. per bushel. :- ISran Is. cd. to Is. Sd. j ; ' ' ; Ilarlay and Oats liono in the market./ ^ Wheateh Hay, fixMn JE5 to J£5 10s. Oaten Hay, according to tiuulity, from £4 15s. to Bread, 2lb loaf, 5d. ? ? - Meat. Mutton, hind-quarters, 9d. -per Ib.j fore quarters 7d. Beef, 7d. to. lQd. i-er lb. Veal, 7d. to yd. per lb. Pork, yd. to lOd, per lb. ViXJtrrAHi.iis. - Caliba;res, Cd. to i)d. each. . ? Turnips, 5d. |»er bunch. . . Carrots, 4d. per bunch. CauliHoH-ei-s, 6d. to Sd. Onions, 6ti. per ib. Parsnips, 4d. per bnnch. Potatoes, lOs. per cwt. . Seed Potatoes, His. t-d. Sweet Melons, 5d. to lOd. Water do. 4d. toSd liadislies, lid. per bunch Parsley ld.*per bunch. Celery, Cd. to Sd. per head 1'jsuit Apples, 4d. to Cd. per lb Pears, 4d. to Cd. per lb. Lentous 2d. to Cd. cach. Oranges, from Is. 6d. to 2s. per doze...

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SOOTH AUSTRALIAN RAILWAYS. TIME TABLE. PORT DIVISION.—Week-Day Trains. DOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 28 July 1866

SOOTH AUSTRALIAN RAILWAYS. 'ftMiJ TAISI.K. l'oar Division. — Wui- Dty Trains. i»ows-. JVlleXaule. 'j ±.j . i j 'j-- . : -,tj u-.,w ^ q Itondcu. ? ... „ |?*3c j 919 j lll» i 1*4.-1 3-34; S.ii 'iVoodviHc..... h (7'« J 9 27 H-« 1 1 52 3 fi\ 5-r«i AlU-rtuii- ..... „ h*5« j i--35 j n-:;3 j stK» :; 5u| 1'ojrt. arrival ........... | 9-45 j It'-=- 1 2'ia 4-g.i; w;,i . f e. Port. . ? ? dcpartuie s-so j lu io i 12'4o ; '--»i I 4 :;i, i,-|7, ? jVltcixoa .... „ ja-24 i ncia] 12-43 yji J 4-31 j -;-;a 'tt'OoJvitle . . „ U-32 J 10-27 { 13-57 2 « 1 l «j frl'S Jfvu'deu »,». „ j«-40 1 10-35. j l-«5|2«l-j.4-5lij-J-:j5 Atlclaiil-,- ? arrival p-w. 1 } 11 5 1 3-tm ' $--n,\ 6-45 1'oitT SuiicLty XraiiisT iwx. . AtLljiidc.. ...... . .....deiiarture » -h» , 1'3« j 3 30 s i-.;o ............... „ 9,-Ul j j 3-34 5,-a# ^Vomlville. . ...... .. . .. „ S'l2 j J Z ii 5 10 A^fxTto« , ...... ... . . . . .. j 1 -3fl, j 3'5« 5'5i» 3'ort-- ? ....... ...^..arrival. 9:» 1 j wu cuit '' ' ' - «.-!- ? ? ? ? iu oi» 1 2-a» ? a-...

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POET GAWLER AND VIRGINIA PLOUGHING MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 28 July 1866

TORT GAWLER AND VIRGINIA PLOUGHING MATCH. This annual event took place as an nounced on Wednesday last, the 25th inst. Tho day was most unfavorable for tlie occasion, but nevertheless tho show was decidedly an interesting one, aud the ploughing przes were well and nume rously competed for. There were on t he ground, lu-ides young stock, five entire horses, two draught marcs, and six head of dairy cattlo. The following is tho result ot the day s proceedings : — lluCHB STOCK. Judges — Messrs. W. Wia^fato, Jas. Lindsay, aud James Domtldsou. Imported Entires— No. 1, Mr. Dunkley's Tasmau, first prize ; ?---. Mr. J. liroadstock's Young Clyde, second prize. Colonial Entires — Class A, Mr. J. White's Pride of Gawler, first prize; Mr. It. L. ltoe's Kobiu llood, sccond prize. Class li, Mr. Jtichd. Gilk's Young CJydo (only ouc entry). Draught Marcs — No. l,Mr, W. ltisuborough's grey mare; No. 2, ilr. li. Hatcher's bay ina.ru, Ui\sL prize. Hcst Team of llorsos — No. 17, Mr. li. liarn field. ?Sp...

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LABOR AND INSTITUTION. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 28 July 1866

LABOR AND DESTITUTION. Thk Governnjeut appear to l)c adopting measures to regulate* the supply of iabor from Europe in aceoriiauco with the mpiircntciits of tho colony, both as to ijuautity and kinds. Dr. . lhuican, tho Immigration Agent ;it Port Adelaide, luts obtained from Mr. lluut, of the labor oi-ice iu Adelaide, a report on tho sub ject of the labor jnarhet in this colony, no doubt f*-r tho guidance of the colo- j uial Government, who, of course, will i issue new iuslructiona lo tho Agent in London, by the outgoing mail, respecting the aiuouut and descriptions of labor htircufter to be forwarded to South Aus i trnlia. j In tho report iurni8lied by Mr. Hunt cue louowmg arc ttie cinei items, nc describes bhtcksmitiis as abundant, mid avcKigo wages, without board, 45s. per week: bakers. as sunentbundant, v, -aires 40s. per week ; bricklayers and brick- ' makers as not being in excess, wages of ihe former 10s. per day ; bullook-drivers as not required, wagcn, with rations, from 15...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 28 July 1866

SALE OF CROWN LANDS. Thursday, August 9, 1866. Crown Lands Office, Adelaide, June 2B, 18GG. Notice is hereby given, that the following portions of Crown Lands will be offered for Salo by Public Auction, at tho Land Oflico, Adelaide, on Thursday, the ninth day of August, 1866, at eleven o'clock in tho Forenoon, at the up3ct price affixed to each Lot respectively, on the terms and con ditions, aud under the provisions of an Act of the Parliament of South Australia, ptissed in tho twenty-first year of Hit Majesty's reign intituled ' An Act for Regulating the Sale and other disposal of Waste I.mds belonging to the Crown in South Australia.' Deposit, twenty per cent. WM. MILNE, Commissioner of Crown Lands and Immigration. Special Countrt Lot. County Burra — About five and a half mileB north-east by north of Mount Cone, and about five milod south-oast by east of Jiazor back, Hundred o? Kingston. liot. Section. Acres. Price. 1671 301 201 £218 Country Sections. Upset price, £1 jier acre. Co...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 28 July 1866

f4MiTiiFiKi.u VouisTfiEjw. — On TltOS- J *ilay cvchiiis* Uist a fciwitO!* was lu'Ul atj Ht« SinitliUeld Hotel for tlifc pur^oso -»i' foniui!£j a 8ul--divisi()ii of lUc \ oluiitccr jjfscrvc force, 1'J ic* iiKH't iiiiX was not | jiuiiu'Wiisly aiicflW- d-air was bv MV. 11. Patterson, lato (*ai»lf.in of the Muuwo I'iira Kasfc Kifle^. The Chairmau sl»t«l tliat lie thought.! tlicy couM not form a company muo |K-ii(lcutiy of (ianler Kivor, wht'W it W j ?ill contcmj'lut ion to form -a sc(i;untc j -.--unj).iiiv. Mr. IV ItoT/hiiid staltnl that although *ht» JutHrlins sin»!l he knew ^ tl:at luany (Ktstns iu the nwghlwrliooa Avows iv.niv to join, and ho itiovcil ' Tlist 1 tlio iiQtt^ary stops he takeii for the pur- j of fowiti'iig a wtlnlivisioii of It 10 rcsiw fori* ai SaiithfeR l(l be tallwl; tin- iNrutiuo l*uiii Kubtlivision.' Ifis itlca 1 was that a txunpanv of tW man should bo raistHi, Tho motion was by 'Mr. James 8nuih, :iiul carriinl. Sc-wral addtx^sttl tho mcctinij, hut no j ^Atrthcr bu...

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