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MURDER OF A POLICEMAN. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 4 August 1866
MURDER OF A POLICEMAN. Charles O'Neil, a policeman, was mur dered in Dublin on the night of April 28. About 12 o'clock he was on duty near Ormond-market, &t the north side of the city, when he heard a, woman in Phill lane calling ' PoKce !' He hastened to the spot, and when he aproached it he met a man who presented a pistol at him and nred two «hots, both ot which took effect in the stomach. The assassin then ran away. O'Neill pursued as long as he was able, crying ' Stop'the mtirderer !' but he soon became 'eTba^tecTTroin loss of blood, and, falling down, expired almost immediately. The shots and cries attracted some persons to the place, and the body of the unfortunate man was conveyed to the Jervis-street Hospital. A woman named Doyle states that a man named Richard Kearney presented a pistol at her, which caused her to run away and call for the police, and a little girl who was in the lane at the time affirms that she heard some one say, ' Kearney, you have shot the man...
A QUERY. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 4 August 1866
A QUERY. TO THE EDITOR, 'Sir — Can you inform me whether Judge I Boothby takes any part in the approaching Trial of Implements next week in Adelaide, or ' whether the firm of G wynne Han-son do? I am, Sir, &e., PHU1SNY BUOY. Adelaide, August 2. £W e are not able to answer our correspon dent's question, but would advise him not to play with edge-tools. — Ed. B.]
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 4 August 1866
SALE or CROWN LANDS Crown Lands Office, Adelaide. July II, 1866. 1J OTICE is hereby given that tho following i* portions of CrownLands will be offered tor sale by public auction, at the Land Office, Adelaide, on Thursday, the ^twenty-third day of August, 186iS, at eleven ef the dock in the forenoon, at the upset price affixed to each lot respectively, on the terms and conditions and under the provisions ofan Act of the Parlia ment of South Australia, passed in the twenty first year of Her Majesty's reign, intituled 'An Act for regulating the sale and other disposal . of Waste Lands belonging to the Crown in South Australia.' Deposit, twenty per cent. WILLIAM MILNE, j Commissioner of Crown Lands, and : Immigration. ] Town Sections. \ County Russell — Township of Meningie, Hun dred of Bonney. Sec. b. p. Price. 1 la.-6p. JE10 10 2 3 0 7 10 3 3 0 7 10 4 3 0 7 10 5 SO 7 10 6 la. 20p. 11 6 8 2 29 6 5 9 3 0 7 10 10 3 0 7 10 11 3 0 7 10 13 3 0 7 10 13 SO 7 10 14 3 O 7 10 15 2 39 6 15 16 1 2...
GAWLER POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, JULY 31. [Before Mr. R. J. Turner, S.M.] [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 4 August 1866
GAWLEE POLICE COURT. Tuesday, July 31. fBefoie Mr. li. J. Turner, S.M J John Harvey, of Gawler Belt, was charged by Police-Sergeant Saunders with having in his possession an unregistered dog. Informa tion withdrawn. William Stafford was charged on the infor mation of Sergeant Saunders with having in his possession one unregistered dog. Police-Constable -Mee proved the case. Believed Mr. Stafford was in Adelaide on the day on which the charge was made. The defendant stated that on hearing of the charge he went immediately to the Cor nAmfiAn w»triKfr.m.f5on rtf fKa dog. He thought the last registration was -for 12 months, whereas it turned out that' it was for eight months only. Fined J&3 and ?costs 15s. Wednesday, August 1. [Before THr Worship the Mayor (Mr. Mitchell), and Dr. Lewis, J.P.J John Welsh , was brought up on a charge of drunkeness, was fined five shillings, and in default of ^payment locked up for twenty four hours. William Jordan was charged with being an idle an...
Varieties. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 4 August 1866
ffaricfits. : Crinoline shoppers; who never 'bay, 'are - known in the trade are counter-irritants . 'Why is a person that never lays a wager as bad as a regular^ gambler? — Because he is no better. Who is. it that is in two situations at once?? — A lover; for when he is beside bis- fair one he is usually oesiae nunseii. Tom Moore 'compared love to a . potato, ' because it shoots from the eyes 'Orrather,* exclaimed Byron, ' because it becomes less' by. pairing,' Lord William Lennox mentions a joke attributed to a wit of the day, when he was asked -on the failure of Sir John Paul's bank, ' Were you not upset 2' 'No,' he replied, 'I only lost ray balance.' There are two directly opposite reasons why a man cannot sometimes get credit; one is because he is not known, and the other because he is. Mr Wilkinson has ' written to a western paper, informing the public that he thinks the newspaper record of eis death is incorrect. He says that to the best of his knowledge and belief he is still...
GAWLER LOCAL COURT. TUESDAY JULY 31. [Before Mr. R. J. Turner, S.M.] UNSATISFIED JUDGMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 4 August 1866
*GAWIiES LOCAL COURT. Tuesday July 81. iXBefore Mr. £. J. Turner, S.M.'} [ UN SATISFIED- JU1-GMKNT. WKjCOX v. McKEON.-^For .£15 lite. 8d., goods supplied. -Defendant was not present. Mr. Lewis appeared for plaintiff. Ati order -was made for the. payment *-£ 10s. per week. * ?ODSFENDBD CASKS. Krkusler ^v. Ryles.— -For -JS17 '17s. ^lOd., goods sapplied. Mr. Lewis appeared for. plaintiff, and called H1UIIUU AJTCUALd* liUC the debt and delivery of account. The defendant disputed -several of the items. John Kyles, the defendant, deposed that he had ottered the plaintiff the money for what he ' had had, but objected to paying 'for articles he had not had. Cross-examined by Mr. Lewis— Witness's wife and boy sometimes get things at Mr. Kreusler's. Verdict for plaintiff for £7 15s. Id. without costs of the day. Wilcox v. Stutkly. — This case was with drawn.
Poet's Corner. GEORGIANA ARABELLA. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 4 August 1866
[?] GEORGIAN A. ARABELLA. SS- Nimrod wants a belle, Poor fellow — ha, '3-oor fellow Tib the -very belle to euitlunv Geoigiaaa Arabella. -He is not over handsome, No more, dear sir,, am I ; IVegofeauoseedUedpug, And a desperate «quint in my -eye* Txa v«y cheerful tempered. That is, when Fm on the cpree, So teUhim, Mr. Editor, He's just the beau for me. My eyes were black last week, But now they're -tarnmg blue^ So Xthink as lor as that jjoea That I shall surely do. I think r am rather witty, Though often called a fool ; And Fve learned to make a bargain, Thongh I've sot been long from school, I am not very tall, - But what I lose in height, Ihave it in the round-about, Being sixteen stone in weight ; My hair it -is not cariotty, ; But yet it is not grey, So there's my picture, Nimrod, And I never will say nay. I never read no novels, Only one called Cinderella ; She could sot hold a candle to Georgiana Arabella. - — L-md-mJIeralcL
WARS AND RUMOURS OF WARS [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 4 August 1866
WARS AND RUMOURS OF WARS It is exceedingly probable that at this very moment Europe may be the scene of hostilities which in their progress will include every nation of the Northern hemisphere, and extend a baneful in fluence to the less populous settlements of the Southern. Whether the fact be so or not will ere long be made apparent* In the meanwhile a hostile colltsinn Tiaa occurred in North America, -which, al though inconsiderable in extent, and comparatively unimportant as to result j is the cause of profound regret being felt by all patriotic and right-minded men. j When -the Fenian movement first de veloped itself it was supposed to be the offspring of a restless sense of former injuries, entertained by a few ardent spirits whose temperament induced them to foster hereditary hatred rather than recently established friendliness. That the wrongs again and again sustained by Ireland at the hands of England in past years were great and wholly indefensible no 'candid and well-iaf...
GAWLER CORPORATION. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 1. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 4 August 1866
-GAWLER CORPORATION. Wednesday. August 1. Present-— His Worship the M nvor (Mr. Mitchell), and Councillors Clement, .Finch, Loutit, Mold, and Deland. 'Hie minutes of the last meeting were read and confirmed. A letter was read from Mr. W. E. Boberts, Hon. Secretary to the Committee for arranging details connected with laying the foundation stone of the new Post Office, requesting the Corporation to co-operate with the Committee 'fin that innra-ciftn. .Mr finings afterwards attended, and stated that the co-operation asked for included the arrangement of a pro cession preparatory to the laying of the stone T?y His Worship the Mayor. He also informed the members of Council that the Oddfellows and Foresters had been requested to join in the procession ; that the stone would be laid at eleven, and the luncheon take place at one. Councillor FincS moved, and Councillor Deland seconded the motion, that Councillors Clement and Mold should be a subcommittee to make the necessary arrangements. ...
USEFUL HINTS TO SMALL FARMERS. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 4 August 1866
USEFUL HINTS TO SMALL FABBQ3BS. Bust and smut are the two chief diseases of wheat in this colony. -Bust has been prevalent eveiywhere among -the wheat crops, :hnd even the pats have not escaped. uch 'diversity of t opmiou has existed as to the cause of this -^csltiFgo, -biit-is-i* -generally- understated now ~ principallyto be caused by continued 'drizzling rain, as we have had this season, repeated fogs, and mist, together with very sudden changes in the atmosphere, all of which we -have 'had more or less in this district as the srrain was annmarh ing maturity. Drainage to a certain extent may mitigate this evil, although in some low 'situa- tions, surrounded by timber or bills, Vbere fegs will settle down, crops will ever be liable to it. Minute parasitical funjji will be 'fetund on the stalk if examined by a powerful lens, and the naked eye can easily detect the scars they leave behind. NO preparation has ever -yet been dis covered to remedy this. Smut can j to a certain extent, ...
THE ROAD QUESTION. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 4 August 1866
THE ROAD QUESTION. On the 26th July, a large meeting assembled at Crase's Hotel, Kapunda, to Tnect — MessTT3r™Bright: srrd'' Everard. the ' members of 'the Road Board who ' pro ceeded northwards for the purpose of ascertaining and 'reporting on the state of the roads. His Worship the Mayor aP fr omi-n/fo AnAainiA^I 4-1* a Al4lipuiiuai u-uvupicu LUU vQali. Mr. Peabce moved — That the Central Road Beard should be informed of the very great importance of the Truro Bead to this district ; -and that they be respectfully requested to -open and mak'» it passable, -as soon as possible. The motion was seconded by Mr. Geeenhough, and spoken to by Messrs. Oldham and Rowe, and carried unani mously. Mr. Eeltott moved — That this meeting views with alarm the present state of the labor market, in and around Kapunda; and would respectfully urge upon the Government the necessity of adopting some means to relieve the distress that mnst 'aris e in consequence amongst -the labouring com munity in this ...
Farmers' Column. MANUBE FOR VINES. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 4 August 1866
[?] . . 'MANUBE FOB VUJESl .ur. i*uyot terms the viue an energetic ' and that 'does not requiie^a manure Vholly decomposedj 'unlike an annual^ which require for its rapid devefopm'ent'food ready'for assimi lation, it derives more advantage 'from manures which take a -long time 'to decompose. Thus heath, -fern,-*traw, Vine-shoots, branches of some trees, which, when buried, lot within ?two or 'three .-years, tare excellent manure; wouen rags, nuns, and hoars, are precarious on account of the-long time *they ;take to decom pose.' The doctor saysnot a Word about bones or lime, 'but after giving it as hisjopinion th«t stablfe-manure is, on the whole, the surest and most regular in its effects, asserts that-'* farm manure is the only one which cah'be used when comparative experiments are made on the vine. The quantity to give each vine -must ,be:. deter mined by the owner, br by a knowledge of die 'vineyard. -After'the' eighthyear, the soil (sterile at first) having become richby cultiva...
TALK OF THE WAGS. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 4 August 1866
TALK QWTBE W&m. The. talk (of the wags)is tbatthere *'was something ominous in the mishap sustained by the Governor in his ? start ; for the 'South on , Tuesday last; *that driving « of all kinds, except in mines, is unsatisfactory in this polony; 'that ' rounding » earner ' ?- especially of - that heavy block of buildings, the Government offices, is somewhat analogous: to the problem of squaring -the circle; 'that having beside him the greatest obstacle _to progress at the present moment— a bank manager, the wonder Js how His Excellency got on at all ; that the asser tion of tho Telegraph that ' His Exeel -lency stopped to f contemplate the damage,' is belie ved^to be erroneous, and ; that the incident was purely accidental - on all hands, the Governor not contem plating the infliction of any damage of the kind. The farther talk is that -although Mr. Tomkinson probably anti cipated a run on some bank or otiier before their return, he did not expect so nearly --a stoppage; t...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 4 August 1866
k Laying the Foundation Stone of the New Post Office, Gawler THB FOUKDATIGN STONE of Ufe :-KEW POST OFFICE, Gswler, will be LAID on WEDNESDAY, the 8th of August, at Eleven ^o'clock -forenoon, by JOHN MITCHELL, Esq., Major of Gawler. Members of the Ministry and other gentle men have been invitedto take. paxfc m the proceedings. A platform willbeerectedfor tha convenience of ladies. : Admission ly ticket only, which can be obtained from the ? Hon. Sec. . At 1 o'clock, at the Oddfellows' Hall, there will be a LUNCHEON. Tickets, 5s. each, to be ibad of ikefollowing- members *of «aa J. A- Buchan Jas. Fergnson, E.Clement 3LE. Bright, jun. ; J.Mold ; and the Hon. Secretary, W. EDGAR BOBERTS. The Gawler Band have ? kindly, promised their -valuable services. GAWLEE CORPORATION. Public Cemetery near Willaston. NOTICE is hereby given that the PUBLIC CEMETERY -near Willaston is now OPEN for INTERMENTS. Any person requiring graves to be opened therein inust make application to the undersigned. T...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 4 August 1866
OWES liYH CH, J 3TA3X3H M© *CLOCKMAEJ£R, i . JEWELLER, -&c.t ^ ? II j| mOSMS 5lii8®aePtt3s'wad'fiie^Pifl3ic,j 'r A of Gawler, xwhile'ihaiildng 'them^orihoirj ssupport during the la^ten yesirs'tfaat-lie snllj ^be prepared on the lSth;in6t'to execute orders, I -having made arrangements with a -First- Class I -House'iu Adelaide for a constant supply of ] ; articles of good quality, and at .moderate prices, j . Having iiad property stolen from his premises ) some time since, he has iiow made them secure ' ironi robbdiy, and lias insured all stock against, Hepars of all kinds carefully execnted. j . A large stock of WATCHES, JEWELLERY, &c, ' ' constantly on hand, at Adelaide prices. O. L. desires to return thanks to all who scyBvoathised with him io his losses, and assisted | ;-in ^covery of part of the property. [ vJames Smith, Confectioner, ! (latb of topham-stkket,) i dTlS OSEMOTED Ms Business to tlie ] li ^Shop lately occupied by Mr. Henderson j 'No.20, 'Hindley-stree...
THE GAWLER MARKETS. Bunyip Office, Friday Evening. GRAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 4 August 1866
THE GAWLER MARKETS. iBmyip Office, 'Friday Evening. Grain. Wheat 5s. per bushel, the farmers are selling more freely — market very dull. ?Flour jE14 10s. per ton, 32s. per bag — very little demand. Bran, wholesale, Is. 5d. per bushel ; retail Is. 7d. Pollard Is. lOd. Oats. 5s. to 6s. Fowls' Com 4s. Hay, JE4 to .£5 15s. Bread, 2lb loaf, 5d. Meat. Mutton, hind-quarters, 9d. :-per lb.; fore quarters 7d. Beef, 7d. to. lOd. per lb. Veal, 7d. to 9d. per lb. Pork, 9d. to lOd. per lb. Vegetables. Cabbages, 6d. to 9d. each. Turnips, 5d. per bunch. Carrols, 4d. per bunch. Cauliflowers, 6d.to8d. Onions, 6d. per lb. Parsnips, 4d. per bunch. Potatoes, 9s. 6d. per cwt. : Seed Potatoes, 10s. 6d. ! Sweet Melons, 5d. to lOd. Water do. 4d„ to Ed - Radishes, lid. per bunch Parsley ld. per bunch. Celery, 6d. to 8d. per head Fecit Apples, 4d. to 6d. per lb Pears, 4d. to 6d. per lb. Lemons 2d. to 6d. each. Oranges, from Is. 6d. to 2s; per dozen. Tomatoes 3d. per lb. Daibv Peodcce. Butter, 2s. per lb. Egg...
SOUTH AUSTRALIAN RAILWAYS. TIME TABLE. PORT DIVISION.—Week-Day Trains. DOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 4 August 1866
SOUTH AUSTRALIAN RAILWAYS. ? ' - . TIWKTtltT.K Post Division.— Week -D*y-TrainB. - ' SOUK. ? J ? AUelaule ? -leparUirei7-30 ? 9-lS 11'15 1-40 3-30| 5-20 Bowden... ? „ 7 34 9-19 11-19 1-44 3-34 5.20 Woodvilte..... „ 7*42 9-2} 11-27 1'52 3'43 6 30 Alberton ? „ 7'50 9-35 U-35 2-00 3-80 5'43 Port, arrival ? ? 8-00 } 9-45 11-45 2*10 4-00 ? ? UP. ? . Port ? — departure;B-so 1 1015 1 12-45 2-301 4-30 . 6-10 Alberton ? „ 18-24 1 10-19 1 12-49 2*34 441 CUT WoodtfUe,. v„, 48-32 1 10-2* 112-67 242 4-42J6-25 Bowden.... . „ 18^40 j 10351 1-05 2*50 4*50(6^35 AtUiUMo.... -^arrival j8^0l 10-451 1-15 3 -Q0 5 -t*u] 645 Pokt Dxvison.— Sunday Trains. \ ? ? ? XK-W». ? Adelaide ? departure 9-40 1-30 340 5-30 Bowden ? ? ? „ 9'04 1'34 3-34 5'30 Woodville ? ? „ 9-12 1*42 3-42 5'40 Alberton ? ? 8-20 1-50 3-50 £'5Q Port ? ? ? . ? arrival. 930 2-00 4-00 6-00 - ? . ? CP ? Port ? ? ? ? .departure 10-00 2-20 4-so 6-30 Alberton ? ? ? „ 10-u 2-24 4-34 6-34 Woodvilto ? ? - 10-12 2-42 4-42 6 40 ?Bowden ? ? .. 10-20 2...