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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 11 August 1866

SCuesday, August 14, atip'clogk. ON THE PPEMISES ADJOINING THE (CE,ITEEION HOTEL, B ASSENT TOWN. ALLOTMENTS OF L^ND. HOUSES. FA H.MTNG IMPLEMENTS. FUIiNlTUKE, PLATg,.&c. PB^FJER ROWLAND has.been favored with instructions from Mr. William Bassett (who has let his farn^), to Sell by Public Auction, on Tuesday, August 14, at I o'clock, .on the premises adjoinining the Criterion Hotel — Two ALLOTMENTS of LAND in BASSETT TOWN Two Heavy Draught Horses Heaping and Winnowing Machines Tip Dray, Horse-Kake Weighing Machine, Chaff Qutter Plough, Plough Harness, Whipple-tree^ Sack Trtiek, Grindstone, Hay Eorks ^Quantity of Quarry Tools Wire Fencing T-qqIs, &c. I irst-class Pi-ate j Furniture. Glass, China J^itchen Utensils, &&., &c. Luncheon provided. Terms at sale. ' SEEft J SCOTTISH CHIEF. TIIIS Splendid Imported Clydesdale Horse will stand at the stables of the undersigned, known as Kelly's, EVANS TON, near Gawler. He will be at the LOUD LY-SDOGH HOTEL...

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SOUTH AUSTRALIAN RAILWAYS. TIME TABLE. PORT DIVISION.—Week-Day Trains. DOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 11 August 1866

SOUTH AITSTEALIAN RAILWAYS. TIMETABLE. 3POBI DmsiOK.— Week-lHy Trains. . ; , ? DflTK. , ? Aueiiuui;. ..... iiiyartiue y 30 9151 1115 j 1-40J 3-30.5 2 Bowden ? ? ?'34 j 9'19 ll;19 1*44 3-S4 S3 Woodville. ? : „ J-42 19-27 11-21 1-52 3'42 6'3 illberton ? ? „ 7^0)935 11-35 2-00 3-50 «-4'! I'art. arrival.. . ? |8ttS U:-j5 U'tf 2'lo) 4-DO| S-53 CP. ' Port. ? ? 4eparturej8-20 1015 13 45 2^0 4-30 «-lo Albertoc .... ~ „ js-34 10*19 12-49 2*34 *-34lsi5 Woodville.. „ 18-32 10-27 12-57 2-42 4 42 Ie-25 ltowden .... „ 18-40 JO-35 1*05 2;50 --aU j635 Atlelaldo.,.1 amval {-j-SQ io-45 V15. 3D0 5-0i| 6-45 t llpBT Divison. — Sunday Trains. ? ? PpTS. ? ? Adelaide ? ? ? departure 9t)0 1-30 3-30 s-30 JJowden...^ ? „ 9-04 1-34 3-34 WoodviUe,^ ? ? ? „ 9-12 1-42 3-42 5-40 Alberton ? „ 9- 20 1-50 3-50 5-50 l'ort ? ? arrjyaL 93a 2-00)4-00 6-00 ? ? CP ? ? Port ? ? — ? ? .degaj-tnrc 10-00 , 2-20 14-30 6*3o Alberton ? „ j 10-04 2-24 j 4-34 6-34 ?\Vood»ille...«'i ? ? „ 1 10-12 2-42 1 4-42 «-4a llowden ? ? ? ? tli...

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VINEYARDS AND WINE-MAKING. PLANTING. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 11 August 1866

YINEYAKDS asd WINE-MAKIIsTGr. fj PLANTING. | 'When tlie ground is prepared foy -the plantation, the plants are next tp be procured ; and these are nothing more a branch of the last years .wood, obtained by pruning the vines, and cut to the length, of from 15 to 18 inches. Those quicksgts or cuttings are the best ,which are thickly covered 'with eyes or biids,Jitd there is a prejudice in. favor of leaving a piece ot the old wood arracnea, like the head of a mallei, tp that of the last year's growth. But this is merely to show that the cutting must b,e of ripe \yqpd, as it is the bottom of ihe shoot, for the old wood is no advantage whatever, and in fact, the top ojf a shoot, provided the wood be well ripened, answers the purpose as we|l as the bottom, only, iuany of the branches have there fewer eyes. In ordinary seasons the vine wilj have cast its leaves, and the sap will have ceased to circulate about the vend of May, or thebegiljing of June ; andthe pruning may .then ije commenced...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 11 August 1866

TO CORRESPONDENTS. We have to apologise to several correspondents for tlie omission of their communications consequent @a the press of local matter. A pampliletj on the subject of Erics oil's Monitors has been received, and will hereafter be i noticed in our columns. ©jje |5nm»|j. GAWLER: SATURDAY, AUGUST 11, 1866.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 11 August 1866

Hom.owat*s Ointment and Piix$. — Great; Belief. — All gouty and rheumatic affections, ; weakness and wasting of the limbs, stiff joints, and contracted sinews, can be treated with the certainty of success by the diligent friction of this excellent ointment upon the affected part, after it has been patiently fomented with warm brine. Holloway's Pills should be taken by the sufferer who fairly tries - this treatment, because they purify i the blood, invigorate the stomach, regulate the liver, stimulate the kidneys, act as *w^d aperients on the bowels, and as tonics on the nerves. In skin diseases and glandular complaints Holloway's remedies are earnestly recommended, on account of their gentle, yet effective, action, when a long chain of scrofulous evils suxroumis a victim.

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GAWLER. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 11 August 1866

CrAWLER. There was a probability that our article to-day would have had for its subject j momeutous events iu Europe ; and tidings of such events may reach us within a few hours. Should sueh be the case, the news, whatever it may be, will excite due interest in the minds of Aus tralians, who do not forgot that thev were Europeans. In the meanwhile, perhaps, we cannot do better than take our own township fur a subject, the events of the past week having supplied us with a verj sufficient text. Matters are not exactly important in proportion to their magnitude, proximity having much to do with them. The burning of the house of a man's, next-door neighbor causes more excitement in his mind than a very extensive conflagration at the dis tanoe of a few thousand miles ; and the welfare of the town of Gawler is of more importance to its inhabitants than the gain or loss of a few battles on the oppo site side of the Globe; the immediate prospects of the township form therefore the subject o...

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Farmers' Column. CAN WE GROW COTTON? [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 11 August 1866

i™' I CAN WK GjAOW COTTON ? I Although the report of the Board appointed by the Governor in Council for the promotion of new industries and manufactures has not yet 1 eeeq .the light (and it is high time that it ; should), the programme has beey long in print,, and in some respects it underlies arery con siderable and rather hostile jcrlticism. j^a to the amount .voted, we ham nothing Jo object j£5,000 is not much for a colony like Victoria - and heartily agreeing n the principle of giving' young industries a lift, and theu letting them stand or fall |ipon their own merits, we .can only express a wish that the amqiint were ten 1 times as much and permanently .voted,. I But then both the subjects to be promoted and the m^nnfir of distribution should be according to reason. It is nonsense to propose a premium for impossibilities, and it is worse than nonsense tp endeavor, by. dipt of an artificial stimulus, to push on. a new production, which, owing to the. accidents of climate, ,$oil...

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INCREASE OF CRIME. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 11 August 1866

INCREASE OF CRIME. The foregoing is a very unpleasant sentence to place at the head of an article referring to South Auttralian affairs, but the fact that some seventy prisoners are now awaiting their trials j at the Criminal Sittings appointed to j commence on Tuesday next, will fully justify its adoption. j Of course many ot the charges are comparatively trivial, being founded on, larcenies, common aBsault^i^jd eo fort\ but we regret to observe that there a^e also a large number of cases which imply violence and; extreme moraj turpitude Among JM^spven cases out o£ seventy which have been gazetted, there are five for forgery, seyen for horse, cattle, or sheep stealing, five for- felo nious assault, four for stewing iu^ duel ling houses,- two for highway robbery^ two for burglary, two for rape, one for manslajft^ter, three fox m&rder, and, one for attempt' to murder. This is a heavy calendar, and it is matter of astonishment that out of the seri.es of highway rob beries and ...

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Varieties. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 11 August 1866

Satieties. Light Iate^ststre.— r-The books of a, gas com pany. Ascertaining* the cost of a dinner party. ' The Bight Man in the Right Place— A hus band at home in the evening. Tempting Sulbgect for Animal Painters j^t-A dog trying to ipritate the bark of a tree. When a spendthrift crossed the Channel to avoid hi3 creditors, Selwyn said, ' It is a, pass over that will not he. much relished by Jjhe 1 Jews.' A vengeful individual, in the ex*j- trance ef his rage at.some one who offended 111111. said, ' I'll have revenge ! I'll . do something terrible ! I'l' give his .little boy. a tin horn.' Writing from E xperience — A ,New 'Kojjk: paper.says that a man, the .morning after .he ba» been drunk with wine, feels ,&s though he had the rheumatism in every hair of his heiyl. Heart. — The bsst card in the chance game of Matrimony ; sometimes overcome by knaves ; often wou by tricks ; and occasionally treated in a shufiKug.a&ayner, and then cut altogether. Among the spooney bit...

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GAWLER POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 11 August 1866

*~1T &4WLER £OSF The.per^o^of ^ying ^e/o^|^oii-^tiono jgf this ^i^ce to^piafi© *-n We^Wday £ast | ^he^tay -wp, unlikeitspr^ecesso^Vhich.was ?5f' ^ahiefljr ipem&rkable ipr th© ahposst .: incessant j . - m Ja&ei ^umh^of inhafcitaat^ of^wlerandthe j ja3*ghb£*!»o©d assi^bh^ in ^ ^y,oray-^treet ^ehcarHy. .before noon. IJiore yras & plept^ful .display .of flag? over the site , of , the budding ^nd in, other $$rts of iheitown,butbeyond Ijhis the ceremony was unacfjompajjied by demon stration in tie way \-e£ spectaclg. Tbemore^ .*?? pertiwent %nd expressive pw-f.-^ interest in k-.- the occasion which t^eattenda^eejef a^/:elasses oftownspeople furnished was unmistakable. A gaeat ;nhniber of ladies, who ^assembled on a jxlatf-ff ^v prepare^/or them, ^dded grace .and gaiety io the scene, Ai^ong them we noticed J^bt^Dnflield, Misses Duffield, Mrs. Mitchel^ Ipse l^tehdl, Mr?. F-P. J. Tnrnesr, Mig. Buchan, Mr^. Coombs, &c, The gentlemen deputed to take part...

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Port's Corner. BRITANNIA TO LORD RUSSELL [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 11 August 1866

gjoti's -§anttr. BBITANNIA TO' LOED BUSSEIJ. Air — 'Jcihn Anderson, .my Jo.' John Eussell, my old friend, John, When we were first aetjnsiin.t, X was sadly oat of temper. - ; And had cause for discontent. You brougfcfc in a Befarm Bill. - . r My grievances to mend, =i j^Tid I rested, and wan thankful *; To Jolin Eussell, my old iriena. -. John my old fiicnd, John, Y© minfl that shout so shrill. It rang, ' The Bill, the whole Bil^, Axidnothingibttt the Bill.' ? My dander tbenwas riz, John, Isawandsepght myend, ' fi nA jput -»p «rith no half measures, John Jiussell, my old.£riend. Yes— 'Twas nothing bat the whole Bill In thirt^two, I trow ; 'Tis anything hut a whole Bill This Bill jxju giye me now- ; And though easy about measures, -:j . With few grievances to mend, Tin as chary of half -measures still, ' j As.I was then, old friend. 1 vThen tateJ-act,yQiar half measure, ) And fill it to the, biim™ Give your plan of iJistribataon, Though Lambs and Loijs look grim; , And when the Sill'...

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THE LUNCHEON. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 11 August 1866

THE LUNCHEON. I About 50 gentlemen sat down to a. tasteful luncheon in the Oddfellow^* Hall, supplied by Mr. E. Martin, of the Globe Hotel. Tlie chair was occupied by Me. Br. J. Turner, S.M., sup ported on the ri^-tby thefi^v-CajaonCocsnbs, Mr. Mitchell (Mayojf of Gawler) Mr. Duffidld, and Mr. J. A- Bucban, JJ*., and on ihe left by Mr. James. Martin, M.P., Mij. liright, M.P., I-j-. Lewis, J-P., and Mr. M*«haeL the fiawler Postmaster. The vice-chair was occu ^ied by Ur. Nott, supported on the light by -^unc^lore Youiig and jp»land, and on ib? l^fc by.CounciilloiB lK-nt^t9iid Finch. ; *Th^©ev. Canon Oo-9y^,asked a blessing ai tlie -»r^encementilaid^tnrned thanks 9$ the .conclusion of the luncbeen . T^he .C^Ainii^K (Mr. Tnisier) then read a Iktjol ^ipologies for non-at^id^nce from the H^)|l Blyth, ^on. T. EngJish, jnd the Hon,.. 31' JJoucaut, also from ^^he JPflstniastfflr -|eneral, who missed the train, also froin CounpUior Clement, who hadjioeca^ion to visit The .^^TBMA.y pro|Mjjsed ...

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FRIENDLY SOCIETY FRAUDS. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 11 August 1866

FRBBKDLT SOCIETY FRAUDS. To the editor, . Sir— The defalcations of Leaver of the M.lL I think to be a fair subject for comment* ?There is evidently something rotten about oar Friendly Societies' financial condition, other wise the repeated embezzlements of late years could not have taken place. Depend apon-it, Sir, if ever the history of South Australian Friendly Societies be written it will be a history of 'peculation and robbery. Men are placed in offices of trust in the Orfer, and in turn each proves to be a thief, but having this difference that each succeeding one dips deeper,: into the Order's Drirsft. ' Ami whaf. means liave ever been taken to prevent these nefarious acts ? None whatever. I was pre sent the- last district meeting when Mr. Tnistee Bundey entered upon the defence of himself and co-trustees, and I must confess a lamer defencf? could not have been made. The burden of it was rhat Leaver had used- (mark the word) jg200 belonging to the Order, This they discovered; ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 11 August 1866

Books of General literature OK SJUS AT ¥. ' BAB3SETS, Bunyip Newspaper ! Office,Murray-street,Gawler,. ??-?'?- _ ? O — ? ? ? IT! HE following Catalogue of Books on X hand at the above »o doubt prove convenient to residents in and aboat GawJer» -^ %l»i^ ifc fc only ' neoessa^itoreshark every : depa^tmentof Iafer^awaa*e-£ newest and cheapest editaonEyalso in ha&M»e bindings, suitable foreither Hbraay or drftwi^J yoom/and that the prioes are xed»opd'to- tii© most TOoderate^^Mies^— Art Album Anxious Inquirer , Almanack, Oliwsr&SJoycTe : -Aitroupmer- '-?'?-ii' 1- ? *Amusementt^the Book of .Adeline, or Jewish I4ffc Aw&eiyv ArtwM AustraUanHoirie Compare ion Auut Effie's Rhymes Angler, Walton's Algtuia iu IS45 Afflicted Man's Companion Alexander Bethuue, me moirs of. Adrentiireg of a Peg Almost, or Crooked W ays Aimeular confessions. 2 ?vols. Adventures of Captain Blake -Automna, or the Fall of Ifome Bums' Songs and Boema. Britannias 'Pastorals Boys Own Story Boofc B...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 11 August 1866

JGcawier ^oaeh and MacMne j Manufactory, i mubra£.stbeet, gawleb. ] E. l i E a? I Iff & Co., . ?? J (X^rgT.&JS. M*Bsra,y j pOACHBUILUEKS, MAClipiSTS, 3SXO, j |-E(pi to return their sincerethanks for j U past favors, an$ to infonu their friends; and the public, that they continue to supply the] jPest, Xdghtest, btTOng«^t,'au|l inost Servicihlej Prize Reaping Machines, -Which sive greater satisfactiou to Farmers than ^hose of any other makers. ' ? ' Also, WINDOWING MACHINES, GIGS, JPAtiNELLS.' BUGGIES, WAGGON KTTS, SPRING CAUtS, DltAYS, WAGGONS, ' A ? ; &-C -???'- And have on .^land a stock ,to select from, warranted of .best reasoned li^rials and work ^uianphip,andat moderate Pf|c«?&. Any ;kind of y^ehicie^^eor^Tepaired at the shortest notice. ' ' ' 'l*' V ' .Orders by postpunptually ^tended to. Mind tub Ajjdrkss-— ? -? i. JtTurray-^tr^t, tCawler. ffOf ICE. .mHOMAS J. MANKEy having (in X. addition to Jiis old premises), taken +.he Premises lately occup...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 11 August 1866

BIRTH. McCORD. — On the Sth inst., at Port Gawler, Mrs, William McCord of a son. j MARRIAGES. SOUTrAR— DALY.— Ou the Sth August, at Trinity Church, Adelaide, by the Rev. th^ Dean of Adelaide, JoUn Souttar, Esq., to Joanna Wynne, eldest daughter of His Excellency Sir Dotuiuick Daly, Governor-in-Chief of South TURTON — DALY.— On the 9th August, at j Trinity Church, Adelaide, by the Very Rev. the ! Dean of Adelaide, Henry Ilobbouse, second son j of the late Rev. Henry Turton, Vicar of Betley, I Staffordshire, to Caroline Louisa, youngest ; daughter of His Excellency Sir JDotuinick Daly, Go vernor-in-JCh ;e{ of South Australia. j

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THE GAWLER MARKETS. Bunyip Office, Friday Evening. GRAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 11 August 1866

THE GAWLER MARKETS. Bunyip Office, Friday Evening. Gkain. 1 Wheat 5s. to 5s. 3d. per bushel. Flour -£15 per ton, 32#. per bag, Bran, wholesale, Is. 6d. per bushel, Pollaid Is. lOd. Oats. 5s. to 6s. Fowls' Corn 4s. j Chaffed 'Hay, ,£6 5s_ Other Hay unsaleable. Bread, 2lb loaf, 5d. Meat. Mutton, hind-quarters, 9d. per lb,; fore quarters 7d. Beef, 7d. to. lOd. per lb. Vea^ 7d. to 9d. per lb. Pork, Ud. to lOd. per «b. Vegetables. Cabbages, 6d. to 9d. each. Turnips, 5d. per bunch. Carrots, 4d. per buueh. Cauliflowere, 6d. to Sd. Oiviops, 6d. jjer lb. Parsnips, 4d. per bunch. Potatoes, 9s. Cd. per cwt. Seed Potatoes! 10s. 6d. Sweet Melons, 5d. to lOd. Water do. 4dv to Sd Radishes, l|d. per bunch Parsley Id. per bunch. Celery, 6d. to Sd. per head Fruit Apples, 4d. to 6d. per lb Pears, 4d. to 6d. per lb. Lemons 2d. to fid. each.. Oranges, from Is. 6d. to 2s. per dozen. Tomatoes 3d. per lb. Dairy Probdce. Butter, 2s. per lb. Eggs, Is. 4d. per doz.

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ASHWELL. August 8. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 11 August 1866

ASHWEtL. (From a correspondent.') August B. The weather is ail that could be dosired. The water-holes are filled to overflowing, and streamlets — little wonder — flow on headless Qf the past. Crops are looking promising, but either grass is not 'very plentiful or cattle must be scarce, for the butcher-meat still keeps its price, or there is a stitch down or screw loose somewhere ; it may belaid to the drqught, or the larmers keeping their whe$t, or put it ou whatever back you please, but there is a pinch on the present system — say it is the land system, or the com mercial system, or the system of covetous uess, but a pinch there is. The Central Road Board Commissioners arrived at Templars on Friday night, the 3rd inst., on their tour of inspection of the northern and north-western lines, when these -yere met by a deputation of the residents of the neighborhood, who tendered their warmest acknowledgments as a token of satisfaction at tbe perfor mance of their arduous duty. The com p...

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GUMERACHA POLICE COURT. THURSDAY AUGUST 2. [Before Mr. R. J. Turner, S.M., Mr. Dawson, J.P., and Mr. W. B. Dickenson, J.P.] [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 11 August 1866

GUMERACHA POLICE COTJET. ! Thursday. August 2. [Before Mr. R. J. Turner, S.M., Mr. Dawson, J.P., and Mr. W. B. Dickenson, J.P.I J Police v. Heritage.— Defendant was charged with allowing cattle to stray in the streets of Gumeraeha, on July 1. Defendant not being present, the case was adjourned until next Court day.

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LOCAL COURT CAUSE LIST. TUESDAY, AUGUST 14. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 11 August 1866

LOCAL COURT CAUSE LIST, Tuesday, August 14. unsatisfied judgment, Cheritan v. Turner Roediger v, Walke DEFENDED CASES. Delasalle v. Lawsoti Police Coukt. Oallaghan v, Uolstoq Police v. Wilcox Police v, Southan Police v, Taylor Police v, Wagstaff Police v. Mallion

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