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THURSDAY, AUGUST 9. [Before Mr. R. J. Turner, S.M., Mr. John Mitchell, J.P., Mr. J. A. Buchan, J.P., and Dr. Lewis, J.P.] [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 11 August 1866

Thursday, August 9. [before Mr. li. J. Turner, S.M., Mr. John Mitchell, J. P., Mr. J. A. Jiuchan, J.P., and Dr. Lewis, J.P.I William Jordan was charged with assaulting James Nolan with intent to rob him, on the evening of Wednesday, the 8th instant. The plaintiff stated that he left the residence of Mr. Turner, at Evanston, at a quarter past ? 10 o'clock on the preceding evening. On ap proaching Mr. Sucker field's Inn, he saw a man ? pass him, whose dress he described. When within about 'five chains from Mr. Gordon's store, witness saw the same person coming from the direction of Gaw lar Town. The man struck witness, and they struggled together on the ground. The assailant whistled, and a second man whom he believed to be the defen* dant came up. Witness described the dress of the second Eian. The first man incited the socond to attack witness, which he did. The sc-rdicd Hs po-icts and exftmLded pocket-book which he had. Had seen the prisoner on one occasion previously. At the time ...

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

OTMERACHA LOCAL COURT, FUfclr JURISDICTION, Thursday, August 3, [Before Mr. R. J. Turner, ' S.M., Mr W, 5, Dickenson, J-P., and Mr. H, Dawsoe, J.P.~i Teeky v. IiAiDLER.— fThis Was an action fry ! £49 8s., amoonfc of a bill of exchange ?tT?d 1 interest thereon. j Mrl Lewis appeared for defendant. ] The pleas pjit in were, no consideration, lint I sufficient notice of dishonor,' «Tid Excessive j interest charged, 'f' ?*' ' ' 7 j C,J.l. m ? ? ? 1 JS ? 1 ? S« vrr . . .« I owe 11 i^s3aj.er, ot vy oOajSlae, produced the acceptance, and staled that he received it from Laidler iij settlement for four horses. -Had received, nothing in payment^ Delivered the horses to Laidler. The Bill was for ,£4S 14s., interest 3s. 6d„ the f lai^n there fore was only c£48 17s. 6d, Mr. Lewis cross-examined* Verdict for plaintiff, 4348 17s. Gd., and costs. LIMITED .JUBISIHECTipN, [Before Mr. R. J. Turner, S.M.] ?Geeig v. Eixiott.— For i-15, for renij. PLea tender before Action. The amount hacl been into Court...

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TEATREE GULLY POLICE COURT. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 1. [Before Mr. R. J. Turner. S.M., and Mr. R. S. Kelly, J.P.] [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 11 August 1866

TEATREE GULLY POLICE COURT-: Wednesday, August 1. | [Before Mr. R. J. Turner. S.M., and Mr. R, S. Kelly, J.P.] JSUKKE V. GSORGE, CHAKLgS, and jQSErH Cox. — This was a charge of assault, and the defendants pleaded not guilty. B|ichael Burke, the plauitLff, stated thi*t he went into Mrs. Hart's about 7 o'clock in the evening. Defendants were making a noise., and Mrs. Hart asked witness to interfere. He did' so, and a few words ensued, and the three defendants struck and kicked him, and tore his clothes. Gave no provocation. In cross-examination witness acknowledged having taken Joseph Cox by the hair of the hca4, John Gilmore, a boy, corroborated tiie evi dence of the former witness. ?- Emma Hart, of the*- hotel, Teatage Gully, deposed to the facts that the defendAnt&i were making' a noise, that she^ssked the plaintiff to remonstrate with them, and thai afterwards she hexjrd & scofile. That 'all In and drank ' together afterward. ^ John Wyatt, of Teatree IGslly, ^tack^...

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GAWLER LOCAL COURT. TUESDAY AUGUST 7. [Before Mr. R.J. Turner. S.M.] [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 11 August 1866

V GAWLER I^OCAL COURT, I I Tubsdat August 7, I [Before Mr. B.' J. Turner. SJM.1 I r GnsaiTAN v. Tuknjee.— For ^£1 19s. for costs. The parties not being present, on the applica tion of Mr. Turner, the ease was acUoum^il for ? ~ xflii.'. v - ? ?:

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CRAWLER CORPORATION. SPECIAL MEETING. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 8. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 11 August 1866

CRAWLER CORPORATION. SPECIAL MEETING. Wednesday, August 8. Present— His Wf*'ship the Mayor, Council lors Young, Jfold, Deland, Finch, and Loutit. An apology for non-attendance was received from Councillor Clement. It 'was resolved that Mr. Warren be in structed to take the levels from Mr. Pefct's to the Chapel fence in Qo.wan-streefc, and from thenoe to King-street. It was resolved that all notices of motion be deferred until the following meeting. A tender from Brierly Worrall was accepted fo,r forming, metalling, and water-tabling six chains of road in'' Cov?aai-streei at JS8 12s, per chain. A letter was read from the Chief Secretary's DJfioe, informing the Council that Government had advanced the. sum of .£300 in aid of rates applied for by the' Council, and that the amount would he paid into the bank imme diately to the credit of the Corporation. .k latter was restd. from Mr, George Smith, asking permission to make a drain between his premises and those of Mr» Engelhrecht, in Mu...

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GAWLER POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, AUGUST 7. [Before Mr. R. J. Turner. S.M] [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 11 August 1866

GAWLER POLICE COURT*. Tuesday, August 7. j fliefoie Mr, R. J. Turner. S.M 1 tit.. 11..J1 ? 1 ? 1 . . J . ... f ±-&uer was cnargea witn Having in his possession an unregistered dog. A plea of guilty was put in. Fined ^3 and costs 15s. Peter Starr was charged w ith having in his possession an unregistered dog. flea not guilty. Sergeant Saunders stated that he saw at defendant's house a large Newfoundland dog, which defendant claimed as his property. De fendant said he did not know the time of the license was up: Defendant registered the doar on the following day. Defendant said he was unaware of the time having expired. The moment lie was informed ' of it he ottered to pay the money. Fined the lowest penalty, £3 and coats 15s. .Emery Wilaox was similarly charged. Mr. Rudall appeared for defendant, who pleaded liot guilty. Case adjourned till next week,

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FULL JURISDICTION. THURSDAY, AUGUST 9. [Before Mr. R. J. Turner, S.M., Mr. John Mitchell, J.P., Mr. J. A. Buchan, J.P., and Dr. Lewis. J.P.] [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 11 August 1866

? Wf.Ii J3ffBISDICTI0W. iHUESOAY, August 9, CBefoss Mr. R. J. Turner, S.M., Mr. John Mitchell, J.P., Mr. J. A. Buchan, J.P., and Dr. Lewis, J.P.1 Munro v. Campion. — Mr. Turner, on behalf of defendant, stated that Mr. Campion was at Port Lincoln, and subpeened to attend the Court o| full jurisdiction there. He had, being necessarily absent, instructed him {Mr Turner), to plfead fer him. - He trusted that Mr. Campion would not be brought up in custody tinder such circumstances. He applied tor an aqjournijient or the case. Mr. Brady argued that the defendant must be brought personally- before the Cfturt, and required to give baU. The defendant could have obtained an adjournment of the case at Port Lincoln. He requested that a warrant should be issued by the Court for the pnoduc- . tion of Mr. Campion. This was a Cr^wn case. .Mr. Turner contended that the case was merely an information for a common iassahlt. The learned, gentlemen argued the point pi the iss,ue of a warrant a;t conside...

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Varieties. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 18 August 1866

Varieties. Why are persons born blind unfit to be car penters ?' — Because they never saw How to ' Rise with the Lark' — Go up in a balloon. The ohief use of an old bachelor is to count one in the census. Why are the country girl's cheeks like French calico? — Because they are warranted to wash and retain their color. 1 The proprietor of 1 bone-mill advertises that those sending their own bones to be ground will be attended with punctuality and dispatch. A Good Start. — When Lord Erskine heard that somebody had died worth =£200,000, he observed, ' Well, that's a pretty sum to begin the next world with.' A Yorkshire clergyman, preaching for the Blind Asylum, began by gravely remarking — ' If all the world were blind, what a melan choly sigM it would be !' Dancing Taught in one Lesson.— Drink a bottle of Scotch whisky, ard you will be able, ?without any farther instruction to perform a Scotch reel. A lady, visiting a girls' school, asked one of the children, ' What are you making, my ...

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Port's Corner. "A VOICE FROM ADULLAM." [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 18 August 1866

fact's ®onicr. - 'A VOICE FliOM ADTJLLAM.' Air — ' Paddle your own canoe.' Wh'iB the strong and the swift axe all adrift, And the current drives along To the maelstrom ©f Democracy, Where the Bright wave eddies strong. ! Twixt Gladstone and Co. and Horsman and Lowe, w fiat is a man to do? Whom Brand not binds, nor Diny blinds, 'Mati have thought it !v ls&, In afrail, frail bark; To follow from source to sea. The Danube and Rhine, as they twist and twine, By town, and tower, and tree. Bat what's their deed, far plnek at need, To his who dares go through Tlie miserie of the bold M.P. Who ' paddles his own canoe 'Kb the life of the bat, neither bird nor rat, From the sweets of office far; 'Ks to face the chaiF of the Telegraph, 1 And the blight of the Morning Star, 'Tis to pass for a fool, who leaves one stool To risk a fall 'twixt two; All to say what you think, and to vote as you feel, And to 'paddle your own canoe !' — Punch.

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GAWLER LABOR DEPOT. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 18 August 1866

GAWLEE LABOE DEPOT. Sib, — It has for so great a length of time been felt by the residents' of Gawler arid the settlers around us, as a very grea,t inconvenience to have on all occa sions to Vesortto the metropolis in -quest of domestic 'servants, and of labor 'of every kind, that i believe it will be con sidered a step in* tlie right direction to enquire whether the time has not now arrived, wheh Gawler should have a central labor mart of its «Wri, and should establish a suitable agency for securing to itself a fair proportion Of those advan tages for both the employers of labor hereabouts, and those who 'arei in pucst of etaploymerit— which 'advantages', as regards- mechanics, rural, and other laborers, domestic servants, arid newly asrived emigrants, are at present exclus ively confined to Adelaide^ ' ' ' Biit what is an additional caijse of in convenience owing to our easy and time saying mode of access to the metropolis, domestic' servants in -juest of fnesh em ployment, on not...

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FRIENDLY SOCIETY FRAUDS. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 18 August 1866

FEpJNDLY SOCIETY EE AUD S. TO THE EDITOR. Sir—The letter in'your last issue — from ' A Delegate,' on ' Friendly Society 'Frauds,?' tlio former pant of which — alluding to the necessity of demising some meims to prevent their occurrence for the future — I heartily agree with, as every man must feel indignant al the perpetration of such frauds ; and lie gross negligence which has been manifested, tod I have no doubt the next annual meeting' will take some' steps for the provision of Govern ment auditors, larger securities, or some means by which it wi'l be utterly impossible for further defalcations to take place.' The latter portion 'of the letter proclainjs JtKe Order ; practically insolvent, evidently on the suppo sition that all the 4Mdfellows and their wives are to d;e at the sati\e time, 'as he says, 'even without these repeated robberies we Arejpracti cally insolvent, for What feeight -or nine thou- 1 sand founds to meet the' liabilities of six or seven thousand members and hal...

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SUSPECTED INDIVIDUALS. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 18 August 1866

SUSPECTED INDIVIDUALS. ? + TO THE KD1TOE. ? ... j Sib, — In justice 'to myself. I beg to remark in reference1 to the affair of a' person named Jordan' who was' appre hended on n.y premises' last week- and afterwards dismissed, that I was '11'ot at home until 11 o'clock that night, and of. course' did not know that such an in dividual was there. I should, on occasion of ' enquiry being made ' by ' the' pol ce, afford eveiy facility' in iny power for ex amining any suspected individual, if un fortunately such an one should be stay ing on my premises. ' * ' ' ; 1 C. WOLTMAHIT. Out aitd Isr. — We are informed that John 'Ba&sf, wlio was tried' a day or two ago at the Supreme Court for 'horse- stealing and acquitted, has been appre hended in pawler on a sunijar charge. New Buildiwbs nr Gawler. — If an increase in the niimber of habitations be a test of essential progress by any town-' ship, that of Gawler must be advancing in essential prosperity, tor since' the 1st of January of ...

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THE POLICE FORCE. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 18 August 1866

THE POLICE FQBCE. TO THE EDITOR. j Sir — 4t is the opinion of most people that the ! poliee force is not efficient at the' present time, i in wliich opinion I fully concur, especially In I reference to the mounted police force, in which j there has been many changes 'of late, It.is use- j less for the people to expect an efficient force j while there are so' many of thexe changes, j What is the reason of these 'changes? Wliy, J in a majority of the cases it is on account of the gross'nnsmatta&eifteiit of the authorities. I will state some ot the grievances. Not many ^ears ago' I joined the force. I was put through the ordeal of driH, winch l and many' others very imperfectly learnt, not be . because we had not plenty of it, but because a '?perfect bully' wiis entrusted with the carfe' of drilling us and every fifth or sixth word hd uttered was an oath. 'Such conduct as this from one of the officers fiatutally makes most of th'c inen very indignant,' and they do not give the ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 18 August 1866

This Bay (Saturday), AugustT18. j BUILDING FREEHOLDS IN THE BEST PART OF GAWLER. j NATHANIEL HAILES will Sell by I Auction, on the Land, at 3 o'clock, HALF of ACRE No. 129, on Church Hill in four allotments of the following dimensions Lot 1. TWO FRONTAGES, namely 66 feet to Cameron-street, and 82* feet to Queen-street. Lot 2. SIXTY-SIX FEET FRONTAGE to Cameron-street, by depth of 82& feet. Lot 3. FOHTY-ONE FEET FRONTAGE to Queen-street, by depth of 182 feet. Lot 4. Same dimensions as the last. For situation these freeholds are unsurpassed ; the water is of good quality ; the title in accor dance with the Real Property Act. Terms at time of Sale, District Council of Mudia Wirra TENDERS. TENDERS are invited by the above Council up to 1 o'clock on MONDAY, the 20th inst., for the following Works, viz : — For Clearing Road from Section 189, Rose worthy, through the Burnt Feed^to Section 576, near Wasley's well. For building retaining walls and doing other works to Culvert, at Jor...

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NEWS BY THE RECENT MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 18 August 1866

NEWS BY THE RECENT MAIL. It is long since news from. Europe has arrived §f importance equal to that brought by the last mail steamer, yet, as far as |$-gards Gfereat Sritaiu, the tidui^ brought tend rather to alleviate than to aggravate previous alaxm. There is war in Europe, and the simple fact is, one productive of aaxfety, but Britaiu at present steers clear of participation in | the conflict, and evinces, a desire to hold i a -oof entirely, or as long as practicably, j The worst feature, perhaps, in the Bjritish j news, is the fact tiiat ihe reins of Cro ver^ruent have once again fallen into the hands of the opponents of progress, a liberal administration having given plaee to one of au opposite character, but in that respect the tables would probably be tinned within a very few weeks. Thg monetary crisis had certainly abated, and the fact had been made obvious that in the latest, as in all preceding cases, more nischief had been erigij\ated by appre hension and exaggeration tha...

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SALISBURY LOCAL COURT. LIMITED JURISDICTION (CIVIL). THURSDAY, AUGUST 16. [Before Mr. R. J. Turner, S.M.] [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 18 August 1866

SALISBURY LOCAL COUET. V. ... looted jTjfiisni^rioN (crviii). j Thursday, August 16. | ^Before Mr. B.J J. IWer, S.M.] Rvjln v. O'llAidWKAN.— For ^6 2s. 6d., ^ork andlabor:4one. Patrick Kyau, of Bowden, laborer, deposed that he had quarried 98 ytads sxone in the Para Swa\hp at Is: 3d. per yard.' No -quantity was » greed on. Witness had received no money. Defendant had engaged to pay. Neither jprice iior quantity had been disputed. _ Several witnesscss were ^examined, both for nl&intiff and defendant, and si verdict was gi vert for the former for the 'amount elainied, nunely, ^6 28. 6cJ. Kbnnkdy v. CuiveiXi — For J0?9 wor^ aud latiiir 4$, and reiit .£1. ' Ilobm Sxennedy, laborer, t?ie plaintUf, de posed tq AieMetaits of claim. Several wiCneeses were examined for tlie defence, and the Verdict of the Court was in favor of defendant. PoanxLy v. ^bascis. — Foi ^4 9s. 7d. and costs. The jUnc^nit was admitted, but a 'set-off of -£7 le. Sd. was pleaded. After a full investigation of ...

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SOUTH AUSTRALIAN RAILWAYS. TIME TABLE. PORT DIVISION.—Week-Day Trains. DOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 18 August 1866

SOUTH AUSTRALIAN RAILWAYS. TIME TABLE. Post Drvisio*.— Week-Day Trains. . ? DOWN. ? Adelaide ? departure 1*30 915 11-15 1-40 s-30 6-20 Bowden ? ? „ 7-34 9 19 1119 1-41 3*34 5.22 Woodville ? „ 7-42 9-27 11-27 152 3*42 5*33 Alberton ? „ 7 -50 9-35 11-35 2*00 3-50 6-4 Port, arrival ? 8-00 9-45 H-4S 2'io 4-001 5-5 ? Dft ? Port ? departure 8-ao 10-15 12-45 a-30 4-30 6-10 Alberton.... ,, 8-34 10-19 12*49 2*34 4-34 6-15 WoodvUle.. „ 8-32 io-27 12-57 2-42 4-42 6-25 Bowden .... „ 8-40 10*35 1*05 2-50 4*50 6-35. Adelaide ? arrival 8 -so 10-45 1*15 3-QQ s-oo 6-45 Port Divison.— Sunday Trains. powk. ? Adelaide ? departure 9-00 1-30 3-30 5*30 Bowden ? ? „ 9*04 1*34 3-34 S-30 Woodville ? ? „ 9-12 1-42 3-42 5-40 Alberton ? „ 9-20 1*50 3-50 5-50 Port ? arrival. 9-30 3-00 4-00 6-00 ? UP ? Port ? departure 10-00 2-20 4-30 6-35 Alberton ? ? ? ? „ 10-04 2-24 4-34 6-35 Woodville ? ? ? ,, 10-12 2-42 4-42 -S-4o Bowden ? ? 10-20 2*40 4-50 6-4o Adelaide ? „ 10 -30 2'50 5-00 7-06 ~ ? NORTH LINE. ? Adelaide. ...

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GAWLER LOCAL COURT. TUESDAY, AUGUST 14. [Before Mr. R. J. Turner, S.M.] UNSATISFIED JUDGMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 18 August 1866

GAWLEtt LOCAL COUET. Tuesday, August 14. [Before Mr. B. J. Turner, S.M-3 PNSAT1SK1BP JUPGMKMTS. The case, Cheritanv. Turner was settled in thensalway. . ^ ' Sosdiqk& y. Witn®.'^-A4joiiriif3. for a .set. pEFKi^DED CASK. Dblsallk v. Lawson. — Tiijs easa,-®as ad journed until next wqek.

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LOCAL COURT CAUSE LIST. TUESDAY, AUGUST 24. DEFENDED CASES. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 18 August 1866

' LOCAL COUUT CAUSELIST. ' 1 Tdsbdat, August 24. ' * 1-EFEKDEI- CASES. Popliam v. Gathercole. He^ett v, Clarke. Dela&alle v. Lawson. Poijce Couet. 1 Police v. Wilcox. Canty v. Christie.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 18 August 1866

Rheumatism and Pains in the limbs. — Muscular pains are sometimes insufferably dis tressing. Though they may not impair the general health at first, ultimately such may be their effect if permitted to continue unrelieved. It should be generally known that, after fomen tation with warm salt and water, Holloway's Ointment, well rubbed upon the afflicted part twice a-day, gives infinite ease and secures ultimate recovery. Holloway's Fills should also be taken to assist in the cure. They pre vent all weak and numb feelings, so apt to prevail after neuralgic and rheumatio attacks Many, after suffering martyrdom from sever? attacks of rheumatism, and obtaining nn relief were quickly cured by these medicinal.

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