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GAWLER POLICE COURT. MONDAY, AUGUST 11. [Before Mr. R. J. Tumor, S.M., and Mr. H. E. Bright, J.P.] [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 18 August 1866

GAWLER POLICE COUBT. Monday,' August: 1L. f Before Mr. li. J. Tuener, S.M., and Mr. H. E. Bright, J-P.] Catherine Lawson was chargecl with being, drunk and riotous, and assa]4%? the polices in Murray-street j tieorgo Milne, police-constable, stated that Jie was on duty about half-past *16 on Saturday * jiiglit, near the Mill Ijm. Saw defendant and. another woman. Bfeard Bcreaming^ a little after. Proceeded to tjhe spot, and fotujd tie defendant lying in the road dripik ana unable -io stand. Site' iuade a confused statement. ?Took her half-w^y to the inn, when Police /constable Meo came tQ his assistance, and she 1 was wheeled to the station in a buro^r. She jfesisted being taken. ' Sergeant Sauaiders stated, $hai a^tQnt 11 o'clock on SafcuwLay night he was on .duty at $he station, when defendant ^ras brought there in a wheelbarrow in a$beastly state of intoxi cation. She was locked up and bailed out post morniug. Defendant questioned the^st witness, and' .denied the charge. Pined 10...

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BAROSSA WEST DISTRICT COUNCIL. MONDAY, AUGUST 13. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 18 August 1866

BAEOSSA WEST DISTRICT 'COUNCIL. -Monday, August 13. Present — All the members. Minutes of previous meeting read and contirmecl. Keod qfi offer froai Mr. Hipwell, of Lyndoch, to gravel pprtiou of street iii Lypdoch v^putli, |it ^5 ; .declined. Mr. Williams, q( Lyndoch, not having settled .the matter of taking stone from a .district road there, the Clerk was ordered to iake proceedings against him in the Local 'Court. It was resolved that fn future all persons infringing in like manner be' proceeded against at once without refer- , ring 'Council. Clerk to see Mr. Kauffmann, and in the event of his refusipg jto settle ahoiit the repioval of sand to haye him summoned. Keceived a memorial from 2S persons, asking the Comieil to make a ford and footbridge* .p,t Rosenthal ; consideration deferred, . Clerk in meantime to ascertain probable jeost of' same. ijr. Pierc^, teacher at Sautly Creek school, va,ited on .the CojraciJj ana ^apj^ied ibr an amount of £% Ss. Yor desks' and forms for schoo...

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USEFUL HINTS TO SMALL FARMERS. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 18 August 1866

USEFUL HINTS TO SMALL FARMERS. 1 The farmer who wishes to succeed with his crops should never forget to manure his land, and return to the soil in that shape some por tion of what he takes from it. Unfortunately in this country such instances are rare, but where practised, even on a small scale, the return repays the labor, and bow much more would it were larsre farms cultivated. Dartkn larly in a district like this, where cattle are numerous and cheap. Tet under the present wretched system, the majority of those who cultivate the soil in this district (and this portion of the colony, I regret to say, does not stand alone) are content to allow their beasts of burden to work altogether fed upon the native grasses alone. Doubtless, during the fine summer and autumn months, both cattle and horses may do very well, but when frost comes — that element which in some climes even the strong constitution of man can scarcely stand — these grasses perish, and are of little more value as nutrim...

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

Tuesday, Auqdst 14. ' FBefoiu} Mr. E. J. Turner, S.3&1 JUdamrd Smith was charged with loitering about The streets of Gatyleg:, having no visilAe lawful means -of support. f Nothing being given in evidence to^riminat^ the defendant, he was discharged. 51 ^Thomas Wagstaff was charged with furious driving in Murray-street oh thp 4th August. ' P olice-sergeant Saunders stated (the case, and produced in support of it Henry Perry, who stated tliat he wfts^on the Toad at the time in question. *Tbe norse was going full gallop, and defendant was flogging the horse. Expected every moment to sejs . the cart capsized. Crossrexamined tjy Hr. Lewis— Cotdd .not swear wljat 'sort of a trap he was cfri^ng in, because lie was gojng ^0 &st. Was ,not a stones-thiwr away. ' Samuel Perry said he remembered t^e 4th August. While in Stnbbs-street saw defen dant standing np in a spring cart. The horse was. going at his utmost speted, ' and dpfendgat was fledging- him. Cross-examined by Mr- L...

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GAWLER CORPORATION. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 15. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 18 August 1866

OAWLEli CO RPOlvATIGJS;. Wednesday, August 15. Present— His Worship tlie Mnyor (Mr. Mit chell^ CSoiiucillors Clement, Loutit, Mold, j Pinch', peland, and Young. The lipnutes of the two preceding meetinprs on Aqgust igt arid 8th were read and confirmed. pouncHHor^LsajENT moved, In 'pursuance of notice, thai ^acob^treet should btf formed and metalled. Councillor Mold seconded the motion, observ ing that ]&at portion of the town was at present nearly impassable. ^□le motion was carried. Councillor Clesiknt moved that Mr. Warren be instructed to take the levels from Cameron- 1 to Nixon-terrace, and furnish particulars to the Cotincil as soon as convenient. Seconded by Councillor Finch, and carried. Councillor Clement moved'that Mr. Warren be instructed to take levels with a view to draiii the swamp near to Jacob-street and Nixon aiiil Pulteney 'Terraces, and to suggest some plan for getting rid of the water. ' ' Seconded by Councillor M-old. Ooui\callor |To,ung remarked that mud...

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Farmers' Column. THE CULTIVATION OF THE POPPY. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 18 August 1866

Jarmtrs' Column. THE CULTIVATION OF THE POPPY, j The time has arrived when farmers and agri culturists should strike out into a new line, and endeavor to produce other paying crops than those which have for so long occupied their attention. , Ten shillings per pound duty has been placed upon opium, and there is no reason why Victoria, having both the advantage of climate and soil, should not produce this com modity. Victorian farmers should endeavor to check the import of opium in the coming season by laying down extensive breadths of land under the poppy. The labor necessary can be made economical by employing boys or women. Those industrious, members of our community, the Chinese, are great experts in the culture of the poppy, in the making up of opium, and would be found a great acquisition. A variety of the common or opium poppy (Papaver sominiferum ) which is indigenous to the warm and temperate parts of Europe, such as Portugal, Turkey, and the Morea, as also Egypt, India, Jap...

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THURSDAY, AUGUST 16. [Before Messrs. H. E. Bright, J.P., and G Warren, J.P.] [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 18 August 1866

Thuesday, August 16. 'I [Before Messrs. H. Bright, J.P., and G. Warren, J.1V] ' ^ Alfred Faulkner was charged with stealing a silk handkerchief, a necktie, and collar, ,t)ie property of Charles'Winchr ' ' The prosecutor stated 'that he fnissed^the iiom his bedroom a4^tafiEb^4|oa^ing honse. ggid op ,^e. preceding day ^w' -.i»fei '-ta- ' ' ' ' . i Constable L«ahyxleposedto .the »^-preheusion of the prisoner. Pound the collar jepcmTum. The handkerchief and necktie he'' received ?froiu prisoner. Qautioned prisoner, who .not withstanding said, that he to^k the .articl^. William. Stafford said |he prispner slept^one night in his house. Seeing the stolen turticl^ j on him the preceding day he gave Mm in charge. ' ' j ' Committed for trial to the Court of Full Jurisdiction. j

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 18 August 1866

? |»IH ? ? ? ? -- August 18. AT IlI O'CIjOCKj JPOEENOON, - * tTNBESEEVED SALE OF NEW AND ; j VALUABLE FUENITGBE. TH' HAILES is instructed by Mr. T. ' j3| « Benson, who is about leaving -3»wler, to sell by auction This Day, Satoirday^Angust 18, on the jaemlses lately oocnpiod®yAIrs- - C3ark — '' '? The mote of Ms HOUSEHOLD FOENI- 5 TUBE and EFFECTS, consisting of— Jtoo Tables ? Square Cedar dq.„ Deal do. - S sapenx^ CeSax SoSas and Mattresses 1 very superior do. Do. ~ Cedar Wasbstana and JRttwigs ' ^ Very superior Deal do. ' Bo. iao. Cedar Chairs Do. do. Cane-bottomed do. Bo. do. Easy Chairs Splendid Cedar Bookcase - and Iiibca^jr j»f Choice Works 2 Iron Bedsteads and Bedding. Child's Cedar Cot Deal Sofa Iron Stoves Large Writing; Desk Do. Looking-Glass Several very fine Steel Engravings, with Leather-worked Frames . China, Glass, Kitchen Utensils, &c., Ac. The Farniture is all ,$nd of first-rate manufacture. On Tuesday, August 28 AT 11 O'CLOCK FOB 1§ SHAEP. AT 131 E FAEM OF ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 18 August 1866

0awl6r#oaob and Machine Manufactory, ' MURRAY-STREET, GAWLER. : S, M A S 3? I I & Co., -? :rffev?:¥y ;? ;? .? JUlWRf.) COACHBDILXHSR8, MACHINISTS, ETC., 13380 ta iebim iheir sincere ^hanke for J5 *o inform fteir Iffleibte Priae Reajdng Maefc ine?, WMeh eUe greater »a«sfaotian to Fa«»er» thin Ifcoee of anyo&er makers. Alwn WINlffOWIKG MACHINES, GIGS, PAGK1sSl,i uUGGm WAGGON KTTS, SPRING CASTS, DRAYS, WAGGONS, ftOa.&fti ? And Iwro on hand a stock to select from, warranted ofbest seasoned wsterfcdB and work umn*V*p, and a* moderate price®. Any kind of Vehicle wade or repaired at the tbtifteak notice. 0l4e**by^ost punctually pAbmw m. MAims 4 Co Murrey-rtreet, (fowler. NOTICE. mHOMAS J. MANKEY living (in X - addition to JjMS old prewfe^O, taken tte Jtomwitt JaWoewpied 1st %«.»»«? iuna, between Iftesars FotherittgHauia* Store, and the Unto® Mill, ia prepared in junction with JOHN J. PEN ALUS A. to earry on the BUSINESS. and is now ready to receive orders fop all ki...

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TO ADVERTISERS AND CONTRIBUTORS. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 18 August 1866

TO ADVERTISERS AND CONTRIBUTORS. We desire to impress on both these classes of estimable iudividuals the desirability of i forwarding to us early in the week what ever may be intended for insertion in the Bqnyip on the ensuing Saturday. They shp^Id bear in mind that the twenty -four j columns pf the paper are not set up in a lew nours, ana tnat tne very large circu lation which it has attained renders the going to press earlier than formerly abso- , lutely necessary. Under these circam- , stances we are sometimes obliged to exclude commmuiiications, simply because they arrive too near the time of publication. If 1 our correspondents and advertisers will have the kindness, when practicable, to forward their communications about tbe middle of the week, they will secure justice - o themselves and greatly convenience us. * The cxm&niKLtion of the series of articles on ] the cultivation of the vine, and several other papers aire unavoidably postponed until next week. ' '? GAWfcER...

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THE GAWLER MARKETS. Bunyip Office, Friday Evening. GRAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 18 August 1866

THE GAWLER MARKETS. | t I Bunyip OJJice, Friday Evening. ! Geain, j Wheat 5s. 2d. to 5s. 4d. per bushel. Flour .£15 per ton, 32s. per b;ig. Bran, -wholesale, Is. 6d. per bushel, Pollard Is. 10d. Oats. 5s. to 6s. Fowls' Corn 4s. Chaffed Hay, £6 5s. Other Hay unsaleable. Bread, 2ib loaf, 4^1. j ' Meat, I Mutton, hind-quartefs, Q.dL per lb.; fore- j quarters 7d. j Beef, 7d. to. lOd. per lb. Veal, 7d. to 9d. per lb. j Pork, 9d. to lOd. per lb. Vegetables. Cabbages, 6d. to 9d. each. | Turnips, 4d. per bunch. ] Carrots, 4d. per bunch. ! Caulifiowers, 6d. to Sd. Onions, 6d. per lb. Parsuips, 4d. per bunch. 1 Potatoes, 9s. 6d. per cwt. Seed Potatoes, ?0s. 6d. Sweet Melons, 5d. to lOd. Water do. 4d. to Sd Radishes, lid. per bunch Parsley Id. per hunch. Celery, 6d. to 8d. per head Fruit - Apples, 4d. to 6d. per lb Pears, 4d. to ci. per lb. Lemons 2d, to 6d. each. Oranges, from Is. 6d. to 2s. per dozen. Tomatoes Sd. per lb. Dairy Prodcce. Butter, Is. lOd. per lb. J Eggs, Is. 2d. per doz. ?

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 25 August 1866

SALE OF CROWN LAUDS. Thtirsdaj:, September 6, 1866. 'Crown Lands Office, ? July 11, 1866. '^OTICE is -hereby given that the following I' portions of Crown Lands -will be offered for sale by public - auction, at the Land Office, Adelaide, on Thursday, tie sixth day of September, .1866, at eleven of the dock in the forenoon, at tbe upset priee.affixed to -w-h lot respectively, on the terms conditions and under the provisions of an Act, of the Parlia ment of South Australia, passed in the twenty - firsts year ofHerMsyesty's reign, intituled 'An Act for regulating the saler and other disposal of Waste Lands belonging to lite Crown in Sonth Australia.' Deposit, twenty per-cent. WILLIAM MILNE, j, Commissioner of Crown T.an rio anidr Immigration. ^ 'COUSTRT SbCITOKS. 'Upset price, £1 per acre County Gawler — On and south of the Wake field, from fire to ten miles south-easterly of Dunn's Bridge, . and from four to nine miles north-westerly ? of the Stockyards, -Hundred ofDalkey. *Lot. Secti...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 25 August 1866

HOW)*-VVS CtolKEM AXD IV1 Lis. — JlEABTY A3!C H BAi/raT. — Xlje exifeieuwot'tiioiaiauttis'tiwiliat U*Hi e aaiTsbihad. has au*:»!y dojjionsrnite4 lite ptfewjx''?- ^eesetl by tbos^ p^-ifyia^ reni«-Ses o£ v-~ moviii^ outattctis wnptioes, rtlissriuo^ fisfelas and .abotcifafs. ?X*Hjets6 bM^e6 »vlU fr*;q tie atlv 'rob life; of every oo«tfort, -tl:uK-u5b .tiie te luctattce of tlw; sufferer To ex'pySi lite mSnutty- Ud%-- wav's --intmeut 'saiwrsskts. $al% 4t«id|9l ttyfoiigir. plal-iafT tfithia tlx- 'rate « of a!J jslalu iiisirtK-tiows ftj ccring tfewiiselvw, wi^ocit' any and n^tlioSt; the iiect-esity of m«itk-iuii;r tbeir nsalady to any put*. and- Wile w ill liteu it^e I'mv bail suit those acss tbe abate «i mpctay suduf ttker dckarai^ ^

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Varicties. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 25 August 1866

ftamiics, ' ' -When do«s a soldier display his best appre ciation -of . subordination? — When- .be is in. tent on duty, : : { ^ Why is *a young lady acqmring information like a disagreement ?— Because it is a misS understanding. . ' ?- -r * When does an ill-natured person help otheft*?- — Vi kin he can't lielp himselfi \ - , '''What' is feat that helps to make the pave m^nt greasy on a wet day? — Dripping- rain, Peace or Mhn-, — The lady whose, 'peace. 01 mina , . ^-as orosen mtenas. to nave xt repaired. ' What is Hie difference between perseverance and obstinacy ? — One is a strong will and thet other is a strong won't. ? ? . r . Not Guilty. — 'My Lord,' said the fore man _ of.a Weigh jnry, when giving their vardictv ' w e fbid the iziazi.that stole the Tn wn not gailjy.^- . :? As, as, — 'A lass! a lass!' exclaimed an old bachelor who wanted to mairv. 'Alas! alas!'* he. cried, after, he had been married awhile. -? Bittsk.- — A prosy member of Parliament having asked Douglas Jerrold...

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Poet's Corner. WHAT WAS IT? [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 25 August 1866

[?] TOiT WAS -EC? |The wound of a sword, nor aJBlow from a sticky .r . . . It was not a plaster, nor lotion nir draught* Homeopathj)iaoKce, or AUopatbcraf b, Nor any descripttonbf^aS^tp111. ' That ever iiYas poundadWWre or-kill; * ^ . Nor the cure ifqr nerves ithak ara aam^ng tp I'-'- seed — * . .v , A sedatire pnff of the fragrant ''weed,* ; That cured my pain. 'T was a smile for me ^Just-where a pretty girl's lips shonldbel For my heart. had been aching for many aday And, my miird foil of trouble *nd sorrow 'j ^ vowed thot l never wouldsc o bar again, * - - . But-haupted bersteps-on the hd.tow, ' 1 I woiried my friends and.negi^ied my worki ? WasborriWy jealous of stupid yoong Smirk, to short, was a nuisance to bear or to see, : Jast as a fellow ia^lo's'e sho'ild f v . v Webt^welll it's aB oyer, my snnle I got, ] ; %d .sMe^sQmetiiing else from its pretty birth-spot; ' - , ???.... Went noma with a breast &at witb rapture was thrilling; -- ?- - - - - - - - . .. . Gave abegga...

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CAPITAL CHIMES. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 25 August 1866

CAPITAL CSIMES. TO THE EDITOIt. j Sir — A question ' is beirrg very widely can- j vassed— it is ' ought not capital punishment ; to be abolished.'* This is a quesfc'on which should be- most carefully studied before being answered; for one of. the most stirring events ] in the world's history would bo. tbe abolition of capital punishment. Let philosophers argue, j let wise men debate, let their argumentative powers endeavor to uphold capital-punishmfent as the most effective, : the' greatest, and Strongest pre V UJi Ui - *: .t y , « j. v«. l j, iuwwo cr'.me of murder, does this modet of punish ment tgnd to deerease the: crime ? ? I thrnk not. : I appeal to . the criminal records ' of England and America — do the records jpf these conn tries. show a decrease in the «rime? They do not. A man that will take the life of bis fel low has not- any fear of death. ' If he had he would pause- ere -he committed the crime, ~ As a substitute for capital pnnislsmeiit-I propose imprisonment - with ...

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APPROACHING SESSION OF PARLIAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 25 August 1866

APPROACHING SESSION OF PAKIilAMENT. ' , r1] P^x.iA3is^ vwUI^^a^emble,on/&ie6clay | neit; and the session will .necessarily be one of . estrerue interest. The period is an urgent one as regards Europe, tile world, and, ^s^a part of the world, South Australia. ? -Tf' ftvpr nwessftv oTisfcul ? ? ?«yvvAW4vj vawvvu the exercise of abl0, hdiiest, enlightened, and liberal statesmanship in all civilised communities, it exists - n^,; ..and we trust ^that the affairs of South Ausrr^lia will^in the ensuing session, $e administ^ed .with the .yrisdom and energy which thej yrill undoubtedly demand. In the present Ministry, as a whole, the Colony h$5 .cause to confide to the utmost extent ; -the majority of them are' men of ability, probity, ^aad experience, and consequently they exereise over this eommunity a eopsiderable amount of per sonal influence. There is no reason therefore to fear that the Ministry will not fee equal to the demands wl.i .h will undoubtedly be made upon their firmn...

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ASHWELL. Wednesday, August 22. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 25 August 1866

ASnWELL. CFrom a correspondent.') 1 Wednesday, Aueast 22. The weather !?? now beginniug to be a little too fine, for although it is not necessary we i should always be wet to the skin, this is the ! sensation that brings the farmer their comforts, ! and if old Swmii^i*setshire docs rot intrude upon us-hLs nntiuielj' vis:t^iiofe? win^- the. youthful i y-ops will stand well foe. a first-r^te prize at tlie ^ WM.-t Riillov'a fV iminati on ' The Rfi Jit-i -'h. I boij of the old Nonii-road are rather alarmed at the idea of the Port Wakefield tramway for such a scrap of the population, scarcely an hun- j died tt iousa t : tl t ft pst-t.- The littks i-iook- of- j ful land yet iu its native state is much nearc-r I to the n»ain line, whicli in 'all probability will j be m order by- the time- that: small portion of j country requires it. Their fears can only be I fancy. Pigs m:iy fly; but ttiey are not very j likely birds. Tlie very idea of 25 mites of rails j being laid to put the pack off th...

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HISTORY OF SOUTH AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 25 August 1866

IIISTOEY OF SOUTH AUSTEALIA. WiJUi the early history of this colony ever be, concentrated -in type and issued to colonial and other readers ? We are fully persuaded that so useful an adden dum to past history will never see the Jight. Even fete— whatever that very, imperative .word may imply— appears to be opposed to the occurrence ; for many important records exist only in the memories of the comparatively few sur vivors of that gallant little band of earnest, enlightened, and practical men who founded a community evidently destined hereafte? to expand i^to an extensive and prosperous nation, most of the docu ments and other written materials for a compilatign of its early history having; been destroyed by £re. Some were lost: in the flames which destroyed ©olonelj Light's hpuse at T^e^arton; others in those which consumed the jesidence of Mr. jJolin Brown, on East-rterrs.ce ; and wholesale destruction .was lafiected sub- ! sequently, by the act of an- iacendia^, which resulted in ...

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INQUEST ON MR. JOHN DAVIES. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 25 August 1866

OK* The Coroner, Mr. Toraer, S-M-, of Gawte',' held an IMeM yaa&OT.lBSii,! f^isn&J^roed.^nl the-&awlOTjav®iyfie« lal been' subnu^rgea fnom-Wednesday xiutil ^^'t.iime-'GorOT^^d.lrufy^^M^e^andajtoMr; dewing the body the fflWowing^videnco was . Thomas Crotty deposed that he bad worked' for deceased. - Was^ith hiui cn WednBsd»yt l^jst, coming hooje J^ye*s^P!^8.in,.af; :Spiing cart drawn by one horse, Dece^ed ~xeijkildkeA-'^ie; Witn^s got1 out and walked tO tbe^wat^'s^dge. Saw fresh di-ay tracks. Saw-a feniale On the -otber side, and asked bear whether anyone' had -crowed lately. She ke^Jied ' Xes,l? : ^d ,sp«d^the wster was higher' iu the morning/* deceased drominto therwater. WaS in the »ith; hinif ; IWhefc short ? distahe^^the ' maSe .slewed off, t-Thongbt her for©- feet went Overj the fall-^DecSiistMl said'^!]im^outf'',-Witne6s| iud ,Jaid h^ld «t to -keep l^er mir6 s bead up. Told Mrs. Bow to get a, rope, and eall the men, but before tbey came the? deceased ba...

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