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GAWLER INSTITUTE. MEETING OF COMMITTEE. TUESDAY, AUGUST 21. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 25 August 1866

^GAWLER INSTITUTE!. MEETING QF COMMITTEE. Toesdav, 'AuoniT 21.' Present — The President (Mr. John Mitchell), 1 the Vice-President (Mr. W. E. Roberts); Messrs'. Thorup, Gordon, Mold, Gray;; L. S. Burton (T reasurer), 'W. 3J. jSewis .(Honorary Secretary), and D. Fotheringliain (Assisfant Secretary). ' TKe r2inttt-^s of .the preceding 'toeeting Were read and confirmed. ° The President on behalf of Captain Dixon, of the Lass of Gawler, presented the following articles to the Museum : — a buffalo head with hornVand samples of pottery from Chili, also a nail and a' piece of w-kh! taken from the remains of tliednnr r»f thp C.ithivli~-J . which was destroyed two years since with' a fearful loss of life, presented to Captain Dixon by Mr. Hanson, brother to the present , Chief Justice. ' ' ' 1 ? - - A vote of thanks was passed to Captain _I)ixon for the articles presented. - ' ' Thq gaerj^tary reported tfwt he had written .tq ColoneUGawi'er .Ift' Iingland,'acMnowfedgi!iQ- receipt of tlie repo...

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FRIDAY, AUGUST 24. [Before Mr. R. J. Turner, S.M.] [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 25 August 1866

— ^sa-XTr-Arfa*JST 24. FBefore- Mr. B. J. Turner, S.M-1 Patrick Motion was charged with being drunk and riotous at -Willaston on the 23rd August. Defendant pleaded-guilty, and was fined 5s. Jcim $cs];e?:yi&& charged inth stealing a filly, the property of Adolph Handorff. ^ i ; Sir. Badall defended tho prisoner. Adolph Handorff, farmer, resident near Tx-uro. d' po .td -h it in the middle of December last he.haa in his possession a. aars Drown £;l'y about two years 'old. The brand was H da near shoulder;* She tfas itmniug at Thomas fcicott's, near Truro. .^Missed the anare at the end of December or the beginning of January. About the-middle of March, on tie application of the gpliee, witness t furnished information respecting the missing mare. 1 Applied , for a warrant.- -Saw the filly the same day at Mr. Denholme's, North _ Rhine. Had seen the prisoner Baker [once* before. Never had deal- ' ings v.'ith him. Never sold tho filly or authoris^ anyone to j^paoyo witness i...

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GA-WLER CORPORATION. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 22. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 25 August 1866

,GA^\rIcEli CORPORATION. WEDsrsBEyiT, August 22. ~ ^ 8 Worsb'P the Mayor (Mr. John Mj^tcheli}, Coacciilors Lontit^ Clement Iceland, and Yoiing. *'? t**' V ***-*:? rhe minutes of tlie.fomer meeting were read and confirmed. ?-*- A letter wits readJrom Mr. Parker, s&kimr permission to place a temporary fence1' unon Daly-street, ;aear a cutting made there .Granted. ? i*'-. A let tor .w^s read from -JTr. Parker askin^ pramission to light a fire on' Allotment Ko. 77 belonging, to the Primitive- Methodists, on^ Monday, the 27t^of August, .fofthe purpose t f %3'lu'g water for 'the tea 'meeting to be held ob that day. Granted. ' ' '- I A , leiter signed by Daniel Thomson, Joseph v?er' t^r^* ^ther persons^ Was read ,'f^.no the present approa(3i 6) ^)aly -street : leMiag^ from Cockatoo Yatley ^hou£[ be' made* 3)assame as early as convenient. * 1 ^Tenders wei® jeajl for forming and making twochains in Stubbs-streefc, from GeorgeBrownJ at £S 10s. per chain, apd from ^rierly WbrralL : at ...

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THURSDAY, AUGUST 23. [Before J. A. Buchan, Esq., J.P., and Dr. Nott, J.P. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 25 August 1866

Thursday, August 23. fBefore J. A. Buclian, Esq., J.P., and Dr. Kott, J.P. Nicholas Johnson and Charles Jones were fined 5s. each for being drunk, and in default were locked up. One of the prisoners appeared to have-had-his face blackened-. If he Jba-1 been, either in earnest or ih frolic, enaS®ag the part of a highwayman, he was exceedingly fortu nate inthe result of the evening's efforts.

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GAWLER VOLUNTEER MEETING [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 25 August 1866

^AWLER YOLUNTBER MEETING Last evening, ^Friday, tiie 24lh inst, a meeting convened by Mr. James Martin, M.P., latt Captain of' the Gawler Bifie^ tobK place in * the large room of the Gawler Arms. Shortly after the hour ! announced.' a large numbfer of persons^ several of. whom had been members of tlie late companies had-«ssembledl, those in the room nnmtfering' about' '60- Ths: Gawler Band was in attendance^ and plav&d several martial airs previously; to' the t»minencement of ? ? business with, their usuM'\n asterly .execution*. Copies of the new rules and .regulations were ' - placed -on the table, aud -iaBsequently - distri bnted'among the company.-^ ^Mr. j[akss AJartts, opened the meeting. _ by reading the advertisement convening it aud e^plainel the'- circnmBtancea out of which it a3 ?ose.' ~ ? ? ! ~ J3n motion dE ;Mr- : Makmess; secot^ed. ?. ^y Mr. PEactvAL, Mr. Martin- was : unanimously called to the chairs - v ' t _ The Cry a tkm ax 'observed that the volunteers, ^ ma...

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GAWLER POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, AUGUST 21. [Before Mr. R. J. Turner, S.M.] [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 25 August 1866

GAWLEE, POLICE CDUET. j Tuesdvy, August 21. fBefore Mr. K. J. Turner, S.M.I Assault. — Qharles Christie was charged by . Thomas Canty with assaulting and beating' him. : Mr. Budall appeared for complainant, defen dant was undtfended. ? The plaintiff, Thomas Canty, sawyer, cf 'Williamstown, deposed that on the 13 til ? August he had received money ac Gawler in , exci^ge for cheques, and returned i.6 Wil lian^fewn. s wjdfcn lant, who had been a work-*nate, and-. told bim he wanted to go to Mr. Tobit to return the pony. -Defendant said he should not^go without witness gave del en.- dant money. To'd him there was . no money due to him. Weiit into 'ihe' inn to show C&ristle the accounts, when with an oath he said witness was a rcgue, and that he had cheated his form Q? mate. ? This witness denied, and defendant* cailed'him a lisfcr. Applied the . same epithet to ^defendant, when the latter struck him in the mouth, breaking a pipe; wfcich he was emoting, and ^loos^in^ one - f witn...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 25 August 1866

:jgi|rg.:;''':' ** OTK3& 3B8P3E85. ;_j-.%-- The ^ecU(m.|jf f^rSaJwcriberto fill the Office _*? of-n. y«i«iifli»rffSM^matea left-vacant by the ; -.?'?£:'?? „'-'? -'X-^S :-vrsa;- v^jg^'s^^ffaLfatlSViMfc -. W0|tTH?®3-BE^ Cp., DKAPEES,-JffUEBAY STBEET, GAWLEB. T- ESPECTFUXLY ieg to acquaint ji\^ fjiflir Custoniors ssd UtB Public that v tbeiriEstabUshroent will be CLOSED .-?? on WEDSESDAT, !S9a, -»d ;- vCv:U;.-.^ .--v.'.--: f^l^EBS are invited up to J. {)?clock C[n MONDAY, £7th inst^ntvfor clearing (by grabbing) the following roads ui this distri^Tia^— - *' From Section 193 to 525. ? . , . .-. «'.: '. ' 211 to 228. « ' 223 to 249. ? « ? « ' -756 to 77£ ,...-, Allnorth ofTem piers. ,Xl^-fewST'34t-j7ll, between Gawler River and Kangaroo Flat Pof : i^qVing about ,10 yliaitis of Kfil- at' Chimmux's JCagoan^ near WiUaston.- t'A. - -~ Also, lor making; Eoad Drain north of Boeewoxthy. .- ~ ::7 ' _ - „ inMrhfi sttho Post Omce, T^^^^^laston, and at Hunt's Xabgr-3®s&Adelaide. ? . '...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 25 August 1866

s^ . tl*wT.MfcARMa*3 ' _. i ^ -xiA€Hsui(,PKi{a 'U&-mm$gss. etc„ T-EQ %o retare thewmn^gre thw&sfor Jj fsaw favoi^«pd -» inf«W» their fnende] 3Je«t, J^gi*|ee*, ^tp^^t, i^ 4aert 3Se*^Wo^ ^^jRet^iiirlK^ilnes,, ^yhXeb^^^mteimiA'd^H^d'^ rartnew than ilwse of «uy otfe«5«*l»gi. ? &wv ▼' WINNOWI??G ?*' Mft-^iIF«S. JGTGS, ; ^AGNELLS, BWam WAOWNKTrS, SPRING -ua(¥§, UBAYS, WAQUONS, ; jVwd have. *m -3mh»4L a «t«cfc 4» select from,, . -warranted & *,e^ feaswed wateriala wd work*! wanfchip, »w3 at moderate price*. A^iy kind of Vehicle made -or repaired at the s shortest notice, PidetvifpostfiHwM^ li ociito ss. Co Murray-street, Gawler. :rvs';^;/,*p.:*|ri3'atv i''-; TMHOMAS J, MANK3K5T having -in JL addition premise?). taken ihe Premises lately -aajngS^fey TSiosuPena jluna, between Messrs F^t&eringhams' Store, ; j .-and theUnionMiU, is prepared in conjunction » ^rith JOHN J, fpSAiUSA, to -sarr,y -*n $he for all i^|s of IMPLE- MENTS, DRAYS, WAOGKJNS, VEH1CJUE...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 25 August 1866

TO ADVERTISERS AND CONTRIBUTORS. '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 insertion in the j Buwjip on _the ensuing Saturday. They should hear in mind that the twenty-four 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 earlier than formerly abso lutely necessary. -Under ..these circum stances we are sometimes obliged to exclude .comramunications, simply because they arrivejtoo near the tijene of publication. If our correspondents 'and advertisers wilt have the kindness, wjben practicable, to forward their ..comnvunications about the middle of the week, they vall,secure justice o themselves and greatly convenience us. ; ;?%,!«# '' , GAWLER: SATURDAY, AUGUST 25, 1866

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THE GAWLER MARKETS. Bunyip Office, Friday Evening. GRAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 25 August 1866

THE GAlfT^R tiBKBTg; Hunyip O^ice, ITriday Evenijig. Grain. . 'Wheat 5s. 4d. to Ss. 5d. per bu^iel. . floor JS13 to =£15 per ton, per bag, from 28s. to 32s., according to quality. ~ ~ Bran, Is. 6d. to Is. 8d. Pollaid Is. 9d. to 2s. Oats. 5s. to 6s. Fowls* Corn 4s. 6d. .Chaffed Hay, -£6 5s. Other Hay unpalejible. Bread, 2lb loaf, 4^. Meat. Mutton, Liud-0[tiarters, 9d. per lb.; fore quarters 7d. Beef, 7d. to. lOd. per lb. Veal, 7d. to 9d. per lb. Tork, 9d. to lOd. per lb. VEGETABLE. Cabbages, 6d. to 9d. each I *' Turnips, 4d. j-er bunch. Carrots, 4d. . per burieh. Cauliflowers, 6d. to Sd. Onions, 6d. per lb. Parsnips, 4d. per bunch. Potatoes, 9s. 6d. per c^vt. Seed Potatoes, 10s. 6d. Radishes, l|d. per bunch Parsley ld.'pqr bunch. jCeleiy, fel. to 8d. per head , ~ Eeuit Apples, 4d. i» pgr Jb Pears, 4d. to ^d. per lb. Lemons 2d. to 6d. each. j Oranges, from Is. Cd. to 2s. per dozen. Tomatoes 3d. per lb. Dairy Produce. Butter, Is. lOd. per lb. Eggs, Is. per doz.

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GAWLER LOCAL COURT. TUESDAY, AUGUST 21. [Before Mr. R. J. Turner, S.M.] [?] CASES. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 25 August 1866

[?] Totsdat/Avovst Sll; m [^efona Mr. B. J. Tumor, S.M.] ? ? ,:. . % «A'T?aiw»i8^ia»; aarrsl '? ,i-o -i? 'Wv^fc Cwubks sf. Howi^.— Mr. Kndallstated t% fw^e^lianfe8VaMd-3lgimed daro^ges;^, d^f^ndla^s l^yjisg . broken avid enterod»- -tiie a^stiou aiad ipajpoonded plaintiff's sheep. ?**?/. ^ fSooige. Clarke, butcher, stated that Create? S ecKon Mudlat W irra. -from Mr, Burfciui {A^le&er^^ irea^ from Mr. Burkin. as^Bting to let the section forJ3 months cert«Siirsnl- jecttothree months ootioe afterwar^E^^^fiti , ness fe-oik poss^6s|«n of tl\p stfctioa^t tflaoe.'He produced receipts for rtot -eJE; tbe sec^o^ Never i^eoeived notice to quit, defondant w^s-read* giviiig iietice to vnt»ea| to quitthe seetioa,&a4 thr^terdng impoiinditeg of the sheep.) '-' lit*. Howitt; afternards im-. pounded the.slieep. and wiituess rel^y^ them| Suffered mueh ;iaoo»veg.v^noe th^rehy. ? Thai was ia* Jidy. 3?^id the\^u»da^ fees- Had never $ym $c*89Bfdcmst dant ' ^rfterwards u impounded ' *tipi§$...

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THURSDAY, AUGUST 23. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 25 August 1866

TKtTBSXMiTv 23. Eliza was - acquitted on a charge ojf stealing Ironk h«f jnasteri ' ? ^ . ?' i Christina Crawford was chaaged with stealiag aeviralartlclesi the prcperty of Kbenize.- Cook, .A verdict of oot S«^ty y***. nttfrned: ? » ?' r ? f ' -:i' *t'' ilfuThi&anuBhrevs was eharared with s^falinsr two pai^ ^anji Ji eouuterp -n^; the : property^ i^ #. T. WetlenhaklU' cf .Baradise, Verdict gt*iltyi ^Etie ^ieaMw? a ^foc Bowdm was charged with forging a«d tttte*ing as order for ^43 1Q^ 3Fek$v& g nltyv T«k prisoner also adontted tfcta* h& hs*-4 bee« previously convicted. [?]

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MONDAY, AUGUST 20. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 25 August 1866

Monday. August 20. Charles- Fvescb, Thomas Deigh, and Louis Mill. were charged with feloniously breaking ifttu the liou.se of i Ann. Taylarj, «ea.r Faynl^^' and stealing therein hy -f.orce of ariaCi The prisoners were acquittedv V William Brook iJiags was acquitted Df the charge of attempting to poison his wife aud 't-hildl ? . | John, Convoy was acquitted of stealing three j shilinws and' sixpence from a Native called J^k'flooper. -'?» ^ -l ' *'s ' v -*»

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FRIDAY, AUGUST 17. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 25 August 1866

Friday, Auoust 17. _Sf»sss Simmons, alias Sedd&n, alias Johnson, tras charged with assaultiug and attempting to rob Kishard W. Carligr, and with feloniously assaalting Johu ll^ttW OA the highway. - On^tiie foriner charge he was found guiity of a common assault, and guilty oa the latter. ' Henry Keogh w-ts found guilty of unlawfully w&uijdlngf 1 «lice Trooper Gregory. .0 ? ? Wiilm-ni ityinond w&s aetjuitted of felouiously shooting at Elijah Goading -. - :

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WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 22. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 25 August 1866

?Wkdnesday, Axkjpst 2?. Irtmsa Eanlbie was! fie^jitted Qt stealing property oJP value of -ip' iSs.. 6d;, from her Tnistt*fes, Mv3. Polkinglio^jie, of feowder. ? Jyseph Pouni va.% aeq,uitfced from a charge of Isarslary, ' -i ^ Le#tt9» Tjenivn. were convicted ofst^aliag two^ff^ffom Mr. Fowler of-Yorke's

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TUESDAY, AUGUST 21. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 25 August 1866

Tuesday, August 21. William Hails was found^gutlty of indecently assaulting JaSie Ashwwd, at Wallaroo.' -'?. : Henrietta Binder was found guilty of conceal- : insf tke birth of her illegitimate female child - James* Bsipil «as eonvicted of feloniously assaultiug Foiice ^rpo|»er Garraway. Be was reconimended to mercy ofit ^scoiict .of previous good character. - er?* - / - ,

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TALK OF THE WAGS. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 25 August 1866

[?] [?] ^ - iiC^jfcem t^Xa^A**5** . Bi^ht j? 5 Hwer»bles «»d IIe'aoimW^tt»e»ini-- talk sCy '* t»Jlei?^\oS^ f§S^med 'out,' waf ^^^-^laeply absui^,sinc© they could not be *-' that even i^Wwh&ialUif'does^ jJ^HSi ;.^i#^jK?«liiidUorj ? l^pbadl ^iBisifrdown^ .to ;'$iis- , tdsnding ' '^deiit » iutenon, xm Ktsenen s-ange ei ^nuen-is ; ' «^^Si£rv©prM .rg^ort 'of the ,. J^Mii ^en^&v ^^ght; ^j^eftsed , ?''* m: same ' e^!e&ve _^fo_ ^rtain **«' t° he ^^V1*0^-' *©-pWtt e-T®& i- A horse knows fwtien^ef § journey Ijipi and to ir ,(feuj'' ^ '^thatj go ^e jaust. ! The -farther talk is; ? thkt: ftj» ? S^gyosrVi .^wgge§tioii that the ^prisbii lafe^ -^1^13 h&^l^rwavct be to totting .4owij,^i£ie .l^ks qf the TqrKins to their ''natural slope,' |a ^ Judicious jape, 'because, ' however 3wi^elined eom*ieis^m|^y;b© to ordinary position. to ^£?,^^'whefteye£ they can sfind an opportunity. H V i£he talk is that the' £-^sferV eorres pcadent p.f Thureday last, who heads JuS5...

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MUDLA WIRRA DISTRICT COUNCIL. MONDAY, AUGUST 20. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 25 August 1866

MUDLA WIRRA DISTRICT jCOUNfelL. . - ' ' ' STondat, AnstrsT 20. Present— Alltfre n&mbers. vl^tMireadirom the Govertiment, advising that iSfOO 1 had beth advanced to the Cooncit in' afitielpatiOn of the grant-in-aid retes- jFor * 1S66-7. Tenders opened for clearing road through Burnt 'Feed lab Rose wo; thy, and that of Alexander Ilobinson, at JE4Q, accepted; -^-th« tenaers^SV^SS,^ . aud'JETSc* Fct works at Jordon's Gully, Simons anil J ones's'. tender, for walls, -is. 4d. p®r ;yajM cutting, anai/ per«!iain metallii^ ; other 'tenders, P. J. Ciil^erJ JE39 l5£. fof wall^ 2s. 3d. cutting, i£S taetalling ;the former _beingloweSC on the wtple work w as accepted ; othef tenders, f4S, ,£57l10s^ ^660, and 8 f or walls, for metal - Ji5; -£7 1 Qs^ atut jS12 /pei' cbkia. John Daiey'to ^ er written to to teinoye oistrndtiotM maede .by' him on ..the road.; MefflorirfircKiriSi fironi rsiie pave s in Witlaston, relative Jb the. water lying on the flat.' A let War' was read ftomjoBn O'Nerl oil...

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VINEYARDS and WINE MAKING. PRUNING. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 25 August 1866

V1NEYABDS and WINE-MAEXKG. '. ERUNING. xkaj^' PjemsniTG. — -Before the end of the aimsaer the ctottiags will pro bably have made strong shoots of the ieugth of from three to five feet from ; each of tho eyes or buds left Above jthe ? ? ? j 'j. ? *11 ? ii : i . 1.1 . suriact^auu it wi u usuaiiy na^jpeii inac the undermost shoot will be the strongest. If this be the case, the uppermost shoot , is to be taken off altogether, including ? the part «of the old wood w^hich. is above tlie' lowest shoot, aaid only one eye or bud is to be left upon tie lowest snoot. 1 lint chmiU tlio linnAVmnol* ClTtAA'f' 1 WMVMVL VUV Vkp|^il.UIVOV OilWV |AXV)v the strongest, one eye is to be left upon it, and the lowest snoot is to be taken off -^ose to Abe ,old ^wood. Jt is the object atfthis time 4o give as good a form and as much strength.as possible to the «tock. and therefore this mode of prun ing is -adopted in order to prevent it from 'throwing out mumerous separate f shoots, and 'to confine all the s...

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THURSDAY, AUGUST 16. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 25 August 1866

Thpksd\y. August 16. Jolm Baher wdS acquitted of stealing two bay insures, orse .tbe property of Cat ! Foplner, at Tapawda- Ureek, aftd the other of Benjamin Proeee/snt NonU llhiue pouud. . v Hem-y Allen, charged with felojiiously assault ing and rating James McSiciiol, was acquitted. * r,i

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