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MUDLA WIRRA DISTRICT COUNCIL. MONDAY, AUGUST 27. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 1 September 1866

[?] [?] ' Pr^ent— -A.H ^he' members. ' TvnS^^i ,-fny.t,TTe 'fol|(iwirigr works ^ fefwried ^-^Cfearing^ roa'd 'From ; ^section* 1^3 tor ;5^3, west Of TTeiwplSrsj Jer?* , ^nnnan,^ 10$ ;«§oepte«ii ; cihec ifeqften^ --J&tg - U ' £50.' For ,clpari)ig.rojtd, frotu Section . 2&$- -to! . 211, near the ^fla^staff, noyth, qf ?Templers, 'jfK- Attw'ell, J69 15s*^ac6eptM*1 ^t)b©ir' t^deis.-fropib' JB1S to £32. . F-flr cleanii^5 ro^'^iwn *flSectiou' 523 to 34^, ; between M'iaiertoli s ;PJafe# '%na ' Fraelin^ road. J. Attnrollsu£t Ufc iawBrin/t--; other tenors . fryin i ?road from-TSe'to 52S^iitd ^tu?i -j34 on itiver to- SU/K^ngaftio^tat, ^b^^a^yertis^l.' Uiroygh ia8ortpaiifc»e«. Fgir-mk klttg ?TOaff ihifti,,'5 it, Simpson, ,4s. ltd. per chain,; a^pied'f'«i»r tenders^ 5s. to %. 6d. . ^esidf^ clearing road f join western pwiaf of aefiiiaB..7t7„ Reeves's Plains, to 417, ifan^riif^la^ tarCuai-v, mins's'lagoon en the rt-ad td .GawJer/ ajitf also' far revifriug the assessment. * '7 -

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PRIMITIVE METHODIST CHAPEL ANNIVERSARY. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 1 September 1866

BRIMITIY& METHODIST CHAPIX f'- -? ? 4NNI¥ER^AEY.C -; The first anniversary of this tL$n6mma,tion i ri G ^ w lei-, s# h-si4 ott Siuidiy, tfae ?6th- and1 Monday, t^tt 27th of August. ' ' On tho former day three sermons were, pteached by the* liev. Mr. Wright, to full con gregations. and collections of ''coi^snp^ ding amounfr weie lnitTe.' Oa Monday afternoon «,.jkea meeting was held, which commenced at- 4 o'elpQk, by which time the tables were crowded,* ,yhe par,.: takers of the cusiomai-y re&eshjnent^, .\shich. were suppiitxi in ztuuxiu^iLce ana great yarxety,, after doing- lull justice tp theu?s gave place, to a set O .id company, v. i- ieh in tiiru was succeeded: by a\bird, and en each occasion ^.s many visi-: tors sat down as_CG-u\d be accommodated. ; The, chapel wa§ deiorated ' with a profusion of foliage asd Sowers. lu .tfcs evening a public meeting wss heid ^Lt 7 o'clock the building was completely filled, and at a later p^r '.od, s»-id to the.eo . c a.sion, aU ...

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GAWLER LOCAL COURT. TUESDAY, AUGUST 28. [Before Mr. R. J. Turner, S.M.] DEFENDED CASKS. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 1 September 1866

[?] u$ K:«s -jii's. »?.? i«i V .w.'' (? \ i — ' -' v.' ? ???-' *a | Li*'f .: ; |Ciannm fi CA&E^fc^Jfoi? |Ea&nc^' of aeeQifstt^oc ^ortdona; -- ^ 1 --*' - '*- ' * ,#%nk^, i he , :fa»vod the jet^l |tj^U8 aocoajpt./, , , ;.^ r ? . - -H^ ': Mr-Tfeuclall cross -ex^mioed^the Vitae^. «J}d iltt«S fiSr1* xidftWit Oa. that Mis, Porter *«hould'haTe 5be^n? sg&d, if .at ' iiil, 'as * exeoy.tris. He called - - : ?- 5 '' : 'i---' . 'Mact A|m (^rter^ the defendant, who -said ' her UwsWad left a witt- She waa nofc execu- ? 'iri?.'.. The witness was . examined M- some tz&m ias to soine of the items of accpuat, * lln 'rwj-ly to ^ question fi-om the plalaiiiff; tlie | defendant atated that one of the' articles, a ! dray», w^s aaeppiv^d ifro^L plftiatiff ^ter hfr- huaband's d«at^- ' ' ? ? '*': s l|y poneent of ho^b pavties the ease was adjoiMMiBd ifeg a waek, 'far'^Ati'gr&d'iclion o$* »^3iwsw r*3«ocks. I IStoi^s^or^ ^cfeteitti^'^ep?fe64^m^ defendant lured four bull...

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SUPREME COURT.—CRIMINAL SITTINGS. [?] [Before the Chief [?] [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 1 September 1866

SUPREME COUST ^MMUsTAL a.iE! ft^hrrnH' .7 [?] BVS fttA? %\ kwurd« --«| I ' Ijfefci&t kfWm&b was m ailiKilf'tWUkUiikad«te -yo^«^,fiil «6HV | -wde'c lor iM) i4a.^ ^45J^^i^nteat i ijBiu ^aii4n^Mt»^-i-Mijr,8l;-. :'''r' ~d ' ': 1- prhomai j oyai wasi^uiM^ ^ bui^riansly m&£#btiL&L Ki^. ^thls^^ : «?? ?'*-??'-'}'.» ii'.-'-'i^' -.';.'.i-'-V ''-i^ -

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FRIDAY, AUGUST 31. [Before Mr. R. J. Turner, S.M.] [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 1 September 1866

:P»i»AT, Au«usx 31. .*,. 1 fBefore 'Mr. R. J. Turner, S.M.I ' 3i-hn. Balder: who had been remanded f^oin the pittvions I^ciday on -a charge of horse-stealing, being -iuly ca^leU, did iiot appear. His recog nisances, and those of his bail,^were therefore ^stivated, and a warrant -for .Backers appre hension was issued. ' ' .

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GAWLER POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, AUGUST 21. [Before Mr. R. J. Turner, S.M.] [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 1 September 1866

4 7£«4!«_tt2 ;tjf. ^ .'»' w»'ffi!'J|LW»a 2 JUT ' * f-t ? - 1 Hfl ,:3S3B^»Btr-SK .^Sirner.'S^M/l; 't'' ''. , f J I ; was ^a^ by M? ;Bl%em ?dl«i* ,|n the J-istafcty^rom^^\r*^wKWl quarryi»g stei» :i|i ]tfe(: #st»ot iof S^efesa'' : T&fciiP nJ 'i 'I a 1 WdW^Sen«^y®i*teeeIfc: Jtanger -af tfee -le{Hwed% -he*fcict-W] the4#c^dan|; wvxsywg' ftfaoaa-pn a ^disViek^ was i#mn away. %|e C6u^^%tnqt granU ^ Uasnt^i zecaoW 8to&1m&.,a - roat, ^nd 1 the ^resenfcj 'it^uv^.. jftefei^a^t admitted ;Ha,vang -taem %he stone. ,. »-? : .. , ,v ,r[* ' T; ca ; 'By Mr. Tmmerr^By sei»i^g th^ stone witn^s; meant mat li© formally lurormed-lyl^aips.titii.d othjeus that he (witness), was ipi pSigsesSiouQ of ' the $t®pe. - . $i)A--'«!Md = 5 was nof6 dangerous.3 NeYjsrr defendant permission »tc- remove^ iW st^e~ .^rsniliams ojfei^d, ^ithput dhacge,^ to remoV§ stone to' the -|epfh of ~sjLj i^qhes^ ? where ? the stdces were1 projecting from,' the™ ^oad^ hufeSagfcead Weakih^ ttBTthe tqp^ he* topis t...

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GAWLER CORPORATION. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 29. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 1 September 1866

g a vvxaai €0iu-ijiium&n ISSMIISa '\V EOl-SJCSBA^ jSlVKSV&P ' 2ft. Present— Ills Woishift tl^ ^%yoj, QluneiJi jlors Clemen VYou:i£,'i''i:H;li, Lou tit, mid Mold An apology froui Couueillor'^^fa4^'^* npii ^attendance was read. fct;.hk'» #---*r-# The iniuutes of the last meetin|f wj^cel?e4d _and confirmed. h-A i-hS* *??''»??? A letter was read f roi*« JSVagfettiS', -requesting that the t i ^vio5;ietife)t#^ a ?«r«od^u .closet (one week) might be extgadadl to' ®&e . month, when- he would be erecting othesr:»toiSe : huild6i-g^. tf-»Bil»H .-**????* ii«' * ! It was rc-soiyea tiiat tne, -^ttoota ;t-e S It waV^ASSt^t for nietaliiug three ch'aiiis of 'Bauda.sr-street, /near the '6kai^,be4dce^(ed' - Councillor Mold reported on tetwJjft Jofw tfete' 'Public Works . meats iu Da!y-streot, - r^u^^E^i'ije -niade. would piobahij^^^jw^ tKat-.the1 -work was desiraTji^, bttt_-tfe.ajrv ij6ti4fee vpreeent ! . state of the funds' the ooi* - recommend' the work J?emg ^-dgrt akeapUj^e...

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HOUSE OF [?] TUESDAY, [?] [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 1 September 1866

[?] [?] Sey«il,*#a§£ls , tbSre^iaSa ffe^the, t«fei jwi^vBfelw^eeh^dto^gi^iS^TtlicHne^g^ f ronH4i|^B*t;eUe«*ffpjt iBduft^ ^*for *!»?-. of ^f®1 policy of the Govei nment iu the present Mr. UlythjsaQ^e &t i«fi|tlv4n opfSeP1 sition to tha Government, ai.d*r«^asTt#i^', .answWd^^^lii^^^^^TxeaetfreR^f3^*^ Adjourned t~iJI^e$ljBe^ys& Ui ei_-^l-t--i. I iX^i ^or the half-vear ended Juuje -30. | retura j$as, ^tpetLef yall pafctfcw strue her, the^^t yearr .d netiiit^i^S^s #?u} the ina^g.«iaj» tfespasdue* §f xtfc* jqpttp^ 'of jthe A&l^bp^Qj^^. ix 1.7* 'CT,'*\i ';, Oa t% ipQt^ «f Jte |5jrig^t ^ *efa*n ?***»' ? xhvdsW-I^a^ftB^BaBa^^Mkiy^^^a, ^pp^^Vak^tcg*TQg55; Stow, Goyder, JRi»ei ' and fN^V^MM^Weft byfstoh jggies. ?'''' ' . , ,-s - V-'-.V^ u - '''* '?!/ '.t '«! -d w*» — -»'-iS «v *? »-**?*? ;; ', .. ^g^s^R%^raBro«®'S».- -- -* ^5':' - ii-J -ei^ Resented $«a &fi&; ^questions .^i-^-i'S re£ «-'? '-'l '1' The^^^-^euec^ i^trodueed * B81 fbr the protection of memb...

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INQUEST AT GRACE PLAINS. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 1 September 1866

t r ' ,»--l,-w-— j. 1 ?. 1 1. 1^ . ! ? ? — — ? ? , '* in4tcp^.^4i^ On T^m*edayia3fc,^Aiiga8fc30th, Mr. ^E. - J. ' ^i^p«r, It^d on, iaqsueet at dcaoe Plains, ??= t4e body of Johii Adair ^whb «ra® kilte& ^y 1 -ih^.e#itei}te «!?& gufr«hl«% hfO wjwf remowBg | fepoiadr^jr. r -:,- *= -*ti? ?? '?'?f- !' 'f -?? ' '? ' : j # David, V^gog, ^aeks*?.ifch,.of Grewje Pli»»s, ?deposed that . wa^ with witness in the | Baorubb^. ^^o^»iyd^^ iime» ^ *W -pietead- i iaj^-day, Deceased, ^aid .feo woiUd iake his j coat, ha& medkf«lv _ afkptr. . »x-itiit!Ea.- itMnae sjiiikflt i 1fcjiW«r& at-saregaefcr -if«pl--J»f lookMg rowsMfU fgw»i..d!e®eteedvfeU. ^Ipegfgas*! '' w^4c®?t fmd^ee«a%ed#^i«fd ^fchrookgh ^he #-^*^i}i*esk »^«Ui tanrJioar ' after xfe w|s s3iwM;. -3% jiat, w^a, »ba«fe ha^pa^b eleyen ' in ^ %oh bf d««p3e^^i^vM'^-aet ,*aJte3^jr. ^ He t^«wi teetetega A&+. d^tea&e-L. Bga^typaiwlsa&jaf Grace Plains, cQ¥i§^?fed the endence -of J^he former deposed ...

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GAW[?]R INSTITUTE. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 1 September 1866

[?] 1 ^ttaga«^|dhich^ on;theLbd^nb«.» a^K^fpM; ^l^ed^lh sy^rT »? hsiSte* It 4wtew(Sitelra bsS^o^Wl^k^mMi^by*' |ift^^£s«are^us^ll» tho^aWumflalfMed^ ^Ihat* a' .jj&lliid ttWtly be*f^d)^ ^tVd4fekm-wi ^ fs^ssrir^ sc+ptov&i***, ^ t^v RVflcoy^n^^e^^aj^ia^^ra a vi- i *. t|»Kj UttiiAwdit of^: Seferal Questiciiis .relating to,-j*s^diettlar. items of assed 'by members o^thH^ity^^ft^ to the i Chahni^iTsroa Treasu.rer._ . _ , MrrjAs. MAtg^^I^'.^m%|^dj^hggy-^f-tion of jt lie repurt -Jftd *oi*w-n ?c-sflcefy^ ~lt \vas the best bdsnee-sheet that had beea yet exhibited, , gtil- i£» SB fiiiifellt » liv^^#«' tbertSr! J Tie puWip wem more tftMwftg t^ithp. Qqh Ait^efe?1 ^^^ail.t^a apa.thjr sb.qivy a !iM;be^wtKked sn&^ea. tgat t»e- au^^rAt»?& aid ^ Mj^9l'Sj(tSrest 'nno^ia^ f-t._jixe..- «n-l a^ei to,^da ^nfc-mg% g & WW^'m ppa%^u Mr' Sco^kn sec«nctedvtjje jjiBtloiu ^l^ qaiee-'' tim$ l» h»d'a%ked that ^ight Was fphj ji dasice, S^j|iy-^oietetam iufortiiatijtn^, Haf^ich...

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CAPITAL PUNISHMENT. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 8 September 1866

CAPITAL PUKISHMEXT. TO THIS ED1T0B. Sir — No doubt a reply from me will be expected in answer to yoar correspondent ' Thomas Smith.' From the tenor of his letter I judge that he is one of the harmless individuals that are ia the world. His appeal for sympathy on behalf of the murderer is very flowery, bat there is no depth iu it. Surely Mr. S. cannot , have studied his points before he seat them to you. I will briefly reply to his points. ' Soli- ? tary confinement for life canaot be carried out, beeause to carry it out the ministers of the : Gospel must be excluded.' I thank' Mr. S. for i raising this point. I would allow the ministers of religion to visit the culprit occasionally, because by seeing the minister it would increase his pumshmeut in various ways, fiy anticipat ing those visits from the minister it would lead him, for a time at lsast, to think wijy he is so confined in such a gloomy place— shut out from aU other society, and also to regret that he had not more apprecia...

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TEATREE GULLY LOCAL COURT. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 5. [Before Mr. R. J. Turner. S.M.] [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 8 September 1866

???? i TBATEBE GULLY LOCAL COURT, ! Wednesday, September 5. J I fBefore Mr. R. J. Turner. S.M.1 I KlBKPATEICK V, WaGNEB. ? For S8. KaUnftg. of account. j Yerdict for plaintiff for £7 12s. 6d. j j KlRPATiilCK V. REtmtTA ? ; judgment, for 28s. lid. ' Order for payment of 3s. 3d. per week, j

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GUMERACHA POLICE COURT. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 5. [Before Mr. R. J. Turner, S.M.] [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 8 September 1866

aUMERACHA POLICE COTIRT. Wednesday, Septembeb 5. ]'Befote Mr. K. J. Turner, SJSC j **? tterixage was saed 5s.. and costs for bftviag . horses astray. A similar cme against a persen named Coobe was di missed. Mr. Frederick Wilhelm Kleinschmidfc was sworn in as a Justice of the Peace.

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GUMERACHA LOCAL COURT. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 5. [Before Mr. R. J. Turner, S.M.] [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 8 September 1866

GrVMEEACSA LOCAL COUET. W EDNESJJAY, SkfTIJIBEE [Before Mr. R. J. Turner. S.M.T Stabeenach v. Pctmpa. — For jEIO 4s., money lent. ' Adjourned, a medical certificate having been sent in on behalf of defendant Defendant to pay costs of the day., Stabjebnach v. ChajuiIn. — For. JB1 2s., for - refreshments supplied, Julius Stabernaeh, the Plaintiff, late -r-nWip«.-n : at Springton, stated that be supplied tha goods to a person deceased, and he was new1 suing the widow. Had no books with him Ann Chamlin, the widow, stated *ha.t, she hsd never had goods from plaintiff. never taken out letters erf administration. TTat husb%nd died intestate, j ^Ferdict a noijsuit.

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LOCAL COURT CAUSE LIST. Schwan v. Filsell. POLICE COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 8 September 1866

JiOCAL COURT CAUSE J.TST Schwan v. Filsell. - Police Couet. Hutchinson t. Sullivan* -Same v. Sedgley. ?Same v. Bentley.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 8 September 1866

BIETH. ; BAEEETT.— 'At ^Btaeefield. aear Gawler, on , ttie 2nd Sepfeftmbier, the |w --of£ Ar. Th-^»as Bmrtt -* aidang^tter.- * \ 1.. f-. J, .. * \i ,* i

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GAWLER POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 4. [Before Mr. R. J. Turner, S.M.] [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 8 September 1866

GAWLER POLICE COURT. , Tuesd if, September 4. 1 TBefore Mr. S. J. Turner. S.ftT.T J William and Sqmuel Crouch were charged with unlawfully seizing horses while being driven to the pound. Jazres Forbes, of Grace Plains, examined by Mr. Turner — deposed that he knew Samuel j Croush aud William Crouch. On the 27th August saw five horses on his father's section* i They were lr. Crouch's horses. Took them, assisted by his brother towards the pound, when William Crouch went to the head of the uorses, and asked witness to let mm hare one of them to ride. Witness replied he would | not do so till be got to the pound. Mr. Crouch ? then went ahead of them, and drove them to j his own ground. Witness and his brother galloped after them, and turned them back again. William Crouch headed them again, and followed them home. When witness had got them out again. Saiunel Crouch held up a saddle. Samuel and William Crouch got the horses away from witness. By Mr. Lewis—* William Crouch was not alongsi...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 8 September 1866

TO CORltESPONDENTS. j We have received a communication oil the subject of ' Capital Punishments,' signed - ' Justatia,' for which we have not ioom io4Say, but which we will insert nert week if the miter will, aooording to usage, favor its with his name, not of oouise for publica ... ? ? GAWLER; SATURDAY, .SEPT- 8, 1866, ,

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GAWLER LOCAL COURT. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 4. [Before Mr. R. J. Turner, S.M.] UNSATISFIED JUDGMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 8 September 1866

GAWLER LOCAL COURT. TpBSOAY, SjBP1-S3[BBB 4. [Before Mr. R, J. Turner, S.M.] unsatjsj-iid judgment, Josjs v. S^jj^epak.- »Mr. Rudall stated that the matter had been arranged, the defendant being prepared to pay the costs. Defendant was ordered also to pay the costs of a witness bttbposned. by plaintiff. WBOCD CASES. MANnT r.CAa'rxK. — This case vasadiourned from last Court-day fear the production of ! documents by defendant and books of account tj plaintiff. Mr. Tamer appeared for pladntiff, and Mx. I Rudali for defendant, | Mr. Tamer called the plaintiff, ? Thoe. J. Mankey, whe produced hw book of account containing- particulars, of the amount claimed, ^69 8s. 6d, The work was done aad materials supplied as ^ume^-ated in those items. There was a balance of 42 on a dray supplied after Mr, Carters death, and the sum of j|& for the hireofareapin^-m^ihine. There Was no agreement for interest. On the 5th SJgfcober there was a balance owinar by Mr. Carter of .£13 la, Never receiv...

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THE APPROACHING ELECTIONS [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 8 September 1866

THE AP43 110 ACHIN Gr ELECXIQSS Pkee institutions are admirable things —especially, to write ^ad talk about. Per sonal liberty is 'like the lair \ve breathe, without it we die,' politically. Manhood suffrage, vote by ballot, and short .parliaments are things worth bawling, spouting, hustling, and even fighting, about, until they have been obtained. There is something especially grand in a . community egjual in number to the mhabitonts of a large village, or a small market town in Britain, having an upper chamber of Parliament, like the British House of Lords, although it possesses no aristocracy tb legislate therein. But. having obtained an ultra liberal consti tution, and two houses of legislature, what need is there for the people of South Australia to make use of the one, or to send competent persons t© ^occupy the othersJP Irrational as this line of argument un doubtedly is, the constituencies of South Australia appeal* to be acting in conson ance with it. Withiaa three or fbur ...

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