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WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 4. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 8 September 1866

Wednesday. SimMRm 4. Chaties Jchnes was convicted of embezzling ^317 17s. 2d., the property of Charles Dovell. Jftntes Youiij was found guilty of. embezzling ^391 12s- 2d., belonging to the Duke of York Lodge of Oddfellows, at Port Adelaide. William L.eqver, Jan., was oonvicted 't em bezzlmg ^20 0, belonging to the Adelaide distrust of Oddf^lows The Qourt was occupied duiing Thursday and Friday, with the trial of William Henry Buxfoxd soap and candle maker, for a nuisance. Tb« tiiai had not terminated when we went to press.

Publication Title: Bunyip
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ASHWELL. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 8 September 1866

ASffWBLL: YFrom a correspondent.') The earlj^-Bown wheat is looking as well as -can be expected -considering the north -easters ; we have had ^tai^.h^ tt^pnp'from the cold totho mi ii j iiiil mi asare serious partip^^j* - «yirt&n may be easily read on the face ofthe ?country when the slightest untoward event ^happens. Farms should be on a larger scale, for more purposes than one, to he a benefit to the country and those that occupy them. Rest for instance is as necessary for land as for animals, the change giving vigor in time for proper and healthful management. Wheal; jsowu before the proper season has suffered from .the rust and other similar diseases j and often the rain is too late to admit -ef timely tillage, '?hence the necessity has forced, itself for a spare paddock for fallowing operations, which can be so ranch more easily performed in the winter and, spring time of the year. The scarcity of manures also calls for an extra section to rein vigorate by grazing. The ...

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TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 4. [Before the Chief Justice.] [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 8 September 1866

Tuesday, Sxptkkb£K4. i i Before the Chief Justice.! } ?Frank and Freddy, two aboriginal natives, were charged with the murder of Carl New, man, near Lafce Hope. Both were acquitted. George August ~H.ien,y as -was convicted of forging an order for JS9 5,«. 6d.. at Bluinberg.

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MUDLA WIRRA DISTRICT COUNCIL. MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 3 [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 8 September 1866

MUDLA WIRRA DISTRICT -?OTTSrCIL. I MoknAX. Sbpbb3 usee 3. Present — All the members. Letter read from Mr. Prankerd, relative to the conveyance of water reserve at Biver Light; Jfr. M-cMahon to be written to to couvev the -same to the Council, and arrange with Mr. Prankerd for his sanction, as Mr. McMahon has been paid~for the reserve. Tenders opened 'for the following works:— For revising as essaoent, P. J. Collier, ^20, accepted: J. K. Psapey ^S3. For making road at lagoon, Brandt & ideilson, £8, accepted; . M. Carmody, £8.; W. Hobart, JS9 ids. per chain. For making-road atNottleVCorner, \V. Hobart, JE6 7s-, accepted. For clearing roads, from Section 34, Gawler Biver, to 711, Kangaroo Fiat, Geo. Brown. =£38 -5s. ; S- AHenaan, JE39 : 19s. ; P- McKeon, f 5Q; Alderman's tender aecepted, and Sr. Brown to be infoanfld tfaat 1 as he failed to carry out his agreement with the Council Jast year to dear road by 'Sections '454 and 455, the Council accepted .the ^ext tender ; If rom S...

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MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 3. [Before His Henor, Mr. Justice Gwynue.] [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 8 September 1866

Monray, Skptembbb 3.- - i £j£ofore His Henor, JJr. Justice G wynne. j .kd ward tyhxtby and Joseph Hunt were con victed of cattle-stealing. Sentenced each to two years imprisonment rith hard labor. Catherine McQorntom was acquitted of at tempted child-murder. James Hamilton, and Patrick Eermedy were convicted of highway robbery, committed on Charles Sowter, at ^ent Town oa the 4th j August last.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 8 September 1866

Remember1.— It is this Morning. SStnt^yi iejaSSwr 8,' r, -% i*EEEHOM-S ^iSTtm^saBas^ED Bias. at to& iamT^Sr^#Am«m; ' l^^TTAWTEK HA33iBS Mil «tt 4o| * ' I:jS«1SSS«« «? -* bob®wisioh «r *Tfr,.ffl*MBNTS !§, 19, 20, mA 21, m ' ^JffwSsiOT OF, GAWLER - fafflTO livifg Mfih a Itantaw w 49 / - 1 « Tftat. ; aifl hack i of each Allot ?'- feet wide.,' ; ' -Sood^s *»* L f - aliapidly Improving jNeighberhooa. ^ v^JTaSieBW^a*' Terns Cash, ' Title Guaranteed. OTHEB - FREEHOLDS will be OFFERED. Firewood TjtlSBWOOP in, jmj^u«ntity,«jaa ^ y -assy length is constantly 3TOI& SALE #fc *be Tnn: ' ??' . ? _.,.?- :.w; - :.v ? ^;$O^E^36w^wM»toe. ' -^ ,'' DON'T rOBGET to CAIi '; - '.. .' i ? - . - is ?' : - ' ... -- WEH&STEDT BBOTHEBS, Late JfOBTHMOKJB -k. Co.'s, 1J1 0 B B A B G A I M' S in Ih^ifefeerialg Maa&es and Paletots Shawls ?Ladies Underclothing -Jfrenoh Merinoes Cr^^ and Skirtings ,. F&acy -*oods. MUline^y Calicoes, Flannels Sheetings, &c., &e- ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 8 September 1866

SElSG C&JSIS, DRAYS, WAGGONS, ii»«i«m'^ *°^ *ork AW kind of Y-^h3(i iMW at T^re8 tt B» tfavtom wtie®, „ ' ''?„ - Orders hy post$WM&»ily i «M«t©. a«PTB»jte!WMS *? - -?& martin * Co ?* -» , Muxray-atreefc, Gawter. tlHOHAS J;' MAN&EY havi»g -in addition *ohla ^j^mises), fetoa the Frewi^ lately QOW{«ed;^rTho8.1P«ia iuua. between Messrs Fotkenushams Storey *t& the Union Mil!, V?»£»w-d in conjunction ' ' with JOHN J. yENAX-llSA, to eany for all kinds*?* AGRICULTURAL IMPLE EBJOLES, MACHINES, &q^, on the shortest notion ^ ;^HQS-J. MASKEY. . AMS.3 ' _ Machine ^adO^iferal^&npleBieiit Manufactory, mmm, gawler . o J O H N 7 0K P/Sw ;, , jfii-siro^^-3HBtei^ppiww^ wo. BEGS to tluwfc Ms auinerouB customers ^ for past fa^aBfe »ud :-iw he ?Ifis. AND WINNOWING MACHINES, WAGONS, DRAYS, SPRING CASTS, NEW : ' PCH® PAQNELUS, &cu. *»., Oft the diftrtestlioti66 ^n^-^ th© best and Woftovtadtip Reaping and 'Wfaao^ag MSm^wpcb ^ erer7 eoBstraction...

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FRUIT [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 8 September 1866

Fbdtt | i;iErons,4d. each ^ubarh, is. per lb. . ^ _ *S*teV*d. toed, per lb '^1 ^Srs, 4-L to 6d. per lb. _ .1 3kmon8 2d. to 6d. each. Oranges, from is. 6d. to2s.par Aoxwk T Toau^iesSd. per lb. ^ ^ ? Dairy Produce. * Buttervls. Sd. peif Ih. l8.perdoz, j

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THE GAWLER MARKETS. Bunyip Office, Friday Evening. GRAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 8 September 1866

THE .GAWLEB M.AEKETS. IrBvmyip Office, Friday Evening. Grain. We have to reports a fair supply of Wheat coming to hand during the week, prices have ; Jtowever declined, the market .value at the isegining of the. week, was 5s. 5cL, to 5s. 6d, per bushel, but now we ^believe 5s. to 5s. Id. is the outside price paid by auy of the buyers; Flour is also, dull, and we be?ieve the retail price is 28s. to 32s.„per bag according to guality. 5 Bran and Pollard jmamt&in their value, being ; still worth Is. -5d. and Is, Ud. respectively, ; wholesale. ?Barleyand Oats, noaeoSering. . Hsy. jtru^ed, 10s. . to ^ea iOfiu, accordii?g to ? .jQQalibr. Fowls' Corn 4s, 6d. ; Cape Barley, 4s. 6d- per bush«l ' , Bread, Sib ioaf, 4jd. ; _ Meat. Muttop, hiud-auart^fc 8d. |per lb.; fore quarters 6d. Beef, 6d, to. lOd. per lb. » .Veal, 7d. to 9d. per lb. ? f JPork, 9d. to lod. per lb. y.lSG KTAB3LKS, - Cabbages, 6d. to 3d. each. Turnips, 4d,per bunch. , - Carrots, 4&» per bauch. Cauliflowers, 6d...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 8 September 1866

THIS splendid Draught Entire Horse ^ - will stand for the season at the under mentioned places, conunenaing. to trard. . Monday, August *7,1866. Mon^^ v^ loave ltonse for Yonng**, Kokarton's I^os, rewmiriing three bours from II to 2 o'clock,' leaving thwe for Tem- : plaxs Hotel, and remaining for tk® night. Tuesdays will call at Mr. Stott'a blaeknxuth'8 shop, also atMr. £&-«&}-» waytol anvood. arriving at the Light Bridge by 2 o'clock, where he will staj forthe ni^it. Wednesdays will leave Lmwood for home, ^calling at Mr. Green's, staying two honrs, aad 4hen fvooeed i ng down by the North-road. - Thnrsd%y8 *21 leave home, calling at the- ^leaeak Log, Rosenthal, and Lyndooh Valley, staying for the night at the Barossa lnn. Fridays will leave for Mr. Stephen's, South. Para, through Sandy Creek, calling at the Wheatsheaf Inn Satnrdays will be at Mr. Mnller's Commerdal Hotel, -Gawler, nntil 3 o'doii, when he wiQ leave fear home. Terms, 3 guineas, payable on or betare the...

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SUPREME COURT.—CRIMINAL SITTINGS. FRIDAY, AUGUST 31. [Before the Chief Justice.] [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 8 September 1866

SUPREME COUET. — CBIMINAL I SXTllNGS. Friday, August 31. {'Before the Chief Justice.! Jgthn Bailey Bobshaw was found guilty of , obtaining- the sum of £21 by false pretences , ! frcru Jehn Milford of Stirling East. I Patrick Kirby was acquitted of the charge of highway robbery..

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SOUTH AUSTRALIAN RAILWAYS. TIME TABLE. PORT DIVISION.—Week-Day Trains. DOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 8 September 1866

SOUTH AUSTRALIAN RAILWAYS. TIME TABLE. Post DrvisiOJt.— Week-IHy Trains. DOTH. Adelaide ? dvparture rso 9 15 it-15 j 1-40 3-301 5-20 Bowden ? „ ?-34 i 919 1V19 1*44 3-34) 5.24 Woodyille. ? „ 7 42 9*2 1 11-27 | 1-52 3-42] 5*32 Albertom ? „ 7 '50 9 35 11-33! a-0« 3-SOJ 5*42 Port, arrival ? ? s-qo 9-45 1145 1 yifl 4-Qol sa- IF. Port ? departarejs-30 1 10 15 12*45 . 2-30 4-30 6-10 Albertoa ..... „ te-24 1 1019 12-4^ 2*34 4-34 6-15 Woodville.. „ S-32 l-m 12/57 2-42 4-42 6*25 Ito'.vdm ? „ 8-40 10-35 1*05 2-50 4 50 6'35 Adelaide ? ? arrival |8'50 10-45 1-15 3~00 5-oc s-43 i'OKT Divuox — Sunday Trains. DOWN.. Adelaide............ .departure 9.-00 1-30 j 3-30 5-3S Bowden... ? „ S -04 1-34 3-34 V30 Woodville ? ? ? 912 1'42 j 3 '42 5-49 Alberton ? ? ? ? ? „ 9-20 l -50 I 3*50 5-50 Port ? ? ? arrival. 9-30 2-00 | 4-00 6-00 ? CP ? ^ * Port ? ? ? departure 10-00 1 2-20 4-30 6-33 Alberton... ? ? ? „ . 19-04 i 2 24 4-34 ft-% Woodville. ? „ 10-12 i 2-42 4-42 e-4# Bowdon . ? ? ? ? 10-20 i 2:4a 4 30 «-...

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THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 6. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 8 September 1866

Thpksmy, Septesujkk g. £ne Attorney -General 'moved for leave to introduce a Bill intitnled « ^.u Act to consoli date and amend the law relating to divorce and matrimonial causes in South Australia.' The Bill was read the first time. The Third Judge and District Courts Act Amendment Bill was read the third time and pafjgftd, The debate on the Supreme Court Revenue Jurisdiction Bill w»» aijofcra^I for a weak. On the motion of Mr. Bower, returns were ?ordered of the revenue derived from ^Yorke's peninsula from sales of lans^ ^izieriJtieasiu, ai-4 lieeneee. ^ ? The Sousq adjourned to the following day.

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HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY. FRIDAY, AUGUST 31. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 8 September 1866

STO^SS OF A^SMBJLT. ] W^m^x-Amvar9i. Sir. Seywsids m-*e& m& Mr, T&mma& eve&ad^iibm that a irefettjn* belaid oa tho tabte ctf the Hoase, showing the cost. a«4 other pipbte^« et several comwi^icfflSk and | » m ?. jiliii-¥fr rrm'nTjT '~f suigect from personal TheJSU was read, the first time. ^^gfbcang*^»inirod««wta Bill to a^end ; q}| i'n,- . nitfttftfMi . wftft F. *WWIC- «***? ' 'Mt '*? t — ^ m w m m m ky r ? - The B3t to^nrc^Bot members of the jQeoxt was ceed tbe first time, and pasaed. 5i» 33iH fflflf the amendmeBfref the Coasti^ taStaon jMt IN- intw-daoed ?by the ^Chief Secretary, and read the lirat time. !3»ljwtopx^ni^ta^ the Appeal Ocwwt wM read the third time and pawedl Vbe 5KU for the amesdment of the -3onsti- Aet wai introdaoed by S^gtafy, and read the first time.

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THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 6. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 8 September 1866

; Tk^RSMlT. S»TBWBCaSp Baker moved for a r»t-urn of the Q^me^DjaaeoX esspenditaxe for li^h^t^ v&h gas. ordered, Tb« (or ^cote«tien of meaWs of the £ourt of Aj^e^J 'was r&ad the second ti»e, awi earrisd tbiou^j. CoBjmiitees The Gteveranstecjdfc balzuteife at tfee several Ba«te *^ the table. Tb» Teesday mart.

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WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 5. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 8 September 1866

Wbbnesday, Sbttwcbss 5, After several questions had been asked and replied to rfce Estimates were laid on the table. In reply to a question by Mr. Strangwayg respecting the Commissiondr of Pnblie Works as a member of the )ate $ria of English & Brown, the Chief Secretary gave the following reply ' The Government decline to reply to anV Question framed with tha intantinn nf reflecting upon the honor and integrity of any member of the Government.' Sir. Sutherland withdrew his motion for increasing' the grant in aid to Corpora tio ns and District Councils. Mr. Bright carried his motion for a select committee fear improving Port Wakefield, and a committee was appointed, consisting of Mr. Bright, the Commissioner of Public Works, and Messrs. Reynolds, N. Blyth. Bverard, Bower, and Townsend. Jar. Mower s motion for laying water-pipes at Port Adeiaide* was carried. Mr. Caveaagh succeeded ia his motion for returns of claimants for remission of rent. The Third Judge, and District Cour...

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TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 4. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 8 September 1866

^ : Tp»B-*T, S*PTEK5rt!B 4, ^ J oereral paj-£»s wludi , bad- been sailed for, weee laid on the table; petitions .presented; and questions assn-ered. - . The Hrai. Mr. StniDgwa^ pointed -cut the inoonveniencse which would probably arise from two writs having been issaed^jfor mem bers of the Ijegislative Council instead -of one. *£he Attorney^3reneral explainsd that the undoubted difficulty ^as in no way attribu table to the -j9Y»*rnment. He stated that the nomination for the four vacancies would take plaoe on one day, and that 'for tby other vaeaney on tha following, bat that elec tions would oecur simultwoouslv. The BUI for establishinff Jndnsferiai JJefor matories, and JuveuiJe Asyloms vaa read the second tinge, ' The tf afria^e Law Amendment Bill was read thefirst time, . The BiU to amend practice and proeeedure of the Supyetjje Court in Bevenue ^nrisdifttion, was read the first time, A seleot committee to encpiire into com munication with, and drainage of tb^ South : Eastern Dist...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 8 September 1866

H0JLM-WAY'« OlSTlfENT AKO PlLtS.— HjEASTV A?f D Healthy.— .Tbe experi»noe ctf tlwiftaji^lE, both at boms au^ abro^. lias ttoptjr deuoostrated the power pos sessed. by thoee Ue»3ing_,a»d. pttrifjing remedies of re mOTrfBg-ctttajjeQus erapCBMis^i^p^xa^skeratipiis, and rdtesris^ &tato a^ ahso^e&. Tbese bEOAea evils fieqaeoBy rob fife o( -zi&y com&rt, tbrojjgit the re tuctkoce- ofthe sna^ver to«xpose tuis iafirmitT- Hollo way- by seae^of att riidk lua^naetjona for 'e*£*n^^^ »i6fcoafr any ctaaiger. aad vrttlioaj: the aaeessity of iaeBtSiw^ t&eir mSady to m.r one. The Qfartsaeot aggt MJs wHl Hkewiase enre bed It«s.

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MUDHOLE. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 8 September 1866

^ to The If ud hole has been again enlivened, but unfortunately not in the manner which the inhabitants had 'been ledtoeipect. It will be remembered that when an limatettr concert was given intheTown H^l^some few weds ago, whilst die builfiing Was Btill occupied by the bneklsyecsrmis plasterers, snd 'the -carpenters and painters were keening etrervthinc in a mpce the Mayor and Corporation were so pleased with that opening concert that they resolved to open it again, «nd issued a most inviting programme^ which the Btmyip had the honor of publishing to the worid, a#4 to the performance of which the public looked -forward -With anticipations of delight. It is, however, greatly to be regretted that as the'time approached fheyall funked on. it, and were afraid to come out in their real characters. Although thejr have been rehears thdr roles for many years yet they could not resolve to step oa' the platform, eo they »«4 their heads together aad devised a scheme at once original sad econom...

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WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 5. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 8 September 1866

Wednesday, September 5. Im answer t© a qa^taon by the Hon. J. Baker, the CewmissiQneir of Public Works stated that the report that Government had paid Hyrdess tc- abaadoa bis actions against ioembe» ofthe Himrtrxw^s aot foand«»d on fact. TheHon.Mr.33aW*lh(i^tothe namerous yncaJK'#s in the CfegaciL aaBAwnteesed a hope that the electois *ould not jreeuire pledges f5omeaad«Jates. Mr. Baker introdneed a BiU r^eal Acts relating to the CJeort of AppeaJb. The Bill WW read the &st time^ The Hon. t&e Comipissioaer Public Wwks iaiarodnced a Bp. for the I^ewteation of Bvtib aad ifeatb«, *hieh the first ;;©a9,.

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