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NOMINATIONS OF CANDIDATES FOE THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 15 September 1866
NOMINATIONS OF CANDIDATES FOE THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. The nomination of aspirants to supply four of the five existing vacancies in the Legisla- ! ti^e Council took place in the Adelaide Town i Hall Refreshment Boom, on Wednesday last, at noon. A considerable uumber of persons were present. The Sheriff read the Writ, and subsequently the following nominations : — John Tuthill Bagot, of North Adelaide, Bar rister at Law, proposed by Thomas Reynolds, ±L. jj\ A. Kruger, W m. Townsend, and F. Bayer; Seconded by Win. Kay, Archibald ! McDiarmid, Samuel Tomkinson, and Griffin Cant. Arthur Hardy, of Clanville Hall, Mount Lofty. Barrister, proposed by Jno. B. S pence, 11. B Moore, George Wiidy, and John Howell seconded by A. S. Clark, Francis Reynolds George Lane, and Henry Foster. John Hodgkiss, of Brighton, warehouseman, proposedjjby Wm. Towns ed, James H. Parr, and H. E. Bright; seconded by ^Thomas Reynolds, William nay, and William John son. Thomas Hogarth, of Blair -place, Smithfield, f...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 15 September 1866
Municipal Corporation TOWN OF WLKE J7|lBNDE!1£S will be received until Tioon X on 'V^SDNKSDAY, 26£h Inst, from H931&5 OKS willing to Itedse ASSESS* - MENT of the Tovro ofGawlesr. For furtherpwrUeufcwcs 3PPJy to s. s nrouiu , .fmapkaik* S$cttt8 of Bwossa. IN compliance with a requisition from of Shis **£*? JlfN, I^doehV alley, :oa ^^D^ESPAY, /'SS^SSto^Sft «w« SwISt fit pepssew te represent w ib the Legislative ©SUO0il» .Also. for taking into consideration the necessity of POLICE PROTECTION in lyn Chair ^Wtaken at half-past 6, STUART LINDSAY. Chainasft, District CouW&Bas'oesa West. k Legislativ® Council, South Australia Ejection of fiye members TO SERVE IN THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. If omiuations— ~Of Four Members oil , the 13th September, and of One Member on the 13th September, Elections— if oontested'~-on the 26th SepW instant. ?. Voting places in Division of Baressa— Tanunda, Gawler, Angaston, Lyndoch, Wil liamstown, and Tnwo. Registers of Voters can be inspected at ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 15 September 1866
. sKHSKbwKfev tU^amj^^^mmt^ &&m0x^4m%mw%M&^immSi ^sm^QAsa^ riaaa^, Wa«^oh^. , , ^ * ' V And have on. hand a stock tqi select frow, *anrawfed '?*$&*? Any kind «f VefcicWwtade er repaired at the «horjtesi Bottom . -, - . .' Ordpftri^: ftost punctually attended to. Jdisa# tor Arorkss — ' ' 1 m. mimjr & Co ?' . '?? ,--vv.-y&!Cui^^ Machine and i^nerallmpleinent Manufactory, MURRAY STREET, f}AW£m ^lACHINIST, 1?IJU3KSM1T3J, 'WinEKX,WKiaHT, XTC^ BTOS to thank his numerous customers 1 for past favors, a»d as he »ow^ derates hi§.whoile attention to the aboveHfetaHishiSsrit, (having relinquished lils general Store,) Ke is j»repa&ed to execute orders for BEAPING AND WINDOWING MACHINES, WAGONS, DKAYS, SPEING CARTS, HEW POST PAGNELLS, &c., &c., Onthe shortest notice $a^| of the best materials and Workmanship. Eeaping and Winnowing Machines of every construction made to order. Second-hand Se^ng Machines for Sale or Hire. Cheap...
TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 15 September 1866
TO ^CORRESPONDENTS. We did not receive all the addresses of candi dates for the Legislative Council in time for . insertion; If they are to ^o i» next wwk, , orders should ^be sent early. We regret being under the necessity of deferr ing our'Gawler Plains correspondent's letter containin Mr. Smith's address .to -the Far mers' Club until our next number. GAWLERi SATURDAY, SEPT. 15, 1866.
THE GAWLER MARKETS. Bunyip Office, Friday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 15 September 1866
THE 0AWLEB MAEKETS. . .s'.'-'v CHRm, Friday X^Tcaiilncr, . ,'*we have ®to aM^rattonto rep^in iwbeat, ?- prioea being the same as last week. ? Flour, 28s, to SSs. per-bag. ^ Bran and Pollard (maintain their value, being still worth Is, 5d. and la. lid. respectively, wholesale. , - G AWUtR Pkoprrtx. — At Che land sale yes terdajy Messrs. Green & Wadham sold ajlot mest No, '47 in Murray-street, Gawler. at pre sent in the occupation -of Messrs. Sheriff Parker, and Hardy. They were first offered as one lot and withdrawn at £990. The pro perty was then offered 5n separate lots as fol lows t — The shops 4-f Messrs. Hardy «and Parker, having a frontage of 27 feet to Murray-street, brought jC670, and -that cf Mr. Sheriff, with 16 f«et frontage, ^6400. The purchaser was Mr, H. L. Yosz, of Adelaide. At the same, sale two houses at the top of Murray-street and adjoining the Lyndoeh-road brought .£300, Messrs. Sheriff and Kneese being the purchasers. , * ?
ASHWELL. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 15 September 1866
ASHWELL. (From a correspondent.} ] The weather is still veiy dry, but hopes are entertained of a change at the equinox. I A meeting of the residents was held at Tem- - plars, according to placard, on the evening of j the llth, Mr, T. Cheeson in the chair. About 20 of the electors were present, but no candi dates, although a messenger had been dispatched in quest of them. However, resolutions were passed favorable to the support of country gentlemen to represent the agricultural and mechanical interests. But in this resnect the harvest is more plentiful than the laborers. The nsit^ly gufcfer at Port Wakefield appears to get its shaie of stirring without much regard to cleanliness. Even the lovely Auburn has had a dub in the mire. Fancy a Sower meeting the object of preference as the farthest route to headquarters. This is time-killing with a ven gance ; far better would it be to employ time and talent in sending some worthy representa tive of the agricultural and mechanical in terest...
GAWLER CORPORATION. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 12. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 15 September 1866
GAWLER CORPORATION. Wednesday, September 12. 1 Present — His Worship the Mayor (Mr. Mit chell^, Councillors Clement, Delaud, Loutit, Mold, and Finch. An apology was read from Councillor Young. The minutes of the preceding meeting were read and confirmed. A letter from the Telegraph Office was read, stating that the poles lying in the township of Gawler would be immediately removed. A letter was read from George Brown, stating that he had made a mistake in his tender to perform work in Dundas-street, and asking to be relieved from his engagement. Councillor Lootit moved that Mr. George Brown's name be placed on the ' black list' of this Council, he having failed to fulfil his con tract. Councillor Finch seconded the motion, which was carried uuaniajously. A letter was read from G. H. Woodman, applying to be allowed to deposit building materials on the footpath in front of the Bush man Inn, during the making of additions to that building. Councillor Clement moved, and Councillor Loirr...
GAWLER LOCAL COURT. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 11. [Before Mr. R. J. Turner, S.M.] [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 15 September 1866
GAWtER liOCAi C0UI131. [?] 'Ixjx toi prove ^rsing ^ , ^e smaMwiRs,* but -BtatediHatichadk^beenserredbylum. : From jyir. ISudall's statement it tbat ^e wwig pei^n^it^ Betved. . „ - i Sir. Turner stafced that the person -vfho ap peared was served witn the summons in spite ?of his ^xpSanation that he was not the person indebted.;. ? The question azose as to who should pay roosts, wiuch was ajOTed by^ounseL Hia Worship omsidwed that defendant had done all he could by appearing, and : could not be held responsible for the costs. The bailiff would re-serve the warrant without costs. Mr. Turner applied f« expenses of atten dance of defendant, and return of the fee which te hadpaid. Applicataon granted.
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 8. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 15 September 1866
SiawciT, SmusB 8. ] His Honor the Chief Justioe passed tne fol lowing sentences on convicted prisoners : — Thomas Cohn&n and Gordon Forbes were sentenced -eaeb to IS months for unlawfully wounding. Moritz Silas to two years* hard labor for cattle stealing. Heinrieb Jaenecli to two pears' hard labor for the same offence. Can Jaenseh to one year hard labor for the saxneo&amce. Maria Welsford to one year'e imprisonment for stealing a meney-order. Henry Allen to hard labor for 14 years for highway robbery .J Moses Simmons to hard labor for 14 years for the same ofienee. Fanny Keogh to imprisonment for one year for feloniously wounding. William Halls to 18 months' imprisonment fear indecent assault. Henrietta Binder to two year's hard labor for killing ber child. James Baud to three months' imprisonment for unlawfully wounding. Edward Louis Sanders to IS months'' hard labor for stealing from the person. Louisa Raukine to two years* hard labor for | larceny. ???-,? j John ...
GAWLER POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 11. [Before Mr. R. J. Turner, S.M.] [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 15 September 1866
GAWLEE POLICE COURT. ' Ttjesdvy, September 11. ^Before Mr. B.. J. Turner, S-Bt.} F. SuOicaa was charged with depasturing one cow on the Park Lands on the 1st Sept. Mr. Grundy, on behalf of defendant, ad mitted the charge, and asked for a lenient verdict. Fined Is. and costs, together 18s. 4d. Charge Een&ey was charged with depasturing a cow on the Park Lands on 1st September. Charge admitted. Fined Is. and costs. William Sedgley was charged with depasturing a cow on the Park Lands on the 1st Septem ber. Charge admitted. Fined Is. and costs.
THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 13. FULL JURISDICTION. [Before Mr. R. J. Turner, S.M., Mr. Mitchell (Mayor of Gawler), J.P., Mr. Buchan. J.P., and Mr. Butler, J.P.] [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 15 September 1866
Thcbsdat, S^ptckber 13. j Ftltl JURISDICTION. ? ^Before Mr. B. J. Turner, SJiL, Mr. MitcheU (Mayor of Gawler), JJP., Mr. Buchan, J.P., and Jte. BnUer, J^.3 : - ? .? - ir. Tbixy. — Trover. — This was . » . -3«im for J&30,damjiges for oonvorsion of a mare. Mattheas Modra proved ownership of tbe horse, fie considered its nine -£2o. It was dark brown, and branded B on near shoulder. Cross-ezaaniued by Mr. Edmunds — Thought his son, who swapped the horse, got a receipt. The son swapped it for witness. It was wit ness's horse. Bought the horse unbroken for JB15, and kept him for twe years. Never had a receipt* Charles Price, of Port Gawler, near the resi dence of defendant, said he knew the mare the subject of the present action. Had known her two years. Went to defendant on 11th June to get the mare. She was, tied behind the stable. She was running about that time on Jopen land. Thomas . Lemon was with witness. Defendant refused to give up the mare, but gave no reason. Defendant ...
WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 12. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 15 September 1866
Wednesday, Skftkmbeb 11 I Mr. Reynolds earned his' motion for the pro ?du^tion of all rules and regulations relating to theauditing -of public accounts. Certain papers selatiag to the ^reservoir were laid on the tabto. Mr. Sutherland carried fcis motion for zeturss relative to immigration. ! The amendment made by the Legislative : Council in the Bill for protecting members of the Court of Appeal was adopted by the House. The Pestal Law Amendment with the ?exception*)? one clause, passed through Com mittee. ,
TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 17. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 15 September 1866
Tuesday, Skptkicber 17. ©everal petitions -were read, papers laid on ' ^ the table, and questions asked and answered. The Supreme Court Juris&ction Amendment Bill was introduced by the Attorney-General, -and readifche first time. A resolution for granting a drawback on goods exported by way of the Murray was passed, and tie Treasurer and Attorney General were appointed a Committee to pre .»-» « u:ii « uiu-VU WW oui^jcvw The Foetal Law Amendment Bill -was read the second time and passed into CooMaittee. Mr. Strmgways's Bill 'far the prevention of personal -violence was read the thjrd time. . The Bill for protection of members of 'the Court of Appeal was received back front the Upper House «ith an amendment.
THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 13. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 15 September 1866
Thursday, September 13. Bills were introduced to center powers on the Supreme Court in -eases of lunacy, and to amend practice and proceedings «n the Equity iaieol the t^mt. - ? ? The Testamentary Clauses Amendment Bill was read the first lime. The Destitution Belief Bill was read the second time, and carried into Committee. ^ . The Supreme Court Revenue Jurisdiction Bill was read the second time, and passed through Committee. The Matrimonial Causes Bill was read the second time, and passed through Committee. The report of the Postal Law Amendment Bill was brought up.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 22 September 1866
-hi Friday, September 28. AT ONE O'CLOCK. ATVIBGINtA. 'KRAT7GHT COLTS AN® FJI LIES. PETER RO^WTiA-ND has teen favored with instructions from C. B. Fisher, Esq., to sell -by auction; 'as above — 20 Heavy DRAUGHT C«LTS and FIIiLXJSS. From the Port Crawler Paddocks. Terms — Approved Bills at three months. I. O A N S. SUMS of £100 to £500 to be LEND ?*on Landed Security at current (no usurious) interest. * E. Xi. G$«JNDT, - Laadr^and Genesel -Agent, Gawler. DON'T rOEGET TO CALL .. AT WEHRSTEDT BROTHERS, ^ Late NOBTHMOKE -& Co.'s, FOB ? S A E -x A ^ -N S ill Dress Materials Mantlesand Paletote --Shawls ?Ladies Underclothing French Merinoes - Crinolines and Skirtings FancyGroods -Millinery * ^C-aliooes, Flannels - Sheetings, &c., &c. MEN'S, YOUTH'S, and BOY'S CLOTHING BOOTS AND SHOES, &o. j SALE NOW ON, FOE, ONE MONTH ONLY. ! Note the Address— ? WEHRSTEDT BKOTHERS, Late Northmore & Co., | MURRAY STREET, GAWLER, Next to Bank of Adelaide. H DIXON, Tim...
Farmers Column. THE DAIRY. No II. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 22 September 1866
Jfanntrs' Column. - THE DAIRY, 3ffo.lI,-. ? We will now say a few words upon cream, VsA ihenproceed to the fo---L an all important jmrt of our subject. Well tben/the 'butter fromcream just after the cow.b^dr^ped. is always gw»t€St-fe-?» Iheljaajae animal; thte butter also separates from ihe^-mUk mutJU speaking, the aiow*(tfeH-iit from ^^|jS more the should alwaysbe thiofe W3i«e wwa^ ^w-: raenoes. Many a dairyman ttunke that oold f^tetes the IHWW8 flf churning espe* 4^a]ly When the weaiher Js hot; when it isquSress cold $o H»®&ilie huttersepaf xate, it is a proof ^t the cream was at too foigh a. temperature -when put into the chum, in such a case both quantity and quality is much 'deteriorated. If the im^er be hot and; the cream churned at its proper temperature^ to add a little oold water after the separation has taken, place will make the butter collect easier into iargar Iumpi£?$iie churning should^ continue a little while, with a slower motion, after the 'Wafesr is added....
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 22 September 1866
? ' ' v * ?' IT1HE following G«ntleinen have formed JL themselves into a COMMITTEE for the Win. TowTQsend, MJP. , ^WBari|htrMiP ^ividfioweri M.P. P. BvCoelin, M.P. Alf redHallett^J.P. - —of Oawler IJodway William Dale - Jam es Maogeoxge JTohn WMte ?- J. M. Sinclair, Port vW,Lewis,J.P.'KapunaaCorbin liamb, Port , William Morgan, J.P. 3-ani^ Brock, Port HioiQasGraVes, J.P, ^ : t^ia«lComiuitteei Rooms,Crit«irion^Hot^, tf-^Qg^WsUfiSSa^reefe !
[?]aricties. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 22 September 1866
Waiitlkk If an elephant can travel eight . miles an hour and carry his fennk, how fast could he go if he had a little page to carry it for him f A lady having, remarked in company that she thought there should be a tax on ' the single .state;' .-'.Yes,-, madam,' rejoined aa obstinate old bachelor, fas on all other luxurie^.' A merchant being asked; to define, the mean ing of experimental and natural 'philosonb v. said he considered the first to be asking a to discount a bill at a long date, and tho second his refusing to do it. . . 5 The motto which was inserted under the arms, of Wiliiam^ Prince ,of Orange, on his accession to the English v-3rovm was, ;'Non reput, .sed . resspi' (I :did jnot. stead it, but J received it)- This being shown tp Dean Swift, he said, ' The receiver is as pad as the thief.' Folks don't go to bed nowadays^— they retire to rest. Nobody eats his dinner— people take some refreshment. Nobody, goes to church— but people attend divine service. N o one gete his ...