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Poet's corner. THE VISION OF THE WORKHOUSE BEADLE. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 22 September 1866

^oet*s^0rner# THE YISIOIfi-kF THE WORKHOUSE - ** » -BSAT-1.T? J^ork chops for supper I esteem; . Bat artef ffhuAit-gamlt no Jwan^ I .-?? AmanmnsdtsldQp&a we|l^ssup To dream a dr^nrr^but l. whs hup ! What mak es my hair stafln d ip on ©id ? My voioestackinniyrjaWB? M-effloo^-^moEhoay ! : attend, . . And y^a sh^ l^oi^the caQ6e«, I se^ him^— yes, llseed him plahi ! _T w^atgh|-comerof.alanes A ... .' iajl was cferk is pitch, that 1 1 seed him in.'hi3 oii?n blue li^htr- ' * . As plain as I sees you.1 ...' The westry had been^werry *ofe, And I had gone and Jad my pot, But sober as a judge need be, -? A^ainok^pf.my j^pf day, .. . A walking home — -tfaearc .in my way ? . -. Thgre^Mght.afojre me-^-thera^tood ho ! He that .to name his -n^pTf^a.^ For talk about 'im he^ appears 1 I know* d him by hfs glaring eyes, His 'orns, his 'oo£s, his . wings in size As might be of a. normous bat, .His Color black as this 'ere 'at ; - - Ay, this 'ore 'at— without the laco The.'orrid grin of that 'e...

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THE TREASURER'S BUDGET. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 22 September 1866

THE TKEASiniEB'S BTJDGET. Duffield in a 3ong and title speech ou Thursday developed viii& 'probable financial resources of the colony for the ensuing *year, and, in introducing the subject, dwelt 'on the present circum stances of the colonists. He described the present as 'a time of very general depression,' of ?'difficulty,*' and one which called for the greatest economy: ill every department of the public service' and by every class of colonists. At the same time he expressed an opinio© that there was nothiug ia tfhe stale of affairs to occasion ' gloomy forebodings,' but on the contrary every , prospect of ' a good time coming,' The Treasurer attributed the present severe depression partly to causes beyond control, and partly to others within the control fcf the colonists. One of the latter he considered was the neglecting during the recent abundance of money to borrow money for long terms at moderate interest, instead of paying heavy interest for short periods of accommo...

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GAWLER PLAINS. September 11. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 22 September 1866

'GAWL^K PLAINS. . September 11. ] The Smithfield Farmers' Club held its monthly meeting on Friday evening last. The President occupied the chair during the preli minary proceedings, but having to read a paper1 on *' Manures,' he vacated his seat, and Mr.. Scoqlar, the Vice President, presjdedjd.uring the rest of the evening. Several . names .^ere 'gjo- posed and one new member . introduced. These - matters being disposed of, Mr. Smith,;read his , paper as follows : — -'A system of fanning is of vast importance to everyone, but mojt of all to the practical farmer. Science maf tell us what: to do aud how to do it, but the farmers' business is to reduce the theory to practice. It is doubt less wety t.o know what amount of acids will, fix the atr.monia ou any given dung-heap, for ammonia is the farmer's friend, though very ' volatile, ? and it is difficult to xetain it in the climate of South Australia. Sulphuric «.cid can be obtaiued here at, a moderate 'expense, even now (and it will ...

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THE APPROACHING ELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 22 September 1866

5?HE APPROACHING ELECTIONS, j These are only two clear days between the present date, and tlat on which five members have to be returned to the Legislative Council^ and. the animation which has been exhibited by the con stituencies during the past week Justifies the. hope that a judicious selection will, be shade fbom among the twelve candi dates before the i-ublie. The men of Smithfteld, Lyndoch, and several other plac€» in our nei^b^orhooid have met, disclosed, and resolved, yet the more populous township of Gawler has made m d^nonstration ©f the kind. Well, perhaps on Wedaeeday the lion wiH ' ar&e, and shake the dew-drops £com ' ai«Pt»ftulSTray, lha More trilU-^^i: ^ected fi^m ^themin the way of action^^ ? ahd we trust that n6t^an iii^|dual who 1 is eligible to vote will bet absent from the may ' sariottfly Effect? 'the .'interests- of tlie: , wuntry at large, and those which are more especially identified with the dis trict of Gawler. / . : - 'We hkve nt» desire to diota...

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CAPITAL PUNISHMENT. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 22 September 1866

CAPITAL PtmiSHISBNT. , ] ?5Q - - — r- j - TO- THX KD1TOS. ' ^ ' 1 (Sir — Having 4»eea «everal letters in -your paper on the -subject of the abolition or reten-, tion of capital punishment In ciwes of inurder, I take the hberty of su^estinga rcason in -favor, of its continuance, wluch 1 have not yet-seen ia your columns— namely, that the.punishmenfc oi murder by. death -is }iart of the revealed law of the Creator, and that no law emanating from .that source .caa be disregarded with impunity, so long at least as the reasons for which it wasi iuftituted continue. ^ ,The ctnuuand was given to the second fed«ral head of our -race (observe, not the Jews, but to Noah, from yhom.both Jews and Gentiles have descended) ' Wihoso sheddeth mian's blood by man shall -his blood be shed.' That law was instituted for the benefit of mankind, and for the prevention of thatloul crime, murder. The cause which rendered that command necessary stall remains the -same ;'iuid -we should, I doubt not, find ou...

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TALK OF THE WAGS. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 22 September 1866

[?] - He felk (of ? Wags) is that the. col°ny will probably witness a grahd electionjumblene^w^ seqiwiitlyife^Uliaveto p^htodsohvfe for the spectacle ; that Mr. D^vaipprl's nwsta^e^ or i vrant of thought, was ? a tr|via| niktter j Tthat the ii^ect of the Go vwninentifcolivert the 'obvious 'iconse*. quences would not lakve occurred if the Minis ter at the head of the leiral deDait ment had known his business.; that the . Telegraph's article Iir ^n^ca^ktn of the1? AttorneyiGrenei^l will ^ot serve ; ? the ' iearnfidrgentl^anantoh-tWfcW . of ' an idea*' «»ring quarter was ; toat^'-ia : itever'lik^ iiW'Mti:'t)ack upon' anything but the ^l&Htical Asso ciation, which will 'undoubtedly, . when ever he attempts it^ &li back from huni The talk is that the Begister tails: is somewhat obscure in that ipart of at which speculates on the coming election, an event which we are told has 'a num ber/ of hats on it ;' that the obscurify; arises from 'the two 'aaserfcione ^ that most pe...

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CAPITAL PUNISHMENT. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 22 September 1866

CAPITAL PUNISHMENT. TO THE EDITOR. Sir — In my letter ot the 5th September, 'which appeared in your columns on the 15tli, I stated that Mr. Smith, Miutaro, lifid not given any substitute for capital punishment. He apparently has antici pated what would be required of him, as ia his letter of Saturday he has brought forward one which with your permission I will shortly examine. I endorse all that Mr. S. says about the Christian religion — it supports and consoles in the tune ot trial, temptation, arid suffering, and makes even death itself a triumph. I also believe with Mr. S. that God is a Grod of mercy, and we ought, like him, to extend our mercy to our fellow man so far as is consistent with the safety and benefit of society, at large ; but as a general rule I do not think we are right in following or trying to follow the examples- of particular acts of mercy displayed fey the Divine Being, as we do not 'know the purposes he in tends to -serve by them — ' His ways are not our ways...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 22 September 1866

ill. VOLUNTEER COlS&mY are 're '???' '? ? £iil&afiJ£^ --?£? TENPEBS I^K -3£EBK. |YW3D^^;^oJ3fi5^i^n -* *p Invite Tenders up to 1 o'clQck on MO&PA.Y, 1st October next, from persons «w^ge-and - - tWiilinEr ' 4o -»'sery© the yScs w fiiiljiivKi „ „ C©JJSCTOR,and INSFECT03R of^WOBKS to tJUBiCoUCCilk 'f - 1 s- ? Particulars of .the Puta^way be learned on application - -to the Chjurtna&t, Mr. ~C~ T„ - SCOWN,wofiho^lerfc, ? iv wdkressou; ? - ^September 20, 1868. \m/ n* '? ?'' ? ?' j, M...N.M1 ?— . ' _? ^ j ?? ..i. .'?? ?' The Coming Battle. CP£ICE SIXPENCE. TO be had of Bo^eUer,^ I(turrays3t^V-^4\der. . - ? - ' . { BLANCIIETOWN, :a : - ? ' o^r -thst l^v$^;;ir he s It, ; ; ,T -ROSSITER respectfully invites the V ? ?'? attention and patronage of ©VEBLANJ-EKS, VISITORS, EXCURSION : 'ISTS. AJSCP StGKC&Um, To Ms Large and Commodious Hotel, delight fully situated on the Banks of the Murray, at one of the most charmingly sitaated Government Townshipssituated...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 22 September 1866

l|V friends X^tuch give grater s*asfactitwv*e^armers than ' * - ~$Uoseof way other makers. . Alee, WINSTOWING MACHINES, GIGS, ^AGNELLS, BUGGIES. WAGGONETTS, SPUING CARTS, DRA-f^t WAGGONS, &tv, &e« '- And w * «toe'k io scieot fttwn»; van^tc^ of ^sl^swedl iaatefials and work- i Unship, aud at moderate prices. . . ? 1 ^v A^ at the« ' V ^oriest hotice, . ; ?. :'v;v 1 ] 'Orders by post punctually attended to. ': ^MaRTIN&-Go '???-? MuiT^y-sUeeVCrawler. -. ' ? ? -??? ? ;: ? ? ? ?.. v'--. .---??'* ? -j £E8TJJBMSHED 1818.] | Machine andlGteneral Implement -j Manufactory, J£IJE®4.¥ JJAWLEB., JOHN JONES, ' Machinist, Bjiuacksssth, Whbrew bight, etc., BEGS to thank liis numerous customers , fox past favors, and as he nowdevotes 5us whole attention to the aboveEstablishrAent, (having j*-linquished las General Store,) bo is prepared to execute orders for i ^ iiEAPING AND WBTNGWIKG MACHINES, - WAGONS, DBAYS, SPRING CARTS, NEW, worn mmsaus^ «&, On the shortest notice...

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SOUTH AUSTRALIAN RAILWAYS. TIME TABLE. PORT DIVISION.—Week Day Trains. DOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 22 September 1866

SOUTH AUSTRALIAN RAILWAYS. ;. . ' ?' ? *M3IK TABLK. 1 I-ivisioji. — Wcek-lKy Trains. j DOWN.' I Adelaide. . . . .'.dvyarnuiejj-so ;915 j 1-404 3-3OJ 5-20 -fi-34[9-Wj U4» 1-44 3-34 5.34 'Wood--ille..... ? „ ?ft-43 ; S'2? j 11*37 1-52 3'43 5*32 3-lberttMl, ? „ 17 -50 i 9'35 j 11-35 2-flO 3-50 5-42 yrot, arrival .js-OO i 9-45 1 Xi-j5 2^10 4t-oj 5-50 ' ?' - ' .-' .eg- - ' .; ? ? . '5^91^- . . - . .'.. departus^S-30 V 10-15 12-45 ; 2'3lt l 4*33 6'15 Alberton... „ S-24 x%«9j«34' 4*34 6-15 Woodvgje.. „ 8' 321-1037 12-5? 1 S'42 4^2 «35 Bliwdei ... . „ 8-40 10-35 1-05 j 2'5tt 4-50 6'3Q Adelaide^... airtval g-50 1 10-45 1-15 j 3-00 5-oo|s-45 I'ost l-iyiso&'.-^Sauday Trains ? Adelaide,.!, .i^artwej W 1 i-3ft 3-39 j 5-30 Bowdea..... ? ? „ i ^ t34 3*34 J &-30 Wood^tll^... ? ? „ S|-!t2 j 1-42 3-43 j 5--40 - 9-39 1 iso 3-50 j 5-a» 1'ort ? — ..... ? arriyafc .' S-38 i 2-«0 4-eo j 6-00 yy ? ^ . ? - - Fait ... .di^iiui^ U'ii j M ] 4'30 6-35 „ 10-04 3-2* 4-34 6-35 ? W-!OWfc„„w;,.w 10-1...

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THE GAWLER MARKETS. Bunyip Office, Friday Evening. [?] [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 22 September 1866

THE GAWLER MARKETS. Buttyip Office, Friday Evening. Tfn.A.1 J. 1J\J3 ? Jpi ? ? * ? ' iS ? 5. ? . ' iuu y iiyxriy Ftour £ l 3 103., to £ 14 10s. per ton. Per Bag, 24s. to 39s. according to quality. Bran, Is. 5tJ. per bushel by the ton. Pollard, Is, ICd , do., do. Hay, £4 it s., to £a per ton. Fowls' Corn 4 s. 6cl. Cape Barley, 4s, 6d. per bushel Bread, 2lb loaf, 4 id. Meat. Mutton, hind-quarters, 8-L per lb. ; f ore- quarters 6d, Beef, 6d. to. lOd. per lb. Veal, 7d. to 9d. per lb. ? Peri, 9d. to lod. per lb. V EGETAUI.ES. Green Peas^ 2s; 6d. per gallon. _ Cabbages, 3d. to 5cL each. Turnip, 4d. per bunch. Carrots, 4d. per bunch. Cauliflowers, 63. toSd. Oniony --d. per lb. Parsnips, 4dl per. bunch. Potatoes, 3s» 6d. per cwt. J* Seed Potatoes, 10s. 6d. Kadislies, 1|-L per bunch Parsley Id. per bunch. 'Celery, 6d. to 8d. per head .. * Fbuit Citrons, 4d. each Rhubarb, Is. per lb. . ? - Apples, 4d. to 6d. per lb Pears, 4d. to 6d. per lb,. Lemons 2d. to --d. each. Oranges, from Is. 6d. to 2...

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GAWLER INSTITUTE. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 22 September 1866

&AWLEi^ INSTITUTE. A Committee meeting of the Institute teas in the museum ou Tuesday, the ISth September. The members present were— -The President (Mr. -Mitchell, Mayor of Crawler), the Treasurer (Mr. Ii. S. Burton)' th©: Hon. 'Secretary (Mr. W. S. Lewis), the Hon. Assistant Secretary (Mb,. i-. Potheringham), and Messrs.- J. Ferguson, H. Bischoff, J. J. Gordon, E; Thorup, D. Gray fi. Fotherinsrham. and J. Mold. The minutes of the. preceding meetinghaving heeu-r-ead and confirmed, The Seceexaky read a letter froiii Mr. Budall to the. President, enclosing certificate referring to the incorporation of the Crawler Institute, which came into his -posses-? sion while acting as solicitor to the. Institute. It was resolved that the Treasurer be re Quested to deposit the certificate at the- South Australian Bank in the names of the trustees. A letter was read from ' Mr, j. Gardner, offering some, birds for sale for the . Museum, and it was resolved to purchase some of the specimens....

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SALISBURY POLICE COURT. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 20. [Before Mr. R. J. Turner, S.M.] [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 22 September 1866

SMiSSXfStt POLICE . COUBT. r . TstTB«i-AT- S®pa^»r?3SE 20. : ' . [Before Mfe E. 'J. Turner^ S'.M.] . . , poprcjs; v. H astwell. — -a fee defendant ?was j cbaigesl by police with fcrueity to his j hioese. i I on tlife 5th Septee^ber h.£ met defenda&t with 1 his l^wket's carfc refci'raing fjxua Vi3^ini|^| Ask^d Wbat vras the matter with. hor^4 aod was answered nothi»^. ? . ??? m found oxaw plaoe on each side of the -ammA'P neck as wide as tbe palm of his hand. The 50i?3S were bl({ediag£ t r' Br Defendiuit— There wore two horses in 'the «art. ' Patrick Hawes, Special Constable, confirmed the statement of, the preceding witness, and added that defendant was d/iving. Francis Crave, laborer, was called for the defence. Wnaiess. stated that tiie horse was sent out because there was no - other in the stable. He did not refuse to start. . The sores were dry at starting. -Every .attention -.was paid to the collar. Bathed the wounds, aucl otherwise attended to them when the horse retur...

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TEMPLERS PLOUGHING MATCH AND HORSE SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 22 September 1866

PLOUGHIKG MA*£€E . AND HGBSE m&w; - This event earns off in the neii^bortfwd of Mrs. Templars Inn on Thursday ' last. A ?considerable ©umber of iuba^itan^ -jIMfche ? neighboitoood and visitors wejewesent. ^ in© day was by no means.- nufavwaAd?;' 3t-» Jand 'BeleoMi was sot of a quality^^ow off the work to the best^vaQta^,m3*e fiussto-i tuarytfaSr-Hke accessories to *uw gatbetaUigs were not waiting. There w^i»a^luBes ^r 'testing weight audstr®i»gt^i»^BW^.U-w«y 'of fancy articles in which .^ wMett W M —w with d*tolalile&%£«ff€»UoneTy, trait, oysters, and even seh^p^- '' '--. * In tbe ploughing mp,teh were ^mpetitok Tfce fift «*£ -AndWm, the second by W^New^d.the ^biivi by John Piielps^ and tiw^ourth by ISmrory WilUaans, ^The tody eJatms^fBr tbe OhampioB Stakes were by A.. MeCaBipa and W, J. Perry. The boys' prise wa s tatenby ?? 3Rja»a^-' \H-mpetitois at ^tOTghing in straight wee to. «rst pwe of ^ Jsfea j,yM! M«Cafla&i. ike second, J^s- fid* bjrSoSaa Phelps, of ...

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GAWLEB READING AND DEBATING CLASS. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 22 September 1866

GAWLER READING AND DE BATING CLASS, : TO TJ+E EDITQB. Sir — I think inost right-minded people will agree with the sentiment that the greatest good for the greatest . number should be the guiding rule in all socie ties. Now with regard to the Gawler Reading and Debating Class, a number of its members seem to have lost sight of that sentiment, for although they bewail the paucity, of att£|§dance at meetings, it is no uncommon d&Currence for several - v ? to look in. , and if-thfey do not see anrettv - _ ? * . ? ? jJ — ? ? — X. ? ^ ' good number go away- again and say it is not Avorth while to stay, forgetting that everyone who does this weakens the attendance, and consequently the benefit of the class. Another thing causes weakness in a society of this kind, and that is when members cannot lay aside during the time of meeting certain feel-' ings of personal prejudice and dislike to one another, and complaining after any thing has been carried by a maiortyyeven when they have b...

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GAWLER LOCAL COURT. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 18. [Before Mr. R. J. Turner, S.M.] [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 22 September 1866

^AWLBE LOCAL COURT. - ^ Tuesj-at, Septembkb 18. . {'Before Mr. &. J. Turner, S.M/J ? Kekuslky v. ATax-NBirxx. — For J&i §s. yd.,! for ^oods supplied. .? ?'. j Judgment for plaintiff, 5s. to be paid every fortnight, z' . Witcox v. BB0BE6iicK.-^-Adjoumed for fur ther particulars. '^T. Mr. Kuciall, for the det^ndant, stated that the particulars had b»en furnished, and' ' he applied for the usual time for pleading- ! Grranted. ' ' . ;j McBlustek y. Summkkvu^us. — For £Z-. damages for slander. Mr. Budall appeared for the plaintiff, and Mr. 'CoghiH, Clerk to Mr. Palmer, for the defendant. Mr. Budall objected to a non practitioner appearing in the -case. His ; Worship haying referred to the authorities, thought 'Mr. Coghill could proceed with the case, although it would have been better if Mr. P&Jmer had himself attended. ?Mr. XEudaJl 'called tb» plaintiff, Edward McEUister, who deposed that his land was separated from that of the defendant, William Sumnaerville, by...

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LYNDOCH ELECTION MEETING [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 22 September 1866

LYJSDOCH JJIiECTlOJT METING For tbe following epitomised report of the meeting at Lyndoch to consider the claims of Candidates for the ^legislative Council, and the subject of local polica protection, we are indebted to a valued correspondent, A public meeting to consider who are the most fit and proper persons to represent the district in the Legislative Council, and to take iuto consideration the necessity of police pro tection in J-yndoch Township, was held at the Barossa Inn, on the 19th inst. Stuart Lindsay, Esq., Chairman of the District Council of Baxossa West, in the chair. On tbe account of a rival entertainment at the Lord Lyndoch, . viz. (tbe Ijancashire Bellringers), only about 20 persons were present. Tbe Chairman, after begging to 'be excused for stepping out of the oidmary way, iu initiating propositions, proceeded to recom mend in very eulogistic terms Messrs. Bagot, Ht^arth, and Mildred;, to Mr. Bagot he ascribed very much of our improvements in constitu tion.. maki...

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TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 18. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 22 September 1866

Tuesday, September 18. . I Alter several qt^staons had been asked and replied to; ' '? ? Mr. Townsend moved formally in order to rcniarfe on the approaehiiig elections for the Legislative . Council. ..- The hon. member su-* gested that a'l five names should ba printed o i one voting-paper, aud he who should stand ihth nrmericaHy should be the successful com petitor under the second writ. Mr; Strangways and the ' Attorney-General pointed out that such a course would be illegal, aud the simulcaneous election by two voting papers is left to take its course. In reply to Mr. Goode, the Chief Secretary slated , that it is not at present intended to continue the works at the reservoir recently stuped by tl e insolvency of the contractor. The motion foe relief to mineral^Qssees was passed in Committee by a majority of one, but there being a count-out, the report was not read. The Supieme Court Revenue Jurisdiction Bill was read the third time and p«-g«ed_ The Postal Law ATiiftnflmpnf Bill: ...

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PARLIAMENTARY PROCEEDINGS FOR THE WEEK. HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 14. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 22 September 1866

| PART JA ^iEkf ART PROCEEDINGS t FOR THE WEEK. SOUSE OF . ASSEMBI.T. I^BTDAT, SOTTtatfBEB 14. Several questions were asbed and aiisw^ red. On the motion of Mr. Straiigsrarj?, a report was orderedfrom . tfeo Biexaanbendeafc of ?^tojiade. relating to, a discharged prisoner -fcamed Roberfc Cooper, andalsotothemeasures usually adopted on the. dismissal of nnsnn^rK Oil the motion of Mr. Coglin, an to His ExceUency Tsras agreed to for a sum not Terceei jog £100 to be pot on the Estimates for ^^ yeaxfor the reliefof the, widow and chil dren -5f the late Sei^eant- Salli van of the -J-elu3ei .- . , : ; ? ? - - ? . 1^3 s^ndrieading of -he Law of Partnership Bill was postponed. The Cdminittee's 'report on the Postal Law i -Amendment Bill was agreed to i . : The Matrimonial Causes Bill was read £he ! third time and passed. /The House then adjourned till the following

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THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 20. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 22 September 1866

Thursday, Sefiexber 20. A number of questions were asked and replied toj and several documents laid on the table. Th© Testamentary Clauses Bill was read the second time, and passed into committee. .. The House resolved itself into a Committee of Supply, and the Treasurer (the Hon. welter DnSield), at great length, ana with much minuteness developed the financial condition of the colony. The Postal Iiaw Amendment Bill was read the third 'time, and passed.

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