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GAWLER LOCAL COURT. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 25. [Before Mr. R. J. Turner, S.M., Mr. Mitchell, J.P., and Dr. Nott, J.P.] [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 29 September 1866
GAWLEE LOCAL COUET. j Tvcsxuit. Bmnouk 1S» tBefb«w Mr. B. J. Turner* &M^ Mr.lCtehflO. JJP», and Dr- Nott, J»P.l SmotssviLM v. McKMjstKiu— Mr. Ooghill for plain till; Mr BndaH for defendant, Mr. Oo^hiB stated that the case was oae of slander, damages laid at JB1Q. William Summerrilte, the phuntift who was defendant in the action last week, deposed to | the same efleet as on tbe last occasion. Defeu* 1 dant charged witness with eoQatantly italiag j has tarnipa. Did not ess MeEmstsrt but i reecgaixed his voiee. ! By Mr. itadall-^Heard Mocuister s voice | tbiee times. There was nothing ve*y parti eular ia his voice. Was not so daaf that night as at present. His sons were not present) they were at Mr. Hoare'a. Martha McGuire gave sinulsr evidence to that oa tbe former Tuesday. The time was part 10. Defendant charged SttnUsetville with stealing his turnips. [ Thomas Wilder als? repeated his farmer evidence. By Mr. Badall— Recognised MeBllisterrs Toie«w bat bad only heard it onoe p...
THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 27. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 29 September 1866
Taraaaav. Smoim 2T. 'i ft icM first time. Tbe report on da daiiaM% of nikiar eoaecsateas ia favor of the aoruen miner^' lawn as was agvssd to. The Coauaissioasr ef Crowe band* aad the Attorney-General wate aasaM a waaittw to bring in the BtlL a debate took place oa the Constitatioa Act Amendment. Bill, which was as^mxaed nntll aesstTueaday. The Testaaientaqr Causes KB wasdiactased aad several Causes agreed to.
WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 26. [Before Mr. James Martin. J.P., and Dr. Lewis, J.P.] [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 29 September 1866
WanKBsnxr, SBtaant SR. (.Before Mr. James Martin, sad Dr. kwa.'TJ'.J Yne xxiurt was imosualv erewded. inhwl Roberta was charged witb «a benling £80 wV Oawler Town, tMprapertyuf /ohn Allen, -n the 5th September. . Mr. Badall appeared for the prosecutor, aad Mr. Dempster for the defendant. Tbe Clerk pro tea. read the depositions taken at the Port. John Afien, machinist, of Gawler Town, . being sworn, deposed that since making his deposition at tbe Port he bad saade enquiry about tne cneque xnere swora to (or jbsu. The cheque had been passed to witness's debit la ? the South Australian Bank. The witness pro duced tbe cheque, which was endorsed by J. ; Mansom, jan. ftiMter was employed by witness as clerk at the time the cheque was drawn. Had no other dark. Prisoner entire management of the books. Spoke to prisoner at w»e Pert in ref erenoe to the ehmue, | asking him what he had done With that cheqas. He replied be hsat ftMnfriaMblo haovttwe. Wctaesa identified his pass-book, which be t...
HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 21. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 29 September 1866
BOUSE OF ASSEMBLT. FusiT, 8mnm 21. . I Amee s-H»e preuminary bsainoss, the n)put -1 tbe Sdert Committee on tbeQrea^Northeea1 MipiBg Ceaapaay 'b petitk-p was read. j Ifr. BowersMmd tot an iiiIiIiiimIm ibpO |w- ffilsp holes oa tbe Port-road. ' ^ A message was received from the Gevamsr: assenting to the prayer of the addraai ftsr 4100 for the widow and tsnuly el the late SeBganut Sdifaa Therepsrtea the lasr otPsitaeisUte was agreed to. Ibeelaasssof AsBartltate Pesseas Bsbst BS& were faAhw dtsensssdia CesuoitUa, after wideb tbe Honae a^eaxaed tSI tbe foUowia* Tuesday.
WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 26. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 29 September 1866
Wcd^bsdat, SKPmaxa fi I Among the peta^ions presented were one from Mr. B. T. Finniss for compensatioB as* Goraaa-«t Serident at the Northern Terri tory, and oae from 1,843 iadividaals for the extension of the raihny northward as far as the Burrs. The srriral of Mr. JCcKinlay from tbe Woiv thera Territory was reported by the -3xief Secretary, who replied to several oaestsoas nat to him on the satgect. j A motion by Mr. Banking for expending the! fnUaUn votod- £80^000— 4n the pordaasatj eaanen was carried. j The sua ef £500 was voted for filling np botes in the road So Port AdeJaid* The sam of £1,000 was voted ia aid of baOd-j ing aa Institute at 2f«wt Gamtaer. The next sitting of Ootaiaittee to prooaedi with the SBtlaateB was fixed for Friday, tbsl aoth fiqitember. -j
TUESDAY. SEPTEMBER [?] [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 29 September 1866
IVnmir. ftuiunaft. lbs Hon. H. B. T. Stiaagwagrs rega**el paraoanoo to Isj oa the table a ttvwstoaing letter which purported to be froa Captaia IWndstbolt and lua company, hat tha Speaker rated that the letter eoald net be bid -a the table. It was a breach of pcivilege, ant the writer if disesvered eoald be wmaarilj panished. He thought tine beat faaoeei&tt would be to place tbe antter la the hands of tin polka. Mr. Straagwsm wished % Speaker to more ia the matter, wt the latter declined, stating tfciat If the hsa. axeeaber were tobriaa theaffindechefer*thegq»aehe would be aqpidged |s% ef mntaia^ aad punished aeeordingly. The Bill to amend the Botanic Gardens Act th read the fint tine. The Partnership Law *«?»?—»'*' '»i»* Tffll tru read the third time. The Home resolved itself into a Oonunlfctee of Suppfy, which jga ve Mr. Stnogvap aa opportWHty trf makiag an aawMWg, «ad Mr. €K-ode a sensible tgieeeh in referonoe to ths Estimated. Some discussion took ptaee ia Cewittee ea' t...
SOUTH AUSTRALIAN RAILWAYS. TIME TABLE. PORT DIVISION.—Week Day Trains. DOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 6 October 1866
SOUTH AHSTEALIAN RAILWAYS. 'TIME TABIiSS. 'Post Division.— Week-D'-ty Trains. DOWTf. ? .departure V30 ; 915 11-15 1 1-40 3-30 5-50 liowdcil ? „ 7-34 i 9 19 11 19 1 1-44 3*34 5.24 Voodvflle ? „ T-42 I 9-27 11*27 I 1*52 3 42 5*32 Alberton ? ? 7*50 i 9'35 11-35 j 2-00 3*50 5*40 fort, arrival ? .!8J00 1 3*45 11-45 ' 2'IQ 4-00 5-50 ? CP. ? Tort ? departure 8-20 10-15 1 12-45 2-30 4-30 6-10 Alberton.... „ S-24 1019 1249 ] 2*34 4*34 6*15 Woodville . . 8-32 10-2? 12-57 I 2-42 4 -42 6*25 Bowtifca ? , 8-40 10-35 } 1-05 2*50 4 50 6*35 Adelaide ? arrival s -so io-45 | 1-I5i 3-Q0 5-00 6-45 j 1'oet Divison. — Sunday Trains. j ? PQWjf. ? Adelaide ? ^..depart»r°| 9-00 i 1-30 3-30 5-30 Bowden ? ? r , ; I 1-34 3-34 5'34 'W oodville ? - „ );9-12 I 1-42 3-42 6-42 Alberton ? j 9^20 1 l-50 3-50 £'50 Fort ? ? ? arrivaZ. 1:s-30 i-2-oo 4-00 c-oo VP Port ? ? ? ? ? ? .departure '10-00 : 2-20 4-30 6-30 Alberton ? „ 10-04 i 3-24 4-34 6-34 ?\V00d\ille ? „ 1 :l0'12 i 2-42 4-42 6-42 Bowden ? ,. 10'2v- j 2*40 4'50 ...
VINEYARDS AND WINE MAKING. THE VINTAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 6 October 1866
WNEYAEBS 'axd WINE- MAKING. THE VINTAGE. ^Everything within the cellar being ready, bhe grapes are to be brought home and pressed with all possible speed. As they arrive, they are'Srst to be examined, | and -all unripe and rotten ones pickcd out and thrown aside. The good grapes -sire then to be freed from the stalks. -For this purpose put ^as many bunches into o bucket or small tub as will fill it about one-third full. Then take a forked stick with three prongs — a branch with three arms will answer the purpose— and ! fixing one of the outside prongs in the I centre of the bucket or tub, keep turn- i ! ing the others round till all the grapes are detached ; then gather out the stalks with the hand, and empty the grapes into the mashing tubs. ? ' Those -who -are to tread the grapfes 'anust be provided -with strong wooden 8hoes, aiid the work-will proceed better, if too mady grapes be not put into 'the tubs at once, but added gradually 'as room is made for them, the skins being from ...
THE LATE ELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 6 October 1866
the late elections. Although; the bfill&i-boxes from the wide and scattered dietrict of Flinders have not jet been opened, it is not within the reach of probability that the result as at present before us will be substantially altered, although the rela ,tive positions of the-euccessful candidates may . be slightly varied. The names at the head of the poll, as far as - the suffrages have been collected, are the following : — Hogarth, Mildred, Bagot, and HodgkisB. The country- has reason to congratulate itself the issue of the cente&tj and the^grioultunal pertionH?fitr may especially rejoice that one -who is a' practical farmer as well as an intelligent, politician occupies the proud position of being considerably ahead of his numerous competitors. This -instance of signal success should not be lost on the Agri «altuEal portion of the community. They have long required direct represen tation in 'Parliament, and they should continue their efforts until the most .import...
Farmers Column. PIGS AND THEIR BREEDING. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 6 October 1866
[?] iiss AS3- THEEE BEJEEDDfG. .. . Nearly jpveiy country, has its distanct tne^tif pigs, snd .-iilmDst. every ? person -jiilvtlie eizeW anomnibus/te^^or^haa themBelv-js ^-igs sia tbe mether j -country previous to their departure. 4t ^ould not be espected that the pixrvejors srould ^xerdse much, judgment - in their : 'fer'j ^porkj' iipt if# br^dia^ purposes, «nd ^ aithough ihe ' Chitia sKips occasionally | brought ai-well-hred aaimal into harbor, : the itombervas veiy 'few eompaj,ed:-withj 1 nsuaUy Was landecL~ .^tb our ^jpeis parties held fiirst-claes-pigs, and. throughout the 'Ilia- ; warra district especially, both Chinese and. Berkshire 'were to be bought at a figure, Sut nvhere you found 4, good, well-bred pig- you might have seen a score ; more -Suitable in ^appearaaice: lor steeple chasers than for the sty. We lave reason to 'believe that Victoria now .pos sesses as good a breed ofpigs as any of. hirer sister -colonies. Years since at our Spring -shows in the Port Phillip Par...
PUNISHMENT OF DEATH. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 6 October 1866
JEOTISHMBNT OF DEATH.* ^ The question of capital punishment has excited some interest recently in the colony, - in consequence of sentence of' death : having bee® passed on the: slayer df Mr. Forrester, and such interest will no doubt continue to be excited fsom time to timers long as the punishment of death shall remain on. the statute book of England. - An unusual amount of discussion on the subject has appeared in our columns, and we began to fear ' that it -would re.ach an extent whichwould befatiguing,fto . our^r^ad^rs. h^l no misgiving .. when the first communication signed 'Thomas Smith ' : came to hand, but when '-John Smith ' replied, we were apprehensive that the whole family- of Smiths were about to become epistolary on the - topic. The controversy, however, has not Leen pror longed, and according to promise, we will very briefly glance at the points ef the question which have been touched on by our correspondents. The majority of our correspondents at© Opposed . to punis...
Varieties [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 6 October 1866
[?] Why is a bad wife like a. patten P — Because lBhe is a ok-g with a ring on. ~ . - -Why are gentlemen like chapels ?— Because -there is ho living with them. Why -axe ladies like churches ? — Because there is no-living without them. 'When-iain fails does it ever get up again ? — ; Of course, ia-dew time. Why was Martin Luther like a dyspeptic 1 blackbird ? — Beeauso the Diet of Worms dis agreed with him. Why is the treadmill -like & true convert ?— Because its turning is the result- ofthe mail's conviction. [I Why are women extravagant -Clothes ? — Because when they buy a new dress they wear it out on the first day. j Why is it probable that Moses -wore- a wig ? — Because he was sometimes seen with ^ Aaron (hair on^and-some times without. What word is that which signifies a part of England, but -without its first letter, the - reward of labor; without its second,- anger; without its third, -it becomes a king in a foreign language ? — Shire. 'There are ties which never - -s...
TALK OF THE WAGS. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 6 October 1866
[?] f Th®, *®(k the ^engrosses] ? -, - ::31^Iv|»^^ Spresent Snore' ihan any political question; that the) eubjectobtittns ^urroncy in||he«hapeof ®pa©cli«ie,-lQtt3^»u^©owspap^^fcicl«8;5 ? -leader ik& otw own §u$ueial ? ? ?? CJH3^:bjp^^ % branches ;. that ifc ie apitythe two eolo malbanks ognnot, .^fsji||' i|o%$t©P in '?- ' ^dastiligC %n|; difficulty ; th$t henceforward many men engaged in^dep^tments of trade will avoid bwikiiig ^ltogethc^ ; that in fact theyaroundertbe impression that the stream of South Australian prosperity willnever befuil until jt is iu 4 potion to overflow Us hsmjks. The^talk is that as ordinary trades are very dall of late, many persons are likely to adopt that of Captain Thqnderbolt, 'which,- whether the profits are largo or email, evidently has the advantage of being free from risk; that he and his accomplices are notoriously safe as long . fls .they .confine their depredations to the immediate vicinity .of the chief police station ; itbat tfce idea o...
Poet's Corner. UNREGUITED LOVE. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 6 October 1866
[?] [?] How I wish t3iaS, my love with the ^toaamd Would a little less obdurate prpve, . ^ - 4 For in«eeking to win her aSectk^ji, 'Ifeai ' I have quoted from TeanyBQn;«^^^^3Q-. tinkind-^ yisaji^w/ with her day afi«r day, j ; ^AndhB.ve&aropp*d eweet^motiohfll^crcunbs -But my sbftest -)f ^peech^ were i^ thrown . away, r : For the dear%nly tniddled her t&ambs. ' ? AH ihe dodges --rve -tried you would scarcely -believe; . :. ?? ! - ; « - But in-'vaan; for Fm vanquished Hear, \ r. ? And itisnot so much foi the girlthat Igrieve— Only fancy thst thousand a-year . - — fawjily JffenakL _ ' '' :f'1
GAWLER AUXILIARY OF THE BRITISH AND FOREIGN BIBLE SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 6 October 1866
GAWLER AUXILIARY OF THE BRITISH AND FOREIGN BIBLE SOCIETY. - A ipeetiujg, oxot over numerous, jjxcbatyy owing tp the tempestuous evening, took place pursuant to advertisemant, in the Congrega tional Church on Tuesday evening last. Precisely at the tiflje appointed the Bey Mr. Evans commenced the proceedings of £he evening by giving out a.hymn. The Kev. Mr. Slatyek read -a psalm, pn£ engagedin prayer. The Hon. 'W. Duffield, the President, being detained necessarily in Adelaide on Parliamen tary business. 2£r. T. O- Jones, VicePresi dent of the So-»ety w$s called to the phair. The Craibmcak stated ttiat the Branch Society was in a very prosperous condition, and that a larger svup in aid of the parent Society would be furnished this year than on any fornjer occasion. The Rev. C. J. Evans them read the follow ing report:— ' It is with feelings -^f devout thankfulness to Him who 4 gave the Word,' and who ' cause th it to run very swiftly/ that your committee present their lS$h atmual rep...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 6 October 1866
litiS ^ 'JL ' T^ststodfOT theflrawonat; the'juiiii^-: mentioned -plaeBi^ . -comTnenrang - to travel ; Monday, Attest 27, 1866. ^ | : Mondays will leave . -hbme -far Yotiiig's,' . Pinkerton's Plains, zemaiziing three hones frbui '11 to 2 o'clock^ leaving there for Team-'; T plass Hotel, and remaining fear t&enight.: Tuesdays -srilloall at Mr. Stott'e , blacksmith's^ ebop,aIsoiafc Mr. Fiffe'son hisw^.toLinwood,j arriving at the I»ighfc Bridg^l^^ -Sio'clocki^ 'where he^illisfcay fortheirijgfit.' Wednesdayer '^will leave ^jhwrood for home, ?calling' at Mr.s : -3reen's, stayiftg 'few© hours, and then proceed; i«g downbythe Nurth-roacL ^tfrsdajs^nU; 'le^ve h6me, -mlling ;&t,the She&oak tog,? ^t&osenthal, and Lyndon galley, s|»yirig,for~ the^iight at fee Bardssa. linn. -Fridays will leave for Mir. Stephen's, Sonfh'Bsua, through f Sandy Oreek, calling at t&e'-Wheafebeaf Inn^i Saturdays will be at Mr.' Mailer's Commercial Hotel, Gawler, until 3 o'clock...
GAWLER LOCAL COURT. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 2. [Before Mr. R. J. Turner, S.M.] [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 6 October 1866
&&wMb local couet. - . J ( '^assni^ Oci^ip & 1 [Before Mr. B. J. Turner, SJMJ ' „ ^bbqusoji y. Adaits.— Unsatisfied jndg ment. — For JOB 2s. id. - Befendant did not appear, 'Older far pay 10s. per .week, payment tocommenoe in« week. * ' , BoiKMAirsr -v. BROPHY.^CTijnBata^fled judg 5 tOrdered^to pay lOa. per:-e^, iOQim»en«ang |MBa|thaSi d^y streek. ' ^ v. jMcCAnK.-r^Adj^0?'!^ ^^ For j9l4.''6d. ^£2 l|5., f-o' gpods delivered. /?' ' 'Tuiiier «ppear«d for defendant, and as£ed for further enquiry into the matt^r, -Mr, BudaU stated that his client,4 the plain toff, 'was obliged to attend the §upreme Court ;on subpoena!, and therefore askedfor a farther adjournment. - ? Adjourned for a week, plaintiff paving eosts of the day. . Wwox v. I)®w Atfo PrnfA»r.^r- Adjourned oase.) Further adjourned for a week with the fame, order. ' ' ' Wlgucox y. ZrsmssMANjr.— Case withdraiyn. Forbx v. Ceocch .—For J£6, ^ral^e jof a bollock tilled bF defendant's biUl. 3SW. BudaU caUed : J...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 6 October 1866
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