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NEWS BY THE LATE MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 13 October 1866

NEWS BY THE LATE MAIL. No reason for complaint on the score of late arrival of mails has existed for the Irst few months. The August mail was ?delivered in Adelaide on the morning of Tuesday last, the 9th inst. Its contents, taken ^as a whole, ? are far - .more satis-, factory than could have been expected from the tenor of the preceding months' . news. Europe, after a brief- but san cuinarv conflict, had settled down into a j peace which is salutary, however brief it may prove to be in duration ; the monetary panic in England had subsided commercial confidence having been re stored, and discount being obtainable at five instead of ten per cent-. Two of the great exports of South Australia, wool and copper, had advanced in price. The most important facts arising - out of the late war in Europe are that Prussia has been as successful in diplo macy as she was in arms ; that Austira has not regained anything that she lost in the contest, and therefore has de scended considerably in the...

Publication Title: Bunyip
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Poet's Corner. THE LITTLE MAID AND THE LAWYER [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 13 October 1866

9am. ^ppne T.TTTKK SAID AND THE ZAW5EB. ' «* Itioyaay, httk majA' quoth Lawyer Brown. \ '. - ??Heighorsiajsshe, ' '. 41 'What's that to joe F* ??But they, say,, little maid,' quoth Lawyer Brown. ' ''' ^lou'ne the prefctaosC girl in all theiown J' - S&vb «he ' If they do Wha£s thai to you ?' ** They say, little maid,' quoth lawyer Brown, 'Pm the richest man in aB the town.' '?* 'Heighoi'sayB she, *' What's i&at to me?' '3ut they say, little maid?* quoth Lawyer Brown, «Ton ought to be dressed ia a finer gown!' Says die ' H they do ; What'ethat to yon ?' 'Thev gay, little maid,' quoth Lawyer Brown, '?That Johnny Hodge is an awkward down.' 'Heigho i' says she, ' What's that to me ?' «' But they say, little maid,' the lawyer said, « That you and Johnny-axe going to wed'' ? Says she ' If we do 'What's that to you!' ; -» — Reynolds' Miscellany.

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THE LATE MR. JAMES FOTHERINGHAM. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 13 October 1866

THE LATE MB. JAMES | FOTHEBIN GH AM. I We feel sincere regret in recording the death of 'this much-esteemed and ana respected gentleman, waicri' event occurred ^at Mitcham on Wednesday last, the 10th inst. The occurrence excites peculiar interest in Gawler, as Sir. FotheriDgham was one of the founders of ~the township, in the pro perty of which he originally possessed^ one seventh share, and by the inhabi- ? tants of which, as his funeral vesterds v amply demonstrated, lie was univer sally respected. He arrived in South, Australia in the Indus twenty-eighty years ngo, and Was a fellowpassenger of Mr. Stuart, the eminent explorer,: whose decease in England we had to chronicle a short time 'since. Mr. ' Fotheringham's health had latterly' been eeclining, and he had made several voyages 'to his native country . (Scotland), from the last of which visits he returned -esaetly a year before his~ decease. By the observers-of coinci dences it may be noted that the same vessel returned to'the...

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ENGLISH EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 13 October 1866

ENGLISH EXTRACTS. Clever SwiNDLrNG.^ — A very clever, and, at the same time a very serious case of swindling is reported from Paris. It seems that iu Feb ruary last one of the pri-cip^l ;*e -vellers in that c pital received a. letter with ihe. Berlin 'post- mark from a.persoq wUq styled himself the Count de Schoffgoiscb, . cliamtei-lain to his' Majesty the King of Prussia, '.asking hijn: to finrhi-li.a i^oeicrn fnr a v. ii- 1 iu ue Ll;p badge of anew order, the Qaeen intended to create. The jeweller took the bait, and exhaust- * ing all tlie jta^-and skiU^f-bis iMSafeliflhmeat; ? - succeeded in producing an elegant work of art, a magnificent cross set with diamonds. This was forwarded, and in reply he was informed that the .Queen was delighted with his success, and desired five to be furnished with as little ?delay as possible; and it was. added that the Queen was so pleased that in all probability he would have the order for the Danubian crown of Prince Hohenzollern, and be decorat...

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GAWLER LOCAL COURT. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 9. [Before Mr. R. J. Turner, S.M.] [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 13 October 1866

R LOCAL^COTJRT, , . Tcsse^t. - Octobkji 9. , *- □Before 'Mr. B- J.- Turner, 8.M.] . ? , ; 'Hie Bdjourned-^es;'Witot«: *'? Grundy *wnd 'Wilcbxrv^Dew and Pitmai»,'were withdrawn „ V-- f. ' f ' oHslTi^isaji^jtriJGareNT. ^Bciskijr t. I-wra^?'^8r ^9 l£te.» for roeat J supplied. \ ?: , Ordejr forpeymmtotiteiper ^rafefc to ^jom : xaence ©a tihefoiUowing'iMbndaiy. ;

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HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 5. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 13 October 1866

'HOUSE OF .ASSEMBLY.* Friday, October 5. ... , A petpaon was presented from the agricul tural district aronnd Port Wakefieldi for the improvement of the Ports, anil the approaches to it. ; ? t . ? , , ; . - , . . . - Mr. Strangway5 s motion 'for alterationf? in the Insolvency Act was amended and carried. A motion vras passed, mstructing the Clerk : not to j^-plj[. for .the costs of- enquiry in tha matter of 'the Great 'Northern 'Mining Company. - ._ Returns were laid on the table respecting the remission of rents to 'lmstoral lessefis. bthI cost of improving the banks of the. 'river Torrens. - ? - A oorrespendence wes ordered to be laid 6n the. table respecting the officers of 'the Kapuhda ,Mine Eifie Company. ^ ? * The Hbiise 'adjourned to the following Tuesday, ' Tuesi-ay, October 9. - - * The chief business done, was farther discus sing the financial statement of the Treasurer, and passing the first 'three items of -the Estimates. ? . . .. An extension of tame tall the 1 7th. Oct...

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THURSDAY, OCTOBER 11. FULL JURISDICTION. [Before Mr.R.J. Turner, S.M. Dr. Nott, J.P., and Mr. Pile, J.P.] [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 13 October 1866

- Tottrsdatt, 'October 3.1. _ . « -ytrLL JrdaiSKtcTiow. . . -.- ! [Before Mr. R. J. Turner, S.M., -Dr. Nott, J.P., ;i and Mr. RJe,s JJP.l,. r A certificat-e for 'an auctioneers licence was j Ji ?* granted to J.C-Wtfkinson... _ ? L j v Mathews v.SPECR^Ja^WEfiea^ogmeat. ? For;^26;^orateato 1 The defendant did hot appear. , | An ni-ilflr' urns made forL' pavmeht of 10s per ? - week, J» eoanmHioe «fl the''f6ilowijig 'Monday. , Bakeow v. Cbank. — For 4372s, 2d., balance ; on ?account of goods and materiadssuppliecL .AumaiS^Mnia Slim ! ? of £17 is. Sd. My Rudall stated the case, and called Joseph Barrow.'plaintifPs son, who deposed '- to some =of the details of the account. . Mr. Turner cross-examined the -v±t4ies$ on. behalf of ?fhe defendant! » Witness rendered the accounts to the men. ' . .. . John Barrow, the plaintiff was examined in v- : support of the items of the account. Rendered a bill to defendant, who then .admitted its receipt and his indebtedness for the amount rendered. Sub...

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PARLIAMENTARY PROCEEDINGS FOR THE WEEK. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 9. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 13 October 1866

TOBTEE iTSMSL ? ?? . - . ..TcnssDAY, October 9. * . The Commi^o^§l;of.Bd3h^sW--rks lhiepty ' * ' to.the Hon. J. H. Barrotw, stated that noms patches had: been MM^TOd: Government by the late maiL - , - ' , The Hon. T..Magaroy alluded 'to the casa ol ' ' the young may who Mas shotrnear _ 1 street, and enquired if Government had offered a reward, or otherwise- taken 'steps for. jthe .apprehension cf the offenders. The Comroia Rifrn/w stf PnWrA..'WrtpVia flioi - uirA.Tr ' 1 effort would Be maSeio, capture them. . .. . The Commissioner of Poblic . Works, , .n answer to a quesJ:Gn from Mr. Bari-ow, sti wld ' : that. the law. Officers had.'unaer consideration the question of legalising remission 'of fent io pastoral lessees. r The Council 'adjohfned to 'the TbHowiit|r ' ? ' ' Tuesday. . , . - 1

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 13 October 1866

- V t3ATAI«0GCE | 'S- i&ookaof General literature I ^ dlff SALE ~ ; j W, aBABNET'S, JBunyip Newspaper j Office, Murray-street, Crawler. * ; - - ? ? „ ? : -| ' tTYBOE following Catalogue of Boots onJ JL band at the above Depository will no i - doubt prove convenient to the l^denW-inaaidj&boutXfowle^ is . ; *-nly ^crabsxk iiiat i&e-woirkB.-in; every depailmeDt jji^ ^teiataK ^aKi of 'the aewafit and diea^est editions, also intiamfeonffl. . bindw^^nsaitaWefoir eit^erHbraiyor.drawiiig-' ?tw-Tn, *h«t the prices are seduced to the . mc»fcmodewifefigareBt— ' ,. ; '- .ArtAIbnmf'.v i.A ?*..:?? AiiyinitM Tngmrer I ??'-! v. - ? 'a Aln^narJr, OHveraf Boyd's 4 Astronomer ? .. _? A A-miiKPtnetitB. the BooK'qi ' ??. I' Ijfc jS '... Aiebery - A Axb&l ? .. ? .... ?? -? , Amimal KSngdoxn ' _ ' J . Australian fiomeCompan- J. ion . ? ?-. i . A*uit Effle's Rhymes J Angler, Walton's J Algeria in-1845 - . i .. 5Sicted Mail's C-Hn|Muaiim i ftipvanriw Bethune, me- j ? moiis of...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 13 October 1866

[Established 1848. j - „ Maddne and General Implement Manufactory; MTTBBAY STREET, *GATTLEB. JLk ^ OlfIS, ' ' .1^ {oVp^'&Tcm/Wd aB')i9:jibff- devotes. ? iuB wholeattention to the alwveEst^lishiAent, {havingrelmquished ^iis general Store,) hois prepared to exec»te*x»3to for _ . . . BTB APTOftfoND WINNOWfflGMACSINEB, WAGONS, DRA1K, SPRING CASTS, NEW PORT PiSNELIiS, &«.,&c., Onthe shortest notecerand of thebest materials and W-orfanaTiship. WiiinOwiBg Machined bravery -jonatructicsi made to -order. - Second-hand Ifr^pingMachinesfor Sale^'or -'Bice. Crawler Coach and Machine Manufactory, MUBBAY-STKEET, GAWLEB. B, Mi B T I N & Co., £IaaiET; &E: MjgiiTias-.) . ^ COACHBUILDERS, 'MACHINISTS, ETC., *|)EQ to feturatheir sincere thanks for J) past favors, and to inform thar friends *nd the public, that they .continue ttfvupply^the Best, Lightest Strongest, and moBt Servicible Prize Heaping Machines, V Which jfive greater satisfaction to Farmete than , f ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 13 October 1866

DEATHS. FOTHERINGHASI. — On the loth October, at his residence, Mitchmu, Mr James Fother ingham, aged 49. Sincerely regrettod . by a la~ge circle of friends. MAETIN. — On -the 6th inst., at his resi dence, Bolton-street, North Adelaide, Mr, Joha Martin, deeply and sincerely regretted by all who knew him. Aged 4S years. ®!je §uiraip. GAWLER: SATURDAY, OCT. 13, 1866.

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THE GAWLER MARKETS. Bunyip Office, Friday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 13 October 1866

THE GAWLEB MARKETS. Uunytp Office, Friday Evening. in tne corn market, quotations are the saVnp as last week, viz.: — Wheat 4 s., per bushel. Flour =£12 10s., to £14 per tan. Bran, Is. 5d^ retail Is. 6d. * Pollard, Is. lOd , do., 2s. Oats and Barley, none in stock. Hay, «£4 1' s., to £5 per ton. Fowls' Cora 4s. Cd. Bread, Sib loaf, 4 id. Meat. Mutton, hind-quarters, 7d. per lb.; fore quarters 6d. Beef, 4d. to. 7d. per lb. Veal, Sd. per lb. Pork, 9(1. to lOd. per lb. Vegetable?. Green Peas, Is. 4-1 . per peck. Cabbages, 3d. to 5d. each. Turnips, -id. per bunch. Carrots, 4 d. per bunch. Cauliflowers, 3d. to 5d. Onions, 6d. per lb. ? Parsnips, 4d. per bunch. Potatoes, 9s. 6d. per cwt. New Potatoes, 2d. per lb. Seed Potatoes; 10s. Gd. iu'- ? i ? .1. A*ciuiaur-, ajfu. pt?r uuuuu ? Ith Ynr-tjGHttfi. : Celery, Cd. to Sd- per kea;&'~ Eeuit Citrons, 4d. each ? Rhubarb, Is. per lb. . Apples, 4d. to 6d. per lb Loquats, 8d. per lb. Pears, -^d. to 6d. per lb. Lemons 2d. to 6d. each. Oran...

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GAWLER PLAINS. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 13 October 1866

GAWLER PLAINS. (From our own Correspondent.) A loafer in the shape of a runaway sailor has been spunging about this dis trict for some time past, letting certain tradesmen see his skill in obtaining goods minus 'the cash. One publican has been victimised to a small amount by him, and a pedagogue found the gentlemian snugly^ ensconced in his wine cellar on Friday evening last. I 'hear the same person has been coming it strofig 'at the Two Wells, near 'Port Gawler. - The Smithfield Farmers' Club held its annual meeting on Friday evening last. ! The attendance was small whichhas been attributed to the dark nights. A resolu tion was accordigly adopted* altering the .night of meeting from the first Friday in each month to the Friday before 'full moon. Two gentlemen were proposed, and one balloted for, and elected a mem ber of the club. Mr. Gavin. Scoular was elected president, Mr. J.*Smith, retiring ; j and Mr. P. Rowland, vifte-oresident. for ? the ensuing twelve months. A working! comm...

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ASHWELL. October 12. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 13 October 1866

ASHWELL. [From a Correspondent.] .. . October 12. - Once, if never more, bid weathercock wags his narrative .favorably towards in dustry, and the cooling hreaze o'er oceati'e strife spreads her sails, together with tfee clouds of fatness, to replenish the garner, and the hopeful ploughaiaii is not to put .up at the liaboi'-in-Yain, for although the drought may have been a scourge Upbn animai me, its steps may also be traced as a purge on the cereal cla«s, for it must be perceptible to every traveller's view on the smiling corn fields to behold them without their bid enemies, the wild oats, for the promise is a full ineasurb without mixture. The intelligent mer chant may now turn his dice to ex port wheat ai a cheaper rate^ and legislators . may hack Along. 'Farmers must , hare a j i^ew land system to Iseep pace with their only to ^^^i^heat tdieapeiv but to grow: easy as A. B (3 by ietting l&rms oil the waste lan ds ; on the occupation ajBd-pre- 1 emptive-right system. This w...

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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 5. [Before Sir. R. J. Turner, S.M.] [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 13 October 1866

Friday, October 5. [Before Mr. E. J. Turner, S.M.] ' wo persons named Good, and Francis, wei'Q charged 5s. each, for having cattle astray. Discobvitch v. Stone. — This was a charge of assault. Plea not guilty. Mr. Lewis appeared for defendant. Charge dismissed. Each party to pay costf.

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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 5. [Before Mr. R J. turner, S.M.] [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 13 October 1866

Friday. October 5. fBefore Mr. R. J. Turner, S.M.'] Heritage v. Witkins. — For -£10 8s. 7d., : for goods supplied. Verdict for plaintiff for J -£1 13s. Sd. j CRIMINAL JURISDICTION, ] Thursday, October 4. j (Before Mr. R. J. Turner, S.M.J j — Tighe Avas charged with committing j larceny in the house of Heinrich Jahn, but ' there being no evidence to criminate huh, he i was discharged. Slatteby v. Hatchett and others.— Mr. Way for plaintiff, and Mr. Lewis for defendants. The * five defendants were charged with assault, on the 10th September, last, and pleaded not guilty. The charge was fully sustained, and the defendants were fined ten shillings each, with costs, and ordered each to find a surety in the amount of -£5. They were also bound over to keep the pease. The Court then adjourned until the follow ing morning.

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GAWLER INSTITUTE. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 13 October 1866

GAWLEK INSTITUTE. A meeting of Committee was held oh the evening of Tuesday last. Present— Mr. Moid (in the chair). Messrs. Lewis (Hon. Secretary), Burton (Treasurer), D. Fotheringham (Assis tant Secretary) Burkitt, Gray, and Thorup. The minutes of the preceding meeting were read and confirmed. It was stated that a number of new English books had arrived, which would be absorbed into the library previously to the next meeting of Committee. A number of newly-purchased German books i ? «cic uii txic tauie* 1 Accounts were passed for payment to the ' amount of £ . ... 1 ~ The H011. Secretary reported he had received ; a letter from the lie v. J. E. T. Woods, stating ! with regret that at present he would be unable to attend in Gawler to lecture at the Institute. A letter was read from Mr. James Martin, M.P., a trustee of the Institute, requesting to be supplied with u list of the Institute property, which was ordered to be furnished to Mr, Martin. The Chaikman reported that a valuable ...

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GAWLER CORPORATION. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 10. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 13 October 1866

GAWLEli CORPORATION. Wednesday, October 10. 1 Present — Councillors Clement £ Acting Mayor), Hold, Loutit, Finch, and Young. An apology for absence was read from Coun cillor Deland. The minutes of last meeting were read and confirmed. A letter was read from the Mayor (Mr Mitchell),- abking leave of absence for six weeks, «jud stating that His Worship had written to the ? Superintendent of - the Destitute Asylum in Adelaide to tiVe effect that' he had nominated Uounciiuxr Uietneut to attend to any cases of destitution which might arise in the interim. Teuders were received for removing the wall in High-street from the following parties, as per specification : — Uagless & Rose, 7s. 6d. per yard ; Manifold Kitubolt, £14 15s. for the job ; Widger, 3s. gd. per yard ; Shaw & Stere, j-12 10s. for the job ; Reid' & Son, £22 for the job. It was resolved that the tender of Messrs. Shaw & Stere should be accepted. Councillor Mold reported, on behalf of the Publi...

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WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 10. [Before Mr. R. J. Turner, S.M.] [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 13 October 1866

Wednksqay. October 10. i I - ? : fBefote Mr. R. J.Turner, S.M 1 , lFtKWf £%«r lirfi^£s1was charged on jthe information of Thomas John Mankey with stealing an acceptance for the sum. of JB25. -Thymus .3?ol£n 'Uankey, examined by Mr.' Rudall, deposed that in the month of June; last, on or about the 23rd, he sold . prisoner a hQrse, cart,&nd harness forthe tmin of £24 on -a threeKmonths* bill (bill produced). Prisoner retarned jand -got back the bill, stating he ' thought he oould get cash instead of the acceptance. Allowed him to ta&e the aceep i.omna onrfitr TDlfK kim . 1\wa ai* 1 ^Aiira after he called again, saying he could not obtain the cash. Was in the counting-house at the time, preparing remittances for Ade laide: The remittances were in the form of bills, The documents were endorsed, and lay' oh the desk. Prisoner laid the acceptance for £25 on the desk, and then leant over the desk within reach of the bills for remittance. Wit ness produced entries of the rem...

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GAWLER POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 9. [Before Mr. R. J. Turner, S.M.] [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 13 October 1866

GAWLER POLICE COURT. Tuesdit, October 9. ' [Before Mr. R. J. Turner, S.M.] Stephens v. Maetin. — Helen Martin was j charged with using abusive language towards 1 Alice Stephens, wife of William Stephens, on ! the 25th September. j Mr. lludall for complainant, Mr. Turner for defendant. * J Alice Stephens deposed that on the 25th of September, about midday, as witness was j talking to Mrs. Lloyd, defendant came up and said, 'here you are talking together.' Wit- 1 ness asked if she wished to dispose of her cow, when defendant called witness a great many insulting names, and reneoted on ner character. Defendant had been drhiking, but knew whac she yias doing. She threatened to injure wit ness's character. She did not appear last Tuesday morning beeause she was drunk. Cross-examined by Mr, Turner — Did not offer to settle the matter for money, but believed witness's husband did. Had had words with defendant. Said nothing to pro voke defendant on the 25th September. The altercation was on...

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