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GUMBERACHA LOCAL COURT. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 4. [Before Mr. R. J. Turner S.M., and a Jury of four.] [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 13 October 1866

GXJMEEACHA LOCAL COUET. Thursday, October 4. {Bofore Mr. R. J. Turner, S.M., and a Jury of four.l Elliott v. Gseig.— For £100 damages, for trespassing on land. . Mr. Way appeared for plaintiff, tiiid Mr. Parker for defendant, The evidence was veiy voluminous, and a verdict ior i260 was given for plaintiff. Gkeig . v. Elliott.— For -£15 damages. Tbis case arose out of the former one, and after a considerable amount of evidence had been taken, terminated in a no&suit. Dunn v. Quash.— For £2 5s., for service of a horse. - A set-off was pleaded of .£3 10s. A verdict was given for Jgl 12s. 6d., without costs.

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LOCAL COURT CAUSE LIST. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 16. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 13 October 1866

'LOCAL COURT CAUSE LIST. Toesoay, October 16. Woodman v. King. ( Woodman v, McEwen t Stark v. Garnett Canty'v. Christy Same v. same Boekinah x. Hogan.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 20 October 1866

E. L. Grundy, ACCOIJIN'TAKT, lakd akd GENEliAt AGENT, CHUKCH KILL, GAWLEE. Hew Auctioneer. TOIIJSr 0. WILia^SON begs to ? I inform the Public that be lias taken an Auctioneers' License, and will be happy to effect SaLets in Gawler, or its neighborhood. 83-35 Periodical Sales of Stock, &©. TO HIST C. WILKINSON will hold tl Eortuightly Sales of Stock* Farming Implements, -sc., on the SECOND, and LAST SATURDAY in each Moutb, in the Substan tial aud Convenient Stockyards attached to Mr. Young's Old Spot Inn, Gawler. First Sale— -SATURDAY, October 27, at 2 o'clock. S3-95 Monthly Sale at Freeling* JOHN G. WILKINSON will hold a MONTHLY SALE OF STOCK, &c^ in the YARDS of Mr. ELSHOLZ, Freeiing. First Sale — N OYEMBEK 3, at 2 o'clock. 83-95 J. & G- 'Wilcox, WHOLESALE and liUiTAIL DRA PERS. GEOCEES, and IKON MONGERS, &c. GENEKAL IMPORTERS, and IKDENTORS of all kinds of MEIiCEAN DISS direct' througb their Senior, in England. CONTRACTS made for the ensuing season,...

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SOUTH AUSTRALIAN RAILWAYS. TIME TABLE. FORT DIVISION.—Week-Day Trains, Down. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 20 October 1866

SOUTH AUSTRALIAN RAILWAYS, TI31i£ TABLE. Tobt Division. — W\-ck-lKy Trams. DOWN. Adelaide. ? dfX)itrtui(.',7'3o yis 11.-16 j 140 ; M-ao 5-20 liowUea ? „ 7-34 j 319 lx-iy | r-u j 3-34 sni Woodvilie..... .. 1 7 -42 S--7 11-27 1-52 3 42 5'32 Albwtwi ? „ (7-5t/ p-3S H-35 | 2 00 3 50 IFtO fort, arrival ? js-oo 9-45 11-45 I J'lO | 4-00 5-50 ? ? ? ? I'ort ? departure ?-2-- ] li»-l5 la «5 1 - 3u I 4-3® . 6*10 Alberioc .... „ S-24 10-19 12*43 ] 2*34 4-34 j 6'15 WootVrilk' .. „ 3-32 10-27 12-57 1 2-42 j 4-42 6-25 JiOWiItrll . . ? . ,, SAO j 10'35 i'03 j I'-oO j 4*50 j 6'35 Adelaide.... arrival S-s')* 10-45 1-15 ' 3*00 ' 5*0*) J6-45 I'oet Divison. — Sunday Traiiis. ? no-irs. ? Adelaide ? departure 9co 1-30 3-30 5-30 ? „ 9-04 1-34 3-34 5'34 Woodville ? „ S12 1-42 0-42 5-42 Alberton ? „ b-20 1-50 3-50 5-50 I'ort ? arrival. 9-30 2-00 4-00 6'00 UP Port ? ? ? departurei 10-00 i 2-20 430 e-30 Al'.wrtou ? „ 10-04 ! 2-34 4-34 «'34 Woodvilie ? „ 1012 j 2-42 4-42 6 42 Bowutll ? 10'i0 2-40 4*50 6'50 Adel...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 20 October 1866

Hollowat^s Pitis. — Wish Precaution.— The unwholesome vapours and frequent chills derange the animal economy to an immense extent, and permanently ui dermine the health* unless every now and then the blood be purified, the secretions rectified, and the' nerves restrong. Holloway's Pills perform these several necessary oiilces with certainty, safety, and ex pedition. Old and young, robust and feeble, male and female, will find these Pills an un failing domestic remedy; not only in slight sicknesses, but also in the more serious and dangerous diseases which spring from neglect of early symptoms. Yet, under the purifying j and correcting influence of Holloway's inesti mable medicine, the appetite improves, the digestion gains stieagfch, the liver acts freely, the kidneys secrete abundantly, and tialth. is tr.-minhant.

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VINEYARDS AND WINE-MAKING. COLOR OF THE WINE.—WINE PRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 20 October 1866

YINEYABDS axb WIJStE-MAEJ]S'G. C0L0E OF THE WINE.— WINE PEESS. Having thus followed out the process of fermentation till the wine is ready for decanting from the vat, I will now return to take up a brach of the process which, in order to avoid confusion, was left un finished. I have before directed that the sldns or hulls of the grapes should be put aside as they are taken from the mashing tubs. Ifow with respect to these skins it becomes a question whether or not they are to be fermented with the must. The color of grapes resides in the skin (with the exception of the Tinta grape, the juice of which is also of a deep purple color), and nothing is more com mon than to make white wine from black grapes. 'When the grapes ^vre lightly pressed the first* running is perfectly colorless. jAs a stronger pressure is applied the juice as it ilows out becomes gradually stained with the color of the skin, but it is only the fermentation which brings out all the color There fore, unless in the ...

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Farmers' Column. FEEDING PIGS. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 20 October 1866

[?] REEDING PIGS. - ? Before tilling and curing, we will have any other word or tiro about feeding. In our last we recommended feeding from the starting. and bacon weekly paraded bef owe our eyes at our Melbourne ' leadenhalls' in Bourlcoi istreetwest, we'are perfeetiysaiiBited that £he xmgoziiy or oivr purveyors have .either a . very slight knowledge of what our tastes as citizens are, or, if they know*they have a very pecu liar way of proving such knowledge to us. More than half this pig careasesshow that they did not, when alive* receive that treatment which any respectable pig has a right to expect from his owner. The hams and bacon; are made from juvenilis innocent of the taste of corn; and nearly every transaction con-: nected with our pork supply is conducted by that estimable termed the ' middleman.' He knows there is a certain sale for so many carcases a week at such and such a figure. He goes off to Warrnambool, and elsewhere, : or sends an agent* and buys up the required ...

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NORTHERN TERRITORY CRISIS [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 20 October 1866

i^rtheM$^ Settlehest *pf Ihp ISortihern Signatory ?difficulty, tor -some some such phrase, would have suppKed a more satisfactory headrag -io this article 'than the sentencej which ^precedes it,but iinfortunatefy we have no -reason to believe that the ques tion is settled, although undoubtedly a crisis has arrived which must terminate in an immediate settlement «f 4he vexed ; question m someway.,. ? The Minirtry ^deserve life thanks of the .colonists, whether holder* «£ famd-j orders or otherwise, for actiag pp&n^My , ' as soon as pra^icable jtfter the nnsasto-.: cessfial termination of Mr. McKialay's expedition, and bracing the legislature to a decisi-m on i^ae %naftee. On Tbura day last the -Commissi^ear «f Public Works, in the Legislative Ceuncil, and t^e^ Secretary, in the House o£ Assembly, moved a fourfold resolution to the effect that the .party should be; withdrawn Ibsum Adam Bay ; that no further attempt should be) made to pro secute the survey ; and thtft tho money...

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Varieties. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 20 October 1866

faricfe. Why did Quintius Curtius leap into the gulf? — Because it was a good opening for a young man.. Why cannot the Emperor of the French insure his life ? — -Because no one can be found to make out his policy. The spider is wiser than the bee. The for mer sucks poison front everything, and the latter honey. So the former isn't robbed* and the latter is. ' Och, sure this must be the Bead Letther j Office,' said an Irishman addressing one of the j posts recently erected for the reception of ] letters, 'for divil a livin' sowl is there to tall j me the postage of a lefcthei.' j 'Evils in the journey of life axe like the lulls which alarm travellers upon the road ; they both appear great at a distance, but when we approach them we find that they are far less insurmountable than we had conceived. Why is the. letter R very unfortunate? — Because it is always to be found in trouble, -wretchedness, and misery, end is always the beginning in riots and ruin* and never found , iayuKx-)Mmao...

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TALK OF THE WAGS. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 20 October 1866

TALK iOF THE WAGS. ij \ 'Thetalk (of t'he Wsg8)'iB?8iat Teapot i 'Tommy, should leave oV^spouii^-xiow tliat \ lie esa ;make so handte of .ifc j'that the. ?oratorical streamhe lately poured ^forth, jiiiatenil ci being jft piquant beverage, re anin&s soufe -of Dr., -wngdlamt ; remark to iMrs. Thw4&; that he hwa ^reat ^aptitxiiie anillove ror^ hbt water,' imfc that TJfcojile ittgeneraU 'do not like it neatjihathis early addresses were ^palatable as sugar, and balroy-as-cream. ' but thatsineehe hasbecome grey T. hity speeches remind us of that particular nf «mwn tea which is ikfisvo bv I the name of ^gunpowder ; that 'bis late vaut-of-confideuee speech was -a mere jet -of steam, -which scalded taone but himself and the incongruous band of members who form the present Opposi tion. ; The ;t*dk is that Mr. ^Reynolds mttst . have bean very much pressed =to com- ; mence his oration with - an attack -en the press of ithe colony ; 'that the '*hoJe ?speech \v&s an elabor...

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Poet's Corner. CONTENTED JOHN. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 20 October 1866

[?] ? CQOTPSTEI) joroffv One honiest John Tompkins, a hodger aad ditcher, : Although he was poor didnot want to be richer, . For allsuch vaia wishes to hun:» ere prevented 3^ a for tainate habit of being contented. Though cold Were She weather, or dear ; were the food* Jobs, neverwas found ma. murmurM^;»M^S ^ For this he was constantly heard to declare— ? What he could .not prevent he would -ohear-' ? fully bear. *' For whyehouldl grumble and murmur ?' he said* * «* Jfl cannot getmeat, Til be thankful for bread; Andthoughfrettingmaymakeany calamities deeper* : ' It never caneausebread and cheese to be cheaper' If Johnwas afflicted with sickness and pain* He vrished-hinmlf better, but didnot somphune Nor lie .down and. feet in despondence and sorrow* Bmt said that he hoped to be better to-morrow. If anyone wronged him or treated him ID, Why John, was good^hatured and sociable still; Por he said 'that revenging the injury don Would be T»n1''g two rogues where there need be but one. , ...

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PARLIAMENTARY PROCEEDINGS FOR THE WEEK. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 16. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 20 October 1866

PAE^IAMEXTAEY PBOCEED1MS FOR THE WEEK. IJSGrISIiATI¥E GOUKCIL. j ToE^BAr, OCTOBKB 16. 1 Tfceiie# aembers, Messrs. Hogarth, Mil&isfl IBagot, and Hodgl^ss, took the oath, and their seats. The Telegraph. Bill *r«s read the first tima. The' Postal Law Amendment Bill was reatl the sebond time, and passed into Committee; The Supreme Court Revenue JurisdicticHi Bill was read the seeoad time, jwid passed isto Committee.

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ORIGINAL POETRY. THE MOON. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 20 October 1866

-0EtGUSAL POETKr. THE MOON. 'Tdl iae, good Moon, what did you see, 'When last you passed o'er yonder ^fconcn. Whose inmates are more dear to me, Than Croesus' wealth, or Englanda crown? Tell 'me, what did that lovely fair, i^She, for whose love I sadly sigh, 'Waa she-engaged in silent prayer, Tor him -who ?£aiu would die? 'Tell me, were a another's tears iShedibr t''« away'from home, Or were a father's anguish fears feltfor him-who far die; roam? Tell me, what did 'that sister deai^ Whose image is for ever nigh, ?Wd she, ftoo, shed a bitter tea^, jPor him ;whe would die.? 'Tall me, what did that honest -friend Whose trusting hand I oft have pressed, ©id he, too, a greeting segd To Mm whom fortune left unhlest? Tell jne, does he still regard The.pledge-of friendship's tie. Or does he aowthe pledge discard Of him who fain, would diet #h! te31 me that they're stfil tie . As- they were wont to b*^ -An& that they fondly breathe the wn-ipy Of him across the sea^ Thea I will all my...

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WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 17. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 20 October 1866

WsDNESDaT, OcTOSSiR 17- ' Leave of absence till the 20th inst,, ires granted to the fioa. Johsr Baker, on aecosdC of his aeeidesA. Tii« 0? Suits and A.ettoas was read tite second time, and passed inio ! Committee'. The Third Judge, and Distraet Court's Aet was read the second time, and received injio Committee.

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ENGLISH EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 20 October 1866

[?] A Chouera. tiie eholera ward^of the London Ho?pi^l,in a scene of ^uffaing ahd -death sufficient to Jay ^he.gtoutest heart, a'lady volunteer nurse has, gays tiie Lancet, passed her time since the beginning of the epidemic, moving from hed io fced in ee*seless efforts to comfort and relieve. So verv vontbful and so fair is this devoted; girl that it is difficult to control a feeling of pain at her presence under such clr cnxnstances. - But she upered iaer help at a time when from the sadden inroad of cases, such assistance was urgently required, and nobly h^a she followed fcer self-souglit duty. Wherever the need is greatest and (be work hardest, there she is to be se$n toiling sptil her limbs almost refuse to sustain her. - And the effect of the fair yoang creature's presence has been that the nurses hayg beps eueojjraged by her never failing energy and cheerfulness, so that dread of the disease has been lost in efforts, tp eombRt it. This isia instanee of jierotion i^S&J...

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THURSDAY, OCTOBER 18. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 20 October 1866

Thcrsmx, October 18. ] The President having: called the attention of the Council to the fact that the Hon. Mr. Hogarth had been returned by the Sheriff oa two writs, tie Hon, Mr. Avers suggested that Mr. Hogarth sheuld state whether he assented : In both casee to he put in nomination, and whether he believed himself to be the person twice referred to. The hon. member replied in the affirmative. 'lbe ooeunissioner -oi irabnc Worts pro* d«ced two letters, one frs-ra Hr, Moses Frith, offering to survey 506,000 aares of land in the Northei-n Terrltoiy within 150 miles of a landing place, on commission or contract,- aad one from Mr. B. T- Finniss, offering to survey 300,000 acres, on terms, and within time to b$. , contracted for. The latter gentleman stated that he could complete the survey at probably less than one half it would cost Government to do it, aadthat be could point oat a method ef j proeeeding, whieh wtHjld rendeif Parliamentuxy fimds unnecessary. | Tb« Couneil resolved its...

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"BET YOU A NEW HAT!" TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 20 October 1866

'?BET YOU A NEW HATX* 1 TO THE' 3EDITOE. Dear Sir. — I was talking wifli a lady la^- night, and in the course 'Of -conversation the race between the City of Adelaide and Yatala turned up. I remarked that alarge-namber of hats had beea lost with 4he said race, she observed that the- weather -must have been vary boisterous to have occasioned the said loss. I am, Yours truly. . . PHUN^y BF0I. Adelaide, October 18, 1S66. School Ex^tuein:atios'. — The aamuaJ \ , examination of the German and English . school, at Concordia, took place on the: 1 17th isst. The spacios# schoolroom was quite filled, aboat 66 parests and friends ' of the ^ablie being present, «nd it taust have ^afforded great pleasure te the teacher, Mr. Shutze, to see eneh& mitn ber taking an interest in the progress of : the school. Br. Mnecke, of Tanunda, presided. The manner in whieh the several classes acquitted themselves was really -surprising. STumerons perfor- , manees in penmanship elicited universal ; and t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 20 October 1866

,'V'; .-*£ .- ' '1 Adelaide, llth October, ^1866. ; iQEALED TENDERS will beTeceived ?l3 at :this- until Wotaday. '^November ?6th, 1866, at noon, for'tiie* CQNVTE YAN CE of HEK MAJESTY'S MAILS for,T9iree Yeaas, . ««oimnene^^;3a^ f \ For particulars iad ws^iiw^^eB Xitapara~^ snent Gazette Ocfobtayl8g6. . : uj . '.' .* . J. W, LEWIS, ' . . ' South Aiikialian Railways, ? QEASOJf and RETURN 'TICKETS. ^ The Public arexespeotluTIy informed that on ajid afber the 1st November Betum-Tickets niii be issued between, aft Stations on the; North lone, and between attStatlons and tie Termini ©a;thePorfc Lu^^»l8©ihafc;'Season Tickets,3$rst and Second Class, may be had on applie&tion at the Acwuntaxifc's Office, where any further information can be »ob 4aaned. , J3y order of the Commissioner, . TO HANSON,* Acting Manages:. Acting Manager's Department, Adelaide Station, Oct.- ? South. Australain Railways. . TENDERS will be received at this -- Office until noon of Monday, December Srd, for $he...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 20 October 1866

V J^8T4BMSHia» l$4$.j\, . Machine andtrenerai Implement Manufactory, ( * T MURRAY STREET, G1WS& JOJK3ST JOiyE£ JUCHtKJST, BjUACKSMm*, WW5«l.vnEUOHT, ETCU, ; his i^olo^^Qfio»iba the^»pv^^toiayK^^^ 1 {having wasnqoi^a ^ General Store,) be ta rC preparedto«xe-»te orders for ?*_ ^ BEApIl^ J^WJNW^YIiSGMAOIHNES, ?\ .v.„, poiiT^aresjiS, ^4^ - A-- j!5- -On the ^harfest jiotioeaJiel of the |aaigt.-patena1a ^ , ^aWea^aswl^iP;;; Wififlowmg1 Machines of evejy ,. . ----. ' xonsfccwstionma^to^rder. . Seo-mdrfea»a Reaping Machines for Sal© op Biie. ? ' * r-. ? v ^ Gawler Coach andMachine IfaTHifaotflry. 1 (l^^T^E.MABTtN.) . . :?') ,COACmiUIl4)EBS, MACHINISTS, «TG, BEG to i^etumtheir sincere thanks ftp: ' past --favors^ i'jt^^^-infQriu their friends Mad tlie pnblks, ifchat^eycontinue to supply 4he Rest, lightest, Sla»ngest,andmost Semcible Prize Reaping Machines, michgivegreatersitiefacyiou to ianaers thao *hose of any other makers. ? . : Also, WINNOWING MACHINES, GIGS, \ rAGNELLS, BUSG1KS,...

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THE APPROACHES SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 20 October 1866

THE APPROACHING SHOW. I® wouiii be difficult to ^estimate the benefits which Tiave been conferred on society by -exhibitions 'of stock and vegetable productions. They have been the means of .diffusing existing know ledge, and of continually adding: to lie . aggregate possessed. They have pro moted the interests of all elasses, eicited rational Cnriosity, and improved and gratified public taste. -Such exhibitions have at length become general through, out titie world, and, thanks to th» Agri cultural, Horticultural,' and Eloricultural Society, Gawler is about to hold its first exhibition of lowers, fruits, and vege tables. The Show will take place in the Odd felloWB' Hall, on Thursday next, and we trust it will be attended by every per son ^resident in, and near Gawler, who may not have a pressing reason for absence. That a most gratifying display . will be made on the occasion we have no doubt; and it in a 'duty incuAbent on all parties possessing artieles worthy of public competiti...

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