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THE GAWLER MARKETS. Bunyip office, Friday Evening. GRAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 20 October 1866

' \3ME GAOLER MARKETS. t J3uny^- Office, Friday Evening. Wheat— not 'much Offering. A considerable fall since last quotations. Latest-sales, Ss. 7d. P»blldld . ? -' ' Flour 28s.per 'bag, '^l2 103L,'p»-ton. ^Barley and 0ats,none offering. ? Bran, ls.4d^ retail Is. id. Pollard, Icl 8d , do^ Is. lOd. : Hay, ^65p-ar:lon. ?Bread,'2lb loaf, Meat. -Mutton, hind-quarters, 7-L 'per 3b.; ^ore quarters 5-L - Beef, 4d.'to.'7-l.per lh. Veal, 8d. per -lb. . Porl^i9d. to 10d.:j-er lh. Vegetables. Ch«en¥eais, Is. 2d. per pecSc. Cabbages, 3d. to 5d. each. Turnips, 4d. per bunch. -0»rret8, 4ti. per bunch. 1;C££nliflowers, 3d. to Sd. Ouions, 6d. per lh. Parsnips, 4d. per bnneh. Potatoes, '9s. 6d. per cwt ' New !Potatoe», 2d. per 11). I'Seed Potatoes, %0s. 6d. Badishee, lid. per bunch Parsley ld.: per bunch. Celery, e3. io«d. per head Fboit ? ' ? i Citrons, 4d. 'each Bimbarhj Is. per lh. Apples, 4d. to 6d. per lb . ' XiOquatBj fid. per lb. Pears, -id. to 6il. per lb. Lemons 2d. to Cd. each. Oranges, fr...

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INQUEST AT BERTHA. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 20 October 1866

INQUEST AT BEBTHA. Ob Wednesday last an inquest was held by j Mr. E.J. Turaei^ S-M.,at Bertha, -on ?«!»»» body j of a little boy named Isaiah' Wheeler. ; Maria Wheeled, mother of ,decaeased, d^)osed ? that he was five years old ?On Monday last : she bad the boiler jwi the fire, making -some 1 sugar beer. Witness -took -the boiler off, and set it on the floor. Turned away ior a minute . or two; -and hearing her eldest aon «ell -out ? returned -to the briler, and -saw deceased had j ftlllon lit Ric hnnl* nroc -«n I «v* * uoua nan iu %UC BMUUllig | liquid. -Immediately removed him, and took .off ? his clothes. Had seen him just before, and 1 could not say; in what -way -he got into .tlje J boiler. Poured some oil-on the scald, and sent ? ft-r medical assistance. Dr. Nott attended.' The child died on Tuesday -evening. Mary Davles corroborated the latter portion , Of -hs foregoing eyjdence, and stated that everything was done for the -child -that could be done. 1 Daniel Wheeler, ^brother...

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LOCAL COURT CAUSE LIST. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 22. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 20 October 1866

LOCAL OOtJB^eAHSE XIS£ Tuesday, Octobee 22, 3E-iael v. Owyanei. Martin v. Scars. - jfroe v. Benshall, allege v. Clprd» Police Coitbt. Partridge V. MeCormack. and Anglfty. ' Same v. McCozmack. Stuart G. Martin. Same v. Same;

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GAWLER LOCAL COURT. Tuesday, OCTOBER 16. [Before Mr. R. J. Turner, S.M.] UNSATISFIED JUDGEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 20 October 1866

GAWLER LOCAL COURT. Tussday, Octobeb 10. [before Mr. R -J. Tomer, SJVLJ UNSATISFIED JUDGMENTS. iioEEMAN v. Hoo-an. — Mr. ttudali appeared for plaiut i&i defendant did not appear. 4-n order was made for 7s. 6d. a week. Stake v. Gaenktt. — Mr. Kudail appealed for plaintiff. Defendant was ordered to pay ] 5s. per week. I T)ETESBED CASKS. | Cantt v. Cueisty. — Claim for j£9 Is. 75. Mr. lindall for plain tiff, Mr. Toxner for defen- ; ©efeiidaiat admitted some of the items, ^and claimed a set-off amounting to £12 13s. 2d. Thomas Canty, of 'Williamstowu, plaintiff, deposed to various particulars of 'the account. Charles Christy, also of WiHiamstown, the defendant, was examined at considerable length respecting partnership transactions between himself and plaintiff. Charles Snellgrove and James Tot-y also gave evidence in the case. Messrs. Budall and Turner addressed the Beneh on behalf of their respective clients, and the Court gave a verdict in favor of the defendant for the amoan...

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GAWLER WESLEYAN SUNDAY SCHOOL ANNIVERSARY. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 20 October 1866

GAMEER 'WESLEfAK SUKDir SCHOOL AKIsTiyERSABT. This anniversary was celebrated last Sunday byseruions preached m the Wesley an 'Chapel, and ou the 'following -day by processions of sehool children. The assemblage of children af both sexes on Monday afternoon was very laigg. . The whole, with their teachers, peranmulatM ? tifee chief -portions of the *own, bearing flags with appropriate mattooc, and occasionally singing hymns. An hour or -so of play on the green ana on tne river-Dan* jutervenea aeiween the procession and the children^ : feast, which latter wasaacceeded by successive bodies of te# and-cake ccmaamers of mare mature' age. The Fdbuc MtETiNo, I«ong before tlie ehair was taken, the body -of thelai^e chapel was well filled with adults, and two ]arge bodies of Sundays-school t'hildren occupied %he spaces on either side the platform, boys «u the right of the schoolroom sod girfs ou the 4eft. Mr. Lilly white presided over the musical portion of the programme Of the even ing. Mr...

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WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 17. [Before Mr. R. J. Turner, S.M., and Mr. J. A. Buchan, J.P.] [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 20 October 1866

WsBsresB&ar, ^Octobbb 17. [Before Mr. Jl. .3. Turner, S.M., and Mr. 3. A. j Buchan, 5.P.] j ; JoTtn Hayes was charged with being araisK ? and disorderly in Murray-street on Monday | night. JBefendant pleaded aiot ^guilty. S^aed : ietew -and an d^^ult cetamitted to ?gaol' for , seven d^yi W&V3#t Mdgwr Everts was charged on remand with fraudulently embezzling a cheque belong- : ing to Mr. John Allen. Mr. Turner apologised for the abserce of' Mr. Williams, who could not leave the bank is consequence of the absence of the teller. ? Thomas Peacock, farmer of Clare, examined, by Mr. Rudall, deposed that he had remitted a cheque for JG13 to Mrv,Allen on the 6th jr-^h^eMCT-containing the cheque was regis tered. It was drawn on the English, Scottish, and Australian Chartered Bank. Witness * ascertained that £he cheque had been paid. j The deposition of Mir, Allen on the former ' examination was read. John Allen deposed that the prisoner had ! witaess's authority to i^peive re...

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GAWLER POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 16. [Before Mr. R. J. Turner, S.M.] [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 20 October 1866

GAWLEfe POLICE C057RT. I Tcesdat, -Qgtobes 16. J rBefare Mr. E. X 'fiH-nm1. S TVfT 1 Margaret Chariton was charged with f elonously stealing and carrying away certain, books and articles of stationery ou or about the 6th of October inst., 'the property of William Barnefc. William Baa-net, of Gawler, printer, book seller, and stationer, deposed that -the prisoner had been in his service for the last two months, that she had access to all the rooms of the dwelling, hut was forbidden entrance %o the shop. 1 here was nothing to prevent her going in if she chose when the shop was left without an attendant. Witness had missed several articles during prisoner's stay, ;and among them a book called ' Temple Anecdotes,' which the witness identified as well as ovJier books and articles of stationery, idso ribbon, calico, spoons, and other similar articles. . Had never given prisoner permission to take them. Witness had never sold the goods to prisoner, nor as far as he knew had any person -in ...

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TUESDAY OCTOBER 16. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 20 October 1866

*Prr*sBH.T. October 1ft. Sevetsd peftitiolis -were presented, and pap&s laid on the taWe. Considerable' progtess was made in passing the Estimates. 'Hie House agreed to' the reports on the Botanie GatdeuBill, audoa the S'estamentaxy Ca^esSiJL

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HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 12. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 20 October 1866

HOUSE OJ? ASSEMBLY. ] Friday, Octobeb 12. I The*eow«spondence relating to the dismissed ?officers of 43je Kapunda Min^e fiifies was laid -mi the 'table. snd ordered to 'be print ed. ^ The 'Hen. *1!. fteynolds proposed a motion o? tbnt of confi.5ee.ee in the Ministry. After a j long and Molest speech, the mover refnsed to withdraw 'his motion, hut subsequently re aUested pertnission to do so. His 'motion was however pufc, and negatived without a divisios. -A return 'of money expended in improving the banks of the Torrens, was laid on the table. Ifiie BUI for establishing a loop-line between Dx? Creek and Fort Adelaide was read the . firlfcsfcasBeu -1'

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

Thtjssdxy. Octobee 18. j Tae Speaker stated that Mr. Alexander HcCullwdi hai been Returned for the Bi^ra. The Offers of Messrs. iFinniss, and Ftith, to ?survey in the Northern Temitory were read. . The resolutions respecting the iNqrbhetn Territwy were vead -and ^discussed ac eonrj ^iderable length. ;Tl»e ^Jebate vas adjourned Xteave 'was given xo tne Attorney-weneraa. to bring Sn a Bill to amend thekw relalang to claims against the Goverameat. .. The report on the Testamentary pauses JSill was agreed to.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 20 October 1866

v: ' t rilHIS splendid Draught Entire Horee ? . j JL will stand for the season at the under-; ' mentioned jilacas, commencing to travd. , Blonday, Au^^ist 27* 1866. : Mondays, will leave home for Young's, Pinkerton's Plains, remaining three hours from 11 to 2 o'clock* leaving there for Tern-. ) plaia Hotel, and remaining for the night. ? Tuesdays will oallat Mr. Stotfs blacksmith's ! shop, also at IHtr. Fife's on his way to Linwood- ; arriving .at ihe. Light -Biidge by & o'clock, ? where he will stay forthe night. Wednesdays ] will leave Idnwood for home, calling at Mr, ' Green's, staging two hours; antd then proceed ing down by the North-road. Thursday will leave home, calling at the Sheaoak Ik^, Bosenthal, and Lyndoch Yalley, staying for the night at tha Barossa Inn. Fridays will leave for Mr. Stephian's, South Para, through Sandy Creek, calling at the Wheatsheaf Inn Saturdays will be at Mr. Muller's Commercial Hotel, Gawler, until 3 o'cloek, when -he will leave for home, ...

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

W ®I)jrtgiDA.T. 'OCTOltSR 1*. Several petitions were psesented. and ques tions askea and ;ar-swere& A Bill arcs iritre&beed by 3tr. StrangWays to repeal tolls on ^ie Port R«ad Act, -and ?read £he~£rst time. The swB-of JKS0 was voted forthe iroprove ment ref road at Laurie's Silt fort 53iiott: TheBob^iGbidea1^wasTO«4theShird ^wf^menta^Cl^ises Bifl was^ameufied in Committee. ? , . 1 |Some farther discussion in Committee took flace o«l the Jieetitute Pergpft's gftL ,

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SOUTH AUSTRALIAN RAILWAYS. TIME TABLE. FORE DIVISION.—Week-Day Trains. DOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 27 October 1866

SOUTH ATJSTEALIAN 'RAILWAYS. TIME TAJBLE. Foap Divisxos .— W eek-D*y Trains. DOWN. Adelaide ? .-lepartureir30 - 9-15 U is 1-40 3-30 6-20 Sowdea ? „ I'31 j 9-19 11-19 1*44 3*34 5.24 (Voodvnie..... „ 7:42 ' 0*27 11-J7 i-5! 342 53! llberton ? „ r eo y-35 ii-ss 2-oo a se .5-40 Port, arrival ? 8-00 ; a-45 lf45 2'l0|4-00 5-50 ? rp. ? ? Port ? departure 8*20 ; 10-15 , 12-45 . 2-30 4-30 , 6-10 Uberton .... „ 8-24 I 1019 12-49 i 2'34 4-34 615 rt' oodrllle . . „ S-32 I 10-27 1 12*57 j 2*42 4 42 6 '25 Bowdtn ? „ 8 '40 } 10-35 1 1*05 2-50 4 50 8*35 Adelaide ? wrival S'SO . 10-45 | 1'15 j 3-00 5-00 6-45 Pobt Divison. — Sunday Trains. ? ? down. ? ' A.dtiaidc ? ...departure s-00 j 1-90 3-30 i 5-30 Rowden ? „ 9Q4 1*34 3*34 SSt IVoodville ? ? 9-12 1*42 3*42 5'42 siberton ? ? 9-20 1-50 3-50 5-50 Port ? arrival. 9-30 t 2-00 4-00 6-00 ? CP ? Port ? departuro 10-00 ' 2-20 4*39 6-30 Alberton ? ? ? „ H'tK i 2-24 4'34 t-34 \Vot-d\Tlle ? 10'12 2-42 4-42. 6*42 Bow-den ? ? ? 10-20 2-40 4-50 e-50 Adelaide ? „ ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 27 October 1866

Eheumatism and Pains in the Lunbs. — Muscular pains are sometimes insufferably dis tressing. Though they may not impair the general health at first, ultimately such may be ' their effect if permitted to continue unrelieved. It should be geuerally-knowiithat, after fomen tation with warm salt and water, Holloway's Ointment, well rubbed upon the afflicted part twice a-day, gives infinite ease and secures ultimate recovery. Holloway's Pills should also be taken to assist in the cure. They pre. vent all weak and numb feelings, so apt tQ prevail ^fter- neuralgic and rheumatic attacks Many, after suffering martyrdom from sever^ attacks of rheumatism,- and obtaining no relief were quickly cured by these medicines. '

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VINEYARDS AND WINE-MAKING. TREATMENT OF WINES IN THE CASK. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 27 October 1866

VHSEYAKDS a-t- TTCN&MA&ESG. TREATMENT OF WI5[ES.' IN THE CAS& xselora describing the fj^ire manage ment of t'he, wines in the cask, J think, it will make the subject better understood if I explain tha reasons for the. directions I am about to give. This I shall endea-. j vor to do in a very few words. j In all grapes there are two distinct substances- upon which the fermentation ' chiefly depends. .The first is a kind of ' sugar, and the seconi is $ substance haying the qualities of yeast or leaven, i In; the fermentation of the juice of the grape, the yeast acts upon the sugar, and converts it into spirit. In well-ripened grapes, such as are produced in very waiia enmities, auu are proper ior wine, there is . a greater proportion of sugar than of yeast. But in. those grapes which are not so proper for wine, and in the grapes of colder climates and of young vines, there is a greater proportion of the ' yesast than of the sugar. When therein » greater proporti...

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WILLIAMSTOWN. October 25th, 1866. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 27 October 1866

WILLIAMST0W1T. {From cur^own Correspondent.) October 25 th, 1866. Ort Thursday last, as Sirs. Wills, of this township, was riding across the. school reserve, the horse Buddenly took: fright, throwing its rider Tioleritly to the ground, and in making niff placed One of? its feet on the lady's chest. She was. promptly removed to Mr. Andrew's store, j where every attention was paid her, until recovered sufficiently to be removed; home. 1 understand she is now out of. danger and progressing favourably. j Mr. Maughan, whose name is so well, knev/n throughout the colony, . will deliver a lecfcare in the District School-: room, early in next month, the proceeds^ to be devoted to the fends of the. Mechiiixcs Institute. v i The weather lately has been most: cnangeaoie, on TRursoay tasi. a vnaent; thunder storm passed over this place; accompanied by nail, some of 'the icicles' which fell being iupwards of four inches in cii-cuinferenee. i have not heard of; any serious damage being d:one in t...

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Farmers Column. CUBING FORK AND BACON. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 27 October 1866

[?] eUBHTG POBE AND BACON. J . As mo£t .of us ar« ioud of a piece of -plckled j pork, we will tuive just buH-ardozen words npon j this part of our subject tmfore we^ pe»t jrf J6»lt- j log ia«|. 3^6^ family oBethemoAeonv^^^^s^lfora^^is^ that ranging about: 8 st. of 14 lb.- ^r it is inan^e- ^ ahle in all its etages and palatable too. ' little : trouble need be taken with this sized pork. ; 3Hll;in wljweathei^ ^dJ^g;^^ all . cut down next morning, taluag; the head off first close to the ears ; split thc bead down the centre, taking away from it the eyes and^braine, and if the weather be not in every respect satis factory, take away alsa the hones and carriages of tite nose, which' are usually a repository for blood; when, divided and opened, sprinkle a handful of salt upon the halves, and encourage ' the. Jriood to leave it as quickly as possible ' after a day or two the head may. be well hand-* rubbed* and, plax^m th?( barrel or lot with the other porfc tAfte? ^utraog down, the carcas...

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PARLIAMENTARY PROCEEDINGS FOR THE WEEK. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 23. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 27 October 1866

PA1?LT A nRIETlTlsras FOB, 3W%MSEL LEGISLATIVE COUKeiL. Tcesdai, Gcxqbee 23. 'j* ' Hon.- J. H; iBaitoic««aerS« I lug^ motdota for the constracljon of imiiToarts aftonynmq amendments had been, introduced. ^^e. Tel|n^ih'lBilI wag 'j^sad tEe Becoirf ' '-^e idm^tataon ttf »SaBa^Bl-d ABthttg-JBill 4,-Lk ? ? J _ 1 ^ - wnoacMui 4diB ? mmi miuh - anu \~£^. k. ^ ^ A^coiTOapbndence^n l&ttfts and a by-law fit JWrH *' laid) *ftMmnwaannip' ' of ^ -. Public .iWfeik&i ?' x{-: ? fTfee ' kepi? ri;'.; ^M'dimmtfcee^ - t^ Criiiunal - - . -PrceeedpreBillW^ adopted, °

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Varieties. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 27 October 1866

, fatittits. Very Scientific. — ^We have written to Mr. Darwin to enquire if it is possible, under his theory of development, for a bay pony ever to become a seahorse. — Punch. A Western paper strikes the names of two subscribers from its list because they wore recently hung. '.The publisher said he was compelled to be* severe, because he did not know their present address. - A traveller lately, describing1 a tropica shower, wrote to a friend in the following words : — ' The rain-drops were exceedingly large, varying in size from a shilling -to elghteenpen.ee.' A countryman who was charged with ten gallons of whisky, which a grocer put in an eight-gallon .keg, said, he ' didn't mind th^r money overcharged so much as pie did .the strain on the keg.' An Irishman giving his testimony In one of ihe Dublin police conrts a few days ago in a j riot case, said, '* Oh, your honor, the first man. I saw coming at me when I got up was two j ttricsoais. An Irishman was riding with a rogue, who, ...

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WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 24. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 27 October 1866

WaatwsiiaDA'y. Octoete '24. ? ^ A writ-Tvas directed to issue for a n&r taon' to supply 13ie~ vicaji(5y occa^oned ? by tSia J resignation of Mr. Davenport. - '-''-iv-- A; giotk«L .for a yfttinrn of all 'eprub lands efisH'ng TfiSiln Efofadrjads fcy H. Barrow uras cariied v /Mie TestamentSiy Causes^Bill -was read-fee - ? :^lraf: txma Amendments -were 'made in Committee fo ' theliimitation of Suits Actions ; Bd^, and the repor^ sras adopted. v The Criminal Proceedure Amendment Pill ~ Was read the third jtime anS^passed. The Third J ndge'Bill was discue^ed in Com mittee. v i ' .. V ybe Violence to persons- Bill was read tKn third'tucte, fend pa®iedrtJirbiQgli Gbntinittee. : -

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