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MEMS. FROM THE MUDHOLE. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 10 November 1866

MEIffiS:^ ^ TOplt WE f - *{Froin our own Coireq-ondent.) ? Stagnation reigns supreme ! and thefe is irjery litBe to ii^ike iibtes o£ . Scarcely an^hing happenB exbept now^ and then ' a gratis feed 'on board aiai *' Orient' liin».. to which hungry people come in swarms, and eat and drink as they always hare done and always will do, '^ud onakie the I pld speeches, And. stipMrp; ®§piy jud ?the ipld sfyle, al;d they gq doiyii to j the Lightship, and a lot pi them are nice and sick, and enjpy themselves amazingly, and it doesn't £ost anything. It is astonishing) or oiily amusing, that there i is an extraordinary sameness in the physiognomy of the visitors — there is the same mail With the i^me appetite comes regularly at the same $ime, pays the same compliments, gives the same toast of $he stipperTe health (in return for alj his dinijers, &c.), is the same jolly fellow, $nd goes ashore i$ the same happy qtate as he has doi^e for ages. Jiike the gld war horse, 'he -niSeth the vian...

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FREELING. November 8. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 10 November 1866

FREKLINGr. (From a correspondent.') . jNovember 8. Thjfe liieetihg called for formitig a District Oouncll again fallen through. In the afternoon Mr. T. Chesson was j?alled to the ch&ir. Mr. C. Ma^donald proposed, and Mr. Barrow seconded, that under th© present circumstaii£es O'f the thin attendance to form a District Council \yas premature. It was pro posed by Mr. M. Kenny, and seconded by Mr. Victor, that \ye form ourselves into a l)ietrict Council, with Freelii^g for the cjentre. On thje Chairman putr ting the question to the meeting %qme inti'^de^s vrere found, ai^d a division, yras called for, which led to a dissolution of the meeting; There was also a meeting of $he Light Partners' Club, to take into consideration the candidates for the forthcoming election, fetters were re^d by the Secretary from gentlemen dqjjrn South, and a resolution was passed, requesting Mr. It. Smith, of O'Halloran Hill, tp state his views, and if in accordance with tie 'views of the Club tp give...

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LYNDOCH. November 7. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 10 November 1866

;.:;:'r';lvx:?pppQe|L ' . rFroma Correspondent.! , rTfoy«inb& 7. .. 35ie principal &eue «f jcsnfenialion jhere : ^^he mmes and^. t^ crops, t^ pro^-e6ts pf ? The quartz-crushing appqrefrgs, for the ' Lyndocli ValJ^y mine is nctw oA &e ground, ] and will as speedily as -possible , commence' j operations. Captain Haipmat is now busy clearing out his old mine whioh was worked by him in search of copper sev&fcil-ye^is ago, and named *?The £nteipri@e^' 'Ehere is also a mine adjoining the Lyndoch yalley, worked, -I lindprstq^d, by a Melbourne company. Mr. HipyrelJ. is sinking on his lani near the township'. He is down 5.0 feet. Some -of the quartz obtained by him has been -crushed, and ! yielded at tlie rate of two and a half ounces to the ton, - If gold can be found in such quantity : here, it is to be hoped that we shall soon have some in the shape of money in (circulation ; at present it is almost ip^possfjale to get hold -?f imy. The crops are looking fi...

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TOLLBARS. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 10 November 1866

TO£LBAiiS. f ' ?» r'. t 1' ; f i$- ? t'-v^ -fctif!?*-- . T~-r. 1 30 THE SMIOt ? Sir — 13j»e residt'Of th^ .tMra riding ipfithe : Tolls Act Repeal £i& did ^ti iierminw.te *0/ satisfocty-rily as eome.iion. men^iess s#^med to S^ti-4p9te by being absent fr^pi their plaoes; when they ^iould have hewi present, . But I suppose tills is to be accounted for by theie being* majority at the second reading, they fe|l themselves so very seoure for the third one that they did not coiisider it worth .whilo to attend. The Editor of the Advertiser, too, I - ifnagine, must be a little Chagrined ai thg sesultfif *the third-reading after penning th© leading article of Nqv, 2nd. ' The Assembly in my opinion have done qnite right in carrying Mr. Blight's amend ment in preference to Mr. Strai^frays's motion. I was plea^. to see there was suffi cient integrity and hpiiesty of purpose existing in the minds of a majority of hon. members present on NoT^nber 2nd as to reject thp tjiiid reading. ' . Why...

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WALLAROO. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 10 November 1866

WALLAEOO. 'We observed a fine wagon load of hay. , about, tw.o tons, brought into ..the ..town-. - ship yesterday by Mr. Keid, of Green's j Plains. 'We. understand it was sold at the rate of i66 ^ ton. This fcugurs well for future supplies of horsefeed grown : on the Peninsula. A young man name*d Martin, who has i been for some lime past in the employ of ; the Eaihvay Cpmpany, was arrested y esterr : day afternoon by Corporal Besley on the i charge of having been concerned in a ' sticking-up case at Adelaide some time agp. AVe ?arp informed Martin admits j having for a lark joined eioi&e other young I fcllo^s in1 an attempt to frighten people I by oydering them to -'stand and deliver.' \ A fi-ieiidly match at che^s has been , playing recently, by telegraph, between ; two gentlemen in Adelaide and two in Wallaroo. Two long evenings have been ? devoted to the game, which is not yet concluded. It spe.aks highly in favor of; 'Wallanoo whep two pf the best players ill Adelaide ha...

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LOCAL COURT CAUSE LIST. TUESDAY. NOVEMBER 13. UNSATISFIED JUDGMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 10 November 1866

LOCAL COURT CAUSE LIST. Tvesdat, November 13. ? ? XTTf R ftTTJSFJED JPPGMEKI8. Fopham v, Webb. Warren v. Long. SEFESDED C^SES. Lewis v. Wilcox.

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GAWLER POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 6. [Before Mr. R. J. Turner, S.M.] [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 10 November 1866

GAWLKK FQIiCE COURT. Tcssdvt^ HJofJaiEZR 6. j T Before Mr. E. j. Turner, S.M.1 ] |Pna v. Weston O'Nbiis Qq&maf, ^E. Hannah, and $. H*3STNAJe.— The defendants ?we^e charged by Mr- 5s.ipes Pile *itn cutting ahd taking away two Jjees on or *bovt Ike 24th October. - — Mr. l&udall appeaz^ lorplaajaiifi^ Mr. Lewis for Westen and O'Xeil. Ja-«es Pile, cl Bectwlth, deposed that : *' le owned a 'section on Gawler Hitl, which he ?descobed. Witness recentlyfrom information lie hid received visited the section, and found two wattle-trees had lately been cut with a 'handsaw. Saw the trees on premises belong : ? ' ing to X^Neil, the cut parts corresponding witti -the trunks of t3ie cut trees on plaintiff s section. CLhe trees were produced in Court.) Witness ha, I no doabt of the trees being those removed fron his section. The defimdantA i were fiapgpd. in ia contract for the District Council, ? I ? ? jwmiiriftil IKy ^Wr; I^wi^-The -316' *r*oa with the 0nti8 On the fevehirig of' t^...

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GAWLER INSTITUTE. COMMITTEE MEETING. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 6. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 10 November 1866

iGAWLEE i3STgTITUTE. ?COMMITTEE MEETING. Teisi&t, November '6. Pr«Sfeiit— Dr. Nott ?(in the chair), Messrs, ; ®etton ( rreasnra^, W. K. Lewis (Secretary), Mold, Thorap, Buifett, and Gordon. The ihmutes of the preceding meeting were read and Confirmed 5he -Secretary repeftrtfed he had returhfed ' to My. Tenng the account for refreshments at ' the draikatic entertainment produced at the ; las'; touting, and that he had received a lettef I from JSx. ioung in r^pry, expressing himself - insulted, and stating that he woiild take pro )«eediegs is the patter if Eetsssajy. The' matter was referred to Dr. Nott. and Messrs. I Burkitt and Lewis, to enquire irrto, afed Report XKi it. ; waS te$o5ved that Bie efiSnery, a&d other . Stage property belonging to t$« Institute : should he tak^ down and disposed of. Accounts were passed for payment, amount- : ing to £18 9s. 7d. It was resolved that the new map of Australia, by Fu^sell, on roller, be purchased for the Institute. Dr. Nott...

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GAWLER CORPORATION. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 7. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 10 November 1866

GAWLER CORPORATION. Wedsssdat, Novrmbee -7. ] Present — Councillor Clement ( Acting Mayor), Mold, Young,' Finch, and Deland. An spplogy for non-attendance was read from Councillor Loutit. A letter was received from Messrs. TL Clark -fb Son, asking permission to erect a tent on tlie Park Lands on the ensuing Friday, 9th Novem ber, OJJ occasion of a cricket piatch oeing held there. Granted, subject *0 all debris hciug immediately cleared away. A letter was rend from Mr. Mankey, request ing to be allowed to erect a bridge across the opening to ius premises. 'JPhe request was granted, subject t » the work being approved by the Public Works Committee. The Committee of Public Works reported having fix^d the height of curb of footpath opposite the Old Bushman premises, to be 30 . inches ahorejthe crown of the road, the footpath ' to be fight ieet widi. rise of footpath fropi outer edge of curb, three inches. Messrs. Peu & Gray requested permission to erect a bridge in froctt of M^....

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Farmers' Column. CHEESEMAKING. (Concluded.) [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 17 November 1866

r Column. CHERSEMAKIRG. [?] _ Ito wpal qnahtj of cheeee made in ; Yictonii is bom aa whole-milk cheese, that is, choose made of ailk whieh has' not been ekimtoed. In the morning the milking ia proceeded inn' as expedi- ; tioudj as possible, and poured at once , through a fiue hair eeivo, placed on the barrow, into the steeping tub, or the laigo tab commonly used for mi™g the WDBflt with the milk. A largo cloth to cover the whole, to prevent any . ?dirt or foreign matter from getting in. Hie temperature preferred is- about 90° : if below 85°, a portion of the tbilk is usually wanned in one of the milk dishes, and mixed with the mass until the desired heat is obtained. This part of the first operation is looked -upon as of importance -by our principal makers, for the reason that if the milk be not warm enough when the rennet ia put to it, the curd will be tender, and the cheese &} t to bulge out at the sides ; and if too hot it will cause a swelling or 4* heaving' in the chees...

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Varieties. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 17 November 1866

Ssritfes. When assy two persona be aaid to be hal£ aittedl*— When Uwy have an betweeathem. An Irishman was challenged to fight a dael bat deobned on tbo plea that he did not wish ** lave his taid mucher an orphan.' A yoang man aJvertisos for a situation a a BOn-in-laW in a MinaetaMA funilv W.u-M have no oljetikut, he says, to go a ahort dia tance into the oountty. A Scotch BalL — Colonel Sykee, the member for Aberdeen, lately made onqairies in the House minting to the murder of 'the American consul* and four ot her Europeans,' in ChiiML A gentleman, whose eon, a clerk in the French Treasury, died sudaenly, wrote to the chief of the department in these words : ? 'Mr. — presents his compliments, and trusts that sadden death will sufficiently excuse the non-attendance of his son.' Thackeray used to tell of an Irishwoman begging alms from him, who, when she saw him put his hand in his pocket, cried out, 'May the blessing of God follow you all your life!' bat what he only palled oat his ...

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Poet's Corner. MOTHERS' WORK. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 17 November 1866

3|tds -§8tittr. - MOTHERS' WORK. Bachelor, mho liveein a fsa^y whssa take aobOardscs.**) ? Toffia^ all daj Hka % galley alava, 'XtmxMmg the UUle biau how to behaves '.'??fW cidsr oaaa jgnarnl and light, aBdcnilBf wiftall their might; AraaUag and braahmg and blowing their SM*istheM*ha«awa(ktm the day okaea. t^wiact^xiaBtaiat^airlMBtpaatstoin. 3VMda|«aiwclAoi«ib imna paiteia^ tooosuat the atttche^ ^wiac alike ttsboye and the breeohesj U'haakfalia heart when thoj-xe oat the w^y, ^sAhawlka'lililiid^f by day. SaadlBf eauh night gmwsil arAin bed, l^Bgiag to hear the laat ward said s Wktoag tham hap^ in heaven above, \fiik attfha warmth oC» ?tothur'e love 5 Hum maj Um good angels be thankftil alway ^hatthqr never work like uotheiaall day.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 17 November 1866

SALE OF CBOWff LANDS Thursday, November 29, 1866. Giowb lands OBoe, Adelaide. October 1T,186«, 'VTOTICE It hereby given that the following ' portions** Grown Lands will be offered for sal* by publio auction, at the Land Office, Adelaide, oa Thursday, tho twenty-ninth day odionaUr, 1868, at e-w en of the dock in the foraxxn, at tita onset price- affixed to each lot respectively, on the terms and conditions and under -Him provisions of «a Act of the Parlia ment of South' Australia, passed in the twenty ?first year of Her Majesty's reign, intituled 'An Act for regulating the sale and oilier disposal of Waste Lands belonging tb the Crown in South Australia.' Deposit, twenty per cent. 'WILLIAM MILNk, Commissioner of Crown Lands, and Immigration. Sdbukbah Sbxtoohb. County Daly — Suburban to the Townships of Moonta and Port Hughos, Hundred, of Wallaroo. Sec. Acres. Fnoe. 142 6 £12 243 5 10 144 6 10 145 6 10 146 6 10 147 6 10 148 « 10 149 5 10 150 5 10 151 6 10 152 6 10 158 61 13 154 4 8 15...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 17 November 1866

Ophthalmic Hospital, Gawler. rLIS Establishment is now open for the reception of PATIENTS suffering from Diseases of the ^jaM^wwlutioBi otoj ouxuing Iwfon 11 o'elodk. Itivaidaa, * 1-b- HOME rOl'HAM, J

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THE GAWLER MARKETS. Bunyip Office, Friday Evening. GRAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 17 November 1866

THE GAWLER MAllkETS. Btmyip Office, Friday Evening. GRATTV. Business in the townAip has been all but | stagnant during the past week ; the dullness j being in part attributable to the rural population | having been engrossed in farming uperatious, j Wheat — not much offering. Latest quota- ! tions, 3s. 8d. per busheL ' i Flour 26s. per bag, JBIG 10s. per ton. J Bran, Is. 3d^ retail Is. &d. Pollard, Is. 6d. j Barley and Oats none offering. ' Fowls* Corn, Ss 6d per buehel ; : Bread, Sib loaf, 4d. Dairy I'koddcb. - ' . i Butter, la, Sd. per lb. ] JEgge, lOd. per doz. |

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VINEYARDS AND WINE- MAKING. WINE CELLARS. WHITE WINES. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 17 November 1866

¥l2fgrA^RDS M) W£N E-^AKIHTG, WJNE CEJJjABS. WHITE WISES. ; With regard to the descriptiou and condition of the celiaris whers wine can ^be most advantageously kept. A gootl trme cellar ongbt to be 'kept as cool as possible, and « either too 'dry iior too niaist. - it ought to bare few windows, J - ? ? ? . -u *1 ? «? ? m very email aimensions. and. opening ;to tha -aontk It ongbt 'to bo sheltered as much as possible from tbo lieat of tie sun and from hot winds, aa$ - ?be at a distance from any fires, for all changes in tha temperatare ef tbe air of the cellar bafe a tendency to cans 3 tbo wine to reaew its fermentation. 1 Another very nebesgary precaution is, tbat tbe 'cellar 'where tbe Tyine is kept, aa well as where it |s njade, should not bo 'near an}' -stable or ^ungbUl, -er. H£ the neigbborbood of any bad snieM wbat^ven. jFor it ie not only Tiecessjiry that tbo yesseis used for 'making and keeping tbo ' '* wire should be perfectly cloanantl sweet, but tbat the greatest , possib...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 17 November 1866

DEATH. CLEMENT.— -On the 16th November at Gawler, South Australia, after a severe afflic tion, borne with Christian resignation, Sarah Woodward, the beloved wife of Edward CJemeut, late of Boston, in the County of Lincoln, England, agped 35 years, 'Blessed are the dead that die in the Lord.' Lincoln shire papers please copy. j GAWLER: SATURDAY, NOV. 1% idfe.

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ENGLISH EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 17 November 1866

ENGLISH EXTEACT& A CniLn Mrrbbr in the Seven l-rAis. ? 'At Bow-street p.olipe-court, John -fiichard Jeffervs was brought up a fejv dj^ys ago oa the ciiarge of cinrderinn his son, 'Richasd Arthur Jefferya, a boy between seven and eight years of age. The ^prisoner had been arrested at Halifax, in Yorkshire, where he had surrendered upon his own confession. The police hai been in pursuit of him siaee July 30. wheu xhe body of the murdered child was found suspended' by the. neck, and with his hands tied behind him, in a cellar of a house in tiie Seven JBitfls. It was apparent -from tfce -condition ---F the body th it the cruel faihee tied its hands behiud, and literally acted the part of executioner of his o?rp child, holding his legs, and forcing down bis body to complete the strangulation of the poor boy. He took away the child -from its grandmother the previous night, atul was heard to tell the boy he was going a long journey, and would never return. The father and mother wer...

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OUR MUNICIPAL ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 17 November 1866

OUR MUNICIPAL ELECTION. R&&&X.Y the people of Gawler are a most passive and UMexcitable body of men, as far as political and municipal matters are concerned, During the last : Few months' the thickly populated valley *rhose inhabitants formerly took the lead iu matters political and social, has fallen into a si umber as general and profound as if the atmosphere of *' Sleepy Hollow ' had found its way across the Pacific, and located itself on the banks of the Gawler and South Para Rivers. Not long since five vacancies were required to be filled in the Legislative Council, a number so large in proportion to that of the whole chamber that the new members might bj possibility exercise a direct influence on the decisions of the Council, for good or evil ; yet 110 mteting -was held to discuss the merits of the various candidates, and very few rotes were tendered when the election toot place. This apathetic inattention to public matters is not creditable to t-ny pla...

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INQUEST AT KINGFORD. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 17 November 1866

INQUEST AT KI - *On Thnrtday, ihe «tti in^ an lngnest was held it Kingford, before ^rt It J. Tiirn^ S.^ on the body of JVederick St^^irxHi,* who vis found ?Seafl iu bis ' garden ou the jrvubs 1 . i ~ The of itbe depewed, Hemard Steimn, staled ^uttlieiar|itR fairer -at dinueivcime ion Wediipsday aiiotrt ibe 8atnc«s ususi. . Abont fi ovtiiixsk in the eveukig witness found lata^n the S»rtien -aead. 4ie Was lyiijg o«^is Went; for' aasistiaicc to ' ren»oyg fhe ' body indoors, j Afterwards went fer 5»lic& Witness's' isther had -suffered ffw» a 'wound -en bishead for IS years, 'fie wns not worse than aseali#n: ihe -^r tff his death. ; L'rsette Steirzin, widow of the deceased, stated ; ?that ber husband had had a wound in his bead for IS yeers. Saw him at dinner, and also «t'4 o'clook in the afternoon, when they 3utel -coffee *tog^h&-.' ^awdepectsed afterwanls proceeding; to tl^e garden, lie etud be was going 'fta «dig among vthe^tf^, hnd witaess saw him there.. Was with ?JC...

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