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NEWS BY THE LATE MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 17 November 1866

THE LATEamM^LI ms i«gi^ds the hit ' thfe Jiail St«amer and Slot the exertion. The | Balcluthp. Teached Port Adelaide on Saturday last, an unfortuaxateday Tor but,asi8«ur oustom^Hi; BBflh.pccasioiji^ we published a second 'edition on Sat^-1 .day afternoon, jand circulated it as ? -ex- tensively as was practicable. The news as regards the world and the present moment is pacific. The treaty , of. peacfe- between. Austria,. apd Prussia liad been signed and ratified, and the territory «6f .the JFormer. power was clear of the troops of tUe letter, Arr ranginents with regard to the other German powers had-also been concluded The treaty . between Austria and Italy had also been signed. The Emperor of France was about- to withdraw his troops from Italy, and the Pope . and ?his' sup pprters .appeared to apprehend serious ^ 'consequences from their departure. The ' health of N apoleon appeared tp be rapidly declining. Amcr.can affairs had a veiy unsettled appearance. -The ^election of Pipeside...

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AMATEUR CHRISTY'S CONCERT AT THE ADELAIDE TOWN HALL. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 17 November 1866

AT THE ADELAIBE TOWN HALL. 1 . TO THE KD1TOB. _ As this entertalBment Jwas nuder sndi distinguisbed patremaige, I adopted the jgniae 1 of a moit&l, --and att^ded ^unotnaUy .ai o,-dockl past as the Bhow 55*^ -about pd isom-j ?menoe^' The ball'was bomfoxtably' £Dled with : a highly Teapf^taiblo andien^^hp ^Il eee^ed^ be^t jaa Zexsa&nait&ig ^ ? WelL ^jn0o^^4^^b^l'i«yr. and' ..-fche' Chxi^^s nled on to -i^^laiifonn isomewbat ^rl^t^rlyV aiid befere taMug tiieir ^eatg sang' ^Cted' Ble^ t3ie Prince of Wales™ in tole«bty ^ood style, excepting' th&t thegeotleiian who aut-g the Jiret aelo was alitele tueby. .Next the instrumental portion --3 i&e ?com- pany went through Jtheoyerfcure to the ''-Cdiph of Bagdad,' but thp'first'yiolin was esceedin^y flat, and galloped 011 as if be were in u hurry to get iihrough with it. Tl%was followed .by the 'Gipsies' Chorus' frop) the ' Bohemia^ .0ifl,* sang -without iqin-3i regard to piano or i^rjse parts. i (Mr. T. Mo...

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SUPPER TO THE GAWLER BAND. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 17 November 1866

SUPPER TO THE GAWLER BAND. On last evening (Triday) the members of the Gawler Band were entertained by. Mr. Joseph Young of the Old Spot Hotel, Ga*]or, to what was called a supper, .but was in fact an ele gant late dinner. There were many quests bqaides the members of the Band, most of teem having been connected with the oldGswler force. The company consisted of about fifty. The dinner, dessert, and wines were of excel lent quality, and served in excellent styles Mr. Jaipes Martin, M.P., 'occupied the chair, and Dr. Nott the vice-chair. We regret that .the ti.ct of the meeting taking place so immediate ly before our going to pnsgs will prevent oar giving other than a very imperfect sketch of what occurred. Tbe Chaibkak- proposed ' The Queen.' God Save the Queen by the band. The toast was f oUowed by ' The Prince- and Princess of Wales and the remainder of the Royal Family.' ' Rule Britannia.' Song by Mr. Stott. Piece of musie by the baud. ' The March of the -Cameron Men/' -y Mr. Kin...

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STARTLING NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 17 November 1866

-KEWS. ^Ittur ^Bunny— 'I endsae .'ye^u ?sotno -staging new*: — . . -« {£t. TTorsier has been loe^itig for a house and garnishing it.' « „ '*l ®(.r. S'onterlt new settled at Sutton. ?♦^Slr. Torstar )bM Aot taken a nouse ae Sntton.' — (Vide && sfier 12th and ISthinsts. Curious -yaat.— The Albert Bells were not rung -in honor of the 'Prince of Wale-? Birth3ay ; but they wUI'be fcr the next muffin struggle. ¥our» trtily, PiiUNNT'BUOT. Adelaide, ivyrember 14.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 17 November 1866

PH(BN IX FOU N^RY, GAWLEB, WOtTLD beg t« call attention to thfelr^BS|i^^CLASS CLI3TCH MOTION PS i z 'E: R EAPI ? ? .or iRrhidi they were awarded i ' lIHfiT PEI2B at the Gawler Agricultural and Horticultural Socieity 'b Reaping Match in Dec. 1861. THE FIRST PRI2E &t the Gawler Agricultural and Horticultural ^ociety'B Reaping Match in Dec. 1863. ^ THE FIRST PR I Z E . t 1 at the Gawler Agricultural and Horticultural Society's Show in March 1866 ; and 0 N T H E C Hi L L E N'G E M A T C 11 I (STAKES ^10a- held at Salisbury in January 1862. : In fac^b, whenever MARTIN & LOUTIT have entered their Machines at a Matqh, they ii$re been awarded - THE f IRST PRIZE. ||y These Machines are of the strongest yet lightest make, and iht .Clutch Motion can btcovfidently recommended, hatting given universal satisfaction during puree years. ? ' ' 1 .r-'- 1 .i MAS'ilN & LODTIT Having at great expense erected an extensive Plant of first-rate Machinery, and employing only the best ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 17 November 1866

'W. BAftNET'S, ' JBunyiv ITewspaper; - ^OfScej; Mirfray-str&st, Gawler. ' *f ftt -*» ' , ' '' ^ that , ; ? ^i^iiiai& ffiaiw'ir *'* f' V? '! ' / ' ' ?totAKym ;,;... ' ' . ^ Anlpwijuit:: V- 'J. Amusemeutvthe Book of AdkJto^cf J eudsh Lih . Arbgtt . ? . ? 'i tan . ' ' **' Aaul Hffle's Ebymea ?Ausler, Walton's - :-? - AfcreriainisiJ Afflicted Man's Companion Alexander BtShuae, m ? moire of Adventure* of* Dog Ataao»t,or Crookcdiwaya AmkaUr ttaMuv. 3 -vols. - - - JLdventarw of Captain , £Iik» -?-?.-?- Antoatna. or t3te FiS of j&qme... Ihtms' Songs find Foens* SiitandaBfiiatonda Boy 'SnOwnStarjr Boot Bremer^ Works '*'?-? ?ffiibl^ tyMPtractta : v ,???? Baptismal. Foot, -7 Dr. Boy s Oro Book of Boats ^BrevrorYFamily . Buchao's Domestic Medi cine —*---??- Billiard^ by Captain Craw ley Bunn Hoase -. ?'? ? Boy'* 'Hindy Book ot Games - - ' v ®asy. Hands, and Patient neons . , , , . -Broken Sward Burgomaster of Berlin Botany, Pietorial Kdition BautI of Christian Graces Bos...

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

Fjineral Jfotice FSIENDS are respectfully ittforcced that the FUNERAL of the late Mrs. E, CLEMENT, Gawler, will lesvo her -late R^sidwcse, Jacob-street, »t.S oxilock .SUNDAY AFTERNOON fey the New Cemeteiy. (JOHN* FINCH, Undertaker. November 16, 18B6.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 17 November 1866

c a W-eai»eadiiy. goywaber , . ? .' rfi AT 3^COMMERCIALHOTEL,«AWLER. .^ALCAE^S HOUSE AND w, . GAVV! iEK. , A LARGE QljiSnriTy iOF C^l3fl35G: PARCY A#Ii- ORNAMENTAL j$OGjP§. ,/ ' WOBKBOXES, DESKS, jfeu f f - nHABLESTIDW^NieiflB^cWd by the Assignees R©berta,an Insolvent, to «ell fry jjwstjon, as above, ,oni Wednesday, Novem&sr 21, at 2 p Gcnjioenaal Hotel, ^awlerr— Iftjetl All , that yahiahle Newly*byiit ^tonft D.WKLLING^tnated in JIUKEAT-S^SSfiS, .GAWLER^risistipg Three Jtao&s, Stafcteji .OsachrJUwse^&e., £jAsta»tially.£»i4aeed, being the AUotjmwit m-0a$rler #£astNo. 2S0,.«tjiit-' js ^cost healthily situated. ^IheK- iB « rerj Jarg«Tank,ajid portion of the Jkand is.laid.ontas a .Garden, -ptented .withftlwica R^W 3B& pJ^Nr Trees. ., iieo, AH thai other Allo^paent No. 309, imme^ diately at the rear of iie last-samed Allot ment, also substantially fenced. : .For pafticjulaops jrb toTitle,.&c., apply toX -£$udaU, JBsq., solicitor, Gawler. - ' ^n^stt...

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WILLAMSTOWN. November 18th. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 17 November 1866

^TILLIAMSTOWX. rProm a Correspondent.'! Novemher ISth. Y&r.°Maughan delivered a lecture in the dis trice schoolroom on fhursday last, subject. 'Wonderful discoveries '» heat.' The lecture , was listened .to witlji -great attentioa by the: audience, acid occasionally elicited loud bur.ts of laughter by his anecdotes, but the frowning scene of the evening ^consisted in the production j of what he facetiously termed his Betty. ' ? The Chairman (Joint Warren, EsqO.then pro posed a vote of thanks Co tbe lecturer, rrm«h was seconded by Mr. Wilson, aad heartily Tss ponded to by the audience. The Sth passed oS iu a somewhat brilliant manner in this township, a pyrotechnic display , being got up regardless of expense by a 6tore- ' keeper, liockct* were »een ascending and burst ing in ten thousand hriHiant stars in all direc tioos to the intense surprise and gratification of tbe neighboiiijg settlers. I am proud '-to be able to state that not a -eiagle aeeident took place. - All excit...

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PORT GAWLER EAST. November 12th. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 17 November 1866

^ -j. ;^e ? POST ^ASTr^w (From a correspondent.) November ISA. Hay-making is finished here with the .excep tion of stacking, ant} .that is .likely to pe retarded for some time by tfee strnnjr,. * rather. It 3\as windy and damp these last few days, ajid very cold for this time of year. The average yield per acre of hay will I tiling be about, ajton to the acre j in some ease* it far exv^eeds this, but, on the other hand, there has been a eood deal of self-sown cut, which strips rather light, j ' The wheat crops look very promising at prer sent, and there is every j»roep«^$ of a good har | veSt. I think the average will be about 12 or 43 bushels to the acrs, a wide difference be tween this and last year, whf n the ayeragfe was ; not more than 5$ bushels per acre. In socse cases smu$ fs very prevalent in this. neighbor- hood, and also ears that have neyvr come lo per fection. Some of the farmers call them dt^if ears and others blin l. They might jn well pall them dumb, and then they wo...

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TEATREE GULLY POLICE COURT. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 7. [Before Mr. R. J. Turner, S.M.] [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 17 November 1866

TEATEEE GULLY POLICE COUBT. ' WXSNXSDAT, NOTSUBEB 7. [Before Mr. E. J. Turner, S.M.J — Edwards was charged with stealing woo4» - and pleaded not guilty. - Stephen Hecry Stephens, laborer, residue near Anstey'.s &iU, stated thai he occupied Section 5$32 in the district Higberoomhc. On the 14th Oetohsr saw the defendant take a bunilepf wood from his section, about hall a hundredweight, tied round with twine. De fendant carried it to his o«rn home. The value of the wood was about ).«, The wood fallen from trees. The informant, in reply to defendant, stated that ^ie might have said 12 er 18 months that he 'was welcome to the small wood abo^t. but had sigce . given him a wjfbten notice not- to remove wood or stone. fined Is., and ordered to pay another the yalue of the wood taken.

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TEATREE GULLY LOCAL COURT. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 7. [Before Mr. R. J. Turner, S.M.] [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 17 November 1866

TEATBEE GULLY LOCAL COUKT. WEDHSSDiT, Komsss 7. [Before Mr. fi. J. Turner, S.M.I The Jury lost was confirmed with tbe exception of one nanje, yhj.ch vas struck out. The Highercomhf List was also joopfixmei.

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BISHOP SHELL AT GAWLER. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 17 November 1866

bishop^hmlatgawler.v - * 'T1 a i I n li f ? i aiT fi ii i.fc a-' ? itiiil r»il iwyil IJjiy lYffMCi -fti Seturdi^y la^t by Che visit Of '/^n ^pufui Cat|i--llc^Bh«9 to 'the coaghfktins ctf . w*1m . ^i- Wdship arrived by -the ntidduy tfain/aud Wat *t «th» IBtatioa 4-y v tei^ nnmber of persons on foot, in vehicles, and on horseback, «1^ho received Jrim with much reverence p6d:cor diidity. A proceesakt w&i then fornud, which, &ax- inied bviiis Lon8»WPb Wodeeded throusrh : che totvnthip *o the Clmrcb- Measrsf irohn. SJi^Ewen a na Michael $£gany, on hurteljaefc, PWCeded a oontaiwijg ths Bisfeop, F^her O-Gonuor^d W^ Paj^k JiUku. The flai^u^ wss foUow^ bja nuj»lK«r -oi vehicles *jf 'Various descn^igas, all' of vhich were cwwded with more regard to their carrying cajp'icitieB than to the comfort of the homes them. A|H-ut §0 persons followed oo horSbhack two aud two, and t^e F£&r was i bfoU^htotp. by pedestrians. . A moment after tbe arrival of the proces-1oa the spnj^o...

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GAWLER CORPORATION. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 14. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 17 November 1866

fiAWLER CORPORATION Wk?-N*SJDJ17, XfoYBnBBB 14. Pr«seat-«-Ck-ujgicillQrs JLoutit, Finch,. Jadd^ and Toung. CounciUor Finch was v,-?ted to tbe chak. The minutes of the preceding meeting 9«pe re^da^d conj&rmed. A letter was read from the Central Ro$& Beard-€$i-$tuzing whether the Gawler Corpora* . tion would place a light on the soath«r£ approach to. the Wjllasten ^idge,if the Boaz^. placed one at the Northern end of the bndge. A letter w%s readfKjic I-r. Popham, asking permission to tourn weeds. .Ganted. Sutyedt to tt^3 ugual *xm&tioiia. In reference to tjbe first letter Councillcrt: Ybung moved that consideration of the appli cation of the {Board be deferred till the first meeting df the new Countai, as the present , Counfcil dcxiilat whether the fridge be witfck the boundary of jurisdiction sojf jbhe Gawler l^antcipal CdattciL * Se«onde& by Ctouneillor'Moli, andcarried. 'The Inspector Was instructed to take pro-. eeadings against parM^) fcra^niiyj fi...

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ALK OF THE WAGS. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 17 November 1866

[?] r .Hie House of J&i^bly^ceSM^^ foi^h like the Aurvrs4tiati^,'eefeci^f on thatpoetieal subjefet, the Estimates'; that great advantages willaecrue to this colony- — and to the wOrld — from the fact -tf Mr. Cogliji baving^xed oil the press tbat tb» acquisitive benefit ^derivable from'6R-^icen^Mftw!teGiefln Elation totbe Inmates or tf- oth©r «iirfter, will eetimlite of semi-rational audbi»pedfd humanity ; ibat every par ticle of those conglomerated wacatena fcions tjf eon»eatio^aty ftfed sciuttlla iionatfy eloquenee wblehcoustitute wl#t the boa. gentleman so justly and irrefra eably denominates his own ' unparalleled speech,' should be presented to the public; 'that every syllable of that ''enlightened oratory,' should 'be am berousiy embalmed for the admiration of the present generation, »Vd for the delec tation and astoundation of an ' apprecia tive' posterity, which paunotbe expected to arrive ,tiil hereafter 5 tbat tl§e Senator Collin, wheiiinvariably reported vei-batim ...

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PARLIAMENTARY PROCEEDINGS FOR THE WEEK. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 13. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 17 November 1866

PARLIAMENTARY PROCEEDING® FOR THE WEEK. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL, Tuesday, Novesibee 13. The motion 01 the Hon. J. H. Barrdw for the production .of a return showing the balances of Government accounts at each of the banks. The Payment ot Troops Bill was read the third time' and passed. The Registration of Births and Deaths Bill Was further discussed, and the second reading was adiourned for a week. The Council went into Committee on the Testamentary Causns BilL The House adjourned till the following Thursday. Thursday, Novekbeb 15. Hie Hon. Capt. Bagot moved for returns respecting the Waterworks. The motion was carried. ? The Commissioner of Public. Works laid oh the table the banking retains moved for by' the Hon. J. H. Barrow on the preceding Tiles day, The Murray Customs Bill was read the second time, and carried through Committee. HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY. Tvesday, November 13. Several petitions were presented and ques tions asked and replied to. .a large number of Estimates items- were dis...

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SOUTH AUSTRALIAN RAILWAYS. TIME TABLE. POST DIVISION.—Week-Day Trains. DOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 17 November 1866

SOUTH AUSTRALIAN RAILWAYS. TIME TABLE. Port Division.— ^ Wcek-I-%y Trains. DOWN. Adelaide ? dcpartnivf?-3S 91E 1HI 1-46 3-$- 5 29 no*®en- ? ~ T-34 S IB 1119 144 3*34 5.34 Woodvtlle..... „ 7*3 9-37 11-21 152 3-42 3-33 Albert OH...... „ T'8® 8-36 11-3S 'iDO 3~i0 V49 How. Mrtvl ? ? 9 46 1 11 3*10 4-00 --59 CT. r^ft ? departure 8-a# 1015 12*45 1 2-30 1 «-i» Alberton..- ,. 8-34 1019 12*49 r34 4'34 6*15 \loodrilk.. „ 8-31 10-27 «15 Btmdt-u ? „ * 40 10-35 1-05 1 2-Se 1 4-60 «-35 Adelaide ? arrival 1 1®-4& l is 1 3-00 ' 5-00 --49 1'okt Oivuox. — Sunday Trains. ? POW». ? Adelaide ? .departure s-se F5S 3-30 1 5-30 J*'*?.: ? ' 9'M 3-34 t-34 Moodvillc ? „ 8-« 143 3*2 V43 AlbertOU... ? ? „ IK 1*60 3'5« j 5 50 for* ? - ? arrival- 9-30 «-oo 4-00 { 6-0O cfr ~ ~ Z~ZI i'ort ? ? departure, 10-00 1 3-80* 4-30 6 -so Atberton ? „ 10-94 2 24 4-34 *-34 Vr'oodville ? „ loll 142 4-43 «'4* BowxW-n ? 10-20 2-40 4-5© Adelaide ? ? .. 5-00 j-o^ Hoard use. Adelaide ? ? ? Departaie 8-99 11.4s 1 4.30 North A...

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LOCAL COURT CAUSE LIST. TUESDAY. NOVEMBER 20. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 17 November 1866

LOCAL COURT CAUSE LIST. Tuesday, Novembee 20. . Wilcox v. Keynes (tarthsr particulars) Martin ▼. Austin Same ▼. Goodo Wilkinson v. Coleman. Warren ▼. Long Lewis v. Wilcox Police Court, Pophani v. Mortimer.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 17 November 1866

Hollow at' e Pills. — Wisx Precaution. — The unwholesome vapours and frequent derange the nwiwm.1 economy to an extent, and permanently undermine the health, unless every now and then the blood be purified, the secretions rectified, and the nerves restrung. Holloway's Pills perform these several necessary offices with certainty, safety, and ex pedition. Old and young, robust and feeble, male and feyiale, will find these Pills an un f&ilifcg 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 and correcting influence of Holloway's inesti mable _ medicine, the appetite improves, the digestion gains strength, the liver act° freely, the kidneys secrete abundantly, and 1 alth is tr. imnhant.

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GAWLER LOCAL COURT. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 13. [Before Mr. R. J. Tarner. S.M.] UNSATISFIED JUDGEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 17 November 1866

— ? ? ? — - j GAWLER LOCAL COURT. ; Tu^kcay, 13. [Before Mr. R. J. Tarn«r, UNaj-TISFlED JtJXMJJJXiJTe. Poj-HA.ar v. W kes.— -Plpiatiff did »ot, appear. Case struck out. i Wake#n y. JjQng. — Mr. ^EVmer, for plaintiff, j applied for au a^ounjiuavib. Gbanted. ? ? DKFB!9-K» OJl«_ ? ? ? } Lewis v. W il^ox. — Adjourned for a week by consent of both pai'ties.

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