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SOUTH AUSTRALIAN RAILWAYS. TIME TABLE. Port Division.—Week-Day Trains. DOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 24 November 1866

SOUTH AUSTRALIAN RAILWAYS. TIME TABLE. Port Division.—^ Wcek-D\y Trains. ? ? down. ? ? Adelaide...... departure/? -30 - 9-1C 11-15 ) imo 3-30 5-39 Bowdeu ? „ »-34 | 9-19 1119 1-44 3*34 5.2* Woodvilte ? „ »-42 I 9*37 11*27 j 1*52 3*42 5*33 Alberton ? „ J-60 ; 9-35 11-35 2-00 3-50 5-40 fort, arrival ? ? 8-00 9-45 11-45 i 2*10 4-oat,5-5Q UP. Port ? departure 8SD 1 10*15 12*45 a-30 4*30 ; 6-10 Alberton.... „ 8*24 j 10-19 12-49 2^3* 4-34 6*15 Woodville.. „ 8-33)10-27 12-5T 2'42 442 6*35 Bowden — „ g-40 10-35 1*05 s*50 4-50 6-35 Adelaide — arrival 8*0 ! 10-45 ris s-oo 5-006*45 Post Divison. — Sunday Trains. ? ? powy. ? ? Adelaide ? departure 9-00 1-30 3*30 5-30 : Bowden ? „ 9*04 1*34 3-34 5-34 ' Woodville ? ? 912 1-42 3*42 5*42 ; Alberton ? 9-20 1-50 3-50 5-50 : Fort ? arrival. 9-30 2-QO 4-00 6-00 j ? ? 1 Fort ? departure 10-00 i 2-20 1 4-30 6-3o : Alberton ? „ 10-04 1 2 24 4-34 6-34 Woodville... ? „ 10-12 242 4-42 6'4g Bowden ? ? ? ,. 10-20 2 40 4-50 '6*5lo Adelaide... ? „ ? 10-30 : 2-50...

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Farmers' Column. BOOT CROPS—SUGAR BEET. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 24 November 1866

[?] : V ROOT CROPS —SUGAR BEET. ? - I Although . there is a per-centago of sugar in all mangolds, some far exceed otherein this quality contained, for while a few will yiela only 5 per cent, others will return as. much, as 10 per cent, and even more of saccharinO matter. The question for ns now to consider is, which ia the bfest root to grow with the especial object dT sugar-making in. view, for the time is coming when every family, as -in many , parts of America, will make its own sugar. The process is simple, the necessary vessels few and cheap, and 'it requires but little time and capital. The discovery- of the presence of sugar in the root of the beet was made over a century ago, but not an attempt was made to put the discovery into practice for many years after, when the subject was token up in earnest by a Continental chemist, who announced it as his opinion that the beet root would prove to be ' one of the most bountiful gifts awarded to man upon the earth.' Every successive ...

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Varieties. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 24 November 1866

Varieties. Wanted to know the exact length oi a rope used when a man is 'tied to t:_ma.' What is that whieh is fall of holes, and yet holds water ? — A sponge. * Why ia an interesting book like a toper's nose? — Because it is read to the very end. « 1 wonder where those clouds are going ?' sighed Flora, pensively, as she pointed with her thin delicate finger to the heavy funereal masses that floated lazily in the sky. ' I think they are going to thunder,' said her brother. A lady reproving a gentleman during- a hard frost for swearing, advised him to leave it off, saying it was a very bad habit. ' Very true, madam,' answered he, 'but at present it is too cold to thfnk of parting with any habit, be it ever so bacL' An Alderman of London once requested an author to write a speech for him to speak at j Guildhall. ' I must first dine with you,' j replied he, ' and see how you open your mouth, - I may know what sort of words will fit it. A prince, rallying the fatness of a courtier, who ...

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FUNERAL OF MRS. CLEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 24 November 1866

FUNEEAL OIT MRS. CLEMENT. The re ran: ns of this much regretted lady were deposited ia the new Cemetery on the afternoon of Sunday iiist. The funeral was attended by an unpi't'ceaenteviiy Urge concourse of persons, he nutubor mi the ground, including all ages, bving about 7-.i0. The funeral procession left th - iate :vs';dc;iee of the deceased punctually at tli i limc i.ypoi.iteii, and die liaeof road, extend ing- from Jiieoli-stivet to tlie place of sepulture, sn ui&taiK-e aoout a jail - ana a half, was for a I time covered with human bei.igs, all proceeding ' iu t!:e saws direction. Some 60 vehicles and :;t -lit Lu:rs men followed the hearse. To it: .- i,i --c in atteudaneo would be im- | ; p-.a-t u; ?--?iv. I'^e ineu'bers of Parliament for : f... ? cii^iiX't aa-t of ciiv Tow-». Coan.-U, as well as ; i b«;ik-.'«s. tnerviiants tradesnteii, aud persons of 1 every e-.iUng -- (.-r.- so generally present that it ' ' vtoui'I l-e ?i'tSi-uIt r.- cite an exception. ! ' A l. rge liu...

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Poet's Corner. NOTHING LINE LOVE. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 24 November 1866

- --Yj' V'r-- ' . c ? ? ? ? w : ? 'Vx'- . ? „ ? 3WXSB& 3aG&TW-m - ' jB^wiTEnemwho gtart froa frcd : . 'Was never yetaS ©aphos eee$j; . A&eat the ai& And flowers all fade in rhymes j That jnaids are seldom shot by arrows, And ooachea never drown by sparrows. J&nd Air \cousm, 3o not deem That all is false which poets tell, Of Piassion'a first and dearest dream, Of haunted spot and silent spell, Of long low musing, such as suits The terrace on yonr own dark hill, Of whispers which are sweet as lutes And silence which is sweeter still; Believe/believe, — for May shall pass, And Summer's sun and Winter's shower Shall dim the fredme6s of the g*ass And mar the radiance of the flower — Believe it all. whate'er you hear Of oHerhted vow aad treasured token. And hues which only once appear, And w^tds which only onc^Mtt spoken, And prayers whose natural voice is song, And schemes that die in wild endeavor, And tears so pleasant you will long To weep such ...

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TALK OF THE WAGS. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 24 November 1866

TALK OE THE WAGS.* ^ The i&Qt (of iheava^s)€s that probably Ltno&t persons misapprehend Mr. Heales's object in moving for binding up Of mining . companies and associations ; ' that/ in their ignorance, they fancy th^fc the proposed select sJommittee, oesiaes ensuring the -dissolution of ttiming paxlr nerships. are intended to wrap a winding sheet around tbe companiee in question;; .th^t people who know the time of day, srhethef j^scertaixifed by the movement of clock ©i watch, would get the true key to the meaning of the meinber f-^r the Burra, and at once divine that. u winding-up' 1b meanj tp ke«p?.or«et I thejn ageing* / * Tb6 talk is tbat Mr. Neales's quota- - ^oia, — not ?-Tftdafc 4:nwt in fences}* ? was an appropriate one, considering tnat he had just been speaking about royalties on rnii^es ; that the hon. member was pro babably thinking about his seat when he a&B^rt^d that miners wore out. more breeches ? tban otaer men; rnai; scnooi ; recollections o...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 24 November 1866

Ophthalmic Hospital, Gawler. j rHIS Establishment is now open for j the reception of PATIENTS suffering from Diseases of the Eyes — Consultations every morning before II o'clock. Physician, Da. HOME POPHAM, j Melanesian Mission. APFBLTC MEETING in connection with this Mission and Bishop Patteson wiU be held on MONDAY, the 26th November, at ha If -past 7 o'clock p.m., at the NEW ST. GEORGE'S SCHOOLROOM. The Rev. Canon Russell and a Deputation from Adelaide will attend. A Collection will be made in aid of the Mission Funds. W. H. COOMBS, Incumbent of St. George's. W. R. LEWIS, }Warden„ R. J. TURNER, ) vvar-lens* To Farmers and Others. HENSZ S. GODDARD begs most respectfully to inform the inhabitants of this Colony that he is prepared to supply them with WINNOWING MACHINES on the most liberal terms. It is the principle that has been the most recommended by the Bath and West of England Show Fair, for the last six years, they are warranted to dear the corn with once passing through the M...

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GAWLER CORPORATION. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 21. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 24 November 1866

[?] ?:i Ws»Ki«i-Av;'J^OT^aBKn 21. Present — -Councillor -decent £ActipgIMay(-r), 'X^onncillore *Kiiich, Mold, JDelaud, Loutit, «nu 'Sonng. 4 . * ?qp tninntas ot 'the preceding meeting were mid »nd- confirmed. v - TirxTbwn Clerk read a letter from Councillor^ Pinch, ^tendering ^isTnesiguation as CouPcUlor' forSouth Ward- ' ° * '* t -'^ A letter wss-reafl fttm* Mx-^n ecs^^Mng to, be info-mea of Jhe.exact ie w3s3o£t^e ?ootpatibs' being about to buudon »uofruenjt 194. The latter 'tetter was referred to the Public WoVks Committee. w4iof=e Mention wasdmseteS to a »nu«ite -rf the Is September, 1864j-clativa to tlie-oiatter. ^ CViuneittor YoEjas moved 4h£t tbe resignation of 'Counci'ter Finch be stooept^l. and thit the fine rbe . reini Wed: -3os»citlar -Mm-b seeoaded the motion. Both -mover aafl 8 *.*ottder, as well as other CoaHeiilire. lore testing »nj to the e?«1 rrd eScieney of Councillor 'F'-uch while ia clBee. T4ie;jnotift»iwas carried. It vas JwsoHed that the Tevieed asse-snseiit be ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 24 November 1866

Hou/oway's Ointment akd Fxuk— Bsaxtt akd Hkaltut. — The experience of thousands, both at home and abroad, has amply demonstrated the power pos sessed by those healing- and purifying- remedies of re moving- cutaneous eruptions, repairing ulcerations, and relieving fistulas are abscesses. These hidden evils frequently rob life to every comfort, through the re luctance of the suffer to expose Ms infirmity. Hollo tray's Ointment supersedes such dreaded publicity by placing TPXthin the reach of all plain instructions for curing: themselves, -without any danger, and -without the necessity of mentioning their maladyto anv one. The Ointment and rills will likewise cure bad lege, scabby rashes, and those blemishes which arise from the abuse of mercury wad of other deleteriona drugs. Legislative Council Election LIGHT FARMERS' CLUB. THE Members of the Club have formed themselves into a Committee to SECURE the RETURN of Mr. VERCO at the coming Election for the Legislative Council. MICHAEL KENN...

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GAWLER LOCAL COURT. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 20. [Before Mr. R. J. Turner, S.M.] [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 24 November 1866

GAWtES iOGAii QOUST. Tcssbat, NgvE^EH £0. * - ? [Before Mr. E. J. Turner, S.M.] Wl iiCos t. EiSTKBS. — -Adjourned for further 'particulars. j»IV. Eudall appeared for defen dant. Geerars Wilcox produced particulars of account. 'The usual time -was allowed tp de — fendajji'^o- pnt la a, pvesi. . ' Lewis v. Wilcox. — Tor .So ls-.teirgbalartce ?of aceouBt. and for®. Mr. Turner stated the case, and .called the plaintiff. VfiHir.ia Boe Lewis deposed that he thought aboat' November, 1S3' —-he did not; recollect th'; date — He was authorised by defendant to receive moneys for hiia. He was to -be paid five per cent, on the collection of debts whether the amounts were paid to witness, or to defen dant; and that in cases of summonses being issued witness -was also to receive the usual fees.' Subsequently a debt cciag- br. Thomas O'Brien was aiidad by Mr. George Wilcox and others after that - VTifeneas eharged comciis s ion ou. iwo accounts after that. O'Brien i oifeved to eccept a bill. Witney...

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VINEYARDS AND WINE-MAKING. VINEGAR RAISINS. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 24 November 1866

VINEXASDS a?.d WUNT JB-MAKIJf &. VTtfEGAR. KATSIS'S. ! _ Io mike vinegar froni the.refttse of the ' ^^ii-.age, tas.s the stalks Of the grapes, and spread them . out to dry iu the sun for several days. If they be sprinkled wiuh wine firsv,, so much the better-; — do the same with the skins and husks, after fcnev have besn pressed. , and wJietH^ they have beeii fermented, or not. Put tnese .stalss and skius, after drviug, into a oas a , pres^them. down, arid -cover them with boiling water. ' If, instead of water, wine should .be iised, it rill make the' * vinegar the stronger, but the wine should be used without boiling; ,-Or, :if .sugar be mixed with ' the water, it will also contrionte to make a stronger vine-yar. To add to the above, press the grapes v.- Inch were rejected as not sufficiently ripe tor the wine, and put ? the -whole, sons and .all, into the cask :PIace-the '?ask in a warm place, -allowing -free access to the a.ir, and occasionally shaking the cask. After two...

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GAWLER POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 13. [Before Mr. R. J. Turner, S.M.] [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 24 November 1866

icoost. [?] IMtdtoel Bants Tffi'au^nataiif 3nnr in Murray -street. ^ , -- Hdward Knight was charged on the informa tion of Edward Martin 'with being drunk on the pnMS3dii*gday, andnsing- abusive language. DBfei'^aiit was in the' eervioe of eomDlainant i^piibe^oiiBtable Leahy X-ok defendant in chafee on the day preceding. Besasj&|»n- ea8$|. FineA 10s. ' ' f ease, PmSha^ V.' ^M&nea^aras i p93^o^i.ed tili Rrldayi! ; f'\

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FREELING. November 22. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 24 November 1866

FSEELIXG. [From a correspondent.! ? N^ovembfir-91^ - lie wet weather'has rather overtaken U! haI?tack in halve?, but it wheat6' 0rabIe lor .late crops of - The -pully-hauJey -at -the District Conned bids fair to pull Freeling in two g -S-llare Proves the heaviest lae in.ontiii-r.TnMifinrr /-if* „ v ? , a -? „ v' i' anuerg ub was held at Elsliolz's on Wednes day evening the President in the chair. «. u 3 attenuate ws not so large -as usm, I, owing in a measure to'rthe damn neas or tae evening. Mr. Wq. Delano read a paper on the subject of combing tion among a.a;rieulturist«, Khowiug the necessity for such, a measure . to maintain their ngats, arid alleviate thtir present position. The Club adjourned till after harvest. v- .*? - or the coming election the favorite candidate as yet is Mr. Terco, though, the wind is rather 'likely to be taken out oi ais sail-? by tbe farmers' protege* beins tae Chairmanof Mr. Parkin's. Committee.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 24 November 1866

-ttactewtfc tmd^OUjMs^la ^srant ©T xeal goo* Stock. T SMS BY AUCTION ~ : * «* ' ?- » ? -??j ^SUrst-claB Stanch -Juiet fS^DjDLlS suod HMU KESS HOBSJ5S V - -P \ XADIES' POSIES. k r , ; FAVOEITE ^MAHES, with Fcals at Foot ty Celebrated Horses » - ' ^ht-CAltlUAGE ? 1 * ^ASSISES' WAGGONS OMt?IBUSKS Covered anil Open -iSgbt PAS8ffifiEE , CQNTEYASGES , GIG, POG-CABT. fiPEIKG-CAJtT, BIJGG1 Single, Tandem, and Double HARNESS Ladies' ^d6e»1ieioenfiSAL0DLES:. BBUDIiE^ ? . ? *. ' . 4c., .'.: &e., y. Ac. ' . pEEEE ItOWZiA-ND is instructed by --JL - Mr. IE. Clement (wheis shortly 'about to ? Icare Gawler) to sellby auction atClement'e - Yards Gawler, on Saturday, 'Decembttr 8, at 2 o'clock— . ? The undermentioned EOESES, VEHICLES, '- 4c. — ?' ? * Grey Horse, Duncan tot *«'*»?' ( ^hST2, '-Gray Horee, Soman .ggMjaggsg .'.Br,, Horse, .fi-m ®^^SSjaU-!-lo°Sl' Brown 2ffare, Jenny— Beautiful temper,Eaddlt-. smgieor ooneie narness ; foal at loot oy Krcaway. ' ; r:. ; ?; Bay Horse, Kerry— Smart, s...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 24 November 1866

^ BSBoiroK. DIVISION OF BABOSSA. fJlHBSLBCTIO^QfONB M6HBEB . Y -? : JL- ? to serve iia the l^Uil^TO Council wiU t^tc© place oa. MONDAY/ 26ch November, ? am- ' - V -3»wler Voting Kaca-— IiocalGourtfiouae. :''';?? ?: :.:-v ' Distriot Returning OflSoer. . . ? ? \y . v^.y. ?.-.?if -v »-v , ??': -? -? Vote for W. Parkin, fHB following is MR. PABKIN*S EBPLY tp a Beqalsi&oa signed by Colonists in Town and Gouatry, requesting %Unt0 8t^d^a-?andid^for^l«^ala- lave Coaasilj— Ftympton, Novembers, 1866. Gentleman — Icannot but feel highly honored bythe very numerously-signed and influential acquisition just presented to me, and in aooed ing toyour x-equeat, I beg to assure you that it as neither in order to gratify personal vanity, nor to serve any private or elass interest. If ?elected to a seat in the .Legislative Council, 3 shall go there with a sincere desire : and firm determination to do my very best to advance the pro parity of my adopted country, and to support; without party pr^...

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SUBURBAN CEMETERIES. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 24 November 1866

SUBURBAN CEMETERIES. It bae been the practice froui time im meaiorial to bury the dead among the living, and the practice was in most cases aseribable to obvious causes. In the oldea tiiae in Europe, when cities were isolations fortified to resist aggres sion. the dead were, as a matter of course, -deposited within the -vails. \\ hen a more peaceful state of society succeeded the heaps of human remains were, iude fitfitely increased froin the force oi habit, from reverence for consecratcd spots, and from a desire to be laid in the last slumber beside honored ancestry or beloved kindred. Thus a most fatal social mistake was continued from gene ration to generation, and no doubt many lives have been sacrificed, and much health impaired by persistence in so prejudicial a habit. It- wat- but recently that in England the idea of setting apart as places of sepulture spots away Irom crowded loca lities was seriously enteriained aud acted on. To this - result probably the disgusting scenes ...

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THE GAWLER MARKETS. Bunyip Office, Friday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 24 November 1866

thesawiJee mabkets. Bvuutip -QSim. Fridav Evenine. ; - Jlterejs a slight advance in hreadstulfs. The j loUowirgr are this day 's cuota tious. 1 ^raoor,v * A Braa, l8:-sftv%*?tail la. Sd. i A J J Pollard,lF. ^d^ retail Is. 7d. j - Bartey and Uais none offering. I Fowls' Com, 5s 6d per bushel Bread, Sib loaf. 4d. » ' ) Dairy Produce. gutter, 1». 5d. perflb. Eggs, loa. per doz. . ; ? ? v: . . ? . i Mutton, hind-^ukrters, €|i. per lb.; fore |Uarter8 4|d. iiirnih Cd to Td per lb by the quarter, . Beef, 4d. to. 7d. per lb. Sd. per lb. - - Pork veiyscarce. V BGETABtES. i Green Peas, le. per peck. Cabbies, 3d. to 5d. each. ? Turnips. 4d. per bunch. _ Oarto^sl 4d. per biiuch. . Cauliflowers, 3d, to 6d.: Onions, 6d. per lb. Parsnips, 4d. per bunch. Potatoes, 9s. €d. per cwt. New Potf toe*, 54. per lb. Seed Potntoet, 10s. 6d. R4dt^ies, lp: pMr buuc^i - Parsley Id, per b»«% Celery, 6d. tc 8d pey ?J.ead €.|t Snmjip. GAWLES: SATURDAY, NOV. 24, 1S66.

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LYNDOCH. November 20th. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 24 November 1866

? XraDOCH: . {noma Correspondentcl ' . November 20th. ice anniversary of the Sunday Schoc^ m connection with the Baptist Chapel here was held on Sunday and Monday lsf%r Sunday, the Kev. Mr. Badger of Morphett Tale preached three mous; and on Monday m?lng WSS held- tlie attandanee afr ; which was very large. Afcer the tea a puoiie meeting was held, which was pressed over by Darid Eandall, Esq addresses were delivered by the 1 te®. Mead, Badger, ^Claxton, and -Howe, and jv Messrs. John Williams, and W. IT. Wilkinson, of Moonta. The proceeds ; ot ,hese meetings are to be devoted to | th-f of books to ibm a Sunday j school library. ' -

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FREELING DISTRICT COUNCIL (From a Correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 24 November 1866

FB^ELma DISTinCJ J^WCIL. ?(Prom aCdruesoon janfA On We^neaday e^cdi^ tfe ilk anst ,held at the bfieapafc.^iag. fiotel -^whic^ considering the wefcu-e^of fchB ^ry ^&rott%^atten«lea-4he larg ]f-om o. the hq^el being chier speakers~ wera Messrs* FrArr.l^fi- -11, ? v ,&S°3 ? and the chairman. Ttie meeting would hive ^ nothing to do with a .disiricfc council at present, and particularly objected xto the proposed ' Freely.' one. fhe c^duct ax those who ongmafed tj,g ?Freelmo- meeting was severely censured in nvinl so much trouble at this -bus/ season 6? the year, .and the Freeh'ng meeting was shown to have aggregiouslj faged ^ forwexfiing object its promotera I»-.d m new. 4_s instead of being infiuenrikt * it wps Giiice the reverse, -only 20 indi : vidaals being preset, . and -of -these li I agamst it. The pubHc . were 'likewise ^cautioned ^against giving the Ffeeliarr ^Correspondent.^ ^4 ;credeBce i|

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HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 16. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 24 November 1866

HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY. Fkiday, November 16.' After the transaction of some unimportant business, .Mi'. Toxnsend moved for an address for .£330 for planting and improving the banks of the RVrer Torrens. The Chief --ecret-vry on behalf of the Government supported tho motion. A. good den! of discu?-:ioii took pi rjo c.n the sub ject of the noh ;ot. after whioh jfc w^s nega tived by a majority of 14 to 11. ?.Ir. Cog'in movel for an address for .£1.000 for erecting an institute -and ciuvnn at Kapund i, in support of whieh a petition had been presented signed by 1,322 individuals. The Ministry cjwsadthe motion. Mr. Bright supported it. On. a division the morion was lost. thaTO bcin* 17 noes aud two ayes— Llossrs. Co^lia and .Bright. iir. Coglin moved for £G00 for a jetty at Fooler's Bay. Thi Government having ex pressed themselves favorable to the measnre as soon as it could be carried oat, the hen. me ruber, by consent, withdrew his motion. Mr. Reynolds moved for a Committee to enquire into ...

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