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PARLIAMENTARY PROCEEDINGS FOR THE WEEK. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. Tuesday. November 29. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 24 November 1866

PARLIAMENTARY PROC EEDIIxGS FOR. THE WEEK. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. i'lTK.SDAY. NoV3!3IB:;ii 2-. Tho H011. J. H. Ba\*row moved that a Bill be intro-luced into Parliaojent during the present session for the purpose of enabling farmers to occupy aud reclaim certain tracts of inferior country in this province now use less aud unoccupied. The speaker detailed the positions of lands available for that .pur pose. The Hon. W. Peacock seconded the motion, The Hon. T. Hogarth supported it, as- also , did the Hons. Capt. Bagot and Henry Ayers. i The discussions on .the Court of' Appeals : Abolit.ion'Bill and the Registration of Births, and Deaths Bill were postponed. The Xurrav Customs Bill was read the third time and passed. The House adjourned until the following Tuesday.

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SMITHFIELD FARMERS' CLUB Gawler Plains. November 19. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 24 November 1866

SXHTHFIELD FAEMEBS' ^CLUB. (Trom a corresunnHpu Gawler Plains. 5fovember 19. The firgt monthly meeting ot tb e jSmitbfiela Farmers' Club, under the new arransrement, was held on Friday evening last, the President in' the chair. The businesa-.part of tbe meetmg^ having, been disposed of; the Chair mau intro dueed Mr. Adkm Kejly, of,Alma Plains jto the meeting '3 the iefeturer of the evening. On rising Mr. Kelly was greeted ? with hearty cheers, after whk-n he spoke as follow* Mr. President and gendemen— Had it not .been that I have a strong feeling in favor of Earners' Clubs, I should not 'have been with yon this evening. I have watched their growth in South Austral a, and am satisfied that they may, and 110 doubt will, become l-y-and-4ye ?powerful agents for the good of sgriculturo. I have also to acknowledge anothar reason wbyX am here The fact is. your Secretary would noflet me off. Iliad written to him. offering -exeases, and fancied I had at last got rid ©f him— 4-«t no. he stil...

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THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 22. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 24 November 1866

ThTTESDAX, NOVE2TB23 22. Two petitions wera presented, ..and several questions asked and replied to. The . day was chiefly occupied - with the Estimates, in which considerable progress was made. The Speaker stated that Mr.. C. H. Goode, member for . East Torrens, had tendered .Ms resignation- A writ to supply the . vacancy .was:ordsred to be.issue^.

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LOCAL COURT CAUSE LIST. TUESDAY. NOVEMBER 27. UNSATISFIED JUDGEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 24 November 1866

' LOCAL COURT CAUSE LIST. Tc^dat, Novembke 27. - -U^ATtSITEDJIJIKJIirNTS. Boekiaan y. Latrspn tSame v. Brophy - Same v. Ho»an ' -Bassett v. Cave. : DEFiiKDED CASKS. Martin v. flapper tc.:- '...'Woliaiia!!- vi Bfcirtsn.' i ?? ?' V : ' . BCSKCE '. CUyisT. '? : ?'.- Eusseil y. Ed wards (Bog Act)

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WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 21. [Before Mr. R. J. Turner, S.M.] [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 24 November 1866

Wedxeshat. Kotombes '21. [Before Mr. B. J. Tnra«f, -S.M.4 - '5^omos J)on(^a» was chsw^ed with indecent assault on Selma Lavis on the Port Gawler road, on JPrid&y, the 16th -2fovember. The prosecutrix, a giii jbetween IS and 14, ^narrated the occurrence, aad was confirmed in a -portion of her testimony bv William Heurv Hill, farmer of Pint ertoa's Plains. The prisoner, when tha asual question was put- to him. declined to 'say anything, and he wfis committ-ed for trial at the Supreme Court.

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M[?]DHOLE. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 24 November 1866

^fiDHOIiE. ^ !^I%b -ibv^ot tliat hasT»e^ilo-ykoa forward®) U,, t!ie ^ddFellowB~ ot itudhole, hm «om SToff at last— 4ibe Temple of Mystery has opened wide its sacred portals to the curious gaze of 'the outer 'vrorld. Toe initiated and the 'benighted, alike eager.: to assist ia the awful ceremony of conser craSi^ have vied iratlh. each other in ipfferi^g - ^sacrifice to the presiding Deitiep— Eaith, an3 Charity, and in |)Qunng out popjons libatious at the shrinj} of temperance at t^e rate of ten and sixpence a head, wines included, till 12 o'clock, a figure that precluded many of the humbler votaries, from partaking of the feast of inauguration. This massive .and imposing structure, said to measure 70 x -35,- «-arik$3 the beholder with surprise and admiration, and is 'calculated to perpetuate the fame of 'the architects and build. rs, till the Mudhole ? sliall i-e no. -more, and .a long time alfcensnarcfe. . It® . majestic facade alone is sufficient to produce the toost conflicting id...

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SALISBURY LOCAL COURT. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 15. [Before Mr. R. J. Turner, S.M., Mr. John Fisher, J.P., and Mr. Thelisima Anbert J.P.] [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 24 November 1866

SALISBURY iiOGAIi COURT. ThiTRSDAT, l^OVEilBFR 15. [Before Mr. R. J. Turner, S.M.. Mr. John Fisher, J.P., and Mr- Thelis-ma Aubert. J.P.I I ekkoJjD v. Thompson. — For iJll 6s. 2d., ba1 82.ee of account for vrork and labor d-)ne and materials supplied. William Penfoid, masoti of Penfield, stated that he had worked for defendant. He had chopped down a cob house end plastered it. Saw defendant ia July last «.t his workshop He offered the job to witness, and said he would give the top price. Defendant found materials- Often saw him while the work \vas about, aud received. from him the letter pro duced. tpid ,not accept the terms proposed in the letter. The work was properly . done, and defendanr;aerer complained of it. Tbe current price of plastering was Is., but plaintiff ehar^ed is. 2d. on ^account of .the unusual quantitV of citting and sai'iug. ' Witness did 340 yards. He charged 7s 'for a load of sand, and \£l for makiajr and putting up two zinc veutilators. Tvro other items, broug...

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Varieties. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 1 December 1866

Daricfo. ' Which city is made of the lightest mate ! rials F — Cork. What kind of gloves are like young niggers ? — Black kids. Why is a sword like beer ? — Because it is no use till it is dra^r li lt is often a pretty good matrimonial firm Tnar consists or corce-qoarwrs wiie ana une quarser husband. Be careful of your table-talk. Bo all your biting at table in biting your food. Don't be biting in your remarks. The late Lord Kelly had a very red face. 'Pray, my lord,' said Foote to him, 'come and look over my garden wall — my cucumbers are very backward.' The advice given by an Irishman to his English friend, on introducing him to a regular Tipperary row, was ' Wherever you see a head hit it.' A good instance of absence of mind was an editor quoting from a rival paper one of his own articles, and heading it 'Wretched Attempt at Wit.' An Irish lawyer of the Temple, going to lunch, left his direction in 'the keyhole — ??Gone to the Edinburgh Castle, where you shall find me; and if you...

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Poet's Corner. EHURE AN' DON'T THEY WICK THEY MAY GET IT? [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 1 December 1866

. poet's #anar. CHITBB,AJF DON'T 'IHE* W^H THETj / -MAT €HS H3$t ' 1 ' Ocb?' ^^^^o{tl«n^jr|ataoboa. Tha&tome of the dotftota an kicking up now ? Th$J*re got iato'fM* .beadi » tenevolent ??j«8ihfe'*i -*w! /'..;*£? ?-';v .V^|j -^?. -gildingi ? v' '? -* ; .'t- : ;.' :-. «AnaiBigajrfw-©^ attddiTOnacH»8«al-»e5' But ono taste of the crater, innagos or natur, Thsfpttei^^iDsa&o, Pat, -will never ge t ijkfc1'--'- ' ' ? ? '-' S^/IIawJJI iay and such slogs withthelrbot ?' ;': ?' 5 .? ' ''. And havalashinga, no fear, IfcitoI~wine, ala, and porter, or cold gin and water, J^mlsreakfastto bedtiiare'll he diril a drop. And then,Pa£, my honey, when flush -of your motiey, If wejnst take a drink with some other g&ylad, And tumble home jolty, our friends melancholy Win sha\e their ould noddles, and say ' sore they're mad.' ™ The drunkard's asylum—yesi that'll began© ?^nW . 'OfaUthe bad habits they'retaking to here ^ nf^Tt-iiy and MiTMn-jlmiw, don't we admire tbtan For'^nring the...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 1 December 1866

Hotcb Wat's PrLLs.— W ise Pre^atttsos-. — The unwholesome vapours and frequent oliillg derange the animal econcay to. an. immense extent, ajwLpermanently undermine the health, tmless every now and. then the . MoofI be purified, the .secretions reeticied, ^iid th 3 nerves restating. Holioway' sPillsperf6ian.the3e several necessary offices with, f^riaiaty, safety, and ex pedition. Old and young, robust and feeble, male and female, will .find these . Pills as un f ailing- dom&fcis jr^Hfi^yv. nqt only in slight sicknesses, but 'also in the more serious anl dsngerona di^es^es which spring firom negleefe of early .symptoms. Yet, under the purifying and- correcting influence 0 $ HollowayV inesu^ mahle medicine, the appetite improves, the digestion gains strength, the Eyer acr^ freely, the kidneys secrete atbrnidaatiy, and L situ ia ir. imnhamE. . . .. '

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WALLAROO. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 1 December 1866

wahlXroo. The brig Xar row, early on morning of 6fh inst.. grounded on 'a saridspit near Wardang Island, about 40. miles from 'Wallaroo . Intelligence . of .the mishap was brought, to this , place yesterday morning by the mate, who was brought in -a fisherman's boat; . It appears that whilst coming up . the. gulf Jthe mate on the morning mentioned was aloft looking for the Tipara light, and seing lahd on the starboard, bow, he apprised the cap tain of it, who immediately ordered the helm; to. be -put _ down, but before the vessel could go round she. stuck hard : and fast. - The Yarrow left Newcastle on the 16th ultimo with a cargo of 383 tens of coal v Her master's name is. McPher son. She belongs to a r firm in Sydney, arid is stated to be insured- ... Since stranding she has made more than her usual quantity of leakage. * In is feared that there will- be great difficulty in re floafiug her. The mate returned . on board last night, having received instruc tions 'from Captain Drew t...

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SOUTH-EASTERN DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 1 December 1866

SOUTH- EASTEEK 4)ISTEICT. - We extract the foDowing itenw 'froni ihe , last number to hand of thelJjorAfr ' JCra 'W' BATH^-i—iAfler 'a.few hotWinn*-* ? iner-like^j^^^ i a©4in. oii . ^ureday. inornihg, aha 'we (had a' ' Copipus rat til fall..- ^y-eaterday ? shbwery^ and par^gnt -'appearkiices be; Bpeak; furthex ihowers. , t 'Movant ^ambi^r , is nolir. pab dang^ .ni ^feKfc }&k:~ J he prejudicial rather itfmay; eaase some of me ;heayi^t crops ; ^tcf ^o&get* 'Frt&ali:qua'tt^h&-«f the ± iiiet the imports of the ^ropB are etifl h^hfy'fe^rOrable. i .- ^ : , . Stoum: 'At Mosquito *nie ; afcoroi^ woich -ewept- over this - die^et, ^ few- weeks ago .has left a most remark^Me trace of fte ^effects.- About a rfiile froih the. township . there is a: 'line 'of^i^iher ; #ron^t-d to;l(ki yards wide ^lowii -dow^ and lying in as straight a, line as'if the survey ors instraments Kad beeh at work - for .the purpose.,of making a Voadr or constructing a ^ailvrtiy. TIifeAlih...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 1 December 1866

. TO COllRESl'OSDESTS. . ' HwsTtctTS' in u^t be aware^iat it not witiiip . our pnnince to notice iiiif:-nces of individual bad taste exhibited -in public assemblies. Otherslieside himself have complained tons of the annoyance caused to them by .t^e loud talking of the individual aladed td at the' entertainment given by the Gawler. Beading and DebatingClass. Theproper course: wonUI bfV if a repetition of the annoyance i should occur, for those annoyed to draw public attention to the Tact. TO OUR PORT READEBSL J ^ Wc- regret to learn thst many persons resident at Port Adelaide have been disappointed . lately on applying to oilr agents for copies of ^dteSunyi^, they having sold thoir whole stock, and none remaining for sale at' this oifice. . We request that those who require copies of any particular number wiU giro their orders previovsly to publication to Mr. J. W. Blake, or Mr. R. Burfield, of Port Adelaide. — ' ' ? ? ' ' guasip, GAWLER: SATURDAY, DEC. 1, 1866.

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ASHWELL. November 23. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 1 December 1866

ASHWELL. (From a Correspondent.) ?-- - ^November 23. Our mainstay, the 'wheat, is filling his ear, which adds a pleasure to the eye o: the neigh borhood, and. the sh-^do;.v of each haystack has a taper to lighten the yoke of tbe animal^ and on the breast of M acada.rn.tan tors ; the.handy wk of the.machinists.- prepared for the hope ful harvest eVent will after a few mdre sanuy d iyfi wiih.the stroke ot the heavy beaters, take the grain once more under their care. . ^ . . A meeting was held at Termors on Tictesday evening, to consider tne .tramway question ; which. wa.s numerously attended. .. Mr. .G. Williams was voted to the chair. . Mr^ Barrow proposed, and Mr. Hiillsecon,led,.' that in the opinion of this. , meeting the . scheme lately' brovight before the House of Assembly .by -the Hon. H. B. T. Stcangways for opening up that splendid codiifry liow dormant'v held by the squatters to the detriment othars will -best be,gained.by a nprth-westerly direction from the ^oseworthy Stat...

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POLICE AND CONVICTS. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 1 December 1866

POLICE AND C0NYICTS. Cojtsidesable excitement has recently^ taken place both in reference to our suppressor s and detectors of crime, and to the class of individuals who render the maintenance of such a force neces sary. That the efficiency of the police of late years has been incomparably inferior to that of a former period wss apparent even to the most careless ob server long before an invited, but ineffec tual.. enquiry put the fact on record. Like most matters, as. conducted in this colony, the affair was a thorough bungle and, probably to complicate the matter still farther, a select committee of the House of Assembly is now appointed to wade through the same evidence^ and ' thrice to kill the slain.' But our .attention to-day is drawn rather to the thieves, than the talef itakers. Judge Boothby's wearisome] monotones, 'invalidity' and ' repug- J nancy,' have . given p)acp to. deinonetra- ? tions on the part of anothsr Judge, Mr. Justice Grwvnne, of a different and less * 7 dog...

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PERTINENT QUESTIONS. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 1 December 1866

PERTINENT QUESTIONS . .TO THS EDITOR. Memo to Crawler.— \V hj don't you erect a Town Hall? Why don't you dam your river? . -Why don't your trains to arid from Adelaide run at more reasonable and convenient hours? Why is'nt your rlulwaj in a more central position ? . . . Why don't your -inhabitants work more harmoniously together. r ... , AUSTBALIA. Central Mount. Stuart, ; t ^rbvember-2Dth . 1S53. . [We will be happy to answer the questions asked of us by o a* eccentric correspondent when he shall have kindly informed us by what new mpde of con veyance his .'communication dated from Central Mount Stuart oil Thursday last, reached us on Friday morning. En. J? ]

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TALK OF THE WAGS. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 1 December 1866

s OF THE WAGS. wjjshafc-ihe-Pelice Pohte Cownmssi^^r^mtt Trahlicia thatthe -hsorgailfced 4uid jjaefficient,and-ihat lie publ^ 8^rip© would be benefitted bythe Th® ialk i»4hat therehas $?iJ!g'h«Gtt ** ' 'coolness amongthe^wafcer-yrprks people, . but^hatnOwtheyarein regularhot water ; . that the tco^lyreservoir has been a fouutai^^fastrife ; that, the/acumen of a Boothbyhas discovered ' invalidity ' in thp- weir, and -' repugnancy '. to the engineer; that if 'England expects 'every njan . 't6 do his j&xity' every man who pays Adelaide water-rates ex pects England to do -bS? ' iiuty i tliat the testimony of Hansolo. and. Thomas favors the presumption that he has^done eo in the «iai»; that Boothby -will probably have to eat the enormous leak of which' _ he complains ; that instead fcf eontir n'rig 'to turn on the water, he stands a chance of being tiifriedoff himself. The talk is th&tthe following fact narrated by 'the 'Tels^raph is -wry ' encouraging to the people of th...

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CLARE RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 1 December 1866

CLARE RACES. ... The annual meeting of the ^Northern Turf Club 'commenced on, Wednesday last, on the race-ground near Claj-e. Hie .St«wards. were Messrs. E. B. Gleeson (President), E. M. Bagot, W. H. Williams, and W. L. Beare. Mr. A. King acted as Judge. There was a lar^e gathering, and the meet appeara to. have been ayery agreeable one, notwithstanding some what unfavorable weather. The following wffletheevehtsbf^heday^ have never won except Hacks. 4 l&itrance, 4- ? sovb. .One ^npe ; .one event, ' ? v . , ( \ 1 Mr. O; -Adco&k'& h ^- ^ottery. 3 :yiai 7 st- - .*? i 11 U^-CG.fiiSpa^vX: A: r\ Mr. J.' Pavels bg^Rifll^nati,- 7,st Stl lbs^G^ . ; Stevens) . ^ Mj.~A,' E. Davies's' h rn Vesta; 4 yirs,' 9 st '*] 5 lbs (Tuctor) . .... - .-2-' 3 ? Mr. J. W. Gleeson's b g Cpuit Jester, 5 yi& 1 V; 9 st 11 lbs (Shugg)^.. - : ' ? ;t .;.-0 ! -Mr. T^Ryan's b' g S-Ir Dpmini£k, ' d£ i Mr. T..R,yan'8 C g Vaxo, 2^yrs . . ,'.v; .tvcDr. ' , J . . .. ; SECOND . S^LOX^ r . - ....

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TALK OF CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 1 December 1866

t . TALK OR.COBBE -PON»-E5?TS. The following atrocity reached us yesterday, enclosed in an Adelaide JSxchange envelope, from some one who -has conferred infinite honor on us by dubbing 'himself ' Qur Aquatic Coutri 'butor:' ? ?'The talk of the wags is that the matcheB at the City Baths last Saturday were a great success : , that, everything went 'off swimmingly ; that paradoxical as .it may seem, the match with the hands fastened behind the back, -although won ''by Norman, yet reEultel in a tie; that the darkey astonished the knowing ones by his egg-hunting capabiliaes ; that his opponents in declining to continue the Contest with him were n - doubt in fluenced by divers egotistical reasons, fearing their efforts wohld result iu failure.'* ^ ,^,'x __ Dr. Johnson . said ' he Who «Md knake a pun would pick a pocket.' If the Doctor's dictum be correct, he who would make such puns as the foregoing would deserve a 'tie'-not around... the wrists, but the nec.k. . Our obliging corresponden...

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THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 29. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 1 December 1866

Thursday, Noye3iber 20. - . .. .. Several petitions were presented, and papers ! laid on the table. . .. ? ? J , .The Chief-Secretary moved that a select com mittee be appointed to enquire into the efficiency and 'management of. the police force, which after a fengtheued debate was carried., ,byn a majority of two. The Committee appointed 'consisted of Messrs.' Colton, Fuller, Murray, Revholds. Riddoch. Stow, and the Chief Secre tary. , . . .... ? v „ . The Port Adelaide Improvements Bill was read the second time, and passed into com mittee. . .... s . . . The. Railway Committee, . and . the South Eastern Districts Improvement Committee were allowed an .extension of time fcr.. bringing up their reports — The latter till Tuesday next withe former far three week#. :

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