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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 8 April 1865

IMPOUNDING NOTICES. GAWLER TOWN, James Busbridge, Pound keeper — One dark bay or brown filly, like GP near neck, small star in forehead, switch tail, black points. If not claimed, will be sold April 21, 1865, at noon. WILLASTON, Mudla Wirra (nearest, Post Office, Willaston), Robert Gwynne, Pound keeper — One red bullock, white belly, white on hind legs, white on face, off horn cocked, branded like 02 off ribs, like ._ over J off ruiap. If not claimed, will be sold April 17, 1S65, at noon, by a Magistrate's order. TOWNSHIP OF GEEENOCK, Hundred of Nuriootpa (nearest Post-Office, Greo^ock), Albert Sevelitz, Poundkeeper — The brown imare, little white on off hind foot, branded &ke ^ over A with 15 under on off shoulder, and like ^N conjoined on near shoulder, advertised lost week, appeals now to be branded like A with and B under off shoulder, and ^«, over JS near shoulder. If not claimed, will be sold April 24, 1865; at noon. MUNNO PAEA WEST, Section 4260 (Post Office, Virginia...

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GAWLER CORPORATION. MONDAY, MARCH 27. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 8 April 1865

GAWLER CORPORATION. Monday, Mabch 27. Present — Councillors Mold (in the chair), 13athurst, Roediger, Mitchell, aud Young. A letter was read from Mr. P. Kelly, applying to put curb stones against the northern footway of Todd-sireet from the corner of Murray-streot as far as gateway. That the 'request of Mr. Kelly be orn-ntffL aurl th.afc t7m Public 'VVVirks Committee be requested to procure the necessary curbing for the work, and get some fixed as soon as possible. Resolved, that the resolution passed on the 22nd December, ISGt, to continue the drain in Finniss-street to a proper level be rescinded. Resolved, that the drain in Finuiss street be filled up. WEMfESDAr, APBIL 5. Present — The Mayor (in the chair) Councillors Mold. Eathurst, Roediger, Mitchell, and Wincey, Letters were read from MessrB. Mori i mer & Barnes, asking for fines imposed for lighting fires in open air to bo remitted. Deferred till next meeting. Resolved, that as the two last propo sitions passed at the...

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MINTARO. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 8 April 1865

MINTARO. [From our own Correspondent.] Congratulate yourself, my dear Mr. Editor, your valuable and interesting paper has at length reached the metropo- lis of Humbug — Mintaro at length de- lighteth in its kindred pages, and amid the bosom of her lofty hills she intends to rear a temple for her Bunyip. The slate is ready for the throne, and the Priest is ready for the altar ; indeed, we believe he is now in Gawler taking mea- sure of the wonderful animal. We pre- sume that either the Bouncible Bam or Surprising Sham has taken up his resi- dence amongst us, for conspicuous in front of one of our principal hotels ap- pears the following placard: — "Heat bought for cash here." We presume our worthy boniface wishes to announce that heating and drinking are both done on the premises (as vide Weekly Mail March 25) in the shape of suppers and other- wise. When we have our daily mail and our Foresters' Court we expect to be about as good humbugs as are to be found anywhere in the colony, s...

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VESTRY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 22 April 1865

Vestry Mbemso. A meeting took place in the restry of the above church, on Easter Tuesday, 18th April* ? ==s=si Rev. Canon Coombs in the chair. After a short prayer, the Incumbent made a few remarks respecting tho satis, factory condition of the Church, and then called upon the retiring wardens, Messrs Jones and Bright, to make their financial etatement, which showed that the weekly offertory bad been attended with great success, leaving, after paying all expenses, a balance of £120 on this account, now on hand. Messrs Rudall aud Price were ap pointed to audit the accounts. The following appointments were made: — Synodsmen, Dm. Lewis and Millner: Wardens, Messrs II. JS. Bright sen., and W. R. Lewis. Sidesmen, Messrs Thomas Greaves, and Thoinaa Beadnell. A letter was read from Mr. Georga Gregory, taking exception to soiuo trifling matters, and refusing to take any office, or attend tho church in future. The letter was generally condemned, as uncalled for, and couched in intemperate la...

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ST. GEORGE'S CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 22 April 1865

ST. GEORGE'S CHURCH. The first anniversary of the New St. George's Church, Gawler, was celebrated on Sunday and Monday last, JGth and 17th inst. On Sunday there were three services in the Church ; the Rev. J. Ibbet soii, of Adelaide, was the officiating mini ster. In the morning, the rev. gentleman took for his text 1 Cor. xv. 20. — ' For as in Adatn all die, even so in Christ shall all be made alive.' . In the afternoon from Jer. iii. 19G. — **How shall 1 put thee among the children and give thee a pleasant land, a Godly heritage of the hosts of nations ? and I said, thou slialt call me my Father; and shall not turn away from me.' In the evening from 1 John ii. 1. — ' My little children these things I write unto vpu, that ye sin not.' The sermons were faithful and eloquent, evidently coming from- a heart that felt a Christian power of love to his Redeemer and to his fellow men on earth. The at tention of the congregation was riveted to the gifted preacher on each occasion, and very...

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TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 22 April 1865

TO THE EDITOR. Sir — I have examined carefully the rifie used by Private Hollis at the sham fight on Monday last, and which is Btated by him to have gone off at half-cock, and thereby blown off part of tho little finger of his right hand, and I find tho lock to be m a thoroughly efficient state, and that it is quite impossihle for it to have gone off at half-eoek as represented. There is no doubt in my mind as to the manner in which the accident to Private Hollis occurred, and I am of opinion that nearly all the casualties we hear of from the unintended explosions of firearms are occasioned by similar inattention to proper rules. After finishing his loading and placing a cap on the nipple, instead of leaving his rifle at half cock (tho most safe state for a loaded piece to be in, and that prescribed in the platoon exercise), Private Hollis must have brought down the hammer on the cap, which is the most unsafe position it can be in, as the cap may then be exploded in three ways, eith...

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VOLUNTEER SHAM FIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 22 April 1865

VOLUNTEER SHAM FIGHT. [COMMTTKICATED BT OUB SPECIAL VO LUNTEER CORBESrO-TDEXT ] Easteb Monday was a yrand day for our volunteers 'in Gawler. An hour before the starting of the train the two Gawler companies began to assemble at their respective rendezvous, the 1st Gawler Rifles at the Gawler Arms, and the Gawler Volunteers at the Old Spot. The Gawler Volunteer band played up and down Murray-street previous to their de parture. The companies marched over to the station where every attention to their comfort was paid by Corporal Percival, the station master. On arriving at the Port they were however somewhat disap pointed in finding that they were told off amongst the companies forming the reserve, the consequence of which was that being kept out of sight them§elres they naturally could see nothing of what was going on. They marched and counter marched over the sandhills in a most ex emplary manner,~aud though debarred from taking any active part in the more serious buainess of the : ...

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ASHWELL. [COMMUNICATED.] [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 22 April 1865

ASH WELL. [communicated.] A public meeting was held here on Saturday evening, April 8th, for the pur pone ct memorialising Government on th# subject of establishing a daily mail, which in former days we enjoyed, but since the opening of the Northern Bail way (the supposed blessing to every one) we were reduced to thrice a week. Mr. W. Delany occupied tfe* chair, and the meeting unanimously agreed to me morialising the Postmaster- General on the subject. At the eame meeting the Ashwell ' School was taken into consideration, the dwelling portion of which is far too small, and which, f Imrogh some error, has been put upon grouud not belonging to the District Council. The latter mistake has been rectified by Mr. Barrow, the former .! donor of the land, who has given sixty feet more frontage for school purposes, \ so that there may now no longer bo any complaint of want of room for the ground work of education hero. A memorial, '? with list of subscriptions, is in course of ? signature t...

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THE NEW VICTORIAN LAND ACT. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 22 April 1865

THE NEW VICTORIAN LAND ACT. During the last few months anew Land Act has been passed in Victoria, and has become the law oi the land. We have heard but little respecting it from the new candidates for Legislative honours or from the older members of the House, and yet it is a measure which must affect the welfare of South Australia most deeply. The simple fact that within three months fuur millions of acres of agricultural land are to be opened up for selection at 2s. per acr« on leases with right of purchase at the end of seven years at £1 per acre, and this in blocks of 40 to 6iO acres, is enough to make many of our smaller' agriculturists prick their* ears, and begin to suspect that there may be some improvement in our own much praised system. Yet this is simply the fact— 4,000,000 acres are to be surveyed immediately, and the quantity reserved for leasing is never to be diminished below 2,000,000 acres. The applicant after selecting his block has only to,] pay down one half-year...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 22 April 1865

IMPOUNDING NOTICES. GAWLEBTOWN, JameB Busbridge, Pound keeper — One dark bay or brown filly, like GP near neck, small star in forehead, switch tail, t-la*k points. If not claimed, will be sold April 24, 18G5, fctnoon. TOWNSHIP OF GREENOCK, Hundred of Nuriootpa (nearest Poat-Ofiice, Greanock,) Albert Sevelitz, Poundkeeper— The brown mare, little white on off hind foot, branded like .-^ over A with B under on off shoulder, and like jN conjoined on near shoulder, advertised List week, appeal's now to be branded like A with and B under off shoulder, and ^ over JS near shoulder. If not churned, will be sold April 24, 1865, at noon. WILLASTON, Mudla Wirra, (nearest Post Office, Willaston), Robert Gwynne, Pound keeper. — One red bullock, staggy, ears marked, branded like JW near rump; one red bullock, white belly, br -nded WS near ribs; one cow, white back and belly, yellow and brindle sidos, branded j& off rump. If not claimed, will be sold April 24, 1865, at noon. ONETREE HILL, M...

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GRAIN MARKET. Gawler, April 21, 1865. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 22 April 1865

GRAIN MARKET. Gawlcr, April 21, 1865. I have to record a considerable advance in the value of breadstuff's, since my ast report, owing anostly to the short supply from the farmers, but from the tenor of last English. Mail advices, there seems a goodly number of vessels loading and sailed for the neighboring colonies \rith flour and wheat, from the Chilian Forts, and I make no doubt that a reac tion is at hand,' either a sudden start upwards, or a considerable fall. Wheat is being quoted at the two mills at Ss. 3d. per bushel for dray loads Flour £21 10s., bags included. Oats very dull of sale, there seems to be no demand for them at present, price nominal, 5s. to 5s. 6d. for wliite. If a good sample of Cape was offered, it would command as good a price. Bye is also enquired for, bat very little, if any, finds its way into the mar ket. It is principally enquired for for early feed. Barley, both Engliah and Cape are wanted, the latter more especially for horse feed, axd it is worth 3s...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 22 April 1865

Imperial Tire Insurance Com - pany, London* ''? CAPITAL, £1,600,000. ALL CLAIMS SETTLED IN THE COLONY. EDMCND W. WRIGHT, Adelaide Insurances effected on application to' T. OLIVER JONES, Gawler. WILLASTON. HIGHEST MARKET PRICE .given for WHEAT, in any quantity. ' BIGS LENT as usual. . C.T.SC0WN. Delivery of Parcels taken on the Line of Hailway. SCHLUTER and HARTMANN, GENERAL STOREKEEPERS, MURRAY-STREET, GAWLEE JUST unpacking, a beautiful assort ment of GOODS suitable for the Season m ?GttOCBRT, IeONSTONGEEY, CfiOCKSKT, DbAPERY, at the Lowest Prices. *-MALL PROFITS AND QUICK KETCRNS. \ Colonial Product Bought at tho highest aaarket price. H. BOMEKE, * BLACKSMITH and WIIEELW1UGHT Shea-Oak Log- ? .PATE NT EE AND SOLE ] Manufacturer ] of Tnu ? - Three-Furrow Ploughs '.TjiVEEY' description of FARMING Hi IMPLEMENTS, on the newest principle, executed on the shortest notice. The Thret-Furrvio PLOUGH, can be seen mt work daity, attJic Shea Oak Log. ORDERS PUNCTUALLY ATTENDED TO. j - ? : ? : ?...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 22 April 1865

Gawler Musical Society, EVENING ENTERTAINMENT WILL W given by the If embers of the above Soeiofrr, ia tho Oadfollowa* Ball, on WelawAij, May 3rd, in Aid of the Itaukofthd Sfovefoopero' Aasistanto* Association, w&enttatQwUltoEhin? several GLEES, DUETS, &CHOBUSES, together with which then* trill be some BEOITATIONS given by Members of the Society. WAi/rrn Durorau* Bo*, MJP-, baa kindly consented to pwsidr MOONLIGHT. Prices of Admission— Front Seats, 2a. 6cL j Back Seats, Is. Gd, ?Relate to be bad of tbe Members of the Society. Doora open at half -post 7, to commence at 8. For particulars sea programmes. T. BENSON, Secretarj'. NOTICE fllHE undermentioned Storekeepers in X in Gawler will CLOSE their ESTAB LISHMENTS on and after Monday, May lBt, at 6 p.m. (Saturdays cxcepted). . F JAMES HAKKIS, T. ENGELBRECHT, J, & O. WILCOX, SCHLUTEK & HAETMANN, HERBERT DEAN, JAMES FERGUSON, C. G. ROEDIGER, E. KRUTLI, THOMAS WILCOX, WILLIAM BROWNING. The Savings Bank of S...

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LATEST INTELLIGENCE. Bunyip Office, Friday, 9, p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 6 May 1865

LATEST INTELLIGENCE. [By Electric Telegraph] Iiunyip Office, Fritby, 9, p.m. Government intend surveying new townships in each of the Hundreds where surveys are now going on, and where townships at present do not exist. A bright idea has been suggested at a meeting of the Lessees of the Crown. Lands of the far north, who have passed a resolution to roquest Government for a remission of rents for the next two years, and for an extension of leases for fourteen years on present terms to compensate for their heavy losses. [DOX'T T1IET WISH THEY MAT GET IT ! — Ed. BuyyiP.] GAWLEE, SA'ITJEDAY, MAY 6, 1SG5.

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THE BATTLE OF THE ROADS. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 6 May 1865

THE BATTLE OP THE EOADS. 'We began to fear that the celebrated Gr.ILS. had become defunct since so many of its leading members had volun tarily deserted its rants by allowing cer tain affixes, such as J.P., M.P., &c., &e. to be appended to their names, but this noble institution has, Phocnix-lilse, risen from its ashes, and this lime, not content with holding its meetings in the public room of a public-house, lias actually held out-door meetings at the corner oi every street, and seems to be continually sitting (or standing) discussing the one grand question of the' day — the closing [of the road from the South Para Bridge to Murray-street. Our mercantile members (of the Gr.lI.S.) have been busy specula ting and clubbing together to purchase the debatable ground. Our agitating members (likewise of the G n.S) have been stirring up [the mud, and endeavor ing to make a dirt pie of the road for the Corporation to digest, f Our imbecile members (G.II.S.) have been holding...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 6 May 1865

Imperial ^ire Insurance Com pany, London. CAPITAL, £1,600,000. ALL CLAIMS SETTLED IN THE COLONY. EDMUND W. WEIGHT, Adelaide. Insurances effected on application to . T. OLIVER JONES, Gawler. WILLASTON. HIGHEST -MAiKBT.PBICE given for WHEAT, in any quantity. BAGS LENT as usual. C.T.SCOWN. Delivery of Parcels taken on the Line of Railway. SCHLUTER and HARTMANN, GENERAL STOREKEEPERS, Bf XT KB A Y-S TEEET, GAWLEE JUST unpacking, a beautiful assort ment of GOODS suitable for the Season Gkocbey, Ironmongery, Crockery, Drapery, at the Lowest Prices. SMALL PROFITS AND QUICK RETURNS. Colonial Produce Bought at the highest _, .', market price. fi. BOMEEE, . BLACKSMITH and WHEELWRIGHT Shea-Oak Log PATENTEE AND I OLE Manufacturer OF THE Three-Furrow Houghs INVERT description of FARMING 111 IMPLEMENTS, on the newest principle, executed on the shortest notice. The Three-Furrmo PLOUGH, can Is teat at toork daifjf, at the Sfiea Qak Log. ORDERS PUNCTUALLY ATTENDED TO. WHEAT, If Good and Clean, 'PURCH...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 6 May 1865

NOTICE. MIL E. B. WHITE, EA,, iatondt Visiting Gawler Weekly, if a sufficient number of Pupils for the Piano is guaranteed. Terms and further particulars can be 6b- t tained from Mr. W. Barnet, Bookseller and Stationer, Gawler. ? Hr. K. B, TVbile, B.A., begs to state that q he will visit Gawler, on Tuesday next, for the A purpose of teaching. £( ? : — : ? a MINTAHO SLATES. $ Thompson Priest, BEGS to inform the Inhabitants of ~~ GAWLER and its Vicinitj, that, as his ?tny in Gawler on the present occasion is limited, orders for the -well-known and sn^erior M ailNTAHO SLATES, for Footpaths, House J and Olticc Floors, &c, should bo sent to him j, without delay. u Prince Albert Hotel, Gawler, E May Gth, 1S65. G o* JUST OPEN ED ? G AUTUMN SILKS, NEW GOODS. _ GKEAT BARGAINS. J. Miller Anderson & Co. J T K VITE attention to the following very si X cheap lot of new ^ AUTUMN SILKS 'Which they have purchased on terms bo faror nLle a3 to be enabled to offer them at the following...

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GAWLER CORPORATION. WEDNESDAY, MAY 3. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 6 May 1865

GAWLER CORPORATION. Wednesday, Mat 3. Present — Councillors Roedigcr (in the chair), Mold, Bathurst, and Mitchell. Tho Public Works Committee reported having met on Monday last, when the following tenders were opened for deliv ering 100 yards of screened gravel : — John Boyle, Is. 7d. per yard. William Basset, 2s. And that the tender of J. Boyle had been accepted. A letter was read from Mr. F. F. Tur ner, on behalf of Messrs. Fotheringham Brothers, with reference to Allotment No. 5 and 6, stating that they allege and believe that portions of these allotments have been wrongfully taken possession of and used as a public road in coutinua tion of Murray-street. That Mr. James Fotheringham claims to be the owner in fee .simple of that part of Allotment G, aud Messrs. Fotheringham to be lessees, for a term of which 30 years are unex s pi red, of the part of Lot 5, and inquiring j on their behalf whether the Council arc inclined to treat with them for the pur chase of their several intere...

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TUESDAY, MAY 2. [Before R. J. Turner, Esq., S.M., J. S. Millner, Esq., J.P., and J. Martin, Esq., J.P.] CIVIL. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 6 May 1865

Tuesday, May 2. [Before R. J. Turner, Esq., S.M., J. S. Millner. Esq., J.P., and J. Martin, Esq., J.P.] CIVTL. Popham v. Webber. — Claim for £1 8s , for medical attendance and interest. Defendant, who simply stated in his defence that he appeared, did not appear at the trial. Verdict for £1 is. and costs. Ferme v. Ford. — Claim for £3, value of certain niirs destroyed bv defendant. Mr. Turner for plaintiff; Mr. Ruadll for defendant. Neither parties appeared personally, so the case was adjourned for one week at the request of the solicitors engaged. .FXGKLBKECIIT AXJ- OxiIEBS V. WaLTOX. — Claim for £2 5s. 3d., goods. Mr. Turner for defendant, Arerdict lor amount claimed. CRimsxr.. Chriftian Gniel was charged by Mat thias Modra with using threatening language towards him on the 22ud ult. Mr. Turner for complainant. The offence being proved, defendant was bound over to keep the peace for three months in his own recognizance for £10.

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TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 6 May 1865

TO THE EDITOR. Sir— Mr. W. U. Russell would, I think, have been more convincing ot' tho disin terestedness of Mr. Bright in reference to the appeal case if he liad mentioned the reason tho Society did not on the day of their meeting transact the business for which they were called together. Can he say the subject ot paying the cost of the appeal in case of failure out of the Society's funds was not mooted, or that strong opinions were .not expressed by some of the members that only the fine and j costs of the Gawler v'ourt should be paid by tbe Society, any further action and expense being left, to those who felt ilieir dignity damaged by r.n ofliccr of the Cor poration endeavouring to gain admission to the show, to protect the Society from discredit, and the few who exhibited from losses similar to those complained of at tbe previous show. Yours, RUSTIC.

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