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SATURDAY, MAY 13th. [Before R. J. Turner, Esq., S.M.] Bomeke v. Farrell and Son. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 20 May 1865

Satteoay, Mat 13th. [Before B. J. Turner, Esq.. S.M.] Bomehe v. Farrell and Son. The commencement of this case was reported in our last issue, the defen dants being charged with felonious ly assaulting Bomeke on the 25th :April last, when the prisoners were re manded for eight days, bail being refused until Bomeke was pronounced out of danger. Mr. W. B. Lewis for the prosecution : Messrs. Budall and H. C. Palmer for the ] defendants. ! Heinrich Bomeke, blacksmith, Sheoak j Log, deposed— On Tuesday, 25th April', went to Polaek's sale. Was going home between four and five o'clock in the after noon. Went through Polaek's front garden, and as I was walking along the road saw Farrell and his son at the stock yard. As I came near them Farrell asked me what I had been up to. I said I'll tdl you. The night before Tom Farrell aud one of my men were fighting ; but before I told him the elder Farrell hit me with a stick two or three times over the head. It was a malice stick, about double the ...

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PRESBYTERIAN UNION. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 20 May 1865

PRESBYTERIAN UHOIf. Thb union of tho Presbyterian Churches, the Established,United,andFree/was consummated on Wednesday last. On the afternoon of that day, a large congregation assembled in St. Andrews* Church, to witness a service of memorable interest. The Rev. James Lyall opened the proceedings by praise, reading of the word, and prayer. Mr. Lyall having descended from the pulpit, the Eev. John ' Gardner gave a detailed statement of the steps that had been taken in connexion^ with the (XU1U1X 4UVFV C1UCUV ? AWUU V**V* »/MV-Sht w» vuuvu) *^i»*^» ? the declaration of adherence on tho part of the ? ? several sessions and congregations, and con - -.eluded by moving that a presbytery be now formed. This was done in due form, Mr. Gardner having'^ been called to occupy the moderator's chair. In tho capacity of modera tor, ho gave to each of the Brethren, Ministers, ' and Elders, tho right hand of fellowship. The formula having next been read, each Minister signed the same, according to ...

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RAILWAY MANAGEMENT. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 20 May 1865

EAILAYAY MANAGEMENT. TO THE EDITOB. Srn, — As the Government have decided to dispense with the services of the late manager, I presume they will be looking round for his successor. I have heard it whispered that one is to be sent for from England or the other colonies. Iu either case I think it will be a great shame if they do. And having had some little experience in railway matters, I may perhaps be allowed to express my opinion, men now in Government service on the Port and North lines of railway who hf ve discharged their duty satisfactorily during six or eight years' service, and :mc, in my opinion, admirably adapted for ihc position. Some of these men have their colonial experience backed by from three to seven years' connection with English lines, there fore are unquestionably thoroughly prac tical. This, Sir, I think, ought to have great weight with the Government — that is, promotion of the staff according to merit I have noticed men upon these lines in oneposition almost e...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 20 May 1865

BIRTH. At Gawler, on the 17th inst., the wife     of Mr. Joshua FINCH, of a daughter. GAWLER, Saturday, May 20, 1865.

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PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH SOIREE. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 20 May 1865

PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH SOIREE The Anniversary Services of the above church were held on Sunday and Mon- day, the 7th and 8th inst. The Rev. J.   Lyall of Adelaide preached on Sunday, to large and attentive congregations. On Monday evening, the usual Soiree was held when the church was crowded to excess, great numbers having to go away in consequence of not being able to gain admittance; upwards of 400 persons must have been present, to each of whom on entering the church, was presented a paper bag containing fruit and cake. On the platform were the Rev. Mr. Gordon, pastor of the church; the Rev. Messrs Roddick, Presbyterian Minister; Rev. Messrs Hodge, Gibson, and C. J. Evans, Independent Ministers; Rev. Mr. Brown,   Wesleyan; and Rev. S. Mead, Baptist. After singing tho 100th Psalm, the chairman, (Rev. J. Gordon,) read the 19th Psalm, after which, prayer, was offered by the Rev. Mr. Hodge. Mr. John Mitchell then read the following report, which was unanimousl...

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SALISBURY. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 20 May 1865

SALISBURY. [From a Coi respondent] The New Church (St. John s), was Opened on Thursday, May llth. The opening' sermon was preached by the Rev. Canon Coombs, the Lord Bishop and several other clergymen taking pavt in the service. A tea meeting was afterwards held in the Assembly Boom, and numerously atten ded, after tea the chair was taken by the } Lord Bishop, who opened the proceedings ! with an address. The musical societv gave several anthems and pieces in excel- j Sent style, and the Rev. B. Craig1 gave ! a lecture on *' Columbus an-1 Stephenson,' j followed by a reading by. the llev. Cnnon Coombs. The proceeds ot' the day to the funds of the Church were £72. A meeting of tile members of the Church took place on Timrsday evening last, May 18th, when Dr. Fisber and Mr. Wilson were elected us wardens, and Messrs. Dayman and T. Wright sidesmen. The rent of the peivs for tue ensuing year was decided upon, and it was resolved to male collections at each Sunday service. [A more length...

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BAROSSA WEST DISTRICT COUNCIL. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 20 May 1865

BAEOSSA WEST DISTRICT CODNCIL. TO THE EDITOR. Sir— Can you, or any of your readers, inform 'me what has become of the Inspector of Boads for the above corpora- j tion? In passing 'one portion] of a much frequented road, I noticed several heaps I of stones in various parts, but not , levelled, which is very annoying during the day, and exceedingly dangerous at night time. Another road I wished to pass along, but found it fenced in by the occupier of the adjoining ground. I had to alight no less than five times to take down slip panels. Surely these are matters that ought not to exist so close to Gawler. Yours, &c. SHOPKEEPER. PS, — On a future occasion I will give you a few particulars of dangerous stumps, and stray cattle.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 20 May 1865

Advt.— HotiiOWAy's Ointment. — AH vari eties ftf ulceration%, bad logs, sores, wounds, and eruptions, can be cured by the diligent uso of this cooling, soothing, and healing ungent. The old, and often failing fashion of strapping' the edges of ulcers together with trlabtcra hai entirely given way before the moru reasonable* treatment by Holloway'fi Ointment, which builds up from the bottom of tho wunit with sound and healthy granulations; these gradu ally grow till they reach the level of tho surface, then contract, harden, and iuuno diately become covered with a new and wholesome skin. The proper applications of this Ointment diminishes tli© isinammation causes the unhealthy discharge first to grow thick, then to cease. Tha pills should to taken so as to act in unison with the Oint ment.

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AUBURN. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 20 May 1865

AUBUEN. £3Trom our own Correspondent.} Farmers have had rain enough to satisfy them for all purposes ; in fact, although the rain was rather long in coming, when it did come it was in right earnest, and the Avhole district is showing the beneficial effects of the change. The farmers are very busy sowing, and are giving an extra push to get as much as possible under crop, which will be much larger than last year. Permanent improvements are to 1\a o/inti -i»i in 11 J% »*»An4-*s\nci ? an mrllOTlll i fl.lilO proof of the great good the last two seasons have done to the farming inte rests. On Saturday, the 6th, was Court day. The cause list was heavy, but only four or five small cases were got through, owing to the technicalities aud useless opposition and waste of time caused by one of our gentleman of the gown, who seems to delight in trying how much he can delay common justice, and no doubt prides himself on his rising fame iu rules JSTisi, Certiorari, &c. Such a state of thin...

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COWAN STREET WATER RESERVE. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 20 May 1865

COWAN STREET WATER RESERVE. TO THE EDITOB. Sra. — Allow me to draw your special attention to the notorious fact, that the Gawler TVesfc water dyke, situated about half-way between the Old Bushman and the Police Court, is now open for the recreation of the public, and as the said dyke is situated in the middle of a public road, no fee will be charged to those who wish to enjoy themselves on the same, any persons anxious to shoot ever these extensive waters, will be pleased to learn that the Gawler omnibusses ruu to the immediate neighborhood twice a day, at the small fare of sixpence each way. Any further information respecting the depth, or extent of this beautiful sheet of water, may be learnt at the proper office. No bathing allowed between the hours of six a.m., and five p.m Yours &c, WATER SPRITE. Goosedubs, May 17, 18G5.

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IMPOUNDING NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 20 May 1865

IMPOUNDING NOTICES. ANGASTOtf (Post Town),B, HyndeFound' keeper — One red cow, rope on hnad, 1Mb caw marked, TS near rump; one red and white spotted cow, star in forehead, both can marked, TS near ramp; one ted cow, both cars marked, TS near rump; one red and white spotted polcy cow, both ears marked, TS near rump; one yellow and white spotted poley cow, brown face, botlTears marked. TS near ramp. « not claimed, will be sold May 22, 1865 at noon. WILLIAMS-TOWN, Section 29, (nearest Post-Office, WUliamstown), Jodah Eva, Pound keeper.—Oae bay Mare, black points, collar and saddle marked, branded like HL conjoined or ML conjoined near shoulder. If not claimed, will be soli May 22, Ib63, at soon,

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FREELING. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 20 May 1865

FRGKLIXG. (From a Correspondent.) A meeting was held at Elscholze'a Hotel, Freeling, on Wednesday evening last, to consider the advisability* of form ing a Fanners' Club in that part of the country. There was a goodly attendance of neighboring farmers at the meeting, which was presided over by Mr. James Harvey. Our correspondent, without minutely supplying the details of the proceedings furnishes us with the follow ing summary ot the arguments influencing the movement. It was observed that though Freeling is not yet a place of apparent importance it is nevertheless the centre ©f one of the largest corn-growing districts of the province, «bicc it may therefore be said to represent. One of the objects of the proposed club n to protest- and take action against the present reckless pvs teni of managing toe public lands, &x the last few years the agricultural interest had flourished and become the leading interest of the colony, but there was some danger of its progress being che...

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PENFIELD. ANNIVERSARY DINNER OF THE LOYAL VIRGINIA LODGE. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 20 May 1865

PSNFIELB. [From our own Correspondent.] AKNTVEBSABT DIKNEB OF THE XOrAL YIBGI-'IA LODGE. Os Thursday evening last, the first anniversary dinner of the above Lodge took place at the New Wheatsheaf Inn, Virginia. About 60 brothers and friends sat down to a repast provided by Host Saint. To say the spread was a good one, would not express what it really was, let it suffice that all the delicacies of the season were provided, and served up in the most elegant style by the host, who I believe stands A.' 1. as a country caterer. N. G. Johnson Carson, presided, sup ported on the right by the L. Secretary, and two Quillfield notables ; and on his left by a brother, and a Salisbury gent and another Quillfield notable. The Vice-chair was ably, filled by brother Bradshaw. After ample justice had been done to host Saint's cookery, on the cloth being removed, the chairman in quick succession, gave the usual loyal toasts, which were received as only South Australians can receive them. His Excelle...

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LOCAL COURT—GAWLER. TUESDAY, MAY 9. [Before R. J. Turner, Esq., S.M.] CIVIL. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 20 May 1865

LOCAL COFBT— GAWLEK. ; . Tuesday, Mat 9. [Before®. J. Turner, Esq., S.M.] CIVIL. CaiTTENDEy v. McLean — Claim for £5. 16s. 6d., due on undertaking, given under the impounding act, and for poundage fees. Mr. Turner for plaintiff, Mr. Budall for defendant. The promissory note being quite informal, was not allowed, and a verdict was given for the poundage fees, 17s. 9d. Fehke v. Fobd. — Settled out of Court. 'Wilcox v. AirpEEWs. — Struck out, CBiaiEJAl. There were several criminal cases on the list, but owing to only one Justice of the Peace being on the bencli they were adjourned till a day when, two Justices should be present.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 20 May 1865

?rJgr* QTEAM TO MEL J[|?j|§fif^^ Dotea of Sailing during iho ?'WS^^^m Month of May of the Steam ALDINGA and COORONG. Tbov Adelaide. Fkosi JIemjouune. _. Coorong,3r4May Aldiaga, 3rd May ^M Aldinga,8th ' Coorong. 8th ' Coorong. 12th ?' AIdinffa,12th ' Aiding, I7th «? Cooron-y. 17th ' 'i Ooorong. 23rd ' Aiding, 23rd ' Aldinga, 27th ' . Coorong, 27th ' Coorongt 31st ' Aldinga, 31st ' ? p J. DABWENT, Grenfell-strcet. I TENDEB8. £ ? to FOB the Building of a CATHOLIC CIIUBCII, on the Light, about three tntlcH west of Stockport, will be received till 1st of Juno, by tho undersigned, to whom Tenders axe to bo addressed. Plans and Bpoci flcutions can bo Gcen at Mr. Charles Ford's Store, Kapunda. FBEDER1CK BYRNE, St. John's, Kapunda. North Eoad Committee. T1TOE ADJOURNED MEETING of J the above COMMITTEE will bo held at Mr. Young's Old Spot Hotel, Gawler, on Saturday next, at three p.m. E. L. GRUNDY, Secretary. Gawler, Wednesday, May 17, 1805. qUEEETS BIRTHDAY. WEDNESDAY, MAY 24th, at 1 o'clock...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 20 May 1865

PEN ALUN A & SON, BLACKSMITHS, MACHINISTS. WHEEL WEIGHTS, COACHBUILDESS, 4c B]«G- to inform fho Inhabitants of Oawler.andFarmeraandotlier inthesnr rounding district, that thoy have opened their UEW PREMISES, between Messrs Fother inpham's Store, and the Union Mills. Marray Stroet, Gawlcr. and are now prepared to execute any order in the above branches, with . which they may be favored. PonnJnna & Son, besr to state that they have secured the services of snperior workman. *m«i aTso have laid in an excellent Stock of Well Seasoned Timber. Orders for Reaping Machines, Spring Carts. Wagons. Drays, &c, &c., will bo punctually «xecutcd. HOUSES SHOD on tho SHORTEST NOTICE. Imperial Fire Insurance Com pany, London. CAPITAL, £1,600,000: ALL CLAIMS SETTLED IN THE COLONY. EDMUND W. WRIGHT, Adelaide. Insurances effected on application to T. OLIVER JONES, Gawler. willaston! ~' TJIGHEST MARKET PRICE XX given for WHEAT, in any quantify. BAGS LENT as usual. C.T.SC0WN...

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GRAIN MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 20 May 1865

GEAIN MAEKET. The fovoraWo weather we liave Lad for tho hist fortnight, has been taken advantage of by our farmers to get in their crop, and consequently they have not been able to cart wheat to market, the past week therefore has been the dullest week of the season, and we have Bcarcely seen a loaded team in the town. The mills we understand are paying from 7s. 3d. to 7s. G&: according to samples, and time of delivery, but the former quotation is about the market value. There seems to be a great uncertainty about how tho price will rule for the remainder of the season, some of the farmers still holding, with the hope of getting the much coveted 10s. per bushel. 'We think they are wrong in refusing to sell a portion of their crops at present rates, as it is a fact that Chili has an unlimited quantity of cereals on hand, and will sell at such rates as pre cludes the chance of very high prices ruling long in the colonies, and as our stock in the colony at this time of the year...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 3 June 1865

A Judge asd His H's. — A. story has Leon goinjf about lately -which, though rather per sonal, -will yet bear repetition. Baron Channel', one of the judges of the Court of Exchequer, has a way of 'eluding his h's' — not leaving them quite out, but {pirating them so slightly as te be almost imperceptible to the unassisted ear. A case 'vras trie-i before him a short timo &£?! concerning a s-i;p called tho 'Hering.' The leading council for the plaintiff, after his reply, irentout of court for a vrhilo, and on hia return, finding the judge summing up and con- ' si&stly speaking- of l:Le ''Erin*',' turned to his junior, asking. ' TTThat has become of our sliip?' to which the reply was. 'Oh, she has only carried away an ' h ' in the chops of tho Channell !' Mr. Baron Chauuell is one of the judges in the Western circuit this year. SCALE of charges for advertisements in the JBungip: Two lines . One Shilling Three linea , One Shilling and Sispcnro Four lines . . Two Shillings ...

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ASHWELL. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 3 June 1865

ASH WELL. [From our own Correspondent.] A meetin'u was held at Templer's Hotel, on the 29th ult., to consider the letter received from tie Postmaster General. Mr. Thoinas Chesson was' called to tho chair. The purport of the letter was to the effect tliat the daily mail could not be granted without it could be carried at a slight advance on the present contract. iur. nenry jiarvey was in attendance, and signified his willingness to undertake the duty for thirty pounds per annum over the present contract. The meeting resolved that a letter be written to 'that elfect to the Postmaster General, hoping he would concede to the wishes of the neighbourhood. The contractor has not made, his, ap- pearance on the Old North Boad aaLyet, so we are now 'doomed again to slough it for another season. It was .thought, at one time there would have been a step ping-stone between here and Gawler, but we are left to step into it.

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POLICE COURT—GAWLER. TUESDAY, MAY 23. [Before R. J. Turner, Esq., S.M., and J. Pile, Esq., J.P.] UNSATISFIED JUDGMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 3 June 1865

POLICE COUKT— GAWLEK. Tuesday, Max 23. [Before B. J. Turner, Esq., S.M., and J. - Pile, Esq., J.l\] VXSATISFIED JUDGMENT. James Harris, Stobekeepki:, Gawj.ee, v. Mun'oat.— Complainant wished to have an order for payment of 10s. per week for the sum sued for— viz., £L1. The Court ordered 7s. per week, or imprison ment in default.

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