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POLICE COURT—GAWLER. MONDAY, AUGUST 14. [Before Mr. R. J. Turner, S.M.] [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 26 August 1865

Police court— gawler. Moxday, August 14. '**? [Before Mr. R. J. Turner, S.M.1 John. Sullivan Hens brought up, charged with being drunk and committing a nuisance in Murray-street oh the 12th instant. Fined 5s. for each offence. Tuesday, August 15. T. Ditagnn. aud Henry Knowls* were charged by Frank 'Wilkinson, Clerk of District Council, Mudla 'Wirni, with un lawfully removing timber off the waste lands of the Crown. Duggan was fined £7 and costs, aud the case against Ivnowles dismissed, on account of being in Dujrgau's employment, arid acting under his orders. — Lvtzf^ licensed victualler, of SKea oak Lo«r, was charged by Sergeant Saun ders with refusing to serve and provide for him a* traveller on the 7th nistaut. -? r. Riuhill for defendant. The evidence showed that the defendant had, On the day named, closed his lumsc* and had not since opelied it Mr. Kudall argued that a licensed victualler had the povrer at any time of closing his house penna ueutly. Ihe Jbenoli agreed with Mr. ...

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TESTIMONIAL TO MR. E. L. GRUNDY GAWLER. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 26 August 1865

TESTIMONIAL Tt) MM E. L. GBUXDY GAWLKB. The numerous friends; ami wrl'-u-ishcrs of Mr. Grundy. _in the vicinity of Gnwlor. in linmscq. and elsewhere, will doubtless pcru«c with satis faction the following pleasing account of the spirited and considerate mann»r in whitrh his fi'lldu'-towiijtmen of O.iwlcr. liave durinir the present month decided upon cv-niplimp;itinsi that gentleman, and recojrn5.si»«r liis wiUin? services at the present tune, and on past occasions, in connexion with the town and neighborhood. We copy from the Adelaide Il*t;i.«ter. and Adi'erti«cr papers of Mnml-iy and Tuesday, the following particulars of the pre sentation referred to, r-»-;retting th:it we cannot nt tho snme time introduce Mr. Onindy's interesting acknowl^lgmcnt, Imt which in justice to that !n-ntle«nan. and thos-* shu have so pr-Miiptly and liWi'raMy acted on the sujk*-s- tion m;ide in the Buai/ip lnst month, we intend giving in exteuso. in our next issue. THE PKESENTATIOX. The manner in whicli Mr...

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GAWLER CORPORATION. AUGUST 23, 1865. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 26 August 1865

GAAVLEK CORPORATION. August 23, 1SG3. Present— r31 is 'Worship the Mtiyor in tlie chair; Councillors Mold, Bailiurst, Eocdiger, AViirrcy, and Young. Councillor Mitchell sent iu au excuse for uou-at tendance. Tenders were opened for valuator: — Mr. Grmidy,'£3 ; Mr. Starl^ £33. Mr. Gruudy's tender accepted. The Inspector was directed to proceed against Mr. E. Wileox, the rcn.edv pro posed not bein«» considered suttleient to protect the public from the dangerous state of the wall in front of premises, Jacob-street. The Town Clerk was instructed to communicate with Mr. Warren, and request him to complete defining the angles o£ the streets, and to furnish par ticulars of the encroachments by the 1st October at the latest. The Cemetery .Committee to bo re quested to bring up their report at the next meeting. * The Town Clerk submitted an estimate of probable receipts and expenditure for year ensuing, iu conformity with clause 15 L of Municipal Council Act, which was adopted. A letter from...

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THURSDAY, AUGUST 17. [Before Dr. Lewis, J.P.] [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 26 August 1865

TnriisDAT, ArorsT 1?. TBefore Df. Lewis, J.P.I (re--rtfe Prire, labourer, was charged with obtaining certain goods from Ludwig Bevilaqua, storekeeper, of Lyndoch, by means of a false pretence. W lliam Gowcr stated that ho was au assistant in Mr 1-BcVHaqua's store*. On the J 4th inst. the prkpacr cukhMu htul bought a blank*, fc and a shift, llife pnnoner statc-d that lie was working f«r Mr. Jjoohy, «, eontractor. It was on the faith of that etatemeut thkt priso'ner'got tli6^goo*uB ©it credit. Prisoner st«'tc»a that Iffe VoulA pay on tha follrtwiii!* Saturday night, as it was pay-night. Edward Looby, con tractor, stated that lie had only twice seen the prisoner The £rat tijnetvss on the 12th iustant, Ivhen prlsonc* iisked him for work. He promised hhn Vork, but prisoner -never came oh tlie following Monday. On last . Tuesday ho saw tho prisoner near tho contract ho Was on, but the prisoner 'clifl not speak to him, find never entered his service. He never told the prisoner to get goods...

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TUESDAY, August 22. [Before Mr. Turner, S.M. and Dr. Millner.] [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 26 August 1865

TcesdaY, August 22. [BeforeMr.Turner,}5.M.audDr3filuier.l Vowax v. Pile. — James Pile, was charged with refusing to pa}' oiie Kichard Cowan atid another £$» 3s. tbr work and labour done. Hrehard Cowan stated thav he signed the agreement produced, which stated that he aud Bryan were to maka a road leading to a quarry at Is. per cubic yard. * They worked at the job ur til they came to a rock, when they co- - Bid ?.rod. it finished, and they demand- d payment, which defendant refused unlese they Anisheu the road through the rock. For the defence, John M\lviulay stated that he was present Avheh the agreement was signed, and the instructions referred to iu the agreement were given to Bryan. The men w.^ informed that if they came to rock, Mr. Tile would send men to blast. They had not completed the ro.ad. The starting point and termination of tho road had been pointed out to complain ants. The termination was close to au old stump. It was distinctly staler! that the road should be made to...

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GRAIN MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 26 August 1865

&RATN MA1IKST. Our Corn Market has been exceedingly dull since our last issue — it is a rare sight now to see a load of wheat in the streets. The price has gradually declined, owing to the numerous arrivals from Chili, at the neighbouring mar kets. Prices quoted at the mills, for good samples, Wheat 7& 6&; Floor, .£19 10s: per ton; Pollard, Is: 8d: to Is: 10&; Bran, is: 6d: to Is. 8d. : .?-???-.? August 25th, 1865.

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THE FREEDOM OF THE PRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 26 August 1865

THE FBEELPOM OF THE PRESS. The present Emperor of the French, in obtaining the rule over that extraordinary people, invited the representatives of the Paris Press to an interview, in which he, in a manner that reads very ludicrously to the ears of Britons, gave a definition, of the liberty of J^t^jftre^s, which, it ap peared, was thence^rtli to eonsist ^of panegyrics onjbim and, M» goings, to the entire exclusion of honest discussion and impartial criticism thereon. Another 9*mt man of our ,colony, who has obtained, the rule over some of its broad acres near &apunda, appears t© have adopted $ie rigid Emperor!s defini tion of what constitutes freedom of thought. Mr. D. Shannon seems to con sider the Kapuada public Press only useful and in the path of duty when, in recording his doings it records his praises ; and the .Shannon family are, ace--rdaig to our reooHection, under some. oJi^atiQa to that Pressfi»A pr«*ty con siderable amount of the laudatory. Kq. sooner* however, do...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 26 August 1865

B^osfe Ctrtfspiibmts. B3m-sjae&r~3%«ad9ect is being i^pestigftted Th&~&^ser«^3Q£ber«rtk3e& «r» va&vc&&- sfcty beld OBO&Jfcr ««at of spacer Akbatcd Bkbad. — Oar CSoorespondent fw ' Sad ample detaite o£ this use&a inn»|KMt^ m the dai^ypap«»-ittiifr present week. ChmB«Ai-&— We axe w*apetie& to ho!2 «f«I^ - jjtooB^b. want of apaee, ateadlng artioteiaffapi , tidssatgeet. K*;doaU many of oarNgsttttti* readers TrOlwat^ with inters thftjBspoMil by the Central Eoad Board, oa Tww»f, next, of tiba Paifiament's tma^l^Mnd pounds. ' ri, ** ' »r tooaiccais reoeiTOd, bat toolateifof jfjMlrfn'ni *ing week. ' JtotP. mtustpleaae to send fenr nameeJoa^ wi&lwcTery«pecooIwtt«(at^li«^l» ^_

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 26 August 1865

:f!ft; ; - !j;&^ Jd»gust;$l, and may fce had^t&e'Hotet T H ^ ^ ,? Mr» Thomas Howard Clarkson. '?? ? ' PBOOBA30SS: '' -.. Our H^ojalOe Friend ? v. Piekens SfceKo^esii iFarmer „. ? -.^ennyson Ikfeaet, Othello ?„...„,...., ? AofcJt,. Scpne.l: $!ie OfeeimaowtiQn Office ? ,..„, Sickens look «ttli» Ota*. ..„;-;................ IngQiasby Mns Os^aiefla BiUiards .-„..........;..,.. Jerrold Sisferaote £KHm.;CsHyJ» and Buskin; Anecdotes, SfocoSoinencSe at 8, precisely; Admission (on - this occasion only) One Shitting. Wilhelm Muller, l*te of the Wfelungton Inn, Currie^troet, i. Adelai.de, EESPBCTJTJIiliY announces to the Inhabitants of Gawler and vicinity, and *q NPKTBP6EN TRAVELLERS and SET TIJEBS, tha^lie has takeja the ^- -3OEM.I1BCUI* HOTEL, 5 Murray-stree^, Gawler, ' ? -' ' iLats Kepte's.) . ? .\ Well known as possessing internally and exter 5u01y,4fee -fewst «epa8MBed»*5oaa f oar Visitors, ^Travellers, and Fanners, north of Adelaide. As Jfc i^W. Mailer's determination to ...

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GAWLER INSTITUTE. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 26 August 1865

':- '?? M^w^ i&8^^ ?-? A^tsoshrirtEte 'meetis-g; was Held onikfon .day-^st^ to iwinpder theibesit ; in^ans;of; .COTTyTng^out the nroposed JFaip;V'1it was; detferm{ued.i:o iimte the «o-pper»taonof th^laaies^Tand -areul»rs were ordered to be forwarded to the iair resideiits, who have at aUiSntes taken an interest in the Institute/ ODiirinsr the evening ihn fnl. lowinglet*et frbta CpV Gawler.was read^, and we are sure that its perusal -will be attended with great -pleasure to all parties -.-^ ,'?? * ??-? ^'Soutfisea. Villa, Southsea, .- V . . « Portsmouth, June 2A, 1865. 'Deab Sjb,— I should have replied by List month's mail to your kind letter of the 25th March, if there had not been good grounds foe, the expectation '.'that 'lay itfie present mail' I could have forwarded the likeness which your committee, on behalf of the members, have had the very kind feeling towards nie to desire. ' Without any unbecoming egotism I may be, . as I am, most sincer^y gratified by this and any...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 26 August 1865

NOTICE! NOTICE! Clearing Out Sale of Boots and Shoes. T, J. BKNSON BEGS to inform the Inhabitants of Gawler and its Vicinity that he intends Cleaving Out his Large Sto«k of BOOTS and SHOES, to make room for other Seasonable Goods, when FtuniUcs will find this a rare opportunity to Stock themselves with CHEAP HOOTS and SHOES. Ladies' Kid Hoots, from 7s. fid., Double Soled. Do. do. do., . Military Heels, Ite. Gd., Single Soled. Do. Goatskin, an Excellent Boot for Wet Weather, 8s. Gd. Ladies' Cashmere Boots, Patent Toe Cap, Kivetted, 4s 8d. Do. do.. Side Laced, Superior Quality, 7s. Gd., usually Sold at 9s. Gd. Do. do. do., Second best Quality, Military Heels, bs. Gd. Do. do. do., Elastic Side, made by Ifoppe, very Best Quality, Military Heels, lls. Gd., aud numerous other kinds equally Cheap. Gents' Long Wellingtons, Best Quality, 19s. Do. Half do., Pegged, 13s. Do. Side Springs, Sewed, 1 Is. 8d. Do. do., Pegged, 1-is, Do. do., French Screws, 20s T. J. B. would respectfully request th...

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GAWLER ANNUAL PLOUGHING MATCH. SHOW OF HORSES, DINNER AND DESSERT. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 26 August 1865

-GAWLEI1 ANNUAL PLOUGHING 4 v; match, ; show op Houses, deotee £$b desbebt. This interesting gathering, so important in connexion with the now leading inter est of South Australia, took place on Thursday, August 17, on ten acreB of the open laud near the shooting butts, the property of Mr. Lett. A brilliant sum mers' day led to a good attendance of 'ruralists and men of Gawler— the former, Including our most substantial circum jacent fanners ; the latter, our two Par liamentary, townsmen, Mr. Buchan, the ?banker. liis Worship the Mayor, Messrs. Pile, McKinlay, Clement, and the prin cipal tradesmen — all the wheat buyers, of courses-Mr. Grundy, and other notables. There were three entries and three prizes for colonial draught entires, and three entries of imported ditto. There was only one entry for blood stock ; and for roadsters, for which three prizes were offered, there was no entry. The spot selected for the ploughs was a beautiful level virgin turf, which worked easily, and the...

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MR. DEAN'S LECTURE ON CANADA. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 26 August 1865

MB. DEAN'S XECTTJBE ON '... .-?? ' CANADA. A tiVEiX correspondent sends us the fol lowing account of the above lecture :— - Having an hoax or. two to spar ?? on Tuesday night, I walked into the Primitive Methodist Chapel to hear Mr. Dean lecture. The Chair man had not arrived, so they chose Mr. Parker, chemist, for the office, who spoke as follows : — Christian friends, I have great pleasure in introducing Mr. Dean. You heard him last night with pleasure, and I have no doubt will again. After this telling speech, Mr. Dean rose and said — If his Chairman's speech was to be the example he had to follow, his lecture would be like a donkey's gallop, short and sweet. The rev. lecturer then glanced humorously at the mixed population, touching on the peculiarities of the canny Scot, the English, Irish, &c, but said that the former race had elevated the tone of feeling consider ably, and had done more than any other to' bring in a good system of education; and he thought that .the s...

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Poet's Corner. AN ENIGMA. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 26 August 1865

— » — . 1 ? I. . 1 1 1 AX ENIOMA. 1 cUho no lowUy lme»j»o— ' Tli«gr(s»t -«nt« of the earth ? 'Were n-»t umo_n my ancestors, For Vax of hiiioMo l-irth. And »tui ftuwnu th« mightiest A mishty oue 1'vo stoo«l, 3For evil 'when 1'vo l-eeu abused, If ustod aright— -for good. IVe bwrn on many a battle field, I've joined the deadly fray. And in the carnage aided man His fellow-man to slay. . To many an aching heart I'to been A minister of peace. Have far removed their anxious cares, And bid their trouble* ccoko. . Fair Pcicnco owes me much, for ahe ^Without wy powerful aid Had not to a delighted world . Her treatum) vast displayed. Religion, pr«^fK«s. liberty, I've aidtsl in their turn. Then think not strange if I thould foci My righteous anger burn To lind myself deripised. contemned, Shunned, treated with disgrace. And 8C« a rival basely born Exalted to my place. Jf tyrants only spurned me 'twere Ko matter of surprise, I've curbed their power, and therefore must Ho huteful in their eyes; ...

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THE DINNER, AND ITS ADMIRABLE DESSERT. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 26 August 1865

THE DIXXER. AN'D ITS ADMIRABLE DESSERT. The chair was occupie«l on the occasion by 'Mr. Hogarth, and the vice-chair by Mr. John ? Smith, of SmitiifieM. The usual loyal toasts b?ing' given from the ? -chair, that of the Governor followed, when the warm and emphatic eulogy of the* Chairman ' ? waa echoed by various excited spirits in a man ner bvyond his expectation, a voice good TW,turedly excLuminjr, ** lie's a countryman of yours; and svne twenty ros^xwuung, ?? lie s a trump, a br-ek. a jolly good fellow, we'll all rally round him,** ie. The Ch.vikmax. s^m^what taken abick with tho storm of goo«l feeling he Wl elieito-l. and ?which evinced no symptom of snb-«idence. ?beggeil a hearing, and then bested rt»t the 'business might W carried on on the quiet, and blandly suggested that they ha«l not coaie there to m»ke fools of themselves— » sentiment more vociferously agreed, to than the previous on-\ . Mr. Orx-spt ttien cave ' The Arm*. Navy, imd Volunteers, ia terras that tended to ple...

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WHAT PEOPLE SAY. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 26 August 1865

WHAT PEOPLE SAT. People say that the showers we have so gratefully received this past weefe cannot our business arranp^nS^lKpln^^^B^^w-' bountiful crops, that our prosperity will be founded on such a sure' basis as will enable us to meet a few reverses in case they should come hereafte r. People say that if the Jiunyipdid make a slip about ' MilesV naughty little boy. it was no more than that vulgar arrange meut did with reference to\a Mayor's neat — the said nest being no longer fewmd in the Ifvnttip aviary. People say that they spent a very pleasant evening at the circus with Mr. Ashton and his clever troupe ; and people also say that Mons. Bird, the last star, is one of no small, magnitude — he beiug voted as ' a deuced clever sort of a fellah, you know.' People saj that the Grundy^ testimonial was a great success, and -thafr the?noble Eomau himself came down heavy with his eight pages in reply ;. and1 people also say that a remarkable cozy and pleasant evening was spent — Mr. Bu...

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THE TOMKINSES & MR. BRIGHT. (CONCLUDED FROM OUR LAST). [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 26 August 1865

THE TOMKINSES A ME BRIGHT. (concluded skom opk _ast). Josiah now rang for the luncheon-tray, being ?of opinion that eating and drinking go a great way to fill up gaps not only in the stomach, but in conversation ; for Mr. Ichobod P. Bug gins did not appear to be very communicative, -and his free negro never opened his mouth, and was particularly, ill at ease in his new clothes. The tray appeared with cold fowl, wine, &c., ;and Josiah insisted that his visitors should partake of the tare, and he poured out some port for them. But he was rather astonished that Mr. lchabod Buggins. the 'jovial com panion,' should arise, as did his negro, while he recited the longest ' grace 'before meat' that lie had ever heard ; in fact, Josiah -.thought that it never would have ended, So, winking at bis supposed humorous guest, lie said, ' Come, that was a tolerably long-winded one !' Para way looked as if he found himself in very un godly company, but tasted the wine. ''Will you allow me to ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 9 September 1865

TO BUILDERS. HIE^DEKS for the erection «f a JL DWELLING HOUSE for Mr, James Lawes, at Sandy Creek, will be reitived till the 23rd instant, by G. Warren, Gawler, where l'lans and Specifications am be seen. hot bound to a wept the lowest, or any Tender. Gawler. 6th September, 1S65. The Nathan Juvenile Troupe, OP INSTRUMENTALISTS, VOCALISTS, AND PANTOMIMISTS. Assistfd by Mb. JOSEPH CHAMBERS. 'TI7ILL appear in their unrivalled f I 'ENTERTAINMENTS, at the ODD. BELLOWS' HALL, Gmvub Town, on MON DAY and TU ESD AY EVENINGS, 11th and 12th September. Exeells Hotel, LYNDOCH VALLEY, on Wednesday. 13th September. TANUNDA HOTEL, Thursday, 14th Sept, Nuriootpa Hotel, ANGAS PAKK, Fkiday, 15th September. Masonic Hall, KAPUNDA, Monday and Tuesday, 18th and 19th September. Leader— Mr. F. Heydecke. ' ' Pianist — Mrs. Nathan. Front Seats 3s.; Bitek Seats 2s. ; Children under ten years of age, half-price. O' Notice. — Entire eluvnge of programme each evening. - B. M.NArHAN, Manager, Botanic Garden of Ade...

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POLICE COURT—GAWLER. TUESDAY, AUGUST 29. [Before Mr. R. J. Turner, S.M., and Dr. Millner, J.P.] [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 9 September 1865

POLICE COURT— GAWLER, TrEsnAY, August 29. [Before Mr. R. J. Turner, S.M., and Dr. Millner, J.P.] Vfitrvv IXtMACE.— James Dorm was charged by Thomas Field with wilfully damaging m building, his property. Mr. Turner for com plainant ; Mr. hudall for defendant. Previous to the charge being read, the Special Magistrate asked the complainant » attorney to point oat the cluuae and Act against which the offence was committed Mr. Turn r said he had only juet been instructed to appear in the case, and he could not state under what Act the charge mas iaiu. - jwr. nuwui tsiaieu uu» ne nan ctwiea** vored to see what Act was referred till but could not succeed. The defendant had bees «pven into the custody of the police by Field, but he could n^t find by what authority Field h*d giTeo the defendant in charge. There being no criminal charge against defendant be was discharged. Assault.— »73oivit Fi4d was then charged with assaulting James Doran on the 25th instant. Mr. Rudall for complainant ; Mr...

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WHAT PEOPLE SAY. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 9 September 1865

WHAT PEOPLE SAY. People say that the Government have done wisely in sending Mr. McKinlay to the Northern Territory. All classes nave pointed to him as the man most fitted for the work ; and whatever, success others may have met with, or what great works they may have performed, Mr. McKinlay must, after all, be looked upon as the explorer for the public. His high chivalric bearing and generous senti ments towards others upon all occasions have made him the model man to whom all South Australians point as a type of her representative heroes. People also say that the medico - clerical appointment of Dr. Milner is a judicious one, as that gentleman's mild and con ciliatory manner will be invaluable in his new office. People say that the hap py combination of duties will enable the Doctor to do that which Macbeth** phy sieian was unable to accomplish, namely, administer to a mind diseased — a decided advantage we should say at Adam Bay People say further that Mr. Glen is likely to accomp...

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