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[Full Jurisdiction.] THURSDAY, OCTOBER 12. [Before Messrs. R. J. Turner, S.M., J. Pile, J.P.] and Dr. Lewis, J.P. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 21 October 1865

PFall JurisdictioiLl Thubsdat, Octobsb 13i Pieiore Messrs. K. J, Turner, SJML, J.Piiel, J j*., and D** Lewis, J.P. Voiot v. VjOiGHT^-GlaiHa for JB32 10b., the1 amount of money received by the defendant oni ox about the 10th March, I860, frost Witti&m Voigt, for the use of plaintiff, witii interest. Mr. Palmer for plaintiff; Mr. Hudall for de-« fendant. This csctet, which waa rather eomj&eaiedi eseupied six hears in heas&g, and resulted ill a. verdict for the plaintiff of JE25*

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TUESDAY, OCTOBER 17. [Before R. J. Turner, Esq., S.M., and Dr. Nott, J.P.] [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 21 October 1865

TcfSsfiAr, Octobkb 17i [Before B. J. Turner, Esq., S.M., a^d Dr. Nott, JJ»J AxiXJSTKB t. HAWs^==Claim for £14 14& wLi balance of wages for breaking stones. . Mr. Budall for complainant j Mr. Turner firf defendant. ? . . The evidence in this case was very cont^Bt)^ ' plaintiff and defendant fl-» being able te- read -tr write; and there being no materials befdetf the Courtt to adjudicate on, the Bench«mldnofe decide. ? ? . Awn, Eisvftorth appeared on rematid, charged with stealing J37, theptoperty ef her £ master, John Smyth. The female searcher, Emma Cobbin, stated ^thatsbfe- found about *JE3 Jon prboner when she searched her. Robert D»veyr gaTcevideace as to prisoner being in possession of money*- -yrevaouB to the alleged robbery. Cbarks Watso% anotber witness lor the defence,; stated that he gave prisoner J&t, prevKWH to the charge being laid against her, and bad since given her £3 10, and stated thai h« was going te be married to her. Case disodflaeA H**ry Johnston...

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PUBLIC NUISANCES. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 21 October 1865

itTBLIC NUISANCES. TO THE EDITOR. Srit,-ASox&& months since I wrote a few re marks on a t*r6at public nuisance in this town — -which remarks you priat&d in your valuable journal— 'alluding to «ie practice of a number of young (I was going to say n\6&) idlers, who, instead of making a proper u%e of the Sabbath day,, abuse the privileges of the day of rest by loitering about the footpaths, obstructing yousg females, and even little girls, hf remarks and^esturearof the most offensive ana disgust ing description. I do not feee that ahy im provement has taken place since the publication of that letter, and can only regret that we have such ineificielit police protection. I hope the fathers of families in this town, and als6 all well-disposed brothers, will take this matter in hand, and try what a good thrashing will do towards putting down this monster nuisance, if any of the females of their families are in sulted im future. Had the young blackguards any ...

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GYMNASIUM. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 21 October 1865

GYMNASIUM* TO THE KDITOft. Bxe,-^I a£n glad to hear th%t ther% Si at litst a probability ©f having in our town something of the abovfe. There is to be a meeting next wefek, I leari*. tod I hope Siat some df our lead ing -m«a will».like true patriots, coiae forward and do sonsething in this matter. We have in €knrler/a large -number Of young men, some Confined to a desk all day-, others in the shdps of various sorts, ami in thfe evening there is no place for them to go to but the public houses or the billiard rooms-^wftere it is undesirable they should be— or stand, -as many do, about the streets. I feel sure that a good gym&asium wiil-meet tbe difficulty, and w2l be^-feeiated by the active young men«f Gawier:. Etercise eBrthei-orjzOntal bar wiil develope tfeeir mus cular powers ? and as their bodies 1*U8^eVelope and beeoaae strong, they wiB be tfe- bdliefr able t& do%he»work in their re^eofciTe spheresi whether of head o- hand.; and »»a|&Uy to j»uj^c*erk% Som...

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PORT GAWLER. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 21 October 1865

sPoRTGAWLEB. j(^rom a correspondent, October 18, 1865 ) ?t'toad'occain&n last week to make a flying visit to the Port Gawler district, when I was very much surprised to observe the rapid progress that 'it had made during tlie past twelvemonths, especially in the vicinity of the Two Wells fiotelj -here a year ago there was not a houie whnin iialf-a-raile of it, but now there is a little township sprung up within a stones-throw Of it. Mr. Verner, a gentleman well known in Hindinarsh, *ha8 butlt a very large and substan ^u.ttSlH'ana a residence, which would be a Credit To the renned town of Gawier, is in course bf erection, for his own occupation. He has also already completed several Very neat cot tages, for the occupation -of his employees. I also observed a large and well -stacked store that would bear comparison with our second class stores in Gawier, and close by I observed a number of machines outside a machinist's, where, several men seemed to be up to their elbows in wo...

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POLICE PROTECTION. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 21 October 1865

POLlCfi PBdTfiCTION. TO TBX RDltfOB. Ssb,— T^ie*ant fit police protection ^ias been felt to a considerable extent lately, as the robberies at Xyneh's and Browning's amply testify; yet at the Meetiag heM tite other night at the OadfeUows* Hall, it seemed that a considerable number present would father be robbed than pay for police. It was rather amasing to near tne remarss of one gentleman, who is the owner {if a considerable agnount ot property -chiefly amaaped in the public busi ness). This gent^einan's -remarks were not openly addressed to the chair or to the meet ing, and have escaped the noticed the news J»per roisters. He, however, said that people !» haoito property (meaninglana aa^lfousetj) hi the town had fid business to advocate the introduction of pdfice, or to meddle about the spending of the rates in any way^— seeming to forget that the money, after all said, comes from the pockets of those who are tenants quite as much as from those who are more luckily c'ircamstanced. ...

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THE GAWLER ASSESSMENT. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 21 October 1865

THB ^WLWLER ASSESSHSaST.. . , SO THE .EDFTOB. .. -.. ....- . Sna,~I ftave learnt that a meeting is itmg got up by a noted Gawier agitator about Mr, Chrandy's valuation. Whether spleen and that vihdiotiveness which & utterly implacable is his moving principle, I d* not care :to enquire into, but I would point qut that the valuation is n6 longer Mr. Uron^'s aa, it is stupidly called, but the Corporations', and that* Mr. Grundy has no longer anything to do with it beyond fulfilling his Instructions as. laid down for hi™ in the warrant appointing him ; and farther, that he is not the assessor but is the valuator, Yours, &e., FAIE PLAY.

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GAWLER INSTITUTE MONTHLY LECTURE. COURTSHIP AND MARRIAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 21 October 1865

GAWLER INSTITUTE li&STBtY LECTURE. COtlKTSHIP AMD MARRIAGE. A ixcturv on the above subject was delivered in the Oddfellows' Hall, Gawier, by the Rev. Mr. Watsford — the President -Mr. Mold) in the' chair, who briefly introduced the lecturer. The Rev. Mr.WATsroRP said—No doubt many said.' Well, what a subject for a lecture : what can he sayabout.it?- Rut he could not see why the things of every day life should not be lectured upon as well as cheniistiy, botany, or the lives of great men. This subject is one in which all are more or less interested. Marriage is a solemn transaction, and requires care in the selection. He 'would advise all to marry, but not to marry too young, or to marry mere chil dren, nor to marry till their circumstances were such as would support a wife. Iiove in a cottage was very well to dream of, but not to realize. It was often the cause of much unhappiness after marriage, when poverty puts in an appearance ; and the old saying is tolerably correct, th...

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GRAIN MARKET. Bunyip Office, Friday Evening, Oct. 20. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 21 October 1865

GQgU,K MARKET. Btmyip Qfion Friday Evening, Oct. 20. Vs*x little wheat twins' aot a '^e1® load being oflewd » Gaw\er to^daj-, and w«y little during the week* sW.miUa quote Wheat »* ftj. per bushel; Hour Jti& l&- P«r ton. £2 &k ,perl^;Br^WBaDaBSl8- »*? -» U-.W*. jper bushel, . t

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 21 October 1865

- liitsto^m^niei^ Thb BokWp ldll appear itfeortJy as a weekly paper &t a reiuced ratof |tnd with an accession of contributors calculated to augment its information throughout the North, and an acceptable medium trf lively and independent sentiment, its already large circulation ren deriug it an excellent medium tor advertising business of every kind. ^ -, Cobnwaioju,' to* CAPTATKTrm.----Not explicit ^ enough ibxpublioeomprBaensioa,.''^ *5 - |?obt Bobby, Esq.,— Very good, butinuch too prttUz. The dialogue not sufficiently in . character with the speakers. AsBwxUk — Our . correspondent's interesting remarks -axe unavoidably withel-L ~but, will appear in our next. Jsttt Craot.— Too late fer tills issue, East Gbienock, x. Wtait -JBBBNOcaL~Ee- oeiTed; b«t. not )»Ting the name of the writer attached, (not for publication, but as & guarantee of good faith,) we have to '. decline it. We mukl reniiud our Greenock friend, and other correspondents, that all communications must ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 21 October 1865

*'?'? .-??????v;.'- ?;??, ?. .u-;l;V;YM .^#;4r»T3;.) ^uifpik--;. : : a^; - . -' -* -; 'ByonypKy^ji ffsMsf^^sErs^ ?.-.--? ?; . ^ ? ~ Machine and General Implement MUBSI-T STREET, 0AWLER : h ? - ' -I }??:. : . J#$feN' JO N E S,- ? ? ^ - ^^JB^/itoHftimklfBi numerous customers ^^?? j3 fOTpast^avors, wnd^s he now devotes ''? ^Vhclef^tt^ticmtothetAoTeKstablishinent, .(J^wnptctogtiiAea liis General .^torei)b« is j^ejjiarefr^ WAG93SFS, IHRAtS, SFKDJaCABTS, ?KEW- TOKT PAGNELLS, *a, &&, i (On iJie^witest notice and of fee ba»tma*edfllsr Eeaping^nd Winoewing Hftdibttsot every .construction maUe to ureter. : Secondhand ^Reaping 3Ewhi»wt-» Sale or 3Bre. ? ? - - - ~: ? ? - SI! HI!.' HI!!! _ . ! AWAKE AT LAST.' following the general example. : 70HN ALLEN, 'MACHINIST, '&O« M€fBBAT*gXWKT, (0AWXSS BEGS 'to inform Ms friends and the Public that he is still supplying his -fast-class 'BBAPING MACHINES,' on the msual IrtberalT?«rms. ? ,;SPBIKa CARTS, WA6ONS, BEATS, *o. HoBSISS SHO...

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MEETING OF RATEPAYERS TO ESTABLISH A FOOT POLICE IN GAWLER. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 21 October 1865

MEETING OF RATEPAYERS TO ESTAB LISH A FOOT POLICE Etf GAWJLEB. .A scEETCXG of ratepayers was held at the Odd fellows' Hall on Friday, the 13th instant, for the purpose of considering the advisability of establishing a foot police in Gawler. His Worship the Mayor occupied the chair, and opened the proceedings by reading the nlacard calling the meeting, whieh was signed by about forty ratepayers. His Worship ex plained to the meeting that the Corporation liad the power to make a rate for foot police without consulting the wishes tff the rate payers, but they preferred consulting them 'before they took such a step. Additional police protection was necessary. It was considered necessary to take this step earlier, in conse quence of the numerous breaches of the peace find {attempts -an property within the last few weeks.' The troopers were -called from town fiequently ,? aadGawfcr has so increased in size ?and population that they required more pro -teetion thaamsual. The police would be...

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BUNYIPIAN QUERIES. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 21 October 1865

BUNY1PIAN QUERIES. 'Why is a section producing 'bread- stuffs' like the senior member for Ba rossa ? — Because it's a Dough-field. Why is Madame Stebbing,the talented equestrienne, not likely to be easily mis led or imposed trpon? — Because she is possessed of a remarkably strong under standing, A facetious * eorrespoBdent inquires what single acquirement would consiti tute the printer of the B-myvp a Baronet ? To which we very naturally replied with an O! What «elf-imposed tax do we lahour under equal to the making all our re quired roads and bridges ; that goes ex clusively to encourage the growth of a weed worse ia its tendencies than the Scotch thistle or Bathurst burr, and all the puffing of which in sod out of Par liament; ends in smoke ?

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 21 October 1865

To Advertisers. SCALE oi charges tor advertisements i in tixeBwayiv: Two lines . One Shining Three lines , One Shilling and Sixpence Four lines . . Two Shillings fire lines . , Two Shillings & Sixpence Sis lines , . Three Shillings And every additional line, 4d. Advertisementsshouldbe sent in not later than the Thursday pneoeding the publication, liberal discount on repeated insertions of advertisement*. Terms of subscription t — TtiVrteftn shillings par innurn. Twelve dou, [paid in advance.) Three and threepence a quarter. Throe shillings in advance. T«-Ai-vebtisei^---A11 orders shouldbe legibly written oathe face or back of advertisements ; and where, xto wder as given, advertisements willbfe continued uatal counteraiaB.cted or mt of date. Orders for the dfecontinuance of ad v.estKfeme&ts eanaot be afcfecwde^ ta- affeear Thnsesday monjeb^» The next number of the Bnnyip will be Published on Saturday, November 4th«

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 21 October 1865

mqsTHMm Tixe & Iofe Assurance Company. ANNUAL EEVENTTE EXCEEDS ^£350,00^. Capital, JEa,O0O,O0O. .; AwoinntaanRi- Winsaosi J&7393B2&* Tj^IEB BEANCH.— PoKciea Issued at X. the Lowest Current Bates. LIFE BRANCH.— Large Bonus and Un doubted Security, Claims in both Branches Settled in Adelaide immediately upon proof. * r O. YON DER HEYDE, Ees. Sec Agent for Gawler— H. DEAN. GAWLEE AUCTION SALES CLEMENT'S XAEDS. qiHE AUCTIONEEBbegs to intimate X to his Friends and the Public generally, that he has made arrangements for holding Sales at the abeve«amed Yards TWICE A- ' MONTH* on the First and Third Saturdays, and trusts to receive- continued support.' -' ''' : PETES BOWXAND wiU ofFer for Sale, tsi Saturday, October 21st. (this day) Saddle Horses ? ^. Harness Horses Bullocks Drays Milch Cows Steers ! Fat Cattle, &e, With the usual Miscellaneous Lots. IT is requested that all parties having Stock or Implements to dispose of at these Sales which take place the ...

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Poet's Corner. SALVAGE: A POEM. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 21 October 1865

^ SALVAGE: A 3POE5E. (S6f XSOB *JW«C THAT W*£noasW- TBE OTOBSC.) The pilots of Adelaide, they number thirteen, As motley « crew, Sire, «s ever was seen, ?-- As ia most -other places VA S»v©3W. to inow Uftey^s mostly iaia captains, says BUty Barlow, Hei^ ho/lacslc-a-day ho! You will do for a pilot, Bay a BiUy Barlow. Th© Board that appoints them, iomehow does arrange B^gulatjons, to make waioh appear xather It gives them a license, and says you may go Drown yourself in a wash-tub, says BiUy Barlow Heigh ho, lack-a-day ho! Get drowsed in a wash-tub, says BiUy Barlow J-mded in companies, «ne- two, and three, They cruise in the Gulf, but the publio can see That the boat -m the beach, Sire, is always the go, Board the ships from the jetty, says BiUy Barlow. Heigh ho, lack-a-day ho! Board the ships from the Jetty,: says Billy Barlow. The cutters being' small, we all very well know When it blows from the west, to the river theygy. ? ? - -?...?? . ?? -:.i- -.-.:--»?.. .? Then the boa*w-a th...

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THE DEFUNCT MINISTRY. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 21 October 1865

THE DEFUNCT MINISTEY. At three o'clock ©fa jPhursday, after only an hour's debate, (if debate it ipould be called, which consisted of Mr, GCowns end's speech in support of his no confi dence motion, and the reply or defence of the Treasurer,) the House of Assembly, by a division of 19 versus 13 decided ' that it had no confidence in the present Ministry;' and a few hours afterwards the Upper House came to a tie of 8 against 8 on a similar motion, after a two days' debate. For some time past it was -quite evi dent that our representative Parliament, and the little parliaments out of doors, had become thoroughly discontented at the dominant style in which l£r, Ay ere as Chief Secretary had continued to cut and deal the ministerial cards, and his too slight regard for Parliamentary opinions, confident in his popularity, as the great originator and leader- of what we may term our Pastoral Befonn. Had he had the tact and temper to have conducted this, and other measures of Parliament, wi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 21 October 1865

GAWtEK FOST 0KFIC& TIME TABfcE fiaOWIRe TBS DESPATCH AND JlBSTVAA OT THE 3LA11S AJd GAVlJEE POST OFFICE.— 18«S. i\ ~ :: i' .. '' g ? ,.. 1 ? I ? I . ...g 1 1 in r \ i i l\\ \ \ J ! 2** §ii \ \ % t i - ? ? U \ \ ! I 3 sa. i tta, : - - S ps o ^^ -; ' - ' - S S i iii i & i K ^ i a«3 a 4 4 J^ CO P5 CQ CO C4 CO C9) f -£ . ? ... Sosoi ? «£ ?.._?__. o» ? to S 4 *\£4 : I 2 as-* S :o| : ; ? * § i- ' fafl ?: 14 I -^ SSif \ IS J 1 iiiM a i ' £ S «, i 3l*4!t J * -. * a i' * «eoig * g o S ^J — ? fl6acopS_'«» ^ of t iii i ifrf §si ill i iis- 1 I in in iy 1 u l S ju jit pi: tl:: I s §11 ? lit spf' If ? f « w ?- -fcg ?; ™*j-- -» y- ^ datea^m ttie ope.etag of tlie Office « niae m the ibont ln~, bat net earlier. Office hours |r «m 9. atia. to 6.3a

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 21 October 1865

Wilhelm Muller, Late of the* Wellington Inn, €uiiie-it*»t% BBS|'3EK3i5etn3jT aiuMHuaweB to 'flue /Well known as Iws^^^^JJy^i^T Hatty thft Hiwft ?«aoiwfinHwMawi''»» visitors, Travellers, and IfcnbeH awrtfe ©i Adelaide. . As it ia W. Mutter's ^teiminatiofc. w be inferior to no bw»e.i»^ihe 3H»]*«« ?« ™*T «vwT» sup#»,-!5 need only add ««* » S®~ article will i» touad, iiwari*W ~iw»ipqwniaa. 1»y modera^foWges, ♦»* ©ourteo^itftentKBi. F5i*rt3ft«* STABX2BSH- ani STOCEYABDS, flNEST BH1UBB EOOH In South Australia. K3,~-The ComwiWQial Hfrtel IWs* && South fridge, awl U therefore |hejfest Hotel 3jT Gawler sntering from the South Bead or tbeBailway. ? TO BUTCHEBS, TEAMSTEBS; DAIEYMEN, &c STTPEBIOR CATTLE. PKIDAY, NOTBMBES 3rd. AT BUEBCHMOBKS XAEDS, AUBUEK. AETHITB KDf# is instructed to Sell on the 'above day, *t 18 oclock noon, by EDWARD BOWMAN, Esq., 170 Head Superior Catti©, Comprutin& Fat Cattle, Bwryqattle, _ And Cattle fit for Woikert. TTewna— For sums over J...

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GAWLER CORPORATION. OCTOBER 11, 1865. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 21 October 1865

;G4WJ^JS CQ^OB.lTJpjBF. I Ocittefia 11, 1665. ^rele^^rfteifciybr^:^ the «chwf^ Couri^Udta MoLd, Bc^edigerV'Wiiicey, JEind Xbuh^. Peraniegibh Tfas given fk- ereict a foot bridge over water table ui front; bf Mr. Jamefi i*«rguson s store. A ^private subscription of £5 was handiid in towards making ia road in Gawier East. # Mr. Woodman jgkxe notice bf intent tion to build. The practice. df training, apd exercis ing racing stock on the park lands, caus ing damage to the herbage, was brought before ine Council, and the Inspec tor's attention Was directed to the subject, to prevent tne park lands being so trespassed oil.

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