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LOCAL COURT—GAWLER. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 10. [Before Mr. R. J. Turner, S.M.] [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 21 October 1865

LOCAL COUET— GAWXER. ; TUESnAT, OCTOBEa 10. [Before Mr. B. J. Turner, S MJ 8. Coleman was charged by Frank iWilkinsda, Clerk of the District Council of Madia Win, with removing timber off the waste lands of the Crown without a license. Fined J& and costs. W.im BucketjkU, J. Helps* J, Pant* Ittute Wheeler, Isaac AMeqiekl, -i-iwrnas xxeMi, J. item, Henry Hards, and John Pariia»», were charged by the Sanitary Inspector with depasturing cattle on the Park Lands without a license. Fined from 5s. to 10s. afld costs each. Ann Elstcorth was charged with stealing,- on tiie 4th October, -£10, the property of her master, John Smy$h, ol Ohetree HilL John Smyth stated that on the 4th instant be and his wife left home early in the naormng. Hi went to Gawler, and his wife to Adelaide,, Previous to starting he went to his desk and took money out, leaving JSS4, in JE1 notes in the deSk, the key of which, by an oversight, he left beside the: desk. He returned in the evening soon after his wif...

Publication Title: Bunyip
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OURSELVES. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 21 October 1865

OUESELVES. The poet i« dften quoted as sighiilg for the gift of 'seeing ourselves as others see us,' ?-ut as we cannot attain this wished for faculty, let us be thankful for the smaller mercy of learning occasion ally what others see in us that is invisi ble to our own vision, and for the benefit of having kind neighbours and friends so much interested in our Welftoe and prosperity, as are evidently our Yictorian well-wishers, judging from the following extract from a recent issue of the Mel bourne Argus 1— 'As .far, as this colony is concerned, and while internal lawlessness and treachery make us the mere open to foreign attack, it is so much the better that the governing intellect in South Australia has not become enamoured with an idea whieh a keen attention, to her own interest might have suggested, and has attained -to no perception ©f pne' advantages that would accrue. from .the development of free trade. But it is worth the while of our protectionists to consider what effect ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 21 October 1865

Ajdv^.^-Hojkbowat's PtoLi^.— Palpitation of the hSart Is frequently not Only felt, but heard; it prevents sledp, and 'begets the utmost 'dread of impending suffocation. These Hlls are particularly reootuixte&ddd for removing this affection, because they strengthen, the nervous ' aad: the debilitated, who art skieh more liable to *his malady than -Jtfc&r persons. HoUoway~& fills so improve the digestion, increase the action of the liver, and give activity to the bowels, that giddiness, headache, arid nausea depart as ths palpitation dimiashes, and the sufferer at once e^eriences the niosi ind.es cribabld relief from anxiety- _ tiolloway q Pills form the Beet alterative and. aperient in all cases of convalescence from fevers, infiaraa Jioafe,. nertralgso, and. all citrbinc diseases -#hich have impoverished, tiifc bloodand brain.

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REMINISCENCES OF RAMBLINGS IN REMOTE REGIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 21 October 1865

EEMINISCENCES OP BAMBLINGS IS EEMOTE EEGIONS. I always found, when attending at any of the imperial bureax, either to make inquiries or to transact business, that I could command a con siderable amount of attention to my wants and deference to my ^xson simply by assuming an air of great importance. In fact, to be candid, Too-Tung had early initiated me into the nunutise of official humbug and etiquette; — 'Nothing,' saia. he, 'will carry you. through, in these imperial establishments like a perfect hee-haw-hum style of address. The subordi nates are completely taken with it, and Trill shoYr you the greater respect the nearer you approach to their ideas of gentility by making a fool Of yourself in their peculiar way. Never go about any thing with them in a business-like manner; they ruffle at it, like a porcupine: . stroked from the tail headwords'. Business is what they are paid to attend to, and therefore they show the greatest contempt for it, and for all those who apply to theni ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 21 October 1865

ALotisteAux.— Mr. BocauteeemBtob© Bafe this tipoie j)f 3&e A^l^r^ej Cr^eral noldii idecliites o^ce, and, 5NwTOfflaa5?i« looking up Ids friends for a cabmet. A^roigi^EiiTO;— mm j^#^ 8f mb weekcoHtainaihe^appomtmentdf J. A. Buehan, Esq., Soutn Australian Bank, (Jawler, and George Ndtt,' Esq., Mayor of Crawler, as justices' of the P ea*e for ? the province. nounebments in bur Advertising depart meHt, it appears we are about to lose for a time, 1 Simple of our respected fellow^ toVirngnien; Mr. Engelbreoli^ and i|k Hartanann,ifrho are contemplating a ihprfc visit to Europe. We hopd tb congMu lato them on a Bafe returii, earljr id the coming year.- ? * , - Griwustt YoTOO^MiH'S MUTXTAD Bf puoTEMianp AssociATiBjr.— The Congrg gational branch of this association held their usual, fortnightly meeting, on Tues-* - day, .the 16^i insi;.; there was a iull attendance of members, and more ttiiri. a usual number of visitors. The subject, as announced; was ** The universality flf ; the delu...

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THE MUSLINS. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 21 October 1865

THE MUSLINS. OtrS report of the great sensation Gtawier ball has, we understand, been censui&l by the highest authorities as extremely, erroneous, in describing some of the ladies' beautiful dresses as being iof ?'muslin.' Indeed, had we described those miscalled habiliments in the words applied by Pope, to ' Great Villier's bed, Where dirty white strove with tawdry red,'v we could hardly have been more Censured or more unfortunate in our attempt to do justice to the beautiful and captivating costumes of that eventful night. We haAe, of course, called our luck less reporter to task on the subject-, who rests his apology mainly on the fact, of his being a single man and very unfa miliar with ladies' affairs ; to which our answer very naturally was, that 'the sooner he got married the better for him self, and evidently for the peace of society and the interests of the Bungip.' We must, however, do our reporter the justice to remark, that muslins are muslins, whatever other nam...

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OCTOBER 18, 1865. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 21 October 1865

I Oc$ obek 18, l§65i ^es^iifc^-The MWor,. (in the «hair,) Couneillori| Mold, Bathurst, Boediger, Mitchell, Toiing, arid 'Wincey. A letter from W. Frederick applying to be appointed special ^cdnstable was ao%entertainea. , Mr. H. Dean's letter.for alterations to road, Walker-place, and for a drain, was re/srred totthe Public Works Conimittee. ' l^r. Grotegut to be informed in reply to his. letter asking for a pldt of ground ixk new cemetery, that Ills request at present cannot be complied with. until the cemetery is opened to the public. The Town Clerk produced the assess ment as received from the Valuator. Resolved that the assessment b*b allowed; and that the Mayor sign it, as directed by the Act. The Mayor reported that at a public meeting of ratepayers it was resolved that two foot-policemen were desirable for the town, to be paid for by special rate, as provided by the police act. Besolved that application be made for two foot-police. The Town Clerk to procure clerical assistanc...

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THE GAWLER WATCH AND JEWELLERY ROBBERY. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 21 October 1865

'THE GAWLER WATCH AND JEWELLERY ROBBEBY.   George Divan, alias James Bryan, was again brought up in 'the Adelaide Police Court, 'charged with feloJiiously 'entering the house of Owen Lynch, situate in Murray Street Gawler, on October 1, and stealing iherBficom two hun 'dmd -watches, value $440, aB& jewellery worth -J62O. Owen Lynch stated he was then able to identify the wateh H6.%6,-fe6 & his property %ap-iTOt6inaii'whicKithad'upbn it. .The -utnbe- of the watoh/wf?s entered by himself in thfe l-o^k*rbdtlbfed. By the prisoner— -The private TnSWc *fe t? ,12. 'Can .positively swear thfe watch, 'produfcecl is fche I have lost. It Wonged to atttah named FreVch, who r^Bides at Sheaoak tbg. It was left at my honed to 'beTepairea. The iiumbei-was entered in my ]book in, Deo^mbBr, *86& Fretfch has had it :Binoe that time. Can form aitsfetoplete- list of ^the articles sftuen.. The list *rodueed only 'contains a jSSftion of them. Always take the 'registry ...

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FARMER'S CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 4 November 1865

TFAEMEE'S CLtTB. The legitimate functions of 'Fatmer's Clubs seem at best to be ill understood. Man^ %mers join them xtMer ~tW Tta.-. pression that great t'lin^ are to be done towards ^tBe mising the price of corn, and keeping it at a high figure, ©f course they are doomed to disappointment as this forms no part of the duties of a club.o| the character indicated, and so these butterfly members sink back into the oblivion €rom which they had so neenngiy emerged. JN ow, the duties of these clubs'are, or should be, of a widely different character; their aim ie h;gh»rj; nothing lesis than to shew the farmers in what -way he ©an improve his system of culture; ;by the application of im proved manures to a semi-exhausted soil, the tuanner of obtaining, preserving, and applying these manures^ how, in. efFect he can make two blades of grass grow where only one grew beifore; the analy zation of soils, and the supplying defifci encies ; the xjombmation of stoefc-in dauQf ferms^ wUi. Agricultur...

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SMITHFIELD FARMERS' CLUB. October 23, 1865. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 4 November 1865

S5IITHFIEL© FAKMEKS* CLUB. [From our «wn*orrespoTiuent.l October 23, 1865. The second annual festival of the above Club was 1k*M at the SmitJ^eid Hotel on Friday *veiuii{? last. Kume ous members of the Ulub werts p:-esent, as well as several visitors. About fifty gentlemen sat down to a spread of the most recherche description, ^comprising every delicacy of the seasoa. The banquet was presided over Ly Mr. J. Smith, supported on his ri^ht by the Him.' J. H. Barrow, xht Hon. W. Tuxford, and the retiring President, Mr. Hogarth ,- on his left by the members for Tatal*. and Mossra % \\;i_ son, OJrewer. and Alollor. Mr. P. Rowland OMBU^ed -fhB^vfce- ijitatrr '-' X)ii ^^ tlie^^Jeli^val of the «lofh the usual loyal toasts were given and i-espondefl to in-such a mannor as obly South Australians can ,co'ie up to. The Parliament was exceedingly weH received, calling up the two lionorabk's to respond for th.- Upper House, and Messrs. Gly«le and Cavenagh for the Low er House. Ti»e speeches were ...

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GAWLER CORPORATION. NOVEMBER 1, 1865. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 4 November 1865

^ei^waasE c6sposatk)isv ^ ^ ^'OTEMBEB 1, 18C5. Present— Councillor Boediger, (in ^ie chair) Councillors ^^oung, ilitchell, Mold, and Wincey. . ' / ' .' . . ^ .,- An application Sv&s made by the ^febor ers employed by the 'Councfl for an in crease of wag^s, in cousequeuce of th^ uigh:?ift*ice of provisions, i&c. Ke&olv^dj that they receive «ix-penco iper day extra. ' ? .';. - The Town Clerk read a correspon dence with the superintendent of cemer j teries, ia Telerenoe to the mnnagtimiiit of burial grounds. ? . A letter from the Chief Secretary's office informed the cotuicil that £4- 13s. 9d. had' been appropriated fi»r current half-year for medical attendance, and medicines, for siek destitute poor in Gaw ler. The amount was considered very sma& ; it 'was mentioned by , one member that tlie cost of attending- only one family, and supplying nleSicin^, have exceeded the amount granted. - , Sir. James Martin, M.P., to be re quested to ask the Attorney Gen...

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HISSES FROM THE SEA SERPENT. En Route, October 25, 1862. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 4 November 1865

KISSES FROM THE SEA SERPENT. En Route, October 25. 1 862. Deak Bussv,— I am certainly getting jolly in these bard times ; and if I could only -get r invited to a few m«re of those ^peculiar merry makings known to tbe initiated as tea drinks, I ? should have nothing more to complain of — my jollification would be complete. Bj«-the-uye, writ- ' ing about teas, i must say that a novel feature ha* been introduced, -solidifying, as it 'were, the whole matter. Only fancy the enormous strain ou a man's digestive functions when he has swallowed half-a-duzea cups of that decoction which '*--hof-rs hut nnt innhri«to« '* ipittt nnK- « few elices of bread and I'ii.teror a piccj of fat cake — it's a woricler to me many persons are not dyspeptic as a consequence; But to the feature. The baclielor's trays— aye, t cere's the *ub. What are they? Why,^ast a first-rate diacer, minus the pastry and other indigt*til-le dishesi4 It docswie good to go ia for * regular feed of roast, baked and boiled ; fow...

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THE COMING FETE. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 4 November 1865

'-% ^;^^W^mSG^^^- i^;-:;- ?'u';'^: ^b/s we hope) J^ days. For months past Saiadi^&ndfoejc^mm^ . s^tb 'have :b«en untiring 3h their efforts fa provide materials and amusements -for their eighth anniversary of the Bistitute, and there, «ani ^life'ftO ^aoubt ^ as to 4^eurrltfb6rB tfeaiig, crowned with a Jaiumphant success. So sooner v^bb tae idea of a Fancy and Old English Institute etl'-edu])C-n it as a splendid oppor tiuiity fbr a really g^t d^lay^iiffiho ladies a programme without doubt, the niost -attract- ive of its kind that h:is ever been presented to , tte S6u6i Ausfcrali&n pubUo.v'1Tae;6ommitfceb have workfte^bgetheriritJi a wHl, 'alon^pul^ a strong pull, and alpuH^altogetiher' having '?'? been their motto, and much as the public -are ' prepared to ka^eefc from ijhe» eansrtions, . we «av confideiiay state, that both young and old, rich and poor, great and -small, will find that wheb. tho time for eating shall arrive, the proof will Tib foand all in favor of Hie...

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TUESDAY, OCTOBER 31. [Before Mr. R. J. Turner. S.M.] [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 4 November 1865

Tuesday, October- 31. : fBefore Mr. B. J. Turner. S.M.I J). -Powell was charged hj Mr. W. H. KusseU, Kanger 'of Barossa Wes% with allowing sn' entire hesse-to -sta^ay^t hiige. Ffaxed Is. and' costs. John Lcttj was charged with being the father of a male child of Margaret Hoare. Defendant was ordered to pay 7s. a week. T. Memo was fined 5s. and costs for allowing cattle to depasture on the Park Lands without ; a licence.. ' rescuing certain sheep from Thomas Hutchin -soa f or the purpose of bang impounded. 6?. Thomson was charged with an -assault on Michael YVidger. Fined f-Gs. and costs. .

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FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 3. [Before J. A. Buchan, Esq., J.P., and Dr. Nott, J.P.] [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 4 November 1865

Feibat, Novkstbee 3. [Before J. A. Buchan, Esq., J.P., and Dr. Nott, J.P.] samuei aimms was caarged witn Demg tound on the premises of the Gawler railway station, for an unlawful purpose. It appeared that defendant had .gone to a dray and lifted up a tarpaulin, as hfc said, foij thfc purpose of sleep- . ing under, it- He. was without inc&ey, but ac counted satisfactorily tot that circumstance, and the case was dismissed, Mr. -Percival de clining to press it.

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OUR IMMIGRATION. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 4 November 1865

OtJE IMMIGRATION. We had occasion lately to remark on our im portations of labor, that while 100 miners arrived in the colony at the cost of the Land , Fund, to which the mining interest, as lesees, contribute so little, so such regard was had to the interest of the faniier, vh© ceatSribute so largely to that $«nd. The Vessel jast arrived with 330 immigrants, presents tUe following classification of trades and callings, some of which will we found rather amusing. Alpha and Plumbers, 3; Printer, 1; Porter, 1; Plough man, 1; Carpenters, 6; Currier, 1; Coachman, 1; Engineers, 6; Farm Labourers, 6; Grocer, 1; GaavioaeiB, 3; Housekeepers,1 2; Iron Worker, 1; Labourers, 60; Miners, $5; Masons, 3; Matron, 1; Nttrse, lt; 'Plate Layer, 1; Quarry man, I; Eailway Tiabourers, 3; Servants, 29; Law.er, 1; Saddler, 1; Saddler and Harness Makers, 3; Shoemakers, 7; Smiths, 7; Shep herd,!; Scholar, 1 ; Taylors, 4; Wheelwright, I. Why \re shfeuld import 'Scholars' with our -Land Fund, we are hot aware...

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ASHWELL. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 4 November 1865

' * ' T ASHWELL.' ; (From our' own Correspondent.) ' 'Evns semom caaie alone/- *4y« the .proverb-; &nd amorig'inbfJern ''saws' is ttte one that 'far- mers prefer grumbling to gratitude.' Present times very much confirm the former, and justify the farmer hi*is:present grumble. Look at the resent'price of meat, and the prospects of in different crops, and listen to the sneers of lordly squatters, when we put in alplea, af ter an jage ef repul8ioi,-in behalf of stocR farming and graziers. As for fattetiirtg-sheep or beeves on our stubbie, ! »i«; iai yi oiuiiLne iinu suw uiisue vui uiaKe out a small candle, and we Are .novr:buniiug it at both ends. Asfor stock feeding or grazing ou ;our limUeifarms, it'is out of the question. We could hardly rear rabbits or wallabies, much less horned cattle; and'we, can hardly now-a-days keep alive the cattle required to till oursections or to find us in milk. When squatters and their oracles tell ms'fhtft farmers can't do as graziers, how do t...

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THE TOWN VALUATION. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 4 November 1865

THE TOWlf ^TOAilOK. 'Taxa!tjq» ivas light, for therew^a Jib fcan idle. Indfefed, there was but one tax; it-was called tiie tratb. tax, and for tbda reason— every man gave an account of ms wealthj and paid in proportion to his 8ubstasiCQ,'*-4)ouglas JerrtA^Chnnwte #/ Clovernook. -. j

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LOCAL COURT—GAWLER. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 24. [Before Mr. R. J. Turner, S.M.] [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 4 November 1865

LOCAL 'COTJBT— GAWLE8. d?0ESDAy^ GCTOBEB 24. \ .[B^ore -Mr. E. 5. Ttirner, S.M.] ; V oight v. Voight. — Application for a new - trial. Mr. Kudall -for applicant; Mr. Palmer for responient. 'Phis was a case which had been heard befoye' the JPoll Court *tix^&s~l£ttr instant, whon 'a verdict was -given for the plaintiff for £25. The following were the reasons for the application :---lst. that the 'verdict tf as against the weight of the evidence; 2nd. That evidence was improperly admitted; 3rd. That the plaint as amended was preju dicial to the defendant: 4th. That the verdict was unreasonable and etcessive; 5bh. That the defendant was taken by surprise. Mr. HudaU addressed the Bench at length on ihe .various point* mentioned, and gave a clear view of the evidence. Mr. Palmer replied on the various points, ins Worship stated that- he would grant aliew trial on the fourth point — namely, that 'the verdict was unreasonable and excessive.

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PUBLIC VIOLATION OF MORALITY. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 4 November 1865

PUBLIC VIOLATION OF MORALIT-X. '. TO THE EBITOB. Sir — Undoubtedly;it-is a noble duty of tbefree press to watch over everything that occurs against strict morality, and «e see with.pleasure Mr. iiditjr, how well y ur paper represeuts thw principle. We trust therelore tuut. you will favor us iu this case with. your assistance. In an important Gerwau towuslup, a.publicau takes the liberty of using entire horses, in the centre of the township, in tup.proxiuuiy of a chapel and a school, duiuig scnooi hours and iu quite an opeu_ya d. The road to the schuol leads past tnis yard, and iroui tn« ecliool, which consists of about 60 1k?vc- and girts, tu «cnolar» can not onjy near tne neignwg or uxe animals but ^can also see them duriug -their hours of instruction. The pastor of the chapel and the teacher (aa we knuw upun tneir o«a authority) have looked for proteciiuu from the police stationed in that township, but were re fused under the pretence that ute poiice vould not interfere, as the ya...

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