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WALLAROO. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 6 January 1866

VAI&AB06. . ' The Wallaroo people are going ahead as ^ustial, not only in mining matters, but also in religious movements, !fe&tmg, building, and athletic sports. A new Court-House is about to be built, the, tender of Mr. T. R Heai;h ha^ng been a ccepjted. The Oddfellows and Fores ters came tJut 't-f their ehrfl. on the 123th* December in an astonishing ^manner. Ttiey had a picnic, dinner, horse-racing, UoilUQ ui mosiu,, cptwu i uvaiwup, -um uvr one \nows what el»e, and oh the day preceding they played * Ibfctcb at cricket' aguinst the Kttditftt - jfaftkfta* Clhb, and won -it. - — . The following are extract* irom the Wallaroo Times ot Wednesday last : — On Tuesday aftemoon, an inquest was held at the Ship Inn, by J. B. Shepherd son, Esq., S.M., on the body of Catherine Doyle, 'the young woman who was. re cently so severely burnt by the ignition of her clothes when in service at. Mr. Rikkera'a. A respectably Jury of 12 having been 'cinpaiinelled, elected Mr. SparkmSt...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 6 January 1866

SALE OF CROWN LANDS. Thursday, January 18, 1866. Crown Lands Office, Adelaide, December 12, 1S65. 'VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that 1* the following portions of Crown Lands j will be offered for Sale by Pnblic Auction, at the Land Office, Adelaide, on Thursday, the 18th day of January, 1866, at eleven o'dock in the Forenoon, at the upset price affixed to each Lot respectively, on the terms and con ditions, and under the provisions of an Act of the Parliament of South Australia, passed in the twenty-first year of Her Majesty's reign, intituled 'An Art for Eegulating the Sale and other disposal of Waste Lands belonging to the Crown in South Australia.' Deposit, twenty per cent. J. BENTHAM NEALES, Commissioner of Crown Lands and Immigration Sububran Sections. County Stanley — Suburban to Township of Anama, Hundred of Hart. Sec. Acres. Price. Sec. Acres. Price. 144 21 £42 0 | 212 34 £68 0 199 31 62 O J 213 S7 U 0 Special Country Lot. County Stanley — 4 -miles north-west of Airn*n«. Townshi...

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KADINA. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 6 January 1866

' -iddKaraL;r:^ a Correspondifnt;) The inhabitants of this township are going through . their work welL Taey have completed the .main adit from the :Mibes, and the ? superfluous and mis ch^viaus accumulation of Wat^r is ^s £ppearing through its ctianneL The ' M^tta Mine is about to .reefatae opera-; ,:tiofcs,-ftpd' t^pcpap^ctB of^'ti®' plaee are .UUQIU^BO UIVV* . .AIUII 09 VltV ?- BGUpiVIV people of jCadma,are fully convinced of thf fact that ' &M work and no play makes Jack^Tdull bey,' they have t^en - ? !_'? jl_ -i ? : -l.u. ? j ? : ? care 10 uwir imw iae luier uunug the recent holidays. ''Accordingly, cricket, j wrestling, and similar sports hare been carned on tea great eitent, the extreme heat of Boxing Day and its successors nevertheless not^ttthfitaiidiiiig.

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Poet's Corner. PATERFAMILIAS ON THE PRICE OF MEAT. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 13 January 1866

putt's banter. FATSSFAaOLIAS OK THE PRIC9S :lly infe-a&i-otuidren, . Weican^t xoduce our diet ; £be to^el taace -off meat ! 'Who can afibrd to bur it? ' oldd^ysjgone by! * I«aytot3teird0«aier» Our venison then indeed was^high, But now -»ir be^-ls h%her. — Xou'w^'t consent to tiy ' charqui,' . Imported feom l-eyoaid the sea, . Of ^esh^a preservation; Have feather' s meat alone you will, Heavy as he may weigh it, Hs UU, and nothing but the bill For you—and I must pay it! The bill, and nothing but the bill, My children and their mother; . Oh yes l if that your wants will fill; The butcher's and no other, ; Except the grocer's bill of course. The milkman's and the baker's ; Bufc spsxe me with a moral fores The draper's and dressmaker's. -Away, at least, indulgence cast Of vanity's poar_passion, And try to make your raiment last, Without regard to fashion ; Bestow less «are on the outside, Spend much less money on it, And don't expect me-to provide Each quartei- that -new bonnet....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 13 January 1866

GRAND LOTTERY: ALL PRIZES AND NO BLANKS. Thirteen oil paintings, au Colonial Subjects, now on. view at the GAWLER ARMS, to be distributed among Thirteen Sabscribers of -£1 each. H. W. BUCKERFIELD, 'OF THE MILL INN, GAWLER, THANKS his* old customers for their past support, and informs them and the public generaly that he has made IMPROVEMENTS on his PREMISES each as ' will secure to visitors an increased ! amount of personal comfort. i The SITTING- ROOMS | are cool and spacious, the * SLEEPING APARTMENTS lofty and well-ventilated. 'WINES, SPIRITS, and all other articles of consumptien are of the first quality, and sup plied at Reasonable Prices. The STABLING and STOCKYARDS are unrivalled. The latter are spacious, well watered, impregnable, and studiously contrived for easy and correct drafting. For SALES of STOCK, which are held periodically, every convenience is provided. - PERSONS in CHARGE of STOCK, as well -as all other classes of travellers will always find a Comfoktable Hosts a...

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MOUNT GAMBIER [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 13 January 1866

MOUifT GAMBLES. Hie Border Watch of January 6 brings no tidings of importance from the South Eastern district. Hie following are extracts : — Vital Statistics of Mount Ga^tbieu. — The number of births and deaths regis tered in the District of Grey during the | year ended December 31, 1865, wore- — i Births, 140 males, 121 females ; deaths, ! 42 males, 22 females ; total, 261 births,! 6& deaths; excess of births, 197. The' number of births registered in the Dis trict of Grey during the month ended j December 31, 1865, were— Births, 18 males, 4 females ; deaths, 6 males ; total, ! 17 births, 7 deaths. Excess of births, 11. ] The Accident to Mb. Gobdok. — AVe j are glad to be enabled to contradict a report which was circulated on .Mount j Gambier yesterday afternoon to the effect | that our member, Mr. Gordon, had died j from the . effects of injuries sustained from the fall of his hors*» ifo the Mel bourne Steeplechase. It ii quite true i that Mr. Gordon was hurt very severely...

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THURSDAY, JANUARY 11. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 13 January 1866

- ThUESDAT, JiKRIKT 11. Severad qaestions having been asked and answered, Peaoock put to th« Commis «ioner oi Crawa Lands tiie qaestion— ' when tfettijpeturn ardwed by- 'jIowbw to~be fur niabul; relating tothe4estmcdote of plaxis and doenmrats in the Crown lands Office will be laid on the table to which the Commissioner rettvmed the following answer: — ?' M«pa or plans of or applications for mineral or pastoral ^claims jhave been destroyed or defaced in the Office £inee the year 1156, except rough 3pfau^ constrncted in the ollbe to be used for IWi^iiMlj - .purposes only, and which, except ta ywi^tflaparair purposes, are valueless and mtce6sary. A motion for the t^pointmant of &b Assis tant Secretary in the Crown lands' department Lwas carried, Some piM^ress was made in the SktamatoB The sum of JE1983 for. Audit Department was passed, being an increase of .£195. The hon. T. Eeynolds took objection to item £140 for the clerk, and Mr. Coglin moved the of £50 for Assistant Audit...

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KAPUNDA. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 13 January 1866

KAPUNDA. The Kapitnda Herald of F riday, January 12, has reached us. It contains but little local news of aiiy importance. The following are extracts : — . We are informed that Mr. George Hanlin, of Allendale, had a narrow escape yesterday of being completely burnt out. It appears that in the after noon ^ Air. xianun was. employed in a shed in the yard, aud jiearing a peculiar noise, he went to see what was the cause, when he discovered that a heap of vine cuttings and other orchard refuse was in a blaze. He 'immediately gave the alarm, and through tha exertions of himself and the two Mrs. TTanlin .(senior and junior) it was fortunately got und^r befwe much damage was done. . ' Mr. Hahlin informs us that within about 25 jards of the place ther^»ere 20 tons of hay stacked, and idso cltwe by m a e^ied fli ljm«e -man- 4ity^0f^nc3iaged wheat ahd fai^Shgi^ pktaents. t Mc. Hanlin has giv^ ttii-ihe -natne^of the p»'ty he suspects, but we - forbear to mention it, as Sine will pfrq bably bo ...

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MOONTA. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 13 January 1866

MOONTA. The foUowing very satisfactory mining intelligence from Moonta left that town ship on the 5th January. It will be seen that that neighborhood, like most others, has not beeu exempt from serious acci dents : — The Yelta Mine is still improving, and large quantities of rich copper ore are being brought to the surface. There are at present four distinct copper-bearing lodes in the property, and a fifth lode has just been struck near the surface, which affords hope of being also a good lode. About 35 tons of ore are now being shipped iu the Triumph, at Moonta Bay. There were several tribute and tutwork bargains let on Saturday. , One pitch has been set at Wigley's shaft, a part of the mine which has been for sotcetime abandoned. The Karkarilia is also very much im proved since I. last wrote. The south end at the 70fm. level is now very pro ductive of good copper, and the end going north is still very good. There is a large quantity of copper at grass on this mine, which is being...

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IMPOUNDING NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 13 January 1866

^^aas^msfDiNG notices: i. —,-'4 -i'*' ? ? S3»GS^ELT Cnew-'&h(pw^p||^^ia^l Poundkaeper.— i©me -bay ^]£4ftack|rantB, long tail, branded iike BH lafear .shelter'; one bay filly, small piece of 'white -on»ear hind fetlock, long tail, branded like writing jS with ^ over near .shoulder. O ' not -claimed, will be sold Januarv 15. L866. at Baon. , IIiTiASTON, Mudla Wirra (aeangt Post Offioe/ WiUastop), Robert Gwynne, ~ P/sqnd kwpOT.i;-Ctae:bay mare, hranded like Jl oyer D with 2 under oft shoulder, MQ near shoulder, horse foal at foot ; one-hay . mare, branded like eonj oined near shoulder, star and white^ stripe down 'face, two hind feet white; one yellow or red (a little brindle) bullock, 'JL' W oil rump, S over 02 off ribs ; one one light red or yellow bullock, white and belly, rear ear sUt, branded LP near ribs ; one xed bullock, strawberry flanks, branded B '»»»? shoulder, M near ribs, like SI near rump; one yellow or red bullock, branded ^ over K off ribs, cock horns. If not c...

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CONSTITUTION AMENDMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 13 January 1866

coNsnmrriON ameniSments.' CokstbuctiKq or retaodelling a constitu tion is not exactly J3ce passing estimates or acts for facilitating trade or improviiag the physical condition of a country. : The task is a delicate as well as a serious oiifc. j Many. Tf ei^hj^r. cenfli4e»^onq-^i«^^t ;enter^ned^,c9ft-^y,jjiti-rests eonsuHed.- and opposing prmciptes balanced' reconciled. We idld riot expect tfeat the Government would carry their amend ments through. Parliament like a Eaihvay Bill, and we were not therefore surprised ! that they were temporarily cushioned, on 1 i Tuesday, on the motion for a second reading. As we said ? at the outset, micli a measure will not become law until its provisions shall have been canvassed and decided on by the constituencies. : -* r- The debate on the occasion iaUuded^g, though a brief one, and shared in byohiy a few members, sufficiently indicated th^ difficulties Which; attend the subje^ Bill y&toi whole, but objected , to this pa!rticul3^ feature...

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PARLIAMENTARY PROCEEDINGS FOR THE WEEK. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. TUESDAY, [?] [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 13 January 1866

? ^ ? raCff-WEElt ??? - ? -? [?] inn mm ii ? iijnn n mum wmmmti i nimiiinn r»^a^' adapted. ?' ? --v b ngSy to the Ho*. J. H-Solomon, -,? the ; Couuni ssioner of Pubfic Worke stated jtot there s^4^M^Mto4olBnnhjk return ?of tbe^owersol attorney lander .which poUoies, jnHnga^ havg froen issued imd'^registered ' atpresemt t^aytreipoeaa ^tfooca^pdLaegi^; 4xanon.~ v -i;;. ' ?_; ll^H-n.C^ 8|^irtn$Ked« met**, wTiich, after discutsioB, was slightly altered, «ad{H*sed:«g JioUowsj— -** jui address. be utgaexitedto IBsBtoeilleney Hie G«tcbmmb. vJhief, st*fci*gtkai.m 'the^ opmion of ^ this *0001101 serious loss and great inconvenience aresnfFeredbyttewflomstBtlirough tbe con tinual breaches of contract in x«g«rd to time on Ste jpm% ofthe contractors O&w 'the coh veyaaoeof the Europe^. andthat the ^^-enforcement of thepftwltios for these breaches provided far raj^-origins! contract, lia&been am iiyastiee t» tha^eoiouie^ is such penalties were the only»ea*is provided for ' protecti...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 13 January 1866

Holloway's Pills. — Wise Precaution. — ? The unwholesome vapours and frequent chills derange the economy to an immense extent, and permanently u? derimne the health, ; unless every now and then the blood be j purified, the secretions rectified, and the nerves restrung. Holloway'sPiils perform these several necessary offices with certainty, safety, and ex* : pedition. Old and young, robust and feeble, main artd female, will find these Piilg an un failing domestic remedy; not only in slight^ sicknesses, but also in the more serions and] dangerous diseases which spring from neglect j of early symptoms- Yet, under the purifying ' and correcting influence of Holloway's inesti- - raable medicine, the appetite improves, the J digestion gains strength, the liver, acts freely, j the kidneys secrete abundantly, and Isalth is toumphsat. . ]

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THE FAR NORTH. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 13 January 1866

THEJ^iGB^OETH. last cottfca&ied |in #rtraordinary article- on the tCTiote Ifortherh runs and the natives «f ^ieir locality. Alluding to the recent affair wiA-the ? blacks at Lake Hope, the writen remti&B;— ? ' rv- ' !;' tWs wjl\]be ml .e^penaivsi ^JSiair, i^ connection with remitted rent^. It seems 4s if the less we get from the country the more we shall have to pay for it; and we should not wonder at all if people, .were to begin to ask whether tjjbe best thing to do -sith the . .Far North would not be to abandon , it altogether to those, who like to take upon themselves the whole risk and sole responsibility of oocupying it . Of ow^e we axe speaMng,only of the very remota and outlying country, which, according to all present appearances, is likely to cogt the Treasury more than the Treasury can get back from it. .As.to ' settling' country so remote as thatjHow referred to^ it never will— at alLevents, , not for many, many years to.come— be settled in any other way ...

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MUDHOLE. NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS.—What has become of B. O.P.—We expect to hear from him next week.—Bunyip, 6th January. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 13 January 1866

[?] Noncx to Co«k*8ipoh»knts.— What has be* come (tf'B.'O.f-'We expect' to-hear from him iiatt-week.-— gmtyy, 16th January. Wdl then, echo answers BOi - . a pifetty way to aak'-aJter a fellow, thttt ss i P«hap« you'd-likeito offiK a' zeward for him?; - WdL hs^s ouite^en to' reowve-oxi» figure. ^And wo you «^-ee^ t8' ^» trtoi Mmf ?. That's a Slice atyle rf puttaajg-tt teo-11 Jiowdo you know what I should have doiie iT T had been 'tiro Editor of Why, tha moment tfiat I heard that B. O. had ariivod by the Melbourne steamer, I dioidd hare dMUak ... his health in a pot of Bob's Gawler «tingo, aod then, -with a another pot handy ^ emergencies and my pipe' on, I should have dashed off tk ' letter to iiim eomething- ih this' style:—1- ~:r- Ever dear aiid hi^dy valued B. Bursting with anxiety fo* your wieUare, and ' overjoyed at your retBTO 'from yohr ardu'oUa labors in the sister colonies, ' weliasten to con gxatDlate you and oursdVes ou your safe arrival. Knowing from woful experiMiCe the ...

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MISCELLANEOUS EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 13 January 1866

MISCELLANEOUS EXTRACTS. Swdtnbss of Bffina. — A -vulture can fly at the rate of 150 miles an h&w. The common crow oan fly 25 miles, and swallows, according to Spalangaio, 02 miles m hour. It it said that a falcon 'was disoovered.at Malta 24 hours after the departure of Henry IV, from Fontain bleau. if trae, the 'Bird must- have flown for 14 houts at the *ate of 67 miles an hour, not aHowi»g him -to rest a moment during tho whole time. Ccfiiocs Obnithologicai Emc.— Mr. G. D. Lockhart's ship Ravenscraig, Captain D. B. Inglis, of London, just arrived from New Zealand, reports having brought home a curious relic of the ancient ornithology of those islands in the form of an egg of the Moa, or Dinornis, of New ZealancL The egg is alleged to have been discovered under somewhat angular circumstances. While some laborers i were marking out a site to build upon in the i Wairakie district, a pick struck upon a cave. On opening it it was found to contain the skeleton of a Maori in a cro...

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TALK OF THE WAGS. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 13 January 1866

TALK OF THE WAG& talk (of the 'SV ags) . is that the | lethargic the debate on Tu^- . ^.day, oiHhe proposed constitutional amend ments,7 may be accounted fwr. . without imputing indifference either Jto Ministry or opposition ; that the weather may be. i fairly1 saddled with all the blame;, that I the intense ' heat and sultriness which ! prostrated the constitutions * of hon. members would be sure indirectly to affect the constitution of the country.' The talk is that the South Australians will be very much astonished if the P. A O. Company's steamer for January should arrive only a day or two later than the time contracted for; that the strong and almost unanimous expression of feeling on- 'Tuesday, in the 'Honse of Assembly, is an accurate reflex of the feeling of. the whole Colony ; and that the suggestion is a .good one^ to cease to ^remit jtge subsidy . to England ' if the -English CoremmeHt .^11 persist -in remitting the penalties. .. to wliich the. *ompa'iiy invariabl...

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WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 10. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 13 January 1866

? Wtonkdbat, Jaktjart 10. 3Cke. Adelaide JLo£e Assurance and Guarantee Conipanj ftill -was .sead; a: second time and passed through 'Committee. The Attorney-General stated that the resig nation of Dr. Woodforde as Coroner bad been Mr. Sathezia&d's proposition for £50,000 to be raised under the Beoenture Act for use on main lines ef roads lapsed through informality. The new regulations lor gold mining were produced and laid on .the table. A motion for iBrareasing the travelling -expenses at the mounted pelice was lost. Leave was granted to introduce a Bill to amend the Act relating to licensed vehicles. The amendments introduced by the Council in the Main Rojfes Act were agreed to. The report of Committee on the Strathalbyn Tramway Bill was adopted^ A niotion-for increasing the pay of the foot police was Lwt.

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Farmers' Column. DRAINING. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 13 January 1866

[?] [?] 1 baps its yield^ca^ed^y ^e q^^ Wannary.' cmd at that time .prop«2ataons for draaniii^:' might be made, and the work oommenced as soon after as possible in good earnest. We widi tl© importance of the work was more^ ?Lppr«ciatiod by owners and occupisis of land its^raiue has been long exempted. ' Strain tales'frana. -duty. - ^ ?? ..j ^ knany landlords in Gretft ^Britain the' draining Is aocomplifih©d, andirrterestwiUingly i paid by the tenants on &e capital invested, i By others, the drain tiles axe 'found only, -the j farmer laying them -down ; but there has been for years a universal desire- on both sides tx- ] cany out thorougly Gkerprocess of dxaaning,'] and such arrangements have always proved of i mutual advantage. ? It is a well-known axiom in agriculture that i the deeper the soil as .the - more ' favorable will it . he for the purposes of cultivation. To pro-. ] dace this desideratum -several systems have j been adopted, such as trenching by tiie spade, j sub...

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LOCAL COURT—GAWLER TUESDAY, JANUARY 9. [Before Mr. R. J. Turner, S.M.] FRANCIS AND HOLMES V. RAGLESS. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 13 January 1866

LOCAL COURT— GAWLER. Tuesday, J ax u a jit 9. [Before Mr- £. J. Turner, S.M.] FRANCIS AND HOLMES V. BAGLESS. Claim JS14 5s. 8-L, for sinking a well.' 1 Plea of defendant, that plain tiffi hn^ not fulfilled their contract. The evidence of the two plaintiffs was to the effect that they were at liberty to stop work when' desirous of doing so.' That they com mended work at 83s. -per- week mid rations, but on reaching rock agTeed for pleee-waork.i Both agreements were verbal. On reaching a depth of 92 f£et they knocked off, because -the work was tmsafe. They were refused nnila 'which tiiey 'applied for to the defendant. Oliver . Bagless admitted that the prices xharged,for sinking were correct, but the work was not finished. Whihj engaged on work by the week, plaintiffs were at liberty to give up the job, but after they commenced piece work they were bound to remain till a supply of water was obtained. Having reached 92 feet With two kerbs down, they left, although required to proceed. T...

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