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HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY. TUESDAY, JANUARY 9. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 13 January 1866

HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY. . ToxsiuT,JiMuxr9. A considerable number of questioas were , asked and answered. | Th&Ohief Secretary moved the second read- ' ing the Constitution SiiL The* Hon. A. ' Btythsnpported tiu? BUL Mr, Glyde opposed t&a-aeeoBd trading.; 4fe. Townaend snpfKttted i ^the motion, Messrs. Bright jand Martin were Ittljwr^ntew.: , f vSmmm of -Jtw JftiU- , li^l »,il Ckll A- ?- 1 -The previous ^ question was then put in the words, ~ that- this question be now put.' and the ayes were declared a majority. Mr. -Hyde called for a division, with the following results— Ayes, 14 — The Attorney-G eneral, tie, Tmaaerk1he Commissioner of Crown Lands MoSsr& A. Blyth, Bower, Can, Cole, Murray. Peacock, Saridne, Townsend, Watts, Williams, and' the Chief Secretary (teller). Noes, 10 — llecsrs.. Bright, C*venagh. Dunn. Ererard. ?Goode, Martin. Pickering, Bounsevell, Strang w^ys, and dyde (teller). Majority of 4 for the ayes. The question; 'that the Bill be read a second...

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

§ariclirs. What nation is most likely to succeed in a difficult enterprise ? — Determination. Why is the Divorce Court Judge opposed to pugilism? — Because he is the great upsetter i of the arrangements of the ring. That was an enquiring young mind that asked the schoolmaster where all the figures went to that were nibbed out. '_I can't say I admire your style of acting,* said a landlady to a strolling player when he ran away without paying her bill. - A' young man, who has recently taken a wife, says he did not find it half so hard to get married &s he did 'to get furniture. A lady lately had her likeness taken by a photographist, who executed it so well that her husband prefers it to the original. If a uaair talis insolently to you under the plea of candour, you may knock him down under the plea of an infirmity of temper. Hojr do you define 'black as your hat?' said a schoolmaster to one of his pupils. ' Darkness that may be felt,' replied the . youthful wit, A little girl...

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THURSDAY, JANUARY 11. [Before R. J. Turner, S.M., John Mitchell Esq., Mayor, and Richard Butler, Esq., J.P.] WALSH, v. O'CONNELL. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 13 January 1866

ThtjksdAv. Jakuast 11. [Before K. J. Turner, SJtt., John Mitchell E sq-i JMay oar^ Eichsnlfintler, - ir , j1 ''? . This was an action of qectment, for recover ing possession- of ^dlOtment No. 6, at Two Wells. Def&idamt'did not appear. The plea on- his behalf, was that the property being under the E«ail 'Property Act, and above JE100 in value, was beyond the jurisdiction of the Court! . ' John Walsh, 'the owner of the land proved that its virtue did not 'exceed .£55. ; ; Henry Warren^ of Two Wells gavai similar testimony. Yerdict f«r pl^ntiff — Damages J63. :

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 13 January 1866

Bailway, Acting Managsr'a I-epsatment, ' ' . . ' ^ Aaelajde Statiogo, Janttaiy/1, 186$. | FlIEEE l^endere of tie undermentioned' JLf' persona ; for the supply ;ofthev South Australian Xailwape Coring, tike year ending, Slat Beounber; ItH&have been scooted for; the xjraporticmof-^he articles ten-j tiered fniis the ca» ittajrbfe!, -riz*-^ '' *- Haaxtdd, Bros. EwMipg. & Co. Bean^ros,. a©eoL»jPIaliip^,-&t3o. ; : :$& -JL w&mM Co ^3Eo^Hai I-odgsoii .t . ^ '? Joseph Bowe T.MacDohald JLndteff^neB H. Simpson * , :. J. Colton, Jb Oo, . , ' _r4 ^'r;* Jv &avies '.&*!*: - T. B«aw»lds Jno.Pnlfeford JJobin& .LeMessurier -3srder, - tS5gns3)~iWl HANSON, $.66. Acting Manager. 3Erated Bread Company. J. S rGOEDOk, & Co., - I ^GrENITS in Gawler for the' supply of j\ tSie-CSompany's Bread, begto inform the yutlic of GawIef and neighborhood, that they ?will to-day receive by the first train, the first batch of- Bread from the Aerated ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 13 January 1866

— 1 — titocxBu: - ' 'Wifolflllfc' ^Cniii^l Tmp^mant MURRAY STREET, hxik&B- lOHN JGNES, XJEGSto thank h5s«umerous-nistomers 1- fsrpastlavors, a*d as lie ®sw_ devotes Ihiswholeaiten lion to therfboveEstaMishment, ^haniigTdiiiqDished Iub General -Stere,) Tie is prepaid toexeOTteordersfor aBEAPESGiaiSD WDWOWffla MACHINES, i^AGWS.DRAYS, SPRING CARTS, NEW ' PORTPAGNELLS, Ac., Oa tba«barteetrBotice aadofthe bestreatpriafc : ?»'* WnrfmranAy - Heaping and Winnowing Machines of every ^construction -made to coder. fieaond-iiaad Siatping Machines for Sie «r 5Ere. LE$TS'S DIARIES, 1866. fllHE above just aimed, all varieties of jL ^onn»£5sq,*ad Price, Irem6d. ?upwards. W. BARNET, Printer, Bookseller and Stafifcianer, MurraySfcreet Mr. Charles Puttmann, (of item's opera compact:.} BESPECTFULLY wishes to inform i the resi&eats of -jawler, that lie intends visiting that district every SATURDAY, for instruction in MUSIC* provided a sufficient number of Pupils can be obtained, - Lesson...

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THE GAWLER MARKETS. Bunyip Office, Friday Evening, GRAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 13 January 1866

THE GAW-IfERv MABKETS. Bvaiyip Office, Friday Evening, Gbain. Wheat is offering' freely at ?&'6d; ? . Flour is sold at .the mills at J022 5s. The ptice of Bran is Is. 9d. per bushel, and of Pollard IS1. lOd. ~ Meat. Mutton, hiud-q^uarters, 8d. per lb. ; fore quarters, S^d. Beef, prime parts, 8d. to. 9d. per lb. Veal, Sd. to 9d. per ib. Pork, Is. par lb. ? Yegetabik-. Cabbages, 6s. to 10s. per doz. Turnips, 5s. per doz. buncbeF. Carrots, 4s. per doz. bunches. Green peas, Is. 8d. per peck. French Beans, 5s. per doz. lbs. Vegetable Marrows, 6s. to 10s. per do*. Cucumbers, 6s. to Ss. per doz. Onions, 4d. per lb. 'Potatoes, 15s. per cwt. £adishes, Is. 6d.: per dor. bunches* - - Faint, Apples, Is. 3d. per lb. Grapes, 6d. per lb. ' Peaches, 44. to *6d. per doz. Apricots, 44. to 6d. per-doz. Plums, Is. 6d. to Is. 8d. per gallon. Figs lOd. 'per doz. i Daiby Pboddce. Butter, 2s. per. 2b. Eggs, 16. par doz. . Colonial Bacon, Is. Sd. per lfc. -

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 13 January 1866

NOIICB TO THB HrBLKT n mencedon , r^u-psted to dio eo without delay^ jwi^ subscribere-£^thej^d^; «eiie«%rhlH not discharged, theit ' accotihtfi' 'are qnesi^d at once to do so. r. ^ ^Q^snbscrtber8ajroz«quost£^W'on^^ to make the fact known. ' 1 ^ ' ? ? ? '? ? ' - ? 1 x.-4? Cfje i GAWLER: SATUBDAY, JAN, 18, 1866: '

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DEATH OF TOM SAYERS. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 20 January 1866

DEATH OF TOM SATBttS. We have to announce the death ofthia -' well-known pn^IiHt,whichtook placeon: November 8, athis residence In Cam den town. He was born at Brighton .in Mayr 1826 ; his career as a priie-fighter ex tended over about 12 years, gaud during that period he £-ught- 16 battlea, m only ^ one of which he was defeated. Hisideattt was not unexpected, as be was lmowft r to hafe beon laboring under consumpVon in its severest form. About: four years , since Savers -purchased . Howe _ and Cushing's circus, and for about a 'twelve month travelled the country; but he . found it anything but a profitable specu- ' latioii, and there ^t &o doubt that the irregularities and dijmpalloa consequent upon a roving measure hastened his end. : , i The Daily Mews Bnpplies the following | account .of the funeral ~ ' Tom Bayers, the pugilist, *as boiied en November 15, at ? Highgate Cemetery, un^ar circumstances whichtan only be described by. the word disgraceful. Soon after midday a ...

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ENGLISH EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 20 January 1866

S 'lENGMSH EXTSACm . 5, Cabs. — At Westminster PoUce Cpmtfioheit Mitchell Grlover, ^die^iiubiteda .. tiit»t d(&tattite appearance, was charged' witii Apoliceman said he had ascertained th^b 'prisoner had been a captain the army, had i«eceived a superior tsducation, and his father had kept a laige establishment with 2d servaiitk The defendant M into .habits , of Jriwnda would ^Ve na inore to do with him. He. reedVed a laite fortune -with his wife, and he dissipated .wioje of its Ips friendf .bought his' com nu^ion in the a^y.^ht liaVibg ldst that, 'he tbot his wife^Brfee years ago to Victoria, Aus jtVBiia^whei^ he.left her. in a state of starva Mon, iand coining back to. this -rountiy lived with:1 » former servant of his ^Wife*s,.aii4 his. j^ife laadjheen obliged to 'go on the stage to pwnei 'Irviogl . Since, that time he had lowet and lo^ret until he was reduced to begging,' and could not get any assistance ftom-ius friends in consequence of bis drui^en hahits. . Mr. Arnold ...

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LYNDOCH VALLEY. January 17. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 20 January 1866

LYtfDOCH VALLEY. rFrom our own Correspondent.*] January 17. -- The harvest is now over. The yield will be about 12 bushels- per acre, and the quality is excellent. The farmers have brought in a considerable quantity of wheat, hut I believe very little has been *old. - T The weather has been oppressively hot itHroi the week ; on Tuesday, the ther momecer »vuua in vue nun. On Monday night, about 10 o'clock a fire broke out on Mr. SchwartzlioppiF s ? -farm, at Rowland's -flat, but was extin guished after burning a few acres ot '-itnbble, and some fence; there is little - doub t but that it was the act of an incen diary. I suppose an inquest will be held, when I will send you particulars. Pleuro-pneumonia has made its appear ance in tins district.

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FREELING. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 20 January 1866

[?] .{3Vch& our own Correspondent.} c A public meeting was ; held here -m MrmdaY, the ,15th: instant, on the Badmal Lease. Que&ion,..biit Jwas ' rather thinly -attended, owing itwaa; Advei%iaingv which in.*ome in^osiire ';Vaa: : .the cas^ for too much publicity canhardly -be OT^^^Vf^ch' an important question ^bs &e]Bqtat±ing leases, for it mot only ^afie-^-e\?eW pe^» ln the!^ but * - ? ? ' - - -.iP / - wrl»A«« . . .«uo ^rugroM. VI mo Wimiuin^y j vwu any ainount of xevenue is required for 1 TOads j 'bndges, wells of water and other j^L Public Works so essential for the welfare S * and prosperity of a new country. There ^ - {fore cooc^bions of the people's 1 grass, money, anil tiine, is opposing them 'with a vengeance jforallthis will be done ! by the extenBion of tenure. Will net i thisbelockiiig up the lands, if they were - not locked -up before F Is' not this -? tighfening$heeords of monopoly, so that ; the bonesof px^aahd sheep will be much inore abundant i...

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THE "TALK OF THE WAGS." TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 20 January 1866

-THE ' T\T.K OF THE WAGS.' 'TO THE EDITOR. . . 1 Sir*— As ; you have permitted the Gawler Town Wags publicly to .indulge their waggery at my expense, you can ; ; not refuse me a corner in the JBunyip to make them a complimentary return. - They say that ' although the advertise v ment of Mr. James Smith, pastrycook, of 20, Hindley-street, is very intelligible . -and lughly satisfactory, as far as ijhrist m&e cakes, - wedding, cakes, and fancy (t, «raa nent8, are concerxied, the concluding paragraph, -' Wedding- parties provided for oa the shortest notice,' is somewhat ambiguous. That the Crawler Town ? 'wags should -pronounce the former part MvOTtasen^t 'Batisfaefcoiy' I: regard as an unambiguous eompliment. Should they do me the further honor to '? JJe. 26, when they next -. visit ' Hijidley-street, X hare so doubt but that they-' will find my cakes to yield them . quite as much satisfaction as my adver tisement had done. I can asrore them, with-»t.|-^thattoypa«^ , my announ...

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NORTH AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 20 January 1866

NORTH AUSTRALIA. News has been received from this ill ' fated settlement under dates of the middle of Qctober. Great anxiety waa felt there on many accounts. Provisions, were growing scarce, only 12 sheep remaining, while the salt and preserved meats had ; all been consumed. The sheep had been *?'- sent up the river, -being too poor to kill, and three small buffaloes were the whole -? ? l ? ? *T. A? J!- ? T ? J dependence 01 xnecamp. tuuugs nau arrived from Adelaide, so that the settlers were not even aware that Mr. Jefferson Stow and his party had reached land. The description of the country is much m6re favorable than formerly. Anson Bay is described as being a fine harbor, ; with a rapid and apparently large river flAipin-v inf/i if SpvapoI creeks were also found, with large trees and abundance of game intheir neighbor hood. Cotton trees, three feet in dia meter, and sixty feet high, bearing large - pods of cotton of fine quality were also Been. Part of the country had a decidedl...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 20 January 1866

The New Bahjoe of Pekblxs. — A burgess ofthis grayely-pleasant town sallied forth into . the Green, having that same day been made a magistrate. He stumbled against a cow, and Hie milker shouted to him, ' Man ' hand aff, ma coo!' — -'Wiuaman,' said he, lookingsfcernly at her: ' I'm bo a man, I'm a fcaitt#.'— Scotsman. SATURDAY, January 2a ...' ' ???? _? .r ' . ?; ^ 'V -'?*' J ? AT ELEVEN O'CLOCK, FORENQON^ , - — — . . i IMPORTANT SALE. f ; ! n- ?. ' ) Valuable HouBehoIdFuriiitnre. ^ AT MS. CLEMENT'S STORi:, GAWLER, REMOVED FOE CONVENIENCE OF SAT.E . — — i CHAELES TlllEMAJflf lias received; instructions to SJ3LL by AUCTION, as ^ above, on Saturday, January 20, -at II oclock, forenoon — 1 A large quantity of Valuale HOUSEHOLD 1 FURNITURE, comprising — Circular Tables, in excellent condition i Feather BedB and Bedding Horsehair and Wool Mattrasses ] 6 Sofas Easy Chairs , American Rooking Chair i Iran Bedsteads, all sizes Knife Cleaner s 2 dozen Hair-seated and other Chairs , Looking Gl...

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THE RECENT NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 20 January 1866

THE EECENT NEWS. The mail steamer so far favored us this, month as to arrive/only a week after the contract time. far. as this ill-managed service is concerned, it is gratifying to observe that' the' British public are beginning to take a. more lively interest ill the matter than the British Govern ment has hitherto, done, and accordingly the London Times has taken the matter in hand. „ In the contents of the recent mail j there is little that is startling, and not 'much that is unsatisfactory. American affaire appeared to be settling down as if for continued peace, and the work of re organization is proceeding steadily and although some angry feeling -evidently exists in the minds of the American public towards Britain on account of the surrender of the officers and crew of the Shenandoah,- neither that topic nor the vexed question of the Alabama is likely to produce any serious misunderstanding between the Governments ©f the two countries. - ? ? * A veiy satisfactory portion of th...

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CAUSE LEST. TUESDAY, JANUARY, 23rd. LOCAL COURT. UNSATISFIED JUDGEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 20 January 1866

CAUSE LIST. Tuesday, Januabt, 23rd. Local Couet. XINSATISFIKD JTmOKKXNTS. Popham v. Hogan Gozzard v. Veale. . - ' . _ . , Browning v. Bromley ~ .7 ' Krutli v. Grundy. : ' : DEFENDED CABB8. Roedigerv. Gebur Krutli v. Summerton. . || ~ ... Fohce Coubx. . - Popham v. Panj-er .. % ... ^Jones v.' Treioax' A Treloar v. Jones and Wife Gebert v. Glebe. - - - - . .. '

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Farmers' Column. CLOVER AS A MANURE. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 20 January 1866

^fante' Column. I ^ ' CLOVER AS A MANURE. . ProfessorJ. B.Turner, of J aeksonyillejUlinois, in a letter to the Prairie Farmer, give* Id* view* uponthe subject of ploughing in clover aa -* manures ' * «'Ido not think that the common theom that clover roote Tun deep, baa 'anything to do with the matter ; for thevneverrnn as deen as corn. or even as deep as wheat is reported to have done. 'But here is a whole euhject most deeply ; interesting to farmers, which is as yet almost totally uninvestigated. The extant philosophies on the subject in the books are, many of them, if not absurd on the face of them, at least unproved. , ; 'My attention was first called to this subject by -observing, many years ago, that a stray root of asparagus, growing out of the centre of a bunch of fleur-de-lis, without any culture or any manure, - but standing with a grass award all around it, grew much more vigorously than other bunches onlya few . feet from it highly cultivated and annually manured. I obser...

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SOUTH AUSTRALIAN GOLD FIELDS. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 20 January 1866

SOUTH AUSTRALIAN GOLD FIELDS. Tina phrase, when used as signifying an j achieved fact, will be a novelty ; yet the first gold raised from Australian soil was produced in this province. It is now 20 years ago since auriferous earth was brought into Adelaide from a spot not many miles distant from the , city, and every . shovelful that ^ was then ! scoured in -a washing-tub yielded gold,*'! but unfortunately every pound's Worthy of the preciocts inetal cost' about 160 shillings when obtained, so that fortunes derivable therefrom were not apparent ^ yet this property became-' a joint-stock-' mine under 'the then as now' poptdar designation ' Victoria, '' and many shares were held both in South Australia and the old country. From the commencement of the ' year 1816 gold has been found from time to time in various parts of the colony, in- , eluding the Toirens. Biver and nearly all. its tributaries ; but little of gold digging} has been achieved except at Echungat' It now appears probabl...

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POLICE COURT. [Before Mr. R. J. Tamer, S.M.] [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 20 January 1866

POLICE COURT. fBefore Mr- R. J. Turner, S.M.1 Pophasi v. Pakteb. — Mr. Turner applied for adjournment, the summons having been served only the day before. Defendant had wit nesses to produce who were not now present. Dr. Popham wished to produce his -case, and then he would not object to an adjournment if His Worship 'thought it desirable.' Defendant was charged with nnit-g iTianlfiT.^' and abusive language towards 'Wl H. Pophain.. Defendant pleaded not guilty. ' - William Johnson said, he was at. 'Mr ston's, Willaston Hotel, on Thursday last, saw defendant with an old hat. He went up to Dr. Popham and offered the hat, saying it was a better one than his, Dr. Popham's. Defen- i dant then called Dr. Popham 'a ? ? j scoundrel.' Plaintiff did not say anything to defendant as far as he, (witness) heard. About twenty persons were present. By defendant — The hat was an old one. Did j not hear Dr. Popham reply to the defendant, i John Edwards, examined by Dr. Popham. I Went to the Willasto...

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Varicties. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 20 January 1866

Dariftb. What part of a ship is like a farmer? — The tiller. Is your city a healthy one, bit ? — 'Oh, yes, medicines are drags there. To escape trouble from noisy children — send them to your neigbours 'visiting.' 'Tou don't pass here,' as the counter said to the bad shillings. If von were oblisred to swallow a man, whom would you prefer to swallow ? A little London Porter. A man being commiserated on account of his wife's running away, said, 'Don't pity me till she comes back again,' 'Tom, what's monomany ?' — ?' Wfcy, you see, Dick* when a poor woman steals it is called larceny ; but when it's a rieh 'un the jury says its monomany, and can't help it — that's it.' A young man advertises his desire for a wife — 'pretty, and entirely ignorant of the fact !*' Evidently he wants a fool. Any smart pretty woman know s she's pretty — wouldn't be smart if she didn't. The following is a copy, of an advertisement which appeared in an American paper: — ' Made their escape, a husband's affecti...

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