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PARLIAMENTARY PROCEEDINGS FOR THE WEEK. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. TUESDAY, JANUARY 16. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 20 January 1866

PARLIAMENTARY PEQCEED3NGS FOR THE WEEK. . LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. Tuesday, Jauttabt 16. . , The Hon, GvF. Ajigas presented a petition pitying for an Act to regulate licensed : vehicles, which was signed by 722 signdtures. signatures. ' * i ; The Commissioner of Public Works con feented to lay on the table of the House copy pf^ttie contract for the mail service, and to ^lave pr«pared'annuaJly a railway 'report, j 'The Hon.' J. H. Barrow moved that the Corporations Amendment Bill be read a second time. The Hon. H. Ayers seconded. The Bill Waa read a second time, and will be considered iin Comihifcte^ next Tuesday. . . . ane Ji:encmg, ±Jiii was considered in Com ,mdttee*. Cotosiderable tiiue was devoted to {Clause 3, and'' n£any members' spoke, but the ^debate couisisted almost entirely in personal wrangling. , Some progress was. made in. the Supreme Court Procedure Amendment BilL . - . Wbdnesdat, Jathjabt 17. , The Adelaide Life Assurance and Guarantee Company Bill was read a first -time...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 20 January 1866

- This Dat's Augtionh.^-O ur readers must not foiget Mr. Tidemann's pale by auction of furniture, Ac., this-morning, nor the fortnightly sale of stock in tho afternoon, by Mr. Bowlands. - Particulars of both . salee appear in our ^vertdsins oolumns.

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Poet's Corner. FAITHLESS NELLY GRAY. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 20 January 1866

? IBotfs -®«tner. FAITHLESSNELLY GRAY. S«oBid8e «B8«edUierlxH i And used to wftr's alannej Sat a cannon-ball took off his tags, ' , i ''. *?* '' - p«id bo 'Let others shoot, ' For here I leave my seoond leg And the forty-seoond foot.' The army «urgeons made him limbs ; Saidhe-'they'reonly pegs. Butthere's aswooden members quite ' Ajs represent my legs 1 ' Now Ben he loved a pretty maid, Her name was Nelly Gray j Bo he went to pay her his devours When he'd devoured his pay I But vrlien he caUed on Nelly Gray, She made quite a scoff; when she saw his wooden legs j Began to take them off! j Oh, Nelly Gray! Oh, Nelly Gray I Is i&is your lore so warm? The love that loves a scarlet coat Should be more uniform ! Said she, 'I loved a soldier once, For he was blythe and brave ; Sat I will never have a man With both legs in the grave f Before yon had. those timber toes, Your love . I did allow, But then, yon know, you stand upon Another footing now !' Oh, Nelly Gray ! Oh, Nelly Gray! ...

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HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY. FRIDAY, JANUARY 12. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 20 January 1866

HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY. Friday, JintrAnx 12. . The Treasurer, m answer to Mr. Goode, sjfcated that the stationmen under the Central Road Board of main lines did not receive any ?portion, of the J@5,000 voted for civil servants, . j,.Thfi Treasurer said the enquiry into the stranding of the White Eagle would be held with open doors, and no objection would be 'made to lading the evidence on the table of ^fche House. - ? ? ftfW Pow ?a_cstr/u4 ? trliofliA* 4-Wa tmwKas I mended for appointment by the Central Road Board as District Surveyors at £509 per annum had been subjected to p-rarmnqfripn as to competency, and if so, by whom. The Chief Secretary said the question had been sentto the Secretary of the Road Board, and would be answered after the next meeting of the Board. ? The Hon. A. Blyth moved--' That an ad dress be presented to His Excellency the. Governor-in-Chief, praying His Excellency to recommend this House to make provision by 1 Bill to an extent not exceeding £6,000. tor the pur...

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GAWLER CORPORATION. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 17. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 20 January 1866

GAWLER CORPOEATION. - Wedsesdit, Jaotaby 17. - Present the Mayor, Mr. John Mitchell — -Councillors Clement, Finch, Young, 'lm Deland, and Mold. ~ _ x The minutes of the last meeting wera 1 read and confirmed. j COKB.ESPOJTDE3TCE. From Mr. John Allen, for permission to erect a scaffold before his house, in Murrav-street. From Mrs. Catherine McCarthy je qu.es ting that certain burial fees might be remitted. From the Hon Sec. of. the Gawler Institute, in reference to debris remain* ing from the Fancy Fair. From the Chief Secretary's Office, stating that Gawler was proclaimed ^ police district in '1863, atid that 'two constables of the, foot-police will 'bo appointed as soon as possible.. A fortnight's leave of absence was granted to. Mr. Councillor Loutit. ; An extension of time for their report was asked for by the Public Works Com- j mittee. The Town Clerk gave as the return or | expense of scavenging the town for the ; past year £40 18s. ! The Town 'Clerk stated that tho amount of r...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 20 January 1866

Hollow at s P£ulb are admirably adapter! for the removal of all diseases which have thd'L * ; origin ia disturbed digestion. Thqr axe we4 suited to al f -^as3es and conditions, as compe t nit to give crttcfort to the wealthy, as euse ani strength to the po-^r. TtoeEOlg will befoanH an agreeable and efficient remedy by invalids whose xoSnds and bodies are etiervaied and ex hausted from excess, oyeir anxiety, or foreign residence. Persons liable to bilious attack* should takethese Pills; they'oause _eachsazut» to be less severe the nansea and bjliottsne^s wfllgradnaDy be removed, a^id good difl^tion, with complete health, be regained. To.add to the merits of Hdll6way*B' taedinina. or danger attends its use, no weakness follows employment*

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LOCAL COURT—GAWLER. TUESDAY, JANUARY 16. [Before Mr. R. J. Turner, S.M.] [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 20 January 1866

LOCAL .COURT — GAWLEE. ; ? Tuesday, Jajtuaby 16. ^Before Mr. R. J. Turner, S.M.'! ? Previously to the commencement 'of business Mr. Rudall applied for a postponement of the poHce case, Jones v. Treloar, on the ground that the' information bad been laid , only the previous day. : The case was adjourned for a week. . .-... . UNSATISFIED JPDgHIH'm. Poeham v. Ho^ajt.— Amount, £5 6d. The plaintiff stated that .defendant had agreed to ™.T Sg. Ttf-r fiffhiiirht. fn wVtir»Vi V»o nlointjtf L.j ! X — «f ? X ? ? T — ~D ? ? ? ? ? — V, yimmrlllj lUMi assented.- | It was arranged that the case Bhonld stand over for a week. « Popham y- M aTfbb. — Amount, j£63s. Service of snmmons was proved, on which «vwgnin^ defendant stated that he never would pay it, but rot' in gaol first. ' Order made for 10s. per week, first payment to bft*nafla--tra-tfaft - ? ? ,, - Popham v. Pantek. — Amount, £5 12s. The plaintiff asked that an order should be inade for 10s. per- week. Defendant being sworn, was aTa.T»i«o^...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 20 January 1866

; ?- 1 49 vH I Nij.Ii E X- g'TE EET, ^att-i-yBajpn the shortest notice. . :' ?' ? ' . -y^'^ ? 149 Hindley-stieet, One ,door from Mozphett ... street. - ? ,_ „, .. , _?',,; Orders received at the Prince AlbertHotel, : Gawler. .- 5 *- NOTICH * ? p' Am. pigs,_-k-ats, f owls, &c., , TRESPASSING oil Sections 363, 262, 261, 269,- and '270, Hundred of Mndla Wirra, near the laght, will be DESTROYED alter this dote. ef; - WILLIAM STOTT. Daisy Hill Farm, January 18th 1866w 3temple CaBe and Bestaurant, No. 48, HINBLEY-STREET. Pbopeietob, Me. W.Hi-HBS03ff, Apprentice of ilons. Ale-rifi Soyter, - formerly of Fprtnum and Mason's, Gunter &Co.,and rfjthe'Stfam'Chib, XioadtHk'; TNfil. W. S. JGrlBSOJf begs to inform JjJL the ¥k£b1ic that on and after This Day bis -Cafe wilTbe open from 6 a.m., to 12 mid night for ^refreshments. . ?TCB3S LABIESMNING^EOOII 'will be -upstairs, nnder the direction of lbs. Gibson. Private entrance jErom Leigh-street. , HOT JOINTS from 12 to 3. COFFEE, TEA,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 20 January 1866

mabtjn - £ « ENGINEERS, JfACHINISTS, , *rajjppiGHTs, COACH builders, v Agricultural Implement Makers, *— V- ?_ ,^kc»t ^®fC» ; . . fEsiABM8HEn l84&l ; '???? ? -? '? s pj&«3&a&-?- .-fcaafca^a .- «-;c*sg? ~I.-jt.-5 :? v .^bcibliid andC^ezalUI«Dsiit ? Manufactory, , MUBBAY STREET, GAWLEB ' ' : JOHITJ O NE^, V'; ''''? - - 1 lff**w i WW Bihtoww, WHKKLWfiiaHT, WOi BEGS to thank his numerous customers fcar past favo^ sid as he now devotes Jus whole attention to the aboveEptablishment, (having 'relinquished Ms General- Store,) he is prepared to execute orders for REAPINGAND WINNOWING MACH33STES, WAGONS, DRAYS, SPKINGC ARTS, NEW PORT PAGNELLS, &c., Ao, On the shortest notice «nd of the bast materials ? and Workmanship. Reaping and Winnowing Machines of every ?onstruction made to order. ^ ? ?' Second-hand Reaping Machines for Sale or Hiref ' « letts's diaries,i866. THE above just arrived, all varieties of Form, Size, and Price, from 6d. upwards. W. BARNE...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 20 January 1866

NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC. The first quarter of the year 1886 com menced .on ' January ©th. Those who purpose commencing subscriptions are requested to do so ?without delay ; and subscribers for the old series who have' not discharged their accounts are re quested at once to do so. 'j Should any irregularity in delivery occur, subscribers are requested at once to make the fact known. GAWLER :: SATURDAY, JAN. 20, 1866. ? ? — _ — - — ' ? ? ? ?

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THE GAWLER MARKETS. Bunyip Office, Friday Evening, GRAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 20 January 1866

[?] Bunyijp Qgice, Friday Evening, ? ?. Gnus.. '- : ?- v- - 'Wheat at the Mills brings from^s. 8d. to 7s 10d^-acscordingto quality. ^ ??- '5' Flour per ton -JB22, per l»g-^£ 6m. . ' v Pollard Is. 10d.4» 2s,. j ^ y .. „ ' Bran. is. 8d.^ '- ? t. v ?_ .' Bariey is-very scarce. - -J ; . Qf Oats none are -coming to hand. . . . Ktet -to -7^per. ton. .. ... ? Hntton, tend^nartere,' 8d. pei. 'ifr,; S«&' quarters, -V|d. . ' T ??'? '-f r ?-:.:? - Beef, prime parts, 8d. to. j9di per 16. V V«^%i8d, lb; ? '-? ' , ,? . . p4-r^ls.5jffiribi ? y Vegetables. ? KJalAages, Cs. to 106.per doz. Turnips, 5s. per doz. bunchea. -GaTrots, 48; per^oz. btmches. - ?Green peas, Is. 8d.perpeck. .FrenchBeans, 5s.per doz/lbs. Vegetable Marrows, 6s. to los. per dox. ?Cufeumbers, 6s. to Ss/per doz. Onions, 4ti. per lb. Potatoes, -lSs. per cwt. Radishes, Is. €d- per doz. bundles. Fbdjt. Apples, Is. 2d. f-er lb. Grapes, 'fid. per lb. . Peaches, 4d. to 6cL per. doz. , Aprieots, 4d. to 6d. per doz. : Plums, Is. 3...

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[?] Column CHEESE AND CHEESE FARMS. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 27 January 1866

[?] [?] feffia 4asKiv f. * »... ' -rr » w S9 WSIwl icptttri inmt^4iro*eeairf^aA*tiaMli@^^8e$ng-iBtoi M«w PW.d fsf! '999 3 havjs ^tjjWTxmdnnlw $&%?', . change s^-pen not jgong! hi^apiar as ||j eho atiU;^_ % lm^ ported cheefe a g^Tt inariy-rlhpniBfittdB afjear-;j oe saww p ' wie » flonntjy' All Jha^ w#uitea || ttfUw | iletSls of mw^wtj^ and a:, g^^eaa more| wxp |o tbe w^.ter 'the jp^8, f 0T, tb put it | pitl^^ino^ clima^it Is w^t^at'maJftal ^rass. arid griss'ma^es .cows, and to' hanaie' tbe | yiijk |^a i|.Ss «diiies pi^y tfurd onf^te I ^egrtsficsi^ of ctrarae, tbefirst considera^on. 'i ^Vheretbere itjee pKremiialstreanis this iseariJy ' ttfanaged. ' 'For instance,; in Tasmania,' on ipe i« * magnificent dairy fiinn. 5ongthe»age of tiie clear-flowing stream ?whifch disscehas from the slopes df Beh JUmiond. *Thte Water here iB over-flowing, and ? ripples between meadows of grass worthy of Middlesex, in which the cowt» at apring --time stand un to their thees in clover.' The worth...

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[?]arra[?] [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 27 January 1866

? - ?? ^BjlnTriTwi ?! . j* 1 1 a i'*1 a j i« yavsi .J.O ,(tn Vfdiik'-cil^'lill yiiftfwjl^Tld ISSUES been ta31«v' bnt fehe is ja^de^ «Mi8txes8 at tome?'-r'No,^ir, #e'» out.'— ; '?Then TH efcep, in and pit by/ tne ' * k weU loiowii author once Tsxote an artiole rfpfoa *'A!S7't 'Tut,' sifid ^-n- :^e -iioitiajB, 'what^ia l^hl viE 4rtdfi!.?r atefer9 ySwrfaiig We 'I&Sb' steamer Bays^The -»pt65n aid the ^tewaasiefis- : «She was insu&dl^r ^5000 and loaded with pig8.-' : y-;' , x . -What !-^ect dff sef ?: bar ? The -young- man hesitated a few moments, and then repUed, ^ doctor, IjntTaEet tbnK;?| m V9^ . ' A loviig husband recently t^l^rapl^.tohis ^fe JJIowb:— 'What have yon for dinner^ aid how Si the baby?' The answer came backi 'I-otk, baa the meaaeB. - 'Let ine hav^ a pound of oysters, my gbod man, wiU yonf ,~w Pound, siri we donteeU them by^ weight, we /sell th®m ^ measure. — «* Then .let me have a yard. .4. ,?? /; - There seem3 to be a chance of getting ;a current through...

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[?] FENIAN FIGURES AND FENIAN FACTS I. FENIAN FIGURES. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 27 January 1866

[?] *z.s\ sd 1 . a ^jps [?] susbe^ '--hri JStnrl ^«'lhirot-.iriBh : gto dnaee jo'acTil^ ?fhgre's finst the*vm3ghity ?'?''-IT zc .aBeAW» ' 44T- jaras«itf - m&' ' and ^aKer^# Murphy, j&*Jr ^V^g- J^!1 no I ~':r'r'- n* *V? ^inl there's doQan to be ;dth»wn, ana -i'. J''* 'M'''11 »ow the -eun -3i .Irish g^ol1^ i'^,l^ ^-'er the 1 --- ? .-T-' -i T-1 -ft Wnve l ? ? ^ : ,H . -afisereiae, v [. ?; ; -r : Qieeaa;. ' : 'Jim Dhnectibory, and MiniBthers, and officers, *lot, ' a^inr^why ' : ! Awi-nld he niot? - . ; r? J: Atlantic wave! ;. ThaVe the chap to make thim blackguards of Saxons quail and quake, . i - ? Win they, b^, across the watha*, how big . ai41*uld they qpafce; . That's the chap to &*o the blood asthir in each rMilenan heart,- ? % Xffhht iihev bftar wbat troope Sa waning, mi = ? what ships is going to stert, . $cyr the son Irish glory ehinea o'er the .Atisnticwave! Andwr we don't inow all we'd Eto ot *bat \ * they're going to do, 'becase they find it iraer to I...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 27 January 1866

BIRTH. '^-i - At Gawler, on the 24tli inst., the -wife of Mr. 1 GAWLEB: SATURDAY, JAN. 27, 1866.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 27 January 1866

I flfe^C j£r- .ft i - a ar« !!«' ^Fngs, I * f Thursday. February 1, for BOfla)®® ^^fflNiS'piBS' -BEi:H-ENCEr jPJaniB.. gnfr hma^iatipng;. amay be seeD 'on- applicatioii^ ^e^j0ffice8^f;'W . DaffieJdj&sCp. - 4v.v ~sr*- lowest or , an.y tender .not ncCMsanlj De wimr^opia^ rosT^ ? ... ,..?'; j : ; -Onvvm Lwids Office. Adelaide, V '' ' * Jaamaiy;3j_l866. j i - \ ^OTWEM HSEEBY XSOTBa^^al! l^r NherifSTiowink portions ' 'df;?C^F« I&»aij will be offered for Sale by ^Wic;At«i^ j|£bc land « *fffce, -Adelaide^ ott Thu^ay3he-8th d^ypf February, 1 8fi6, fit elcvep 1®^ 9®K ^ the spectivetyy on-iue- wniis. «uu : ,»~™. , under the provisionsiof air/Actor the'Parliament of South AtistriBUu ^ibsed . iti jhe^t^nty-first y&fr-ot Heir Majesty's reign, intituled ' An Act for Beeuiatiiig iheSale and orfier.Disposal of Wk*te Lands^elonging Ho the Crown in South 'Australia.' -f-3Bep6sifc, 'twehty jSct cent ' J. JBENTHA.M NEAIiES. / Ccj^miBsioner of-Crown Lands/ and ,*«? K-J r; V..„. '...

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PASTORAL RELIEF. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 27 January 1866

PASTORAL BELIEF. - Scarcely anything can exceed the im portance of this subject, except the diffi culty of dealing with it ; and certainly the Ministry deserve credit from t!ie public for the manner in which they, grappled with the difficulty. Belief to. the squatters is not an optional measure ;- and while yielding to the existing neces sity, Ministers, in our opinion, have been careful to protect to the utmost' the in terests of the public. The opposition, on occasion of the second, reading, mustered their jrhole strength, waived their little differences, and did not even disdain to become in consistent with themselves in order, to defeat the Miuistry on this very vital and indispensable measure. The three weary days of talk sufficed to show. -that the incongruous opponents of the Bill were not contending for a constitutional victory, but for a party triumph, that the thing to be overthrown was not the Bill, but the Ministry. Eagerly did the whole phalanx battle for this result, a...

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GAWLER INSTITUTE. COMMITTEE MEETING. MONDAY, JANUARY 22. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 27 January 1866

GAWLEB INSTITUTE, COXlEITTfX MEET ISO. Moitdat, Jakdabt 22. Present — The President, M.r. John 3tfltchell, Messrs. Martin, Burton, Dixon, Fotheringham, Schwan, Roberts, Josling, Mold, Clement, and Lewis (Secretary). »: The minutes of last meeting having lieen read and confirmed, the President stated that the especial business -of that Meeting was to consider the tenders 'which had been sent in for a site for the proposed Institute building. A letter was read from Messrs. Burton, Nott, Bathurst, and Livesey, in answer to one received from the Secretaiy en closing a resolution recommending Mr. f Winkel as Curator to the Gawler I tuseum vice Dr. Schombui^k resigned. The letter stated that the writers had great pleasure in carrying out the recom ?mendation of the Committee, and ap pointing Mr. Winkel, and that they fully ?concurred in the opinion concerning the qualifications of that gentleman for the office. r .It was resolved that the Treasurer; kgri&draw from the general .fii...

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WATER SUPPLY. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 27 January 1866

WATER SUPPLY. Tjeee are few social -questions so impor tatat as that of a good supply of Water, Iztd in few portions ofthe globe does the mM^r assume the vital importance which .attaches to it in Anstrdia. This fact dpes not arise j&om as actus! (scarcity of the precious liouid. but ftnm dto ». pity which in many cases elduBts to bring ; it to light, to direct and economise it. In many parts of South Aiis^Ua water continues to be scarce, and it haa been so in most townships when they Wire yet newly formed. Adelaide wasa' :a considerable time dependent on the iSpnprens for a .supply, even after that i?Velvhad becoiue rep^iv©bythel|qanji5 ^ksi and pollution of its current. ' It was. a great achievement to collect the water at the sources ofthe river and convey it Without defilement to the city,; but it appears that Considerable alarm is felt as to the continuance of the supply. - In reply to the Hon, J. H. Barrow, last week, the Commissioner of Public Works stated that he had ...

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WALLAROO. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 27 January 1866

nrALLABOO. - From the WaUarooTimtt w% gather that iaa-j provements : are rapidly advancing ia neighborhood: and thatithasbaassiiaastifs ; ahaisof Chelate extreme weather. ! Aboat ^ve sules si the MoeeAa ami Wd laxoo railway have been laid with-rail^ aSl i tbe work of sotting and bafiasti^lfce remain Inkf portion eTthe fine iaateadfly piugaauuing Tw onttinga «wa few, and ait tf m fisst dq^, whilst ths^ronad gar tiaamaatpart h-a . *mmRT °f tJCBTSUoa. . ? Th- j -a^^plss^ln *af^ AHiths. I7pwatfda of a linnnsd ntit are wployad on tiM line, basics many honies and dibbins. msgority of rthe men live in ^^TinAaa. whilst tiis tents gnnyahs, evscy article in and out, are sfmSariy The h^^ tame^ too, is alinost beyond endurance. During itwo or three days in the eaxfy part of tiie week the glare of the ssn intemsined by reflection from miles of aertib'faliage, caaBOdthe atmosphere to beooms sb oppressively hat that the men were obliged to Iflkve off work. Wat«f, too, ia a ecaroe article with them...

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