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THE TALK OF THE WAGS. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 27 January 1866

THE TALK OF THE WAGE' - ; The talk (ofthe Wags) is that the TTpper House of Parliament has done well to place the constitution of the Colony in the hands of a Select Medical Board, and that great care must be taken- not to introduce new disorders while seeking to eradicate old ones. _ The talk' is that Mr. Elder's importa . tion ? -of animals for use in the extreme north, was a liberal and patriotic deed. i.1 ? J. .? ? 1.. V ? ?- , 1 . »'«?» uiv,»uuiu« uuuncjs waq a wore of supererogation, the prisvious importa tion of that breed' of animals having been for many years so constant and extensive that its bray is occasionally heard within the four walls ? of every public building, from -the senate downwards. The farther talk is that the quadrupedal variety of -the. species selected by Mr Elder, is far more useful and sagacious than the prer valent biped variety, and that while the former will render real service to the Colony, it will necessarily thrive: and grow fat, since the Austral...

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REMARKABLE CAPTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 27 January 1866

[?] .? Bevered ganyip B^eice- with me. -Peace sad goodwill be the order- of the- . . day; AbeOyfnlof Tiebub SihaU walkhasd-in- - hanJ witli virtue and morality, and we! «*n?l sfl be h^jpy aud comfortable! Perish the ' drongtt and rinderpest ! Welcome cheap beef ahd mutton ! Amalgamate, ye worshippers at all tliafs good, ana let ns have fair 'dues amongst mates, and when 4he plate's 'gone round, letf b share and share alike in Uw- eon- - - niounona or tne nutnmi i— sejmob with me. fori have killed — yes, I have killed the^devil f . rn tell you how. I, did it. Butldtinsbe ? calm ; let me approach my subject tsadtflv— left me nss Mo as old Ttm.v Walton used his worm, as thongt l loved hiih. Indeed, were ! . not a devoted disciple of old Isaak . (perhaps a - lineal descendant- — who knows?) it is . probable that I never should have en joyed . the . inexpressible . bliss ? of being the - ? bumble means of inaugurating the reign sttpreme. of everlasting purity and happiness. - The devil b...

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CAUSE LIST. TUESDAY, JANUARY, 30. LOCAL COURT. UNSATISFIED JUDGEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 27 January 1866

CAUSE LIST. 1 Tuesday, January, 3Ql Local. Codet. ' 8H8iTi8nxD Jtnmmnsu Everhardtvl Fielder ' . Burton r. Cave Turner x. Brittift Krutli ▼. Polls ' v.Veale Bright and another ▼. Webb. Dararont Casks. Boediger r. Nickols . MSllikau v. Caosby Duffield and another v. Lamb. PoticB Coosr. Bnmll v. Wads Hutchinsou t. Pinder Foxt. BrunskilL

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 27 January 1866

?^^rfsoli»l^^S^ -.-?tacee^fiawfer. , T7 .- -&,j\. . ,*'_' ; PATRICK SELLT. . ' asm»a^«$3^^;vi -v\'- '^%f~'.''. Holiday, January 29, at 1 o'clock. 1 ^ ' 'i ? ADJOINING THE MAIN EOAD TO WA£^ IJkBpO^ NEAE THE WATEELOO INN. ON TSE LAN3}. - - - p^TES ROWLAND has bee^i favored -A-'- ! with instructions from Mr.Geo. Parsons 2(who is about to leave the colony) to sell by -. auction, as above — - ~. -.- v' His VALUABLE.AGKICULTUEAL FAEM, . FAKMSTOCK, IMPLEMENTS, &c.,viz— ...?=: - The FREEHOLD of SECTIONS Nob. 1014 , and.1015, Hundred of POET ADELAIDE, containing 203 Acres, the whole well fenced and subdivided; Honse of FourBooms, Bom, Shefe, Wellof good Water, Ac. ' HtUf tlie 'purchase-money may remain on mortgage at 8 per cent. Titlea Land Grant. ? V v . The FARM STOCK cpmprises^ lOsupericfflJaiiy Cowb 6 Draught Borsee and Mates, stench 8 Yearling- Fillies, by Vernon 6 Store Pigs . . - 8 Horse Draya (one nearly new) ... h Spring-Cart and 'Harness * Iteay and Plough Harness -...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 27 January 1866

- if . ' J ^ESTJLBMSkBP 1848.} . ; --''v *„ '1-.t-.j-, ?«::.? *f ~'*^- 3raf*BS : H' i ' ' ?'?' ii' f * ; '?? '4 1 '11 ^ItHVjpast fevoix, «nd as lie -now devx-tes : to the above Establishment, ^^i^np^pdttdr^B Saunl'Sfaiii^) lie 18. *J .-'' pTtyjffH Ire^wiufnT. .'? 1 ' JRI^PINGAND WINDOWING MACHINES, i = -WAk3^3-i^sAr ? - -r,'/ ^?BC^j&GI #LJ^^.Jta,^ V, i . ' ,©iethe sixoEtestiioticeandQfthe best materials ? * ?'; - - .*? .-.- : '' to liactaneicf «wqr ?onktxuction niadeto owler. ',? : : r ; Second-hand Reaping Machines for Sale or. ' , IEm'Sl-IABIES,ie66. ? ? .; . I'd VliE above just arrived,all varieties of , r J.- i'onn. Size, and Price, from *»-L upwards, f ? '?'?'? W. BASNET, v :- - ' Printer* Bookseller, said Stationer, : ! Murray-Street. . ?*v OWEN Zt&GM, i-i/*^ATCH--AKD- CLOCKMJLKEB, JEWEIiIiEK, &c., INFORMS his Friends and the Public^ o!t Gawler, while thanking thenr for their support during the last ten years thatbe -will be prepared on the 18th inst t-...

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THE GAWLER MARKETS. Bunyip Office, Friday Evening, GRAIN, &c. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 27 January 1866

THE GAWLER MARKETS. Bwvyip Ogict, Friday Evenine. i Grain. &c. 1 Wheat is still declining, the price at tit* Mill?, j is 7-s.-\^d.- \ j For,flonr there is a good steady demand at ,£21 10s ;. the price retail is £2 6s. per bag; J ' ' Pollard, is. lOd. per bushel. Bran, Is. 8d. I Barley, none coming to hand. i White Oats bring 5s. 31 Hay £6 10s. to £7 per too. EBread, 2lb loa^ 5d. Meat. Mutton, hind-quarters, 6&d. per b. f to re- quarters, 5|d. Beef, 5d. to. 9d. per lb. - Veal, none in the market. . ? . Pork, 9d. to lOd. .per lb. ? V EGETTABtEa. Cabbages, 6d. to 9d. each. Turnips, 5d. per bundu Carrots, 4d. per bunch, French Beans, 5d. per lb. - Vegetable Marrows, 5d. to 8d. each. Cucumbers, 4d. to 6d. each. Onions, 4d. per lb. Potatoes, Us. 6d. per cwt, . Radishes, Id. per bunch. Fruit. . v Apples, 2d. to 4d. per lb. ~ Grapes, 3d. per lb. Peaches, 3d. to 5d. per doz. . Plums, is. to Is. 3d. per gallon. Damsons, Is. 6d. per gal'on. Nectarines, 4d. per dozen. ..Daiht Pa...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 27 January 1866

— ? ? ? ? JS» -HouovAT^rOpfmm akd Pnxa,— HiyurrriurD Heampht.— Tbe expet-Senee rf thoosands, both mt fan ?ad MTOad, h«« My ty demmwtr»ted the powei^pea Snilnli^.r^La^^i*11^ ^*Clplfi|*' '''''Tl' imCjT Ohqe- fakMea wrOa wk mte of aaj comfurt. 4hraacii gm n iBetanee of the Buflteiij to expoee hl« faiiliK 5S^5»S5SVS'SSSS22^

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WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 17. [Before Mr. R. J. Turner, S.M.] [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 27 January 1866

WSDNBSQAT, JANUAKT 17*. ^Before Mr. B. J. Turned, S.M.T T Wi»-Beating.— TAo««i K«y .was charged with beating his wife, Ann Eley on the JSrd instant. Aim Eley stated that on -the preceding evening, between 8 and 9 o'clock, her hushand abusedTher, and threatened to put her down the well^ Defendant said he would besepsrated. and allow her 10s. a week, and said he would be the death -of her. He then pushed her out of the house. He was drunk ait the time. Left the house, but returned with Mr. and lbs. Gardiner. Defendant broke dishes and destroyed other property. Had given- no cause for his ill-treatment. 1 Defendant took a tnjfa and threatened to stab Mr. Gardiner.' The defendant cross-examined witness, but did not shake her testimony. Jacob Gardiner stated that he was at de fendant's house on tiie * preceding evening. At first defendant was peaceable, but soon V; jan to curae and use bad language towuds H.wife.: He said he would be the deataw her, or she would be of hiin. SaV nothing i...

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POLICE COURT. [Before Mr. R. J. Turner, S.M.] TUESDAY, JANUARY 23. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 27 January 1866

POLICE COURT. fBefore Mr. B. J. Turner, SJL] Tqssdat, Jahoakt 23. D&xtkx axd Dkosisklt. — WSticun Ha U$y was -Aarged by Polioe-Seigeazit Saunders with being drunk and disordsoy at the Railway Station, on the 22nd. Inst. Fined 5s. Poms y. Fum. — lb. Tnrner on behalf of defendant stated that his witness could not attend. That what defendant had said to Dr. Ponham was elicited bv Dr. Ponham's conduct towards him; that he therefore hoped His Worship would take a lenient view ofthe case. Dr. Popham denied having insulted defend ant, and hoped His Worship would Inflict the highest penalty. fined 5s. and costs. Jokes v Tekloar. — Wm. H. Treloar was charged by Caroline Jones with violently assaulting and beating her on the 14th Jmmtj . . Plaintiffstated that defendant lived next to him. On Sunday, r the 14th, between 5 and 6 o'clock her ohUdren van in the back kitchen ; went out at the door when Mrs. freloar said here comes old mother Jones. Asked what have my children done amiss to...

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WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 24. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 27 January 1866

WcDKisD-fcT. Jixrcksrr 24. Mr. Bright laid on the table his. Bill to amend the Waste Lands Act of 185S, which wa*«ead» the second Heading bong fixed for WnSV. ' ? ' m ? The Hon. H. B. T. Strangways asked a leng^4T tories af questions, the purport of whkth ia indicated by the brief answer of the Cuef becretazy, which was as follows: — ' Neither the 'Gov«nment nor any ~ member of the Government has reoeived any letter from ai^y pen(« eor peseonB threatening to make an qspocore of Uie ciondubt of the Government or of any mem4er of the Government in any mstter.or ooder any «3i«aittsta&ees whatever, If demands of the writer are sot complied with.' The Chief Secretary stated that hp hoped to lay the Volunteer Bill before &e House in a wrortaTOi Mf. Jfcbttaaowfl eaqahed if the Government weakl teamaA to ara Venetian blinds to the ?uhm ftuiing an tiie North line. The Quef WwitsUij atatod that tho rmnntrnrtioTi of I carnages would not admit of Venetian ! MfeH bat^that the car...

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TUESDAY, JANUARY 23. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 27 January 1866

ToXSDIT. JlNBitT £3. Four petitions were presented— By Mr. SH^ ntn lessees of Crown lands, praying that their leases might be indnded in Schedule «f Waste Lands Amendment Bill underclass D; by Mr. Marian, boa 67 persons, praying that all whidMfarMw may be licensed and super vised ; by Mr. Goods, from superannuated* oSean, praying for the allowances doe to them; and by Sr. Bower, from 44 shipmasters a grant for o^enuMof T^bHotu A. £L inreferenoe to the sab jeefc of his motion of Friday, enquired if the Commissioner of' Crown Lands had had an interview with the boy Cogan In the gaol. Tbe Commissioner replied, that he had, and that it was evident at the echoed whence the boy came they were sot particular as to the -3ass of youths they received, fie renewed tbe assurance that the tnatter should be S* Teatigabed. Mr. Everard having asked the Chief Seere fexy whether aa additional reservoir is to be -ynstraeted at Thomdon Bark, was answered ijy theChief Secretary that the Government conte...

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LOCAL COURT—GAWLER TUESDAY, JANUARY, 23. [Before Mr. R. J. Turner, S.M.] UNSATISFIED JUDGEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 27 January 1866

LOCAL COURT— GAWLER ; Tcxsdat, Ja&MAY, S3. ' (Before Mr. B. J. Turner, S.M.J - mamoitD noanaic. . BsoWNive ▼. BbohuetvsH 16a. 3d. Mr. Lewis stated that an order was made for pay ment of oa. per week, In November last, which had not been paid, he therefore asked for an order that the defendant be imprisoned. ? Gtrderlor fourteen days Imprisonment. , 7- ..y«PM' ? ?» 19a. Mr. £RdaU enqcired if defendiuit ootdd pay 5s. per week. Defendant answered in the negative. Ordprfor payment of Ss. per week. fontntT.locAx.-i3 6s. Detedaat was not present. Order made for 5s. per fortnight. ? SSnXSSD CASBSr Bokdktcb -r Gsbuc. — J21 10s. Plaintiff stated he .bought a load of wheat, on 6th Ksrdi, 1663, 6dm defendant, 35 bushels at 3s. 6d. per busheL The wheat was stated to be clean. Found it was not so. Asked defendant to return the cheque. He would not, but agreed to make allowance for 10 lbs. wheat per bushel, but did not pay it. Never bought aqy asare wheat subsequently, Aid he would pay it...

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THURSDAY, JANUARY 25. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 27 January 1866

Tmn»D&T. Jakvast 25. . Mr'Pe^odc eAqni^ed of the Chief Secretary whatfeewures were bang taken to -insure aj supply of water to the inhabitants of Adelaide ; during the next three months. 'V The Chief Secretary stated in ' reply that j irrigation had been prohibited- waste as f; * a* possible would be pevented, and possibly the j supply would -be ahttt off during a portion of I each day. ' - ? - Mr. Qoode .moved t^iat;the correspondence on lighthouses should be printed. The Chief Secretaiy objected on the acme of expense.. The motion was cairiod by a majprity of two. The Chief Secretary, i« answer to a question : stated that tenders would sson he culci for a ( new wfng to the Government -buildings. The Commissioner of Crown Lands moved for leave to iotrodaoe a Bilt to am^ixl the laws velatlng to waste lands of the Crowu fpr mineral purposes. The motiop was carried. Leave was also granted to introduce a Bill to atnend the LuuaUos Act. . The debate on the second reading of the ...

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PARLIAMENTARY PROCEEDINGS FOR THE WEEK. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. TUESDAY, JANUARY 23. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 27 January 1866

- , '7 Tf?i- X'.§^SR&L£. f- -2H r|T !- ,«aa^.v - ^fceffanr T. ladarpreeetrtod apetatkm from ? A^»u«MinmtoairaoMtftb«^Qa3^M&^ ; -j«^Btll to-w- ; ? The Commiaaiaiwr --?PqhBc /Work* IiAhIiIi ?* flnlnnt fnmnttinhin (k aiiwilmniila aT«?^ i imil i 'ml tt^t^^iiirtilTll T The Hon. J. Mn uked if U$ da^»k?h Iwl -« temfe flnflie 18th jhaa^jr. Witt^b tothevatidityof the Laws waa.tfceonly *n? HOKni V ?«r Owmw. .; ., - .? T; , — - IM CUnMnor of Jdlilib W«hcb aud iei m iapt .jmn ot w? «ttst communication^ turringboeaTBOeired-bat hg. weuldasout. tain*. The Hon. J. Baker aaoved tfaa&i^.Oosuii Postal' Servioe «oaid be n«e aatwfantorily ^rutmrtiy^' ftMBjiiff wiqpoagBe ¥ toe Colonial -tovep!im&t^_Theatf-ttw was seoonded ; VytiieH^Ca$*ainBagot. TheCommiaBMHier : ^bii»-W0jta|Baisnitedlhftmota^ ^tofimral; kpeakgtt'haOipg aafcesaodthe Eoaie, time 1 debate waaadlpnraedtiil Thursday. ~v* .; . .' j , The 8txa£halbya aaad Mn Tramway BiB waaMied»«Baa*itiaia. .-?- - ' -

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QUACK! QUACK! QUACK! Valuating Room, Custom House. FIT I. Enter modest youth in a cold sweat accompanied by agent with a small box.) [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 27 January 1866

QUACK! QUACK! QUACK!; Vahiatmg Boom, Cudem House, FrcL ... Enter modest youth In a cold sweat aocom panied by agent with a small box.') Agent—Oh, Mr. . -Valuator, will you please value this email box for duty f Valuator — Certainly; open it, . Youtb ^with sudden burst, of hot perspiration and trepidation)— Oh, if yo i i^ease. Sir, its only a small box from fhe AldiDsa of— of— medi— v. — Oh, ah I all rigfit. don't yer know f from Doctor B. B. B. Brown, I suppose ; two pounds. Fit EL (Enter young man in hot perspiration with small box and' Agent.) Ageat— Win you valge .Hub box for me, sir. ex Coorong? - V. — Oh, yes j open it; Young man (with sudden ahiver of cold sweat) — I —ah — should like it — ah^-— not to be opened. It is only a s$ui]] box of — ah— - Yd — I see. B. B. B, again ; two poitnda. Fit in. (Enter sundry gents., gentlemen, and a lot of highly and lowly respectable people in various states of hot and cold sweat, accompanied by 4 Agents and small boxes.') Chonuof respectab...

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HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY. FRIDAY, JANUARY 19. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 27 January 1866

. fiOBSE OF ASSEMBLY. ? Ja*tia.bt19. ?' certain state-; v ^Tggfr had a-ppe*redin the oalumaflMaf j frva^e ftu^^^Sehml in . ZmIm. and proposed iotiwSotnetiieMov* j J0gnaewan- — ?? --That, is tte - opinion ot tnis ; 'Houae.the dispatch to. this province ofboys j «attf «ay«f 4kecef*ges la Great Britain is a Kiiaiuaia wreag to tiw-cdoBy; and that, if sooh £tn Ww seat. «i& the knowledge of the Aanfltaat Jihaigrstvm tort* k« is deserving M'tiLeeensureofthaa Howe.' fie iMpedtite impNt*tifln -sf crime mto the ooteny would be wmtiKmi They had already legislated for the eohnoii of tieket-of4ee.ve men. and he biped the forwarding to this colony of boys fromthe English Binges wouldbedisooa tinned. Uto.ComwBsioner of Cmre Lands said he would communicate with the Emigration Acnt«i the trigert. . It being the opinio* -f members generally that the object in vie# weald be attained Ahroagii tiie attention of Govern meat having been drawn to the sutgect* Mr. ffiyth withdrew fcjfcfta. ? ,_i * _...

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WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 24. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 27 January 1866

ffninifciT. Jimnn tt. 3Sn Bn.fi,s&r«*«T« notice the of t^O©e«»lC«il Service. The MdMhlA Irwumiw ; Oo^Mff , Sft was . jread aeooaadtime, the! third «», whr if jAa A? to* titt

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LOCAL COURT—SALISBURY. THURSDAY, JANUARY 18. [Before Mr. R. J. Turner, S.M.; Dr. Fisher, J.P.; and Mr. J. S. Turner, J.P.] [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 27 January 1866

LOCAL COURT— SAUSBUBY. TmrKSDAT, J AN0AKT 18. [Befqfe Mr. B. J. Turner, S.M.; Dr. Fishery ' JJP.; and Mr. J. S. Turner, J^.l 0*Bki*n v. Rxason. — For £17, damages far removal of fence and trespass of cattle. Thomas O'Brien, of Dry Creek, plaintiff*, deposed that he was lessee of allotment 33, of the Montague Estate; that defendant was in possession when witness obtained' his and had sinoe paid rent to witness. Plaintiff had previously been in possession -of 29 acres. There was stubble on witnesses portion, *nd a dividing plough mark. Agreement for putting up division fence produced. Defendant agreed to put up half tiie fence for O'Brien as well as his own. Purchased | materials of defendant. The fence waa tn-m- pleted and plaintiff paid his portion. Defen dant had since taken away the fence although served with a written notice not to do so. | Defendant's horse and other cattle had since trespassed. The crop waa Wheat. I the damage at J£5. ; The witness was cross-examined by Mr. i t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 3 February 1866

1 ' ' AT CCEMENT'S YABDS GAWIJ5E. ./i TO BUTCHERS; FABMEES, Also OTHEBS. FB0WLA2TD has received instruc ? tions from J. Pile, , Esq., to Sell by Auction, fls.above-^ ~ .'.'j,' SO fiead 1EEEED CATT£E* about 25 Splendid FatjOthers Dai^cattle. Knln to wimmnrKV* at. 9 n m Thursday/ Feb. 8, at 1 o'clock; ON THE PREMISES GAWLEB BITEB, &EA& DAY'S FORD. BY OBDEB OF THE TRUSTEES OF THE LATE MR. BENJ. HEASLIP. FARMING STOCK, IMPLEMENTS. &c. TWC REAPING MACHINES. 10 TONS WHEATEN HAY. PETEfi ROWLAND has 4-een in structed to' Sell by Auction, as above — . The Whole of the FARMING STOCK, IMPLEMENTS, &c~, comprising— 12 Working Bullocks and Dray ^ 3 Quiet Dairy Cows ! 7 Draught Horses and Mares, young and _ stanch I Winnowing Machine, by Adamson ! Waggon, nearly new, by Baker | Hone Dray, Dog Cart . I Set Gig Harness, silver mounted E S Single and Double Funrow Ploughs | S Sets Harrows, Scarifier I Horse Bake, H H.H. Dray and Plough Harness S Reaping Machines, by Ma...

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POLICE PROTECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 3 February 1866

TOXtlCE PROTECTION. A roBCE organized for the protection of life and' property is one which demands ' the support of ©very Iwmest man and respectable citizen. It exists for public benefit, is provided for by public funds, and cannot be salutary in its operation unless it lias the sympathy and moral - supDort of the conununity to which it is attached. Its efficient and beneficial! working, 'however, depend on the fidelity and judgment with which its functions are exercised. Authority abused ia a far- snore- snieehievoufr: subordination unrepressed, because.' it possesses greater power to inflict evil, and brings a variety of disasters in its train. The inhabitants of Gawler bate lomg desired and asked for a portion of the foot police which is. maintained from the general funds of the colony. The town s\ip has of late years increased rapidly in. the number of its habitations, yet more rapidly in its population, and, as a necea- , ? *- * . t sary consequence, matters sometimes arise fo...

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