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TALK OF THE WAGS. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 3 February 1866

{ TALK OF THE WAGS. ' tdk (of the wags) is that Mr[ Bounsevell 's vehemence in tho cause of education is the more to be prized because i it is a matter in which he is perfectly dis- 1 interested; that in the event of the scrip-] tores being discarded, no 'better reading* j .ejxerpisp qp^ild l^ev introduced than the speech pf the hon. ^nember for. Light, as] it was rea^ in^the House of Assembly on. ?Wednraday 5 last j ^ tbat whenever thej pupils&e capable of mastering that, they j may leave school for ever and a dav : that in the debate in- question the mover and several other hon. members made the want of education . apparent in the moist energetic manner. The farther talk is that Mr. Strangways ? was unusually caus tic, considering the book referred to, when he stated that the mover 'referred to no' document of which, hon. members 1 could be supposed to have any knowledge whatever.' The talk is that the names of the three; gentlemen ' who made an excursion from Port Adelaid...

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POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, JANUARY 33. [Before Mr. R. J. Turner, S.M.] [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 3 February 1866

POLICE COURT. Tuesday, January 33. fBefore Mr. 3L J. Turner, SJtt.] Dnmnennss. — Joseph Verrg was nned as. for being drank. Ru8seu«v. AVadk.— Defendant was charged with leavinj^his mother without the means of support. He stated that he was unable to Bupport his mother, which he would most gladly do if he could. He had ten children, and his wheat crop had been a failure. No order was made. Hutchinson v. Pinter. — Defendant was charged with allowing one head of cattla to be illegally astray. Fined 5«-. an 1 costs. Friday, February 2. [Before Geo. Warren, Esq, J.P., and J. A Ruehan, Esq. J.P 3 - Drunk, and Disordekly. — A ?*.-/«*' Kroedd was. charged with being drunk and disorderly on the evening of the 1st February. Richard Sunderland, police-constable, stated that between 12 and 1 o'clock' in the morning saw defendant drunk in Murray -street. Told ' him to w quiet and go in. He went in, bat came cnS again. Mendant was making a dis turbance. He refused to leave the street. Lay down, a...

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LOCAL COURT—GAWLER. TUESDAY, JANUARY, 30. [Before Mr. R. J. Turner, S.M.] UNSATISFIED JUDGEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 3 February 1866

— I4OCAL COURT— GAWLER. Tramr, Jixvabt, 30. ? ? {Before Sir. K. J. Tuner, S.M.J unsatisfied JUDGmcNTs. ? Bvcroir v. Cats. — Order made for payment of J.08. per week. Evxrkabdt v. Fielder. — .£2 12s. Fourteen da^. imprisonment. ? - Tpxsxst v. Bbtttl*. — £8 IS*. 6d. Twenty days* iniprisoitmtol. ? * - Katnxi v. Ysaxa— -£14 15s. 10d. An order was made for payment of 4s. per week. SSFENSSD CAUSES. Bosdioib v. Niceoils. — This «m a. fkim (or £7 13s. for wheat bags. ] Carl JL Bwiigw deposed that defendant wasindeTbted to him for 58 new -bags had in De&mfc^ 1863. f^intiff^rc^o^ a-jte^eipt fortlie' bags and an engagement to retro* them filled with 'wheat. ' JohftNiekdlls.aefeaAvit, swpra,- — The signa ture -shown to witness was ast Mb. - Subse quently the witness said the signature might be his. Remembered being at Mr. Roediger's about Christmas, 1863. Received an order for the $ags «n settling Mr. Roediger's account in Junte-;i863. ' V .. ram nossvunn s»a ne^was acting as seere man'...

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A MODEL BELLE. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 10 February 1866

A MODEL BELLE. Ths daughter sits in the parlor Reclined in her easy chair, She 's dad in her silks and satins And jewels in lh--r hair. Her father goes clad in russet, And ragged and seedy at that-** His coats are out at the elbows. He wears a shocking bad hat. She lies abed in the morning Till nearly the hour of noos, Then comes down snapping and Because she was called too soon. . Her color is made of cosmetics. Though this she never will^own % Per budy'a made mostly of cotton. Her heart is made wholly of ston%. * She falls in love with a fellow Who swells with a foreign air. He marries her for her money. She marries him for his hair. One of the very best matches. Both are well matched for life~« She's got a fool for a husband, And he's got a fool for a wife.

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Poet's Corner. A TRIVIAL ACCIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 10 February 1866

ISotts (iantfr. A TRIVIAL ACCIDENT, A tum trsTHM stood in Fanny's wiQ^i She tried to pass itttironght A lot -?f boys, hard by at play. Had Fanny in their view. Her skirte she sought in vain to pxssf Those narrow bounds between ; When, lo! tha hoops escaped her drtss Of steel-ribbed oritioline 1 The little wretches rrised a shemj^ A loud and joyous noise ; They leapt aloft, and danced about. And laughed— -tho6e horrid boys ! Police, that should have been ashamed, Btood smiling on the scene, While those rude boys ' Ho, ho I' errlatmsj '' Out pops the crinoline !'

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 10 February 1866

Advt.-— Hollowat's Pills.— Palpitation 'of the heart is frequently not only felt, but heard; it prevents sleep, and begets the utmost dread of impending suffocation. These Pills are particularly recommended for removing thi3 j affection, because they strengthen tbe nervous j and the debilitated, who are much more liable | to *hls malady than other persona. Holloway's Pills so improve the digestion, increase the action of the liver, and give activity to the bowels, that giddiness, headache, and nausea depart as the palpitation diminshes, and the sufferer at once experiences the most indes cribable relief frbm anxiety. Holloway's Pills form, the best alterative and aperient in all eases of convalescence' from ferers, inflama tioos, neuralgic, and all chroiuo diensnna which

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GAWLER CORPORATION, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 31. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 10 February 1866

GAWLER CORPORATION, WSDNK8DAT, FXBKUAKT 31. Present — His Worship the Mayor in the chair, Messrs. Clement, Mold. Lontit, Deland, and Finch. The minutes of the last meeting were read and confirmed. A fine was recorded against Councillor Young for non-attendance. A letter explain ing his absence was afterwards received. A tender was read from Thomas Hutchinson, offering to provide a horse and cart at Ss. per day j the horse when not in use for the Cor poration to be used for impounding cattle. Accepted. Messrs. Deland and Jjoutit requested a week more time to bring up their report relative to the gates of the Cemetery. A letter was read from the Collector, stating that be bad paid in am item of ?£ 25 to the Bank twioe over, and requesting a cheque to reimburse him. On the motion of Councillor Loutit. seconded by Ootmcillor Finch, the request was complied with'. Councillor Finch moved that Mr. Ivdtt be written to to require him to obtain a certificate that the pegs in Calton-road recen...

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FARMER'S CLUBS. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 10 February 1866

FARMER'S CLUBS. fCOKMUNICATXD.] The mistakes mentioned in my last letter were made and are at the present time in many instances clang to with a tenacity and strength of purpose worthy of a better cause. The establishment of Farmer's Clubs having in view the sweeping away of cobwebs, the ' aggregation of many years past, is a striking sign of the times, shewing as it does that farmers themselves, some of them at least, are awakening to a sense of the false position iu which they stand. At meetings of these clnbs, | raw u, as car as my experience serves me, me one object is to lead the members to adopt an improved system of farming, to shew the grave errors of former years in incessently demanding from the same soil from 15 to 20 bushels to the acre, and to make it a duty of the members individually and collectively to remedy these mistakes as far as in their power lies. Already some persons are turning their attention to stock feeding, some who have done for two years past are quite...

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Farmers' Column. PIGS AND PIG FARMS. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 10 February 1866

garnets' €olants. PIGS AND PIG FARMS. Tkebi it no need Co say much about the profit of keeping pigs. .Every one knows that, as a matter of course, the pig is sot only, as with tbe Irishman, the ' cratur that pays the rent,' and is therefore entitled to sleep in tbe hut, have 'lashings' of potato parings, and 'clean out the pot,' but is sit over Western Europe the poor man's best resource, the creature that tarns into fat and flesh that would be otherwise lost, and having thus absorbed the refuse is at once con vertible into cash. But we very considerably doubt whether many of our agricultural readers in any of the colonies aer up to the change that has been going on for the last ten years among the British agriculturists in tne way of dealing with swine on a very large scale. The change is only about a dozen years ago. Till about 1853 it was an established rule in farming, that to rear pigs profitably it could only be done on a sm&ll scale—that is to say, that so far as the ...

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PARLIAMENTARY PROCEEDINGS FOR THE WEEK. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 6. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 10 February 1866

PAELIAMENTABY PROCEEDINGS , FOR THE WEEK. 1 '''? ' ' .* -*1 «&?' ? 1-- *3 ; . - - ..XtfGJ^ATIV E C^tUCItJ , . Tuesdat; xbbbtjai?^ 6.t ; A petitibn-wasprcsented .fi»m ,736' inhabit . tants of Port Adelaide^ praying that the ' North-parade should be handed oyer' to' the -Corporation. ' *? The Commissioner of Crown Lands brought : up a message from His Excellency that action, was already taken in the matter of the ocean mail service. The Hon. T. Magarey moved that the5* Surveyor General's report of runs be laid on the table. The Hon.* H. Ayers seconded the motion, which was carried. The Jury Bill was read the first time. The Strathalbyn and Middleton Tramway Bill was passed through Committee, and ths third reading fixed for Tuesday. ~ ? -

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GAWLER PLAINS. SMITHFIELD FARMER'S CLUB. February 5th, 1866. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 10 February 1866

f 0AWLEB PLAINS. SMITHFIELD FARMER'S CLUB. £From our own Correspondent.'! . February 5th, 1S66* On Friday evening last, the seasons series ? of lectures was opened by Mr. G. Sinclair, Vice-President. His subject being 'Geology- considered in its relation to Agriculture.'* At half-pasfe 7 p.rii., Mr. J. Smith, President, took the chair. A goodly number .of members being present, but the lecturer not having yet arrived* some routine business of the club, ftmAn» vKw»V vac l-lva ' WW vuc uvuuuawuu VJL BQ1CUU new members, and some correspondence &om T tha Light Club, the Secretary of which, not being very clear as to when the correspondence I with the -Smithfield Club should be, sent, had | accordingly sent it to the wrong place, occa sioning : the necessary - delay of waiting for I some two mouths for & reply, inasmuch as the meeting of the Smithfield Club is always i deferred over January, ! At S o'clock Mr. Sinclair entered the room, S(s and was greeted with cheers. He...

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HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 2. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 10 February 1866

HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY. Fkiuat, Fkbeuaby 2. | Petitions were presented— by the Hon. 'A. Blyth, from 762 inhabitants of Port Adelaide, praying that the North-parade be handed oyer to the Corporation ; and by Mr. Riddoch, from ; inhabitants of Adelaide and ^Mount Gambier,; praying that the mail contract relating to those; places may be cancelled. * ? T ' A vote was passed for a suni not exceeding ^£900, to extend the T head of the Semaphore jetty The salary of the Shipping-Master was in creased to the extent of ^£40 per annum.' Mr. Milne moved — ' That im. the opinion'- of this House it is desirable to pass an Act, tbiR session, removing all restrictions on distilla tion; such Act. to come into force not later than the 1st January, 1867. The ' Hon. Mr. Reynolds' moved that -the Speaker do leave the chair. On a division the motion was negatived by 14 to 11.. Mr. Sutherland asked if members interested in free distillation could vote ? The Chairman,' in reply- read the 189th Standing-Order, a...

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LOCAL COURT CAUSE LIST. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 13. UNSATISFIED JUDGMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 10 February 1866

LOCAL COURT CAUSE LIST, Tuesday, February 13. unsatisfied Judgments. Harris v. Hogan J. & G. Wilcox v. Hawkes Krutli v. Hollis defended cases. Ramsden v. Swan and others. Jones v. Odewahn Krutli v. Summertoa. _ Police Court. Hutchinson v. Fox Pitman v. McDonald.

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TALK OF THE WAGS. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 10 February 1866

TALK OF THE WAGS. The .talk (of the wags) is that the Speaker of the House of Commons appears- to be a woodqn ruler; that' the members of the , House of Assembly 'are in the pre ^ioamont of ibo jum» oick cockney, who expressed a wish that if Britannia really did ' rule the waves,' that- she would rule them a little straighter ; ? that instead of ruling straight, Mr. Kingston has got into .a straight by ruling. The farther talk is that he will assuredly kick against the action of the House in this matter, ' foot-rule' being more congenial with his constitution than constitutional ruling. The talk is that Mr. Santo's sugges tion of adjournment on account of the heat of the weather was a very rational one; that it would not have been un reasonable to have asked for a dissolution 1 of Parliament to prevent the members 'rom being individually dissolved ; that heat little short of . coals of fire must have operated to melt down Mr. Strang ways itrto a Government majority ; that such .lang...

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COMMITTEE MEETING. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 6. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 10 February 1866

COMMITTEE MMETIKO. Tuw»at, FuavAKT 6. ^ Preasut—The President (Mr. ICtcheU) in - ^ Messrs. Bobarts (Vioeftesi ' . Ri*ton (Treasurer), Lewis (Secretary), Jothsringham (Assistant flecretary), Franks, . winutes of tha preeedins meetamr I ^-**wlar,6tii Febrnaiy, 1866. j » m° of . the Gawler. Institate.-r; ~We, the undarngned aubecxibors td 'the flswlse Institute, having beeiflnf-uiBed hit at the meeting of subscriben by the j lwsidgnt nd TMn-Prcm that only tnsxn- \ te*a votes wcmld be taken, and believing that others besides members did vote, hereby request you to withhold any farther eteps in . the matter of the purchase of lor an \ Inafitate boiling, ^antil a strict soa&if be i made of the votes taken, as only bono fid* members ahooldvote. 'Signed by— n£usr Wncox, John Axmxs, . Tboxu Sautmi^ W. F. BiCKaBBS, Fbank Wmamw( John Joins, * P. Fnasnm* Wiixiui Wihcbt, £L KbdtIiI, Patbick 8uxs.'! B. E. Seuss, Mr. Hols aiquiied what the President ] considered needful to oonstitate a bon...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 10 February 1866

8atuxdayfT«l-. 10, at 2 o'clock AT TANUNDA. COLONIAL imS. VON BERTOUCH will Sell b] V« Public Auction, bj instrectkn of Un SobeU, to wind up the estate— ,7; TheWholeBulkof COLONIAL WJNES « liaiM^preparedbythelateC. A-Sobels— '2,500 Gallons Bed Wine* - ®00 - do. White do. Approved Bills at six wedss ovet £20. Wednesday, Feb. 14, at 1 o'clock, FARMING STOCK AND IMPLEMENTS. 16 WORKING BULLOCKS AND DRAY. 9 HEAVY DRAUGHT HORSES and MAKES WELL KNOWN ENTIRE HORSE FARMER 8 REAPING MACHlNES,&c. AT- MESSRS. KUNAN BROTHERS, NEAI TEMPLERS, NORTH ROAD. PETES ROWLAND has been in atriictcd to Sell bj Auction, 'as above, 01 Wednesday, February 14 — (In consequence o Dissolution^*? Partnership The Vliole of the ^FARMING STOCK and IMPLEMENTS, of Messrs. Nunan Brothers, comprising — 16 Working Bullocks and Dray 0 Heavy Draught Horses and Mares Well faaown Entire Horse ' Farmer,' 4 years 2 Breeding Sows, with Litters 9 Store Pigs, Spring Cart and Harness, nearly new S Single and Double Furrow P...

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LOCAL COURT—GAWLER. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY, 6. [Before Mr. R. J. Turner, S.M.] UNSATISFIED JUDGMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 10 February 1866

LOCAL COURT— GAWLEB. r Tuesday, Febbuaby, 6. [Before Mr. R. J. Turner, S.M.] UNSATISFIED JUDGMENTS. | Bright and Son v. Boyle. — For £5. An order was assented to for 10s. per week. DEFENDED CASES. Duffifxjd and Another v. Lamb. — £14 8s. Mr. RudaU contended that the account now rendered was not sufficient. Mr. Turner considered that all necessary' particulars were included, but at the suggestion of the Court made a slight, alteration. Mr. Ru lall objected to one item in the account, JS9 for hire.of horse, and cart, eighteen weeks, at 10s. per week and admitted the correctness of the remainder. John Mitchell, J.P. being examined by Mr. RudaU in explanation of an agreement produced, stated that orhriiiallv it was intended- that the rent of the horse and cart should operate as reducing the current account, but that the £3 was not allowed, Because defendant ai one time' -went away,- nobody knew, whither. Did not recollect teUing-.defendant that the privilege was reserved of considering ...

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GAWLER INSTITUTE. SPECIAL GENERAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 10 February 1866

[?] SPECIAL GENEBAL MEETING. Aittw g^iunl stdeoxig wtnemDen ox vdb Iiislihilti nrlr* by areolar «a- held in the jn^i^Wrildmff-onthsevsMngof ^Monday, the Mh February, for tbe purpose of deciding «n a site far the a—' 3*i.CB£XB)C4ir opened the business m the mZSLj» i«^r atatimrthe object in view in LiwVjiuI observed that novate would be ? . U i ? ? .Xu n».)u» WT4I.Q jgneinw -uwy» »w» j— -«» jr»;h.to tf« mb3 ilia list of tenders. He ^-u* itltfj ilwttliii Fnatitaita bad finds in - fa round numbers to about ' twdei imiiiiiig &om tbe Xui^ jtfr, «BA' would realise pnibiUj another jpnn - *Bifl Chairman mgedthenecessiiyof on this important occasion. A misutepassed by the Committee tvt their Itft meeting, recommending to the general fcody ftit the'new*Institateshould be in * Jlimay-atreet, ni read. ItwaB stated that ^ finmanittee had divided equally on the arigect, nx against six, and that the decision led beea arrived At by the carting vote of the Hr. D. Thomok wweatei that ground mi...

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Varieties. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 10 February 1866

Varieties. What wind should a hungry sailor wish for? —One that blows fowl and chops about. A man in one of our county jails wishes he had the small-pox, so that he could break out. What word is there of five letters, from which, if you take away two, six still remain? — Sixty. Old Brown being asked what was the first thing necessary towards winning the love of a woman, answered, 'an opportunity.' An indirect way to get a drink of -vater at is boarding-house is to ask for a third cup of tea. A Qceky fob the Calculating Machin*.— . May the person who makes one pound two a day be said to dcuble his capital. — Punch. Why is twice eleven like twice ten? — Be- cause twice eleven are twenty-two, twioe ten are twenty, too. 'Pa, they tell us about the aBgty'oceen* what makes the ocean, angry ? ' — ' Oh, it been crossed so often.' It is a sad commentary upon the course of instruction pursued in young ladies' schools, that the pupils, after leaving school, seldom know how to decline matrimony...

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POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY, 6. [Before Mr. R. J. Turner. S.M.] [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 10 February 1866

POLICE COURT. Tuesday, February, 6. - fBefore Mr. R. J. Turner, -S.M.'! Drunkenness.— Jo&a Brawn was find 5s. for being drunk. Wilkinson y. Harttg and Another. — Franz and Daniel Hart'g were charged with removing timber from Crown Lands. William Woods, ranger for Mudla Wirra, stated that on the 18th January last, he saw the defendants on the Crown Lands north of section 34. They were loading a dray with fire wood. j.1 ? i. ^1 ? 1 ? 3 ? ? A/wcuuauKi tuai mey nati no license. Mr. Rudatl cross-examined witness for the defence. Witness swore positively that defen* dahts were on waste lands of the Crown. Fined £1 and costs. Rcssuj, v. George Wade and Wit.t.tahc Wade.— ^The defendants were charged with deserting their mother and leaving her without means of support. * Both defendants pleaded guilty. Mary Wade deposed that she lives at Sandy Creek, and pays no rent, flas not received money from her sons for some time. She is destitute. Order was made for payment jointly of 8s. per ...

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