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ANTI-SQUATTER MEETING AT SMITUFIELD. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 17 February 1866

ANTI-SQUATTER MEETING AT SMITHFIELD. A meeting of thc electors of Tntsli wu held at the Smithfield Hotel, on Monday evening f Mr. Scoular in the chair. The Chawman read a letter from Mr. Cavenagh, one of the members for the district, stating that lie was unable to attend, and that he believed his opinions on the squatting ques tion agreed with those of his constituent! generally. Mr. Clyde, the other member for the district, then addressed the meeting. He said he con sidered the smalluess of the meeting that , night proved that the constituents were satis* lied with tho course pursued by their represen tatives. He thought he did nut commit a poll, cal mistake In resigning office, and that* he was cut i tied to credit for consistency. The speaker reviewed the proceedings of Pafliuincut on the squatting question for the last few months, and argued that any concession to thc squatters wits matter not of justice, but of pure grace If the tenant of a private landlord had been unfortu nat...

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LOCAL COURT—SALISBURY. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 13. [Before Mr. R. J. Turner, S.M.: T. Aubert, Esq., J.P., and T. Hogarth, Esq., J.P.] FULL JURISDICTION (CIVIL). [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 17 February 1866

LOCAL COUKT— SALISBURY. Thursday. FnntiUAUY 15. ! [Before Mr. 11. J. Turner, S.M.; T. Aubert, Esq., J.P., and T. llogartli. Esq., J.P.] FULL JURISDICTION (CIVIL). ' . JlASTWEt.ii v. MoGowan. — Claim for JE35, damages for taking illegal possession of and sellihg or converting 20 bags wheat. Mr. Sfjott n't tided for plaintiff, and Mr. Brady for defendant. Both j 1 lin'ilf and defendant wore examined, as well as other witnesses. The case resulted in a nonsuit. CltntlKAIi. The Qcern* (on the Prosecution of tho Com missioner of . llailways) v. John Johnston. — Tho prisoner was chargcd with stealing a case of U.V.C. brandy consigned to Enoch A. Jackson from the II all way Station at Salisbury. Mr. Daly attended for the prosecution ; the prisoner was undefended. F. 1). Litchfield deposed to hav'.ng missed one ease of brandy from tho station. Witness saw the prisoner on the evening of tho 30th January crossing the lino near the station with a bluet: coat- on his arm in which there was appar...

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TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 13. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 17 February 1866

Tuesday, February 13. Hutchinson v. Fox. ? Fox was chargcd with having a cow astray. Fined us. und allowance for one witness. I'noriiY v. Connollry, Abbott, and IIeti hhay. — The defendants were charged with absenting themselves from the .service of' Andrew 1'ronliy, overseer for contractor for works near Slieoak Log. Witness stated that ho ngaged tho throo defendants with others in Adelaide. An agreement, in writing was put in aud read. Tho wages were to be fi*. per day, and after three days -is. (5.1. per day if the labor was worth t.'io increase. All went to work on Tuesday, tho 'Oth January, and continued to work — Connolley, 11 days, Aid o't eight and a quarter days, and llcrlihay eight days. Abbott complained of sickness. Yesterday defendants refused to go to work till after dinuer, and re-pin--l a settlement. They afterwards received orders for 10s. each for clothing. Settled with Abbott, and told him ho was 4s. Cd. overdrawn. Abbott said ho thought | ho should go to town, as...

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TALK OF THE WAGS. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 17 February 1866

TAT.K OF TI11S WAGS. The talk (of tho wags) iB that the report of Mr Straugwaya* serious indis position was unfounded; that it origi nated in tho fact that the fervid state of tho weather having considerably aug mented Mr. Strangways's constitutional fervor, som® .of. his friends became anxious, and on seudmg to enquire after him, received for bulletin in return, .. ' thero is no amendment that under these circumstances they very naturally inferred that the life of tho hon. member for East Adelaide must be near its termi nation. Tho farther talk is that even without any accession of his co&sti- tional malady tho fact of ' 110 amend ment' iu tho case of Mr. Strangways indicates a state of matters sufficiently ~ calamitous. Tho talk ia that tho growing practice of ' sticking-up ' by crape-masked cowards would soon cease if tlio parties assailed would stick up to their assailants ; - that it might bo advisable for a few. deter mined men with empty pockets and full holsters to d...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 17 February 1866

Botitcs to Corrcspoiiiimts. We would impress on onr correspondents the desirability of sending their com inn n k utions as early in the week as possiblo. Even when received in good timo somo letters ore unavoidably postponed as on tho present occasion, bnt the chance of disappointment must of course bo much greater when the communication is received late. Our adver tising friends 'also will consult their own Interest by sending advertisements in the oarly or middle part of tho week. Through -an unusual press of matter we an obliged to postpone the ' Farmers' Column' and several original articles. . Among the - latter aro 'Midnight Conversations' from a well-known correspondent at- tho Mudhols Those of our irionds at tho Fort who do not receivo tho ftunyip regularly hod better give their orders to Messrs. 13!akt or Young in order to secure copios.

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THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 15. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 17 February 1866

TmrnsnAY. Fkbkpaky 15. In reply to Mr. Colo, the Chief Secretary stated that the restriction of a participation of the Kraut in aid of country institutes to such as open their reading-room to the public was still adhered to. Mr. Town-end asked the Chief Secretary whether the Mineral IJeeuIatiom now in force applied to petroline and oilier oils said to have been discovered oil Kani^.-u'o.i Island. Tito Chief Secretary thought that mineral oils would be included, linf w- uul enquire into the subject. The Ibin. A. Hlyth obtained leave of absence on account of indisposition. The amendments made by thf» Legislative Council iu theStrathalbyuaud Middle toil Tram way iiiil were agreed to. The Waste Lands Amendment Bill was far ther considered in Committee. AH the clauses were agreed to. The lloti. Mr. Sir/airways moved that the first names on schedule A., Tin'inc n nil Fisher, should be struck out. Th-j motion was defeated by a majority of teu.

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WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 14. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 17 February 1866

Weonksdat. Fkiircauy 14. The Chief Secretary laid on the table a dis patch from the Northern Territory from Mr. IdcKiulay. The Hon. A. TJIyth moved for an address for provision for raisinit ihe salaries of the Station-. Musters at Salisbury aud liowden to per annum each. The motion was carried. . Thc motions of Mr. hiddoeli, in refirenceto thc mails in thc South-Eastern District, und Mr. ltouuseveH's motion, on the sale of Waste Lauds, were withdrawn. The motion of Mr. Good-\ relative to super annuated oliiccrsof the Civil St. -vice was lost. The liiil to amend the Waste Lauds Amend ment Act passed through Committee. The Licensed Victuallers Act Amendment ltitl was read the second lime and carried into Committee.

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POLICE COURT. MONDAY, FEBRUARY 12. [Before Mr. R. J. Turner. S.M.] [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 17 February 1866

POLICE COUKT. Monday, Fkiiiiuaky 12. fBefore Mr. It. J. Turner. S.M.I Lunacy. — James Crassa was brought up in custody charged by Hugh Farrell with being a dangerous lunatic. Tlio evidence of Dr. 1'ophain and other witnesses was taken, and the prisoner, whose melancholy appearance was calculated to excite sympathy, was committed to tho Lunatic Asylum. Adelaide. Dkunkennkhs. — Nicholas Johnston, charged by Const aide Mee. with having been drunk iu Murray-street on the 10th February, was dis charged with a caution, he h iving been locked up till - o'clock on Suud iy afternoon. Santnel lUylh failing to appear on liia own recognisance to a similar charge, his bail was estreated.

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LOCAL COURT—GAWLER. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY, 13. [Before Mr. R. J. Turner, S.M.] UNNATIS[?] JUD[?]MENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 17 February 1866

LOCAL COUNT— GAWLER. Tuesi-ay. I'uuiutauy, 13. flJefore Mr. li. J. Turner, S.M.'] i: n s.vn sri i:u judc m v. nts. Hakkis v. lliuiAK. — An order was made for payment -;f .v. )»?:? fortnight.. « Kj:uru v. Jloi, us. — Order imde for 2s. fid. per week, llr.st ;/aynient to Ik! made in a week. i-i:i r.xi)i:i» casks. Kamkdkn v. Swann. — 5ir. Lewis stated that this was an action tor x'A, wa;;«), and asked l'or judgment for plaintiff. Mr. Kudall appeared for defendant, and pleaded a set-oil'. Judgment for plaintiff, proceedings to be stayed to allow of a cross action for damages. Kuirri.i v. Su.'i -imnv-s. — Mr. Turner linked for ail adjournment for a week, the defendant (his client ) not being present. The plaintiff being ;dso unpreicirod, au adjournment for a week was ordered.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 24 February 1866

s lllHfi fhmfflpmdTS^^ . . J» march. . : Further partiOTUwi In future ^vertise ? g jfebouson,} f ^.- *y ,, ^LjEm»7s * y - . - CASKS ICASM! 'GASKS ! MPTy^3Hoe^aiA»^ifco.i:2 - j I fewSt^Qeorge'sSchool, Gawler. The public opening of this Building 'will take plaoe on -MONDAY SnniAg, March »5th, at S o'dock. The Uev. BAMUELGFREEN will deliTOrthe well knows fcECTURE on the ' JNGOLDSBY LEGENDS.' Hia Worship fQxe Mayor of Gawler, as visitor -jf fhe School, -will preside. The public are respectfully jaooitecl to lend their assistance, old echdlars In particular. There will be Music. Ti-Aets,.ls.6d.each. Gawler Market, March 3, 1860. HARMONIUM* FURNITURE, BOOKS. HORSES, HARNESS, MILCH COW, &c., &C. TJIIIBR ROWLAND lias received I instructions from the Rev. VV. Brown, ?who istteavinff Gawler, to Sell by Auction, to the highest ladder, in Mr. CLEMENT S STORE; on SATURDAY, MARCH SrcL, at 11 o'clock, the -whole of his Surplus Furniture, Books, &o* &c., ic., via— ? ...

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[?] [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 24 February 1866

©ariflfe. As Exaitxd fiasDiKT.— Born to H^^agai ' When is a ship like a book ?— *W^||i it ia outward bound. - A SxA-GcTi.— Aa m*gngpy»«Tmj» In the haada ol land-diai)ak . ^ t . What is that iwhic^i ixakes e^rerybod^eflk' but those w^- swallow *?* Flattery . ' ; - ^ siT Why ia the fifst chick^i of the tMSttod like the foftemasfola vees^?i 'Beeaaae tfil for ward of the main hatch. * - v ;The PABssraoa xsr Joxnei-.— It is a^wis* joke in#»ed that knows its' own father^ 'I i£n to bear a child cry,' jecocely s«td ' the Abbe lioruid. 'WhyP' ' Because theit there is «ae hope of hia being sent sway.' A 'poor gardener, ton . being asked what felicity pipiint, said he -did sot know, but ha .believed itwae :a btdbous root. ? Geokos Col*as' being once efked if ha knew ' 1'beodore Hook? _'01v, y^- 'Cwas the reply, 'Hook and I (fiye^ate -dd associates.*1 'You*V* a Very striking conitG &mve.' as the 'donkey'- said to the -eiephaB-j «rh«a he hi% him over the hack with his trunk. / ' What/!, ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 24 February 1866

DEA97H. '' PMcINTT&E— At ;ty*do-* , yalleyf on the wh February, Mr. Jc^m Hcui^tq. Chairman of 3»roesa East District Oooaci], aged 52. m^ch and deeply regretted. ®|eJ|M5ip. ; QAWIiEK: SATURDAY, FEB. 24, 1866.

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[?] WOULD [?] TO [?] [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 24 February 1866

[?] [?] ^ v 'vs . Would|ft'4jw Kkefoirf^f ; l ' &er eyes art* Mw(c«3Wtii knddaaetiing 3n ' jf' - ~ Tift nsrin^ng ^rarn ' . - Wouldn^t you -Jiketo l^oW^' :B^Iq«^siBd,«adiindy wet Xafe rtpta fcic^ey-blqw^ ^ .'*' Whatl6¥ar«ps ; Those dewy Hps?— Would n'tyon.Bke to kno# # ^^^ngora'Me lfl:e ? i; ? Whose hand Hwy^KM* . - ^ ' Wittei«ad ?oaresa-*- ^.Wouldn$VduJilM,loliow? - i. . yal .. | Her foot^s tanall, andha4 a fatt Like snowflakee^On tK^shoWv ? ^Benoft 'ir' Would n't you like to knowf . - - --' She has a name; the sweetest aafllh i That language can bestow; ^Twoald break thfe spell If I would tell, — ^ ? Would n't you like to know F -

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FOOTPADS AND THE POLICE. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 24 February 1866

totxais. We iklw*y8 dLbw to witK tje g«a«Ban» nrf iie public p«ace, and do ?o, i»»efcreat^^«ii 'too *ar&8 ?-SE Ifegil ^^ortty. la W« ino^e tlum one© bo^V.1«9tiinQnj^ ^ffeetiyenoss and j»o^d ^ndnct^ o^ jwiaft police force, «n4»few Wfc©k» tmm'yfe: congratulated tbe oQ^ont^ iow&K^- of hairier oil ;lara^|»a i^: lengtbpeatnitted to steKre IwMt wMeb ftat fon« is ist^led to -4 ? ^t«aiiiot, Jioww%r^^^ befiftiiig tfot -mtbout great - retMM^e^- ^n ^ parfc of the ^ublic^ tti« a»ief8d5f imdperronal^aiftr^&9 ; the so^e^fi^e of Addwd^^uld not have beeitts perpetrated TBTith imjptmity. Wben yeftr after year ; in- Jfew South Walea gangs of poWerful, welkmouxrted, «iid well-armed / bushrangeris 'kept: itbe i bneh of tbat colonj in a state .'of ,t«To4 aim art: without hindcance or check, the fact was attributed in part 16 ^extensive iB jtupattiy; and complicity on behalf of the ^iish popiiUtion and of a portion of the ei-riL force, and to fear, both^pertioiial and socifll^ whi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 24 February 1866

, |jlolicts to.€fti(Cspi[)tKts^i wOald impress on oari^oj1r^jo^d«mfe5 the. : ^desirability CfF sending ^6*eiif commqnicatioiis . as early T& the-Week aspc»3ble- - .Evitt'iPhfen - - .g-)pd time 8-nns ^lettfrs. ^. unavoidably jKWtponed as on the prsto t Thift the (jMUce-of drsappMntm«t~ must of course be nmeh gz^ater wh«i^e . «M«nwn'fittinn is received late.. Our a Jv*r- tirag 'ftieaids also will consult ttair^o^m i interest ^ 'Buoy o» the Bank' and. our A^weU oarl^a l^td^xt's' communicationa will appear sect'

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PARLIAMENTARY PROCEEDINGS FOR THE WEEK. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY. 20. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 24 February 1866

parliamentary proceedings FOE THE WEEK. LEGISLATIVE cbuifODS;^ :J i isnnxiao^S'mi^t^StoaMMJSOG I Tho riv t ^trr»w 3«3^wedtx3what ? ?mount of funds xemalned'avafiame for {Mure , operations in the' Northern Territory. The j Commissioner «f Public Works repiikxi ' that the aumwasabout je80,0t)0 ; A .message from, the Governor' jtunoon&d i that he had again brought the' delays of the ooean posta! service befoie the British Govern ment. ? . - .. . The veport of the Surveyor-General on South Eastern runs, correspondence relating to the Nojthem. Twritoqr, and the by-laws of . tbe Corporation ofEt^mnda were laid on the table. The correejxjndence between the Gove»- i ment and Mr. Armytage was produced on the motion -tf Mr. Banow. ' r : - | The District Councils Aet Anieadment- B31 was read the sec-m4 tia^e. ? .- The House rejected the third ameDdmeat in the; Corporations^ Act Amendment Bill made by the House of Assembly. - ' ' The Jury Bill iaras rfead the third time and passed. :

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Farmers' Column. PIGS AND PIG FARMS. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 24 February 1866

^armtts' Celttmit. PIGS AND PIG FARMS. ~ I 1 No l. — The Chines pijr we ppt at on'o^ odt of the field; -exnept- for Aose that have pletiiv of j spare milk, refuse of cabbages, and such like, j and live closejto the markets^ This four-legged \ cotjpatriDts. upon next to nothing, but. unlike j them, gets disgustingly fat.' He runs at Once ! into najrty f&t, with verv little fl^sh./jCiXd s« a j share pig .i^ valueless. Before getting on to Ho. - 2, we will just have a look at the rules by which . the' otfie? breeds- will have to be selected. In Britain, now. these are thrt-e distinct, varieties; pr kinds of animals ~ the large ' .Iphd,- «h'e* rniiddlitt|pcI»ott,Hiand' the HlifMlL. '/It—depends entirely upon the' locality whieh nT- tife ?Aree is to be bred.. To .begin.. Near the large twirns' the latge kind are -out of the . markets. , The change in this respe& i&renurkafclct. Twenty, years ago,.. the London- market «aat overloaded' with huge . beasts, half. fat....

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HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 16. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 24 February 1866

^aoi^oRA®iiaK^i^3T ... [?] feSiect that he (Mr. C^lin) had been bought by the Government. ? The Hon. 'H: B- T. Stnung^aj^ for^t' wnat words he used, but whatever they w«Te he did not intend to charge Mr. Coglin with reeeiviBg ^pectuiiatT eonsideKataoiu ^ ... ' , Mr. Snuidrland asked what coarse the Government intended to pursue in refer^iiee i to the Central Koad Board, i The Treasurer suggested that the motion sh-*&M be brft^tina more de&oite form. A motion.bjCMr. FvUerfoB arej^xn xcUtmg to the ^diooaw «per^U i . ^^'Cgjjtin jpoTed ior an .address pra^yin^ TQr%n^uiry.i^k» thf workii^j.of. the *DastiLtute ' Bo&^huteubeeqTCntlyinthdrew^t.^.. *r - Mti ^oode ^noved for provision to the ccronV 12e. for Repaying to owners of stQam-' eflfea^ed in - preventing wumgistf^/aTOisC atmaadm g* N egatirad: i-y ?ca«ting!iis-te & Speaker. - ? ? ?. . /Sivt'.--: s.-r ' i^sme pwsigresS made With. Mr. Bright'e WasteLands BilL .. ; /? The* Bouse went into Committee Ml the ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 24 February 1866

Akotheb Grpim Keep — An auriferous rftif of quartz of -*re\t promise has been discovered about 15 miles from Nairner ? Theft tx Gvwr.EB, — Two bushmen named Angas , M eLpod jind 'William Williams joined company on. the road to Gawler on Sunday 'la«t, and .took ud. their quarters oh arrival, Blr^ Blake's Prince Albert Hotel. .. McLeotT had l a pocket-book contain i n-;/ _£^ 142^ in oheques and orders. Williams was aware of the content*. . , On . going . .to bed IVlcteod placed_Vts coat, wnict contained the pocket-boojc , ,on ,;tbe. . b^po^t . In tiie jnorniflg; . 1 proceeded jto^ Wiili^WfA^beq enquired,: ^ f ^ Ko&it' -^ytrnng v o^fT fty Wuliamg replied in the ( n?^t^ej, ^nd uritbo Htemtnining bmoW^coaty obsery^ 'mine is Wssing, too.' McLeod -ia. formed Bfr.Blake of -the matter. Sub sequently Williams told him be tbonj;bt the pocket-book would be found in £he yard, and was the case. When found and handed to its owperuthe pocket-book yrpxt empty. Williams has since been apprehe...

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TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 20. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 24 February 1866

Tuxsday, Fsbbuabt 20. 1 * - The Hon. H. B. T. Strangways asked several rtions of the Chief Secretary relating to Finniss's voyage from the Northern, Terri- tory to Timor, and also as to the course which the Government intended' to pursue, v-0 -' V The^ Lioensed Victuallers Act Amendment 'Bill passed through Committee. - ;?? .Several new clauses were; inserted in the iSoprem& Cpurt 'BilL ; The Mineral Lease Bill was read the second time isjia passed through Committee. : r The Volunteer Bill was read the second ^me, aad.passed into Committee, l' Jl^tjsXmiatioa Act ? Amendment Bill was read : Cfert^^amendmehts made by the Council in the F^ciug Act were iftgreed to. ? '

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