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THE NORTHERN TERRITORY ENQUIRY. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 3 March 1866

THE NORTHERN TERRITORY i ENQUIRY. J Impobtaot matters should not be dis patched hurriedly. That Some waB not built in a day we could readily believe, even had not the world-wide dictum become strengthened in our minds. For ought we know to the contrary, Paimer ston may hereafter rival Borne, and therefore every step towards its forma tion should be taken with dignified deliberation. Hitherto the matter haa been most diligently attended to. Two years have been spent in not selecting a site. As many weeks have been required to find three men willing to investigate the history of the past ; and we understand that the most moderate calculation of the time requisite for the calculation itself is a single year. His is pretty well. There need be no fear of the streets and terraces of Palmereton being ' ran up' with such undue haste that the lives of future residents may be risked through the fragile nsiture of their structure. But what possible need can there be for such an enormous consum...

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PORT GAWLER EAST. Monday, February 26. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 3 March 1866

POBT GAWLEB EAST, Mond&t, February 26. 1 The Virginia atvnnal races came off on the 21st inst. The day was beagatifuL, and there was a pretty fair -share of visitors of both sexes present, but not so many as on fofmer occasions, nor were the races so good. The : coarse was very heavy on account of the sandy nature of the soil- The Judges- w£&e Messrs. W. McCord and J. Bradshaw, and Secretary and starter Mr. J. Saint. The start; for the first race took place about 2 o'clock p-m. Fibst Race. — For a hogskin saddle, value, JB6. Entrance, 10s. 6d. Thcfte were only two horses entered, and the running was very bad time for the first heat, 4 min. 50 sec. going a mile*. Mt. Fraalbete's Jeniiy... - ... I I Mr. Hewitt's Australian ... ... 2 2 Second Race. — For a a good saddle. En trance, 106. 6d. Mi, McCormick^ Liberty ... ... 2 l Mr. Long's Darky ? ? 2 2 Mr. Finagan's Plenipo ... 3' 3 Mr. Smith's Mack. This race was won easily Iby Liberty. TKHaJ- Racb. — A trotting match for...

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GAWLER SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 3 March 1866

sscnk 1 Never did a JBner day shine on Gawler than that which had been fixed 'for 'the^ annual 'show ' of r the Agricultural -and So^eultund:.;Soc3^i_: .It' , M Waict^ btit-untillate in^the:»ftmnoan breejse tempered the .rays of the *un. The display of fruits, considering the period of the season^ -was far beyond what could have been expected. Grapes, especially, were exhibited in' apparently limitless ? profusion, and included the choicest and noblest varieties. Ibe col lection of pears was extensive and, varied, and included varieties probably weighing li lb. each. The show of apples and of plums were also admirable. A dish of very fine blackberries induced a return, to juvenile tastes, and many present would have 'rejoiced at an opportunity of blackening their lips after the ancitentj and orthodwc fashion. ' ;'-i Among the vegetables, the onion^iwerbJ conspicuous for their excellence. There - were also some good parsnips, carrofo, : turnips, and cabbages. The poultry family were ...

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PREPARING GROUND FOR ROOT CROPS. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 3 March 1866

PREPARING GROUND FOR ROOT CROPS. The ground intended for carrots, mangolds, and other tap-rooted plants should, if possible, be prepared in the satamn, as the -addition - of dung -to tbe land an spring causes the roots to fork, and the ground to 'born qp,' if the succeeding summer should be at all dry. Very heavy crops have been got by deep cultivation of the soil in conjunction with heavy manuring. For -mangolds it is bad economy to put them upon soils only half manured. . By manure we do not mean the half-dried strawy stuff which j has been blown and kicked about the yard till ! ,most of its goocness has gone to the lour winds; and such treatment of manure, we are sorry to say, is far from uncommon in the present state 0? CtTf farming. Tbe manure should be put in the drills, when tfc? ^«nd has been brought into a fit state by two or three ptoug^S^. preferable to put all crops in drills, particularly root crops, and . to place the manure in drills ateo, as the crop derives immediat...

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

TALK OF THE 'WAGS. j : The ..talk (of the wags) is that the robberies on th$ Adelaide Park Lands are turning put to be a pretty kettle of fish ; that the newspaper correspondents are -writing, freely of ' wearing ;out ?' that it is scarcely likely so respectable and sedate a gentleman would turn out nightly in Hs own neighborhood to scare out of their wits Her Majesty's most, peaceable subjects. The farther talk is that Mr. 'Wearing owes it to' himself pubHcly to announce that he has not been out on thes^ lawless expeditions. The ialk Shib t? * ft- should l&fortu- nately occur that the insinuations of the newspapers are correct, and the Crown Solicitor should turn out to have been concerned in the late ' nocturnal alarms, there will be a good billet for somebody, since the Government will place the law matters of the country in the hands of a half-crown Solicitor rather than continue them in their present custody. The talk is that ' Miles's' proposition for a public duel bet...

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[?]umers' Column. PIGS AND PIG FARMS. No. III. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 3 March 1866

JfOTtrs Cfitat. | PIGS ANSPia FARMS. I ' No. m. * ' - We come now to feeding. . The store pig ought to be able midnfy Xo feed himself. - As weihaTe aald, tobuy him food will never p«y 'Sot since nmAer «mst hie be' starred* it i& necessary to grow hisfood, and there axe aereral cheap-crops which escactlj suit : — 1. Matse, or ^Indian Oorn .-—A« this splendiH c^eal is preU^-commonly gzown in Australia, -it is not ' ncjiMGiiy to do more than notice 'rt, observing only that in localities wluch suit it is the best paying food for pigs- aiid they grow the best meat upon it. ' 2. Chicory. — Chicory pays in esrery way, both saw and manufactured; bat it has s third use^ ior as it is an extremely difficult root to get entirely out of the ground, there is pretty generally a considerable residuum, which pigs are especially fond of, and they clear the ground while they are fattening themselves. Cliicory does best on strong loam, in whitfti soil it ought to give from 11 to 15 tons to the ...

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PARLIAMENTARY PROCEEDINGS FOR THE WEEK. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 27. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 3 March 1866

PARLIAMENTARY PROCEEDINGS FOB THE, WEEK. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. Tussday, Fsbrua&t 27. ' I . The Waste T«anda Act Amnnilina^t. Bill was readthe first time.,, - - Mr. Bright'8 Waste Lands Amendment Amendment BUI was also* read the first time. ? A motion by Mr. Baker for a committee of enquiry into the working of the .Crown T.nnHg and Immigration department, was The1 Lunatics Act AimaJmani: 'Will and Mineral Leases Bill were each -read the first tame. ' * .Leave was granted to Mr. Baker .to intro duce a Bill to n-rrif-nd the Claimants Selief Act of 1863. The Council adjourned tilll Thursday.

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PUBLIC DECORUM. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 3 March 1866

PUBLIC DECOBUM. m raE's-no& rl Sir — Ttia said that Gawler 1ms been; in a state of spasm lately, literary, eccle siastic, &c. — vide Register. If so, in what state has the Register lately been? JLsk Strangways. * JACK SMABT. A Kiw Ltxosr. — Two specimens of a £sh called the gouramie, a native of Japan, are no# at the Botanic Gardens, ainder the nurture of Br. Schomburgk. In appearance they at present resemble a prawn, bat, when, fall grown, iliey reaeh the weight of 12 lbs. and are said to be ?delicious eating. Dr. Schomburgk re ceived them from Captain Bramner, of the Clara Say era, who brought them from Mauritius. So delieate ia the fish that of 130 specimens only nine survived the voyage. The favorite food is a water |-lant abundant in Mamritika, and senna «f this plant hact c^tpSied to fte specimens in garden. -? Sows AusTJiAJLiAir Whsix. — If the wheat-prodacing capabilities of this c -lony needed a fresh affirmation it would feefound im the foUowing fact stated...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 3 March 1866

wHHfiEBPAY, march, i4. ^ eleven o'clock. * ^ AT MOUNT CRAWFOBD. FABM STOCK. ' C VOK. BEETOTJGH ia fevowd « with instructions from Robert Bankine Esq„ to ssttby Public Auction, as above — 160 Head DAIBY CATTLE, vix— Superior Dairy Coys 13 Working Bullocks . Heifers wad Steers, fit for the tatdwi R TW^ight Vipw^ - 18 Draught KUiso, from 1 to 3 years -£d Saddle 'Stare, Bony and Cotta Item Utensils Mowing Machine, Winnowing Maohine, Chaffcutter f Corn-crasher v g& Patent Cheese Presses do. Vats an&stindry Dairy Utensils K' s 0^9 1 or 2 Tip-Carts 4 Ploughs, Sets of Plough Harness l&ws, Yokes?, and 'Chains * JIM Sundries. Approved bSBs fur soma -over 4£20. Bamember — At 11 o'clock a.m. sharp* Mrs. Bemrie* ^hysicienne. ; = (FBOiiiejfBOif.) MAT be CONSULTED DAISY in HOPELESS CASKS, Medici and Sai£lcal, giten over by -Doctors as incurable. MRS- StiSHIS'S powerful, safe, and quick-coring SmsHH- Jnst as the railroad and telegraph are aheadof the old mail coaches — *re f...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 3 March 1866

; t .Phoenix Foundry, Gawler. ' ' j ' - - - ?? V Y and «lheirs to th^ 3ja^g»* Jussoateienfc «! PLOUGHS ofallkinds, HAEROWS.SCAR iFIER^PI#UGHSHAEES,HQRSE-RAKES, ?v , &0e*' '? ' '- sjw' V 'i7_ ... .'-s-.,., . {- -? -4 ? ^5 - DRA^ %AGG02^ sad 'all BOrfcs 'of Agwimlfn^J y^jSaiMflnli aw fiaSfl, flr made to order. ? '} ~'-r~ Z-. iue ^ SPRING CA3BTS* PAGNELLS, GIGS, a&cl BUGGIES. HI w v-rUi-o.*: FENCING WIRE for Sale. ?vr J MARTIN & LOUTIT, } Phoenix Foundry, Crawler. ENGINEISSS, MACHINISTS, MILLW33GHTS, C!OACH BUILDERS, Agricultural Implement Makers, - I , r: &e.,&G. - ffifiT A ~BT,TRgKP 1848-3 Machine and General Implement Manufactory. MURRAY STREET, ^A¥LEE, JO H N JONES, MACHINIST,, BliACKSSHTH, WhEESiVBI^i SICm BEGS to thank his numerous customers for -past favors, -and as lie nowdevotee 'his whole attention to the aboveEstabMshment, ^having ^relinquished his General Store,} -lie is prepared to execute orders far -^j HEAPING AND TtflNNOWING MACHI...

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SOUTH AUSTRALIAN RAILWAY. NORTH LINE. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 3 March 1866

SOt^H AUSTRAIJAH RAILWAY I XOBTB USE. ] Adelaide ? ? ? ..Departure «.M ll.«9 iSf Korth Adelaide... ? ? . u 8.04 U4» tU l^y Creek ? A......... ' ' Mt 4.M Sausbarr.. ? ? ? 8.35 i&so s.05 Smtthfldd^... ...... ...... ' . s.60 iiu 5^0 GawJesTown.-...^.... — Arrival... fit I3.U ut G»«k»Towu....: ? ...Departure -^ao1 &.«a. '? ?' % ' SgK j* i ~J 1 Ml Ksponda.. ? ? ...;Vc|tartaiti «.«o — Fr»line«. a.s« - - *M® Soseirartfay .............. w &» — Mg Crawler iy-ira.... ? ..Arrival... ®.05 - 13$ GawlerTown ? Departtrre ».\5 1.S0 Smlthtteld. ' «.so 1.4s A«n SaHsbury... ? ? ? ? ' . 9.43 2J» «.l5 Dry Creek ? ? ' 10.00 — 6.S0 KortiiAdelaide ? ' \0.16 2.31 6.4c Adelaide...... ? ...Arrival... io.as 2.40 6.Sp ITThs Sunday trains lsave Adelaide and Stations at ? a.m. on alternate Sundays.

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THE GAWLER MARKETS. Bunyip Office, Friday Evening. GRAIN, &c. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 3 March 1866

THE GAWLER MARKERS, Btotyip Office, Friday £rening, OwuN, &c. 4 Flour £19. Wheat, 6*. lOd, -aid scarce. No ladinstign to wlL Oals, 6s. j Barley, none olfeiing. Oats, do. Hay, X6 to £7 pes toa- ? Bran, Is. 6d. ? ! Pollard, Is. 9d. Bread, 2lb loaf, 5d. . I Utifi .j Mutton, hind-quarters, 6|d. p«r Ih.; ?foTO- ' qtiarters, 5jd. Beef, 5d. to. 9d. per lb. Veal, 7d. to Qd. per lb. Pork, 9d. to lOd. per lb. | Vkgetablbs. ! Cabbages, Sd. to Is. each. Turnips^ 5d. par bunch. Carrots, 4d. per bunch. Frencli Beans, 5d. per lb. Vegetable Marrows, 8d. to 1c. each. Cueumbers, ad. to fid. each. Ofiiou, 4d. par ft. Potatoes, 9a. 6d. per cwt- . Radishe»,-ld. pwr bunch. Parsky l^d. per bunch. Fauir. : . Applet 2d- par lb. Grapes lb. t fid. par das. Plnm.ls.4d.per galloa. { Dauwoas, Is. 6d.pergaflo«i Feus, Sd. per lb Figs, si to 6d. per dozen* OADtrFBOMK^ Butted 2s. 3d. per lb. 'Eggs, Is. per doi. ? ?

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JUDGES AND PRIZES. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 3 March 1866

JUBGE& AND PBIZB& ' TO THJE EDITOR. J ~6ir— rThey say that tlxe Judges 'did ??taste the wines, aad awarded the prizes ; %ut the bacon was not lasted, yet the prize was awarded. Please explain, this incoasisteney. Years, &c,, INQUISITIVE.

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MARINE PLANK, PORT MUDHOLE. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 3 March 1866

MAEINE PLANE^POET MUDHOLE,' Pfeaert— ^ Only a few members. It was notified that as the reporters were not informed of the meeting, and the Secretary waa absent, no notes should be taken. . A letter was read from a sea captain, stating the Harber Master had made use of improper w language in mooring his vessel, but the Harbor ' Master being appealed to said he was like General Wolfe, and wed Ike vernacular, su a manner mon engihatic than petite, and thnagh he did not care twopence about being promoted to be President, he felt sure he was equal tp his own particular duties, and performed than im partially. - Mr. Brown appueo-xor a paora Seebta baft fmled to.snbstawtiate his claim to tfee satisfac tionjaf the examiners,and was therefore reftued, and at the same -time ittfocaMd that ther^ werw Some who -bad somehow- got Into, the servica with far less pretensions before, him, but the Board hadiproperly resolved ta make an attempt at abolishing the present cut-throat system of balling th...

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POLICE COTTER. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 27. [Before R. J. Turner, E[?] S.M] [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 3 March 1866

POLICE COUBT. Tuesday, Fsbbuabt 27. fBefiMe Rj. Tamer. Ksai surv D e^tootbs.— IF?Qiam WtOHm* chareed . and using ah&riy* ' OS pleaded guilt}. Pined 10b. ^

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GAWLER LOCAL COURT. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 27. [Before Mr. R. J. Turner, S.M.] UNSATISFIED JUDGMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 3 March 1866

jt r ~ ! GAWLEB LOCAL COUB??. TtnsnAT, Fkbbuart 27. ^Before Mr. B. J-- Tnrner, S.M-3 - TOSHlgUP JPIKHtBNTS. Pops v. SrvxovrrcH. — His W orsftip declined , ordering defendant's committal in the absence of proof of his ability to p ay. The case might - stand over. Adjourned for a week. Shksot1 v. Watts. — The man of J5$ 27s. lOd. , An order was made for payment by' weekly i instalments of 10s. ' i PoroAw v. Mirmm. — Debt aad costs. £6 7s. . . Defendant, on being asked if be bad any proposition to make, said he did not owe the money, -and would_not pay it. Mr. BudaJJ, on behalf of defendant, stated 1 that hie had perfomai irad; for Dr. Bobbin, which was an tqiiwHitr f or plamt*#TUt «laim. K^intifT denied the performance dt the labor by defendant, and- &a latter inasted' on his former statement' ? - ( t An order iraanode for' 14 -day^ Imprison* menL ?' ^ . lammiD casss. Swank tso OnmsT,Xuiaax.--l^i^ damages. James Swaam deposed that Bamsdern had been employed by the firm to whic...

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LOCAL COURT CAUSE LIST. TUESDAY, MARCH 6. UNSATISFIED JUDGMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 3 March 1866

r. ' ? « . LOCAXr COUBT CAUSE LIST. ^ TacsnAT, Mabck 6. tusATamp jLuuiMf, Pope v. Sivkovitch Sefeksed Cask. Brown ▼. E. Martin and othera. ' POHCB CcrDBT. , | Wilkinson v. AWJl ?Smith v» Veale Police v. Clarke - . - ? - Boutall v. Kqnas. ^ * Tsubss^.t,Ma^cs.S. , i Fclii Corar. J(3|f{IDID Pearce and others r. Pitman.

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FRIDAY, MARCH 2. [Before G. Warren, Esq., J.P., and Dr. Lewis, J.P.] [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 3 March 1866

Fbtoat, Masch 2. ^Before G. Warren, Esq., J.P., and Dr. Lewis, J.P.I hTOWT — Ernst Frederick Nietmm was ehareed with being a dangerous lunatic. : Sergeant Saunders stated that ftom infor mation he received on SSmrsday, he arrested tfce prisoner, E. F. Neman, on a warrant charging him with using threatening language towards certain parties. Saw at once thatthe prisoner was a dangerous lunatic. Took Dr Po^iam to examine him that morning, when witness stated that he wished to 3n.being brought into court just now, he got the clothes lme twisted round his and it was with ^difficulty witness and the constable could overpower him, and untwist the rope. Was of opinion he was quite «Tififr to be at lares. Charles Henry Merita: deposed that on Mon day, a* dinner time, the prisoner asked witaiesa where his wife -was, and threatened to cook i both, her and witness. An hoar or tv£- alter ! he came and asked for witness, and threatened to stab him. Witness considered it sras dan ger®us f or the p...

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BOUSE OF ASSEMBLY. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 23. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 3 March 1866

HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY. j Friday, Fkbbuabt 21. j Mr. Sutherland withdrew his motion for the sum of £200 for a road through Hindmaish Valley. ~ Mr. Strangways moved — 'That in the epinion of this Houte it will be unjust to the holdeta of Northern Territory land orders if the salary of Mr. B. T. Finni» is any longer charged against the Northern Territory Fund.' After some discussion the previous question was put and passed. The Licensed Victuallers Act Amendment Bill was proceeded with and repented. The Supreme Court Bill was read the third time and passed. The Estimates were proceeded with from the line 'Additions to Government buildings' down to 'Legislature,' a postponed item, which was passed as printed. Some -progress was made with, the Civil Service Amendment BilL

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THURSDAY, MARCH 1. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 3 March 1866

Thuesdat, Mabch 1. I A petition was presented from Mount Bar ker, by Mr. Barrow, praying the Council not to pas3 the Waste Lands Act Amendment Bill 1 A Bill to .amend the Convicts Prevention ' Act was introduced* and read the first time. The Bent, and.. Assessment Kemiasion Hill was read the second time^ and passed through committee. The Civil Service Bill, the Boods Bill, and the Licensed Victualler^ Act Amendment Bill ? were each read the first time. . In reply to Mr. Elder the Commissioner of Public Works stated that the Homershaoi cor respondence would be laid bn the table. | The Claimants Act Belief Bill was read the first time. The motion of Mr. Baker on the Armrtaee correspondence was earned. The motion of Mr. Elder respecting provi-. aion for the travelling of stock was earned. The Waste Lands Act Bill wu read the second time. .

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