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WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 23. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 3 March 1866
Wn»os&ir, fmviJKi Sl~ In reply to Mr- Strangways, the 'Chifef Secretary stated that ' the ' Commission' on Northern Territory affairs wonld -sit in one of the public offices, and although special provi sion could not be made for the public, persons desirous of attending wouM not be prevented from doing so. Mr. Strangways moved that he have leave to introduce * A Bill intituled an Act to repeal Act No. 15 of 1864, intituled ' An Act to authorize the Sale of Bail w*ys.' Mr. B]iyth seconded the motion, which was carried, the i Bill being read a first time. A vote of money, was granted for carrying out the recommendation ' of the Seleet Com* ? mittee on the matter -& the Te? tree GoHy reserves. An amendment by the Hovae of Assembly on the Coiporations Amendment Bill, objected to ly tha^Council, was adhered to by the Hocae. „ The Volunteer Sill waa somewhat advanced in Committee-. ' 1 ' ' Tbe Licensed Yictu«2Iexs Bill#as read tits third time, ? * . . The reports on the Be...
TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 27. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 3 March 1866
TtnsssiAT, Fkbbttabt 27. ' ' A Bill having for its otjject the allowance of drawbacks on goods exported by way of the Kiver Murray was read the first time. The Volunteer Bill 'was proceeded' with in Committee. The report of the Committee on the Licensed Victuallers Amendment Bill was agreed to. The Lunatics Act amendment BQ1 and the Mineral Leasee were each read the third time and passed. The Civil Service Amendment Bi2£ was : passed through Committee^
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 10 March 1866
Advt. — Holloway'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 -thin affection, because they strengthen the nervou8 and the debilitated, who are much more liable to -*lus malady than ether persons. Holloway's Pills so improve the digestion, increase the action of the liver, and give activity to the bowels, that giddiness, headache, and depart as the palpitation diminshes, and. the Bufferer at once experiences the most indes cribable relief from anxiety. Holloway's Pills form the best alterative and aperient in cases of convalescence from fevers, infiama bons, neuralgic, and all chronic diseases which bam imporerished the bfakl and brain. GAWLER CLEMENT'S YARDS. ITIHE AUCTIONEER begs to intimate _L to his Friends and the Public generally, that he has made arrangements for holding Sales at the above-named Yards U'W ICE A MONTH, on...
Farmer's Column. SEED GRAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 10 March 1866
Jfanaersr -Mum& j ; , ? . SBED GBAHT. ^ ' 1 As the time for sewing our cereals is ap proaching. a wind or two on Hie subject may not be amiss. We assume. that the past and present satisfactory prices ' obtained for 'wheat and flour will create a more active enquiry for good seed wheats than usnal, and one of the first objects of an agriculturist ought always to be to obtain the best of eveijrthing, whether hones, cattle, sheep, implement^ orseeds. ,A good beast consumes no more food than a bad one; it is far better ana more satisfactory to use a first-class machine or implement; and certainly more profitable to grow superior yield ing~grain. Many may rightly say, 'Wheat is wheat;' hut what a difference does a careful practical farmer find at harvest time in the yield of grain sown in jits most suitable soiL I/et any of our new agriculturists previous to any important operation, especially such as sowing seeds, spend an hour or two with a practical friend, and enquire why he ...
Varieties. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 10 March 1866
Varieties. 'Do you see anything ridiculous in this ?wig?' asked briefless. 'Nothing but the head,' was the reply. A tailor, being reproached by a silly fellow as only the ni^th part of a man, retorted by say;i3g: 'Stall -I am better off yOUj for a fool is no part of a man at alt** A r'eep7 churchwarden, who sometimes engae*.3 in poprlar gp mes, hearing the minister use the words 'shufflle off this mortal coil,' started up, rubbed his eyes, and exclaimed, 'stoD. Eton! — ;t~s mv deaL' A teacher asked a bright little girl 'What country is opposite to us on the globe?' — 'Don't know, sir,' was the answer. 'Well, , hot,' pursued the teacher, 'if I were to bore a hole through the earth, and you were to go in at this end, where would you come out?' — 'Out of the hole, sir,' replied the papil with an air of triumph. 2 An old woman received a letter through the post-offite. Xot knowing how to read, and being anxious to know the contents, supposing ? it to l-3 frorr^ one of her absent sons, s...
Port's Corner. HIS FATHER'S JOY. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 10 March 1866
port's Corner. I [?] Lullaby, oh lullaby ? llnislleard a&fiierc^, Lullaby, oh lullaby! _ The brat will never shut an eye; Hither come some power divine! . ' Close his tids or open mine! ? * LnOai^ oh, Mla^ r j What the dickens makes him cry! ? Lullaby, eh, lullaby! Sii&liest^ linmdariilif, Why are not the sons of eaxfh . Blind like puppies from theirlMrQi? Lullaby, -ob, lullaby! Tints I heard a father cry; Lullaby, oh, lullaby! Mary you must come aadtry! Hush, oh hush, for mercy's sake! '316 more I sing, the more you wake. Lullaby, oh, lullaby! Fie, yon little creature, fie! Lul'aby, oh, lulUtby! Is no poppy-syrup nigh? 'Give him some, or give him all, I san nodding to his fall! | LuPaby, oh, lullaby! Two such nights, and I shn.ll die! Xullaby, oh, lullaby! , He'll be braised and so shall It — How can I from bed-poets peep, 'When Fm walking in my Bleep! Lullaby, oh, lullaby! Sleep his very looks deny— Lullaby, oh, lullaby; Nature soon will stupjfy My nerves relax, my...
SOUTH AUSTRALIAN RAILWAY. NORTH LINE. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 10 March 1866
fimTTH AT^RjfcT.Ta^ -t ^ TT WA Y. - , '- I ?' KOBTH 1JHE. ' 1 Adelaide ? ? .Departure s.eo lUs i cso KoriQiAdBljide. ........... ?' : «.04 11.43 4^4 Dnr^-eA... ? .....J... ' ^ '8.20 — 4L6e Salisbury ? i. ........ ' 8^5 12.20 -6. 6 gmlthfleld.....-...:...-...^ ' ' . 8.50 12.35 sjo GawlerTown. ? ? ? ? ? Arrival... 9.10 12.55 5.40 GawierTown ? ? ? Departure 9^0 s^o Bosewortby ? ? «.«5 ' — 5.15 Freclirig- ? ? ? ? ' . 10.15 — ejts Kapunda......^*.. ....... Arrival... 10.45 — 7.1s Kapunda ? ? Departure] 8.00 . — 1. 450 --SJ3D . j -6105 Jtoseworthy — ? 8.'*8 r — i. S,i8i Gawler Town.. ? .....Arrivnl... — 1 l'WS ? ?Gawler Town.... ....... ;.D«jiarture A15 - 3^39 I 6.4s ? ? ? ... . J9.30 1.J5 I 6,00 Salisbury... ? ' 9.« 2.00 1 6A5 Dry Creek ? ? ' 10.00 - — _ ( 6.30 North Adelaide..... ? ' ' 10.16 2.31 j 6.46 -Adelaide.-. ? ..Anival... 10.25 2.40 , 6.55 The Sunday trains leave Adelaide mil Kapunda ' SfatHnnw -m altematj S»,T,dnyB i ®|e §uujij. GAWLER-. SATURDAY, MARCH. 10, 1866.
CORONER'S INQUEST. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 10 March 1866
CORONER'S INQUEST. On the 3rd March, an inquest was held at Lindfield, near Williamstown, on the body of Charles Smith, , who died from taVincr laudanum. Mr. E. J. Turner, S.M.. presided. The Jury consisted of IS Jurors, of whom Mr. John Warren, of Springfield, was chosen Foreman. Elizabeth Smith, wife of the deceased, stated that he was 46 years of age. He left his house on Thursday mornirg, 1st March, about 8 o'clock. Deponent came home about 6 o'clock the same evening, and found him on the bed, apparently asleep. Tried to wake him, but could not. Then left the house to do the milking. About half-past 7 again tried to wake him, but could not. There was laudanum in the house. Did not know how much. Went to look for it to put some to the child's tea, and could not find it. Went to Mr. Chap man, who came, and afterwards Mr. and Mrs. Coleman came. Told them of the lanflannm being missing. Dr. Eichter was then sent for. Next day deponent found fee laudanum-bottle in the garden empty. H...
A SUBSTITUTE FOE A LEADER. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 10 March 1866
A SUBSTITUTE FOE A LEADER. The indisposition of the Editor must bet our apology for substituting a few com ments and notes for that portion of our paper which many people seldom read, and the ladies never. And ;first 'we have to note with satis faetion that the Auburn ShW was of ; a most commendable kind, and greatly to the eredit of that thriving locality. The articles exhibited, whether the worts of nature or art, were all of superior character : so that Gawler -and Kapunda I will have to look to their laurels in all 1866. The weather was very agreeable, and the company numerous and agreeable too. About 50 visitors sat down to the dinner, which passed off creditably. The wheat gaining the first prize weighed 65£ lbs per busheL This brings us to the subject of bread stuffs, and to note that wheat seems gradually tjreeping up to 8s., a good price taken there has been good farming, and it is : to be 'hoped that farmers, now they are .; strong, wffl also be merciful, and be con- j ten...
SALISBURY LOCAL COURT. FRIDAY, MARCH 2. [Before Mr. R. J. Turner, S.M.] [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 10 March 1866
SALISBURY LOCAL COURT, Friday, March 2. [Before Sir. E. J. Turner, S.M.1 Donohoe v. Wiuqis. — For -£3 3s., medical attendance. Frederick Albert Wolfgang 'Donohoe stated that he was called in on the night of the 30th May, last year, to attend defendant, whose leg was fractured. Bandaged the limb, and put on pasteboard splints,- not .having proper splints for use. Promised to attend next day, but received a message which prevented his doing so. The residence of defendant is four or five miles from Salisbnry, and ,£3 3s. is a fair charge. In answer to a question by the defendant, plaintiff stated that he had not passed the Board, but that he is a surgeon, having served as assistant-surgeon in the 7th regiment of Prussian Artillery. James Alfred Willis, brother Of defendant, stated that on the 80th May plaintiff attended defendant, and ordered him a bottle of brandy. His brother w ; sober when the fracture occurred. Went to plaintiff next morning to tell him not to come, as Dr. Fisher h...
PARLIAMENTARY PROCEEDINGS FOR THE WEEK. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. TUESDAY, MARCH 6. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 10 March 1866
PARLIAMENTARY PROCEEDINGS FOR THE WEEK. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. - Tuesday, Mabch 6. - The Select Committee's report on the Con stitution Act was brought up. Mr. Bright's Waste Lands Amendment Bill -was read the second time and passed through Committee. - In the Supreme Court Proceduro. Bill the amendments of the House of Assembly were agreed to. The Corporations Act Amendment Bill, the Payment of Troops Bill, and the Customs Act Amendment Bill were each read the first; time. Some progress, was made in the District Councils Act Amendment Bill.
POLICE COURT—GAWLER. TUESDAY, MARCH 6. [Before R. J. Turner, Esq S.M.] [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 10 March 1866
POLICE COURT — GAWLEB. 3 Tuesday, March 6. TBefote E. J. Turner, Esq- S.M ] Drunkenness. — Nicholas Bunsham, charged I with being drunk in Murray-street, pleaded [ not guilty. Constable Sunderland stated that he took the prisoner in charge at 11 o'clock the pro ceeding evening in Murray-street, He was drunk. Fined 5s. ? Poltce v. C-fcABK. — George Clark was charged with driving furiously through Murray -street on the 22nd February. . Police-constable Sunderland deposed that defendant was galloping up Murray -street ^without his hat, between 5 and G o'clock on the 22nd February. He appeared to be drunk The horse was going at about 10 miles an hour. Albert Woodman, carpenter, said he saw the defendant riding at the rate of about 9 or 10 miles an hour on the day stated. The prisoner stated he had bought some cattle that day, and was hurrying to join the person in charge of the cattle. He was at not more than six miles an hour. Fined Is., and costs 7s. Wilkinson v. Abell. — William Abed...
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 7. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 10 March 1866
Wednesday, Mabch 7. j Hie Licensed Victuallers Act was read secondtime. The Civil Service Amendment Bill was read the second time. The Waste Lands Amendment Act Amend- , ment Bill was read the third time and passed. The Mineral Leases Bill passed the second reading and through Committee. The Convicts Act Amendment Bill was read the first tame.
THURSDAY, MARCH 8. FULL JURISDICTION. [Before Messrs. Turner, S.M., Dr. Nott J.P. and J. Pile, J.P.] [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 10 March 1866
Thursday, March 8. FULL JURISDICTION. ^Before Messrs. Turner, S.M., Dr. Nott J.F. and J. Pile, J.P.J Pearce, 'Wincey, & Co.. v. Pitohan. — For JB20 12s. 4d., balance due on bill of exchange. The case was adjourned till Tuesday next, on the application of Mr. Turner. The fall court will sit on Tuesday, to hear the ease. Mastin v. H. Deae. — Interpleader sum mons to try the right to four bullocks, dr&y, &c., seized by the Bailiff of the court nnder an execution in =n action. Dean v. Brophy. Mr. Turner for plaintiff, Mr. Eudall for defendant. John Martin stated that he was ostler at the Commercial Hotel; that he had from time since October last advanced money to Andrew Brophy amounting in all to .£30, the last amount a cheque for JE10. B -ophy then sold me the bullocks, &c., about 9th February, went the same day to the Sheaoak Log, and got possession, and on the 13th February, let them on hire to Patrick Brophy for 9s. per day, payable monthly, until the...
WHAT PEOPLE SAY. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 10 March 1866
WHAT PEOPLE SAY. People say that that much admired relish called Chow-chow is likely to rise in price. The cause of thip alteration is said to be the recent arrival of a well-known and much respected intercolonial mer chant, who is about to export largely in the above line. People also remark that J gherkins are likely to be affected in a similar manner. j People say that the races are likely to 'prove successful; that Gawler is never behindhand in sporting matters; and people hope the Adelaide division will bear this in mind next week, and that a special train would be a decided advan tage on the occasion. People say that the . Lyndoch Valley j folk have good cause for a growl at the I proposed Post-Office arrangements ; that the Postmaster-General could not have paid much attention to the matter, or he never would have made such an absurd mistake; that the affair should be thoroughly looked into, as it is one of grea.t importance; and that the very efficient way in which Mr. W. T....
GAWLER LOCAL COURT. TUESDAY, MARCH 6. [Before Mr. R. J. Turner, S.M.] [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 10 March 1866
GAWLER LOCAL COURT. ' j Tuesday, Mjlkch 6. [Before Mr. E. J. Turner, S.M.I Eeown v. MiETiN and Another. — Claim, for 16s., wages. Charles Brown deposed that he hai worked for Mir. Martin. There was no written agree ment. Mr. Eowe, the foreman, engaged with him. He had made seven pairs of wheels, and had received for five pairs at the rate of J82 8s. Received 5s. for boxine. The witness was 'cross-examined by Mr. Turner to show that the work was left incom plete. Thomas Smith was examined as to the cus tom of the trade in these matters. George Brown, father of plaintiff, said he had an agreement in writing with Mr. Martin ; his son's work was included in the arrange ment. Johll Bailey had worked with pl»irrf£ff He left his work incomplete. . Edward Martin, the defendant, said plaintofF1 was to have the same as others. £2. 14 of wheels. Told the plaintiff to fihjshT&i: . wheels, and he should be paid. The wheels were not yet finished. Plaintiff recalled — jJr. Martin was not p...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 10 March 1866
.A^^ Steam to Melbourne. TABLE to 3Ist ^B&BESsB* X MARCH. -: The;StSSMS«A axd COORONG. L I^eom Adelaide. Feoh Mslboitbnb. - Jd&nga ** Mafch 13 Coorong -* March 12 ' Cobrong ' '? 17 Aldinga **. ?-«?-,. i7 ? Aldinga -**f . . ?' 22 jCoarong** |,r ^ ; 88 ' . Cootong ' ' 27 Aldinga ' - ' i ' : ^T Aldinga ' . 81 Coowng ' r !fl The aboveSteamers cany passengers and Caiga ' ' ?-T53''. J. DARWENT/Grenfell-sfcreefc. Crawler and Willaston Races. Iff O T I C E. I LL Parties holding SUBSCBIP t\. TION-LISTSf orthe above Baces are ^ ^quested to forward them with the Amounts, j the Hon. Secretaries not later than Tues *y next, March lS. A Committee Meeting 01 be held the same evening at the Fiance Ibert Hotel, Gawler, at 8, p.HL.; when all par se interestedare requested to attend. J. FERGUSON '- 33 F. A. FOX, j^on. Sees. LYWDOCH FLOTTC 1BILL. LOUIS BETIIAQITA TAVlNG- purchased 'the above MILL and its various appliances, respectfully Vlieits a continuance -of the support- ithas so ex...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 10 March 1866
MARTIN & LOUTIT, . TXTOULD calltLe aitentionof farmers ?? and others to their Large Assortment PLOUGHS of all kinds, HARROWS, SCAR IFESRS,PLOUGHSHARES,HORSE-RAKES, &e.,&c. ? -?-? ? BRATS, IWASGI^p^ lwjiMnw^ -m Salftj tfl? madeto 1 iTjy- *': SPRING CARTS,PAGNELLS-GIGS,and ^aegBasRca^^^^wpoEffi-iib^ . MARTIN & LOUTIT, Phoenix Foundry, Gawler. ENGINEERS, MACHINISTS, MILLWRIGHTS, COACH BUILDERS, Agricultural Implement Makers, '' &C..&C, Machine and General Implement Manufactory, MURRAY STREET, GAWLER. JOHN JON.BS, Machihtst, BL&cssmxH, WHmvBKira, aexcu, TIEGS to thank Ms numerous customers -Jpr - for past favors, and as lie now devotes his whole attention to the alboveEstablishment, (having relinquished Jus General Store,) lie is prepared to execute orders for REAPING AND WINNOWING MACHINES, WAGONS, DRAYS, SPRING CARTS, NEW v PORT PAGNELLS, &c., 4a, On the shortest notice and of the beet materials v and Workmanship. N Reapi...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 10 March 1866
|lolkt5 to dtomsgoitknts. We would impress on our correspondents the desirability of sending their communications as early in the week as possible. Even when received in good time some letters are unavoidably postponed as on the present occasion, but. the chance of disappointment must of course be much greater when the communication is received late. Our adver tising friends -also will consult their own interest by sending advertisements in the gady or middle part of the week. To Otjk Readers.— We must apologise this week for the absence of oar usual leader, but we feel certain we shall be excused when : we state that the hand which should pen. it is enfeebled by sickness. The Editor of the Bunyip has been suffering throughout the week from the malady which is causing AftnirfmmiiHnTi in gf» ?many tinmw. We trtst be will shortly be able to resngie |os duties, when many little matters we axe compelled to hold over mil be attended to, t
THE GAWLER MARKETS. Bunyip Office, Friday Evening, GRAIN, &c. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 10 March 1866
THE GAWLER MARKETS. I Bunyip 'Office, Friday Evening, Gr&ix, &c. Flour .£19. | Wheat, 7s. 2d., and very scarce. No inclination i to sell. Cape Oats, 7s. 6d. Cape Barley, 5s. English do. 5s. 6d. | White Oats, for feeding purposes, 5s. | Hay, £6 to £7 per ton. Bran, Is. 6d., to Is. 8d. Pollard, Is. 9d_, to 2s. Bread, 2lb loaf, 5d. Meat. Mutton, hind-quarters, 6§d. per lb. ; fore ^uarters, 5^-d. Beef, 5d. to. 9d. per lb. Veal, 7d. to 9d. per lb. Pork, 9d. to lOd. per lb. Vegetables. Cabbages, 6d. to Is. each. Turnips, 5d. per bunch. Carrots, 4d. per bunch. French Beans, 5d. per lb. Vegetable Marrows, 8d. to Is. each. Cucumbers, 2d. to 6d. each. . Celery, 6d. to 8(1. per head. Onions, 4d. per lb. Potatoes, 8s. 6d. per cwt. Radishes, l£d. per bunch. Parsley ld. per bunch. - Fbuix. Apples, 2d. per lb. Grapes, 2d. per lb. Peaches, 4d. per do*. Plums, is. 4d. per gaBoi* Damsons, 2s. per gaitoa. Pears. 3d. per lb. Figs, 2d. per dozen. Dairy Pbodbck. Butter, 2s. 2d. per lb. Eg...