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TALK OF THE WAGS. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 31 March 1866

W WAGS. TTj ^The^talk' Chinese puzzle, the late administration,! ?which astonished the Australian colonies 'byiBticking'ti^ethfer four or five monthc^' has fallen to pieces, not from liquefaction ytf-'thte adhesive^aub8tance, whatever it was, whl^i liddl^Lem together, but from, the falling out of the corner dove tail of the cabinet, and consequent loosening of the other compartments and thorough splitting up of the ^veneer-work ; that during the extensive mastication meet ings by which Captain Hart's departure 'was' celebrated, the countenance of the - '.old salt ' was intersected by a greater number of jocular lines even than usual, indicating ; that when he. should be far | away on the brine he wobld chuckle at ? the pickle in which he left his ministerial ' coadjutors.^ The farther talk is that South Australia has to endure another infliction in the administrative line, led perhaps by Mr; 'Ayers of the Upper House, or by -Messrs. Bower, Cole, or ! ®ounaevell, of the * Lower ; ' t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 31 March 1866

Agi.g' ^ ' it:!f: - :« I?abli© Holiday-. fjPHB Pablic are requeated to bear in A laifidthatihe places ofBasinessmGaw lerwillbe€IiQSEB-on EASTER MONDAY, ? . v ?- Apritaad. - ? ~ - -v --?- - ?.?-;? . .?'? ; H. B. EUST-'E-m. Sec. A labile DiimeT TjTf-ILL be given to ftOBBRT BAN v 1 ICI3835, 3Saq.,at the VlC5X-RIA HOTEL, , ? Xvi^i«-tnntATOMl an ^lltUliSDAY, . April 5, flt fa : . nra^ginn of hlS Le&Viug.llie DiS ? i5c£ ' ' ' '' ' '/ V .t- ?, '' , , ?? Tickets may be*had of MessrsTToKn Murray, Murray VaIe; JamS ^^fcra^, TrevalejGeo. ? - WaS^ -^iH@i'-$ai3esBneUgJW^. Williams towajJohnBeimet, Jun.,South Ithiuejand ~ '.' ' JOHNWARBEN, Jun., Hon. Sec., SpringfieilicL A Bliblic Dinner ~ll f i*'Ti -be -given to the -Members for \f Stanley, Messrs. KINGSTON and BRIGHT, at tfie NOBTH STAR HOTEL, Templers, on WEDS ISSIKfiTS, the ; itii April. Several M-L.C.sv and M.P.S-, will be present. Dinner on the table at 6 o'clock. All friends are requested to attend. NOTICE. Sale at Eranston . ? - ....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 31 March 1866

y^. . Tomi&yrfowto. j ?i \' ? M| f ; Agiiculturai Implement Makers, i |-y ;? .3', JEseabi^hi»;1848.] »'?' llr.'v MachineandGeneral Implement ; ) , ?:?..? * ? - I S . MtTBB A. Y ' 1ST REE1?,- GAWLER. I , ? _ JOH.N JONES, . ' i ' Machinist, 1&Jlckshixh, WheeiiWbight, etc., . fTJEGS to thank Ms numerous customers ' bis ^wfcflle Attention to i^eaiw re^T^^shmejit {havihgtelihgt^^ prepared toi execute '.om|eies tot ? f-jJ' REAPING AND WI^OWTOGtMACHINES, I WAGONS. DRAYS, SPROfGCARTS,NEW |. ? ' ? POET PAGNELLS;&c.,&c., ? ..-. On the shortest notice andof the, best materials and Workmanship. k Reaping and Winnowing Machinesof every 1 ? * construction made to order. ''' '*' | Second-hand ReapingMachineafar Sale .or F Bite. ? - / .' '' ' I WltLASTON AGRICULTURAL IM- I ' ELEMENT MANUFACTORY. I JAMES WOODS, ? f MACHINIST, BLACKSMITH, WHEEL | ..1. ? ? .... =: W RIGHT, Ac. -?. . s I . T^EGS t»infoim*he-Fanners abound | O Gawler and Will&ston, that he has now...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 31 March 1866

Sottcfst#, fenspitatg. We axe much* obliged to ' 3&.G.' for Ins com munication but consider that the xnatrte is too much a personal one for publication in I a newspaper. Mr. Long, of Gawler River, eould scarcely expect that we would insert his exposure of bis niece's crinoline, exhibited on his own zig-zag harrow at the topX»f bis bullock-dray. We could not consent to harrow any young iroman's feelings to that extent.

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THE GAWLER MARKETS. Bunyip Office, Friday Evening. GRAIN, £c. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 31 March 1866

TffB GKWiMti MARKETS ] -*?* ? - ^ r I ? ? r-.:' ? . . -'*j t i . ! Grain, Ac. ? . :i ? Wheat 63.6d. to 6b. 7d.^— NominaL There has been but iittie doing in this article during the past week owing to the total cessation of orders fir»m the other colonies their markets bong completely glutei with Californian and Chilian breadstuff, tand -other vessels - being advertised for the Australianeoloniea from the .former plr-cs. ~ ' . ' ' ' ?; Hran r «id Pollard Is. ?i to Is. 9d- Good scarce with little enquiry. ' J per ton. 'Bread, 2lb loaf, 5d. i Meat. Mixtion, hind-quartera, per lb.; fore quarters, Sjd. Beef, 5d. to. 9d. per lb. Veal, 7d. to 9d. per lb; Pork, 3d. to lOd. per lb. Vegetabixs. Cabbages, 6d. to la. each. x - Turnips, 5d. per bunch. Carrots. 4d.'per bunch. French Beans, 5d. per lb. | Vegetable Marrows, 6d. to lOd. each.., | Cucumbers, Sd. to tfd.. eadu Celery, 6d. to Sd. per head. , Oniony 4d. per lb. Tousatos '3 per lb. Parsnips, 4d. per bunch. Potatoes, 8a. 6d. per cwt. Radis...

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Farmer's Column. ON THE MANAGEMENT OR OUR SOILS. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 7 April 1866

[?] OH THE MANAGEMEKT OR OI® J60ILB. - ? The gre^tt wre* rf «u«ic«slnlfaHninig liea in j %!«pro|*r jmwag^meBt of 'the i«»L - We do nottj theold ground, of ihe effectal --£fcirm& wrors in Austr^iab^fahxtli^^ but, if i #endetvvj ^oWin&st'Sh^^courM uT tl»'diMEStraiBiB issu«i of a ?yetematic spoliation of *be-; so8;c It tain the Ifawing «S1«& its'.own, mrta'apuptigit n^tSeses-tiiifrindivMuiih) ^ial»-i«rn»tiK^ir|th iutau«M3Kindiffier«nt A«^wre- . Aud»iu lo(^glhf--)^jth^^^^^a^^ . «o proceed. M i» curio»8!:J«|^:*he tbe4a|e.4iy. «cA^^PQIL^r^v.ci)g{».s the. Mtheartp ^qrat 1 diamcta lot whe®* ^erowjuag, iiave; tfaia yi»r : turned ouUhe .bwt. , Such aj« xaps|cof 4e £iipps Xand districts. The good effects of aum l^itdlowing, whereby at lout two ploughiugs .can he given, , bave been very apparent. The .4idnt^gration feather . *.:«»«^awi word, but xgty' expressive *»f the .meaning intended) ofthe ^al, and,|& though Juth^b Ioq&A uplpottions;# 1^' p ^'Beist a...

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Uarictics. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 7 April 1866

.r.v$Mt!ic&3 ** '' 'Notice of Motion.— A railway whistle. . Whichisihe most dishonest of the vowels? ' . — E» because It isalways ia debt. 'The rich,' said a Jew,,' eat vension be cause it ish dear j I eat mutton because it ish cheep.'* The grrlsin Connecticut* who are remarkable ' ' for 'tHfdr iixaustiy,. drink a pint of yeastlbefore jjolpgto bed of a night tomakethemrise early , in themornine. ' ~7 A baehelor the other -meaning remarked - that wives who use the needle are like the enemy spoken of in the parable — t&ew sew fares while the husbandmen sleep, i V F£r.— ' ' Pat,** fcaid a gentleman to his ser vant, in the conscription time in New York, ''what's all the' noise in the street ?' 'Oh, nothing, sir, ' they're only forcing a to 4 turn vMunteer' ~ Sir Isaac Newton's, neupbew was a elergy , man. Wheahe had performed the marriage eeremony for a couple ha. always refused the Jea, saj-ingy ' Go your ways, poor wretches, I iave done you-mischief enough already.' , ...

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THE LINDOCH [?] TO THE [?] [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 7 April 1866

inji AdL^iiuuu ji xa. [?] Sir— In yesterday s ' Mii|B r aaK^A m report of the Lyadoch ''-'rr rnm. imam, t km ofwh«^Thaing uttariy tasoReot I *£& contradict I aBsds to ths edaate safila. afedtas sfter tba wjgalar go 11 ns|g^^ is* nyc ??ma seau anyoas aa tmps - th*t if xtvum had hasu na aocWant fts'tioe would stiB have woo, and that be wsa lasidiag at the rime, j bU is altcg^bar * altmyte* sentatioa pat forward by the ''^?Tuatar rf Hector (who is a t the owasi).tt»fscJhaia - tAssss*I toiU Smith. «hA mda tba maa^ie msk^s anmiithi-ir1Hi a piss rfiti kn 11 slag Bui if be -heh)» gjihe graetcyditrither; . This he ton, whase be oould bold tba aaarssawnger, who took the lead, and wasalmoat isiag^Bate-/ kaoeked ever (mrinteutioneHy 1 knew) lya )waon craaatng the ooursa. Tbe jiiiilU's statemeat I endaa^ and no pawon aaaaniataa withtoe lad V^ltaifanhwtant doubt wswusd. 1 ?^rtmcM^tortatotlMtl da notjn fry Lyndoch for tha ahoas hit of fanastaoa. w«n knowing that hr^as not o» tba soma'a im...

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DINNER TO MR. ROBERT RANKING. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 7 April 1866

DINNE& TO MB. £OB£BT BANKING. | On . Thursday evsning Mr. Bobet Bsntina, of Mount CtarioM, was aatartsinad at a puhlte dinner st W3fiamatowa.cn oonasinn of ; his approaching departure from the district. The mdertainment was Sva in Mr. Harris's wheat store, wtkb was suitably deooiated for theoecsrion. A goodly dmipsny ?wcmblnd to da honor to the guest, including Mr. Martin, MJP^ and other gen lemen, amongst whom were Messrs. B. Fo&ttingham, B. J. Turner, S.M. G- Waoan, J.P., uid other iodividnab eftaSasnce. The chair was oecnnied hw M . V ? ? ...I XL. _U. J^S- V_ w.. simntj, wwwt wnt mm tiwi mar u/ nr. John TrestraiL The principal features of the evening were tba presentation to Mr. Bankiae of a bi*nd some and vuhiable inkstand, sad to Mrs, Baakine cf a teapot, both of whtah bore inaorip tums which ran as follows-—'* To Bobert Bankine, £aq« from a large circle of friends on his leaving the district of Mount Crawfbrd, after a residence Of 26 years* 3th April, 1866;' an...

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Poet's Corner. SENSIBLE COMPOSITORS. A FEW ERRORS OF THE PRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 7 April 1866

[?] SENSIBI^JXtttPOSITOES. A tEKSS. . «A..Sg ? .-'*&&. ..L&ii jl.i ? ?*£:. Ja : ?t yA4*a-rk « aeemMhthisvile %crid$o me, i jb*£r * , : ^?A^eft^tDoes£c^DCai9^sr^bDn%.^-- 3. ; Wi^eittl«ng toi-as *::' * &v »-v»' ^iJ-rwii-JS j « ^ffelMfttt totheprinteriand this ia how it ^S£h«$ i&c&aijagm dees myjoind haaitpofir : * toy^ha&dTguessl ?? ?'? ' - Who eia^SFwt^^^TiieiOTaSjie 'delight '? * break upon tbe sight rlm^A^Bbeal;a^it8 unto the pole, onaaypadde^Bout %.y 'I .4 ~* '., : w®Mk *4AlBwtG&nert« the^hougl&that J ma^r live ; Too. bari— as smdleththia vile-work to me. Pare se as human hearts appearto b$, -r I' ' ;5Tjtien ac| aHjti^h aBdgag. . ?, . ' To thee thenonsense oimy alter brims ?. To 4hee xry simmering plateful ever trims * iiTOthf fSes -that cannot bag. ^CjasgoWsFq mUy Paper.- -''--- ?

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SCOTCH SAWS. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 7 April 1866

SCX-TCH SAWS. Tanr Hnasr or Iswiswca. Cnma time ago, afeBowwas charged te theGtaegow Bbtioe Court, with stealiag a hecriag bps fiem a persoa In Stnckwell^treet. Affeee the Charge had been prow 'ha prindyil accnaes dsi ad dressed the .w' Deed, 8k Bsiiit*. the ansa at the tor is a gnat rogus; tbe atotU ing o* the band is nasthing to asms o* hi* tikki. He stria say sign-brod last weri^ a^d what d-ws yonr Honor thiak he did wi*r ? Magistrate 'That would be hud for sae to say.' Witness—' ?* Wed, sir, IH t^t ye. H* brought H into my sin shop, wi' my sin aaan oo't, and offered to sett me^t, as he said hi ft saH boo* mair asc to me thanoaybodr rise.' Bramaaa Tins.— Tbe late Wflltam Bind, bookseller in G-asg -w, wasexoeefingty {ftidofa j-ike, and ksriog e fair ^huaof hnavrbni.^ he was ths better able to be either the judge of or tbe occasion of it in othera. One day to aM woman from the ctachan ef Cam pas entered the shop, inquiring for ' a Testament, on a uarfr than onlhiary round tce^f One...

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GAWLER POLICE COURT. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 4. [Before J. A. Buchan, Esc. J.P.] [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 7 April 1866

GAWLEB -POMGE CGtTBT. V Wmsmur, Afpiiir 4. fBrfore J. A. Buchan. Esa. 1.P.1 Dairsxjy ysss . — Saatubi IM- wae &wd ,9s. 7d. for drunkenness en Scd AprQ. alsq^ fined 4*. 7d. for ' drankeaness on 20th February* In the latter ease the prisoner lad been ad mitted to bail on Febrtajy llth. bat did sot appear when ealled on. The above a$aoant» were the suzns that had been fovad 00 pri soner.

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THE APPROACHING RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 7 April 1866

TBS AfFBOACHINO lACBS. Tbs Amtsma Mssi iwgsf d»««atk Aa«aa- Tbs akestiaf en j-iibsifcy-,s^tfHg wa«i» Vn^e. taibs^c tajkiA. Aswageiftkr IsMs (Vp. --?# *?* bl«a agiitoA 6i(fcisjJM«oJK^sa9olti mill thlTlas llall asitUkk IMlglaiast 0 The taOewteg Mfema wsw dsstoied fun. Mr. H. G. McLeod's brJL lenjmr, ^TtS. Mr. H. B. Hugbss- b«. Oondr. * yn. Mr. H. B. B^hp'aVa CnisaSer. S jrs. Mr. P. IVaaebCS fcf. Midaigfa^ 3 yr*. Mr. H. L Bw'i lif. Biaaaa, S y*m- Mr. G. Bsaasttfrb-e. Siaglsadsr, S yrs. ionuni cot. Mr. E.KAo'klit. Sasgoll. t m, Mr. J. Wilson's VjL fifywr. aped. Mr. J. CtelandTs bri. First Flight, 2 yrs. Mr. O. Adeock's b.e. TSa tniifer. S yn. Mr. O. Adceck's brJ. Kss Fisher, 3 jxe. Mr. H. Phillip's hrk. Panic, aged. Mr. E. M. Bagefs |i. Qtm, t yrs. *ew* mtt Mr. W. Craijir* bjf. Blair Ath«3. Aged. Mr. B. S. Loiir's Kg. Cupbssrsr, 6 jys. Mr. 7. Muffins'* b!^t£e*. a«sd. Mr. VP. Crai^s b^r- Bbur Athol. aged. Mr. J. Fnoaia's br.n. Lereeao, sired. Mr. 1L S. Low's kg. Cupbearer, 6 jeass. svent...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 7 April 1866

. Mr*. JLennie, Pliysicienne. r ; (tkom zom-ov.) 1 CAY be CONSULTED DAILY in' : fll HOPELESS CASES, Medical ud 6mgie«I. given over by Doctors as incurable. ! 11B& SSSKIS'S pomiftl, safe, and quick-coring ; Remedies— .ust as the railroad and- telegraph ar. abeacl of tbe old maO coaches — are far ahead ofthe elow bungling of tbe old-school doctors, with their bleeding, blistering, mercury, and starving diet ; and no Mss ?bead of Homoeopathy, with Us huge books of shere nonsense, its worthless lolly pops and tinctnre*, and . absorb dlssallOwing of buttw and bacon, tea^cefite, beer, and wine, contrary to the Word of God, (EecAe aiasus, 11-. alcana ut-,',ruxL, v.ssjas wellas tocesaaon .senas- , MRS. BENKIE~reepectfully requests disbelievers to her Unprecedented Cures of hopeless eases, to er - quire of hundreds of tier cored patients, and thousands «f witnesses, in every district of theee colonies ? trhilt' tbe well-known flwt of her having- the most extensivt medical practice in...

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LOCAL COURT CAUSE LIST. TUESDAY, APRIL 10. Roe V. McColl. THURSDAY, APRIL 12. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 7 April 1866

LOCAL COURT CAUSE LIST. Tuesday, Awl 10. . Boe V. fteColL Tkobsoat. Aran 12. ntx JTTKissxcnoH (caamcaii). Jobn Houston (larceny), emu Fisher v. Biehardson (Jury ease). Poucz Conar. Ttj«si»at, ^ran. 19. ShnidaQ v. Jones ' Oysten t. Mowst. Batchinson v. Woods Hutchinson v. Field Basswura v. Stafford.

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TALK OF THE WIGS. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 7 April 1866

'miWpr . %V^,{bfia»Wa gs) in the ' ijbs^e^tftuimtioitm . _ in* ^[^^IBMWiy.-yWMt W-WBJWh 'g 4*w £eeh ottwi, tint the mon atrosityis df iw^ toi^niteje As to '' Tequir^ane otti^lionn to-fi^it ft°® ? ;ifcs *ktiiw in Aar more appl&lfcg_than . ifco mxpenay Adekifeiiatpftfe. 19m -SeAW^tA is'-thaiae . donbt -ma 1m ; *$ ij-y . - sretatd indi '▼fcaal. iii|1i^|iic^i:j^ff».% ** * ''?^Hm. Bonysa ? ' l*r jjlptife' to the yxlnut Sfe$tl£*i i* ito P ««aoBa»; that -hg hcconatof fbrtlHUsa \* *of. * -Sttsll^iclii^ ^ulh®ft . te Oood Friday is A &**omble spiocliiriB of its ceo^M&ioa; that aefrttihltear' n Bring fi^bt fcf some 350 hig^fiseae' suggests nnxiety as towhast had'beccHie of the : k^soo^iadoflHff eitanponentfcMtsef : tdbofl^tfclt ffcllhotlgh i-«- the pertiripetio® i - to . *wft& ' separate to 'their pretiom* oy. ments.' The farther talk is thai some cff - Jthe teacher* and children of the Hiad t marsh -square achool were very jDoderato to «kmt themselves with ^wal...

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SOUTH AUSTRALIAN RAILWAY. NORTH LINE. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 7 April 1866

SOUTH AUSTKAXIAN KAILWAY. WMMiin,- % ^c^^,............w..l-9artare s.»i Ji-*S1 AS* Sorth AdBldda. ... — ? ' - 8J»* ii.ta aso IhytJfMk:...,...'...;.... ' ' 8.20 — iis bansbory ? ;» ' &S liw g -HKWWkld..:;......r.4v.v ' s^o n W is Smewortby ? ? ' * 9.45 — V» t».i» — -? .1.45 JSapirafla ? ? .....Arrival... 10.45.1 — TJ5 ami — ijib ^reeling ? ? ? ' 8.30 — s.oi j Koseworthy ? ? ? ? . « s.*8 — 5as G *wler Town . . . .. .Arrival . . . 8.05 — 6.35 CJawlerTown..........i..De|iiartnre 91S xss 5.49 Smith tleld-. . ? ? ? ' - 9.30 1.45 s.oo Salisbury....:..... ? ? ' 9.45 3. 00 6.1s TSyXJwek....; ? ? 41 10.TO — I North Adelaide ? ' 10.1c uj e.46 Adelaide — ? ? ? .Arrival... |io.as a.40 6.W

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ASH WELL. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 7 April 1866

ASH WELL. ? (From a correspondent.) Farmers still have towgh for the rein, , and most of them have to fetch their water for all pnrpoaee, and bear with the remark that they ought to be glad they get it, and perhaps the observation under some circumstances may he rightly ap- plied, but the effect which the shortness of this necessary element has upon the cultivation of the ami is his greatest drawback In this country the vicissi tudee of tks asncdtnristB incroase more than els^whe^fe in proportion tj the ratio, of populating Eviery inch of land is b^ng surveyed aud aold in the vicinity of ^unnateSos without any respect to quality, and is being eagerly purchased by tike land-jobber and the capitalist, who have added their rackrent .at the very eutset, so that^ierfi^D«r a perpetestly pushed into the flames by the mngs ef the mcmev4snd£e. The Ashwell School examination took place _on Thursday, 29th March,' under pbe Mpemsien of the Chief Inspector, and through some untoward and adverse ...

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DINNER TO MESSRS. KINGSTON AND BRIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 7 April 1866

KINGSTON vAND-«liGHT.-- — ^ Oa Wsduseday evening, the Electors of Stanley meAat TnapHeor's Motel, to entertain i their i tepvesentatives, Masses. BSngstmt and j ThJrJwferiian waa «|pp6M«d an the lsft by MsisrtFBrij^hti M^4 Cavanagh, M.P^ end Mr. Hogarth, and on the right by Messrs. Kingston. M.P., the Hon. H. Ayers, aad the ' Hon. B. MeEUister. Apolsgisswere reed from 1 Massra. Everard, Straagwaya, and Glyde. I , 3bs vemaias of a asost admirable diaawH haeing been nmovad. the 'lbalth of the Quean' waa dhiak aad dsly honored. The ethsr cuBtomaiy loyat tsssts wMewad. lhe Vtca-CatTawiir flb. Sebwn) piopsaed thej* Governor-in-C9uefr introdncinff the tosat *-» a few laudatory lemarks,— drunk with asdjaaataou. 3Ar. Batanr, juaior, proposed the **Axmy and Navy, and the Volunteers,** which toast was rsaponded to by Mr. Kxmbsto*. The i Spaakot remarked that tin Army and Navy ! had done well whenever called an. aad he baMeved that ai tba Volunteers were of tbe Same flesh and bleod they weald ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 7 April 1866

_H-^wA*^TtotiteirrAwb Pnxa.- Heabttamd y^l^jixpedgBceof^tfitiBwdB, tx-a»t home » M-fe^«hco«fU baa, amply -U- imryDBttated the powts xux ^S'*6 remeSaTof^-, *aoYift(rtrtMwoia 1 r^Ting^lutelMt ud^aba bem^ Tties&^ SxidteoTWilft ^que^yipb life -tf«very eoaUort, throagb tbe re im^mipe ofthe anflerer tiHixposebls infirmity, placing^thiu;&e ^asch;of aUpUlnlnstmeaonsfor curing themsdves, with oat any danger, and. without the necessity .of mentionina; their mSafly to 'ahvone. The Ointment and Pflls will likewise cure bad less, jwabby rasfaes, aad those blmtebes which «ise ftum the aUsseof mercury and of other daletetionsdr^a.

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