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Farmers Colunm. THE CULTIVATION OF GRASSES. NO. II. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 28 April 1866

?JMI tttr CULTrFATION-OF OBASSES. j K*^rpone interestedih cultiire must lie par-, ticulariy Po iu tlie suocess ef grasses. We do not know a subject hafiag a greater claim on the cohsideirafion of } farfliers and e^uattors. Nearly allpereuBial grasses eviocea strongdis pbsitipu^^ ;t«»dfi»cy ^^b««3rae *jtonals-^to .push up seedfleros 3»nd is neeessaiy y-e ^ grass ought to be caref ully fed off. or mowed, before tibe stem flowers. After this period ' the ; perenuial «}iaarac^er willbe soundly/established, ana less- aeucacy sui^ up ,«imuuu. . xj.»vu u» new pastures at thls age vrill be the better for a top-dressing of suili or tnate^ials ridier than the surface. Qur% permanent pasture lands are of great agricultttral importance, although they are not generally made the most of. . On most farms the manure is usually distributed over the arable land, although liiade up to a great extent from the produce of the grass lands. A paper vas read a year or two eince by Professor Cole man. London...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 28 April 1866

Bolites is (tatsjMRbnils. : Ws are modi oWiged to OBr ^orre^poe^ent at Freeling for his conununicatioii about the pi-^3d|M^-%^&inkitxszto^c^^i£SQieat pnMtc zmp«rtaxice f ei- &e coSnauas of a newspaper. iBeopie who obtain, pork that way wSUL some d^y get themselves into -a pretty 'pieMe-' : l r ? ;-: D^tts TBtnses bt Peoxx at Ltsbwch. — Mr. Eoherts'sl^ter shaHappea^Jm oarcexfeT Oss or tTfc coatribtrtiorts- --ere BecesearUy deferred. * ?' '''-i. - -- r. ,

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Varicties. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 28 April 1866

©arfefo. Wonderful Exploit. — A man running through Mb money. When is a prison door like an escaped thief ? When its bolted. The vessel' that no woman olgects to embark in. — A courtship. Asdbmcan Csjows.- — There is a large Tick between England and America. The Atlantic, When a man and woman are made one by a clergyman, the question is which is the one. Sometimes there is a long struggle between them before this matter is finally settled. How is it that a husbandman and a seam stress follow a similar occupation ? Beeause the one gathers what he sows, and the other sews what she gathers. Woman is like ivy — the more you are. ruined the closer she clings to you. Ivy Is like -woman — *.he closer it clings to you the more you are, ruined. Poor rule that -won't work both ways. . A * Oit- Weetch. — Mr. Sowarby isprevailed upon to st-and godfather to^a male infant. !Names it Gabriel. After the christening, says what fun it will be for. his godson to be called Gaby! Tt being proved on a tr...

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THE GAWLER DINNER. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 28 April 1866

? THE GAWIJSR DINNEB. | There is no credit m feeing an -old colo Tnsft jany jaoje than in being aa old anp tliiiig flsie. Men— animals most incor rectly ftnd peiversely termed djdmb— eveh things inanimate will grow old ; they obstinately 'jpessist in doing eo, and per haps they cannot 'help it. Yet there is something in connection with old , colonists, which old colonists alone can i estimate, because they alone have, experi enced it. | When the earlier colonists left the chores of Europe for this new land they \Trtually severed themselves from old iies-ir—died to all old -eonneciaons — «.nid becsune portions of the fortuitous con-' course of human atoms who form, the nucleus of a new community. After awhile, when, thejnew settlement has .become an established and civilised country — when forests ? have yielded to cities, and wildernesses to corn-fields — the permanent resident in L the new coimtry commences. ' Those among the ' original constituents of the community who have been v...

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Poet's Corner. THE BACKELOR. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 28 April 1866

? ? ? ' ' j' 1 ' . i'1 1 ? ? hachelox. ~ c~.t,;1 Ahlwho wouldnot pi^y & bachelor* s life ?. ,- r Hesleegps (s? do* oxen), Sie eats, and ha drinks, ? ' : But there's no one to care what lis suffers or : fhmta): ? - - . ? . ' .. Ooa'inffluffi he ^eate 'to, tut all she can 'say Is, 'whatwill you . have forVy our dinner to &&£ ~f ' * '?* ? ~ On&JfondaysomesIiffhtdeviataon ismade, -nrashwoman. comes for her bill to 1)8 paid. k1*tx for the outcast for all beholds dear, 'With no one to lore him, and no one to fear; Withnonethat -would mourn were he laid in the tomb-- ?? -. Except for the guinea hepaid for his room. * With no one to love, save a dog or a cat Ah, why Blithe soulwith affection forthat ? As well hug tie fish in the fathomless seas, /Lb i»B.rftgg such insensible creatures as these. . Td as lief be a baby and cling to a doll, As fcmdle a poodle 'cat, monkey, or poll; 'Tis the speech of the sowi that I long for alone, The communion of spirits akin ...

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THE SHIPS OF WAR. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 28 April 1866

THE SHIPS OF WAT? I . ? ? — I 'Coming events cast their shadows! before,** wrote Thomas Campbell. 'Al feather thrown into the . sir is sufficient ] to show which way* the wind blows,' ran j an old adage. And it is indisputable that impending events of great iui- ' portance may be surely predicated from j circumstances in themselves exceedingly trivial. Here is no doubt that Grire^b Britain SGCS ample occasion for sending] forth portions of- her fleet to ertr.se off the shores of her distant possessions, for her rulers well know that whenever she may be assailed 'by either of the great | maritime powers of the earth, the first hostile blow will be inflicted on her through those possessions. But what means will Britain possess of protecting her colonies in the event of her being engaged in. a war of any magni tude? Witfe an empire of unexampled universality, both her army and navy are inferior to those of the more formidable among her rivals. A year ago she had at the utmost 200,000 r...

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MISCELLANEOUS EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 28 April 1866

[?] artist conceived himself aggrieved, and forth with produced a sketch of his supposed re viewer engeged in a very dyspeptic -ttbood up5tV a criticism Of hifi newbobk. A cat,fin ktt^aapt- ' jilg an affectionate purr, Is savagely kicked, and the pletore is 'Further heightened with other . pleasantries. The sketch has been placed in the shop-Window near Leicester-square where - the artist made his with the objectibaablo . criticism beneath,' aud the noliets frbm Tim - Times, the Saturday Review, and other joarhal^ arranged moand i* triumph.. Crowds Of -peo- ple, we are told, block up the pavement id oAold'fhiB nefr styleof appeal against an art criticism. . . - . , . -ExTRAasbrsASV Fact. —Lteutehaht-CoIonA . W. A. IS. Wright, Royal Mariners, has been rt^ _ ijently transferred oupromotioa -from Plymouth ^ t j the division at Portsmouth, On Saturday, ^ the 30th of December, a favourite cat. was secured iu a basket and -forwarded by the 'South Devon Railway to Portsmouth, Where it w.»s...

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THE MEDICAL PROFESSION. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 28 April 1866

[?] [?] serv^cesi ^of 1 10 ^^f^sioBL ^^M^ded^g that in its ranks are , many gentlemanly, human^, md bene^al^t m^J^ut it is not i universaily so./ liere are a few whosa ! - sole objectlis inoney, aTI principle. ._Does our worthy Doctor suppose that there are not lavmen who hwe a right to ta.ke that medicine which they are :conyuiced^^ .do them good, - 'and rejedb .that which. they- arp. equally cer±am rv^ : so; iict as t6 ah^ten their departure ; or would thei'Doctor stand in the^frontand demand ail Act of' Par luiment that -should compel men, will they nil they, to . swallow large, jips.es jef _ - r rub bish because a diplomaTd pereoh says it is right ; albeit it is repugnant to com mon sense. But how acts the Doctor? By his own showing he has a case — a . serious one ; he entrusts, it to a mfidipal .. friend. The husband tells him thie next-. ... - j day that all Is right, in the face of this | our'- Doctor is applied to for mfedicine ' ' morie than onee. ' He says he 6ught to . 1 ...

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ADELAIDE RACES. THIRD DAY.—Friday, April 20. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 28 April 1866

iU)ELAiBl RACES. Third Dat. — Friday, April 20. On this day the weather was as favorable as on the preceding ones, butythe crowd had departed ; -the course Was comparatively, deserted. FIRST RACE. Ladies' Purse, 'of 40 sovs. Entrance, 4 soVs One mile; heats, Weights — 2yrs., 7st. 121bs. 6 yi6. and aged, 12st 4lbs. Mr. J. Mullins* b.h. Collingrove, 3 yite., 9st. 91bs. {Owner) ... — 113 1 Mr. O, Adcock's b.g. Laurel, 4 yrs., IQst. ISlbs. (Shugg) ... . ... 2 3 12 Mfe. G. . Bennett's brJi. ^llistdi^ 4 yrs., list 21bs. (Morrison) ... 12 2 Time, 2 miSutes. SECOND RACK. ' Jockey Club Handicap, of 10 0. One and half miles. . Nominations, with 5 sovs., March 1st,. Weights declared March 20. Accep tances, with 10 sovs, sweep, on night of general entry. Mr. Lamb's e.g. Cedric, aged, 8s t. 41bs. (Tothill) ? ? ... ... ... i Mr. R. S. LoWs b^. Cupbearer, 6 jrs_, 9st Slbs. (Morrison) ... ... ? ? 2 Mr. H. B. Hughes' b.c. Crusader, 2 yra. 5st. 4lbs. (Rowe) ? ? ? ... 9 Mr. J. Scott's br.g. Stag, 4 yr...

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KAPUNDA. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 28 April 1866

KAPUNDA. : The following are extracts of local' hews from the Ka^unda Herald of yester day : — * '' ' . Free railway passes were granted to : the members of the First Gawler Eiflpa and the Gawler Volunteers (as well as to the town volunteers) on Saturday last, for \ the purpose of visiting the Falcon and Curaooa. We should like to be informed what reason existed for drawing the line at Gawler— why volunteers further north should not have had the same privilege extended to them? Certainly no other town can show as large a proportion of volunteers as can Kapunda ; and, there fore, this praiseworthy spirit should sot be thus snubbed in this stronghold of patriotism.' [The vohmteerlsof that place appear to be annoyed at hot haying received papers to see the ships ' of war. The Volunteers of Gawler only obtained them through the exertions of one of their officers, and had those of Kapunda made the - same -effort- probably they ; would have obtained the same success. — &»- -B] At ...

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WALLAROO. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 28 April 1866

[?] ifoiiowing are extn^ta froih tbe tPallaroo TUues ;-^- : Mr- ^pn^ cHrtei*, lost a valhable horse the other day in a ^radiet singular manner. When about a mile from the township, on his way there, the horse was observed to limp, and On seeking for the cause a slight swelling was -seen on the 'near shoulder.' The swelling in creased -friih remarkable rapidity, ex tending along the horse's side. . The horse reached Wallaroo, and in a few minutes dropped down dead. It is supposed he must have been bitten by & snake. When the Lord Lyndhurst arrived in Port WaHarOo a fortnight sihfee, some doubts were expressed as to the advisa bility of -sending -such -large 'vessels to this place ; but the despatch -frith which her discharge and reloading las pro gressed speaks very favorably, both for the harbor and the 'management of all parties concerned. The Lord Lynd hurst has only been 11 .Working days alongside the jetty, during which -time she has. . . discharged S 50 tons 'of stone b...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 28 April 1866

! ? -- -i - Ibyti V^^a lodge. 1 6lot^..wb£a. Ciieket ind othe^ ? ' ^ '? v^3--.i' V£ 'V ';? v j ?-. .7 Tickets ^ ;'', '7 ;; . '''7* ' ? Timberaad^ ; ? ;; ! - (umimfiiWD spot), - ' ? HU^^Y S333SET, GAWLEE; STE£MTs£3ff M&L :'TS- ^ Hcitt STIiEET. AN Excellent Stock ; of / BALTIC .' ? DEiU^ 0BE60N/CEDAE,PALINGS, STBIKGY ^A3KK, 4bc., alwayson hand. GALTMmtH IEON of. -all. qualities Ik s.~ . Pooling, siidGalvanized Irtin GTJTTERING. Half round and OG- of all sizes,, .Down Piping . .'# ... axtd liidging constantly on hand. ^ TDoor Sashes, Architraves, Mouldings, and every article in the Building Trade. * Pencrng Ware of 'all sizes, and best quality. ; All orders notice. : . - ? e. BixoiT] 41 l: TjpiMBEE and IEON MEBCHANT I (jujjoisrrNG ow- spot) 'MURRAY STfiEET, GAWLER. - E. DIXON, MUEBAYSTBEET, GAWLEE (adjoining oujspot). MONEi TO LENB in large or small sums' for anylength of period , / - LAUD BOUGHT at Government Sales, and MONEY ADVANCED for purchase of same. SECTIONS taken up an...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 28 April 1866

7-;.-r.V.-W: ,:-A:lWin'i!1tnV«ift'art.1i ''? ? *' ?*. ,'-^V7- ? ? *«e pwainEtfupg ^ ?OOBBOITO' 'v 'Xi; M ? ' -Jax^'';/'''V. ., ? ;.?; - MARTIN & XiOu'mv i Phcemx - ---.) « ENGINEERS, MACHINISTS, MILLWRIGHTS, COACHBUILDERS, Agricultural ImplementMa&era, . &C.« &S. ' PEstaht^swbp 1848.3 MachineandGeneral Implement ' Mn^fairy, .: MUE^AY StIiIbET, GAWLER. , j O H N ' J d N E S, ' ' ' , ? ?' . H&uhimkt, Blacksmith, W heslw eight, stc., BEGS to thank bis numerons customers for past favors, sand -su? he nowdevotes jJ his whole attention tothe above Establishment, (having relinquished. his Geswaal Store,) he is pcepared to erecato orders for liEAPING AND WINNOWING M3LCHXNiES, WAGONlS, DRAYS, ^ SPUING CASTS, NEW- ! WKT PAGNTBIiIS, &c^» &C-, Ota. th» shortest notice and of the best materials ? and Workmanship. Reapingand Winnowing Machines of every construction made to order. Second-hand Reaping Machines for Sale or Hire. . WILLASTON AGR...

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THE GAWLER MARKETS. Bunyip Office, Friday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 28 April 1866

THE GAWLEE MAEKETS. Bunyip Q$ce, Friday Evening, j Wheat. — We have still to report on a falling I market, the nominal price being 5s. 6d. There 1 13 veiy little coming forward at present, but for what has offered dnring the past week the above price has been obtained. We antici pate a still further deeline as soen as the farmers begin to deliver, as our price is too high to make it pay to ship from here to the other colonies, consequently sales are confined, to trade requirements. If our farmers con tinue to hold back their wheat we shall have vessels laid on from Sydney and Melbourne with Chilian and Calif ornian breadstufife, as in fact there is one expected daily from Sydney. Bran and Pollard Is. 8d. to Is. lOtL, scarce. ; Fowls* corn, 4s. 64, per bushel of 60 lbs. - ? Hay, good Wheaten, J26 10s., Oaten, £5 10s. Bread, filb loaf, 5-1. ... Meat], Mutton, liind-^uarters, 8d. per lb.; fore quarters, 7d. Beef , 63-to. 9(L per lb. Veal, 7d. to 9-Lper lb. Pork, 9d. to 10 per lb. ;. . ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 28 April 1866

?yOttfp) XDP-?n llOCpiy . I^xvIUKL «I1Q. \U«u 7! 2 H j GAWLER: SATUl^AY,i^.RIIi ^ IS®*

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SOUTH EASTERN DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 28 April 1866

SOUTH EASTERN DISTRICT. ' I The accbunts from lioUnt Gambier, | just to hati(3j are favorable as regards the I weather'' and agricultural prospects in general but.lab^r appears to be scarce: The following are extracts from the JBorde? Watch of the Slst instant : — - The Season. — -We have most refresh ing showers during the week- and the atmosphere has been miiriy warm. V e getatioH has made & fres^start, find & few more such showers will make green feed abundant. Ploughing is now gene ral; a large amount of grass land is being laid down this season, 33flglish and other grasses having come, high into favor. We -hope to be able to report well of the experiments now being made next season.. . ? scarcitjr' of laWr4 in tbe distriet tit present and we' bould easily absorb several hun dreds of the idle population of Adelaide. When will Government send lis a ship load ot immigrants? Loss of SnjsEr.-r-We learn that Mr. Clarke of Mount Schanck has had a number of sheep destro...

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GAWLER AND LYNDOCH SHOOTING MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 28 April 1866

G AWLJ^, AXD LYNDOCH * SHOfoTlKX- MATCH. ; j ? On Tuesday Jast the return match, was . fifred at the 'latter place. It will be' remembered that at tjie first match the Gawler volunteers \von by 18 points. As only seven, of the Gawler men were in attendance the match was . fired seven to seven instead of ten to ten, with the concurrence 61 the Lyndoch. men. fcTNDOCH. 200 300 400 500 yds.yds.yds. yds. Ttl. Captain Winfan ... 16 9 13 19 57 Corporal Bro2k..» ... 17 11 20 14 62 - Private Mclntyre ... 18 15 17 17 67 Johns ? 13 11 15 13 52 Lieut. Brock ... ... 16 % 11 16 47 Private Winton ... 17 6 7 ' 6 36 Springbeddj ... 15 13 20 12 59 ... . ... r. v-- ^ ,380: : QAWXBa. .. Captain Martin ... 13 li 16 ll 51 Private M. McCalhun... 18 15 19 8 60 W. Kiggs ? 19 14 17 17 67 Muller ... ... 16 13 15 18 62 Corporal D. Thomson... 15 14 21 .21 71 1 Private A. McCallum ... 17 13 14 13 57 Johnstone 16 10 18 14 58 Total ... . ..» ... ... ... 426 Giving a majority in favor of Crawler of 46 The day was f...

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GAWLER POLICE COURT. THURSDAY, APRIL 26. [Before Messrs. J. A. Buchan, J.P., and George Warren, J.P.] [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 28 April 1866

[?] . . ; tEHDBSixrr, Apsxb 26; £Befo*e ItteSgrs. J. A. Buchan, J.P., and Geotgfe 5 Warren,J.P. was . charged by -(John Biggs with, having -illegally 'deserted his service on the 21st inst, after receiving J£20 in goods and money as ai». advance V)f wages. Defendant pleadedgnilty. 1 He was sentenced to 14 days' imprisonment with, hard labor. The agreeihent'was canceled.

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GAWLER LOCAL COURT. TUESDAY, APRIL 24. [Before Messrs. R. J. Turner, S.M., and J. A. Buchan, J.P.] [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 28 April 1866

GAWLER LOCAL COURT. Tuesday, April 24. [Before Messrs. R. J. Tomer, S.M., and J. A. Buchan, J JP.l Boi&-igeb v. Mentzel. — Claim of J615 3s. 8d. , for sundry goods, including a plough. Carl G. Roediger, examined by Mr. Tiirner, deposed that on the 4th May, 1865, defendant came to witness's shop and proposed to buy some goods. Told him that he should have ? three month's credit and 10 pet cent, interest for any longer time. Defendant, among other articles, bought a plough for £b. The plough was new aud uninjured. Defendant choee his own plough, and no special warrant was given. About three weeks after defendant brought back the plough oenc ana twisted, roerasea to receive it back. Had not been paid for the plough. By Mr. Eudall— Could not swear that it was more than three days when the plough was brought back. ^Yas not aware that defendant pointed out a place where the plough had been mended and painted over. Did not tell defendant that the plough had been taken away. By Mr. ...

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LOCAL COURT CAUSE LIST. TUESDAY, MAY 1. BEFENDED CASES. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 28 April 1866

LOCAL COURT CAUSE LIST. ' Tuesday, May i. ' DEFENDED CASES; Wilcor ind vtfhOth«r Tr. Sdgfecombe. Hams v.S[^nderSon. Panche v. Barker. -

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