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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 2 April 1864

1IRA01I1RHIBEL CASE!!! DR. POPHAM v THE GAWLER BUNTIPll! DAMAGES LAID AT £500!!! The readers of the Bunyi-p will assuredly not expect from us a report of a case bordering closely on the character of a farce in the usually dry legal style of re porting, any more than we should expect to see them solemn at the representation of a comedy, or serious when witnessing the antics of a party-colored harlequin. In taking up the pen for this duty we felt characteristic motto — that of our own Society would have been expressive enough, but would have been tautologous, Shakspere's ' Much ado about Nothing ' would not have been sufficiently expressive of the humbug and the sophistry and silli ness marking the case, which might perhaps be concisely represented in the words 'Stuff! Puff!! Muff!!!' Leaving this point, however, to each reader's taste and discernment, we proceed to mention that, in order to secure as ample and accurate a report of this very singular case as possible, we attended Dr. ...

Publication Title: Bunyip
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 2 April 1864

AUCTION (ittVLER MONTHLVJSME I1DS. NEXT SALE, THIS DAY, APRIL 2, 1864. SADDLE & HABNESS HORSES BULLOCKS & DRAYS. IIICHCOWS, STIRS, MTfflll, .ENTIBE HORSE '*OB ROY,' XfTTU THE USUAL MISCELLANEOUS LOTS. ;Ii is requested that all parties having Stock or Implements to dispose of at these ;Sales, which take place the first SATUR DAY in each month, will give one -week's notice, either to the Auctioneer, or Mr. E. CLEMENT, Gawler Arms, that they .may he fully advertised. PETER ROWLAND, Auctioneer SADDLER X. HARNESS MAKER, MUBRAY-STREET, GAW1ER, XN returning thanks for the libera patronage which he has received for ?the last six years in Gawler, begs to inform his Friends and the Public in general that he continues to keep on hand a constant supply of £lL0&UllSiDDLIRl of all kinds, at Adelaide Prices, also every article of the trade. Horses care fuUv measured and neatly fitted. A Consignment of NEW GOODS, consisting of SADDLES, BRIDLES, 'WHIPS, SPURS, «fec., &amp...

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DIERY OF A LATE PERLEESEMAN. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 7 May 1864

IHERY OF A LATE PERLEESE MAN. listen to my short narrashun, How a gent Tent out Ton day Tor hit inn'out reereashun And Tofuliy did get astray r Fr©m a Col*ny, Sidney higbt, Fam*d for norringei and1 sedar; Com'd a core to Bee and rite [ Oar Tays and manners in a leaderr i He, hit bigness understanding, Titn the fare seeks did begin? And, directly on his landing, Asks w if Mrs. Hbbbs » in.* She tos proud at nis- perliteaessr Eurcbied low, and thus did say, Tith a look of pteesing kindness, M Vote your berrant 'ere, I pray f* Tmi stranger, nollidge seekuV This is Tot he sed to her, M Yich I shall reduce to printinr Cos I am a Heditur.' - Kany qaestion» then ne asked her,. Her apartments wished to Tiew ; And having* got all that he came for; Quietly he then withdrew. Ah 1 little did he think how ?oort His wiait to the fare he'd rewr la he Talked off that arternoor* , To dinner at the Hotel d'Bov 6he follereel him and took me vitB oer, And ren she eaw him amng out ' See IJ There*« the co...

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Correspondence. EDUCATION. TO THE HEDITUR OF THE BUNIP. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 7 May 1864

€mt$p\\bmtt EDUCATION. TO-THB HKDITVH OF THE BVNrF. Mr. Heditur— We be toe farmers has alltu reads the im*ip, and we think w a letttr from us will be put in your collmns. - Tou are wanting a member for your dUtrick— dont be afeared, we aint a gout to stand, leastwayt not jist now, pnps f on» may come forrid on » fmter occatbon when* real intellijent farmers his wanted to- take share- in pautieka. now our motif in rhins is to warn your lectera not to send in a feller as i» ajfin edeeashon ; let cm -ua meenns ana quesuon tne Kandedates on ths pint in pcrtikler, ma&e em pledge to Tote for ai meny teechers as can* be had, the best plan wood be to- pledge em to support a guTtrment teacher and a distriek scbule on the lands of evry big firmer, rich as we are ; and wy so, wy we can send our. chiluren were we luce, and1 we think as we should hav power altngwith denominations to say to a teecher. be off, wenerer we seet fit. Agin, your pepel must pledge your member ta vote agin large...

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THE REPRESENTATION OF BAROSSA. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 7 May 1864

THE REPRESENTATION- 0F BAROS&A.; * A' Cakjhi-£tb for-Barossa teas at' length offered himself? i&tbe perspivof Mr. John Williams (not1 the celebrated antiquated obfuscated teetotal gooseberry man; of Barossa notoriety)- ^^ °^0 -** IPJ9* address andgentlemauly appearanee living in- Adelaide, said following the occupation of squatter, but taking, he says, a great interest in the District of Barosea in gen eral, and agricultural Bursuits.in parties lar; and being, as, he- himself 'says,- of an active turn of mind/' and having some leisure. ' he thinks he might dp some good for the* country he has lived in so long.*' Nowi the- Btmyip likes -this lanoVof introduction, to a constituency* He is thoroughly tired of deputations anbV ad -? dresseerto little tuqcavly great mbn - begging them to come forward and honor : the constituency by becoming a, candidate for their humble voieesv It is manly for a man to come forward and say.- UT think I have something of tfee right stuff a...

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AN EPICURE. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 7 May 1864

' m(- jMcmm^ SekKfi:^— Stapjposedio tie in ash^p :'at the Port. -. TntE.^ABymomingat 11, am Captain SnMVA^hi^cottStaat Tfeitor).— Help * yoursejf; tosonjamoce beer»,Mr. Csesar. , Jfr.Ctes^-— TeSj&ank^er. (Befills Ms glass.) ; S.—3^k©-alitttevin-»e cheese aad pickled : satocm? C?.— Hah! (Ke-helps himself bouHtifnlly.) jS1.— Perhaps you'd like to come and dine with us at One? - G (conHderingiy)--Well, I don*t know.— What have yer got for dioner ? - jS.—Ohl Pea soup, and lobsoouse; and twice- - laid. ' C— Aht Well, I was aboard of Brown just now, and he's got roast veal, and a pair of duck?, ? and some pudding-.- But I think Pd better go and $ee Jones; I was speaking to the Steward yesterday, and I know Jonee has got plsatyof pies, land poultry, and porter, and pastry, as &sj- ' always have — don't yer know?— aboard steamers* - Yes, I think Til dine with Jones— -nwf tk&i^smt^^. wm -wrf see ywt qftenear&i- * '^fe^.' ? -O2T1 — -'DU

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THE NORTHERN TERRITORY. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 7 May 1864

THE NO^THERIf TEREir^8¥; j The Henry EUisiias sailed, A H«si-}fflit, la Deputy, a Col-miaJ Stirereoav ^vfarotts' 1 petty officers, arid a handfe! of sm'TOyprsi have gone to take possession of oto fievr] territory, ^to ehdoseasite and lay out *- bown, to mark the boundaries of the aHot ments for 'the Grand Adelaide Lottery, which is to contain all prize? and Ao' blanks. Everything that could be done, to secure ifte interests of tiose who have: paid ther -«wn^.has been 4°ae. ?!&& gentlemen of Adelaide, ^who stopped ^at home at ease, by paying ap -their ready; cash, get acres -where they please; -bat ^ie young chaps whoT worked, and toiled through many a weary day, get nothing for their glorious work but scantv labanxrt? pay. The Parliament meet agam soon,] and we trust this glaring; injustice will j then be rectified. We cannot yet believe! that, with all its shorteomingsy the presentl House of Assembly can be guilty of sack) gross ingratitude to the very men who have ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 7 May 1864

PATRICK_BLAKE 'DEGS to isfbrm' the Inhabitants- of Gawler, and X- surrounding District^ that he-has succeeded to the. business lately conducted- by Mr; John UcEweni at the PBINCE ALBERT HOTEL. and hopes by strict attention to the comfort of his Visitors, and keeping a good\supply of the best JUes, Wines, and Spirits, to merit a share ©f that patronage so liberally awarded to bis predecessor. . N JB,-rGood Stabling and Stockyards, plenty of water,- and every attention paid to man and beast* . ? AN MOM MILT, Mt Offl WLWi.' KANGAROO STORE, KUX8AY STEEBT, GAW1EE. (Late the Gawler Post Office..) HERBERT DEAN returns KtfsfiMJere tnanks ? to Ma friends «nd the public in general in and around Gawler for the very liberal support ie has received since he has been in business, and re8pectft^y*i«forj»? them- that lie has now is addition teihe^STOcery and Biaking business, awell9*lec4edStock of CHINA, GLASS, and BABTBERNWARE, and respectfully invites. ..-' a call. In the Baking department h« is ...

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BAROSSA ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 7 May 1864

SAROSSA ELECTION. Mr. John Williams, the only candidate at present for the representation of this District, met the electors at the Oddfellows' Hall, Gawler, on Friday, the 29th instant. On the motion of Mr. T. F. Turner, the Mayor of Gawler, (Mr. J. Martin,) was called upon to preside. Our repor ter not being present at the commencement of Mr. Williams' address, we copy it from the Adelaide Express, in which it was very fully and fairly reported. Mb. Williams then commenced his address. He hoped they would not expect an eloquent to «peak publicly, hut he wonld endeavor to give them, in his own simple way the ideas and opinions he had entertained upon the questions ef the day. He had been asked, as he was not very generally known, to give some sort of idea as to what he had been doing, and what it was that led him to come -forward to seek their suf frages. He arrived in the colony in the year 1839, and for seven. years after that time he dwelt in the hills, not very far away, at a p...

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QUILLFIELD. April, 1864. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 7 May 1864

QTJILLFIELD. April, 1864. The report em-rent hereabouts that the Sea 'Serpent will shortly visit this place, I believe -to be well founded, as, from information re 'tjeiredi I find that he has left his native element and commenced a tour on land. His -observations on men and things will be duly forwarded to the Btmyip through your Quill field correspondent; in fact a long letter is to hand already, but owing to the . straggling style in which it is- written, I am unequal to the task of deciphering it., I fancy the myth is suffering from opthalmia. You shall have tne correspondence in time for May's Bunyip. The cat dit is that there is likely to bean election of mayor for Quillfield. I hear of two candidate*, popularly known, one as the 'Darkened -Nob, the other as the Effulgent Snob; which of the rival candidates is tots the successful one, I cannot say, bat tay faith is planed to the Snob. Should he be elected, doubtless the sanatory messureslie will initiate will be eminently succ...

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Original Poetry. AUSTRALIA CAPTA. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 7 May 1864

[?] m^imUJtlM^TJL - -Begirt witfe «a ismerald «*ne, £ virgin insubduedi ' She wept on be* island throne In sUenceind4 solitude;- -. And tarried in vaMFfor- awoow - To bask in the light of her smile, t Forgone tuatsfceTsoughit came tojierj— And sne so lovely tfae^wMle! ' 'Barren and -void is my head; Thirstingtfor dewifrom above, ?-Tet soon into life shoulaat wessom ana stare l At the voice of aay unfaaewn love.' j She wept in the pale moonlight j That -peered thro* the wild wood grey, And shrouded hertearrul sight From ike-strifex»f asavage fray. They shall not taste of hex treasure That brandish *fce club aad spear, And scanty to themier measure That bow to no law but fear. ? ? - « Gloomy and grim is my wood, A trackless tuifathciaed snare, 'But Hghl shall pour in with a golden flood ' ^?h«i:%ny.tiosen : one enters there.' ?Sha wept Thy ^aH^ire-sea,^ A'sJlit -muraiurett -on bank and reef, And listened for one that sjbould.be A cbinfoffer-untoier-grief . The Hollander comes and the ...

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Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 7 May 1864

f ml f irteliigflttt . Suicide at Eosbwortht Stahon.— A deter mined case of suicide occurred at Roseworthy Station on the 2nd May. As the first train arrived from Kapunda at the above Station a man was observed on the platform retching violently, and apparently much the worse for liquor. The guard ordered him to be taken off the platform, and the stationmaster had him removed to a shed at the back. He was still supposed to be intoxicated, and left to rest for about twenty minutes, when, on one of the por ters going up to him and asking him what he had taken, Tie said he had taken poison. The etationmaster was again called to see him and he told him his name was John Grant, a shep herd from the Murray, and that he had takes poison and thrown the bottle away. Thestation master telegraphed to the police in Crawler, and procured medical assistance, which luckily was close at hand — a medical gentleman from Gao ler being in attendance upon a patient in the next^section. On seeing the man...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 7 May 1864

IWtes is Cmrrsjf anktfe. NOTICE— AU -communications to be addressed t» th& Epttob eg toe Btoto, Gawlbr. C. H. B.— Yibi gratias aginms. A Fbiend to Woken.— We have net room for your criticism on the Matrimonial Begister this time, bat will see whether we can find space in our next. We suppose that one daily registers matrimonial speculations— the other chronicles the event. The observer looks calmly on, whilst ^the advertiser is pleased or other wise according to circumstances. Brother Galvanic Shock has sent us the fol lowing Lines upon an event which happened lately to a celebrated member of the GJBLS. In a celebrated Inn These sat a man ef tin, T'-enjoy himself was his intent, tent, tent So he called for brandy hot And quickly sometkiag got, [meant. Bit cnldn't tell for what it was meant, meant, He tasted once «r twice, Buttndingitaotniee, [merry, merry. Though determined in his heart to be merry. He thought he'd not repine But try a little wine, Fsherrr So fee called for ...

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SEIZURE AT THE PORT. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 7 May 1864

SEIZURE A? Tfifi PORT. lr: ever anyone i« Iticiyi^d t°i t^ *fc JOastom House ^OffiwsfcS pi& iprop^ly ^^ Attending to theur duty, sb isstanoe ^ccarred at the' Port - jduring tiie-mpa& whicltio Itself ja sufftfcient to coaviptesudtthat ^tbe popular f«Hacy of ** one law ibrihe rich and, anotnex&r 4be poor* is not applicable here. A package was landed— no, a.caser--.Mid7the is voice ^otf being «oc--rd- -*ng.|p Hawker ^JCocker* rmean), down w/eat the officers i&od poooced on th« lot. It con laineu^aros on yaras oi c*u«a »a« nwaoias «u - fSthoaMOfiice;indeed/U was nothing H»r«' ^or i«ss than tfee Sunday go-to^aaeetirijjs of the ^iinutry.1 Uot all of ihern, hownever, for one sSfr has A-ifted m ebmeMow or other and ia to be'reniadBTither smiiUer to fit the beautiful rbewtifiili) form of someCaptain who has nol ^en^the Navy. Tis said the seized package, was forwarded' in a' hurry t»~T?owri, feo that any furtfcer obstacle to assembling 'for larlia ment will be ...

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VOLUNTEERS. TO THE EDITOR OF THE BUNYIP. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 7 May 1864

TOlUNTEEfiSi TO THf EIHTOR OP THB BtTKTI*: air,-— As the Government appear to be inclined: now to acknowledge thVsemces. of volunteers a little more thanther hitherto have done, I would suggest to- them, through your mediom, tie advis* ability, of encouraging the Ion* service men. For instance—Every man- who has served; his three years, and still in the forcei to have a stripe npbn each sleeve of - his coat? and those who have servBdJ* years, ana sou serving, two stripes, an* SO OBv . ^ I am pretty certam thi» would he hiehlv pleasmg to a very large numbered h nothing more than tftey are feirly entitled t©. For my part I cannot see any reason why these men are not to be distinjnushedi as well as those who have obtamedth* rank of marksmen. It would, in mv ©pinion* l«w a t?endency to attach tW* more closely to the movement; and those who had no stripe would then try to ob tain one, and those who had one would* try to secure two, and so on;. I think it is only necessary for tie ran. pe...

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WILLIAMSTOWN. April 1864. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 7 May 1864

WHJtTAM^OWN. AprilKS*. £ iw» atntble ;.-to *ea& 1ytra; ~h ;r«^brt; last month from the rush of business, whica kept most 6f'oorio'w«s«^emplij^tt:froni night till morn, from morn to dewy We.** Just now w«i«iv©«3ulli but it wilt not c&htiHue'long, for as soon as ramcomes tile steam ploughs T will be at work in aE ^direWdns, tearing 'up bill and valley, for the increasing require mentsofouppof|aiJatiofc Colonel Biggs visited' uv last month and ; efficiency of «a^ Volunteers, «nd;tlioagb. be ? did not'say mucit on -t&e ivsubjac^ i yet^ it is neHinown, that on ourtefmj^any the GOyem-; «wnt pltce their main rtl^^ ici case of in- ; nuipar^e wanta Few niaicbestokeep upth:e^ spirit of oar member^; but no^pther company ,- will face theuv for though tiitef often have ft - good drilling tb*yhav^new yet been beaten, and, in tatir. opinion,iiever caabe. .; Owing to the troubled stat« of the grtttarfer of ilurope^^u^^rjf^and^PoUn^r) England ,:~ niust jdran ber suppl|«.^sewl...

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A NAME FOE THE NORTHERN TERRITORY. TO THE EDITOR OF THE BUNYIP. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 7 May 1864

A NAME FOB THE NORTHERN territory; TO THE EDITOR OF THE BtTNTIK Sir,— I see by Hie papers that Mr. Tomkinson has an idea— «nd that be is desirous of ftanding- sponsor for the New Territory. Now, I hare not the slightest objection to the great banker, if he chooses, associating the names of the little capitalists at home with that of his own' vieiiMP ?fomilxr lflia lioc Ann «nJ ^i%^i^*^^.s ? . ?im.jj j ? iij) ** uu uuu uuO) ouu VII '8T^*'«i'g' his aext baby Baring Bo^isehild Lloyd Tomkinson- thereby grring- celebrity to his compeers— or vice versa; bat I cer tainly have a strong objection to ika time honored name of Britannia being given to the youngest of the colonies* How ridiculous it would seem to hare the new colony, or rather territory, adopting ' Rule Britannia' as its national song; almost a» ridiculoas as allowing flie eminent capitalist we have mentioned to become godfather to- the new country. I think, Mr. Editor. Mr. T. had! better confine himself to tinkeriQg insolvency ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 7 May 1864

i TBE ETORS f BfflOSSi /^ENTLEJIEN^-I have the honour to \}T offer myself ; as a Candidate to sup ply the vacancy caused by the retbement of Mr. Barritfrfrom-the representation of your District in the House of Assembly. I have for-many years followed agri cultural ; and' pastoral pursuits in this province, and have now leisure to devofe to the duties attaching to th& position -of a member of Parliament? I am favorable to the immediate expen diture of the amount set' apart for Immi gration ?purposesk- I shall carefully uonsider any proposal for the alteration of the system under which the Roads of the colony are con stracted«nd'inaintained, with the view of equitably adjusting1 the burdens entailed upon the-country by the necessary outlay for these purposes. Should' you confer on me the high position of : your Representative, I shall be careful, as far as lays in- any power, to protect the. interest peeuharto your Dis trict. I sbalT probably have many opportuni ties of addres...

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Correspondence. A CHESS CLUB FOR GAWLER. TO THE EDITOR OF THE BUNYIP. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 4 June 1864

Ccmsponbnitc. A CHESS CLUB FOR GAWLEIl. TO THE EDITOR OF THE BUNYIP. Sir, — A writer on Chess says ' not to play at Chess is to miss one of tho purest pleasures or' intellect, one of the greatest chtirius of social life.' Now, there are many persons in Gawler fond of this social, intellectual game, who are unable to play frequently from not knowing with whom to have a game. Could not the Hnvyip take the initiative in forming a Chess Club, and occasionally chronicle the operations of the society? In the JSeghter of to-day's dato you will see a Chess Club is foimcd and nourishing in Adelaido. Why, when there are so many players in Gawler, are wo behind in forming one? What is tho liunyip about? Yours truly, KING'S KNIGHT. Castle, May 14, 1864.

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PETITIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 4 June 1864

PETITIONS. Our readers will see by reference to our advertising pages that a petition has been drawn up for presentation to the House of Assembly, requesting them to malco a grant of land in tho Northern Territory* to tho companions of Stuart. Copies of this petition has been forwarded to all parts ot the Colony, and wo anticipate will be numerously and respectably signed Wo would request all parties receiving copies, to get as many signatures as possible, and to return tho petition to us by the Slst. instant, addressed to the Editor of tho Biinyip, Gawler. Whilst on the subject of petitions, we may express the extreme regret 'with which wo heard of the Torrens petition being hawked about the country for signatures at tho rato of ten shillings per hundred names. Staunch admirers as we aro of Mr. Torrens, and staunch believers in his Act, we think ho would repudiate any such means for procuring signatures ; and we fear such a step will bo calculated to throw a greater dam]) upon the ...

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