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Varieties. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 23 June 1866

Daridits. j&&6Vh'er Disooveiy.-*-Tbe. other day a crowd 'was assembled around a drunken man lying at full length in the street. They resorted to every known means to arouse him ; they rubbed hie ears, then his hands, and shook him violently, but all to no avail, for John A'hiskey had got. too strong a hold on him. -Presently , .a boy came along who was selling 'fcrewers' yeasti, which lie carried in a pail. 'What's the matter ?' queried the hopeful: ' can't you get him up ? Well, I can. If this yeast won't raise him, he's a goner, for it'll raise anything that ever grew.' Accordingly, he poured about half a pint down the man's neck, and sure enough, to tbe^surprise *of all,: it raised him instantly, and hecwent on'his . way,growingtaller every-minute — American Paper, Impromptus. — One day, as Dr. Young-wag walking in Ins garden at Welwyn, in ooigfsany with two ladies (one of whom he afterwards married) the servant came to acquaint him that a gentleman wished to spea...

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THE BOOTHBY SESSION. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 23 June 1866

THE B0OTHBY SESSION. The personal, importance of the great ?reppaler, Daniel OrConnell was ^proved ! in -many ways, and among themVbythe fact of anvAct of Parliament having been passed, havin^-afeferenc© solely to him self. In the same ^vay Mr. Justice Boothby will aequire additionail c'elebrity by a session of the Sonth -A«sla^lian k&vin? been held ahMr^iwi his account. - . ] The debate of yesterday in the House of Assecibly, which - would „pjx-bably be decisive .^f- the measures -which the G ovemment will adopt m the-ja&tter, did not of course reach '€ra-v*ler in: time for ! our present issue, but t»e «amens par ticular respecting it did transpire. It appears that the A ttomey- General stated that an opinion obtained from Mr. Par ker, who had been professionally eugagM in a ease of the remjaval of a judge in one of -the 'West India Islands, was to the effect that it was competent for the Local Government to remove a j^udge on sufficient grounds being shown. No doub...

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Poet's Corner. THE ARTILLERY VALENTINE. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 23 June 1866

[?] - THE ARTCbLERY Y|lLEiNTINE. \ [?] jl Knew ^owefcea^mon wouMst j «w% J How varie&thou ! moustach to-day.; - ^ A perfect change ; moustache is gone, ' Beard— whiskers — as you were. Thouart a c^tsinbrave and true, ? ' - hutjninus guile; '.:~'~.;':°7 ^ oa me ^^ Ia»3^/ier ' - . Thy dregs isperfect;— *voieeso sweet, it wn^i^MaxSi Kyilmnj --:' Thine %^ate fight, butstill, alas! On me they^re i» ium. , vnu^ m£l ^ii-.i.' ? Al.. a.^i ? ? mu ^|tay To this poor heart of wine, J^er makes jwe wh%-er thai thine own. ; DotUto^e^WiMcKtji?. ,' . ..' '.?-/?.? ,:1 ? A partner, m your bride ; ; Iiiife'sjoarney -will be duU, you'll find, Hma4ea§i^le;ride. ' So, forward, march, and quick attack Your Lilly or your Rose ; * Take four yards? distance to'begin, Then next salute and dose. Rank -$', and never stop to ImU, But- by a circle 'bring Your happiness to anchor in A little golden sing. And never disunUed be, But ever kind andirue; Onoe more I give you thiscommand — Cut one— prepare for iw...

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THE CITY BANQUET. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 23 June 1866

THE CITY BANQUET. | Thss was a 'thoroughly Buecessflit- affair in all its objects, and in nearly every ! detail. As many invited guests, as could j possibly be^ ^cecsra»c,«Utted, ev«i in' the jujagnificent hall, which, -at a eost of | j£20,'OOO to the citizens of ' AdeMde, : has | at length been completed, were in atten And tliav wera entertained in a muntfieent aiid most tasteful style. The »out-door citizens— and out-door citizens' there must have »beea, even had two thousand tpersoEs 'been invited — were ^entertained as- well, though not so sub stantially, as the people inside the hall. Ear the former every procurable variety -of luxuries, both -solid and liquid,' had been provided ; and for the' latter there were the bells, the ; illumination, the n*ttsic (jvhich JS'ould probably %e' heard to more^ aaxaaitage 4-eyo^d tjvo J^afls of the buying than within them) ' »4d «the sound of a thousand voices echoing the tnniiingiy enective rendering Dy cnap- j man's band,' led by the sweet...

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MONDAY, JUNE 11. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 23 June 1866

Mon DAY, Ju NE u. Present— -Mr. Scown, ;in the chair, Messrs.' '-Dingle, Saru&eld, and Delany. Mr. Scown reported on McEwen's con-: tract, confirming the Clerk's report at last meeting*.''']^*. Dingle was requested to Ipok .tp^the work af it ^es 011. Mr. D. ¥isherjFe^u€jsted permission to l^t his. fen.ee,.whfch;l6 partly on the road, 4tand until his crops are* -iii* oi diis giving a guarantee that die 4wUl th^n remove it, and any other matter tho contractor would have to remove in clearing the:: road— one month allowed. The clerk was instructed to issue circulars for the collection, before JLst July,.^f rates still' outstanding. Mr. ^Vood ^tendered his resignation as Banger, because qf all the5 Crown Lands, being surveyed,. Accepted. :

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PARLIAMENTARY PROCEEDINGS FOR THE WEEK. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. FRIDAY, JUNE 15. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 23 June 1866

^CKBBpgs | -IiBftlSI^TIVB CQlJNeU^ y ' - ^ HtoJ5so«flJwcy6irI--winidkl-^ formally «$$aed Parliameat« and tp© Vipe poblieAied in our last issue to the aiseoiblsd meut^scs of both Hou^s haying been deli«McL, .OonaiisaoQer of PuWic Wort «, «litar He i^tiremanfc. uoT«d th^A-Sel^tCcamBittoe be tpjioiufed topnypara «b acWieiHjo #ep*y- motwa wmadoonded by «h«;Eon. H. Ayere. Cairiad. and tbe fo^wuig ntftuJ^s ballottedjon to the CommitteeiT'MQeacs. Ayers, .JBawov. Baven port- Kngtian. syit^obmoQ. Ckuawnifctee to import oaTBoeedaj^une 49. j The Hqxu J. H. JSarrow epqmred as to a return lon^ since Asked for of the total amount .available for roads, buildings, and other public . woiks and uaprovem»nts^dmjag.tLQ jn-q^eajt ye4r. The Commissioner ol Pulmc Worlra replied t$at sco^e diffiaulty Jiad been expe ri^nJSed inprepa^ktg the Aine^-ended balances. The F^ssident laid on the table a despatch from the Secrefcwy on the Ooean Paatal service. ? 39» d^a& of tbe Ho*-. E Jfeiaiister ,«as uuMmq...

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THURSDAY, JUNE 21. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 23 June 1866

Thursday, Juse-81. Sev£$a]t&uesti.oas were put to the ifhtistrp and replied to. All doeuments relating to the Groat Northern Mineral Association ^i^ ordered to bo printedi Alj-. iiAuaseyell j^py €^! the adoption «»f th-^ address. Mr. fiower seconded the~»uetion. The;; Hon. H. B. T- Strangways moved as an amende meat the addition of the following words to the. second paragraph ? — ** But we regrefihat your 'Etcdleniy should have been advised to. issue ar proclamation c^Hing Parliament together for, the avowed tAirpode of removing Mr. Justice^ IbiA&fr&aai tfis of^e as a the] Supreme Court before any steps were taken to ascertain the apimoas oV tlie 'other Judges oi):; tite -point of law -raised J?y Iff. Justice Boothby. Mr. F.uller.seconded the amendment The other speakers - to tbe ^uestion were the' Chi^f Secretary, Mr. Beyuolds, Mr. Brigiktp (who supported the Ministry), Mr. ^therhufcj, Sir. Colton, and ^r%Cayenag(i. ' ^ The amendment negatived without a ^jvb...

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HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY. FRIDAY, JUNE 15. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 23 June 1866

— ? _ ' ?. HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY. Fbioay, Jpnk IS. ' The members having attended j^o heay the ' Governor's Speeeh, the Chief Secaetary moved ' that the House at its jj&ing adjourn till Tuee-i d^y, June 19th. _ Mr. Townsend asied the Government to account until Thursday. A conversation on the ^natter having taken ; _^laoe it '«*as agreed to that the House sh-$Ud. ^pieet on Tuesday for the transaction of sorae' importanl routine business, and t^en ai\jonm till Thursday. The resignation ci Mr. Hart -$er the Port ^ras reported, and a inption earned that imr. mediate steps should he taken {c^supply^he vacancy. Ths Attomey-G^ieral -^ve an explanation relating to the -change of Ministry. Hie Hons. Messra. Reynolds and Strang* ways displayed symptoms of hostility to the government. Severs^ questions were put to members of t&he GoT^Htment, and tju- followLpg gentleman were appointed a Coamittee to 1 prepare au Address m reply to the' governors Speech:— Hessrs. Siyth (Chief Sectar...

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TUESDAY, JUNE 19. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 23 June 1866

Tuesday, Junk -19. The fqjUpwing draft, of address in reply tp His Excellency's opening Speech' was adopted : 'To H*^ Excellency -gir Dominick Daly, Knigbt, Captain-G ejieral and* poveroor4n Chief Her Majesty's Province of South Australia, and. Vice-Admiral of the same, &c^&C. 'May It please your Ex^elleucy-^r ' Wethe members of the Hoqae of AsseH^?!y in Parliament assembled bog tp thank- your Excellent fox t^ie speech with wjiich you hav^ opened t££ present session of tee Parliament ef South Australia. ; 'We -agree with your Excellency in thinking that the difficulties which have. late arisen ija the administration of justice in the Courts cf this province should be brought {scfoi^ Paj&agsewt-ns speedily poesifcle. ' We will take the necessary steps to rectifj tie& ^ge&rred d&ping the latSb 8essi-m of K^sfeijjejit ^with reterence tp agtrath^.lbyn and Middletpn Tw^way Bill. flH 'We shall gladly receive and carefully eW sider the report...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 23 June 1866

? ' a-»ith Australian Banking . fJIEK BASK will bo CLOSED on i to' it instant, for the j ^Idtoeatly Balanee «f Accounts. ? j ? - J. a nrrrrn-Axt y«w«««y 3 Gawler, 2S«1 June, ^ PresbyterianC&urciL- u ! MONTHLY BIS CU S S IONS -«u Spedal Sulgeets,by the Bw, JAMES 1 GORDON. First discussion onihe Evening of SABBATH, 84th ia8taat; Select-;-' IN FAUT BAPTISM.' Serviceto commence at half-past 6 o'clock. . . . Gawler Agricultural and Horti- : cultural Society. 1 1 MEETING of SIJBSCEIBERS to Ol the above will be held at-tlievGLOBE J.JJN, Gawler, on-SATURDAY, the 30£h June* ? ft 8 py W. H. RUSSELL, -Hon. Sec. r OakBank, June 22nd, 1866. 1 District of Hudla Wirra. NOTICE. ;T \ A public meetings mm PAYEES of this District ^rlll ' be held in the WELLASTON SCHOQLJKOtiM, on MONDAY, the 2nd July next, at '10 o'clock' In farenoon,=fbr 'the ELECTION- of THREE COUKCILLOES and TWO AUDITOBS. By order. ?JE. WJIJSIJJSON^Clerk. June, 18th 1886. 67-68 ^Bistrietof BarossaWest NOTICE. THE Atinual Mee...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 23 June 1866

^Steaaa 'for Melbourne; TABLE 4» ^OOx x ? The -Steamships - r :,,? z. tut- ,_ , - Y '? ALDINGA AKP COpRQNG^; % i -.1 ,. . Aldinga on ' Jane. ^- tJd&cwg'':; .'' 3feae: ' '?. j5'. .. * r :??? Doora^'« '*'W Aldinga' ^ o /;*** . * Coonmg ' ; * ' 3tfBW35&$r ^£.: Aldinga « -.t^ TheJtbove Ste^^ :^OTy pa^eD^^ «S -, , Cargo. - '?-?'. i-.- ;?? ?; i^[__ ;; 52 5t DARWENT,Grenm-str«-st. ,. -. ir I;''i ENGINEERS, M^THINISTS, ' ~^iKzi^Bi^E^BC%^-^;o^3ix^^^0ia^raBet;: Agrlew^^ 18I&3 , 'f : Machine and*General Implement i - ?-* Manufactory, J ^ ??; - MIIBpiT SffRSiE,3^ &AWLEM. ?? 3TO r' MACHTNISTj IJlxACKSmTH^ ^WHKK&WKIGHT^ ETC., ? ' ^ T-EG6 to tliank':ln6 liuT^Qrous customers X/ forpast favors, and. as hie now devotes ' his whole 'attention to the above Establishment, - (having' relmqmshed^his General Store,) he is prepared to execute ordersfor . .. HEAPING A«D WINNOWING MACHINES, WAGONS, ©SAYS, SPRING-CARTS, NEW PORT. PAGNELI.S, &C-, &c., ..» ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 23 June 1866

i^tstkes t« ®#rmgoitbenis. j Thbottx-h a pressure of -matter arriving late j on Friday, we unav-»dably postpone ' Talk - of the Wags' and seme communications.

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THE GAWLER MARKETS. Bunyip Office, Friday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 23 June 1866

~TU& -43c£WtER MARKETS. ~Bv&yip Office; Friday Evening. ^There is more animation in the market during the last few days, Millers have been purchasing all the wheat that has Offered from 6§. 6d. to 7s. at the Port. -The price for parcels of wheat at the Gawler Mills is- 6s. 6d. per bushel. The farmers are beginning to cart in the remainder of their stock, and as the season so far has been a- very' favorable one, we th?sk .they are right : icvtakiag--the advantage of the present fair price. We per ceive vi-y ^ie telegrams from the neighboring j colonies, that there are still several foreign | cargoes arriving, and we are given to under- ! stand that there are over ' 40 vessels^ now on the' water laden with breadstofis. Okaxk. Wheat, 6s. 6d. 7ss per. bushel. FiourXlG 10s: per ton, Sis. per bag. i Bran Is. Sd. wholesale, Is. lOd. retail. Poll&id 1b, lOd. wholesale, 2s. retail Fowls' com, 4s. 6d., per bushel of 60 Ihs. Hay, good Wheaten, iQs^-OateOj 4$ i»JB5 10s. ...

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TUESDAY, JUNE 19. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 23 June 1866

^CBMT, Junb 29. Ctag-ta«iiitag0t jnoved for a return of the anas that thave 4-een p iRjourod from Eftgl^l^ by the eolikftial i^overnment. .The motion, which was :Aot Rested to by t^e ijpuistry/ was earned. * Several items ol routine business were dis posed of. Mr. Baker's motion -respecting despatches relating to the administration $f justice was carried, The Cojumisioaer of Public Wo?ks moved the following address an reply to {lis Srcel lency's ^eech c — ; -'So His Excellency . Sir Donwaick Daly, Knight, Captaun-Gl«neral aud Governor-in Chief x-f Her Majesty's Proyinoe of South ^ Adjstralia, &c.,.&c, 'May it plesie your Excellency — ' 1. 33ne the ^etB-bers of the Legislative Council desire-to express to your Excellency^ our affection :ai*d loyally rAo- tbe person and government of our tfilost Qjaeious Sovereign, and to offer our respectful for your Bxoellency'sepeech. ' 2. We thank your E*jpellency Jior having availed yoaxaelf of the eaa&iest opp-ntunity of ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 23 June 1866

Bfoemcfttiraia' and Pains in tb'e Iambs. ? ? Mn^Qui#- paais are sometimes ineuffiarably dis fereenn^. - Tbocgh they may not impair the general health at first, ultimately sueh. may b« their effect if permitted to continue mtrelieved It should be gene a ly known that-, affeer feneh tation with warm -salt and water, Holl&way'a Ointment, well rubbed iqwn ttoS' aSEetep part twice; a-day^^ves infinite ease and secures ultimate recovery. Hollo-way's Pills should also be taken to assist in the eura. They pre ? vent all weak and numb feding^ so apt to prevail after neuralgie aad rhenmatic attacks I Many, after sxtSesasig martyrdom from sever* I' attacks of AwmtitBsm, noftdid!, j ware quiddy cu^.by ^^ medi^iea; :

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MISCELLANEOUS EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 23 June 1866

[?] New Y^gKTABLE —'Hie last newthing-^ in Yegetables\(pays a ^ntemporaty) 'is really quite A startling wonder. Think of a rakish -with seed-poda abont three feet long, and soine&nes giawiftg live or six iuchesin&urTand-twoiity honrs.We can thinkofnothinglike itexcept Jack's immortal bean-staDc. which authentically uescrioea puns is :pevertneiess not spoken , of as ^ood to eatt whereas this radish is said to be as palatable . as it is monstrous. The pods are its edible portion, j^d when half-growi^ ^pu may pickle them or eat them as a component parfc:ijQ.a «alad. When -they a*© 'fiill grown, you may boil them, and they taste: like a combination of asparagus and green peas. The plant comes from Java, but we &re told that it h^s been feirly tried in the opeji greund -in &igland and succeeds ^erfectly well. - 'To . add to its merits, its poda are ready for use in less than tljLr^e jac^itfes ;.after the seed is sown. ' ' ' '' Sutocxae AccrDEjrr.—A singula...

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MUDLA WIRRA DISTRICT COUNCIL. MONDAY, MAY 28. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 23 June 1866

MUDLA WJRRA DISTRICT ?COUNCIL. 'Mondaj, ^ai 28. Present — AU the members. Mr. - Hob.art was allowed to 1st September to finish 'his contract. JfcEr. S^,wle re-' quested that the road known as Butler's?, 't-ra&k, to the W oolshed'^ mig|it.he, cleared as promised at the rate meeting, -and £pn& £rs for the worJk were ordered to bet called for. The tender gf I^[f . jf. Atwell, at £42, was accepted for clearing road from ?i'h&p's corner ' to tPinkerton's Plains, and that of E. Pemberton, for cutting hill near Mr. Bright's, and making road J/ettqrjread from Mijnno Para West Council, enclosing accpunt^ -f&jrg{$i^-t$ :^y's Ford. This Council j will pay one-third, as usual, if Munno'; Para agrees to it. The clerk reported; that Peter McEwen' jvas .£pt doing his] woii on the Piiie Hut Eoad, satisfac torilv, and Messrs. Scown, and Delaney | werfe appointed to visit and inspeet the : worje. j^r. -Delaney was requested tp'j att^pd with the Clerk at Mr. Bobinspn's,...

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USEFUL HINTS FOR SMALL FARMERS. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 23 June 1866

USEFUL HINTS FOB SMAfrL FAEME8§. No grain should ever be sown without pre paring tlie ground in a proper manner. How e\er gpofl the ground may be, depend .upon ft, that it cannot support two crops' at the saxiie time. ^ Grain of any kind .punnet arrive at matp-rity if weeds be allow^l -'to 'ehcumber the -fin(t there are many' sipall creeping plants 'ia .this iU?tr|ct ^rywing close to the ground, which matenaily' injurej the looked for crop. .Some of these weeds are tap-rpoted j others 'travesse^ the soil only a few indhes below the su! face, sending out a network pf roots which start afresh at every joint, and 'becbme separate .plants, often shedding a perfume- around *r5-'-k ? ? r ? ? j.-- . =.- . «*??* UVi iU5lTf UIQ (UPSipaW, Thege are the eah^sters the soil— the natural enemies of ftie iai^r— jet 'because they are only small weedsj and the gramrise^ above them, little attention is paid to their destruction, and the simple cultivator, 'wise in his own. conceit,' never imagines fo...

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Farmers' Column. GOOD AND BAD POULTRY. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 23 June 1866

jfsmttrs* CtluaiL 5 iGOOO AKD BAD POULTRY. I There are few artiqlgsthat have so mu^h to gaina^^Uttle^o fear by a thoroughCLtiia^ teon as poultry. It ,8 about the one hi? of fam mvvsement which John Bull does, not uuderstand, or ra&er dt^es^ot take the trouble to understand. *He has no objection to eat the thei[ W. but somehow eeems think it beneath him^fi t^e any tronble ahout Tearing them. The poultry are i?ft to the wife, aud the wjfe comtoeifly knpws vere little abwit them. Hils may ie a^.yejtyjreli for. preserving the dignity of the iuperwt' ;sex,; but it his a great de^ to do .with m^Sng cljikens and eigs dear and* bad when thev sBohM Jhp nnmi sn,i cheap. .The consequence is that poetry: .instead -tf being an article of everj-day 'they are with foreigners, are a holiday treat for *the Eogiish. Th& foreigner eats poultry as an ;Irishman eats .potatoes, and the safest dish a traveller may surely reckon on -getting on the Europaan^Continent is an omelet, to the mak...

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GAWLER POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, JUNE 19. [Before Mr. R. J. Turner, S.M.] [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 23 June 1866

♦GAWLER POLICE COUKT. .Txjssoay, Junk19. V [Before Mr. E. J. Turner, S.lf:] . Je^'Xcwior. 'for furious -riding om the 8th hist, pleaded, through ,}£r. Rudall, guilty. Fin«l-5s. John Lawlor, for being away from his 'dray,: pleado^ through Mr. Bud&ll, gjiilty. ;^ned5s. '? ? ? ' :i

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