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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 4 June 1864

WONDERFUL EFFECT OF HOL LOWAY'S PILLS & OINTMENT. TO THE EDITOR OF THE BUNYIP. Sir, — I have to relate a most astounding result 'arising from the use of the above medicines, and which, -being a part of my personal experience, I can thoroughly^ vouch for. I have the honor to hold a position of trust in the engineering department of the Great Sahara Railway Company, and am at present residing at Timbuctoo, where the chief office of that company is situated. So much, for my position, which is merely stated as a guarantee for my respectability and the truth of this narrative. Having been for some time afflicted with a boil on the crown of my head, which caused me much uneasiness, and seemed to be daily increasing in size ; I was advised, after every other remedy had failed, to try the effect of the above wonderful medicines. According to instructions I swallowed about forty pills at a dose, and having well plastered the soles of my feet with the ointment, for the purpose of draw...

Publication Title: Bunyip
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Original Poetry. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 4 June 1864

(Driginai ^odrjf/ The original of the-ibllowing' rough ver sions, by II. von M idler, has been several times tortured into English ; but that is no reason why it should not bo racked again to servo as a Gawler local. AMBO. FIRST VEKSION— Lamj Metre. I'm just out of Kopke's, and here in the street — Good heavens 1 How's this now? — What sights my eves greet ! Right huntl is left hand— ami left hand is right ! Oh ! streets and houses, you're all drunk to-night ! Now look at the lamps, how they're shaking ahout. There's this one is flaring, and that one's going out. You can't keep you less — not one of the lot ! Bah I Ev'ry one of you's drunk as a sot. AnC. now there's the Moon. — Just see how. she's blinking! One eye she's got open, the other she's winking. Shame! shame on you, Moon! Ah I it's quite clear to me By the wry face you make you're as drunk as can he. Everything round me is tumbling about, And, sober as / am, how dare 1 stay out? Twoiild be tempting Providence here to remai...

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QUILLFIELD. May 18, 1864. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 4 June 1864

QUILLFIELD. May 18, 1864. Sir, ? My usual monthly resume must needs be very short, simply from lack of incident, although there are one or two matters which deserve a passing note from me and immor tality in your pages on the first Saturday in June next. The one great affair that has caken place is the foundation laying of another branch of the G.H.S. 'Way down in New Virginity ;' and I am credibly informed that there is every prospect of its becoming a most extensive and flourishing branch, the more especially as it is supported by nearly all the eminent talent, civil and military, of the— no, not Potomac— but of the neighborhood. I further note that the military force of Qaillfield some little time since effected a junction, after a series of masterly maneuvrev with the military force of a neighboring place. The two together will, doubtless, inspire con fidence in the minds of those civilians who have not yet taken upon themselves any of the panoply of glorious war; and the result...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 4 June 1864

Uolicfs Jo Corrtsponbtnte. NOTICK — Alt C'iHiiiiunictitioiis t - be. addressed /? .the Hihwh of run llvsvir; Gawxj^h. SrmiTSMAN. — We do consider it foul sport to shoot a fowl, and then deliberately step up to it and stamp out its entrails. Tho man had certainly a right to Pop-em off; but thqfowls certainly never dreamt of being heel-d in that manner. Gawlgk 1'iuze IIisTOKv.— We hope to continue the series next month. The pass-word of the G. II. S. for the present quarter is ' Tin and Chitterlings.' Tiik Ska Seki'ent arrive*], but too late for in sertion this month. The reptile has too little venom about him. Nobtu ltoAD. — Some i»ortion of communication necessarily cut out from want of room. Pilcrim or Life accepted. Will appear iu our next. %* Correspondents in general are requested to send in communications a little earlier in tho month, as so much matter comes in during tho week of publication it is difficult to select.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 4 June 1864

fTIHE following Petition lies for Signs .X ture at our office, and has bee forwarded to all parts of the Colony. To the Honorable the House of Assen b\j in Parliament assembled* * ^'Tha humble' petition of the undersigne inhabitants of the province of Sout Australia. Sheweth — That your Petitioners mos earnestly hopo that your Honorabl House will again take into consideratioi the services rendered to the country b] the gallant gentlemen, many of then colonial born, who accompanied Johi McDouall Stuart on his. last successful expedition across the continent of Australii by an additional reward for their meritorou and gallant conduct throughout thi expedition. Your petitioners take the liberty of sag gesting that such further reward might bi made in land without any expense to thi Colony in a monetary point of view, anc without detriment to the Northen Province, by bestowing upon each individ ual member of the Iat9 exploring party t certain quantity of land, within the limits of the s...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 4 June 1864

TO f BE ELECTORS OF BARM. fiENTLEMEN— I have the honour to VJT offer myself as a Candidate to sup ply the vacancy caused by the retirement of 'Mr. Barritt from 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 devote to the duties attaching to the position of a member of Parliament. I am favorable to the immediate expen diture of the amount set apart for Immi gration purposes. I shall carefully consider any proposal for the alteration of the system under * 'which the Roads of the colony are con-r structed aneTmaintained, with the view of equitably adjusting 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 my power, to protect the interest peculiar to your Dis trict. I shall probably have many opportuni ties of addressing yo...

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THE GREAT NORTH ROAD NUISANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 4 June 1864

THE GREAT NORTH ROAD NUISANCE. Tars remarkably choice sample of Governmental blundering — one of the most stupid, if not unprincipled, acts of repudiation and short sightedness that ever silly or self-interested senators and an over-cunning cabinet perpetrated — has at length reached its culminating point of damage to all kinds of interests— agricultural, pastoral, and trading, and is felt by them to be no longer within the limits of endurance, even by so patient a people as the progeny of grum bling but long-suffering John Bull. Meetings of parties interested, in all branches of our national industry, have been held during the past month along the line of road in question at Grotegut's, Gawler Belt Lin; at Tempters; and at Linwood, on the Light ; for the purpose of giving expression to the statements and sentiments of those injured by the action of a non-paternal Government ; the result being an earnest and urgent appeal to the present Parlia ment for redress. At these meetings the...

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OUR DILEMMA. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 4 June 1864

QTSR DILEMMA. Dear Bunny,— You can scarcely imagine the consternation into which I was thrown lart week, when on a visit to our mutual friend the Oniithori/nchus Paradoxus, by her showirg me the following paragraph in an Illustrated London News which she had found Aoating en the lagoon which used to be your favorite place of resort previously to you settling in . Uawlcr, there to take your place as one ot the principal savaits of South Australia : — ' A letter from Melbourne gives the following pleasant alternative. — 'Professor Neumayer, on a three years' scientific visit from Bavaria, tells us that in 18G5 a comet shall conic so close as to endanger this our earth, and should it not attach itself to us (as one globule of quicksilver to another), nor annihilate us, the sight will bo most beautiful to behold. During three nights we shall have no darkness, but be bathed in tho brilliant light of the blazing train.' ' '4 A pleasant alternative' indeed! I can eee nothing so very pleasa...

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MEMS. OP THE NORTHERN EXPLORING EXPEDITION. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 4 June 1864

ME&S. OF THE NORTHERN EX PLORING EXPEDITION. [Through the kindness of one of the party who accompanied Mr. Stuart on his last Exploring Expedition we are enabled to lay before our readers the following interesting paper, which forms the first of a series, which will embrace a short but succinct account of the Expedition.- — Hd. Buhtip ] The subject} of Australian exploration is exciting a very gteat deal of interest, not only |n these colonies but in England, at the present time ; more especially as public attention has (een of late drawn to the necessity of finding some extensive country suited to the growth of cotton~by free labor, so as in some measure to compete with, if not rendering the manufacturing districts independent of, the Southern States of America, for the supply of this most important commodity. This country I believe to exist on the northern side of Australia, which has just been visited by Mr. Stuart and his Party, of which I had the honor to be a member. I...

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Local Intelligence. GAWLER CORPORATION. May 11, 1864. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 4 June 1864

focal |ntd!ipcf. GAWLEH CGliPOKATION. May 11, ISC-l. Present — 11 is 'Worship the Mayor; Councillors Mold, Hathurst, Uoediger, anil Wincey. Mr. Young (Old Spot) wrote complaining* of the crossing? uear hi* premises. Ordered to be referred to the Public Works Committee. Mr. llarnet wrote referring to the houses in Murray Street, belonging to Mr. Tints. Martin, as daugorons to passers-by. Town Clerk to write 10 air. oauio, air. uiarims agcui. The Inspector was directed to impound all stray and unlicensed cattle found wandering in tho streets and on the Park Lauds. Tho widtl of the foot-paths in the hack streets to be altered from 5 feet to 5 feet 0 inches.

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May 25, 1864. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 4 June 1864

May l-5. 1804. Present — His 'Worship; Councillors Mold* Clement, Hathurst, mid Koediger. Mr. Santo wrote promising to attend to the dilapidated buildings belonging to Mr. Tims Martin. Messrs. Thomson and others forwirdcd memorial For repairs to foot-path near Mr. Panicl's, which was referred to the Public 'Works Committee. Uroderick to be taken into the employ again, Imt cautioned as to his future conduct. W. Gorman's offer to break balance of 1,00 J yards of gravel accepted. Presuytkuian Clinton, Gawi.eu. — The An niversary Services itt connection with the Presbyterian Church, Gawler, were held on the 22nd and 23rd ult. On Sunday three sermons were preached — Mr. Gordon olliciating iu tlie morning, Mr. Leonard in tho afternoon, a:ul Mr. Williams, of Kapuuda, in the evening. A Congrcgatioual Soiree was held on Monday, the 33rd, presided over by air. Thos. Kuglish, of Adelaide. On the platform were Kcv. Messrs. Hall, Uardner, Flockart, Williams, Lyall, Anderson, and the l'astor of t...

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

MILNER. If any of our readers will take the trouble to refer to any of the maps of South Australia, except those of the most recent date, they will look in vain for Gawler Town, but will see near the spot it should occupy, a place called Milner, often marked in capital letters, as if scarcely second in importance to Adelaide itself. Out of all who take this trouble it is probable that at least nine out of ' every ten never before heard of such a place, and a fair proportion even of these have no idea of its whereabouts. Yet, it is about Milner, or rather its immediate neighborhood, we propose to make a few remarks by way of leader. The country situate betwixt the Gawler and light, and .stretching thence towards the Gilbert, is a flat level plain, skirted to the east by scrub and the west by the sea Leach, which is in most places ap proachable only over salt marshes. When Milner was first mapped out by the sur veyors and' marked down as a place of importance on the maps, this plain w...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 4 June 1864

IMPORTANT NOTICE. The Mortgagees of the STOCK and PREMISES of T. ENGEL BRECHT, beg to inform the Inhabi tants of Gawler and its vicinity that, having taken possession, they will on Wednesday, May 25, commence SELL ING OFF the same, regardless of cost, as the whole must be CLEARED OUT N B — The Lease of the Premises to be Sold, with: Freehold premises in rear thereof. Open from 9, a.m. till 10, p.n*. HUREAY STEEET', GAWLEE. (Late the Gawler Post Office..) TJERBERT DEAN returns his sincere thanks D- to his friends and the public in general in and around Gawler for the very liberal support he has received since he has been in business, and respectfully informs them that he has now in addition to the Grocery and Baking business, a well selected Stock of CHINA, GLASS, and EARTHERNWARE, and respectfully invites a call. In the Baking department he is prepared to execute orders for fancy goods of every de scription at Adelaide prices ; Tea' Meetings, Picnics, &e. supplied and a libe...

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GAWLER READING AND DEBATING CLASS. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 2 July 1864

GAWLER READING AND DEBATING €LASS.^ ' The above class held its second -anniversary, on Monday evening, June 27th^, when an attrac tive programme was presented to the public who assembled in large numbers, to enjoy -the treat provided for thetn. The Oddfellow's Hall was filled, almost as soon as.the doors were opened and (a rare thing JorGawler) jthe Entertainment commenced punctually, at th6 time announced, J. Williams, Esqr,, M.P^ took the chair, and after apologizing for the absence of Mr. Eains ford, who was to have presided at the Harmon ium, but 'was prevehted-ljiy' illness, opened the proceedings, by giving a short address, in which he expressed his -pleasure at being called upon to preside at sneh.-a meeting, and alluded to the time, when, about 20 years ag6j be had passed through, what was sow Gswler Town, and' JfQSfe thought -that- «o: much, progress would be made, in so short a time. He pleasantry remarked that he hoped that the strange :animals he had found embalmed among...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 2 July 1864

2lkr!i$f mails* MFETBAVKLU\OTe THE NORTH '.OKAND i£l?oNANTiC Cy., in 10,000 Shares, \VTi H UNLIMITED PROFITS tPHB G. H S, bavins; a large . JL quantity of superfluous GAS at tbeir disposal, have determined to establish a . line of MIUAL MACHINES for the , conveyance of Passengers and Goods to the ? North of Gawler — a hostile Government having effectually blockaded the present ?ways, by obstructing', them with an iion barricade, entitled HANSON'S FOLLY; ♦r t4e Curse of the North. A Machine will start from Gawler t° Crilbfrton thrice a-day, and vice versa Parachutes, with Passen'srers and Goods, will be dropped at the various Stations on the lin«, namely* Qroteg-ut's. Gawler Beit. Tempters, and Stockport, where branch Balloons will be taken in tow by the Jlacbines, The whols arrangements will be under jtlie superintendence of the Venerable the Ex- Arch Flam, who has secured the ser vices of the Dashing White Sergeant to BLOW the Machinesialways in the right direction. The Public are ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 2 July 1864

yjK.- . - - - ' ?''-?.-..??- -* — = ' m THE ELECTOBS : * ' OF THE ?„'?.?? DISTBICT OF BABOSSA GENTLEMEN, ??'-' -jr,©EG to thank yonsiaeerely for the high JL honor you have conferred upon me Iby ^unanimously- returning -me as your . Bepiwentatjive in the House of Assembly. ;.Tras^uig 'to prove myself useful to the ^country and my constituents, and ever to - ^etflin the confidence -ypn. -tiaye placed w, gne nnhnpaired, ?-? * I-iAye the honor to be, - : ?-.,..' ; ?':?: -.. .. GENTLEMEN, -?, ^jonr obedient Servant, JOHJS WltttAMS, i iLate of the Hermitage, of Black Rock ...... _ and Lefevre-terrace, North Adelaide s~ | BLEQiSTEATION qf DQGS OTSTRIGT No. 3. -\ A LL Persons keeping Dpgs in the above J^. District are reminded that-the j§xist jSj* BegiBtration of Dogs ceases to have effect on the 30th day of June, inst., except tWjeh as have bejpn .Registered since Jjgt 'January last. ! 1 PersonS desirous of kejeping their pres cient registration numbers^should make ap pHcation befpre f^st ...

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Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 2 July 1864

; Stal |itttHigeittc, Lf-ctdke. — :A. Lecture, on behalf of the Build ing fund of St. Georga*s Church, was delivered at the Oddfellow's Hall, on Monday, June 21th by the Bev. B. Craig — subject -The Progress of he ' World. The attendance was by . no means numerous, in consequence of several parties tak ing place on the sai^e evening, a circumstance to be greatly regretted, as the lecture was an extremely able one and delighted all who atten ded. The Lecturer divided his subject into the progress of manners and customs, of art, of science, and lastly of religion , and hi a short space he carried us through past ages up to the present time, showing how zeal had been the progress of the world, in every one of these, ami how hopeful was the prospect of progress for the future. — The Rev. Canon. Coombs, presided, and intimated that he hoped to persuade the Lecturer to deliver other two lectures at no distant date A vote of thanks was proposed, in true Dun dreary style by Lord ? we beg pa...

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HISSES FROM THE SEA SERPENT En route, June 1864. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 2 July 1864

HISSES FROMf THE SEA^SEREfE)SfC' * ?-'?? .-..-':? .:'-' Sn rmvte, Jul« 18&L Dear Qaizsf, for Btrllny-^r. - .?..?? j— ,??..- i So Bunny thinks my piper war not strong enough, does he? J On a review of the M.S; T4 think tbe^ame, but tnen j^ou see, I h&v« bSfu' to the ReviewT an4 tHe tfonderf ul feat* thera . displayed, aoldiers' arnto?^lng pitched 'oTerl. walla and-). 45'«, whizzipg tnrpugbjtiie ^r, of mixing Cpmpjunes . as TbipedW; jaw'gn^i.^. lalUng-out'' of some, and falling-iu of - others^ and VDerhans a H\*sm. or twn of 'heer mP .-on«-4uing -rof rthat «ort ? k»d «o: cdiifufl^L . «ae that 1 sras-Teally unfit, at tbetime to w/aif^ and I would not have dohe»6,4f tbe.iime bad t sot been short. , Just apologize for Jne, »nd here is aooiJber ^^booltnsster.' ;?? He ought tobe a memberof the G.HiS-vif he ia not so -already. ? I scrapt d_jui;*cqu*int^r' ance with him one day,-near ihewc*^1 ,&J the time t' took him for a district tcI*^ but soon found h& was ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 2 July 1864

^toertiscments. WANTED. BY the present Ministry, a BILL of any description, that will be passed by the House of Assembly. ^bertisnufitfc THE GHS HAVE determined to establish h new Older oi Merit, to be called THE IBClllOft OP f iM%* Or the Hon. Order of Unsey-Woiseys, - No person will l»e admitted in*,» the above Order unless he has proved himself a sufficient Hutubu *?- by Jiavinjr tWinerly engaged in trade, and *mce ignored it. , The larger the amount of Fortune realised, the more complete tii« furgetfulness of the, means, the higher will be the grade the aspirant will take Each .Member will be entitled to a Medal, cast in Tallow, by Messrs. Chain- : pion and Co., Hindmarsh, after the follow device ; The Obverse is divided into four por tions. In the tiist quarter— a broken' sian-board, with the 1-gend *' Long-acre^'* - inscribed upon it. surmounted by money bags, which appear to have broken the sigfn. board. In the second quarter— ^m. nil Hackney co^ch of the time of Ueo. IV. and...

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WEDNESDAY, JUNE 8. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 2 July 1864

-?:?- /:-;? WKDRissDAr, June 8. '? ' Piesegt^-Tfte Mayor, Councillors Mold, Boe dtgex,Bataurst; and' Clement. ? _, . . .; ? . ?:- A? 'letter was 'Tead- from Mr; Turner, SLML, calling the attention' of the Council to the fur ious Tiding of the butchers'-boys and others in tbe^treete of Gawler. To be acknowledged, and the Inspector directed to lay information against any person so offending.- . . ' --'????.' One from Mr. J. Mitchell/ endowing -liSfrof subscribers to the footbridge, and balance left-^27s. ????.--, Mr. Warren to be instructed to mark and peg out the main lines, viz^ the half-chain roads of the new cemetery, in accordance with plan. ; The Town Clerk to take immediate steps to' get the Park Lands permanently vested in this Gouncil by means of an Act of Parliament, or through the agency of the Supreme Court.

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