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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 28 July 1866

Hollow ay's Pills. — Wisk PuKOAtrriox.— The unwholesome vapours and fre-jwent chilli derange tlw animal economy to an immense extent, and permanently ui dcrmine the health, unless every now and then the blood be purified, the secretions rectified, and the nerves rest rung, llolloway's Tills perform these several necessary offices with certainty, safely, and ex pedition. Old and voting, robust and feeble, male and female, will find these l*ills an un failing domestic remedy ; not Only In slight sicknesses; but also in the more serious and dangerous diseases which spring from, neglect of early symptoms. Yet, uuder tho purifying . and correcting inSuenceof llolloway's inesti mable in xlichie, the appetite improves, tho digestion gains strength, tho liver act*? freely, the kidu ;ys secrete abundantly, stndtjalth « itri'imnKiat.

Publication Title: Bunyip
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VINEYARS AND WINE-MAKING. INTRODUCTORY. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 28 July 1866

VINEYAEDS and WINE-MAKING. INTRODUCTORY* As there are many persons who cannot be persuaded that anything is valuable unless it will bring money, forgetting that money Itself is only valuable fur the comforts it enables ono to purchase, and that a man is wealthy, not iu proportion to the money that passes through his hands, but in proportion to the comforts he and his family enjoy, whether these comforts arc raised by his own aud his family's labor, or his own hand, or whether they are purchased with the money which their labor produces in some other way. For this icason I must address a few arguments to thenn which will meet them on their own grounds. . In doing this I will take it for granted that the farmer has no spare time on his own hands, and that the time of his servants is so fully occupied by tlieordinary labors of the farm that there is never a day or a week throughout the year which they could devote to other purposes, I will also take it for granted that all the labors o...

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THE VOLUNTEER MOVEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 28 July 1866

FElUS MOVJSMBNT, i a tnoolinc tvas p-ld Hall, oom'ont'd tho Mnyor ot - Jaw lei', -p* tho ce^r^tiontof Mr. Ihu-lmn, J.P., passed «t a jweeotliug -^ic^ ii&, of i^lticli Mr. liudinn iivaa ChSrtmu^ = ^Ou tljo nWioii of ^iv.T. 0. ^oki«, BgeoudtRl '$-y iR!r. Fotu^uinouam, llis WoiSllTD iwok l ^» j i4 5 ~ **' »«»v »-U1U «]!? |b-nt(o(^ houi'xtho coiupnuy 1 ^URisfed5f ultowt^O poi-SQits, Ijut that iiUinbec\ytt8-|i4rily Hftorne%ly -louhlwl. . ~^'ho t^tl^nmAir ^-onod tho business W l^qjcsition and tho reply. Mb thought isliOuhl not hold aloof; £'0ni ti^o gi-egmflC yioyomout. Tho Iato- |ivo wmipafiiek^tli^ First Gawler RHlos; tlie l|awlei5 Voluutors vwoiild bear, ^oniparlsoa ivitfi guy other cauipauics that l@d^)oen ittpod, II© thought aiij iiuuslon 4jf aiew -¥Jotwl wotxld now, J)o 1 4)eiiefidnfc~~S«ni^4md reeomiHotnlcd -a i caralry^ wr^te^otlie^s an ordinary infantry | cc^'pa, und ^thora d^aiu wero in favor of 1 a jilted -^siapKHy. _alo thought employee 1 j wer^ IviVuig vht- objected ^...

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ORIGINAL POETRY. AUSTRALIA'S APPEAL. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 28 July 1866

'ORIGINAL POETRY. AUSTRALIA'S APPEAL. Colonial boys ! colonial boys ! To you 1 now appeal — To you 1 come in my distress, .Arid that distress is real. So lend an ear Unto my tale, And listen io my woe, For 1 have none to guard mo front Mine enemy and foe. Colonial boys ! colonial boys ! I'm deserted bv the host Of those to whom I've given wealth, And power, and honor most ; l-y those whom I've exalted And raised lliem from the dung, But base ingratitude they show, Nor think from whencc they sprung. Colonial boys ! colonial boys ! Shame to their niggard souls— j Shame to their grasping narrow minds, l^or tho help which they withhold. ' When dangers past had tliickeucd last, I had a little band, Who, with a lion heart within, Vowed to protoct my. land. Colonial boys ! colonial boys ! They vowed their aid to lend They swore that their adopted land /They would with blood defied. But now I am bereft, of all. I I makes my heart grieve sore 'When I look around and see that little Noble ban...

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USEFUL HINTS TO SMALL FARMEBS. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 28 July 1866

USEFUL HINTS TO SMALL FARMEBS. loo much attention cannot be paid to seed of every description. Before sowing grain, no matter however good it may appear to the eye. the farmer should riddle the whole of it, and never think of sowing any but tho largest grain. By adopting this plan 6ickly plants will rarely if ever appear, and if properly covered by the soil drought will seldom affect them, whilst tho yield will be uniform and of good quality. Moreover, frequent changes are necessary, for seedcontiuually grown upon the same land will and must degenerate- I would strongly recommend tho red wheat i for this district, particularly the old red-bennled (although not of the finest quality), ns being hardy, very prolific, and seldom injured by disease — also the redlammas. And this brings me to the best method of putting in the grain throughout this colony. In a country like this, whero the seasons aro so variable, the grain should be properly covered with tho soil, and not left exposed on ...

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GAWLER READING AND DEBATING CLASS. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 28 July 1866

GAWLElt lU'LVni \(l AND DEBATING OLASS. A meeting of this Society was held iu tho Oddfellows' Hall on Tuesday owning. At. the ci'muieiiefcment very ft-w p«*rsmis ivi-io in the roCin. Tho thiuutcs of the hut meeting having been read aud continued, The C11MKMA.N stated tf'at ho had reason to believe that a large iic'.-ossion lnhjht. shortly be expected from the other Debating Class, which had then met. _ j Mr. Ifnu'i'ON addresswl t'ie chair, enjoining the duty of all parties to'oa'le.-ivor to e.;tahlish , the Class ou a permanent- fooling. Mr. scown aiso ioroioiy urgoti on u 10 meet ing the necessity For exertion tiud w-o;-erat ion. Mr. Kikson sug-;esU«d th:ti the ? meetiugs should be weekly instoad of fortnightly. ?the CtiAiKMAN said he «;w thou re:idy to receive any pit»]-o^ition for the appointment of Chairuiaii of Debates, or any other business. Mr. lle uTON moved that Mr. Scown should retaiu the office of Chairmau. Carried. Tho following gentlemen wore proposed and seconded to bo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 28 July 1866

TO ADYEU'l iSEHS AN D CONTKIliUTOllS. ] ? i We desire to impress on Loth these classes of | estimable individuals the desirability of : forwarding to ns early in the week what ever may be intended fur insertion in tho Huuyip on the ensuing Saturday. They j should bear in mind that the twenty-four columns of the paper are not set up in a few hours, und that the very lai^c circu lation which it has attained renders the going to press earlier than formerly abso lutely necessary, t.'nder these circum stances »ve are wKm-ii'ncs obliged to exclude coiiituniiniif.iiious, mi»{i!v£ because tliey arrive too near the lime of publication. If our covHsi.i-,iideii:s and advertisers will have the kindue^, when practicable, to forward their communications about the middle of t!u: week, they wi.'i secure justice to themselves aud givat '.y convenience us. ^aunij?. GAWLEK: SATURDAY, JULY 28, IBIiG.

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Farmers' Column. CHURNING. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 28 July 1866

farmers' Column, CHURNING. I ? Churning' successfully depends not so nvuch upon the manual labor expended upon it as upon, first, tho preparation of the cream, and secondly tho modo of churning or expending that labor. . llutter ' comes ' readily if duo car© l-o taken, not only to havo tho cream in a proper state for churning, but if tlio Jperson churning commences and proceeds with hig work steadily, uniformly, und not too quickly. AU cream ought to bo at a temperature of about 6 , not higher than 65° ; if the heat be | about 55° at tho commencement of clinrning it will rise fully 5° during tho operation. There is no excuse for a dairyman's failing with his cream at this timo of tho year, provided ho has any knowledge of his business, and com mand of tho common simple appliances which all dairies ought to have. The cream is apt to be too cold for churning this month; tho tem perature can easily bo raised by setting it before a fire, and gently stirring it for half an hour, or by pu...

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THE VOLUNTEER MEETING. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 28 July 1866

this A OLUNTi;i:it meeting. TO TUK lltllTOn. Sii:, — It is evident to every nun who looks at the matter iu a calm aud scnou* manner that tlio colonists of South Australia are not in earnest when they discuss the question «-r national defences. We have only to listen to the speeches made at meetings held to take into consideration tho rsiising of a volunteer force, to see, that thev arc characterise*! I-v nothing but personal consideration*, aud individual in eouveniouees, and the idea of b-mdiug them selves together for the protection of their homes is indeed very far removed from their | mind!'. .nisi consider me proceeuin:;* 01 uio mousicr meeting held in Adelaide mid also of that held here on Wednesday evening — and what were they? a burlesque, a vile caricature, more like \vh;it might have been expected of a few children pluviti;: at a public meeting. Thv'y be^in by resolving that it is considered highly necessary t-» raise a defensive hotly, make great professions of attachment...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 28 July 1866

BEFOBMEB. IT* HIS Fine Imported Horse will stand X for tli« cowing season at the SIK JOHN FJJA35KHN iilOTEI* ^ i^ONlVA ; leaving cveiy tenth day, calling ati ALLENDALE, will slay anight at ©aehplaeo, as follows;— -First night, HAMILTON ; second, MARKABLKj third, STEELTON ; fourth, WATEliLOG; iifth, Lack to HaimUonj sixth, at Mr. GIL liOW'S, on the LIGHT ; seventh, rotuvniug to Kapunda, eaUieg at BAGGT'S WELL, i The llorso will commence tho season at Kapunda, 3rd August, and start on hi& round, tth of August. Terms— 43 10s., including Groowago ; paty able on or before 1st January, ISG7. ' JJEFOEMEll is a prnxj Clydesdale. Ho is a bright bay with blaekpohits, 17 hands high, and for bone and symmetry is second to none in tho colony. In I860 he took tho Fist Prize, Victorian Agricultural Society ; First Prize at Kilmore, 1861 ; Second Prize at X'ort Phillip Farmer's Society ;and tho First Prize at the Victorian Agricultural Society, The siro of, lieformer took Six First Priaes i...

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Varieties. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 28 July 1866

Varieties. Why is a young lady like a bill of exchange P — Because die ought to be 'settled' when she comes to maturity. Foote, being annoyed by a poor fiddler strain ing harsh discord under his window, sent him a shilling, with a request that he would play clsewhese, as the one scraper at the door was suilicient. 'When Henry VIII. sent an offer of his hand to the Princess of Parma, she replied that she ? ? 11 ? . _i a _ i.' ; ? i.. t ? i- I ivus grcauy uotigea io ui» juajusijr wr uus compliment; and that, if sht had two heads, one of them should be at his service, but, as she had only one, she could not spare it. Sir Richard Jebb, the famous physician, who was very rough and harsh in his manner, once observed to a patient to whom l\e had 'been extremely rude, ' Sir, it is my way.' ' Then,'' returned his indignant patient, pointing to the door, ' I beg you will make that your way.' Voltaire once praised another writer very heartily. ' It is very strange,' said tlie person whom he wa...

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HUMBUG SCRUB. July, 1866. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 28 July 1866

HUMBUG SCRUB. .tuly, 18C6. Iloapccled Progenitor — Anxious from not j having received any communication for several weeks from our Mmlholian correspondent, I took advantage of the late glorious . weather to run down and look after him, but I grieve to say lie was not *to be found, lleing unable to trace hin- by daylight, I thought it possible that 1 might come icroitt him iu his nightly liniiiifc nn-l fnitviviU itiI.liv»r*?*K I stationed myself near the Pump, fully expell ing that he would come io hare his usual chat with tlie Notabilities. As eight bells struck I looked around ansioit!) and expectant, but there was no appearance of 1J. O. As the last sound of the last bell died away, tlie old l'unip winked his red light at me and said, ' Hullo, young Ihmyip Pup, whutmightyoii be adoin' or down here:-' This sudden enquiry, rather startled 'tnc; for all hough as a J!.nr/i-- I uui never surprised at anything, yet I must admit that 1 felt a little taken aback at its abrupt ness and fam...

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[?] LOCAL COURT. TUESDAY JULY 24.] [Before Mr. R. J. Turner. S.M.] [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 28 July 1866

„ LOCAL COURT, Tvsssuay Jmvv SK niofom Mr. It. 3. Tt miw SMI Hliq c«soh of Wite v. Ulshola «u-l Fti'Ui Avero atrnck out. Cowan V. M 1TCUKI.W— Claim for Jil3 ?s. ld„ ; for lodging, Ao, * _ Mr, Tumor Aw plaintiff, Mr- lludall for dofendant. ~ ^ John Oowan, of Two Wells, farmw mhP - lioonsod vicWlw, lh« plmutitt. dopwstf-.l ihutj there was an mialigenient deTjJiduiit' '.-?:??? . thatfor seven shillings «at}h time he should, -have certain a4;onmuiodatij»n. The Kovomfc 'cl.vrges of seven idtUhngs-whieli appeared in? the account produced were fur that ?v;eommo~ * elation. The; witness deposed its to»*tfier itouiiT inthonoeouiit, llo had sent in the account^ ? ana irequonuy uppnwi tor uio ameuut, iio ? i«n(liU)toilwl £?- Ifis, it ho had n ntuuipt in . full. -Declined, bin, oilerud u- ismoww that ijWmt. ? ? WitttoKV imtt «Ys present^ Defendant wowhl not pay that suuvexeept as' '?*'? ? n full sotthMiicut. ! - ; Oiw^esiumnwl lty Mr, IludaH on sevcraS 'items' of luxwmt, Jir. I{iulnil tiwl'iml ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 28 July 1866

I OWEN LYNCH, 'WATCH AND CLOCKMAKER, JEWELLER, &a, INFORMS Ins Friends and tlie !Public, Gawler, 'While thanking them 'for their support daring the iastten years that he will preparedon the i8th'inst to execute orders, paving made arrangements with a iblnt Class House in -Adelaide for & constant supply of articles of fcoodqualitjy and at moderate prices. Having 'bad property stolen from his 'premises 1 some time since, he has new made them secure from robbery, and has insured all stock against ?fire. „ ' ' Itepaira of attends tarSfully ©xMutea. ; - A large stock of ? - . WATCHES, 5EWSlLt.ERYt ?constantly on hand, at Adelaide prices. O. L. desires to return ;thanks to all irho sympathised withhim inhis losses, and assisted in recovetyof part of the property. Ja me* Smith, C&nfectioner, (LATE OF TOPHA&-STREET,) HAS REMOVED lib Business to the ? Shop lately occupifed by Mr. Henderson Jfo.20, Hindley-street, a &d next door to Mr Morgan's. J. S., i...

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LOCAL COURT CAUSE LIST. TUESDAY, JULY 31. UNSATISFIED JUDGEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 28 July 1866

XOCAIj coukt cause L.IST. I lwisBAV, July .51, UNUTISFIKU JU1KJMKNT. WiloffS v. McKv.en. l»K--KKl-IiI» CASKS. KtwisJcr v. K.'iglesa. IVileOx v, Stiitel.r. IV'LICK CotlUT. ' lVlioe v. Stafford. 1'olk-e v. Ilat'vvy.

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GAWLER POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, JULY 17. [Before Mr. R. J. Turner. S. M] [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 28 July 1866

! GAWLKll l-iLIC33 COUliT. Tl''iSl-AV- JlTI.Y 17. . ;| ' fBefoic Mr. 11. J. Turner, S.M J I ' C/inrips J.jjics waa cli'.vged on information of ' Seig-;ant Saundsrs wfth being drunk, using - okstene language, auti i-esisting the police, in ur ray- s t ree t on Mor&ay. the 23i-d July. lie l pleaded 'guilty to all the charges, T l'olice-coiisitaVdo deposed that he -took ' defendant into custody on the preceding after-. 210011 m Blurray-stivM, no being UrunK ana ? using most filthy language. Trisoner insisted ' witness. Fined 5s. for being 5ruuk, and 20s. fcr using ' obscene laftg lage. 1'oi.tcE v. M-AFVOub. — lVstjibnwl, the de ? fondant being necessity absent in Adelaide., 1*omce v- ltAGL.Kss.~-Chavgo of halving an 'unregistered dog. ? Charge withdrawn, de-, ? fondant's dog having !*een registered, though ' the cert ifieato had at tie t iino been mislaid. ' Police v. L-Wcock.— This was a charge for 'having in his possep.sioii an miregisteriHl dog. The defendant explained that ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 4 August 1866

? ? j Advt. — Hollo way's Pills. — Palpitation of I the heart, is frequently not only felt, but heard; ; it prevents sleep, and begets the utmost dread j of impending suffocation. These .Pills are ! particularly recommended for removing this affection, because they strengthen the nervous and the debilitated, who are much more liable to Ahis malady than other persons. Holloway's Pills so improve the digestion, increase the action of the liver, and give activity to the bowels, that giddiness, headache, and nausea depart as. the palpitation diminshes, and the sufferer at once experiences the most indes cribable relief from anxiety. Holloway's Pills form the best alterative and aperient in all cases of convalescence from fevers, ioflama tions, neuralgic, and all chronic diseases which - have impoverished the bfood and brain.

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VINEYARD AND WINE-MAKING. CHOICE OF SITUATION AND SOIL. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 4 August 1866

VINEYARDS ASD WINE-MAKING. 'CHOICE OF -SITUATION MD SOIL. After the settler has determined upon planting a vineyard, the1 next- point is -to make choice of the most- favorable --spot for -that 'purpose. -In ' doing this there are chiefly two things to be con sidered— namely, exposure -and ~soiL In this country we have nothing to fear from the incon veniences of colder climates ; aud the choice of situation is, comparatively speaking, of infinitely less importance. 'From the time that the bud begins -to 'swell till -long after the grapes are ripe, frost, for instance, is, in most parts x-f the colony, altogether unknown. It seems, how ever, to be considered on -all hands ».h»tr the greatestenemy to vegetation which we have is the hot westerly winds; -and therefore if a situation can be chosen sheltered from them so much the better. -I should consider a north easterly exposure the most desirable, but -I would not recommend anyone to-be discouraged if such an an exposure is not-in his ...

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GAWLER READING AND DEBATING CLASS. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 4 August 1866

GAWLER EEADINfr AND DEBATING CLASS. The weekly meeting of the class was held in the Oddfellows' Hall, on Tuesday last, Mr. Scown in the chair. The attendance of mem bers was very huge. Several minor details of business having been disposed of, Mr. T. O. Jones moved that all former members in arrears should be excluded unless their subscriptions should be paid from the present time. Mr. Lloyd seconded the motion which was carried unanimously. 'PJT** W T?. T lVr-3 CMfPftnef rule that recitations should be given on alter nate weeks should be a^ain acted on. .Agreed to. Mr. Verco moved that the call on members for recitations should be alphabetical. Mr. F. G. Uukton opposed the motion, arguing that members should volunteer to produce recitations. Mr. Vekco withdrew his motion. Mr. Hunt and Mr. Yule promised recitations at next meeting, and Messrs. Jones, Lewis, Verco, and Scown, also agreed to furnish readings or recitations. The subject of capital punishment was an nounced as the next ...

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NEW POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 4 August 1866

NEW POST OFFICE. A general meeting of the Committee ap pointed to arrange details connected with the approaching ceremony of laying the foundation stone of the new Post-Office was held at Mr. Muller's Commercial Hotel, on Tuesday after noon. There were present Mi-. Buclian, J,P. (in the chair), Mr. Turner, S.M., Dr.* Lewis, -Messrs. Burton, -Bright, : jun., Burkit, Budall, Feiguson, and Mr. W. E. Boberts, Hon. -Secretary. The minutes of the former general meeting, and also oi the bub-Committee were read and confirmed. The Secbetaby read a letter from His Worship the Mayor, assenting to preside at the laying of the foundation stone on Wednes day, the 8th August. Tho Secretary reported the result of the enquiries he was requested to make respecting the providing of a lunch, and stated that severl of the Gawler tradesmen declined closing their places of business on account of the incon venience which so doing might occasion to their country customers. Mr. Tuener moved that the lunch be...

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