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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 6 October 1866

T li&nd at ihe .aJMF© ?.. jwa^o^; ^ Art Album -' & Auxitmp laflv^1^-. n r^.' -i~ Aln-aniffo^TCfr& Boya* » feline, or Jewish 13f« A' ?'. Arahery : A ArLeU ' ???;?.-' ? .: Antral Kangfog* . A Australian Bomewmpan- a ion » . . - A AimtEffie'eiaijanaB A . Aj®1«, Walton's A Alexander ^BeSroae, me- J- - moire of ? A , Adventures of a Dog Almos^or CrookedWays A Awicnlsr ecuafesslans- 2 A vols* ' . & Adventures of Captain ni*W * i Antonina, w the FsU of J Koine 1 Barns* Songs imfi Poems . %i Britannias JPastoraXs 1 -BoyHs Own Story Book - J Bremer's : Woarto . * Bible Portraits - 3 Baptismal Kent, t-y©r- l CuHiiiung' Boy^e Own Book of* Boats 3 Brewer's Family { B«ci»Ra's DomesUo Meai- J eiae . , Billiards, by Captain Craw- i ley J ' Bunn House Boy's Handy Boot ol J J Busy HsuwU. aad^Patie&t J Hearts ^ Broken Sword ' J Burgomaster of Berlin _ ^ Botany, Pictorial Edition ] Kand of Christian Graces J Boston Boys \ Boy's and -3*rls Illustrated 3 fcrift , ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 6 October 1866

^^^'^^^^EpaaasNp. ^ ^ y«^flg^» ^a^offlhy Ma«3uuesef otmji abeoS^^owwIe'^^w^* $takShitKst-» Sdo or , . - ,.1,; : ,...J' JV- r^'V.f:v^^L^v,^^,V,v ^ OaWler Coach and H&ehixft Hamifaetory, * j :j £, Hi BT IN 4fe Co., ^Hiiis^ysi-iL SfcfifiwO ?' X!OACHBUILDEHS, S4AC1&N1STS, /ESPC., ^ t)£G to gretura their-sincere ihatffcs'for: 'i 1 J -paatfavors, and to inform ftar iwwta *od ther#W5o,thattfeej^coothtti€to*uppiy the -Best, Lightest, Stronge**.®1^ most 'ServieiMe Which give greater satisfacfeionto^ajmeretiian ?ti^e-ifa!^y«-tber makexa, j VH ' ' Al«s ; 3 'WlJfNOWSNS} MACltfNES, G*G&, ' PAGNELLS, BUGGIES, WAa(K)«M«, ? CARTS, D&AYS, 'WAGGONS, - ? &-s~, &e^ ? ? 'i-tfttfSc Hornleet %wwi, ' warranted ©fl^stseasoned^uatenaasiaildwork maushipvafldatmoderateiyrlces. ... _ ,, A^&udof Vehicle made-or repiSttxl &t &e shortest uotie*?, ] Orders by post ^actually attended to. i ; Hikp iraK A»»»kS6— JL MARTIN & Co s - Murray-s...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 6 October 1866

MARRIED. ALDENHOVE N-+-IA EHNE.— O - the 30th September, at St. George's Ghurch, Gawler, by special licence, by the 'Rev. Canon Coombs, Mr. Hermann Aidenhovea, ef Bungaree, to Augusta Theresa, daughter of Mr. .John T. Iaehne, of Gawler. DEATH. McCORD — On the a9th September at Mana nerie, North, Mary, .the beloved -wife of James McCord, Esq., and second daughter of ^Robert McCord, Esq.. of Maryville, Gawier Hiver, aged 39. Much and deeply regretted. ®{je j . ? - ? ? ? ! ? .. .. i GAWLEE: SATURDAY, OCT. 6, 1S66.

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THE GAWLER MARKETS. [?] Office. Friday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 6 October 1866

[?] [?] i Jloar iSljl lite, to £14 toq.^: . Bran,l*. &d^ i«udllB.€d. ??? . ? i] Oate and Bio-ley, none in stock. 'j H«y.^B4 lrt,. to JB5£er$on» »j . /_ / Mntton, hiod-quorters, «'?d. Jper ;lb.; ^fore qntitos td. IWf.Ad.toJ7d. ®er lb. Veal, 8d. per lb. ' Pork, 9d. to' lod. per lb, ^ -f - Veoexam^bs. . ? . Oreen Peas, Ib. 8d. per peck. -CabbageVSd' to 5d. each. i' Turnip8,4d. perbunch. **'-H Carrots, 4d. per bunch. -? 1Ca«Sflo'yer8- -3d. to-6d. i! Onions, (Jd. per lb. , Parsnips, 4d. per bnnch. ~ ; Potatoes, 9s. 6d. per cwt. W New Potatoes,-2d. per lb. Seed Potatoes, 10s. 6d. Kadishes, lid. per bunch Parsley Id. per bunch. Celery, 6d. to 8d. per head . FBDtt / , Citrons, 4d. each Rhubarb, l&per lb. , . v Apples, 4d. to^d. per U- . ,-:u tPears,4d.tb6d.,per lb. '*? Xenons 2d. to 6d. «Mdiu - C^angeB,&om le. 6d. toas.perdoz«i. ' i?oaatoM'3d.j-erlb. Dairy Proddce. 'SifUer, la.v4d. per lb. 1©& per doz. |

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 6 October 1866

HOIXOWAT'S OlSTMFNT AKD PttiS.— IlEABTT AND Heajuthv. — The experience of thousands, both at home .and abroad, has amply demonstrated the power pos sessed bv-those healing: and purifying remedies of re- . moving cataneous'erapfions, repairing: ulcerations, 'and relieving fistulas are abscesses. These hidden evils frequently rob life to every comfort, through the re luct aiiee of the snfl'er to expose his infirmity. Hollo wsy's Ointment fcupersedes such dreaded publicity by placing , within the reach of all jft&ln instructions for curing: themselves, without any danger, aud without j the necessity of mentioning their malady to ' any imc. The Ointment and Pills will likewise cure bad lejrs, scabby rashes, and those blemishts which arise from the abuse of mercury and of other deleterious drug's.

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ORIGINAL POETRY. BONNIE KATE, OR THE CONFESSION. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 6 October 1866

ORIGINAL POETRY. BONNIE KATE, OB THE CONFESSION. Some sigh, for wealth and riches, And sadly mourn their fate; But gladly would Z give my all, For just one smile from gate. Her form Fve viewed so often, I've listened to her voipe, And lov'd to hear its harmonv. And wondered at its choice. She cannot know my passion; She all nay hope defeats; She guesses ~0fc that for her, A ti&art so fondly b^aia, Long and weary are the hours.; For just one word Fd sigh, ' * And Q&ll down blessinirs'on Frar?i Eiifl, who' dwdU§ ^ L LE0'

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LYNDOCH. OCTOBER 2. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 6 October 1866

? - ^cI«yOTOCH---,-, ??(F rom a cotriespondent.') : October 2. Mr. Toiui Williams* tlie wcll-knowTj temperance advocate delivered^a lecture at the Baptist Chapel on Priday evening, 28th. September. * '93ie^ ohapel -was -well filled on ffie opsa&on. At .tbe ^conclusion of , the lecture a .number of persons signed the. pledge, .^inch .wiil.no donbt .be suffi cient encouragement for the lecturer to .favgr jig ag^in. AltbougU Mr. Williams .resides in this neighborhood, .the people of Lyndoch thave -never bad an oppot tunity Of hearing him lecture before. . The 'fifth anniversary .of the Loyal Lyndoch Lodge of Oddfisllows was cele brated on . Tuesday last. .Only 20 brothers .assembled rat ,the - hour .ap pointed. These marched to -the Baptist .Chapel, where an .excellent discourse was delivered by 'the Rev. 3V. J. Houe,: after which they proceeded through the ;town ship 'headed by the Ro'wl^md's Plat 'brass baud. The .dinner was got up .in a manner which reffected the highest cre...

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WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 3. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 6 October 1866

Wednesday, October 3. j A few minor matters having been disposed of Mr. Townsend moved for an address for .£1000 for improving the banks of the Torrens. The motion was seconded, by Mr. Fuller, and after considerable discussion negatived. On the motion of the Chief Secretary, the Botanic Garden Bill be read the thiid Ume. ' ' f ^ ' -fj S. ^2 .. w * - - 1 Mr. Sfcrangway» ^pved its re-committa^ which was carried. , - ' * ^'he Hon. B. T. St*$|igwsys moved for as addreaa to His Excrflenpy .for jWi examination Wto the capabilities of -the^Cepisaig for navir wa# carried. , Jpx. Strangways proposed * resolution ' ' - estaMisoment Jpt .toll® -on the' v Port B-»d, 'Which was not Cari^ed- , -Mr. Caven^h m oved for the ^um of 'JE1&0, for compensation to- Mrs. Bngga^late matron carried. - The ^iulltulion Ameicdment -Bill --was again diBC-Ksed, aad after several long speeches &rough Ck-lttmittee. ; . 7

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SOUTH-EASTERN DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 6 October 1866

SOUTH- EASTERN' DISTRICT. It will be seen by the following extracts from the last number to hand of the Bonder Watch that the South-Eastern Pistrict forms no. exception to the favor able prospects of the colony : — The Weatheb, &c.—Y esterday morn ing we had another very sharp frost, and it is feared ihe gardens -wiU have sufff-r«a ?somewhat. The late moist weather haa been very favorable to the crops, which have been making great progress, and look very healthy. .Grass is getting abundanpfc. The AdiiiAtde Telegraph Line. — We learn that the repoling of the Telegraph. Line between Wellington and Mount Gambier has now been completed, aud that the line is in a very satisfactory con ditiou. Mr. Beckwith reports that ip ping along the line oyer Mount Muir I head Plat, he found that one of the poles had been struck by the lightning last ^'eek- The insulator was smashed and the lightning descended the pole, cutting a groove ip. it similar to what a bullet might be expected to make...

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WILLIAMSTOWN. October 3. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 6 October 1866

WILLIAMSTOWN, : [From a Correspondent.! ?October 3. 5t is njy agreeable duty this week -to have to record a most pleasing occurrence —viz., the marriage of Mr. 3Bdward Gaston, of this township, to Miss Peue l.ope Xtawson, daughter of the late Capt. Lawsdu. Upon this fact .being made known a large number of persons assem bled 111 -front of the bridegroom's house, where they were -liberally regaled with wine and cake. The festivities were kept tip till a somewhat late hour, songs beiug sung to the accompaniment ,of concer tinas, tin cans, &c. The health of the happy^ couple having been givon, .and with it three tremendous cheers, the assembly dispersed. I understand there . are one' or two more of these lively events on the topis in this neighborhood. A subscription has been set on foot on behalf of a German settler ^residing in this neighborhood, who last two valuable horses whilst attempting to cross the river during the late floods. 2 understand our Minstrels are going to g...

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PARLIAMENTARY PROCEEDINGS FOR THE WEEK. LEGISLATIE COUNCIL. THURSDAY. OCTOBER 4. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 6 October 1866

PARLIAMENTARY PROCEEDINGS ' FOR THE WEEK. j LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. 1 Thctrsdav, Octobbr d. 'I After some preliminary business had been disposed of, the Hou. J. H. Barrow enquired when the writs for electiou to the Council would be returned. The Commissioner of Public Works replied that he expected the writs frould be returned on the afternoon of Monday next. The Law of Partnership Amendment Bill was read the first time. A return of civil service officers, for whom the Government have giyeu paid guarantees was laid on the table. The Hon. John Baker moved that a copy of the 'proceedings of t^e Printing Corn mittee leprae last year, shall be -laid on the table. After considerable discussion, the motion was negatived. The Council adjourned I3U Tuesday next. ;

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GAWLER POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 2. [Before Mr. R. J. Turner, S.M.] [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 6 October 1866

GAWLEB JPGLICE COURT- H Titesday, Octqbeb 2. [Before Mr. 3J. J. Tpxner, S.M-3 .1 John Baiter was charged with being drunk and disorderly in Murray-street, and pleaded no^guiltyl Police-constable Mee proved the case. Joined 5e. Stephens v. Maktin.— Case of assault. Ellen Martin being called did not answer. It was intimated that Mrs. Martin had. stated that.she would not- attend. Harris Stephens, wife of William Stephens, deposed that Ellen Martin said she would nQt„ appear. Case adjourned for a week, ^hen if dant does npt appear, a warrant will be issued returnable immediately. John Thoma% Monro was charged with depas turing a cow on the Park Lands without license. Fined Is. and costs. — Miles was charged with a similar offence with a like result. * — ElderfiSA was similarly charged, and also fined Is. and costs. : ^EUen Martin was charged with depasturing cows on the Park Lande xithout a iicencg. Thomas jtutehinsou deposed .that he saw cows belonging to Ellen Martin, who had no lice...

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TUESDAY, OCTOBER 2. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 6 October 1866

jTcesday, Octobe® 2. A vacancy in the representation of thei Hons* was declared, Mr. G. W. Cole having resigned his seat for the Burra. A writ would immediately i-e issued On a question .asked by the Hon. Mr.: Strangways, a discussion ensued on the presents state of ' monetary mattery. The 'general :: opinion appeared to be that the public works' could be carried out withont withdrawing the ' Government balances from the ^anks. Some speakers thpught the Goyem^ient should1 in troduce English capital, and the opinion1 generally was that forbearance should be; exercised where practicable. The House resolved itself into a Committee of Supply. On the moving of the first item of ? ihe Estimates, Messrs. Colton and .Bright spoke at considerable length in reference to . the financial policy of tha Ministry. Messrs. Martin and Cavenagh also addressed the House. ; The Testamentary Clauses Bill was discussed in Committee.

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SOUSE OF ASSEMBLY. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 28. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 6 October 1866

SOUSE OF ASSEMBLY. 3 Friday, September 28. A quantity of routine business was dis patched. A conversation took place on the sulyect of Mr. McKinlay's expedition to the Northern Territory, and a letter was read from him agreeing to send in his diary tind sketch of a report and route that evening, in order that the details might through the press find.their way to England. A conversation al$o took place on the sub ject of Government balances at the banks. Mr. Cayenagh's motion respecting the late Hospital enquiry Jwas Jdiscussed and carried. Messages were received from the Governor, approving provision of J51,000 being made for an Institute at Mount Gambier, and -£500 for. repairs of the Port-road. Correspondence was laid on the table rela tive to the Northern Territory, and also Major Warburton's account of his exploration in the North-west. Mr. Finn^ss's petition was ordered to be printed. The Botanic Gardens Bill was read the j second time, and passed through Committee. ' The House...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 13 October 1866

Educational. JAMES M. SKEWES has pleasure in informing parents and guardians in Gawler and vicinity, that he will open a SCHOOL in the WEBLEYAN CHAPEL, Tod street, on MONDAY, the Sth of October. J. M. S.. assisted by Mrs. S., will be happy to receive boys end girls, to Teach them in all the usual branches, of an English Educatioji. I Terms, (same at licensed schools,) on appli cation at the Schoolroom. | Notice to Young Gentlemen. BOAED and LODG-IKG-, situated in Finniss-street, east. Apply at the Bunyip Office, Gawler. Mrs. EENNIE, PHYSICIE N'N E, (FBOM iONUOIT,) MAY be CONSULTED DAILY, per sonally, or by letter, [with 10s in tamps,] in. all ordinary hopeless cases, male and feniale. G&eote Steeiit. Adelaide. New Book, nearly ready, MES. EENNiE'S ' FAMILY PHY SICIAIT and AUSTRALIAN MEDICAL ADVISER,' in all diseases, drawn up from ; over twenty years' extensive-experience, adapted i to Coloniai diseases. i May be ordered at her residence, or at the Booksellers. I KOSSITER'S ...

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SOUTH AUSTRALIAN RAILWAYS. TIME TABLE. PORT DIVISION.—Week Day Trains. DOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 13 October 1866

SOUTH AUSTRALIAN RAILWAYS. TIME TABLE. JPobt Division.— Week-Dsy Trains. ? oovry. ? Adelaide ? departureji-30 S'le 1115 1-40 3 30 SJiO Siowdeu ? „ t-3i S'lS II I 9 1*44 3-34 6.24 Wood villa ? . . „ 7*42 9-2t 11-37 1.-52 3 '42 S-32 J^lbertou...... „ 7*60 9-35 11-35 2'00 3'50 5 '40 Port, 'arrival ........... jb-qo 3-45 11-45 2'io 4-00 sso ? PR ? .Fort ? depart ure[9-20 i io-l5 12-45 1 2-30 4-30 6-io Albertoil ? „ le-24 j 10-19 12-49] 3*34 4-34 6-15 WoodvUle„ js-32 10-27 13-87 } 2*42 4*42 6*25 Bowdeu .... „ 18-48 j 10-35 1*05 | 2~50 4'50 6*35 Adelaide.... arrival jg-so 1 io-4S 1-15 ( 3-00 5-oc 6-45 fOBT Divisox. — Sunday Trains. ? ? pqws. ? Ad^aiile ? .departure! s oo 1 1-30 1 3-30 1 5-30 Sowden ? „ J 9-04 1-34 l 3-34 5-34 Woodvilte ? ? { 912 1-42 i 3-42 6-42 Albetxoa ? .i. „ j $-20 1'60 1 3*50 5'50 Port ? iutiraL ) 9*30 2-oo J 4-oo e-oo ? DP ? Port — ? ? ..depaiture, iooo j 2-20 4-30 6-30 Alberton ? ? ? „ j to -04 1 2-24 4-34 6-34 VTooaville ? „ j 1012 J 2-42 4-42 6 42 liowden ? ? j 1...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 13 October 1866

A dvt. — Holloway's Pais.— Palpitation of the heart is frequently not only felt, but heard; it prevents sleep, and begets the utmost dread of impending suffocation. These Pills ara particularly recommended for removing thie affection, because they strengthen the nervous, and the debilitated, who axe much more liable to *Jus malady than other persons. . Holloway's Fills so .improve the digestion, increase thd action of the liver, and give activity to the' bowels, that giddiness, headache, and nausea depart as the palpitation diminshes, and the suiferer 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, infiama tions, neuralgic, and all chronic diseases which have impoverished the blood and brain.

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Farmer's column. THE CHINESE POTATO. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 13 October 1866

[?] THE CHINESE POTATO. . It is no great aecret by - that : fiie Chinese are in come reBpectsbetter gardeners than ourselves, iu riding through the townships it is striking to bee iiie Chinese gardens green 'with vege tables, while those of their European neighbors are perfectly bare. They axe fast teaching us ike use of tiro great; improvements at least, namely, liguid manure and irrigation. Jt ie bj the i -i #' il ' ? _1 ? ? - v ? J— ? _ '' neip -» iaese moae, jprouuee 'such enormous quantities ofeabbages and lettuces. A -still more important point in tho horticultural knowledge of the Chinese is the number , of valuable I vegetables with which they are acquainted, of which, as yet, we tnow little or nothing, Chinese potato is one of these. It can hardly be said io be un known in Europe, as it was introduced into France eleven years ago. In Aus tralia, however, we suspect it is quite a novelty. That both soil and climate among us are suitable for it is evident from 4he vigor of th...

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WANT OF CONFIDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 13 October 1866

WANT OF CONFIDENCE. The Hon. Thomas Beynolds never yet felt want of confidence in himself, but ha invariably feels want of confidence in any Administration in which he doss not chance to be a member. Accordingly he feels want of confidence of the present Groyernment, and however disastrous a change of Ministry might be to the ennntrr bo WAiild if bo Tm'd Ao nnwa* ? ? j , pvnc i, ; effect that change, and in the scramble I which would necessarily ensue endeavor to wriggle his 'way to the Treasury Benches. We are nbt blind admirers of the present Administration, but we think that their removal from office at the pre sent juncture would lie a colonial mis fortune. They are men accustomed to public business. They possess sufficient ability to transact it well, and honesty to conduct it conscientiously. Moreover they have very important measures in hand, which would inevitably be retarded, if not icarred or obstructed, by another turn at the present moment of the poli tical kaleidoscope....

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Varieties. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 13 October 1866

fariefo. A Biddle. — Why is, a thief yonr only true .philosopher? — Because he' regards everything from an a&strorf point of view, is opposed to - all notions of protection, and is open to con viction. The proprietor c-f a town site in Hereford advertised his lot$ for sale in this wise : — 'The town of ? , and surrounding country is the most beautiful which Nature ever made. The scenery is celestial — divine; also two waggons to sell and a yoke of steers/' Lord North, who was not fond of scientific nmaix luinir nsVtvl to faibsmbR to ^ha Anffiemt Coneerts, refused- ' But your lordship's brother, the Bishop of Winchester, subscribes,' nj-o-ed the applicant. ' If I were as deaf as he I would subscribe too,' was the reply. Who Require Sleep Most. — Women require more sleep than men, and farmers less than those engaged in any other occupation. Edi tors, reporters, printers, and telegraph ope rators need not sleep at all. Lawyers can sleep as much as they choose, and keep out of ;...

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