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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 27 October 1866

FOSSIL E. 0ALE-AQEE8 No. 68 and 70, near ' ' tlfe Church, OKLEANA SQUAEE, and 167, facing the Park Lands, Gawler. Apply to FENjST & BAKEE, Solicitors, TS-c Gresban: -street, Adelaide. To be Let or Sold, THAT commodious BESIDES' GE known as FRENSHABI COTTAGE, situate in Gawler West, and lately in the occupation of Mr. R. J. Tomer, SJSL The property is situated within two minutes walk of the Railway Station. The House contains Seven Hooms, and Entrance Lobby; and there is a Stable * and Coachhouse, good Garden, Stockyards, 'Well of Water, &c., &c, For further particulars apply to Mr. F. Wilkinson, Local Court House, or J. Eudall, Esq., Solicitor, Gawler. LAND. LAND. LAND. TO be LET or SOLD, the undermen tioned PROPERTIES ^r SECTIONS 30, 82, 42. situated in the Special Survey, on the MTTEKAY EEVER. Also. 30 ALLOTMENTS situate in the Township of WELLINGTON, Nos. 689, 739, 855, 331, 633, 996, 265, 836, 174, 893, 951, 819, 541, 403, 519, 455, 888, 736, 868, 16. &am...

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THURSDAY, OCTOBER 25. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 27 October 1866

- * ' TmmsnAY, Octoeer 25. The Hon. T. Magarey carried his niotio'n relating to the Convicts Prevention 'Act with some alterations, and also his rnotaon for cooids of- correspondence relating to the Lande Titles B^steition Office. . ihe ^Telegraph Bill went through G-wh- mittee. The following B3JI3 were .earfi read the third time and passed:—' Third Judge and District Courts 'Act Amendment Bill, Limitation e? Suits. and Actions Bill, Violence to PersonB Bill, a&d the 'Law of Partnership Amendment BilL ; . ,5 ....... .T 'The House adjoumed tihtal the foKowifig Tuesday.

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Poet's Corner. THE GAME OF LIFE. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 27 October 1866

[?] , ' ? - THE GAME OF USE. ' called -Eucihre*— ? ^ (Though I ne ver have playedit fear pl easure ? orlncr^'s^' ' ? Y.\ .? ..t Tn -which, viienths cards are iu ojstns con ? diHou4 %*'* ^ TSte ^dayeas»4^apear i» havB.-Jchaiiged their : - postanal ^ ;.7'. l .V ' ^ v ^ - :.N A-n-? in aoonfidailltbM . - «Iihink Imayventure to 90 itatona/'* tHft gaias. 'tia g; whim of the bard's v A moral to draw from thfrt stamwh of cards, Aadto fancy he findsin the trivial strife Some excellent hints forthe battle of life ; 'Waste, whether the prize be a ribbon or throne, The winner is lie who can 'go it alono V' Wh en ^patGaineoprpdaamedtJiat /the world In. a regular orbit w^raaselesslywhirled, And got not a con vert for all of his pairns JJut only derision, and prison! and chains, ?^Tt moves for oILihat J' *ras his answering tons, JFor he knew, like the earth, lie could 'go it alonei . - 'When Kepler, -with intellect piercing and far, Discovered the laws of reach planet and star, ftnd doctors, who o...

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HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 19. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 27 October 1866

' 3IOTTRE OP ASSBT^tir. Fkidat, Octosbb 19. . e. . , 5tr. McCulioch, the new member £or tiua Burrs, took the oaths, and his seat. Same routine busiaess haying been disposed of, the debate on the Government proposition relating to -the -IJprthern Terrltory was con tinued and cdbfelnded. Several -speeches of ? considerablfe -length ^ere delivered, and the result was that the fiiafc^esolution was carried . ' ''juut-jr vi lpvu, jiuaiuvm venzg thirteen for, and eleven ; against, and thfe other three were negatived ^srithout a division. v . . . . TrasD^T, October 23. -A petition was presented firom inhabitaa^a ©f the Gilbert, asking for lan extension of the railway northward from Rose worthy. The consideration o£ the .Ejtimat^ was resumed, and several items were passed. 'The item ' Volunteer Military Force ,£20,565 {pro posed increase, ^£7,618 15s. ; proposed decrease, ^1,750, was ^liscussed at some length ]bj Messrs. Sutherland, Saafeo/fhe Chief Secretary, H-n. T. Eeynolds. H«n. H. B. T....

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TOLL-BARS. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 27 October 1866

£OLL-BAES. TO THE EIMTOE. * I Sir— I am rather timid aft attains sash a formidable opponent as the Editor of the Aiver ' iser , because I know the iTumense amouut of ieba.teable material be has at his disposal, , herufore f.jel riiherrelactant to d -ff my habiii Tieuts aud eater the arena with siict an an tswauist ; but} however, the battle is not always to the strong, nor yet the argument to those who ;an talk the most, and if I should succeed in getting a few hits well hOftee, it may be the meaus of Causicg him to h»ok rouad to see if ha has not rather overmatched himself iu tbrowicg down tl'e ga-iatlet. ° Having had considerable experience With horses in ihe carrying and coaching department ia the old conntiy, and a little ia this, there may be same sxepse for ajy intruding myself upon youi: notice. 1 Iri answer to the first Question—'* Do the people want tollbars?' — I must decidedly say yes, if they get good roads at the same time, but unless ttey do of course they don't want t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 27 October 1866

1?-*r Sale, mW^NTY ACRES of OATEN HAT. JL l tApply lo John. Oift, Crickle wood Farm, near Sheaoak Log. ' s ^f.B. — Further particulars inay t» obtained a& this? Office. - - ' October 27. 3 85-86. ' ? .-* ? ? ? ?? :T-; - . ? -* '..V|,-^ 'Board and Lodging ?pOB SINGLE ^N/TLEME^ JL Houee situatedbehind'the New Pos Office. - ' 1 «- - : Apply to 3£s. Michael O'Neil, Gawler. S5457. t ' ? (Late Deuljcd & Jacsman.) CABINETMAKER, UPHOLSTERER, and UNDERTAKER, 5 GAW2.EB. I fliST-CLASS^tra&Sm«GKEB' 'FDBKITnEE -of evciy description on «ale at theLOWEST POSSIBLE PBICBS. j -. . . * ; ? ?Pianoforte Timing. I Al. EBASEE visits XSawler t^ufcr ? terly. Orders left at this office, and 58, King William-street, Adelaide, will receive prompt attention. -i_ - ?. ??' .? ? . E. L. Grundy, Accountant, lasjd astd GESEBAL AGENT, CHCBGH SILL. GAWLER. Educational. JAMES M. SHEW US has pleasure in informing parents and guardians in Gawler and vicinity, that he will open a SCHOOLinihe WESLEY...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 27 October 1866

Jtechineandt^ HlflwnfflAtftnr. : HlIEEAT Sf ftEET, OAWLEIL ' ' ' j.r l a , - ' ? i - 'WHN vJOJSFUS,, ' ' ' '*: ' ... . On^he shortest notice snd-ffthebe3t materials '? - - ??* Timffrr Machines ot Qrerj xtaiie ts QidfiE- , .... Seoood^od Reaping Machines for Sale or Sue* ' ' Crawler Coach and Machine : -Hanuftu&arjv MU&BAY-STKEET, OAWkEB. E. : (LateT. & E. Maettn.) K^ACHBUILDEBS, Ji^HlNlSTS, ETO, BEG to return their sincere thauks tor pass favors, and to -inform their friends and the .public, that tiiey ooUtUHie to snpplv the Scstj'/ligftest, Strongest, and most Servidble Prize leaping Machines, . ^Vliioh fdre greater wtfisf action to Farmers than those of any other makers. Al«v . WINNOWING MACHINES, GIGS, PAGNELLS, ? BUGGIES; AY AGGON ETTS, spkIsg cabts. ijkays, WAGGONS. &C,-&C5 And have' on hand a stookto select from, warranted of best seasoned materials and worfc mauship, a»d at moderate prices, ? Any kindof Vehicle xxAd«^ar repaired at the ...

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GAWLER SHOW OF FLOWERS AND VEGETABLES. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 27 October 1866

GAWLER SHOW OP BLOWERS AND YEGETABLES. Tee first iloricultural and Itortieoltural skaw of tlie Gawler Society took place in tie Oddfellows' Hall, on Thursday last, and it was eminently sueeessful in every particular. ''Truth is strange, stranger than fiction, ' wrote Byron. In some cases at is equally eertain tliat truth must be eulogistic, more so than puffing. In such casee ihe narrator has: a dif&eult task to perform, because by absentees he will fee suspected of exagger ation, e-ven when he somewhat under states the matter*. We Temember sojne 27 j ears since a swede-turnip being -dug from an acre on South-terrace, Adelaide, which measured six feet in girth ; and we remember a brother-eelonist from the Emerald Isle telling us some months after that he had mentioned the turnip. to his friends in Ireland, and 'that, in reply, they urged that he must be mis taken in asserting that the vegetable was four feet in circumference. We remiuded fa'nfi that the actual dimensions wer...

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THE GAWLER MARKETS Bunyip Office, Friday Evening. GRAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 27 October 1866

THE tGAWLER MARKETS. ?aEa^fip Ctfke, j&-iday^EjTetOTg. - MjRAIN. , _ ' - - ?_ J Wheat— not -tonch offeriag, Xatest ^«ota tions, 3s. 7d'. per bushel. ' \r 1 Flour 28s. per bag, ^iS lOa^ per ion. Bran, Is. retai] Is. &d. ?Pollaid, Is. td ,-do., 4s. 9d. Hay, s£816s.-per tou, accordiug to quality FoH ls^Coirn, 3s 6d per bnfibel Bread,Sll)ioa£-4iJd. . Mut. . Mutton, hind-qtLarters, 6^sL 'per lb.; lore quarters 4|d. f . . =?. , , . . t- ? . ^mib.ftdtoJd.perlb-by the^uartear. : Beef, 4d. ta 7d. perJU. 'Voal tu-r lh . 1 '' Pork veyy scarce. , Tl'KGKrAIU.SS. J Green Peas, Is. per peck. Cabbages, 3d. to 5d. each. j Turnips, 4d^ per bunch. Carrots, 4d. per bunch. j OauliSo^veis, 3d. to 6d. j Ouions, 6d. per lb. j Parsnips, 4d. per bunch. 1 Potatoes, ;9s. Cd. per cwt. ' New Potatoes, 2d. per lb. Seed-Potatoes, 10s. 6d. Eadishes, lid. per bunch Parsley id. per bunch. . . Celery, 6d. to 8d. per head i Fwnrr j Citrons, 4d. each Khubarb, Is. per H-. Apples, 4d. to 6d. per lb Loguats...

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GALWER CORPORATION WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 24. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 27 October 1866

GAWLBS CORPORATION. WePNESDAT, OcXOBEB 24. Present — Councillor Cleuient( Acting Mayor), and Councillors MOid, Loutit, J^inch, and Delaiid. The minutes of tlie presesling ineejing were read suid confirmed. A eopy h? the bye-laws of the Adelaide Corporation was laid Oh the table. The Acting Mayor announced that Itli. L. S. Burton was the only candidate for the Office r-P An^ifn. A ? ? J.T ? C ? J _ ? i - , vx ttu'A ww tJiticivtio .viecutrtM umy electtsd. Th i Inspector's seport was read. It repre sented the Goose 'Island bridge as being in a dangerous .condition, t he middle portion bavin' been washed away. A letter was read frcm Messrs. Deland 'and f ardiff, asking permission to erect a verandah in front of the Old Bushman In™, and. for a definition of the height of the footpath. Referred to the Pnblic Woria Committee, - the result jto be reported to the Council. ' .; Another letter was rea-l from tho same firm, : a?king leave to fix a footbridge over the | wate:r-tabie in front of ...

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SALISBURY POLICE COURT. [Before Mr. R. J. Turner, S.M., Mr. T. Aubert, J.P., and Mr. J. Harvey, J.P.] [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 27 October 1866

SAU6BUEX 'POLICE COTTST. j [Btefoje Mr. R. J. Turner, S^KL, Mr. T. Anbert, ! : 'J .Pi»:ai%d3Ir. J. Haivey. J.E.J lAasaaatT v/Li^cBBftr.— Chsoge of deseirScn. 1 No appear an ote. Hill -v. McHo&sf.— Chaise cf Aesauli. ; 1 ^George -William Hill of Grj^ee Plains, fariaer, ? slated, tiat on the 20th, or 2 1st -September, coming to Salisbury, be 'saw -.defendant in his ' brother's paddock. - Defendant 'called hiin some bad names. -Semonakated Tvith d^ec dant-, lVa6 -on -hcassbaak. -Did uq£ vfitop. Uet«iaant roJiowed #uuj. Picked to. a stick.-, and slid he would knock him off the horse. - Cauglit liold ' Of witness by the leg, sEnd tried to poill -him otf. Then - challenged witness to fight. Seized the horse by .the iridle, -and, witness's hat fulling jq£l, det'endant kicked itl Got off the horse to recover big hat, when defendant struck him three limes^md tried to kick Mm. He etruek as hard ae he could hit. Both went to the ground together. . Cross-examined by defendant. Did not.;...

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"WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 24." [Before Mr. R. J. Turner, S.M.] [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 27 October 1866

'Wednesday, Octobes 24.' ^Before Mr. R. J. Turner, S.M.] IVUmot JPipor Uoberts was again chai-ged with feloniously euibesoding a cheque, the property of John Alien. Mr, Allen's evidence given at the former examination having been road, -tlie -witness exarained by Mr. Hudall, -stated that h-3 brio nevor before seeu the cheque produced laarkec A, nor had he authorised the prisoner to makt ^ ?any of -it. ?? ------ ? ^ . v James Liliywhita, accountant and teller at the Bank of South Ansti-alia, Gawler. Knet* tue prisoner as clerk to 'ur. ,;oan Alien. The cheque produced was not paid into Mr. xillenV accci^it, but ctshed ever the counter. Tiu es.a--.-s5raenfc Wd3 in the handwriting of rht prisoner. Did not recollect cashing it, but i was not paid in to any account. It was custo mary to fete the endo;s€iaent of persons for whom chequos w^re cashed. The chc^ue wa* ' passed ih exchange to the National Bank, Gawler branch. It was hot possible that- an; ; other person than, the prisoner coald...

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GAWLEE POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 23. [Before Mr. R. Turner, S.M.] [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 27 October 1866

GAWIiEE POLICE COITR7'. Tossijat, Octobeb 23. iBefoie Mr- K. J. Turner. S.5I 1 Pastj^iuge v. McCokxaok and Axglet. — 1 Mr. Turner for oomplaiuant, Mr. Budall for defendant. T. McCormack, and Michael Jnxie}er were charged with rescuing 15 head cf cattle law fully seized -&r the purpose of being im pounded. John William Partridge, of Lower . Light, the pl&mtiff, and Peter Blacken, in plain tilf's employ* proved the rescue. 'Counsel on both sides addressedMihe court. Defendants were tmzd 20s. with costs. PASTanxra v. McCobmack — Mrs. McCor mack was charged with allowing a bull above the age of one ysar to stray at large. Several witnesses were examined on both sidop, ar4 the cas- was dismissed Stewaet v. -Mastes. — yheorg9 Mcrtin was cliargad with assaulting his servant, Jessie; Stewart, on the 12th October at Gawler W cst^ The case was a very. trnmpery one, and the defeachmt was fined Is. and costs. SrsavAia* v. Mabtin.— Cxeove-e Mirtin was charged with refusing to pay...

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SALISBURY LOCAL COURT. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 18. [Before Mr. R. J. Turner, S.M., Mr. T. Aubert and Mr. J. Harvey, J.P.] [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 27 October 1866

SALISBURY LOCAL COUIIT. Thfss^ay, Octobbe 18.. [Before 33Ir. R. J. l*urner, S.M., Mx. T. Anbert and Mr. J. Harvey, J.P.] v. MoCabe. — This was a charge of slandoJ. The dimages were lfiid at i5100. Thomas O'Brien, son of plaintifr, examined by Mr. Downer, deposed that on the 13fch September, he saw defendant going to the* ploughing match. She agkad witness who im pounded her horses, replied 'we did.' Defendant then taid ' Your father is an old beggarly cor vie V ' You are a Set of con victs.' Saw her again a fortnight after, when she called witness's father ''another sider,' and said they worse.: a sat of robbers. Cross-examinetl by Mr. Brady. 'Witness was in their own H?ld. Defoudant was on the other side of ihe road it her own field. She said Tota LcSig could show where they came from. There had been a-dispute about a fence. Tha horses ware impounded from O'Brien's garden, and from land near the disputed fence Laughed because defendant Was so foolish. She seemed in a rags about som...

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LOCAL COURT CAUSE LIST. TUESDAY OCTOBER 30. DEFENDED CASES. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 27 October 1866

LOCAL COUIiT CAUSE LIST. Ttrssnir, October 30. DKIESOED CASES. Heanak^r v. O'Brien Cotrcx. iiussell v. Harris Wilkinson v. Pantcr Ol^rk v. Isfai-ihall J)a'ey v. Goliop JNihii x. Crollop Pile v. Weston and ethers.

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TALK OF THE WAGS. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 27 October 1866

[?] ? ? The ' talk (of the tjiatt ^he ? ctoi; -. .-'. ?- eiplorationscf^taia^^ ' been- 'la- .?*» jbopisB^ . .- Squeuog:; and pound fooHsh;^afetheyem-uldeither liire s^'piita ^ the ^adeBtioffeWrniiri^ilE^aoiaentaccom pnnied the territory -woald long ere this bsx% been ^/tfW,~far«thersviBe *than been- Sthat '^vhen the isiltject Wf 'the* 'defunct iunds over \tfhiehh6lder3*of 3aud- - ©rd^rs: nxenow -^©ariwttjr, o&d the^m»e 1 question how those funds * have ^beenj laid out is -discussed, those inditiduals ? should act thepartof trtHfrs; tbat the, eoxne parties will never be 'allowed -*»': rehearse their blander, -and again ??cast a . pall ovar- ihe propped® *«f tha specula tors in «o . appalling 3 manner; that henceforth fhey must be scrttsed down, ? xl^\A «rtf rmrrniftp/l fA-iPAmA Vmf: rtf ^imi* ? shell ; that there is no probability o£ their. bungling being heTeuftershroaded in mystery, or buried in oblivion. The , farther talk is that a general hepe pre-| vails that a flourish...

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FREELING. October 26. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 27 October 1866

FJiEELINGL fFrom a CorreepbnSeirt.1 October 26. The meeting called in yt«ir issue last week respecting ia District Council, and school trustees, drew a greafc nkmbsr of the neighboring farmers together, hat ' nothing was done in the matter. -N& one seemed willing to own ike baby, and so it lost its breath, and time waa frittered away till evening, when the members o'f the Light TarmerV Club mustered strong to listen to a paper read by Mr. Hanni gan, on the Yicto-ian l^nd System, which brought some Either: strango . affairs to ;light, and for a time one won dered if one was going, to get a peep into 'the fairy dand, for -the idea of ? :i ? ? : ? ? -xi. t -^.*1 i. coaensjs running wan. Juotraon cammies, and they intimately turning into living stalwart and prosperous farmers, Was iust as charming as the old ghost stories heatd by ;the fireside m -our boyhood. Doubtless the paper is &6d shows how grasping afterlandrare the wealthier classes' -On the VictorMi side, ^nd Mr...

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GAWLER LOCAL COURT. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 23. [Before Mr. R. J. Turner, S.M.] [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 27 October 1866

GAWLER LOCAL COUST. J *PuaSDAT, OCTOBEE S3. rBefbre Mr. Ii. J. Turner, S.M.^ . Guiii-AO£ v. Ckaxd 4Ni»Wffi. — Tx^j, was an 'action for £2 for the wrongful conversion to their own use by defendants of a Savings Bank pass-book. Mr. Eudall appeared for plaintiff, and Mr. Turner for defendant. * ' James Guiiagj, of Lyndoch, farm laborer, the plaintiff, deposed that he lodged with defendants about seven months since, and left his pass-book on the Adelaide Savings Bank with ihe female defendant when bo went to Kosewortfc-y. Witness returned five months after, and asked Mrs. Chai-d for the book. She replied she had missed it a'jout a week, and cou?d not find it. Did noi.s;)e--k to the male defendant about the book. Had previously ascertained that the money had' been drawn. Told her so, and she asked if he intended to pull her. Ha-i paid ^lS iuto the bank. CrOss-examin ad by Mr. Turner-^ LeTfc a Bible and two large bocks previously. Mrs. Chard asked witness if he was almi'd to leave his ban...

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CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH ANNIVERSARY. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 27 October 1866

CONGREGATIONAL CEUUCH AiSiKI¥ISSAEX. On' SanSay and ^ioiidjiy last, the 51st and 22rd October, the anniversary of the Congre gational Chureli, Ga,wier, -was oeleorattjd. ? On the forioervday tiro serinoas were preached by tiie Kcv. E. Griffiths, aSid-ca tiie lattoi- a tea sdeeting%3s held in the afternoon in ihe schooli-Qom and an aborning- tent, and a p&blio meeting in ihe evening in tlie eliapfeL The room and tent were sfcast-efully decorated; the Tiands were dicico/Tariei, and abundant, and the number of guests so great that successive' parties flirere entertained. U'he iadias tg* wiom the refreshments were famished ana dispensed were;, Mrs. -DniSeld, Mrs. Evans, Sirs. Korff, Mse- Bavies, Hrs. Buchan, «ad Mra. Austia -SHE I'UBLIC -aiSSXlKG. '^Oie Meeting, which was a very -full oite.VaB -Opened by a Uytan, wt by the Rev. atr. Evans pastor^of the chm-eh. The Eev C. Mantsospk engaged in prayer. ' Th^'H^r. Sir. Evaks apologised for the un avoidable absence of the fiev. Mr. l...

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Varieties. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 3 November 1866

tjatittits. Very Often expedients axe very inexpedient^ ?Men are 03 often valiant from vanity as from valor. Facts are often ujly things, bat falsehoods are always uglier. *' Where are you going?' said Selwyn to an acquaintance. 'To se-i a friend.' 'Well, I'll go with you, for I never saw one yet.' Prejudices are like .rati, and a man's »aih4 lilrA m fran* naf. in t^an T*- -r^ haps can't get out at all. A rich upstart onco asked a poor person if he had any idea of tue advantages arising from . riches. ' I believe they givo a rogue an advan tage over an honest man,' was the reply. A youag gentleman with an eu^uiriug mind wishes to he enlightened on the following If brooks are, as the poets call them, the most joyous things in nature, what are they ahrava murmuring about? .a. lady of somewhat dignified dcraaanOdr, having 1031- ber way, said to an urcaiu iu the 6 tree t, ' Boy, I wan t to go to Bond-street.' ! ' Well, marm,' replici tha boy, cojily walking on, ' why don't yon go there ...

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