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A FRAGMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 3 November 1866

A Fsagxbkt. When fierce Orion plougiis the warring deep, And laboring crews their stormy vigils keep ; When Boreas, blustering through tue voidiess plain, Pours forth his hosts, a wild^tumultuous train j Then let the student barn tue inidaignt oil, ine weary laoorer siomoer trorn ms tou ; Let Lovor, tired by Love's impulsive flame. With ardent speeches woo his chosen dame; Let sp.nster burglar hear in every blast. And pray that iocits may keep her chamber fast; Or, wiiiist the Virgin clasps her trembling hands, Bemoans her sea-boy tost on distant sands ; I'he poet dreams in « eird-iike fancies bound, Ani captives groan in dungeon gloom profound, Whilst 1 take down my gun, puc ou my hat, And brave the storm to shoos that 'cussed cat 1' — 3jtn i'riaciszi Pajcr.

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HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 26. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 3 November 1866

HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY. Friday. October 26. After a quantity of routine business had been dispatched, Mr. Sutherland moved that the conditions for the survey of laud in the Northern Territory, and for the vessel s.uhng to Adam Bay, be* laid on tho table. Agreed to. The call of the House moved ior Dy i-ir. Bright having been m*«-do, all the members answered to the call except Messrs. Gordon and Riddoch- The latter had leave of absence. The adjourned debate on the proposed con stitution Act was then resumed. The motion before the House consisted of a motion pro posed by the Chief Secretary. 'That the Constitution Act Amendment Bill be now read a second time.** To which tho Hon. H. B. T. Strangways had moved an amendment — To strike out all the word3 after ' Th it ' with a view to insert the following , It is undesirable to proceed with the consideration of the Bill intituled 'An Act to amend the Constitution Act,' until there shall have been laid before this House the Bill iutitutled 'An A...

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THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 1. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 3 November 1866

Tuck sd ay, November 1. . . Several questions were asked and repl'cd to. ; Tho lion. T. Eider carried a motion for ths production of a despatch aud correspondence rotating to a memorial addressed to Her Mtijest v by Mr. Hance in Saptemb°r, 186 If. The Hon. Captaia Bagot carried his motion, ; Bligluiy amended, tor uovernmont guarantee ou the construction of railways. . The Botanic Garden Bill was read the second tirno, and passed into committee. Tho Postal Law Amcndmont Bill, aud the Supreme Court Revenue Jurisdiction Bill wen each re.id the third time, and passed. The Council adjourned until the following Tuesday.

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Poet's Corner. THE MUSIC OF CHILDHOOD. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 3 November 1866

ISoft s ©Dmtr, . THE . MUSIC O.F . CHILDHOOD. .? When I hear the waters fretting; . , ? . Wheo I see thetehesnct lattipg, ' AU her lo^ely blossoms 'filter do-n£ I tblnV ? Ala^the day!' t' Once, with^ magical sWeet sieging, Blackbirds set the woodland ringing That awakes no moro while April hours woar' , themselves away. In our hearts fair hope lay smiling, - * Sweet ra air, and all beguiling; And there hung a mi3t of bluebella on thft' slope and down the d-dlj- ?* And we talked of joy and splendour * ' That the years unborn would reader— And the blackbirds hciped us witli the etary, for tliey knew it well. Piping, fluting, 'Bes3 aro humming April's here, and summer's coming; Don't f orget us when you walk, a man with men, in pride and joy; Think on us in alleys shady - : When you stej a graceful lady ? For no fairer daya hare wo to hope for, littlf girl and boy. i/augn ana ptay, u lisping waters, Lull our d ocrny sons and danghters. Corns, O wind, and rock their leafy cradle is thy ...

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NEWS FROM THE PORT. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 3 November 1866

NEW# Fjl05lrTHE POST. . Mr. Bunyip. — Having just arrived in my: o'd neigh boriiood.JPort Adelaide, I thought I would take a walk round and see the iniprovementi-, having spent a pleasant evening with an old friend, after having exh»usted the various topics of the day, he kinjlv shewed me several numbers of your publication, which I feel highly amused witb- those articles relative to the Port, those conversations betweeu the puuip and Custom House, bus I did not like the feeling of that magnificent piece of magni ficent architecture that stands opposite the building known as the Town Hall, and a very haiids.xnc affair it is, and the Port people may well feel proud of it, though many express them -elves very indignant aaout that old fellow opposite, who feels himself sorely aggrieved fit the fiiie youthful and vig -rous ap-uarancc of the Town Hall, and I aui told he is sorely jirieved at certain expressions he made use of during the Hall's infancy, by telling him he had a pepper-box ...

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SOUTH AUSTRALIAN RAILWAYS TIME TABLE. PORT DIVISION.—Week-Day Trains. DOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 3 November 1866

SOUTH AUSTRALIAN RAILWAYS. TIME TABLE. l'o»T Divishk*.— WwV-Uny Trains. . J ? down. I ArteUilk' ? (U-pwUlwa-aO 916 1 «-15 1H0 1 3-301 &-30 ItmvtiCII....... »1S 111 19) HI 3-3*1 s.34 Wood villa.... T42 9-21 11-2T 162 3'4Sl 5'3'i AlUsl'tUII ? „ J'50 9-35 j U'US »-00 :( £() ft-40 l'ort, arrival ? fe-QQ .9 45 1 114b ytu 4-»)la-5o ~ . IIP. ? - ' ' ? . l'ort — ,'... -tep«rtim'18*so 1 l-m , 12-45 . 2 31; ( 4-30 ft-10 Albert on.... ^ ls-24 1 iota 1 1249 1 1 4^34! *--n Woodvilte .. ' ,, ' 18-321 10 2* 1 12-&1 1 3-42 1 4-421S-2S Bowdtn.... « .IH-40 1 10-351 rosl 2ft0|4-50|6-3S Adelaide.... arrival jStol 1045 1 115 ' 300 ' S-Qu|6-4S . ? ? l'oar Divibon.— Sunday Train*. Down. ? - : Adelaide,,., ? ...departure 1-30 399 0-30 Bowxlcn..... ? n 0-M 134 3-34 634 Woodvl«e...„ ? ? „ S'la 1*43 3 '42 S-42 AlbeitOD ? ? „ 9 '20 1-60, 3*50 S'60 l'ort ? .....arrival. $-3» aoo 4-00 600 ? UP ? ' ? Port ? ? ? departure io-M- , 3-20 4-30 6-30 Alberton....\ ? „ 1004 1 2-24 4-34 C34 Wood villi' ? ?...

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WHERE'S THE MONEY GONE TO? [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 3 November 1866

Wilt HE'S THIS MONEf GONE TO ? Mr.- Barrow, at the meeting cf- the &irittlificld Farmers1 Club, asserted that money was never scarcer in tho colony than at tho preaeut moment, and nobody contradicted him. Wo believe that the assertion would bo confirm f-d in any and every locality throughout the colony, aud how is the fact to be accounted for? That the property of solvent men is being brought to the hammer; that pro fitable business establishments arc neces sarily abandoned ; that tradesmen, artisanB, and laborers, with their families, are constrained to be content with ha'f meals, or to encumber themselves with debt if they have sufficient credit for the purpose, are bald facts. That the public Treasury was recently groaning beneath a plethora of money, amounting to hulf a-inillionof sovereigns, is 'an equally in controvertible fact. The question then naturally arises — Where lias the money gone to ? Air. Burrow, at the meeting already referred to, solved the mystery. He sa...

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GAWLER INSTITUTE. COMMITTEE MEETING. TUESDAY OCTOBER 30. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 3 November 1866

GAWLEtt INSTITUTE. COMMITTEE MEETING. Tcesdat, Octobek 30, Present — Messrs. Burkitt (in the chair), Burton (Treasurer), J. W. Lewis (Hon. Sec.), Mold. Thomp, Ferguson, and Gordon. The minutes of the preceding meeting were read and confirmed. The Secret art reported that the particu lars asked for by Mr. Martin, M.P., had been furnished to him. Mr. Mold reported that he had caused the cottages to be put in repair vi a coat ot 33s. Mr. Tmorui* reported that the Book Com* mittco had purchased German .works to the amount of JC-3 to -fit?, and new English works to the amount of upwards of i'JO. .The new literary acquisitions were displayed^ on the table, and appeared to be an interesting and well-selected assortment. The number of volumes is about 203. Accounts wuro passed for payment to the amount of £3 3s. An account having been presented for refreshments on tho occasion of the ths itrical performance, the Committee x*solvel unani mously that they could take ao cognizance of the claim...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 3 November 1866

Aorr. — IJolloway's Pills. — Low Tempera ture. — Hot, cold, or unchangcab'e weather is very apt to undermine the health, unless the stomach be kept up to its higlrot digestive efficiency. Holloway's Pills improve the appetite, and so promote digestion—thus a large supply of new materials is thrown into the blood after every meal, whereby fresh vigour and activity are bestowed on every organ, aud ability to resist deasrase Is conferred on the system These Pills thoroughly purify the blood when it has been tainted by fogs, unwholesome vapours, improper food, or other impurities. No. medi cine equals* these Pills for removing billions complain ts, suppressing sickness of the stomach, checking flatulency, and acting as mild, yet effective aperients which axe suitable for cither tes,andsnjras*.

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TALK OF THE WAGS. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 3 November 1866

TALK OF T1IE WAGS. The talk (of the wags) is that the con stitution *»f the colony uiust l»«t a little longer, and that it is tough enough to do so ; that the constitution of tho Ministry in not weakened by the debate ; that on the contrary, it should have acquired strength from the copious doses of birls administered 011 tho occasion by Drs. lievnohls, Strangwavs, and Co. The talk is that the storm on Wednes day evening was a general flare-up, and that the empty no:ses usually attendant on flares-up played ' follow-my-leaior ' with due vocifer ation : that it was thundcr hu}]y hot befor« the lightening came, and t'.av, for a time, tho heat was not liqliicnei much ; that, as puri3cre of the atmosphere, we ought to hail such storms, ilthough we should not liko them to rei'jn continually ; that although, ac cording to the report of the Express, 'The thunder was not so loud as we have heard it before,' it was as loud as it was allowed to be, and that, moreover, the Express reporter nev...

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GUMERACHA LOCAL COURT. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 1. [Before Mr. R. J. Turner, S.M.] [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 3 November 1866

GUMERACHA LOCAL COUfiT. Thursday, Nutshb» 1. ] ^Before Mr. li. J. Turner, S.M.J Eixu-TT v. Gbeig. — Application for a new trial, li*; fused. [Before Mr. R. J. Turner, S.M., and Mr. H. DiWovin, J l'.] Talunga .Tnry List conufirmtd. Para Wirrj Jury l.tst Cim firmed. Tu;igkillo Jury List confirmed. Sonth Rhine Jury List confirmed. { Before Mr. 11. J. Turner, S.M.I Newlovk v. Macnamaka.. - Claim for £4 3s. Kichard Ifcwlove, the complainant, stated that defendant came to him two months previously about a sick horsa, and requested witness to go and see the horse. Went to Golden Grove. Defendant said if witness could cure the horse he should have what he liked. Gave the horse a drink aud cured him. On the first occasion was with the horse six hours. Charged two guineas, which wus a fair charge. Defendant refused to pay it. Cross-examined by defendant — Defendant did net offer witness 15s , but said he§bad cured the hone. James Macnamara, called for the defence, stated that he employed plai...

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VINEYARDS AND WINE-MAKING. SACKING OFF, SULPHURING, CLARIFYING. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 3 November 1866

VINEYARDS ajo- WINE-IMASTNG HACKING OFF, SULPHURING, AND CLARIFYING. In the course of the winter, as before directed, the wide must be drawn off from above the less or grounds which it will lutve deposited into clean casks, and this is called racking off% and it must be tulphured in order to prevent it from renewing its fermentation when spring returns, and the weather begins to grow warm. And this must he done whether the wine was sulphured on being first put into the casks or not. i This operation should always be per- 1 formed in clear and settled weather, for j stormy aud unsettled weather makes the wine muddy, and as the great object of this racking off is to purify tlie wine from all those substances which, when stirred up and mixed with it, would cause a renewal of the fermentation, it will readily bo understood, that the greatest care should bo taken not to disturb the lees. An augur-hole ia therefore to be bored in the end of tho cask which is to be emptied, about two inche...

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MUDLA WIRRA DISTRICT COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 3 November 1866

MUDLA WTRBA DISTRICT COUNCIL. A public meefin? of ratepayers was held on. Monday lust, th? 29th October, for the pur pose of electing a member of the Council ia place of Mr. Swra, who resigned. Mr. Seown occupied the chair. It was proposed by Mr. Scowh, and seconded by Sir. E. 31. Patterson, that.a rate be made of one shilling in the pound. Proposed by Mr. Nvnak, and seconded by Mr. Penoellkt, that the rate be sixpence ia the pound. Proposed by Mr. Colt.ieb, and seconded by Sir. Murpht, that the rate be ninepence in the pound. On the several propositions being put to the meeting thitfc of Messrs. Scown and Patterson for one shilliag in t!ii poand was carried. Mr. Barbow demanded a poll on behalf of a sixpenny rate, and Monday, the 5th Novem- - ber, was fixed by the Chairman for tho pur pose. The following candidates were nominated to supply the place of Mr. Scown: — Theodore Kneese, moved and seconded by Messrs. Adcock and Ward ; Brierly Worrell, by Messrs. Fisher and Brown ; Hartne...

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PARLIAMENTARY PROCEEDINGS FOR THE WEEK. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 30. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 3 November 1866

PARLIAMENTARY PROCEEDINGS FOR THE WEEK. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL; Tuksoav. Octodku 30. Two petitions having been read, tbe Hoc.. J. H. Barrow moved 'That an address be presented to his Excol leucy the Goveruor-in-Chiof, requesting His Urc-elloncy to direct eteps to be taksn for pro curing trial surveys of tho country between the Northern Railway aud lfooring.1, from Port Augusta or Port Terguson to some point in tlie Far North, and also ' in the South- ; Easiorn District, with a view to railway exten- ; sion, as approved by tho Couucil on Tuesday October 2.J.' j The motion was carried. Tho Customs returns for quarter ending 80th September were laid on tho table. Tho Postal Law Amendment Bill went through cominiitoe. The Council adjourned till the following Thursday.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 3 November 1866

Educational. JAMES M. SKEWES has pleasure in , informing patents and guardians in Gawler and vicinity, that he will open a SCHOOL in the WESLEYAN CHAPEL, Tod street, on MONDAY, the 8th of October. J. M. S., assi ted by Mrs. S., will bo happy to receive boys and girls, to Teach them in all the usual branches of an English Education. Terms, (same at licensed schools,) on appli cation at the Schoolroom. SALE OF CROWN LANDS Thursday, November 15, 1866. Crown Lands Office, Adelaide. October 3, 1866. NOTICE is hereby given that the following ** portions of Crown Lands will be offered 'or sale by public auction, at the Land Office, Adelaide, on Thursday, the fifteenth day of November, 1866, at eleven of the clock in the forenoon, at the upset price affixed to each lot respectively, on the terms and conditions and under the provisions of an Act of tho Parlia ment of South Australia, passed in the twenty first year of Her Majesty's reign, intitnled 'An Act for regulating the sale and other d...

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MUDLA WIRRA DISTRICT COUNCIL. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 3 November 1866

MUDLA WIRRA DISTRICT COUNCIL. TO THE EDITOR. Sir — There can be no question that a poundkeeper is ineligible to hold the office of District Councillor, and there is also the same view to be taken in the case of an hotel or public-house keeper, but to say either of them is ineligible for proposition, if when elected they intend to resign the calling, is going bevond fair play, particularly when it so 'hap- DCnS that til ft Chairman * ? ? VVU^UAUW w hold offico, although he has a publican's licence. Doubtless District Councils are a benefit to the community when they are properly equalized for the calling together the ratepayers to have a voice in the management of their affairs ; but a district 16 miles by five, which has its Council in one corner, is a thread too slender to add strength to the object Some reformation is need'iil as we pro &re83 by rail road. We must expand from tho hole-and-corner system. The resources of Mudla Wirra have not beeni the lot of every district;...

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SMITHFIELD FARMERS' CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 3 November 1866

SMITIiFIELD FARMERS' CLUB. . The anniversary of the above Club wm oelobrated on Friday . evening, Oct' £6, .by a pnblio dinner at' tho Smithfield Hotel. The chair was taken by tho President of the Club, Mr. G. Seoular. On his right were the Hons: J. H. Barrow, Thomas Hogarth, and tV. Cavenagh, M.P., and on the left L Glyde, W. Cavenagh, and H. £. Bright, - M.P.*b. Tho Vice-President, Mr. P. Rowland, wus sup ported by Messrs. Talbot, Broster, lunis. Vmd Gollop. After the Chairman had given tho j loyal toasts nsnal on such occasions. The Yich-Cjiai rsi an proposed tho toast of j the evening 'The Parliament of South Aus tr^lla,' and observed that judging from the number of members present, agriculture must be in the ascendant. (Hear.) He begged to coaplo the names of the monibors present with tbeto&st. ' ' ! Drank with lond chooring, ? -? Song, 'White Squall'— Mr. Broster. \ The Hob.J.H. Baseow responded for the fast toast. He said that with reference to personal consideration^...

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Farmer's Column. NOTES ON CROPS AND SOILS. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 3 November 1866

jf armas' -C olnuin. ? CW ? ? 3SOTKS ON CHOI'S AND SOILS. For some years past we nave been de pending ou tlio districts lying in the] direction of Daudenong— Mulgrave, 1 Morduillbc, aud Nunawading — for our! sopplies of cabbages in the summer and ' autumn seasons. It terras to be # pecu larity of some of the moist soils in these districts whichenables the plants to with- stand tho blight (Avlia iram«»},cotp-- bincd with a lib©*®* two of bone-dust, ? superphosphate, and Peruvian and phos minnn Ona of the most exten sive cabbage-growers places his chief dependence upon bone-dust and Peruvian guano. Charted bones in compost with other manures have also been produc tive of great benefit to the soil. Farm . yard dung tends to encourage the blight. From the same cause, turnips are grown - in only a few localities. Beans and peas, on the other hand, are found to eucteed * better on the lands contiguous to the Yarra and Plenty Rivers, the Mem and the Moonee Ponds Creeks, &c. Carrots...

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GAWLER POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 30. [Before Mr. R. J. Turner, S.M., and Mr. J. Pile, J.P.] [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 3 November 1866

GAYVLEU POLICE COURT.. - T«s«-ATiOnTwiai 30. PBefore Mr. 1L J. Turner, b.tL, aud Mr. J. Fa©»JJ?.l Gwrct- Harris waa charged with Illegally depasturing a tlocfc of sheep on thu 13th Octo 'ber on tho thrown Landu ia tho district of 'Barossa West. ; Mr RudaR appeared for defendant. . 'W. H. RuaseU stated that ho was Banger of tha District Council of Uarossi Vest. In conseqnenc* of informution received froth par* ties depasturing cattle iu thedistriet went to Cockatoo Yallsy Farm on tho 13th October. Saw a fiock of sheep depasturing ou an uroohd Sections 96, 97, and 9^ ia the district. Saw mat i:-ey* wcra oaag sunuoa on turso three sections. which were unsold. TJvejfe was u boy in chatge, mo told liim the sheep be longed to George Harris. : Then left him, and afterwards laid the information. '.-..? . By Mr. Rndall — Could not say what kind of j sheep they were. Believed there were lambs amongst them, defendant admitted to' him i that the sheep were his. He said his instruc tions to the ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 3 November 1866

Parcel IflBt; i DRAPERY PAKCKL addressed to A 9.SL Co/moor, Onetree ffiH. having been load fton* Dwy «* Friday evening letwoMa Ctarier and Oaetree ffill. fiudw iTi TntrnTall to driirst it u »41re®ci or to tha Prince AlbeiiBot^, Gawler, : : ^irluM ta-wlu be suitably jewswte* To let on leased BECKWITH FARM, of 236 Acres situated on the North Para River, about CKe and «. fcalf inilea from Gawler. '. ; The wellfcnown Property of the lato Thomas Etcbte, Esq., fenced and subdivided, with HOUSE and GARDEN, and now in tho occu pation of James Tile, Esq. ' ' Tenders for Lease not exceeding fivo and a quarter ^ycarj, from the 1st Janoary, 18157, will be received until the 1st December next. The Trustees are not bound to accept the . lowest or any Tende*. For particulars apply to GEOKGE WARREN, 86-90 licensed Surveyor, Gawler. ' Wanted A GOOD MILCH GOAT. Apply to Mr. T. F. Loutit, Gawler. HndTa Wirra District Council. A PUBLIC MEETING of tlie RATE PAYERS of the DISTRICT of MUDLA . WIRRA vas du...

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