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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 3 November 1866

CATALOGUE OT : Books of Geaeiftl l&texataxo ' ; ? ; \ v QN8ALB at ; .... W, BAJRNEFS, Btmgip . Newspaper . 'fI15B follewiBg Catalogue «f Bool^s on v : X* land «fc the above Dqjoiitary will bo 4ooU am «ow«neBt„^ the-nfynity el nndelii taaadaboat Oawlar, «f wbickit is . MMMiay to ramafk that th» Ib «*eiy dematmeat «t Literature axe of the newertanachespeBt editions, abo in handsome bindings, roitablq far either library or drawing ?crom, ud that thepricee ?xexedooe&tft too ? ao«t noaerate figures . . ' Ait Album Anxiosslnqnlre* Almanack. Oliver & Boyd's Astronomer Amusements, (be Book of Adeline, or Jewish Ufa Areberr ArbelT . Animal Kingdom Australian Homo Compan ion - - ? Aunt Kffle's Khymes ?Angler, Walton's AbaUtalBtt Afflicted Man'* Companion Alexander Betbana, me moirs of Adventure* of* Doe Almost, or Crooked ways Auricular confessions. S Tola. Adventures of Captain Blake or the CW of Borne Bnnis* Songs and Poems Britaimias Paatorala Boy's Own Story Book B...

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THE NORTHERN TERRITORY. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 3 November 1866

THIS NORTHERN TERRITORY. Thk present Ministry have acted very wisely in relation to the vexed question of the Northern Territory, and as even their opponents declared that whatever they might do would necessarily be wrong, we are glad that they harohad the wisdom to do wrong m the best possible way. ' We have not been able to give you the land you stipulated for,' virtually said they to tho land-order pro prietors, 'but we will give you back your money.' That was honest aod etiaighiforwaKl, but' it Wfl. Je-nJeJly 'wrong.' Nevertheless, it took the wind out of tho sails of an Opposition which was anxiously hoping for a refusal to return the money in order to raise a cry of faithless and dishonest repudiation. On tho House of Assembly now devolves the responsibility of supplying the owners of land with the article pur chased, and we doubt not the Ministry will be able to do so to the satisfaction of the purchasers, and to the eventual | advantage of North, South, and all the [ Austral...

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THE GAWLER MARKETS. Bunyip office, Friday Evening. GRAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 3 November 1866

THE GAWLER MARKETS. - Bunyip Office, Friday Evening. ; ti&ATN. _ Wheat — not much offeriiig. Latest quota tions, 8s. fid. per bushel. Flour 25s. per bag. «10pcr ton. Bran, Is. 4dM retail 16. $d. Pollard, Is. 7d , do., Is. 9d. ? NewHay from ^ 10s. per ton. Fowls* Corn, Ss 6d per buehel Bread, Sib loaf, 4d. Meat. . Mutton, hind-quarters, 6|d. per lb.; foro quarters 4§dL Lamb 6d to 7d per lb by the quarter. Beef, 4d. to. 7d. per lb. Veal, 8d. per lb. Fork very scarce. V BGETABbEgi ' Green Peas, Is. per peck. Cabbages, 3d. to 5d. each. Turnips, 4d. per bunch. Carrots, 4d. per bunch. . - Cauliflowers, 3d. to 5d. Onions, 6d. per lb. Parsnips, 4d. per bunch. Potatoes. 9s. 6d. per cwt. New Potftoe^ 2d. per lb. - Seed Potr.toee, 10s. 6d. Radishes, ljd. per bunch Pavsley Id. per bunch. Celery, Cd. to 8d. per head Fruit Citrons, 4d. each Rhubarb, Is. per lb. Apples, 4d. to 6il. |»er lb Loquats, 6d. per lb. Pears, 4d. to Cd. per lb. i Lemons 2d. to Cd. each. ! Oranges, from Is. 6d. to 2...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 10 November 1866

Ophthalmic Hospital, Gawler. rHIS Establishment is now open for the reception of PATIENTS suffering from Diseases of the Eyes — Consultations every morning before 11 o'clock. Physician, Dk. HOME POPHAM, CJiafied Hay tcr Sale JOSEPH TOFKG, of the OLD Sl^OT INN, Murray-street, Gawler, has made arrangements by which he will have CONSTANTLY ON SALE at his premises CHAFFED I' AT of the best quality and at LOWEST M^fcKET PRICE. 68-c To Let oil Lease. , ? : ? BECKW1T1I FARM, of 236 Acres situated, on the Nortel Para Sivefc about one and a half miles from Gawler. The well known Property of the late Thomas Stubbs, Esq., fenced and subdivided, with 1 HOUSE and GARDEN, and now in the occu pation of James Pile, Esq. Tenders for Lease not exceeding five and a quarter years, from the 1st January, 1867, will be received until the 1st December next. . The Trustees are not bound to accept tho lowest or sasy Tended | Fcr particulars apply to GEOEGE WMEEF, r S6-90 Licensed Surveyor, Gawler. LASD.'iAHD...

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SOUTH AUSTRALIAN RAILWAYS. TIME TABLE PORT DIVISION.—Week-Day Trains. DOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 10 November 1866

SOUTH AUSTRALIAN EAILWAYS. T13£E TABLE. Pob* Division Weck-IKy Trains. DOWN. Adriatic ? departure i'30 ? 9-15 11-15 ! 1-40 3 30 5-10 Bov.den ? „ 7*34 ' 919 11'19 144 3*34 5.24 Wootiviile ? ,, 7'42 9-27 11*27 1*52 3-4/2 5*32 AlbertOll ? „ 7 *50 j S-35 11-35 ] 2-CO 3-50 5 40 arrival ? H'tlO . 9 45 11-45 ' HIP 4 '00 5-60 ? IP. ? Tort ? departure 8-20 1 1«15 j 12-45 j 2 30 4*30 , €-10 Alberton.... „ S-24 I 1U1» I 12-49 i 2*S4 4'31 c-15 Wcodvilie .. „ S-32 i 10-27 1 12-57 j 2-42 4'42 6 25 Bowdt'U ? ? j»-40 i 10-35 I 1-05 2-50 4'5C 6 35 Adelaide ? arrivai s-so : 10 45 ] 1-15 - 3t)0 5-00 6 45 1'okx Uivikon.— Sunday TrainS »ows. Adelaide ? departure 9 00 1-30 .| 3-30 i 5-30 Kowdeu ? „ 9 '04 1*34 3 '34 I 5*34 W'oodville ? ,, 9-12 1-42, 3-4H 5-42 Alberton ? 9-20 1-50 3-50 6-50 Port ? arrival ' 9'30 2-00 I'OO 1 6-00 ? CP ? Port ? ? ? departure 1C-C0 i 2-20 4-30 6*30 AlbertOll ? „ 10-04 1 2-24 4*34 6-34 ?\Voodviile ? „ 1012 j 2 42 4 42 e-42 ltowden ? ? ? ,. 10-20:2-40 450 6-60 Adelaide ? „ ? iq...

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TALK OF THE WAGS. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 10 November 1866

[?] Thfe ^aidk (of Wags) is tiuitthej Register was rather severe in its talk last Monday on the House of Assembly in general; that the allusion to ' the kind of nonsense ' perpetrated by Mr. Stiangways, as xiontrasted with the opposite ' ^ujpa-drum ' honBense uttered by the Attorney-General, and the rest of the members, was fair enough ; that, 4-» xr. - 71 ? ? Jl _ w duo -ucywicr, uio ucuate was flagging until the member for West Torrens rushed in with flying colours, although he refused to waive the passed question Of the flag ; that 'the order of Strangways to Captain Douglas to 'piind his own business,' aud not keep 'inces- santly meddling with subjects not within the range of his duties ' was rich, exceedingly, fconsidering the quarter from which the reproof came ; that if a full length likeness of Mr. Strangways ! were substituted for the proposed em blems, -l Jack,' might still make his ! classical remark about ' the goose,' considerinng that the hon. gent, is i always 'stuffi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 10 November 1866

Advt. — Holloway's Pills. — Palpitation of the heart is frequently not only felt, but heard; it prevents sleep, and begets the utmost dread of impending suffocation. These Pills ars particularly recommended for removing thie affection, because they strengthen the nervous and the debilitated, who are much more liable to *ihiB malady than other persons.' Eolloway's Pills so improve the digestion, jpcrease -the ] aeiaon of the liver, and give activity to the . bowels, that giddiness, headache, and nausea ] depart as 'the palpitation diinintehes, and the cufierer at once experiences the most indes cribable relief from anxiety. HgUqtosl's .Pills form the best alterative and aperient in all cases of convalescence from fevers, inflama tions, neuralgic, ard all chronic diseases which have impoverished tho blood and brain.

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PARLIAMENTARY PROCEEDINGS FOE THE WEEK. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 6. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 10 November 1866

PARLIAMENTARY PBOCEEDINGS FOE THE WEEK, LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. Tuesday, Novejibkb 6. A message from His Excelleney informed the Souse that measures had bc^en adopted for making trial surveys of railw&i-s. The Northern Territory Land ' Bpgnlntinn^ were laid on the table by the Conj missioner of .Public Works. » The Hon. J. H. Barrow carrie^i his moidon for extending education into thetfar bnsh. The Payment of 'lVoops Bill was read the first time. ? The Botanic Garden Bill was tfead the third time and passed into Committee. * _ Tbubsdat, -NovembsI; 8. A petition from Mr. San^nel 1 omkicson wait presented by the Hon. Mr, MHdred, asking for enquiry into the mode of panducting- busi ness in the Surveyor-General's ?department. ? Hon. Captain Bagot oariied his motioi- for returns connected with, the tramway between Goolwa and Vietor Ha rbor. Bis Excellency attended, anil gave assent ta. the following Bills, namely, ''The Members of Appeals Court Protection, I Law of Partner ship Amen...

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Farmers' Column. CHESSEMAKING. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 10 November 1866

Jstm& €s%iK. -4 [?] withmost Of w» d&irteBirWia that this ifkSSm. of farming industry is being 'more studied and profi tabJy pursued. Everyseason the quality of this particular product hasshown a decided improvement, and our city friends have at last ? acknowledged that a . palatable cheese fcah be made In -Victoria. ,--3heese has been'eommand ing a ^6factoiyj|%Ewp^||mMyrt^tna,»n^ the making it matterof study with many 'who a year or two since would not d^ign to pay attention to what was .then termed wb't k-fitonly for women. The really splendid lots of cheese which the com Jttjtitors at the last March exhibition in Mel-: boi^e brought forward were well worthy, the ,yYyM»ftn bothiq^u&ntity and^quality, and they formed one of the best features of the show. The orise was carried -5f by 'the successful Tj-jnuer of the previous year — Mr. John Orlebar, of Tooraoi, Warrnaoabod, ; whose herd -of ?spjeatmi-eows, Wfl noaoe py «u»ta.-i8euieai, ts soon to be .brought t...

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HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 2. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 10 November 1866

HOUSE OF ASSilMBLY. Fbidat, Nove»i ;ee 2. _ A petiticc. having been reft d, and some ques tions answered, Mr. Fuller moved that it Iras desirable that Government should compete with private enterprise in executing jobs at railway work shops except in cases where the worfc could not otherwise be done in the colony. After a slight amendment the motiefn was carried. The Tolls Act Bepeal Bilj, the second read ing of which had been previ Dusly carried by a large majority, was defeated, on the third read ing by a majority of 14 to i*ine that it be read that day sis months. The Payment of Troops Bill was read the third, time and passed. The report on the Custon?J3 Amendment Bill: was agreed to. * The House adjourned ti U the following Tuesday. Tuesday, Novekbeb 6. -After some preliminary business, some pro gress was sa&de in the Estiap ites The Postal Law Atnendmea t Bill as amended by tire Legislative Council wa m adopted. ; The Botanic Garden Bill ; was received un altered from, ...

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Varieties. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 10 November 1866

Varieties. An Inspiring Sight for a glazier. — The early day when it breaks through the windows. Why is a young lady just -left boarding school like a building committee? — Because she is ready to receive proposals. If you wish to recollect a man's name go security for him. For keeping your memory fresh there is nothing like it. A debating sociefcy^has'under consideration 41ta AllAcflAn ? 1(J if Ttn-nn»iA ^1. ? A _ .1 ? ? . Ml « *u « xvug iw tt lawyer r The result is expected to be 'No; but im possible.' A lady who painted her face asked Parsons how he thought she looked. 'I can't tell, madam,' he replied, ' except you uncover your face.' How brightly do even little joys beam upon a soul darkened by sorrow — as stars come forth from the empty sky, when we look up to them from a deep well or from cellars ! An admirer of dogs having had a new litter c? a fine breed, a friend wished him to put ? him down for a puppy ! 'I set you down for on 3 a great while ago,' was the answer. j A gen...

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GAWLER LOCAL COURT. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER, 6. [BEFORE MR. R. J. Turner, S.M.] UNSATISFIED JUDGEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 10 November 1866

XOpAL cdlTHT. j i s_-=- * , r &« - ,''- ^Before Mr. S. JiJ^Riraer, ; . VUK8&US-XEX- 1HJi--SMKM®S- ~ » \ , defehtfant ? '. ' »Bras placed in the b-^and^raminedby -plain - x £iff, |s^i^^cwaid8^t*© tfsjd^oe in pj$bf fcf;; the debt. * ~ iOrflarfor payment of Ss. per wjeek. ^ ? = 3&AKK T. 1*. 6cL *1£r. ^Ttttser appearedfor plaintiff. Ord$r for pay ; «nefet of the whole ©ntfce-31st Jamwy. ,

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Poet's Corner. A LESSON FOR A LADY.—To LOVE: Verb Active. (Attempted to be declined without conjugation.) [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 10 November 1866

[?] JL LESSON FOR A LADY.— ToLotE'. j F«rft Actkre. -Jf«» That no one e'er before was plagued - With our disthaefcemetiou). _ Tho* to*rf~a&ihings,^od and fair SMw^»li^l^M^4ataiarae; - And he to»e — whaJjrby-Jbj* I . 3s thafeto-iae-anAyoa- '* . Ife tow— {nowmany^nings we iqyj In life feom tarts and oysters, | ?.?;?' . bate ^ wrong, -w _ ? Feu Jove me fbr this feeling; : ^ -Earth's floor-aaa-Hci«w^^Sa^Br^T'^',V: Thrwjf juat what they hate ; the j?aat Somehow succeeds the . present | In grammar; if it did In Jife, . 'Twould be, andnot be, pleasant. J, tium, he, -sfcey and «e dul Jove — Let's quickly stake confession, - And you and they com©' trooping in, To fill up the profusion. The, past grows. perfect^—J have I ovedr*~ How sweet the early, passion ! -Bat this wasin dear dayslong.past, 'When loving was the fashion. Thou, 't&,she, »pe- y-m, £k?y, have limed, Some thing, some maa, or woman; For that, he never loved a jot Is said— thank God— of no man. Pluperfect— I had ...

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THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 8. FULL JURISDICTION. [Before Mr. R. J. Turner, S.M. and Messrs. G. Warren, J.P., and J. A. Buchan, J.P.] [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 10 November 1866

?j, - ? j .- -? ? T^iiiimiih. lfnrai«8 R , - 3ttTMt-JW»MMCgoy.' . ;' - fBcffem 3Sr. fiJrJ. ^tirnsr. SM-, -and ^Gxsis. ? - ????-- The ^nay^Iiat ror theiJorpora-tuin of tJaw ler AHh-A'» -lists for Munno ' «... Parafifc^aad&rPort Qlawlisr. Gwtk-se V. Deak& LA^GHToy.^-Mr. Bruce appsarod'-fw the Jaf^wiHWfa - ifln tTw appli -.- ^stionoTMir. BndnlLfogjpIaintiff, -this case was poj^oaed miti} after 'jto fatftring of the '*' -vc^Bs. ,J ? -,/- ?-''.. m .. jwipmsomu t, iTtwrnirot — in uiiBcpe actioa-ftf 3-ilf pf^irehknge fbr ^£68 17s- jd. V- sMiv fer ^MnHff. and Mr. Cogfoilt {representing Mr. i'almer), for $he ddenSimi , Mr.C^hiliapplied for arf&stpenement fojr- the- aqwffljpiflnt of plea, I$r.~i£mc0 opposed' the application. which was refused. . : 5)ajriddggtberingh«jn depos^.that'fae keeps - the books of Fotheringham JJ^os. %Hs wi^ nessedtho signature tJ dfifendafttto the bijl producedfor JE63 17s. Id., and 'that no part . *-f the amounthad been paid. Xobert Fothering...

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VINEYARDS AND WINE MAKING. REVIEW OF THE PROCESS OF WINEMAKING. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 10 November 1866

VI^TEtAjfeD_S to EEVIEW OF THE Pte06BSS OF WINliMAfilSa. A ;-3view pf t!ie process Vith greets that have attained *all that perfection whiclb bur grapes will undoubtedly attain, when we have inorp 'experience \-f the best kinds to ^cyitiyafce, ;a,nd the stocks shall be no ^longer .young, Vill show how very 'simple it is, amouating only to this.— That the grapes should nrsi; oe xreea trpm -the 'stalks, -anti 1'rom. any rotten and 'unripe 'berries — that they should then be broken and crushed by treading $hem in -a tub ; thai; the whole contents 'of the tub (juicy skin?, seeds :and -aUY; jfeKonidL 'then, be '?eo^tied. into' a vat; that when 'the heat -pf the fermentation in the vat is -over, the win» should be drawn into properly cleaned casks ; that when the wine has ceased to throw off any .yeast, the Casks should be bunged up, and left to stand till When the wine, after .being 'drawn 'off into clean casks, should pe :sulp7tured, and s0 tho whole jproce^s be fx-ncfuded[ and the wine...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 10 November 1866

- ? ' ' ; -to4--l^-» -; »««? , *;?? ?||_ %&cfcai-^-HUjEi^ . , Apply to r FE1SN & BaKER, Solicitors, ^3-o GxeehaaK-street, Adelaide. V— i— ? ? ,... ? .. V ? ??? ;' ? . ? Pianoforte Tuniag ?/* ^ ;' 1 B. FBAjSBB visits Gawler Quar JjL. ieriy Orders left *fc this office,' aind 58, King William-street, A&^aide/will receive pro»^ aifomiien. ?' i J?0£ smmm ^gentleme^ JD Ho*»e ^situated 'behind the 'New Ppst . Office, Apply Micba*l 0'Neil,Gawler. 85^87. ' ^P^P^Sale hyAnctioii tiAWIiBB AUCTION SALES CLEMENTS YARDS. TJ1HE AUCTIONEER begs to intimate . ^ J- to his Friends and the Public generally, that be basinade arraagecujnts forholding Sales at the abovo^aiamed Yards TWICE A- . MONTH, on the First and Third Saturdays, . r-*B®d$rasts to receive eontirued* support. PETEE BOWLAND will ©fFer f or Sale, on , Saturday, November 17th— Saddle Horses - ^Harness Heroes BuUoeks Drays « Milch Cows ** Steers Fat Cattle, &e.. With the usual Miscellaneous Lots. TT is reques...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 10 November 1866

fctiULtoStiloS1 ' .So»ks,oft6ejiBral . li '' ' *'?* gg^«W«WWR?i ' Atmgim^^ttm-AlBoyt emwj fJ3prfN^i-«f--.-:^ S ?» ' i(M^»--^:C-'f ^'1 . .^^'i- t XAwatSlffe's^aipnea: ' : i ' in.Q£re-i£ yJyf-j ' ? *rr*: ? ' . Adv^iiatt^of alPog^'T- - Almo&t,or ttwoJswWJTayi Aurleulsreonraisloiu ??..1', -- i'* '- ' Ad ventures of Gaptatn Blrt* - -. JiPfe 'Antomoa, or £he Fall t , Koaaa,,;-,.. ?..., ?-.,: gszszmg™? i. Bible portraits .-. .. —» Bap^biSJAl ij&jjiV^jDj ,- 3Boj''j8 OwnBoofc of Sosia ISSl'Sii ** ;:»aae *,- ??? , ?...., JiiUuurWfcy Certain Crai ?*- ly o'.:^.-- ?- : .-: .;. Buun Honae v. . i.-. Boy's Handy Book ©1 . ... ' acmes . r. £ ? *- -. ? ;. ,.-- . .: Bttgy Hands, sod FSti&i v . STeaxts . , ^ 3^,' . ? . jr S^sissif »«,. .; Itotaay. KetorialEditiaB «^B| liand of Christian Grace# Boston Bove Hioj'entmjiG^ria Illustrate ? Burke, hfe Speeches*® Writings.. Beattte'8*Hnsfcrel . JJiGgrai&Mal and -Gritlea ? Essay# ^ - ^Calendar of Ibe Seasons, Howltts' , . .;, Co...

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CESSATION OF IMMIGRATION. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 10 November 1866

CESSATION OF IMMIGEATION. These is something inherent in human n&tpre which prompts men and com munities of men to vibrate between extremes. On finding themselves wrong in practice, principle, or opinion in one direction, instead of receding to the middle line of moderation, they too - frequently overpass it to a like extent in the opposite direction. Nations in a state of civil convulsion tweasioned by the oppression of a despot, generally rid themselves of that species of tyranny, to substitute first the despotism of a mob. There is no man less tolerant of opinions which he formerly held than one who has suddenly abandoned them, and adopted their opposite. Mischeviotis clemency is usually succeeded by un able severity ; scepticism is but another form of credulity 5, fashions of conduct and thought, like those of dress, seek con trast rather than modification j ^ to use a homely example, no so peree veringly locks the door of his empty stable, as he who lost his. horse by l...

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THE GAWLER MARKETS. Bunyip Office, Friday Evening. GRAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 10 November 1866

THE GAWLEK MARKETS. JBvnyip Qffi.ee, -Friday Evenlog. .] GEAHf. ?? . much offering. ^Latest qqoota tipns, Ss. 6-1 ? per busheL Fiottr^Ssrper bag, JBlOper ton. Bran, Is. 4cL,- retail Is. 5d. Pollard, Is. 7d , do., Is. 9d. NewHay frofti .£2 10s. per ton. Fowls' Corn, Ss ^d per bushel Bread, 21b foaf, 4d. Meat. Mutton, hind-quarters, 6jd. 'per lb.; 'fore quarters 4fd. Lamb 6d to 7d perlb by tho quarter. Beef, 4d. to. 7d. per lb. Veal, 3d. per lb. Pork very scarce. Vegetables. Green Peas, Is. per peck. Cabbages, 3d. to Sd. each. Turnips, 4d, per bunch. Carrots, 4d, per bunch. , ' Cauliflowers, 3d. to 5d. Onions, 6d. per lb. Parsnips, 4d. per bunch. Potatoes, -9s. fid. per cwt. New Potatoes, 2d. per lb. Seed Potatoes, 10s. 6d. Radishes, l|d. per bunch Parsley Id. per bunch. Celery, 68. to Sd. per head ®|t §tragig. GAWLEE: SATURDAY, NOV. 10, 1866.

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"POET" WINE. SCENE—At a Port Pub. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 10 November 1866

'PORT' 'WINE. Bsene— At a Port Pub. Jack— I -say, BiH, what wine do VOu ieafl this? ^ ''' - Bill— Why feort ' Wine o' course. Jack— Port Wine ! Well but l fdlura thort Port Wine was -red, and this is yalier. . Dill — Ah ! But . this. Port Wine -ain't the sort of stuff your thinking about— -this is some o' Bill's 'own make^-this 'is, and it'.i -Che only real Ppr» Wine I know of in this colony.

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