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Original Poetry THE FIGHTING TEMERAIRE. Suggested by Turner's picture of her being towed vp stream, to be broken up. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 3 September 1864

, ©rigrai Iwlrj THE FIGHTING TEMEEAIRE. Suggested 6y Turner's picture of her being towed vp stream, to be broken up. (This Vessel distinguished herself in several actions, especially at Trafalgar, and was broken up some years ago at Rotherhithe.) Before the wind, before the swell* the English ships advance, Beyond them lie in lengthened line, the fleets of Spain and France; Too light the breeze, — ere yet a shot, the; British could repay, Upon the Victory's decks alone, full fifty sea men.Iay; Silent the crews in. every ship as slow they swept along; Ah, me! What thoughts of home and love among that gallant throng! But, look along that splendid line, so bravely showing there, There is not one that can surpass the Fighting Temeraire, Now, thickest smoke obscures the sky, and there a lurid flame Lights up -a burning Spanish prize, ?while thun d'ring shouts proclaim Another s&tjp, to British crews has hauled her colors down, And Gravina begins to wish he'd fie'er left Cadiz Tow...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 3 September 1864

^_ .^bitrtisfments. nr the SOUTH AUSTRALIAN GO VE'RNMEJTT, THE .CONFIDENCE OF T1IK COUNTRY BY THE PUBLIC AT LARGE, & GSBS&fiL BIBB9UEH0B. WANTED BY THE POLICE, 0. Neville, alias Hack, alias Skin Tiglit. N.B.— Photographs may be seen at all the Police Stations. TiiniimriiuiiKEri'RicE GIVEN FOU WHEAT! At the STOKES of FRANKEL & CO., COUNER OF LYNDOCII ROAD, GAWLElt. FL8BE, BMS, HEMBB, &c SOLD AT MILL PRICES. -» ? SADDLER & HARNESS MAKER. MUllRAY-STliEET, GAWLER. A Large and well selected Stock of Whips, Spurs, ready -made English and Colonial Harness, Saddles, &c.- &c. All orders punctually attended to. Collars most carefully made and aeitly fitted. J GIWLER LODGE.- i.O.O.F. TENDJRS, TriK Trustees of the Lodge, invite TENDERS for building additions to the Oddfellows' Hall, the plans and specifications for which may be seen at the Secretary's house on and after Monday next. Tenders to be in before 5 o'clock on Wednesday, 7th Septe...

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TO OUR LITTLE NEIGHBOURS. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 3 September 1864

TO OtTR LITTLE NEIGHBOURS. Our friends atGreenock and Freeling must have enjoyed the reports .of the proceed ings in the Houseof Assembly, on Friday, August 19fcb., amazingly, to have the line of teligraph from Blanchetownto Adelaide approved, and their own pet townships' struck out from the resolution1, must have' been a bitter pill; but Mr. Duffield's black draught accompanying it must have been; still more nauseous. Some of our readers may probably have passed it over without' notice; We therefore re-produce it from the columns of the Observer: — ? **Mr. Duffield said if they would refer to ther petitions before the House they would find two' to one' or three to one for the line by Lyndochand Tanunda; He held a document in his hand, signed by 2* persons; and attested by Messrs. G. Fischer and F. Aldenhoven; stating that their signatures had been obtained tor the petition,* praying for the line via Greendck by misrepre stntatiort: He did not agree with Mr.- Lindsay that hon. membe...

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THE OLD NORTH ROAD. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 3 September 1864

THE OLD NORTH ROAD. Come fiU a bumper, dear friends and good neigh bours,' now,. Drink to the right we hae struggled for sairley j We shall enjoy the reward of our labours n6w — '' The North Road is to be made for us fairly. Pledge Die then, honest men, now, since weW got our aim, I know; you'll en'jby what we've purchased W dearly; . . . Soon we. can drive with glee,, as far as the Gilbertee',' High as the mud was it, 'twill disappear surely. Late the abode of seclusion and dreariness, - Still as the vale of death's shadows or mairly, . The settlers to north are all life now, and cheer' iness, ? ? . Throng'd with each class that loves cleanliness? dearly, ?..-.-... Age, with Ids silver hairs, youth too in loving pa«s, - . . . . ' . Gladly pursuing their course late and early. Childhood that scarce can run, boyhood witlf noisy fun, ... Joyous that matters are now settled squarely; Here's to the brave honest hearts of our corH mittee, . . , ' ? Long hae they battled and 'striven f or...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 3 September 1864

^tartistmrats. I WILLIAM H. MORRIS, brother to the deceased Edwin Mourns, ol G-nvlcr (who wfts accidentally drowned in tho North Para River on Saturday last,) W on behalf of mywlf. Mother and family, to return our very grateful thanks to the inhabitant* of Gawler, for the zea ious assistance rendered in discovering the \ body of my late brother, and also for the 1 deep sympathy and kindness shown by all classes on that lamentable occasion. t.h 29th 'August, 1801. 2( ? ? — ? ; ? tlC JIVEV HiN W HAVE A NIBS otto OWS * Mffll MMM SOCIETY- «; THIS is the largest and wealthiest So- S ciety of the kind in the Colony. Subscribers can enter at any time Shares sold monthly. No back payments. Agent for Gawler, PRANK WILKINSON _ /CAPITAL, £1,600,000 All Claims . (j settled in the Colony. ' 1D1UID W. WRIGHT, Adelaide, * ' ? '. d Insurances effected on application to g '' . 'I OLIVER JONES, Cawlcr. u 'fAJOOTJCET PATRICK BLAKE T»EGS to inform the Inhabitants of Gawler, and 1- surrounding Districts...

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Correspondence. Goosedub Square, August 25th 1864. TO THE EDITOR OF THE BUNYIP [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 3 September 1864

-K0rrespttbeirt£ Goosedub Square, ? August 25th 1864; TO THE BDITOR OF THE BBNTIP. Mr. Editor— Please put in print thef abeve song, which you will find in undfirv It was found by ould Mick McMonigal, the blind piper, and as he cud not write it himself because of bis blindness, h&. made me sit. down and pin it for him.* OcH! many are the good things that, have coma from Jus nrtile piny { tor JMick is a bit or genius ) and this is none of the wont of them. Hoping you will put it in print for the edification of poor Paddy McM., I re-- main Mr- Editor, with all due submission' and decorum, yours, . MURTY O. FLANNERY, Squatter.

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ASHWELL. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 3 September 1864

ASHWELI* The Annual Ploughing Match at Tempters, (AshwelU » arranged for Thursday, September 15. We hare bo doubt bat that there -will be « good attendance, as well as a very large num ber of competitors, judging from the number of prizes which will be offered, betwixt^e/., and 40*., being subscribed for that purpose. A dinner is to be held in the evening at Mrs. Tempters, North Star Inn. The School Examination took place on Fri day, August Kftb,-when, notwithstanding th« severity of the weather, a large attendance of visitors including the members of the District Cornell of Madia Wirra, were present, for lists of .prises we refer oar readers to the daily paper*. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 1864,

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BOARD OF MARINES. PORT LITTLE PEDLINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 3 September 1864

BOARD OF MARINES. POitT LITTLE PEDUNGTON. Present — The Pkestoent and Wardens, (who received the usual fee of two guineas each be fore opening proceedings.) . . ? A letter was read from the Arch Flam, of the Gawlef H. S. requesting the attention of th.e Harbor Master should be called to one of the links of Brother Snobs' watch chain. Bef erred to the Treasures, for instructions. Bead an application from Mr. Thomson, re questing a certificate to act asPilot,inthe£iver Torrens. - . Kef erred to the Treasures.' Bead a letter from, the public,' complaining that the-Port Pedlingtbn Life Boat was not in^a It was ordered (subject to Treasurer's ap proval,) that a lot of names be procured, from men willing to form a crew, and new oars pur chased for their .use. Furtherit was resolved (subject to Treasurer's approval,) that a boat-shed be erected at the Semaphore Jetty, and the crew exercised in the Gulf, once a month. . . ; A discussion ensued, in which it was argued that when required to p...

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Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 3 September 1864

Local Intelligence; Improvements in Gawler.— Great improve- ments are in progress in Murray-street, Gawler. Mr. James Harris is adding a large building to the rear of his already extensive premises. — Mr. Rogers is altering the front of the old soap fac tory, and converting it into a commodious but- cher's shop.— Messrs. Pearce, Wincey, & Co., have opened a new and extensive timber yard, at the corner of Murray-street and Flinders-street; where they have also erected a steam saw-mill which is now in active operation,- whilst excava tions are being made for the foundations of an extensive building at the corner of the allotment —The Corporation are expending a small sum in planting and laying out the Cemetery which will be shortly closed. — Mr. Parker the Chemist has erected a neat two story building, the lower part of which forms a small but handsome shop. Amongst the buildings about to be commenced we may mention the new National Bank, next to the Gawler Stores,- and the ex...

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WATER FOR CATTLE. EDITOR OF BUNYIP. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 1 October 1864

WATER FOR CATTLE. . EJ-1TOR OP BUNYtP. Sir, — The hot weather is now approach- . ing, and the two' creeks north and south of Crawler will be rapidly drying up, and thirsty bullocks and horses search in vain for the precious element* Pray let me call the attention of your Bunyipship and the rest ol the authorities in Gawler, to the ease with which the North Para river (wnich runs much longer into the summer months than the South' Para,) might be dammed back between the ford' and Wil laston bridge, and a never-failing supply of the precious element be secured' for animals throughout the summer. lam sure if the' Crawler Corporation' arid the' Mudla' Wirra District Council' were, to' 'take the matter up, they might obtain the aid of Government for a project which' would benefit riot only the inhabitants of the town arid district, but every teamster and traveller who passes -down from, the' nbrtfci ,' .. . i ; I arivShy \ An Advocate fob a Good Dla^

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 1 October 1864

%fotthmmi&. WANTED, an ACTHTBl LAD for the Printing Business. Apply tQ W. Barnet, Bookseller, Gawler. '

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 1 October 1864

PEACTIGAL PHOTOGBAPHIG ABHST, ALM1 BOOSi, MllMM-STBEEl GAffLEB. 'pETUENS his sincere thanks to the JJb inhabitants of Gawler, and neigh bourhood, for , the liberal .support he has received ^ince commencing business, and begs to intimate that he has madeadditions to his establishment, which will enable him to take Portraits in a style, equal to anyjoti^er establishment in the colony. pflWMPBfTiTs mm fate 4e yisitts Ten ShHlings ptf. yf-doten GAWLER BOOT § SHOE WAftEUQUSE T. t)LI¥EE JONES ffas received *?y the Goolwa/ and other late arriyals^ 53 TRUNKS 0? BOOTS MP SUOES, Made to his torcler. axso TEN TRUNKS now in Port ex Counters of Fife. Storef keepers, Families, and others, ,will find it to their advantage to purchase legn? laiiy from this Establishment either wholesale or retail . Naw unpacked, a fine lot of the celebrated FJlENDfi SCREW BOOTS; #oni Dupais, Paris. The motto of the Business is-r Small Prflfits and qnick-retnrD&. TOfTED fO MOW. ' TITHEKE the Six months* Subs...

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LATEST NEWS FROM THE BUOY AT THE PORT [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 1 October 1864

JLAM NEWS FROM THE EM AT TflE POET Murray RiyEKr- A skirmish between the Customs'. Rangers and Police, Horse Marines, ended in the defeat of the latter without further loss than two coats and a pair of hobbles. It was expected hostili ties would be resumed at an early date. Fashionable Arrivai. — The King of the Cannibal Islands arrived last week and it is expected wffl-participate in '?'the desire for a dissoldtion, as it may open Jthe prospect of a seat5n-$he House, -since bis majesty has abdicated Jus throne, 'and intends taking to ^hr Parliament,' owinq to the capers of his latesiilgects. The La|s . ^': GAwi'fiB Reserves credit for- Ilie 'way -i&e pjpiked into the river lastiin&Jfcamtgd at night, -especi- ally as Dixcui & exempt and left one of the pilots outside — she is a fine brig1 and. Gawler may well be proud of the Gal.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 1 October 1864

Ito&cs to €mmfmkvis* NQTIGE—AU communications to be addressed to the Editor of the Bosyip, Gawus. Libiul— The Greenock fay has been chattering again, but as. bis prattle was oafy Tulgat, personal, and nudapropis, the Bttnyip keeps fait paw off Mm for flie present. * Taxxdy'b MrxnjEK. — -You should not tare made - the offerv We. -certainly think lQs. was too much for a bit of waste tobacco, but If you would persistg in only looking at the outside of the jar you must abide by your bargain. To the * Boor* at t&e Pout... .Please send the solution to some of your enigmas. We have been obliged to hold over a lew because y.e really cannot make them oqt. '.'... TiLTJG&DftG -jACKArai~.Mifllaid. Nobscrt Bhtmkb....Tou will see we availed our selves of your Meas, though we have ventured to modify them to our views. We shall be very happy to hear more from you. DBPG....We really cannot insert such doggtel as ihe following: ' v- -'WOODMAU! Spare that post I Z would nqt.com...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 1 October 1864

a — -.1— v_ ^s^B^BKj[^^^B|BMft.^^3^jfe^^aSiky^^ -£ MURRAY-STREET GAOTLEB, (Late the Gawler Post Office) ?ffERBERTDEAN,& returning thanks* JJ. to his friends, and the public in gen eral, in and around Gawlef/for the' liberal support, he has deceived during the last twelve months; begs to inform them, that he has a1 wellassorted stock of groceries, china,, glass, .and ,eartB.en#are, irhidh ;he catf seH at prices as low as any house ifi GAwisity .and of1 a quality riot to be surpassed! ne would call especial attention to the quality - of feis teas' in boxes, half chests, and chests, which are really first-class. . In the Baking and Confectionary, he is as befofti, prepared to execute , orders, for Fancy Goods of every description. Country Stores^ Publicans, Tea Meetings, and private Parties, sup plied witlf Biscuits, Cakes,&c. arid a liberal allowance made; orders for wedding -5akes, executed in the most* recherche style, and' made on the shortest notice. Flour', BBitN....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 1 October 1864

fikPiTAL, ^6-H-,000 Ail tJiafafc \J settied M the Colony. MOM* % mm, km. Insurances effected on application to -?* t mm mm, &M MUNICIPAL JMMLi: TOWN OF GAWLER.' '\T OTIC E is hereby given that an XH ASSESSMENT of all Buildings, Lands, Tenements, and Hereditaments within the Town of Gawlef has been made and allowed by ..the Town Council and signed By the Mayor, and the same has been deposited and can be daily inspected at the]Office of the §Town Clerk, Murray street, between the tours of 10 am. and 2 p.m. .Ratepayers' are mformed that APPEALS (if any) against such Assess ment will be heard before the Gawler Local Court of Full Jurisdiction1, to be Beld on Thursday, ilhe 13th day of October next, and are to be made as provided by 4he Municipal Corporation Act of 1861. By^rder of4 the Town Council^ JOHN RUD ALL, ToWn Clerk. September 21, 1864. ttBfflmf mm- society, TIlHISis -fhe largest and wealthiest Sd X ciety of the kind in the Colony. Subscribers can enter at any time. Shar...

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"THE MOST WORTHLESS OF THE COMMUNITY OF THE COMMUNITY!" [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 1 October 1864

«? THE MOST WORTHLESS OF THE COMMUNITY f' There are perhaps few quandaries a' man can be placed in: more puzzling than an Editor wanting a subject.. This is the state of affairs with the Editor of that South Australian luminary, the Bwiyip, at this present moment. The printer is waiting for copy — the public are expecting & 2te»^tj-— and the BUriyip wants a sub ject. Pastoral Leases — how will that do ? Let's try. Is there anything new in this line? ' The Bitnyip has a faint idea that in Monday's Register there is a paragraph —a sort of last dying kick of the Squat ting Humbug— -which wants a little dress ing. This is it: r Tbx Squatting Qdestioh.— We have been favoured by a mercantile house in Adelaide with the following extract from a letter written by a sheepfarmer in Victoria, who is in no way inter ested in Sbvitb. Australian rftna. The name of the writer has been forwarded with the extract : * If Ooyder's valuations are not reduced one-half \t will ruin the present squ...

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COMPANY'S FLOUR MILL, BASSETT TOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 1 October 1864

€OJffPANY*S FLOUR MILL) BASSETT TOWN. It is with; much pleasure we have to an nounce the contemplated erection of a Steam flour1' mill, at Bassett' Town/ on a forge plot of ground immediately adjoin ing* the railway, on the eastern side close * to the turn-table. This site; offers every advantage possible for the' undertaking. Water is obtainable' in' inexhatistable Quantity at a1 reasonable depth; and the urge frontage to the railway station will enable the proprietorsj-by means of a sid ing, to place weir flour at' once on the line without the extra expense of carting, whilst woodi coal, and timber niay be con fey ed to the premises direct upon: the ttntks, oil which they are loaded.- Ano ther frontage of considerable extent to «me of the principal streets in Bassett Town, renders access 1fc the mill by far jhers and others bringing1' in? their wheat and produce as easy as any mill! dr* Sfere $£ ©aflier: t-n fact it seems to us that if properly supported by Republic, it is a; spec...

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Poet's Corner. THE LOAFING CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 1 October 1864

^ ^uh€nxm. THE LOAFING CLUB .There is a club established here, -whose fame is : 'most extensive, * ? ' -. '' And many join it far and near, because it's not expensive: ' ' ' l ^ - ^ ^ A yerv little blunt's reqnired, and, what seems rather funny, - A man may claim a membership without a cent ? of money. ' ?'. * * ' It is the Loafer's dub I mean, whose name they ' say is legion, '' ' ' ' ' From Melbourne to the Billybong, they're found in every region : ' .They do not like the cockatoos, but mostly stick to stations, v And keep, themselves from starring by cadging shepherd's rations. '' But in our townships you will find, they're very fond of meeting, ? For there they stand more chance of swipes, although less chance of eating. ' ' ' In these the members of the club try all their -' . artful dodges, In fact, the public are no more than the society's grand lodges. Their rules and regulations are most difficult of learning, ?:-??? They are to lire upon the cash that others have been ear...

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HISSES FROM THE SEA SERPENT. En Route, 15th Sept., 1864. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 1 October 1864

ffl$SES PROM THE SEA. SERPENT. ' En Route, 15th Sept- 1864. Dear Quiz, for Bunny,— I- trust you do r»ot think that I am neglectful because I happened to miss tbe mail last month ; indeed I have not b^en altogether well, and being an intense hater of physic, I tried the sew here-y, because the globule is sweet to the taste and not by any means ugly to look at. And what' was the cause of my indisposition ? why, 1 attended one or two anti -squatting meetings. Now 'tis geod sometimes to hear the canine species bay at tha mnnn. J»nt then thpv frpnnontlv nvnWJn the thing and leave one disgusted with the noise they make; as -witti dogs so with men. One cries out here's a prize, and immediately thousands echo the cryl * Another calls out, pitch' into' the squatters, and straightway meetings are held all over 'the place, for that very laudable purpose; besides this, numerous bipeds,' dissatisfied with themselves for not having -abused the squatters sufficiently at these meetings, ' congregat...

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