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NORTHERN TERRITORY. Fort Sniffins, 1864. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 5 November 1864

NOiaTHEltN TERRITORY. - - Fort Sniffins, 1864. , Mr Dear Makma,— I take up my pen to writs you a few lines hoping this will, find you quite, well, which it does not leave meat present^ a*. we are run very short of, vegetables' and other: fresh meat, and are living1 now op salt pork, ,and tho pig may be. very exceptable in the shape of, a ham sandwidge, or egg3 and. bacon ia South! Australia, it don't agree with you in this climax. as it infects the skin and makes you. scratch yoarseif je$b as if yon was a Scotchman — J$ows- side to bathe anil left us nothing to do up, here, except; mount, guard, .which of. course we dont trouble ourselves about, but pnty pile arms out-^ side, and hang our. clothes on., th m' jest to. fr ehten the l^atires^ we chaps that have been, told off to look after the stores, and things have made- ourselves comfortable in his, tent, 'for it»^ too jolly hot outside, jest to give our friends a' few ideas about t -is pxpeditioh,. w.hich' no doubt it is a glorious...

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THE "PATRIMONY" OF THE PEOPLE. To the Editor of the Bunyip. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 5 November 1864

the 'patrimony' op the ;people. ff-? the Editor of the Bvnpip. Sir, — Much has been, said and writte lately on the subject of the waste lands o1 the Crown, and it is contended by some — yourself amongst others — that they are the patrimony of the people ! 'Sow, Sir I like a little humbug' as well as. most people, and I can give a joke and take one, as well as yourself or Mr. Barrow : but, when a joke is carried too far it is invari&blv snoiled and instead of nrpjitino amusement ' and giving' rise to a good hearty laugh, it is now likely to end in vexation and disappointment. Now, Sir, I fearlessly denounce Air Burrow's joke and pour1* as '? a wicked hoax' calculated to mislead the public, (poor innocent soft heads, that they are !) and create much mischief by leading men to believe that ? '.'?'? ?.' '^ f- .- they have un interest in- the lands _of tha ,- colony, over and above that, which -they can purchase with their ready sash j now, the shortest way of testing the claims ...

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THE SQUATTING DRAMA. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 5 November 1864

THE SQUATTING 9KAHAi Thb curtain has fallen upon another act in the squatting drama,-Hthe final tableau being; made up of grumbling ?quatters unwillingly accepting the muni ficent present of about £100,000 from their too cbmpliantlandlord— -the public at large. The' said public, through, their Government, however^compelling the said grumbling squatters to swallow the bitter pill of clause* No. 4£ in the new* Assessment Act, limiting the right' of renewal to the jiext five yearesucceeding the expiration of their present leases. So far so {good; and it is probable that with the acceptance of Schedule B of GoyderV valuation) a temporary luQ will ensue j but it behoves ?Very citizen and. elector to be on the alert that this lull does not subside into a sense of false security! The Pastoral Associa tion is a close, compact, and secret body — working silently while others sleep— count- ing amongst its members men of high station, ample means, and shrewd in tellect—having a* strong bond of...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 5 November 1864

BT ORDER W THE G. II. i 11 E, the UNDERSIGNED, Officers of VV the G.H.S.,' declare the late' appointments made by the JEx %£tbvncible Bom, J.P. Stow Esq ;. J P , to be\ null and void, he having forfeited. all right vjand title of Membership in the Fraternity t of Open tiTum1»ugs, by allowing the letters J. P- to fee affixed to his' name, t (Signed) A HCBfi'LAM. , SURPRISING SHAM: ?J* OTIOE OF EEMOfitr t AMES ROCiERa, Butcher, in thank V ing the Inhabitants of Gawler_flnd: uei^'hVorhood, Tor the liberal, patroa^e bestowed upon him for the last ten fears, beg respectfully to intimate that he has removed to more commodious premises next the National Bank, . Murray-street, where, by keeping, the best . of meat, and. attention to all orders, he hopes 'to r merit a continuance of their favors: ./ OOUTH ADSTRAJJAN BA1LWAY. H[ PKINCE GF WAiES SnSTHDAY. ? , KOVEMBEB^th, I«fi4. rv' : The public are respectfully .informed that on the above day, Excursion Tickets will be issued by all ordinary ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 26 November 1864

%hhxtmmmt$. TO THE BUEdESSES OF TDB TOWN OF (IAWLEB GENTLEMEN— IN returning thanks for the high honor you have been pleased unanimously to confer upon me, allow me to assure you that in fulfiUng my duties as MAYOR of the important Town of Gawler, I shall earnestly endeavour to forward its interests irrespective of any individual bias- or party feeling — so that at the expiration of my term I may render up my trust into your hands with the feeling that I have honestly, performed its duties. I remain, Gentlemen, .Your obedient servant, GEORGE NOTT. ELECTORS OF NORTH WARD. TpELLOW BURQESSES ! !— ' Without JD wishmg-to-sayr.a.word disparaging to i& Shanahan, who is put forth io .op- ' pose Mr Mold for North Ward, I cannot let the occasion pass without stating - that since Mr Mold has had a .seat in. the Coun cil, he has been, as attentive to -his duties and has. sacrificed as much of his-time for the interests of the town, as any man who has been returned to. the Council since i...

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Poet's Corner. TRANSLATIONS FROM THE GERMAN. PREISEND MET VIELEN SCHONEN REDEN. Fuslimus Kerner. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 26 November 1864

Reel's €mtx. TEA.3^SLj1TIONSfrom theGEHSIAN. PSEISEND MET.VIELEN SCHONEN ; BEDEN. ? ? '. FusKnais Kerner. . ... Unce m Worms ancient city, drinking round . with wine and mirth,'. - Sate some German Princes, praising each his Country's wealth and worths ; * Txincely,' said the Coiint of Saxons, 'is my land ? the men are. brave, : ? . ? ?? : Gold and Silver ores lie hidden in its many a mountain cave.* * Mine ;. the -richest,' quick uprising, shouts the . Ruler of the Bhine, . * Golden harvests load its rallies, on its Mils the richest mine.' Ludwig of Bavaria, chafing, ' Mine's the country ..*. overall, ! Fop'lous cities, wealthy abbies, make yourfhidden treasures smalL* Baid . Wurteniberg's beloved Chieftain. 'Poor : indeed -that land of mine, Small the cities in its boundaries, : in its hilia no treasure shine ; But one jewel it can boast of —in whatever spot _ ; Iliap, . ,r I can boldly lay my head down in the first f orflt ebmersjap.' «Then^; exclaimed the Count of Saxons, He of ...

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TO OUR READERS. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 26 November 1864

.TO OUR READERS. The present number of the Bunyip is the .last that. will, .appear in its present form. ; On the first, Saturday in January, the .Bunyip will appear ,as a broadsheet, double its present size, and will endeavour to earn increased favor by increase/! utili ty- As a medium . for locsl news, the Bunyip hopes-ta be- largely patronised — . Corporation affairs, JJistrict-Uouncil meet , ingsof the neighbourhood^the proceedings , of the Local Court— will all occupy con .siderable space in our columns. Every public meeting in and around Gawler will ibe fully reported. We shall open oar columns freely to discussion on any local .or general matter, ,and we shall not hesi . tate, as hitherto/ to give a rap of the Bunyip's paw-to any absurdity, abuse, or grievance. In fact we shall still have . .plenty of, room for fun and satire even if -we give a more serous and sober tone to , our principal articles. We intend to .ap. ..pear before the public pn- the first and third Saturday , ...

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CORPORATION ELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 26 November 1864

CORPORATION ELEGTION^ At twelve o'clock yesterday(Friday) the Mayor, as Returning Officer, took his seat in th-i Council Chamber, when most of the Municipal Council and several of the rate payers * were present The Town Clerk opened; the nomination .papers, which were, as follows: — rlffATOR. George-Nott,r— proposed hj Messrs. Ed. » Clement, T. F. Iioutit, B. Thomson, and. seconded .by Messrs.. W. Barnet. '^1 CI1_ ? /¥? i '£~% f*% T_ ^jr. ouerxu, ami ur. \jnusuy. . COUNCIl.LOR-rSOUTff WAR3-. John Mitchell— proposed by €r. Roediger, and E. Clement, and seconded by T. L. CoQmbe, and D. Thomson. COUNCILLOR — NORTH- WARD* James Mold — proposed by L. S. Barton and seconded by Emery Wilcox. Thomas Shanahan — proposed by Michael Hines and seconded ? by H. Gr, Woqd _n)an. / COD NCILLORS — BAST WAHD. Ferdinand FrankelL—proposed by John Mitchell and seconded by Ueorge Ste phens. Joseph Young — proposed by W. H. Popham and seconded by JJ. Morti mer. AUDITORS. F. F. Turner and L. S. Barton— pro...

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GAWLER CORPORATION. NOVEMBER 11, 1864. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 26 November 1864

GAWLER CORPORATION: November 11, 1864. Present — Mayor in the chair, Councillors Mold, Nott, Boediger, and Clement. The Town Clerk stated that the following . members went out of office on the 1st December, viz: — His Worship the Mayor. . . - Auditors Turner and Burton. Councillors Mold, Nott, and Element. Printed nomination papers were ordered -to be prepared. ' . . ? ?The Town Glerk to write, .to Messrs. Tuxford and Co- and Elder & Co, enquiring price of iron gates, 11 to 12 feet wide, also for designs of any on hand. ' ? The Town Clerk to write to Superintendent of Cemeteries for any rules or regulations issued since those of 1855. ....--. Councillors Wincey, Boediger, and Mold to be a committee to consider regulations, end tc report at next meeting. .

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NOVEMBER 23, 1864. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 26 November 1864

NOVEMBER 23.186$. . Present— The Mayor in the chair, Councillors STott, Bathurst, and Roediger. Letters enclosing -designs for gates, and the pricfts for such were submitted. In the absence of a report from the 'Ceaietery Committee the question was postponed. . - ' ? The District Council of Mudla Wirra to be communicated \nt% in order to get fencing wire placed on both sides of Willaston Bridge. The PublicWorks Committee to be empowered to get the fence in Market-square repaired- In the event of- a contest at the approaching elec tions, the following members to be requested to preside; -Councillor Wincey,'for South Ward, at Council Chamber, Councillor Roediger. for Fast Ward, at Old Spot Hotel, and Councillor Bathurst for North Ward, at Court House.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 26 November 1864

MRs- GOZZABD, FANCY BREAD AID BISCUIT BAKEB, ' MITRJRAtSTEEET, GAWLEB,: : RgW Doors from the Gawler .Aims, BEG to jritiihat^to residents in Gawler , and its vicinity ,that she has«6mmen- j ced business as BAKER, CON FEGTIO'N^ ER, and PASTRY COOK j and trusts by care arid attention,ai-led by past experience in the trade, to} merit a share of the pat Tonageso liberally given for so many, years to her late husband. Wedding aad otter Cakes made to' Order. H. BOMEKEj BLACKSMITH and WHEELWKIGHT f' ' ' . ?' ? ' -. PATENTEE AND SOLE ] - OF THE ? -y - TBREE-FORRflf PLOUGHS, j EVERY DESCRIPTION of FARMING. Bj[-.l PLEaiENTS, on the newest principle, executed j on the shortest notice. . The Tkr&Fvrrour PLOUGH, edit be seen m S work daily, at the Shea Oak Log.' --. M ' , . ...' ... . ORDERS PUNCTUALLY ATTENDED TO. - BATHURST&eO^ TIMBER I IROW MERCHANTS, 1 T)\/SINES~S will shortly be com J^ menced by the 'above Firm, in Mm*-, ray-street, Gawler, porner Allotment edjoining- the Old...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 26 November 1864

TO TUB WORTHY ELECTORS OF IIIGII SntEHl1, E.VSL' WARD. T ADIES AND. GENTLEMEN ! ? ?— LA Ilonhoured by the Requisition pre sented to me, still ITi must (Iodine to ba brought forward has a Candidate until the long-vexed and momentons quentions that still agitate the neighbourhood, of sand or no sand — Mayor's cart or no Major's cart— Tin-pot or no Tin-pot— are cleared up. Verbuin sap. Yours, Ladies and Gentlemen, SPASM. Parnassus Mount, Nov. 23, 1SC4. TO THE INDEPENDENT ELEC TORS OF SOUTH Oli ANY OTHER WARD. r\ ENTLEMEN :— As the Clown says, XX ?* Here I am again,' ready to serve you if asked to do. so, cither as Mayor, Councillor, or in any other oflice likely to add to :ny self-importauca. I have my principal qualification, however, upon the known fact that I am an advocate for strong smells. I scorn those who turn up iheir olfactory organs at a slaughter house lear small dwellings, and pity the want of taste in those who do not agree with me in extolling its refreshing odours. I fl...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 26 November 1864

mm mmwi TOWN OF GAWLER. AT the nomination of Mayor, 'Council . lors, and Auditors, held this day, at the. Council Room, Murray-street, the following nominations were recerved. FOR MAYOR : ? George Nott FOR COUNCILLORS : — South Ward, John Mitchell East Ward, Ferdinand Frankel and Joseph Young North Ward, James .Mold, Thomas Sha nahaa FOR AUDITORS: — Frederick Foote Turnei, and Leonard Samuel Burton. There being: no opposition to Mr. -George Nott, as Mayor, Mr. John Mitchell as Councillor of South Ward; and Messrs F. F- Turner and Burton, as Auditors, they were severally declared duly elected- The nomination of Cnndufcites to fill the vacan. cies in East and Noith Wards lieinginexcess of the number required, all further public proceedings for election to such offices have been adjourned to Thursday, 1st December next, when the polling will commence at 9 a,m-, and close at 5 pm., for Councillors for East and North Wards, at the following- places : — Court House — North Ward, ltoediger...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 26 November 1864

Itirtrces fa Correspondents.' NOTICE — All communications to be addressed to the- Editor- of the Bunyip, Gawler. Ajax. — We have heard that a small clique of three did early in the week make great efforts to induce a gentleman to stand for Mayor, but has found the attempt too Ilarrassing, and therefore resolved to wait for Brighter days, ?when matters may run less counter to their wishes. Cousin Jack. — We quite agree with you that the person you name from his position as a leading tradesman would be well qualified for the office of Mayor, were he not so prone to play the part of Sir Anthony Absolute, and Hamtss everybody on every little occasion, and so bitter when foiled, lie may improve but he must moderate his Inspirations.

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THE GAWLER PARK LANDS. To the Editor of the Bunyip. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 26 November 1864

%PE GAWLER PARK LANDS. Zo the Editor of the JBunt/ip. 'Sir,— Those of us who are individually in terested in preserving the grass of the Park Lands, and making it go as far as possible in accomplishing the object for which they are set apart, namely, the supplying the towns people of Gawler with a sufficiency of milk and keeping it thereby within a moderate price, «A*M.»«%i«. w v*. WA4VX4K4.UVT&.9 .UUlflU lUllkU f [I a IHWStS. full of married residents and young children, felt very much obliged to you for calling attention lately to the manner in which the grass of our Park Lands is being dealt with ; but, as the evil is augmenting, and feed fast diminishing, we most beg your farther aid in allowing: us to remark th%t there are of the eatire Park Lands, rough and saioo'h, grassy and sandy, only 36 acres, or about 25 acres of available feeding ground; but as several private allotments are yet unenclosed, we will ass-ime the entire available cropping to be 40 acres ; to stock ...

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THE NORTH ROAD. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 26 November 1864

THE NORTII ROAD. Several letters respecting the fate of the Main Roads Bill full of indignation have reached us with which we fully agree, but fortunately we have no more room to spare this month:

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HISSES FROM THE SEA SERPENT To the Editor of the Bunyip. En Route, Nov. ll, 1864. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 26 November 1864

BISSES FROMTHE SEA; SERPENT %6 the Editor vf the Bunyip. En Boute, Kov, 11, 1864, ' Dear Bunny .—Having safely arrived within' i he postal regions ; — save the mark ! 1— I am' snabled to address you without the interven-; tention of our mutoal friend Qk;z. Now, I' have a grievance— ^so has every body I believe ; ' but, first of all, I' must congratulate you on your success in the past, and your readers on. their prospects of an enlarged Sunyip in the' future. I only hope that yon will not swell, out to nioie than the average size of Sunyips, as in that case, ' where in Heaven's name, will you procure your food, seeing that the Heavies are poking tneir noses into every corner, ;_ devouring every thing,' and 'the little Male^ hovering on tbe;outskiits picking. up the waifs*, i and strays-yOh ! Bunny, Bunny, mirable * dictu! it will be hard indeed if you cannot, pick up a' meal now and then. But to my. grievance. As Fwound my devious way along the main road from Adelaide to Wallaroo, o...

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GAWLER CORPORATION. November 16, 1864. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 26 November 1864

GAWLER CORPORATION. November 16,' 1864.' .. . Present — Mayor in the' chair, Councillors Bathurst, Roediger, Clement', and Wincey. The Cemetery Committee obtained leave to firing up their report at next meeting. Messrs. Bathurst &. Co., requested permission to make, entrances into allotment 200 Crawler, and allotment '233 Gawler East, as per sketch, undertaking to make good any water tables they may disturb! Granted, work to be done to the satisfaction of the Public Works Committee. Nomination of Candidates fixed for Friday the 25th instant. Sundry accounts were passed. The collector of rates' to proceed against ** all persons whose ratesremahvunpaidr

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NORTHERN AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 26 November 1864

NORTHERN AUSTRALIA, Piiolic attention being1 now so strongly drawn to the settlement of our Northern Territory, every opinion upon the subject which bears any authoritative weight should be laid before the public ; we have thought it, therefore, our duty to draw attention to the following paragraph ex tracted from the Journal of the Society of Arts, for March 18, 1864:— 'A colonial paper says ths.t the temporary cession to South Australia of. that part of th.B continent that lies between the'northern bound ary of that colony and the' north coast, seems to have awakened 'much enthusiasm on. the prospect 'of founding a new settlement. Prac tieally, the new territory is isolated from the old government, and .though Stuart has passed by land from Adelaide to Van JDieman's Gulf, it is very doubtful whether stock could be sent across the continent by his route.* In course of -time the central tract may become pastorally tenable, but an abundant water supply must be first discovered or pro...

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ES WARE IN EDELMAN VOM RHEIM. 'Wollheim.' [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 26 November 1864

ES WARE IN EDEtMAN VOM BHEILL There -was from Bhenish land an Earl, Of- brave arid princely presence, : About his -clothes danced many a pearL Bedewed withjcostliest essence! He travelled ^ thro' ail Christendom ' And wonders strange did purvey ; T 'Wherever he came for Very joy ; All tilings went topsy turvy.. - - V« T * - -' - f ? 1 » ? I' . - * jm municn, as he once did hap, 'Wife poihp, and show, and racket ?' There came to him a merchant chaV In only a ferown jacket. ' ' * ?? ? ' 'Wliat e'er the Earl did, he did so/ And on his feats advancing ^iU no one oh their feei could ga' For singing and for dancing. ~ TKe Ehbnish Earl-was sharp and quick,' And strait began to bellow ; l^e off.'you jackass, icut your stick YouVe. bu£;- cpmmbti Telldir, W^M*10^ of -l^e, tfce Peer,' And beafcall, magic hollow,' , v r . : And I, Your Higluifes^ am of Beer, And wish Your Grace to* follow.' gow they that yet had wandered round/ Tfidst noise and airy bubbles ;' Are close together always found, T...

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