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COALEROO. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 26 November 1864

CO ALE HO 0. FROM OUR OWN COKltESPONDENT. Our Township has been thu theatre of t.t extraordinary military spectacle, resulting from the eloquent anil patriotic speech of our Honor able ami gifted Treasurer relative to the warlike defences of lhe Colony, and the. means taken by the Ministry for its protection from assault. Scarcely had the words fo highly flattering to our -'brave Coalhole Volimteei ?, fallen from his lijic, ere they vrcre Hashed to us through the electric wire, setting all the Coal cronians in motion. A meeting of . that splendid corps was instantly convened at the 'Cow aucl Coffee-pot,' when Host Hiwolnut 'having at all times a superabundance, of all the delicacies of the season, &c, improvised an uncquallable feod — Captain Rellieose Vrance ably and amply filled the arm chair at the liead of the table. The viands devoured, the company set themselves down earnestly to grog and speeches. The usual loyal toasts were done n nil muni iisu tii'i'iaiiai-, iiiiAi ...

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NO ROADS FOR THE WORTH. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 26 November 1864

NO ROADS FOR THE WORTH. To the Editor. Srit — This is the decision of their Sapiences, the Legislative Council. What does it matter to thorn, if drays are bog ged, carts capsized, lives sacrificed, and limbs imperilled. The squatters have been inconvenienced. Some portion of the riches they squeeze out of the public purse is to find its. way back again to its original source — so the agriculturalists and settlers are to have no roads. Truly, gentlemen of the Legislative Council, your acts will not pass from the memory of the northern settlers. In spite of Barrow of Tcmplers, and Barrow of the Tizrr, the blot on the Copy-Book of Civilization is not to be erased. Messrs. Angas and Baker's & Co., rents are to be raised, bo the Ministry are to bo harassed, and the North Road is not .to be made. Now is your time, gentlemen of the North Road Committee. If you have any gra titude in you towards the only Ministry that has ever attempted to mitigate your grievances, maet at once — pa...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 26 November 1864

GAWLER CORPORATION. GEORGE NOTT, ESQ- Sir, - We the under- signed Ratepayers of the Town of Gawler     request that you will allow yourself to be placed in nomination for the office of MAYOR for the ensuing year; and, believing that you are in every respect; fitted for the office, we pledge ourselves to use all legitimate means in our     power to place you in that position.     James Martin, Mayor William Browning     W. L. Bathurst, Herbert Dean Councillor Theodore Engelbrecht Robert Fotheringham J. Rogers   .. - John Alleti ' A.JHpedel James llold, Coun- William Einnear : ' i- ciUor&r' '' George Coward . Win. Whipey, Coun- David. Thompson cillor * ' '?-.- JohnKorff ?- E. Clement, Coun- Edward Martin ; cilor ' George Stephens . Thomas F. Loutit '.-.Win. Edgar Roberts . William Barnet -Philip Cheek James Ferguson Thomas Pepaluna   J. Knowles Eben...

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MUDHOLE. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 26 November 1864

MUDHOLE. FROM OUR SPECIAL REPORTER.   As the repbrfcof the Etiquette Court has been sent up since my last' and is now in purgatory in the ministerial sanctum, I defer making the further proceedings public until the Government has informed me of the final decision in* that matter. I am now intensely occupied night and day in collecting a vast amount-' of- statistical information relative to trade, coinmerce,;and shipping for_ the purpose of enriching our columns with spirited essays on political econo my and the wealth of the Colony. (This won't do ; we know the humbug is always boating, sailing, and lidbblerising^-ED ) ~ Being a loyal subject, however, I didintend oiK'the Prince^ of Wales' Birthday to revisit my wife and family at Athens, {what a vulgar name Gawler is!) but it grieves me to say^ these Mndholian money grabbers and nigger drivers know no holiday's but the anniversaries of the birth and death 'of   their saviour, and' would 'not' shut up shop'...

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PARADOX. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 11 February 1865

[?] It's curiojUtt Elec6omHL#i |?and:dat«'. you Bifect .; -~s^' ~ ? ^L ' ^s surtftir '*ftj Ec|ll fcittpd, when he only ^ vrant*-F?epE.±-^ § - . ' ? -'?*'? ^hc l%ctoT*s,^jr^oy ^a^L *iia tjuo, MTtcn . '[ the^Kcrl^^l,3 j='|.;- 'I. . , ., ;.-?a*er eacff ?rieididatc «|^pn^ided hull ''- i,ntv iiaiiU .'??-.. ^.c-'^ ? /- ' ??? ?

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NAUTICAL EXAMINATION. To the Editor of the Bunyip. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 11 February 1865

NAUTICAL EXAMINATION. rUOM. A POUT COUKESrOXDEXX. To the Editor of the. Ilunyip. Sir, — I havo lonj» wished to obtain a perma nent position iu the publio pre?s, that is the height of my ambition. With this view I send you a specimen of what I can do iu the report ing line — on your extraordinary special of course devolves the higher m ittcrs, such as the great Hat case, &c, but there is room still for a permanent picker up of uueonsidered trilles, in the nautical line. My qualifications for this part of my duty, I feel aro undeniable — I have per formed a- voyage to Glenelg iu Colemairs stea,nier,duriug which I nnderweut every possi ble peril, besi-les which, I drank as many nob blers as I could in the society of the talented shaping reporter to the dailies — whose pictu resque and vivid descriptions of 'moving accidents bv firo and flood' ivudev thoat? publi cations tlie most interesting in this hemisphere. The following report was taken in short-hand. On e&tendiug ...

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REQUISITION TO MR. E. CLEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 11 February 1865

RirouisiTrox to Mb. E. Clement. — AVe noticed last wc«k the fact that a requisition was in the course of signatnre, requesting Mr. Clement to stand as a Candidate for the District of Light, this after being numerously signed was pre sented to that gentleman, but we regret to say that ins reply wa* to the ettect that his engagements would prevent h?s acce ding to their request at present. We have since heard it rumoured that Mr. 'White, of Kapunda, intends to t'tarnl. Catholic Chapel. — The Roman Ca tholic community of Gr.wler arc at. length to have a' resident clergyman. We un derstand that a Rev. Gentleman has been appointed to this cure by tho liishop of Melbourne, find is expected to arrivo very shortly. , Tek Gawt.ek Isstitti'TE. — The Insti tute Committee mstoiiThurslay eveniug last, when various £iub--.'oia:nittess were appointed, imd several small accounts passed thecorporateseal was jrive.n into the charge of the President: nnd Dr. Schom uurgn vraa appointed to attend on beh...

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WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1865. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 11 February 1865

'Wedmssp.vt. Feruvmit.R. IS63. Present— Councillor 3KtchcII, in the chair, Councillors Mold, Roediger, Win cev, and Younsr. A letter read from His 'Worship the Mayor apologising for non-a- tendance, being cVsent on professional business. Also from proprietor oi Hunjitp lor council's advertisements — to ie acknow ledged. Also from 'Mr. F. Wilkinson in refe rence to flagstones in Tod-strect— ston«s to be removed. Afeo from Serjeant Saunders respect ing footpath opposite poli'-o barracks. Referred to tho Public AYorxs Com mittee. . Also from Super iairndent of Cemeteries rcspeeiin;* appointment of a ennuor for cemetery at Wril«ton. lown Cl*a:k to reply that such appointment will Uemado as epon as tha cemetery is opened for interments. Tenders were received from the follow ing persons for metalling Tod-strect, and for supplying 1,000 yards of gravel. Per chain. Per yard. M. Gorman £t 15a. 2«. 3d. P. Brady JBS 10s. 2s. ii^d. J. Boyd' £$ 10i 2s. Id. W. Hi«Carlhy £0 10a 2s. Gd. W. (rorman'...

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GAWLER INSTITUTE. SEVENTH ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 11 February 1865

GAWLER INSTITUTE. 6EYF5TH AN5UA.L MEETING. Tiik annual meeting of the Institute was held on Monday evening, January *30th, in the Heading Boom. At the titne of meeting there were not a dozen members present besides tho committee. On taking the chair tho President strongly adverted to the scanty number of the members *rho attended on these occasions, which he considered a great slight and want of eourtcsy to those gen tlemen upon whom the burden of working the Institute devolved, — and that if they got fifteen or sixteen members to work for them gratuitously the least they could do was io pay them the compliment 'of meeting them twice a year and thanking them, or otherwise, for tho way they bad done their work. He said that as there were so few there he should not delay them with a speech, but call upon the Secretary to read the balauce sheet and report. Tlu- ivport is :w il'ihnvs :— ??'{Jon! lemon — In submitting their seventh nmmal report for your approval the Coinmitifc have to co...

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MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. TOWN OF GAWLER. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1863. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 11 February 1865

MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. Town of Gawleb. Wei-5Est-at, FEnBi'ABT 1, 1865. Present — His Worship the Mayor, in tho chair. Councillors Mold, Bathurat, Young. Wincey, and Koediger. Mr. Kelly wrote for permission to put 8. or iC new posts at the edge of the foot way opposite his new- shops in Murray street. Kesolvcd that Mr. Kelly *s request bo granted subject to Council's regulations. 3Ir. Young wrote for permission to erect a culvert leading from Murray street to tho rear of Old Spot premises. Resolved that Mr. Young's application for erecting a' bridge or carnage-ivay into his property be granted, to be finished to the approval of the Public Works Com mittee. The following tenders were opened for metalling part of Tod-street, and for 3,000 yards of river gravel. W. Gorman £7 Ss. per chain, 2s. Cd. yard, gravel ; McCarthy £9 per chain, 2s. i»d. yard, gravel ; no itamo £11 10s. per chain, 2s. l)d. yard gravel. Resolved, tfiat in consequenco of tho greater part of tho tenders tor metalling Tod...

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STANLEY ELECTION. To the Editor of the Bunyip. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 11 February 1865

STANLEY ELECTION. 2o the Editor of the Jlttni/tp. Sirc, — 'Will you urge upon the Electors the necessity for enquiring into the poli tical opinions, prior to tho present crisis, of those who seek to represent or misre present them in tho new Parliament, let them remember that promises can be broken as well as made, and that sudden ehanges of opinion are at the best rather doubtful. Take Mr. Bright for instance. I believe he baa in the past generally been looked upon as a squatter's man. Yet he now comes forward as the farmers cham pion. If there is no screw Ioorc in Mr. Bright's Political wheel, (which by the by is remarkably quick in turning;), it seems strange that Barossa should have overlooked his claims. The fact is, in what may bo termed his own district, Mr. Bright's views arc too well known for him to have stood the least chance of success, I feel certain that no one but himself ever entertained the slightest idea that he had abilities of a sufficiently high order for even M...

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AMERICAN NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 11 February 1865

. AMERICAN NEWS. The Florida War Steamer sunk in Hampton Road, naid to be accidental, but believed to l-e otherwise. Lincoln declares that- next congress a bill for the abolition of slavery shall bo introtluccdaudhelikcwtscdiscoimtenancce any attempt to violate tho Canadian Frontier, . ? War still continues. Tho Northern States declining peace until the Souther ners lay down their arms Isjhieh they refuse to do until their ndeperidenee is acknowledged The Federals are marching on Savannah and Iho Confederates aro sanguine of defeating them. President lancolas* allusion to Mexico has given universal disgust in France. It is considered a death blow to tho Union. The CovS. derates havo re-occupied Atalanta. Thy public debt in America amounts to 1740,000,000 dollars. j There has been an attempt tosot fire to Now York Citv, several large Hotels and tho Theatre were fired at the same time — attributed to the Confederates.

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A LADY'S GRIEVANCE. To the Editor of the Bunyip. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 11 February 1865

A LADY'S GKIEVANCKL So ihe Editor of the Bunyip. Deak Sin,— I know that you are al ways ready to take up the 'case of au unprotected female, particularly if con nected with aiirof our public institutions, and that it van bo shown there is aiiy 'ncgkvt or -arelossuos» on the part of -1 Govcrawe/ttt -officials. ^ What 1 wish to draw your attention to j Sir, is ihe desirability of having a ticket *? |»lat form erected in * W Adelaide Hailwnv \ Station yard, and ihat t ho ticket collector ! .when, be cotne-s round to collect tlio ? tickets should have on his proper uniform ; with clean bauds and face, and not iu* j trade i:ilo any carriage with hi? e^t \ sleeves turned up. greasy blackened ! hands and face, aud twwsors often too j besmeared with engine oil ami eoa] dnst. -i I assure you, Mr. Editor, I liavo often j been very much annoyed at the manner ] iu wliioli t)io tickets aro collected tlierc, i particularly when tho, man presses Irinw '' .self rijjlit into the carriage, and happen...

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GERMAN NATURALIZATION AND IMMIGRATION. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 11 February 1865

GERMAN NATURALIZATION AND IMMIGRATION. Two questions connected with our Gcr- - man fellow-townsmen have come promin ently before the public during the few past months, namely, their naturaliza tion, and their title te a portion of the land fund for free German immigration . These questions, it appears to us, deserve; A serious consideration — the first by the' | German population itself, and the second i by the colonists at large. 'With regard j to the first, we would wish to use every k influence we posse&s to induce all who M have not naturalized to do so. We can-. I ? '???'?'? :-- 1 *\9 ' ???'??i ' not think tliat our fellow-colonists really understand the true position they are in as long as they remain 'aliens.' The following are among some of tlic (Usabili ties of an alien, — (Penny Cyelopccdia. V art. 'Alien')— : ??'.*'' *' An alien cannot hold jwopettgr *n land urith out the King's permission ; and if it shonM bxojae vested in liim by purciiasc, it is for feited to t...

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GAWLER AGRICULTURAL AND HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 11 February 1865

GAWLER AGRICULTURAL ATTD i HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY. j A meeting of the Society was held on ?' tho «30th ulto., at the Globe Inn Gawler, ' tho members present ? being Messr*; J Innes, Johnston, Kelly, Korff, L:ndsay., ; Martin, P.attersontHiggs,Smith Sparshott, : Mr. SpArsliott was called i.rion to pre side. The resignation of Mr. Fowler, the Secretary who is leaving Gawler, v.aa received, aud Mr. W. II.' Husscll wrs : appointed pro tern. Mr James Martin j was proposed as President for thd ensu- * ing year, but d s'inbd on the ground that ' itiiad 'been said that the Town of . Gaw- ; ler had an undue share of influence in ' the management and control of the ; society's affairs, ard that it might %& [ more- satisfactorily filled by cno of ,lho. j country members.* Mr. Hogarth was in j consequence unanimously 'elected- io the .. office, Messrs. Lindsay and Johnson being Appointed vice-presidents, and Mr. Spar nhott treasurer. Mr Grundy, who, wan ': j-resent, was unanimously rcquc...

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PUBLIC MOVEMENTS AT WILLASTON. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 11 February 1865

PUBLIC MOVEMENTS AT WILLASTON. Wo find that in noticing tho Election meeting at AVillaston, we omitted to re cord a remarkable movement at the close, somewhat hostile to the peace of our sovereign lady the Queen, in which s. ?? t Gawler bonifaco was rather ridiculously »** ' forward andamemberof tho Fourth Estate ?somewhat in jeoa^.anly. As ,th« Young man whoso Butch courage has created much laughter and ridicule at his expense, has made overtu es to apologise to the wor thy typographist, we shall suspend parti culars at present.

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EPIGRAM. "LUCUS A NON LUCENDO," OR "A BRIGHT YOUTH." [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 11 February 1865

EPIGRAM. 'LUCUS A STON LUCENDO,' OR 'A BRIGHT YOUTH.' Zrxcus meant Grove in Latial days, As shady grovos resemble night; Yet Roman fclks aiut Poet's lays Used Lucus as the name for Light. And so with its in modern times Tho place where darkness reigns profound 'Wo call 'Light Square,' though black with crimes And shunned as worse than Stygian ground So nlso when we sometimes find A Man whose darksome soul needs light ; 'We pity his defective mind. And say in irony 'He's Bright.'

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REPRESENTATION OF STANLEY. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 11 February 1865

REPRESENTATION OF STANLEY. The Fanners of this district formerly called Cockatoo Settlers havo added a prefix to their name. They will for the future be called «' Pretty Cockey too Settlers!' Why does the representation of Stanley re semble a counterfeit shilling? l*ooause jits too Bright to promise any good to society. OciXv — Why is tho House ©f Assembly like a ?Gu^r Boer Manufactory? JBecause all Empties must be returned. '

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Port's Corner. TRANSLATIONS FROM THE GERMAN. DER MUELLER UND DEE SCHORNSTEINFEGER. THE MILLER AND THE CHIMNEY SWEEP. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 11 February 1865

||ottV(gorucr; TIIANSLATJOXS FUOM !TJIE GERMAN. *~'~~' DB» MUELLER UND DEE SCHOKN STE1NFEGEK. THE MILLER AND TIIE CHIMNEY SWEEP. There was a jolly miller, Who had u, charming wife. He built upon her faith and truth. As if upou his life. Likewise a chimney sweeper, A follow full of ftmV Who, with the miller's mistress. Some- naughty tricks had dono. The miller's mistress reasoned, ' Iu ono there's nothing new— One man is only ono man, And two aro only two.' So when the luckless miller Was grinding tliat or this, She gavo the Mack-faced follow Full many a stolen kiss. Kind neighbors *gan to whisper It always ia tho same— ' Wo think tho chimney sweeper. Your f rieod 't» a fie for shumo r' ' Oh J bother,' cries tho miller ?' It's all your idle spite, 1 won't believe your stories j Unless iu black and white.' It happened that tho miller, As ho came homo one night Found her, without a candle, AVith some one, out of sight. Ho quickly heard a smacking. *' Why, that's a kiss I swear ; My doa...

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ES BLINKEN DREI FREUNDLICHE STERNE. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 11 February 1865

ES BLINKEN DEEI FREUNDLICHE STERNE. In tho sky aro three beautiful planets — Thro* the cloud of existence they shine, 'And the names they aro known by on earth are The stars of love, music, and wine. ? There glows thro* the measure of music A sweet and heart-softening strain; In soug.worenowail our pleasures, In song, we forget all onr pain. Hut when the sound of our singing Champagne, as a consort, wo bring j It brightens tho whole of creation, And plants in our bosoms tho Spring. Tho third star it sparkles and glimmers, Its rays with the others entwine j 'What stirs up the spirit liko music — What glows in tho heart-blood like wine ? May never theso lamps of our journey Forget on our pathway to shine, But nil of our troubles and darkness, . Bo lighted by Lore, Song, and Wine. Oh ! Wine, Oh ! Music, and Oh ! Women, You brighten tho dreariest night. Long live he, whom kissing, and loving, And singing, and drinking delight. KORNER.

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