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TRANSLATED FROM THE FRENCH. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 11 February 1865

TJU'KSL&TED FltUM THE FttfiNClI.; Is it not strange, how ono man could become thu muster of another man t but is it not stranger, how ho could become master of many other nun ? Many columns havo boon written on this phenomenon, but I givo the proleroneo to an Iiiduin table, not only because it is short, but because much truth is often told ia fables. Adimo, the father ' of ~ nil the .Indians had two sons nnd two daughters, by his wife Procrite, the eldest son whs a powerful j?iaut. tho youngest was a little hunchback, the daughters were botb handsome So soon as the giant came t? years of discre tion, he married his two sisters and made the hunch-back wait on them, and one of his wives ho made his cook, the other his herbwoman. When the £ hint wanted to sleep he first chained his younger brother, tlio liuncu-uacK, to a wee, ana u ne usip peucd to escape, caught him in four stiMos, and flowed him soundly. The hunchback hecainn submissive and tlio best subject in the world. The...

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WHAT IS "A LITTLE?" [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 11 February 1865

WHAT IS 'A LITTLE?' Ali City men known that Messrs. Mastcrimn and Peters are among onr groat baakors ; but it is not given to all City men to know that this same Mr. Peters is the inventor of one of lh«^ most beautiful iiiicrojrrapliical machines ever vet constructed. Possibly a million pair of eyos just glanced at it as they traversed the Northern (-allery at the International Exhibition in 1862; but the glance told little, except to those who were previously somewhat versed iu the subject. More attractive were the woiid-.-rful hits of writing on glass which had been effected by the machine, and which could only be rendered visible by the aid of powerful microscopes. Mr. Peters, us an amateur man of science, invented the .machine, and some time afterwards presented it to the Microscopical Society, by whom it was exhibited at the great International gatherings. Suppose that a metal bar is suspended verti cally, by a fulcrum or puint exactly in the middle ; if the bar is swung to and...

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

ELECTIONEERING. '' j EvEEYiiODT is getting tired of electioneer ing. It iB almost dismal to attend tho H meetings. The eamo ooft eoaping cf \ Electora — the same gentle rubbing down i of Candidates— and afterwards the same \ gentle patting on the head aud telling j them they are good boys for undergoing ;i the operation so quiet ly in all the districts. | At one of the meetings in Stanley (Wil- I laston) the three candidates were present^ 1 aud all three were unanimously passed as. -j fit and proper persons to represent the 1 district. Surely the farce of euch meet- ? J ings cannot go farther thun this. If at s these meetings electors vote at all, they I should vote fearlessly — they -should not'] be afraid to tell any caudidatc they don't 1 want him — they are there to hear tl-o | opinions of eaudidnfces, and to tell thcirt | whether those opinions coincide witH*J theirs, or otherwise ;, and it is unjust to 1 the candidates who meet them, as well *w | unmanly of themselves, not to ...

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LATEST INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVAL OF THE ENGLISH MAIL. Bunyip Office, Friday 9, p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 11 February 1865

L A T E S T, :I i\ T Kl UK E K C E : _ O3y Hectric Telegraph ] .lIHHL.ffTII ENGLISH MAIL. Jtonyip Of fire, Friday, 9, p.m. The Earl of Carlisle is dead. A conspiracy against the Pope and the Ex King of Naples has been discovered. The »Si«;ivf:iry of theEmperorNapoleon dead, the Emperor feels his loss greatly. Venctlia is unsettled. Tho French have annexed the Iulaud of Lifu, in the South Seas, which lias been severely denounced in England. At a meeting of the Geographical Society J. MeDouall Stuart proposed that the Northern Territory should bo called Alexandra -land after the^Prineess of Wa!es. Tho Brothers Davenport intend visiting Australia. Wool down three-penco. Emigrant ship reported outside Kan garoo Island.

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LOCAL COURT—GAWLER. TUESDAY, JANUARY 31. [Before Mr. R. J. Turner, S.M.] CIVIL. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 11 February 1865

LOCAL COUllT— CiAWLEll. Tl'ESWAY, JAMTAKV 31. [Before Mr. R. J. Turner, S.M.] CIVIL. Wjicox v. pALMm. — Application for further parHenlai*. Mr. Tumor for dc« fcudimt. Order made. = Kli.i.v a'. Quiug.— Claim for XS, rent of si shop in Murray-street, tlu^ property of plaint ift* Mr. Turin r for j-laijitiif, and Mr. Kcdail for defendant. The cause of iliisaciionjiro.se fiom lufoiidsnt agreeing to lease a shop from plaint ill' for live veara at A.2 a v.eolc, term to commence Irow eompleiiou of j)iemise3. Dofeiulaut, be fore thejiremiscs. were finished, agreed io ; transfer ihe lease io Mrs. Uozzard. Tho [ plaint in' agrcod io that, provided dofon [ daut executed the lease iiivt. and then iransforred it to T^irs. (tozzard. Defen dant never signed the lease, but wished the lease io be made direct to Mrs. Gozzard. Witnesses were called to sub stantiate plnintiirs case. A verdict was given for plaint iif, ihe Bench considering there was proof of defendant having occu pied tho premises in^ue...

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TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 7. (Before Mr. R. J. Turner, S.M.) CRIMINAL. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 11 February 1865

Tt-Esna.T, rEimiiARY 7. -Befor« Mr. 11. J. 'I'urner, S.M.) CaiJtfiCAlV. M. Higgin* v.as charged by Sergeant Sauuders with being at such'a dirstanco . from his dray as not to have control over his bullocks at Gawler on 2Gth January. Fined 5s. and costs. Ihomax West was charged by 'W. V. Coles with refusing to pay him £8 15s., balanc« of wages. Mr. Turner for defen dant. The dispute in this case was that complainant had been late at his work as a mason on several days and that no sum had been demanded by complainant pre vious to laying tho informatiuii. Verdict for amount claimed without costs.

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ASPECT OF THE POLITICAL, HORIZON. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 11 February 1865

Aspect of the Political IIoiuzox. — The Comet has nearly disappeared from our heavens*. 'Wo hope ih»t it is not signiftcent of the gradual fnding ivvvay of his Brightness from tho elect ora* horizon of Stanley. — Light continues in obscurity — and Barossa swallows her Aim tin aud will s/vi/fly return him. One member at least Glydes in quietly for Yaiala, — and Coglin has been obfuscating the intellectual phenomenon of i he cerebral .' pant oscnpical perihelion of 'Wallaroo by ? the eccentric, orbital solution of his un- :\ differential calculus. ' 1 'When Palmer went out of Light be fell into obscurity. He is Hkoir to be re- : turned (to Light) fo ilone 'iJrown that ~, in future there'll be no ditforeuce between the tS.M. and the lawyer. The longest tale that has lately ap- \ peared is the Comet's — it has however ; become very dull since its first an- \ pearance. '??

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 11 February 1865

SCALE of charges for advertisements in the Bunyip : ; Two Knw . . One Shillinj? \ Three lines , . One Shilling and Sixpene * Four lines . . Two Shillings i Fire HneJ . , Two Shillings & Sixpence * Six lines . - Throe Shillings And every additional line, 4-I. ; Advertisements should be sont in not later than the Thursday proocding the publication. ' The next number of the Bunyip I willbe Published on Saturday, | 25th February. - j GAWXEE: ' j Printed and Published by William Baksot, Printer, Mniray-stroet, (iawlor, whore «U % j coninmnlcatkxss scd advertLKMnenU are re- j ceived. ' « 3 134 - ?!

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PENFIELD RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 11 February 1865

PENIXELD HACES. These races took pla?e on Thursday last;, in a paddock below tlie Plough any Harrow Ian. Tlie course was not' very well selected being fearfully heavy. Th« pony race produced a splendid struggle and Mr. Buckerfield's plucky little Smut was only beaten by a nose in the last heat, the fleet Miss Sarah proving the winner' The whole of the arrangement k were well carried out, and reflected grrr.i. credit on all the part ice conccred. Tho days spori winding up with a good race for the whip andspurs won bv Mr. Wilson's Sheila. First Baee. Tarmcr's Puree of £10, I mile heats ;' for alljuorscis ; weight forage. Me Harvey *a Breuda ... ... ... 1 c ^ Hewitt Hay Cob... ? 2 HacJcilaee. For a i?aid!o and bridle ; 1 mile -hr-ats; entrance 10s. 6d' Mr. j^faryey's Miimaj^. ... .... 1 ,, ?IVilaoii's Sheila ^.* ? 3 Pony Race, £3./ One iai^o heats. ?- -f Us Sarah ! UA- w-? - ? * 'Smut r: „„ ./. fe'..'9-^g- — 3 ^Chesnut CoV ?-.. ^.^.-..i. ... 3 WTKipaiM%u3rs; SseMrtsg?^ -»|r'\VaBpn-Shdl...

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GAWLER PROVIDENT SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 11 February 1865

GAWLER PROVIDENT SOCIETY. A preliminary meeting for the purpose of considering the propriety of establish ing a branch of the Adelaide Savings' Bank or a Provident Society, was called by circular for February 3rd, in the Odd fellows' Hall, but in consequence of the Hall being occupied by the Gawler Musical Society, was adjourned to the large room at the Gawler Arms — the chair was taken by Dr. Nott, at half-past 8 p m., when about twenty persons were present. The Chairman opened the pro ceedings and read ihe circular stating that the meeting had been called at the request of several persons interested in the welfare of the township, who thought that a want existed for an institution where working men, women, and children could lay by small savings until they accumulated sufficiently io make them useful in other ways. and that in the neighbouring township of Willaston, a society had already been established by the working men, where, in a few weeks, with a few simple rules, about £20...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 11 February 1865

SALE OF CROWN LANDS Thursday, February 16, 1S65. Crowli liuaiU Office, Adelaide, January 11th, 1S65. ?VTOTICE IS IIEKEBY OIVEN,tlia 1 1 the following portions of Crown Lands: vill hi oSW-ed for sale by public auction, at the Land Office, Adelaide, on Thursday, thesix fccnth day of February, 18G5, at eleven of the tsloc'i in the forenoon, at the «j»et priee affixed to each lot respectively, on tho terms and con ditions and und*r the provisions of an Act of the Parliament of South Australia, passed in tho twentjvfiwt year of H«r Majesty's reign iat'tulei 'An Aot for regulating the sale and other disposal of Waste Lands belonging to the Crown in South Australia. Deposit, twenty per *Cn*' ARTHUR BLYTH, Cociuiissioner of Crown Land3. Covntet SECTiONS.»Up3et price, XI per acre County Gawter-About four miles wesfcsouih xrost of Saltor3' Spring Hundred of Alma. Lot Sec. Acres. Lot. Sec. Anrcs. ti55 aOO 137 j 9«1 SOS. 120 ?X,G 301 111 I 9«2 «07 117 «)-,/ 30- 114 »3 308 1°7 n;.s ;;o3 ill »J* ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 11 February 1865

ST6CKWELL MILL, THE FLOUR inailo at this Mill is un equalled in fineness nu«l quality by nny in South Australia, l-i-iuj» imulo under 1 Jm ' HU|-i'rinlwidonco of Mr. W. Uauuikon, lute of (Javier. J. DAWSON, Proprietor. .' ??'.-* Mr. J. FERGUSON, ' i Sole Agent for Gawler. — _— . » A - All Flour delivorod froo in Clawlor, and viciuity. . - - J. FERGUSON. Ag*mt. .*,,.,,,, - . ' BCHLUTER and HARTMANN, GENERAL STOREKEEPERS, MTJBKAY-ST?EET» GAWLER. TUST unpacking, a beautiful assort tl ment of GOODS suitable for the Season. GtCOCBBY, iEONMONaERT/CROCKEBY, DRAPERY, ? at the Lowest Prices. SHALL PBOFITS AND QUICK RETURNS. '. ? Colonial Produce Bought at the highest market price. . . - HONEY! MONEY!! M0HT£Y!H TO LEN D, from £ 100 to £5,000 upon good security. Apply to i v J. Knowles, *, - Gawler. Tlw Higaost Market Price given for .^h Wheat. '.'?' At lie Stores of Frankel & Co., CORNER OF LYNDOCH EOAD, GAWLER Flour, Bran Pollard &c, Sold at Mill Prices. JOB SALE. 1,300 Acres...

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VOLUNTEER REVIEW. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 25 February 1865

' TOLTTNTEER EEVIEW. On the arrival of the train a Guard of Honour under the command of Captain Ogilvy, and Lieut. Clement, -will turn out to receive Hie Excellency the Governor, and the band of tho Gawler Volunteers will play God Save the Queen. The various companies will bo marched on to the parade ground by 10 a.m., at which time the review will commenco. Tho Kapunda Band will play whilst the Battallion marches past in open column -and the 1st Gawler Eifle Band at quarter distance column. There is no programme prepared for the movements of the day ; bat, about 300 volunteers are expected to be present, and detachments of the Adelaide and Port Artillery (two guns of each) have - already arrived. On leaving tho ground the bands will play in succes sion and the companies will be marched into Gawler, where a substantial colla tion will be provided by Mr. Young at the Oddfellows HalL On tho'Gbvcrnor's departure, the Kapunda Rifles will form the Guard of Honour, and their band will pla...

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COLONIAL WINES. (COMMUNICATED.) [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 25 February 1865

COLONIAL WINES. (communicated.) We take for granted that by this time there is hardly a reader of the Bunyip or of any other South Australian paper, who ns.o not begun to fcel the importance iiaiivjualiy as well as personally of the colony's manufacturing wines of the best practicable quality, and to an extent that shall constitute them a valuable and impori»nt c-sj^ort. The wheat of South Australia stands jut-iiy :iigh in the estimation of its con sumers south of the equator, and at pre aent commands the readiest sale ; but, iu process of time the other colonies of Australia will help themselves with their owji lioinc grain and Hour, and though in icrici* aud estimated at an inferior price, ii wiii be used to food ilia peoplp who grow it; and ifc requires no logic to prove that a bushel of Victorian grown wheat consumed at home keeps a bushel of Adelaide wheat from being exported, whither thougli iho latter may be sixpence * bushel better. Neither is logic required to prove that wh...

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ADJACENT POLLING PLACES. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 25 February 1865

ADJACENT POIiETG PLACES. STANI.KT.— (T.:W Powell, C!.ir3.) ;:? A-ifcom, Clare, .Rhynie, Port CFawler,. Gawier -liivcr,, Teinplers, Willastdn, Mmtaro,' Sfockport ''West Light.-t4(J. S. ; 'Browne, Kapmrila.). Grcenocfc Creek, ftiviertbn. .Stockport, Shea Oak Log, and Kapunda. 1] .-. . . : YataijLt- K. 'J. Turner, 'X&nrler .South.) Salisbury, ::Gi2iks riaiiis, Saiitk's Creek, -and Gawier West. . ?'. - ./.] '.' ] v ' . GuanB&ACHA.-T{Geo. :.-'M*Ewini Glen Ewin., Gtuueracha, Te&ree ? Orally. Mo\int Pleasant Maidstoae, and Mount Torrcns. \'.\ .. ? Biio^sA— fvE Clprke;.Axgs?te£'} TJaicsd*

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THE BUG BEAR OF THE ELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 25 February 1865

THE BTJGBEAIfc iW TIIE ELECTIONS. Aniidst all the iu:riul{B of Eleotionoor jhg- fucve is cue ruim- roenrriiig again and again ' usque ad nauseam,' nnd turning up in. over/ imaginable form- In leaders in tho papers; in the correspondent's columns, in mv.i-akions in the advertising eoluuniB, in papers for signatures carried about bj agenta(-jy.— Low retnunc rated?) in letters and circulars, some from agents, some from cxM.P'b, some from fcatotai lerSjOtlicrs from chapel builders, some having the written recommendations of Mayor's and Lecturers and Auctio; ore, all ending with arequest that you will vote for Angas. The public house walls are posted with letters from tho gentleman himself, and one at least of the returning officers of the colony is in Ms direct em pl°y. — vrbilotiie pen of an (umpire, fresh nibbed with the pure and undented, slang of the mother country plies ic&elf inces santly in its patrons favor. Everywhere you turn starts up like a tlisezn&odied spir...

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PROTECTION [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 25 February 1865

pitafiscTibisrr ' Protection seemt a Protean t3rm. We scarce know what to make ofit, IU meaning «* depends upon '[ . . . The View that people take of it. Each patriot's aim is well to guard --* - Hit own peculiar pelf * The right protection, in his view, la to protect himself. .- . The farmer cries, ' Tax wheat and oats, .To «ve our native crops;' The tailor 'clamors horribly For ten per cent, on slops. ? ' ? ? 'Cabinet-makers aloud exclaim, That deadly rein ataros Their faces straight, unless there be, A tax on Yankee chairs. The Cobbler groans and says free trade Hid wife and children roba, And utter but one fervent prayer, *' Protect colouial snobs.' The man -who works in ' tallow Goods ' His grievance freely handles. Belief from which lie shows would be .A tax on foreign candles. Colonial comfit-makers say That ministerial follies Will reach a climax, should there be No impost 'topon lollos. The wheelwrights in a body, swear They'll die of broken hearts, Unless tho Government pr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 25 February 1865

STANLEY ELECTION, To H. C. Paiiner, Esq., Kapimda. DEAS SIR. — Wo the undersigned in habitants of Clare, electors of the District of Stanley, beg leave most respectf ully to request you to allow yours.-lf t-» be put in nomination as a Member for this District for the House of Assembly, in the forth :ouiin-j Parliament. From our knowledge of you for some conside rable time, we Jeel satisfkvl we could not place our suffrages in. better h:-i:J«;..«nd we pledge.' ourselves to usevjur utmost easdeavoars to secure jour return. ''-?'? 'f- Chas. II. Webb .'. ; '- Wiiii.i-?: 'Huck J. S. Bradley ' Eobcrr IJv-nj. Forater Uvv.ty Bradley; Gcqi-j;c Cariin James Work - S.. McGoe , Ferd. Schmidt Jiih::s'rlugo Isaac li oaieh Tho-. O.rusworth. Thomas Byrnes Henry (.Jatt Ftit-z Birkhoff Chas.Josspli W-lo John J-IiiTe Kupert Bettcridge John !?:..?! ly Michael Quiniah Ephr^i' ? Cross William O'Brien Samue! H'iilton Webb II. March, jun. . Archi;.:-ii-J McKay 1VII. K-iach - Gott. I-Lirri-.ner Patrick Kjra...

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LYNDOCH VALLEY. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 25 February 1865

LTNDOCH VALLEY. The. resident clergyman Mr. Carr, hfis arrived since our last, and has taken up his rcsidenco at the parsonage house. A Sharp gentleman from the metropolis r-f»i:e ^ii'iriet, 'Gawler has been dislin guijii ing himself by a deal for wheat with a wenhy WelHlimrui which will probably come b'/fbre tho public in s. lnw report — the Welshman we ?.?car has got hold of the best end of the leek. The Messrs. BEvitAQtv.. one of ^Iwrn j leaves shortly for Germany, liavc a -ready ] collected upwr»Js of one thousand tons \ of wattle bark, which they consider ?ure of a market at home. Wo iic?.-r itiat they consider the cargo they taso j;ou.e as worth about £14,000. We wonder this valuable product has not Leeu turned to ; sresunt ct^encr. . RECHABiTEe' Tbkt — A Rechabites'Teiit was opened with all due ceremony in St. George's School Room, on Monday, 13th, when eleven members were admitted, Dr. Nott being elected surgeon. It promises t-y be s very useful society. Two Pn0FE8S0M are li...

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AN EPIGRAM FROM TARTARUS. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 25 February 1865

AN EP1GBAM FB0M ffABrABUS* Every body being id gWa* tf«iflg-hegleritofc I have had time to mate a ft tile epigram, tft riot worth much, but since Martin Luther He» lnged me with ink, I bare -never been myself) it's ft first attempt from* ' When Adam paradise vai forced to Ieav^ * The stupid angel made trim take hie evej * Then flaming swords, Cherubic cohorts placed * With all the pomp and pay of warfare graced, * Powers and dominions at * vast expense - * And all to keep a paltry mortal thence— * I'd do it cheaper— Paint on Eden's door— ' Tour -wife lives heie,'— you'd never ace him ? OLD ? Your New Correspondent. P8. — I have -tried nolliing litcraiy mnca. Milton's time, and I think 1 have improved, I don't talk naughtier, but more to the purpose my political ideas arc much improved by tny constant attendance on Colonial Parliaments where I pick up a great deal. I hare discharged Charon and got a suspension bridge acrons the styx. I vraut a manager for my ne\y pandemo nium railway...

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