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ELECTION MEETINGS IN GAWLER. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 25 February 1865

ELECTION MEETINGS IN OA^iTLBB. A meeting was h»ld in St. George's School-room, on Tuesday, February 14, for the purpose of considering the claims of the candidates for the Legislative Council. Notices of the meeting inviting their attendance had been forwarded to each of the candidates vrho lied then come before the public, but Mr. Mildred ftlone was present. Excubcs were read from tho lion. H. Avers, Messrs. Tux ford and Ilallett. Dr. Nott, as Mayor, presided. Mr. Mildred addressed the meeting at considerable length, and was severely catechised on Taricus points by the electors,, but passed through the ordeal very satisfactorily, *iu'l ** t-ho con clusion was unanimously approved of as a fit and proper person io r* nrcseut ths ; colonjr m tiio Legislative Council, wiiilc a hearty vote of thanks was presented to j him for coming to Qawlcr tnnt evening at so short a Tiotieo. r.Pho oilier can. didates were then put seriatim, plac ing those first on* tho liatwlio had sent excuses to th...

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NATURALISATION. To the Editor of the Bunyip. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 25 February 1865

NATUBALISATION. To the Editor of the Bunyip. Sir, — The leading article in the Bunyip of Saturday the 11th inst., in urging upon our German fellow-colonists the de sirability of naturalization, mentions certain of the disabilities which aliens labor under, such as not being able to hold laud without the permission of the Crown, and so forth. As this Beems calcu lated to startle our German friends somewhat, I would wish to call your attention to the ' Aliens Act of li-6£,' which in the 5th and 6th clauses enacts, ' That every alien friend resident in the said province may inherit or otherwise take by representation, acquire, conveys ?/assign, devise, bequeath, or otherwise dia 1 -pbBe of every description of property, whether real or personal, in the same manner as if he were a natural born sub joct of Her Majesty,' and, ' that every grant,: conveyance, assignment-, or will, to or by any such alien, made prior to tho passing of this act, shall be as valid and effectual as if it had b...

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Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 25 February 1865

? local Intelligence. Public Match. — We see by Iho daily papcrotliat the G aw lor, Siratiialbyn, ami Adelaide ttifle Clubs have challenged the Byduty Volunteers to a friendly match. Cricket MAtcn— AWuuderstand that a Match is to bo played on the Park l*ndn, CrAwler, on Monday next, between tho Kapuuda aud Munao Para East Clubs. HonsES roil India. — Our Bpirited young townsman, Mr. Goo. Bassclt, leaves next ? week for India, with a mob of -well selected horses for the Indian Market— We wish him cverj' success in hia new 'undertaking. A Vile Dethactob of our colonial productions says there are but three kinds of colonial wines — the first gives him the headache, the second the stomach ache, and tho third both. The Oddfellows' Hall is now com pleted. Mr. Laycock having finished hiB contract to the satisfaction of the tniBtccs. We understand that the price of Ma chines has been Bcttled at a higher figure (£70) for the next season, this ib caused by tho increased price of Iron, and high...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 25 February 1865

Willaston and Gawler Provident - Loan Society. EOR the accumulation of mall ^! Dr-podta, and the issue of email Loans Meetings held every Tnesdaj Evening, at the Temporary Office, District Council Office, 'Wil- '1 festoa. FBANK TOLKISSOK ^ Secretary pro tern. ^ a -____________________-——-— ^ t- Tkt Hig/-e«i 'Market Price giT«n for ^ Wheat. At the Store* of ,] Frankel & Co., e COBXIB OF LYSDOCH BOAD, GAWLER c Hour, Bran Pollard &c. Sold at Mill Prices. FOB SALE. 1,300 Acres, pOOD AGRICULTURAL LAXD in \T the Hundred of PORT GAWLER. Sec tions Xos. 555, S3S, 545, 546, 559 *64S. 650, 660, mid 65'. The Land is known as Mr. Holland's, ?who fcaa placed it in the hands of the under signed for Absolute Sale, on easy terms, and . Lot* to* suit Purchasers. It is sear Port Gawler, which h&s been declared a Port of Shipment. Apply to George Warren, Licensed Surveyor. Gawler. SOUTH AUSTRALIAN IXSU- \ BA-'C_ COMPAQ (LIMITED.) DIRECTORS:— G. P. Harris, Esq., Chairman. * _. G....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 25 February 1865

SCALE of ch:»rp-3 for Jtdrertisemeati in the Dunyipz Two lines . One Shilling Three lines , . One Shilling and Sixpene Four lines . . Two Shillings Five lined . , Two Shillings ft Sixpene* : - Six lines , . Three Shillings 1' And every additional line, 4d. Adverriscmente should be sent in cot ^ater than tli* Thursday preceding tha publication. ' ttberal discount on repeated insertions of advertisements. ToTms of »n-»8cription: — Tlurteen shillings per annum. Twelve do., [paid iu advance.) Three nud threepence a quarter. Three Bhillings in udvnnuo. The next number of the Bunyip will be Pubishel on Satariiy, Hth March, GAWLER, SATCTilDAY, FEB. 25. 1S33.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 25 February 1865

Elsctric Te'e&wph Department, Offliw of Supmiiiii ;u!ent, Adelaide, Feb. 23, 1865. \ SEALED TENDEES, \ 'W7ILL bo rectived at tliis Office until » Y V noon cf Monday, March the 20th, for the ' Supply (jf TELEGBAPH POLES, *j For the Line of telegraph from Blanche town to' New South Wales Frontier. The Specification can bo seen nnd all parti cnlars obtained on application at the Telegraph Offices at Adelaide, (JawlcrTown. nud Kapunda. The tender to state the price per Pole and the kind of timber to be supplied. Tenders to be aAdreased to the Superintendent of Telegraphs, and marked outeide 'Tender for Tolea.' ' . Neither the lowest or auy tender will be nect'Bsarilly ncoepted. TENDEKS will also be be received until the Fame date, but not neecssarilly accepted, for the CONST.aiCTlUX of the LINK acior.Iipjr uv th«? specificatnu ta be tet-n at ihis O.'iico. The tender may be for the whole of the work at ho much per mile, commencing at trawler Town vthe Poles between Gawier Town hA...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 25 February 1865

ANNPAL SHOW, 186& Gawler Agricultural and Horti cultural Society. THE ANNUAL SHOW of STOCK, GRAIN, WINE, FEUIT, IMPLE MENTS Ac, Trill be held in their Exhibition BaUding on the Park Lands*, on Thursday, March 2, when the following Prizes will be offered:— Best Colonial Draught Brood Mar©, with Foal at foot ... ... . » ^ 0 0 Second best do., do., ? 15 2 Best two-year-old Colt ? ^00 Second best do ? o 2 « Bert do. Filly ? 2 J J Second best do. ? J J 0 BestYearling-Cott ? ' 7 2 2 Sccondbestdo ? ? i 2 2 Best Yearling Filly ? f 2 2 Secondbestdo ... ... , ' X ° ° Best Blood Brood Maro, with Foal at foot ? ?- ? ZOO Second best do., do. ... .?» — 1 2 2 Best pen of 12 Breeding Ew«s ... 2 0 O Second beat do. ... «. ? ? * -- 0 Best three fowls, viz : two Hens and one Cock, ? ?? J }J J Best pair Turkeys ? 2 in « Best pair Geese ? - — ° ^ 2 Best 2 Ducks and 1 Drake ... ... 0 10 0 Best pair of Babbits... ? 0 15 0 Second do., do ? - „. 0 7 6 GRAIN. Best9bttsnels Wheat, in three sacks, grow...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 25 February 1865

^^ ITta -»AJ,tL A PirBi.Cfe8B.HA-S . ??». ™E?&.App»-rloW.B.RoBian^otMr .- -Jobti .A iURi'* Machinist, Gawier. ANNOUNCEMENT. '. ntTOBTArlT OMJBSIOH, MESSBa t*gte annonoce to Site pnMtc that n portion oj toe valuable stock ii;rv hare now to offer for ?ale wan, through a fault of tfce Vrinter.or others onutti'd in their previous notice It couelet* of THAT VKRT tiSELEM AN© KOH ORNAMENTAL Half-Bred Spanish Mule, CHOW-CHOW, An animal that combine* the worst qualities of its Sireupri l):mihu»ii:# all the viciuusuessof lli.- Kmtre with the ntubbonuj-s «»f ihv Aks— Ought l« have a tn*u\ tun-uint or work in hitn a* «:ihv lie itaivo thii whim of ihi. N-w Great G.bliu -*-rtiar Mine. h.» ha«« lieiMi lizyr.i!; in «»ne «if the Tu-A*urer-* Stable* and ticvasio -ii'lly fvtch:::R.iml carrying ftira wtll kuowu Self Sepiwrtiuir 12* tublfohtnent. SAVINGS BANK IMPORTANT. A PUBLIC MEETING wiU be held in the Oddfellows null, on Tuesday, 28th February, 18G5, G. Nott, Ea^., (Mayor) in tho Chair, to t...

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THE UPPER HOUSE. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 25 February 1865

THE UPPER HOUSE. March 1st will be one of the most impor tant days of the present 'crisis. Onthatdav the Electors of tho province have the privilege of ecleciiiig one-third of ihc members of the Upper House. Mem ber.', they should recollect, no'f remove-able by any prcsfcUre from without for the next 12 years. JSlLuibcro of a IIou3e that by its simple veto c.inat anytime obstruct the action of the people's House of Representatives for j*n b -definite period. It behoves ? every Elc ',-r, therefore, not oniy to exercise his vote, but to exercise it with due care and d-'e-.retion, and to beware lest by some irivia.1 mistake at the poll ing booth, he. sacrifices his right by rendering his -v oic in fonr ;il. This is more iikely xo occur in thi.- votii-g for the Legislaiive Council than for ihe Ilcviseof Assembly. The number of names on the list increasing trie risk of confusion unless every voter is perfectly aware of what he has to do. There will be thirteen names 0:1 every voting pape...

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BAROSSA ELECTION. NOMIKATION. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 25 February 1865

BAROSSA ELECTION. KOM1KAT1ON. ? Tho nominal ion of candidates for the District of Baror-ea took place at nocn on the HOth instant, a-: tlie Tanunda Hotel. There v.-cre about 50 pursons present. j Mr. W. Clakk, tlie Beturning Officer, , opened and read the Allowing nojninsi- . tions: — Walter Duffii:li)— Proposed by C. A. it. von Bertouch, W. If. Lfwi-.^T.P., and L. Bevilaqua; seconded hy V7. T. j Hipwell, T. O. .Jones, and Henry | SfTirocdor. Jamks Matittv — Propopft: by- .To?nrs Dcnton, W. H. Eusseli, li. FoMifringham, and E. Clement; seconded by C. Edson, J. Rudall, J/Saudlaud, ana W. T. Ilip wdl. There' being no more 'than i-.vo ca^j. dates duly nominated aud necondfd, the Returning Officer declarod V/altcr Duf field and .Tamos Martin duly elected as members for Barossa. Three hearty cheers were then given, for the Q.uoen, tho new members, the Returning Officer, and tho 3'ntherland ?Mr. W. Dutlicld M.P., returned thanks in a brief speech, Btating that he cordially thanked the ele...

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GAWLER CORPORATION. FEBRUARY 22, 1865. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 25 February 1865

GAWLER COBPOIIATIOST. FF.unr.4Jiv 22, 1SC5; Present — The Mayor fin the chair). Council lore, Messrs lioediger. Mitchell, and Wincey. Messrs. Swann & Co. wrote asking for cross ings to be made in Tod-street, and Reid-street. Referred to the Public Works Committee, sub ject to regulations on the subjfct. The Town Clerk rend several communications that have passed with the Central lload Board and tho Government iu regard to a doubt that ?xiett, whether the land taken for the street leading from Murray-street to the South Para Bridge, has every been ^onreyed. Mr. Warren attended, and received further instructions as to the peggiug out the angles of tbe streets. The Town Clerk was directed to ?write to the Hon. Secretary to the Gawlcr Horticultural and Agricultural Society, pointing out that the building on the Park Lands used by the Society was originally erected without the sanction of the Council, and is an encroachment, and asking them for a nominal rent to be paid as a reco...

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PORT WALLAROO. Feb. 26, 1865. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 25 February 1865

PORT WALLAROO. [From cur own Correspondent.} - Feb. £6, 1865. I have eo much to write to you that I hardly know where to begin; of course you already know all our election proceedings — that we were honored with a visit by ilie former representatives of the district, and that they havo promised to obtain for us all we ask. and % great deal more 'besides, that our Treasurer is one of the nicest old men in the world, and in short wo are never to want for anything again if he is returned. I am sorry to say that w© have those amongst us who do not believe in all tins! The stupid fellows judge of tho future by the past ! and say that they can put no faith in the Treasurers promises. They pretend to think that had it not been for tho ' dissolution,' we should not havo been honored by either of our former members, with, cither a visit or a promise, but of courae as I said above they are stupid tcaAjarticuM and all that — and know nothing whatever about the matter ! I say ! would it not be ...

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THE ELECTION FOR LIGHT. [COMMUNICATED]. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 11 March 1865

THE ELECTION FOR LIGHT. [cOiUnJUICATED], Sdtce out townsman Mir. Grundy, yielding to tho very pressing and en couraging solicitations of his Kapunda friends, consented to stand for the repre sentation of Light, he has canvassed the district with a^ fair prospect of success, except in the very localities where he had a right to expect the greatest amount of friendly support, namely, at Teuvplera, the headquarters of his North-road friends, and at Sheoak Log, whence he had received invitations to come forward a full month before bis enthusiastic re ception at Kspunda (which place lie visited at the time merely on business), sad we may also add that Mr. Grundy had previously bad imitations from Ion- ^ wood. The Eingular and eccentric tactics of some of bis erratic encouragers would, ; however, in all probability, have been amply counteracted by bis ardent Ka punda supporters, but a diversion in favour of a rejected candidate from Fort Adelaide is now baffling calculation aa to the firs...

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A LAST WORD ON THE ELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 11 March 1865

A LAST WORD ON THE ELECTIONS. The Elections are virtually over. The three districts not yet decided will not materially alter the political aspect of affairs. Oa the whole we tbink the colony will benefit by the changes that have taken place. Certainly there is ^reat improvement in the Legislative Council, and, with one exception, we could scarcely wish to see the list altered. We have, however, on a former occasion, expressed our opinions on this case, and shsll refrain from any more allusion to it. In the House of Assembly the changes have been for the most part for the better, and Gaw ler certainly has *no right to complain, seeing; that already three of the members returned are residents therein, and that a fourth is still a candidate for Light, and stands a very good chance of being- re. turced. The question of the rental of the waste lands we -consider settled. There are plenty of good men and true returned who will watch keenly for any move in the enemy's camp and see that th...

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GRAIN MARKET. Gawler, March 10, 1865. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 11 March 1865

GEAIN MARKET. Gawler, March 10, 1SG5. During the last few days the price of wheat has declined. We learu that the price given at the two mills for fair to clean samples is Ss. to Ss. 2d. per bushel. There is still a good deal coining to hand but the farmers prefer storing to selling — calculating ou getting enhanced prices. Bran keeps advancing in price owing to the scarcity of hay. Barley and cats also participate in the advance, we quote the former as worth 3s. Gd. per bushel for Cape, and 4s. Gd. to 5s. for good malting samples of English. Oats dull of sale although the price keeps firm at 5s. per bushel for good white parcels.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 11 March 1865

BIRTHS. On the Cth March, at Gawler, th« wife of Mr. W. P. Wincey, of a daughter. On the 27th February, at Gawler, tho wife of Mr. W. L. Bathurst, of a daughter. MAERTAGE. On tho 1st March, by license, at St. George's Church, Gawler, by the Rev. Cunon e-^mb-?, Thomas Docherty, Esq., Breiner Plains, to Elisabeth Pakenham Ilewston, of LysiomFarm Onetreo Hill, South Para. GAWLER, SATURDAY, MAECH ll, 1SG5.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 11 March 1865

IMPORTANT OMISSION. .,.. MESSBS. beg to announce to the public that a portion of the valuable stock they have now to offer for sale was, through a faultyf tlio^Printe^orjptiien, ? omitted in their previous notice. It consists of THAT V£RV USELESS AND NOH ORNAMENTAL Half-Bred Spanish Mule, chow-chow; ' An animal that combines the worst qualities of it* Sire and DanViaving all the viciousnessof the Entire with the stubborneFs of the Ass— Ought to have a good amount of work in him as since he drove the whim of the New Great Goblin Goose Mine, he has been lazying in one of the Treasurer's Stables and occasionally fctchingand carrying for a well known Self Supporting Es tablishment. HAY! HAY!! HAYU! FOR SALE. A First Class IIAY PRESS. Apply to W. K. Kubebts, at Mr John Alien's, Machinist, Gawlvr. &]ffl Sale by AiictionSfaf^K GAWLER MONTHLY SALE YARDS. Next Sale, on April 1. Saddle Horses 3iaa-ii2ss Horse3 Bullocks l-ruys Jlileh Cowa Steers Fat Cattle, &e., : With the usua...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 11 March 1865

. . BATHTJBST & CO., ? . . ? Timber and lion Merchants, MUllEAY-STEEET & HIGH-STREET GAWLEE, BE0 to iufonn tlio Public that they 1 hare commenced business upon their ex tensive promises, adjoining the Old Spot Hotd, Murray-street, Gawlor, and also upon the Cor ner Allotment of High-street and the WilliamB toiro Koad, Gawler, as IRON and TIMBER MERCHANTS, and having erected powerful Steam Saw-Mills, they -will be able to execute orders with the -greatest possible dispatch. They also intend keeping a good and full assortment of all sorts - ? -of TIMBER, including DEALS, solid and Cut CEDAK. FLOOR BOARDS HARDWOOD GUM SPOKES PALIN-* LATHS, &o., 4t., ALSO!, GALVANIZED IRON IIIDQECAPPING SCREWS KAILS GUTTER IIEADS SHEET LEAD ZINC PAINTS . OILS TURPS GLASS FENCING WIRE, &c, &c, and trust, that by caro and attention in exe cuting orders, to receive from the public a uhare of their patronage~and support. BATHURST & CO.'S many years experi ence ...

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MINISTERIAL CRISIS. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 25 March 1865

- -JIIMSTKiaAL CUI6IS: Duitixa the late crisis ISarossa aal Stan ley Lave ln?t- n in a state of anxious expec tation. It was confidently anticipated chut the ministerial difficulty could not be solved uutt.ss *»ne or tlie other were ap~ penlellti. Anxiously was the donriof the I *elejif.i|ih OAce watched by eagei .«nd theuce to one or other ot the business j us? abTishmt'ats on the opposite side 'of- the ? way wa- biisie^etl by scares of anxious r»q«iirifes, ' ?*- 1 1 as - the - G overaor *ent for t Bjiosaa f* — ' Is St;»ii!ey wanted »t Go- ] veriiwiit Iltmse /' But, alas! for our | township. Upon Light has the Cap of Wisdom fallen:' We lieliew, liowever, ' tliat either of our pet districts w«re ready «t the shorte-t notice fo'p\«nge like Cur tius iuto' the griilf of public affairs, and tOOO a-y«»iir'for the good of their adopted laud. Eyrn proj;raiiinies «-ere-arranj*!ed to be carried into eflV*»:t in cjis« His ExchI lency had requustetl tlu«ir services ; thus it was said that if S...

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GAWLER CORPORATION. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 15. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 25 March 1865

GAWLER CORPORATION. ? ' ' ' * ? ? 'Wep-'esdat, Matrch 15. ' Present— -Kis 'Worship the Mayor (in tho: chair), 'Councillors. Uoediger, Mitchell, Mold, -Bathurst, Xoung, aud Wincey. ; . ,-. -* -r ? .?:??? ? The Inspector's report was read and rcoti«dered; ; - ' '-? ' . ^ :''' ' - Proposed that irhat part of High street from the Lyndoch Valley-road to the corner of Messrs. Bathutst & Co.'s busings nremises be mctidled. Amendment — That 'only such part of High-street between Lyndoch Valley road and the New-road be metalled as new earthwork may be i-!aced upon. The amendment was declared to be carried. -Resolved, that part of Finniss-street from Murray-street to Reid-street be metalled. - Ordered, that tenders he called for metalling Fmnis-street from Murray ptreet.to Reid-street, at per chain. 18 feet wide,, limestone 8 inches thick, broken to a four-inch guage, six inches of river- '-gravel j also that tenders be called for tho drain. Tenders to he A letter was read, from Messr...

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