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THANASIA. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 25 March 1865

THANASIA. AX IVCZDEHT OK THE RTVIEBE PIT U-VP, ABOVE THE FALLS. Smoothly runs ths rapid aiver, as I shoot along its fall, And I hear the cat'ract's thunder, deeply boom ing over all Darkly runs this narrow river, Cyprus branches bend it o'er; Am I sleeping or enchanted t shall I never waken more. On its banks as I rush pass them; 'tween the treea the mo onlight shows ; Ancient friends who strive to reach me, hin dered by my ancient foes, Ah, my childhood spreads around me; hark, I hear my mother call ; No, 'tis but the sharper crashing of the nearer waterfall, See my youth and 'manhood start up, here and there so strangely tort, And I nearly break the magic, not believing all was lost. Hair dishevelled, arms extended, can I catch the maiden's hand ? Ko ; for friends and foes^united rudely tear her from the strand. AU is -rsiiu I lie enchanted, with the Cyprus branches o'er, Only liBf niog, half bewildered, to the falling water's roar. Darts along the dashing water, creams the river ...

Publication Title: Bunyip
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SUPREME COURT—ADELAIDE. THURSDAY, MARCH 16. NOTT V. POPHAM [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 25 March 1865

8UFSEME COTJKT— ADELAIDE. Thcbsday, Mabch 16. SOTT V. FOFBAV. The Attorney-General and Mr. Wirfey tot the plaintiff} Mr. Cooper for the defen dant. This was an action to recover damages for publishing in the Tdegra/A newspaper, in the form of a letter, certain false and malicious statements respecting the plaintiff- The letter is as follows, the words charged in the declara tion as libellous b«ing indicated by brackets : _'. Sir— ~A laudatory letter, sigaea a ouo flcriber/ appears in your paper of Monday last, which excels anything I ever read. [Gawler must indeed have sunk low in the scale of Cor porations if tat present Mayor «Wf. (Dr. Nott) was the ' only man in the place fitted for the position.' Certain*, he went in without oppo sition; bat it was only after a numerously ?igned requisition had been presented to Mr. Robert Fotheringhom, and others had been asked and declined, that he was permitted to occupy the place; in fact, I may say the office want a begging. As it is now, t...

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WEDNESDAY, MARCH 22. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 25 March 1865

. . . 'Weditesdat, Matcch 22. Present — Councillors Wincey (in tho chair), Mold, Youug, Mitchell/and Eoe diger. A letter was read from Mr. Turner, on behalf of Mr. McEwen, calling attention to portion of High-street, back of Priuce Albert Hotel, and stating that unlcfs street is altered he will seek legal redress. Consideration deferred. Also one from District Council of Mudla 'Wnra, referring to complaints from residents in Willaston of the stench arising from the refuse heap near Wiilas ton Bridge. Referred to tho Public 'Works Com* mittee. ' ' - Also ono from the same Council, res pecting repairs -to dist 'ct road near Mr. Barker's, and asking if a road would bo allowed mi ess Park Lands, and if tho Corporation would join in improving tho crossing. Consideration deferred for the pre sent. One from Mr. Price, to be allowed to depasture a horse in the cemetery. Eefuscd. One from Mr. (x. Stephens, calling at tention to the dangerous state of foot path Pouth end of .Murray-street. Re...

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Port's Corner. TRANSLATIONS FROM THE GERMAN "KENNST IHR DASLAND" [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 25 March 1865

port's (Saraer. TBAN8LATJON8 FBOM THE GERMAN. ? o ? -EKNSSrr IHB DAS t AND' Knowcsi Jhougfc lira land with beauty clad, 'BcJecVea wltn gnat and Io«st green, yihtnepay tremsbmafcesgls^ CbmavJIrnVfreaifteinM laxi tpvb 'known, Ito 8ontltAustranVfls out own. Xnowari tnouga !!»? land from fataShoodfclear 'Where jet roan's word Iris bond ts worth; TVtere lore and irntb together cheer Tha sorrows that we meet on earth. This happy land, 4c. Kmmest thou the land -where common cense, With polished manners yet is found, 'Where faiths with bickerings dispense, And virtue seeks not to be crowned. ; : This holy land, Ac. Hail to thee land, thy glory rings Otfr all upon this rolling ball; Vdt ihi«, that on thy bosom springs, fait freedom guardian of us all. For this our lore we yield to thee^ And for thy glory watchers be. L. Wachteb, 1814.

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THE LATE MR. SAMUEL SMART AND THE FIRST CAPITAL PUNISHMENT IN SOUTH AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 25 March 1865

THE LATE MR. SAMUEL SMABT AXD THE FIE9T CAPITAL PUXISHMENT IN SOUTH AUSTBAXIA. Ik the obituary of one of the ^Mel bourne publications we see the name of Mr. Samuel Smart, formerly of Adelaide, solicitor. Mr. Smart was woll-knowu here as being a co-trustee with the late Mr. Phillips for the Gawler Special Sur vey, He was at one time Sheriff of the colony, and during his term of office his life was attempted by an Irishman named Magee, who was tried and convicted and afterwards hung, this being the first instance of capital punishment in the colony. The horrid scene is thus described by an eye witness : — *' Magee was an Irish Catholic, about 25 years of age, and had been found guilty, on the clearest evidence, of forcibly ] entering the sitting-room of Mr. Samuel Smart, the Sheriff of the colony, and malici ously shooting at him with an,intent to kill,&c. He failed in bis object, the ball horing merely grazed Mr. Smart's ear, and done hint provi dentially no further injujy th...

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GAWLER AND WILLASTON RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 25 March 1865

GAWLEB AND WILLASTON . [FBOM OTJB SPECIAL BEfcOBTEBj Thult the promoters of the Gawler and Willaston Baces have every reason to feel proud at the success which has at tended their efforts to 'provide good sport for their fellow-townsmen and friends from afar. Splendid weather — good stakeB — first-class racing — and above all, the orderly and genial bearing of those present stamps the meeting just over as a model one in every respect, and the pub lic cannot but feel grateful to those gen tlemen who at the sacrifice of their own time have so successfully catered for the amusement — we may here mention that Mr. Adcock alone guaranteed £100 towards the fund. No wonder that his winning was the signal for hearty bursts of applause. Por two or three days prior to the appointed time workmen on be half of the committee were busy in put ting up a fence ; in front of the grand stand, (a canvass erection occupied by Mr. E. Martin of the Globe), the said fence proving very eemcable in keeping b...

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LOCAL COURT—GAWLEE. TUESDAY, MARCH 14. [Before H. J. Turner, Esq., S.M., and T. Hogarth, Esq., J.P.] CRIMINAL [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 25 March 1865

LOCAL COURT— GAWLER. Tuesday, March 14. [Before B. J. Turner, Esq., S.M., and T. Hogarth, Esq., J.R] CKIHCTAL. W. Gmrman was fined 5s. for being drunk in the streets on the 11th insr. G. Cox was ?fined 5s. and costs for allowing one coir to etraj in the streets. J. Harris and — Jtaher were fined £1 each and costs for furious, riding in the streets on the 2nd inst. ll'-nry EJtvd'-d liritiht, Sen.^ was sum moned by Thomas Hutchinson, special constable of Crawler, for assaulting and resislhig him in the jex*-^tiou.~.fli: 5ia dhfcforf tlje 2nd3$$ pt-j^fawh. ,:«/«/) Mr' lludair appeared for the Gawler Corporation ; Mr. Turner for the defen dant, j Ihoinas Hutchinson, examined byJSfr. Rudall, said — I am a special-constable. '' xiik, .uu m zuaaui n^ uu uuiv %ju the Park Lands at the direction of the Mayor. There Was an exhibition that day of fruit and other things on the Park Lands. Defendant was in* front of the Exhibition Building taking the money from parties who went inside. Mr. P. Kt...

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SETTLING FOR THE RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 25 March 1865

SETTLING FOR. THE RACES. Tho t ottling for tho Gawlcr races took place last evening at tho Globe Inn; There wore about ft dozen gentlemen present j T. Gleau, Esq., ?ecupying the . chair. ' ' . Tho following amounts wero then handed » over , to the winners by the Tre* surer:— ? - / ; . . .. Maidens— Mrv O.-AdcoclcV Miss ? ' Fisher * ...' ;.. ... ?-?:. £& Town Plato — Mr. Ptfest's Cup .-. beafcr :.\: : ... . ? v 71 ' Hacks,— Mr.' Harvey's Mirina'. '''...-. 16 Trials— Xtr. Presto Cupbearer ... 50 Ladies* Purso — - Mr. AdcocVs Laurel ;. ...' :..' ... 23 Cousdlation---Mr: Roc's Modesty..'. . 22 ^ Tlio above interesting ceremony having been -satisfactorily performed, : .-Mr. Harvey proposed 'The Stewards and Officers,' and in doing so paid a high compliuiont to' Mr. .Glenn for the very * .efficient manner in which he discharged -tho duties of Starter. These remarks irero heartily endorsed by all present. . . Mr. Glenn responded, and in eulogis tic terms proposed Jl The Hon. Sec. M...

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TUESDAY, MARCH 21. [Before R. J. Tamer, Esq. S.M.] CRIMINAL. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 25 March 1865

Tuesday, Mahcd: 21. [Before E. J. Turner, -Esq. S.M.] CRraiNAIi. P. KAlvi of Heeves Plains, was fined 5s aud costs for committing a nuisance, in a public place in Gawler. IK Afc f'he»fion was charged by Ser geant Sanders with being the owner of ?loorftTrhii*]! riislip'rl n.f Ma linrsA n.t tho. Light on 20th February. Mr. Eudall for defendant. After the complainant had given his evidence, it was agreed that the case should be withdrawn on defendant making au apology aud paying costs. crriL. Kwowi.es v. FisnaH. — Claim for £4-, or two cases of whisky sold to defen dant. . .. - ? Mr. Eudall for defendant. The defendant put in an agreement, by which the claim had been compromised in a former case. The plaintiff contended that the agree ment only referred to things had up to & certain time. Tlie Bench considered that tho docu ment wa^ a comnromisfi. and trnvn a %perdict for the defendant. .Bix'vel v. 'Whitmoke — Claim for £2, deposit paid on a horse, which defen dant sold to plai...

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GRAIN MARKET Gawler, March 24, 1865. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 25 March 1865

GfiAIX MARKET Ckiwler, Mareli 24, 1SG3. Drnnfo the past fortnight the -fluctua- tions in the wheatftnarfcet l?ave been great — at one time the price advanced to Ss. Sd., but ovrmg to tho intelligence of ilhe arrival at Sydney of the 'Trieste* from Valparaiso, with 703 tons w!i2at, cou--k»d with the fact of auother ship left loading' lor me Eame]iort,iioiaers immcutareiy iook i fright, and rushed the market^ so that tlic i highest price now obtainable is 7s. .-d. at the mills for good samples, this being a fall of Is. per bushel in three days. The fanners are not willing to part with what wheat they have left; and hold te naciously. If there were fewer small buyers of this grain there would be fewer panics, as those are tho parties who invariably force the market. Cape Barley is still scarce, and very little offering. The latest* sale.' we have heard of is 3s. 9d. per bushel. Oats are in fair retail demand at 5s. to Gs., according to sample Hay, is scarce arid connnai:dii'g lu»V pric...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 25 March 1865

DEATH.' '- On the 9th January, at Eden Bridge, Kent, Pfreatly respected, and after a lingering illness, borne with exemplary patience, I'exfold Mills, second son of the late Mr. Gcorge'Mills, of Batchelors, I-impsfioZd Surrey, and brother to Mr. Keubeh Hills, \\l Adelaide, agtd 2S years. SjjC £UUU%. GAWLEK, SATUEDAY, SIAKCH 25, 1SG5.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 25 March 1865

IIUBBiiT-STBEETf Q^LEE. TO-WAB»; MAETIN, Ut« of tie J2l Baihray Hotel, in announcing to lus Friends ami the Public that lie his taken tha above cld-estaMishment and weH-know« Inn, tuns to acknowledge the cordial and extensive support which lit has heretofore received at the Railway Hotel, flawler, and toaaaurethenitliat Ins present establishment will be found in every inspect equally conspicuous for the comfort and ^aiiTeniencettfhisjfuesta. . \ . Hie GLOBE INN (one of the fast knows ^o^elries on the Worth-road) has tary ample ^oajmnodatS-mforTmvdIenandEainIfiae,aitd the Wines and Llquoro of all kinds wiU always b» Ibnnd of prim* quality, with -Charges in ?rery department Moderate. The StahUng and Stockyards are commodious; and it will he the landlord's constant study to hare careful and obliging assistants in addi tion to his own personal superintendence. EDWAJUD MAOTM ha. had an amount of experience by no ^imhuih general in the trade, but an advantage to the public in many respect...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 25 March 1865

SCALE of charges for advertisements Sj V ; ?'? in the Bvnyip: ^ . Two lines . One Shilling 1 Three lines , Oius Shilling and Sixpene Four lines . . 1 wo Shillings v.-~ Five line« « , Two Shillings 4 Sixpcact Six line* , . Three Shillings , ? . And every additional line, 4d. \j^ Advertisements should be sent in not later than i 1 the Thursday preceding the publication. will I ... liberal discount on repeated insertions «f p'**. '' «dvertieement«. - ? teent . . clock Terms of subscription: — &ti!L Thirteen shillings per annum. rr~ \ Twelve da, [paid ia advance.) '** i Three and threepenw a quarter. r ?. * Turee sfaiUiugs in advance. ' m™* The next number of the Bunyip cent! will be Published on Saturday, April 8th. JTTST OPENED &** AUTUMN SILKS, NEW GOODS * GREAT BARGAINS. com X Miller Anderson & Co. Coui T NVITE attention to the following very no X cheap lot of new - - - ^ AUTUMN SILKS , an 'Which they have purchased on terms 80 favor- B€ able as to be enabled...

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ASHWELL. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 25 March 1865

ASHWELL. The sixth anniversary of the Aahwell school took place on 1'riday, 17th inst., Mr. H. E. Bright, M.P., and chairman «f District Council, assisted by Mr. Staple ton, of the South Australian Bank, aud Miss Lewis, examined the children; after which the following prizes were award ed:— ; First Class.— Grammar and Geography, First prize, M. S. Barrow; Sgecond do., M. J. Green. First Class. — Heading and Spelling, First prize. M. S. Barrow. - ? . - . Eteond class. — Heading and rpdling. First piize, - t. J. Biwiow; second do., J. Everett; Jurd,do.,0no. Barrow. . -'?? ^Second Class.— Grammar and Geography, First prize L. J. Barrow; second do., S. Gath ercole. - ? -' - - . Mental Calculation. — First and Second class together, Prizes given by Mr. H. E. Bright, First prize, L. 3. Barrow: Second do., Jao. ETerett; Third do., Jas. Nunan. Writing. — First class, First noto of merit. M. J. Green, Second do., M. S. Barrow. Writing. — Second class. First Prize, Jno. Everett; Second do., J...

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CORPORATION DOINGS (To the Editor of the Bunyip.) [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 25 March 1865

CQKPOUAT1ON DULNUS. (To the Eilitor of 1hf. Bttnyip) Siii — Seciujr at the Corporation offices an advertisement calling fur tenders for I making --' J*innw-srri?eV I comnvmced - ybnjJering wlwi£,~i1iis street was|Vnd Jon] :juakia&. several ineffectual enquiries from niy brother rate-payers, failed to dis cover its whpreal-out- ; but bein*r det^r minwf to find it out I made further efibi Cs and at last was inform -d it was that small lan*s when* Pearce, .Wincey A Co. have their yard. - Mr. Editor, is Mr. Wincey a Councillor ? ' If so, that explains the matter, for I fin;l he is tUe only pprson who., will benefit- by the outlay. What would you suppose the said lane will cost the North W«id? I think about £S0 to 1*100 ; »nd where is the Corporution goin^ to find the money for making those stiveta which are really used by. tht public ? I presume they must wait until the councillors pet their pet schemes cairie't out, and their own properties im proved. It is high lime the ratepa...

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CORPORATION MATTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 25 March 1865

CORPORATION MATTERS. A Letter from a correspondent signed   ' Apollo ' calls our attention to Corpo ration affairs, and although it deals with the question in rather a one-sided manner we must agree with much of what is said therein. It seems to us that in tho pre sent state of finances that £80 or £100 even when assisted bv a £10 donation from Messrs. Pearce, 'Wincey, & Co., is rather a large sum to lay out on a street which only leads to Messrs: P. & Co.'s back entrance gate, and the repeated calls on the Council on the matter of the       disputed drain running beneath Murray-   street to Finniss-street' is one of those irritating proceedings that must disgust   all reasonable men who have a seat in the Council. It is surely enough that at least two calls of the whole Council, and at least four of its ordinary meetings have been mostly taken up with discussion on this one subject, all re...

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OBITUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 25 March 1865

OBITUARY.         MR. JOHN CLARK, of PORT ADELAIDE. Many of our readers have from fort- night to fortnight been delighted with certain able translations from German poets elegantly rendered into English verse, whilst an occasional original paper or translation from the French has en- livened our pages from the same pen. Alas! this pen can never write for us more. The hand that guided it has in rashness and wilfulness been raised against the life that inspired it, and only too effectually. Cf On« more Tmfort-m«.te W*ary of breath, ? : -JJashly iinr»ortira*te Gone to his death.' Poor Captain Clark— we have known him only through his.writfngs — those who knew him in his every day life speak of him as one full of mirth and humour,, genial and kindhearted. ? His foster son we have been 'credibly informed is on?' whom he-Tescued from drownmsr at the risk of his own life. ' A well-educated   man, learned in the classics, as h...

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AN M.P. AT THE GIRLS CLUB-HOUSE. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 8 April 1865

AN M.P. AT THE O.1LS. CLUB-HOU3E, As Stanley at Kopkc'a both Jolly and Bright Was stirring his toddy one Friday nig at, (And deep condescension for a tewr-fiedged M.P* CJiatted sociably on with Cousin-Jackey), Two friends entered boldly, and looking about Full quickly our fleshy 51.1*. they spied out; ' Hailo !' says the one, ** here, I must be mis taken, This is surely the day /ou jour seat should have taken.' 'So I have,' repllel Stanley, 'you can't sure think it right - - . They should work us poor members through both day and night !*' Quoth our knight of the goose, -who for Tfit '» by none done, 'Why not? 'tis the way they serve Aescs in .London!!!' We understand our old fellowtowns man Mr. William Square is about to erect a new hotle at the tar famed Moonta. he having let his fine establishment at \Srallaroo. Fashionable Armvai,. — Our sport ing friend Sam ? arrived just too laic for announcement in our last issue. We regret extremely that he should have been detained so long ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 8 April 1865

Jjtatitts ta CLcmsponDtnts. 3niogj;:iis alias Purav.— When you can » i^Hto without beuig: Misphcmous wo will insert your lucubrations even thoagli tU© little point they have in them 13 directed against ourselrcs. ^snwEM..— TVe thick the snLjoct too serious to 'be treated of in our columns, we shrll however 03 liappy to see your nams in vh« euhscriptioa li«t f or th* poor man's survi 'yon. '?Th-a Qcack.' — Too coarse and offensive' for us, try your old friend, tho IVtalty Mail. - Cbtnomxa Ctiaic*.; (Lyndoch).— We hare inswtei your lines as yoa vouch, for th* occurrence. Racin* Istem-tgesce. — ^Onr 8po?tin» &2*nd Bays Stanley has licked j Baroes* in the 'maidens,' Barossa bein^ 'nowhere.' We wonJer if the steaks were bande-l over to him. Sam.-- We slieald have thought your lat» Ti»it to the sporting metropolis of Australia, would have taught you to wciyk inattwt better. The Porter waa Tory gooi. 'None but tits bhave desebve the fa:*.'*— We don't quite understand tho following—...

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ADELAIDE CUP. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 8 April 1865

ADELAIDE*. CUP. [From our ConnEsroxDENT.] Tim forthcoming Adelaide races arc al ready exciting considerable interest in sporting circles, and even those who as a rule vote fie turf as rather a bore, prick up 1 heir ears at the sound of the Adelaide Cup. ' On a former occasion tho liunyip gave a few useful hints as to probable results, and those who stood to win upon our (Sawlor Tip found themselves the right we have another fatted calf to kill, we invite our readers to join in the slaying i thereof. Ths entries for th© different ? events are more numerous than usual, and include not only the best ef oxir own stock but also the cream of tho Victorian and New South Wales stables, so that we may look forward to a racing treat of no - ordinary magnitude. We shall have nothing to do with the smaller affairs, and confine our remark to that grand sensation. THE CUP, with its array of 12 probable starters, and at the top of our list stands ? Falcon, by Warhawk,aged. Falcon is familiar to mo...

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