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METROPOLITAN MOONLIGHT MUSTER OF VOLUNTEERS. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 8 April 1865

METHOPOLITAN MOONLIGHT MUSTEK OF VOLUNTEERS. It was creditable to Gawler that at a short notice it eenfc up to Adelaide oti j Thursday evening acme forty of ita volun teers, accompanied ? by the band of the ' SWrmd Guwler Rifles, and it is pleasant j to learn that the Colonel complimented them accordingly, by stating that the next .time he required a g»ard of honour he should apply for.it to Gawler and Kapunda. When it ia considered that many of these spirited members of our Gawler companies kft work and home in so hur ried a niarnier as to mis3 their usual meal between dinner aud bed time, and wcr- under arms till 11 at night with no other ammunition for tho stomach than a dry liisriiit and a draught of topicl and turnid beer, posaessing a peculiar brewery 1 twang, very unpalatable to palates accus tomed to tho Gawler malt liquor fountain, - we are prepared to anticipate a John ' Bull growl more or less. We accordingly hear it asked whether something might , not be done on such an ...

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Poet's Corner. ARM! SOUTH AUSTRALIANS ARM! A VOLUNTERS SONG. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 8 April 1865

poet's Corner. ARM! SOUTH AUSTRALIANS, AEM! X VOLUNTEKB BONO. Arm! South Australians, arm 1 Let the U-Vk wo'Iefft behind uf la the Ian -f we still call hami. Snow thai €oe foe eiball find «? Jlj4 *ea4r— if tSwarf cornel Ana I or the nono* of England— Arm, that no foreign foe Shall set his foot on our free land. To work Old England woe 1 Ann! South Australians, arm ! Let the wives that cling unto us, Aa ivy to the wall, Enow that should war's tramp woo us, We'd spring to the starring call i Arm for the honor of England Arm, that »o foreign toe Shall set his foot on our free land. To work Old England woe* I . Arm! South Australians, arm I Let the children springing round as, As saplings round the tree, Snow, if danger should surround.ua, Arm for the honor of England Arm, that no foreign foe Shall set his foot on our free land, To work Old England woe 1 O. NOTT.

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LUTFKIN ON DAVINPODGE. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 8 April 1865

LXJFKIN ON DAVINPODGE. WBBHme and Mrs. Lufkin leftHogsmead ?for a week's outing, we had no intentions of intruding int© any other spear than that in which we was hitherto placed. But, as luck would have it, who should we meet at the *? Farmers* Cheerful Encounter,' Alderagate etreet, but my wile's cousin, that wild Tom Bowsicold, who we thought was in America ! Tom told us, just — dear fellow — in his hold hoverbearing way, that when Mrs. I*, and me hod done the Sowhological and the .roily Tic nic, there wur but two more things for to be witnessed in London, one being a lady over the water what, eTery evening at nine o'clock, rode —pursued by a wultur and a squib— upon a fiery huntameable steed (that had been in training for the same for three years), in a manner not for to be often noticed in Botten row. Moreover, seeing that the lady's manty maker every day made a pint of forgetting to bring home any other riding-habit than a nar rer waiBtband— the interest daily increased, and th...

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UNCLAIMED LETTERS AT THE GAWLER POST OFFICE, ON 7th OF APRIL, 1863. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 8 April 1865

UNCLAIMED LETTEK3 AT THE GAWLER POST OFFICE, 03 7ik OF AriML, 1SC3. Addis, Richard, lViUaston. Balnnd^ Miss 51. liaum, Ferdinand, Concord ia. , Burri«, Bober*-^ Gawler Hills. Barden, John, Guwler PUr.xts. Baiden, Josppb, Gawler Piaina. Ulencome, I{oJ«?rfc. Cope, Mrs, Thomas, Ga«r!-?r Plains. Connors, Bridget, care of Airs tieor^e Warren. Coieman, Vfrs. William, Guwler Plains Collison, C Ciowlc3r, «folin Dimcnt, Mrs. William, Gavrhr Plains. Dnige, Mrs. James, Gawler Plains. Dickenson, Thomas. Eiuie, Jonathan, Concordia. Fawcett, 31. Goodman, Mrs. Nichol, Gawler Plains. Ilolman, Mrs William. Ifay, Alexamler. Hodges, George, Gawler Plains.' Haywood, James, Five-Mile Creek. Harker, George. Kschanmer, George. Kelly, .Patrick, Pinkorston Plains. Lucke, F. Siindy Creek. Lutt, Mr. Gawier. Mucke, Mrs. Mahulce, Mr. Moorehouse, Edwin, at Mr. Mark Wes* ton. Mills, Mips. Mends, Mrs. McCnllum, Mrs. MeCullum, John. McDonald, Charles. Pratt, jun., Mr., Gawler Plains, Pinches, Benjamin. . Peeler, '....

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LOCAL WANTS AND GRIEVANCES. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 8 April 1865

LOCAL WANTS AND GRIEV ANCES. PnrvATE enterprise has done much for Gawlcr ; municipal institution have done a little ; but Government has scarcely done anything at all. If we except the Telegraph Office, and a plain stone barn called the Court-House, flanked by a neat structure for the police, we believe no Government building for public pur poses will be found in the town, The present Post-Office, as well pointed out in the meeting of Thursday evening last, is every way unsuitable for the pur pose assigned to it, so open and exposed is it, that it is only a few weeks ago a drunken fellow staggered in at the back door of the building and pertinaciously insisted on passing through one room after another till he made his egress through the front door of the office itself. The office, through which a large portion of the provincial correspondence neces sarily passes, is a room of a paltry size, and is subdivided into (rooms we were going to say) but we prefer the term bimft* as being mo...

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LYNDOCH. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 8 April 1865

LYKBOCH, Ax important meeting was held on March 28, at the Lord Lyndoch Hotel, Mr. J. Mclntyre in the chair, for the purpose of considering the advisability of memorialis ing the G-overnment respecting a Tele graph Station at Lyndoch. The neces sity for a station was unanimously agreed upon, but as it was not known what the intention of the Government was tpon the subject, previous to taking any fur ther steps, it was resolved that a commu nication should be sent to the Chief Secretary asking the intention of the Go vernment before to taking any further steps in the matter. The meeting was then adjourned until an official reply was received.

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CRINOLINA CLERICA. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 8 April 1865

CEINOLINA CLEEICA. A reverend gent On purchase intent, To make his wife fit to be seen, Went into a store, Stood the counter before, - And asked for a nice crinoline. The ladr behind Was courteous and kind, And well used to serving out drapery, So she pulled down a score, Or perhaps rather more, Of these compounds of steel hoops and tapery. At length our gent thought He'd got the right sort, But before he consented to buy it, With innocent guile Said he with a smile, 'Be pleased, ma'am, yourself now to try it' The lady astounded, - With shopzoates sunoumdedt ' 'Shea burst in a loud fit of laughter j And our reverend fop Hurried oat of the shop, Nor asked for one crinoline after.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 8 April 1865

JUST OPENED AUTUMN SILKS, NEW GOODS. GEEAT~BABGAINS. X Idler Anderson & Co. | JTVTTE attention to the following very X cheap lot of new AUTUMN SILKS Which they have purchased on terms so f &tot- able u to be enabled to offer them at th* following Fricea: — 1,500 Yazds striped and c&ecked Glace Silk*, in autumn colors. At 3s. 3d,, worth 4b. 3d. 1,100 Tarda dan tartans, »t 33. 9., worth 4a Sd. 17, HINDLEY S T E E E T. ADELAIDE. SOUTH AUSTRALIAN INSU BANCECOMPANY (LIMITED.) DIRECTORS:— O. P. Harris, Esq., Chairman. B. G. Bowen, Esq., Deputy Chairman. Hon. T. Reynolds, J. C. Verco, Esq., M.P J. M. Linklator, Esq. F. W. Thomas, Esq. FIRE and MABINE risks taken at BEDUCED rates Losses paid either here or in England. Money lent on Mortgage. Agencies at every township in the colony. Central Office, King William-street, Adelaide. R E. TAPLET, Secretary. ? 0 ? AGENTS FOE GAWLER, W- Duffield & Co. Mrs. Rennie, Fhysicienne. (from londok.) MAT be CONSULTED DAILY i...

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GAWLER AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 8 April 1865

GAWLER AGBICULTUBAL SOCIETY TO THE EDITOB. Sir — I have been a subscriber to the funds of the Gawler Agricultural So ciety for some years, and have taken part in most of its proceedings. I attended a late meeting, called for the purpose of paying over some prize monies. Judge of my surprise and that of others to find the meeting conveniently turned into the occasion (by those who had been button holed) for endeavouring to employ the Society's money in fighting the appeal case against the fine of one shilling in Hutchinson against Bright. Of this case, seeing that it is yet to have another turn through the legal mill, I shall make no remark beyond a praise to those who boldly put a ' stopper ' on Mr. Bright's endeavour to go to law ' on the cheap,' and a censure on those- who could think that the givers to the Society's funds would be willing to see their money go to feed a law-suit that has Mr. Bright for its Alpha and Omega ? I am, Sir, Ac, EUSTIC. April 4, 1S65.

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THE GAWLER POST-OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 8 April 1865

THE GAWLER POST-OFFICE. &x influential and respectable meeting, convened by circular, was held at tho Gawler Arms on Thursday evening last, bo take into consideration the propriety of memorialising Government to erect forthwith a commodious post-office for Gawler adequate to its extensive and in creasing trade, aud corresponding with the improved condition of tho town, lib Worship the Mayor was called to tho chair ljettera oi apoiogy were reau trom Messrs. F. Wilkinson, T. O. Jones*, as»d 1L 23, Bright, M.P., approving of tho object of ike meeting, also a verbal com munication from Mr. James Martin, M.P., who promised to give it his hearty support. Ilia Worship hoped that tho present movement would be as successfully car ried out as a former movement originated a few weeks a^o — viz., the Gawler Sav- . ings Bank. Every one must bo awaro of the desirability of procuring a Post Office suitable to the requirements of this thriving and important town of Gawler. He would not deta...

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NATURAL CURIOSITIES. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 8 April 1865

NATURAL CUBIOSraBS. to tbs Karros:. Sir — On Saturday last, riding from the South Para Hirer towards the cemetery, my attention was drawn to a flock of pigeons wheeling about very rapidly, and evidently in great trepidation. On look* ing up 1 saw soaring above them a flight of hawkB, which seemed even more nu merous than the pigeons themselves. I tried to count the pigeons, and made their number 21, and on counting the hawks, which was a much easier task, 1 found they were 23 in number, all of the brown swallow-tail kind, which, I be lieve, have only been seen about here this season. I may also state that Dr. Richard Schomburg showed me during theweek a lamprey taken from one of the waterholes in Gawler, near his place. The lamprey was formerly found in Cox's Creek, but since the erection of a mill there, some 15 years ago, lias entirely dis appeared. Thepresent is tkeonlyspecimen ever taken in the Crawler. White hawks have also been very common about here this season, and one entir...

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TUESDAY, APRIL 4th. [Before R. J. Turner Esq., S.M.] [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 8 April 1865

TCESDAT, APKtli 4tll. [Before B, J. Turner Esq., S.M.] George Stephens pleaded guilty for allowing his chimney to take fire *n the 30th inst. Fined os. and costs. JEtbeard Martin & 'Jh*ma* tftionahan pleaded guilty to an information, for etvii nig liquors without a permit, on tlie racecourse, on the 17th inst-., were fined £1 each and costs.

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OUR DEFENCES. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 8 April 1865

OUE DEFENCES. Conoeatulate me my dear Bunyip! Congratulate me yourself — all Australia! Were it only for this single discovery you would be a thousand .times repaid for all your expenditure past and future on my account, and will ever be regarded as a public benefactor for having shewn your self the liberal patron of an intelligent and indefatigable reporter, whose un tiring researches and unfailing discrimi nation now bring to light the safeguard or the peace, happiness, and .stability of this our adopted home. Oh ! how de lighted will our tin-pot, twopenny ha'penny, cheeseparing Government be when they learn that they need no longer trouble themselves about the coat of pro viding soldiers, and guns, and artillery men, that they need no further pretend to foster a spirit of self-reliance by coun tenancing and aiding volunteers, or have the bother by a thoroughly organised militia to keep the country prepared to repel the predatory attacks of thieving and bloodthirsty pirates, vagab...

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GOLDEN WEDDING DAY. "THE YEAR OF JUBILEE IS COME." [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 8 April 1865

GOLDEN WEDDING DAT. 'TUB YEaB OF JVBILEB IS GOME.' ' The 50th anniversary of the wedding day of an aged and respected couple—who are old residents in Gawler,was celebrated on the 28th March, when their sons and daughters, and grandchildren, and one great grand child, amounting to the goodly number of 33, were present on that joyous occasion. A second great grandson would have been present, but was born out of due time for the occa sion, that only being the day of his birth. Had the other members of the family been present that were prevented by dis tance they would have numbered 51. The young heartily enjoyed themselves in their childish amusements, and it was a source of pleasure to the elder mem bers to talk of events of the past. During the day the following lines were com posed by one of the family, and were heartily sung by all, and as it was likely that all present would never meet to gether again, all knelt down and prayed that the God of our fathers would be our God and guid...

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GRAIN MARKET. Gawler, April 7, 1865. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 8 April 1865

GRAIN MARKET. Gawler, April 7, 1865. There is no change to note in the wheat market since our last report. There has been very little wheat in the town from farmers. The present price at the mills is 7a. Sd. per bushel, which is equiyalent to the Adelaide price, after deducting for railway carriage — this is an improvement on previous seasons, where there was generally a margin of 9d. to Is. per bushel difference. We trust the proprietors of the mills will see that it is to their advantage as well as to the advantage jf the town to keep up the prices in accordance with what is ruling in town or Port, so that the far mers will know that they are receiving the real value of their produce when com ing ±m the Gawler market. Barley eeems to hare been all con sumed, as we cannot hear of any cither purchased or being offered for sale— the nominal price is 3?. Cd. to 3d. 9d. Capo Oats are in demand for sowing for hay, but cannot be procured. . ? Rye is also being enquired ''? for, and would...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 8 April 1865

notice of itemoval. Get THE OiUeo of tha undersigned will be -p^ removed to thg Small Boom of the II Oddfellows' Hall, on and after the 1b* of -** April next. Entrance at the Bid& Ii PRANK WILKINSON, No Gairito. T March 23, 1SG5. ~™ Collar to let '~ ob' ? i TO JBB LET.— A Hue CELLAB vnclor the Oddfellows' H&U, Oawkaf. Cod If j ?net Dry, with good entrance. ^ Apply to tiio Socrotary of Hie Gawle* Lodge. Hatch 23, 18G5. , ? — ? : ? if3 THURSDAY, April 13, at 1 o'clock. - At TYEKA, near One Tree Hill- ^ T)ETER ROWLAND haB been X favoured with instructions from Mrs. At McPhcrson, who is leaving the Farm, to sell by auction, as above — 15 Quiet DAIKY COWS, calved and in yc calf Well bred Bull 10 Youug Cattle Dairy Utensils g0 A2tt» Sundries. Terms at Sale. On MONDAY, April 10, at 1 o'clock, AT TANUNDA, T DRAUGHT HORSES.. CVON BEETOUCH is instructed . by H. L. Roe, Esq., to sell by public auction, as above — 30 Head Young Heavy DRAUGHT MARES, , fit for Plough, Waggon, &...

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COLONIAL WINES. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 8 April 1865

COLONIAL WINES. Our old fellow-townsman jtr. J. Knowles left us last week for Melbourne for the express purpose of taking steps to bring Boine of our best Australian wines into the Melbourne market, A paragraph which was quoted from the Arffvs in the Register a short time back will show that this is not the first attempt of the kind. 'A number of gentlemen, connoisseurs of pure Australianwines, assembled yesterday, at Menzies1 Hotel, at the invitation of Mr. John Knowles, of Adelaide, to taste a fine collection of wines which that gentleman is about to place in the Melbourne market. The object Mr. Knowles has more particularly in view in thus bringing forward these wines is to correct the prevalent but erroneous prejudice against colonial wines, by showing that, when properly handled, they can be produced so as nearly to equal the best of the continent of Europe. Upwards of twenty samples from the vineyards of Para Para, Buchsfelde, Evandale, andTor rens, South Australia, were freel...

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LOCAL COURT—GAWLER. TUESDAY, MARCH 28. [Before Messrs. R. J. Turner, S.M., P. Ferguson, and J. S. Millner.] CRIMINAL. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 8 April 1865

LOCAL COURT— GAWLER. Tuesday, Haven 2S . [Before Messrs^ It. J. Tumor, S.M., P. Ferguson, aud J. 5. Milkier.] CKIMIXAJj. 17. W. Mortimer «ul J. Barnen Were iincd o«. each for lighting fires in the open air without permission. In* the latter cate. the defendant being blind, half the costs were remitted. IV. Gilhs was.charged with assaulting his wife, Mary Gilles, on the 27th inst. He was also charged with using threaten ing language towards her at the same time. The offence being proved, defen dant was bound over to keep the peace towards his wife for three months, him self in £o, aud one surety in » like amount. crvir.. Cxact v. Speck.— Claim for £1 9s. 2d. for meat sold and delivered. Defendant admitted owing all but 3b. 0d., but was not able to prove his case, and a verdict was given for the amount claimed.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 8 April 1865

BIRTH. At Bertha, near Gawler, on the 5th   instant, the wife of Mr. W. J. Lott,     of a daughter. Gawler, Saturday, April 8, 1865.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 8 April 1865

? ? . ? ? ? . ? . ? i GLOBE IWN, ] MUERAY-STEEET, GAWLER. ? o -pDWAED MAHTIN, late of the Jj Bailway -Hotel, in announcing to hi* Friends and the Public that he has taken the above old-establishment and well-known Inn, begs to acknowledge the cordial and extensive support which he has heretofore received at the Bailway Hotel, Gawler, and to assure them that his present establishment will be found in every tcspect equally conspicuous for the comfort and convenience of his guests. The GLOBE INN (one of the best known hostelries oh the North-road) has very ample Accommodation for Travellers and Families, and the Wines and Liquors of all kinds will always be found of prime quality, with Charges in every department Moderate. The Stabling and Stockyards are commodious; and it will be tho Landlord's constant study to have careful and obliging assistants in addi tion to his own personal superintendence. EDWAKD MARTIN has had an amount of experience by no means general in the trade, but an a...

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