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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 7 November 1863

WANTED, for the rising Muni cipality of GAWLER. A MAYOR. . ? !? Cerfwaincrs, «r Battler Beys ml apply. MISSING; I rTOMKlNSGVS usual address, to the CHAMBER of COMMERCE- ^ . '. -_, WANTED, by a few respec- table Inhabitants of LYNDOCH, a few peaceful days and quiet nights. N.B—.Several rowdy characters to W     disposed of; apply for particulars at the Office of the Bunyip. - : - ' ?(?.-?? A CORRECT REPORT -£ Hr. BARMTTS SPEECHES dttring- the present session, for publication in the iton^jp, as the} hare not jet ap peared in the i)aiKes. One empty Ginger Beer Botfle per speech, will be £iven. , ? . 4 SUB-AGEHT AT GAWLES. IBMK WILKIIOHL K^GfiROO STORE, -MUBB4T SS8EET, 43AWSSB. HERBERT BEAN retarnB his sincere -thanks to his friends and the pub lic, in and around Gawler, for their liberal support since he commencd busi ness, and begs to assure them, that no effort kmi his part shall be spared to supply his customers with first-class articles at the lowest figur...

Publication Title: Bunyip
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Correspondence. YOUNG EXPLORERS—NORTHERN TERRITORY. TO THE EDITOR OF THE BUNYIP. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 5 December 1863

. Ccrr^ponbetrire. YOUNG EXPLORERS— NORTHERN TERKITORY. TO THE EDITOR OF THE BUNTIP. »/ SiR,-T-It was with very much pleasure I read your leading- article in No. 3, of Nov. 7, as I can fullv and freely endorse all that is therein set forth. '- ??' ' I have. Sir, fro *n the first of our young fellows volunteering to try and solve the great problem and practicability of reach ing the Indian Ocean from South Australia looked upon them as being1 in a very much worse Dosition than soldiers formincr n forlorn hope to storm a battery or fortifi cation, for in the latter case, if popped off they are done with, and if only wounded or disabled, they are in general carried to the rear, and receive the best medical at tendance, nourishment, spiritual consola tion, and encouragement It was not so with our explorers. They ran-the risk of being starved to death — they ran the risk of losing their lives for want of water — they ran the risk of dving a lingering death from disease or accident, with ...

Publication Title: Bunyip
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SPARE THE "GUANA." TO THE EDITOR OF THE BUNYIP. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 5 December 1863

SPARE THE ' GtTAl-JX''/ ^ To the Editor of the Bukyif:, .'... Sir, — '* Spare the birds** is now the-' cry in Europe, an ignorant prejudice having led people to almost exterminate , these little . beauties from the gardens, fields, and green lanes of the old country because they took a few grains of wheat ' for their supper,, during harvest, feeling they were justified in doing so in return ., for the great good they did in ridding the field or garden of many hurtful insects that do a vast amount of mischief to the farmer. But the consequences show how mucb it was to man's prejudice to destroy these little creatures, and now the above . cry resounds not only through England, but through Europe. * In this colony a similar prejudice exists ? against one of. our most beautiful, harm- .: less, and yet useful little animals— the common iguana Wherever he is seen he is sure to be hunted and kdled, as a ijreat 4nd dangerous enemy of mankind; and yet, h« is, not only, perfectly harmless, bu...

Publication Title: Bunyip
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THE SEASON ANTICIPATED. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 5 December 1863

l^^fii^OlIf^AHtlGiPATBD. Thb JJMtiyio makes bis bpw teobjs (cpn^t stftaents. and in-att sincerity -withes them, kt anticipation^ a Merry Christmus and a H^Rpj.Kew Y-ar BMbre be next addresses . thQ»!-^riaanast^^ h&TOCpme and gone, «iil*«iewV year with- new* hopes, new as ]»ra£iang, new prospects, new joys, per chance, alas! new , sorrows, or new mis fbrtun«s. will have dawned upon them— May sorrow we misfortune, visit them lightly, and only for their good, and may all tto:prpfp«-5ts4)e ;t-r^ht,.tiieir aspira tigpa tp,«ea|ised%an4,: their hopes tulfiUed ! Tfee; ijfc^/Tidcinks the toast in solemn earnest in Ifcichsfeldt Tokay. ^Sha J3««ytp will next meet you. in the new year. He claims the .privilege oi lay. ingrb^ blsjmasjkr-of : dosing; his cap and betts;' bo*' white he does this, he only places ^m on tta table beside him, ready for os$ witenever .. knavery t hypocrisy, fbyyyor-any; other Humbug ventures in his. presence. In seriousness, oar little paper has estab lished its...

Publication Title: Bunyip
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COLONIAL WINE. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 5 December 1863

? ? ? r-1 — - ? -. j'-r-1 ? r-= ? r ? While our older products of the mine, the run. or the iarmbbw to us in; passing, as things already exattad to a position in the trade of the world! wine gracftfuily beckons to us for a helping hand, as a things in distress, hut feeling that it must rise to a position of not less importance than the others It is only within the last few vears that wine has been thought of as^an article ' of expert worthy the name of trade— butf those few- years have shown howi liy prp |ier manasrement, oar vineyards, measured : by the acre, may almost rival our tuns, ' measured by the square mile; That colonial wine is tmtering largely into our domestic consumption tb^re are many proofs:. That it is entering into the trade of the- local hotefe,i3rti columns of i our press and the wails of to wn3 announce : and that both are goinjr on the customs returns prove. Hew, thfen, is a most val- uahte M*d& *=priaging up--t6rcmg: itself upon us — but untosteped 'Hi...

Publication Title: Bunyip
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THE DEATH OF THE SESSION. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 5 December 1863

THE PBATH QP TJBB SESSION. Amid the. ^^m WMbh tile late ufiusuat sTctei^s and mortal!!? has oast over 'town ^dd oquntaj, it would be strange indeed, , ^ even the ihmme could retain it& usual - serenitj; and cheerfuj$e$s. It ia^iinper^ , tifieuce wW ^e- a«enipt to j*^t with the mourner or the aortuwfuL The Bxmyip AewfWe rejoices ia fiwlifig oae«a^ect at : least on which it may, without indecorum, congratulate its readers. Ajmidthe many : (ase? of mqitali^ one ptands preeiai . nent— the death pf the, SessitBL It riiecf a lingering death, andr its-^^psttax& wa* a relief to- th« whole' commqnjty. TUrt-«jgh- out its existence j it wa6 but one tfe«*r»ee ful tcrambie tor piawr and pelf ; plot fol lowed plot to oust a ministry and Secure a place or salary, ifonijfor'a day -\Vh*t 'was' the weffafe of the colony, to tFieie' piaw Eiuitiere'? The victory ofa clique for wa. -jtfQBr, -.'&?& can^soKrcely. $»y. Waji, «as die prizettaey straggled for 'fr/has feeen ttw...

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Local Intelligence. SHEA OAK LOG. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 5 December 1863

fwai ;^MCptt J — 1 - ? ? ; ? ^ ' - ' ? ? ^ ' ? ; ? oalUA. VASL lAJhr. -TSB inkflittarits W SBSTOa* Ib lon^eelebrifed f^^Q«aional edight^ime*t jbkve Utel^mad^ i^ira progress i» the polite arts- Being aniibus, to add lustre to thejt cobununity they looked out for thebeet medium.— they^Sr&t-itsiea £me.« disinssed as valueIe«i,,;jBTO»fA polish has suc S«d tolerably. ^el]«^d^ttaiojB, between l&e wasf 4f dicilnieithougkiofj jbut Ae icoarse 6f - tfce £a»er# J*«*-0 '-aft' «^*d^, »n(i it is probable that, the .experimenter will have to

Publication Title: Bunyip
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REVIEW. FALLACIES OF GEOLOGY EXPOSED. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 5 December 1863

?- r^~*- -iSitBW; - **~\- ; V fAZJJLCiks Xtf &£QLQGT 2XPOSBD, B*-D. W.-8. ifecSu^Bis:faye,^ereforeXxisTfalse; because; ? -? 'J8 is -s»e,;tljfer«icaie. G is.Mse; because- Gig . trae;^herefo!reB iptnie, tlteiSfere.G-ha&.no- xmnff so Qo wiui Om . \7astsTrashfoll6EnuBy 'bounteous to the gale, , Where' ev^y star tliait iprings its -«mrse 'to rim, . Mounts tile meridian md proves a-suo— . . 4L Cbwe&smurs his radjenee-mantlynj; head, ^^a^fe'i^e^TinjgeArth, explores tfredeaH, ? -fr¥*ta -Inijjlilima «*er xmr ~gteom,~whece proofs . may- fail, ^ - ? - ' Androids exulting Science by the tail! ; ? ' Once 't Wasray lot witfc'Jfcienee fair to stray, .And toils aeei&ra $i^i{hs:fo9d.hosaage pay; On bounteous Nature, free, nay «-ul iQveti o'er, To gather treasures from her boundtees store. : : -¥*in ! -now, 1 see, my $rodo^time - was passed,' j5iace.th|» Aujsra*ajwofs^8eso-y*sj-^-. *' ***£ o man from man^by him, **ine tilings fell'*— Proof 4o divine. KovJoWihoifldlioft...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 5 December 1863

HELL MNJ SOUTH BRIDGE, GAWLEB. O» BOXING DAY, Saturday, Dec. 26, 1863. nSth^abeyepe^onjih^FjUbev ' . VT i. A PONY RACE For —» tnineas, with entrances added, for all Fooieaf^irt^St-kaBasioi^^SaieJ/excejHSng &e winner of this- race in 1862. Heats. One mile and y distance — ~~ ? S. A BUTCHERS' RACE For — guineas, wjti^CTtraaceaaddfid^far Horses the b^ma^i'1ptop&tylht 35 a^e^ resident in| Gawier^'and us suB^fti ^6r. three months pre 3. MENS* FOOTPACE. 4; r BOSS'. FOOTRA€B. Si QUOITING MATGB. And a iariety of Old Country Pastimes pecu liar to the season. : ' ?* ''v C .', i Old English Roast.Beef-.aad Flam Padding at 1 o'clock. Gratia. Th$ Horse Rates wjlltta^e p%» at 2 o'clock jojL 5 the p$Msr: Gangs, wg]L svn*R^-*,,*£..IR o'clock' a»m.' A - ? N.B.— A SELECT BALL in the Evening. Dajidngjtojwmmence at JB i--'clockjpreciselj^_ THE LOTOEBY Will be dram at ihe Max Inn, onW^D^f fflur Evkn^ pro 8^^7#-4oct Aft P«W€»Japd no blanks^ ~ '* ? H.rW,B|nCKERFIEjyq, - ?'-??- THfi CODONI^...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 5 December 1863

AUCTION cmer ^mfsM \mts. THIS DAY, : - ; DECEMBER 6, 1863. SADDLE & HARNESS HORSES BULLOCKS & DBAYS. . -SZTH -SJE& VSVJO, HI6CEIXAKE0US 10T6. It is-J«fj^ested that all parties having Stock or Implements to dispose of at these Sales, which take place the first SATUR DAY ia each month, will give one week's notice, eitfcer to* the Auctioneer, or Mr. E CLEMENT, Gawler Arms, that they may be fully advertised. ; PETER ROWLAND, Auctioneer. mmm store, MUmtA-T STREET, GAWLEB. TTERBERT DEAN returns his' sincere XX thanks to his friends and the pub lic, in and around Gawler, for their liberal support since he commencd busi ness, aad begs to assure them, that no ?effort idn his part shall be spared to supply his customers with first-class articles at the lowest figure. COLONIAL WINE, SCP»fO ffliT USUALLY OFFIfiED FOB . Can now be obtained at the GAWLER; 4|MS INN, AT FIVE SHILLINGS PER GALLON. CARTE -DiiflBITE1 ? ? ? ~-..~:--y- =?? — v ?? ; A SLMBT^^|AK1S» ? ?' ? ; y- ?j....

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WISE SAWS AND MODERN INSTANCES. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 5 December 1863

WISE SAWS A^D MODERN IN STANCES. AoRicuLTaR4.L. Wisdom.— At a meet ing of the conmittee of the Agricultural and Horticultural Society, held on Friday, November 27th, Mr. R Milne is reported to hard said, '* That he saw n - difference in the black rust ot the present uav and that which appeared forty years a*o ; his great, grandfather could neoer soloe the mystery and, it struck him. they would hare a dif ficulty in solving it.'-' The Bunyip begs to offer the following propositions and coro llary : — Mr. R. Milne's great-grandfather could never solve the mystery of the btaek rtt*t ; consequently it is impossible of solution. Mr. B. M.'e great-grandfather jaerer ?? ? ?-'... ? ?-??'. .! heard of steam; applied tolJocomotiye purposes ; therefore, there i» no railroad. Mr. R. M'sgTeat-grandfather never heard of electricity or magnetism^ I^ier^ fore, .there never can be an electric' tele^ Hr. R , M.*s greatgrandfather never l saw an egg;; therefore, it is not of the slightest use' for the...

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TEMPLERS. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 5 December 1863

r-l®iifn^8; Tkb eitanitiitfo&of «^W«Hd?8cl*ooMF Ashi well, better: kHowitW!TBinplfe^U«k piaee last xi^ttv *»i wai r* , very , pteasqsg «ad [sufetesfeful aftUr. , Ttte pepple.df thejeteuhbochood f deserve grtat creoit foV ihe intel^ft they HiSKe In this KhooV*Ukhrtrex«iiitoatwiisbeih|Weit:ati(?t.Q^d bf bath:-hUdr«3iA«od ^ai^at^aTftl'to-^ISu&asnt piMl^t^^dott^amSK/beSinS country. ?

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 5 December 1863

Sfo&B.. to Cflrmpflttbfjrfs. NOTICE.— AU communications to be addressed to the Editor of the Buntxp, Gawubb. Wujxahstowk.—A correspondent -in that local ity, informs us that, owing, it is supposed, to the prevalence of IVost, a Swann is often seen in that neighbourhood even now. Strymbobgia will see that we have availed our selves largely of his contributions, which are always acceptable. We nave inserted the articles on Colonial Wine, and the Young Ex plorers, because they meet our Views on -the subject, although they are almost too serious for our present form of publication; At our next issue we shall be ready to receive any amount of .them. ' . Jack— Will see that we have made some use of bis paper, but were compelled to oust it ia consequence of other pressing matter. Innocent Amusement. — Too late. Gdctnil — We hold the subject over until next month, when we intend to offer a few remarks on the present Coroners' Act and its ineffici ency. The facts relating to the gent...

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HINTS ON ETIQUETTE. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 5 December 1863

''iMmi^m-M^&m^^ 6oWferee&Bg having beet^ealy,s«eilied ^to r^f thi* ^cohmyiur re£ej^«e 4o ?&£*&+&& roster hom^.^td^^e ^ , to -^prefa few hints thereon to the risings Avafemliflln^gea* erajtioH— of coarse, as we ^aie isndpodeaa to England with regard to oar Keographicslr'ao qngbfe jFfi i».*e: with? cegafed tOiHiriKKaal fcoettiaa —and therefor^ the Oni^BfteT4ia^Qg,.1hreQgh the4«BtmnieatBiij^ jrf ^tlre Bed Kangaroo, pur chased a iH^niffpraWp .number _o£ Jxx-ks on eti que^e, xEommenchig fwitH iapar 4%a&trfuh?a Letters to Mi Sen and ending 'with Anc&'s epis tles to the same interesting relative, and having submitted the aameto **tte most accomplished gentletoih in feux^'-^oif ^nigSy ?r^A;ted ArtAFlam— htoarHvedattheMfowin^cbba^- tions-they ^noweVeMffljr ii&freil *&%&- topercHsr— / - - 1st. W^KBspBciroJt^xiiK^TokTJUtnm ?' ? '. ?^Ajt'rtEs. ?;???,?.- '-?'' ?' Inpre^uing ttfc^t8#tentt^biflr^bl^BeM thecustp...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 5 December 1863

' I say, Bill, have you got a Bunyip in your pocket ? ' M No. — Do you take me for a men agerie?' i

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SOLONS OF MODERN ATHENS. No. 1. PHRENOLOGY. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 5 December 1863

soh(mB of mjimR^ jcmms. %?-k t,;3.':-.v.'.:.. Dtnsm ibe last jaopnih ^coCeBsoe Haaoailton Jua been edifying the good people of GrawleTTnth a series Of lectures on tMs mtfer^fCrn^ science, 0ontrary- te expeasrtSSFtte lemr&meRiyety interesting, bomoc9Qa- «»dr hi#fy U^BteactLv^ Frefessor-HamUton is a complete -master -of the science he. professes, and also of ifie* art' of xxai veying instruction to othersjas^olfe'^f xittr1 Alff who was ^hfere learned fi^--w%oteiaf*^fieai- reaRlinjF is the twaoudite. -We.ri*©--below -o»e prtwo,of~oar tyro's -deductions from.the^'Cran iologicalldejsippme^of -aorae «f our e»teea^3 townMnen, leairjuigdtti-r^tdBrs^tblira^eofits accuracy r tdtfer^^rewtoB^^efiefce^nWIiivteg the real names.: rj :r;..^.._. ^ .... f- - -.-?; .i X. A weil; -tevdoped. hesdL bnt too «a«ully balanced;,. few of t^e o'rgana: which l«n r man ? g^reraUy-pirmiiriQiif in ^d^ neans 'ar«l ife itefe, ajid consequently th^geteS»l^fia*wSa#i»*«tear of a: milk ami water w nambv-paad-j i...

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THE LEGEND OF ATHENS THE LITTLE. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 5 December 1863

TflE LEGEND OF ATHENS THE LITTLE. And there was a city that arose unto .jgre&tnesa^ and basked in the sunshine of .freedom, and delighted in the science of Scotch Navigation, for ' the surveyors thereof, were men of understanding — men who gloried in jrohliine lanoscape and ragged scenery, who strove how they might bring Paradise again uponearth. Therefore they laid out a city be tween two magnificent rivers, on apiece of ground ?where impassable hills and boggy gullies reigned ffinrnphant ; they therefore made streets, which traversed every point of the compass some ran up mountain ranges and down perpen dicular gullies, while others reached the banks x-f the rivers, and leaped into the water and drowned themselves, for there was no way that led therefrom. Then these wise men lifted up their eyes unto their work, and surveyed it with great delight ; but the bullock-driver that approached thereto was possessed with blank dismay at the intricate glue-pot before him. And the c...

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PARODY ON AN OLD SONG. ADAPTED TO TEETOTAL GALAS. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 5 December 1863

PARODY ON :AK Om SDHtQ ADAPTED TO TEXTOTAI. OAU& Old Emg Cole Was a ^miS'd old^onl, 1 And a crabbed old soul #«S ije, ; : .^or kissing in the ^feg '?? ? . y Was a horrid *ricfaii|sMng» ^*? And it never should be done, quodi hs.'

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 5 December 1863

C^WiEH 8M8T8TMTBJ MR, A. S.HAMILTON, PRACTICAL PHRENOLJGISr,. Will deliver his last - ? LECTURE In the GAWLER [NSTITUTE, On ' THURSDAY, SBCEM JO, At half-past 7 o'clock pan, SY LL ABUS OP LECnTRE— The organs of the Moral Sentiments, and the Faculties of Imagination, Observation, and Reflection.— The groups of organs explained, which give talent ibr Poetry tfusic, and the Fine Arts—and reasons given for. unsuccessful efforts.— The com bination of Faculties described, which give capacity for the Bar, the Senate, and the Pulpit. ' , TDE i;\WLM miMER BIND Is expected to be mYattenaanoe,:and yjJH

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BUCHSFELDT. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 5 December 1863

? BXKJa^HEtDT r^' «xafi&^o^ of fha IMrtiict, School at moatk, andato^b- «atiWac*-iTHM*- r^irfe the - profress of the cbJldiea attendUig, looked rery ?t^lectei, as ' only' t^o TWripns1 aVtod^'on l^ haft- of *%e !MfWni- lirtler-fr&t tto been x-roviaa ftr the ^uldkh it7Bhoyed^ w^nt ; 6'f interest in' ifiiq jBcttoSl 'va tire part 6| ffieiml io^ofamaies in Ae inlei^bofho-jd '^hat * we fifldd' not eicpect rJto- see fn! this, the oddest «nd 'first1 «^^j^ of the district. It is tsaa^escouragb-' mem for theteacher. ' Fjdpth *f 'Nof^fBiER tk GA.wiaaS.--A. no#d' Pub.'ran :agatnst tin old PoBtimos^«', an[d mafle; a Guy of Mii^lf-^e i^ iinmeaiatelyB-imbbWd.! . XSmtCaiRiTr.---rfe~- Corporation -of. Gawlejr' has .passed a series of -^yerLaws^for the 'good goverjamepjt , -of the town, and amoiigst thfim is brie 'to ' secure wholesoihe brestd, ^ follpws^r ' Any baker who shall sell bread compounded ! oT materials- not allow^ by lawVs&lI reSjer1 the whole of such Bread Bable t...

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