Elephind.com contains 233,637 items from Bunyip
, samples of which are listed below. All items
from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire
collection of 2,771 newspaper titles in Elephind.com
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 17 June 1865
PEARCE. WINCEY & CO. IRON, COAL, AND TIMBER MERCHANTS, 1AAVLER STEAM SAW MILLS, MUHKAY STltEET, GAWLER r (OWOSITK LYMIOCIE YALWJY ItOAl-) KAPUNDA— Comer of Main-street and Railway lload— EAFUNDA. /?IMPORTERS. Have just received, and arfe daily .expecting, furtlier Shipments of I^^S^S^^ AGRICULTURAL ji If^^^M IMPLEMENTS, ^gjf H^^ PLOUGHS, p, iS^©§li &c- &c- &c- v~3t lloward^ New Tnieni PLOUGHS, SB, BB, M. P ,VV, rp^ingjo Furrow , an PD, Double Furrow. Patent Harrow, AVhippletree^, Mougtobww, A\ hee MouldboartK and otlicr .Fittings. ... -p, ,__,„._ pimifTi1B Kan^mc and Sim's and Horn.by and Son's Sm£c ^ I^«We Fumm V ouglxe, Shares and Fitting. COLEMAS'S CULTl\ AlOUis ^o. o U. -- b, J FENCING AV1UE, CHAFF-CLTTLKb, &c, &c, Ac. DEYHCE, WIXCET, & CO.lmveKEMOVEU to their XEW pKEMISES in I McaBAT-SxuErr. GAWLEU. OP1-ositc the Lyndoch Vtdley Koad. on which thej have ERECTED A STEAM SAW MILL Which wiUonaMe them to Ex^ruto aUOrder, onthe ...
GRAIN MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 17 June 1865
GRAIN MAltKET. There has 'been a good deal of animation in the grain market since our last publi t ation, wheat having attained the high figure of 7s. lOd. per bushel at the mills ; but owing to several arrivals from the west coast of America in the neighbour ing coloaies Jaden with brcadstutfr, the price has again given way, and the highest price that we can now quote is 7s. Gd. per bushel lor good clean samples. Flour has shared in the fluctuations Large parcels were disposed of inTthe beginning of the week at £19 10s. to £20 ; 4-ut now- that. -*»Tn^'Tn^oT~1^r' ? -~* cAccuiea, inere ib no demand. The price is therefore nominal. Bran and pollard has not undergone the same fluctuation, but has kept ad vancing, owing to the great scarcity of hay and other home feed. We quote the former at Is. 8d. and the latter at 2s. per busheL Hay is readily saleable at £6 10s. for good wheaten. Barley (Cape) is worth 4s. 6d. to 4s. 9d. English about the same as last. Oats — white (prime), 5s., but...
AN APOLOGY FOR A LEADER. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 17 June 1865
AN APOLOGY FOE A LEADER Om columns are so full of the sayings and doings of more importance than our humble selves, that we have scarcely any room for our own lucubrations, and had almost determined to send the Munyip forth this week without a leader ; and as it is, whether the want of room has cramped our ideas, or that the Bunyip has taken a fit of laziness, we cannot tell, but it seems to us- that, having but little space to fill, we have less matter in our ncddle to fill it. Wo were prepared to go in heavy against the Road Bill, but the Road Bill has vanished. We wished to fire a whole rolley of argument against the Guard Bill, but we disdain to attack a fallen foe, and we have good grounds for announcing the withdrawal of the bill. We thought to have had a few slight skirmishes with the Milling member for Barossa, but he himself took his grist to the wrong mill, and instead of selling the Ministry, found himself sold. — The Annual Leases might have afforded an immense amount of...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 17 June 1865
GOLDEN BOOT. THOMAS a. BENSON, SOOT AM- SHOE MAKWt, *|)EQS to inform hi» Friends and the JjPuUic that he lms taken one of those Now anil Convenient Shops, just built by Mr. Kelly, in ? MUHKAY-STKEET, GAWIiKR, and has opened with an assortment of Hoots «nd Shoes from tho Boat, Manufacturers. Oolomal-inado lioo«s and Kefirs executed with punctuality and desqmtch. N.B.— -No connection with any other house. AN APPKENTlok WASTED. SCHLUTER and HARTMANN, ._ tiENEUAL STO15EKEEPEKS, - MURBAY-STKKET, GAW-LBB JTTST unpacking, a. beautiful' assort- ment oi% GOODS suitable for the Season . . ? ... ? . . M Okocekt, Ironmongery. Crockbry, Drapery, at the Lowest Prices. SMALL PROFITS AND QUICK RETURNS. £ — ? ? ? _?? '- in- Colonial Produce 15en«jhi at the highest hu market price. ' ha ? ? ? — — ? cu Hundred of Mudla Wirra. « FOR LEASE for seven or fourteen years, -150 ACHES of LAND, four miles R] from (Jawler. Applv to. J. TKEGO WILLIAMS. SI Gavrler. 3 BOMEKE, BLACKSMITH and W1IEELW1UGUT Shea-Oak L...
PENFIELD. TO THE EDITOR. En Route, June 6, 1865. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 17 June 1865
PSNFIELD. TO THE EDITOK. ' .. En Route, June G, 18G5. Deak Bmrerv, — The glare of these sunny plums has set me aside for some months with an attack of opthalinia, entirely pre cluding me from following up my corres pondence with you ; albeit I have had numerous subjects on hand which re quired ventilation. A shake of the lucky bag and out comes one, marked postal j mi * j ? 1 1 % y arrangements, xius now) win leave nere this evening, at say four o'clock. You will receive it to-morrow morning. So far for one side of the matter. It is per haps as speedy a delivery as you can expect. But the other side you Avill admit is not so good, when I say that the Hunyip, which was posted in G-awler on Saturday morning, has not yet come to hand, though doubtless it arrived per mail this morning. It docs strike me as some thing droll that places forty, fifty, and sixty miles from Adelaide per rail, and a common road distance from railwaystation of over twelve miles (this place is only seven), can ...
MR. BRIGHT, M.P., AND THE VOLUNTEERS. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 17 June 1865
MR. BBIGHT, M.P., AND THE :V0LUNTEEBS. TO THE EDITOIt. ? Sin, — I see by the Regi&ter'* report of the dinner to Messrs, Diiffield and Martin at Lyndoch that Mr. Bright, M.P. accuses Mr. Roberts and myself of having pub licly made use of a private conversation. I shall make no comment whatever, but merely state facts, and leave the public to iudare for themselves. On Saturday afternoon last, as Private W. Johnston and myself were going out to the targets to shoot, Mr, Bright, M.P., stopped us, and said something about the Guard Bill, I forget now what, but we were going away, and were IS or 20 yards from him, when he called out, * Its not the men who oppose the bill, but the officers, who hound them on to save their commis sions.' Private Johnston replied, 'It may be so in Adelaide, but it is not'so in G awler.' Now, Sir, I cannot understand how anything shouted out at 20 yards distance, and heard by Mr. Roberts* at a further distance still, can be a private conversation, or ...
POLICE COURT—GAWLER. THURSDAY, JUNE 8. [Before R. J. Turner, Esq., S.M., W. H. Lewis, Esq., J.P., and P. Ferguson, Esq., J.P.] [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 17 June 1865
POLICE COUBT— GAWLER. Thursday, Juxe 8. [Before R. J. Turner, Esq , S.M., W. H. Lewis, Esq., J.P., and P, Ferguson, Esq., J.P.] Application to close a road running along1 Section 3222, Hundred of Munno Para. Order made for closing. CRIMINAL. James Hudson was brought up on remand, charged with deserting his wife. A certificate of marriage was put in by John Pirt, the woman's father, and he identified the prisoner as the man who married his daughter. Order made for 10s. a week. Defendant said he had no money, and was committed to gaol for one month in default of payment.
THE "FUNEREAL" SUPPER AT THE "OLD SPOT." [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 1 July 1865
THE 'FUXEKEAL' STJPPEE AT THE 'OLD SPOT.' The following rut her mere than eccentric circular invitation was last week, we un derstand, sent to some thirty individuals, among whom, we are told, were the olHeera who recently discharged the unpalatable duty to which Assistant Sergeant- Major Young himself so t?i rangely urged them. The invitation, primed within a bread mourning margin, was as follows . — Gawler, June 20th, 186.1. The obsequies cf tho late Assis tant Sergeant-Major Young will be litld at the 'OM Spot/' on Thurs day evening next, at S o'clock. Cri£c jg-uuprr. At which the Arch Flam of the Gorier Humbug Society w^ll piX'suiiv Your presence is requested. To this absurdity wo understand that. Htrange to nay, soejv i-iieen to Iv.eiiiy ! guests responded, having probably an overwhelming taste for *' tripe.' ihere beinj* among the company present Dr. Pcpiiacn, Mr. W. IL liussell, Mr. Jolm j Cave (who, it appears, was the ' Arch | Flam' referred to, he being chairman), ! and. s...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 1 July 1865
Notice. ? , - ' fTHB Annual Meeting of the GAW X LER* HEADING & DEBATING CLASS fl will bo JjoWat tlw.UdiifclIowa' Hu.ll, onTU KS- i l-AYnext-3u!ylth.iithalf-j-!»Ht-;avon,p.m. lf - ? ?.;.,; -;,, : ALUX. CltOOKS, Jloa. _Sac ?* St. George's Schools GawleiT^ Hew JlA8TEtt,......5rr. h. S. BUKTON. fpilfs I5STABLISHMKNT will* HE- H JL OPEN on MOSDAYnoxt, July 3il. under J ho snijoriutondonoo --f Mr. Burton. ai ?- . ? L ? — ? — ? ' by . Gawler Institute.1 J'; THE HALF-YEARLY MEETING B will bo heM on FRIDAY next, 7th fast. Moml^era are rtMjuoKtotl to attend, as important .~ business is to !-c twrnsnetort. . C.F.O.ailCITAEL, Hon.Sec. Gawler livery anil Bait Stables, j T\m\rATXp CLEMENT, respectfully J X informs his frloiuls. rn«l tho Tinhlirt £-m- orollrOintho lms REMOVED HOUSES ami _ * TRAT8 to his KEW STABLER. :»t the com- fe modious Sale Yov»ls\ -where thov will iirowmWy ,, fJml for Mro SADDLE and HARNESS UOR- J SER. OTGS. POfi-CAUTS, an«l other vehicles. - CARRAGKS with or without...
FORM A. South Australia. Hundred of [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 1 July 1865
Fobs A. South Australia. Hundredof I, _ , being the lawful* of the following Sections of purchased land inf containing in all acres, hereby apply for a licence to de pasture ? head ofj cattle on theunnappro priated waste lands of the Crown in the said§ Number of Sections refered to*— (Signature) To the Commissioner of Crown Lands. Received from the sum of pounds shillings and pence, on account of applica tion tor uepasturtng lacence for tbe year ending 30th June, 186 Secretary to Commissioner of Crown T.^Tifo. . ,186 ? 'Proprietor' or ''Occupier,' as the caso may be. t ''The Hundred of ;' or 'in that portion of the hundred of not constituted a District Council.' J State whether 'great' or 'small;' or, if uulii, Liu; uumoers ot eacn. § 'Hundred,' or 'portion of a Hundred.'
A PREMIER, IF NOT A PRIME EPIGRAM. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 1 July 1865
A PBEMIEK, IF SOT A TEIME EPIGRAM. . Disraeli tried to ted the eomiug man. And when the Earl cf Derby askad .'who is he,!* . 'Tis anil, the foiled financier's answer ran. 'That every calculation made him Ditty.* AVHAT S1OXIFIES A BEPCTAtlOX. — . Gladstone on being; hustled by a lmge - 'deputation of country squires and far .' mcrs intent on xirgmtj biro to take oft* the Malt Tax, iras heard attempting; to define the noun ** Deputation,' winch lie presently succeeded in doing, (for- the guidance of the next English Dictionary) . * as ? ? ' ' . ** A nona of inultihnle signifyicg many, but , ast siguifriug much.*' 'With dno deference to the English , * % Chancellor, the Jiu-*$i$* questions the accuracy (on all occa»to»s)ortii9 definition, ' . and refers fa the New Gawiw l\»t-OIUcc V deputation in proof,' that at tunes a „ deputation not only signifies many, but j also $U*uuV$ n good deal. : ]
FORM B. South [Royal Arms.] Australia. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 1 July 1865
Form B. South rRoyal Arms.1 Avstralin. having declared that be is the lawful of acres of purchased land in , and having paid the sum of pounds shillings and pence, is hereby licensed to depasture head of great cattle, and head of small cattle, on the unappropriated waste lands of the Crown, in the said hundred of , or portion of such Hundred, not being within a District Council, from tho 1st day of July, ISO , to the 30th diy of June 186 . Secretary to Commissioner of Crown Lands.
ST. GEORGE'S SCHOOL, GAWLER. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 1 July 1865
ST. GEORGE'S SCHOOL, GAWLER. The June examination tcok place on Thursday, the 22nd instant— Tho Bev. Canon Coombs presiding. The Mayor, Dr. Milner, 'Mr. Jtw. Harris, Mr. Drxou, ?rjhI Mr. II. E. Bright, were also present. 'The boys and girls were examined in the various branches, ami recitations were ?given by Annels, 31. Harris, and Scown, in a very creditable manner. No prizes 'were distributed; but honorable mention 'was made of the following scholars in the different classes : — Scripture — Girls — A. Glcnny, C. Waehsniuth, J. Korff. Boys — Annels. Bat hurst, and Harris. Gco p-nphy, Astronomy, and Hist ory-r-G iris — Glenity, Wachsinuth, Jones. Boys — Bathuvst. Annels, Scwann. Mental Arith metic — Schwaim, Annels, Welelcn, Or vhard. and Macdonald. Writing — Great improvement in both schools. At the -concliisian of the examination the Bev. Canon Coombs addressed the scholars, ?and cheers were raised for from the scholars for tin* head master. Mr. Burton, Mrs. Burton, Miss Woods, t...
FORM C. South [Royal Arms.] Australia. FORM OF DEPASTURING LICENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 1 July 1865
FokmC. South [Royal Arms.] Australia. FORM OP DEPASTURING. E1CESTCE. A. B. having declared that he is* in the Hundred of , and having paid the sum of £ , is hereby licensed to departure head of * cattle on the unappropriated waste lands of the Crown in the said Hundred, from the 1st day of July, 186 , to the 30th day of June, 186 . u»w nucbiier owner oi mine, uairyuuia, butcher, or resident. t s^tate whether great or small; or, if both., the number of each.
GAWLER RIFLES. GRAND COMPETITION AND GALA DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 1 July 1865
GAWLER RIFLES. CHA?n- COMPETITION ASD GALA. 1-AT. O-* -Monday next* July -3rd, the -First -Gawlcfr Rtiles are to liavc a special turn out of «omc interest. The company will assemble for drill instruction under one i of the staff ofSccr^, mectiiiw at tlierendez- j vous, Gawler Arm* Hold, at 10 mxi.l ^vhenre they will inardi to the Butts, for the purpose of competing for a very . handsome prize liberally presented by 1 Lieutenant Clement, j The very appropriate present referred i to consist .sol' a couple of handsome cross- j belts, of very superior workmanship, the j colour red, with solid silver mountings* j clasps, Ac. of admirable design, purchased j by the public spirited donor expressly for j the purpose, at a cost of sonic twenty j guineas. I It affords «s peculiar gratification, as it doubtless will many ot our readers, to notice, in a deservedly marked manner, this verv 'considerate and liberal act of one of the officers of the corps, so much' in proof of the correctness of o...
ANNUAL LEASES. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 1 July 1865
ANNUAL LEASES. 1. An annual lease of the unappropriated and unsurveyed waste lands in each Hundred may be granted, if the Governor should think fit, to persons being the lessees of those waste lands, which were resumed on the pro clamation of the Hundred for the residue of the terms By the leases granted. Annlications for these leases must be lodged in the Survey Office on or before the 1st June in each year. 2. The boundaries of each annual lease will be denned on the margin of the lease by the Surveyor-General, from whom tracings may be obtained of such boundaries on payment of a fee of two shillings and sixpence for each tracing. 3. Holders of annual leases will be strictly prohibited from depasturing their sheep or cattle beyond the boundaries assigned to them by their lease, and will render them selues liable, if so trespassing, to the penalties as enjoined^ by, and recoverable according to law; and in the event of complaints being lodged with the Commissioner of Crown lauds of...
ADELAIDE GOSSIP. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 1 July 1865
ADELAIDE GOSSIP. [From our City correspondent.] I xkkj- hardly say that nearly' all our talk just now is about -he sotnewliat su1 tlen finale of i he A morJcan -*Ivil war, with its viU» murder of l*re:ti«le»it Lincdht. a;ul ihc thunder ami li^lititiiii; attack of l»en iham locales upon our hardworking bat. incongruous 3Eiiii-(ry. The close of ilvi Yankee internecine contest, ami tho certainty that it will r«iu!cr necessary bellicose cinployiuciit l*»r some fifty thousand soldiery, thoroughly alienated from ,.i!i2 lionest. and placid pursuits of ..industry, and- as thoroughly steeped in rapine and violence, in blood shed and savagery, is creating tlie appre hension that to pick a quarrel with Britain may become a necessary measure with to bowic knives and to cowhiding tlieir follow-men, and that tho Australian may, under llioinftueutialRppnciilionot' Yankee and Jvussian ArmstroJij^s, be more or less victimised. The ninirition of the British people to surpass all others in mechanical ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 1 July 1865
National Bank of Attfltralaaia. , ???...?.-.,. ? Manager. ; Adelaide, 28xmL June, 1865. __-''?: '.' SCSLtfTER and HARTttANN, GENERAL STOfcEKEEPEKS, .MTJUB^Y-STEEET, GAWLE B 1TJST unpacking, » beautiful assort J menfc«f GOODS smtable te ttw Season CMALLPROFITSANP QUICK RETURNS. Colonial Produce Bought at the highest market price. ^ ? ' Hundred ofjtodla Wirra. FOR LEASE for seven or fourteen years, 450 ACRES of LAND, four miles from G*wler. Apply to, J TREGO WILLIAMS, Gawler. H BOMEKE, BLACKSMITH and WHEELWRIGHT Shea-Oak Log PATENTEE AND SOLE Manufacturer OP THE Three-Furrow Ploughs. EVEBY description of FARMING IMTLEMENTS, on the newest principle, executed on the shortest notice. The Three-Furrow PLOUGH, can be $een at work daily ,\at the Shea Oak Log. OKDEKS PUNCTUALLY ATTENDED TO. ? Th» Highest Market Price giTen for Wheat. At th» Stores »f Frankel & Co., CORNER OF LYNDOCHiROAD, GAWLER Flour, Bran Pollard Ac, Sold at Mill Prices. Cellar to Let ' rpO BE LET.— A Tine CELLAR '...
THE CRISIS PAST. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 1 July 1865
THE CRISIS PAST. ' Another Ministerial crisis lias just, oc curred,' we doubt not would Lave been the substance of a paragraph in cbo monthly summary of the Register if that summary could have been delayed for a day or two ; and it may as well serve for an introduction to our present remarks— - ' Another Ministerial crisis has just oc curred;' and why? asks the Bunyip. Have the Ministers done anything to forfeit the confidence ot the country? Have they squandered the revenue unne cessarily ? Have they sacrificed the inte rests of the country to tire squatters? Have they refused a reasonable amount of consideration to the demands for relief and commiseration from the squatters themselves ? On any great question have they refused to be guided by the wish of tliw country as expressed by its represen tatives? Nothinp: of the kind. Hut the Ministers, or rather the Treasurer, has had the audacity to say that some three months hence he will try to convince honorable members that a change m...