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GRAIN MARKET. Gawler, July 1, 1865. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 1 July 1865

GRAIN MARKET. Gawlor. July 1,1865., ... AVe have to report an improvement in the price of Wheat s;ueo our last publication. There Ins been a good deal brought to town by tho farmers, and the competition is go givu j amonirsfc buyers that tho price liis kept ad vancinsr daily, until we learn to-day V1^^' W; fcushel is triven at tho mills. W« think H:e farmer? outfit to take advanti.sro of th's puw, and keep the market supr-l'e'i. for stssuredl r the quautxty of breadstuife ex}-ected fvomChiti. and which thero can bo no doubt will amvn must have an influence on the market, and canso prices to giro way. Fi-oub has not shared in tho adynne?. tmd tltft prico remains tlio same as last, .£11' 10s. to ?£2'J. Bka.u and Pomakp are still in active cc- i mand at Is. 8d. and 2s. per bu?!iel. j Bauley, Cape, 4s. 0-1.; English do. 5s. to 6s. fid, per bushel, according to sa'milo. Oats, 5s. to 5s. 3d., with vary limited tie mand. GAWLER, SATURDAY, JULY 1, 1865.

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GAWLER NEW POST-OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 1 July 1865

GAWLEU KEW POST-Cl-TICE. As it will be ir*erostinp to our readers generally to loam the j.vofjress of this important move ment, we lay I. fore them this following ample details furnish:.! us l-y its attentive ami indus trious Secretary : — . That gentleman having receive*! from the Puliiic Works iX-partnivnt n letter on tlie 14th msiam, siaiing uiai 'tne uomcussioner wouln feel obliged by information as to what site of not less than 75 feet frontage the deputation would recommend, and the price at which such site wouid. be offered to Government.' Mr. Grundy finding that a meeting «f the deputation could not lie held till Saturday, thy 17th, em ployed the interval in jtctivt-ly ascertaining all the suitable and available sites, which were found to be limited to four, the only freehold properties offering in the main street, plans of which he prepared on :i scale of !6 feet to the inch, and laid before the meeting of ilctmtatore. which were — Walter l-uflieii». I sq., M.P., Chair man ...

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TAXATION. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 1 July 1865

T AX A T I O *J. '; TO THE EDITOR.' ? ;: ' i'^ Gander, 12th June, 1SG5. Sir, — The question of taxation is one which at the present time -deserves to he well con sidered. ? ?! -.:?;:? Our legislators appear to be cliout to take a bold step and make Adelaide a free port. That this wcnld have its advantages (principally in the fostering of trade) I will not attempt to deny; but vouldtlie advantages counterbalance the disadvantages? : The revenue of the province is doubtless at present in a flourishing condition, but this is ^n a great measure owing- to the two exceed ingly prosperous ycai-s which have jast passed by. We cannot redkon on an uninterrupted course of such prosperity; and if (as it icv.st) our revenue fall Lack into its ordinary chanuel, the point 1 started with — viz., taxation— \vill inevitably claim our attention. Taxation isccnipx-ehensively cl&ssedas direct and indirect ; ami much, lias- been and inay b« said (especially in theory) in favour of direct taxation...

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FOOT RACE.—KAPUNDA V. GAWLER. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 1 July 1865

FOOT ltACE.-KAPUIS.DA V. -GAWLEU. Tins event came off on Monday laat in tlie presence of a large concourse of spectators, the ground selected 'was on the ihifc known as G-ooso Island, in front of BuckcrfiekVs Mill Inn; it was in good order, and steps had been taken to :;reveat tlio men jostling, bv a rope stretching the whole distance, 100 yds., each man having to take his own side, and keep it. The Knpnnda division arrived by the morning train, ami 'a single glance at their man was suiiuient to show that great care had been be stowed on his .preparation as lie was evidently 'fit as a fiddle.' Merritt is a short man, with great width of shoulder and depth of chest, and gives one the impression that he has great strength for his weight- It was hoped that the advent of the copper folks would cause, soire browns to be circulated, but they with rather doubtful judgment, com mou'cd at once with 5 to 1 on their man, which liberal odds satisfied the wheat grinders that 'tothcr side were pl...

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GAWLER READING AND DEBATING CLASS. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 1 July 1865

GAWLER READING AND DE BATING CLASS. This useful and flourishing society cele brated its third anniversary on Tuesday, June 20th, at tho Oddfellows' Hall, and the programme, as usual, drew together ? a numerous and highly respectable audience. The entertainment consisted of readings and recitations bv members of the class, varied by a lecture by tho Rev. S. Green on the Ingoldsby Legends, their Rhymes and Bathos, Humour and Pathos ; and as it was the rev. gentle man's first appearance before a Gawler audience, we must give him precedence, and well he deserves it. 1'rom the com nicncenient he took the audience com pletely by surprise. His geniality and kindly humour w. re thoroughly suited to the theme. He eliecoursed most pleasantly on tiie pleasantries of his author — Ins own snatches of humour equalling the gemn he culled irom the legendary lore ot Thomas Ingoldsby ; nor did he forget, as became the clergyman and tho scholar, to point tho moral whilst he adorned Iho tale. In recita...

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POLICE COURT—GAWLER. TUESDAY, JUNE 27. [Before R. J. Turner, Esq., S.M.] [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 1 July 1865

POLICE COUKT-iSAWLEfi. TVESPAY, JlKE 27, f Before It J. Turner. E-« .S.M.1 Dku.ino v, AVkixkiit.— -Claim for £G Vj* Cd., far five bags of wheat, and £1 5s., k 'Wiuirv of wages. Mr. ltudull for plain -,:'' *i'G'? Mr- Turner fur defendant, who ad v.ittcd £1 5a. AfttT hearing Iho evi . ilfiicc of the plaintiff, tho Court non nrit«d the plaintiff, on tho ground that iho 'action was not brought in a proper form. Ovkiux y. J. A G. 'Wilcox.— Action for £15, being balance of monev ou sale of least* of a section at the iK-dbanks. Mr Turner for plaintiff and Mr. Kudall for defendants. Tho particulars of this -ase were ah follows : — Ilio defendants living n claim of £54 for a store account niziuiiKt (lueriu, they proceeded to his liOUHo and secured themselves, as far as possible, in getting goods on account of the debt in the shape of a horse, cow, pigs*, hav, &c, and afterwards induced {jueriu to give up to them his lease of a section of land, to enable them to sell it and repay them...

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LEICHARDT SEARCH COMMITTEE MEETING AT GAWLER. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 1 July 1865

LEICIIAKBT SEARCH. COMMITTEE MJiKTJIMJ AT GAVi'I.V.ll. Tun following report of a nicelin^ lidd ia Gavvier oa Slotuky last, v. iil bo pcr iii-x'd with ini crest by every Ir.nnane aud iutt lii^eiit reader, and such will join us in accepting with 'pardonable jrratilica iion the co!!ipliinciit wJiicsi ctir ciiv corr^pondent ];ays Gawler in reference to its' prompt and benevolent action Iltcreiu. | 'We reprint tlie report A-crbathn as it j appeared in the ? Advertiser^ having flowed our ov.n reporter io -place hi»* ijoies at the service of the dailies, so as io give the earliest publicity to the Gaw Icr movement. A.tnacii'j^wa-'lieldat.iho OtWfoll'-w.':V Iia'.I Co'i.*?A'T3e-roo;ti. on 3Iu:i(V;j' ftfit r noon, of genilemen interested in sup porting the movement for ah ciploratii-ii of the cnntiiK'iit in quest of the long inissir.tr Dr. Leichardt. Tho mcttinc: c:;m]!rivcu'iue Mayor, (Dr. Kutt), jlr. J. 2Iar1hi. M'.l\. the* Kev. Canon i'ooinhs, Sir. li. J. 'I^ntcr,- S.ir., Jltssrs McKin lay...

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GAWLER CORPORATION. JUNE 28, 1865. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 1 July 1865

GAWLER CORPORATION'. Jcxe 28, 1SG5. Present — His 'Worship the Mayor (in the ehtnr).. Councillors M'old, Bathvirst, lioedigcr, Mitchell, and Younir. The ?.!ayor said h.e l:ad received a leiter from Sir. Todd. Superintendent of Telo graphs, stating that, on the occasion of planting the iirst telegraph i-ole of the dn-ce-t Jj?ydnc\- l;ne at. Gawler, he inadver tently omitted, in the. hurry, to ?enel an invitation to the Mayor and Corporation to be present, and that the slight was unintentional. His Worship saiel he thought it best for the Council to say if ihey were satisfied with the explanation. Tho Council expressed themselves fratis lied with Mr. Todd's statement, but trusted they (the Council) will not be again overlooked, should a similar demon stration be thought necessary. A letter from Messrs. Svranu & Co., asking to be allowed to use the wooden erections put up in contravention of the building clauses of the Act until after Christmas. Proposed that Messrs. Swan, Greg...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 1 July 1865

[ADVERTISEMENT.] -. DEATH OF A MINTARO MAN EATEE. V/F feudal times I'vq often read, That vassals to their sovereign lord Sent invitations oftentimes . Vy armed men (not written lines), Requesting that his Sovereignship 'Would kindly come -with them to sup — Their territory then explore — Or in the cliaso hunt down the boar. Like many ancient useless things. Which neither peace nor profit brings, This barbarous custom now has ceased, And pigs in jjener-.d are released From being half frightened out of life — E'en lastly done for by the knife — By far the most becoming way Adopted in the present day. Yet old things sometimes will revive, Though to prevent them all may strive; And what I'm now about to say Took 'place even here the other day. A member of the swinish breed, Who'd been half starved for want of feed — For now that cattle's rather dear, One has not many bits to spare. He took it in his brutish head That somehow he should have a feed; And seeing his master making for him, G...

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COMMONAGE LICENSES. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 1 July 1865

COMMONAGE LICENSES. 1. Tho proprietor or occupier of purchased land within any Hundred shall be entitled to depasture on the waste lands of the Hundred in which tho purchased laud is situated, two head of great cattle, or twelvo head of small cattle, for every five acres of purchased land. S. Applications for depasturing licences must ba made to the Commissioner of Crown Lands. or those authorized by him, in the form annexed marked A, not later than 1st June of each year (except as hereinafter provided) ; and must be accompanied by the fees payable thereon, viz., at the rate of four shillings for every head of great cattle or every six head of small cattle. No application will bo entertained without.pay ment of tho fees due thereon. 3. After the period for sending in applications is elapsed^those received will be considered, and licences, as per form B, for the year ending 30th June of the year then next ensuing wili be for warded by post to the address given on appli cation. Should...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 1 July 1865

ASSISTED EMIGRATION.— XjL Crown Lands and Immigration Office, June 16, 1863. NOTICE is hereby given, that this Office will be open from 10 a.m. until 3 pan. on Tuesday, the 18th July, for the receipt and Application for Assisted Passage Certificates In favour of persons of the Irish Nationality. All such Applications must be put in at this Office, as none will be received- through the post. The address of the Depositor must be attached to the Application, and the Certificate will be forwarded by- post to such address. Forms of Application and any informataoa required can be obtained at this Office. H. B. T. STRANGWAYS, Commissioner of Crown Lattdi.

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THE GAWLER POST-OFFICE. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 1 July 1865

THE GAWLER POST-OFFICE. TO TUE KIM TOIL Sin, — Can you inform me vh«i tho nc?v Tost ofiiec is to he commenced, and where it i-; to bo? 1 1j:;vo heard various s-i;o? s-i^rested. From tho North to the &-utU «nd cf 'Murray- street I hoar £i-os*.id is si-vailaMe. Ib ai-i3tvu.-.3 to mo, however, that «. jmblic* Irtiildir.' o2 this iiatiu-e should r.o in tho mo^t ce-tilw.l spot of tho centre of Imsiness, soiaowhcro near the Kii-'Ml'j of ?.Iu:Taj-strach Cannot c«r moixi bers ajjree in reco:um«;wlin-jto Hie Comis.-?ioner of l'nljUc Works a dosii-aLlo position, or shall or citizens liieefc and deeivle tho uiost eonvcuient locality:'' A lur^e fronts f»e is not needed. A lmilding with a front tvju.il to ouv present Tc:?u:t~»T'h oiHco would be r-ulSriont; ?.ni 1 sm sure the people cf Ga.v.-lc-r wUi not shovr an ai-a.thy h-\ the matter, which so much iiilVets their con venience and tho prosperity of tho toi*ii, sind only need to be remunlol that delay on their part in speaking their wish...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 1 July 1865

SALE OF, CROWN LANDS, Thursday, July 20, 1865. Crown Lands Office. Adelaide, Junel4,2«w, ITOTICE ia hereby given that the following ' portions of Crown Lands will bo offered, tor sate by public auction, at the Land Office, Adelaide, on Thursday* the twentieth day of July, W65, at eleven of the dock in that forenoon, afc the upset price affixed to each lot respectively, on the terms and conditions and ; under the provisions of an Act of the Rurliar ment of South Australia, passed in th-£i wenty* first year of Her Majesty's reign, intituled 'An Act for regulating the sale and other disposal of Waste Lands belonging to tho Crown in South Australia.** Deposit, twenty per cent. H. B. T. SlKANdWAYS, fy-^t¥-^-taif-^t»f of Crown | j-*y^«, Town Lots. County HindnwTsh — Township of Clayton, Lot. Sec s. p. Price. 54 54 121 £7 IS 53 S3 1 21 7 15 5G 56 1 «1 7 is SPBCIAt. COUKTBT LOTS. County Victoria— About four to six milo3 south of Canowie, on the eastern slope of theranga* Hundred of Anne. Se...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 1 July 1865

MATRIMONIAL EXIGMa. Mt friend A. several years back married, a fascinating young Jadt, from whom ho was afterwards divorced through no fault I may state of his own. Continu ing single for some yeaw, and much, occupied with his three interesting: little ones, he last summer visited Cheltenham, with them. Amongst the company, thero congregated was a beautiful and interest ing widow lady whe had loet \u r-husband. iu India, and had recently returned home to seek solace in her native land* My friend who had formerly known her, was so taken up with the captivating widow,, as to offer her hb hand, and they are? sow man and wife. I desire to ask your fair readers what relation' this lady is to my friend's little ones? Stating previously, that she i» not their stepmother, and that the cor rect reply explains ono of tho most romantic incidents that has ever distin guished English married life. b ELG. EhbativM. — Our conespoiident, Hugh De Bras calls attention to a droll typographical error i...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 1 July 1865

AjytT. — HOIJUOWAi'6 OlNTMBST AK» PlliS. — Rheumatism and Pain3 in the limbs.- — Muscular pains are sometimes insufferably dis tressing. Though they may not impair tbe general health at first, ultimately such may be their effect if permitted tocontinueunrelieved^ It should be generally known that, afterfomen tation with warm salt and water, Holloway's Ointment* yell rubbed upon the afflicted part twice a-day, gives infinite ease* and secures ultimate recovery. Holloway'* Pilla efiould also be taken to assist in the cure. They pre vent all weak and numb feelings, so apt to prevail after neuralgic and rheumatic attacks. Many; after suffering martyrdom from severe attacks of rheumatism, and obtaining no relief, were quickly cored by these medicines. -r OAWLERr Printed and Published by the Proprietor, Wil liam Barnet, at his printing offioa^ Hxxnj street, Gawler. where all ornnmnniffl**H-nn aadaiYGTiiaemeiitau«.tactt*e4. .

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 26 August 1865

SHADOWS OF COMUiTG EVENTS. Sunday, August 27,^Frim. Meth. Openia? Services. Monday, ' 28.— ' ** 'Tea Meeting. ' 28.— Gawler Institute Lecture. Tuesdav, ' 29. — Gawter -?ourt, Umit*sd wris. ' ' ' 29.— WiUaston 8chocl Meeting. ' ' 2i9.^Gawler Debatius CJass. ** ** 29.— Miss Fataoerston'sGawler En tertainment. ** ' 29.— Api-ropriatiojioff2!(!|.009bytbe General Road Board. Wednesday, August 36. — Sale at Verner's, Two WeUs. Thursday, Aug-.si.— Lyadoeh Piouffhlng: Match. Fridav, September 1.— ^nuthfield Fanner's Ctub. Saturday, ' 2.— Rowland's PaleatGawJer. Tuesday, ** 5. — RsnttorComt, limited juris. ' ' 5»— Full moon, at 11.6. p.m. 'Wednesday, ' 6.— Biickmafcers Match. Biodmsb. Tnesday ' ** 1?.— iLvndocb Oddfellows Anniver. Tbunuiay, .** U.—JCrown Lauds Sale.

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GAWLER WHEAT MARKET REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 26 August 1865

GAWliEE WHEAT MAEKM BJJP0E5?. A very respectable deputation of Grawler wheat buyers has waited upob. usifelative to reeentreporte supplied to the Btrnyip by a comniercial contributor, on the state of the wheat inarfeet, at which meeting, exception was taken (and we admit, very justifiably so,) to the tenor of the reports in question. We have also received from a member of the trade a elever, but needlessly severe and sar castic letter on the subject, on which, as our space this week is closely occupied, it may suffice to state briefly, that the remonstrance has led us to make other arrangements for the supply of reliable and fair reports on the market, and we ?shall take -care that no ^exceptional statements connected therewith, find admission into the columns of the Bvnvio. — r — -

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 26 August 1865

;-Se|^dDA^r0^*^o'^;::^ v: ?£'????.'* *?H ? *-- ??'?-?^.; ,'-. '??v^'.y ?^T-./'C '.. ' ''' ': .1 ?'.'?? '_ ???? '.i^iWni^'.^L^03 '''..?' ?'.' x'| ,. -* ? ???'?*? ? ? j? ?«. '? ' -' ™ Maobine and General Implement xoi sFTS srl ;«,;: Y)ECrS to tKank bi9»nm«roti8 «itetomers -© f-»1»at favows, imi' asr^e i^Sevotes Jtfs whole attention to theabOTeEsfcabhsuaaent, (having relinquished hfc General St-w-£| *a » ' »wrawed to execute orders foj: WJtOQNS. DB^YS/SPmSfS CAB3& NEW- ^ POBTPAGNELlis, £e.,*c, *Oa the shartestfcofcioe andof $he test materials a»& WorfeooansJup. Beapiog andWi&nowiijg Machines of every ^?Qnstruetion made to order, . ; . Second-hand Eeaping Machines for Sal© «r Hire. . ? ? «0U* Colour, & Glass Warehouse, MUBEAY-STEEET, GAWLEB. BAVIB HABBY, ?K,CaCBSE, PAI2TCS3, 0LM5EE8, & !**?* SMIGIB hox, coed, A3n- sHorareB baths. PUMPS, IEON TANKS, &c, Made and Fixed to Order. ?PAPER HANGINGS IN GEEAT VARIETY. ^Wholesale and Retail Dealer ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 26 August 1865

THAERIAGE. On the 1.4th of April, at. Manchester, Henry Bleasby, fourth son , of Mr. E, L. -Grundy^ Oavler,. to Hannah, youngest daughter of Dr Green, of LaverpooL Cfct Ikmjip -3AWLE^ SATtTBDAY, AUGUST 26, 1865.

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THE GAWLER BALL. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 26 August 1865

THE GAWLER. BALL. TiiE 'Bali given by several ladies of Gaw ler in compliment to Mr. M'Kinlay, on Tuesday the 15th iust., .proved a gay though very limited affair, the numbers present being about eighty, consisting of parties pri»MM pally from the Metropolis, Kapunda, Williamstown. and other ctr i'liuijaccnt parts, and n lew fro?u the im mediate vicinity of Gawler. The state ment oi a cotemporary that t lie princi pal ' inhabitants of the town were pres ent was, we are told, a weH meaut oxa^geratiou — (substituting the word ' .ibsent ' for ' present ' it is said would bring that writer's report nearer a reality.) The dresses of the ladies (wlrich appeared all new for the occasion) frere -generally, of the most fashionable order of white and eolorred muslins, with the gftyest and most attractive adornments — (we have forgot the scientific form.) The dancing, which commence*! a little after eight, was kept np with unabated vigour till dawn, intermitted for an hour's adjournment to sup...

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