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TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 5. [Before Mr. R. J. Turner, S.M.] CIVIL. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 9 September 1865

Tuesdat, Sei-tembbb S. - [Before Mr. 3?. J. Turner, S-M.J C1VII.. Whf.ian v. Wilo-x. — Application to set aside a judgment by default. Mr. Turner for appli cant. It Appearing thitt the respondent had signed a judgment against the applicant -for a ' larger amount than was due, he having received certain sums on account after the summons was issued, the order was made to si-t aside tLo judgment. *\iu»x r. cKwks. — Claim for *ls 15s. 8i!. for goods «ol-! and delivered and interest. Mr Rudall for defendant, who admitted owing £14 Os. 8d. but denied the interest. There not b -ing sufficient evidence that defendant promised to pay interest, a verdict was given for amouut admitted £U Os. 8d. CRIMINAL. Abusive L*kgu*ce.— J/r». Smtdd wnsrhftrged ? with using abusive language towards Wiiliam Feet on the 26th ult. Mr. Kudall for complain rant; Mr. Turner for defendant. From the evidence «»f complainant it appeared that the alleged offence was committed in a private yard, and not in any public ...

Publication Title: Bunyip
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OUR HIGHWAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 9 September 1865

OUR HIGHWAYS. As there cannot be a subject of so much j importance in th« laving out of a new country as its internal intercourse — roads being to a country what streets are to a city, or arteries to the human system — ?we' consider it our duty, as the repre sentative specially of rural interests, to keep a watchful eye upon whatever relates to our road system, if it may be called a svs em. 'While we are left year after year with out any Government road into or out of our town, North and South ; and while a place like Gawler — the heart of a great rural district, that should have available lines of access from all the cardinal points has only ons Government road into or out of it — nam3ly,the Lyndoeh mail road— the Port road, running parallel with and close to a railway, has, since 1860, had twice £3,000 of our public money spent upon it ; and the Surveyor has just told the Central Road Board that the road is worn out, and requires reconstruction; and that this drain upon the genera...

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MIDNIGHT CONVERSATIONS AT THE PORT. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 9 September 1865

.. aYtJE(£ POST. f- Poet Pump.— Mr. 'Customs, pray xrhat aaay be the tir;e by your new clock, just now? Custom House. — Apparently time for the renewal of .your-impetliuoace. 1 . *' P.-AJfow dbhfj! you really must not try Co jaj smart, -cos it ai$jb4n yer — But, 80 tclL^as'niy fmend- 'Slick woilS' say,', how .is the enemy, progressin? * '??? .''''?' 0. H. — Well Mr. Pump, for your informa tion, I may say it is uieau time. P. — What do you me.in W that? Do von mean to say that you take it from thafetiop over the way, ?''?-.» C. II.— No Indeed! I regulate my time by transit. P,— -Oh, Ah! Transit of the Treasurer? I know whenever he comes across you, all your chaps sot to as if they meant it; tho* there was one of 'em the other day, 03 got up to his old tricks agaiu, and could'nt be tracked out no wheres when Tommy wanted him — what was he at? — was he getting up a raffle, or a kawkin cheese and bacon, or what? smy thing but workin, of course. But, I say, can any of your fellers get uj...

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"RANDOM REMINISCENCES OF RAMBLINGS IN REMOTE REGIONS."— [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 9 September 1865

'EAND0 i IJEiliXLSCSrNCES OP BAH ULING3 IN liEMOXE REGIONS.'— & vols. -ito., illustrated. JC5 5s. — B/tnyip. Amongst iho now works which reached u$ by tiie I:wt ui-iil, we Lava been lunch amused with, one by 'Poniialvs'iitor,' entiJuG-i a-3 above; anl as we believe oar copy to he fas only one in tiiy colony, ^n will, rather than occupy our space and w&lers' time with criticisms, furnish extracts occasionally, as opportunities arise, in order to enable our friends to ju Igc of the production for tiiemseivcs. Wo har^ often heard cooiplaints of tiie vexations impediments and delays in souie of our own 'aovernment oiKc?s, and indeed we believe them to ba in separable f i'om iuiy Govoi-ninent institutions in auy part or tli3 woi*'d. Certainly the subjects of the First Cousin of the iloou, tho inhabi tants of thy Celestial Empi™. seem to be ;is unfortunate in this res^eet luvl to have as much cause for jjr.imbi.in.df a-? (viv selves. With out further preface, v.o ['i-.xvel...

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SMITHFIELD FARMER'S CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 9 September 1865

SSttTHFTELD 'TAIUfER'S CLUB. (Prom our own Correspondent) At the regular monthly meeting of the Smithfield Farmers* Club, Mr. Hogarth, J.P. in the chair, discussion on Mr. Secular's geologi cal paper was invited, but there being no person in the mood to take up so abtruss a subject, Mr. Hogarth stated that he thought an infusion of new r blooj would be desirable, and as his business would take him from home frequently during the third year of of the Clubs' existence, he begged to tender his resignation of the office of President. This nut being the election night, tha matter stands over until the first Fridty in October, the last night of the official year. The President then called upon Mr. Alexan det to read his promised piper on Scientific Tarming not applicable to South Australia. That gentleman based his paper on the follow ing sentence, which occurred in the course of a pa er read by another gentleman of the Club on a former occasion. ?? And it, does, appear to «e that the far...

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A VISIT TO LYNDOCH. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 9 September 1865

A YISIT TO LYND0CH. [FBOK~OUB SPECIAL BS£OB?5B-3 There are usually intervals of leisure con nected with a ploughing mateh day that invite visitors who carry their eyes in their head, and not in their pocket, to observation of the rural affairs around thain, always interesting in an infant colony rising rapidly among the newer nations of the world. The township of Lyndoch tells, by its neat and flourishing appearance, that it is a place of good resort, and the centre of no small! amount of agricultural energy. The price which land for building purposes fetches in town or village is usually a good criterion as to whether it is advancing or standing still, like , some of our incipient townships, or retrograd- j ing. ? | The new and substantial building3 of Lyn- j doch, with their handsome roofs of imported j slate or corrugated metal, prepare one to expect j that sites in the township have ceased to be sold at the rate of corn lands ; but I was hardly prepared to find that newly laid o...

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TEMPLERS AND ASHWELL PLOUGHING MATCH [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 9 September 1865

TEMPLERS AND ASHWELL PLOUGHING- MATCH. TniJESDAT opened, after a day of splendid rain, with every appearance of a continu ance; but the morning brightening into a fine day, a goodly gathering of neigh bouring ruralists and a large party of Gawler gentry, after ploughing and plunging through some miles of northern Parliamentary bog and slough, assembled on a picturesque spot a mile and a-half west of Ashwell, where lands were laid out on a section o-* Mr. George Thomp son's for twelve ploughs, double the num ber having been anticipated, but evidently kept back by the recent heavy weather, and the dreadful state of the main nor thern road, which is now in a most dan gerous state, especially a little beyond Templers. There was a tolerable muster of spec tators and a full proportion of fair eques triennes. The number of ploughs entered was twelve, the ground being a too loose former corn field, rendering it somewhat difficult to cut out clean and good furrows. The judges were— Mr Thoa B...

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COURT BUSHMAN'S PRIDE, A.O.F. PRESENTATION OF A GOLD WATCH TO DR. NOTT. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 9 September 1865

COURT BUSHMAN'S PRIDE, A.O.F. JPBESEJTTATIOX OF A flOLD WA»CH TO JDB. WOTT. Ths Quarterly Finance Meeting of the Ourt Bushman's Pride, was held in their Court Room, in the OidfelloW Hall, Gawler, on Tuesday last. The report of the auditors was stead and adopted, in which it appeared there were upwards of 140 members, and the funds -for the quarter had^increased to upwards of .JE30, making a .total to the credit of the Court of J6i5'J -te. 3d. The election of officers took place, when the following members were ?chosen: — C. 1L- W. E. Livesey; S. C. R-, J Manaom; Hon. Sec., D. Window; Treasurer, P. C. B. lioedisnr: Junior and Senior Wardens, IMansom and Browning; '^Junior and Senior Beadle*, J.B. Baldotk, and Smith. Previous to the installation of the newly -elected officers, -Chief Banker Williams, (who Tetires from the chair by rotation.) called upon P. C. U. Lane to perform a pleasing duty, in connexion with the evening's proceedings. He happened to be absent from the Court, 'when...

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INVALIDITY. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 9 September 1865

INVALIDITY. TO THE EDITOR. Sin, — Tho 4?h the last mail from ' Old England' brought no very stirring intel ligence — though no real excitement fol lowed its arrival — aud though it has not been the herald of mighty victories, yet it has brought one small 'item 'of news, more ultimately concerning ourselves, which has glided in upon South Aus tralian invalidity like 'oil upon the troubled waters.' Ul course I allude to the \ auriating Act passed by the two houses of the Imperial Parliament, and only waiting Her Majesty's assent to become law. Like a wise and kind mother, England likes to see her colonies happy and peace ful — not quarrelling among themselves, or troubled with controversies between their different parts, which ought to work iogether harmonious as a whole. She has, therefore, ere this, granted a request (some time ago preferred), and given them and the other colonies a compre hensive validating act, which, to an im partial mind, seems calculated to rectify the past and...

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GRAIN MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 9 September 1865

GUAIN MAKKBT. ' The Market has boon scantily supplied rturlnsr the past wwk, and prices have kept ailvAuclu^— however, troin the quuntltv now arriving In the neighbour! n-; '. Colonfcs from Chilian parts; anil what is known to be ' * on the may. wo cannot expect present prices to be Ioimj mtatatiuyt Wo team that the price paid at the milt . thl« day was from is. tod. to its. per bushel ; the Union Mill, «« re^it-t to set1, is standing for thi- want of wheat ' to tfrtnit Flour, £19 10s. per tou. €2 2s. per ba£ ; Fol lanl and Bran is. lod. per hush., the latter is very scare c ami lu great demand. Barley, uone offering. Oats, fine i\ hite, sb. per bushel.

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SHADOWS OF COMING EVENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 9 September 1865

SHADOWS OP COMING EVENTS. Ttatnrdav, September *, Snsriish Mail due. Monday', ' 11, Nathan Troupe at Gawler. Tuesday, ** 13» ?* ** ' « ' 12.— Lyndoch Oddfellow Annivor Wednesuav, ** 13, Mr. White's Music Lessons. « ' ' 13 Nathan Troui-e at I.yndoeU. Thursday, ** 14.— Crown Lauds Sale. 'Saturday, ' 16,-1*. Kowland's Sale, Gawler. Thursday, ' 21.— Crown Lands Sale. Saturday ' 23.— Mr. La\ves'ri Tenders close. Sift fnwBif GAWLER, SATURDAY, SEPT. 9. 1865.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 9 September 1865

SCALE ot clmrget W ntlver&eiueats } .... - vThree4ines 'r'ri '' *^ne Sliillioji «i5 Sixpence I *^-.-^:.,- jpvmr Jinwi ^i^r Two.«iilling- : ^ I „.-?.' ?« ; Jive line* . ', t Two Shillings ft Sixpence \ *????'--' Suclluos V i ^nireeShilUng* ; J. - -?- ?;.-.? Anil every additional line, 4iL I AJTerliscBoentashould be sonb la not later than I - ' ihe Thurachy prccedfag the publication. I ; . . liberaT dl!«eouB* on repeated itwerUoot of I . . - ftftmtisenienM. : ' ,-..:.?, ??:'?? ?', .['?'?-.?? ; I . lVnn» «f 'u1-««fptfoni— V 1' Thirteen shillings jK-rmuwiv ' ^ I . .Twelve do., .fpaid 5n adrarice.} J j i . Three and threepences* quarter. ? :j ? - Three shillings in advance. . I j The next number of the Bunyip I will be Published on Saturday J ; ' September 23rd. I = / [EsTABMSUED 1S4.8.] I _ . Machine and General Implement I . Manufactory, I MXTRBAY STKEET, GAWLERj JOHN JOKES, I MACHINIST, BliACKSMITH, '\YhEEIAVRIQHT, ETC.. j B^GS to thank \m numerous customers j for past favors,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 9 September 1865

?''.. 0X3 P3USD REWARD. LO3T from Gawler, ou THURSDAY, - AQ!T»b 31st. IS3 -. om B vy Pony. (Mvre) ' BU3V Piiil*. h\IVq vtlo-dUr latrkdl no saTOi on fora feat., brvil)!.. K uwr ahoildw; any pvoi doUvorinjr ths avnstV %tr. Bitkov* fi'itO. Mill Ian, or to the St'irt -St&Moa. A bl»i-i3. will wwivo tU3 -»b:-w^ rawir-t. or ton ah;Uta';4 for sash infonnstioa as will lovl to tho discovery. .. B. H, JONES. FOR SALE, -.'qevbral superior milcii O COWS. * Apply to J. W. EXCELL. Lord Lyndoch Hotel, Lyndoch Valley. WANTED, ~~ m SAMS to CART H AY toKAPUND A X Apply to J. W. EXCELL, Lord Lyndoch Hotel, Lyndoch Valley

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INSTITUTE LECTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 9 September 1865

INSTITUTE LECTURE. Tub Chief Justice's lecture on Calvin, on Wednesday evening, was tolerably well attended, despite much wind and rain without. It was attentively listened to, and was alternately received with ap probation and dissent — the latter being expressed only by mute emotion. At its close a vote of thanks to his Honor was proposed by Dr. Nott, who took occasion to remark that polemics were excluded from, the Institute's proceedings, and that the committee were desirous to hare it understood that it was their wish to adher« closely to the rate established for that purpose. Tho lecturer, who was evidently taken by surprise (the lecture on Calvin having been announced in the usual way by the committee) apologised, stating that, if aware the subject was likely to prove distasteful to portions of the- audience, he would have selected some other, pointing out that the lecture steered clear of all doctrinal discussions, and only presented a fairly balanced account of the noted re...

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PRESENTATION TO MR. GRUNDY. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 9 September 1865

PH KSENTATION ' TO Ms. GRTJaSTDY. 'We mow lay before our readers the speech which Mr. fcl. L. Grundy delivered pn the recent presentation of a purse with £55 to that gentleman, in acknowledgment of his services to the town of Gawler, the particulars of which appeared in our last : — Mr. Chairman and Gentlemen — Sensible that in any impromptu attempt to acknowledge your kinduess on an occasion so extraordinary and without precedent in our colonial history, f eelitifis never before experienced niight render my acknowledgment of so unlooked tor a com piluieilt embarrassed and imperfect ; and also that 1 ought not to offer to you that which costs mo nothing, I have considered it better ?j to entrust to the page I hold in my hand that a expression of heavtful thanks which your \ generous appreciation of imperfect and \ incomplete efforts in your service de ^ niand from me. That I estimate very \ highly an award presented ia so sub * stantial and useful a form will not be \ -Joul-ted ; bu...

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OUR AGRICULTURAL INTERESTS. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 9 September 1865

OUK A.GEICULTUBAL INTERESTS. TO THE EDITOR. Deab Sib, — In conBeqnence of tho many farmers I hear complaining of our rapid fluctuations in the wheat market, I am induced to take up my pen to try and point out, if possible, the cause or causes why this is, as we are sure if there is an effect produced there must be & cause for it. In the first place, as an exporting community, we shall' always be subject to fluctuations, as our i-rice is in a very great measure ruled by tho demand from the other colonies. — Secondly, it strikes me that some of our flactva ioro are caused by men w\« carry a little too much of the gambling spirit on to the Exchange with them, aud often, in their haste to get rich, ruin themselves, and sometimes others more or less with themselves in a grand crash. It is a great pity that the high morality of genuine commerce should be cursed with . the spirit of the turf or betting room. I fancy we have still too much of this spirit existing in our community. I...

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KAPUNDA GOSSIP. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 9 September 1865

: KAPUffDA GOSSIP. Peter Titssf.qxx informs the Hwtyip that the Kapunda Ploughing Match, on Tues day last, was a great success, so far as the competition waa concerned, notwith standing some rows and growls on the field. P. F. informs tho Bunyip that the at tendance was very poor, considering the importance of the District of Light, that the temperate conduct of the police was beyond all praise, and that the horse Btock was not good. P. F. informt tho Bunyip that there were very few strangers present; that the only outlying machinist was K. Martin, of Gawler ; the only miller, J. Mitchell, of same place ; the only good agriculturist of any importance, Delany ; the only good scribe, ' Miles's boy.' ; P. Jb\ informs the Bunyip that the dinner in Crase's large room was first rate, under Mr. Hart's special superin tendence ; that the attendance was very «mall ; that only about twenty sat down'; that the sequel (when the free admissions increased the number to about fifty) was of slow ch...

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NOTICES TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 9 September 1865

NOTICES 10 COaKBil'OXOB.V.S* We have cheerfully availol ourselves of as maz'x of Peter Finni^a:)'* cntvrlainuig Kipajli gossip as we have sp.ice for, and iiopj t.ihiAT again from him, us opportunity tniy serve. Several coinmanieations to hand, wilt hivo attention in our uext, our pre*e«t insuo knag overloaded with lengthy article!. S* a SBRPBrrr in type, will appew in onr next. PCNCTtrAiiTT in our next, and Snithiold cor* respondent ditto, Njrthera Territory ditt ». Phk proceedings of tha I*yndach I'ioi^hia? .j -Match, tad Uiawr kvr-ng aplH**«i i-i Txndu* paper*, we h*vo tcivea in iiea tilt wbale«{oarre|ior'«r'« L/udocb vuiu #

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Poet's Corner. SOLUTION TO ENIGMA. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 9 September 1865

|)oef$ ©orntr. V SOLUTION TO ENIGMA. No lordly lineage can you claim $ Tho, groat ones of the earth * 'Were not among your ancestor* For you're of humble birth. Yet stall among the mighty A mighty one you've stood j . , For evil when you've boon abused— When used aright- for good. YouVe feathered many a barbed field— Winged many a shaft of death— And aided sword, and spear, and axe- To sLoxtcn human bxeatb. 1V- many an aching heart yotf vo proved A minister of peace ; Their anxious cores have far removed, And bid their troubles cease. »«??' ? . ? Tair science owes yon much, for she, Without your powerful aid, Had not to a benighted world Her stores of truth displayed. Helijjion, progress, liberty, You've aided much and long ; Nor can we think it strange to see You mourn in plaintive song. That you are superseded quite, And subject to neglects. And that a low-born rival now All mankind's interests protects. Had tyrants only spurned you, 'twere No subject of surprise ; You've curbed t...

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ASHWELL. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 23 September 1865

ASIIWELL. (From our owa Correspondent.) Our villago is as animated at this timo as Government will permit it to be, Boeing tho key for unlocking its prosperity is most scandalously allowed to rust winter after winter, to tho damage of every inte rest along our horrible North Road. Ono of our stores has recently changed its proprietorship ; and, judging as doctors do, from symptoms, it is likely to be the scene of n business advantageous alike to buyer and seller. The benefits of our ploughing match gatherings aro being duly appreciated. As, however, particulars of our recent one havo appeared in the dailies and weeklies, I need not particularizo tho affair, wluch was altogether as agreeable andproiitdblo aa could be wished. Our youth, who, owing to iho circunr stancca surrounding families in the early part of their colonial career havo to a considerable extent suffered in their edu cation, demand increasing consideration in our rural districts, in which, perhaps, moro energy and car...

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