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SECOND BOOK OF THE CHRONICLES OF FINNISTERRE THE MAGNIFICENT. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 23 September 1865

SECOND HOOK OP THE CHRONICLES OP FINWiSTEKKE TIIK MAGNIFICENT. And it cauio to pass that when tho rulers of Addh'h-.vid had heard how tho Magnificent was troubled by tho men of ltoli:il and his soul ?vexed, that they gathered together another company to send them to tho Magnificent. Aiid tho chief vuler of Addlehead lifted up his voice and spake to the men of the second eom TKlllV UIlil KIU.1. Oil. mv ltPittliivtn trr- cnml trn^t forth to tho North kind, tho land governed by ! tho mighty man, even by tho Magnificent; now therefore wo pray you seo to it» that when '. you are como thither yo support tho trembling hands and tottering knees of the Magnificent. Uehold wo have selected you with care from among your brethren. Seo then that when ye come to the new land yo show yourselves superior to tho men of Belial, who havo troubled the tioul of tho Magnificent thero; for behold there are among you many men who will be able to supplant the mighty men, even the men of Belial, who ure now ...

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GAWLER CORPORATION. SEPTEMBER 20. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 23 September 1865

GAWXER COKFOliATION. ' Settembeu 20. Present — Tho Mayor in tho chair; Councillors Mold, Bathurst, Hoediger, Mitchell and Wincey. An application from tlio Assistant Secretary, Gawler Institute, for the use of tho Park Lands, on which to cele brate tho eighth anniversary by a grand fancy fair, vrsvs granted. A request from I)r. Popham, to bo allowed to burn w,eeds in his garden on suitable days during next six weeks, and holding himself responsible- for any damage, was- granted, subject to tho superintendence of the Inspector. A letter was read from Mr. C. Von Bertouch, Olcrk to tho.Taumida District Council, addressed to the Mayor, for warding copy of memorial to tho House of Assembly for a vote of £5,000 for a road from Gawler tlirough Lyndoch, Xaminda, and Nuriootpa, aud asking the Council to sign it. Tho Council agreed to support tho memorial. Mr. Deland asked for thQ width of the footpath on Cowan-street to bo axed! — To be eight feet wide. Tho Valuator was allowed, on account ot...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 23 September 1865

KAPUNUA MAIN-STBEJ2T. Valuable Building Site. -, TO BE LET on LEASE ior a Term of j Seven, Ton, or Fourteen Years from 20th g February uoxt, all that very Valuable Site, Jj being Allotments Noa. 10 and 35, opposite the ^ Hank, fronting tho Main-street, and extending back to Whitlakor-street. Tenders to be nd dressed on or beforo tho 1st of Deoember next, to Mr. John Small, of whom all particulars an to tho Lease may be learnt. ( Also, both or other of tho Two Shops now occupied by mo, in connexion with which thero ' is au old and woll established Uuainesd. JOHN liKEWSTEU. Knpunda, Scptenibor 4, 18G5. on sale; -'117INE PRESSES SCREWS, Guaging If Kods, .Fireproof Office- Safes, various sizes. Church If ells, 12 to 18 inch across. Communion Sorvices, in sets and separate. American Cooking Stoves, Paper Hangings., Wool Packs. Titrpaulins. Fencing Wiro, Sheep Shears. Uuck's, Jtjoseley's Wards, and Sorby'a Tools. Paints aud Colors, Oils, Varnishes. Window Glass. Scythes, Sneds, Hay Forks....

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Poet's Corner. THE ANTICIPATED SUICIDE. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 23 September 1865

$oct s (Bonier. | TIIE ANTICIPATED SUICIDE. I 8AW him stand upon tho brink Of wild Niagara 8 tall ; Ilio manner restless, while his face Tho strongest might appal. A moment stood ho, gazing down, Witheyes intent und bated breath; It eccmed that then ucrosd his bruin There flashed tho thought of death. I g.iw him lift his nrms on high. ' Stay, mndiuan !' loud I said; lie heeded not, but, springing1 up, Walked homo and ? wont to bod !

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POLICE COURT—GAWLER. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 12. [Before Mr. R. J. Turner, S.M.] CIVIL. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 23 September 1865

POLICE COUKT-^G.WLEK. Tuesday, Skptembeh 12. [Before Mr. It. J. Turner,; jS.M.] CIVIL. * Baldcock v. Widoer. — Claim XotJSS 3sj Cd., for cartago of 120 yards stone and 24 loads of siuid. Mr. Kudsiil for the plaiutiiT; Sir. Turnor for the defendant, ?« ho admitteil J&» 17s. Cd. Tho dispute ia this case arose out of a ditfe rouco of tho laeasuivincnt of the stone, the plaiutiu* stating that the measurement was to -e l-v tbft dravioad at- two yards a load; where as tho defendant stated that by tho measure ment of thOAVOrk plaintiff had only carted 77 yards. Tlio plaiutiiF and tliroe other witnesses stated that the custom v.-as to pay by the measurement of the tlvay. J. Itudall stated that defendant had paid tho owner of the quarry for tho stone carted by Baldock for 122 yards of stc-uo. Defendant- stated that no agreement v.-as made about tho measurement, except that the cavtajroTvas to be 2s. jj«r yard. Plaintiff sUtteil iiiat if the measurement, of the masonry was over ho sho...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 23 September 1865

. . — l DELAND & JACKMAN, CABINET MAKERS, UPHOLSTER. EHS, and UNDERTAKERS. COWAN STREET, GAWIEB, HEXT TO SCOTCH CHUBCU. ? TlYTraY dmuriiitinn nf PTTU.XTTnWP! Jj always an hand, AMERICAN CHAIRS, IRON BEDSTEADS, MATTKASSES, OIL CLOTH, &c, at Adelaide Prices. AX.I- GOODS WABBANTED SOUND, On Saturday, October 7. AT ONE O'CLOCK. AT TANUNDA. CYON BEUTOUCirS MON « T11LY AUCTION MARKET. JUST I»U BUSHED, (For the Benefit of tho Loichhurdt Exploration Fund.) T EICIIHASDT: ;11IS EXPLOKA. JJ TIONS, AND PROBABLE FATE. A LECTURE, Delivered bv GEORGE NOTT, Esq., M.R.C.S., at tho ODDFELLOWS HALL, Uawlor, on MONDAY, July 10. Order* for copies, (not less than a dozen) to be forwarded to this Ollice. or to tho Hon. Sees, of tho Gawler Branch of tho Lcichhurdt Committee. Copies, Od. each; 5s. a dozen. W. Baruet, Printer, and Bookseller, 'JMurray btreot, Gawler. St. George's Church, Gawler. SERMONS will bo preached in tliis Church by the Rev. H. T. CRAIG. M.A.. Missionary Chaplain, on SU...

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A FIRE ENGINE FOR GAWLER. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 23 September 1865

A EIRE ENGINE FOK GAWLER. ?TO THE EDITOH. Slit, — Gawler can boast of somo as fino buildings of tho sort as there is to be found in tho Colony, aud theso buildings not unfrequontly contain a vast amount of very valuable property; and of course, most of tho buildings, &c, aro insured, vet such a thing as a fuv cngino is not to t-o fouud in Gawler. In tho event of a fire breaking out where tho houses are clone together, the damage that would be douo before a fire cngino could bo cent from Adelaido would bp immense. As wo have now in tho town several water carts, if theso were kept full at night and with the water kept in tanks on most places, an engine- might bo fed, and save a loss both to tho insurance companies and tlio proprietors of Gawler. Tho town has so far been free from tire, and I hope it may long be bo ; bnt, I think nil inter iented will acknowledge that it is desirable to havo an eugino in our neat little town. Yours, Ac., A BES1DENT.

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EMPLOYERS AND EMPLOYED. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 23 September 1865

EMPLOYEKS AND EMPLOYED. TO THE EDITOR. T-EAtt Sri», — Thoro uppears to me to bo a 'threat vrimt of sympathy exietini* generally 'Wtwvou employers auui employed, not only in th's, but tho neighbouring colonies ns well. This in not conlmed to auy particular branch 'of trade, but extends, in A greater or less ?degree, from the clerk In the merchant's ofliee to tho labourer in the field or garden. There ?;uv Rome happy exceptions, where men are treated aa they should be — not used as mere 'machines. In my experieneo I havo known professing Christian employers, who seem to . think and act as if their whole duty consisted merely ia paying a fair day's wages for a fair 'day's work. They nerer c:ire whero their men live, o* how they speud tho hours not required t or actual work, or how they spend the Sabbath. How very few masters even speak to their men ?of their immortal souls? -io to soino large establishments, tho owner may eo through 'with you — will take pleasuro in showing the differe...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 23 September 1865

SCALE oi «ihar«y«i for A»lf ertisement 1 In Iheliunyipi ?* r ? Two line* . One Shilling ^ ? ;.. ThweMn** ? One SWlUu-j ami Sixpence yonrlinca .,. TwoM-illiiiff- ^. Five lines .', Two Shillings & Sixpence Six lines . . Three Shilling* ? y ' And every tuMUional line, 4«i. Advertisement* should bo aent in not later than tho Thtu-s«l«.y l»rocodin}» tlio i-ul»lication. Liberal discount on repeated insertion* of atlvtTtisewwnts. - - T« this of subscription:— T»Miuvn»l«UUi}i«lH'r annum, ? . ' Twelve do,, [paid in advance.) Tluveandtlirwpeivjc a quarter. Three ?hiilin«s in advaow. „.,.., To Airt'EsiiTisKK*.— All owVrs si o ild be legi! 1 r written on the face or back of advertisements ; and where «o order is given, adTertiseuwtt's will bo continued until countermanded onu1 . of date. Orders for the diseontinuanu© of ad- - vertisoments cannot be attended to after ?Thursday niormuga. ? .., . .5 'The next number of the Bunyip will he Published on Saturday, October 7th. ? [Established I...

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HISSES FROM THE SEA SERPENT. En Route, Sept. 29, 1865. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 23 September 1865

HISSES FJJOM THE SEA SEBPENT. 77* Route, Sept. 29, 1SG5. Ix my travels I «?eo and hear a great many things. for iustanco, I licar that it is considered very undesirable that an JM . \\ should beeomo a salaried officer of the Government, and at tho same time continue to represent a constituency, jiut this, I take it, would nuit the 'Idler' rather than tho 'Sea Serpent,' who nappeus io tuiUK iuo inner «»v — viz., that tho constituency who has the honour of being represented by a man so honest, s-- upright, and so good as to bo considered fit to undertake tho duties of a Northern liun Oommi^siouer, ought to rest contented with this member, inas much as they luight go further and fare worse. I hear, too, that a revision of ?our list of J.IVs would bo a great boon, and very much raiso tho dignity of the :? 1hmic.1i of magistrates ; for who ever heard of a person becoming a licensed victualler and at tho samo time continuo to hold the commission of tho peace anywhere el«o but in South Aus...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 23 September 1865

Uoficts fa ftarrcsponitnts. Tire Ecntip will nppcar shortly as a weekly paper at a -reduced rate, ami with mi actrcssunl of contributors calculated to* augment its laniJJy rising popularity as a vehicle of useful information throughout the North, and :ir» acceptable medium of lively and iii'I^ciuleiit sentiment, its already large circulation ren dering it an excellent medium fur advertising business of every kind. C. L. Mintaro.— Ori^iual and lively, always acceptable. Wild Oats Jin type. K. W. l». Will have dne nttcnlioir. Mususk*.— Shall be done justice to in nnr next. The shipment of bark referred to in onrr»»r respunJcnt's interesting article on JLyndot-tr, *-3S the property of Sir. Jterila-|«t;t** brother, tvlio, we understand, has arrived safe in London « itlt his shipment. Tun Gawler Inelilntc Fancy Fair it will lie secrt is to come off on the 7lb, instead of the *j;It November. Tns tenders for Mr. Lawes* house vill remain open till iho 28th instant. We must request certain o...

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SMALL TALK BETWEEN THE BELL ON THE BANK AND THE JETTY CRANE, PORT ADELAIDE. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 23 September 1865

SMALL TALK BETWEEN THE BELL ON THE BANK A\l- THE JETTY CliANE, POKT ADELAIDE. B. — Good evening, Mr. Crano. C. — Good evening, Mrs. Bell. How is your sore throat ? B.— -Not very well. Indeed,. I feel I'm sink ing fast; and if not pumped out soon, I shall disappear altogether. But pray what is tho news in the Tort ? C. — Oh ! verv little business doing : and the marines* trying a new speculation in' pilots, aro going to appoint any ono a pilot that can s.iy his A, B, C. I think you had better apply for a license, you know as much about the river as a great many of the pilots do ; and if you can get some c* big uu' to back you up, you're all right. That puts me in mind of something that happened oif here lately. Ono of them second class pilots sailed a largo vessel drawing about sixteen feet of water into tho harbour in fivst rate style ; and I have heerd since that ono of tho first class was on the -beach a looking at him all the while, and of course he was delighted to see how No. 2...

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TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 19. [Before Mr. R. J. Turner, S.M.] CIVIL. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 23 September 1865

TUEM»AT, SKFttJXBKll 10. [Bcforo Mr. E. J. Turner, S.M.] civir. Mabteks v. Mabsiixan. — Claim for ^€3, tho hiro of a reaping-machine. Mr. Turner for pl-tlatitf; Mr. ltudall for defendant, riaintiff Bt^tcd that defendant ltircd a roaj-iu-j-ianchiiio from him last Doeeuiber, and agreed to pay £3. Fratt wtvs --resont when tlio r.greenient was niade. J. 1'ratt suited that he heard tho furreonicnt mrwlo for «£3. The macliiue was, ho believed, in good working omit. L:efc::d:infc denied tho statement ; but said that ho ltirod tho niachine, and promised to \-n.y for it on condition it was iu working order, lie was to give 2s. an acre, llo had mentioned that ho would pay ?£'?*, bPc.ii;3O ha iuteuu:d to rcap.au tieri-3. }le had kopt tho machine about llsrco weeks, lie never used tho machine, as it whs not iu working ordor. Pratt v,-:ik uot pro3out when the agreemoiit wsis u;ado. G. ll-.irshiuau stated lint the r.:nch::ie was not iu order. Ujo comb being too loose, acd tho uteorhig-wbwi watt t...

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WHAT PEOPLE SAY. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 7 October 1865

. . ; ? , WHAT PEOPLE SAT r \ People s»j that Parliament has . once more assembled for the despateb (or otherwise) of business ; that the Knight of BoLea has lost his stall, which .is 119W occupied by Arthur Ironside ;-whflsfe Phaip the Discreet has taken the place of Francis the Delicate*, who, ft »ppear»j prefers serving his cbtrifrfcrj (at its; owa expense) In more congenial climes. People hope that all these changes jnar . be for the better,, .and look for^jmore peaceful times1— Tommys warliTte ^norts to the contrary notwithstanding. - ... - _ People say that io little stir has beea' caused by the, arrival amongst us of the Eev. Tayor, a CaKforniah star of ^% first magnitude. - Crowds have flocked -nightly to the Wesleyan Chapel to Kstea to th©. quaint and somewhat p^silSar^diBcourseB of this 'gentleman ; ana*; if only one-half of the conveits.be. -h»s made be. siniieye, great works will have been aeeompl^hed. People say that Mr. Townsend's lec ture at Willaston wasM-t 60 vreU a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 7 October 1865

Hotxoways Prtis are admirably adapted for the removal of all diseases which have their origin in disturbed digestion. They are well suited to all classes and conditions, as compe tent to give comfort to the wealthy, as ease and strength to the poor. These TiBs will be found an agreeable and efficient remedy by invalids ?whose minds and bodies are enervated and ex hausted from excess, over anxiety, or foreig^n residence. Persons liable to bilious attacks should take these Pills ; they cause each seizure to be less severe the nausea and biliousness will gradually be removed, and good digestion, ?with complete health, be regained. To add to the merits of Holloway's medicine, no risk or danger attends its use, no weakness follows its employment. General Holiday, Gawler PUBLIC NOTICE. mHE BANKERS, SHOPKEEPERS, I MANUFACTURERS, TRADESMEN,' &o., have agreed to CLOSE their respective Establishments on TUESDAY the TtbY Novem ber, beins the Eighth Anniversary of the GAWLER INSTITUTE. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 7 October 1865

fel^SaIebyATictionH-|^^ ;?;?' GJLWIEE AUCTION SALE'S % ^ -5tEMENrs XAEUS; ? mHE AUCTlOJSrEEBbegs tointSinfcte ?JL to his Friends* and the~Publio generally, that he has .made arrangements for holding Sales at the above-named Yards TWICE A MONTH, on thePirst and Third Saturdays, and trusts to receive continued support. PETER ROWLAND will offer for Sale, on Saturday, October 7th. (this day) Saddle Horses Harness Horses Bullocks Drays Milch Cows Steers Fat Cattle, Ac., With the usual Miscellaneous Lots. IT is requested that all parlies having Stool or Implements to dispose of at these Sales which take place the First and Thud SATUR DAYS in each month, will give one week's notice, either to the Auctioneer, or Mr. E. CLEMENT, Gawler Arms, that they may be fully advertised. P. ROWLAND, - , Auctioneer, Important to all Travellers on Northern Railway. CRITERION HOTEL BASSETT TOWN. F. A. FOX, (Late Manager of W. Duffield & Go's Store.) BEGS to call the attention of Ms Friends and the ...

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LOCAL COURT—GAWLER. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 25. [Before Dr. Nott and Dr. Lewis, J.P.'s] CIVIL. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 7 October 1865

LOCAL COtTET— ®&W£S$L ?', Tuesday, SEiPXEitBEB $5, pBefore Dr. Nott and Dr. Lewu^JP.VJ 'CIVIIi. RoiDiesE v. WAJftK.— Claim for M 19s. do. Fc* wheat feags delivered to detendaat lor Meyfer % Sev-erki, tot w»t 4efiVe!ped tet ibcxa Mr. Bndall for plaintiff; Mr-. Turner for de fendant. ? The defendant stated he never had the bags, and that the signature ' Waaek,' tn the oounterptot -£ the cart-note, Was not his signa ture. Hfc denied ever reeeivingr any fcags froto from Severin in 18@3, and did not sign for them. The defendant was requested to sign his name en & piece of paper. The bojak and paper was afterwards pat in, and the fcounsfcl for the plaintiff drew the. a&g&b&a «t the Benen to the similarity' of the si^aatarea. Hie plaintiff and his storeman . were' Wen called, but neither could sweat that %f endjuat was the pewoa who signeel th«» cart-note, o R WUVinsoa was «kft«A *i ,«a 4«g»ert who stated that h» believed the signatures yxo duc^wej0i...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 7 October 1865

Dissolution M Partnership, i; . wutod-*c«iaait.; ' AH Debts due 'to andiron* .^Ot^SXinaf- wfll. W jnoqfcraa and fdS-ig ^Adolpb. Sehluter, by whom the same Business ' will be in future earned on, under the Style or JSna of A;. Sehlater * Oo, ?- ,4 -,'- ABOliPH SCSHWJTKR, \ JOHN FKEDEEIGK HiBTM&NN. : ? Wtness to ti» jStgnatarter-I1. PBAantistr - Pawfe^ Qgbjber % iS^Sy ; V ;'. J.. Courtship and Marriage. - i ' ?fto ^^^SrWATSFOED will above subject in the ODDFEI^OWS* TiSJTfi .*?? Adjsdssiojj-— ^PrcmtSsateJ, Is. 5 Back Seats, 6& MS^ber^ te^jig^i^tots forthj? JVont ^&ea£$ a^oj?arties Furnishing & Others ^ BtfBTQN, & SON, BBGv to antimateto the inhabitants of ? Gawler, and ita vicinity, that they intend to oowraeDcebnshiessas CABINET MAKERS, UPHOLSTEKEKS, and UNDEETAE1JRS, on, November 1st, 1865, in the premises jxow occupied by Mr, Engelb^eciht, in Murray-street, ?whore 'they -will be ^ -able to supply every , description of-Pnrnitur^ and aiatta^ses...

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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 6. [Before Dr. Lewis, J.P., and Dr. Nott, J.P.] [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 7 October 1865

vPbtoay, October*. rBeforeihr. Lewis. J.P. and Dr. Nott. J.1-.1 i John King was charged on 'the information of #»h«Aiiea,maclnni9t, 6&Wler, with deserting his serftce, and receiving money in advanced ▲ verbal agreement was entered into, by whiqh? the prisoner -engaged to work fer Mr. AUeq, it -3 per week. He got an advance of J£2 after working three days, and had not returned to his employer's -service. (The prisoner pleaded guiky, and was sentenced to one months im* iprisonment, without hard lab©*.

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GAWLER CORPORATION. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 4. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 7 October 1865

&AWXEB COEPOBJLMOK j WEBTimDIT. ^OcteBER 4. Treserit — His Worship ., the May-j* in %ne ehair ; .^«uncillor« MoJd, Eoediger. :and MitchelL i A better :^ras i^ad fwm Mr. C Ton ' ^Bertonch, asking fpr memorials f«f a roaA fromGawler te Nuiiootpas^o be returned ibr same .to be presented to ParKament. ? Hi© i.w«srtft»t Secretary; t» 3fi»ncy S'air i Committee iwrote for peMsassion to dig lioltAin «oflie of the public? thoroaghfarefc for the erecifiou cst v^u^hai1 »rcW on *he 6th November. iBeqaest g^oi*ed. From Mr. Warr^n- stating that by the| ^first meeting in N©yember the defiaatitioH '©f the streets wiU be %ompleted. From the Tow* C/lerk ef Adelaide, «tating that the request of the €oanea for the attendance of tne Saspector of 'Weights,&c. ,in Gawler, had biBen-granted. Messrs. Woodman & Bean wrote for permission to deposit paaterials oa foot paths. -^w«*ed» . ? ' 3%e cbntractor for lighting lamps on South Para Bridge reported that*soiae person had wilfulhr bro...

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