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IMMIGRATION AND LABOR. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 7 October 1865

TMMI&RkTlON AND IdBOtTE. ?-? ^Wb give tiie following pithy remarks of a resi dent at Wallaroo Bay-Mr. Samuel Mams), aa sdressed to the Tfolloi-oo Times, as a prelude t» ^observations whieh we may feei;-calle«l Tipon 'shortly to make on the labeor market and its supply ; T»ietly ptevo^ng that, while we notice -1OO. miners brought oat in one ship, lor the *8peeiaTb«xe&t ol mining companies, we have in -no ease Sitim 10D »loue4iinen brought, out 3or ^Ues^iifi^teaefltot farmers.--- 4BwMt!MM;Hjhat the JMreetors of the, _ ^ Jlooatau JD«^ fem&ti&mb^^ ^rasres JJf ?'''fltttwj i&en who are working oh 'owneirs* ae«SQttntT ^t €he Company's werks to. 5s. 6d. pe^ dieua. TSo~w, such a step, if taken ^ ? ^bj the woon%», C&mpaay, or any other Gbm-' ? T»any, at.th? present time, must berviewed with-: - -alarm. It i9.wellknpj{ra to every householder : - *that men couli not live and pay their way on ^scch wages as that, while the juices of pro 'visions «r...

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KAPUNDA GOSSIP. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 7 October 1865

mHJOTfA GOSSIP. 'Pwn» fiNinoAN informs the Bunyip that this '?whole district is almost Selection mad at this ?moment* tba* Jtr, Ifalterfe i*&%#, Mr. $ohn: Baunoibtett^ia the Ifovorite with the niinorljy, *but that he ifiuiks very diffesent^lumseff . P/F/inTtowns th&-Bwy*p ihatlbe. 'twill wasi 'opened by a public' meeting held in Crase'aj large room, tm Tuesday last; that Sir. Ifcmm rsevell was present and - made his maiden hxpeech, which 'Was good ; that he spoke *env '? phatieally upon Jail pointe, and protested that, .he would do his'best ^ncleavoura to serve the; DUstricfc of Mj%ht» whtere be has so large a; 'state, lanU ^ive hw totahljgt *attenti«i *to| {^everything and AeveryboHy. fie w.ts parti-; ^golgrty strong- On his. haitehfes, looking great %ubS at His several periods. : ' * ?J».,l?« eeagidera tfee gent mtfleh too diffiSentf %ad modest to nfakeatoml member yet; and* 't&fcka Jbat as the mail ooach contracts are| '^titsrYor a njtnited time, and on th...

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GAWLER AUXILIARY BIBLE SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 7 October 1865

OAWLER ATTXtLIARY BIBLE SOCIETY. TSne eleventh annual meeting of the Gawler Branch of the British and Foreign Bible Society was held on Thursday, 27th September, in the Wesleyan Chapel, Gawler. The meeting was opened by Rev. Mr. Brown, in !tb.e tisual way, by singing — the lSth Psalm wing read and prayer offered. W. DmrsiEia-, Esq., President of the branch. 5n the chair. He rose and stated that he did Hot intend to occupy the time of the meeting .' 'Iby a long address, as there was before them a deputation who had come there to tell them wnatnaa oeen aooompusnea aurmg uu? past year, and thereby stimulate all to greater *-^eiertion next year. The object of the Society jwas the distribution of the Holy Scriptures Ho all parts of the world. He would now call upon the secretary of the branch, the Rev. C. J. Evans, to read the report. Rev. C. J. Evans — Tour committee rejoice in , xaeeting you again, being assured that we shall separate with gladdened hearts and cheerful countenances whe...

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GRAIN MARKET. Bunyip Office, Friday Evening, Oct. 6. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 7 October 1865

GRAIN MAKKKT. Bunvip OShe. Friday Eveninisr, Oct. 6. We have to report a very dull week in Grain ; but little has iound its way to market the supply being seemingly pretty well ex hausted. The mills quote Wheat at 8s. 3d. per bushel; Ploxtb, £20 10s. per ton, .£2 4s. *& bag, bags indtaded ; Bban, Is. 9d. ^ bushel by the ton, and 2s. ^bushel by the bag ; Pollard do., do. The crops around Gawler are looking healthy, but rather late. * GAWLEE,~SA'fUEI)AY, OCT. 1. 1865.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 7 October 1865

PhoBiiix Fonadryf Gawier. . ?; ^^cxiltarallmjaeme^tMAerB, £EaTiJBWSffKi) 1848.2 MacMaoandCtoerailraplemeiit '?- ???.--?.:'?' ^O:H^ JO if E S, .'. '? f ' Jaswke&eai^tMmtoiheaboveJB^^ gating reRnqniphoa hig^hawral Stere,)3w 4b prepared to *o«eute«rdeiis for . : - : BIUPINGANB WINNOWING MACHINES, WAS0S5L 3-EAT^ SPRING CARTS. SEW- -. JPORT mBSUA, &c &c, On fh« s&ortes^nbiaca andof the best materials :«nd W«*lananship. i Beapfotg andlffiimowlug Maohmw -jf orory «on»tsractaon made to order. SeamS-nand Beagnng Matihtneg far Sale car Him, _______ AWAKE AT LAST/ ] ? . I.... . . . ? ?? i .'. YoUowiog^he general example. JOHN JUtXKK; MACHINIST, &cl, Hins»AT-*TwsBT. Gatobb BEGS to inform Ms frieads and the ( iPtftjlio, that %& is still supplying IS* - ?first-daw HEAPING MACHINES, on the Hiemllflberftl Terras. - JSFRBTGCAi^WA^mDfcAYS, &c , HOKSSS 'SHOD ON TSCK SHORTEST NoTICB. 3?6te the address. _ JOHN ALLEN'S I OldEstablished Machine Manuf...

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MIDNIGHT CONVERSATIONS AT THE PORT. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 7 October 1865

MIDNIGHT ^ COKVEESATIONS* AT THE poet, -.:- Custom Hotjsb.— -jffsSi,' Pump, wtat*s' your opinion on politics just now? Ptncp. — ?Well, Pump, indeed! Come, now; that's doin* it too uncommon formiliar! Jest remember that Tin the representative of -the sov'rin people, will yer, and show doo respecks to your superiors. - C. H. — -Ha, ha, h&! Upon naqr word* Pump, your airs axe too ridiculous. - Since yon got your vote hy ballot and universal suffrage, and this nut of ike world has fatten to be ruled by the mob, you are unbearable. You ve waked up in a bad humour; surely ? P. — Who do you call «m*?' Is that your gratitude, caUin' ns names ? 17* as have just give youlaiy wagabones five per cent, on your pay, oos wittles and cettera is so dear? And here you are makin' a beast o* yourselves at onoel I-cn't yer oxter be thankful-? . C. H.— Well, veQ ! There's not much to be thankful for yet. You sovereign people, as you -call yourselves, oar your representatives, are awfully shabby !...

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TRIAL BY JURY. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 7 October 1865

TRIAL BY JUBI. A case has recently been decided by & special jury, before Chief Justice Hanson, of very considerable interest, as exhibiting the enormous and dangerous power of wealth on the one hand; and^the Value of that JEgis of Britons, 'trial by jury,' on theotjtor, r Hy.Honry Xewis Gblbraith, a respect awe m^v^tibijjwr to our great oousn iana in quest of a field for his abilities and the improvement of his fortune (and who, it appears, is the son of a deputy lieutenant ana magistrate of; Argyleshire), after being a member for more than a year of Howitt's party, in its search for Burke and Wills, took up a valuable paatoral country^ in the, interior, -in connexion with Messrs. Miller and Jackson, of Melbourne. Shortly afterwards he pur chased their interest for. the Honoiable Thomas Elder, of the firm o£ Elder, Smith & Co., of Adelaide, and became a partner and pastoral manager in a new firm, .which ineluded Mr/ Elder, th» ^Messrs. Stuckey, and, himself. Subsequ...

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RIFLE MATCH AT GAWLER. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 7 October 1865

3WEms m^mmimwmsL -{ A MATCfi1-etw©en the Euwt O«wler Xt^es and theLyndoch ¥alley Volunteers came jaff -on- 'Monday laat^ whea the iFire ti Gawlere' pw-ved victorious '6y 54 points ; A baffiiug wind blew aoroes th^ range during lie day, nehich prevented -«OBie ot the crack shots from ?making*he^r usual high ftverftges. -After the jaatch*^i§. com panies ^adjourned to luncheon Jit: the! Crawler Arms, where a bounteous' eepast awaited them. v. Captain Martin presided , on -the occaaon, and Captain W^inton^ oceupieel the vice chair SThe jw»uai toasts \ having been given, and *the healths ^of the I captains drunk, -Captain Winton in a humorous speech presented Private W. H. Johns, cS the OUyndoeh Company, _ m .1 »i.._.'. _.''__. *»'??? i ? T ? a witn me W©oaefi spoon, wmen was nana somelf ^ecomted with ribbons. Private Johas widentfy net reliBhing s&ch &n; uniifteresting heirloom ^fer 'his posterity, said ithat '' no oabher ^ompatty :but the 'Gawlers' would be guilty oT Bu...

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SOUTH AUSTRALIAN INSOLVENCIES. "That's the way the money goes." [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 7 October 1865

SOUTH AUSTRALIA^ 1NSOLVKNCJES. ' That's the teay the money goes.' IFrolM a return recently furnished to ^Parliament of insolvencies, from S'ane, 1861, to September, 186*, inclusive, it appears that the assets scheduled of six teen ins&lvencies amounted to 1613,788 ISs. ldd,, while the amoant realised was Sl,782, or '2s. 7d. in ihe pound. The; reou^r wiu ii«»i.ui-*nj uuuuv me fttvutatj of such a statement, and ask what became of the balance— -namely J6l2,©06 13s. IOcL tfhe fapt, ^however, is, that liatf the assete set down in iheseschedulesi ^pews^t^^vatfei^'^fere :m0rtga^e«I,lia3. 'no existence, or coui3 not be collected, . ; Here follows particulars of tkas mar vel lous statement .-^— f ' | Scheduled. Realized. 'Scheaule8. BeaU%ed. it 1,956 JESO8 I JE7O8 *217 5«0 -&2 I 518 7 1^307 479 1,7 M ^9 998 «0 18 10 1,051 122 1,l«7 45 1 1,SS5 ' S 1,492 -84 643 9 8,195 92 1 ' '9^7 150 S.44S S79 ] 2,793 46 But now for -what ts restKzedj and what - becomes of it. Of twenty estat...

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MR. ROUNSVELL'S CANDIDATURE. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 7 October 1865

fiffi. EOUNSVELL'S CANBII-AT^EE. : '»o Tient iditob. ; . ?Sns,— Permit me- to employ ySttr jour nal, as an elector of light, in pointing out: :the absurdity of bringing forward a Go jrernment.cpntractor for** Parliamentary v*epreaent»tive. - : ?-?-. . ; t It is «quite trftetlAt the ^fctlflunent ^self is, by the .'Constitution Xct, em powered, as in Srit&in, to decide on the validity of a man's bright to sit in OParlia meift ; bat suppose ft general election,, when tTiere is no -Parliament, an^ the Parliament has to be created, I have an .inherent fight ©f voting as an elector; orior to Jiavi^Hts *f the new Parlia ment, ^ty right to choose meBabers is a' right establishes before there is*, Parlia ment, er before a writ is *etitriied, and; why, X ask, am 1 to htcve TQfty time Jcon-^ sumed and nty- vote annihilated tyro te&ipore by a majority of simpletons re turning a disqualified man, supposing such a resttlt-«s the return of EounsveD: a pWbaba%? Suppose the House of;...

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GREENOCK V. VICTORVILLE. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 7 October 1865

GBEENOCK *. VICTOEVILLE. tTO l*ffB £DITOH. Sir,— One would think by the amount of Gas generated at Victdrvffle *fch»t trteemocli: Cree1!: ought te have been on Bre long eTfe this. What with the bril liatU straggle for the line of telegrapth througli that imminoRS vSlage, in which fortunately they got beat, and the great , activity evinced by a mifl proprietor ^of ; course not Tor his own benefit — oh no !) in getting signatures to a petition for tne main liie of road td pass Ms cldor^ (altlio' ?admitted to be almost impracticable,) yon! would havt smiled, dear Sunny, to likve seen his exertions IfiL the good cause of getting signatures at the barsjjof the var ions ptebs in Kapurcda. tf the Stoad Board is t© be hocussed by feignatures obtained in this manner^ t cduld get a thousand : names for them in a Week. I think t\ ey i will look a little more 'carefally *t the subject Wore granting t:he prayer of Hamlets peti^oft. Let the matter be! referred to any disinterested, parties, or to...

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ASHWELL. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 7 October 1865

ASfiWELL. *(From our own 'Correspondent,) ? Tkk annual examination of the Ashwell school - took place on Thursday last, before a large number of parents and others interested in the cause of 'education, as *aost of the residents of South Australia are; for ef whatever country, or -Odloar, or religion, education's banner floats invitingly. 3Fhe scholars experi enced commendation, havmg~acquitted them selves w«U. After the examination a tea meeting followed, and a public meetings jitr. \jixvtssuix in wu ciunr. J.K6 xaeeung was addressed by llr. T. 6. Jones on the Advantages of Education; Mr. James Harris, of Gawler Stores, gave a recitation; and Mr. Bright, Jun., recited 'The I*ady and the Pie.' TObs following prizes Were distri buted at the examination r-^-lst and 2nd class, reading— -Girls-^-lst, Mary Jane Green, Lucy J. Barrow; 2nd, Susan Gathercole, Elizabeth Palmer; 3rd, Margaret Delany, Sarah Daniels. Boys — 1st, John Everett, James Nnnan, John Barrow, Daniel WaHadge, George Hil...

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WILLIAMSTOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 7 October 1865

WpjJA^^WSi, v il^tun«urowncorrefponaentl ! Oob peasant Jtemship received a. visit on -^eadayl»st,Sfronit'»root .^o«r Gawler /gentle jpen, for the^pttrpewof ^viiig a -lecture in tad: Itittofcuuls of Ibe ^stitute, I «T^L« *- J-r. ^Vaua^r.^feoberl^^e doctor *dhvg the Heturer, «nd Me. Kobertsa^isling in illus^rit Xng the itxbject, -which was ^English Poetry,! ihe exponent of English character.' A more pleasant evening could not have been'*pent. '—there was a capital attendance, the -lecture Itself was an admirable one, the illustrationj ^romlCliaucer,;Poi-e, fierce Ploiighman, Shakes-! peare, Macaulay, Hood, and Tennyson, were; most beautifully rendered, oalung down fre-: ^pient and beany -tokens of approval from all-; present. . . ? J Votes ©f thanks to Bf. Kott, for His ledtttre, and Mp. Roberta, for his valuable assistance, brought the proceedings to a closa, both gentle-; men promising their services on a future occa sion. Mr. 'William Harris, president -of the Institute, presided.<...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 7 October 1865

Botites to ComsponStids. Tint Btrsiilp will stip£«r ahortly as a weekly' paper at a reduced rate, and with an accession of contributors calculated to augment ii% iapi-ny rising flopnlarity as a vehicle of useful information throughout the North, and an . acceptable laedium of lively and independent sentiment, its; already targe circulation ren dering ijt an excellent me&amp;mm for adverti^ng: business of every kind. Vt. S. lu^fcs, as Govemment hare krtrodcued a bill for the encouragement of fencing, called a ' Fencing Bill,'* wheAer 'it is in contem plation to introduce * bill for the encourage ment of dancings boxing; anl gymnastics ?'* Our correspojMfest is unckr misapprefaensioiv and the title is a misBdnifer. It should have- been called an Enclosure Bill. Muslins.— Wo ar» so sewed up for space that -re must again postpone noticing female aff iiiri x£ so^elicate a character. Gumeracsa CoK&amp;ES*oNiffiiiOT~ToO late- Patkriat«juas in out nest. A. W. -jaHs our attention to ...

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TUESDAY, OCTOBER 3. [Before Mr. R. J. Turner, S.M.] [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 7 October 1865

TcBsniY. 'October 1L TBefore Mr. K. ?. Turner, BM2\ . Jft**m Cos*, George Marber, Ann ToUy.Jakn O'Brien, Thomas Skanahan, Hugh (THare, W Ledglay, W. Barrows, J, Landiyrtm, ~~- XclTityre, 3Rcto*elX-'&amp;rie», and EUen Martin were cha ged ; by Thomas Hutchanson, Sanitary Inspector oft Gttwler, with keeping coVfs on the Part Jaaxdsl without a licence, whe defendants we*e 'fined i in sums from Is. to 10s. each and costs. T. 8*m*m and /. McSvm, Were chargea wifh* allowing eows to stray in the pulUic streets. -Fined la. and 5s. «nd costs. i S. *hrfK A«e -charged wifli Obstructing the thoroughfare of Murray-street wHth a quantity of «trav and paper. The Benc* eonsiaering* that the 'clause in the Police issfe did not refer to obstructions of that natttre, fitsffiissed the case. ; Martin -*n&amp; Louti^ of the Thcenix ftmnary were chargea with obstructing the thon»ughtare of Juliana-terrace by placing a-reaping-niachine on th« Toad, ana fined S3. and costs. ' i Damd Haws of Oraoe Pl...

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UNSUCCESSFUL LEGAL ADVICE; OR, THE OYSTER SAVED FROM SHELLING OUT. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 7 October 1865

UNSUCCESSFUL LEGAL ADVICE; OB, THE OYSTER SAVED PEOM SHELL*. ING OUT. ? TO THE EDITOH. Deab BimNT, — An incident occurred not far distant from this locality very amusing to those conversant with the facts; but, as one of the most learned in the law is concerned in it, and his microscopic eye might detect some thing worth teasing Bunny for, I speak in a kind of parable as follows ; ? Lo and behold ! within radius of 100 miles from Kapunda dwelt one learned in the law ana m rne manners and customs of the people ; and to obtain justice for them and cash for himself, did he travel to various localities within that radius. Now it came to pass, not a very longr time ago, that the man learned in the law fell in with a neighbour whose name is like unto that of a great maker of blacking, and thus they spake one to the other : — Lawyer — You have been grossly injured, and can make the evil doer pay. No right — no earthly right — to act as they have done. Bring thou the matter before the Supre...

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THE GAWLER BUILDING TRADE. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 7 October 1865

THE GAWLER BUILDING TRADE One great sign of our increasing prosperity is undoubtedly the immense number &amp;nbsp; of buildings going on in different parts &amp;nbsp; of the town ; and it is also satisfactory to find our building firms quite equal to the demands made upon them. Our much respected neighbour, Mr. J. Pile. has. we undersand, commissioned Messrs. Pett &amp; Gray to erect a very handsome establishment for him in Gawler East, where, we are glad to hear, he intends residing. We have been favourd with sight of the plan, the whole of which has been designed and prepared by the firm above mentioned. We are in a position to state that the building will be one of great beauty, and &amp;nbsp; an immense addition to this rapidly increasing and delightful neighborhood. Messrs. Pett &amp; Gray are also about to commence the mew mill for Mr. Dawson at Bassett Town ; and, looking at the works they have in progress elsewhere, we should think they will have rather a...

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Poet's Corner. THE WILD OAT. BY A NORTH ROAD AGRARIAN. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 7 October 1865

THE WILD OAT. BY A NORTH ROAD AGRARIAN. Go forth with your hook, and your looks all forlorn, &amp;nbsp; Or call fire to your aid, he laughs you to scorn. The soil of your sections all foully overrun, The well cultured farm, with its crops in rotation. And your well cultured farm for the reaper completely outdone. Given beauty, and wealth, and power to a nation. But this wily invader kill nought that is good ; Neither fodder nor fuel, nor for pigs even food ; While stout as a giant, and yet a great crawler ; &amp;nbsp; &amp;nbsp; &amp;nbsp; &amp;nbsp; Than barley or wheat he can raise himself taller ; And so vilely prolific, that his base generation Bids fair to o'errun all the fields of the nation. Then strain every nerve, to prevent desolation, And crop round each field with watchful rotation ; As he will grow withal, let him grow in due order. As food for our stock on the right side the border. John B—n—o. &amp;nbsp; &amp;nbsp; &amp;nbsp; &amp;n...

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ON FREEDOM. TO THE EDITOR OF THE BUNYIP. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 7 October 1865

ON FREEDOM. TO THE EDITOR OF THE BUNYIP. Sir.— In the year 1835 an individual, whose Name I will not mention, but who was desig- nated as "Frank, the Poet," appeared at the Police Court in Sydney ; and being a most in- corrigible offender—having, by various sen- tences, accumulated enough punishment. to last the liven of three men—he was thus addressed &amp;nbsp; by the presiding magistrate :— &amp;nbsp; MAGISTRATE—When do you think you will obtain your freedom ? You are constantly ap- pearing here and receiving additional sen- tences. FRANK—That I can easily answer, your &amp;nbsp; &amp;nbsp; Worship. &amp;nbsp; MAGISTRATE—I rather think it will be a &amp;nbsp; &amp;nbsp; most difficult matter for you to do, as it is almost beyond calculation. FRANK—Not so, your Worship; for if you &amp;nbsp; will allow me I will tell you. MAGISTRATE— Well, when ? Frank's statement was as follows, and only now sees the light for the first time :— When Sydney town, of...

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SCHOMBURGK TESTIMONIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 21 October 1865

SCHOB^BUJbGK TESTIMONIAL. \ A highly ^r«f«ctable«i^fa^'ot the friends of! - J^&amp;)fei}»l«!r4^*p»^^ Com- iiroereJatHotel,;6awle-, on Mond»yTe¥ening; Tor^ ^the purpose of considering the propriety, of j 'camptinientinjr our late much respected neigh- 1 *bor, on his removal from our vicinage, and his* - 'entry on a sphere of usefulness for which ius ^previous studies and engagements in early life: »«q well /qualify him^ ' \ M. S5. BkicSht, Igs^:, 3d.P., o* Tx;ing:calledi ninojii to preside, opeoed the ]#ocfee&amp;ngs by 'referring'id etoquent and trXithful terms to pr. 'iSchombuipgk's'earfy associations with scientific! ^research valuable to the interests of socfety; i -&amp;nd to|hre identity as a man of science with *the scientific objeicts originated in. Gawler,andfor the diffusion of general knowledge ; as its lAtet rary Institute, and especialy ^» Museaim, the ^ 3irst originated in the colony. (]Hear, hear.) '? ^f the propriety of doing honor to such a man, *one whos...

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