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TALK OF THE WAGS. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 4 November 1865

TALK OF THE WAGS. Tke talk (of the 'Wags) is that South Australia as a very 'funny little colony, and that its/ affairs are condttcted in a: very funny way i that the business of SDme 150,000 people, all working in some way. or other for subsistence or enrich ment, might 'by possibility have been managed for sonie years to come without the combined exertion of an aristocratic and nlebeian chamber - thnM analoorv fn the Britisa constitution is not attained by the addition of an npper house, but that, on the contrary, a degree of dis similarity is created amounting almost to ' repugnancy. ' The talk is that, notwithstanding the cumbrous and complicated machinery which has been set in motion (metaphori- : tally speaking) to raise a bucket of water, the State operatives might, with common skill and care, manage now anvl then to bring to hand a pa'dful of the liquid without spilling. ...-._... iae talk is that it the commoners m tne Upper House, and. -their fellow commoners in the Lower,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 4 November 1865

-Hoti.owAT*s Otsvmxtrr and Piias.— -(Jbeat SbXUSF. — :AU .goaty and, rheamatic affections, weakness and wasting of the iixabs, stiff joints and cont*aofce48i»ews,oajab^ treated with the certainty of s»ecess bj the 4iJigent fricticm c£ this excellent ointment upon the affected part, after it has been patient^ fomented with warm bxme. . fioUowsgr's P01» should be taken by the sufferer who fturijr tries tbia treatment, because they purify the blood, i*ngorate tins stomach, zeguiate tiie lirer, «tamulate the kiApeya, act as mild aperients -* tite bowels, ; and as toaicsost. the nerves. I&skia diseases and-giandular egropfaiata Holloway's remedies are eftHWs^.xeeoaimendedjton account at theij gentle, yet effective, action, whea»ibs^^t{^r . ; cf scrofulous evils surrounds a Tictini.

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ROTARY GOVERNMENT AND ITS REMEDY. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 4 November 1865

EOTAEY GOTEBKIifiSNT AS3) ITS JREMEDY/ ;.:- The anomalies and complications which^ have arisen in the Australian coloni^s^i from the extension to them.- *©f ' *elf-? government are Very disconraging and; perplexing to the -real friends of liberty^, and furnish the supporters jpf .-despotism' with a pl&usib^e argument, which, how ever inconclusive, does not altogether fail to take effect. When Britain, reversing^ the policy which alienated from her the ; colonies of America, extended to those of j Australia au put political -lnaepenaenee, - the -boon was offered in good faith, ae- | cepted with gi^titude, and great locatj benefit -was anticipated from the change j i but as regards our own community, has 'j that benefit arisen ? ...... ,v.^ Do \re possess a strong, united, and consistent local 'Orctverninent, which' steadily carries on the business df the colony on fixed and recognised principles? Have we been accustomed to a Ministry which, avoiding class legislation, seeks t...

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MEETING OF RATEPAYERS. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 4 November 1865

--? — 'MBTTO^^^^^Ati^VT ? ;.t- A MPKtfw; of ratepayers ia the town oT-3*wrU* H, &: Bright* IS^V H*» *W»V*«e4 to the ... ? ? ?«&?&;'.??? . ??..-:-:;ii:.-, :?.-.. . .: . . Site G»Araiti*r tailed BttentJon to ft $»tocarti- signed *fey a aatabsr of ratepayera, calling the meeting to wnwlertbe assessment of the town I« Grundy- *«4 weUijpt^d by the XJQunciU lie said it abated to WTO^mtOT^y iW^lanfie* in the varaatwsn listed, and wueli of the pro pertylmd te^ over assessed. He fcoped those who might addr^s the meeting would speak to the question, and that afair bearing might be given to each speaker. .,,t . '.' v: j-r. Pofraw «aid the ussesaweot was so full of discrepancies that he -vaa sorry Mr. Grundy should he absent, «? he should like him to es |-lafn. A letter from Mr. Srunay, addressed to Mr. jJarnet, asking Mm to lay said letter before Hie ? meeting; was handed to the Chairman. Dr, IVsfhath moved, and Mr. E. Martin tecraidedi « That it be not read.*' jj[r Mj^...

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GAWLER AND ITS TATTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 4 November 1865

GAWLEK AND ITS .TATTEBS. When Coleridge visited Cologne, lie wrote of it as follows : — 'In K&ln, a town of monks and bones, And pavements f anged with murderous stones, And rags and hags, and hideous wenches, I counted two and seventy stenches, AU well defined* and several stinks !'* Now, thotigh we fortunately have neither monks nor hideous wenches, it cannot be denied by any one who takes a few strolls through our back slums and the outskirts of our pictul'esque little town that we have a most discreditable amount of rags and bags, boneB and stones, disfiguring goodly portions of it, and that portions of our Park Lands are permitted by our professional scavengers to assume and retain an appearance as unpark-like and repulsive as filthy shreds, broken glass and bricks, portions of skele tons and occasional carrion can render them. Now, as during the ensuing* week strangers and visitors may stroll around our outskirts, some of whom^ seeing how our taste in some respects con...

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PONTOON PROBLEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 4 November 1865

JOKTX-ON PROBLEMS, Why is the Gawler South Bridge like a married couple in the Divorce Court? Because it is an incongruous partnership affair, in danger of dissolution. Why is ihe Willaston Bridge like one of the dailies? Because it inclines to go with the stream, rather than to maintain an upright position. Why is the Gawler Railway Bridge like an adjective'? , . Because it requires a substantive to render it of any use. Whv is a Gawler resident retnrninfir homo over .the South. Gawler Foot-bridge, Uke % certain Ez-Coeunissioner of Crown JJands? Because in approaching domestic retirement every step he takes brings him lower than before.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 4 November 1865

MB. W. B, lEflS So;i»icitob Money to Lend on Freehold Property. just iit|tiYi5», jar r«to, -'fare?. J aad SUUS JPfiOOF SAFES. a KELSET, & Co. , Peel-etreet, Adelaide, .s; ' Land in Gawler for Sale, /\8 EASY TEB3IS, and k ?jurce& & y \J Buft Purchasers. Apply to W. IL LEWIS, SpKcitori Mia*ay-Streefc Money to tmdi on Freehold Securities. -, SAIiE OF CROWN LAJHkT' Thursday, November 30, _86& Crown Lands Office, Adelaide, Oct. f j, 1865. VTOHGE IS EOEBEBY GIVEN, that X% the following portions of Grown Land* will be offered for sale by public auction, at the Land Office, Adelaide, on Thursday, the 30th day of November, 1665, at eleven of the clock in the forenoon, at the upset price affixed to ea«h lot respectively, on the terms and con ditions and under the provisions of an Act of the Parliament of South Australia, passed in the twenty-first year of Her Majesty's reign, intituled ''An Act for regulating the sale and o£her dispos-bof Waste Lands belonging ...

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GRAIN MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 4 November 1865

GRAIN MARKET. Bunyip Ojfice, Friday Evenings Nov. 3. tVheat at the mills, lls. per bushel; Flour, w£&9. Stocks on hand very small, scarcely any. left. Bran, 1 s. 10d., Pollard, 2s. per bushel. ®|e fhttgijr. GAWLER, SATURDAY, NOV. 4. 18&5.

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THE MINISTRY. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 4 November 1865

THE MINISTRY. The junior ntember iot Staniey ia voting to keep in the A yer's Ministry sadly over raaehed himself, and in his attempt to turn out the Hart and Duffield Cabinet yesterday he has been equally unsuccess fill. Whatever error may have been con nected with the appointment of so young a man as Mr. ©owner, the Housjj of Assembly is evidently not disposed to lend its votes in aid of the Vaulting am bition of «y'Kry ^ newlyTfle4ged politician 'nriiin ireta in+« Parliament. itiflatWl witb self-cqmplaeefi^y mod a blandly sneering opinion of the inferiority of every other man's judgment and discernment who has gone %aere before him. Our last night's telegram informs us that Mr. Bright' s mischievous motion was rejected by a majority of Nine 1 We cannot ;but admire the shrewdness with which that Hon. Member looks, out; for an opening here or there to do .a' little business on bis own account, but it is rather jinore than amusing fib see jpblitu cians of a few mpnths standing, and ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 4 November 1865

MILLWRIGHTS. 4^mU ^ijU^WSS, -&gricultHral Implement Hakers/ ^UtabMne and General ISiplciiicht , \'-i. ? -^wilfein^Mstpr^ ';--^ ?*-? ??- MUBBit strej;^ «&1ft&:& Machinist, BiAcksinTk, WHB^^raSSr/iiTe.. ^%E^t0thftiik Wsiiudierdtis custoihers jD for i^tifov^ i^.|e lie ^?r dejfotes 'his whole attention to foe above Establishment, ?(havii^xelia^Q^'o^ ^ G^ea^ Stbre,^ lie iJB Jpxepared to execute orders for : Leaping am- winnowing MKafitNESj Wagons, -6BXYS, seeing casts, new POBT P^GNE1iJ4 ^,^0., 'On theishtotesthotibe and of the bSBtnraterials ' -:: '\an& Workmanship. ' .' ' '?* E*^ihgaiiH Wihh6*iiig Machines bf eVery 'construction xoade to order. Second-hand Reaping Machines for Sale or :-Hire. GreaerilHoUday, Gawler. fcUBIilC NOTICE. fflH'E 3X&KERS, SHOP&SEIPEjRS, 1 MANITPAiCWJEEES, TRADESMEN behave agreed to CLOSE their respective -Establishments oh TUESDAY the 7th Ndvem 'ber. being the Eighth AtihSfreKafiy *of 4he UlWlvEB TNWNT&a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 4 November 1865

* .-- - .- FQR SALE, v - CASKsVcA.SK^! CASKS! * EMPTY HQ(*SH£a»S,*c. f Apply $o . . t 3\ J, MQNRO,qawlerWest. , SA£E 6F CROWN LANDS. Sthuraday^ November 23, 186$. 'Crown Lands Office, Adelaide, .-??.-- October 1^1865. , VTOTiqE IS HJSREBY ^IVUN, that JL* tbe following' portions of Grbwh^Isaais will be. offered for Sal© by Public Auction, at to* irttad Office, AdeMde, on Thursday, the' 23rd day ot November, 1865, at ele\«n ^'dcxjk in the Forenoon, at the upset price affixed to' -'? jmmw Iiot respectavoly, on the terms and eon tfciaontf, and under the provisions of an Act of the Parliament of Sonth Australia, passed in the ttsrenty-flrefc year of Her Majesty's reign, intituled 'An A«t f or Begulating ttte Sale and other disposal of Waste I»ands belonging to the Crown in South Australia.' Deposit, twenty per cent. H.9P. T. STBANGWATS, 'Connaissioner o^ Crown TianHs and : 'Immigration Town Sections. ''County Light— -^Township.' of Hansborough, about lour and a-half miles north, by east ...

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Notices to Correspondents. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 4 November 1865

Stotitf s to Ccrmpnients. *#* Ae«a3i«3Bments are in progress : for the ' weekly issue of the Btrnj/ip, at ;a 'reduction of price, and a prospectus of ou* new issue will appear in our next. In theineantune wie gratefuUy ackaavied§ge tb? iaeceasiagf support ^ie Gawler newspaper is experiettc i*i^- ? ? . ? : .?????? The Inspector of Weights and Measures Jis empowered by thfe a«* to seize a& weights,. &©., not' in aoeojcftance therewith, and to lay an information f*t a fine to fee imposed in such cases. .' : -Thb Piakq BAWTJr^tt the 5rin.ee Albert Hotel will take place oft Monday, «9f*?Tu©3day, 6B '?the subscribers nSay decide. AssfWELXi, Post, and 'other articles, unaToid aWty ojcuiysed this time, owing to ihe crowded state of our; columns. It is important to have coftospondence oarly ia ihe^eelti

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MONDAY, OCTOBER 30. {Before Mr. R. J. Turner, S.M.] [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 4 November 1865

Moitday. October 30. IBefore Mr. E. J. Tomer, S.M.T B. Lonsdale was brought up, on warrant, charged with having deserted Ms wife and children, The complainant iiot xdshiHg to; press the case, an order was niade to pay costs. George ChaUoner pleaded guilty to making a disturbance in the streets of Gawler on the 24th instant. Pined 5s. Jane Brown was charged with being drunk and wandering about the street at two o'clock on Sunday 'morning. Fined 5s.

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TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 4 November 1865

' *6 WSB KDITQB, ....... -,' ?,-? v' ''*$kst, — It is not my iatentioh tp notice as they deserve the personal Kostility and 'unbecoming animus that characterised the late meeting at the (xlpbe Hotel, my business being with the business pjroeeedings aaid the^iews set forth. I pass over the farce of expecting me to be there, when the withholding the invitation was : intended to keep me away, and also the fine sense of justice shown in opposing the steading ? of my letter, as well as the distortion^ a, portion ^of it In; the j&dvertiser and i Register, — the only correct version of it being that|by': the reporter ^6r the Tde&raphi as follows ; — ' The tetter was -then ^ead. It was to the e&ct that' ho (Mr^Orundy) heard he was to .be invited to 'the laeetang'.'and Qiat if -he had he would haTe been unable to attend, in conse quence of severe indisposition. It then went on to fetate that he had assessed the property at the'renta! it 'was then realizing', which he ...

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TUESDAY, OCTOBER 24. [Before Mr. R. J. Turner, S.M.] [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 4 November 1865

TlTESDAT, OCTOBEB 2i. [Before Mr. E. J. Turner, S.M.l James McGregor \ras charged, on the informa tion of Thomas Percivalt %ith smoMng in a railway -carriage. Defendant pleaded guilty, ', and was fined 10s. and costs-^-ia all J£2 6s, ^:. ' Percival in giving evidence not wishing to press for a heavy fine. v Jpb Harris, R. Thomson* and Charles Sim, -were fined 5s. each and costs — in all JE1 5s.— for allowing cattle to depasture on the Park Lands without a licence.

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FOUL PLAY. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 4 November 1865

POUli PLAY. TO THE EDITOB. Sot/— Whether Mr. Grundy wrote 'Ifair Play' or not, you know best ; but if I send you my name, with a few remarks on foul play^ there'll be no mistake as to authorship then. Was 4he*e ever fouler play than -Dr. Pop*. ham's proposing t'other night to burke i Grundy's letter, after complaining' of his not J being there -to explain? -Jjut IVe heard of i similar justice among the squireen J-P.'s of an ' Irish bench, and I don't forget -Captain Gor- I don's notes on the veracity* a-nd morality of Irish ' gentlemen,' when he was sent by a ! committee of the House of -Lords to report on , znax uniorDunate country. What an admirable English Justice of the , Peace the Doctor would make on our Gawler \ bench in lieu of honest Schomburgk- ! \ Talking of that, wasn't it more than human '? nature could bear to see Dr. Nott elevated to i the bench after Dr. Pophani's saying what he j did of him anonyuiously on his being elected iv ? Mayor ? — and wasn't it a good farce ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 18 November 1865

' [ Sheaoafc lor HoteL - . 1OHN COXELXi tegs to inform1 his I friends and the public generally that^hp las taken the above Hotel, -and hopes by jot? ention ibo .the comfort of those who *nay requentthe house to merit a share of patron age. : ^i Wines, Spirit^, &c, of the best description. Good Stabling; Stockyards, and Paddocks. BBITON. 7' THIS Superior Thorough-bred Draught 1 Entire Horse will serve a limited-number »f Mares this beaaon at the LOED LTN [K-CH HOTEL, Lyndoch Valley. Terms— JE2 5s., payable on before the 1st ranuary, 1866. ; ^ Briton u a fine Black Horse, a sure Foal letter, and his Stock is superior .to any in the . ? listrict. ... JOHN W. EXCELL, jw* Proprietor. VAN TBOJfF tl/ILL SEBVE MJLUM THIS SEA- ^ » I SON, AT WILLASTON. Van Tromp, bnported from Melbourne, is jet black; Sue, Van Tromp, by the celebrated horse, Cham pion, imported to Tan Dieman's. Land, by Ws S. T. Clarke, Esq. This Horse has taken tie first Prize at Geelong for many years, and en Bevera...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 18 November 1865

The Ltndoch Mill, — Mr. Sayner the well known miller of Lyndoch has we are informed disposed of his Lyndoch mill property to Mr» Bevalaqua of that town, whose well known business qualifications will doubtless retain to the full the pre sent popularity of that popular grindery. Se&xous Cabt Accident. — Many of our readers will hear with regret that one of our. civil Corporation employes, Wm. Macarthy, met with a very serious- acci dent while engaged with the town seavengering cart yesterday— the horse attached to which bolting, the cart went over his body smd leg, inflicting injuries so severe that Dr. Popham, who was in prompt attendance on the sufferer, ,ex pressed his. apprehension that he would hardly be got home alive.. On inquiry late last evening, we learned the Doctor s fears were likely to be confirmed. This Northern Voltinteebs, !Bah, watand Keview. — We are sorry- that we cannot report a better master of Gawler Volunteers, for the Ueview of Thursday week, but the P...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 18 November 1865

Subusbak Sections. Upset price, JE2 per acre. County Stanley— Suburban to Township of Davies, Hundred Hanson. Sec Acres.* Sec Acres. 2M ^ «? | jgfr 23 253 5 290 54 254 5. 291 24 253 5 392 24 256 5 29 i 24 257 5 £97 44 258 4 198 39 - 259 5 299 16 260 5 300 18 261 7 SOI 18 262 5 302 16 263 5 303 12 26* 5 304 11 265 5 305 12 S66 9 306 8 267 8 307 7 268 15 S08 5 269 17 3(9 5 270 17 S10 5 271 19 Stl 5 273 19 St2 5 274 20 313 5 275 17 *»4 6 276 17 315 13 277 9 3!6 10 378 9 317 10 279 9 31$ 10 280 9 S19 10 281 10 320 10 282 10 321 17 283 12 322 20 284 15 323 20 285 16 324 18 286 29 325 27 287 22

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THE ENGLISH MILL. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 18 November 1865

? I' ? '? ''rJ-^^ji^?'-Vi,-g,:'. ..--,-.?'??»?...,?,?.,,.? Ws copy thefoUowiiig injbein^c*lrom^ ^ s interest to theColony.— »? ''-'?? ;^*-v -'-.;. ^: .; ._??-. -?:? ?..'. :iBm&J»p^ ??*-&i*.*-,u ...;;,^ \..,^%e-ti«t|g:jp%..i^^^!a^IJ^ Corfciq tahemeasui^ for ilifijniu9»]ril^^ W j;e^3^^^Sat^o^3a®p^^ ?L£ Shannon were present,, a]^'' IW^Bijtttt^^1- v*:- i trato*. The proceedi^ J^fiuliea^toj - uiopnon or a memonai.t^lioTernme|ktv '? ?' -raying for an immediate rf$8ifaW| pS!^ - jolice and notary in' Aeco^Jy. ^o* . .''' ixffitence of a secret orgajalsatipn danger- ~ )us to the public peace m» admttted. - ? Several persons in different partB -tf ' ' - [reland have been committed fox^tflaA on „ the charge of illegally drilling, and others bave been already convicted. ? ??- n. .About 8 o'clock onthe evening of Sep» tember 15, a large fon^ofgouce pro ceeded from the Castle, in Dublin, Into Parliament-street, where, they diifided ' ~: into two bodies,, one at either end of the st...

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