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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 18 November 1865

Special Cototbt Lot. County Stanley — About three miles northnorth west of Booboorowie. Hunored Avers. Sec. Acres. Price. 286 130 £150 | Cottntbt Sections. TJpset price, JE1 per Acre. County Stanley— Near Township of Davies, Hundred Hanson. Sec Acres. ?. Sec Acres. 294 67 330 102 295 69 331 1)8 296 78 332 97 327 95 S33 130 328 105 I 334 95 329 101 I County Stanley— On the eastern slopes of the range, from one and a-half to four miles north westerly of Booboorowie, Hundred Ayres. S78 102 295 98 279 70 296 101 280 81 S97 99 281 131 i-898 146 282 95 299 70 283 108 3«0 29 284 154 301 62 285 116 302 108 287 119 303 226 288 59 304 129 289 127 305 78 290 HI #-6 121 891 118 307 115 292 65 SOS 184 £93 87 309 150 294 117 310 127 County Stanley— About one and a-half miles south of the Township of Anama, Hundred Hart. 134 71 .1 136 . 12« T 135 96 | 137 138 County Borra— About two mites west by *outh of Kooringa, Hundred Kooringa. 55 48 | County Burra— About three and a-balf milet north by west ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 18 November 1865

Opening of thb Telegraph ToBiiANCHiTOvrti. The Superintendent presents his compliments to the Editor of theBuwyip, and begs to inform that telegraphic communication was opened by him to Bkubehetown this-evening, when the following congratulatory message was trans mitted: — ' ? ' - ? ; . : : « On behalf of the inhabitants -of iillaitghe town, we beg to congratulate yojar ExceUea^ apon the extension of telegraphio 'eo&unonica- tion^o this township. We feel assured that it will prove of gteat p^raaanent be^ftb to Bfurray 3Kiver traffic, hy bringing this inqf-ortant ship, ping' pWt into snoh «loise eotttact vita, the faetropolfc. -iod Save ttieQtte^i1. : 'Signed x«f behalf of the inhabitants of E9ancheto#n- rr - - ^ 'Maxims Peacock. ^^ WJ/M. Wooiir.' nt thaak the inhabHants of Blanchetown, mA hs«P^**fflP*«catfe %»r oongrataLMaoas npontheejrtennono^txM^^hcontmunieatMa to their township, -which cannot feil to produce Excellent results. Iliope before very long to :risit Etanchetown...

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THE GAWLER MUNICIPAL VALUATION. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 18 November 1865

[?] Thb hearing of appeals against the ralu atipn as adopted by the Corporation came pff« on Wedaesday morning, at the close «of -the; law -casee» and terminated on . F^jfciy |mornl&g^ ? in- a ? lessening -of tHe ||3^W%gi._ie?en^e ? of, JSSft^ XS*:^the each,''but iemfdnig ; any allowance fe- counsel rengaged in aome of the caseSi; the ds. appeal lee being payable to the : (^vernment, which appears to have been the ?ehie.f gainer in the. affair, having had no trouble or 'costs to' encounter. The 'late hour at which we received the result of the appeals precludes our giving more than the bare results. ? Some of Ae cases furnished matter of interesting report and comment, wbieK we hate not now ? space for* -- In-.our.- next, we may , refer briefly to the subject, but. cannot: pledge much of our space io it: — ' i3.arnsj yamtw, xioutw ? a&iuu atoa I x&o. ' do. Store ...... ..::..25O :' 225 Bright, H.^. Thompson's Huts 13 8 jd6. - do, Peace's Huts. ..: J3! 8 ' Z§....

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MIDNIGHT CONVERSATIONS AT THE PORT. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 18 November 1865

MIDNIGHT CONVERSATIONS AT Tfifi P^kp.— WeB, Custy^ whatfs up nowt Any thing Iresh? Cwrroj|;.Hoi^K.r-Oh, dorft bsther. me. Tm so busy, I don't know' Which way toiut*. P,--B«Miy now, *r* you? Bat what 46 you call butyf Tiw Devil pete busy ia a ««*eot. wihd, dont be^'-Ahi -J: tbought I couUl «ee miaohief u;breifitf over, your vay. All yowr ch»» ? ?wanoin', about with their wings a flut leril«,w»d;boW wicious, like bew at a ki'- when, the wintft hot and dry, and they feel j spiteful. Beea i jfci^ejpio,* aometbtnk) agio, I J and mubh troa^e^ ani ahsiety taesfe seiartires t girevmeili&nass«i«ybu.' .-'??'?'.:- .'^l^cot- 1:4 ' 3P,— TahJ G6 oja with yerJ Why, y«u ^ries I 'ia ir* and you knew v ry well its th§ only Aingsas ever you makes a f««s about) aud doejr wit;h any spirit at all; and a most lufernal spirit you espogea too; and I wonder sich a respec table hinstitution as you orter be- aigt ashamed on it. ' . G. H.— & don't knew what you taean, Sir ; but I see yea are inc...

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MIDNIGHT CONVERSATIONS No. 2. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 18 November 1865

1 ^DyiGHT CONVERSATIONS ; :- ' : . .No, 2. , , Gostom Hocsfc -Well, Pump, old fellow, nave you got «ver your fit of indignation yet? * PuMF^-What, you ineans about yeur seisin* perpensitids ? Iso, I aint. I'm for Magnus Carter and the liberty o' the sulyeck, and down 'iath tyrants and injustices. We're*** 'gpin* to jietition the Queen' to squash ttie w«ete bilin', and in dooty bound M'ill ever pray that she'll never let any more wcrdicks be given de.ad agin All. luc icii.uirK.lv*;. A^vn^jll-o u\* use juu* \ACitjrxu of itj' you knows »-* well as t do that sich it was. G. H.— Mr. Pump, I'm not going to deny any thing of the kind in connection with y--&r*in- genious hypothesis:; but the majesty of the law must be upheld. I consider tuat if the agent jvere found guilty the decision would be per fectly. CQrrect-^-/«r/ert/y correct I— for whatever tiright be the nature of the evidenw* the reason for the.det'ision is so obvious and unanswerable that = -I wonder r. you tsno«ld;,«ea«...

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OUR WEEKLY ISSUE. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 18 November 1865

OUU WEEKLY ISSUR ^ As intimated in our last, it is our inten- \ tion to convert the B&nyip, at the close of the year, into a Weekly Journal of general intelligence and interest, in com bination with independent political com ment and the usual amount of buoyant humour and good tempered satire. Ad «4-*a ?*»«*.! ^a1am4' «fe*n«4 av«\a»i An nun Ttano Knud ' been already enlisted for. the purpose. j and our Gawler Journal will, Vre trueitj ; oxi its appearance with the new year, as a weekly, at the reduced price, of three pence, be found to rank foremost of the provincial press. The circulation we h*ye already reached offer a useful medium for the diffusion of business announcements of all kinds; and our charges for advertising will be kept at as moderate a standard as that of any paper in the colony. Me. Adcock's Pbizs Make.— Our readers will remember a mistake which occurred at the last Adelaide Agricult ural Show in the brood mare department. The judges have now confirmed thei...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 18 November 1865

'? XOTKmM 4XMBE&&mtiEKT& ?pplweto ;fT~ .H ;L Jvshixjl, who shoold ctady«oft words «a&aaxd argnm^its. St. 6sosex.— What are Cham&«an3e&s for ? JTJS.— We will furnish some interesting sbriast ics next £a^r^-» \ RJ. — ^Are obliged by the contnbatMms, tnt cannot avail ourselves of them till next issue.

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Poet's Corner. PARLIAMENTARY JINGLES, No. 1. "All that's bright must fade."—MOORE. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 18 November 1865

:^-^^Mac.:rT :H PABIiAMEHTAET JWOtES. He. I. « Mthaetbrightrnvst fade.'— UoGBM. ? Hut, Mister Brightl Thou blaEinglight, Andsenatwvsonianly! , ; August erect ^enthou wast sent To Parliament by Stanley. Corruption quake, Your all's at .siafct SeSeie his mental lever: To place or pay Nomaneansay SnghterewillbQactattwr. Wartotheli^.' In public life He^ -M himself to action, And poise the scafet Till right prevails, Ere right's outweighed by faction. . On his chop Mock Pis own he'll knock, And give himself to ^myrUor. Joint patriot he . With William Pf*w Who'd shed his blood like water. Oh lister Bright, Our land's delight ! Shall muses be your crownen? No, you'll decline The number nine, Since that affair of Downer's!

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TALK OF THE WAGS. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 18 November 1865

?A-^Tii^-?b!r-^w^%Sett4^Vi Twt talk (of th* wags) i» that the rer©. Ifttions which bare been made respectijig the Xaght election are anytbicg but creditable to the intelligence ? of the Colony, whatever may be the result of the petition to the Court of Disputed Beturns, and that the demeanor of counsel engaged in the cause is not calculated to exalt the reputation of the Adelaide bar. That learned gentlemen should ^aw their personalities in presence of His Honor, and not take their own tmy in spite of his admonitionel That if Judge Owynne's remonstrances should prove ineffectual, the refractory barristers might with ad vantage be transferred from the metror politaubarto the for at Fort Adelaide,, which appears likely to yield an abun dance of eontrbvewy for a cO4»ide^»ble; time to come. ? With.vreBpect?- to, tlie ?itting member for Light, the talk is that, as far as the evidence has gouo, it tends to prove that fhe. hon;' gent. i» 'better qualified to be a senator of Cochin China th...

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THE AD VALOREM VALUATION. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 18 November 1865

THE AD VALOREM VALUATION. Tins Valoalor of our town Thinks rightly, as f hope, to thrive; Our property should be put down At what it's worth in '65. ' That occupier and land-owner Know well the worth of what they hold, As well as Lewis, Budall, Turner, Oeorge Warren, or our Grundy bold. But certain sages now insist, The real value of a thing; They prove (with fiery eyes and fist). Is less by ha}f than what 'twill bring. And roundly swear they're taxed too high. But each one else Is under Vessed; And at each other how they shy — Can hardly be in rhyme expressed. And some they rare with wildest acorn. From Monday's dftvs, till -eve of Sunday ; That Valuator ne'er was born So firm and hard of heart as Qsosvx* And that his duty was to swear That fifteen pounds were worth but tea; And 'cause he won't, why they declare. They'll ne'er apeak well of him again. O'what a joke ! 'twould prove next time. And what a far worse dust and pother. And what a lark for Ihmytp rhyme T« let our townsmen ...

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PUBLIC WEALTH AND ITS DISTRIBUTION. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 18 November 1865

[?] An adage has long asserted that ' the, impersonation of «vil invented prmiiee^ Wm ^ tne qhaira|^Sstic and malevolent intention o£ contradicting Meaty f* and whether ihet aHe^tioJf be true pif notj it - is. certain that some veiy plausible, epy 1if«renL imd loskal i£eorsBB succeed, in wert pforbcidar but one— tamely, tn© capability of being brought into opera, ^on. la the earn© way an assertion theoretically coraedt ma- -e aubsUaitaalhr untrue. '? *' AH w not gold that glitters ?' and there, may be a!««at glittering of gold itself amid a considerable amount of poverty. u -.-. ; . What a rich ^oloay ! exclaim those at a distance who', peruse the return just rendered of-reyenue and expenditure in South Australia, during the year con cluded on the 30th September last. /What an increase of revenue ! What a gigantic balance in hand--£448,QBl! What happy dogs must those colonists be whose chief discomfort is having m-^. money, than they can make use - of! The, wealth of the whole is, o...

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THE MONSTER FAIR. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 18 November 1865

THE MONSTER FAIR. -BTA. V1SITOB TO G A W I. E B. lr {here ever was a go-ahead little spot of mrth on the globe's surface, Crawler aaay lay claim to the distinction so ' mentally ejacu lated' {whatever that may mean) a visitor from Adelaide «n occasion of the late Insti tutional fSte, When the writer of this article paid his first visit to the place it was not in existence. The writer is not a native of the Emerald Isle, but claims a share of all privi leges enjoyed by his fellow-countrymen from that part of the kingdom, including that of .-perpetrating bulls. When be »e*i beheld t3»e town it consisted of three cottages — very humble ones they were — and not a human .habitation had been erected between them and 3?ortih Adelaide- Since that period he has witnessed several social gatherings and occa sions of intellectual recreation in Gawler (most «of them originated by th« Institute committee), which have thrown big brother Adelaide con siderably into the shade. The fe'te of Tuesday, ...

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FANCY FAIR FANCIES. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 18 November 1865

FANCY FAIR FANCIES. 1.— Why was the fancy fair like Fielding's incomparable story of 'Amelia?' Because its chief interest lay xn, Hte fnmsac&ms and affairs qf the Sooths. 2. — Why did Murray-street resemble on the fair day a railway viaduct? Because it was remarkable for its arches, but not for its water. 3.— Which «f the ladies was &e 'fairest of the fair' ? Whv. the one that, sold the cheanast bar. gaipg, to ha aare. 4.— What feature of the fair was said to be rather unfair ? The ta&elor's f»re. 5. — Why did the ladies who managed the ha»aar resemble the canons of a Welsh cathe dral? Because they were greater ornaments to their stalls, than their stalls were pro&table to them. 6.— -What parts of the fair were lighter at the close of the proceedings than, the mag nesium light? The gentlemen's purses.

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FOUL PLAY. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 18 November 1865

FOUL PLAY* 90 THS SDITO&. Sir.— In Saturdays' 2hmy*p 1 read a long letter signed 'Hater of Fiendish Foul Play,' in which letter, Mr. Fiendish makes use of Dr. Popham's name in very strong language, and also takes great liberty with Ireland, the laud of my birth, and with Shea-oak, the place of my adoption. Sir. In the name of common sense, what has the Irish Bench, or Irish gentlemen, to do with Dr. .Fopnam, and Mr. I lecdisn s disputes? And allow me to tell Mr. Fiendish that an Irish gentleman would consider such remarks beneath his notice, but, if a cur snarled at an Irish gentleman to his face, whieh I'll warrant Mr. Fiendish will not do, he would chastise him on the ground on his back with a whip, or by giving him a slap on the noddle, that he would not forget for a time. And as for Shea-oak, does Mr. Fiendish consider that the Shea-oak Log gentlemen are so deficient as that one of them could not write a letter without being dictated to by Dr. Popham or any other man? I ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 18 November 1865

Adyt .— Hoixowat's Pitis. — Low Tempera ture. — Hot, cold, or unchangeable weather is very apt to undermine the health, unless the stomach be kept up to its highest digestive efficiency. HoUoway s Pills improve the appetite, and so promote :digt-gtion-r-tkus * large supply of new materials is thrown into the blood after every meal, whereby fresh vigour and activity are bestowed on every organ, and ability to resist deasease is conferred on the system These Pills thoroughly purify the blood when it has been twuted by fogs, unwholesome vapours, improper food, or other impurities; No medi ciue equals these Pills for removing billions complaints, suppressing sickness of the stomach, checking fl*tuteocy,, and acting as. mild, yet effective aperients which are suitable fur either sex, and any age.

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GAWLER PLAINS [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 18 November 1865

GAWLER PLAINS (From a Correspondent.) Ox Friday evening last* Mr. P. Rowland favored, the members of the Smiihfield Farmers'. Club;1; with a paper on ' Our Cereals.' The paper was short, yet very much to the purpose, blowing chiefly the glaring impropriety of our farmers . in withholding tlie true amount of produce when . the collectors call for the annual statistics. Mr. Kowland himself having been a collector for several years past, was in a position to speak aiithnritarivedv on flip snhi-vf. and he declared : that he could poiut to several fanners in Munuo Para West, whose estimate was so palpably erroueous that he called their attention to it. The reply wa-, 'If you do not take that return, you can go without.' It is much to be feared that replies of the kind alluded to were more frequent than desirable, the parties themselves not seeing that they thereby injure themselves and reduce the character, of the province as a wheat exporting one - f er as soon as the Govern* ment stati...

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BATHING. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 18 November 1865

^.%^-^^Btl^Cr. v f?] $tt*$ip* being^ amphibiom delight in aqiiatic sports, and watery gambols; for l£^~J-atiung-i8_ not r a mere reereafcion, the limpid^lem^nt icr-the souroe^jof^ieir . existeace, and 't^e^; -jdri8feBa«7 'aWutitthr ^^4f%«l^f^fe strength, and longev^y, Jho oiiftikmr. B*w % dead £un#ip) kuo wing the »e-i^ fidal effects of the bath, they are desirous that all a^alioa should participate in its pleasures and advantages; but, jn the case oj that unfortunate creature called man, whom providence iias^not thought fit to invest in a coat of wool, feathers, ? or other natural habiliment, they are ex tremely solicitous that the indulgence in this invigorating pastime should be accompanied by that becoming modesty which has ever been observed by all true jtunytps, who seldom indeed have allowed themselves to be caught by the slightest' glimpse, even when twilight veils; their beauties from immodest gaze, or when tue^paie .moon invading the seclusion oi their dark retreats,- diml...

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APPEALS FROM ASSESSMENTS OF CORPORATION. [Before R. J. Turner, Esq., S.M., J. A. Buchan, Esq., J.P., and George Warren, Esq. J.P.] [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 18 November 1865

Appeals feom Assessments ot -Gawlx& Cobporation. [Before B. J. Turner, Esq., S J£., J. A. Buchan, Esq., J.P., and George Warren. Esq., J.P.1 The first case on the list of appeals was James Harris, Storekeeper, Gawler, whose property was assessed, tor the store, .£250, and residence, £106. Mr. F. F. Turner appeared for the appellant. James Hakbis, examined, said that he consWfr ered his house over assessed, and thought .£75 a fair rental. He believed he could not get £75 per year rent for 21 years, if given up at that time, allowing for reasonable wear and tear. Was assessed at JiSO last year. The house consisted of aboab 8 or 9 rooms. Thought the only way to arrive at the value, was io. take the. value of «fcher houses similarly situated; and referred to several buildings ia the township, trhich he considered superior to his, who were not rated at half the amount he .. was.- {.The Bench reminded Mr. Harris they did not sit there as assessors, but merely to. revise assessment...

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GAWLeR FAIR. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 18 November 1865

#4&jL^jXJL^^_ * . '; ; -Bi our Smm B«perter) ITjragrtadS'wr^ayiaow, The went so long tad Sb Mwoua^fraaa «*?*« *» l»yla4i*si gay and baehelw wJopte is *6w * thing «f the paat. Theummtttej* tww rilayecUHtt tiew lOaj tod t-» thatasri tum-=4«M». A ware «f the n»«fe *w4 by WiBard T?vvlor, and the -&a*i«tmf e*wftabati»ihop]l€««aHtrnt«mori-* It has «fclH*- It -mawns for «g to faithfully -dtfonteWfw.thot«aefitof tlwae ;*&p -*wf«\ ttoaadnt&cfttrmea, tfxe e#urw jsrowpsor w? -w the publicity wittiout doubt tfce tsort in*** Wble ooaunitte. &at tW -3fc»ier Institute has ever appoints to manage its affairs ; a»d in this we are anxious to Tender j«rtw» to every one connected w**h tie proceedings and five honor unto those to whom honor is due. The idea ©f oelebrfttdng tke eighth anuiversary of the -Jawlw Institute withagnu^Fair.whieh should include * bazaar presided over by ladies, and, also, as-far a&pessihle, some of 4&e attributes of simila...

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LOCAL COURT—GAWLER. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 14. [Before Mr. R. J. Turner, S.M.] [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 18 November 1865

LOCAL C0T7BT— GAWLfiB. Tuesday, November 14. - [Before Mr. it. j. Turner, S.M.] Browning v. Lawson akd Browkino t. BBOMiiET.-^Unsatisfied judgments. Mr. W. B. Lewis appeared for plaintilfe. Defendants not apjjeariag, were each oi-dered to pay by instalments of 5s. per week. Johnson v. JSams»en. — ^Unsatisfied judg ment for £1 ISs. Defeadanb ordered to pay in two instalments. BiiAKS v. Nott.— 'Plea withdrawn^ Aknou- v. Aknom-.— * Settled out of Court. The Jury rolls for the town of Gawler, Barossa West, Munno Para East, Mudla Wirra, and Port Gawler were continued, there being no appeals. The assessment for Port Gawler was confirmed. No appeals. [Before a Jury.1 Voiot v. Voigt.— Claim for 1632 1Q&, mdney received by the defendant from the plaintiff on or about the l^th March, 1859; and from William Voigt for the vise of plaintiff on or about the 10th March, 18o0. Mr. Palmer for plaintiff; Mr. Eudail for defendant. This was a new trial, the action having been heard on the 12th ...

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