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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 2 December 1865

WHEAT AND FLOPS, JAMES BAWSON ._T1J2(3-S respectfully to inform the in D habitants of GAWLEK and svirrounding oountry that his NEW STOKE at BASSET TOWN will be Opened shortly, where he intends keeping * supply of STOCKWEIJL F&OUB, -BRAJJ, POELiBiD, &c. WHEAT PURCHASED at the highest g&tarket Price, and Stored on Seasonable Xetms, ; BACrS LET OTJT TO FABMERS. ? ? GBIST EXCHANGED FOE WHEAT? 3T0TIC E. * TpHE undersigned is desirous of making X arrangements with parties having GRASS o« BTUBBLE and WATEE* either to sell Sheep on terins,.jn lots to suit purchasers, or pay so much per head for their adgistment. Say until the first of April next. EDMUND BOWMAN. Enfielot, November 27, 1865. . _. . GA^JuEK GYMNASTIC CLUB. A .MEETING of the GAViEE A GYMNASTIC CLUB w31 be held at the 45AWLER AB&S HOTEL, Gaoler, on WEDNESDAY NEXT, the 6th December, at HALF-PAST SEVEN, p.m. Impertant busi ness to transact. ^ . V. W.- F. LOUTTT, .Hex. Sic. -Jawler, 80th November, 18...

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GAWLER CORPORATION. NOVEMBER 24, 1865. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 2 December 1865

GAWLEB OOBPOBATSON. Kovembeb 24, 1865. PreseBrtr-^CouHcillors Bathurst (in the chair), Mold, Koediger, Mitchell, and Wincey. The Council sat as a court for revising the Burgess Lists. Sundry Christian names were added. A report and letter were read from the Adelaide Inspector of Weights and Measures as to the work performed in Gawler duriug the stav of .-his deoutv and sea, showing £o 11s. ©d. to have been expenses beyond receipts. — To be de ^fePired.. '' r -.?????? A letter was read from Messrs. W. Daffield & Co., applying for leave to de posit earth over the banks of the river opposite Union Mill, and oSering to supply Council with the stuff excavated free of expense, and allow one of their iaen- to help load dray. Besolved— That Messrs, W. Duffield & Co.'s application to shoot earth over bank of river be granted, subject to ihe usual regulations. . ;i TbeSuperjintendentof Telegraphs wrote to inform the Council that the strut against the post, corner of Lyndoeh Va...

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GRAIN MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 2 December 1865

GRAIN . MARKET. . J&iwvtf^) Office, Riday Evening, Dec^l. Nbw Wheat is now coming-in. The quota tions at the Mills this evening were: Flou J624 per ton, JS3 10s. per bag, and very scarce Kew Wheat 7s., Old Wheat 7s. 6d. per bushel Bran and Pollard from la. $&., to is. lOd.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 2 December 1865

Hok.oway's Pills.— WrsE PbecattTion. — The unwholesome vapours and frequent chills derange the animal econcTny to an immense extent, and permanently ux dermine the health, unless every now and then the blood be purified, the -secretions rectified, and the nerves restrung. HoUoway'sPillsperformthesesevera! necessary offices with certainty, safety, and ex pedition. Old and young, robust and feeble, male and female, will find these Pills an un failing domestic remedy; not only in slight sicknesses, but also in the more serious and dangerous diseases which spring from neglect of early symptoms. Yet, under the purifying and correcting influence of Holloway's inesti mable medicine, the appetite improves, the digestion gains strength, the liver acts freely, the kidneys secrete abundantly, and htalth is triumphant. Public Violation of Morality. SIR — When I sent my letter tmder the above heading to your valuable paper» my only intention was to call the attention of the public, and the prope...

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CONVERSATION BETWEEN THE BELL BUOY, AND THE JETTY CRANE. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 2 December 1865

CONVERSATION BETWEEN THE BELL BUOY, AND THE JETTY CRAKE. Crake— How d'ye do, Bell. I would like to know what you want on the Jetty end? Bbix— Tin put here by order af the marines, and you or any »der man has no right to ask that question. C— Well, if I was the Harbor Master I would order you off ; you have got^no more business here than the reporter's boat had. The idea of hanging you up to my nose, and then dropping you down right in the way on top of the Jetty, its a shame, and I won't allow it. B — Then you had better send to the Treasu rer, and see if he will do it for you, you nasty ;ooa tor nothing ttung, to think that -jne who has been beating about in the water for years aTntto have any rest. C— Well, don't get cross, Pm glad tb see you, and hope they will do you up better this time than they did before. B— That's very kind of you, solet'shavea quiet yarn, nobody can hear us now ; what is there new at the Port? C — Not much that I knows of, but who does the Bosses work when ...

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YOUNG MENS' ASSOCIATIONS. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 2 December 1865

YOUNG TVTRNS' ASSOCIATIONS. TO THE EDITOB. Dear Sir,— It is not many years since Young Men's Christian Associations were first started in South Australia, and it is only' three years 6ince the first one was commenced in Gawler* under the very able management of the Kev^ J. Gordon. It is about this society iij particular that I have taken up my pen to address you. While at a meeting of this society as a visitor, some few weeks ago, I became fully convince* of the importance of these societies, not only to the young men, but to tbe community at large, when these societies are properly conducted, and the youug mens' minds rightly directed. Mr. Gordon has succeeded in establishing a society that deserve* the title of Young Mens' Chris tian Association. Their constitution is so framed that nothing but original papers are read and discussed ; and the subjects dealt with during the past year are well calculated todevelope and strengthen the young mens' minds; aad at the same time to improv...

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YOUNG MEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION—PRESBYTERIAN BRANCH. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 2 December 1865

YOUNG MEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIA TION— PEESBYTEBIA.N BBAliCH. The Young Men's Christian Association con nected with the Presbyterian Church, closed their third eession on the evening ol Thursday last, by, a very pleasant meeting. :Te» was served up in the Vestry, in a very sumptuous manner, and superintended by sev eral |ladies of the congregation ; upwards of forty, including some of the Office Bearers of the Church, were present on the occasion. The tea over, ana the tables cleared, the President, the Rev. James Gordon, took the chair. On his right was Mr. John Mitchell, Viee-President. The chairman gave out the 100th Psalm, and afterwards offered up a short prayer. He then called upon the secretary', Mr. J. J. Gordon to read the report. The report noticed the gratifying fact of the increas ing prospeiity of the Association. During the fjrst and second years the roll of members con tained only seventeen names, while the actual attendance was considerably under that number, now there ...

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NOVEMBER 29, 1865. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 2 December 1865

3faY£3fBEB 29, 1865. Present — His Worship the Mayor, (in the chair), CouimUora Mold, Mitchell, 3£oe4iger, and Wineej . Mrs. Wachsmuth's request to bo allowed to erect a foot-bridge ih front of her premises, Matray-street, was granted subject U- supervisidn of Public Works Committee. Tb« sum of £5 was voted for painting and tarring foot-bridge leadlag to Crawler West. Mr. Councillor Finch attended and took: the oata ot altegiauc* and subscribed to the usual declaration. The nomination for Mayor, Councillors' for East and North Wards, aud Auditors . for the Town, were ordered to take place on Friday, the I5th December, and the elections on Monday, the ISth Decem ber. The Town Clerk to giro the proper notice. Votes _of thanks to the Mayor, the retiring Councillors, Town Clerk, Ia«pec tor, Ac, were passed and severally ac knowledged. The Mayor nominated Councillor Finch to preside as Beturning Omcer.

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GAWLER MUNICIPAL ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 2 December 1865

aJi#IJ3B MUmClPAt ELBOCIO^. F&isat, the 2£fch ihst. was fixe4 wr the nomination of Mayor, CouncQlors, j»nd Auditors, ,ior the «sH8^big. y wr, hi room of those who i^^ ^^retatian. 31iere was very Ht^eircitement; indeed, what -excifcement ^eri& was, ' wiw after the ( aciainatitvitt^ok place, from the feet tEat all but one nomination jMmejv wjul ^ the pbuncil tifiuunber at noonj when he proceeded to open the' ndmination , papers a^lollowb.—' * ??? r:}'ty ' by Mr. £h-- 4Sii6i8ng-m.iL eeconded by Mr. 'HT. J^am«t*. ;j. -.VV ;-^- ii*- ? *??'' ''? 7i ?''?? ? y.p^W&tir-rJt*; €: G. Eobdigkb, proposed V %V W-^Wcoim^cls^cwp^pd bjr^Mr.^D. [oslmg ; 1^^.- E. J[-Eii^aJ, pr^podedby $lr. ^Gedi Wiyon, aiid1 seconded byMr.T. Oliver Jtmefe. i$r- '? -jv^-'''' ;' ' _ ? ' '- ' ; -, '.'?'. ,\8ovth JT-a«J-^lfa. Jomr-Pnica, proposed by ffesara, JX Thomson, W. Mowatt, and Beconded' -y Mpsrs. E. .Clement, and e;P©*leh- : ; V JEarf _ Wcp3,~HLk. PJ^qxas ?' Fi«t^.' Jkotrmv woposed by Mr. JB...

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ASHWELL. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 2 December 1865

ASHWELL. (From our resident farming Correspondent.) The present prospect over par lands is aiy thiag but cheering to the farmer. The harvest is prematurely ripening, aad the cattle arc any thing bat roUim? in fat. t*ur farmers here abouts however are not of the sort that meets sorrow half way, nor are they habitual croakers as is said of farmers at home, who grumble systematically whatever weather or seasons Heaven sends. ? Our wheatgrowers Teadily admit the prospect of ten bushels to the acre, bat I coufesj to a httte doubt as to that figure. Oar crops here abouts however, are, I think, freer from, disease than for .some years past; bat, they are unques tionably lighter, and the unfortunate lack of moisture to the plant since it has. been iu ear must make it lean and shiivdled. The grass paddocks have - become lamentably bare and valueless, and .our necessity, like the drowning man, is catching at straw to save oar little flocks and herds from absolute famine. This is making u* tur...

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Notices to Correspondents. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 2 December 1865

, w » ? ? ? 0.A.R— TSie wit and point of the article - should be more easy of perception to patties , -'' whf- fcwMP nothiag about the subject. Th& must ' always be borne in mind by writers intend ing to be humorous. Wit ought to require ? no explanation. .. %*Several articles are unavoidably omitted, or held over for want of space. Our weekly.. 1SJSUW Will, uuiretBi, euvu icutmv us. uvun .. these disappointmenfe. ' ~ *. . TJt« [A6^h«4eu]f--Tes. .The antograph MiS. * and a copy are yet. £& South Australia: It is ia eontaaiplation to. forward the former to ^?Laadoni Tbfut't&sit -wift, depend on eircttm - stances-^wfee.theV printed . copies will be ;stmekoff in Adelaide is under efflftsideration. Who^as your informant? ^V,: i ' - ^T ??»? ? '» .? »-!!-'S'.-'?H'*

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Poet's Corner. ANTI AND PRO CORPORATE. Oh, ye man of Athens—PERICLES [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 2 December 1865

U«efs Stater, [?] Ttnftagea of Athene intending to mend The fwaa of tt^gJ^i^.Ooipcffation, To &e dork of the Town sagaciously send The» sheila* and inscribed nojamatjon. - 'lyhealol it iafonad the inscriptions are, f&U And 'Chat time won't admit of fresh shells; ; &»& that while they intended for others some 5Phey alone «? tfw genuine sells. So, to homm a Saetepfccflf not v&y fcrigiV Ana to atastwteiaassae t-y vasxaai, We sometimes have witnessed the ludicrons Kght ? Of a sehoolboy attempting to handle A bushnW* tfciek stoek-whip, as heavy as long. And aiming at sohool-mate a crack, yThsa. it clumsily ond©4. with its keen cutting thong, Across the yoang faniblex*« own back. 3PASQTJIN, Junior,

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DISTRICT ROADS. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 2 December 1865

jpiSTKJtCT BOABS. TO TfiDB KUITOB; ' SiK,— The piBceedings taken lay the. District Council. «f Barossa 'West agaiiist Mr. Bright, adjudicated by the 'magistrates on. Tuesday last, in lelerence to a^district load closed near Gawler. leading' to a permanent water-hole, is one other example^ -the stxjet neeessity, f or District GounciliS to compel ^all persons, tuning use of public roads: atronce.to ^i^cojatinue doing so, that the public' inay not, as in. tjiis - case,^ be met by a 'claim of rights,' which can. scarcely be possible to exist if the public plans 01 tB« coieaiy are xo oe nuea upon, jtuduq, bodies cannot be too zealous in protecting, public rights. -_.-'- . . 'r^tjustitiaruatccahtni.*' .' - I'ours^ : . A BAEOSSA FARMER.

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BUNYIPIAN QUERIES. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 2 December 1865

SXnmPIAlf QTTEKIES. yfhj 19 a legacy like flattery ^—Beeause it is acceptable among all -cesses, under all cir cumstances, and at all times. Why has the electoral district of Light l-eeoixse the weightiest in the colony ? — Because one-half of the constituency are heavier at lieart than they have ever yet been. 'Why is the Hector of Oakham's daughter, Bliss Crosse, likely to prove as a -woman firm of ^purpose? — Because she has already exhibited a ?waw vffthlj* mind. '? T-&n«* bt Halves.— trawler 'has lately 'been -much lauded for 'not doing th&gs by halves.' A wag inquires 'if the compliment is intended to apply to its nomination of Mayor and Councillors ? [Perhaps not. — En.]} ; . ..» I5oyE £jn- Skot.; — A somewhat sar castic and uncharitable correspondent gays that the refusal of the Chief Secre tarr and Treasurer to give an additional -?sixpence a day to their labourers, unavoid ably gives rise to the following remmis -cence : — - 'Bone and skin, two millers thin...

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PARLIAMENTARY. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 2 December 1865

T&toura^Tiaix. Mb. Jas. Maktik, the junipr member for Barosa»; moyecl iu the ii?u.?e of Assea $$, on ^^dppeday ? iiaf, tht following -''iaw* mew i $e.laid on the table of thif iOttae'tfopesoIaU correspondence addressed io tile Attorney--General by Special MagiB-. tra^aB duriBjgf %m lastr Sbc Tpn^^ha relating to t%fi*woj±i»8f.i-f I^caal^itrtar or suggesting i«niendniB-jM4n M& *6M'-O)ull« A.eti titati i--i^t£ oil- x^a^pome^ tor the. same &m?-k&iai^**zm]*&fpt .jta^e ioffi-jBxs of the,; ttid Courts and the'^feuvJelling csxwiises'of ^ly.to^.^estion^iftiiis^ tnktrnp reports, liad. be«n ; received ^froin- ^eci|4 Maaisr of'th-§ Loc^l Courjbs^but thehoa. iuember, ha^intimjkteHtiiat^rtau^^rr^ from Special Magistrates was in nit clffice, ««d: it wjKKthia -j«rr^pqMencg thai; fie* «fce«»€-d Id have produced. - %f x 7 -^Ji I T^e Att^e^i-^e^^5&.«Booaut- ^hereup,oii.,saifU j^QlMixir&enm&iit' would ^ffer uoTfUjaelMit^o -.ifa 4a^ti^%ii^h...

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ATHENIAN OSTRACISM. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 2 December 1865

ATHENIAN OSTEACISM. Ostracism, the name for a singular institution existing for- some time among the Athenians. 'When any man became conspicuous by wealth or by power, from whatever source derived, and was in consequence thought likely to con ceive plans of ambition dangerous to the public peace and the stability of the existing form of government, this institution enabled the Athenian people to send him for a time into exile, and thus rid themselves of the clanger which, they dreaded. It was done as follows: — When the occasion was thought to require it, a day was fixed at an ordinary meeting of the Athenian people, for the pur pose of holding an Ostracism. On that day a jpart of the market-plaee {agora) was railed in, ten different approaches being left to the part thus railed in. There was thus one approach for each of the ten Athenian tribes. By these ftppxoaiUes the citizens distributed according %o their tribes, entered the space within the rails, and there deposited, in urns ...

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ANOTHER FATAL CART ACCIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 2 December 1865

ANOTHER FATAL CART ACCIDENT   R. J. TURNER ESQ., S. M., held an inquest the same afternoon on the body of a man named John Young, who was killed by the upsetting of a dray while on his way to Lyndoch Valley. The deceased was for some time employed as omnibus conductor to Mr. E. Clement, of Gawler, and was latterly in the employment of Mr. Excell, Lyndoch Valley. The place where the accident occurred was about 100 yards from the house of Mr. F. Thomas, Sandy Creek Road- where there is a very dangerous siding from the metalled part of the road on to a track at the side. A few weeks ago Mr.Excell was overturned at the same place, and a short time since Mr. R. Fotheringham, of Gawler, met with similar accident at the   same spot. Dr. Lewis, being suddenly called away to a patient at Smith's Greek, oould not ?ttend at the inquest. Deceased's right hip obne appeared to be smashed ; there was also a huge bruise on the groin, and the upper ribm -m the «ame side app...

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TALK OF THE WAGS. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 2 December 1865

TALK OF THE WAGS. . !to talk -«f the W^) S-ti»t the juve . iiU© Ai&tmliaa are causing^much ^ineon- ^eBieace at home^d am^ -f-jr *i*emjrtinglto Tnnie progreas, muffled U---- »p iu ttietr superabundant gi&litieal gar & jnenta, ^UipBea, ♦» thifty are, after tt-e * . ^ultl»bflimeBt»«f th«ftitKeriwi-i; timt .*? . Colonial jaekefcsjaadluu^^ - liave been more convenient and advan ? . to come; i&at master Victoria, in partie .??.-. ular, has been brought to * standstill, and is likely to Visa, the ei^h, through . -~4anr*biTOrd'8apei*ii^ of iti^wse^ while . . lus hands are buried, and rendered poweadesB W the beeves of a coat 'which ? - . .' might possibly fit him about half a. eeni . ^tory heseo.' The farther talk is ' that, i inconvenient and disastrous as his «ir« «umstaace« are, he mast continue to . bear his encumbrances, upper coat and . 4»S, and flounder -m or backward, -as the * «ase «iay be, ^etf-^sprived of all ihe* advantages which -responsible Gove...

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ST. GEORGE'S SCHOOL EXAMINATION. Friday, December 15, 1865. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 16 December 1865

ST. GEORGES .^CUOOi. JEXAM1NATIOK. : Priday* Decembec 1^ 1865. 'Thk public ejcunintion of the pupils attending these schools took .place as abjye. :Tu«.'re wer^ present, the Rov.- Cauon Coouib* (presiding), the Chief Inspector of Schools, Dr. AVy;«i, Mr. Wities, -Secretary to Board of J2iiuuaiiuut Mr. -Talbat, of .--Peachy iJelt, jlflx. Parueli, it^v. W. Brown, Jl. :J. .Turaer, J£sq, S.M^ Messrs. Bathuret. Buchaii. li. Fother-n'ham. Unv. C. J. Evans, the Mayor, Mr. Mitcheii, and several other gentlemen aud ladies. On strolling round the tables, which were covered wiih oraameutai wurk of various sorts, - I as a visitor was particuUiriy struck w iUi the . leather work, executed iu.a really superior »iyie by the young ladies, uiwier the Kuperiute^dvuee of Mks Wood, the governess. . ..Tiiere wiis ..a variety, of articles in ,pUin «;wii-^, Wing, uo doubt, to- similar causes which. prevail in nume rous other schools — viz., tha appareat.desire oa the partof theparents to saeritice the use...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 16 December 1865

Aj-Y^.«_HoiiowAY5s Pills. — Palpitation of the heart is frequently not only felt; but heard; it prevent^ sleepi-and begets the utmost dread .of impending suffocation. These I Pills 'are particularly recommended for removing, this affection, bet&ase they strengthen the nervous : and the debilitated, who are much more liable to *Hs malady than other persons. Holloway's ? Fills. 80 im|«rftv« ? the ? digestioii, increase *he ? action of the Hver, 'Wid' give activity to the ^bowels, that giddiness,: he&daobe, aod nausea depart as ? tl»:3pa^ta3B-ai aiTOnshes^ajid the v sufferer at --'oaptoft €*pe*ienees th«, most indes - onb&ble reHef f*o*n awaety. 'HoUoway^s Pills ? form the best alterative and aperient in all - cases of ejaTwIwwra^^^^*^^^1^118* tion^^kemalgic. «*& aH^woawc dsBeases^which -ts»«^mi*WHdfc^ie^1i^bfood«^l-raiB^

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