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GAWLER CORPORATION. NOMINATION DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 16 December 1865

V0AWLEU CORPOBATIOK. NOMINATION DAY. The amended cerem6ny-of, nominating a Mayorr Counciifora, rari3 Auditors, ad jourhe^rfrom.lsst month on the ground of informal forms of nomination, look place yesterday at noon in the municipal closet. It will be ^remembered that on the nomination day in December the only election iound to be valid was that oi Mr. Finch fi»r the South Ward,iand,.we suppose 'ontfeat :accQB.at Mr. JF. -was called upon to preside. 'The other municipals being, we suppose, considered defunct $ a very^rartf mistake this, as a CorporatidlL never dies. ' Mr. Ki, as undertaker of ; the whole affair, however, ^acquitted himself most satisfactorily as the embodiment of a whole Mayor arid CouncH. 'After clauses aud authority read, he opened the new nominations, which on being announced by the Town Clerk proved to be a re newal of the nominations .of December,, the only new feature being that this time iu every iustance the anno domini was spelt right, and the law forms were ...

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WHAT PEOPLE SAY. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 16 December 1865

'I] :';'ys^^^^i^;ffPP though ineffectual ^aitesopte t^ impc6vo: oar S. that the- cootest pieoe of imptideoce «rw^.'? v -etra*ei wa3 that -of hiaWo«aiip«f Adelaide, whea -he^rAXBD indignaiit «ver trnVnatter; that ino man ^ia»;&pS^haiB iadK^neo'wMarf ~ : ^e»^«a^l^-^|^9b^^^ar'4s',^ie''Hfii£'-- - anembiar 1um^-)^4'^^'^:f^r^'made&-^ : Mt,,whenheBaidheBUDP08ed OnkADariiJB-ihjai ? no more-roada to maka. 5-Mii a^»™j ^Tgfejtrt. :: y«m-tift»^Bi(&i|f^tl!V''V;-lT'I:v;'r.^' .;??;? r^';-*. ''?!'??& ? ?; ? -. People say Mr. Br^ht also made {0i% 'tftSSf ' case, that his motion -f the- two -was ti»e ' more importaJit; *ril people are opt a little disgosted at its being sat aside. 'Wiierefe thy thunder, Barrow (o£Ashflrell,2notftiiiting House bquaxe.) . .'?;? Peppls say that John . Gijtpin^whoyliketlit -raefc^of us, was a citizen of glory and reuowc, .-. had better at once hide his diminished head. His eelebsat«d - trip has been beaten— ddt©- , gether eclipsed, Jaaid b...

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TUESDAY, DECEMBER 12. [Before Mr. R. J. Turner, S.M.] [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 16 December 1865

05PuESDJtT,'DEca6aosirB *VL fBeforeMr.B»J.:Turnex. SJI.1 -^ TTwmosflt^j^ was charged with having re fused to pay to Connor =McNamara-JB3 6s.;-€or wages. Mr. -Turner for defendant. Gompkia. ant stated thatfiie served defendant six weeks. When he engaged he asked7defen-d&at £1 a , week^but defendant said ha usually gave onjy 15s. a week. Defendant told him to go to work; iand nothing farther was caid 'about' wages, rile, could mow. ^SelleSt defendant; after four days' warning. There was no written agreement. Thomas Higglns stated that when he engaged complainant he wanted ,£1 week, ' but he (defendant) told him, that 15s. a week * was all he, could afford. Complainant said he could mow, but when he tried him he could/ not, Complainant left ha» without, warninsr. He ofiered complainant his wages at 1Z&. a week. Charles Alderman stated that complain ant told him that he had erigagad -with Mr ' Biggins, for 15s. a week. Verdict for amouat ' ;endered,^£l ISs. 6d. His worsh...

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THE ROAD BOARD DISASTER. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 16 December 1865

THE EOAD BOAKD DISASTER. This oceurrence, of which our readers may oave heard a good deal in and out of print, has iwakened into activity once more' the poetic genius of the poet' laureate and oracle of that , classic locality Greenock Creek. As his efinson ' efers to the men of Gawler, and'iias had yet yzij a limited diffusion, we give it ihe bene£t of our circulation, and as preferable to any prose aecountof tiie«ecident-Trhich the writer is, however, wrong |in treating-as if it were a -lesignedaSJiir. Gaw-ler-men pride themselves on being opposed to all secret humbug.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 16 December 1865

,uiF0CK]$nPGr sroTj^, :4LSHWmjfc TJiodlab Wir» Nearest Pcst^ ? Office, ijshweSl^ckool, ne*r T«mpiers), J, Bar -1MW, ?Wa»dJs»ei!!Wf,— -€mst Utei&z ilwwse, fibre© whit* fee^ irUhet w&$wynMk,M -Fe»f B^sar * shotdderi one^ bay mare, ^ overBnear shoul der. If notiaa^e4,^iUbe-^d-J)eeeB9t^ ^ 1865* a^ soon. nmaaiS1X-S;MuaKTnr*a (newestPiosfc -^foe, Wma3fcoBi-, Kobert ^OT^Bne, Fowftd ' peeper-— One ieoii-grey mare, branrled W neai Moulder.1 like jfej vitlj — linder off Moulder. -%t abi.cMa^ -wiU be soKt BeoemTjet 18, l§65.

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LOCAL COURT—GAWLER. TUESDAY, DECEMBER 5. [Before Mr. R. J. Turner, S.M.] [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 16 December 1865

44W1&!QO^^ \ ???.'? ??17PlJKa3Utt,_:;J)KIMBJEE 'A, ? ? : -:-. :- '-*? -JBeJcn» Mr.^XTimier/SJSL] . gkaae aiaaeiasfied judgmeaOis ''Were fligposed of ^the^aaiia'iuamier. ?;-'.^:--: 'v '-'?'?'?v^hs- ; ftonutT. Gbdndt.— This w&b an. apnlica- ti«a -on -tie. part of Mr.^Badall, for defendant; to hava fiae-summons 6etaside,,on the gionncf that plaJntiff-iad shown bb:eaase. of action. Th$ ?tJapa.vas *pr ^£13 1b., due Oa*n accepr tan-^ drawn by Joseph Young and accepted % defendant, and endorsed' by -Joseph 'Young Mr. Budall -contended that the plaint did not, set-out '*nethw7^erplai¥itiff Aeld tk» biH Of. plaintiff. Dr. P/^h^jn repliedi :^ttnd ^a^ed leave to '-amend ithe nlamt.--^^ors]up-d]d: not see that he hadianypo^eirJto^e* arfde. the suaundns, but -would order the! inspection oi the ST»11,. and grant an extended time of tux days for defendant to make an affidavit of s good defence. ' - jtuKAi MraoCKNti and Btrsnc sntHutcrrr. — xffiliatiok»Cash.- 'A remaxkaole case of t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 16 December 1865

THE ' TANU2OX&, I-0DGE iCKD - JOrRXEY 'T»as at the Angastoniiiu fc«st. Where 6at one hundred men at least, When tong-ucs wtace tinkl and speeches done. And resreHers-drwpped off cue by one^ With stotuaclis groff-fiil to the brim. Cups stood empty, lights burnt dim, And tiied host begrau-to jra-wn. And wiibed Uis uly coi^jajiv pone. ' Tis getting- late,' said JI r. 'Bright— A randeiaoiiiiua-all tlie Bight This house wtU'be— take my advice, All lload Boai-d members,- lutd a. nice Drive take iu well-appointed ccitcli. And long feefere the mom's approach Iu peace we'll sleep in Tanunda.' The morning star was in 'lie sliy When each road mexut-er i-losed his gye. Aud just as &11 besaa to snore The sprigUtly lark fc«^an to soar. And old Sol 1-OS2, and biizziusr fiiea Began to trouble-nose and eyes. Now; be it known, that c!«ver Bright Forgot to lock his door that night 1 Sordid te fall in slumber deep. But simpty dozed in fox's sieen, 'And soon the best was at the door. ** ...

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Poet's Corner. SCHOLASTIC. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 16 December 1865

, loci's (Sotwr. , ^ SCHQIiAgriXX yen* . . Be^d/two^Wfojiall, -- If thsy^njy looked towi$, Bo, &0 l»ia artis* Jww| , . . IR^the fresh *»3w ptoww* . .. -Of oqrewiowsftev^wW 8ehool?» Ooing -tova jdth the f «?»»' ?..'?:' AndbeaeeamePelyKTcit^ O» a tablet of white, You have only to pace Through this comical plawj Jm«l— I know very veil yfhaA yoo*fl say?* : Pasquin JimoR,

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GRAIN MARKET. Bunyip Office, Friday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 16 December 1865

wGKAIN MARKET. Thmmn Oflw».'FridaT ETeniner. Wheat, 7s. 8d., and but little coming in to the two Gawler mills, which are now both at ?work. The. bulk of the samples offered are ? good and crops one to two bushels an acre better than anticipated a month ago.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 16 December 1865

J XQXICEES JTO CORRESPONDENTS. F. A. F. — The original manuscript is mis laid. Will try to mase room if another is sent us relative to the removal of the K ? .- stables. jSaosLmmGUS -wishes to be informed if there is any pay allowed to members of the Cen tral Road Board, or do they perform their duties gratuitously, Pro bow- pubtico. We rather think they are. paid, but would-refer our querist to xhe member for Stanley, Btttrqess. — We have made enquiry, and find that the Council bare 'done everything neoessury to get the two footr-poliee sta tioned in the town. *?Ehe..ile]ay lests entirely with the GoTemment. GAWLEB, SATTTEDAT, DEC. 16. 1865.

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SMITHFIELD FARMERS' CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 16 December 1865

SMITHFIELD FAEMUES* CLUB. pFrom our own Correspondent/] Thb members of the above Club met on Fri day evening, Deeember 1st, to hear Mr. John Smith's paper on. 'Practical Agriculture.' Previaus to thev paper being read some routine matters of business were gone through, and a resolution passed adjourning this meet ing to the first Friday in February, 1866, in eonseoucince of harvest work, on which occa sion Mr. Secular* Vice-President, will open the season** series, of papers. TheVice-Presidentb,avingtakeBjthe.eha:r,Mr. Smith proceeded t$ 'read his papefc and ob served that, in. bis opinion, deep ploughing was the only jresonrce open, as adejFenoeag-iInsVarKl seasons such, as. the past. He. urged that,, by using the, 'ti«n-^Jptea^b, the' iground would absorb tiA /winter. TfclSSaM bm-me, fiUed there with, whereas now, despite^ the trouble tfcafe is. taken, in,some instances tie. rainfall descends, into* lower localities, and enricaes the hollow^t the ej^eiJSeof the hjghejr ground. Xfc...

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OWL COLONIAL WINE TRAINS. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 16 December 1865

OTJB COLONIAL WENE TEABB. Ik angwer to a oorrespondent, the latest infor mation to which we nave access gives tiw» fol lowing particulars:-— In 1863 ttq shipped 2&J5ffO gallons of wine, principally to Victoria, and in tihe following year 27,70S gallons— ottr home consumption being upwards of 500,000 gallons. Oar vintage this year, 2 It prove a good one, will produce a million gallons probably. There are now about 6,000 acres of vines in the colony. Hie vintage of 1864 gave from three millions bearing vises . --472,717 gallons ; and this year the yield from 3,848,016 vines was 606,865 gallons. The grapes ' not nsed for wine amounted to SS.QQQojcwts. I We must admit, with onr correspondent, ' the mere handful of Portuguese who produce several thousand pipes of wine annual^ from the Island of Madeira set us a fine example of enterprise and energy, when we survey the vast territory from which we are privileged to select our vineyards. That island is merely a moun tain rising out...

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THE WEEKLY "BUNYIP." TO SUBSCRIBERS, READERS, AND ADVERTISERS. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 16 December 1865

THE WEEKLY 'BUNTIP.' TO STJBSCBIBSaS, READERS, AND ADVERTISE3SS. As already intimated, the Bunyip will appear witL th$ new year 'as a weekly paper, the first issue of the aew series commencing on Saturday, January 5th, 1888, at the reduced price of THEKE-PENCE. Additional talent, and experienced pens have already been engaged for the work, and it is confidently hoped that the additional outlay and exertion to merit public support, may experience cor responding encouragement. The Bunyip has been hitherto distin guished as an independent organ on public affairs, and as keeping thoroughly free from political partizanship^the bias' of cliques, and the warpings of official influence. For thesa features it will still be dis-; tinguished, in combination, with, the buoyant -..'humour aad goo,i tempered* satire and raillery, which it may be re quisite, and wise to apply to passing events, not meriting grave reprehension, or serious condemnation. As a vehicle of general information, the Bitng...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 16 December 1865

itAix T-tfD. 'T:~ QOTERAIi^KABa? BOYS, aa^UN O NEBS lor ite JBw^ja. Apj-ly at the Office. CMstmas Games and Lottery, ill BUCE^EFIELB^S MlLIi tSTK, SQTJT& BE1DGE. GAWLEJL |&f BGXItfcTily, TXTESDAT, \Jr Deeember 26th, 1865. On tha s&otq oceajaon there wOlTje 1. A PQSiT UACB, For 3 KJuineaa. entrance- 5s. each, for sH Ponies 14 hands, or under. Seats. One mile and a distance. 2. A BTJUJOCK SACE, For 8 Guineas, 2s, 6d. entrance. Three to ©nter, «r no raee. Distance, haif-a-mile, . ' 3. A HACK S&CS, - Fer 5 Guineas, Entrance 10s. Open ibr tSl] Horses that have sot started for public money, «Kcept KacVs. MEafS* FOOT-RACE, £1. BOYS* FO0T EACE, Mte. QUOITUWJ MITCH, .£1. Entrance eae sbilliB^ -eaeh. ! a vA?aBirF os1 old cooinsr pas CIKtES FECUUAB TO THE SEASON. The Horse Baces will take place at 2 o'clock, xm.; tfe© ,«&ex Games to ^conuaenc© at 10 -'olock, aaui* VA SELECT !BALL IK THE EVENDFG. I-aneiag to commence =at 8, precisely. Tfce LOTTERY will be...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 16 December 1865

A LL ¥*&, |5«atB, Sultry, &c;, trespas- T Ik. eingon Allotwents N0C8 and 9|» will be t destroyed after this date. - i Wfllaston, Nov. 17, 1865. ? : I SALE OF CROWN LAKDS~' Thursday, December 21, 1869. ; Crown Lands Office, Adelaide, Oct. as, 1865. 1 VTOTICE IS HEfiEBT -HTEN, tna* y% the following portta&s of Crown Lands i will 1-e offered for sale by public auction,** the J Land Office, Adelaide, ©a Thursday, tide . 21st -day «f December, 1885, «& eleven of 43\e ' clock in the ioxoiip^n, at the apset price affixed: to ? each lot respectively, en the terms and «on- ! ditions and under the provisions of an Act of ' the ParnWent of Soutii Australia, passed ia the twenty;^Best year^of H©r( Majesty^s reigu, r intituled 'An Act for regulatkig the sale and other disposal of Waste Lands belonging to the Crown in South Australia. Xkqposit, twenty pec eent. ' ' ''] ?'.' ' ': ; ' J; BENTHAM NEALES, Commissioner of Crown Lands, and Inmiigratien. Special CotnRTRv ...

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HOME NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 16 December 1865

-HQME NEWS, The arrival of the 'English mail in our waters being only announced yesterday in the afternoon our information by her i» confined to 'the follomng extracts received last evening; per telegraph, ;the . snail only reaching, the -Oeneral Post ,- Offiee at a quarter to 6. ' Many of ©itr'S^eM mil learn with . regret that tfce great nnd venerable etatewnan, ^aMeretaa, » tio more. Earl ]S^eI, better' Tcuotrn as Xord Jofam^ '? * Amertea ibas, as yna» «oaa«what «ppre ' tendeg, made a claim upon the British Govefnaaent for damage* dene to XFnited States- shipping interest by -war ehfps built in ^EJigland, as the Alabama and Shenandoah; » probable pretext for. a Canadian war. A number more of infatuated Teaians Itave been»rrestfid. . . v ^*e eattle dtsease is iccreasmg,and the A a-c.K.'ic]. f-T?ra ha* roac^e^ Srii^amr^n. deficient, and. prices ^re xuong inconse quence at £iv-£r$ool. The TTOel ioarfeet caoJ&ues'Bnn, ' 'The differences already reported be tween Austria^aad Pi...

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DISMAY CATASTROPHE ON THE DARLING [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 16 December 1865

1 DJSJflUUiCATA^rBOP^} ON THB ; DAELING Oip ef t'he most »ppalKng occurrences that has yet darkened the page of Australian life in the bush, is related in th^ fdUowing extract of a letter/ ad dresB©d *© Ha*. Iebister, merehant, Adelaide, under .-bfce at the 5th ult It is not without s»H-faetioa that \n giting the melancholy 4et»ls we have to reeord with highest commendation the prompt and humane activity of Mr. Charles Pile, son of our respected neigh-; bokir, James Pile, Esq , J.P,, of Beekwith, pi^senting as it does so noble a contrast to the unfeeling apathy of the stock keepers on the Anna Branch referred to in the sad narrative, and who, had they shown the same promptitude of action and fellow feeling that distinguished Mr. CharlesPae,might,hamanly speaking, have saved tne lives of a ww\e family left to a Uageriag death :— - 'A man named John Hide, bis wife and five children, aged from seven years to seven months, started from the Murray, travelling with a horse and cart up the...

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PROPOSED AMENDMENTS OF THE CONSTITUTION. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 16 December 1865

[?] The formation of the constituency for the government of a .new community is matter of grave importance. and the in troduction of new features into a consti tution already '1aaopted + iwid acted on demands wiser deliberation^nd statea marilike regard ,^\ many,: soia* .in some cases conflicting interests., It is. . a thing uot'to'b©rdcaie at jail .except when neces sary, and- thenswith caution, foresight, and impartiality. 'It is- noMcwbt in eome measure owing , to the dread -'which -? our forefathers entertained of constitutional -, -^»ange, that England has .comparatively escaped thoae political convulsions .which have beetf frequent in continental Europe, yet aversion to^-change of any- kind may be carried too far, and in 'the .case of England it postponed flje passing of great ^medial measures until lo^g after a necessity for them had arisen. Hun dreds of persons were executed »-for trivial offences long after the whole nation had learned to shudder at the severity of the crim...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 16 December 1865

Machine aswl General Implement aiTOSjix street, .m&msm )£&{mt$isT,;&iAC3;sKmi, 1?Thkei.w«ight, fire.. Jl) .fear ipst jfavors, and asiieiiow devotes *bis *tt^e tittentaon to the abovelBstablishmemt, ^having relinqmshed his General -Store,) he is prepared to execute orders far WL^^iJBaL^Bi^sapfiEsrG carts, sbw ?On fhe^sfcartestnotioe and of -the bestinaterials ?3md Workmanship. 'Feapin^'and' W innowing Machines' of every -*onstraetion made to order. ? ^eeond^rand Beapiiig -M&chfcies'ior Sale or -!Hire. . LETTS'S DIARIES, 1866. *f liiiJfcs above juaifc nrrivdi, -all varieties of IL Form/ Sire, and ft-iee, from 6d.op«mrds. W. BASNET, lErinter, Bookseller and Stationer, ? -Murray-Street. A* S T intend inertly toleave the Colony 1 \ J'for a time on -a trip ' to 'Europe, I request that all'DEBTS 'due to the firm of ENGEL JBRKCHT&Co. may be-SETTLET- at once; ail ? CLAIMS against whom will be PAID on receipt *-of account. The Business viilTiexamea on a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 16 December 1865

' - Gaw^er Institute rair 'JUST 9UBHSHBB, -TTIHT3 0AlTijEE'flksTITUTE J* FkXB.~coafcwaingaft ample aud^itfeteBt J ing account of tfcti proceedings oomxected thore 'witb, Xttqsbrafeul yrtih Phatoggphio Sketches ^rpHB I»AST ^IiEGTlTfiE of the Season ,1 waib»a^i»»eabrtheEeT. S. ©SEEN, ; ia the ODBFEUtOWB* HAU., on FRIDAY, the ^ttfinstsmt, '^Sqibject — 'Tho Caudles.*1 Lecture to^arasieaee at & pjn., precisely. Tickets, iPront Seats, Is. ; Back Seats, 6d. Members takiixg Front Seat Tickets allowed to introduce £ lady Free. MEDICAL. MESSES. PEfi£T & '? m (from Jjaodeott) may be consulted on all Diseases ctiiwiwv'ao^kta *&sxu&l -systems, J«oa6#^eiaoty, €tea©J»l Lassitude, Pains^in - the Back, Dimness of Vision, Premature Old Age,':vWea3fc .Nerves, Difficulty of Breathing, l Trembling, Wakefulness, -Skin Eruptions, Jxregujatity^vf Female Health, audallDeraage msat «d! Fiwolaoas i» either sex. . - . Patients living at a distance need not hesi tate because of t...

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