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HISSES FROM THE SEA SERPENT. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 30 December 1865

HISSES FKOM THE SEA SERPENT. ' I have visUfed %e (Sty Of Adelaide since I last addressed you, and have' heardctfce Bright display in the talking «hop on the squatting question. JBy-4he4-ye,I hope the agricultural communities will look veil to the division-lists. I fancy some of the pet xaenabers will be found on -the wrong side— that is, taking 'their speeches as xsanaidates into account. -The speeches and votes notwithstanding- it is very desirable that- the squatters should hare 'ample justice-done to -them. 'It is true, we hear a gieat deal aow-a-days about the people's grass — the -people's patrimony— U» people'-s rent, and so forth— that the wonder is whether *St will come out in the « end What is really the people's. I raider thmk their inheri6ano8 will be a large proportion of inflated, wind-bags to be found daily on ^Torth Terrace. . There w a matter of vetst importance no doubt to all South 'Australia. While our politicians are favoring us-vfirti their pro -«&d anti...

Publication Title: Bunyip
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VIRGINIA. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 30 December 1865

TIEGIKIA. ^e-'testivity oiT C^fistirias -3-ay:'w*t held at St.^'Kilda Beach,^ which waS the : place 'iof general resort ; throughout ^e dayi Frdm^an early hour in the morairig vehicles of every description *w-uld fee seen approaching from «4 parts, some of whom came a distance of fifteen mile*. The^lisbury Brass -Band, assisted fey %\ portion 'of the Grawler Band,^mved about 12 o'clock in a large' waggon covered witi evergreens, which was the great ?attrac- tion (xjf. -the 'day. .5?hey flayed -«omV excellent tunes, which did credit? not only 'to' the members, but also to therpeople'of **alisburjr in having an efficient ^nd well disciplined band, They have made great progress, consideritur the short peri-5d* of six months since the band ^v-as organized. There were from 3,000 to ^,000 persons on the beach the greater pa*t of the1 day. Mr. Moore, of Salisbury, had £ large and i« -mmodious booth on tkegrnumd, as also had Mr. Ghiidera, ef the ^irgmia Hotel: Thepr^rere well patrc^ii, and ...

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GRAIN MARKET. Bunyip Office, Friday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 30 December 1865

*G&&m MitHKET. ..... .! Eunyip Office, Friday Erenincr, . '. Hie supply of Wheat is steady, though not Overflowing, the price being 8s, .per :busheL Floor at the tWoGavderioiliB, i^hiiih are ?worfc- ing full time, is JC22 Ids. per ton, Bran and Pollard Is. 9d. to la. lOd.

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THE EXPIRING YEAR. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 30 December 1865

T3KE EXPIRING TEAEV ~!Ths year 1865 is about to terminate amid unusual tranquility, as far as can be observed from an Australian point of view. The gigantic ^sar whidh-TageS for years among fch* kindred states of North . America has cea5^ rThe -'a»peet j of Europe, is at least temporarily 'peskeeTul. Ifo struggle dividing mighty powers, arid involving Tas| human interests, is aaovr an progress. Startling probabilities may indeed loom' in the. future, but as for the present* the ; po!IttM»a! firnjsnrent of ihe World is fox the Htost part tushe*! #«d tranquil. . . -. t. , A rem*rk ?0 fE^ef^^^ai^caMe^ r»p^ies in aix esspeml decree to Soetfe Australia. At the present moinent* «a ^-uuusual deg^ejeoJf serenity «iara^ejrfe»- -air social and poiitieal matters. ^IV , Testles»e«s te which the latter had heejt. «ubject has to a gi^a* ;^da^t^l?»i|eds .* SCift; Hwfetrj b©w /in pow^ 'ic*«^ig mtwading 4t* unprooalemg formation, ^toinQEBes more' gtabii^ tto ' »p|)!er tftinted ;.*a itatimmwiiat« xja...

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TALK OF THE WAGS. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 30 December 1865

.TALK OF THE WAGS, Tins * talk of ^he ^gs . is that therfe is little or nothing i» *taifc About; ^fchat Adelaide is out of towo, and no par* of the country at home; that no business, public -'«*? priyate,®^ ^ state of pro gress ; i^t;fej^tii^viwiv^liiig,l--uii^ng, afcd vislgng, |6re e^ywhere^fc© order of i$® 4aj with »U classes of persons, from ssnatoxs ?down.io eeboolboye; thafe fr©.. ^t with a new y«Ar a new era 'will ^ojammce, and the, present loll crobably gjxs $am to mabtm ^ ^aduflgve of great *tt4seit«ral eseiteo^it ^ IHie teik fe m&it «lie OeBPtmissioii^r of $&®wy-. h&Q^ ]$£, Ntafc*, c»» «at im mm& %m «ia4 ^^ hafe glass of sfewrr SKM%ttilift wrong waj,' he must possess tm *%m wbl& m%m of a rhmoeeroaj i^miwiQiiw -##^act hedoesaud :-eT««^^i|roM^ \0f0Mft^-Hkd£:-%» .:-ia'i|« ^3 ^^^^^^rytimiff and t.K- bndeef -«t of all has beeaagtven by an ^?^?wwf^ie eole*t-* pretty xate,-ftnd tftreatens^present him with 'atickefcf oMea^e^ 'The farther ti3l...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 30 December 1865

^JicenixlFoTindry, .Gawler. ' ??»*.; ^,;V i-i-it ^JwM^aiMt.^ ^?-*»— * ??-?:,-?, '~ v ?? -.*..,-.-?.* *,«?????*».-. ]Y-KGS to thwikhisjjumeroue customers * JE# rfwr past ^vow,~sa& -as lie now devotes ? Iss whole att^tion to1ieaboTeiEst4l»lishm©tit, * -n*ving re^-ttiehe4 his General .Store,) ho is prepared 1» ejceejrfe ordere for s READING AND WtBTNOWOTO MACHINES, - WAGONS. BRAYS, SPRING CABTS, KBW * OlUb»«hoxt«3tnotioe and of the beet materials V h and Woitmaasbip. * JfeNginfrtad Winnowing Machinoa of -evoy »- MnstrofitloA made to order. . - v^««md4tta4 JSeaping Machines for Sale or XETTS'S BIABIES, 1S66. f TTIHB aboT0 juat amyM, all .--vvrieliee of _. jL Jonn, Siwi, and Price, fjx-m 63. upwards. ' v W. BABNET. 5 * - . ^Priaieat.Boofcsjellei'ftJidStaitaoaer, ?V\ ? Mwn»y-St«eet. J ^??:''' -K0TIC3B. * 1 S I ftit#nd shortly to jWe the Colony /\ - lor a time on a trip to Europe, I request t that »«f)KBTS due to 'the firm of ENGEL } ERKCH T & Co. may be SETTLE » at once; a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 30 December 1865

W*D^T AW0 XLOXFB. -. : JE§ habitants ^crf &1TCLEB *»a «ntt»a3-ag -Sw»xtt7 that W has OPENED l»» 3SSW 6TOBSJ at iheBAJLW AY STATION. , , * 9UOTLY OT ^TOCKWEIi S£CS% v r'*1 --t*-'ijfi|W^*ii ??????? ;; ???; , -.;? ? FLOUR DELIVERED XH GAWIJEB IP 3.. -;?? ' - BBQUIEEp. ?. v- *i-;i':..1.J: ?WHEAT PUBC^^D at %ie ?* Highest Market Price, iwd Stared oj^teasonable Terms, & -Bias Janr ©tSt^^fabmebs. - £&i£ Sayings Bank of South -t Australia, % *N gawi,ek branch: ?fjhBE *JKBD13X-ES will- attend at Gawurr A on WlJBliTESDAY, January 3d, from 6 to 8, pjtn., to Compare and Verify tthe -Pass Books of Depositors having Acopujvfcs with the Gawler Branch ; and Depositors are hereby requested to J»p©4uoe, or to send by Post -sr ? otherwise, their Pass Books fox examination at .that time. .* _ By-order, , «? ? ?? ' :-.*F. WILKINSON, Agent. NOT ICi:' TO OJSPOSITOIIS. * «*' This Office will be dosed during the 'first *=-week iflt Jaauary next, for the annual audit. 0a«4&ril...

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NOTICES TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 30 December 1865

NOTICES TO CORRESPONDENTS. 'B^Fhcr&fanb Corporation Bye-lair- againi^ flying kites of *ny kind, ^bbse *i hksh the boys fly -are, however, indictaUe bb danga rousnufeanees. . ; ^Boxas.— Slgn4)oaTds 'may be saspend*i . nnder verandahs «t an eleration of seven -*e«t. . ? - :.--.-?? ': «.x.— av is » nistaktk Tne £du»r oc «i6 BtBttffy h^ takes, no interest ia. die recent ^xrankapal cfections extie^t te a mere reported for the Adelaide as weH as loeal^ress, Bmrrtt JmnB&K-^-In reply to numerous kfcsd tenqttifies^he young 'Bonyq-' is going On most satislactoiily, imd lier nearest xeiatioiH tbe sans. , 7

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GAWLER CORPORATION. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 30 December 1865

GAWLEB COBPOBATION. If r. 0. Or. Eoeidiger.Ooimcillor for the ?East Ward, having retired from -that ^representatioa.'wasBominated this 'year. - for the 'North Ward, Mr. Peland feeing ^placsd in ' competition »«rith -him. '93ie ^poH-on Wednesday, !Deeember «'M, re Veulted in favor of the 'latter gentleman hr a majority ©f 39, the voting being as ; follows- s-- B. E. Deland, 55. C- Q. Boediger, l€f. A contest took place at the same time 'for the ififfieferof Auditors, the result feeing as follows :—Tor -Mr. P. F. Turner, 82 ; ;for Mr. Burton, '74 -(these ^gentlemen feeing the former Auditors) ; anclfor Mr. Eoberts, 7-*. Mr Turner and Mr; *S cherts -were therefore ddly elected. i She ?- following is the niimber polled in teach xmxdt — . ?: ' 'Barton 'TwiMr rBobctto Eastward 25 16 29 Jiorth Ward «7 SO 34 tSott&Ward 12 '16 ;1S 74 S8 -78 'At the declaration of the poll Mr. ^Roberts returned thanks, paying » eom ?{dimeat to the previous Auditors, imE j stating that while no fault w...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 30 December 1865

BIRTH. At Gawler, on the 29th instant,       the wife of Mr. W. BARNET of a daughter.    

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GAWLER LOCAL AND POLICE COURTS. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 30 December 1865

[?] \The principal matters engaging atten tion at the 4ibove establishments during the past week &a\*e been r» supposed horse-stealing case, Edward Mc^lister, cif- 'Pinkerton * Plains, *=ehargmg -;J. M&cpherson with -the abduction of his miw,' Vhich he-5b«nd in defendants pos session at a relative's at Onetree Hill the -defence- being that the taare was b^rwfwed without le^ave in order to hunt up a horse of the 'prisoner's, ''which had got adrift. 'Macpherson was ^committed fer trial, %ut '^has been jgubse$uen% liberated on'bafl. ^*On Wednesday the business x-T 'the Courfcifibuse^Was sligRtly 'delayed owing to; tfee^ suddeff^elapse- into indisposition of the Stipendiary Magistrate/ who had travelled on iihe previous, day during its excessive solstitial heat -to and^froni the inquest near 'Freeling 'referred to else where, and who was unable to leave homp. &. Warren, Esji,, -J.P., 'and Dr. Nott, ^P., presided iii Mr. Turner's absence, $&- principal bus...

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Poet's Comer. A FRIENDLY EPISTLE. ADDRESSED TO MR. TIDLNY, SEVEN-STATE HOTEL, RED RANKS. (Founded on a Recent Case of Misconception.) [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 30 December 1865

POET'S CORNER - A FRIENDLY EPISTLE                         ADDRESSED TO MR. TILLEY, SEVEN STARS HOTEL, RED BANKS (Founded on a recent case of misconception). Take             f ? JU thieves suck men *s dd McGuira j - For, tnpst me, TiUey* it's so trifle ! A man's V good nMneM:to '-ii!eh' or rifle. ? -Kd Shakespeare sayi* your bit of cash. If stolen* is bat sb/mudr ' trash,' And Scsijpture says *ias 'sin and shame *.V :: To rob a man of bis good &&me; '^Ana; after -tshatginfr f or bis drinking, To dtiargd«itlLineaiay» basely, slinking *Off *ffcn iwmey not bin ? twnBH £ yeoinaiB having fields just inown ' !Tbat place him from temptation free, M you -jr anybody else inightr see. Jf you ybu^coffers bopetofitt, Xcoitwithniote care to pnwe«nd ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 30 December 1865

HoIXOWAT'8 OlltTWENT AND PlIJLS.— HKJUKTT AND HEAi.TaT,— Tbe«xp«»ieBoe-rftaoB«aid»,*otb«t home and »bro*&, ba» amply ^kmoDStratod the^ower pos sessed by those heaUng: and purifying: remeicUea et re moiring cutaneous «rupti(ms, repairing uteeratkHis, and relteru^fisttdss and abseesses. TSsse hldiSen.evils 'fepquenSty xob life of every comfort, through, the re luouuoe -of the snfierer to expose Ms Infirmity. Houo way1* Ointment anpersede* soen drawled pnbMcityby pUdag; wftbitt the reach -tf aU plain iMtmotteos for curing- ttoemw^Tea, witiboat any danger.' and without ttae' necessity cf^saeBttoJun?r tbetr malady to any one. The Otntment and- PaJ» wfll Hfcewise cure bad legs, scabby rashes, and these .blemishes which arise from the abuse otsaemuj aad«£fl^Mir deleterioos orogA. Gawler Institute l*air. m hj gt*3w: i»eb x^stixute Ji ; FAUk «oaUow-jE*n ample and interest ing account of the prox^*aiptg8.conneot«d there with. Illustrated witt Fhobagrajiluo Sketches ,©f t^eTown J-eoora...

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GAWLER CORPORATION. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 3. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 6 January 1866

[?] f'-—' ^^tDN^DAY, JaBTJABT 3. ' j ; Worship! the Major (Sir. X. Mitchell) and Councillors Loutit, Fmch, Clemelit, iDelarid, and Toung-; Oouhcallor Mold sent air apology, for un avoidable absence. ? 1 wd»^e-^ed to £x&lic Works €Soimao^tee» ! ^ r . ; m ? i -nj ? 3 ?- ? rVUUUUUiUlV VUWWUV| Miq Young were cho8eii. to act aa a ITinaace Committee. Conuciliors Clement) l^ncb, and De land were chosen to serve aa aCemeteiy Committee to prepare regulations ice., and to adopt measures for opeiiing a new Cemetery, and dosing the one at present in use. - It was decided that the salary of Town Clerk for the current year shall be £65, and that of the Town Surveyor, &c., £85/ as in the year proceeding. A letter was read from Mr. Ivett, stating that he was about to 'fence off his land facing the Lyndoeh-i^ad, and offer ing te sell to the Corporation a few feet for the purpose of a road. . /Hie Town Clerk uraa instructed to acknowledge receipt of the letter,' and to request farther...

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MISCELLANEOUS EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 6 January 1866

MISCELLANEOUS EXTRACTS. A Female Doctos. — Miss Garrett, whose endeavors to be permitted to study sad offer j herself for a medical degree at St. Andrews were frustrated by the opposition of some members of that U aivarsity, has succeeded in 1 attaining her purpose in another mode. On i Thursday week she passed her final examina tion, aad received a license to practice medi cine from the Apothecaries' Hall, London, ; having gone through the entire course of study prescribed by that body. The license consti tutes the legal qualification of what are called ui cioguuui guueitu. pnu; lliiuucrj ? Aoej ; usually take besides a diploma in sm-gery, bnt this is not at present open to wo iron, nor is the M.D. degree anywhere in England or Scotland: Miss Garrett proposes, we believe, s& once to commence practice in London in iihose branches of the profession to which she aaairna especially to devote 'herself. — Scotsman. How to Take Honey Without Ebiko Stung. — Mr. Fortune, the well-kn...

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Poet's Corner. A GLANCE AT THE HOUSE. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 6 January 1866

|j8rts teorntt. AT TUlS HOUSE. . XJowben there'g oonfidenro *» fight; YogonponacoHier-lay atony. - ' Whenthe %erifcB*v C3ezl^«ad Sergeant are ^^rtJaSfc :7k$:'-us - \:r, And eachmember los vso . ial hoped ? ^ -..'C/^SSSSf^*'^; ?. ? ,.t -»-?'#:? u ? ? ?- lPomB^M*ialofwxaih*^ihejmniBtry, ; ffntmrnn 'frj'1'*'1 Wfcenthe -JitUeet payih'^ &f-&&pooi* and V r ' y:- :- ' 'V ?, And John Bcmtlmm Nealesis jwartt toiafe, JOr woise^ *«* disturbing the Speakers repose withlns thumbto his nose, . . . ? . Applies thfe high, in intca^i^ri^ When like 611 on trembled wtffonlluflg, Hash Townsend's ready wit-andtongue. Alas, that when lie's caoghtthe Speaker's eye, ffiBomdunldsedc ' When Rankin's vdoe mSKlSs'iieiBxl is Beast), Like wind In awood whan w leaves are starred, (W ould shaving improve blm? I think it would, Better, far better, speaks beardless Goode^) When Blyth (the mayor) who pockets 'both t»nrnilaJ take Ajax rises and proudly stands A living mountain midst pigmy men. ...

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SOUTH AUSTRALIAN RAILWAY. NORTH LINE. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 6 January 1866

SOUTH ACSVEALJAS KALLWA3T. SOUTH lEfE. ... 1 Ad-d»ide- . . ? ? ? ..... .Depvtsre i aro u.4si iss North Adelaide ? 11.49 449 DtyCttet. ? ' £-26 — ^«li8btt^y..... ? ? '* 8.35 12.20 5.BO SBUthtdd...... ? 8.50 1X36 S^4 Gawler To*m ? Anrival^.: 9,10 12.55 s.«a GcwlerTo-srn ? ? ,l-epartnr« sjg — . B.55 . Eoseworthy '... ? ** 9jt5 — s.19 - Frecffinsr... * 10.-15 — «.« ? K»pncdm ? 10*3 — ' Jiap^ada ? ? ? 4^s|-«fcBre! 8^&i . . FreeSog:... ? ? ' sjt ! — VW - itoseswtby ...... .T...... - 8.43 — 6.^5.. G*wfer Tovra ........ — . . Arrt**l. . . 9.0s — is G*wWr Toyrn'.l. ? JXptrtun 915 13S '? ^naJMeW..... ? M 9.30 i_« «.oa f Salisbury ? ' 9.45 1.60 jVH DnrlCreeS. ....... - ' ies« — i J Sortb: Adelaide.-. ? ~ 10J.6 XSr].%« lferife. ? ? Arrival...; 10.a g«B j XSS Tfee ?un-?Ry trains leave Adelaide sod Kopaads St&ftsBS- at S ajn. oa alteraats Sitndays.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 6 January 1866

ftotictslo ;'C6msp'tnitnfs. We would impression .ouy correspondents the desirability of sending their communications as early in the week a§ possible. ;.Even when received, in gcjpd . time . some letters are unavoidably postponed as on the present occasion, but the *;Tin3i-x- of disappointment must .of. course be much greater when the ^ communication is received late. Our adver tising friends also will consult . their owp interest by sending advertisements in the . . early or middle part of the week. _ ^ . 'Scarifier's ' .. verses ? cannot appear. Good humoured satire, will if in_ otheJ .. respects admissible, bealways welcome to. the columns of the Bvnyip, but spiteful personaEtiea never. ,J. . ; v . , . . . . ' Ik reply to. enquirer*a questions we have to state that Gaptain. yiihders visited the coast of .^outh Ajpstralia in the y^ar 1S02, and waa accompanied in his voyage by Captain Frapkiin, who was then a miiiaTiipm«» btiAct his command. „ # ^ » We thank ' Amicus' for his sugge...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 6 January 1866

^O&Xm TQ 1-HE PUBLIC. ? '. The first quarter oFthe year 1866 com mences with 'tliis number. ^Those who purpose cosnmendx^ ^ubBtriptions are requested to clo' so without delay ; 'and subscribets^for the old Bteries who have not discharged their accounts re quested at once to do so. . i Should any irregularity in delirery] occur, subscribers are recfaested'at once to mate the fact known. j GAWLEK; SATURDAY, JAN. 6, 1866.

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IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 6 January 1866

IMPOUNDING^. : KING'S BELT (near Sheaoak Log Post Office); Henry Smith, Eouodkeeper. — One bay colt, black points, -long fail, branded like BE near shoulder ; :one bay~.-£Uy,«siBali - piece of white on near hindfetlock,4ong tail, branded like writing #- with over near shoulder. .If' not claimed, will be sold January 15, 18^, at - noon. - . - ... ? -iWXtiliASTON, Mudla 'Wttra : (nearest ? Post Office, Willaston), . Robert - Gwynne, - Pound keepear.— rOhe bay mare, branded like H over _ D- with '2 . under' off Moulder, ' MQ near shoulder, ' horse*. foal at foot; one bay mare, branded like H conjoined- near shoulder, star and white stripe down /face, two birnl feefc white; : onfe yeUow or-. red (a -little brindle) bullock; 'l'W oS rump, S over 05 off ribs ; one one light red or yellow bullock, white tail, and belly-, rear ear slit, branded -LP near ribs one red bullock, stxavrberry fiants, branded B near shoulder, M jafear. ribs, like ST near rnmp; onb yellow or ted -buUock,. brairded ...

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