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

OUESfiLVES. Tm; year i860 has passed away, and tliit season of unbending which always accom panies the advent of a new year has also expired; Men of all classes are again addressing themselves to the prosecution^ of Wsiness and the ^performance ot duty. In appearrng before our readers .on the first^Saturday of the year 1866 we flffest - 1' ?*? « 1 ? ? 1A ? x needs aweii lor a soorc space on mat most disagreeable of all subjects (at least to modest people, such as we profess to be)- -sel£ In doing so we will endeavor to-^rbid -%Dtisaj, andvto 'write frankly and trathfUfiy. .. . To the inhabitants of Gawler and its immediate neighborhood the history of the Bunyijois well known, but to persons residing in other districts where, the paper is now obtaining extensive circula tion 'It is for the most part unknown.. For the information of the latter-we maj\ state that it tr&s started about two years since and issued monthly, -that subse quently it was found necessary to 'pub- lish m...

Publication Title: Bunyip
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AFFRAY WITH THE NATIVES. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 6 January 1866

Affray with the natives. Tot Far North appears doomed to Buffer : other calamities be«ide tho gigantic -?neof taxtensive a$d pi^tract^drtu^/. ®erid6s 'Starred, near ?fo&6 ^^ed^^^^Ge^.^q^^n^ln some distances being serious, ^and one nkt\ve ^t'ieasf #ksk21^d!r 'a^pe^;tl&fc^{He had^ra^RijedfeoteedeprcSlations ' i^nd th^'Mr.^DfeaH., .whbisin the^rpp'loy-' tjpient of. Mr.^^^er. caused, ^eveial - of 'their wiotIots to oe l-urneji down. .. The attack on the -Europeans appears to have resulted from thig act of retaliation .on thej-art of Mr- Dean, ]fut ^he circum stauic^ Bre, not yet known1 with preci sion. The Government has sent out a farg^ bpdy. pf police, and arranged for a magisterial^ £srqui»r into the. aSair. -The individuals speared were, W. Beynolds, 'Herbert James, Archibald McKirinon, and OHkries 'Newman. - The wounds of the latter are considered serious. Several men were waddied, and among them H. Dean and Brook were included. f ? -S.inoe tbe forgoing was in type ...

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TALK OF THE WAGS. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 6 January 1866

OF TEdB WAGS. ' The t&fk (of the wags) ia that persons at a distance judging of South Australians from the newspapers pf~ thj^:litet ijeaf weeks- would iu-rive at tho Vph^jiaaio^ men- Have ample oppd^snities for Jot-; nivtvinor thnir mini7» «.n a)-I»4 WKioti «tf course they keep constancy 'fti ' vfew';] the further talk is. that » favorable infe;i rence'3nesp ecting as is . likely to he drawn j from the fact that Eftch 'universal, and whoies^ejboli&^i^kmg can be indulged in without -fedasibning sSiolis ^iafccldfexite andtempting to numetxrtiscrimCT. - The talk is thai the paragraph in the Telegraph of Thurfedtty relating . to !13 designs which hare been sent in fora new Post-0 ffi«e. aad Telegraph- Station is somewhat ibsfcure ; that ' colonial ^ce6u tion' is spoken of, and tl^tt 'We are ^oid 'that w tbe^tS*. designs were hung,- yester day; in the rooms abo\'e.the'Cro'v!'n Lands' Office;' tliat 'a shudder at' first reading creepsj)vetthereiiderlest tholS-artists shou...

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ON MANURE, STALL-FEEDING, FOLDING, &C. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 6 January 1866

ONlUJarBE, STALL-I^Kb&ra, : ? '- «: FOLDING, Ac. -- nuupire noedfe ^ri portint parSciilar ^om«l ^evei?3e;' lost 8igh*Fof jn m^ure 'mikii% ; the more it j is expo^ed^ to the drying winds iuid euti | the. less valuable it becomes; owingtp the ammonis and other essential ttjmptfnents j or tjpe panares being abstracted. The droppingB of* cattle at large in tlie fields areofWy tittle valufey being 'dried ep 'much that at l^jfigth nothing is left but the. inect vegetable matter. ; A brief but importsantrquestion is involved In this —How much is lost in 'inoney-value ,ih the manure of stock gothg at large, from th« valuable salt® being returned to the atma&phere instead of being^fixed in the manure and afi«rwards jreturned to . the land ? T^e-manure inaSJelby rfall-feediug is .the best 'of manure; it is the'upholding of British faming, and look at the prac tice of thev farmers of Holland ' and Belgium ;Tt is all stall-feeding with Jthem, and where do we find better, or'inor...

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

[?] - tm tarn Cattopondent] ' j The principal amusement for pleasure seekers and lovers t)f nual -fyicity^at.thi8 prfctty village T& concert-arid-fcFyV'got ?up by and%j&der TOgapecial pi'btection ofe the German Singiflg Class^ It was strictly j a private affair, and Vavrtations ^md oiily been issued to t ie clite -if-the neighbour hood, and a , -few ' Belect frUnds from foreign pirt^. The concert astonished and delighted ' all . pi^sctit, the . viertors evi'-' dently not having rtnticipated eo great s tre; t. There' was a brass band, a fetring band, a«)lo on fhe flute, a duett* and violm; »nd the real^j exceflen^ -tjlae; of -the above-naitred Socihty; aSsistje^.^y; sortie talented friends from feinuhda. When ~we; inform ~o5r 'readers that the Lyndoeh Liedertafel has only ^been es-^ tablished some three or four mohths they will understand the surprise which, was evidently leit at so successtui a aeout. '\STe believe much of the credit,- for this happy result as due to...

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ELECTRIC COMMUNICATION WITH LYNDOCH. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 6 January 1866

»'? — : — : — r — .. ? flLECTBIC COMMUNICATION 'WITH LYNDOCft. 'W^s weremttch gratified about 5 o'chsck* ] p.nC on Thursday last by- receiving the ; ' following telegra^m from tire ^uperinten * dent of Telegraphs, whose -politeness ire n»i& te^TfiStOT «f JbT^fip. j - p «B9lUV itt ifUVUIUU^ UUU WIlllllHIHWy tion is this, day opened with Lyndoch Valley.' ' (Signel) , ' Charles T-opp, ?- * ... . '.Superintendent-' ^ TTeljt'ad tlie gratification at the same. Vtrme to receive a private telegram from _tryndoeh, dated 4b. 21m. p.m., .our :re$-ly ^-to which was tlie first message trims* ' iroin Gawler to Lyndoch , , ...-? ? -. . ..- . ? , . . r 4 Fiss. — V e informed tHat a fire t occurred last Sunday Kangaroo Mat. ' It is said to have originated , 'on Mr. D. _ Bush's section, And to have, burnt the ^ grass on both^idpe of.tlje road. It was extinguished at Mr. PenguIIy's t section ' by the inhabitants' of the neighbourhood. ^ An. idea was prevalent that the fire wag . not*ac&amp...

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

WILLI AMSTOWN. TKe ne#s'froin this pla^ in tenor resem- ! bles that from most other places as re gards picnics and ^general merrymaking. The harvest was proceeding' with great activity, and the weather appears to have resembled that in other parts of the. colony, some days having been excessively { het. ' . — .'-1

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POLICE COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 6 January 1866

POLICE COtfUT, ? ' ! Bnrbvrao Tdcbkr nov CeSw lii^s.— j Michael O'Brien v» charged by Shrink Wilkin- J * cm, Clerk of Madia Wvm Council. *iA | , removing timber off. the 'Waste Lands of tbe Crown without a licence- - - -\ ,'C , Defendant pleaded, .gtiilty, and made a ' statemenVin extenuation, whAchwas favorably - considered, and the lowest penalty, la. was ' inflicted, with half costs, in all, 19s. WSRam Banus yrsuy charged with .a siroiiafr * nffence. bnt did not makehis appearance in - obedience to the summons. The case was heird exparie. : . - j. Prank Wilkinson stated that he was Cleft - of*Iudla Wirra District Council, and it was hisduty to issue Timber Licenses. ; Defendant . never had one.. Defendant did /not own a j *c. ' -j YV'iUiam Woods stated that he was District Banker of 'M^la 'Wirra. On the 13th ultimo] he saw defendant Temove timber off the! flmas i. TakiIb on tn a. dmv. -Defendant was vK«Binig a license! cutter to ipd a dray.! . Defendant when the asked him said he...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 6 January 1866

7V- ^^.-Charles Puttmium, f ~ A ;'tOJ Q^VcGAati WlOMSr^ fn ^PEO^f ULWf yybca to inform * v$ahin^i*ia*i$^**tiw«ty:SATOBDA^f-iaL [ a.euPfllsnfc jaaimb au Twstocklftuaigga. &&&4 ^OUiwi AMiiiMp. * 4j£i&aft&$' mibiNETM^EE^ - ^d HPHOLSTBBEB, McBBjLT-STKEET, GAWIiKR, OPPOSrr* . XBB *-'- ' GawlSr Abmb HOtel. 'r*- j BEGS respectfully to inform his custo 1 - mere, and the publicin gsneral that he has made . LAEGE ADDITIO^ TO:HIS TPfiEStlSES, and as sow prepared to eiecute all orders with expedition, and of thebest workmanship. TENT. FOTJB, POST, and HAtF TESTER BEDSTEADS, and CHILD RENS' CtFTS, -cheaper than any other house in Oawifer, 'AMMIGAS CHAIRS in any quantity. . Als?,GEDAB WELL - SEASONED FUfi STrOEE. aUmanufactnred on the premises. Hair, Flock, and S traw Mattrasses.Pillo ws, ? &C. .-' fthajleiige Accepted.' nil. BUCKF.RFEBD in reply to. the [Vl CHAIJJE3TGE of Mr.. BRADLEY, iriU back has Pony SMUT to race MlAUIC, one mile heats, for JB2...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 6 January 1866

Phreni-r Tw.ri.y ftowl« __ ENG^INEEESjlt&bfiiil^TS; - millwrights, coach~buili-es$, ?'*: -?- .i:r--r^ .' t y? |^iiATff7rKflSi-1i8^8^ : ; #« r. *-B. #?''* TU £.'-f-'--: Vi «£-'?= ; uJMM£§0Sm T)EGS t&^uSkJios numerous customers 1/ %o«,jpasti ^ bow devotes lils wfec3ejafci«SBtK-n ioihe«ix- ^Establishment, (havir^jcfiimpndied Ms GenerarStore,)be is jwepar^to^esrecnte^orders for „ REA£INGA2fB WINNOWING MACHINES, WAGONS, DRAYS, SPRING CARTS, NEW c -? ^OBrrpAOSELiiS; &c£ &c.j: On the shortest noiaee andof the beet materials « and Workmanship. - Reaping and Winnowing Machines of every construction inade to order. Seooad-hand Reaping Machines for Sale or Hire, LETTS'S DIARIES, 1866. THE above just arrived, all varieties of Form, Size, andPrice, from 6d- upwards. ^ W. BARNET, Printer, Bookseller and Stationer, . J . Hurray-Street. v-4. ' K4MPXC E. ? AS lictend shortly to leave tlie Colony for * time on a trip to Europe, I request thatjiUDGBTS due to 'the firm, ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 6 January 1866

Iferdi Adelaides, tKan^idiak BAerl John, &il-eloT8£rsoQ ti Bobert» asCSa5iiai& Tb-an- ao% ot Gavietr, aged'8 'xaontha. . ? - - \

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GRAIN MARKET. Bunyip Office, Friday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 6 January 1866

' GBAIK MABKBT. Bmyip qfa&gngnr; Evfljunf, « - Of Wheat, veiry' little is coming to marfe^.,J .and the price ia' firm ai, 8b. 3d. -per bushel. tiAQs ^aatbt&Sii at JEaa 10s.per iKfck ^Riejab» ofb^Sli ialSi paBsrcias Li- '? 'v— ?*.- . ?

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LOCAL COURT—GAWLER. [Before Mr. B.J. Turner, S.M.] [?] JUDGMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 6 January 1866

[?] r 1 pW-5?*,i(Ep.®t J. Tnisieri fikBt-J ;-i iniiiimiiHMb xovaxxsr. . -? ? ? ' t Tcasdn ^. Bbepmjl. — Adjourned to 9th~ ' Snstwit.-:- '.'_ ' _ ~ ? .-. - I

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[?] PROCEEDINGS FOR THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 6 January 1866

[?] . V3-»aiiiJ~i^t'ftg thefiret ^tB^ «U tlflfemM mMAtttMIC. , : the-eirenimataaee woigd»be avoided ihfiiftire. . fe wn^ to th^ Ho^John IJakp,-that fche . ia^M^-pwiiw«4 with which 'that j^stle . man had furm'ahed1 the satires woold be re ? ^iiuoadL ;_ ,'? . -??«-*? ^»'« .-- ll-e Commissi oner of Pnblic .Works Jaid on thetaM# tbfbye4aws of fee Corporations of SdiMA^a^SP^fae^/^^lii * January. ? _.: ? - ? - - ?

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

SALISBITRY. . pProm oar ova £caa?esp6ndent.3 . .. 'A picnic, attended by about 200 scholars, %aaehefp, and friends -of the Congregational Sunday School of Salis bury, took place in a picturesque gnlf^ among the hills on New Years* Day. Mr. Dow, on whose property the feast 'was heid give JtB comers ii o^trty wel come. Caterers for picnics may learn a - ] lesson 'trom one fact connected with thia ~ occasion, '^itotls few instances,' espe cially where children- had. to be. provided * : for, all the guests have been half starved- or some have been wholly so, and othws crammed^; In the present . instance,' ijt appears, all parties had A sufficiency, ismd a residue remained to be taken back^tp Salisbury.

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

[?] [?] . SofcifcinirwN^ 3 inquest liddJthe ibllowi^ day wew- flwt' : - deceased' had~*ariiv^3 jtf f ab-^nt a week before, and had-beeir em* = uzau uccu Mmyp nffrp '' *' predion of spirits, and. annqntted the fatal deed WiA a' peB^oJ^, . Tfo young man's resolution to 'd^troy hiin^ self must Have been rery strong, lis not- '. withstanding tfre^niallness of the imple^ ' ment made use of,- the head was neatly ' severed from the .body. ?; Shortly h#d«Lt the commission of the awful ' deed *de- . - ceased asked 'for 'Writing ittateriflls, ^ it ?PP^vs wit-te a ^letter, to ^hii father -forthe produclion of which the inquest tWs adjourned. His non-appearance at ; the tea-table loccs^ned his ^ndlord to 'seek him in hiB pri vate^oom, and on his enteric g that apartment the deceased was discovered lying on the bed 'on his back, the penknife clenched in his hand, and the floor covered with a large pool of * blood. The depression under which be lalwred was, said to be' attribn^ble in pait toa sKg...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 6 January 1866

- Catttiok to trk La®tss.— ^N'ot to^arry too much sted about with them, or they nr»r ' aitxact sports lof a imry daiigeronJi chajacfe^. bs the following . disastrona cases show ;— Jn June 18th, a stroke of. lightning at Mobile kiUed one soldier, and inaaredill.otbors. Oa the same day. at; TuHahoma, Tomesaee. an Illinois regiment wag dialling-; it was stracl^, and every^ mam was prostrated. One -swaa killed and 32 injared. On Jnite 2lst, a Kew York aoldier was killed 'by lightmi^- at Ports moath. ' ' A Ghost Stoet Expnkunro. — A tew days ago, a wontan in what is called a respectable position of life, and inhabiting a detached -- house in the upper parb-of the Faubourg St\ WnvHn, presented herself, in & state of great excitement, ot .the neighboifng police-station,, declaring that she dared not re-ehter her house for fear of her husband. She had .been fa? «ome time legally separated from\ him by death, but still, she raid, he came to visit her - every night dressed in a sheets...

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PORT MACDONNELL. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 6 January 1866

POIlT MACpONJSELIc. The chief heWs 'from this locality re lates to the races held on the 26th De cember. The* weather was ^ Favorably although somewhat warm, and the events appear to have gone off we&L The fol lowingtire the rWhltsj— - . - . The first race on thecard was the ? Matdii?- Plat*. _ : for whichTToferTiofses wereenfiered, all of whi^r^- ' ante to the starting-post, t-i ^ Mr. J. IiOcke's Creeping. Jane. ... 1 Vr J. T.iwn'g Miaq XfacnnnnaTI ... ... -J $tr.Al-'SBc3ten*ie!sBobBt^ s. Mr. Clade's Slack Eagle ? ? ... , Towir PL&xs.— Heats. Mr. A §attpn's Skylark .... . ... 1 2.- Mr. Hammond's 1^S3 o' Gowrie ... 2 % Mr. J. Locke's Blue Bell... ... ... 3.0 ir. J. Baulgnach'e Sob Boy .1. ... '4 3 s ;. IJjibdijss. — Heats. - Clarke's Midt ... ... ... ... 'i 1 - Mr. J.my's.Blagk- Bess ... - ... -2 % 1 - Mr. Badenach's K»b Soy ... 3 O i Coxsouttok Stakes.— -Heats. Jfr. J. JA^xl's. Mips Mac$}onnell- ... 14 Mr. Hammond's. Lass o* Gowrie ... 2 2 Bacx BjlCx. ' ^ Mr. Kemp's...

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

[?] ' (Pro».(Wiepondfint) , . Wherefore should the-irdmbjltants' of ^foontarbe sorrowful wh- ia air ? their - a^hbo^^BBre^ m^gy? Ao ^a^sHk^ ^i^^ngf jtffr^in^^n sacks, foot-racing, ana other pre-eminently des li^itful sports, «Jimb&g «p greasy poles in queist oflc^ga of inntt^m, and chasing piga wjiidi conld ^njy be' legally caogK 'by holduag va tcrrails iaore slippery thim iddefc : done, MoGmtek !

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MOUNT GAMBIER [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 6 January 1866

MOUNT -GAMBIEBL « . By the following extracts from the 'Border Watch it will be seen that the South Bastern portion' of the colony is in possession* of that whfeh is still looked for in vain in the far North. . Ijt also appears that ~ Kangaroo is not the only species of game, which abounds in that district this season; and that noxious reptiles are somewhat superabundant. , Thb Rain. — Th« rain has come at last ami [ .with a vengeance. Daring the week we have [ had some of the heaviest showers that have fallen this year, and on J^iursday and Friday the weather was piore like mid-winter 'than jtaid-summer, and 'the streets were in many : parts partially flooded: it Will gteatly benefit 'the late crops, whieh this year promises to turn iteit best; besides giving- the gn^~«Sic£. was ?? drying np fasti a fresh start. : Some of the hay ^ j^ops, stnl jlnstacked. are likely to be more or ;less damaged however; bnt the quantity is small, and we are led to believe they will not ' ;snffer to ...

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