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Farmers' Column. RUST. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 3 February 1866
[?] BUST. We have lately called attention to two para sites .which have proved extremely destructive in Australia, the one so prevalent as almost to prevent the cnltivation of holiyhocks, and the other veiy injurious to plum trees. We have just received from Mr. George McLeayaleaf of maizewith the folio wing note i— This leaf iw forwarded fy ^^ilOiun lbBatftnr, of Cam den Park, in the Colony bfNew Sonth Wales, where this pest 'hasj inthe lowercouutry at I leas^ f or two yeara ^uiming, destroyed all the ! cerealcrops.' ^jOn examination It appears to be a forihofthe rommonTust. UredoJ&ubigo vera. but with rather largerspores, though, as far as we ean find,;withno essential difference. Pro fessor Henslow first, we believe, pointed out the connection of .tills with. Puccinia grandm% of which it seems to be a secondary form, while Uredo linearis is only the puccinia in a young state. Desmazieres published a JJredoo'a maize leaves (No. 1,075 of his dried specimens), which differs ...
THE NORTHERN TERRITORY BUNGLE. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 3 February 1866
THE NOETHERN TERBITOBY BUNGLE. As time advances the abortive attempts by South Australians to settle the countiy to which South Australians ' discovered the way, become more tantalising and vexatious. The position of the settlement grows daily more perilous, the establish ment of % Colony apparently more remote, white increased knowiedge of the. locality assures us that nature has originated no impediment to; the -foundation progress pf a highly prosperous com munity on the northern coast, and the geographical position of .the spot indi cates a necessity for the existence oi puch a community. ' ' '* ? — ' '*? U-'— aa— __ holders, alienation ^ S??5fie' aaidJ^COui^oemgnfcof intend, ing sutlers. ProgresB^^ inenced ; . even the site ofifee townsh$ Q at present undetermined. - ?- - - v . j ?° bring^about this ealamifofia's^te'of things Triuch an(Tta ied mw^ma^aaMnent: only ; there have Been faultir, isttd'erave1 .ones ewiywhero. rrTh^fori&atio!! of the i expedition was conceived ...
Varieties. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 3 February 1866
©ariciirs. ~^hen is a wall like a fish? — When it is scaled. Time flies fast, but every musician of any ? note can beat time. The man who was choked- while attempting to swallow an inconsistency, has recovered. «I shouldn't care much about the bugs,' said a thin, pale lodger to his landlady,! *'but . the fact is, ma'am, I haint got the blood to spare.'. A lady remarked on a veiy ignoranb man 'who was complimented on his goou sense, ' He ought to have a great stock of good senses for he never spends' any.' Over what earthly and heavenly thing does a rainy day exercise the same Influence.— The sun and your boots; for it lakes the shine out of them both. A certain dissatisfied wife says that her husband is such a Wanderer, that he can't even try a new boot or shoe on without 'putting his foot in it.' A genius from the land of wooden nutmegs . says he has invented a machine which will, when set in motion— tut that's the difficulty — chase a hog over a ten-acre field, catch, yoke, and ri...
PARLIAMENTARY PROCEEDINGS FOR THE WEEK. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. TUESDAY, JANUARY 30. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 3 February 1866
PAELIAMENTAEY PBOCEEBINGS FOE THE WEEK. . LEGISLATIVE COTOsTCIL. - j Tuesday, January 30. ; ; . 1 The Commissioner of Public Works: laid oil' the table reports of Mr. Goyder's valuations. - The Hon. H. Ayers withdrew his motion da - the postal serripe. The Corporations Act Amendment Bill was read the third time and. passed. - .. The Adelaide Life Assurance and Guarantee Bill was read the third time and passed. Several clauses of the Strathalbyn aad nVor-v\p«tr 'Pill ? ? J - ?? ? ..The Supply Bill uras passed thipongh' ifWn- mittee, read the third time, and passed. ' The debate on the motion of^the Hon.. John Baker, for placing the bCKminail service in the hai d '- of a Company respbhsib^ t6- the Colo nial Government was resumed by*' %he' Hon. J. HL Barrow. The Eo i. John. Baker replied, aid the motion was cairied. . rrT -?- Wednesday, Jaitoaky.31. 'q . . His ExceUency the Goverhor-ifii-CSn^E^v^u issent to several Bills. . ^ The ComniissioneF of Public Woiis nised the Hon. J. H. Barr...
ANTICIPATIONS OF THE TWENTIETH CENTURY. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 3 February 1866
ANTICIPATIONS OP THE TWENTIETH CENTURY. - ? - - - Tell John t© set the kettle on, I mean to take a drive ; I only want to go to Some, And shallbe back by five. . Tell cook to dress those humming-birds l6hot in Mexico; TPLav^ma mam l^AA«k ImIIaA 1aa«4 I 1A Jam JLllCJ VC liUlf UCCU A1UCU «bV IHNHI DnvWJSy c They'll be vn peu irqp haut. ril try that -wine, too, a la. rose, Just brought from Isaphan : Howcould those Goths of other times Endure that vile Champagne? The trip I took the other day, To breakfast in the moon, Thanks to that awkward Lord BeJlaire, TTas spoiled my new balloon. For, steering through the Milky Way, He ran against a star, And turning round again too soon, Came jolt against my car. My steam is surely up by now — Put Hie high-pressure on; Give me the ' breath-bag ' for the way, Ail zight — hey — whiz — I'm gone.
HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY. FRIDAY, JANUARY 26. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 3 February 1866
; SOTiSE OF ASSEMBLY. - i Fbiday, Jandaby 26i- ?' - The Attorney-General laid on the table returns of Banking ComomticmB,. Ordered! to; bepr!ntJed. , . -- lespatches frbin t3ie -ITorthern Terntoi^^ Ordered to beprinted. . C-*-*1 ? Several messages :wer 3 received, froin His'' Excellency.1. t; - - et In answer to the Hon. H. B. T. StrangwfL^r, is to the receipt by the Government of-a ^ threatening letter, the Chief Secretary said j 'liat. 4*VlO finiMHIl JtlATlf ? ' ? t'jJ w uca^A iWWttJU UU 2SUC1I letter, and that they ? declined answering the 'ion. member as to any unofficial letfers which nembers of the Government might - have. ?eceived. ' Mr. Sutherland enquired if the vote for' expenditure in the Sonth-Easfc hnii beeh' exceeded, and if so, .to- what amount, by whose authority. ' .. -.r - ; The Treasurer replied that the ,yete had been exceeded to the extent of .£4,366 by an nadvertence on the -£axt Of filfe late Mr. Joalthird. - -:- Mr. -Bankine mored for money provision for' i, ...
Poet's Corner. TO A PAINTED LADY. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 3 February 1866
[?] , * , !K) A PAINTED LAST. I never wi£hed, in face or dress, 1 That you should seem a saint, love; And yet^aii jTjtri muBt confess, . : Iwishyouwouldnotpajnt,3ove. . I gara^roa once a|^j3 wrj . ?-- You'll thinkmequite absurd, lore; . But Fdjcatiierwed your pictarenow, .... ' rT(^,1^319\roi)^.l0Fe. ; - 'Far when ** My life! any love J' I -ary, AfrownlslwaysEee, love; The picture, with its. constant eye, : Would always smile on me, love. „ A lackof brainsyon both, would show, An^ hnfh a made-up cheek, love. But ?fop'n you.havea tongue, you know — ; Apicturecouldnotspeak,love!
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 3 February 1866
. - Hollo way's Pills.— Wise Precaution. ? The unwholesome vapours and frequent' chiTs derange the animal economy to an immense ^tent, and permanently urdenjiine the hpflHii tfii1ess -evtay now. .and- - then the blood be - puxified, the ^ejg^tion&KKrfifiQd, and the nerves ^esfa^^vjpb%^a,y sJKafl p^foisathese several : 't&ess&rf offices wita c^rtainfe^sa^ety, .and; ex-', fe^ftioai. Old and .yoiing, : robust and feeble,' male and feinMe, will find these Pills an nn- . ^Sn^jdQmestic. lemedy ; not . only in sli ght Hfietniesses,; but .also lii -.the- -more. -serious aad LJangerbok diseases wMch spring .from neglect *ff early symptoms. Yet, under the. puiiiying iend ecrrecting influence of Holloway'e ine^ti | liable medicine, the appetite improvps,. the -digestion gains strength, the. liver act's freely, thfi:kidn.eys secrete abundantly, axidt ;ilth is LUiujiiphant. .7 ' ...
GAWLER INSTITUTE. ADJOURNED COMMITTEE MEETING. MONDAY, JANUARY 27. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 3 February 1866
GAWLER INSTITUTE. Adjoubxed Committee Meethto. Monday, Jakcaet 27. Present — Mr. Treasurer Burton (in the ] chair), aud Messrs. Martin, Bright, Clement, Lewis, Fotheringham, Josling, Frankel, and Dixon. The minutes of the former meeting were read and confirmed. The Secretary read a letter from Mr. Parker, of High-street, dated January j 27, offering 118 feet frontage to that street by a depth of 264 feet for £250. Mr. Bbight moved that the tender be received. | Seconded by Mr Lewis, and carried, i * The Treasurer stated that ^ her had: withdrawn £225 from the bank account and placed it to the credit of the building fund. Mr. Bright moved that the members of Committee meet again on Friday evening, and that a special general meeting ba called for Monday, next at half-past 7 o'clock, by circular, which was carried. Mr. Drxos proposed that the Christy Minstrels should be written to, enquiring their terms for au evening's performance in Gawler during next week, either on Tuesday, Wednesd...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 3 February 1866
:: - &vsl€.i cxfcL Wills ston Aim-oal ; ? ? i f v X ;^$AGS& mm taiM- place -m IS& aaid lisk mabch: . .;;? '.' 'v:„. _:? . ;. \ Further particulars in future advertise 1 .? gnents. - ? '?-.-?- -. ?'?--. 19. W.A.'FO^' jwwrstapes. % ; v Gne Ponnd ItewarcL ? ? TprO ST fipom my PAddocfe. ONE YEli ? - LOW STEEB, branded^)}) near ribs, tar - minted near imnp. Fifteen Shilllngsfor information as shall lead to recovery. JAMES BOGEBS. ' Gawler, February 2, 1865. Filly Strayed. STBAYED into my Paddock about the _ end of November last, & DARK BAT1 FILLY, having a little ?white on nose and near foot. Owner can have it on paying expenses. J. LEONABD, i'Bentl%, Gawler Hpls, February 2, 1866. 47-48 - : X4STJ3&&&E. EASTtii® for CATTLE or SHBEP^ . . a constant supply of . WATER. Apply to . , V J.LEDNAED. : Bentley, : ? . ,^brM^y^.|.868» = -.f At ' V ' 7CA NAMES. - . -tflOB SALE, 50 CANABIBS. Apply F to itr. James Bright, Willaston Brick yard. .4...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 3 February 1866
— XAKHli-A ? Gawler, ; j. ' -i#KHlHJSninn^^ Agricultural ImplementMakers, . ???' &o«i &c. /r^;rp8«ig#i»Bwg^P 1848.] Machine and General Implemeiit Mttnwfentftnr. *tURRAYSTREET, ? -r r.fta . I a, at I 'i&4* ??»? »?-??'..? t ;? - .. ^ ..-??? ??-?^ - ^ ? JOSN :^| (JCAom»n8T, Bidwarwoxst, Whwh.wmoht1*tcm T|EGS *o thank hisnumerous customers D for past favors, and as lie now devotes Mb whole attentionto the above Establishment, (having rdinquishedhis General Store,) he is prepared to egpcute orders far . REAPING AND WINNOWING MACHINES, WAGONS, JtfRAYS, SPRING CARTS, NEW POETPAGNELLS, &e., &c., Ott the shortest notice and of the bed; material! and Workmanship. Bwfflng and Wmnowing'Maohinea of every ?onatruetian made to carder. 8eOQnd*hand Bearing Machines for Sale or Hire. LETTS'S DIARIES, 1806. ? — -- - % .? i . tilfiS «bofe just arrived, aU varieties of A Form, Sixe, and Price, from 6d. upwards. W. BASNET, Printer, BooteBellerand Stationer, ; Murr...
THE GAWLER MARKETS. Bunyip Office, Friday Evening, GRAIN, &c. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 3 February 1866
THE GAWLKR MARKKT3. B»«4- fl^ Friday Eremng, Wheat,* teady at;7&!6d.tperbuahd; ; PolIard, ls- lod. per bushel. Brails- 7d. per buaheL - Ba^ey andOataareecarce.: Hfgt £6 108. to \£T pec ton. - . Bread,2lbJ.pitf, 5cL ' . , ? 'Meat, Mutton, hiud-quarteri, ,6|d. 'per' lb. ; fore quartera^Sid. i : vi ' ? Beef, 5d.to.-9d. per lb. -- * Vealj honirln the market. Pork, 9d. to lOdlperlb.- ,7a --. [ - ?? .. Vegetables. ' : Cabbages, 6d. to ^10d. each.. : : * Turnips, 5d. per bunch. ' ' Carrots. 49. per bunch. - French Beans, 5d, per lb. Y^etable Marrows,8d. to lOd. each. Cucumbers, 3d. to 7d. each. Onions, 4d. per lb. Potatoes, 9s. 6d. per cwt. Badishes, id. per bunch. Fbott. Pears, 3d.perlb. . Apples, . 2d. per IB. Grapes, 3d. per Jb.,, Peaches, 4d. to 6d. per doz. Plum8,l8. to ls.2d.per'gallpn. \Djansons, Is. 4d. per gaVoo. ? Nectarine8, 4d.rper dozen. . pAIBI FlU»CC& Butter, 2s. perlb. . . - ' Eggs, Is. per d--& ' . 1 GAWLEE : SATUEDAY, ' FEB: 3, 1S56.
SOUTH AUSTRALIAN RAILWAY. NORTH LIKE. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 3 February 1866
SOUTH AUSTRALIAN RAILWAY. KOKVH LIKE. j A&elakje ? ? .Itepai-iuve s.oo h.« 4.3s Noitk Adelaide ? ? ' 8.04 11.49 44nJ Dry Creek ? ' 8.20 — tSni fcslisbUTY — ? ' ? 8.35 1SL20 S.0« hmithflfilij ? ? ' 6.5Q 12.S5 . 6.2, GavrierT-m«..t ? ? Arrival . 9.10 i£55 S.4n Gawler Tow a — ? Dcpartm-e 8.20 ? — s.5- Kosevv-orthy . — .......... ' s.45 . 6.0^ - Freeing ? ? ? ' - 10.1& — «.S Xapanaa. ? ? „ATrivd...l to*s . . tij- ? ......Ut^utnn «.«« — Zsu ? 8.30 ~-r- 6.00 8.48 — ' B.18 — ....... .Aii-tral... 9.«5 -w &.3S 9.15 ut 'S.45 ? 9.30 1-45 €.00 6J30 1^0.351 2.40 uri Kapnada
GAWLER AGRICULTURAL AND HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 3 February 1866
(SAWLEE AGRICULTURAL AND J HORTICULTURAL SOCpjJY. 'A meeting of die Committee of this Society took place at ike G-lobe Inn, on Saturdaj, the :27th January. There were present Mr. Hogarth (the President), Mr. J. Smith (Vice-President), Messrs. Kelly, Sparshot, Bright, lanes, 'Winkel, Paterson, Barn^t, Martin, Lane, Warren, aifd'tte Hbn. Secretary, Mr. Russell. ~ v-The flainutes of the last meeting were ftnif nnrifipmoi) ; -lit waa ^decided that Mr. Kelly should rec^ve a inedal instead of the certificate. The SECBETA.Br announced that Mr. FotherlnghaMihad consented to receive entries of wines for exhibition at the $how. - Mr. Paters OtK thought the date fixed for the show, March 1, was too lato in the 8eason.£- r ^potfitSeT^on wiw Titadei -n Mir Ma.etdt suggested, that tikev prize ^S»jB^ricalt]^c3il implements should be aa hofioirary certificate, and moved that the subject ® f that prize be reconsidered. - ^he proposition, was seconded by Mr. iPaElBEB Q3T. Mr. Bright moved, as an amen...
GAWLER CORPORATION. TUESDAY, JANUARY 31. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 3 February 1866
GAWLER CORPORATION. '.TirBKDAY, jiLNljABar-Sli Present — -The Mayor, (Mr. John Mitchell), .and Councillors Clement, Deland. Mold, Finch, Young, and Loubit. The minutes of the last meeting were read and confirmed. A fine of 23. 6d. was recorded against - Councillor Young for not being in attendance 1 at the commencement of business. A letter was read from Messrs. Swann, Gregory ani Co , for permission to erect a side j via uivir pnsmistM ui iruu. Resolved, thit the letter be received and J permission granted. It was resolved to remit the burial fee? ixH the case of Mrs. McCarthy. 'r r j Tenders were received for the supply of 600 cubic yards of screened gravel as follows j John Boyle, 2s. 8d. per yard : ? William Hobart. l 2s. 9d. per yard ; Daniel McEwen, 2s.- lOd. per 1 yard; Michael Hinds, 3s. per yaid; ' John ! Devine, 3s. per yurd. ] The t-ender of John Boyle was declared ;i accepted. . * | The report of the Pablic Works Comtnittiee1 was read as follows, and after some c-mveraa-...
WALLAROO. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 3 February 1866
WALLAROO. 'TiiVf olio wing are extracts frAm the TFa7l«roo Times, of January 27th : — It will be seen that the paople of th t n l^hbour*aoodJar%? taking the lead in an obvious work of utility, that of increasing and varying the quantity of animal food .for consumption by a regular supply of fish i. and that they have overcome a difficulty which was even more . pressing, want of water. The long-felt want of a supply of fish is, we are glad to hear, about to be supplied. Mr. Phillips and five or six others have formed themselves into a company for the purpose of procuring fish in large quantities, with a view of bringing a fresh lot to market every d:?y. if possible, and of curing such as do not meet with an immediate sale. The company are making their arrangements on a rather exten sive scale. Mr. M'Donald, of Port Adelaide, is building to their order a cutter which will be 36 feet in length, and of a burden of 12 tons. Two boats have alrealy been purchased- A afliwfl sco feet long i...
ASHWELL. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 3 February 1866
ASH#ELL. (From a Correapondent) j The havest is over. ?' The reports of prodtici} per acra^re as variedaa the chanielbn'soolOrs.. Those who talkof JS0 bashdsr arid few- aiid far^ between, . and -amongst larger -farmer^ foir .one. .wh&!lijiB tO many there be; that -irould' now be glad ot isix. . Drought didhotordy stay the land from producing, but the farmer's toil, ' his labor, has to be axt offering on that a^r. The squatters have daisied rmief to save their beef and mutton, and why not farmers be up and doing? Surely the goose is not entitled to nil 4pLa ? ? ? ? J om uuv.dwiwj , im; nw uwj Biibjr iwHUOwea to save their own bacon by petitions to Parlia ment in the way adopted- by squatters;- The Assembly is determined to deal liberally with 1 the grasshopper who jumps at his ready-made sustenance, while the soil-tiller has to plough with patience, and endure . the varied changes of the atmosphere, and bear the hot blast of the North, and last, though not least,' has to carr...
BAROSSA WEST DISTRICT COUNCIL. MONDAY, JANUARY 29. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 3 February 1866
BAROSSA WEST DISTRICT COUNCIL. ? Monday, Januabt 29. -Present— ^ Ml, except Mr. Rayner. The Clerk was directed to get the Williamstown pound book from the late keeper. ' Clerk to prepare memorial to Government, praying that Sections Nos. 99, 97, and 98, may be declared a stone and water reserve: Received, letter from Mr. -Ingleby, solicitor, in reference . to the road obstructed by Mr, H. E. Bright. Recewed letter and account from Mr. U. von Bertooco, 8arv^or,fiertaiiyingtha&tfiQm w it6 «ioroacb ment oa the boandary road. Ityndodi Valley. by occupiers of land -in this district, but that thetanoea are improperly erected in Barossa East; Clerk to apprise that Conneil of the fact, and call on then^ to liquidate one half cost of survey. Reoeived retunxs from keeper of pound at Lyndoch South. deck to oom muxneate with Government in xefecence to offioer for this district. A vote of HimiIw were awarded the Chairman for the very able manner in wfeieh he performed his sdutie* ^ thfe ...
MUDHOLE. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 3 February 1866
MUDHOLE. I can't understand how it was that yoa eotildn't make out the rough notes I seat yon I'm sure they are plain enough.' As tom* nnt - JjeiHg^ahie ^mafethe^^myse^ bfSSro' that's escasaJOe, coztind&mg the under which I was laboring at the -time- 1 wrote them. In the first place, I wrote them. - in the dark. New ril dfefy any. tnan to take down a, speech in shor fc hand in the daxk, ana read it afterwards; of course yon ought tp have people to do 'the* heading; Jts quite enough *? forme tehave to wrfti . I know a young man who says he ii a firfit-rate steno -jraoher, thjfcT Jxe trf^s down «ie Parliamentary, speeches for s , Kiie Mcpsier, Affile ne never can. read a _word them afterwards, hut that there Is ^reader In their establishment who can alwayir tnake something of them. Now you'd betted «on«t . my notes to that reader. Then again^ as I . told yen, I had been stopping at the Ship Inn . where the grog isn't watered quite so much aa it is at other places, and Tm afrai...