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LOCAL COURT CAUSE LIST. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 27. UNSATISFIED JUDGEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 24 February 1866

LOCAL COtJBT CAUSE LIST. Tuesday; TTebrdarv 27. TOBATISFIBD JITSjBKXffTS. Pope v. Sivkovitch ' f?heriff v. Watts PophAm v. Mather -- - ;B*EiKNI-«D OAS9SL.-i .--'.jriJ! erft ^ J^anBk^djflyiiei^j^tejpa^fnc- Sta^gv. He^jker . ; t. — Coleman v. Bidgway. Police Coctbt. ' ... Wilkinson r. Abell - j r Woods v. Jones. — ' ?- , ; .

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 24 February 1866

. . '©wira Iamdi-Oflh^i* ; ' 'WOTICB 18 wfUbedfevodfaraale hjp&ik Lud QSn,'. 4Mridfti«ii -?todi3^f» whday. of March* lSe&^at clothe «teokin the fbreno-p.;at ^upset jkioe afllxed J'An j^lorrtgiiBhtiMribe aale and other di^oaalof W«ntei^Sk^»giiig*oth« Crow* inSouth S^oeity.tvesi^r J'.BMH: NEALE8, -CmoMioaer at Gpown Jjgpifcagi Tlnlnljl Aa». Couotbt SwfflRikiu ^ ''; 'v *' {tanatar Oswler— About hw mile* west J® north of the Bid Banjny i&u^dred of Qni^ Lot. 8bo. -V ' Acres.' ' 1;* SIS 689 ? ? (j -.''? ftie *ao Mvoami;:# #17 ' '-..m- '. :' : - V, '418 {32 ISO '' ?59 ?? Si'.'. : -™^*^ms^g£-ez ^:.r. Cw&tir Storti-IVta ^k^%ii3wAy)« ?oattuwstn^jr of Weffisgto^.-lbwdifed -of . Staaskkj. ? »-?;.. ?.*?-- 628 481 74 «S3 - 4SS «8 £84 48SL : .-. ^309 «25 4H ; . . -79 U6 . 485 108 SS7 we ^ - ? -« .-..««§ '-'487' ?»«* SS9 488 eso 489 90 SSI . 490 - 113 ttl 4&1 -.- 24 mi ; .? . - « ?» 48S . 96 «&v- 4»4 86 ;. Aw; ;/ «« 75 *fr* ? *? ? 496 * ? 105 - ? 688 ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 24 February 1866

VI and others to rfitfc'Iili^.AgwtoMt t 4&&C&S. *mT'-B'2ju£j ^'i-f-io^f x*.-*'- £*3—^5 : .' ? BEATS, WAGGONS/ and ^stt awta oaf; fcyriniltnrtvl 'rii'iJ*BMf*a ?**' °'^a . '£KvEfl£» ''' : ^-''$ ?' *T- t-'i -.'-? . +'-~J-2+J,y » ,*&/ ? ? ~' +3&itfi^p£:i^Hi££$t-' » Jiiliftr .'a^Tg&s '» '.?^ajT' ; fiERlKGCABTS, PASKEU^ ^iaSr«««l BUGGIES. ??? ''?-. ^?usagri^tK ? £ESClfil^h3nBSfXBr8da.^~. j&K *.v» JT ' . . k. .t '-* 9*r ~' -?.?-.?? '? ' J' ' - | -' * \ * J'' .?fhtpiiiT Tonn&y^ Chawler. 'ENGINEERS, 3IACHINIS1S, ~ V ; T^TT.T.WRIGHTS. COACH GUILDERS; ...-,. .... &C.4&C. ''v.; \''J;'v: *prn*3mif- andCteiieralJmplenieiit Manufactory, - MUEBAY ' STREEIVGAWLEE -,. JOHN lO NES, y-rwnriKT, Blacksmith, W hielwkight, mo. : T)EGS to thank his numerous customers 1) for past favors,rsnd as He now devotes bis whole attention to the ab^Erfa&lishment ? ^ ft«wwgri3iiiqi^ei IStfieBBal Store,) he Is £ '? 'j®q-aredt9 eseeot...

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THE GAWLER MARKETS. Bun[?] Office, Friday Evening. GRAIN, &c. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 24 February 1866

THE GAWLER MARKETS. ; /B»»nyip Ofiee, Friday Ereiiing, Chain, 4c. ?-' : Very little -wheat coming to hand/ 'Price' ifta 9d.. Neither buyers or-aeHert anxitas to operate the former loo&ing-for lower pri«^«, the latter fo*£ugher. -Otsta, 6k. - ' Cape Bailey, St. to 5s. Sd. Hay, £6 to £7 per ton. Bran, Is. 7d to la. 8d. per bntheL Pollaid, Is. IQd. to la. per bud»L Bread. Slh leal, 5d. Flour, £18 10a. Meat. Mutton, hind-quartera, 4}d. per lb. ; forv.' ^uartera, 5jd. Beef, 5d. to. 9d. pet lb. . _Veal, 7d. to 9d. per lh. Pork, 3d. to lOd. pw lb. ? - ? -YcGITAVLBBi. Oabibagea, 6d. to 9d.: each. .l^utupA. id, per hunch. Ouroti, 4d. per buoeh. ^ - FreDch_Beana, 5d- per lb. Vegetable Marrpwv6d.to 1«. aadu ?Cucumbers, Sd. tp fid. ea^k - Onions, 4d. per lb., , . *;Pot*toe«b 12s. per pwt. , » Badish«s, Id. per. .bundk . i Z'^-* ---rw 'i-r. ?-*3QUtt»z:ui ti ' 'Applet, Mr to 4d. per U-. ? I - -ii: 6ci^ii«^a.perlK. Peadnsi Id. tolSd. per -do*. - , . , - Pluma, Is.- 3d. ta la. 6d.' per ^pdU...

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SOUTH AUSTRALIAN RAILWAY. NORTH LINE. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 24 February 1866

. SOUTH AUSTRALIAN BAILTTAY. KOUBUSt. AdeUids ? Dq?*rtttie «.«« 11.4s 4.3 ltortb Adelaide ? ' s.&t 11.49 4.4 DttC-«k.....;..v...v... =, ? ? ? [ .............. - u» tt» ,(.» SnltbMd.1 ? '* 8.50 1S.S5 6.2 Gawl«rTown..........-...ATTival... 9.10 12.55 e.4 Gawler Towu..... ? ...Oefartttre -9. 20 — 5.5 Bflaeworthy ? ? 9-4S , _ 6.1 rreeMail ? V io.is _ ;? ^ lCap«ada... ? ? ? Arrival.. . io.4sr — ?.t Karanda . . .. - ? ? Depart ur. 5I«w — ^ F»eilnt.„....... ' 8.30 — 5.0® Boaewerthy ...^.\ ? ? ' ' 8.48 — s,i« Gawler Town...... .......Arrival. i. 9.06 — Gawler Town, ? ? Oepartun 915 1.30 e.45 taMhMd^.:. ? ? u -30 1.41 e.«o Sattabory..;. ? ? — . « »45 2.00 *i5 Bit Creek..; ? . — ? ' 10.00 - e.a 0 K«rth Adelaide ? ~ 10.16 2.31 e.4« | Adelaide............. .....Arriral... 11pl25 2. 40 g.55 j Tha S«&day ; traina leave Adelaide and Kaponda 8ta»oaa at« a.a. pa altcraatagnndayi.

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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 23. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 24 February 1866

FaiBAT, FsBBTTiRT 23. r - ? J» Bak-tr was brought up on rx-mand charged with stealing a mare. ?: ... . ^ Mr Kuditll defend -d the prisoner. Geo-ge H iines stated, that the prisoner pfid^ d' ck-jd a mo'i of horses wltn him at hyndoch^ Vdltev, amongst which he observed the mire in gugstiML. pi'l not see th« horses put .in, ih:' pvUack. aaw them after they were.thereJ Tlie m bwve driivered to the police. : J»\n Bar iHtcHtoborated the evidence of tleJ prevbas witatt*/ : ' Paul Batreroir staged llut about, two weeics; ago prisoner came to hifl house, ndrn^ a horsp, in the eve iing. Next; morning prinaer rud* away -m a horse, which the prisoner deicribt^ as similar in brands an-l marks' to the horse m quertion, ; *???:-- The prisoner was. committed for ? trial ^*t -th^j next - ritnii al Sittings of the Supreme -Courfel,, . The' same p- a ner w is 'then ch irgppd w'trh' stealing a '-btse branded 'M near fchoulder, ili - property of Benjamin - * l%€wey; ^ftC .*e^df Mk iO atnheBurra. 5^' ;&a...

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POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 20. [Before R. J. Turner, Esq., S.M.] [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 24 February 1866

v. . POLICE COURT, '? TirrsoAY, FsBrnJiBT S^- j f : . 'fRefote B J. Turner. Esq- SJL1 - /obi Baker was -diargcd by Ctrl - 1 olilman with f-tea-ing a nia e belonging ^ him. Carl Pohiman, fHrmer, at. Tanunda Creejt, deposed that he-had seen a dntk bay marc now to t!ie police -yard. Witness ide -t'.fled the mare. Cast Saw the mare in October at Tanundn Creek, running at large with his other horsey. '. Bad never sold the mare or authorized, anyone remove her. Mi*sed her in - October last, valued 'the mare -at XIO. Mnde enquiries, ifter the ?raluVicOn ¥»Jiru.iry . . ii^jrmcd tut the priswer was in possession iu lae 'fitaK; and .was working her. Knew the prisoner. Laid an information, and obtained a '-rar?afirt. first saw the mare 'since he had Josft her list night at Lymloch Valley in a mob of horses in possession of the police. v — ?' Cross-examined by Mr. Ruil;ill — Did not know to whom the p-iddack belonged which coo tained the horses. Did hot advertise- the horse, nor give informatio...

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GAWLER INSTITUTE. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 24 February 1866

' ; GAWLER i^SHTTO - ^ I A «p&cial general rBeetinj: df 'nxtobets ot flfe ' In*titttte.c*Uod.hy, the Aasittsqt S«*etary, far. thtMrpoteof^S^iig *PT^«t.'Viw|*iw1 ^eqt,' T ceasufer»and (^wmlUwAfcn, wairhrfd ih thU Mdnd*r .ereni nff.' SO to tO ni^mbera - Mirtin, to nnHmiti-wt»Iy caIlW tb'tli0 cljw?-'?.- ''-. * The Chairhax read the adVmiaeineht eaHinjj the n»eelK«®.'J''H^ 'stated tie T*as not certain as to the:.-^nM9 of the ienflmati-ms iffafch had occnrte^- 'The businewr of the ffcretent nweiiuit v'iH& successors die-officers «b»-had rwfined- He obaerrtd th*t the late Jfwddeit - sftiie Socie^p van not pmnt -rHe*^be«fore hf^»ed that the tlce-Pre»dent woald eXgihub inittwi ' . .v ^ ? — - , 5fr. EbB^TS (late Vice-rpe«ident- *aid.J»he beat way: woaH* Ittf te rad -the^miaute* of the preViima meeting, which wa* done. - . Hr.C&iiiit atated tiiat ^ie minutea -.wefe Inesiist-- ' ^ . . ?'.'??? ^IfibncMa^and if _toe Jw^ignaUona h%a been^URXptedf - - ?- «- v remarked ' tha...

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DISTRICT COUNCIL OF MUDLA WIRRA [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 24 February 1866

[?] . « -?- ;r» ?U»J : ; -st *s A^lllefca? 'and S-5ow*.-Mr.-Sawle: to' teaira tha-Qoiony, ?_ ^ in histieoignatioffj »6aandkir, whi&msaceepta&Hhnd a vote- of thanks-from t^CpincSlci*totol^forhialong.oo«-t tinned co-operation with them in the -'CounciL: jaectionof CouncillOT to fill VaeaiKy to beheld; on Monday, 6th March.' Mr. MiMahon at tended ther. Cornell idat^' to conveying a -«a£B&ole ~to the€ouBeil for a water reserve at ' Sedtioa-^T7, -Binf: Light, and oanduded tnttfra^i tiwnfor.' Mr. Bobinsoa offered that wafawhole i&8eotion 3Siaiii^farl9theBst9ayenat.'fteligl^! - mlriJiwi^ia«lrhijfr, niiW ; . Mr. Goesdon'a 7 ofl^lnuinUBO too hq^brthe Seetiatt J^^fcliBatwa kto be offerodto^biin* -ya&^kjng »ant In for clearing. rowf'Bear bouAdaryHne, and Out vas-oonsd^: m «at 'to ;l»^fjHtotiiBdt ' -'tenoMr at JB6 T7g/jiin riWrf a .for ro£d' through :%a&6rfcoW»ear Baxkn's'tlevd. mas&gs ofAj&wga School. a^ajakuig invesjjfrgaiuML.. w...

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GAWLER LOCAL COURT. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 20. [Before Mr. R. J. Turner, S.M.] [?] JUDGMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 24 February 1866

- ' RAWTfiRR 'LOCATi COITET. Tttsunr. ^ibbcakt SQ. ?? ; - ?^||rfor» Mr. Bfe 3- Turner. S.M.] tnsBiTWQ3- mw-nsv. * Pov«Aat t. SlAT«nu-4SatB !?* m w. in thia caae'na order was 'made «m the l$th 4« -fcir 10s. per week in defendant's nbfeace. The defendant stated that be had dope work for which plaintiff denied. . Defendant thad-aBawed fudgasentxto go by dofsult. He &kdbeen alre-Bdy 14 dayasn gaol, and expressed his wiUiqgnesa to go th«e again. : -. - CSttsadjomwdforawe^ to aBo* defendant itnte spplk^ is ^GeBrtratdtaistB ttecdarsebe wonldtsfe. I . ? ' ? - Ks*nx ScmtmoK.T^So a^eanner. ? .Bill' «l Thwai fnr 95 weeks* L %c2f&imen, At pWntiff.aaid he enga^d ?o wots for defendaalk Hjawagea ware to be »a. per w^ Had J*e«5*ed moaigr «? «»»», Gharla yiJwar atated'that the plwntjff .entered |b eerrlee ow Ais «ethAafins*» at Its, wsf weak Continaed in the aanjp|jp.^|gwt**» Lshktt Urn Jabaoaiy. m- wisft wafso 4s» t» tto _- tnl flMed a iwhiA waa for keep of t^. : - ? Ptaiati&amp...

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COMMITTEE MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 24 February 1866

COMMITTEE MEETING. 1 ?' :jj^_ Committee meeting _was held tost evening fqr 'repairing tihe report ^ .the gentlemen' who had been |autbiorised to maVe the arj^iigeniente , a^). Mj^ Hutdbihson for ,tfie puf^Kaao of the the-'giiaiypl ggy bsUding for : the jlnoUUite; Mr. B^berjbs (Vioer^esident) . *n the chair. It was an w^Wnaa that; fhe purchase had been com and .a iram of JC225 paid on account. A Bp«k Committee was appointed, consisting of If— cth. Roberta, Nott, Thorup, .and J- O GmJiiii.Tiiasii Bn'r^t Clement, and Ifidud he«g eM«sa Bo^taimneat Committee lite naoal bmuieea lisPnng been disposed ca, the meeting adjourned. .

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TALK OF THE WAGS. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 24 February 1866

TALK OF THE WAGS. - Tbe talk (o^ the wags) is that if the' verbal spar between Messrs. Coglin and 'Strangways had given place to » real duel -in that ' other place** alluded to by the former, a scene would have occurred' Worthy of being immortalizedin the world's ifecords ; thht the rigorous eyo of the onec and the.. vigorous tongue of . the othei #6uld have ^howa to great advantage. i The talk is that Mr. Strangways is the best ahtised man in South Australia that while his dogged pertinacity -and^ ferret like penetration are gall and' wormwood to an opponent, they com mend him to his constituents ; that his ' warm .reception the other night at Hind marsh would compensate him for much of^the rough handling he has elsewhere received. ... .... ? The talk is that the Register » ' Idler' broached a 'comical' doctrine in relation to the resignation of Canon Coombs ; that the course he took was the only one he could adopt to re-establish the fact jo£. the existence of a branch of the Epis...

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WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 21. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 24 February 1866

Wbdnssdat. Fsbbuabt 21. In .reply to the Hon. H. B. T. Strangwayii, the Chi-?f Secretaxy s tated that the Commm Bion on the Northern Territory -was not yet 'Completer and that the ? proceedings of' the Commission would be either public or private as idiight be.-decided on by the members. * - -5n the 'motion of Mr. Santo, £30 was added 'to the salary of the. Clerk, of the Waterworks, ; making. the f ulljsum £220 per' annum- . '. .''' . Mr. Gooae'a motion relating -to hghthouses -negatived..: ? ? ... ; Som6 of the clauses of the Licensed fTctual ^eis Act were reconsidered, and the Act recom- , mitted. --. ?- ? . r The Waste : -Lands Act Amendment. -Bill, after ar !-ai^ . discuBsioni .was. read . the ; third* ''tii&e and' passed.' ~ - J .. . (' The second report *£? ^Committee v-op the j Supreme CourtBaiwasadopted., -;V -.-i ,u prdgresd^Wa*rfi«ade with=ti»e ^ai^eral Lifiiatitfs Act Amendment ;]?ill.- 74^ a ^fe^^il^SdrViceiAmehdrnentc^iil was l^d' th^. first time. ~ i. . Mr'. Sa...

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THE POT CALLING THE KETTLE BLACK. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 24 February 1866

T^FOtc^fitrsa tss jMirr^B£«€BL Boeae 'On hoard the Myn-Herr Ton Punk. Qiorjgj Pcigjr. ud _B&le -B»dc dncoTertd A %|||k® -»otile ofc echiiap£ ' ! ' . m^r^riecpy. old fellow, m report you; Hjst iflutotftTeport joxL . . 6. P.-^-Don't now. T-» iW it onfee, you v tu«v sitdi'gol ne dissted. BeSdes you're ' as bad as m§ j and West if Idca^t report |fou. J B. B- — Nothing Wibe tisd, Qebi^j1. Fsra yan'-T^ee if. I don't md 111— go— a£d — and (wkb* ineffectual attempt to rise, but finally j leJta hw head -on the table and snores)'. & P.-Bbf TO— hiccup — HI go an* report -him head-quarters. iee if tdw't' (Reports: lu»:«ecwiBBfhr. andggts himsuspeaded}.

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MIDNIGHT CONVERSATIONS. Madbole, February, 1866. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 24 February 1866

:MII^S1GST Madbole, -Fehruarv. 1866. Custom House—Well, Pump/ .you're been y&cy taciturn of late— nob« single growl', have we heard from you for the last mopth ! ? Has nothing happened to. ruse-yqjqtF bae ?. .? ?Whafa your private opinion of ^the - p«blic poll ey of - our ParliamettfewyBPOutftrs? - v ? ^ t .. Pump — Oh, cuss 'em.! there aint 004 on '-&m a^is- Tcorth.-wistin* breath .-about. Tears agoue 1 used to advercate universal snfffapug, vote, by- ballot; andiall -the pints o' iheiCharter, but now*I begins to see viy f JHy.' II uaed tot-hav^ an high opinion of the warkiu* 'im jtus right# and destinies, tryannial Parliaments, and what ncit V but' I ? shall - go back to dekpotism-an)i- n^mitfees.- .'Jjevcis Napoleon And- the Ht-tto«r craV of KoOshia **^-them V my- mottor Howi.. }Vby we was a thousand tiatfes- bett^r-oif ^ witit ^**aa*stwMun»e what was what- JTow .L should, like to know*' wkkt does .a bit-o£a-hole Ifite tfiisC j^aiut near the size of an^or'niiy'Ea^...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 3 March 1866

Cavrler Matk^t, March 3, 1866. fiARMONIUM, FURNITURE, BOOKS, HORSES, GIG, HARNESS, MILCH COW, Ac., Ac. pETEB BOWLAEB lias rwelvea JL instructions 'from the 'Rev. W- Brown, ?who is leaving Gawler, to Sell by Auction. ~fco the highest bidder, in Mr. CLEMENT'S o'clock, the whole ofhis Surplnfl Fumltaw, ? Books, jfcc^4fe|^iSS^a^- Vi*— — : s . _ ? . ? Tr«rn)miii]M - SaEft Coueh , r ?? . H-ostihfurArm-Chflir |- Lounging do. ; Children's Chairs '? Waahstand I Plunge liaiii. Frenoh-polish©& Cedar 33ook Shelve* ? ' Maps ' : - Lamps . Clock - Pictures A variety of Kitchen Utensils ^ H-nd a lot of Miscellaneous Articles too numerous to particularize. ALSO, COO 'Volumes ol Choice eucl 'Well-Selected Works. After which 'will be sold in the Yards* 'Bay Mare, -'Jessie.' Chestnut Horse, 'Sainbo** /Gig, by Cotterdl \ Two Sets Hamesa Mikh-Cow. Positive Sale. Bb Seserre. Monday, March 5, at 1 o'clock. AT TENEFEIGHT, NEAR ONE TREE Hllili. PETER ROWLAND has been in ' sfcructed by Mr. James Campb...

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Varieties. [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 3 March 1866

^arietits Why is love like the letter R?~-Becaus£ it makes Mary marry. What is the difference between a steam b#it and a flower girl?^-One stems the the other tided the stems. Why cannot two slender persons ever be come great iriehds ?— Because they wffi. always be slight acquaintances. Ah old lady wants to know, if the compass has a kneedle of thirty-two points, how 'lons it woald take a woman with such a make a shirt? A womsQ said 'in a p6lice-c-5irfc the. other day, thai before msarisge her hnsb^nd pre tended, .to be much struck with her, but now she was every day 'Struck by him. j A milkman the other day in ^taking of th^ dnlness of the market, said, ~X can't make anything now-a-days, ths^eis so much compo ? sitim-in the business.' fie probably told the truth unwittingly^ - An Irishman having arrived from Dublin at the house of a rfespeptafcfe merchant in tho Borough, and having left Ireland three week? before, brought with him a basket cf eggy. His friend sited him why he took ...

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[?] THE SWAGMAN'S DEATH.] [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 3 March 1866

Igatl's -§snttr. TEDS SWAGMASrS DBATHil ' 'J - 'LiffHTtheJSra, sling theJbilly, * .* Boll The rising sun bids Md bag-feMf _ Ijjjt ; - Letme cut my stick. t ^ Jfor footland shelter iuyouf Ihit .V To you my thanks arejdne j . Aidwb^JSkeep.abut a^fseif _ % illl^ltelameiorycBK ? ^ gfi£j(gceIgo, jasb step outade, L . ^^iji-tcnae explain, 'Wlw^iiifaiacka must's make,-befor4 ? Myl^^eitey'sendlgain?' W^,ifeeanger, whenjoncrossJfch« rangi 4 Ih^son keep afcyour badk- Yoo^Q find a bush-road over ther$ - ? Then keep along the track ?Till you. osme t6 tho wattle ccedt'— ? But I fear you'll find it dry; * If 't is you'll never cross tho plain, * | And so yon'd best not try; . ff1 But to the river, track the creek f And 'keep along its bank, *_r You'll kuoj,v when you come neurit. /* As the reeds grow tall and rank^ I* 'Twill take you three days longer, . . \ ... But that will be your gain; | . You would die for want of water ? If you try to cross the plain, tt Come fill your hilly 'fore yocLga. i...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 3 March 1866

Delicts lo Csmspaiititts. Wk would im^rees on oar correspondents the desirability of sending their communications . as early in the week as possible. Even whon received in good time some letters axe unavoidably postponed as on the present oocasion, but the chance of disappointment ' 'must of oourse be much greater when , the oommnnicatjon Is yooeiyed litse. Our advear tfmng fiaends also will oonsult their own 1 interest by sendixur advertisements in the eariy or middle part of the week. Through the pressure of the, show details, and from other causes, to are obliged to omit our Parliamentary article for the present week ; considering the barrenness of events, our readers will not consider this a very heavy . affliction. We believe that the report of gold in the im mediate vicinity of Gawler must not be received implicitly- That a piece of quartz with gold in it has been found we think there is no doubt; but 'one swallow does not make summer.'* In reply to several enquiries we beg to...

Publication Title: Bunyip
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bunyip — 3 March 1866

'HottOWAT's SHStTStEJTT A3TD ftlis.— HEABTT ASD-I HEAi-rnT.—'i'he experience of thoo^ii»ls, boti »t-home and abroad, has amply (Semonstisted the ptwer pos sessed t»v those healinjraad pqri^ring- renifidi^ s- 6f re moving eutaneons ert}pHon«, repairtog oloersf:o is-, «mi : relieving fistulas and aheeesses. Xbeee b'dd a evils frta«*etiSy iol- of ^err comfort, thro* gh. tbe re- ' lnctaaee of the sufferer to expose hia iiifiru itr. HoUo way's Ointment supersedes such dreaded } i-b ieity by -witliin the reaelr of all plain inarructi jas for ! curing tAesisehw, any dasga. md without tt«B necessity of mentioaii^- ther stalidv to sav one. The Ointment aad FQla inn liknrfee cc» T-ad legs . scabby Taehes, and tho& tilexnfehes ^liyich a4** from th« abnee jn«nry mA cf trthtr dei«teiicn» iru. *.

Publication Title: Bunyip
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
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