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MELBOURNE STATION PRODUCE REPORT J. H. CLOUGH & Co.'s REPORT. April 30. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 9 May 1879

MELBOURNE STATION PRODUCE REPORT J. 11. LXOtfOH & Uo,'s KKFOET. Aotil 30. Wooiu — We have no change to njte in this market siuce cur last report. Two small sale? are announced to bn held this week, and ire propose holdinc one next Mondav. Q::olatior.e tor goon ana superior quail' in are nominal only remnants uf c:ipe end email lets cf scoured being placed on the market. Seeks. — This market continues firm, and our usual supply for the week bas been cleared out at the following prices, viz :— Butchers' pelts. Is 6d to 3« 3d ; full-woolled, 3s to 4a ; lambskins, Is to 2s 3d ; and dry skins, 2s to 4s 6d each; station skins, in bale*, 41 to 6d pcrlb. Hides are as quoted last week, and a full week's offerings have been disposed of by us as under: — Green ox, 13s to 45s each; «v-w, to 2J 1; Victorian sBlteH, 2 J i to 3J3; New Zealand 3J I to 44 ; ai.d c&lfdkios, 2d to 2}i per lb. Tal£0W. — No improvement can be noticed and a want of firmness is evident in this line. We hav...

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Macleod of Dare. CHAPTER XV. A CONFESSION. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 9 May 1879

Macleod of Dare. CHAPTEB XV. A CONCESSION. (From Harper's Magazine). ' I have passed through it, of oourse,' his companion said, more and more amazed at the vehemence of his speech. 'It is there she is now — I have seen it in the papers ; and it is Newcastle — Newcastle — —Newcastle — I am thinking of from morning till night, and if I could only see one of the streets of it I should be glad. They say it ii smoky and grimy ; I should be breathing sun light if I lived in the most squalid of all its houses. And they say she is going to Liver pool, and to Manchester, and to Leeds ; and it is as if my very life were being drawn away from me. I try to think what people may be around her ; I try to imagine what she is doing at a particular hour of the day ; and I feel as if I were shut away in an bland in the middle of the Atlantic, with nothing but the sound of the waves around my ears. Ogilvie, it is enough to drive a man out of his senses.' 'But look here, Macleod,' gaid Ogilvie, pullin...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 9 May 1879

BEATTrS'^'- P| A IVI flR «nd upright, are pro ^^I^^^^^^j^V^ nounced by the precs AND thc people as the most beautiful and organs. sr.r: WASHINGTON NEW JERSEYS cured. Sent on' test trial, and pronounced the best in the world. Beat tj's celebrated Golden Tongue Parlor Organ. Any manufacturer challenged to equal them. They possess power, Septh, brilliancy and sympathetic delicacy, ex quisitely beautifal solo effects, and the only Btop action ever invented that cannot be dis arranged by use. The bellows capacity is eo great but little effort is required with the feet ho supply all the air necessary. :Best made and most elegant cases in the market. All Bolid wood ornaments. Every instrument fully warranted for eix yean as strictly first class, and sent on from 5 to 15 days' test trial. Address — DANIEL. F. BEATTY, ?Washington, New Jersey, United States of America. BEATTY '™~~ There is no manufacturer of Pianos and Organs in this or any other country who hos received as many unsolicited e...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 9 May 1879

Hollowofs PSUt.—So Mystery.— When ever the blood is impure or the general health is impaired the human body is predisposed to attacks of any prevailing epidemic The first indications of faulty action— the fust sensa tions of deranged or diminished power should he rectified by tbess purifying Fills, which will -deanse all corrupt and redoes all erring func tions to order. These Pills counteract the subtle poisons in decaying animal or vegetable matter, and remove all tendency to bowel complaints, biliousness, and the host of annoying eyir ptoms anting from foul stomachs. The fruit season is especially prone to produce irritation of the bowels and disorder of the digestive organs; both of which dangerous conditions can be completely removed by fiolloway'a corrective xnidicines. MISCELLANEOUS. RUNNING in my Paddock for eome time past at MTittie's Flat, near HaUett me BRCWN MARE, branded lS~ near moulder, the owner can have tbe aame by paying expenses, and applying to JAMES riVEB, Halle...

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The Overland Route. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 9 May 1879

The Overland Bonte. We extract the following from a letter (just to hand from an old Burra resident who had got as far as Bombay homeward), and whicb has kindlv been placed at our disposal :— ** On beard the Biam we had a most pleasur able trip from King George's Sound ; the table was first class and was supplied with every luxury oee could wish or imagine, and scores of dishes that I had never heard of before. I was never able to get through the whole pro gramme, but liked all I tasted and however hungry I may have been when I sat down I felt by the time I reached the 6th or 7th course that it affected my appetite. The table was supplied with an abundance of every kind of fruit and vegetables, and as mueh ice as we liked. We had some very good singers and players on board, and there were concert?, dancing, &c., every evening. We bad the piano on the quarter deck and a clear space on each side of ISO feet long by 12 feet wide, and every thing was as well carried out as it co...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 9 May 1879

PRIZE WINNOWERS! PRIZE WINNOWERS!! TO SAVE LABOR IS TO SATE MONEY. JAMES WHEATLEY, MACHINIST, KAPDWDA. legs to inform the Farmers of the Colony that last season he had to DECLINE NO LESS THAN 57 OKDEBS for his CELEBRATED PRIZE WINNOWING MACHINES, In consequence of sucn orders being kept back eo long. As there is every prospect of a good harvest n-.xt season, J. W. would urge on those squiring hie Machines (the advantages of which are too well known to need dilating on) ie expediency of 8ESDL8G IN tbeir OBDEKS WITHOUT DELAY. These Machines CARRY MORE SIEVES than any other Winnowing Machines, aving TWO DRAKE SIEVES. O' These Winnowers have taken First Prizes wherever exhibited. lGENIS — Jamestown, Thomas Garter ; Kadine, Brown & Sons ; Moonta, Warn .BroB.; Melrose, W. Marshall ; Terowie, Thoa. HoBking ; Orroroo, Gmeiner Bros. * EDWARD WILLCOCKS, MACHINIST, BLACKSMITH, & WHEELWRIGHT, Commercial-street, Kooringa. E. W. begs to inform the Public in general that he is now ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 9 May 1879

OTSTEBS!! Jysters* Saveloys* Polonies, Slack and White Puddings fresh every day. -0KK SAUSAGES & BRAWN ON SATURDAYS. At G. MAYGER'S, Market-square, Kooringa. W. ANDERSON, Wholesale and Retail Boot and Shoe Maker, COMMERCIAL-STREET. KOORINCA. *? L LARGE 8TOCK OF ENGLISH AND COLONIAL MADE BOOTS AND SHOS ALWAYS ON HAND. s- Trade Suffixed at Moderate Prices. Bar aibs Neatly Exxcutkd. Oedebs Pbomptly Atxbjtdxd to. rust received a Large Stock of LADIES' LASTING BOOTS, Latest Style FURNITURE & CARPET WAREROOMS, 103 RUNDLE-STREET 105 FURNITURE ^v jBL £^9h_ Htl BKDB8KLS, F0' w rn Inn rH^'-- AvT nrr^ tamsibt, DINING- VisW«9HHs^B^^Bl5SLJPK|^BSU booms, ^^aJ^^SaPsP'^BE^^aiHiisaiBi^Bi^ A3ID DRAWING- JI^B5ssBraBliiHsSBfls^B3By KIDDER BEDROOMS. ^plsj(gggjgJg^*Wgg5ggj5^flBi^»^ Chimney-Glasses, Floorcloths Linoleum, Bedsteads, THE PHOTOGRAPHIC ATELIER, 95, BUNDLE-STREET. CHARLES NIESCHE, ARTIST, TOGRAPHS FINISHED to LIFK 81Z3 ia OIL, WATi£BCOLOB, MEZZOTINT or other Process from Carte ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 9 May 1879

BURRA TIMBER YARD AND STEAM SAW MILLS. ? ??? 0 ? — DEALS- DEALS T. & a. FLOORING. CEDAR, GUM, JARRAH. STRINGYBARE. KATJKI, CLEAR, AND HUON PINKS. DEAY SHAFTS. Galvanized Iron. Galvanized Iron. Galvanized Iron. Bidging, Guttering, Piping, Cement, Plaeter of Paris, Paints, Oile, Glass, Hearth Stones, and every description of .Building Material. a, & W. SARA & DUNSTAST, Builders and Timber Merchants, /\ 'a^g*B^5T^.*ar*a%'aw-a ?-a'l^J'_ FROPBIETOBS OF THE BUKRA BRICK YABDS. O- AGENTS FOB THE IMPERIAL INSURANCE COMPANY. COMMERCIAL STREET, KOORINGA. W. L. H. BRUSE, Cabinetmaker, Builder and Undertaker. ? o ? N.B. — Funerals fiirnisKed on the shortest notice, and on the most reasonable terms. 33. m k 3E* Jstc* 3ES IE3 C5 3E3 9 ~J3iaUB.OH 111)11, 5LT% j^^tP -=9~ Tt tlOOIv»Xl^llT»i Mjachinist, ytiKr^y^j Etc., Etc. COACHB UILDER. All kinds of Ironwork, New and Repairs, effected at the Shortest Notice, and at Reasonable Prices. Satisfaction Guaranteed. Horses Carefully ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 9 May 1879

BUSHTESS DIRECTORY. 10a. per quarter, 2a. discount if paid in advance. AUCTIONEERS. LKTON, SHAKES-;CO., Kooringa. COLES k. GOODCHILD, Kooringa, BUTCHERS. C. and B. GEBHABDT, Aberdeen. BJJ&ER. F. GEBHARDT, Kooringa. BOOTMAKERS. W. ANDERSON, Kooringa. CORN DEAIiEKS. J. BOACH, Burra MilL INSCRANCEICOMPANIES. AUSTRALIAN MUTUAL PROVI DENT. — A. H. Fordeb. COLONIAL MUTUAL. — F. W. Holder. SOUTH BRITISH FIRE INSUR ANCE. — F. W. Holder. MACHINISTS. STATTON & HENDERSON, Kooringa. IMPORTERS. DREW & CO., Kooringa. GENERAL BUSINESS. PROPERTIES FOR SALE. P .A. XC. 3MC S. APPItA. /?Q1 ACRES Known as SULLIVAN'S t)O -L a first-class Farm in good heart, all ploughable a large portion has been cropped ?nly once. Plenty 'water. CCO ACRES, close to the Township, OO £i wou improved, plenty of Water. BELALIE.J 'I AO/1 ACRES, 600 Acres plonghable -LU/wU remainder Spendid Grazbg Land. LACK ROCK. C$7 C£ ACEES, a^mning Pekina, one of the U / U Most Convenient Farms in the North, and G...

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COMMERCIAL. PRODUCE SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 9 May 1879

COMMERCIAL. produce sale. Messrs. Ltcehobb & Co. report as fallow* : ' Oar usual pale of wool, skins, hide*, tallow &o, &c was held on Thursday, April 24, at the aalerontn. fi-i1hf-rt-¥il««- ?han ? li-..~-i-.. catalogue was submitted to a full attendance of buyer*. Wool. — We catalogued about 90 bales, principally scoured. The quantity of greasy coming forwatd is limited ; the few lots sold wpre of inferior qtulitv, and realized from 5d to 7$ jmt lb ; the bulk of the scoured we had to withdraw, es the bidding-* were somewhat below owners valuation. Since oar last we h»ve sold t*o p reels, one inferior mixed end badly got up, at 10$ I per lh,fi *t and ceconde; and a parcel of this yearV pelt wool at 1* per b, fist, and feeondf. ifHXKFSKJNS continue to arr've in large qaaB tiiies, we sold -v«ry lot ci'slogued at advanced rates. The bulk of rhe skins wem riry anri in heavy condition, and fetched from l£1 to 3gJ ner ib. A large lot of erten skins (iiiied), firft ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 9 May 1879

AUOTIOHS. PBELIMIVABY KOIICB. TO MINING COMPANIES, MILLERS, SQUATTERS, M4CHINTST8, CON TRACTORS, AND OIHEBS. THB MACHINERY, PLANT, & STOCK OF THE KAPUNDA MOTE. LISTOB, SHAKES & CO. hare been favored with instrue'ions from the Kspunda Mining Company (Limited) and the Kapunda Copper Company (Limited) to eeL by suction, at the Mine, about the middle ofMay TRB WHOLE OF THE EXTENSIVE MINING PLAINT, MACHINE HY, AND STORES— 1 86-isch cylinder Buhl Engine, with two tubular boilers and 12-inch pumping «e»r to 70 fathoms connotate 1 30-inch cylinder Beam Engine, 40 horse oower, with tcro tabular boilers 2 12-inch doable cylinder Engint s, each 60 horsepower, with rersrsin? gear, four boilers and mountines complete 1 13-inoh doable cylinder Engine, SO hone-power, two boiler* and mountings, complete 1 10-inch doable cylinder Engine, SO hone-power, with boiler and mountings, complete 1 8-inch single action cylinder Bngine, with large Lathe and fitting*, complete 1 Portable Engine...

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Inquest at Baldina. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 9 May 1879

Inquest at Baldina. An inquest wss held at Baldina on Sunday, May 4, before Mr. J. D. Cave, J.P., on the body of Gottlieb Pfitzner, who was found dead in his bed on the previous morning. Johanne Pfitzner, widow of deceased, said he had been in good health lately. Saw him last alive at half past 10 p.m. on Friday last in bed. He was then as usual, about 7 next morning I found he was dead. I have no suspicion of the cause of his death, he has not been subject to fits of any kind or heart decease. I noticed a blue color in his cheek after death. He was lying on his back and his eyes were a little open. He had had his supper of bread and butter at half past six and made a good meal. He did not complain of headache. Mary Gratz deposed, deceased livied adjoin ing their house and she had known him a number of years. He was strong and healthy and had never known him ill. Was talking with him about 7 p.m. on Friday, he was then the same as usual, but was told the next morn ing he was dead an...

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CHAPTER XVI. REBELLION. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 9 May 1879

CHAPTER XVI. iEBEIXIOJT. And where was she row — that elrarige creature who had bewildered and blinded his eyes and so sorely stricken hie heart f It was perhaps, not the least part of bis trouble that all bis passionate yearning to ere tier, ai-d all bis thinking about her and the scenes in which he had met her, seemed usable to cor jure up any satisfactory vision of her. The longing of his heart went out from him to meet — a phantom. She appeared before him in a hundred theper, now one, now the other ; but all possessed with a terrible fascination from which it waa in vain for him to try to floe. Which was she, then — the pale end teneiti'vfl and thoughtful-eyed girl who lie'ened with such lutenee interest to the gloomy tales of the Northern seas ; who waa so fine, and perfect, and delicate ; who walked bo grccefully and trailed so sweetly ; the timid and gentle com panion and friend ? Or the wild coquette, with her aiclj, shy nayr, end her serious kugbing, and her be foolirg of t...

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Farmers' Association Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 9 May 1879

Fanners' Association Meeting. The usual monthly meeting of the Farmers Association was held at Thompson's Ansembly Booms, OtsUI Bronk, on Saturday evening last. The President filr. Ilaw) cresidad. Mr. jxeynoiuB moveu — -xuat tnis meeting reoora its thanks to Mr. Kncbauff, MJP, for his valuable paper on artesian wells.' Mr. Aun'ger seconded, rad the motion was carried anam tnously. Mr. P. B»wland, J.P, spoke of the necessity of ail persons entitled te a vote seeing that their names were on the electoral toll for the district, and pointed out that as tbe roll would be revised in June if they took no steps to ensure their names appearing they would be disfranchiced for- twelre months. Be would move — 'That the Secretary be instructed to make inquiries with a view of ascertaining whether the names of those persons entitled to ?- vote at tbe next general election are on tbe e'eotoral roll for the district.' Mr. Beynolde seconded. The Pnaident said she matter was mn important one, deserri...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 16 May 1879

MEDICAL. |^- HATEFUL— COMFOJRTING EPPS'STuCOA. BREAKFAST. 'By a thorough knowledge of the natural law* which govern the operations of digestion and nutrition, and by a careful application of the fine properties of well-selected eoooa, Mr. Eppa has provided our breakfast tables with a deli cately flavoured beverage which may save as many heavy doctors' billfl. Itisbvthejudicioas use of such articles of diet that a constitutum may be gradually built up until strong «nongk to resist every tendency to disease. Hundreds of subtle maladies are floating around us ready to attack wherever there is a weak point. We may escape many a fatal abaft by keeping ourselves well fortified with purs blood and ? properly nourished frame.' — See article in tha Civil Service Oaxette. Made simply with boiling water or milk. Sold only in packets (tins for abroad), labelled:— ,^J JAMES EPPS & CO., HOMOEOPATHIC CHEMISTS, 48, Threadneedle-ibreet, and 170, Piccadilly. Works, Euaton-road and Camden Xown...

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Burra Corporation. MONDAY, MAY 12. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 16 May 1879

Surra Corporation. Mohdat, Mat 12. freeent— jus Worship the Major, and vre. Geake, Batchelor, Bartholomew and White. . : MnmTM. :??'.'? ',:'?''.: TLe minutes of lest meeting were read and Bates. Several cases of applicants for revision of rates were dealt with.- - - ??-? ?? ?- '- ? - '- ? s- ? Mayor's Repose. -. The Matoe reported that upon the late Town ClerE iwgteotfng -to -produce the state ment of account required by tbe act or to account for the monevs the auditors had been instructed to gof through the books and vouchers. On being brought before ihe' court and after being remanded ? to- «ive him an opportunity to obtain tpon'ey, he had admitted the sum .short (£47 odd}( and- a diBtrea* warrant bad been jseued. If that did not pro-; duce sufficient he would be imprisoned. It was however almost certain that the whole would be forthcoming, and the loss to the Corporation would not exceed £3. He -had also obtained the opinion of Mr. Packard as to Mrs, Pearce?s claim, and was assur...

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Boring for Water. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 16 May 1879

Boring for Water. The fast summer having unfortunately proved an exceedingly dry one and many of our fellow colonists engaged. in Agricultural and Pastoral pursuits have suffered crest in conTeniiDn um pecuniary loss in consequecce thereof. Any information bearing on the means of mitigating t-r averting the xeanv service*, inconvroieEcea and losses consequent upon an iunifficiency of water supply in rummer by artesian or tbe tnbe well principle, will bo doubt be fully appreciated by your readers, especially by these who are interested, or reside in the great north-east country where surface supplies to often prove cmite inadequate fr~neet tbe wants and Necessities of runholden B. others engngrd in pastoral pursuit*. Titling it for granted that many of cur pastoral lessees have in tbe past eeaion seen the futility net to say folly of dependuig upon meteorological supply and surface drainage to meet their requirements. Tbe question arises What other sources of supply are thereto which...

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Macleod of Dare. CHAPTER XVI. REBELLION. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 16 May 1879

Macleod of Dare. CIIAPrER XVI. TLEBT.-LLIOX. [From Harper's Magazine), And therewith she sang fbese lines — giving «n rdmirable burlesque imitation of herself, and her own gestures, and her own singing in the part cbe was then performing : The morning bells are swinging, ringing, Hail to the day ! The birds are wingirur, singing To the golden 'day — To the joyous day — The momiiur bells are swinging, ringing1, Ajidwhat do they say * 0 brinsr my love to my lore ! O bring my love to-day! O !-ring- my love to my love t To be my love aiway !* ' It certainly was cruel to treat poor Mrs. Ross's home-made lyric so ; but Miss White was burlesquing herself as well as the song she had to siflg. And ha* her father did not know to what lengths this iconoclastic fit might lead lier, he abruptly baric her good-night and went to bed, no doubt hoping that next morning would find the demon exorcised from his daughter. As for her, she bad one more loving lot-k over the skins, and then she carefully r...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 16 May 1879

?MB H -VB ^— — g FURNITURE & CARPET WAREROOMS, 103 RUNDLE-STKEET 105 FtFENiTJJKE ^-L J^L C3^3i_ ' {&l BRUSSELS, BOOMS, ^Ba^BaliJM»s8aaBaBBBfe^Swia^^aH3H ^^ BEDROOMS. SP*^^j^p^^g^**-^g|yfjaai»BBl^^ Chimney-Glasses, Floorcloths Linoleum, Bedsteads, THE PHOTOGRAPHIC ATELIER, 95, BUNDLE-STREET. CHARLES NIESCHE, ARTIST, TOGRAPHS FINISHED to LTFF. SIZE in OIL. W AT KRCOLOB, MEZZOTINT or other Process from Carte de Visits, £3 end upwards. FRAMING DONE AS USUAfe. MELBOURNE BOOT CQMPAJSTY. SS. JMTOOTWrgXE -Sz CO— 98, HINDLEY STREET, Have opened as above with a First^Class Stock of English and Colonial Boots and Shoes, Which for price and Quality cannot be excelled in the cciony. 3peciB^utcnlion£!FeB to bespoke Work. Lasts Fitted for the Feet, acd all MeasuresTakcu Feserred for Future Orders. 1II5C ELL ASE0U8. ALWIN FISCHER'S STAB WASHING HACHOJE, CIRCULATING FLUE BOILER, JLNT) CLOTHES WBINGES. PATENTS APPLIED FOB. ^^a^BBBBBBBBBm^^ THE STAR WASHING MACHINE cleanses a small tub...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 16 May 1879

'Wtjt' at Whebledox.— The Scotch colony established at Wimbledon have bee* enjoying their favourite game of curling during the recent frost. A keen kurler and true son of Scotia left off rather a cood specimen of ' wnt' the other day on his losing the game, owing to the bad play of his partner, who happened on this occasion to be a Sassenach. Turning on him with a sardonic grin, tbe Scotchman remarked, ' Eh, maun, you'll ne'er mak' a curler in this warld, and you'll ne'er see ice in the next.' — World. ?

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