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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 27 June 1879

THE PHOTOGRAPHIC ATELIER, 95, RUNDLE-STREET. CHARLES NI^SCHE, ARTIST, TOGRAPHS FINISHED to LIFF. SIZE in OIL, WATKRCOLOB, MEZZOTINT or other Process from Carte de Visits, £3 and upwards. FRAMING DONE AS USUAL. MELBOURNE BOOT COMPANY. 98, HINDLEY STREET, Have opened as above with a First-Class Stock of English and Colonial Booty and Shoes, Which for price and Quality cannot be exeelled in the coiony. Special attention eirea to bespoke Work. Lasts Fitted for the^Feet, and all MeasuresT&ken Reserved for Future Orders. EDWARD WIIiLCOCKS, 9LACHISTST, BLACKSMITH:, & WHEELWRIGHT, Commercial-street, Kooringa. E. W. begs to inform the Public in general that he is now prepared to execute every lescription of Work in the above branches on the most reasonable terms and on the shortest notice. HOE3ES CAREFULLY SHOD. In order to prevent disappointment Fanners should send in their Beapers for repair. THE 'BURMA RECORD;' A Weekly Paper for the North and North-East. (Late 'Burra New ...

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The Brands Act. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 27 June 1879

[The Brands Act. HHHHb meeting was held at the Barri Iau'c oh Thursday evening, June IS. to ^Uss the Brands Act of 1879; the Mayor of ^^Mtra COr. Nesbitt) in the chsir. ^^^H. Wabebs moved the first resolution H^^nat in the opinion of this meeting the Brands Act i.», in the main, suitable to the re quirements of tbe colony, end it is desirable to give it a feir trial for^ say, a year, during which time any defects will become patent.' He said a great clamour hed been raised against the Brands Act. Whelh r there were any grounds for it they were met tp discuts. He noticed that where the le=.st stock was kept the most noise was made about it. For instance, at Woodviilc and other places near town, where pesp'e only kept a few head of horses or cit tie. By the ne* Act branding was ljot compulsory a uy more than under the old, only if a brand tic: u?ed it n;uet be registered. When he first be$!!i' In adding lie found a t^ifficuhy in having a du-nrcuve brand, sn-j after all bB-i to place v...

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IMPOUNDING NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 27 June 1879

THrPOUN'DIS'G NO-lCSS. . lYiJLi. r':ii.^ — ' '?'?? ?? «f '?' Public i i p,;T4j](i \\ (-?)?.? r. d roan acri j ' wlii-e st«e-. ?':.-.. ??? iiorns.- branded tike ^ : (anchor) cffiuuip, like v^, oil nbj, like in distinct brand near ribs. If not claimed, will be sold Jane 28, 1879, at iioon. — Samuel George Puiindkeeper. BALDRY — Impounded at the Public Pound, Baldry (nearest Post-office, Leigh ton). One dark brown mare, star on forehead, long tail, branded like * conjoined over f conjoined near shoulder; one bay cob horse, star on forehead, like a brand on near shoulder but can't describe if, unbroken. If not claimed, will be sold July 3, 1879, at noon. One red steer, enaily horns, a little white on belly and tail, no brands visible ; one black steer, snaily horns, branded like rtB near ribs, slit in near ear; one red steer, a little white on belly, no brands visible. If not claimed will be sold July 7, 1879, at noon. — James Burden, Pound keeper. BALDtNA. — Impounded at the Public Pou...

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Open Column. The Editors do not hold themselves responsible for the opinions expressed in this columns To the Editor of the Record. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 27 June 1879

Oosa Column. Ttio Editors do not hold tb.tinsslv.is rotpoa Bible far the opinions expressed ir. this columns To ths Editor of the Record. Sin — Uan you intorm me ratepayers oi Eaiiett why We do not eee reports of the pro stedings ot oar Council now as we ueed to do. Are von columns too full, or the clerk too busy, or tbe (Jouncu desirous oi carrying on uusuiess in a hole in the coraer trey. We certsiuly like to. know wlidt is going on, and the present is a Tevorablo time to rectify tha matter, in the ehoics of Councillors who will e.e ? our wishes respected iu this matter. I am, Sir, ? - A RATEPAYER. [We shauld be glad ta publish reporis if sent to U3 Btiil as »e have always in the past but for 60ine ra .sou they have not beau fcr wardad. — Eb J

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NOLAN VERSUS BATCHELOR IN THE LOCAL COURT REDRUTH LAST SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 27 June 1879

KOLAN VEASITS BATCHBLOB1N THE LOCAL COmiT EEDdUTlI LAST SATTTttnAY. Sie— No! feeling satu&eo with tae plain tiff's etzteaieBt, that he inspected the books of Mr. J. W. Davis, the jewellery ia BundU-street, Adelaide, and fouaa his narce entered as heving -3Ught the broach. 1 wens to Adelaide on slonday, end was very kindly shewn the entry -y Mr. i)ovia*s book-keeper, the entry was ia Sovember, 1876 ' C.a. Brooch, No.— , £1 L5f.' but no name of purchaser. .1 enquired sriiat C.Gr. meant and ha said it was for ?ulocial goii, therefore the entry meant colonial raid br Joeh, (not a malaciiito and gold brooch) in answer to my enquiries, he eaid s man come ibout a v.eik ego and asked if they iisd an 3Qtry of the sale of a brooch about 35-s. ^ust before Christmas of 1876, end tha entry in November was the nearest to date and price he coald £ud. So that bqv other person may have been the purchaser cf the broeeh on t!ieir books. Now, KcSan in his evidence (sworn to) sa:d he fouud the i...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 27 June 1879

BIRTH. HARRY— On Tuesday, June 24, at Koo- ringa, the wife of James Harry of a son. Both well.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 27 June 1879

U7AT C HES & pLOCKSJ ricancd tisid Rewired. Snvivo Machines j jut ia good Tfrorking order, snd broken purtr ?epl&cfd or tneadcJ, ewi a'i ilsch cf iv.jrk dive. , Liso Uiibseixas snd pABiSCJ-S repciitd by 1ELLIA1 RSGHAH03, 4.BEEDSEN, NEXT IO OPIE'S EOXEL. TUBE WELL PIPES Uj) to 6 iuche* i:; fiiasjieior, BOilUG RODS, TOOLS, ASD WA-rEE-EAISISG M2CHIXEST OF EY£KY DEsCEIPlIOS 31ADE TO ORDER. Boring-Tools and Apparatus Let on Hire. O{TTES examined and niost suitable p=.«i:i--ns j recommended by an Ariesisn Wt-iiborer of grest experience, cspeeia'iy en j»23 : for xhie woik. Apply FSiNCIS CLARK & SONS, MACHINE BY IMPOKTKUS & MA5U FACTURIKG ENGT.VEEKS, BLYTH-STiiEEr, ADELAlDSi. J. H. HO2WOOD, Mancger. K.B. — Sole Makers of MnjLE&'e Paeest ExPAKDisa Bounra TooiS and Herwood's Improved Continuous-flow I'umps and Chain Water-Iifcrs. SELFISHNESS IS A MOST DESPICABLE PEOPEWt SLTV. Now what shall we Bay of ?he man who obtains erery conceivable sort of maehiue...

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General News. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 27 June 1879

General Hews. The Itev. Gr. Taplin Superintendent of the Native Mission Station Point Macleay died suddenly on Tuesday. He has published m work in' Aboriginal customs and languages, A team ot soutn Austrauan JOOiDuiera nas left for Victoria to plsy a msteh their. The Glare Railway qaeation is being again agitated and the opinion expressed that the Government estimates were very much exagger ated. The Northern, Argus reports that Mr. John Carter, farmer of near Clara, wca a short time ago on a visit to the North, and on lbs night of Wednesday, June 18, he remained with Mr. Barker, Booieroo,*who is an ineimate acquain tance. He left on Thursday morning with his buggy and pair, hot when about nine miies en his homeward journey must have besa sud denly seized with a fainting fit and have fallen out of ths trap. He regained his (senses about 3 or 4 o'clock on Friday morning, but it was dark and he had no idea where be was. He had held fset to the reins, and tbe horses were standing quitc...

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Inquest at Aberdeen. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 27 June 1879

Inquest at Aberdeen. Mr. J.D.CaveJ.P. held an inqutst at the'Bon A coord Hotel, Aberdeen, on Friday, the 20th instant, on the body of W. C. Beasley, who cut his tbroat'in a bedroom at that hotel the eatne morning, jur. J&tcnara Jjeanove was xoremaa of the Jury. William A. Stewart deposed that deceased came to bis hotel on the arrival of the midday train on the 17th instant, bringing a portman teau. He took dinner and tea that day, slept at his house that night, and bad breakfast next morning. They had very little conversation together, a- deceased appeared reserved. He left far Hallett by tbe midday train on th 18th, and returned to his house again-after the arrival of the 5 p.m. train from HaUett. He had tea and a bed. He did not get up to breakfast on the 19th, but came downstairs about 10 a.m., when he said be ' felt poorly and would like to have some beef-tea or grneL' Beef-tea was prepared for him, which he partook of ia his bedroom. He remained there until about 3 p.m....

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Macleod of Dare. CHAPTER XXIV. ENTHUSIASMS. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 27 June 1879

Macleod of Dare. CFTAPTLB XXIV. EXTHTTSIASMS. CFrom Sarpert Maaaxinti. Ehe was seited alone, her arms on tl e table, her head bent down. There was no red rose sow in the white morning dress, f -r she had given it to him when he left. The frail November sunshine streamed into the room and pnt a shimmer of gold on the soft brown of her hair. It was a bold Etep she had taken, without counsel of any one. Her dream was now to give up every thing that she had hitherto cared about, and to go away into p.irate life to play the part of Lady Bountiful. As-d if doubts about the strength of her own resolution occasionally crossed her mind, could she not appeal for aid and co 'rage to him who would always be by her tide? When she became a Maclpod she would have to accept the motto of the Sracleods. That motto is Sold Feat. She heard her sister come into the bouse and ehe raised her heaa!. Presently Carry opened the door ; and it was clear she was in high ?pirits. ' Oh, Mopsy,' said ehe— and thia...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 27 June 1879

AUGTIOHS. CR-'A ilOVTHIA' MiliKEI. Friday, SvAj -i. S T OX, SHAKES, & C O . r ii si-li as jibi/Tc — ?OO snEEP 3,000 [HA.T AND STORE SHEEP. 180 °'™ 130 PAT A5D STORE CATTLE. 22 HOESiiS 23 IGIIT J-21D hlLAXY HOUSES. tsio i-T, k is a :?: k ?, & c o . : i:.-\!i r-c-ivf! i...-:ri.vU-''iiii 1/0:11 ilr. , -.«!! i- .- i- ? 'a | J !.'? :..lCJti : i 'L1 FV:'in ??'.?, ' liclriagca ? ,- v.'.-i-cv:' : 'j ? ' r,!dcliJi-.': HL LliI-.'Hi' AMv=3 IZoOiilSG A jLI- :-j.iV-:i: o'clock. | -- ,; o ' , ?? ii a r: r s ' & cn.| l-::v.j L ? i ':.v.:r:.: v. ;::i ii.sTUCiioas fJ'COI j Xi':'--.: S-. !.-.???=; in .-i?;'- a? ?_o-:v» — r' ? VALUA1 i.i; I'i;O;-KKlY in ;?:.!..? i - .o'-iE^iT ??'?: f:in:ijg about li .:? A :t'.i'. lw.;'. i'L-'U^U of -1 roorog. : I! 'I:. .; l-.v! *?, S t'-'li. - :/i o'jJr but- I ]ie;.'.-. . V.',.:! u;' ;;v'.~ ?.?.?i.l-r. The !,??:;?? .??!» iir.e'j i c.^.cJ t-r Mr. X:-.;,— Ei.:Il\-:=;--- Aa. LilE 2ii:iE?.i' .'.?,,; 3, KOGiiLsGA Friday, Svly 1. at -ru:.:?. o'clgik....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 27 June 1879

BUSINESS DIBECTOBT. ^J^j. per quarter, 2s. discount if paid in H^^. advance. ^^ AUCTIONEERS. fc LKTON, SHAKES &/XX, Kooringa. COLES & GOODCHItD, Kooringa. BUTCHERS. C. and E. GEBHABDT, Aberdeen. BAKER. F. GEBILARDT, BLooriaga. BOOTMAKERS. W. ANDERSON, Kooringa. CORN PEHU.RS. J'. ROACH, Burra MilL INSURANCE COMPANIES. AUSTRALIAN MUTUAL PROVI DENT.— A. H. Fordeb. COLONIAL MUTUAL. — F. W. Holder. SOUTH BRITISH FIRE INSUR ANCE.— F. W. Holdkb. MACHINISTS. STATTON & HENDERSON, Kooringa. IMPORTERS. DREW & CO., Kooringa. GENERAL BVSHES3. PROPERTIES FOR SALE. F ^ R BX S. APPILA. ftQ-t ACRE8 Known as SULLIVAN'S OO-L 8 fint-claai Farm in good heart, all ploughabte a large portion has been cropped snly once. Plenty water. CCO ACRES, close to the Township, *J*JA well improved, plenty of Water. BELALIE. -g C\C\C\ ACRES, '600 Acres plonghable -LU/vU remainder Spendid Gracing Land. UAOX-BGOH—-; ? -—- ? CiftCi ACRES, adjoining Pekina, one of the U / U ifost Convenient...

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Local Court Redruth. SATURDAY, JUNE 21. [Before G. B. Scott, Esq., S.M. and Messrs. I. Killicoat and W. R. Ridgway J.P.'s] [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 27 June 1879

local Court Redruth. SatttrdayI June 21. [Before O-. B. Scott, Esq.. S.3I. and Messrs. I. - Killieaat and W. S. KMgwa? J.P.'ei Gebhardt v. lirew vna u.twr. xms was an action against TSrew as executor under the ?will br the late W, Oliver to rec-rer £72 19a AA h-lanr-A tdnn rn shefiD fiD?d in 1S7S. Mr. Packard for FiauituT Sir. .Hosier iar ae fendeut. ? ? - ? Guslav Gebhardtj *he«pfirmerpf Sleckeroae wss ia Germany in 1875 fa&viog left tb brother Ernst Gebhardt tominagethebnsisBSB? snd be he lisd done somo business .will* Oliver. After ha had returned to the colony and Im-, mediately after the death of Oliver had wen M-. Drew who disputed the amount of the bill tendered to him and eaid he could- not pay: interest for dnrin» tfce life of Olirer bat if the account could atand over he would allow the -interest from faia death. '??? By Mr. Hosier — Could not eive theenet daje of that conversation. Did Dot know what was sold as his brother did the business as hia agent. Ernst Ofch...

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The Leader is crowded out. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 27 June 1879

The .Leader is cfcrwded oat ' The Prince Imperial lias beea killea at tlie Zulu. War' was the message brought by tb-e telegrapli oa Monday last. We can scarce! v imagine in this -art of the world the iiniiortance of tlwj j lews to a lai^ge party in FL^jmce, nay ;ven to t3ie v^hole nation. The -leceassil | Prince was 23 years of age and li:id' 5oae out to Zululand as a British Volunteer after being trained in the Royal Military Academy at Woolwich, where he made himself a great fovorito with his fellow students and won very lii^hhoaors from his superiors. His life lias been one of visissitude having «jeea born while his father was in the height of his popularity as Emperor cf the French and having after his '? baptism j of fire' at tha opening of the Fmnco Prussian YvTar been obliged to &y to ? England before die Hc^ubiicau spifit of j the French nation when he Wi-.s 14 j years of age, and now undtr the British j nag, not by ballets of civilized SGidiers ! bat by -iiie asss^a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 4 July 1879

MARRIED. BBUMMITT— KOACU— On July 1, a^. the Wesleyan Church, Bedmth, by th B*r. E. W. Campbell, assisted by the Bev. J. Bieks ford, Robert Brummitt, Bi.B.O.3^ of Kooring»t to Jane, youngest daughter of Mr. John-' Soech, of Aberdeen. ' ' ? _' *

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District Councils. BURRA, SATURDAY, JUNE 30. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 4 July 1879

District Councilfi. BUBB»»;,«AXDW-Ar, Jnispiso. /Stoction Tnootitog June 3O «? Uouncu dhamber. Opuucillor fineby \ Brtnrning —-~ Womm^ionj for iforttFonJ . J. Setri-dfdsHideieotwt ;i* ?**???» ' v ~r86mOt.War&-r* -^. J. Frsdd, dad»nd«lMfed: , **&iddU Ward— ,«. , . f. . _ 5Bi W*aam i. *^. ., .. .„ ?--'? .£.J«aw« .-:. ,.:, . ;.: -??;.- ;, ?..: -4makon-~ ? U : --.JE.Av-Jaffliijr^. , ...' ?^ .F.W. Holder . — \ --^:aF.J6. White . Skctian S» JDddlejWari and Auditora adjoafawil-jtfr '1lTjji|dsyt OjOj;. 1S^^ Mr. B.

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Auburn Notes and Jottings [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 4 July 1879

Auburn Notes and Jottings Numbers of the Auburaities both old and young were anxiously looking forward for the first of July. When tbe morning came, and it was seen that frost besprinkled the earth with ?ui Hwwjr woiwnea;, many Hearts rejoiced at ahe prospect of having Queen's weather for the Service of Song' to be given in the Bible Christian Church, which was decorated in an artistic manner with mottoes, bouqueto, wreaths etc, et&, by the teachers and scholars of the Sunday School The attendance was not what it ehould have been, but still it was good and appreciative. Tbe solos were effectively given by Mils Paton and Miss Bowe, the latter lady being at a great disadvantage through having had but one practice. Miss McDonald was to have taken it but was unable to through illaeas. The connective readings were given by the Bev. J. Bowe at one time, a minister at the Burrs, in an impressive manner. Tbe pieces rendered were numerous but the best wers *? The War Cry,' « Strike t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 4 July 1879

WATCHES & /BLOCKS Cleaned and Repaired. Sewing Macktkbs put in good working order, end broken part* replaced or mended, and all kinds of work done. Also TTmbbkccas and Fabasoxs repaired by WILLIAM RICHARDS, ABERDEEN, NEXT 10 OPIE'S HOTEL. TUBE WELL PIPES Up to 6 indies in diameter, BORINa RODS, TOOLS, AND WAfER-BAISING MACHINEBT OF EVEBY DESCRIPTION MADE TO OBDEB. Boring-Tools and Apparatus Let on Eire. OJITES examined and most suitable position b ^ recommended by an Artesian Wellborer of great experience, especially engaged for this work. Apply FRANCIS CLARE & SONS, MACHINERY IMPORTERS & MANtT FACTVRINfi ENGINEERS, BLYTfi-STEEE T, ADELAIDE. J: H.; HORWOOD, Manager. N.B.— Sole Makers of Molb&'s Patent Expanding Bobhtg Tools and Horwood'a Improved Continuous-flow 1'umps and Chain Water-lifters. SHiJLFlBllJNJiiSJS IS A MOST DESPICABLE PBOPEKt SITT. Now what shall we aay of tbe man who obtains erery conceivable sort of machine to assist him in his work, ...

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Open Column. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 4 July 1879

Open Column. Tha Editors do not hold themselves reipoo sible for the opinions expressed in tab columns To tie Editor ef Os Beeord. Sib — In renlv to ' Ratanaver' in rha 'BrrjtrA of June 27th wishing to know why the reports of the Hallett District Council are not published in the Beeord I beg to state for the information of ' Ratepayer' that reporting the Council meetings is at the option of the Clerk. The Council wishes that the report of every meeting should be published, and if ' Ratepayer' ii ' anxious to know what is going on he had better attend the Council meetings as they ait with open doors. I should like to know the 'Batepayer' referred to as I might get him nominated ee a councillor and as most of our nominations were informal he has a chance to rectify the matter himself. I am, Sir COUNCILLOR.

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HANNON, JUNE 30. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 4 July 1879

w'AHsnifr. 'jimi 3». ElscUon JDpetogr at:, .Ccm^J^ober. ?B^'VsUHBCm' y, rife, cjg 'V1-^ &-£ *'**g*rf^ ~ jvw *a-JB ....': Peter aohl,depUr«i*kob»a , - Waii«mB.Gik» M ? .-k. -lemeDtCrreea .; -v ^M - G«orge Hudson .. ^^M ? ??? . , £dmund A. Jafirey ~~ ^^^B . John C. Sandlaad '... .'- ^^M Election for ttrfe Anditam adjourned to J«^^H Goundl met same day, fsneni' Ors. IC^PM (duarnuin), Rogers sa»d Turner. * U - CooncU mi, w Commisswurrs of rotda to ? oonnier s»y objecteons to.devirtwn cf romd ? dwidmg «^»-b ^887, Chun ft«ek. Also, aew ? «^Uking»K»tionqC85?»kms664e3386t-esr ? OfllettV, wrveyed br %^^»«» V* I mio^mfirmmrihe dwUtion. «* ocbufef^ of mads. v'. .^ -'?-:s- .,- ^.i, - _ , Letters neeivid. J^tam JpStuiBotd eoard tint tiiarSarrafo* l»d boea mtmoted to ti'1' ?cttoo with xtfoenea to nasl at Sections 1012, 1,014. ' ? j^. -... Item Crown I-nds &*» i-m«tti y ,11,(1 mmt of tbe brand -WB to Gosa fiaada// P*^o« aame Mdfying the mitugmmm\fa Wards a* asked for in memorial. J...

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