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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 25 July 1879

V BTTSnTESS DIRECTORY. 10*. per quarter, 2s. discount if pud in advance. ^ ACCTIONEEE8. LISTON, SHAKES *jOO.f Kooringa. COLES & GOODCHILD, Soaring*. BAKKB. F. GEBHABDT, Kooringa. BOOTMiKIIS. W. AJJDEBSON, Keomga. COB* DEAIiEBS. J. BOACH,Buie»MiIL INSVBANCB COWAMIBS. AITSTRALIAJr MTFTOAL TBOVX DENT.— A. H. Tosdbb. COLONIAL MUTUAL. — F. W. Houder. SOUTH BRITISH KBB INSUR ANCE.— F. W. Hoicn. MACMIMI8VS. STATTON & HEWDBRSOH, Kooringa, hkfobtbbs. DREW k CO., Koorinpk GENERAL SVYXVISI. PROPERTIES FOR HALEL APPILA. /*O1 ACBRS Known as SULLIVA1T8 QOl afirst-dassFarmin good heart, all ploughable a large portion has been cropped ?nlyonoe. Plenty water. CCO ACRES, dote to the Township, OO4 W.U improved, pkniye* Water. BELAI1E. 1 AOA ACBE8. wOO Aem aloaghable 1020 leaetaderSpencKd GwSglsmd. LACK BOCK. £-7£ ACRES, adjoining Tekint, one of the V/U Most Convenient Sarsas in the Forth, and Good Land. fCJQ AORKB. capitally impend, 2Rm 0*fcO I|||Bdt ^.e to BaOway, aa Good a Arm at the...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 25 July 1879

BIRTH. PEARCE— On the 21st of July, at Baldina, the wife of Henry Pearce of a daughter. Both   doing well.  

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Macleod of Dare. CHAPTER XXVIII. A DISCLOSURE. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 25 July 1879

Macleod of Dare. (From Harper's 2Iaqazine\. CHAPTER XXVI1L A DISCLOSUBB. And so this Court of Inquiry wat formed ; i with oce witness not altogether unprejudiced ' in f iving hi* evidence, and with a judge ready to become the hccomolice of the witness at anv point, somehow iiaoleod avoided speaking of Gertrude White's appearance. Janet m rather a plain womin, despite those tender Gel' ic eyes. He 6Dcks rather cf her filial duty and her sister]? sSlction ; he minutely des cribed her qualities S3 a houne-nsietrers ; and he was enthusiastic abcui the heroism »he bad shown in determining to throw aside the g'it tering triumphs of her caliiag to lire a simpler and wholrsomer lit. That passage in the carter of Hiss Gertrude White some what puulal Janet Macleod. If it w«ra the case that the ambitions and jealousies and simulated emo tions of a life devoted to art had a demoralising and degrading effect on the character, why had not the young lady made the discovery a little earlier P What ...

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CHAPTER XXX. A GRAVE. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 25 July 1879

CHAPTER TTX A GEAV2. In the by-gone days this eager, active, stout limbed voung fellow had met the hardest: win ter with a glad, heart. He rejoiced in its fV.niiaAndii vnrsad nnircnifca ? rtn Aft*. n*e irafii against the driving hsil; he langhed at the drenchine spray that sprung high ever the bowB of his boat ; and n hat harm ever came to him if he took the short-cut across tho upper reaches of Loch Scridain — wading waist-deep through a rni'e of sca-wster on a bitter Janu ary day P And whera was the loneliness of his life when always, wherever he went by tea cr shore, he had these old fiiends around him — the red-breaked sea-pyots whiirine along the rocks ; and the startled curlews, whistling their warning note across the sea ; acd ihe shy duck, swimming far out on tbe smooth lochs ; to esy nothing of the b'aek gamo that would scarcely move from their perch on the larch trees as he approached, and the deer that were more distinctly visible on the tar heights of Ben-an-Sloich when ...

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CHAPTER XXIX. FIRST IMPRESSIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 25 July 1879

CHAPTER XXIX. FIKfiX IMPBES3ION3. L»dy TUadecd resainrd obdurate; Janet went ebout the house w;th s sad look on her face; aisd llecieor1, tired of t'-o fonntl cour tesy tlf.t Bovcrnrd tbo n 1st ior.e between his mother and himself, ?p« nt most of his time in f-nipe and duck shooting tbout the islands, braving the wild winds and wilder seas in a great open lug-sailed boat, the Umpire hbving long ago been rent to be? winter-quarter. But the hsnb, rough life had its cempeiisstion. Letters enrur from the South — treasure* lo be ' pcred rver r.i^ht after tight wi»h an increasing winder and Edrrjiratiori. Miss Gertrude White ?was a charming letttr-writirg : ard now there was ne- reireirt at all evtr h-r frenk confes tions end piovful humcro. Hrr letttra weie a prolorg»d chat — briel.t, rerxiblir.p, merry, tLcuglilfu1, just es tf'e mood occurred. 8l»e told him ol her rvreU »ct- ntures end tbe inci centp of her rvcrr-dfcy life, eo that h« could delight }:in ?eJf with vrr-d pictures of herar...

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The Week's Parliament. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 25 July 1879

The Week's Parliament. In the Council on Tuesday tbe Chief Secre tary stated that the Government intended to continue to carry goods t-eyond the border on the JScrth-Weet Bend Bailwav at a reduced rate but that they did not intend to euDsiaize ihe carriage of goods by steamer through the mouth of the Murray. The second reading of the Bankers' Books in Evidence Bill and the Electoral Bill were again adjourned. A Supply Bi'l for £400,000 wbb received from the Assembly and committed. The Adelaide Sewt-rs Bill wee taken through jomtnittee aa was aito the Lodging Houses Bill. The Babbit Bill made no advance. Tbe Report on tbe Shareholders Bill was brought Up. In the Assembly petitions wtre reseived for a Jetty at Waterloo Bay, against the Dog liili, and for the amendment of the Brands Act. Tfco Treasurer declined to stare the exact terms of the Bgreemcut with the Associated Bauk.e Mr. Brny gave notice of motion|for the information. A nuojber of questions were replied to. The Local Improv...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 25 July 1879

Hollowiy 's Pitts, and Ointment — Dise»s« of Women. — Medical science in ail age9 hat; j been directed to alleviate the rutny tsalacies incident to females ; but Proffesor Holloway, by diligent study and attentive observation, was induced to believe tbot ncturc bad provided a remedy for these special diseases. He has, after v»et research, succeeded in compounding hie celebrated Pills and Ointment, which eaibcdj the principle naturally designed for the relief and cure of disorders peculiar to women of all age« and constitutions, whether residing in warm or cold climates. They hare repeatedly corrected disorder! functions which have defied the nsual drugs prescribed for such cases ; and etill more satisfactory is it, that the malady is relieved comi-letly and permanently. i To Owners of Stallions. E2JTISE CAEDS and RECEIPT BOOKS '' to be had on tlie shortest notice at the Record Office, Sltrkel-square. j . . . s Young Emperor. r& Suffolk l'uricyi, dark bay, with, blact points ...

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The Sharebrokers Bill. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 25 July 1879

The Sharebrckers Bill. The following is the report of tbe Select Cosotaittee cf tie Legislative Council en tbs SlisrebroierB BiJl ce brcuglit up on Tucida-r J«zlv22:— ' icar Cccinjutc hcvirg eisrarned waitresses ec6 hevinp- osix-fully considered their evidence - linve tho honcr ;o recomenend that tho present Bill bo withdrawn, snd s. novr Biil introduced, eao bodying the following provisions, viz., thtt — ' 1. All ebarebrokcrs should be licensed and eworn. ' 2. ^Ihe arnaal licensing fee be fire pounds. ' S. Ko bond be required. '4. All transactions in shsrrs effected by brokers be recorded at the Chamber of Cem merce, or other ploco to be appoitited by the Governor; a'd written p-rticulars of all such transactions (staticg the numbers of chares sold and prices obtained), completed during tbe twenty -four hours before 2 p.m. on cash day, ehall be delivered to the pereon appointed to receive such particulars before 3 p.m. on the s*mo day by the selling broker. ' 5. ihe provisions in c...

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District Courts Bill. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 25 July 1879

District Courts BiiL The Hon. Attornej^General has aston ished every on&by his action on Tuesday last as to the District Courts JBi%r . Jhe Ministry have virtually said that tfcugli there are. two. lawyers in the Calnnet yet Mr. J. W. Downer, M-P./is wiser than they, and. at his instance, they have entirely changed 'tJieir policy on the question of Law Reform. The pro posals of the Government have' been almost universally ^condemned because instead of extending either of the systems now income ^entirely new proceduse'. was to be :esj^,blished in District Gourt8,\^md. now following the, lead of Mr. Downer, and yielding to the almost unanimous feeling of the Assembly they have decided to remodel ' the Bill, and in fact to carrjrrtiiroughi an entirely new measure providing for' an extension of the Local Court system under superior- magistrates to Seal with larger cases.- Whilst we think that the Ministry have snowed culpable 'wjeak-1 ness in their action, and that it is, a nust...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 25 July 1879

ATJCTOINS. BURtlA MONTHLY MiBKKL Friday, August 1. AT O&TE O'CLOCK SHARP. LIST ON, SHAKES, iCO. will sell as above — 2300 ™e^™ 230ft, By order of Mr. W. IL Bid»rd»— 250 Fat Wethers 300 Ewes with Lembs at foot 400 Young Sheep On another account — 1200 Ewes, in good store condition On another account — 200 Good Store Wether* 'I Oft HEAD STORE & FAT lAfi -»-'' CATTLE. AW On account of -Mr. Jos. Lewis — 40 Head Splendid Store Bullocks, half ftt On emcount Copt. Sanders — 40 Store Cattle On acconnt Mr. W. Alflerman — 10 Young Bollocks, in good condition, with Tackling On account Mr. A . Boulett — S Ballooks end Tackling On acconnt Air. John Bpckworth — 8 Yonng BullockB, with Dray ard Tackling ebrapVte O-j LIGHT AND HEAVY C)-t On aecoont Mr. H. Collins — His Entire Horeo *&obin Hood' Also, ; One Horse, Spring-cart and Harness ? : One SpHer Bnegy One Express Waggon &?., &a, &-. Saturday. August 2. mi WALTER WALPOLE, INSOLVEJTT. AT THK COUfiTO...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 1 August 1879

MEDICAL. OUGHT AND EYE DISEASES MORRIS'S ML'ERIAL EYE OINTMENT PfiE-EMTNENT for the Cure of Australasian {light and all Inflammatory Diseases of the Cvf 8— Chronic Diseased KyeJids— Bestoring Sjelashes — Bleared Eyes — Ejes nudond ,Veak from night work, and toe only known lemedy for tTiceca on the iCyebaUa, &c. It □ay be applied to Infant*, and the size of 8 ;ruin of rice to Adults thrice a day cures the rorst cases. The Sale of this Ointment duting he Eye Kpidjmic of the Wt year has been lnpar&Ueled— a tew .cxtbacxo. From Mr. 3olm Gardner, of OxUy. Your OtHtaiaat is loing great service hare, many base derived iub&taritial benefit by using it. I nay mentioa jarticularly the names of Mesers. P«tw IUid, lecrge Kirknp, John Jack, farmer, Danitl iTaUli, farmer, all of Oxley, who bare had sore ?yea of long standing on whom the Ointment worked like magic. — From itr. Ogle, Cnomiit, Maryborough. Our Ointment b-e efieclej most aetoniehing cures ia this distriet. For ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 1 August 1879

THE PHOTOGRAPHIC ATELIER, 95, RUNDLE-STREET. CHARLES NIESCRE, ARTIBT, ?UOrOGRAPIIS FINISHKD to LIFK SIZE in OIL, WATHECOLOB, MEZZOT JK or other Process from Carte de Visit*, £3 and upwards. FRAMING DONE AS USUAL. MELBOURNE BOOT COMPANY. 98, HINDLEY STREET, Hove openfd ap above with b First-Class Stock of English and Colonial Booty and Shoes, Which for price and Quality cannot be rsaellcd in the coiuny. Special attention «»ir-33 to bespoke Work. Lasts .Fitted for the^Eeet, and afl Measures Taken Reserved for Future Orders. ' EDWARD WILLCOCKS, MACHINIST, BLACKSMITH, -£? WHEELWRIGHT, Commercial-street, Kooringa. E. W. bags to inform the PubHc in general tbat he is now prepared to rsecute every ieecription of Work iu the above branches on the most reasonable terms and on the shortest notice. HOB3ES CAREFULLY SHOD. Iu Oi'der to prevent disappointment Farniexe should eead in their Eeauerg for repair. THE ' BURMA RECORD ;' A 'Weekly Paper for the North and Sorth-East. (Late 'Burra New's.')...

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Topics. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 1 August 1879

Topics. ? * ? uua readers vri'u remcn.ocr that last week we statad tiiat ihe motion in Parliament to open Ileading-rooaib and Libraries frosi oae tc sunset ca Suadavs vrajsa'jywu.1 iirju s-j as tu uuuiin tiieopiTiioil of the country on it. Ths Register stated the next day tLat tlie matter was not one that the House should order if the people did not desire it, yet. if even a small minority strongly cbsired the priv«lege the House should grant ft. Now passing by this last statement vrith the remark that we can uofc understand wliy the minorityshould rule in Has case and tbe majority in all others, it remains evident that as the matter staads inaction is consent, and to take no steps is to allow the fe^iiFuo clamor J&M^r the opening of these' places en th€ Sunday to gain their end though, as we believe, they are in a very small minority indeed. Though we do not think that the views of a large body of colonists represented to the House would be disregarded as the Register sugge...

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CHAPTER XXXI. OVER THE SEAS. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 1 August 1879

ciiAPrEtt xxxr rivm tut: st^as. cut no harm at all came ot that reck'e^s ride through the storm ; and i.i a d«y or two's tiire JIac'eO'l had almost sr^ued himself into th: belief that it was bat natural f r a jounc girl K- oe laEcinatea Dy mese 1 cw inenas. And hovr could ho pro'est igansl a fancy-dress ball, when he himself had gons to one ou hia brief risit to London ? An I it vris a prof of her eorjfiience in him' that ehe wished to take his advice about hex ottu j c. Then he turned to other icattcre ; for as the Blow weeia went by, ono easeriy difponfd to look for tho signs cf the coming spring mio-ht Dccasiutttil'y detect a ppu- frfshness in th morciDg air, or even find a little bit of iha whiriow-grtsa ia So-^er among the moss of aa old wall. And Major Stuart had co»«e over to Dare oace or twice, and privately given Lady ' Macleod and htr niece suoh enthusiastic Bccoucts of Hits Gertrudo White that the references to her forth comire visit ceased to be formal, and became fri- i...

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District Councils. HANSON. MONDAY, JULY 28. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 1 August 1879

District Councils. HAflSOS. Monday. Jura 28. Present — Councillors Tohl, Peat, Turner bui) Goodridge, Clerk rpad Burning Officers report of Council!- ru end Auditors elected. Cr. Ton! appointed Chairman for ensuing year. District Council with memeriate in farorof the lse of safely matches only. £eceived. From Outnct Council Asso nation with notice ot nesthi?. From Chiif Inspector of School*, bat tne building -closet accommodation at HaofQP «« -wider consideration. From Drown Lands Offi-e, that in fatane nogrprtdf. rare of private aooscriptioiu would fee nuppie. nented without the Commiftaionen pu Sin unotion and not until the mooej m ftetoWr in hand. From Surveyor General with Koi. ind artft* «f Actions sold in theHnndred luring niat jeer. Kctam of Uoonidkn. auditors and Officers for ensuing year filled op rnd signed, to be fotwuted to Grown hands Office. Orem-vr repor-e i hairing spent SOB. ia repair of ford near GeUeUV. - Approve^. Deputation waited on Council to point out tic fol...

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BURRA. SATURDAY, JULY 29. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 1 August 1879

BURBA. Sjltt/kbat, Jutr 29. sr resent — uonncUIon Pindi (Chaiman) Dew, Fradd and Jantea. Bate of 6i. inAa pound. Adopted. Council aojounud. '

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 1 August 1879

ZS. 'Wa^LZ&3SSTXS3E&9 PAINTER, GRAINER, PAPERHANGER; GLAZIER, SIGNWRITER, &C. 3Efc Jl 3J IECp IT TB? JBC - Ceilings and Rooms Colored, Cart and Coffin Plates written on the Shortest Notice. mMHm A. *WsT^p ^^ *S5 JIlBK ^% A- TT._ W. H. BAT CHE LOR, HAMPSHIRE HOUSE, COMMERCIAL STREET, KOORINGA Has on band a Ii«rge Assortment of Writing Desks, Work Boxes, Jewel Cases, Dressing Cases, ^ Card Cases, Cigar Cases. . Also an Immense Stock of Paints, Window Glass, Paper-Jtangings, Brushware, Ironmongery, etc, etc. ROB I N & HACK, Timber Merchants, Builders, % Contractors, Sabnia Tmber Yard, Port Adelaide. Timber of all Kinds, Cement, Piaster of Paris, &c Galvanized Iron, Guttering, &c Bunders* Ironmongery. WOOJ- SOUSES FRAMED OX PREMISES. PAD MAN & CO., Importers and Furnishing Ironmongers. ~|j1iBtfBBS and Persons about to Marry, or desirous of Furnishing Economicallj, *01 X* do well to ftivs us tfadr address Bedsteads, Hattr^vses, Tabl...

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BLACK SPRINGS. SATURDAY, JULY 26. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 1 August 1879

BLACK SPfilNGS. Satpbdat. din.T.26. Present — All but Or. Turner. Minutes of last .meeting read and confirmed. €onwpoa ienoe. . From Crown Tmrifln Ofilce TCapecjfinjc tbeeubsiduing of prirato CBbaimptiwuhwin^ lorm attached. From W. 8. Bdhnett offering;.'' £1 for tbe remainder of galvanised iron on Use -' roof of house formerly occupied by B. 8mith. ? 9ffer*uot*accepted. Work ordered on Xl^r«t»ir BosxL Special meeting Angus t 9 to XMMire tendera. Paymeata, £3 6s. -

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 1 August 1879

To Owners of Stailioi&s. THINTIRE CAUDS and RECEIPT BOOKS ly to be bad on the shortest notice at the Record OEics, Market-square1. Young Emperor. TS a Suffolk 1*11^, dark beT, vrith blsc** points; ^ot by 'O'd Enr.peror,*' out cf ' Dacdess ' ('? Duchess ' by ' Old Emperor,' out of ' E:npress ',) both imparted. This wcll-Vno^n iSplerdid brrir-- will tra^l this eesson the Hundreds of Eoldino 3Dd Hon gclata. P. HO^£YCnUDCH. Young Ranter. rnHIS Splendid Draught Entire Horse so I well descended will travel this season as under comnifn. ing August 26 h : — TODKCr BAXTER will travel lit. Bryan, Cartapoo, steyine one night at Mr. Wise's farm (August 26) ; Hollett, Tommy'* Gap, staying one niiht at Mr. Tiver's farm, then b*ck so Utlooloo and down to Hewlett's (late Hogg's) farm a ad back to Burra, repeating the eame every nine days. Fur Pedieree tee cards. Terms— £2 12a 6d. (with 2». 6d. eroomaffe, payable at eery ice) to be paid J ^nusry 1, 1S80. Mares can be paddocked at 2s. 6 1 per...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 1 August 1879

Hblloways PUls. can be confidently recom mended as a domestic remedy for (he ailment* of all classes and conditions of people. Young and old of both sexes may take this medicine with the certainty of deriving benefit from iff use, when disorder or disease is making them miterable. Holloway's POls are umi vailed for their purifying, aperient, and strengthening properties. -They remove indigestion, palpita tion, and headache, and are specially service able in complaints peculiar to females, Each box is wrapped with printed instructions for tbe guidance of invalids «fao will readily understand, from carefully studying them, the beet way of recovering health. HoQowayV Pius will work a thorough change in the con stitutions of the weak and nervous. MISCELLANEOUS. RICHARD WARD BEGS to intimate to bis old friend* and customers and the public of tbe Burra that on MOKDA.T, JULY 14, be will recom mence business in Coaimerciiil-efreer in the premises lately occupied by Mr. C. W. Berg. He hopeB ...

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