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RE TOTALISATOR. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 1 August 1879

BS TOIALISATOE. XO THSSOITOB. MB,— JferceiTing that an article, besot ?Tre Totabsatbr,*' has been pttbtiaWd \ several newspapers of the. ajoiiiinc; *'Jfr-»- snd copied in our country pms containing C most ooeura statemeuts about ttusinstsniias' I hope jou wiUgraatmeapaosinyour valnat paper to give the pub!io truttkful iDformati on thoeubject. In reply to the said article, beg to etate that the instrument is «.mt ingenious marking J^tard, amelul' for. na. ? commercial purposes, -as described \~in, 't Sydney Moriutg &reM vX October 8,18; a* fbtl»ws:— -uXhe isBtromeptjcanbe vtibst in a variety of ways for keeping' tallies at oheekf, and ebould be very valuable to the* tried managerv, omnibus, nOacay, a»-d steam boat companies; aufject to trifiingBiadificationi u it is -a complete check againvt fraud whe tvllyiog KU-nbers. Tbe Tolalisator was he»j. drat exhibited at the cricket match playrd 1 - the Australian Kleuen against Fifteen ofM« Soath W^alee ia D.citnb-r la«t,Mil thescor...

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CORRESPONDENCE. MOUNT BRYAN EAST, JUNE 28. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 1 August 1879

CORRESPONDENCE. (From onr own Correspondents.) MOUNT BBYAN EAST, Jm 28. Since n»y last we have bad ?ore* Fplendd wcathervthough at times very cold and frosty and theie hat been a rplendid f»ll cf rain ai i m^nmr Thn miw twnn In fsll shout. 7 o'clock on Wednesday evening, and lasted for more than five boon t the ground wia covered three or four inches deep, the hills were covered for thirty-six hours afterward*, and there is mow on Wouat Bryan Bang:: at the present time. Dhen hat nit been such a fil up here for something like eighteen years as there was last Wednesday night. The crops are looking healthy though some what backward on eeconnt of the cold acd frost, and the grass has grown very little of late. Fallowing operations have commenced and are carried on vigorously but tome of the new selectors are busy fencing in their erops.

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Magistrates' Court Redruth. WEDNESDAY, JULY 30. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 1 August 1879

Magistrates' Court Bcriratlt. Wbdhsbdat. Jinx 30. [B^ore Mesara. J. O. Cave, ff.P. fend 3: Onr, On the mfosmatHra of J. B. Crray, Corpora. - tion Banger, the fblbwing peraona wen fined Sb each and corts for atny faoneaaadaatcb s— W. Xa. H. Rnue. J. RMmnlann iP -4khhMit J. Lehmann and B.Boired, 10b. for dating on footpath in Aberdeen. . . Oibpeih& t. Bbavx; aBBault— It appeared from the cTidecee tuat Brady who at fgreigner assaulted Gxspring at Hallett, and after a lot -g' the defendant was fined 30*. aoefa -party ta par - own ooste. It was elicited that Oxspnns; bad ' agreed to settle di&tenoes by Ukuy SOs.as amends. ' ' ? ' Ssootz T. BTtTHPHEZB.— Mr. Faafcajxl for informant. InCsnnation for eruelST-to cattle of in£-rmant'e by setting dogs on aitihwarrying them. It appeand that the defendant who ia a young lad, was in the habit of conriuually worryine informant** cattle and injuring tbeut. fie was ftiied 10% and 20*. eoats. Some other caaes by Buna Council Bang-r wen...

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To the Editor of the Burra Record. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 1 August 1879

2b tie Editor pJUe BkrraSecord. ? Btt— Borne matent mtbeoourtto^darw&ai the oue of O'Brien ?.. Harris and ttOwrs when brought on. I was pleased to aae tbecood sense dup«yed by Mr. J. D.Gave, jjt^in leaving the tbe Bench. Mr. Cave being clerk to the District Council and being indirectly ioteresed in the above cup, X think be did what ma qnita rarrnrt. ffl nunnii^. nMitrs,] ^.uSAtfi,' ' . Isjdj&c^' - ; ?;?_? AL00KBBO5. Kooringa, Jidy 80. ' .- -

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Open Column. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 1 August 1879

Open Column. The Editors do not bold thnxwelves nspw ?iblefor theopinkms expressed in this column*.. tyfiRBor v. harbis akd othcbs. To Um Editor af-lk* lamL Sir— I wish to caU jonr attention to ibt above case that was partly heard to-day aD4 adjourneatoAugnstT. If Mr. rBtien takes case into court and flien cannot go on with it and asks for an arjonrnment; ean the defend ants and witnesses claim yonts. Iam.&e, uHB I5TEBB8TED. Kooringa, July 30. - - - -

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 1 August 1879

BIRTH. PEARCE.— On the 31st July, at Aberdeen, the wife of Mr. John Pearce of a son. Both doing well. THE RECORD. A PAPER FOR THE BURRA AND THE NORTH-EAST.     BURRA, FRIDAY, AUGUST 1, 1879

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

MEDICAL. f\ RATEFUL— COHFOETIKO EPPS'STOCOA. BREAKFAST. 'By a thorough knowledge of the natural law* ' which govern the operations of digestion aud nutrition, and Toy a careful Application of the fine properties of well-selected cocoa, Mr. Epps has providod our breakfast tables with a deh^v oately flavoured bevoragc which may aare us . many heavy doptorb' bills. It is by the judicious ? use of such articles of diet that a constitution may be gradually built up until strong enough to resist every tendency to disease. Hundreds of subtle maladies ate floating around us ready to attack wherever there is a weak point. We may escape many a fatal, shaft by keeping ourselves well fortified with pure blood and* properly nourished frame.' — See article in thj Civil Service Gazelle. ,.'. Made simply with boiling water 'or milk. Sold only in packets (tine for abroad), labelled j— ' JAKES EPPS &C0., HOMOEOPATHIC CHEMISTS, 48, Ti taadneedle-street, and 170, Piccadilly. Wtrrs, £uaton-road ...

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

BEATTVSViYXY 58%''VFVb JU'f=ggi!'I=™ts-» grand, square Ml £& Ercl 63 ^ 'nd uprifih-, are pro a~Bff^S_^^ta^3!^ nounced bj the pretB (S^D'tuD 1 eople us ihe ccost beautiful add Pvis^ A iwi o *weetest toned l*#trffji#\aTiQ« Pianos ever pi & yy_%#E,rio& b ufnc Lured. Sent on 'ett trial, und pronounced the beet in th-* world. Beat fy'e celebrated Golden Toneue Parlor Oraan. Any roanufneturer challenged to equal then. They possess power, depth, brilliancv and sjmrathetic delicacy, ci quisitely beautiful sol - t-tfcp.t^, end the only ptop action ever invented that cannot, be diE arrang.-vl br u-p. Thfl b^llores capacity is ec wrest but liuie effort is required with the f et ro supply all the air i-ecee«aiy. .Best made end most elrgint cases in the market. Ail polid wood oruamenie. Every instrument fully warranteii li-r sis Tears »s strictly first eiass, and sent on fsou 5 to 15 ddje' test dial. Addhess — DANISL F. BE5ATTY, Washington, New Jersey, United States of Am...

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Macleod of Dare CHAPTER XXX. A GRAVE. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 1 August 1879

Macleod cf 'Dcrc (From Rjrpcrs Mttjizint). CilAPiER XXX. A GR4TB. Fren the hpautiful aspect* of ihe Highland winter h«ii som« tiling about them— eti isolation a terrible eikno; — tuet he grew alinr-et to drea^. What was this ttrenge thing, for fxatnple? liarly in the morning lie lGufeel from the windows of ti'i room ; and he ou'd have i'E«jined lie ires not at Pare ut ail. Ai! Ihe familiar 0*3. -els of s.-a anri shore h=-tl dis apaearrd ; this »a» a nrw world — a world if fantastic shape*, all mnvinjf and unknown -a wo! Id of vague masses of gray, though h--re and there a gleam of lemon-col ir t-lii ling through the fog showed tint the d*wn whs. reflected on a glas»y sea. Thfn he be^an to make out ths things ar -un \ him. T 'at, sn-st range rf purple mountains was lTlva — Ulva transfigured and become Alpine! Tliea tkwse ?wan glrams of reilow ligf-t on the eea ? — he ?went to thfl other window, and beholri 1 the lietvy bsn^s of elou-i thft lay re o?s the unseen peek* of Ben-en-Slo;ch...

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

UPHOLSTERER, &c, COMMERCIAL STREET, KOORINGA. ADELAIDE Homoeopathic Pharmacy. KING WILLIAM-STREET, ADELAIDE. EDWARD S.WIGG, HOMflQPAT^G CHEMIST Medical Bookseller. Family & Station Medicine Chests SHEEP AND CATTLE MEDICINE3, &C BRANDS ACT, P HINTED FORMS i' connection with th Brands Act to be bad at the 'BECORD' Offi-*. TTTATCHES & /BLOCKS Cleaned and It-paired. Sewing Machikes pat in good working order, end broken parts replaced or mended, and all kinds of work done. Also Umbrellas and Pababols repaired by WILLIAM RICHARDS, ABERDEEN, NEXT IO OPIE'S HOTEL TUBE WELL PIPES Up to 6 inches in diameto*, BORING RODS, TOOLS, WATER-RAISING MACHINERY OF EVERY DESCRIPTION MADE TO ORDER. Boring-Tools and Apparatus Lst on Hire. SITES examined and muat suitable positions recommended by an Artesian Wellborer of great pxp^rience, especially engaged for this work. Apply FRANCIS CLARK & SONS, MACHINERY IMPORTERS & MANU FACTURING ENGINEERS, BLYTH-STREET...

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

BUSEfTESS DIRECTORY. 10s . per quarter, 2s. discount if paid in advance. - - AUCTIONEERS. LESTON, SHAKES ;&:OO., Kooringa. COLES & GOODCHILD, Koorings. B&KEB. F; G EEETABDT, Kooriaga. BOOTMAKERS. W. AliTDERSON, Koonsga. CORK »EAL*BS. J. ROACH, Bum Mali. INSCRANCa COMPAJfKS. AttS^BAT.TAy MTTTUAL KK)VJ-. DENT.— A. HL Fobdbe. OQlBmAL MUTUAL.— F. W. HOLDBK. SOUTH BRITISH TLBM OT8UB ANCE!— P. W. Howbr. IMPORTER*. DREW k 00., K«*tn0k GEHKRAL BWSI¥BSB. PROPERTIES FOft SALE. as' -A. x& mac £g. APPILA. /sq-- ACBE8 Known at &ULLIYA1TS PqX a firet-claBS Farm m goad heart, all ploughable a large portion has been cropped enly once. Plenty wafrr. fcKO ACRES, clowi to tke Township, *)*J^i weu iaipTOTo^, plenty ef Water. BEL A LIE. 'I AOA ACRES, *30 Acres ploogh'able JLU/wVI KaisiDder Speadid Cnaiag Land. i.,, y , . . tACK*OCK. £V~7f{ ACRES, adjoining Pekinq, one of Hie Vi V Most OonvenW Far»e m Ae ITortb, sni Good Laa- K JO ACB¥3, aaptoillr mpwwed. Wine ?-J'...

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COMMERCIAL. WOOL AND PRODUCE REPORT [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 1 August 1879

C0SIMEB.CIM.. IVCOL ASH PRODUCE E.EPOB.T ?Messrs. Luxmooee &; Co. report on July 24 as follows : — ' Wool. — During the week no salsa by BKction havij ba-n he:d. The a'jEn'i'lv cominfr lorwtra is nm -ea, ana (viiuuea principally to scoared deicHpiioisS. Vve haTe, tiovrc7-r, sii-c-' on? !-'.£t, disposed oi about sixty baits privately at fail r8ts=, ranging for fair average seourxi ^k;:; ?wooi, £i^ts enn efcov.ds inc;uding croee bre'is, from 11 ^i to I* Id per ib s«d up to Is 2d for Rood. Should the weather keep fine so es to ajiiw f. liusongrrir.g operations to go on, vc exrept w b i )g forward f .!l catalogue f«f scoured at our scxt sslp, sr.d j-idging from the private enquiry, fuli iaie iatts may be expected to be obtained. fc-HEJ--PS£iKS ha.e c.mtinu«d is. brisk deisa .d ftnd tlie high prices quoted in our List h=ve been ncll niamt&intd. Vondilerable qa:mTiiLa consinue cjatirg fjrward, and as siios are now ehowicg e gocd pro»'t5i cf n-ool all lo's realise lush prie...

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

South Australian Railways. EXCUESfOK FARES— TjUKK OF EDIN BDKUH'cJ BIEI11DAY. 05f bII the South Australian Railways end Tramways Excureios Return Tickets at Sii-glo Fares will be issued at v\l eTctions on 1 DESDAT, the 6th, and WEDKESDAY, the 6ih August, tvaiiable for return t-y snyor.:inay t.ain up to and including THURSDAY, the 7.h August, ALAK G. PFKOLETON, Gencrel Traffic Manager. | |EeilwEj Office, Ju'.y, 1879. 57-1 The - Ssvlags Bank of Sositls Australia. ANNUAL INSPECTION op PASSBOOKS THE Aurora wJl' attend it the Bant Offl-, King WiQistn-sfrppt. Adelaide, tVvjiri ti c 1st '?_? the lorn AU^U-^T inclusive (exci'ut on Wedn°*d*} , 'he 6iti, w!v-h is a i'uiii'c Rolidsy) to Iusppctthc PASS EOGES of eli D p-'Ei^ori hfiVir-g accounts wi'.h the Saiik. wheii.cr op?ned hi ihs Head (. &:& or at the Ajenjies. end j-e;^33;ror» s.m }-,creby n-c::«Ett'd 'a produce or forvrer-jj by ?jo*t or otter* Lies tixi- Vh-As for i;vu:^2ii»'2. i^r «1«.T L'l v:;c ii'ii-.i.rt H. H. iUi-T-J...

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Gladstone Gaol. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 1 August 1879

Gladstone GaoL The tender of Mesere. Sara & Dnnstan, the v^li-known contractor?, of Aberdeen, was accepted, for the- above work last week, the ?mim-t htiatt timed on Saturdav. July 26. The contract p**e was £21,600, which will giie aome idea of the mangiiitude of the work undertaken. The gaol proper v-ill, when com pitted, be surrounded by a very substantial at *e wa;l.ejgh!epn fc-t high, enclosing an area* eMbour ftre»tti a ha'.f ac-es. Tha- keepers' q-rartem urp outside-thc main wall, and occupy a- area Of a qamrter of an acre. They citisisl vpTwo building*, one on either «ide of the main entrance gate, 'i'lie larger residence contains six rooms, pu8sg--. .washhouse, store, larder, and u-u»l t-ffl -es. The other residence contain* five rooms, with passege and eimflar office* and bo-h are provided with large underground water-tack*. The residences eeparaud by a drrre thirty feet wide, with a gate at each end ? the -mter or front gate of wood studded with icon, tlie inner ga...

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General News. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 1 August 1879

General News. Referring to Mr. Sadd s remarks en th probability of diamonds of value being found ?t Eucbunga, if rightly sought for, the Gatcler Standard Bays : — ' We have 6een e small sample wmcu u cauea gem sann, ana wiucu le said to be unfailing indicatien of the presence of precious stones. The eaad was found in the Sou*h Pars, end there is eaid to be plenty of it is the bed of the river. We were also eborni some qsaHz pebbles of great purity. They look like petrifiVd water, and if cut would be V(tv handsome. Sime yean ego gems of diffi irent sorts were found rig^t up the river, and we think there is sufficient evidence to werrant the assumption that a search for precious stones would not be unsuccessful.' . A return was laid on the table of the Legis lative Council on Tuesday showing the amounts paid to or churned by the various newspaper in the colony during the financial year.1878 9, as far as. known to the Audit Office, as follow* : —Register, £457 17-. 111. ; Journal, £162...

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

Parliament. The Cjuneil does not sit thii week tapMMa of tbe oTetnony of laying tha fcondUtjnu etas* of the University. '--- liie Assembly on I^esdaj after wuwiring aererai matnpnais ana neanng refaies to av numbers ot questions obtained from tbe Go vernment on the action of lb. Braj,a copy of tbe agrcament with the Associated Bank*. T^ie Government acted in a Tery extrawdinarj manner, the Treasurer ~ «euratang that be thought, die v-rodaciicm of tbe' paper a- rtrf mtsctti«Tous pro3i«ding to ti« public & er*»U and yt not daring t-- oppose thdm-:-o-i.~ jTsb agreement has in it tfas po«sibiliy of a good bargain, botii for th j doverument and tha banks. The f »rmur are to l«ve cu«s xtv«no»l to them between now and April 20, 1833. n -t -x ceding in all £8'jO,000 ; they are fe- deposit with the banks £-r sale £2,000000 worth of bonds, which if not disposed cf before by other means may be sold by the banks as they may choose on or after May 1, 1880 and may charge I per cent, commi...

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

AUDTOISS. STJRiA MONTHLY MAilKET. Friday, Angast I. AT ONE O'CLOCK SHARP. LI&T ON, SHAKES, & C O . it'll eel! an above— 2300 ''.££?? 2300 Bj orrtrr of M-. W. H. iicharda — 250 Fat Werhors 300 hwes with Ltmba at foot 400 Young 8heep On an-whet- account — 1200 Ewes, in eood store condition On anothor ac»nnt — 200 Goo-i S^re Wethers 1A/» HEAD STORE & FAT 1 fi'f* 1*J\J CATTLE. ?i-IFU On aco-mt of JHr. «l *B. Loro — 40 Head Splendid Store Bullocks, half fot Oa ceeonnt Cant. Sanders — 40 Store Cattle On account Mr. W. Alderman — 10 Young Bnllocks, in good condition, with Tackling On account Mr. A. Bonlett — 8 Ballocks and Tackling On account Mr. John Beck worth— ? . 8, Yonng Bullocks, with Dray a^d 'Tackling complete *-j LIGHT AND HEAVY Of *=fl . HORSES. — *. On account Mr. H. Collins — His Entire Horse - Hobin Hood' AIro, One Horse, Spring-cart and Harness One Spider Buegy One Express Waggon &2-» &-*. &'. Saturday. August 9. MB WALTER WALPO...

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Sir W. F. D. Jervois on Agriculture. AT THE LAYING OF THE FOUNDATION STONE OF THE ADELAIDE UNIVERSITY. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 8 August 1879

Sir W. F. D. Jervois oa - ^Agriculture. AT TEE LAYDSG OP THE FOUNDA TION SIGNS OF THE ADELAIDE UNIVERSITY. The following is an extract trou the opeech delivered by the Governor yesterday as reported in-iteljt«fcr:— Whilst considering tbe ncture of She education rfouirite for ths several pro fessions, it appears to me that one ot tne must pressing wante, and one that may be easily supplied to a considerable extent in this Uni versity, relates .to subjects of practical science connected with agriculture, which u of such escrmou* importance to the material interests of this colony.' It should crer be b-?rn- in 'mind '-that t ha' chief bnsiness of Hie colauiets ot South ^Australia must be to act in obedience to the command -which was originally green to Adam— 4o 'reptesish the earth and subdue it.' I take it ihat this command isas bidding hi South Aostralie as H was in the Garden of Eden. But altbouah you' are obeying the secemd part cf jtho iiijtinclion you are disobey ing the ??&a...

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District Councils. BOONOROWIE. SATURDAY, AUGUST 2. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 8 August 1879

District Councils. BOOBOROWIE. CfA.TUB.DA.Y, AtfOUST 2. Present— &.'l bnt Councillor Taylor. Bate declared cf Hi. in the £: Obn Abntfon to tbe Burn Hospital *aB5~'5v Clerk ^o- write te Burra District Council re road-tit Flagstaff. Deputation, consisting of Messrs. B^wflsny Pride, Finch. Langffard, Wiltnot, McDonald andXwfceV n 8hildtn^»(Aiobl m irfare central, position tbsnuthe. f-B»sent prorisiJhai school Memorial *ijned by .Coanoillora and deputo «oriio*a*)r*ardto MMsjer^jf Edac^fioct Tender* reoeired from jGoc -raa and Iieadwith for work sdverlised issi month, Le*dwith, £28 16a. Accepted. Becoipts, £13 73.; expenditure. £14 5». 10 d. ?

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The Electoral Districts Bill. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 8 August 1879

The Electoral Districts Bill. {?TheBQlforthe nbrrangementofihe Elec toral Districts was introduced' inti the House of Asiemblv by the Attomey-G-aneral on Tuesday, and the tecand reading was fixed for aexsuuszoar. s.tia^zasUeath&t the colony shall be divided into twenty -fine distriote, each ntorning.Awo members. We have au^ady given some inioEnUUon ae. to the proposed alterations. ?- ? 1. Eisr Adblaide.— Town HslL 2. West Abkioe.— General 2?cat-OSice. 3. BoaiH ADSLAirs— Korth Adslsjda, Id Stitute (South AdeUi4e), and WaUcerrille. 4. W'AJXiaoo. — WaUaro ', Kodino, iiaonts. and Green's Plains, , 6. Po-iT AuEr^rss. — Tswn H^ii (Port Adeluidf), Alberton, itosevrater, Gl*n*ilie, sod Iieferre'e Petiusulfl. 6. WKr TbR-asKS.— Hindmarah, Knton, PiO3pect. Woodtille. Gilaa Plains, Gr»ud Junction, and Dry Cre;k. 7. Yataejl. — Gewler, Salisbury, Tireinia, Two ?Wells, Wasleys, MaUsU, JBuchsfdde, Dublin, End Smithfisld Weft. 8. GuitEEACHA.— Gaaerachs, Mount Plea sant, South Betherton, 3pri...

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