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District Councils. BURRA. THURSDAY, AUGUST 7. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 15 August 1879

District Councils. * BUttBA. TmrESDiT, August?. Present— Go. Pinch (Chairman), James and' ETndd. ' Letter from BpoWorowis Council, askinr repair of road, to f tofetaffi Any amonnl ?™» tj uiMiwnvvn UJIWCM SO O8 SODDls* mentod. From Crown Innd« Office, -Tu, that Dog Act nughtTKi enforced as to unregS fered and collarieos dogs. Notice to be givfr tbajUU^wi^J»4fefbrc«i after September L. 5*5* 8min'mpjniiiiera!, that to qualify per aona to Tiara certificates of title to closed, roads, proof of ownership of adjoining land must be given as well as tbe amount paid for road. Motics to bs sent to each pnrohateis. From Crown Lands Office, that no private subscriptions will be supplemented without Commissioner's Drariotu consent being ohtaineT and tBo. amount pbcedjn llie^Counmls buds. Hist of persons liable to fcerVe as constables passed, -their having bean no ODpotitmsi -no Stationmah to be prtnctpsllr employed out ting side drams during the wet season. fUnger's report laid ©a table; 12s. 64 ...

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MOUNT BRYAN WEST, AUGUST 13. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 15 August 1879

MOUNT EE^AH WEST, AthhjbtIS.. Snow fell here on the evening and night of the 23rd *., four feet aesp inflates, afei«h remained on the fringes over .fourteen dear dava. la Binburv wara. faoflSreda of corns. ifTTMy ft Tin tof&BChCB b*'OKGQ QOWfl 1F1U* MD&U and an now to be seen. 'On' the 'morning ofthe24thn^leie*ttaivlO t(?34 inehea lorg wee BUBpendef it tile bottom of every hollow x-f tbe iron {hfttxoreced war iitchen in which -we- hed a large firo dltigldalBrftntat must have melted thsanow^M||bB,roof daring the night, other places' coV*teffWiP» iron had no ice on them. The. gtpund vas covered with snow here at 9 p-mf on Jb» *th pat, and wee covered again at j- p^m, on the 6th.

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BLACK SPRINGS. SATURDAY, AUGUST 9. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 15 August 1879

BLACK SPRINGS. Satdbsat, Avoubt 9. Present— All but Cr. Whslltun. Consespondenpe.— From Crown lands Office requesting that Council will promptly cause the necessary action to be .taken for npidlv enforc ing and carrying out the provisions «/ the Dog Act.— Received. / ' Fire tenders for 'So. 8 contract, Fhgstaff road. J. DraytonV («cceptea)j;£6S 16*. Overseer of Works reported of having-con* demned the atone on No. 7 oontrsot near Sash's. Csntractorof JSo. 7 w.itedon Counc: and asked for longer time to complete the wore and he would get good metal, aa at present hi was not allowed to go into the paddock*, the ground being too soft. Two months loceer allowed. . fi Payments, £4 4s. Meeting .adjourned .for four weeks.

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The Week's Parliament. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 15 August 1879

The Week's Parliament The Sharebrokera' Bfll was withdrawn and several questions dealt with in the Crancil on Tuesday, and then the regular business was takes. The Intercolonial -Brobate Bill was postponed. The Amendments of the Assembly in the Northern Territory Registration Bill were agreed to while those to the Deceased Persons Drbt BUI wen rejected. The Local Improvement Bill was advanced a etage. The longest debate took place, however, on the Fleet oral BUI in which Mr. Baker proposed to insert a' clause to provide that any polling place at which less than ten rotes ware polled, for ttm -Council or fifteen for tte Assembly sSould there npon be struok off. This was carried, and will we think, go a long way to* wards doing away with a number of email pol ling placrs and also cowards induetn£ voters in ?uch neighborhoods to poll in at large numbers as possible. . Mr. Scott also introduced the question of rrquh-irg a deposit from ail can diates to be forfeited unless a certain Bomb...

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COMMERCIAL. MELBOURNE STATION PRODUCE REPORT. J. H. CLOUGH & Co.'s REPORT. AUGUST 6TH. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 15 August 1879

COMMERCIAL. MBI.BOUBNB STATION PRODUCE REPORT. J. H. Clouoh & Co.'s Bepost. AuBuit 6-fa. Wool— Oar last report wma under d^U the 8th July, since when the market for this staple has been very quiet. As is usual at this period of th» year none but odd lots and parcels of Scoured bare been coming forward, about 800 batee of which have been disposed of at rates ruling about the same as last giren. Shbbpseihb. — Daring the month we have disposed of a full supply at rates ruling as follow* :— Batchers' Skins Is 8d to 5s 4d eacbj lamb skins le 6il to 2s each ; lamb pelts 8d to Is eaoh; dry skins 2s to4i61 each; station sk'ms (in bale*) 3d to 4|d per lb. Hides. — We bare no Material change to report. We h*Fe placed our average supply at -current rates, which mBV be quoted as follows : — Green Ox 15» to -80» eech ; green cow 2d to 2|1 per lb ; green calf stins 1 J I to 2Jd per lb ; salted oaif skins, 21 to 2} 1 per Ib; Victorian salted hides 2Jd to 3} i per lb i Netr Zealand salted b...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 15 August 1879

AUCTIONS. Friday. Ausrnst 15, AT TWELVi-J O'CLOCK NOON. AT THE FlBM KNOWN AS CGBB'8, ABOUT THBEE MILKS NOR? H OF KOORINGA. ON THE BO AD TO HALLETT. BY ORDER OF THE TRUSTEES OF THE ASSIGNED ESTATE OF ALFRED HALLETT. IMPORTANT SALE OF FAKM STOCK A-D IMPLEMENTS. HOUSEHOLD FURNiTUflE, &c , 4c. LIST ON, SHAKES, & OO. bare received instructions from the Trustees to sell by auction, on Friday, August 15. at 12 o'clock sharp— : r4.'fae WHOLE of the LIVE and DEAD STOCK, comprieing — 11 Magnificent HEAVY DBAUGHT MARE3 and GELDINGS 6 Medium Draught do. do. 11 Horse*, including first-class Hack*, Buggy Fairs, aud Light Draught* 10 well-bred Cowb, some with calves 5 English Waggons 3 Spring Draja 1 Tip JJray 4 Excellent Buggies, goed as new 16 rets Double end Single Harness1, Plough Harness, &-. % Hone-power Ctmffcuttcr and Gear, com plete 2 Reaping Machines 4 Mowing Machines 2 Horse Rakes 6 Double and Single Ploughs 1 Sowing Machine. Winnowers, Rollers, Scarifiers, Black...

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CORRESPONDENCE. WILLOWIE, AUGUST 8. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 15 August 1879

CORRESPONDENCE. (From our own CornMpondenfe.) WTLLOWIB. Avavev S. We have had aome splendid mina, then -was a few heavy froata, bat the eropa are looking well, the publican of thia place is getting a well anak 10Q feet, and Jrijin tha£ ^cy ace intending to tore on the artesian principle, they will commence to bore next wade . Xbe farinen are erring out for »,%|ackuith anS shoemaker then is a cpkndjd opening here r«rl«th, .- v *-,!

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English Items. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 15 August 1879

English. Items. Mr. G. W. M. Reynolds, for many years proprietor nsd editor cf Regncld's Newspaper, is dead. Jle was over 70 roars cf agp, and was a most prolific writer. Over thirty novels have issuea trom niE pen, bnt tor toe most part tbey were not works cf a high character, nor are they likely to have a lasting place in literature. Such was the condition of the gronnds at Lord's on Tuesday, as a consequence of the heavy rain, that the Inter-University Grieket M&tcb, which was began on Monday, roold net be continued. It was finished on Wednesday, Cambridge being the 'winner by nine wickets. 1'he long ? distance running and, walking match at the Agricultural Hf 11 eonc'uded on Saturday evening in fayor of W.e|tog, who covered 550 jnilaa in kix den — % grafter dis tance than has* eref ^ss-*heeg^cojgrcdi by'any pedeetrain. ? '*' f*7^* \ -? - The lastWurrivcr of the liiegs of §k Walter, Scott, of Abbotsford, has just fMBBLd away at the age of 88. The lady was Mrs. Elizabeth C...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 15 August 1879

A. PAPER FOR THE BURRA A3TD THE FORTR-EAST. BURBA, FRIDAY, AUGUST 15, 1379.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 15 August 1879

Crown Lands and Immigration Office, Adelaide, 1st August, 1879. TTSBEGISTBBED DOGS. \J ? Notice is hereby given that in consequence of the nnisance caused by UNREGISTERED and COLIiARLESS DOGS being at large, the Police sad Crown Lands Bangers hav4 been directed, and the various District Councils and CorporatioGS have been requested, to ere that tbe provisions of the Dog Act, No. 6 of 1S67, are RIGOROUSLY ENFORCED; tbe PENALTY for UNREGISTERED DOGS being from ONE POUND to SIX POUNDS, ?nd for COLLARLB8S DOGS from FIVE SHILLINGS to FOHTY SHILLINGS. ?' THOU AS FLAYFORD, Commissioner. .

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 15 August 1879

BIRTH. FORDER—On the 8th inst., at Redruth, the wife of A. H. Forder, of a daughter.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 15 August 1879

IHP0U3DI9G NOTICES. BOOYOOLIK— Impounded at the Public Pound Booyoolie (nearest Post Office, Glad stone)— One cream-colored mare, black mane and tail, shoes on, branded like o near shoulder. If not claimed, will be sold August 25, 1879, st noon. One bay filly, bit of white on near front and near hind foot, no brands visible. If not claimed, will be eold Anguat 28, 1879, at noon. Isaiah Hill, Poundkeeper. WATK&LOO— One red and white cow, no brands visible, with wood yoke on neck. If sot claimed, wOl be sold August 22, 1879, at noon. Joseph Phillips, Boondkeeper. MUTTABO — Isaponnded «t tbe Public bond Mintaro— The snare gazetted on the I7tbjnly,aow shows 66 ribs. ? near ribs. If not cUimed, will will be eold August 11, 1879, at noon.— One grey draught horse, e«ed no brands visible, trace-marks on both aides. Ifiwt claimed, wfll be sold August SO, 1679, it noon. -George McLeUb, Poundkeeper. JAMESTOWN -Impounded at tbe Cor poration Pound Jamestown (nearest Post-office Jamestown...

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CHAPTER XXXIII. THE GRAVE OF MACLEOD OF MACLEOD. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 15 August 1879

CHAPTER XXXIH. THE GRATE OF 1U0UG9 OP KACLXOD. The monotonous sound of tbe water-Call, eo far from disturbing the new guest of Castle Dare, only soothed (ber to rest ; and after the varions fotiffuas — it' not tbe emotaona — of the day, the slept well. Bat in the ray midst of tbe n%bt she was startled by some load com motion that seemed to prevail both within and without the bouse ; and when she wae fully awakened it appeared to her that the whole earth was being shaken to pieces in tha storm. 1'he wind howled in the chimneys ; tbe nun dashed on the window-panes with a rattle as of musketry ; far b ton ahe could hear the aw ful booming of the Atlantic breakers. Tbe gusts that drove against the high house seemed ready to tear it from its foot-bold of rock and whirl it inland ; or was it the sea itself that wns rising in its thundcroni power to sweep away this baub'e from the face of the mighty «liffs ; And then tbe wild and desolate morn* ing that followed ! Through the bewilderment ...

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Macleod of Dare. CHAPTER XXXII. HAMISH. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 15 August 1879

MacLsod of jJare, (Fnjai ITirpa-'s ~.Li(jiz-.ne). CHAPTER X.NIU. j;=jf Tre-mwiii!a luaoivtii was ^reaily jon c ri'ect :o fiiid iiis aweeiht-drt eo cold and distant ; ano it waa all iv- vaiij that he pointed out to her ihe ba.tuties of this t.ii;nmr,r i^ntr ? l:iat lie shoTrrd her ii.e r ariuus i=i~;:dd lie had H-cn r3 Led c'joui, end caliV. r.-j-- attention to the shirts i-iiliiij oc tho E.ia^rir rocki, aD-d s-iisri iw — eceizg ihai s)ic sometimes p-iiaccd a iittlo In wnter-ooW — whetlsef sbe noticed the peculiar clear, icienw, ani iuatioou* blue of the shadows in the groat cliffs which they were s:-pro citing. Surely no day could have been irortj auspicious for her coming to Dsre ? ' The sea did not make yen ill ?' h« said. ' Oh no,' the answered ; and that was ferae enough, though it had produced in her agonis ing fears of becoming ill, which bad somewhat ruffled her temper. And, beside i she had a headache. And then she bad a nervous fear of small boate. ' It u a very small boat ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 15 August 1879

Interesting to All. Gektlemn. — I am yet alive, thanks to Holloway'e Pills. Not wishing to become one of the residents of the Professor's intended Lunatic Acsylum now being erected in England I lately bought a box of Holloway'e Pills took them at intervals, and refrained from tht ' flowing bowJ;' and Richards himself again. Holloway'fl Pills and Ointment are hirgeh used in Bermuda, and that accounts, in raj opinion for the longevity cf its inhabitants. I feel quite assured, however, that Professor Hollowaj ie arid has been- one of the greatest benefactors to the human, race tbat has ever liv^d, jand that his namejjrili be handed down to posterity vrhenthe'namee of our braves 'mat- slayers are forgotten.* ' fitrahg% to say that we,. io.different wajj, strire to acquiae the'ert of' I^Uwg, but our own presermticn we teke little beefi of. I have lived in Bermuda 26 yesrs,' and in that time liave inquired of soldiers how ihry have preserved their, health so well ; the the auewer has gene...

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Varieties. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 15 August 1879

Varieties. Who'fii^intro-uiiCea'watSng-ftiStsr^-'Sve,' fcrhen she presented Adam with alittle Gain (can*). .--../ , ?* . r: *J T% . What vegetable is anything but agreeable on board a shipf — A legk. . , . ^ What iait that'a cat has tj^m^tiserieSnfc&US -rKittens. ' ' . : When is a lover like a tailor P-^-When he presses his suit. Why are fowls the ^niost sconcmicel things to keep t— Btciure for every grain of corn they give a peck. Why is a blush like a little girl?— Because it becomes e vroiz&n. . What, is a muff? — A thing that holds a young kdj'fi hand without squeezing it. Why is a tight boot like a fiae summer ? ? Becacsea^jnakes the. corn grow. _, What is it that which ia lengthened by being cut at both end* ? — A ditch. Who wbb the first human beiag ?— Eve, as Bhe was tiie first made (maid). Why should a sailor know whether there ie a man in the moon P-^Becauee he's been to eea When is a ship said to be in love ? — When ahe is attached to a great buoy. Why is ...

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Topics. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 15 August 1879

Topics. Already there is an agitation begun against the Electoral Districts Bill where of coarse it would be first looked for. The district of Encounter Bav which it is proposed to absorb, is up arms and strongly objects to the meas ure on the grounds that they will be disfranchised by union with Noarlunga and Mount Barker and further thj^t.the South and River trade interest will lose, and the North and Railway systems gain two members, The resi dents who are now agitating would not we suppose, be content with. o$e- -mem- ber were that proposed as it would only be a difference of degree and not of principle and therefor xre must take their desire to be for a continuance of the present representation by two mem bers although the district is so smalL Now if there is to be any rule at all in the matter it nust be one of popula tion, for once ignore that and represen tation must be left to ttie rule of thumb and so far as the rule of population can be followed it has been in the Govern ...

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General News. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 15 August 1879

General News. A correspondent writing from Port Adelaide on August 8, and styling himself ' Honesty,' sends us the following i— *? Axaongtt the mixed mssi of eeneral cargo landed ex b_i. Garonne 1 was pleased to notice a. relio of antiquity in the shape of en old' cast-iron ?meoth bore-gun, veritable 84 -pounder,- such as were occasionally seen en the English coast in , the care of the cOBstguardsmen for signalling, &e , but happily more for ornament than use. This particular gun bears date early in the pre sent century, telling of its casting at the ' Oarou* Ironworks full thirty years before our oolony was founded, 'Farmer George' was King; it al-o bears his revered monogram, ' G.R.* It appears to be a ship's gun, and may have been used in the memorable battle of Trafalgar. We can easily imagine a bold volunteer artillerymen, when the gun is mounted at the Semaphore Battery, calling up innumerable shades of departed pig-tailed heroes, and can almost see * Hairy-freed Dick,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 15 August 1879

BU8DrBSS DIBECTOBY. W*. per quarter, 2s. discount if pud in advance. AVCTIOHEEK8. LWTON, SHAKE9.*;OQ., Koorings. COLES & GOODCHILD, Koorings, BAKER. F. GEBHABDT, Kooiinga. BOOTMAKERS. W. ANDERSOK, Kocwing*. CORH BBAUBBS. J. ROACH, Buxra Mitt. UfgtTRAjrCE C^MFAJflES. ATJSTBJLLIAX MTTTUAi PHOVI DENT. — A. H. Vobdbb. COLOWIAIi MUTUAL. — F. W. HoU-BB. SOUTH BRITISH FIM INSUR ANCE.— F. 'W. H©M-Btt. IMPORTERS. DBEW «fc CO., Keomga. GENERAL BYSIVESS. PROPERTIES FOB MALE. APPILA. /»Q-| ACBES Known as SULLIVAN'S DOl ? trst-classFarmm good heart, all Stlougbable a large portion has been crapped woly once. Plenty water. KKO ACRES, dote to Ok Township, vti^ well improved, plenty of Water. BELALIE. 1 Af)A ACRES, «Oti Acres ploughable JLU/w v remainder Spendld flrseing Land. LACK BOCK. i?*7^ ACBES, adjoining Pebtna, one of the V/U Most Convenient ftrms in the North, and Good Land. CJQ AOBBS, capitally improved. Bine «^° Laad, eUee to BaOway, as Aood a farm aa then is a the Kuudmd, ] CALVO...

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THOROUGH COMMUNICATION BETWEEN PORT PIRIE, CRYSTAL BROOK, GLADSTONE. CALTOWIE, AND THE BURRA AND NORTH LINE. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 15 August 1879

THOROUGH COMMUNICATION BETWEEN Poet Plans, Cbsbxai Brook, Guldstokb. Caltowie, akd toe Bphea akd Nobth Line. A.M. A.S£. P-M g|fc ? S'w PoaiPiEffiPosT Office ? 6.31-5.5 1J5~ „ ., SrATios... ? 6.40 5.15 Nappbrbf ? 7.8 5.43 87 Crystal Bhook ... arr ? 7.406.15 „ -dep. ? 7.50 6 27 77 Gsob&s Tows Eibia-o ? 8.18 6.55 70 GI^DSTONB ? arr. ? 8.387.15 „ ... dep ? 8.50 7.45 63 Caitowie ? arr ? 5.358.30 „ ? dep ? 946 8.35 51 Jamestown ? arr ? 10.12 9.5 „ (by coacli) dep ? 10.30 _ 43 P.Tt. HAixETT(bTU-Bch)-rrr ? 1-40 19 , ? dep. 6.45 40 isj Bcbba ? arr 8.0 4.50 , ? dep 8.5 5.0 Ritketon ? arr 6-50 Gawxbb ? U35 8.30 P.M. Adelaidh ... ? 12-33 9S0 P..BT Adbiaidb ...- ...1230 9.25 ? A.M. A.V. P.M. pi og Poht Adelaide ... ... ? 7.65 4-35gif | Adelaide ? 7.50 4.30£s'3 Gawieb ? 8.5O5 3oS2 = p.m. f^-04 RrvBBToir ? ? &t BUBBA ? arr. ? 12^0 9.0 a „ ? dep ? — ? Haxibtt ? arr. ? 1.30 3s6d „ (by coach) dep ? 2.15 Jamestown ? arr. ? 5.45 11*03 „ ? dep. 7.10 6.10 Cattowib ? arr. 7.32 6 32 I2s4d „...

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