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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 5 September 1879

MARRIED.   PACKARD— RANDALL — On the 1st September, by the Ven. the Archdeacon of Adelaide, Daniel Spencer, youngest son of the late Rev. D. Packard, B.A., Caius., Coll., Cam., to Florence Suzanne, fourth daughter of the   late David Randall, South Australia.

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The Parliament. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 5 September 1879

The Parliament. The Council has passed the Electoral BD1 with a number of amendments, including those of the Hod. H. Scott as to 8 depotit by candi da'es for election. Mr. Hav's Reform Bill was thrown dnt t«n votes to three. The G-Jvernor attended and assented to several bill** The Minister of Education '(Hon. T. llting), in reply to Mr. Bees, said he had receired a letter from the Chairman of the Burn Board of Ad rice since the debate in that Home'inre-1 feredce to a schrol at Copperhdnse. The writer contradicted the 'statements made by Mr. Rets, and said that hon. member must hara been misirif- ruled. The Board was unanimous in the opinion that a school at] Copperhouse was not -required. . In the Assembly. It was aho elated that: \ ^s_/jrorernment 'aid *not intend to make any! ^ME»r BtHway Surveyors in the Northerns Territory, that they wvre considering fhequer tion of ming C .-'ness in the Territory, and! that though 'the Government did not propose to establish a Foundling Hospit...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 5 September 1879

BURRA AND NORTH-EAST AGRICULTURAL, HORTICULTURAL, ' AND FLOEICULTUEAL SOCIETY. * ? Patron— A. McCulloch, Esqt, J.P. ; President— W. B. Eounsevell, Esq., M.P.; Vice-Presidents — I. Killicoat, Esq., J.P., and H. Dawson, Esq., J.P.; Treasurer — W. H. Bosnian, Esq.; Secretary— Mr. J. D. Cave. AjNTjVTT AIj SHOW Of Live Stock, Dogs, Poultry, Dairy Produce, Vegetables, Flowers, Implements, &c-, y WILL BE TTKTT) AT THDE . lards of the Eiglisk aid Australian Copper Company, Redraft, ON Wednesday, Sept. 24th, 1879. - When the following Prizes will be awarded ;— HORSES. SHEEP.— MerinOS (Continued). . Second best Ham ... ... 5s. Peas, best peck ... - Jfc _, , « „, ., t^.tt t, a3 n. ^/.Tjj.Tijoi—o.tuj or«- Bacon, best two flitckes ... ... 1 Guinea ' second do. ... --? -s. oa. Entrance for non-Subscribers, Entire Horses, 7s. 6d. ; other C— Best Pen do. 3 two-tooth do. ... 2 Guineas Second do 10s 6d. Broad Beans, best peck ... ... 5s.^ _ ck|,8es'56 , ,„- ' 7.-'Ewe,anyage,notextobitedm^yoth...

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Macleod of Dare. CHAPTER XXXV. A CAVE IN MULL. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 5 September 1879

Macleod of Dare. (From Harper » Magazine). CHAPTER XXXV. A CAVE TS MTU,. 'Well, you know, Keith,' she said, with a great kindliest in the clear eyes, though they were cast down, 'I think theEecr-t between you and me should be known to nobody at all but ouraelvsE — any more than we can reasona bly help. And it ia a very great step to take ; and you mutt not expect me to be m a hurry, for no good ever came of that. I did not think ?you would have cared bo much — I mean, a man has so many distractions and occupations of shooting, find going a tray in your yacht, and all that —I fancy — I Btn a little surprised— that you make eo much of it. We hare a great deal to learn yet, Keith ; ire don't know each other very well. Bj-and-oy we may be quite sure that there is no danger ; that we understand each other; that nothing and nobody is likely to interfere. But wouldn't you prefer to be left in the vae&n time just a little bit free — not quite pledged, you kno w, to such a serious th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 5 September 1879

OISTRIC T OF ? H ALLETT. T- ALA^CE-SHEET for the year endm,; SOth June, 1879, of the District-Connou1 df Hallett. Amount of )L-e«-Broent for 1878-9. £7,597. Amount derivable from R*ta of Twelre pence in tbe pound, £879 17a. Receipts. _?' FxpEHDirpsB. , £ r. d. Amnnnt expended in Salaries end £ a. d .- fialancj in hand on let July, 1878 1116 4 Office Expense*— ... £ e. d. £ e. d. Clerk's Salary and AIlow Amount cf Rates of «nc« ? 88 14 10 1878-9, collected ... 357 6 11 Wages to Orersrer of Arrears of Rates collected 8 9 Works... ... ... 7 14 S ! _______ - Assessment, Heroine ... 8 8 0 ? Total Bates collected '857 15.8 Printing, Stationery, and J Amount received from P08*8** — — 28 13 G GovernmentasGrants- Anditora'Peas ? 9 6 0 in-Bid of Bates ... 12* 6 0 Advertising ? 37 13 6 Revenue from Crown Total Salaries and ? Lands— Office Expensee... 180 10 0 Despssturing -Licences, 10 17 . 1 Amount Expended on ; Sand Licence ... 10 6 Public Work- ? 824 111 Rent of Roads :.. ~99 11 6 ' MisceUa...

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Our Finances. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 5 September 1879

^9ur Financed. A.T last, -we Relieve, the people are growingto see the importance of looking for themselves into 'tlie sayings an& doinss of their reDresetitativefi nil Parliament, and to understand that ifc is not enough to wake up for a little while at election time and then 6leep\ again till another dissolution comes round. .We.d-mbfc4f any question since ? that of IJpper House Reform in the days of the Boicant .Ajimmistt-ation kasf%o. aroused geaeral interest as the financial position of the colony just ; new 'hasj and from what we hear and see the almost universal feeling ia that . the colonM'expentuture has been swell-' ing at a very-much greater rate than it need or tha a was justified by the - revenue. There is another convfc&Oir as strong, and that is that while bew ' impot-ts may be, and are needed to equalize the incidence of taxation, yet they are .not needed -to balance- the accounts. Retrenchment and that alone will satisfy the 'Country and the sooner o...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 5 September 1879

AUCTIONS. I Friday* September 5. BUBBA MONTHLY MARKET. LI. S T O K, SHAKES & CO. will sell by auction, as above, at one 7123 «?»? 7123 Pf ©«1er of Jamrt Pile, fe»q — 4103 Extra Prime Fat Wethere, bred at Cuthero, Birtr Darling, large ftam?d, and with twelve months wool By ord«r Meiers Qreic; and Wade— 2500 Store Wethers, Ewffl and Weahers from Mopehe On another account — £20 Store Wetdert. In lots to sflit pOTcbttera. MFAT AlTO STORE jjA CAlTLE Oil for various owners 20 HORSES 20 LIGHT, MEDIUM and HEAT? VEHICLES AffD IMPLEMENTS, German Waegoo, Donblf & Single £lo'Ugh4, fionerake- Winnower* &,\, &o. Friday* September 5. JJDRRA MOKTH1Y M-AB&EX,. AT FO&ft^CLOCS SIJABJ?. BY OBT-K& o!? iflE TBCSrEES OF TH«f ASSiGSlcb ESTATE of BOB£BC BET IN. 8 *CTION Kt-. 4, iliTSDBFB BALDINA -T 1 8 TON, SHAKES, & CO. J_J have oeen favored with Instructing from the Xrus'rti to sell by auction and 4 o'clock ji a*, (wbj-ct to the ooDgrnt of th...

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General News. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 5 September 1879

General News. The Melbourne Exhibition arrangements are being pnthed forward vigorously. Mr. Levey lefc on September 1, -for Sydney. lie goes home by the noxt C«lifOrr.ian mail. There 'it a talk about establisaing a new IBoAiing psper in Melbourae. There is a Bright commotion in the Liberal camp owing 'to the Age on Monday morning animadvsrtinjr on rbe G-orerntDent Tor dividing ttt. Cuthbert's lapsed salary amongst them. Archd^acin Cra*rord o'f Victoria has 1-een bequeattted by a lady who lately died in Eng land £5,000 for charitable purposes. A walking match lias been arranged between X Martin, oT Geelong, and V. Willisme, of Sydney, for £50 aside, to corns off on Sep- , temVr ft. t ' , * ': A anw, who -is .said to be mad, hss 'been re- ; itiansVd to the Gladeevijle A*vlum* New 'South ' Wales. Hi was arrested on the grounds 'o'TSC John's College, where he was awaiting the arrival of Archbishop Vaaghaix for the.purpo«e of assassinating him. When he wss discovered he afssded and befi...

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Burra Corporation. MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 1. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 5 September 1879

Barra Corporation. Mj1O-1». Sk^t EiirfeKR. Y. Present -^- Ois Worship the Mayor, ^D«* . NesbitiA Cra. Bstcbelor, Bartholomsku, . Geike, Kidgway, Bl&hardaon and Brew. The nnimfM ot last meeting won read smi confirmed. B*5eoEta. - The Bfayor reported the result oTthe meft inglof Mayors and the subsequent deputation. 10 the Gorerammt n aabsidy of private rubserfptiom. Also a* to work promised b* ' tha Snrreror of lbs Bead Board. ' The Ov-jwerMportedthat th* vuiotts works autlioricdd had been completed and that now ' .only one man was employed. The Finance Committee reported that the whole of the grant-iir-atd had been ckpended ?nd that it was necessBry to^twsae afifurthst, work. . Xhe9nsp0ctor*s reports were adopted. WimiaRtWHi, t'uetjOW&tSerkreporltea thatiw had been - asked to polrit out a site where a weighbridge might be erected for-lCr. J. W» White. Or. GsjSca tnoveS that permission begranted1 to -Mr.^ff. W. White to erect a weighbridge ia ?neb position Winay be^5h...

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Copperhouse School. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 5 September 1879

Gopperhortse School. Fbox the proceedinia in Farliuneat on !tuei- ' day it appears that th&jBinttL BpudjoTJuiriof . was unanimous in its daemon against the te'ablishinnit of a acbool *t .Copperhonw Oarinformationas to the Ohairman and one otbar being in fcror of it was vary definite, but asm appear to hare been misinformed, we freely apologise to thew concerned faraaying flitt th*y d fcred ft-am their fcolle*gb«». The ] lion. Minister of Itfooation is «*idedt'y wflr ing to yield in OS» natter to th* wishes df thai rasidrnta, bot kmrinc once .referred it to the jl Board it is difficult now to entirely ignore its 1 opinion especwl'y as on Wednesday the former decision was reiterated. The aba Jute necessity j fbrtheeatablifimeiitdf m aobool -(uot a ocwi baQding, but merely a «maU coat 'for rfent and for stipend) ia appa*ent*to'*Tsrytinbbaed mind' and. the true reastm for Ae extraordinary blindness of th- menibera df the B-ard to the' ?rants bf the mighborhoBi, h a fear lest the...

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South Australian Farmers' Mutual Association. TEROWIE BRANCH. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 5 September 1879

South. Australian Farmers' Mutual Association. TEBOWIE BBA3&T. On Saturday, Aurutt 30, a meeting of the »b -te S-te*ety was hel«, the President in the e;i»ir. The Secretary reported having received! torn Crrstal Brook, cirru'ar relative to motion i passed 'there on the £-atid A-'t, and it wag re solve 1 to call a special meeting for September 13 lo c-'ns;d*r .the matter; Th« Chairman, invited a rii«cu»«ionon the cheapest 'method of j (ifs-roymg rabbit*. ' Several members giro their tirprri -ncra with bisulphide of carbon, end agreed that tin u»Ji it was useful-; it wa« lot -vrtain to dtstroy irerr rabbi', -especially in iarge'tmrrows. A member ?detciioed'a'p're-' j-arati- u he had n«cd with the greatest suite »»f;; I e toot -some common brimstone -ilr 'sulphur! malted it on a hot iron,: — a campoven lutaranld* do — sn1* spread the stuff ovrr— ory thick brown paper ; tiia he cut into pieces about tbasfes of . ihepalm'of the hand adfl'the tnatcbse tnus1 fuimtd he aet'fir* to a...

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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 5 September 1879

MISCELLANEOUS Bather an rttracrdinary joke i* at present current in the north-west frontier cf Indie. Tije dirfcinew of A'ghan ia piOfcrbii! ; fend it is nfti-i that upon one occasion Gecerel Bober'e capturea a Jftongoi «no was so preternatural iy dnr'y that it w&s thought neces«ory f t the. safety of the wbde camp that he should bs vasbed. Turo genuine Tomnry Atkinses were tcld offf.r this purpose. They stripped the prisoner, and scrubbed htm with formidable' brushes' and a laege quantity of black soap for two hours, tX the ead *of which time they threw down their brushes in disgust and went to their captain. ' What is it men P ' Well sir,' tbey replied ^some what excitedly, *' We:l sir, weVe washed that Afghan for two hoars, but it wasn't any gcod. After scrubbing him, sir, till our arms were Ike to break, -blest if we did'nt come upon another rait of clothes '.'' Certein teetotalers at Wells, Wisconsin, have . made a sad mistake. Selecting tbe largest, barn in the place t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 12 September 1879

XTTATCHES & /BLOCKS] Cleaned aad Repaired. Bewihg M achotb put in good woriung order, and broken farts replaced or mended, and all kinds of work dona. Also Ukbbuxab and Fabmoxb repaired by WILLIAM RICHARDS, ABERDEEN, NEXT TO OPIE'S HOTEL BEATTY'S'p'.y^'. ?gyy'''Mg»P^— grand, squire 13 1 ^ PL! (J ^C and upright, are pro jTljriTjVg^Xgf. nonncecTby the pretB AND^fa^peoplei as the most beautiful aad C/!ftV3l/\!Mwi Pianos ever WASHINGTON NEW JERSEYS tured. Sent on test trial, and pronounced ths best in the world. Beat ty'e celebrated Golden Tengue Parlor Organ. Any manufacturer challenged to equal them. They possess power, depth, brilliancy and sympathetic delicacy, ex quisitely beautiful solo effects, and the only stop action ever invented that cannot be dis arranged by use. The bellows capacity is eo great but little effort is required with the feet to supply all the air necessary. Best made and most elegant cases in tbe market. All solid wood ornaments. Every instrument fully ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 12 September 1879

THE PHOTOGRAPHIC ATELIER, 95, RUNDLE-STREET. CHARLES NIESCHE, ARTIST, PHOTOGRAPHS FINISHED to LTFF 81ZE in OIL, WATKRCOLOR, MEZZOTINT or other Process from Carte de Visits, £3 and upwards. FRAMING DONE AS USUAL. MELBOURNE BOOT COMPANY. S. M'COMBIE 45 C3O-, 98, HINDLEY STREET, Have opened as above with ? First-Class Stock of English %ad Colonial Boots and Shoes, Which for price and Quality cannot be excelled in tbe coiony. Special attention (riven to bespoke Work. Lasts Fitted for the^Feet, and, all MeasuresXakra ' Beserved for Future Orders, THE 'BURRA RECORD ;' A Weekly Paper for the North and North-East. (Late ' * B u-b e a New s.') THE Proprietors commend this Paper to Advertisers as a means of extending their business throughout the districts round the BurraTand north-east of that town, the RECORD being forwarded by Friday's mails to all parts. Notices of Births, Deaths, and Marriages at One Shilling each, if not exceeding three lines. They are also prepared to Execute all kinds...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 12 September 1879

To Owners of Stallions. TENURE CARDS and RECEIPT BOOKS JQj to be had on the shortest notice at the Record Office, Madcet-equare. Young Ranter. fllHIS Splendid Draught Entire Horse so 1 well descended will travel this season as under commencing August 26th : — YOUNG RANTER will travel Mt. Bryan, Cartapoo, etaying one night at Mr. Wise's farm (August 27) ; Hallett, Tommy's Gap, staying one night at Mr. Tiver's farm, then back so UUooloo and down to Halletf s (late Hogg's) farm aad back to Burra, repeating the same every nine days. For Pedigree eee cards. Terms— £2 12s 6d. (with 2s. 6d. groomage, payable at service) to be paid January 1, 1880. Mares can be paddocked at 2s. 61. per week without responsibility. R. AUSTIN, Proprietor. Robinhood. THIS Heavy Draught Entire Horse will travel this Season tbe following rounds, commencing on or about the 20th o? August, Mount Bryan Flat, Mount Bryan East, Fllooloo and Hallett, repeating the eame every ninth day, Sundays and accidents exeepted. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 12 September 1879

A visitor, who wanted bis boots blanked, said to his host, on retiring, 'Til put my boots ontride the door of sir r om,' *a which the lost naivelv r -plied, 'All riiht— nobody 11 Touch 'em.'

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Items. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 12 September 1879

Items. We wrote last week upon the «fesire- bility of every member of the Assembly carefully scrutinizing the various items on the estimates witn a view to a reduction, and on xnursday ana also on Tuesday nearly every line Was challenged the Government being fre quently beaten and the total savings bsing on Thursday .£800, and on Toes day about £730. If the members con tinue to exercise the same economy &ere will be a very large saving on the total- It is true that in one or two that appears, as tor instance in ~th($ merit had put down tb.e'wnoie years salaries while they -are now reduced to the true sum viz., that for eight months. Of course the actual amount to b% spent j will not be less because the Govern-' ment would ^iaye shewn: a paving of the four months amounts which are now struck out, but the gain is in making the estimates true instead of unneces sarily swollen), ihe Government seems to have forgotten all about the new taxation. Do they wish to rush it in' at the...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 12 September 1879

XS. 'TOT *A. £& £3' :E5 IE& , PAINTER, GRAE5TER, PAPERHAJSFGER, GLAZIER, SIGNWRITER, &C. 3Efc E 3P X8.T7 T ^- . Ceilinga and Booms Colored, Cart and Coffin Plates written on the Shortest Notice. ROBIN & H ACK, Timber Merchants, Builders, $ Contractor^ Sarnia Timber Yard, Port Adelaide. Timber of all Kinds, Cement, Plaster of Paris, &c Galvanized Iron, ©uttering, &c Builders' Ironmongery. WOOD SOUSES FRAMED OX PREMISES. PADMAN & CO., Importers and Furnishing Ironmongers* Tni-EMEES and Persons about to Marry, or desirous of Famishing Economically, wiM J} do well to gnrc us thar addresa Uedsteade, Mattresses, Tables, Sofas, Toilet Sets, Chaim, Knives end Fraks, and every smsb or laV^e article required for making a Cottage or ? Mansion oomfortablb. Moderate Price*, c'vility and atrention. PLOUGHS, HARROWS, CHAFF CUTTERS HORSE RAKES, &c. THE GENUINE AMERICAN SEEDSOWTOL Wire Netting. Fencing Wire Plain and Barbed. PADMAN &...

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District Councils. BOOBOROWIE. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 6. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 12 September 1879

District Councils.' BOOBOBQWIS. Present — All. ' Minates read and conQrmed. Letter and form Teofiived from Eduottional Office in answer to memorial «eut rp buitdbur. achooL Orerseer' renorted Anntmni: lot tn I^A. ritb as fiuished, aeconntpassed. JLj^Piuner. ?» making pound brandy &c. /Passed. . aC7a?i'.' rajlor'sarrount^^fo^work^nta^^^Med. 6;;l Pinch's account* for worjc done; manngXiid'^ tc. Passed. M. LedwitL's ofiar to fmiwford -'' in road between Section 471. .Accepted at S6 10s. LetteV receiTei from Burra .'Cpnncilf itating that they are willing to Euppleoent any ' ?ubrcription to them. The Clerk to write that this Council wfDjgire one pound (£^).'toVtba Bum Council's {£2- two pounds, the same to '? be supplemented by the aorflroment.and the. whol» expended on the Flagstaff Koad.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 12 September 1879

PRIZE WINNOWERS I PRIZE WINNOWERS 1 1 . xoisapJrzA&dM : as re 'save' ?money. JAMES WHE A T L E Y , MACHINIST, KAPUNDA. Begs to inform the Farmers of the Cojony that last season he had to DECLINE NO CESB THAN 57 ORDERS for his CELEBRArED PRIZE WINNOWING MACHINES, la conseqaence of suea oti'.Ti beL-^ teul baek so long. As there is- every prospect of a pood harvest ni.st seaport, j'. W. would urge on tbore reqsinrg hi? 6iEch5n-s (the advantage* of vr5,ich ore t'«:o 'well known io need dilating on) tho expediency of SE3DING' IS their OBDERS WITHOUT DEL.4Y. ThPsa Mschiuee CARRY MORE SiEYES than eut other Winbowine Machince, iiavi^g TWO BRiEE SIEVES. ' es' These Winnowers kave token first Prizes wherever exhibited. AGESXS — JamesiowT-, Thomas Certer; Sadina, Brown &, Sons; Moonta, Warn Bros.; Me;i-ose3 XT. Marshal! ; Terotrie, Thoa. Hosking ; Orroroo, Gmeiner Bros. W. H. BATCHELOB, HAMPSHIRE .HOUSE, COSI3.IERCIAL STUEET, KOOEDTCrA Has os head ° Large Assortment, of Writing...

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