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Macleod of Dare. CHAPTER XXXIX. A CLIMAX. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 26 September 1879

Macleod of Dare. (From Harper t Magazine). CHAPTER XXXIX. A CLDIAX. She was alone in the drawing-room. She heard the bell ring, and the sound of some one being lee in by the front-door. Then there was a man's aten in the nasanim tmt eide. ihe craven heart grew atul with dread. But it wbb with a great gentleness that he came forward to her, and look both of her trembling hands, and said, ' Gertr, you don't think that I hare oome to be angry wir.h you — not that !'' He could not but 'see with those anxious pained, tender eyrs of his that she was very pale ; end her heart vu now beating so fast — after the first *liock of fright — that for a second or two she could not answer him. She withd-ew her hands. And all this time he was regarding her face with an eager, wistful intensity. ' It is — so strange — for me to see you again,' raid he, almost in a bewildered way. 'The days hare been very long without you — I had almost forgotten what you wore like — aud now — and now — oh, Gerty, you...

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CHAPTER XL. DREAMS. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 26 September 1879

CHAPTER XL. DBBAMS. This long and terrible night : will it never Bnd P Or will not life itself go out, and let the sufferer have rest P The slow and sleepless hours toil through the darkness : and there is a ticking of a dock in tne husaed room ; and this agenj of pain still throbbing and throb birg in the breaking heart. And then, as the pale dawn shows gray in the windows, the anguish of despair follows him even unto the wan realms of sleep, and there are wild visions rising before the sick brain. Strange visions these are ; the confused and seething phantas magoria of a shattered life ; himself regarding himself as another figure, and beginning to pity this poor wretch who is not permitted .to die. 'Poor wretch! poor wretch!' he says to himself. ' Did they use to call you Mac leod ; and what is it that has brought you to this ?' ? # a ? ? ? See now 1 He lays bis bead down on the warm heather, on this beautiful summer day ; and the seas are all blue around him, and the run is shin...

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ADELAIDE WOOL, HIDE AND SKIN MARKET. September 11, 1873. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 26 September 1879

ADELAIDE WOOL.HIDB AND SKtN fltuitemfiar 11. 1873. Mr. GkOBOB IiAtTGHTON report this weeek's sale df WooUHides, Sheepskins, Tallow, 4c. ?s follows:— Wnnr^SmiTI mnwlii ate sow eomuiff for ward. 1 have sold inferior at 6} i per lb. £hbkpsxihb— About the usual supply c*me to hand, spirited competition continue*. I have sold butchers* merions skins, from 4a 5 i to 4* Si Tor best, veoat-hred to 4« 8 J, aud from 2s 61 to 8» 3d for inferior V- medium ; country skins and pelts, from Is to 4s Id ; laiuHskine, from 7d to la ; dry country and station siiur* ue in demand, up to 511 per lb. Hues— Excepting for superior heavy, the market is very sluggish. Pric.3 are a trifle lower for tight and inferior brlea. Quotations —Best ox, from 20. to 30s a few higher ; light to medium, from 9» to 19- 6 1 ; cow hides, f roaa 7s6dto 13s 6Jj country salted, from 6s to 13« 6i ; countzy salted, from 6i to 25* ; calf skins, from Is to 4s. Cahgaboo Skins —Largesiz-n are indemand, but light and email are dull of...

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District Councils. HALLETT. MONDAY, SEPTEMER 22. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 26 September 1879

District Councils. HALLBTT. Mokhat. Ssptekes 22. Present — Crs. J. Dunstan (Cawmin), Harry, Simmons, Webbef Worrell aid Windsor. Minutes of last meslira read an-J Mnifirmed. Mr. SiaimonB advised tun:: 1cr«, applied for by Mr. Kabbish at last meeting should not ba granted. The applications of Messrs. W. H. Kichards and Alex. McDonald for renting roads, was granted. Mr. U. W. Dunbtan was appointed District Ringer and Inspector of Works. Correspondence received from MesBre. Kingston & Kingston, Crown Lands Office, intimating that road between Hallett and Canowie was placed in Schedule of Main Boads &c, and Mr. Boothby, Sheriff' Leave of absence, .war .granted -to Councillor Turner as' per request. : Messrs. Windsor and Worrell were deputed to report on plan of cemetery, produced. -' -The-Clerk was instructed to' writecto aitratepayew who are in arrears of their last years rate- -with a request that -' too aame must be paid immediately. The Slaugh tering Licence- by a re...

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ADELAIDE PIG AND CALF MARKET. September 17, 1879. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 26 September 1879

Anrcr.ATHR pro and CALF MARKET. September 17, 1879. Mr. Gsobob LAtTGHTOK reports this week a sale of PUa and Calves as follows : — Pioa— The market was well supplied, nearly ever? t-en toeme filled. The great balk were stores, but proved to be quite lnsttBvueni to meet the demand. .-£arkert, oTouaiitf pro* periy 'fod.'were in iWy' bfwk demand, but a number came to band, evidently off crass, and not in proper condition, for these lower prices, had to be admitted «y but otherwise the market was brisk at about low rates. Bacon pigs— Very few offering. Stores — A good supply but not near enough for tbe demand, there was a Urge attendance of buyers from the suburbs and country districts, and prices ruled very high ihoroughout. . - Caxyss — This weeks supply was ? very light one end prices conwquently were 'in advance of laat week. I sold inferior from 10s and up to £2 6* for bss*. Fat latabs — I sub mitted a few of prime quality to auction and eold them at 10s ; there is now a very large...

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THOROUGH COMMUNICATION BETWEEN PORT PIRIE, CRYSTAL BROOK, GLADSTONE, CALTOWIE, AND THE BURRA AND NORTH LINE. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 26 September 1879

THOROUGH COMMUNICATION BETWEEN Post Pibik, Cbxszax Shook, Gladstone CALTOfflE, AKD THE ttUBBA AMD Nobth Like. A.H. A.M. PM ||| ? o'' PobiPibiePostOpmoe ? 6.3U5.6 95 „ „ Sxaxiok ? 6.40 5.1S Nappbbby. ? 7^ 543 87 Cbxsxax Beook ... art. ? 7.40 6.15 „ -dep. ? 750 627 7? George Towh froiHG ? 8.186.55 70 GLADSTONE ? art. ? 8 38 7.15 „ ... dtp. ? a50 7.45 63 Caltowzb ? arr. ? 9.358.30 „ ... ... dep. ....... 945 8.35 51 JAMBSXOWM ? arr. ? 10.12 9.5 tt '(by coach) dep. .:.... 10.30 — 43 P.M. Haixbtt (by^oadi) arr. ? 1.40 19 „ ... „. dep. 6.45 40 18J Bubba ... ? arr 8.0 4.50 „ ? dep 8.5 50 RivEBTOH ... ... arr 6.50 Gawxbb ? 1135 8.30 PJC Adelaide ? 12.35 9.30 P-.BT Adelaide ? 12 30 9.25 Poet Adelaide ? 7.55 4-353Jf§ Adelaide ... ? 7^0 4.3o|l » Gawisb ? 8.50 5-3fr§j|'g P.K. gr-N RlTE&TOir ? £fc Bubea ? arr. ? 12.20 9.0 « ». ? dep ? — ? HAtLETT ? arr. ? 1.30 3s6d ,, (by coach) dep ? 2.15 Jaicesioyto ? arr. ' ? 5.45 llsOd M ? dep. 7.10 6.10 Caxtowie ? arr. 7.32 6 32 I2s4d „ ? dep. 7.40 6...

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Magistrates' Court Redruth. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 20. Before Messrs. G. B. Scott, S.M., ond J. D. Cave, J.P.] LIMITED JURISDICTION. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 26 September 1879

Magistrates' Court Redruth, Satuksat, Septbmbee 20. fBefore Meesr?. G. B. Scott, 8.M., ond J. P; Cave, J.P.] T Turrin JfTuTonirrTinw Bunemann v CrStt8nden—£8 14', for fe' hides, -&?-. Defendant had made a cempositiui of 10a in the p und. but plaintiff refufed U ?ion. ~7e!dc for t ib amount. - March v Brcai— £10 7?, wages. JH.r. Packard for plaintiff; Mr. Hosier for di fendant. £1 10s paid itl Court. Verdict £5 12s iuclnding amount paid into Court. On the information of Corporation Banger Gray CatcMove & Co. were fined 6s and c ste for having stray pif&Bn&E.A.Jaffr-$ 10-, C. Lowe 10«, and If. Opie 8s, and eosts fur stray horses, and W. B'ott &t tor stray goat. — Mobertson, a lid, was charged, on the information of G. A. Gebdardt, with driving cattle off his land without notice. Mr. Hosier for the informant. Tbe boy wa9 re presented by his' grandfather, Mr. Simpson, to nhom tbe cattle belonged. After tbe cebj had bien gone into informent'e attor...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 26 September 1879

Sale op Gifts Yabcowie. — We would draw the attention of our readers to an advertasment elsewhere, of a Bale of gifts at ¥arcowie on Thursday and Friday next Bubba. Hospital. — The number of patients admitted during the past week 2 ; discharged 2 ; now in hospital, 24. The Weather. — Timely showes fell on Sunday and Monday last again yanking prospects look the brightest. The fall in. Burra was -480 and -210 and at Mongolata it was about -080 less. As we go to press it threatens again for a good downpour. Wesleyan Church. — We under stand that the Rev. £. S. Bickford of Sandhurst, Victoria, a nephew of the Rev. J. Bickford, will preach the anniversary services of the Wesleyan Church on October 19. The Constitution Act. — The BUI for the Reform -of the constitution #fe-s reported on Tuesday and will injjglft probability pass the Assemblj to^s^; Burra Mime Dividend. — -We'mie that the Bum Mine has declaim a dividend of 10*. per 8hare,.thii'JBing the first dividend declared forjfcven, y...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 26 September 1879

AUCTIJBS. BURBA MONTHLY MABKEI. Friday, October 3. AT ONE O'CLOCK SHABP. LISTON, SHAKES & GO. will sell by auction, as above, at one iViock— 10,600 Ti\^w 10,600 On account Mr. M. J. M'Bride— 2000 Stor: Ewes On ?'?count Hon. A. Hay — 6000 Store Ewes, nearly fat On aaeonnt Mr. William Ward— 1000 Fat Wethers Ob aanoant Messrs. M*Lesn ft Barker — 1000 Fat Wethers, also : 600 Ewes . _ On another account—: 100 rwo-tooth Bams Theae Bam* an ont of Murray £wet and by Canowie Rama. All the shmp, with the exception of the rams, are in ihe woo?. nil FAT & 8TORB * nil Zll - CATtLB. Zll Ou aooaant Mvsra. Hawttui ft fcons — . . Z&Head of Splendid Beat; Cms Burta __ Station 120 Store Cattle, including. 60 Stan % to & years old On account Mr. M, J. M'Bride— 2 Teams oC Working Bullock*, young, and in Rood oondttioo, with Tack ling complete ' 2 Ploughs, 2 Scoops and a Lot of (Sundries 27 HEAD OF HOBSES 27 Including 2 splendid Draught Mare*, good in any harness, 5 years ...

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WOOL AND PRODUCE REPORT. MESSRS. LUXMOORE & Co. report on Sept. 19 as follows [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 26 September 1879

WOOL AND PRODUCE REPORT. Messes. Luxmooke & Ca report on Sept. 1*- ah folln^rfi :— At out warehousaa to-day we submitted a length catalogue of all descriptionB of produce, including about 500 bales of the new clip of vo-A. Onering new wools so early in the season is ratner unusual, but at ma request oi a . few woolgrowers we were induced to do so. Tbe sale attracted a very huge number of buyers and others interested anxious to know the result of the sale. Our catalogue com prised a total of about 700 bales greasy and scourel wool, consisting ohiefiy of a few clips (early shorn) from the Northern districts, also a considerable portion of the NWB clip — 230 bakjs. Oo opening the samples of this dip it was' found to be -in very good condition and well grown, and attracted a considerable amount of attention. Tne biddings for this pmtd naphed with a good-deal of spirit ap to 7fd per lb., at which figure the lot was with drawn, this being below growers idea of value. The other par...

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COMMERCIAL. MELBOURNE STATION PRODUCE REPORT. J. H. CLOUGH & Co.'s REPORT. September 17. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 26 September 1879

COMJEERCIAL. MKLBOOttNE STATION PRODUCE REPORT. J. H. Cvavaa & Co.'a Rspobt. Septembdr 17. Wool.— There u very little aoing in nu staple at present, as owing to tbe dose proxi mity of the ensuing Season's Sales all full ?Ptcvi Inta are held back lor samel and there ig therefore nothing offering but small lots of So ured and and odd parcels rf Greasy for which but era are easily found at current rates. We note from the cable rdrices of the Home market that tbe demand is reported to be a little firmer, bat then is no *slter-ttaoaa in quotations. . ? Shbbfskhts — We have cleared a full supply at ni*s ruling aa follow : — Butchers' skins, 3s to 6s 2}i each ; lamb skins la 2d to Is 6d each ; dry skins 2s to 3« 6d each j etation skins (in bales)31 to 4|d P« U-. Hnns temsin ?boot the same as last quoted and ma under, at which price we ha»e eold a. g tod average supply: — Green ox hides 13s to 30s each; green cow hides 2J to2&lperlb; green calf akms 1^1 to 2£1 per lb j salte...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 26 September 1879

Young Ranter. mHIS Splendid Draught Entire Horse so I well descended will travel this season as under commencing August 26 h : — YOUNG RANTER will travel Mt. Bryan, Cartapoo, staying one night at Mr. Wise's farm (August* 27) ; Hallett, Tommy's Gap, staying one night at Mr. Tirer'a farm, then back eo Utleoloo and down to Hallett's (late Hogg's) farm and back to Burra, repeating the same every nine days. For Pedigree see cards. Terms— £2 12s 6J. (with 2». 6d. groomage, payable at service) to be paid January 1, 1S80. Mares can be paddocked at 2s. 6J. per week without responsibility. - ? R. AUSTIN, Proprietor. Robinhood. THIS Heavy Draught Entire Horse \rill travel this Season the following ronntip, commencing on or about the 20th of August, Mount Bryan Flat, Mount Bryan East, Ullooloo and HaUett, repeating the same every ninth day, Sundays end accidents excepted. This Draught Entire Horse, Robihhood was bred by Mr. Grossmann, Glen Olmond Road, got by Mr. Smith's imported horse ' Cham p...

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Burra and North-East Agricultural, Horticultural and Floricultural Society's Show. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 26 September 1879

Bnrra and Horth-East A^rienltaral, Horticultural and Flonsaltutal Society'a Show. ^ ? ' . ; The Annual Show of this Society was held it tbe Smelting Works yards on Wednesday last, and tbe westbsr bring g«od tb« largest occasion was assembuav the number being stated at about 2,000. The past 'two seasons have been so unfavorable that some, have thought it unwise Id bold a show this year, but though the stock brought n shewed plainly the bad effect of ftte droufk*. JfHt was by no mesnseobsdasmuhtbav«l-eenfi«srsd. Tuere were several featursa in «ie «bow^wbioh we» mnch in advance of fwwviwaa years«o4.MW; jeai-. bibits in response te^tmvesr-.iiMs.mtfa* jprize, list justified in almost every, ease the addition made, but at the same time it is very disajk pointsng to see siueh an «ntire tsok «f tnterpriae as was evident in the tsusyarls whiob, had besn set apart for iaplenents. We hear ana know jnuch aboafibe 8ism bring ons of the best oentres iu tbe north bMhpastoeslly and agriculturally c...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 26 September 1879

To Owners of Stallions. TjiNTIBG CABDSand RECEIPT BOOK3 Pj to be had on the shortest notice at the Itecord Office, Mat&ret-pquarp. ? ''-.. Lycuirgus. 'i; ... BY Leontdas (roported) cut of Trinket by Croupier (imported} will serve a limited number of m«n-s at Baldina. ' - Terms— £2 2«. Paddotking, 2j. 61. per wetk, without respocs bility. : WM. P. EVBKEB. 'DOOTHBT'S SOUTH AUSTBALLAN J- DESECTOBY FOB. 1880. The Annual Betiaion of this work is now being made, persons whose names or addretaea may teqaire correction, or whose names msy have been omitted,are respectfully requested to forward at onoe by postcard, or otherwise the necessary particulars forinsertion in the forth coming issue to \ JAMES WILLIAMS, Publisher. 64 King William-street, Adelaide. A D E LAI D E Homoeopathic Pharmacy. KING WILLIAM-STEEET, ADELAIDE. EDWARD S.WIGO, HOHKEOPATHIG CHEMIST Medical Bookseller. Family & Station Medicine Cnests SHEEP AHD CATTLE MEDICINES &c. , MISCELLANEOUS. Dressmakin...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 26 September 1879

p|KSTRUCTION OF RABBITS. Burveyor-Gestenil'e Offioe, ? 8th September, 1879. AoH39ofl879,eotitaledlhe Rsb^t Sup* jrertion &et, 1679, having been assented toon ;he 2nd September, 1879, and become the law jf the Province, the attention of Corporations, Boards, District Councils, and owners and jceupiers of freehold and leasehold land is lirected to its provisions, whiob will be strictly mforced. Copies of the Act ean be obtained on appli sation to the Government Printer. By direction of the Hon. Coinia ssioner of Crown Lauds and Immigration, G. W. GOTDBR. Serveyoi -General. . N.B.— Public attention is directed to clause 26 of the Act, which provides that u any person who shall wilfully set loose any rabbits, or knowingly and wilfully permit- any rabbits to be set loose, in any part of the said Province BhaU, on conviction, forfeit and pay for such offbnoe a penalty not exceeding oust hundred pounds (£100).' 63 3 SPECIAL &OTICE. Advertisers will please remember that cM A...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 26 September 1879

BTOHESS DIRECTORY. 10*. per quarter, 2s. diecoant if pud ia ' ''SMlssnoa. ' AUCTIONEEB8. UgTON, SHAKES;&.OO.f Kooringa, OOLSS AflOODGffiCtlV .jKwora^sv HAKES. F. GEBHA&DT, XobiSqgv BOOTMAKERS. W. ANDERSON, Kooringa. CORN DEALERS. J. ROACH, Burra Mill. INSURANCE COMPANIES. ATTSKTRATiTAW MUTUAL PROVI DENT.— A. H. Fobdeb. COLONIAL MUTUAL. — F. W, Holder. SOUTH BRITISH FIRE INSUR ANCE.— F. W. Holbeb. IMPORTERS. DREW & CO., Kooringa. GENERAL BUSIHE88. PROPERTIES FOR SALE. APPILA. /»O1 ACBE8 Known as SULLIVAN'S UOl afiirt-elasaFaHnin good heart, an plooghable m large portion hat hem cropped only once. Plenty water. KRO ACRES, dow to the Township, «J«*A weU improved, plenty of Water. BELAUE. 1 AC) A ACRES, 600 Acres aloughable XV /yU remainder Speadid Grazing Land. LACK BOCK. &7(\ ACRES, adjoining Pekina, one of tin '? V Most Convenient Farms in the North, anftGood Land. f\AQ ACBE3, capitally improved, Fine «^*O Land, alow to Railway, as Good a Farm at then ...

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THE PRICE OF BUTCHERS' MEAT IN THE BURRA. To the Editor of the Burra Record. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 3 October 1879

CHE PRICE OP BUTCHERS1 MEAT IIS THE EUfiiiA. To the Editor of the Surra Becord. Sib — EToW locg will the public here put up «itb the prtitut er'rb;tact urics cf butchers' meat is s question ort«n sske;?. Ths butchers here ourchase their shoso end catiie ai lueir aosrs, cna nave iae p;oit oi one of (he Saest raartets in the colony, sod yst it would be 6:3cuk to find & place in the colc-ny where more us reasonable prices are eliarged. Batchers froai Adelaide aisd tbe Port com-? to the Earra markets to pu-ebsse cattle, and the foliowicg are the pricce advrrtiseJ in the dsily papers. I omit the adfj:ti3er6* names]as I imegine yon would not care to give the seid Adelaide butchers a cheap adron itetnent, but the quo'ation will show what irtspositien ie being practired on the Burrs people; — /-^L-OKIOU3 UEWS FOR THE PORT. \JC CHEAP M.KA1^ — Fore-Quarter, 21.; H ir.d-Quarter, 3d ; Boasting Beef, from 3£d.; Boiling do. dc, 3d. All other meet equally iovr. Nothing but best quality kep...

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WILLOWIE, SEPTEMBER 26. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 3 October 1879

WII.-LGWIE, StPTESiBEE 26. Altc-.' e Io?^ draught iae 1-tsuLfui rain es come at ks% most of liia djrr,s are full end th« fercere are sgois 'trit'i tir.j::n; esiisteissces tbcu^li before the riin ihe-r w.-^,- wrc rtnyrr, cast. \e.;tcrdsy th're »a.- i frw hir»vy claps of costizM-x EiOTEiy zni soitl; c-i the i&zeissi ex pect a good hay harvest, wl;i!e oihers esy it will be ii^ht. Most of the i'arajero were busy fallowing on Wednpsday. Mr. Dooncr was hera with his scer.es of the Busso-Turkis War snd th* life eizj portraits of the cored r?ed and Din K-.l!y, raoet of the visitors were pleased with ihe scer.es.

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CORRESPONDENCE. TEROWIE, SEPTEMBER 29. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 3 October 1879

C0RRESF0NI-ENCS. (From onr cwn Correspcmtents.) TEROVIlf, S?EPnan$im29. \ju l:uuuq) Mcvb tuc auiiivcrea.ry eervices or the Wesleyan Sunday School ht re were held by the Eev. P. C. Xhcmse. The Monday even ings meeting was presided over or 'Mr. S. ICfater, Ice epeakers beiug the Revs. Janes (Bapti£-), Thoo.es and Jasnes. Natwithetand .ing the i ufavcrible weather the congregations were good and saice'hirg over £15 ws8 plccei to the credit cf the Comaiittee. The annual picnic was to have been held on Monday, but owing to t1?e rsia it waa postponed till Ihurs t'ay, when 'Ail Terowie and bis v:ife' went fcr a days outing. A »c-cjal tea v-as held ia the eve-nine, the whole enniversery m-y be con^idtred a (horoueb success. We had ccine 3pUn did rains on Sunrlsv snd Monday last and a nice stoarer oa Thursday, eiucs th^n there Lave brer, one or two licht frosts. * Tne wiieat is locking httlthy, though short in growth ; t&d &n tfcs ^^hlerk^ds L ruj.uine up ia ear. i am giwa to...

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Open Column. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 3 October 1879

O»gh Column. The Editors io not hold the-a-£e!v-» r«poa jb!e fur ibe opicioss fsprc»scd in this cuiusm. ? A ?

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