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MOUNT BRYAN WEST, SEPTEMBER 29. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 3 October 1879

MOUS'T BE5' AST WEST. Sspiehesb 29. After tbe splendid rains there has been eome nice warm weather for eight or ten days and then fjilovred with tome more beautiful showers; the ssscon could cot be more favorable for the crops trhich ero looking strong and improving greatly. The grass is growing very fast now end the cattle and^j horses an) improving iu condition very fast. Fallowicg is etiii carried on more vigorously, ihe grcuud was getting very stiff in places before the rain that fell last week.

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District Councils. HANSON. MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 29. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 3 October 1879

Sistrlct Councils. HAKSOK. . Mobdak. SnnsKBsa 29. Present — Councillors Tobi (Chairman), Tamer and Peak. Circular received from P.rown Lands Office withdrawing circular He. L828. - fieoeDt received for TOoneyllents to be atuniedw. jjettertrom-viaraiJonncuaBnng for repairs near boundary ; to' stand over for the present. FroiJ H. E. Young aeking for repair of creek, Gum Creek and FfiUBtyerroad. TenrlciB to be called for this, for two places near Ola«sons, for about twenty chains metal ling near Crow BoadB, for about two chains at at Bagg'« crotsing, £t-r coimecling. road at Jones's wvh main read end 'repairs on Sam Creek and Iron Mine road. The Chairman and Or. 'Tamer to bare email repairs made sear CHaeeorfe and Ofllis*. Use of Chamber allowed for Wrairvan -tea meetiug. Applica tion lo be made for withdrawal of Section 171 from sale. BeceJuts £278 13& Salt payments 4122

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 3 October 1879

Lycurgus. BY Leonidas (imported) out of Trinket by ] Croupier (imported) will serve a limited j umber of mares at Baldina. I Terms— £2 2*. Fdddocking, 29. 63. per I reek, without responsibility. j WM.P.E4EEEB. j Young Ranter. flHIS Splendid Draught Entire Horse bo j_ well descended will travel this season as i inder commencing AugUBt 26h : — ? YOUKG BANTER wUl travel Mt. Bryan, 3artapoo, staying one night at Mr. Wise'* arm (August 27) ; HaUett, Tommy's Gap, ?taying one night at Mr. Tivei'a farm, then jack so Ullaoloo and down to Halle! fs (late Hogg'e) farm aad back to Burre, repeating the same every nine days. For Pedigree ece cards. Terms— £2 12s 63. (with 2*. 6d. groomae?, payable at service) to be paid January 1, 1S80. Mares can be p&ddocked at 2s. 61 per week without responsibility. B. AUSTIN, Proprietor. Young Emperor. IS a Suffolk Punch, dark bay, with black 1 points; got by 'Old Emperor,' out of j 'Duchess' ('? Duchess' by ' Old Emperor,' j out of ' Empress ',) both ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 3 October 1879

A. PJLPER FOB THE SURRA A2TD THE FORTO-EAST. BURRA, FBIDA1, OCTOBER 3, 1879.

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Burra Corporation. MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 29. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 3 October 1879

Burra Corporation..-.: Mobsat, BKPiEMBau 29. Present — Hi» Worahip the Major, (Rr. Nesbitt) Grs. Batehelor, .pardiolomss 1*, Gcake, Drew and Bidgway. ? MnjtTTBB. ? ? - ? The minutes of last meeting were read find confirmed. ASBBSSOB. ' Mr. B. Sneil web appointed Asscesor on the casting vote of the Mayor, Mr. Moody Tiarm* tied wi.hhim. Bitbgbss Eon,. . The Burgefis Boll was laid on die table. A. thoii diicu«Bion«neu6d«s4o tbe-potsibility of more, than one'person voting loVJe-cii property nnd it was pointed out that under thb Act, b -tb owners aad occupieie.and a!l members of firms being either could Votr. ?? -??'* .*h'*.': WxtOBBBmoBS. jr?'^ ' It was resolved that all owaefe jbfi*Mgh bridges on Corporation propsiijahoaljtpa; a pepper corn rent. ? ?¥. . IkePKCHJE'b &SPO&T. '|~ The Iospector'e reports werdMrad, and lo wan formally instructed to taKfe'actwn w» re n filthy facu»e in B«drulh. Also toaee ifaat the drain under, te Poat-offioe was ^h^rougldy cleansed. ' ..?: ...

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CHAPTER XLI. A LAST HOPE [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 3 October 1879

CHAPTER XI.I. A. 1AST HOPS. Those sleepless nights of passionate yearn ing end despair— those davjs of aullen gloom broken only by wild cravings for revenge that ™=r,f tttwmoh his brain like spasms of fire : these were tilling mis man. au- »cc grew haggard and gray ; his eyes morose and h©pe lessi he shunned people as if ha feared their scrutiBy ; he brooded over the past in a silence be did not wish to have broken by any human voice. This was no longer Macleod of Dare, It was the wreck of a man— drifting no one krnw where. . Aad in those hard and morbid reveries there was no longer any bewilderment. He saw clearly how be bad been tricked and played with. He understood now the coldness she had shown on coming to Dare i her desire to eet away fgain; her impatience with his appeal* i ber anxiety that communication between them ahould be solely by let'er. Yet, yes ' be would say to himself— and sometimes he would laugh alcnd in the solitude of the bills—' »be was prndent. She was ? wom...

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Topics. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 3 October 1879

Topics. The long promised taxation proposals are before the House at last and the great novelfc? protnised by the Treasurer is public property. The scheme in short, is that all money received as rent or interest shall pay a duty of 6d. in the pound collected by means of adhesive stamps without which m no receipt for either of these would be valid. The stamp would have to be wovided by the receiver of the money. All incomes derived from business, pro fession, salary or any otherjsotirce than renfc or interest are to pay 3d. in the pound over £300, that sum going free ia all instances. In January of each year eaeh person is required to send in a return of his income, based upon a three years' average, and together with this a cheque for the sum due. The names of persons so doing will be pub lished (without the amounts) in the Gazette and any who fail to comply with the Act will be disqualified from bringing any- civil action in the Law Courts. Tne latter proposal is about the most abs...

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FARMERS' ASSOCIATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 3 October 1879

FARMERS' ASSOCIATIONS. Sevebai. of the remarks of Mr. W. B. EDunsevelljM.P,, at the dinr.er aft jr the Burra Show as reported in our last Issue were worthy of special notice by agriculturalists. While we rejoice at the success of shows of agricultural produce, as means to the end of Im proved quality, yet it must be evident to all that opportunities are quite as urgently needed for the comparison of methods and opinions, as for the com petition of results in the shape pre sented at shows. Not only iu this way, but also, as pointed out by Mr. Rounsevell, in the adoption of concerted action for tke promotion. of political aud other questions, would the meeting together cf those having a community of interest be for their mutual advan tage. We do not think, however, that such societies as that having the management of the show are the best suited to that object. A better organi zation, which seems to have escaped the notice of the hoa. gentleman, is that of the Fanners' Associations, w...

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LAND LAWS. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 3 October 1879

LAND LAWS. Two points in connection with our Land Laws are to be dealt with this session. Mr. Ward has in hand his pet scheme for the mortgage of credit selections, and owing to the unaccount able change of opinion in regard to it during the past few weeks, it seems probable that it may pass. Should the bill become law we are certain that it will be more dangerous to our land system than ever dummyism has been, and that its result will be that capital ists will be placed at a great advan tage in securing desirable blocks of land. It will benefit neither the farmer nor the tradesman, and as the farmers do not ask for it, nor the late committee of the Assembly recommend it, we cannot see any reason why it should pass, and are astonished that both our members support it - The other question is one of great importance and we are very glad to see that the Governme .t propose to abolish the bliud auction systca now in force and to adopt the plan recommended, by the late Select Committee i...

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COMMERCIAL. WOOL AND PRODUCE REPORT. MESSRS. LUXMOORE & Co. report on Sept. 19 as follows: [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 3 October 1879

COMMERCIAL. WCOL AND PaODUCE B.EPOET. Messes. Ltjxsiooes &. Co. report on Sept. 19 as foiicas : — W OOL.— Since date of our laet report we hare offered uo Ijts by auction. We have, however, disposed of ssveral lots by private contract, cansbtine chicflV of ec-sured dfctcriDttone. F01 roe parcel of 37 balea fell- inong ere' cauatry Ecoared, first, seconds, and crjssbxeds, we cibtaiced 13 1 ji per lb ; all round. The new clip is now cuming to bacd freeir, and lots are beiag held for the opening sales to take place about the first week of October ; by tjiii iau- & large quantity will be amiable for real zttiun. Tncre is & good private enquiry, and it may bi exp?cted that tha opeaiag tdea will go off with cjnsiderablo spirit. W*-) are advised that several large .English and Contineatal wool buying houses will bo represented at our sale j this eeason, who no doubt, should suitable wools be offering, will take a large quantity far direct manufacturing purposes. We ...

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General News. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 3 October 1879

General News. The report of ihe Board of Aisvics appointed to cousider tbe question cf outer' harbor icsom~odaiJ5a was Isid before iLe Bouse of Assembly oa,Tue3daj afternoon. The Board ire in lavcr oi ice oocsirncticn oi an oj;en j?tfy and brea- wster 6t harge. Bay, ths esti iisated co»t of which is £450,003. Ia ancwer :o a question by Sir. Werd, the Treasurer Elated that the Qcv-rmincrit were not prrp&rsd la fjka action in t4jo -!ir±tlios reccc'riKcsdrf bf the bonri. A meeting cf ropresonfatires of the Munici pal Asfpc'&iicn Was held to-iej in the Town lia!'.. Mr. M:.ck!s:cin. cf Hatailton, wa* ehainnsn. Tht-re kus & large attendance. The bueine=s cor.eisicd psincipaliy of a dit-cussion on the propriety of introducing ia Victoria the South Australian Width of Tires Act. Alucl: difcreace of cpiaion existed, aud so s&tis'ac- tory cecisicn irse errived ;f. A deputation iiom Iho Australian Oil. Fsctory waited on Mr. L-.lor. They sub mitted samples of oli...

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The Parliament [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 3 October 1879

. The Parliament The Legislative Council etill hss on'y one day's wurk a w^ik, and the b^rlneas oa Tuesday last eemyrisi'd the first reading of the GoTcrnrcerit Bcf ra Eill. (The second read ing was no! set ,d ; ?.?? d for s: y particular t;mo because cf !Tr. llay'e Ci!] wnieh i* 5rst to be got out of the cay.) T::e bill fo amend the Customs Act was a'oo rcsd a Srat time, and that for amenrlinsr the Corsvic-ts prt-vrution Act, and tha \Vsterwork3 Bill, and the Port Pirie Waterworks Bill vere read a third time and passed. Ti.e Mag-1 Wtfcr Ssipyly BJi was alcO carried mrcu^h the lioure. Tbo Asscuibl;/ rtciived the rulisg of the Speaker thut tiocgh tbs-re had been irregul aritie? ia the piis-ga of the District Courts Bill yet it cculd nor- now be o! jecicd to. The Government promised to bi'.g in a b 11 to amend ths Lind Li'a. Tm-y aha stated thr-t they did r.ot propose lo deal with the Outer Hsibn- quc-s:iin this eesiion— s deci-ioa we very much regret for we a:e sure that the greater ...

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Macleod of Dare. CHAPTER XL. DREAMS. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 3 October 1879

Macleod of Dare. CFrom Harper' '? Xftgaztne). CHAPTER XL. 'hat is the slow, sad Bound that one »? The grave is on the lonely islands; » is no one let on the isUnd now ; there -th'ne bnt the grave ' Man that is born - teaman hath but a short time to Uae, ana 11 of misery,' Oh t o, not that ! That is i.; cv?r; the misery is over, and there is a. This is the sound of the uea-Urds, and : win1* coining ov- r tV seas, and the wave* : ? the rocks. Or it is Donald, in the boat, - ng back to the land? The people hare ??? sr heads hent ; it is 8 Lament the boy is ? vfing. And how will you pli-y the ' Comhadh : Cloinne' to-nghr. Donald ? -and what will e mother any ? It ;s six eons s-ie hag to 'nk of now ; and Patrick M&r had but seven -'€ad when he wrote to Lament of the Children. ' met, see to her ! Till her it is no master r-w ; the veiee his c.ime ; the misery is over; here is o^'y the quiet sound of the wavas. 3ut you, Donild. come here. Put down your -.ipes, and listen. Do you re...

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Our Railway Systems. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 3 October 1879

Oar Railway Systems. Mr. T. Higinbetham, the eminent Victorian Engineer has reported on oar and railways the following extracts will be cf interest to oar With regard to the general management of the Goversment railwaje, it would be quite unjustifiable to conclude that because they are at present unproductive they are therefore mis managed. Tne railways Are incomplete and disjointed, and the percentage of expenses to receipts ia therefore necesEarily very high. When the connections are made between Haraley Bridge and Balaklava, and between Terowie and Qaorn (with the branch to James town), the system will assume shkpe and con sistency. I have no doubt that the gross re ceipts will then be largely increased, and the U-ercentage of working expenses to these receipts will be reduced. The existing staff of the department will, in fast, with same small additions, be found sufficient to work a much greater mileege than the present. There are, however, certain circumstances which must alwa...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 3 October 1879

nSEQUE EOCE3 printed with neatcreB {J and dispatch at the « BUBBA fiECOED ' OFFICE. 2-HO? CARDS neetly prinied at the O 'BUSaA ESCCRD' OFFICE. OUSINESSCASD5 ofa-i dcBcrptionB at Lf the ' JiUSS A RECORD' OFFICE. POSTEB3 PRIKTLD IS BLACK AI«3 C LOURED i&KS, at Mm 'E.URSA RECOHD' OFFICE. ' T7I LECTION AKD GES AMliNtAL Hi PRISTI5G neatly executed at the 'BUHEA iiECOED' OFFICE. SELFISHNESS IS A MOST DESPICABLE PEOPENl S1TY. Now what a!iall we say of the man who obtains erery conceivable sort of machine to assist him in his work, but leaves his partner to toil laboriously over tbe washing without the invaluable »id of a MACHINE and WBISGER, and do aU tha IEOSISG afterwards without a MAKGLE? We Befrain fiom saying what we think, but leave it to its otvn conscience and the gentle pc-rsasEire power of his Iiongeuffer Ing wife. Euf this much we will venture on observing, that a PERFECT CUBE at £4 era COMMOX SENSE at £1 10?., or a EUREKA at £5, either of these, especially with a WRINGE...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 3 October 1879

ATKJTI3SS. JJUB3A MONTHLY MABKEX. Friday, October 3. L] S T O N, SHAKES & CO. will ecll by auction, as above, at one /clock — 10,600 '*««£:» 10,600 ua account Mr. M. J. M'Bride — 2000 Store Ewes On ?(?count Hon. A. Hay — 6000 Store Ewes, nearly fat On eceonnf- iir. William \Vard — 1000 Fat Wethers On account M-§ers. Mtean & BarVer — 1000 Fat Wrtbers, also 500 E «s On another account — 100 r«ro-tooth Rams These Earns are out of Murray Ewes and by Canovrie Rams. All the sheep, with the exception of the renu, are in the woo'. «I| FAT & 8TOKE Oil All CA11LE. 218 On Bcconnt. Messrs. Hanson & Sons— 75 Head of Splendid Beef, from Burta Station For various owners — 120 Store Cattle, including 50 Steers 2 fo 3 years old X)a account Mr. Jiff. J. M'Bride-^ 2 Teams of Working Bullock*, young, and in good condition, with Tack ling compete 2 Ploughs, 2 Scoops and a Lot of Sundries 27 nEAD of hceses 27 Including 2 eplendid Draught Maics, good in any harness, 6 rears...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 3 October 1879

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 10 j. per quarter, 2a. discount if paid in advance. AUCTIONEERS. LISTON, SHAKES^ CO., Kooringa. COLES & GOODCHTLD, Kooringa. BAKER. F. GEBHARDT, Kooringa. BOOTMAKERS. W. ANDERSON, Kooringa. CORN DEALERS. J. ROACH, Burri MilL INSURANCE COMPANIES. AUSTRALIAN MUTUAL PROVI DENT. — A. H. Fobdek. COLONIAL MUTUAL.— F. W. &OLDSB. SOUTH BRITISH FIRE INSUR ANCE.— F. W. Holbee. IMPORTERS. DREW & CO., Kooringa. GENERAL BUSINESS. PROPERTIES FOE SALE., V\A. R, M »- APPILA. £»01 ACEE8 Known as SULLIVAN'S OOl a first-class Farm in good heart, ail ploughable a large portion has been cropped only once. Plenty water. CC() ACRES, doae to the Township, «J«J^ weU improved, plenty of Water. BELALIE. 1AOA ACRES, 600 Acres ploughable l\j/£\J remainder Spendid Grazing Land. LACK BOCK. £2*7 fi ACHES, adjoining Pekina, one of the V i U Most Convenient Farms in the North, an-i Oood Land. ELAQ ACRES, capitally improved, Fine «*O Land, close to Railway, as Good a Farm a...

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THOROUGH COMMUNCATIONI BETWEEN PORT PIRIE, CRYSTAL BROOK, GLADSTONE. CALTOWIE, AND THE BURRA AND NORTH LINE. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 3 October 1879

TUOROUGH COMMUNCATIONI BETWBES Poet Pirib, CHY3TAi Bhook, Giadstoxe. CAITO«1E, AKD THE B0B2A AKD KOKTH LlKK. A.M. A.M. P-M I! J | ? 5 ? ^_ PoexPieiePostOfficf' ? 6.3L5.5 95 „ „ Statios ... ? 6.405.15 Mappekbt ? 7.8 5 43 87 Cbtstai Bbook ... arr. ? 7.40 6.15 „ „ ... dcp. ? 7.50627 77 Gkobgb Tows Fidisg ? S.186.55 70 GiiDsTOSE ? arr ? ... 8 38 7.15 „ ... dep. ? 8.507.45 63 Caitowie ? arr. ? 9.358.30 „ ? dep. ? 9458.35 51 jAMESTOwy ... ...arr ? 10.12 9.5 „ (by coach) dep ? 10.30 — 43 P.SL flAK,ETT (by toocli) arr ? 1.40 19 „ ? dep. 6.45 40 18J Bueba ? err 8.0 4.50 „ ? dep 8.5 5 0 Eiveeton ? arr 6.50 Gawise ? 1135 S30 p.m. Adelaide ? 12.3^ 9.3o P.-ft Adbiaide ? 1230 925 A.M. AM. P.H.gl ? £ S Poet Adelaide ..^ ? 7.55i4;:35lj:i Adelaide ? 7.50 4.S0s3's Gawxkb ? 8.5O,53oe|1 Bitsbton ? ^s Bvmt ? arr. ? 1220 9.0 e „ ? ... dep ? — ? Halle-it ? arr. ? 130 3=6d „ (hy coach) dtp ? 2 15 JiMESTOWjir ? orrj ? 5.45 llrOi „ ? dep.\ 7.10 6.10 OiLTOtvlE ? arr I 7 32 6 32 I2s4d „ ? dep j 7 4* 6,40 Glads...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 3 October 1879

1. a r. Tl rONKY TO LEWD, on good freehold JjjL eecarity. For particulars apply to the Secretary of Trustees, Sose of Sharon Tent, I.O.B.,~Eooring8. 68 SPECIAL NOTICE. With this issue begins « - New Quarter. Will our Sub scribers remember this and send us in the names of any oftlieir friends lohowishto be placed on our list. Our Accounts are now being rendered, and replies Early will oblige. MARRIED. WILLIAMS—WATSON—On the 25th       September, by Rev. James Bickford, Charles C. Williams, to Catherine Watson, both of Kooringa, S. A. TIVER—PRIOR—At the residence of the     bride's father, Redruth, by licence, by the Rev. W. Jenkin, on Sept. 27, Augustus, eldest son of Mr. Charles Tiver, to Mary Ann, eldest daughter of Mr. Edward Prior, both of Redruth.

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WOOL AND PRODUCE REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 10 October 1879

WOOL AND PRODUCE REPORT. Mbssss. E. E. I biesx&x & Co. report on Oot. 2 as follows :— The few lots of wool that tare passed the hammer during the week have realised prices fully up to .London quotations for unimportant parcels. Oce or tw& dtps have been offered at auction and subsequently shipped on owner's' account, buyers bring unwilling to operate at grower's limits. The very unsatisfactory state of trade in Europe, and tbe evident deter mination cf msnoisctarere to act with great caution in baying, have resulted in a most disappointing conclusion to the Au£usi» Sep tember Irscdoa esles, prices haviag griduai'y fallen until a drop of from 10 to 15 percent on the June prices is authoritatively atnouncwd. Crossbred and lambs' wool are mentioned as being sot affected by tha fail in values. Taking these circumstances into-consideration it -t a?.-- j leas anticipating anything like last year's races to obtain bera for piejeufc eeasoa's clips. Aj a feet we may m...

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