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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 10 October 1879

HoUoaatfs TUls and Ointment. — Old Sores, Wmnds end Uicere.— The readiness with which HollowayV ungument removes all obstructions in the ~«& eolation of the vessels and lymphatics, explains their irresisticle influence in healing old soie', bad wounds, and indolent ulcers. To insure the desired effect the 6kin surrounding tbe diseased part should be fomented, drier!, and immediately well rubUed with the Ointment. Ibis will give purity to the foul blood and strength to the weakened nerves the only condition* accessary for the cure of all those ulcerations which render life almost intolerable. No sooner is this Ointment's protective powers extrted than the destructive process ceases and the cons tructive business begins — new healthy growth appears to fill' up ihe lately painful txcBV&ted p*: ? 4 FISCHER'S . : x» a. ?arc s bt a? Prices— 75*., 100s., 140.*. The STAR is the best and moet durable Machine eve made, and easy to work. The PERFECT CURE is a very welti* Machin...

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CLARE V. MINTARO. (From a Correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 10 October 1879

OLARB V. MINTARO. (From a Correspondent.) the alo.e clubs met for the long looked for contest on a piece of ground about a mile from th.3 townshio, the property of Mr. S. Bowman. Thn tf inrnmitAa ont tooether tiieir verv best team cf did also the Clarites as will be seen at a glance at the Bcores that they arrived at the scores that they arrived at Mintaro with 'bright' array. It was folly anticipated that Clare would win, but it was intended if possible to save a one innings defeat, which they' did. Tie bowling of Bl*Lcish end HnddforMinta.ro was splendid, as will be eeen by the rtsuli of the first inn:nte; Jessop and Jolly also bated well for the skids team. For Clare Bright, Harder and M Farlane played a good game. Bright'* underhand slows were very effective Bnd Mintaro lost the match in the eecond innings. The feel ings of the spectators at well as the players on the Mintaro side can well be imagined as eton as the result of the first inn irg* was known. Before the end of the s...

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Cricket Notes. BY "QUIZ." [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 10 October 1879

Cricket Notes. Br 'Qua.' A friend has kindly offered to give us a lew notes occasionally in reference to this «»yll«wit game. He styles himself 'Quiz,' and this week writes ss follows :— I have been for the ltst two or three Satur day afternoons having a look at our (Burn) cricketers, and as far as I can see at present I think they wOl make a very good etow this season. I notice a great many fresh, men ont at practice, and some of them shape vary well though they are all at present out of form. I also notice the absence of several of the old players, viz., Belcher, J. Burns, Walker, Short ridge end J. Snell, though I hear that Walter will still stick to the old dub, and fcnell will also play for Surra when able. Belcher, who now resides in Hallett, wOl play for that town. Shortridge I hear has joined the Hanson club, and Bums I expect will wield the willow in Hew Caledonia. The club will no doubt feel the loss of these players, especially Belcher, who always did good service for the...

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MOUNT BRYAN. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 4. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 10 October 1879

MOUNT BRYAN. 8AT0BDAT, OOTOBIB *.' Pxeseat— S. -JoWns-. JBm. JfJP, '. 0M)Aaua)t Councillors Dawsod and Harry. ' '__ Correspondence, from the Secretary of I ue Bam -Hospital r» 'auoscriptioa ~\a u«e, deferndfortheeotuidenitoq of full Oonaoih Beesipts £8 IOj. * paymenU £80s.9d. ??

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The Parliament [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 10 October 1879

The Parliament, The Legislative Council received from the Assembly and a first time the following Bills : — Part Augusta Water Works, Main Roads, Selectors' Mortgage, Contractors' Debts. Dis tnot uourts, iirandB Aot Amendment and Wallaroo Railway Act Amendment. Mr. Hay't motion for the withdrawal of his Beform Bill wts carried. The Customs Aot Amend ment Bill was carried through Committee and the House adjourned till next day. In the Assembly the Marine Board, Northern Territory Immigration and Land and Ir.fctiiute Amendment Bills were advanced and the rest of the time given to the estimates, and the Hoosa rose on reaching the item ' tmmigratioD.' Estimates will soon be oat of the way now, Bid then we suppose there will be a grand rush, the usual slaughter of un finished Bills, and the end of the poorest and most useless session we have ever eeen. Ga Wednesday the Chief Secretary sought h. have the Government Bill foc-thsTPfona of the Council read a second time. This was strongly op...

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

WCOL ASD PRODUCE EEPGRT. Mebsss. TjVxmooks & Co. report on Oct. 2 as follows:?— '; ' Kanoaboo Sunfs. — Thi3 market has lately lean better suouiicd. ccccideriible quantifies coming in from the Sju to-East districts. To day ws disposed of a iargp quantity, large siz^; which met crith-btisk ««Bip«titio«, and bring ing^up to 30a dozen ; inadiacn. a&dttiB«l% Ss to 20*do. ; . / ai '.'. » ' { * IIjdeS:— We 'evSbtoHiel a considerable jjaantity salted bides, the whole of which bad ?been kept a long time, principally coming from ihs rivsr districts. Tier Were also chicCy li^bt mights and rsry much cut. AU Jots in good condition free from cut* are readily sale ebJe, and realise (considering luw rated ruling for leather) Tery good prices.

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COMMERCIAL. LISION, SHAKES, & CO'S MONTHLY MARKET REPORTS. Kapunda, September 30. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 10 October 1879

C0M.MEKCIAL. Listoit, SffAESS, & Co's Mokthit Maskbt BEPOfcTS. . ; i - '. ZKaDunde. BeDtember 80,- ? We yarded nearly 3,000 fiheep, ISO head fat and etcre cnttie, and 39 hones. The attend ance was large, and competition generally keen. Sales es under :— Sheep. — For Mr. C. MoOoil 963 good store weiker*, at 2) Qi. For Mr. Eli Gacjlln, 300 fitcre wethers, nearly is*-, at Qi lid. On enolber account, 1,432 small store ewes, 6s 14. Cathb. — For Mr. H. Vou Reibeo, 35 fat bullocks, at from £8 12s 6J io £7 7s 60. For Mr. A. Hays, S3 bead young 6tore cattle, from the South-east, sonsll — 12 etccrs, at £12 17s ; 14, at £2 18s i 12, at £2 12* ; 14, at £1 18s ; 11 heifers, at £1 9j 6dj 17 cove, at from £2 3a to £3 4 ; 3 heifers at £3 5a. For Mr. MeOormaok, 2a cows, £12. For Mr. P. Esarne, 4 head' young cattle, at £2 6a; and a few liead for other owners. Pigs were in demand, and sold welL— Hobseb. — V;j-y good sorts in. We sold mare and foaL £37 ; and a few head light horses at from £5 t...

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Magistrates' Court Redruth. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 8. [Before Messrs. P. Lane and E. Lipsett, J.P.s'.] [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 10 October 1879

Magistrates' Court Redrutb. Wednesday, Octobeb 8. r Before Messrs. P. Lane and £. Linsett. J. PsM Charles Schuts, omnibus proprietor was charged with pot renewing the licence to use hiB omnibus within Ihe Corporation boundary. The licence expired laat March, and defendant said he haa forgotten to renew it. Fined the lowest penalty £1 without costs. Frederick Fust was eliargad with not renew ing his licence to use his water cart. The case was similar to the last, plea guilty and a fine of £1 without costs inflicted.

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MOUNT BRYAN FLAT, October 7. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 10 October 1879

MOUNT BRYAN FLAT. October 7. The fanners in this neighbourhood hava much cause for congratulation in the timely downpour of nun which has fallen here since Sandav. crona are looking excellent. A day school has bees aeta&iahed here and a memorial to the Minister of Education pray ing for the erection of a teacher's residence has been universally signed, and it is to be hoped that 'the powers that be' will take immediate steps to erect same or tha present teacher will be nnabl--, in the absence of a resi dence, to continue the school.

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CORRESPONDENCE. MOUNT BRYAN EAST, October 6. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 10 October 1879

CORRESPONDENCE. (Prom our own Correspondents.') MOUNT BRYAN EAST. Oet»W fi. The weather has been warm this last week, which has brought -the barley grass into ear verv anicklv. also making the ffronnd mrr hard to plougn. The crops are looking first class now and have shot np considerably lately. Yesterday was an exceedhily rough and bois terous day,* it was followed by some nice showers of rain which will do the crops a great deal of good after the drying wind we hare had.

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HALLETT. MONDAY, OCTOBER 6. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 10 October 1879

HALLBTT. MoKOAr. Ocmama 6. PMsent^CounciUora Dunstan (Chamnao), Simmon*, Mills, Webber, Windsor, Worrell aid Turner. f.JC, '^ - u^'J J -U'--'' »? Minutes of last meetins read ana confirmed. The.Goai.ett endorsed the action of the Chairman and Cleric rt compromise with Mr. ^tt^ Vtnd^ «d Worrell reported^ the plans of cemetery submitted at, last an*mg were in aoooraanoa wnt grouna pegged out, end stated that it wm nesttrezeeanjd* ^ ^ ;. C^rrsspondenoB. From Mr. Ifcckarfl, a* oitor Kooringa, wolosing staten«toraocoant n W«s»dgaS-*«mftownIiaBda»€IBee aa timatiniithal road from Mount Bryan Stabosi tojfoasolaia Haaafltation Hgndradrf gay, ?ton and thence in ? jBoftti-WiWIf. iMttilj direoticn to join titeMeninilie tract |wat placed ~in~8^iedule of Msin~Soadir Ann an iiiei»bseofnuTOteasneeyl^ftr|g^«a«lf. William Windsor aeiuih^ Ids jes^ihon aa Coanoiuan ? ???'A ? '.' -r ?'?'? ' ?'?'- ^--- It was resolved Ahat Hub Oooncil enbscribe £S 5s. to the Buna HospitaU ? ' ^ J The.resignatiMi pf Mr. W...

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AUBURN, October 8. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 10 October 1879

AUBURN, October 8 1879. The show held here under the auspices of the Northern Agricultural and Horticultural Socivty, on October Sad was in every respect a grand success, there being during the day quite 3.000 people present. The Society has been laboring under a disadvantage in the past through not- having an exhibition ground but this difficulty is at «st overcome, the Cotn mitte having purchased ten acres of ground arj rining the lovcehip, on a slight lise, which is admirably suited for the occasion. As it is only about two months aiuee the society pro cured the piece of land there was not time to prepare the necraary facilities for exhibition of the cattle on the ground, and they were again shewn in the yards behind Messrs. J. E. Bleechmore & Son's corn store. 'A few days previous to the show the neither was un settled, and doubts were entertained about it, but they wen all dispelled at aunrbe, as it proved to be as lovely a day at ever dawned. By mid-day Auburn was evid...

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Chapter XLII. THE WHITE-WINGED DOVE. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 10 October 1879

CHAPTER XLH. THE IV HIXB-'WINGKD DOVE. The mere thought of this action, swiff, Hniwd'M', impetuous, seem to give relief to tbe burning brain. He went outside and walked down to the shore t all the world was asleep; but the day had broken fair and pleasant* and the sea was calm and bin*. Was not that 'a good omen P After all, then, there was etill the wild, glad hope that Fionsgbal might come and live in her northern home ; the lummer days had not gone forever ; they might still find a red rose for her bosom at Castle Dare. And then be tried to deceive himself Wbb not this a mere lover's stratagem ? Was not all fur in love as in war ? Surely she would forgive him, for the sake of the great love he bore her, and the happiness he would try to bring 'her all the rest of her life? And no sailor, be would take care, would lay his r »ugh hand on 'her gentle arm. That was the folly of Hamish. There was no chance in these days for a band of northern pirates to rush into a church and carry of...

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Macleod of Dare. CHAPTER XLI. A LAST HOPE. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 10 October 1879

Macleod of Dare. CFrom Harper* 3Tagcmne). CHAPTER XLI. A £AST HOPE. The laneh soon died away from his face. &ere w»s the etone bridge on which she used to lean to drop pebbles into the whirling clear water. Was there not some imnrraainn ni-n yet of her soft warm arm on the velvet moss t And what had the voice of the streamlet tcld him in the days long ago P — that the summer time waB made for hapoy lovers t that she was coming; that ht should take her band and show her the beautiful inlands and the eun-Iit teas before the darkening skies of the winter Came over them. And here was the summer sea j and moia^ warm odera Were «n the larch' wo'd ; an! out thera Ulva was shining green, and there was runiight on the islands and on the rocks of Erisceir. But. she— where was ehe ? Perhaps standing btfore a mirror, with a difBS a!l of white, and trying how orange blossoms would best lie in her soft brown hair. Her arms are uplifted to her head ; she smiles | Could not one suddenly sei...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 10 October 1879

Lycurgus. BT Leonidas {imported) out of Trinket by Croupier (imported) will serve a limited number of mares at Balding. Terms — £2 2*. Paddocking, 2a. 63. per week, without responsibility. WM.F.B&REER. Young Ranter. mfflS Splendid Draught Entire Hone so X well demoded will travel this season as mnif» commencing Angut 26cfa i— YOUTfG BANTER will feral Mt. Bryan, Cartapoo, staying one night at Mr. Wiee'e farm (August 27) 5 Hallett, Tommy's Gap, staying one night at Mr. Tiver'e farm, then back eo Ullooloo and down to Halletfs (late Hogg's) fwn and back to Burra, repeating the same every nine days. For Pedigree eee cards. Terms— £2 12s 6d. (with 2«. 6d. eroomage, payable at service) to be paid January 1, 1880. Hares can be paddocked st 2s. 6i per week without reeponaibility. B. AUSTIN, Proprietor. Young Emperor. IS a Suffolk J?unoh, dark bay, with black points; got by 'Old Emperor,' out of ' Duchess ' (' Duchess ' by ' Old Emperor,' out of 'Empress',) both imported. Ibis well-kn...

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MELBOURNE STATION PRODUCE REPORT. J. H. CLOUGH & Co.'s REPORT. October 2. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 10 October 1879

MEr.BOtmiS'E STATION PBO LUCE REPOB.T. J. H. CI-O0OH & Co.'s Shport. - - » ^ ?. ... O -tober 2. -?WcX-ir..— Swco Jrea laeprspoVted uiidtrdate 2ad u'.t. thiB market -hiB undergone r.o isapor-' teat caacgc-, the only feature of imatediste interest being .the jt&ax ot the Sew Clip, which id now amvicg steadi y, bad g.ves pro mise from its cjaality ted condition of a satis factory season ehculd prices improve on their present low basis, a prospect however which apoears from the present outlofk as far etray from realisation as it was wh.*n the decline sraa first established. The traneastitjnrduripg the past month have only been in odd lots of Greasy and email parcels of Scoured, of which about 703 bales have been placed at rates ruliog about the same, as last reported for Greasy Merino, whila Crossbreda and Washed are lower. The opening sale of the eeaeoa is not yet fixed, but wijl probably be held in a couple weeks, sad until this hsB taken place no definite idea of ruli...

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The Totalizator Bill. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 10 October 1879

The Totalizator BilL Mb. Beak has not distinguished him self, since he has been in the House, as a legislator but he is famous just now on account of the Bill he has introduced to prevent or lessen gambling on credit at races. The preamble of the Bill is as follows .? — ' Whereas great evils have resulted from rash £and indiscriminate batting at races, and young me a and others are often tempted by reason of the uncertainty of losing, and the cLauee of winning, .to make bets which, if '|6s|,. are t?ii6lly beyond 'ISieir means to 'pay; a£d'uforcfer t-ofpay %lie'saine resort to criminal means of obtaining money : And whereas ths use of the totalisacor would tend to diminish betting by giving young men and others a pecuniary interest in races without the. evils incident to indiscriminate betting, &c' Now we believe that the first statement is fully borne out by fecJs . but the questions that arise -are j these :— Is -gambling a necessity 1 and ! is the totalizator an instrument...

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District Councils. BURRA. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 7. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 10 October 1879

District Connclle. ' B&RBl. - TOBBDAT. OCXOBEE 7. At at meeing of the Council acting as Oo*n mistioof nV-f Bx-ad«onthe SOtih SeptemWi^U^ edjourned to October 4, 1870, tbe fidlowmg drvifioos were arrived at :— ' /. *',r,-'' Plan A. JSo. A., ro«i dividing 169'fronV4S and 48. Objection by B. Brown acting for Messrs. E. A C. W. JBowman. Withdrawp, . order made to close.' ' ? B. dividing 61 from 58. Ko objection, orde . made to dose. ' ' --... V' dividing 117 from 3,088. ObjeeUoniii| held. D.E.F.G.H. dividinu 3,035, lBO/lti; 135 from 3,038, 8,037, 67, 134 j a&djdivi'lu. , 65 from 131. JSo'ice of obj-«tjon by J. Fore &. K-«dV A. J.RJK»»nd A. Harris. Objectio withdrawn Ay' Beerf, Biggs and Harm, Foj. did .not'atteadiheVtj-mrueB meeting to uphol '. objection, order made to dose. J. opening new road thro -igh 2,284 »n.- closing road dividing S.S63 from 2.S64. O!i-«tion made bj W. Dunneinaan, ordt^ made to open new, road 'ami j&-*eibld tovS. K.L M. ditiiing65.2...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 10 October 1879

ATJCXIO28S. I Wednesday, October £9. AT THE FARM THREE MILrfS SOUIH WEST OF HALLBTT. IMPORTANT &ENULNE CLEARING SALK. VALUABLE FARM OF 739 ACMES, BUM DEEDS OF HALLKTT AJSD ANflE. SECTIONS 26 AND PART 25, HUK D&ED BRIGHT. LIVB! AND BEAD FAfill STOCK. LIST OH', SHAKES & CO. hare rectxrrd instructions from Mr. John' Broad to soil by suction, at his farm, Bear Hailett (in consequence of ill-health neces sitating his relinquishing farming) on tha above date, at 12 o'clcck, noon, sharp— Lot 1, Hia VALUABLE FREEHOLD FARM or 730 ACRES of SPLENDID ARABLE LAND, at CAttXARPO CREEK, being Sections Nos. 7, 18, 13, 14, 15, 1?, Hundred of HaUett, and No. 334, Hundred oF Anne. The land is port substantially fenced and subdivided. The Improvements include Two com fortable Dwelling- Houses, well-built Stables, Sheds, Yards, Garden, &&, &c Two eood Wells of Fresh Water, and three large Damn, all full. Title— Best Property Act. Ii9t2. 250 Acres of Growing...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 10 October 1879

business directory. IOj. per quarter. 2s. discount if paid in advance. : AUCTIONEERS. LESTON, SHAKES!& CO., Kooringa. COLES & GOODCHTLD, Kooringa. BAKER. - F. GEBHARDT, Kooringa. BOOTMAKERS. W. ANDERSON, Kooringa. CORN DEALERS. J. ROACH, Buna Mill. INSURANCE COMPANIES. AUSTRALIAN MUTUAL PROVI - DENT.— A. H. Foedeb. COLONIAL MUTUAL. — F. W. ? Holder. SOUTH BRITISH FIRE INSUR ANCE. — F.. W. Holder. IMPORTERS. DREW Jk CO., Kooringa. GENERAL BUSINESS. PROPERTIES FOR SALE. JE' .A. 3EC. 90C S. APPILA. /?Q1 ACRES Known as SULLIVAN'S OO-L « first-class Farm in good heart, all ploughable a Urge portion haa been cropped ? only once. Plenty water. KKO ACRES, dose to the Township, *J*J** well improved, plenty of Water. BELALIE. 1 AOH ACRES- 600 Acm plonghable JLU/vU remainder Spendid Grazing Land. LACE BOCK. (V7f\ ACRES, adjoining Pekina, one of the ' ? ' Most Convenient Farms in the North, and Good Land. KAQ ACRES, capitally improved, Bine «J**O Land, clwe to Railway, as Good a...

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