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No title [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 17 October 1879
STOCK NOW ON ROAD DOWN. STOCK — OWNERS — STATION WHERE FROM — IN CHARGE OF — DESTINATION — REMARKS 315 Cattle — Jones, Green & Sullivan — Bulloo Downs, Queensland — G. Ornshaw — Adelaide — Fat Cows 253 " — J. & J. Phelps — Albermarle, N. S. W. — Joe Watson — " — Fat Bullocks 100 " — J. G. Spicer & Co. — Gnalta, " — Richard Barry — Kooringa — Mixed 132 " — John Conrick — Nappamerrie, Queensland — John Conrick — Adelaide — Fat 260 " — Wm. Fraser — Roxborough Downs, " — D. Westwood — " — " 332 " —Jones, Green & Sullivan — Dynever " " — W. Burgess — " — " 700 " — Mr. Thysen — Wanego River " — J. W. Carme — " — Store Bullocks 800 " — M. O'Shanassy — Fort Bourke Station N. S. W. — Wm. Goldie — " — Fat 201 " — A. C. Wilson — Wanego River, " — C. A. du Menlin — " — " 250 " — H. B. Hughes — Noctatunga " — H. Joss — " — " 354 " — Jones, Green & Sullivan — Bulloo Downs, Queensland — E. L. Ebsworth — " — " 371 " — Armitage & Powell — Thargomindah ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 17 October 1879
BUSINESS DIRECTORY. [[10s]]. per quarter, 2s. discount if paid in advance. &nbsp; AUCTIONEERS. LISTON, SHAKES & CO., Kooringa. COLES & GOODCHILD, Kooringa. BAKER. F. GEBHARDT, Kooringa. BOOTMAKERS. W. ANDERSON, Kooringa. CORN DEALERS. J. ROACH, Burra Mill. INSURANCE COMPANIES. AUSTRALIAN MUTUAL PROVI- DENT. — A. H. FORDER. COLONIAL MUTUAL. — F. W. HOLDER. SOUTH BRITISH FIRE INSUR- ANCE.— F. W. HOLDER. IMPORTERS. DREW & CO., Kooringa. GENERAL BUSINESS. PROPERTIES FOR SALE. — FARMS — APPILA. 681 ACRES Known as SULLIVAN'S a first-class Farm in good heart, all ploughable a large portion has been cropped only once. Plenty water. 552 ACRES, close to the Township, well improved, plenty of Water. &nbsp; BELALIE. 1020 ACRES, 600 Acres ploughable remainder Spendid Grasing Land. &nbsp; LACK BOCK. 676 ACRES, adjoining Perkins, one of the Most Convenient Farms in the North, and Good Land. 548 ACRES, capitally improved, Fine &nbsp; Land, clo...
CHAPTER XLIV. THE PRISONER. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 24 October 1879
CHAPTER XLIY. THB feBUOHBB. The sudden noise overoead and tbe hurried trampling of the men on deck were startling enough ; but surely there was nothing to alarm ha* in thn calm and eerioni face of thia man who stcoa oetore ner. jie uiu not advance 10 ber. He regarded her with a sad tenderness, as if he were looking at one far away. When the beloved dead come back to us in the wonder-balls of sleep, there is no wild joy of meeting: there is something strange. And when they disappear again, the is no surprise : only the dull aching returns to the heart. « Gertrude,' said he, ' you are as sab here as ever you were in your mother's arms. No one will harm you.' ' What is it? What do you mean ?' said she, quickly. She was somewhat bewildered. She had not expected to meet him thus suddenly face to face. And then she became aware that the companionway by which she had descended into the saloon bad grown dark: that was tbe meaning of the harsh noise. 'I want to go ashora, Keith,' said she hu...
AUBURN, October 22. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 24 October 1879
AUBURN, October 22. The anniversary services m connection with the .Upper Wskefield Bible Christian Gfaapel were celebrated on Sunday and Monday the I9th end 20ch. On Sundav three vorvimnres- sive sermons were preached to good congrega tions by the Bev. C. Tresise. On Monday There was a public tea provided, when a large number partook-of the bounties proudid a very interesting public meeting followed. Mr. W. Sandow occupied tbe chair, and addresses were delivered by the Eevs. C. Tressise, J. Bowe, and Mr. J.. Fellow. Tiie choir rendered several anthems .daring, the evening. Miss Giles very abi presiding at the organ. The Flower Show to be held here next month promhts $0 be a success, sb fiiere isa liberal pr:z?-list offered and there are several good amateurs procured to give a promenade concsrt in the evening. The- weather to-day has r reminded us that rammer u st hand as if hm been very hot and summery.
CORRESPONDENCE. RIVERTON, October 16. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 24 October 1879
CORRESPONDENCE. (Eeom our own Correspondents.) EITERTON. October 16*. Mrs. TJoBwor'h the wife of Mr. J. Bosworth' M.P., kindly provided picnic, dinner and Tea' on Wednesday, October 15 for all the Sunday Sehools in Biyerton ; 250 children and 30 from Finniss's Point together with about 100 adults. The children were conveyed in It waggons and 20 traps, to about 5. miles east of Biverton. Mr. Adamson from Anbnrn, showed some dis solving views in the evening in the Institute Hall which was crowded.
Riverton Flower Show. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 24 October 1879
Biverton Flower Show. Ob Wednesday, 22 inst., was opened in tbe Institute of Biverton, the first Flower Show that has ever been held in the township. In Auburn, Stockport and Saddleworth Shows uavc oeeu an insutuiion lor a numoer 01 jears past and at last eur little sleepy hollow woke np the necessity of emulating these places. When the idea was first mooted many of tbe inhabitants etoad aghast at the darin*ncss of the proposal as it wa9 the prevalent ides that we had very little to .exhibit in t!ie shape of flowers or dairy produce. But that fear was speedily dispelled when the entries began to roll in in overwhelming numbers and of remarkably, superior quality. Indeed the difficulty .was not to get articles to ehow, but to* find room to ehow them. Vatil lately our lustitute Hall has always been considered if anything too large a room for the place, but yesterday it was crowded to excess, even to suffocation. People were jammed together in tightly wedged groups at times unable to m...
To the Editor the of Record. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 24 October 1879
To the Editor the *f 'Record. Sib— Will you please favor me with a small space in your open column as I wish to refer the to Corporation report and the paragraph in voiir last issue. BDnlving to tha mition in troduced oy me, you eay tttst tiie one re fencing ' waB not seconde 1.' The other re sale you say was 'amended and carried, but aB it wss stated in t'te debate must remain a dead letter for three months, sa tbat it is hard to say why it was brought on just now.' I with to ex press my regret that the motion was not seconded and carried, because the fencing of these allotments would greatly facilitate the improvements of roads and footpaths 'which the Corporation wieh to carry out as fast as their fundj will allow. It would also lead to improvement of the land by tree planting and gardening, &c , as will as prevent a great deal of dust in summer tiiiie, all which I am sure are very desirable in thw ' dreary wsste,' be sides which to reiterate my remark 'in tbe debate,' -a...
Cricket Notes. MANOORA V. RIVERTON. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 24 October 1879
Cricket Notes. MANOORA^F'. BIVERTOJf. a. corresponaent favors us with the following which was played October IS on the grounds of the latter and resulted in a victory for the visitors, being fonr in advance when time was called, scores as follows ;— Murboiu. ErrEKTOjr. tfnnns ...16—10 Homer ... 15—23 Frost ... 3— 2 Potter ... l_ 2 H. Huxtable 4^-12 Hayward ... 7_ O Byerles ... 0—1 Holthouse 0—4 J. Huxtable 10— 3 Ponder ... 5— 0 Bit** ... O— 1 Winter ... 3—30 Millard ... 0—0 K«arnes ... 1— 3 Lindsay ... 6-10 ifaysom ... O— 0 Williams... 1— 0 B: sis to ... 3—3 Badcock ... 16— 1 Castine ... 3— 4 Ch-ay ... 5_ 2 Bertram ... o— 2 Wides, Byes 5— 2 Byes, Leg Byes 2— 3 Total 66 44 41 63 For the winners Frost took 4 wiciets for 12 runs, Munns took 6 for 39. For the losers Ponder took 6 wickets far 12 nns. tLuaa tJJi 6 fjr 31 .
Point McLeay Mission Station. (BY A VISITOR.) [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 24 October 1879
Point McLeay Mission Station. (ttv k vrsrron^ Having a few days to spare a short time sire?, and 'having, too, a large, amount of ccrosity as to what an abariginal mission sta tion looked like. I' took a run down to Point jxcxjcov, uio euci:o vi ws upvnavtuxi t}i sac Aborigines Friends' Association. A ride oJ about five miles after landing at tbe Govern ment Jetty from the well appointed steamer ' Oespach' which carries the overland mail from Milang to Meuingie and also carries the Point McLeay mail ; brought me to tbe station where a sight strange to me, and I daresay it would be to a very large proportion of 'my fellow colonists — in fact to almost all except those who remember tbe early days of the colony — some thirty years ago — met my eyes — a considerable concourse of dark ekinned indi viduals. They. *ere, however, for the most part drested to a greater or less extent in European garb. It was strange to see a black man in a very light shirt, and among the few who adopted Euro...
Public Meeting at Hallett. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 24 October 1879
Public Meeting at Hallett. A public meeting was held at Mann's hotel on Monday 'evening 20th inst., convened by advertisement and invitations to discus* the alteration of the Road Districts, and the crea xioa m a new nosu noara whu a new to the mow equal distribution of the funds. Mr. J.Dunstan, Sen.. (Chairman of the Hallett District Council) presided, and in his ?opening remarks stated that the present meet ing was really a postponement of one that was held a fortnight ago, and to ensure thte meet ing being thoroughly representative, great publicity had been given it, still he was sorry to see that people had taken such little interest in it. They- were dissatisfied with the Boad Board, it was a faros to talk of being repre sented. The Bam District Council is answer to their circular, that they were quite satisfied, «o they ought to be, as they wera well repre vented. The reply from Gladstone stated that they were quite satisfied, and declined to interfere, they could see in this ...
District Councils. MOUNT BRYAN. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 18. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 24 October 1879
District Councils. MOUNT BRYAN. Present — All. Correspondence. From Crown Lands Office, circular letter N09. 1,7£9, 1,790 ani 179. Reeceived. A rate of one shiUiue in the pound oh the «mfwsmsnr for tl-« current year was adopted, also it was resolved t) charge an annual rant of Is. per acre en ail district roads with gates to thsm, gam 3 to be duly gBzstted in this weeks Gazette. Mr. H. Skewea to ba duly notified of dead carcass^ of cattle lying exposed near Mount Bryan Rail way Station on Sections 88, 9J and 90, aUo Inspector Ker to be informed tbat it is gene rally believed that these boasts have died from pleura pneumonia. Receipts £5 ; payments £3 65. 8jL ?
Wesleyan District Meeting. MIDDLE DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 24 October 1879
Wesleyan District Meeting-. MIDDLE 'DISTaTfiT. The annual session of the Middle Diatriot Meeting commenced in Kojring* Wesleyan Church on Tuesday last. The Kev. J. Bickford was Chairman, the Ber. C. J. Newman, Secretary, ana the Kev. K. W-. Campbell reporter for the press. The Revs. H. T. Burgess, Trerarroh, T. W. Mania, J. Ince, and J. Gulinghun were also present. Messrs. J. Dargess, Blight, and Hoare were present as candidates for the Ministry. The usual busi ness of the year was transected and arrange ments made for hearing the probationers and candidates preach. On Wednesday morning the examinations were couducted and in the afternoon the financial meeting assembled. B-side the Ministers afore named there were present the stewards for Cipnnda Messrs. D. Nock JJ?., and B.K^lly,J.L» ; Auburn, Messrs. II. Kelly and Norton : Uiare, Mr. T. Ninnes ; Hanson, Messrs. Cookaley and Green j and Eooringa Messn. Holder and R-aoh. After 'dinner together in the schoolroom the business was proc...
Open Column. COPPERHOUSE AND THE MUCH NEEDED DAY SCHOOL. To the Editor of the Burra Record. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 24 October 1879
Open Column. The Editors do not hold themselves respon sible for the opinions expressed in this column. COPPERHOUSE AND THE MUCH NEEDED DaY SCHOOL. To tie Editor of the Barra Seeard. Bib — Is nothing to come out of the late vgitation on tua above subject? I fed certain that no one who is fully acquainted with the faots of the case, would for a moment oppose wuw ujnHtiu^ ut » uvrcruiucui jacaooz at t^opper* house; I was at Copperhouse yesterday and visited from house to . house, and learnt that there was a united desire on tbe part of the in habitants to have a good school teacher in tha place. In the absence of a Groverment teacher, the people seem willing to pnt up with anything ? and I find that a good meaning young man has opened a school in the township and in less than a week secured thirty-two scholars j I was told that there wcre'seveaal others who bad not sent their children, and. if I was- rightly in formed only two of the ribove number attended the -model eehool at Sjoocis...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 24 October 1879
BTTSIHESS DIRECTORY. 10 j. per quarter, 2*. discount if paid in advanoe. AUCTIONEERS. LISTON, SHAKES&CO., Kooringa. COLES & GOODCHELD, Kooringa. BAKES. F. GEBHARDT, Kooringa. BOOTMAKERS. W. ANDERSON, Kooringa. CORN DEALERS. J. ROACH, Buns 2GB. DTSUKAirCE COMPANIES. AUSTRALIAN MUTUAL PROVI DENT.— A H. FOBDKB. COLONIAL MUTUAL. — F. W. KOLDKB. SOUTH BRITISH FIRE INSUR ANCE.— F. W. Holder. IMPORTERS. DREW & CO., Kooringa. GENERAL BUSINESS. PROPERTIES FOB SALE. APPILA. /?Q1 ACRES Known as SULLIVAN'S OOl a first-class Farm in good bent, all pioughable ? large portion h« been cropped only once. Plenty water. KKO ACRES, dote to the Township, ?)**& well improved, plenty of Water. BBLALXB. 1AAA ACRES, 600 Acres pioughable xU/wl/ remainder Spendid Grazing Land. LACK BOCK. G*HCt AGBES, adjoining Pekina, one of tha ' ? ' Most Convenient Faima in the North, and Good Land. r AQ ACRES, capitally improved, Fine «JrrO Jjaad, clote to Railway, as Good a Farm aa then in ...
Midland Road Board. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 24 October 1879
midland Boad Board. HrVKSTOS, TCBSDAT, OOTOBBB 1. Present — H. T. Morris, Esq. (Chairman), ilso Commiesioners Kelly, Ktlliooat and Mnnrrzs. The minutes of last meeting were read and adopted. Subve$:oh?8 Sfbciai. Bsfobt. Tbe Surveyor reported that the deviation in * Kooringa would cost £140, and that the retain ing trail near the.- Boinan Catholio School would cost £37 10*. As to the claims of the ' Corporation for one moiety of tbe-cott of approaches in Kwringa. Tbe Surreyor re ported : — The approaches arc well iiadetarid th»e in Chapel ?street and Q-ieen - street. K-torings shoaW be- supplemeuted, also one towards tbe gaol and one opposite, but the one ne=r the ue«r bridge is on a road not re quired or complete, tha road being left much too rough for traffic. Tho_ rest were approaches to private basset- and alionldbot be peid for. Capt.Killiooataaid he thought the approach near the bridge ahooU be paid for aa it woo!d greatly relieve tbe main rood. Mr. Ke ly would move the adoptio...
Macleod of Dare. CHARTER XLIII. DOVE OR SEA-EAGLE? [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 24 October 1879
Macleod of Dare. (From Harper'* Magazine). CHAPfER XLIir. DOTE OB SEA-EAGLE F Now these references to foreign parts only etung Hamish'a pride ; and when they did arrive at London Bridge he was determined to ehow no surprise whatever. He stepped into the four-wheeled cab that Colin Laing char tered just as if four-wheeled cabs were as common as sea gulls on the shores ot Lochna neal. And though his eyes wera bewildered and his ears dinned with the wonderful sights and sounds of this great roaring city — that eeemed to have the population of all the world pouring throngh its streets — he would say nothing at all. At last the cib stopped ; the two men were opposite the Piccadilly Theatre. Then Ha-nieh got out and left his cousin with the cab. He ascended the wide steps ; he entered tbe great vestibule ; and he had a letter in his hand. The old man had trembled bo much since he was a school- boy. ' What do you want, my man ?' some one saiH, coining out of the box office by chance. Hamis...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 24 October 1879
HMotoay't JBills7 and Ointment. — Female Complaints; — On the mothers of England devolve much and serious reponsibility in securing for tbeir daughters robust health; frequently, alaVf thoughtlessly sacrificed by culpable bashfulnees t»t a particular period of life,, when all important changes take place in the female constitution, npon the management of which, depend future happiness or misery. Hollowsy'e' Pills especially if aided with the Ointment, bare the happiest effect in estab lishing those functions, upon the sine perform ance of which health and even life itself depend. Mother and daughter may safely use these powerful deobstrment remedies without - consulting anyone. Universally adopted as tbe one grand remedy for females complaints, these Fills never fail, never weaken the system, and always bring about the desired result. Hot Weather is Coming!! I Drink rf~ ? „ . ? Only . / * Lemon Syrup, Peppermint, / ' _. , _ / Clove, Ginger Brandy and Wine, ? / __ -_ , Cordials and /...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 24 October 1879
AUCTTJHS. SURRA MONTHLY MARKET. Friday, November ¥? Y ISTON, SHAKES & CO. JLj will sell a» above— 9,200 ''.AST 9,200 Ob aemtmt T?. C. Austin, Esq. — 700 Maiden Eire*, a very nice lot 600 Pat Wethers On account O. A. Gebhardt, Esq.— 3000 Store Wethers On account John Sutherland, Esq. — 1600 Extra Prime Wethers, very heavy (from Coroona Station) On account Messrs. Spicer & Mortlock — 2703 Ewe-, half fat On acwrant M. J. M*Bride, Esq.— 1000 Ewes, in the wool 170 FAT & STORE 170 ML CATl'LE. HZ On secount Mr. Jame* Tivrr — 45 Fat and Store Cattle On snronnt Mr. A. Thomson— 40 Head Fat Cows On account Mr. A. Coon — 60 Tonne S»nre Cattle By ordftr of the Trustees in the EiUte of the late John Chewing* — 21 Head Store Cattle On account Mr. M. J. M'Bride— 2 Teams Working Bu locks, right in nob. team, with Drajs and Tackling complete QC HEAD OF HOBSES QC 00 LIGHT AND HEAVT OU Including 2 Splendid DRAUGHT GELDINGS; wi h Box Cart sad Harness complete &?., &am...
Topics. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 24 October 1879
Topics. The Midland Road Board ajtd the Burba Co^pouatios. — Some months since the Barra Corporation annlied for nermission to make ar-- proaclies trom streets to main roads m the. town, and asked that the Board would grant one moiety of the cost. The Board at once replied that they would pay ialf the cost under the usual oonJiilonB. 'ilixa naaal-conii i Finns' are that th9 work of making the approaches shall be doa's to i\3 satis faction of the Surreyor so that no extravagant price can be charged for inferior work. Upon, receipt of the engagement mentioned the Corporation, proceeded to the construction of a number of approacnes which were required by the public but which they had not the funds to make without this help, they having already spent the whole of the rates for the current year. The account for the half-cost was then sent in to the Board, the sum being nearly £50 on account of the very large number of streets that cross main roads within 'the town.- Of course it was expe...