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AUBURN, November 5. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 7 November 1879

AUBUEN, November 6. The anniversary aerv-tces in connection with the Auburn Bible Christian Sunday School were celebrated ou Sunday and Monday, 2nd and 3rd alt. On Sunday the Bev. J. Bowe preached morning ana evening to good con gregations. lu the 'afternoon -a childrens ser vice was held, when, addresses were delivered by Messrs. D. Walter*, J-. H. Adamsou, &ud the Superintendent, (A£r. E. Guppy). On Monday evening, the Service of &mg, Oristiet eldP organ wasreodered by the children, assisted by the choir,, oat aa the weather -was so very wet there was not a- lar^e attendance, and it was decided to repeat it the fallowing Monday. The flower show held here yesterday was greatly interfered with by the rain, but de spite the rough weather there was a splendid collection of fliwera it being one of tha finest abowa held in Auburn as regards quality. At the promenade concert he!d in the evening, there was a good .attendance; snd the pro? gramme was goae through iu a ci ed...

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District Councils. BLACK SPRINGS. SATURDAY, NVOEMBER 1. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 7 November 1879

District Councils. BLA.0E SPRINGS. Saxchdat. Ktoembbb 1. Present— AIL Minutes of last meeting read oocfirmed. Correspondence. From Crowh Lands Offioein reply to Council'i letter respect ing rabbits on lands occupied by liessr*. I. teUy, T. HorgaD, Ji. Uockshell aad Duffield mi Makia informmg Council that t'-« matter las been referred to the Inspector at Scorings, Prom Midland Road in reply to Council's letter' respecting tlie bad state of the main road be ween the Emu Hotel aad the Travelling Stock loa-*, stating that the matter is referred to the surveyor, with a view of improving the part -omplained of. From Henry B. Brookes, Esq^ Superintendent of Cemeteries in reply to Council's letter respecting the ruisous condi ;ion of Black Springs Cemetery, informing Council that it is a private or Denominational Cemetery, and therefore not under the imtnedi ite control of the Council, but suggest that he trustees should be bought oat -with a view -f having it made .over, to the District Co...

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Steeping Seed Wheat. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 7 November 1879

Steeping Soed Wheat. The recent discuscion upon red rust, imut, Ao^ and the recommendations with respect to steeping and ether curative or preventive measures, have brought out ja correspondent wun an 01a recipe snaen jrora a worsr prmted many vears ego, end repablinued in the columns oftfaa'Qt—rftrarfw. It WiU b^observed that the plan here recemmmdad clpscly oanoiDat with the practices advecatsd by some of oar oomspoaaaats :— *?_^\ 'The practice of steeping eeed cem, which has of late been eo greatly recommended, and is becoming ao universal and various, and therewithalao pernicious it its fcel consequences should be a caatioai to all fetimrn -foe meddling . with any compositions for steeps tkat are laden with useless and offensive ingredients, such as arsenic, copperae, ? &c. ; (bese minerals, eo idolizsd by some of the most illiterate Annen for their chimeric*! effects on steeped grain, being considered, are faaad, iniaot, Boferfrom obtaining the proposed end of steeps th...

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Magistrates' Court Redruth. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 5. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 7 November 1879

Magistrates' Court Bedrath. WXDITKSDAT. JSOVOUBBB 6. fBefore Messrs. J. D. Cave, J.P.I Alfred Ooodrum was ohar.£qd with entering the dwelling of Mr. William Gwake at Koorinaa on Tuesday evening last anil being there for an unlawful purpose. Mr. Gjake aad femilv BDout 9 o oiock in to j evenrug were surprised to see defendant onoerenionioa*!v enter their sitting-room. Assistance was obtained and defendant scoured until police Constable Ooleman arrived end arrested him. As defendant did not attefiipi to commit any felony and expressed contrition for the offence which lie stated muse h&re ccmmiUed whilst he waa intoxiasted, be was eentenced to a week's imprisonment. Thtjesdat, STovcmbeb 6. l_Beforo W. £. £idg«ay, J^P.] -Charles JCfmp of Hampton waa charged with breaking the door of the dwelling house of Thomas Ellis of &e$ruih on the night of 6th instant. On TuJScUy morning Mrs. Ellis found prisoner asleep ia one of the rooms of her dweUine Ebuse and the door of the work...

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RIVERTON V. MINTARO. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 7 November 1879

B.TVKRTOIT V. MTWPARO Oa Saturday last Kovember 1, a match waa played between the above msntisned clnbs on the ground et the former and resulted in an easv victory for the visitine team. Th» match was looked forward to with great nitefeest on account of. the Kiverton team havnig l-eat«n Auburn the previous Saturday and having had a close game with Manoora a week or two be fore. The M intsro had only pbyed one n tBtoh for the season with Clare and were then Jwtien. The bowling of Meloiah, Fry and Smith .for the visitors was grand., Tito. Biverton peitple as a rule do not eecm to take much interest in cricket matches, but on Saturday there were- a great many onlookers; no doubt attracted by the Mintaro Brass Band being on the? ground and which considerably enlivened the proceedintf. Appended are the scores : — Ktvebtcih. MorxABO. Potter ._ ... 1—9 Jaisop... '? ... 2 Hayaon ... 4—15 Frr ... . ... 1S» Homer ... 1—16 . W. McLeish ... 1O Holthouee ... 0— 2 White ... ... 10 Winter .., 0-3 ...

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CORRESPONDENCE. FARRELL'S FLAT, November 4. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 7 November 1879

CORRESPONDENCE. (From our own Correspondents.) ;FABRE l«L'S E3.AT, Hovember *. The anniversary services in canneotion with the Weslfiyan Chapel -was held on Sunday and Monday. last. Oi» Sanday three eermoas were preached by die Eov.'C. T. 'Newmsn to good public tea in Mr. W. 'Hudson's lar^e whest store (iundly lent for Oie oocaeioD^ and a goodly numbsr sst dontn : the tables were presided brer by iiesdanus Hudson, and Tolil in - highly cred^bJe,»enp6r.,,J^Jrha evening tbere . *as o public tnde'mg presided over by. Mr. George Sara orAberSeenand the B*r. Mr. Ketvmsn and- others -adoresssd the meeting. The total proceeds of theianniTersaryweresbont £55 F and the whole ' affair Was one of the iiiott euuccssful -gatbariiigs we here ever had. Glorians rains fell o]i dsy yesterday and still continue to fall ; it will prove very beneficial to the crops especially the late sown. Hay is very- short this year but the wheat in this district is looking splendid so far. Xhe xoad through the main ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 7 November 1879

BIRTH. GAY— On October 23, at Kooringa, the wife of Henry Gay of a daughter, both well. DEATH. GRANT— On November 5, at her son's residence, Railway Stores, Aberdeen, Mrs. Grant, the beloved mother of Mr. Jas. Tiver and Mrs. Joseph Richardson, Commercial Hotel, Kooringa, aged 76 years. The remains   will leave Railway Stores at 5 p.m., to-day.

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Macleod of Dare. CHAPTER XLIV. THE PRISONER. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 7 November 1879

Macleod of Dare. (From Harper's Magcauit). CHAPTER XLIV. TEM PBISOITKB. * ? Here they nlapaed into their satire tongue, and she listened no longer; bat av.all. events ?be bad Jearned tkat they were going away to the north. And as her turret had been some what shaken, she began to u- hanelf what farther thin* this madman migkt not do. The old stories he had told her came buck with a marvellous distinctness. Would he plunge her into a dungeon, and mock -her with an empty cap when she waa dying of thirst f Would he -chain her to' a rock at low water and watch the tide slawlv rise? He professed great gentle -ness and lore for her ; bat if the savage nature bad broken out at last P Her fear grew apace. He had shown himself' regardless of every 'tiling on earth : whet* would he stop, if she continued to repel him P And then the thought ofhsr situation-— alone % shut up in this small room ; about to venture forth on the opra sea with this ignorant crew— so overcame bar that she hastily sna...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 7 November 1879

mXLaaaja Fill* and Ointmect. — QUd Tidings. — Some constitutions beve m tendency to rheumatism, and are throughout the year Twrne down by ita protracted torture*. I*t such sufferers bathe the af&oted parts with brine, and afterwards rub in ibis soothing Oiatment. They will find it'the beet means of leuening their- 'agony, and, assisted by H.oUoway'a Pills, tb» surest way of overcoming their disease. More need not be said than to nqdest a few days' trial of thai safe and «ooth iug treatment, by which the disease will ulti mately be completely swrpt away. Fains that would, make a giant shudder are assuaged without d fiiculty by Holloway's- easy and expensive remedies,.whish oomfort by modera* tisg. the throbbing vessels and calmly -the excited nerves. WASTED- a Situation as MAKAGEB or WORKING OVBBSREB on a Farm good experience. Address ** D. C.' Office of this paper. 1 JMrdCC . ART Horses or Cattle Tresspassing on 8Adiona STos. 9033, 3035, 3037, 3038 ana 3039 Nehon, alter tbis...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 7 November 1879

'Bayeyouamother-mlaaj?0 atkedaman of e dueonsohie-lookiiig person. 'Ho,' he irplicd, ' but Vts a ftthcr is %*oL' STALLIONS. Lycurgus. BY Leonidas (imported) out of Trinket by Croupier (imported} wfll serve a limited number of mares at Baldina. Terms— £2 2a. Paddocking, 2s. 6d. per week, without responsibility. WM. P. BAEKEE. Iron Duke. THIS Draught Entire Hone will travel the district of Booborowie by Gum Creek, Spring Bank and Burn, commenchtg August l& 1879. IEON DUKE is a dark gray, rising five years old, stands seventeen hands high, has a wonderful constitution, and is an undeniably good stock getter, has great strength of bone, good temper and superior action. He was got by Mr. B. Smith's Bantin Bobin, of CHalloran Hill, out of Grey Gipsy dam Gipsy (imported), and took three first prizes at the Adelaide ehow. Terms £2 10s. ; groomsge 2«. 6d., payable promissory note due on 28th February, 1580. C. W. DOWDEN, Proprietor. CAST BOIES PRINTED at the 'BUBBA BBCOJiD1* OFFICE. ...

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The Mayoralty. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 7 November 1879

The Hayorialty. On Monday evening iast several .gentlemen met by invilation in Mr. ttpsett's Office, Koorioga, and being assembled Mr. Lipsett ?aid that he had heard that day that a requisi* inn was oeing preparea cp requsn mm 10 stsna -for the Mayoralty, bat hairing thought oarefully over the matter and havings a regard for con sisteocy he felt it rjght, having stated that he would not accept the Mayoralty under present cjrcnnjsfanbas to let tbsm know that it was not. bis intention to^ .contest ths office this year. His had only heaid of the movement in his fa?6r by a aide wind, aad dnnng the day it had ?ccapud bis mind vsey? seriously. He thoaght it very kind on tha part of those who bid taken tteantternpVbuiiianng respestedly cxpiessud Wimwilf that lie would not atand, he bad came toHtbe oopcldnon -to abide, by that, and espscialiy ^howifag the'iUTeeung that had edstedVbe tiMtugbtJMMvt.in .the intensts of ^aeca w stand atide. Ma had, bowever, baen thiiiking «ba*4M b*itra-»y to pu...

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Cricket Notes. MANOORA V. HANSON. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 7 November 1879

Cricket Notes. MA2JOOKA V. HANSON. T-:e abi-ve clubs met on the grounds of tba latter test Saturday, November 1 ; the 3I33O.JM n?en arrived by the mi tl-day. train, tr.d ihe castcius agrcsi that if Ihsre was not sufficient Urns for two inninge each :ho matob ?kbs to be a draw, and sach ^as the rosal\ It was a^ticipted that it vrouii baa cl--.se co&tsst {for days bifore Use metch came oa), but when It was kacorc that ilunr.s an Adelaide maa, had joined t4io Uanocraits, the H&seon m«a could see they tad their work cntj lait they played the game well and a credit to them eelves. For the Hansonites, Phillips, Parker and Hudson played a patient game iu the first innings as did also Parker, Sampson and Gray in the second innings. During the batting of the Manoora men, Sampson made one of the finest catches that I have seen for yean, off hi* own bowling, it was hit back by Unstable with ' such force that it raised a blister on the palm of his hand, and the pain wes almost u...

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DEPUTATION TO MR. P. LANE, J.P. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 7 November 1879

?DBPUIATIOK »T ME.; Pr L«fB. J.P. ' In scc»rjisnce -with 'the a*jeegoing arrauge m«nt, a deputmtioa .oansiaimg. of Air. E. Linsett, J.P., (Kt.MsTO-);'I)r. Bangsfer, Bev. \V. ttio «aH«, Urs-. -tafake-Mi-f*'8ati£sIor, aad aiessrs. ,w. t-wiw, sen^J. Wi White,. W. F. Coglin, Jt. Ro»l!,- VL S. P*ekacd. ft.-Jb.- H. place of ;basiueH «a .l^ttrWs^'mdrnfcg at about Ua,m- . . T\^\ . 'Mr. Liosoit in introducing' the dqpataiioB s\id tb-7 hade great nsspetAfor Mr. LanVbe having known him Ut ten qr.^woirtf jears snd eoma present -for much more than tbat. Mr. Lane had in the past well filled *he'omo, of Chief Msgistrate of the Burn, and Be (Ifo. lipaets) had had the honor of siftmg witUtaim as one of tbs irst Councillors anil could testify to bis energy and ability; If he weridecosaVto tbs wiabesof the deputation and eonasat to ?tad again this year be was sure it would disarm ell opposition— indeed lie did not think that there waa a man in the town who would eoma, oat a|*i|st him. Ha might remark ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 7 November 1879

auctiois. BU&BA MONTHLY MaJtK&T. Matey, fferemfeer 7. LIITOV, 8E1K1S & CO. II ?ftA FAT ft 8TORB || AAA HaZUU SHEEP. ILZUU IMWWUP.C. AintiB.SeB,.— * Oa arenas* John Sutherland, Esq.— 1000 Sxtra Priire Wether*, very heavy (foei Pomona SUtion) 3000 Swes, m »be wool Ob MgnuulH. T. Morns, E«j.— ifW- Bwading Bve*. from Aalabv Station * . OaannsjBtMr. TbomM Bounce— SOOEwes fOOLeah* OaanntW aommt— leOOStoreflbeep (Bwasead Wethers) W0 laal ?tooth Mermo b. Bred .1 4JA FArTasbu aja «WbJ CATtXft, af*NP Os aMM l£r. JmnTiw^ ?» Masai Store CstMa Oa ?M*ratttt. A. Trtemson «8MKtOM Ob ifimiM Mr. A.4Dpapr O- w»»W» Mfflffi Vn»^ Brothers ? ^JTMy^tA^ from Cooper1* Or** Wr&*tf&foutom fa tin Estate of aha Oa MMMi Mr. j. If. M*8wbV AJaaSTeasaa Workm*Bu1oeks,ai«fetm tmkimun, with Draya and Taddfeff MHKAD*OF BOSSES «E UOBT A1TD HYATT 99 iMhfoc t SpMid DBATJOHT anMBCHfc ^dth Bos Out ted '«*« **'j£T 4a. AT T99 VASES? TABDS, KOO&IHGA. LI 8 TO K, BEAXIS, 4 OO. Wn ne...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 7 November 1879

BVCT288 DIEECTWLY. 3,0s. yi quarter, Ss. 4?M0«n* if paid in . .? _Jl adtanflftj .- ? - ? ? ACCTI^lffiflKS. - ' LISTOlTi SHAKES^CO., Kooraga.. COLES & GO0DCHIUV Soaring*. . ? ?- B4SSK. . - , - jMen^ms. / = - J. EOAGHj Ban» MilL II^VSA^E COMPANIES. AUSTRALIAN MUTUAL PROVI-* DEl^.— AyH: FpBDfcB. COIjONIAL ^MUTUAL,— P. W. Hou»&., . . .. SOUTH BRITISH FIRE INSUR ANCE.-!-^. W. Holbsb. IMPORTEItS. J-RE^ & CO., Kooringa. ^ESESAL BUSnrESS. PROPERTIES FOR SALE. APPIfcA. /»O1 ACBES Known as SULLTYAIPS OOl ttnUJHtFtrmib good but, all ploughable«larg»?artion has been oopped oalyosoa. Jtfuutj wato ; ?'» kco acres, close to the T««Mbip. OO^ wdl improTed,pko^ of Wator.' BELALIE. 1 AftA JMJBES, 4500 Acres firaghable 1U/SV fcwiahider fspendid Gtasm* land. _, ? ' LACK BOCK. fi*7ft AOHIS, aijojoiiig Pekins, one, of the A-» / U jjott Convenient Farms in theJHorih, . and Good Land. ..,...' K AQ At»M, ciintally improved, line w*O Land, dose to Bailway, u Good ? FumutbiM. in »k« HiR...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 7 November 1879

Fescing Vacant Lakd-- -A»a-ii*o meeting of the Town Coaaril Cr. Bulg* way moved a resolutioft V* ^anriiig vacant lands within iha 3BB«m of 8na whicb as our readers via Ofsjarirra remember was not secondei :Shm1^iur same Councillor has givca MttalB dT^« fresh motion on the bjmb atlyeafc bat limited to the lands abaiaiiig on Best Place, Morehead-strefct, «ai Imdgavtak street, all in Nortli WwdL Tbe Cor poration Act gives Mtawritjjr to ^e' Council to require U19 «waeisxif all racani lands within tike booadariea of any Municipality to fence Bach I«n4*- and there are many ciionjBjteacaa under which it is uoai deairjibla jp hare this proTiaon of the Art oaxnel out as it once defies the atzasiaV jjwk vents driving acrOM lbolfaala\ and gives the town a mox« sompact appear ance. There a?e, however(soiBa csaep where to carry out tho eapaa* tmhrcr sally would be both unjaai, and incon venient, and we think dtst Barn ii in this position, for lake lor intitanee Chapel-street Koorfnga, at^NMtUbei...

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District Councils. BURRA. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 11. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 14 November 1879

District Councils. BUBBA. Satt/bbat. Eoveubsb 11. Present— Au the members, iimiiars rrom Crown Lands Offier, relative to dog rrgvtraiion and that supplement to private subscripti 9m nr/nilii Im r-i«f.uiiiniwJ- rax&nd. Tender for old plan 20s.; wcvptMt. ? Uaa«er «o mas* applicatun for «taff and handcuffs to-Bjy*. Baager'a report and abnxbtering vetavna laid on table. Mr. Harris account :£29««, W. Payment at Land Onto and eharge* lor plans of dosed roads j passed. D*y work f* four weeks £16 4s ; pasted. Day men to be employed «n«ad by PrinerseBoyal. Mecers. Duffidd & Co allowed lo place gate Soalh-Bast corn'erof 2060. Gferkto estimate ai*a,of roads fenced into paddocks, and rent to be rhvrged. at the same rate aa asse»so.ent of adjoining property. Glwinnan to wait on member* of Midland Boad Board on examining roads in tbe District. ~

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A Floricultural Society [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 14 November 1879

A Floncultnral SoQlet Perhaps nothiigrso well cu;J ? taste as a study «f t^aifc wMo; :- ? '. ^au tiful and in our uttlitariaiL agie we ate too apt to look merely at that which produces directly ma evidently nard coin instead * con ectJy estimating the value of that rhic] by its beauty 4ds to our appr ;iatio l of that whit a is beautiful. - f all places in the world where onec *i - aaily lose all power to undeistac at wn% of beauty, jter-.' haps Burra i jhinf fo: there is certainlr nothing att ctivt in. our bare hills though, tfoej ave ] udden and rnay still iiide, great treasures of other kinds, and 38 for those adornments of nature whioh are in other places so common — - lowers — .they are here scarce indeed. Not that gardens are out of the ques tion here, as is amply proved by some really choice spots, but simply because, the great majority are so busily engaged in collecting the aforesaid ooii that they have no time to spare for gardening, and have almost lost their taste for the...

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MELBOURNE STATION PRODUCE REPORT. J. H. CLOUGH & Co.'s REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 14 November 1879

MELBOURNE STATION PROD4JCS -??-??- BEPOBT. J. H. Clquoh & Co.'s Bbpoht. Wool. — A brisk market, «rith lively compe tition, continues, and Wool above medium quality is readily saleable. Inferior and low Crosabreds show the moBtr decline, but .on the rnoie owners nave every rcasun io ue e&wuiou . rith the results that bare, eo lar, been ittained. - .?- At our sale of the.3rd isBt. we cleared out a all catalogne, almost every. lot being sold. jkaasy Merino realised . from 6gl to 12^-i, rad Greasy Crosfbred feom from 6H to Si. Fleece and Scoured ..Wools are n~t in large supply; we Bold scoured at 14J1 per lb.. Sheepskins. — Afullsupp'y has come forward for the week, which we have clea-ed. Hides. — Sailed Hides are not in «uch supply ss they, have been, and prices show, a tendency to rise ; Dtber descriptions remain about, as last quoted, and a large supply has bi«n cleared to good, competition. Leather.— We have to 'report- a firm market, and large fifties have been made...

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Open Column. THE MAYORALTY. To the Editor of the Burra Record. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 14 November 1879

Open Column. The Editors do not hold themselves raspon lible for the opinions expressed in this column . THB MAYOBALT3T. To ike Editor of the Burra Beoord. Ex& — In your last issue Mr. Pearee ia made to atate that I had informed the Council that I was likely to remove from the Burra. f am not surprised at Mr. Fearce's eta'ement believ ing that ' the wish was father to the thought,' but I am anrprised that the Counc?l!ers who were present, should not have contradicted e statement whioh they knew to be untrue. I should no', how-rex, bare troubled you but that the report is calculated, (and was no doubt intended) to do me an appreciable injury, lam, Sir,*-, W.PEELNE8BITT.

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