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No title [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 21 November 1879

Crovtded Oct. — The leader acd o:her matters are rrowdtd out this werk Last Wei k*s fcxotSL — We sre told that nnr iiirtrtoa a houte »a« destroyed by cue wir.d » liich it will cost nearly ±30U to rebuild, ?nd along tbe railway line theie are abundant . evidiiice*, in the shape ol broken and uprooted tr«e», of iti-- etrenpth of the winf1. Th» Csors at Mi. Bar-tir. — We are infonred ihai the crops at Mu Bryan are ioJc: ing apleudid and that tbe rain is greatly bene fittmg the later ones wliiie tLe wind has done injury to tiore. AwniciN MnfSTBEis. — This company opeced at Burra last evening to a very good house, and the entertainment ceeaoed to be very much enjoyed by all present. Tbej play ?gain ti-aigut and at llailctt to-morrpw. B0BBA Hcspitai..— Number of patienta-j admitted, 6; discharged, 4; Died, Is inf{ hospital, 20. :- ' ' The Hamebt Bhtdgk xsp Bai^clata I Bailwat,— The last rail of this Ime'has now J been laid and the engine run from end to end. Thb Port Waesvibu) Abtbsuh Wel...

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Letter from Symon and Bakewell to W. H Rosman, jun., dated 4th April, 1879. BANKS'S ESTATE. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 21 November 1879

Letter from Symon and Bakewell to W. H Rosman Jun., dated 4ih April, 1879. Banks Estate.   We are in receipt of your letter of the 3rd inst. with the documents mentioned.   The contents of your letter are startling in     the highest degree. We were certainlv not prepared for each an enormous depreciation in the stock of £600 during the short space of six weeks, nor did we deem it possible that the profits for one month could have fallen short of the estimate by such a large sum as £500. We anxiously await the approximate balance 'sheet.

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Rosman to Symon and Ba[?]well. Kooringa, 10th July; 1879. Gentlemen— BANKS DECEASED. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 21 November 1879

Rosman to Symon and Bakewell. Kooringa, 10th July; 18 7 9. Gentlemen — Banks Deceased. I am in receipt of yours of the 5th inst.   With reference to your application for the monies I have detained in the first place I am not aware that I have to account to any one   but the administratrix and in the second place,   I must decline to give up said monies until my claims are satisfactorily adjusted. In regard   to the books and vouchers, I decline to give them up without an order from the adminis tratrix. With reference to your remark that you are entirely at a loss to understand the course of management which has resulted in no provision being made for acceptances becoming due. I am quite prepared to account for the want of provision.    

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Letter from W. H. Rosman, jun., to Messrs. Symon and Bakewell, Dated 25th July, 1879. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 21 November 1879

Letter from W. K. Rosman, Jun to Messers. Symon and Bakewell, Dated 25th July, 1879. I am in receipt of your letter of 23rd inst., which I can only characterise as a most re markable one. Its contents are so puerile and show such an utter want of business knowledge that I feel it would be useless to take it as anything but a jest. I have simply to say that I am quite in earnest in retaining the monies I have in hand until my claim is satisfactorily adjusted, and to that end having rendered my account, and having without prejudice intimated my willing ness to accept a reduced amount I await an offer from Mrs. Banks. I may add that I have taken the best legal advice available in Adelaide, and am acting under such*'. '' Estate of W. H. Banks. ; ' ' Rough Statement of Receipts and Expenditure to 1st December, 1878. ' ' Receipts           To as per Bank Book ?. ? £3919 16 11 EXPENDITURES     Proper...

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Letter from Symon and Bakewell to W. H. Rosman, dated 23rd July, 1879. BANKS ESTATE. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 21 November 1879

Letter from Symon and Bakewell to W. H. Rosman. dated 23rd Julv. 1879.' J3ase3 Estate. We.are in receipt of your,someirhat remark able letter ,and still more remarkable statement of acqnnt. Various persons .who claim te be holders of acceptance* by Mrs.- Banks hove by your direc tion applied to us for payment but you know as well as we do that the amount we hare in hand is utterly insufficient to meet then. deaiands. At fer as we «an ascertain you hsve no authority whatever to accept billa in Mrs. 1 lacks narca c-_-i we are not tbf-refore disposed to advise her to recognize them as liabilities without iaformation what they ere for &&d that they ire due by the estBte. The estate appe&r* to be in a condition of aerioui fininctal embarrassmeat owing to your miscalculation: as to .he amount of assets that would be available to meet liabilities Several - cjeditt rsinoIudingthfNationalBink are threat ening writs against Mrs. Banks for the amounts dus to them and Me...

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Letter from Symon and Bakewell to W. H. Roman jun., dated 31st March 1879. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 21 November 1879

Letter from Symon and Bakewell to W. H. Rosman jun, dated 31st March 1879 We arc tn receipt of your -letter of Satur day*s date with the bills tnentionod. The- figures eontamed'in your letter'- bv-tb surprises and embarrass us in winding up this matter. ? ? ?;..... tfhs figures *i;h which j'oa furn^nediis the' ?vening that you were here showed that U,e. various payments to .be made amounted , to £7,135 or including the .£1,000 due Jonos trustees £8,195 while the various assets reoeiv able amounted to £8.200. We theref jw acted upon the assumption that by reserring £1^000 out of the purchasers deposit to meet cpniio gencies we sboald be. on the safe side but the figures yon asw .eendins '^hew a diferenod of about £2,000 on the former estimate. Does your estimate ino'ude all : amounts re ceivable up to the end of the month? ' ' We shall have to.p*y the Bant £7,000 as it wai only qn .that condition that, they agreed to ' releass the deeds ' If, yoiir jGgures are correct it will -be nec...

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(Letter) Symon and Bakewell to Rosman. 9th July, 1879. BANKS ESTAT[?]E. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 21 November 1879

(Letter) Symon and Bakewell to Rosman. 9th July, 1879. Banks Estate You will be good enough to apply the moneys belonging to the estate now in your possession in payment of the liabilities of the estate so far as such moneys extend or forward the, same to us or to Mrs. Banks for that pur pose. With the moneys in our hands we have paid one bill but the rest would be more than absorbed by the requirements of the National Bank in liquidating balances due on past due bills the acceptors of which have become insolvent. As to the various bills that have been accepted by you in Mrs. Bank's name we know nothing about as you have not yet forwarded us the accounts enabling us to ascertain the necessary particulars and we have therefore referred the various holders to you. We must say that we are entirely at a   loss to understand the course of management which has resulted in no provision being made for acceptances becoming due. For the present we cannot in any way  ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 21 November 1879

Sollouray's Pills and Ointment. — A dis* : ease springing from .bad blood, malarious districts, or overheated atmospheres, can be cured by noble remedies. Fever, ague, xl&u- enz-, hronciiitis, dyptberia, stomach com plaints, and billious disorders are easily met and rcadilf coLq^ered by these unrivalled medicament. - Bo:h act harmoniously in preserving tbe pure and best material) jot the body and in expelling all that is redundant, effect, or corrupt. Thus the cure is cot .alight and ephemeral, -but complete and permanent as thousands who haye personally.- *»ied their power lave greatly testified. Invalids .in all quarters of the globe, whose listlessness of mind and ssU^wness of complexion warned . them and their friends orsome undermining disease, have .been: throughly renovated- bfc Hollo way's remedies. TTIE BEST Christmas Present F1/RST PRIZE WASHING .M4&HJN&-. VXTH A WRINGER & TrTJB &' CIRCULATING FLUE BOILER. ^ . . ' — : — ..; -.i*.i-.i...

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Burra Gossip. COUSIN JENNY AND AUNT BETTY [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 21 November 1879

Borra Gossip. COUSIN JENSY AKD AUNT BETTY t-lB — As I often hear two old ladies engaged in a friendly chat about things in general in end around the Burra,I hare sometime* thought it a pity that their conversations should not see the light, and 1 hsve resolved, with your per mission, to lelTonr readers know from titce to time what they talk abiJi1;. I won't cttempt to give you. all they say, knowing full well that Ihtj could keep all .the-tnewspapers in the .colony well supplied: — . ... '- CotJsnr Jrcrxr-Well-rAaiit Betty, wkat'B the news'? ? - ? ???„*. ? ? : . i .jSn5xllEWr— 3, 1 deSrXiibw/' ThiFjlicTc' made a mess of the borir^ in tbat hoi j up in llirket.-square that they call a well, I dou't know the name of em. i have always beard my old man «sy, that they-fcust turn the borer, or what they c*!l un now ' the drill,' and i' they did not turn en he would fitcher. Ar.d then Ihave heerd un say that when they get a hole .dawn two cr three feet they always shutt hie up, here they ha...

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Municipal Elections. MEETING IN THE BURRA INSTITUTE. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 21 November 1879

Municipal Elections. MEETING IN THE BURRA INSTITUTE. A meeting of ratepayers was held in tbe Burra Institute on Wednesday evening to con- sider the various questions in relation to municipal affairs. - There was but a small attendance, and the mayor in opening the meeting read the advertisement which appeared in the Record last year, and then said he had been in some doubt as the wishes of the re- quisitionists, but as he had intended to give his annual report to the Council at its next meeting, that being the last in the municipal year, he was prepared to read it if the meeting wished ; and while he was prepared to take the chair if they desired it yet, if they intended to discuss the past of himself and the Council, it would be only fair that he should be out cf the chair. He would then ask them to put some one in the position.         Cr, Geake was voted to the chair who said he would have preferred that some one else had been c...

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Banks v. Rosman. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 21 November 1879

Banks v. Rosman. We gave last week the evidence in this case in extense and now publish the co-respondence. then referred to.   Copy of document of 20th September.   Kooringa, 20th Sep., 1879. - To the National Bank of Australasia,   Kooringa.   I hereby authorise William Henry Rosman, jun., to sign cheques for me and in my name open an account current with you, and also     to draw, endorse, and accept bill, draft and   acceptance, and make promissory notes 'in my name on my account ; and if he shall think fit any such cheques, bills, drafts, acceptances, and promissory notes to overdraw the account, and   also to discount with you any bills of exchange,   or promissory notes given or made or hereafter to be given or made to me ; and I request that you will pay all cheques, bills, drafts, acccept- ances and promissory notes so signed as afore- said on presentation, a...

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Letter from W. H. Rosman to Symon and Bakewell dated 3rd April, 1879. BANKS'S ESTATE. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 21 November 1879

Letter from W. H Rosman to Symon and 'Bakewell dated 3rd April1879.- BANKS ESTATE. Pearce & Skews — 1 enclose agreement Murray to Skewes lots 40 47 and48 Yongala Ferors— I enclose acceptance£125 11s. 3 d. DELIVERY OF BREWERY- &co is completed   and I enclose_ rough copy of - stock .sheet showing amount of stock handed over to pur chasers viz., £1887 5s 6d. worth being, over £570 worth less than as taken on 18th 'Feb ruary. The item of £17 allowed for troughs is for a set of fermenting troughs required to complete brewing plant to make it equal to 225 hogheads per week as stated in ' partic ulars.' The set we have are not, according to order and have been rejected by us and conse   quently are not paid for. I note your -remarks re several articles not mentioned in the particulars a list of which Mr. Catchlove has taken to town to show you and arrange for. There are 10 head of cattle left which I am putting in the market here to-morrow as they...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 21 November 1879

STALLIONS. Iron Duke. rflHIS Draught Entire Horse wili travel the -?- district of Booborowie by Gum Creek, Spring Bank and Buns, commenchig Augoet 10, 1879. IBON DUKE is a dark gray, rising five years old, Btands 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 prises at the Adelaide show. Terms £2 10s. ; groomage 2s. 6d., payable promissory note due on »3tb February, 1880. C. W. D0WDEN, Proprietor. MOURNING ABD MEMOBIAL CARDS at the 'BTJBRA BECOBD' OFFICE. Young Ranter. npHIS Splendid Draught Entire Horse so J_ well descended will travel this season as under commencing August 26th : — YOUNG BASTES will travel Mt. Bryan, Cartapoo, staying one night at Mr. Wise's farm (August 27); Hallett, Tommy's Gap, staying one night at Mr. liver's farm, then back so tniool...

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CHAPTER XLVI. THE END. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 21 November 1879

CHAPTER XLVI. THBSKD. ' Dotican, satd ttamiah, in a low whisper —fiw Macleod had gone below, and they thought be might be asleep in the small, bached state-room — « this is a strange-looking day, is it not r Ana i am afraid of it m this open bay, with an arohorage no better than a- sheet of paper for an anchorae*. Do yon sea now how strange4ookbig it is P' Duncan Camrron also spoke in his-oative tongue, and ha said : * That is true, Hamish. And it was a day hk« this there was when the Solan was sunk at her moorings in Loch Hourn. Do yon remember, Hamish P And it wonld be b-tter far us now if we were in Loch Toe, or Looh nft-Keal, or in the flock that was built for the steamer at Tires. I do not like the look of inn day.' Yet to an ordinary observer it would have aerated that the chief oharjoteristio of this pale still day wae'extrare and settler! calm. There was not a breath of wind to ruffle the surface 'te sea ; bat there was a slight, glassy swell, jd that only served to show cur...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 21 November 1879

AUCTIONS. Friday, November 21. AT TIIE HOTSL YARDS. LANC. LOT.; TO FARMERS, TEAMSTERS, DEALERS AND OTHERS. FOR POSITIVE SALE. £\[\ REALLY SPLENDID DBATJGHT Al\) HORSES. 3 ETTGLTSH WAGGONS, NEJV. ' 23 SETS SHAFT AND LEADING HAB KtSS, LOT SUKIJHIf*. LISTON, SHAKES & CO. have received instructions from Messrs. U. & W. Sherlock (who have finished wool Cdrting) to -eeH by auction ta above at^ half p«st I o'clock, without reserve—-. Ail tiieir THRSE TEAMS of Fast-class DRAUGHT HOESES, WAGGONS, UAR2HiS$,.a:.d SUNDRIES, M.,--as . uucLr — Duke, b.g. 6 years BBly, b.g. 6 yean L on, b.g. 6 „ Butt, eg:-. 2 „ Finny, g.m. 6 „ Dindy, e.g. 5 „ Nugget, b.g. 7 „ Ton-,g.g. 7 „ Flower, b.m. 6 „ Noble, br.g. 4 „ Duke^io 2,e^.B „ Diamond,b,m.5 „ - '?»-«er, g.g. 6 i Topsy, blk-m. 5 „ P.i cc, p.g. ? „ r J-88, Wlc.m. 3 „ Jrick,b^. 6 „ Charley, eg. 9 „ B -xer, br.g. 5 „ Leo, b.g. 4 „ vAiKV ' 3 English Waggmu (2 by Cameron, 1 by ' Station & Henderson) ' ' 20 Bets of fchaft and Leading ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 21 November 1879

BU8IHE88 DIBECTOBY. 10a. jaar qinrter, 2s. discount if pud in AVCTIONEESS. LT8TON, SHAKESJ^OO., Xooringa. OOLES & OOODCHILD, Keoringa. aT. QIETfflf ATUYT, Kooringa. JW. X3TO&SSON, Koiriiiga. €4-*N DEAUHUS. - J. ' BO ACH, Buna Mitt. 1NSUILAHCE COMPANIES. AUSTRALIAN MUTUAL PROVI DENT. — A. H. Fobdeb. COLONIAL MUTUAL. — F. W. SOUTH JBEITISH FIRE INBUR AKC&— F. W. Holder. flKPOKTBBS. DftEW & CO., Kooringa. ? GSHSBAL BXTSIHESS. PBOEESHES FOB SALE. APPILA. /»O1 ACHES Known as SULLIVA1TS 001 a firsfrolBea Farm in good heart, all pkngbable ? Urge portion bae^beeB. cropped onlyonoe. Plenty water. RCA ACBES, doan to the Township, ?J***' wall improTed,ptaity of Water. BBTf*T.TH. 1 AOA AOBBS, 600 Acre* atonghable lU/iU remainder Spendid Graamg Land. LACK ROCK. /JfT/S ACRES, adjoining Pckina, one of tbe '? u Most Gmyenient Farms in the ITorth, an* Good Land. v KiQ ACRES, capitally improved,. Hue ?JykO Land, isfose to Bailway, at Qopd a Storm aa there ii^&e...

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Midland Road Board RIVERTON, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 1. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 21 November 1879

.Midland Road Board. RIVERTON _ Tuesday. November 1. Present— H. T. Morris, Esq. (Chairman), and Commissioners Bowden, Kelly, Killicoat and Lewis . The Surveyor, Mr. Duffy and the Secretary, Mr. J. J. Rhead. Minutes     The minutes of last meeting weitf'read and adopted. ' '' SURVEYOR'S REPORT. ' ^ The Superintending ? Surveyor*a. onftiarjv report was read as follows : — Contracts com-. pJeted 88ti«factorily three, in Sand twenty^ nohinE done.four, and not signed. five; oWof - those in hand was not eathTactory. 'in refer ence to the Baldina Boad contract,'' the Sur veyor said : — ' Contract 142 miking 60. champs, of road xear Harris's paddock referred io tfie Surveyor last meeting, in consequence of Capt. KiUicaat* s report that he had caught the eon tractors covering bottom .metal only 2 inches thick. The contractors' admit ? that euch was the case as they were anxious to cotapiate in time for final certificate, snd took advantage ot th« absence of station...

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Magistrates' Court Redruth. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 19. [Before Mr. P. Lans, J.P. and Mr. E. Lipsett J.P.] [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 28 November 1879

Magistrates' Court Bedruth, WiracBBAY, fiOTSKBEB 19. [Before Mr, P. Lass, JT.P. and Mr. £. Lipsett Inspector Gray's informations. Issac Davejf for atray horsrs in Xhamrs street, Kooringa. Plea not guilty, fined 10 . Ti»*ag Young, Bieaard Dearlove and John Roach ttere fi ie i 5s each, for stray co»fl in Aberaeeo. JPranti* Pickering, S. Linlce, W. Gralz, William WooUacott and Henry Skemu we e each fined 5s and 10s costs, for not uaving their name*, residences and weight of the vehicle pained on their waggons. J. B. Sampson and F. EoberUom were fined 10s eucli lor furious riding in Cote meroial -street, £ooriDK«, and Oeorgt McKenzie was fined 5s for a similar between Koormga and Aberdeen. Frederick Bromley and J. W. O Lean/ for leavui^ butchrra carts on a public footpath, J. M Hmtt for driving ana Mobirt Strike mud David TaSbot to- riding on footpaths, were each fi-wd 10s. Mobert Strilt* for usisg. weights that were uns'-amped, was fined 6*, and ordered to forfeit a weight purporting, ...

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AUBURN, November 26. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 28 November 1879

ATJBe«$T, November 28. The weather fur the post has been very un favorable to hay- catting, it being very windy and unsettled, O.tr local cricketers, tried conclusions last Saturday with the MintaroitM, and showed marked improvement since the last match. The Auburn?te8_were victors the first innings, bat thronxhtthe wicke&eeper miaaing an easy catch from Smith before be had scored, thoy were beatea in theeecoad. The Aubumitee played a good game and deserved a win. The under arm bowlittg of Mr. Wyh'e was very effective, he was very diffisolt to play as his balls break a great deal from leg, W. Aehton a young but promising biwler also -bawled well, getting an average of four wickets for four runs in;the first innings, fonder batted well foribe local team, making fourteen and five in good style, as also did Taylor, who made six. and twenty by really good play. The anniversary services of the Watervale Sunday School wera^ebrated oa Sunday and Monday last. On Sunday the Ber. Jas....

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YONGALA, November 18. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 28 November 1879

TOHGALA. Novemlwr 1H i-ne tamers in this part of the country are at last complaining of too tBBCh rain. Last Monday we had a tremendous downpour nearly an inch of ram failing in about twenty iuusuws , un uijjm it commencea again and _to-day we are having a soaking rain, and It is likely to continue for some time. I fear it will do considerable damage to the late mown hay. A musical entertainment was given last evening in the Inetirute Hall in aid of the Local Cricket Club, the attendance was mode rate, considering (he threatening state of the weather. The m»jjrity of the songs were pojrly rendered, t»e contributions of Miss Glaeson and Mr. Ye© excepted. Oar wheat crops are looking splendid, and as a conse quence business ia xnoeh. brisker.

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