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SPECIAL MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 5 December 1879

SPECIAL M4.TCH. Association EiKrEs t. Eiqhtees of Fae liEix's Fiat asi- Disrsicr. — Dec 2. South Australian batsmen have not hitherto been renowned for tell ecoring, b^t this season promibes to improve ineir reputation ia this respect, and in years to come we miv expect to hear reference made to the match p'aved on tbe Oral oa Tuesday, December 2, 1879, when ihe highest aggregate and the highest indi vidual ecores ever gained tlieie were recorded. The Northers Eighteen who then faced an Association Eleven were treated to such an amount of leather-hunting that it is not likely they will ever forget their appearance on the Adelaide Oval. The e'evf n weat to the wickets an beur before noon, and the fourth man (Jarvie) wsb not put out till 4 o'clock ia the afternoon, and nntil he had made the magn:fi cent score of 189, and had helped to raise the total from 69 to 381. Never before has the scoring been nearly as heavy as it wa« on Tuesday, when the fourth century was passed before the fi...

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CORRESPONDENCE. RIVERTON, DECEMBER 3. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 5 December 1879

CORRESPONDENCE. (From our own Corresoontlrnts.) ElVEHrOX, Dece3ibui 3. On S.turday, Novembfr29, »r. Hay ward's liorff brute away irom ilr. Elliott's elio ing *he«*, with a rope around i;s neck, and gellop ins Home, jumped over a tank and cauuhr its Jrg in thf rope, br. aling its back, *o th«l 'for- wards they bad to shoot it. It is » prrat loss to ihe doctor as the horse vas worth £31. On Sunday, IVorember 30, the weather was Tery close, with thunder and lightning all ttay accompanied by light showers of rain. At about 10 a.m., we had a shock of an eartii quaka. Farmers are busy gathering in their hay.

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KAPUNDA V. RIVERTON. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 5 December 1879

KAPU2JDA V. KIVERTOy. This match was plajcd oa Saturday last at Rivertoa, near the railway station, and resulted in rather ia easy victory tor iha vi*itorp. Riverton went to ths wickets fi-st. and wera soon diap^spd of by J. McLiren and W. L. N«ale. and were only able to score 42 run--. The Kapunda were much moro fortun -te mak ing the fiue ecore of 114 run», the chief f-cire-s being W. L. Neale 35 (-lot. ou-), D. Cameron 14, McLaren and Uren 13 each and Davie 10, Rir-rtia in their second innings did much better than in th ir first ; Cjbb, iiolt'iouse and Potter showing very good cricket and managed to escape a one innings l:y threa rmss. The vi.-itors were entertained at a luncheon bf thf visitors dnring the mstch. Ti;e foilosviag ere the score? : — BrVBKTOK. Captain, Dr. Hajward; Umpire, ilr. J. W. Oastin?, J P. First Inai:igj. W. J. Pondor, b McLarea . O J. Pitter, c S.ieil, b VT. T,. JWe 3 W. G-»bb hi% wic-kpt-, b McLaren C -J I^vrrrs, h *5t.±. ?-£?._ -, « H. R .)l-housj-, b W. ...

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Cricket Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 5 December 1879

Cricket Notes. ? The first match (if we may call it a match) played in tho Born this season, came off on Saturday last, between tbe Clare and the Barra clubland it prored to be of the greatest farces '? %-«««^»™ -uai uhiiui innce lor many a aay. We were aurprised Pv few weeks sgo when the Hallett dub'beat our cricketers, but we were more aurprised «m Saturday hi«t, to see such a miterable chow of erickft that iraa made by the Bum team, both in bitting and fielding (with a- few exceptions) 5 ywheo batting in tbe first innings ihey all seemed paralysed with the bowling of Mortimer and Mitchell «nd the whole eleven retired for the insignificant score of 8 TUpe t Jbough ip dior«coudlnnire8 some of them showed better form and Beemed to have more confidence, «nd no doubt the score would .have, reached higher numbers in both innings h%i not several of the players been most focliebly run out by their cat ta'-a but we bopejhis^rjiboingdown will be a lesson to the Burra cricketerr. We al?o th...

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Magistrates' Court Redruth. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 3. [Before His Worship, Mr. P. Lane, J.P. and Mr. J. D. Cave, J.P.] [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 5 December 1879

Magistrates1 Court Bedruth. \YED2TEBDAY, DECEMBER 3. ['Before His Wor»hio,'Mr. P.-frtne, J.P. and Mr.J,.D.C«Te,J.P.] Ceovts IiAhds K»,sqk« Watts' Ihfobmvtov. Alexander Boyd wasfiied £1 14* and Us 83 costs, Juliin 2fo*mar3, £1 14s «n-1 lls 81 costs and Charles Damson. 6a and £161 costs. for depasl urine cattle on travelling stock re serves; the charge against Join Gray of Redrnth, for depasturing seven working bulIockB on stock road was dismissed. J ? Inspector -Obit's Tnpobk&tioxs. Jeffrey Pearta and J. M. JffeBridt for no nnmes ou dray end wazgon, were -noh fined 10* and costa 10a, and Oiarlex Sehule for havine uo light on cab while standii-^ on the side of the road in Bcdroth. half an hour after sunset-, was el«o flnrd 5s without cost*. ShetocsD Sifiau lot maintenance, of wife, £13 123 arre*r-, order for aaotrot c'ahned and_ £2 2s Court fee*. Mr. Packard for informant.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 5 December 1879

A YouifO Hero. — The boy who, at tbe Nile, 'stood on the bnrning deck whence all but him had flad' has been justly immortalized in song And story, and now another boy, urde^ lvery different circumstance?, mutely claims a like reward. So son of « warrior sire he — no nheritor of a proud name which the youngest bearer is constrained to preserve untarnished, hut only a mechanic's child who worked in a factory by the side of his father. .Nobody, we may be sun*, thought him a iiero, as in cap and an apron he trudged to and from his daily labour through tbe streets of Birmingham, but fit that time the opportunity had not come without which the greatest if, in the world's eye, even as the-least. It came at last, at the very last, poor lad J for, when passing near one of tbe iron monsters where he worked, I. is apron was c night, and he himself was drawn through the machinery fo certain death. . Help quickly arrived, and the poor lad was disen tangled from the horrible embrace into which he...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 5 December 1879

Photographic Atelier. KING WILLIAM STREET, ADELAIDE. (LATE T. DUREA'S) rXITDER the distinguished patronage of H.R.K. the Duke of Edinburgh, and by spocia LJ Appointment to H. £. Sir W. F. D. Jebvois, and the Governors of the Provinc or the last twenty years. ROBIN & HACK, Timber MercJiards, Builders, -§? Contractors, Sarnia Timber Yard, Port Adelaide. Timber of all Kinds, Cement, Plaster: of Paris, &c Galvanized Iron, Guttering, &c Boildcrs* Ironmongery. WOOD HOUSES FRAMED OX PREMISES. W. ANDERSON, Wholesale and Retail Boot and Shoe Maker, COMMERCIAL-STREET, KOORINGA. A LARGE STOCK OF TKGLISH ABD COICKIAL MADE BOOTS AND SHOS ALWAYS ON IlANn. ♦ ? Tbade Scppued at Moderate Phices. BzpaTbs Neatly I&kectttbd. Oedebs Peomptlx Attesded to. -bL Jusv received a ILai^e Stock of LADIES' LASTING BOOtJs, ^ Latest Style W. H, BATGHELOR, HAMPSHIRE HOUSE, COMMERCIAL STREET, KOORINGA Has on hand a Large Assortment of Writing Desks, Work Boxes, Jewel Cases, Dressing C...

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Varieties. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 5 December 1879

Varieties. Don't get ?nto debt t - a shoemaker if you would call yonr sole your own. The woman smoke in Spain, and of course widow's ' weeds' are qtite comm- ft. What a paradoxical creature m- n h. He takra to blotting paper to keep from, blotting papPTi Mouey makes the marego, steam makes the cargo, and the eight ot the creditor makes the mango* '* I nerert' aaid Voltaire, ' was rained but twice ? once when I gained a lawsuit, tndoxce when T-loet one.' The following itam occurs in New York lawyers: — 'To waking Bp in the night and thinking ot your case, five dollars.' 'Is this the Adams house?' asked a stranger. ' Yea,' was the reply, ' Its Adam's home until you get to the roof j then its eaves.' The paragrapher that was hanged said io the crowd around the gallows, ' this life is but a hemp-tie showi' A lot of American corsets shipped to M-jt^co were supposed to be a new kind of saddle, *nd they were returned as not giving latitfaction. What sort of an offence would yon call pull i...

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Municipal Elections. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 5 December 1879

Municipal Elections. The Sfunieipul elections this year were in c impute contrast to those of a year seo, and as Mr. P. Lane, J.P., as Mayor ; and Messrs. John r.pwis. J_LJ_ W.H. ilatchelor. and J. Dunttan, j^n., as Councillor?, had all been e'ected without ooposition th^re remained alorsc the auditorship upon which So vol« There w*a but sligli'; interest taksn. in the }-o;!in2 eiM-pt by the fri«ndsof one or two of the c-tnc!i iatoe wlio did a fit tie canvassing occasionally, and the vircrs did not come up very fast At fife o'clock the poll closed and the sorutirsT b?£--.n and the w^ole was finished er,d the r*'ul*- declsreH shortly aft^r half p*st 5r». Mr. W. E. Rid»war,J. P, Councillor for ^ortti WarJ, was Returning Officer, pre s'rtinj at th? voting place in Middle Ward ; Or. Drew at South Ward, and Ex-Councillor BaHholotca; le at North Ward were the deputies. £he voting was as fallows : — S. Ward 1L Ward K. Ward £ & S E SgS If $ 2 s S S $5 -p-£ -e-t- - ^ E* tn Davey, W. ...

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For Better or Worse [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 5 December 1879

For Better or Worse The oM man B»nrtigo keen' n prrtfry sharp five on hi« daughter Mnrv, wnrl tnanv a nonld be lover has taken a walk nfrer a frw minutes' rnnvenAtion with the harri-rimi-tod mmiL The old chap i« stuck thi'9 Hmp, however, and Cards are ont for a wedding. A^er the lucky young man h»d b«-en sparking Mary for six months the old gentleman popped in «* uinal, reon»»ted a pr-vafe confab, and led off with : 'You seem like a nice roangr matt and {-erhnp« you are in lore with Mary ?' ' ' Te», I nip,' was thn honest reply. - ? Haven't eaid anything to her jet, have DU?' ? Well, no ; but I think she reciprocates my afitation ' - ' Does, flh ? Well, let me tell yon something. Her mothrr died a lunatic, and there's no doubt that Mary has inherited her insanity.' . * I'm willing to take the Chance*,' replied the lover. 'Yes, bat yon sea Miry nan a terrible temper. She has twiee drawn a knife on me with intent to commit murder.' 1 I'm n*ed to that— got a sister just like her,* was ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 5 December 1879

BIRTH. KER— On the 24th November, at The Mine, Kooringa, the wife of J. G. Innes Ker, H.M.C.S.,   of a daughter. The Record. A PAPER FOR THE BURRA AND THE NORTH-EAST. BURRA, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1879.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 5 December 1879

STALLIONS. Iron Duke. THIS Draught Entire Horse will travel the diafrict of Booborowie by Gum Creek, Spring Bank and Burn, commencii.e Auguct 10, 1879. S B IRON DUKE is a dark gray, rising five pears old, stands seventeen hands bigh, 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. R. Smith's Ean'in Bobin, ofO'Halloran Hill, out of Grey Gipsy dam Gipsy (imported), and took three first prizes at the Adelaide show. Terms £2 10s. j groomage 2*. 6d., payable promissory note due on 28th February, luSO. C. W. DOWDEN, Proprietor. MOUENIBG AND MEMOEIAL OABDS at the 'BURBA RECORD' OFFICE. Young Ranter. rpHIS Splendid Draught Entire Horse so J_ well descended will travel this season as under commencing August 26tb : — YOUHG RANTER will travel Mt. Bryan, Cartapoo, staying one night at Mr. Wise's farm (August 27) ; Hallett, Tommy's Gap, staying one ni'ht at Mr. Tiyer'e farm, then back so Uilooloo...

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NEW USE FOR POCKET HANDKERCHIEFS. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 5 December 1879

Ubw TJiB fob Pocket BTakseebchtets. — Geography is a weak point with the French nation. The Germans, when they invaded were found to know the country better, and to Tjovaeas better maps of it that the natives them selves. Culture in France, indeed, seems to be the possession of the few, and that probably is one cause of the daugerou* instability of ~the Qovemmint. The men in power appear to tiare discovered this, and are f vidently doing all they can to strengthen then themselves and the country by educating the masses. One of the expedients adopted for popularizing science in the army partakes of the ludicrous, suggest, ing as it does the ' moral pocket handkercher' for the elevation of the little nig»er which Dickens lias made famous. The French soldiers, we are told, have for aome time had pocket handkerchiefs served out to them, on each of which is printed a map of France and its principal colonies i and no«r others are being dUtributed' bearing impressed on them the ^leading di...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 5 December 1879

Therk is sliortly to be competed for a bonus of £4,000 voted by Parliament for the inventor of a machine to perform the various operations of reaping, threshing, ?winnowing, screening ?within itself. We may give our opinion at once and say that we hope the bonus will never be vron. We have seen slovenly farming in the past, but though is has borne its evil fruit, that is nothing to what will result from attempts to use such a machine as that contemplated. The new system would be worse than the present in scattering abroad over the field all the drake, oats, and other weed seeds -which, now are gathered and destroyed with chafE If we remoniber rightly a machine was in use a number of years ago which winnowed as it reaped and, blew aw*y the cliaff and offal as it went along the field, but it was discarded because it sowed the weeds; and so will any other implement be that is deivsed on that plan. The sins of omission are as follows : — In the scientific and success ful thorough farmin...

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How a Woman Goes to a Fire. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 5 December 1879

How a Woman Goes to a Fire. After halarcing herself on f he window-ni'l ol n fonrtli-atorey window nnrf betting it ie on the Fifth Avenue or the Bowery, or somewhere, ' fo tin,11 sha suddenly »»art» no as if an idea had utruck her, «nd she eavs to herself, ' I'm poimg to that fire, and it's no upp talking.' Then sbe begins to pet. ready. Shn stands bpfoTP tJ*« mirror and twists and turns her own hair in all manner of ways to see. in which way it will make thp most «how ? then she spikes on one oVzen puffs and bangs on the fr:zi*s so that thpy will look ' like eea*weed around * clam ;' after stowing away pound or two hair ?pinp, and vowing that hrr trma are. just ready to drop off, she casts ene mom approving glancp at her hair, and vo-fb eight to seven that it. will do. What, dress to wrar is Hie next question before the tneeting-honee. To decide thifi rnomentouo qaep'irn, elie gnen to her wardrobe ; hut, like Dame Uubbard, ' wh«n she came there the afnretide wsrdrbbs w»b bare,' at ...

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District Councils. HALLETT. MONDAY, DECEMBER 1. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 5 December 1879

District Councils. HALLETT. MONDAY, DECEMBER 1. Present — Councillors J. Dunstan (Chairman) Windsor, Turner, Simmons, Webber, Worrell, Mills and Harry. Minutes of last meeting read and confirmed. The following tenders were opened and read. No. 27, Jas. Kildia, £32 10; Eichler Bros., £20; accepted. No: 28, T. Hause at £10 15s per chain ; Eichler Bros., £46 13s ; accepted. No. 26, Eichler Bros., £17 ; accepted. No. 29, Eichler Bros., £38 11s ; accepted. No. 25, Eichler Bros., £6 16s; accepted ; Jas. Prior, £11 ; H. C. Hall, £16. No. 80, Eichler Bros., £19 ; accepted. No. 31, Eichler Bros., £8; accepted. The offer of this Council for office accommoda- tion at Institute was accepted by the Com- mittee.. The fine inflicted on Councillor Mills was remitted, cause of absence being satis- factorily explained. The Inspector of Works was authorised to spend up to £5 on all re pairs that require immediate attention. The members of the Cartapoo Ward were em-   powered to spend up t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 5 December 1879

Pare, Sparkling, and Wholesome PALE, DARK & XXX ALES & PORTER. In Bulk and Bottle. G. H. CATCHLOVE & CO. Hat Weatlwi* is Comiiig!!! Drink . : Only Lemon Syrup, Peppermint, the best ^'SS^^K^. - «^d Pra** ' _ ,. , ' Bitteis, Quinine, SaieauariUa,.&-M ' ._. ? - Cordials and -22rated water 3sr_ ZiZsoxr sd ssosr, MANUFaCIUREES, E0OH1KGA and YONGALA. Assorted cages put up. . 3STEW STOCK KOW BEADY. I I I MOWEES, |? £ § ft a »: RAKE& : « I i 1 1 1 Pony Reapebsi | s I ADEDAIDG, JEAPOUDi and IA.VE5TOWS. 68- PRIZE WINNOWERS! PRIZE WINNOWERS !1 TO SAVE LABOR IS TO SAVE H0HEY. JAMES 'WHEA T L E Y, MACHIOTSXI, B^PUNDA. Begs to inform the Farmers of the Colony that last season he had to DECLINE NO,IiES3 THAN 57 ORDERS for his CELEBRATED PEIZE WINNOWING MACHINES In consequence of evca orders being kept back eo long. J . As there is every prospect of a good harvest next season, J, W. would ur^e on tho»o requiring his Machines (the advantages of which are tco w...

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Burra Burra Lodge of Oddfellows. MANCHESTER UNITY, ADELAIDE DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 5 December 1879

DuiTa Eurra Lodge of Odd fellows. MA^OHESTER UXI I T, ADELAIDE DISTRICf. ? On Wednesday evening Uet the half-vearly firiaoce meeting of the Birra L.-dge- was held at the Institute and we liavo be,n f»vored with the foil 1 wine items which will ^iew a'l a glance the eubstautial position to -which this local in etirutisn has attained, and the gre»t advantage that afriraa to those joining i». Tge chair wa orcupied by K.G., J. Jcnki^, and the auditor's report from which t»-.o following were taken was presented by Mes-r.J. W. D»vey and Turner. The h-jfanco in hand U»t audit was £4,613 17*. 1 '.; contributions eiu« h ve Bm:-:iri:rfi to £65L 14*. 3 »., interest to £3 6.10-- 4?.. aii or^cr hcjsncs to £4S 7?. 101 =£5,660 9. 6). Tha cij-endituie ha- teen S^k-p-iy £312, Sar^e^ns, £138 10j. lie 4 s, £163 li. Gi., ii-.nts men* £7t- 10' - and other expenn-s £130 S-. - 4-J- ^p£S33 ,^0«. 101., leaving a credit balarca -f £-4837 18*. 8'., which is ihvib ed as folio*? : — L--sns on Security £4220, C*...

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The Bark Cure for Dipsomaniacs. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 5 December 1879

The Bark Cure for Dipso maniacs. Tn the Medical Temperance Journal for Jaly there is a good paper on this subject by Dr. Norman Kerr, who has had much experience in the treatment of habitual drunkard?. Although he ridicule the vaucled virtues which have been ascribed to Cinchona bark in the cure of drunkenness, and says that its pre tenein* are baseles', an 4 its promises as falla cious as tho?e of ire predecessor, yet he admits that it is a valuable arj'irant to other remedies in the treatment of this affection. He think' it of great service in restorirg the broken tona and power of the shattered mental 'end physi cal constitution of the hapless dipsomaniac Dr. K-r justly observes that drunkenness is at once n moral snd pl:vs;cal evil. While we must look to the will, however weakened, of the inebriate for an eff-cfuaj and a Jasfine cure, his pliyeicalsv stem must be strengthened and his cn}v:ng for ccohol at least lessened. To aid in ihe accomplished of j-ach desirable cadp, we can...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 5 December 1879

WSDTESS 3-IBECT0RY. 10*. par quarter, 2s. diaeoont if paid in advance. AUCTIONEERS. jL LC5TONrSHAKES/&^CO., Kooringa. W COLES A GOODCHILD, Kooringa. BAKES. F. -3EBHARDT, Kooriaga. BOOTMAKEBS. W. ANDERSON, Kooringa. CORN DEALERS. J. ROACH, Burra MilL IK SVBANCE COMPANIES. AUSTRALIAN MUTUAL PROVI DENT. — A. H. Fobdeb. COLONIAL MUTUAL. — P. 'W. HOLDCB. SOUTH BRITISH MRS INSUB ANCR— F. W. Holder. Of POSTERS. DREW & CO., Kooringa. GEHERAL BUSINESS. PEOPERTIES FOR SALE! OB' -£*. Xt- XsX 13. APPILA. /»Q-f ACBRS Known as 8ULL1YA1PS UOJ. a first-class Farm in good heart, all ptoughable a large portion has been cropped only one*. Plenty water. crft ACRES, dose to the Towaelap, «'«J«3 well improved, plenty of Water. BELALIE. 1AOA ACBES, GOO. Acres aloughable l\j/C\J remainder Spendid Grasinf .Land. LACK BOCK. ?aTJ? ACBES, adjoining Bekine, one of the V / U Most ConTenisnt Farms in U» If Drib, an* Good Land. ejQ ACHES, capitally improved, line «JrkO Xand, dofe to Bailway, as Goo...

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