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

/ TT3TI0If S. ? Tuesday, December 9. AT KtPUXDA. 500 JXl- ™ tls. g()0 TO GRJZIFR^ FARMERS A3JD T ISTny, slfrl^ES & CO. JLJ ''''e rpc-irel instruct, frr,m Jsmra 9 'cM—° **' bj 8uct'on' at K»Funda, ot AKO JZ'? STORE CATTLF, frOm -±O\J Cntliet-., Hirer railing, mo«ly Bullrcl-fl. tl'omigHv healthy, and ]?? e»-idconditbr. . 30 Fat Heifers. In lots to suit buyers. Terms — Approved Ui!lj-. Saturday, December 13. AT OSBOOROO. TO Fill VTTRS. TEAMSTER'S, OR AZIEBS BtTTCHEES 4ND OPHEKS. ?.5POFAT AND STORK SHEEP 33 DRATOfTT HOBS' S 9 TEAMS BULLOCKS 1ISTON, S- II A K; F. S, & no. J hove received inptrtiotioT'ii from Mr. John 'S . IVrr to pell hv auction on Siturday , DflCPmhw 13 «t 2 oVl»- W— 2500 E Wl S and WETHF3S, m0Stly fat 30 Draaehl FTors.-«. sound and s-su-eh ?3 Ie«m8.(8 pad) Working Buliccks, all ?young and in good condition. Terms— Appr v»d Bi 1*. For positive sale. Saturday, December 13. ATOEBCORCO. IMMEDIATELY AFTER MR. TORBS SALE. as head nous as. T 13 TON, SHAKES &am...

Publication Title: Burra Record
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The Dipsomania Cure— Method of Preparing it. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 5 December 1879

The Dipsomania Cure — Method of Preparing it. Will you allow me, discoverer of the Crnchona Cure for Drunkenness, the privilege of sajio« a few words in reference to the eamtp If so, permit me, fi-sr, to extend to you my heartfelt luaiiKs for tue interest you have taken in the subject ; and, second, to say that formula, bs to extensively published in tbe newspapers, is far from being correct, the journalistic gentleman who sent it forth getting it very much mixed. Beside?, since the 'interview' he had with me, I have very mateiiilly changed the proportions of tbe ingredients in the remeiy ; at- present concen trating the combined alkaloids of six pounds of pure^esA Lox* bark' into one quirt of extract, thereby making the medicine much more jrowerfiil and Burs (93 well as more expensive), tliHn T frtrmprlv diH_ I am of the opinion that if drag stores arscellaneously make up this prescription from such barks &s they would u?p, harm would be done, becaus ? then are, as referenc...

Publication Title: Burra Record
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Chips from my Log. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 5 December 1879

Chips from mv Coe. (Br Bahblke.) - QtJBBirsiJjrD —The Queensland Court U Vuuersally admired and is generally considered the best of the Australian Courts, the arrange ment is admirable and the attrcc we manner in which exhibits are shown is th; general ' remark-. I have heard scores of persons remark while passing that the Q leeneland Court is the best in the Exhibition, and jet it i* the very last from which I expected much. In the transept in front of the court are trophies of sugar cane, tin, copper, gold, &e, -while -within the court itsrlf are ixeellent -esmples of the chief products of the colonv f uch as wne:t, farinaceoni roots, sugar in great -mr'ety, pearlahell, wool, fibres, cotton, tobacco leaf, marble, preserves, saddlery, skins of native animalf, some beautiful photographs of Gladstone, Cleveland Bay, Mary River, &?., a fine collection of native animals, birds, shells, ?andinsccti ; piper made from fibers grown in the colony, also an interesting t xhibi...

Publication Title: Burra Record
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The University of Adelade. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 5 December 1879

The ITniversity of Adelade. ' The Board tfCjtiaiinershsldAinfetmg on Saturday, November 29, - iiid -declared tbe rc-ults of the-' .ordinary etamiuationg to be es £-il'-w.\ ? ?- ».. ,-,, r, t ... Suffnts wh3, have psuea Tor vacs' v.e. 1 ere:— -'' ? - ' ?'- '' F r*t Year.— First clafe— S.E. ITold«r. B. 9: Kosera. Second class — A. CUV Shird u?«is— W.:ClaT«. : , . . . . ; ; Second Tear.— First daw— None. Second class— A. Djnal'Wson, Third claM— None. Ti.ird Year.— I. Clas icn. F«rsf cl«is— P. A. B bn. Sfcjnd clasa-^T. II. Baarp, J H«r.det i-6a,a.q/2 Mathemattcs. First cUss—X. H. B-^an-. 3. Physiw. Frst cla*« T.' tf. Besre, P. Sw'on^a 4 -.P--f^ %-jJ!n*.-BefS?f ?/????.— n« _ ii»irdJ^r.^Ts^^r. .KrBt'd*m— ?!. W. £}eire,- S.,iBmeaton,«-q SeconSJclaJSr^-lionc. Third class— KB. Mack. Mental Thflosophy. Fu-ct cliss-^P. A. Bobtn; HJ U. nl*ck,». Smeaton, erq. Second class — J: fienSetson. ' L'st of non matriculated' students who* hsve p.sseain:— i:%a).i-lS»m--2Wtb.*9Qi*gf'. G. ftlotDombvfira- i&...

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Burra Gossip. COUSIN JENNY AND AUNT BETTY [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 5 December 1879

Burra Gossip. noTTsix .THNsrr asd atjst bbtty Our two lady friends met again yesterday and were at it as soon el the men were put or the way untiltheir lords came hom j *»ain ; of court e we arauit them of the charge of ec«»ip ing, they only had ? lengthy cooversaiion -abo-it everybody and crerytUiog in general. T-iey are moHcratelv clean in tbeir appearacc?, but we won't attempt to t«ke a p ep inside Lest the ^room may complain of being out of work, and the c'i-hcloth of feeling very dry and s'iff, and the whitewaih broth of being compelled to stand for two years in one corner, and the cups and dishes give a general rattle** a pro test against being compelUd to wrrkwoha-d fora week together without foiing aliowe^i to retire to the:r accuttnmed resting-place, but we will just stand oat of eight and listen, to what they have to asy. - ? *?' Cousnsr J. — Wel'f Aunt Betly, basr ar^ es doipg ? ' ACSt B— Well, I hardly lto»w ; IcoiHent sleep all day yeaterday, nor nntil eight* o'clo. k l...

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European Politics. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 5 December 1879

European Politics. We rxtract the following from yesterday's Segisler: — It the rumours cuTent in London are true, portentous change in Europe are impending. ?J.ne reports are apparently founded on a speech -.?detiVend at Lynn by one of the Under Secretaries of State ( ho flon. Rofaort Bourke), who asserted that tbeBri'-hh Government were «O! certing mraeurca with the other Great Powers f -r the maintenance of peacr. Accord ing t«i refort the Imperial Gorvrmnent are negotiating directly with Uermany, with the -acquiescence of Au-tria and F.ancp, 'or the es'ablishment of an European league of a very important aid uiueual character. The three object* aimed at arc mid to be the ratification of England's action in respict of Asiatic Turkey, the improvement of the German sea toard, and the isolation ofRus-ia. To effct ?this arrangement it is concede i that the Turk must bo blotrei-out as a factor ia European politics. Toe British Government, «ho hare been taking credit fcr boUtering-up i...

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Chips from my Log. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 12 December 1879

Chips from my Goer. (Br Eamblbu— Continued.} Great Bkitain.— The section devoted to exhibitors is remarkable for its extent, tbe handsome and valuable nature of its) «-xbibita, and its cenerallv attractive aDnMnnw. ileaom. George . Wolstrnholme. and Son, of Sheffield exhib't a handsame case of cutlery in -luding almost every v-riety, and all appa rently of -the bast quality 5a4-1iigMy fiaisttd. Among thesje r.tti!e, rtiz^r^ penknives, pocket knives, sporrsmen^s-lcnive?, bowiekoives, table and pruning-koivevfeusors of all sices and shapes ; and an immense number of different »,-?-'-?'»? many of which are ornamented and iaelad 'ng a really nrtijjtic Jnanner. A hand ,.,.„„ trophy. . of ' needless and fithinz hook* shown .by Messr*. Thomas and Spaa, of Bedditch Worcestershire, attracts the atten tion of passers by from the ingenious manner in whioh these articles are arranged on silk in fancifur designs and patterns. There is also a handsome show of briar wood pipes, amber s*ems &am...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 12 December 1879

o SPECIAL ANNOUNCFMENT. On and after January , 1880, the ADE LAIDE OBSERVES will be issued in an entirely NEW and QiEATLY IMPROVED form. The ebape and style will be the same a* have proved so popular in connection with the leading weekly newspapers in the neighbouring colonies. The Observer will therefore consist of AT LEAST THIBTY-TWO PAGES, and ADDITIONAL SPACE will be provided as required. While as moon attention as heretofore will be given to the supply of Local News and the Latest Intelligence from all part* of the world, many NEW and IMPORTANT FEATURES will be intro daoed. Leading Articles and other comments on currents events as well as literary contribu tions of varions kinds will be written specially for the Obterter, and competent Editors will have charge of 'The Farm and Garden' an-! Sporting pages. Ample sDace will be devoted to OUIDOOB SPOKES *nd INDOOR PASTIMES «f aU &sa4ptions,ena- NOVELS by the best Authors will beregularly published. Ib order to carry oat fo...

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CORRESPONDENCE. GLADSTONE, DECEMBER 9. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 12 December 1879

CORRESPONDENCE. fFrom our own Corresnondents.} GLADSTONE. Decbubkr 9. Tn Saturday evening last about 8 o'clock Crlddotone was ruited by a most violent storm of wind and dust, followed closely by rain ; for a few minutes its furr seemed almost irresistible. sheets ot gamnuedsron, torn from roof*, &c, were whirled toconsiderabledistances ; the roof of St. Albums Church was severely shaken, whilst several other places were completely un roofad and otherwise damaged. I have not heard particularly whatjdamage was done to the crops, but I believe it is not as much as would be expected from so violent a storm. The weather is still very unsettled, as aa other thunderstorm seems approaching. Tbe works at the gaol are being pushed rapidly forward by Messrs. Sara & Dunetan. The additiDos to Blake's Hotel sr« nearly finished _; and when they are completed, Glad Stone will be furnished with three mat and commodious hotels, probably unsurpassed by any in the North. Thompson's Dior...

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Cricket Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 12 December 1879

Cricket Notes. A oaten u to be played to-morrow, on the ground near the Brewery, between the first etoran qf the Bum Club and eighteen of the True Blue Club. Plar to nsmnMnw at S n m the following an tbe names of the rotpectire teamet— . ftrker, W. (Capt.) Oplvf, A. (Capt) Wbeara,H. Parks,O. Butterwortb, Q. Blott. J. : Bampaaa,J. B-ran,f. ' Butm,*. ^ 8'eep.P. - Walker, J. Babbioh, M. B eking, J. Cany, F. : Herbert, I. Uorgan, W. Cobb, W. Wickham, K. ^hortoidfa, T. 1 Hertur*, K. ' Blott, 8. White, k. ??? ' JEmenreney. Brase, F. Bnue,W. Loutit, W. Lawn, W. ? ' Joslinir, W. 8nell, J. -Kennedy, J. ; Kichirdf,J. Emergencies. Parr. H. Xioekyrr, H. P«rks, C. Ifae foOowinf it from the Braider, under thebaadfa*. ^ *^ '?ntlBlflBO VMM A BKPOKT.' and in it tbe tatthfai ohrouicW says r-«Xhe caame eaaimiaaiil at * oaaHaiyart 18 ajn. The twenty-two fee* wlafcilira that could be ?oared «p tn aH Aaaeriea went in in high feather,- ahowrac tbeir muscles and dereloping tricks with the beH an each a man...

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Open Column. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 12 December 1879

^fJ9^;9&m^.^ TBK *«H^KL«onb* FOB mOfUlB. ?I- ?-?:-? WABU. -?.'.i.^.-efta. ? ?ingskr (not to eayllii flfp wtJHii^PaBU||i ia i) , prJSwnioa. . Jlotto commew^Ajfitoiiat mX-ympatbwa w«b ^m tmpnm&ar ftmtb %i^ jAJf^Uy ii.W-|,|»t.». iSlSiiliafc. ?raid |Misttk»%a»braajpSt aboutbjr^^atioa. tfaa-Xdb'loA after tny^isiii Imbiihh* X occupy any JWponnhW position stjtbacieotion, nwl«t^kfor»aafl«*nt*hM-i asntfe. aaasj in vacation wouM allow famatU. to U pbajr^in so blse a position, be*das oc cb, npt wfite B^sttv^rM tolfraUstteadinf WBy^waiMHKOess. 1 tianaotaay a^praa«ni whioVef «»«»*» -sntl*nr, rasartnnrd woult in ifttsii ? ?swrrrii ii i itw r i i^r-- «t thM kMlBW«t«iekbatl d« *« that Irfmoerdy tvfHt i2*m iafat*je*T»-oaJa Jtos. barn la£ witk-^cboieeisrtb*aB«ttsr. I lams bo happy sHmatina jot «l)e writer wdtuj me- book eonSIamg thVlisws «f tbe Owporatic*, and I think ao »r ayJ^fsy^iMnidpal Deobjactiosi to^jbemj; wetgbaa m tM nuanee buftbTw^bl* inuiTbear_tba atamp oTteutb and justice ...

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AUBURN, December 10. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 12 December 1879

AUBURN, December 30. The weather these last few days has been very favorable to the crop*. Hay harvesting is almost over, the farmers wid so .n begin reaping j they anticipate aa extraordinary tiV H this year. A general meeting of our local cricket club was held last evening, and matches arranged for the holidavs. It was decided to invite the Clare down here for Boxing Day. The Auburnites think they can't do lsss than some of the neighbors ; the Auburn captain ears he has faith enough in his o-en to think they can make the grand total ot eight (8) rur-s. I notice by the Sagitter that there are thirty one entries for the prize of £4,000, which the Government have offered for the best reaper, winnower and bagger eonabimed, amongst the numerous entries are two by Mr. J. if. Adam son from Auburn. Business at present is rather dull, but the trades people are in hopes it will look up after harvest.

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MELBOURNE STATION PRODUCE REPORT. J. H. CLOUGH & CO.'s REPORT. December 3. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 12 December 1879

UKLB0UBNS STATEONiPBODUCE BEPOBT. J. H. Ulodoh & Co.'e Bkfobt. Decemher S. Wool— This market shows an improvement for really good lots, medium and inferior remaining about the same. Lambr and low crowbreda are alow of sale. At our sale of the 1st iaat^ wa cleared out the bulk of the oMalogur, which onaisted of about 1000 bales, at satisfactory prioes. We sold 69 bates of tne Wbitefield Clip at UJ1, and the eroMbred (62 baW»)atl0J-l,al»0 30balet,OB one Myall Plains at 11J1. Orea.y sold from 9d to llgd ; nawe U|4 to 18J , 8ooomq lSd to 17H per ib. 8flxmKnn.— There is little ehange to note in this market, all coming to hand find ing ready sale. Hiops.— We have aold large quantities of all desoriptiens, and we have to below. The market continues Luxhbb.— Th«re is a good demandf or all descriptions, and we have to report a firm market. Kabga aoo Sjoks, &c— Tnis market shows *n improvenunt for good skins. Tallow. — Thia market continues firm with a good demand. Babk.— The ...

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COMMERCIAL. LISTON, SHAKES, & CO's MONTHLY MARKET REPORTS. Kapunds, November 25. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 12 December 1879

COlEMSfiCIAL. ;- Lmtoh, Shaxbb, ft Co- If ostbix Maexm Boons. ? Kapunda. November SB. We bad a fiuraopply ofeattleand sheep, and a large auortment of bines, mostly Ten inferior and «ed aorta. Only . few pigs we« brought, which sold readily, and realised onori prioes. We disposed of aU the stock entered with the reception of the aged and nnsileable horaef. There « a little or no demand for store cattle,- and even fat are hard to quit at satisfac tory prices, in consequence of the large supplies conung forward. Tne horse mraket is getting overdone, and there is a little prospect of good sales until after harvest. 6 W. again M.«fe2W5£.f ?took, especially sheep, and a &tr attendance of Z!5 *nd we fld M »*» kte that were entered, except a few inferior horses. I' ^.Mo''^J^t«««rams,3^00 e^, at 7s6J. On anothar account 6,300 etore wethers at a satufacfory price in one Une. On another account, 930 2 and 6 tooth, price with held. - Coroner AucnoM. _ Saturday, November 8— At Pearee'e y...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 12 December 1879

STALLIONS. Iron Duke. THIS Draught Entire Horse will travel the district of Booborowie by Gum Creek, Spring Bank and Burn, commencing August 10, 1879. I&ON DtTEE is s dark gray, rising five years old, stands seventeen hands high, has a wonderful constitution, and is an undeniably good stock getter, has ereat strength of bone, good temper and superior action. He was got by Mr. S. Smith's Ban*in Bobin, of O'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, 1580. C. W. DOWDEN, Proprietor. MOUKNING AND MEMORIAL CARDS at the 'BURBA RECORD' ? Young Ranter. fnHIS Splendid Draught Entire Hone so _|_ well descended will travel this season as under comment-ing AugnBt 26th : — YOUNG RANTER will travel Mt. Bryan, Cartapoo, etayine one night at Mr. Wise's farm (August 27); Halktt, Tommy's Gap, staying one ni^bt at Mr. Trver*e farm, then back so FUooloo an...

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"Captain Moonlite." [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 12 December 1879

'?Captain Moonlite.* A history of this desperado** career wd («ays the Argus) be *f interest at the present time. His real a&me is Andrew George Scott, and he is now thirtv-s?ven veara of am. H« was bar.-i in the north ot Ireland, was of respectable parentage, and was brought up as a civil en gineer. When yet a youth he emigrated to New Zealaud, and joining the volunteers there he fought against the Maories. In- an eugage meot he received a charge of ehot in both- legs. The slugs were extracted, but the? left their marks. Subsequently he came to Victoris, aad having entered the Church of England w«b stationed as a lay reader at Bacchus Marsh, Whilst administering to the spiritual wants of the dis'riet he became acquainted with the manager of tbe Sgerton B^nt, and al«o with the schoolmaster of that township. He used to visit the BanVnfahafcer very frtquehtly.and was -n tfce most friendly- and intinste 'terms with him. . He aUo associated with the -school— . master. One night ...

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How Pottride Spoilt his Luck. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 12 December 1879

How Fottridge Spoilt Ms Luck. Mr. Thomas Pol fridge of Smallboroogh, had been renowned in las native lown for bis con stant run of luck, bo that at the pge of forty he was teckoned the ?* warmest' man there—? an alderman who had bren twice major of .city a church-warden and a very popular: character among the fair sex by reason of hit being s bachelor. One or two thing more only were wanted to complete his happiness — namely, 8 good wife, * nice little estate in the. country, and the honor of knighthood. Mr. Pottridge wiihfd to become Sir Thomffl— Pottrfdge. Having long cherished this idea, and resolved, indeed, that he would not propose for the hand of pretty Miss Lucy Dott, the bankersdaughter until he could make her a ladyship, - Mr. Pottridge ended thinking that he could beet secure his oVj -ct by causing himself to be re elected mayor, and arranging if possible that. 1I.E.H. the PriDce of Wales should pay a vi«it to Smallborough during the term of hi* office. Intent upon this s...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 12 December 1879

WANTBD a General Serrant. App'y &bs. W. L. H. Bruae, CommercttK Street, JC joringa. FOBaCS for Sheep and Cattle Beturtn undtfrActfi8, of 1877, on Sato at tjbe Record Officf. Pure, Striding, and Wholesome PALE, DARK & XXX ALES & PORTER. In Bulk and Bottle. G. H. CAT CHLOYE » CO. .Hot Weatlwr is €oming!t*! , Drink \ I P*1* * Xjsmon fijrup, Pfppsnaliit, - - . . ? .. . M +\*n Koof Oowa, Ginger Brandy and mne, ana purest Xn& DeSC line Juice Bupbeny Vmsgaf; - ? .,- Cordials and ^tu^Q^sataH-A,^ | ^^^^^ Tsrm LiHOU ?& sosr, MAKUFACKX&tUIS, SO0B1KGA and YONGAIA. / Assorted eases put up. ' ? .? _ __^_ ? NEW STOCK NOW READY. -i g S I MOFERS, |«| ?* lit _ Rakes tf*^\ ill Pony Reapebs^ |r T r TVaf Tl Ta 'sTaa O IB* J*Jtk»^^aS-» ADEDAIDB, KAFUSDA lad. JAaUMOWS. _Ji'j?'^*h _' PRIZE WINNOWERS I PRIZE IWpiiwgll ... Ta SAYB LAB9B. If TO SAYS KOTEY. df\ ME8 WHE A Tl-E Y , MACHINIST, KAPUNDA. . Bega to inform the Farmers of the Colony that last eeaaon be b...

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Municipal. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 12 December 1879

Municipal. The new Council settled down to straight forward wiftrk on Monday even ing, and perhaps some of the most important business of the year was transacted. In most Councils one of the first duties is fixing the Mayor's allowance but this has never yet been done in Burra though we think that it would be a desirable step in the future, especially if, as in the present case, the position of the Major was such as to prevent any idea that the sum voted was any object to him. There are two good reasons why such a course should be adopted, and they are that, it would render possible the occupation of the mayoral chair by any desirable person, without any loss to the dignity of the town, or crippling of the Mayor financially, if even he happened not to be overburdened with cash ; and that to worthily represent the interest of a town in public requires a very considerable outlay which should not be drawn upon one who also gives his time to the com mon business of the town. The importa...

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Burra Corporation. MONDAY, DECEMBER 8. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 12 December 1879

Burra Corporation, MOJTDAT, DbCXXBKB ?&- Present— Hi* Worship tbe Mayor, (Sfi. R Lsnc, J.P), CounotUon'Batskeior, tfrein, Duiutan Hud Richarafen; -. ' /' : Tne Town Clerk apofceiBed for the absenc» of Cr. Jje*iB. . . - ...?!-. ??'. Mdciu. ? ??'. -??-?.? - . The minutes of laet mKeiingc wera read and . corfl-med. '?? ' ? ' ?? - ' ? ..'?' ': ? Bbfobts. i ?' -i ;. !. ' The Major-reported tHat the MiaUrtd Boad Board would v'uU Burra tni Fridsy^Daeembeir Vi, when they would ft»nna:lyopen the tUdruth or dge. He bad-invited aboutaix(yjtentlemr» to a b-nq .et tt6 p.m-t ''d would like tbe Council to invite, eonie peM:-n to p-riini the opening ceremony, and alao -to make any other necessary arrangement*, ? ? '.-..-?- ';.: ; '??'? It was resoLved thatO«B». JullkosAbjaaked to open the bridge. . ' The- Town Clerk reported on .tea fniaoes and (he-report wa* adopted. '?:-' :- ': * ;- : .. - . FOBUO WOBK». .. , ' i'-\. ??:,. The following -report-aailjappropiiBlittttr wm read *nd adopted on...

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