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Burra Corporation. MONDAY, DECEMBER 22. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 25 December 1879

Burra Corporation. Monday. Decbxbek 22. Present— His Worship the M»yor, pir. P. Lane, J,J? ), Councillors Batcbelor, Bidgway, Richardson and Lewifc.--Ari -aobloiy was xe rfriradfrom Cr. D»rtMs-n; .? - . '- - - - - - MDHJTaa. ? : . The minute* -it test meeting -Men read and eoi firmed. ?? , Matob's RseoBT. The Mayor reported that he had taken the members of the Boad Board round and shewn them the approrches and works required. lie had atsojiiun tne Survey aremce then with the Town CWffc; and his idea wai that a special vote-sheuld bo obtained, from the Government with' wfiich to remake the road, cutting the -bank and raising the read from tbe new church : to tbe Conimercialra&eet bridge. Wbrn in Adelaide he had xaUad on Sir H. Ayerg in re ference io.a piece of goaoad. forreCTepdonpur . ^j0»e»»-«n«i.-tl^-«e^t^!iA^ba4 jacked jhim to' send a written request. Mr. tUlown-Kad pro mised a numtjefJof jouog cum'treest r'plant- ing*hen r^quireii. The By-laws of.Htbe town wanted -*ew*io...

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Chips from my Log. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 25 December 1879

ChtiiS irotri mv toi?. ffc B Mfama r^OH^Uutd.y ; fi*L-*^^isviiot%^«rySiBapbrta»feB»art - fcbib Vof*rtt«^.^^s«Jiire4by^»«plHva. , iiinr* In.' aftfBH . grin nhntn— aiil li ?!?? af ' nature- loua«s ^: *4vi*lso »*os»«vjB»BrteU of cstioenibme baaa^ul.to^^sAsJKaenassr board Aoim^i]¥fi^f^t^ttstit^^£.mpod, ani a goo9 dMm pfmia s;arro wroJtt ♦spfnea, coflbr,* pasim^qqry.. Mita^alrijd-li-aii-naa,-, Sugar, chllliet, Insf n*W'ia. WM)*mi AoiVwaon and^ wool, and V go^d'di--taj 4f 'cativs «rra*p*ons,'^ — «- .j. ;. ... i- tiiii - .- 1 . i# rj ; ' - , 'Then.aic several «thgt»«.iijrt| whjch^T h%rtt not timejtp,ssyanytbing^bput4.ra^Qaaoar I-nava«HFen myrc«d«rsAnly -a«(««oer idea itmplr unposiibls ,«^a^» ,thK* ^.jfoeh ao mnttnse c Jlroi^^t*. 4ae-w ? sdkjit -% best to me-0«ut for ?eaaai4fe?.i4iV.:#4C4ii. -^ .\' JWKWrtaio*A;J3ogs«.^r;J3iia,raonrt is rtruated*in4iae-r thw pafljetrjetjirtd, : jft ?« mostr nfatwstiny and -ralpirle 'pPf^ntaitihig as it iocs as jmmeiQK^ollecfipjfior weaponry iu, ^Qxft^hMibw-r...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 25 December 1879

♦Apt ~*^MEmJ^J ' '' *; K4+ Pare, Sparkling, and .Whofesonte *Jk PALE. DARK & XXX ALES & POBTEB. ' In Bulk and Bottle. G, H. CATCHLQYE & GO. Hot Weather is Coining!!! ; Drink : - ???:, - - Only the beat ' '^^Ss^^fe^&v andinwesfc Cordials an-|, BUte^ «phUas, san-pa^ac. .jani+im&^m ?: '?-. 1 :- « ? = ? = ? '? ? » ? ? ' -^ -BST- IbX3BC^3XT SD SLOJST* . -MAtlDFaCIITatUiS, K.Q0KINGA and YONGAUl. Assorted catrs put up... : ' . ' * ' a-.;- ? ? .? KEW STOCK NOW READY. ?-.-.-. ???-??. j *§ ^ 'S -..- s S II I Mowers, a\:g III Pony Reapers: t^i 3 rj « ? .. O A jDajflaV JtmM '? jCssl ^atat ^a^^sr jEC*: ' aJaa^sw- JE^kV ^s^a^ S^P as 9 ADEDAIDE, KAPOKDA Snd JA.VM8TO&3. . . -9* PRIZE WINNOWERS I PRIZE WINNOWERS 1 1 ?-??-?' TO SAVB XAB0R B ft SAVS ?DBBT. ? r ' ' J AM E S VVHE A t LE Y , MACHINIST, KAPUKDJL Bees to inform tbe Fanners of tto Colony that last aeaaon he bad-b» OBGIVKK KO JXB3 .{? THAN 67 ORDERS for bis - JCELEBRATED PRIZE WppOWBSPGf MACHIN...

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The Flower Show. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 25 December 1879

The ilow^r Sffiowi The first efic 1 auap ces pf the vrewljf formed F- Soriety, and thi) &r«t fljwer show t Hurra was lielfl on Friday last in .. tte HalL There were many who. thought that the attempt irould be a fattiire for eeveial reasons. The' Bum. in tbe n;\st has not been noted tar liriculture; thaviieason.was far'adranred, and it was very late lor a show ; apd last pf all the tw.) days 'previous to the txhibition *ere ex remely hot, and fl lite calculated to destroy any !emaintn£our d-.-or plants. However, wbea th-. pxhim'ta arrived tciey shewed that ftfter.' all' th^wispftH be^g^gjH*;,' Mr; '£&?;'&:. Oppermann, Mr. Lou tit, and a hostoT smaller FxlifaKors came fcr«rard in most eiat^sffuxtio. iljle, andjphcafliejaripup fltwers, plaice, jfec'.' were «H*nped all :*ere' eonttrained toarimit that a tftcwCrx£dj|«ble sbow had beehjjbtaineH. Of Mdrw ttrere went many indications that exhibit r* were not a cavomed to the selection, preparation, or arrangement of...

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Open Column. To the Editor of the Burra Record. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 25 December 1879

Open -Golanm. .. ? The Ed ton do not hold -tliemtoWos rapnn sible.for th« opinions expressed in 4hit column. . To lie Editor of. tie Surra Record, : eitt— I. notice^, with' pleuure yonrarKcla retpeetitigibe. wiute pt feurnjni atujb.BI^; this i» « point on wtiich Ihayi 1 -ng fel^ ypr^strongly and in4ar huml-le:WBv'done n'ir'M!fa) «n. deavor-io improve ll e method,' but when peoplp haw to Ibiig work d inone groq^e'-aa it 1»ele it is hard to vhange.' . s '' ''' ?' ' . Tlie Ti/jrin h-«d i» flr«t faTowed then.th'ref' or tow r -n«pa of wheat, t hen x rie^lf-«o ?- n cfo|), ? or ii *»i :W-rih fc-ppin;. a jQugt j-atture-.for ^aftje^and *b*B-ikllo«I»i»inl ' JIoW ihe=imJt Of : attAbfe *«o «5wff on« 4aii ly Rr6«O paddoc_k |«s5 SflAweywiH «m»ut-t''to an^arerage 6T 7 tonJ'6 ew^^'whea tfihrfs buro^ there. ranaffirs a rniduu*iof^ton»0ct»*. lo^.27ib.:-tTiat;i-i^ if yoii coul-i-by.atr.y«rsy'OoMtire to reain the atht^a 011 your own ground; tnteaph ligWf-pHiff-' ?of air o*r-i'« them and 4-ut seldom ddM...

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Burra Gossip. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 25 December 1879

Boira Gossip. B.fjrerppfrtioR faithfu}ly. the talk or our two lady f. iends, there are abb. or two matter* to which L. must refer, aud I hniae that my resdrrs will not lsngh, Mr J. H. Qorwood, ?manager. «-r -.a^estrs. r/ancu c;wrlte ft son has written a . long letter, complaining of ,the libellous and defamatory insinuations of poor Cousin Jenny and Aunt Bdtty wtrose talkiias faarrasscd-tb* two -strangers -who -an laboring ?e hard in the enterprise of boring the well ; af-.d withuig that in.future the well and those engaged* in.it may be let Bione, Now first of all let me *ay that there is not nor has been in the gossip of -the town-any-idea that the men were not. doing their *liare of work, ia'fadt not -mly .have they labored hard, but aUo ib the.midet ot.dim^ttiljcji and ^t^appobtmenti ?rlliai-Tfew -could; iiaveferae^ If ' l&euaA; Olafic«'& Sons. h«ve many men such as they' .are they axe -well, off aud. shouM know their value, fur friends thnkng that the jib will b...

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BURRA v. TRUE BLUE. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 25 December 1879

BUEE^ t. TKtJB BLtTE. 1H» eeoond Mqot«f« Ot «b» »wtdL*M eon-j . clade^9B^«tiirdvJ-ft»rnoon.jmd rewHedirto . rt* ^cliitfct 4if many, in a well-earned, jrictory . ,-,-«ar. tb* 'boya'. by 25 r«n«.: Thegame waai. ?'*'-' Wry weH ecnteated all through,' and jaaihe .917 ? _ good cricket waa -hown Ontioth «id«^-icd.alap aon-e Very bad cricket on both .atde«,-e«p*cja11y; ? in 4he f rMinc bVpartovnt. 8atni-eon made - top aran (2^ fbrtbeaauora, and batted batter - Itea-fce hm» Sena fn.% Jpn* tiww. ^£«rker, fohb, Bnttrrworth aad Walker a*ao baited - waJJ tor that -respeeiite ecorn. la bowling .Snttenrorth again earned off the palm, aeoor wittr 8 wirket* for 26 rnnar Raboich 'waa top adorer (29) for the juniors though Ryan and - Widcham ahowedLfar better criekat/or their 13 Snd 14 mpectiTrlTj. Jjoatitjl to played very well .for bis IS. White bowled first class and J, Blott also bowled well, but not np to lest week** foraf. The retprn match wiIl,-webelieTe, be played .in a- (bar we--£i» when the ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 25 December 1879

HoUoway'e PUU.—Wetrr oflifc— Derange - ment of theliver i- one of tfaenioat effiaentealiara of dangerous disease*, and the most prolific aoatroe of thoae mekneholy for--b jding which are worse than death itself. A fea\ doses of these noted Pills act magically indiapeOing low spirits and repelling the covert attacks made on tbe nerves by exeewive beat.nnpure stmoapbere, orer-TiduTgence, exhausting excitement. The most ahatjered cot -s' irion ma vderive benefit from H«l!oway1s Fujs which wfll regulate disordered action, brace Ihe uervc»t*inci«aae the energy jof tbe intellectual Cwjultiee. and revive the failing memory.. .By Attentively studying ihe instruc tiont for taking these EBJs and explicitly putting ; them, in praetiee the moat appending wBlsoasvi feel cosfidaot of ? perfeet recwerr. ^ Wanted. WANTED a- Strong liad for the Black smith's Shop. Apply A. PHILVORE. Iron Mine. I WILL KOTbeBesoonsibleforanyDebta Contracted in my Name H. E. MACNAMARA. Redruth,.December 22, 1879., ~ No...

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Trial of Wheat Harvesters. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 25 December 1879

Trial of Wheat Harvesters. The ompetition of whest harvesters for *he £4,000 boBi»-- fferod by tha Qovernmtat was conuuufd at Gawler, oa -the farm of Mr.J -hu ILiaam «m Tmwihiv. n««nW2&ind will-avain ba lesumed to-day. This.time:Uie.jnuintier -of competing mscinnes-has been. narrowad down to four, jbe Judges having sele^ed that number as a fitial one from wbioh t » select the rtotor.of tbe whole. The interest taken 'in Taesdajr* proceedings was not nearly so gre--t as on th-- first dsy of the triaV*b«i some thousands, ol persons attended oath* ground _The.nnmbee of spectators was limited to a few haodrsdsi and .only, eleven machines actually competed; Ihe same gentlsmen jffinatsd uvJudg^saioti the previous occasion. 'Lou were drawn as before, and a tt(re«ra«fc block wa* ailtrtted to' each machine. Thefolluwingwas tfce'To«uU ol the drawing : t- Saotion 4, nU; 2, Measni BodeyA C-*» Q^rler^ 3, . Jam.i;s Martiu and C-.,Oawiert 4, Odonts Marshall, Al«a; 6 Elobert ShapUnd, niwJlsj...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 25 December 1879

WT8IHES8 DIBOTOBY. 10s. put tauter, 2*. disoount if pud in ^,. advene* - ^^' ATOTIONECSg. LtSTOlf, Sff AKESI&.CO., Koonnga. COLE3 & GOODCHELD, Koonnga. BAKER. F. GEBHARDT, Koonnga. BOOTMAKERS. % ^^PEBSON^Kooringa.^ - CORN DEALERS. J. ROACH, Burra MilL . . ' INSURANCE COMPANIES. AUSTRALIAN MUTUAL PRO VI , DENT.— A. H. Footer. COIjONIAL MUTUAL — F. W. -HoiAJBB. SOUTH BRITISH FIRB IN8UR ' A^CEL— F. W. HotBBB. IMP0KTEK*. DREW & CO., Kooringa. TgEHBBAL BUBIHES8. JPROPERTTES FOB SALE. ABFILA.J i*Q-t ACBH8 Known as BULL1VA2PS ©OX * first-class Farm in good heart, all ploughabja a lug* portion has bean cropped only once. Plenty vaUr. RK«- ACRES, dose- to tht- Township, «***« - v«U improved, plenty of Water. BELALIS. 1 A3A ACBKS, 000 Acre* alonghable -JLU&ls remainder Spmdid Onxing Land. LACK BOCK. tt*7ft ACRK8, adjoining Prkina, one of the -W/ U tfoat Convenient Farmi in Hie Worth, an'l Good Land. , ' C JO ACBE3, capitally improved, Vine *J*O Land, close to R...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 25 December 1879

AUCTIONS. BUR :A MONTHLY M^BKBI. JPiidajv January «* - ; AT OKE O'CLOCK SHARP. ' ^ LIST ON, SHAKES-. & OO? will tell by auction as abate— 3,500 F4^£3tJ3^0fc 4Ju aeecnnt J. O. Austin, Eeq. — 1000 Fat Ewe* 1400 Svow do*, bred principally by ]f«nn. P. M. Murraj 4 Melroee. - ; «Qn uNmunt J. tf . A- gas, E*j.— 800 S^ore Wethers, from Hill Sire* Oft aes -unt Mr. R: eed— .' . 808 Young 3u«ep 1OO ?AT & STORB |OO luO CATILH. 100 \Gn account W. Cooirninri, E»q.— ? _ .120. Head splendid F.t Bjllocks Onacoiunt Mr. ti. Poarca— '. : ; - 13 Head Cows, good beef On.aatjunt Mr. George Camp — 3 Draught Horses 1 3*dd-e do . -? ? ???? .f * ^ ? 0-' nnoiber account— ?.'??':.. _.'' ? -: aPtfoxWjgood usjfiil i'iftt' ' ?'''? ? ??' Monday, December £9. EICHARDSONS YARDS, KlOORISGA. ('1OLES & OOODcnrLD J ' are favored, with instructions from Messrs. Grant & Stole* to sell by auction, at aborn — * TOGO Fxti* Prhne WKIH*R*- - ' BCBEA MONTHLY MAEEET. BTCffA-RDSON'i YARDS; KOOBOTGA...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 25 December 1879

GEUEfiAL BUSINESS. M. KINGSBOROUQH, LICENSED LAND. BROKBR AHD ESTATE AGENT, Acts for Selectors in taking vp Land under tb* Lsod» ConeolidatioB Act of 1877. 8ELECTOBS ASSISTED in porcfaaring thrir holdiAKt. * ? ' LAKD PURCHASED** Auction Sales. 1IOKEY TO LEBD at CUBBBBT BATE8, according to amount and value of aecuri^. ; ; , . M. EJHeSBOROUGH, Advertber BuOdinxs, King WilUanMtreet^ . . Adehude. _ F. BROMLE1T, WHOLESALE A-»D BKTAIL . BUTCHEB. LOWER THAME8-STBEKT, 3K «E»O;»'X:3BB- «Sa- .A.. BEEF, BEEF, BEEF, MUTTON, MUTTON. Best Beef and Mutton alwavs keptjon band. Asl Ospkbs PnrcnrAixx Attbbssd to. BY SPECIAL REQUEST. BIOS^FORS'S Infants' Preservative — iajfOILJlBOUaHT_BB«)jBB THS PDBLIO^ mHIS Preservative bM? proved itself to be X one of the fair really 'reliable and safe remedies yet discovered to aSsy the euBerings incident to chfldrfflj, and navmg quickly gained tbe confidence of the few, we now offer ?* to tbe many as a epecuic against Paia ? : he Bowels, Gonvnbions, 'Gripes, Tort...

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One of Bob Ingersoll's Theories put to the Test [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 1 January 1880

One of Bob Ingersoli's Theories put to the Test. Not long since, says Peck's San, the fallow ing utterances of Bob IngersoU went the round of his papers t Colonel Xugersoll says he keens ' a Docket book in an open drawer, and his children ge and help themselves to mosey whenever they want it. They eat when they want to. They may steep all day if they choose, and sit up all night if t'iey desirs. I don't try to correct them. I never punich, never scold. They buy their own elothes. and are masters of them aelve*.' ~ . A gentleman living on Marshall-street, who has a boy that is full of kitteny as bis father read the article and pondered deeply. He knew th»t Colonel Ingersoll was a success at raising children in the way they should go, and he made up his mind that he had not treated the boy right, so he called toe boy from the street whew he was putting soft soap on the lamp post, in order to see the lamp-lighter to climb it, and said to him : « Myaon, I have decided to adopt a differe...

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Forgiven. A TALE FOR THE NEW YEAR. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 1 January 1880

Forgiven. a xiits sob ihb jrrw nu. The dusk of a December day was descending like an opal curtain. In the west there yet remained rare, beautifhl tint* that the sun setting bad left— delicate lemon, lender purple gray, and one Dale satire band against s- rose pink halo that Unshed softly on the horizon. 8y1via stood alone in the drawing-room, taking across the squire into Oxford street — sue* a fair, womanly woman, with her lithe, slender figure, her graceful carriage, her «rare, eweet faoe, whose red lips so seldom parted in a smile, whose velvety dark eyes woro always - a patient piteonsness. Sbe had er.dured such trouble— such awful trouble — that comes, providentially, to bat few women to rafter; and to-night, die last of the dying year,' when o'her women were eagerly gay, and antioipatire of the 'festivities of the morrow, Sylvia Hope wss suffering anew and ?fireeh the pain that would never leare her ? that never had left her since the New Teat's Eve fire years ago, when— She a...

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A Reverie. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 1 January 1880

A Reverie. By Sostkevielk Qibskt. Yes— It is o'er. The year is d*ad : His flight ia flown, his otane is sped, And be is gone ; And with him nasstheiovs. the cares. The miseries, del'ghts, and fears, — The Tear is done. The New Tear cornea, but will he bring Joy* and socceea, or sorrowing f Ah! who can tell? Tet this we know, whieheVr it b«, Ji»y, Happiness, or Misery,— It mast be well.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 1 January 1880

^^k a^^QaflEKUtHaL aF\ Pare, Sparkling, and Wholesome PALE, DARK & XXX ALES & PORTER. In Bulk and Bottle. ^ \ Gr. H. CATCHLOYE & CO. Hot Weather is Coming !!! Drink : .. Only Lemon Syrup, Peppermint, ' ? the best ^M^e^be^Tu^ar and purest ' Cordials and ^^^Te'Saraal-™il*'*a .ZEbitedTrater w. i.xaotj& soisr, MANUFAOirJitfiJiS, S.OOK1NGA and YONOALA. - Assorted cases put up, ' . , NEW STOCK NOW READY. 3 i i i ™- s i III Mowers, g « g atel Rakes « $j ill Pony Reapers. f ftg 9 9 9 © A JnlSLa «JaC5 ^bbJI daJB ^a^aw' JLwCp J'^aW JC^LV ^saaW' 3&BW b m ADEDAIDE, KAPUNDA and JAUE8I0WN. 68- PRIZE WINNOWERS! PRIZE WINNOWERS!! TO SAVE LABOR IS TO SAVE MONEY. JAMES WHEATLEY, MACHINIST, KAPUNDA. ' ^ * ' Begs to inform the Farmers of the Colony tint last season he had to DECLINE HO LKSS' THAN 57 ORDERS for his . ~ ' CELEBRATED PRIZE WINNOWING MACHINES -In comeqaence of euca ordere being kept back so long.^ As then is every prospect of a good harvest nixt seas...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 1 January 1880

SoUomy'* Ointmemt ondTOU-JUl diseases springing from bad blood, malarious districts, or overheatea' atmospheres, can be cored by noble remedies. Fever, agoj, innaensi,~bron cbitb, dyptheria, atomsoh oomplamts, and bQlioos disorden an easily met and readily craqnsred by these unrivalled medicaments. Both set harmoniously in preserving the pure and ghat materials -of tha body uo& in expelling all that is redundant, effeot, or corrupt, Thus the oure is not slight and epbismeral, but com plete and permanent, as 1 thousands who have personally tried their power have greatly tes tified. IsraBds in ell quartet* of the globe, whose listbesness of mind and saDowness of complexion warned them aad cheir friends of some undermining diseaaebavebeen thoroughly renovated by HoUoway's remedies. LOSS or STOLEN from Booboorowie Eatinebon*e Paddock on December 22. 1WO BAT. MABES, branded W Bear shoulder, efightly collar marked, with a lew white bans on forehead. Ten Shillings per head for info...

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Christmas at Windsor Castle. A HUMOROUS AND SATIRICAL SKETCH OF ROYAL DOMESTIC LIFE. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 1 January 1880

Christmas at Windsor Castle. A. HVWBOI7S AND UHHOU 8EBZCE OF BOTAL D01MTIC IDI. It is rarely ttaat the public obtains a glimpse of the life or monarchy. They an never seen try tbeir subjects exeppt in ^dl dines, and eaajnned wftn mhmtr&tm KmdamI seoble awe accustomed to veall 'company manners.11 Thus onhr tbe outer sbeB, so to speak, of the German Emperor or 4be British Queen is known to other peepla. We all know, of course that the Emperor is mortal, and hence most at times put on a ni&Murt, and even Queg Victoria must do np Mr back haw on going to bed, just as though she were an ordinary British matron, bat tven the most enterprising special correspoodeot) » unable to describe these imperial «ad zto*l acts. from hi* own personal knowledge. /We or Ihk generation an, however, exceptionally fortunate in reeard to the good and graidnus Queen of England. In the JJfe of tke Prince Consort, which is virtually written by her. we an taken into the inferior of the royal pala...

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Ansther Juvenile Prodigy. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 1 January 1880

Ansther Juvenile Prodigy. The latest addition to ton long list of juvenile prodigies, in respect to memory and mathc metical accuracy, is reported bom Maine. He is, says the BacOjr Commercial, the eon of a tor ner postmaster of that place, and is now ten years of age. He is untaught, *ave in the - art of reading, to which he appear to give more attention than wiser parents would allow. His strong point i* memory. He recollects not only everything that he reads, bat everything that he does, remembers on what dav he did it, when he was at (be time, and what wen the circumstancei that led liim to do it. For in stance, he will tell where he was anyday iritbia the past two years, end what he was doing. Further, be remembrrrand can tell everything that bis friends bare dose, proriding be has seen them do it, and can toll on what date and on what day of the week they did it. The first that bis friends notice^ of his precocity was about » year ago, when they aomdentally die. covered that he...

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Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
SOUIBBLEDOM. To the Editor of the Burra Record. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 1 January 1880

FOOBBLBOOM. 9b, «? Editor qftke B*ura 2-ee*ri. S(& — In your last is*ua I am calied to amount. First for having brought Mr. Qeske'e name preininently before Republic | semtidly that aoma atateinrnts or statements (for the charge will bear either constraction) ( tnadeu a former issue ere not true i thirdly * eourt of appeal is suggested, by wbidi botb aides (I don't know of what- are to be beard.. Wita reference to my -indv I visa respectfully to TemmaMB-Qaaketbatbttnane waslmagB* ? prominently before, the poKie by some -very zealous wri-er fashamed of bis aame}''en the Stir of jDeeember^ and niy letter on Jhe*2tbr instant was a repV ta th' cbantastnade by. that unknown person, and it became messssty for mt -ta use his (€hat is Mt--Geake'«) same bnVCiat'I airov&to dtf^o'in^ &ef&0ti% way as I falieirhoiri mih«j!e»n56 tA Htjf aecandly, they do wj that I hav» always bada) special R£atd for truths iand that I'mvett making any atatements pnUiciyabont wbichi...

Publication Title: Burra Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
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