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Burra Corporation. MONDAY, AUGUST 19. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 23 August 1878

Burra Corporation, Hoxdat. AroTTST 19. Present: — ilia VV en-snip the Mayor, Cm, Robert*, Wilkinson, Bartholoirse is, Geake Ss-8, and Batchelor, and the Town Clerk. JIIMTTES. j. .10 ALinuies 01 use meeting read ana con firmed. COBRBSFCKSEXCB. From Ccmrcisaioner of Crown Lands, stat ing that as the Surveyor in charge had reported fully on the b;j» of the bridge no further re port was deemed necessary. Mr. Bruse desiring to pave bis footpath, it was decided to ask permission of the Head Board to make footbaths along all maiu roads. Capf. Killicoat re iron used at ford. Letter to be ecknowleHged, and Crs. Saw, and Barih olot S'js to see the Captain. Deed of Mr. Forder'a allotment at Redruth ?was handed i i to facilitate exchange of land, nrcosa as» ixPsnxmrcE fob 1879. The estimate of Income and F.xpenditur for 1S79 exclusive of rates was laid on the table and ordere 1 to be gxzetted. BEP0ET3, Overseer's read and adopted. Tenders o-dered to be called for piece of road in Thau «-9treet,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 23 August 1878

MEDICAL. 'DLIGHT AND EYE DISEASES ILOEBIS'S IMPERIAL EYE OlfiSUENT Phe-emjskkt for the Cure of Australasian Blight and all Inflammatory Diseases of the Eyes— Chronic Diseased, Eyelids— Restoring Eyelashes— Bleared Byes— Kyea rendered Weak from night work, and the only known Remedy fur. Uicrrs on the ICyeballs, Jfce. It msy be applied to Infant*, and tbe size of a grain of rice to Adults thrice a day cores the worst cases'. The Sale of this Ointment during tbe Eve Epidemic of tbe lsef year has b«-en unparalleled — A vsvf exxbaCes. from Mr. Colin Gardner, of Oxley. Your Oiatmeat is coing great eerciee hew, icany bare derived substaiitinl beni fit by using it. I may iBeoticn particularly tbe names of Mesen-. Peter Reid, George JBJikap, John Jack, farmer, Danki Weleb- tanner, ali of Oxley, who here bad sore eyes ol long standing on whom tbe Ointment worked like magic— From Mr. Ogle, Chemist, Maryborough. Our Ointment hse eSbct&J most atUmishmg cares ia thie dtntrici.' for iiifla...

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Open Column. The Editors do not hold themselves responsible for the opinions expressed in this column. THE BURRA HOSPITAL AND MR. LIPSETT. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 23 August 1878

Open Column. The Editors do sot hold themselves respon sible for the opinions expressed in this column. THE BURRA HOSPITAL AND ME. LIPSETT. To ihe Editor cf ihe Record. Sib — As the Board of Management have thought fit to bring my name before t!ie publi in connection with a patient named William Cummins. I deem it my duty to state the facts. Some waeks since a gentleman residing at Leighton came into my office and asked if I could get a man, who was very ill, iuto the Hospital. I said, ' Who is he?' he replied ' One of my men, named William Cummins* He is very ill, and I have him in the cart out eide.' I went out to the cart and found the potr fellow wrapped in rags, and evidently suffering very much. As it was a very cold and wet day I lost do time in writing an order to the surgeons for his admission, handing it to his employer, and eajing, « If .that does not get him in come back to me at once.' Jfot hearing anything further I presumed he saw the EHrgeonP, who at once admitted hi...

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Legislative Council Election. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 23 August 1878

Legislative Council Election. ICOira'ATXOX, AUGT^T 26. ELECTION, SETTEMBEa 10. Retiring Hemlers. Candidates. HonssirT.Elder Hy. fceett K Tbos. Ei'glieh J«c- Martin 'W. Storrie K. VaugUn ' W. Everard If. I^plebv A B. Murray C. B. Ycung 3. Picketing J. H duk'ss J. B. Sy-erce A. Campbell W. D. Scott B. II. Habbage. All are in favor of Eome \ revision for the ihe destruction of rsbbits. All but Henry Scott in fuvor of a change in the disposal of pastoral Iesses from the pie^ent system to auction. Al prefer Proprty to Income Tax, if any be im posed. For repeal of .Sock's Act, — Hy. Scott, Hodgkiss, lagleby, Spence. Kothing definite as to Upper ilouee Reform.

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CORRESPONDENCE. MOUNT BRYAN EAST, AUGUST 10. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 23 August 1878

CORRESPONDENCE. (From our own Oirresoondents). MOUNT BRYAN EAST. Avgust 10. We have had some very nice growing weather for the lest few days, and the crops are improv ing a little. Tbe ground was very dry and pettinp hard for uloupViinu. 'We were visited witb some splendii rain on *riday, lastirg t-u day and nearly all night, doing the crops a great deal of good.. One of the new selectors has cleared out on Bccoant of the rabbits eating all the grass and he csnnot plough as there is no teed for his latle.

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To the Editor of the Record. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 23 August 1878

To the Editor of the Record. flE— Will yon oblige me by allowing to appear in your next issue a correct eapy of the short quotation L read from Mr. Rees'e speech at Hallef'. Tbe Quotation ehculd hBve read thus : — ' Mr. Bees eaid it would be absolutely impossible to carry cnt tbe destruction of rabbits ia tbe Burra district unless a rating clause was provided. The leadir-g residents there were unanio-ocB in favour of a rating e!aus».' I raid thst was not correct* not a false.' The proposition I made vhould have been — 'Thst in the opinion of this meeting Mr. Eees has misrepresented a very large msjority of the electors of the district.' If it is right to pitch into the members of the Uppor House, w-Uy cot one of the Lower Eouse ? I am, Sir, yours, &r,, JAMES CRAIG. Aogost 21,

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WOOL AND PRODUCE REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 23 August 1878

WOOL AND PRODUCE REPORT. Messrs. Lttxsioose & Co. reoort hivieg held th»:r usual rale of Shpppskia?, Hides, Tallow, &c, &-., on Adgust 15th. Wool. — Duriug the week Krersl lots of greasv end fcourrd lied mine to hsnd, includ ing a further parcel of 45 biles from Kinehe;^ Station, which although in heary condition realised up to S3. ;-er !b ; pieces from s«ine clip, 5^. per lb.; lock?, 3i, do.; scoured — or.ly s few btesI! lots of 8ecoad quality, ba^ly eot «p, were offered, and realised up to Is. 1:J. per ib. Wa hive enquiries for weil got up parcr-le, and any io:s fceut fcrffarcl wouid realise hi »h price*. SHEsrsKrss. — We sub-ni»ted a be ivy sapp'y eni bidding for er«Ty lot were rueedirtj^y b isk, considering the jcon'iision of «lie ekins ve y high prices were paid, several lats fetching 5n.i. per 1b. Hides. — This msrV* remains about the sa-se, if anything aq improrement in valji''1* was DOtjcesble, Tn- all tv,-- fclf? sbout 363 sa^ed ones at from i2s. to ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 23 August 1878

TO WOOLGROWERS. LUXMOORE'S WOOL WAREHOUSES, Gilbert Place, Adelaide. ESTABLISHED 1S57, LUXMOORE & CO. BEG to intimate to the WOOLGROWEBS OF SOU*H AUSTRALIA that tieir ? FXB^T THTOOXa SA3UB OTthc present Season will take pU»e early ia October, and SALES by PUBLIC AUCTION wHl be held on each THU ES JAY following tbrougbont the Season. Their NEW WOOL WAREHOUSES recently completed arc capable of receiving upwards of S^SOO bales, and have been speeiElly constructed for the reception and storage of Wool. The SAMPLING aad SALE H.O3&S. lighted oa the mast approved system, are exprcsdy designed far the egiibitiox and sale of Wool, thus affording unsurpassed f»AiijMw» for inspecting'the lotB either In simple to bulk. - ? L. & Co. act as SELLING BROKERS on Commission only, and as NON-PBODUCEB8 are in a position to derate their impartial efforts to further the interests of their employera Careful valuations are made before the sales of ereiy lot, no matter how emalL Wool...

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ASLE OF STATION AND FREEHOLD PROPERTY. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 23 August 1878

4.SLE OF STATTOy ANO FREEHOLD PROPEK,TY. Messrs. Listofi,- -ghsfc-s, & Cs. report that Mr. J. Si . P-irr, in eovijiiDOti ? ? srisli tSioaisalro*. roVi at White's Soojiie, A. -!e!ai :e, on Frid^r, JJ: h init*snt. by '??nVr of th»rs.vutfls of r:;e Ute Jc-hn Alfred UHiletr, ths foi!ow5f!£ ta''-hie isssthoid ana lri-ehoid ' Dt-psrties in Scath Aiutraiis, togeiher Kith 4j,50J iheep aai ubcut 20,000 lamb?. There was a very large attendance of of buyers, it bsing estimated that two-thirds of the wealth of South Australia was represented in the ro m, besides intending buyers from tbe neighboring colonies. The whole of the properties offered were sold as follows : — Lot 1 . Winninie Station, about 120 mi'f-8 norfcb-eaet of the Burra, containing abmt 120 milps ncrtH-east of the Baira, containing about 3S5 square miles, with all improvents, was etarted at 16s, and, after taencimpstiHon, knocked down at 27s 6 i rex head for 22,509 sbeop, 11,678 lambs being given in. The purchasers were ...

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LISTON, SHAKES, & Co's., MONTHLY MARKET REPORTS. KAPUNDA, TUESDAY, JULY 30. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 23 August 1878

LISTOy, STTAKFS. & Co's.. MONTHLY MARKET REPORTS. KAPjnn?A3 Tdesdat, Jclt30. Til? quantity of stock yarded was much less fhan niual, but ell entpred was cold, with the t-x'~-ptio7i of one lot of sheep. Sines the late rains end genial weather, there is a much stronger deni-ind for stirs etonV, and ant-c;pate % bri»k market at our -rf^ sale. We pold 8S0 xethers nosrly fs-t, at. lls Id. to 10s 91.; 100 Bto'e wethers, at 9s 53. ; 60 cross-bred ewes at T0« : 3'1 head store oHK «t fro-n 53* to £410-; 5 fat cnwn, qt £7 2^; s^ra piis, et from Si 3.1 to 20* 6 J ; fct pi?s. aboat 63 per !h: 15 horses, at from £S to £24. lotal sale £385. EOOEITCGA, FRtDAT. APGrSI 2. We ?md t? e 1 -rsest sa'e r.f lire st ck thaf h'.'J prer been h^'d in the Bnara, no less than 7,000 s^eep and 600 head of cattle being yardel. The attendance was vwy numerous, bnverg b^inff p^»g?nt from all ports cf t-'ie colony, fro-n Adelaide norlh. Sale' effected : — Shekp — On account of Parstoo Station, 1.12* fat, weth...

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Deputation. THE RABBIT NUISANCE. (From the Register.) [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 23 August 1878

Deputation. TEE RABBIT NUISANCE. (From the Register.) The largest deputation which lias for some years waited on a Minister of the Crown in South Australia hed an interview vrith the Commissioner of Crown Iiands (FLan. T. P!«t. ford) on Tuesday mortiing, August 20, to urge ihe Government to take further steps to remove the nuisance and injury to farmers caused by the superabundance of rabbits in the Northern Areas. Tae deputation, which consisted of nearly 200 persons, was introduced by Mr, £. Kees, M.P., and the following menders of Parliament were alao present: — Hon. J. Pearce. M.L.C., asd Messrs. Bouaserel!, White, Shannon, Moody, Ross, and Basedow, Alost of the members of the deputation came to Adelaide on Monday evening, and early on Tuesday morning a preliminary meeting vras held to decide on the speakers. It was thsn resolved to have eighteen speakers to represent the several districts ii jured by the rabbits. A very high degree of earnestness characterized the proceedings, ...

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In the Dusk at Dusseldorf. A STRANGE EXPERIENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 23 August 1878

In the Dusk at Dusseldorf. A Strange Experience. (From London Society.) I took the rooms without much consideration, for I had »one to Dusseldorf upon a oiiserable errand: none other. ludeed, than to consult a tamous occulist there. He wanted to watch over nie for at least a month, and preferred that I should have the quiet of an apartment in a private house rather than be subject to the noise and bustle of an hoteL He knew the very rooms for me they belonged to an artist friend of his, an animal painter who was away on a holiday, and who would be glad to get a tenant for the time being. They consisted of a large studio and dormitory attacched with a cupboard-like anteroom that gave by an outer door upon the main stairs, while both painting-room and bed-room opened by separate doors into this tiny vestibule. Only after I had been settled in them for some hours had I the spirit even to regard the contents of my new abode. There were soft couches, thick curtains, rich tapestry, double...

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Sunday Closing of Public Houses. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 23 August 1878

Sunday CLosii g of Public H0tLSG5. O:ce of tlis questions of the day is certainly tliat relatuig to tli3 liquor tr.iiilo. We are accustomed to hair so mucli alwat the temperance question, some Liaies in a very iutampsKta v.-ay, that it has !o=jt that interest in tke public mind that its importance ought ta claim ; and partly owing to the lack of discretion and knowledge on the part of its advocates, as well as to other causes, it is not so powerfully repre sented as it deserves. However the subject just now under discussion, and shortly tj be decided, is not a teetotal lers' question at all, though it is adopted by them, and by them is being pressed into public notiee. If legislation could make any class of men perfect, the farmers and the licensed victuallers should alike be happy, for scarcely a session of Parliament rises without acts being passed for oue or both, of these parties; till the statute book is over burdened with enactments, often conflicting, and the constant system ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 23 August 1878

AUCTIONS. BUEEA MONTHLY MABKET. EICHABDSO3TS YARDS KQGRI5GA. MONDAY SKPTEMBER 2. COLES & GOODCnil.n, will eell as above commeneirg at one o'clock. 0,500 FAT AND STORE SHEEP 350 FAT AST) STOKE CATTLE, 30 DBAUaBT HORSES. ?Early entries we requested that due pub licity may be giveo. BUERA MONTHLY MARKET. MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 2. /^OLES & GOOD CHID ^?^ a^e favoured with instructions from the Beltana Pastoral Co. to eell by auction ae above — 50 Head Splendid Fat BULT.0CK3 of the well-known M over 7 brand . PALMEESTON YARDS, KAPUITDA. MONDAY^ AUGUST 26. AT ONE O'CLOCK. 100 °no^?D _ 100 fioLES & aooDcnup J »re fovored with ins' ructions from Mr. Jules Gascard to sell by auction, as above — CO HKAVY DRAUGHT COLTS and FILLIES 40 UPSTANDING COACH' and LIGHT HARNESS HOUSES. ALSO Cov«T«i Ksqpn-ns WeggoD, XXarneEr, and Overland Out fit. These Horres hnve beon wl«?ted hv MV. OflwtiH for the Kapunda Murlret, and are rqual, if not snnprior, to tirrrious lote. Without Rewire. ON...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 23 August 1878

business directory. 10i. per quarter, 2a. discount if pud in advance. AUCTIONEERS. LISTON, SHAKES & CO., Kooringa. COLES & GOODCHILD, Kooringa BITTCHEHS. R. AUSTIN, Aberdeen. C. OHLMEYER, Kooringa. C. and E. GEBHARDT. Aberdeen. BAKER. F. GEBHARDT, Kooringa. BOOTMAKERS. W. ANDERSON, Kooringa. CORN DEALERS. J. ROACH, Burra Mill. DRAPERS. GOLDSWORTHY BROS., Kooringa. INSURANCE COMPANIES. AUSTRALIAN MUTUAL PROVI DENT. — A. H. Forder. COLONIAL MUTUAL. — F. W. Holder. SOUTH BRITISH FIRE INSUR ANCE.— F. W. Holder. MACHINISTS. STATTON & HENDERSON, Kooringa. STOREKEEPERS. DREW & CO., Kooringa. GENERAL BUSINESS. FAEMS FOR SALE. SADDLEWOBTH OJA ACRES SADDLE WORTH, capital /£l-±\J farm plenty of water, all ploughable only a mile from tbe Township known as Normans. 1 HO ACRES adjoining the Township J. U/jkao wn as EMgeloes all ploughable. BELALIE.' 1 Qft ACRES within 2 miles from J.mos X«/U * wn knoarn aa Simraon9, all plough - a ile except 15 Acrc§. TARCOWIE. i)f...

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Meeting at Mongalata. SATURDAY, AUGUST 17TH: [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 23 August 1878

Meeting at Mongalata. Saturday, August 17th: Captain J. Paull was chosen chairman of the meeting. On the motion of Dr. Stephent, seconded, by Mr. A. Richardson, the following resolu-   tion was carried, 1st. — ' That in opinion cf this meeting it is absolutely necessary that legislation on the Rabbit Question should be carried during the present session of Parlia- ment. On the motion of Mr. G. Williams   seconded by T. H. Williams, it was unani- mously agreed. 2nd. — 'That this meeting pledges itself to support only those candidates for the coming election of members for the Legislative Council who will support a new Rabbit Bill with the compulsory clauses.' On the motion of Mr. W.W. Heath, seconded by Mr. C. Williams, it was unanimously Agreed. 3rd.—' That this meeting thinks the ouly remedy for the Rabbit nusiance is the adoption of the compulsory clauses, similar   to those in the Act just dropped and thanks   Mr. Playford for h...

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Storage of Water for Squatting and Farming Purposes. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 30 August 1878

Storage of Water for Squatting ai d Farming Purposes. (Bt James Styles.) in dealing with, this subject so as to render it intelligible to the average squatter, or fanner, numerous minute practical details, tedious and sunerfluous to those who already know all about it — or think they do — will have to be entered into. Tecbnicalites will, how ever, be avoided as far as possible, and imposing arrays of abstruse calculations, and mysterious looking formulae, which look nice on paper, will be dispensed with altogether. Briefly, we will stick to the purely practical aspect of the sabject, and will try to treat it in a manner that may be readily understood by free selectors, station superin tendants, and others whose pursuits Lave not, as a rule, demanded any special study of the conservation of water. There are two available methods for the storage of storm-waters, by private enterprise, for pastoral and agricultural purposes ; the one is by erecting a dam or artifical embankment of eart...

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Reminscences of Early Colonial Life. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 30 August 1878

Reminscences of Early Colonial Life. Goldfields — In a very learned essay on mineralogy there is a woodcut intended to represent an, Australian goldfields scene ?: — Scene a mountain torrent very abrupt, very narrow auu very euauow on me dbziks oi me mountain rivulet are a number of diggers, gorgeously apparelled and arranged in picturesque groups, who juging from gacne piled; at the doors of their natty tents have spent most of their time ghoottDg kangaroo and Parraquets. Bat one induBterious minor is seen straddling over the little stream armed with an enormous tin dish, fishing for tbe grains of sand (and we presume of gold) cairieJ down by the action of the water. And old colonist netd scarcely be told that the scene is a purely imaginary one ; evolved like tho German's camel from the artists own consciousness. Or like tbe boy's boat, 'Made all out of bis own head.' __TJT0_mountain_6treams h-id done their work ages before the white nianlipiSeareinsCt&e'sCeile ~. leaving ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 30 August 1878

TO WOOLGRQWERS. LUXMOORE^S WOOL WAREHOUSES, 6&H-er£ Place, Adelaide^ ESTABLISHED 18571 LUXMOORE & CO. BEO to intimate to the WOOIiSSO WKR3 OF SOUTH AUSTRALIA that their ? ? ? 3E'XaS-SV WUOIi S-AJUB Of the present Season will take place early ia October; and SALES bv PUBLIC AUCTION win be held on «u4v THURSDAY followiiijr throughout the Season- °°' Their NEW WOOL WAREHOUSES .reeectl? completed are capable of receivin- upwards of 2.S00 bales, and have been EpeciBlly constructed for the reception and storage of W00L ' The SAMPLING and SALE ROOMS, lighted on. the most approved system, are erpreaslv deafenal tar the exiubriox and sale of Wool, thus affording- unsurpassed faaKSes far inspecting the tats cithorin eampto L. & Co. act as SELLING BROKER? on Commlaaoa ouly. and as NON-PEODUCERS ara in a oomdan to devote their impartial efforts to further the interests of their employers. t~~-«»' ? Careful valuations are made before the sales of every lot, no matter how ...

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Hallett Rabbit Rates. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 30 August 1878

Hallett Babbit Bates. A very well attended meeting of ratepayers was held at the Hallett Hotel, on Mondayi August 20 rh, to consider a Rabbit Rite. Mr. BBATl.Br was voted to the chair, and opened the proceedings by stating that he supposed all in the room fesew for what reason the meetiag h»d beea called. A meeiina had been moved for' l»y Mr. S. Roberts when in the Council to connsider the rabbit qnesttion, and the use of another rate. The Council was in debt, aad would bare to raise a rate either 3J., €d. or Is. rate he did not think a 1j. rate would do much, if it did not they would have to raise another until the-' Bill now in the House passed. Mr. Habex would mow that a rabbit rate be adopted. Mr. Pbice seconded the motion. Mr. Schci-ts would oppose a rats. Taey had had a Is. rate last year, and that was enough. If tbe Council wai in debt be would be willing to agree to a 6d. rate to dear the debt off, bnt is. was too much. He had killed tbe rabbits on his place, and on the stoc...

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