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MODEL SCHOOL TEACHERS v. HALLETT. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 16 January 1880
MODEL SCHOOL TEACiIEB3 v. HAtLETT. fc A mates imwm toeabnjj TOantionaH iearo* ^bs plaved at HaJIert on 10 h jjnuarr, and contrary to cxpreti'ion, resul ei i-i a 'victory for Haliett bv fourteen ran*. At nnp lima ia was likely, that this mi t;h . would fall through in consequence of to miny of the Ifaliett players being unable to play, owing to the bu«y season. The captain of the Teachers team, however, very ourteouely allowed two of rhe Bnrra men to play for Hiilett and with other substitutes the team was made up, although it was not nearly as ctrons as it might hare been. The T-sacherg were first at the wickets being represented bv Neala and Plummer, and it was not until 23 runs had been scored that Neale waE splendidlv caught «y Preece at point, Plummer was soon after bowled, both men having played well for 11 and 14 respectively ; Clark, secured 10 by pretty cricket,. but unfortunately for his side played one on, whilst being ably supported bv his vis a-vis 3. Snell ; the other p...
COMMERCIAL. BURRA PRODUCE MARKETS. Burra Record Office, January 15, 1880. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 16 January 1880
COMMERCIAL. BURR 4. PRODUCE MARKETS. Burra Record Office, Jsr.narc IS. 18S0. £ B. d. £ 8. a. Flour, per ton ... 10 0 0 to 10 10 0 Wheat, per bush. 0 4 0 0 4 1 Bran, „ ...0 10 0 0 0 Pjllard „ ...0 10 0 0 0 Oats, „ ... 0 4 0 0 4 6 Potatoes, per cwt. 0 8 0 0 9 0 Bread, 4Jb.loaf... 0 0 7 0 O O Butter, per In. ... 0 1 0 0 11 Bacon and Ham per lbO 10 0 1 C Mutton, per 1b. ... 0 0 3 0 0 3* Cheese, per lb. ... fl 0 8 0 0 0 Eggs, per dcz. ...016 000 Hay, per ton ...3 0 0 3 10 0 Chaff, „ ... 4 10 0 5 0 0 Milk, per quart .„ Q -0 « « 0 O
Cricket Notes. BY "QUIZ." [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 16 January 1880
Cricket Notes. Bt 'Qnrz.' Cricket seems to have died a natural death in Burra, as since the match with the Moonta Clnb, when the Bnrra were et easily beaten, one rarely eees any of the members of the Burra vino oat ior practice, wuicn is a great pity, for they hare several return matches to play before the end of the ee»son, and they cannot expect to score a win if they will not practice together. It is to be hoped some, if not all, will turn out more regular than they have done of late. It is also about time they came to some decision as to when they are going to play these return ma'ches, ss I am informed the True Blue and Clare clubs are both ready for them. They ought to play the True Blues on Saturday week, and then pick a team for Clare to play, say, tfee first or second Saturday in February. AisJ as ther 1 a e alao a matrh to play in town at Eaeter with E*st Adelaide Club it is quite time they bestirred themselves. As 'e^arSsibe Trne Blae Clnb, they deserve to win the retnm m...
AUBURN, January 14. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 16 January 1880
AUBURN, January 14. The weather this last week has been ray changeable, and as a coBSfquence colds are prevelant. Tha fanners are Terr bnuT opttino their wheat in, numerous waggons laden with wbest pass throoeh here daily on their way to the East Auburn Mill. Our institute narrowly escaped burning down last week. Several of the larrikin element who bad been np the river bathing, resorted to the institute, and not content with reading the papers beg«n larking with their towels. One, the son of our local schoolmaster caught hU towel in the lamp, pulled them rlown and smarhed thru^ tbeknowie immediately esueht al:gbtt had not been for the timely aid of Mr, Boord no doubt the whole row of building* wonld bars been burnt down. Onr local cricketers played *wo matches dur ing the holidays and were successful in both, bestin* Manoora by one innings and 59 runs, and Biverton by 33 runs. Trade seems to be looking up a little as Messrs. Bremmer are working night and diy, must the other tradesm...
Magistrates' Court Redruth. TUESDAY, JANUARY 13. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 16 January 1880
Magistrates' Court Redrath. TutSDAY. JAWTAHT 13. MuAael Mulloif ni brought up in custody, ?ch reed with stealing a black mare from C. Carl (commonly knnwu as 'German Charlie'), -on December 7, at Mount G-ipps. John Pool, ? -ua?uu*vi if ntav^u mnmamv uv aaau x»U a#f aOwU^BY Bv Mount Gipp*, and also a black mare belonging to German Charlie. Had once wished to par chased the mare, b'ut Charlie refused to Bell her, as she be'onspd to one of bis children. Had «een a mare in pofcseseion of Mr. James at the Burn; she was branded L4KE off shoulder and CARL near thigh. Believed it to be the raroe mare, but would not swear it was the same. P jlioe 03i8tib'fl Curtain, statioiad at Bedrutb, produced the Police Gazette with description of mare and of Michael Mulloy, stating that a. warrant had been issued for his arrest, and that he was supposed to be travelling towards Ade 1 iid-, having been seen at Thackerinsa. He appl ed for a reman 1, to give time for the pro-, d iction or the bea«t and to ...
Open Column. To the Editor of the Burra Record. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 16 January 1880
Open Column. The Ed tors do not hold themselves respon sible for the opinions expressed in this column. To the Editor of the Burra Bucord. Hear Sib— Allow me to thank you for drawing the attention of ratepayers by your last issue to the fact that unless ther speak'out -hev mar be saddled with 'an- increiunl 'rate. it u a good job we have some one to watch ?our interests. I for one am not in favor of an increase as I do not think it it neoessary, and I am sure if *ny is made there will be a great deal of gram - liling though Bum people don't wake up til] it too late? ? . We are getting a ereat deal too particular in 4he Bnrra or we could do with less i stead of more rates. I am. Sir, RATEPAYER.
Political Deadness and its Remedy. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 16 January 1880
Political Deadness and its Remedy. Surely political inanition can no further go than jit has gone in South Australia. Tlie utmost indifference was manifested during the last general election ; m our own and some other districts there was simply a walkover and no appeal to the electors was there fore made to exercise their franchise* the house elected under these circum stances has been the worst we have ever had and its sessions the most barren of anythinig but talk. Instead, howerer, if the miserable failures in parliamentary work having the effect of rousing tae electors things seem still to drift from bad to worse, and though we are on the eve of the lasc sessjuon of-the present parliament, Ministers, of the Crown have not spoken, flie opposition has given no sign, and electors care not at all, or act as if tiiey-aidnot. Even an election, and that too of one who is expected at once to head the opposition passes by without tiie elected 'giving, or the electors demanding any exposi...
District Councils. BURRA. SATURDAY, JANUARY 10, 1880. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 16 January 1880
District Councils. BUftFA. S**rn£n»v .Tinriov in IRQft Meeting at Council Chamber, Cr. Pinch Chairman) Sandland, Dew, Fnrid'and J«mcs. Circular received from filidWnd Road Board with proaoie4 approorUtons for c instruct ion *na raamtanance. Uhsiraian to attend appro priation meeting. Application to assist Irish Belief Fund sot ?entertained. Ringer* report laid on table. Council spprored laying; information! against railway ?emoloyers for burning grass at illa^al hours. R^urn of day work for four weeks £20 2s. parssd for payment. Daymen allowed to leave for a few week*, road near Rerryman's and Koonoona to be repaired. Payment*, £22 16s 6J.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 16 January 1880
HoUowaif* Pitts.— The Chiefest Wonder of M dern Times. — This incomparable medicine increases the appetite, strengthens the eton ash, cleanses the lire*',' corrects biliousness, prevents flituleccy, purifies the system, invigorates the nerve*, and reinstates found health. TheTeuor rnous demand for These Pills throughout thj globe astonithes everybody, and a single trial convinces the most sceptical that no medicine equals nolloway'a Pills in its ability to remove all complaints accidental to the baman ra -e. They are a blessing to the afflicted, and a bx-n to all tbat labour under internal or external disease. The purification of the blood, removal of all restraint firoto tbe secretive organs, and gentle aperient action, are alt the prolific sources of the extensive curative range of HoUoway's Pills.
Courts of Revision. BURRA. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 16 January 1880
Courts of Revision. BURR. I. Tlald at Local Courthousp, Redrnth, Junnarj U2; Mr; a. II. Former, Returning Officer. Iiousn of Assembly — Number previously on roll. 2,666 ; udd^n', 41 ; struck off, 4i; oresent wrober, 2,59 L. IsigisUtive Coancil— Nurabei previously on roll, 1,599 ; added, 27 ; ?track ?off, 43 ; present number, 1,578.
Was He Guilty? (AN ORIGINAL SKETCH). [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 16 January 1880
Was H« Guilty? fur OBiaiKAi. rnrcirK some rears ago in the early spring while travelling down the Baradina towards Piliga I tool iced aome frrah footprints journeying the ?ome my ?? myself. x waa a swagsmsn as me time, and the country hereabouts being an -thing bat lonely or romantic, f walk' d last to overtake who ever it might be that was in front, satisfied that company would make the road leu wearisome ihin aa X had had it for aome weeks by m»-'; Aa I wit always a good walker and waa now ' in excellent prac'ic . I came in eight btfare mtdrfsy at the oSjeet of my chase. H* waa a tall thin, bony, man, about fifty yeais of ace or more, yet his hair and whiskers (mutton chop*) wire sandy and without to far mb I eonid see a streak of grey. He waa evi rfentiy a very powerful man, carried himself v*ry erect and though in figure sleight, every motion ahowed an ease strength and activity seldom conjoined in the tarae(indiri-iua). With tha exception 01 the whiskers bo dean shaved, afanwio...
Impounding Notices. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 16 January 1880
Impounding Notices. MI&TAKO, George McLeish Ponndkeeper. — One bay horse, branded like K over JW near shoulder, four black points, ahod all round ; one brown cob. white bleza down face, branded like IG- over IG near shoulder. Will be eold January 2 is, at noon. CLARE, Jas. Work, Jan.. Poundkeeper. — One strawberry cow, branded like BOS near ribs, like S near romp, F off ribs ; one straw tarry cow, branded like L2 off rump; one red. cteer, branded F near neck, F near ribs, white under belly ; one bay nare, small star black Jpoints, cob tail, branded AF conjoined nearshoulder ; one grey mare, collar-marked, branded £ near shoulder ^'Vtver A off shoulder one bay mar?, blaze down face, branded — over N near Shoulder, B off shoulder. Will be aold February 2, at noon. COPPERHOUSE, Section 52 (nearest Post Office, Copperhonse) — Oae brown mare, small star in forehead, branded like P within circle over FS over W near shoulder, like JF over S over W off»houl-ier, like C over W near t...
The Selectors' Mortgage Act. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 16 January 1880
The Selectors1 Mortgage Act. The following regulations under the Selectors* Mortgage Act were approved in Executive Council on January 13: — 1 Any selector who has held land npon credit uiiuer agreement-, suu wuu uss compueu with all the provisions of such agreement fjr a period of at leaet two years and a half frcm the date thereof, may with the approval of the Commissioner of Crown Ziauds assign his interest therein by way of mortgage. 2. Application for permission to assign the interest in any agreement by way of mortgage must be addressed to the Commissioner of Grown Lands in the form following : — To t he Hon. the Commissionerof Crown Lands — I tbe undersigned, of , in the pro vince of South Australia, being a selector of land npon credit, under agreement No. , dated the day of 18 , being section No. , hundred of , ani having duly performed all tbe conditions of the said agree ment, do hereby apply for permission to assign my interest in the end land by way of mortgage, the par...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 16 January 1880
AUCTIONS. Tuesday, January, «O. AT BTLA.ND3. TO FARMERS, GRAZIERS. BUTCHERS STOCK- DEALERS AND OTHKRS. 6000 fa^and 6000 * \J\J \J\J STOfiE SH&EP. VVW IISTON, SHAKES, & CO. ? J are iwstruc'ed by J:«nry SoMt, Esq., to sell by auction, at Uplands, near Kapunda, at 1 .iVlick— 3.000 STOEB WETHRB,', Northern fired, large framed, and ia good con dition 1.000 l'rinro Fat Wethers S lkQ00 Merino Eewee, in lait.b 750 Lincoln Kwes and Lambs 15 Tiinooln Rams, 2 tooth 68 Merino Hams, tull^-nouth and 6 Head Fat Canto. In lets to si it purchasers. Terms— Approved Bills. Lunch at noon. On Thursday, January £2. RICHABDSON'S YARDS, KOOBINGA. AT ONE O'CLOCK. COLES * 9OODCHILD sre favored «ith instructions from Mr. B. Fufrmann to sell by auction, as above — SECTIONS 28 and 37 HTTNDRED of BAIiDTNA, containing 862 Acres or thereabouts, held under credit agree ment. - . : The Land is Fenced and luiproYed. Por tion has been cropped. For absolute sale. Terms— Half cash ; balance February 22, ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 16 January 1880
BVsnrEss directory. 10*. p«r quarter, Is. discount if pud in . advance. AVCTIOKEEKS. LESTON, SHAKES & CO., Kooringa. COLES & GOO^CHILD, Kooringa. BAKER. P. GEBItARPT, Koorias* VtMftTKUHEKS. W. ANDERSON, Koonnga. CORN DEALERS. J. ROACH, Buira MilL INSURANCE COMPANIES. AT7STRALIAN MTJTUAX PROVI DENT.— A. H. Fobdkb. €OIX-NIAL MUTUAL. — F. W. HOIDEB. SOUTH BRITISH FIRE INSUR ANCE.— F. W. Holder. IMPORTERS. DREW & CO., Kooringa. GENERAL BUSINESS. PROPERTIES FOR MLE. as- a. m. asac s. APPILA. /*O1 ACBFS Known as SULLIVAN'S OOJL *&»t-elass Farm in good heart, all plougliable ? large portion baa b«an cropped only one*. Plenty water. KKO ACRES, dote to the Township, *JO£t fnii unproved, plenty of Water. BELALIE. 1AOA ACRES, 600 Acres eloughabla J.U/W V remainder Spendtd Grazing Land. LACK BOCK. O*Jft ACBKS, adjoining Fekina.one of the v- / v jj ost Gonveuitnt Farau ia the North, ini Good Land. r AQ ACRK9, capitally improved. Fine O'xO Laud, close to B«il«ray, ...
STOCK REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 16 January 1880
STOCK REPO3.T. All the stock mentioned in last report have passed down with the exception of 347 fat cattle from Bulloo Downs, Qieeoslanif, in charee Mr. C. J. Chalker, ih-8 being tie last moo c\ cne peasuu mruuifu iub ubito jjtang-Y, the track b; ing now impr»^ticable. There have also passed on the other track 164 mixed catTle from Mount Howitt, Coopers Creek, Queensland for Adelaide, owners O'Shansssy & O'Donnell; aad 191 cattle from Blancbewater for Adelaide, owners Beltena Pastoral CjV, and there are on the road down a draft; of f«t from Mr. Colles'e Inamincka Station; acd 331 fat hul!ocks from C rangy Lake, Coopers Cr.sk, Qieen^Und, owner Mr. Ge--. B. Armstrong and in c'large Mr. G. H. I-oxton. .... the iinports by way of Thackeringa and Inamincka for the six (6) months ending 31st December 1879 have been 70,953 sheep, 12.743 cattle and 560 horses ; as regards cattle by far exceeding in-numb-r-tliet«nporte-by these routes of any previ us six (6) month?. The exports for ...
WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 17. [Before Messrs. J. D. Cave, J.P. and Thos. Warnes, J.P.] [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 16 January 1880
WKDJTeSDAT, JiHFABT 17. [Before Messrs. J. D. Ci»«\ J.P. and Thos Warnt-s.J.Pl Kfb (inspector of Brands) v. FabmbB — 'Umiij ahis^p brtnd re*is'e^ b/» -o-h -r p n -n on 1 too t-htN*p in October list. Fined Id. per ftlt*st'i Mrifl rYm-na»a N ' ' XHi^vfaf i»lb-ni«'im of Onrpro^Hon Burger ?id InrpVtor Gray, Eobert Strike w«ft~fi.ied: IV aid costs for s'ray horse, and 40?. for ki ling «wi«f* in u-ilicet.s -d ' premises ; and -Fr&ieridk Adams was 6n«H? lOa, «nd c ists for it*rii-; a horveona fooihpath in Koorinpa. On the infiornwHnn pf District C uncil i»ni»er CBien, S, Hint/ w*s fine i £6 for *it4in» fire to grai* pn the railway line on J»Fcen.ber23. The Bench remarkad that de f- ndinr must, have known thit the other parties working for Governm n* hai ea*h been 8ned io Oie lowest penalty (C3) for a similar offence, and it looked as though the rerrants of the -l.-v- invent willfully set the law at defiance, although they should rather Fet an example to others in toe c intniry dire...
CORRESPONDENCE. (From our own Correspondents.) HALLETT, January 14. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 16 January 1880
CORRESPONDENCE. (From our own Correspondent*.) HALLETT. January 14. The weather here for the last few' dsyg has Ven giand, and the wheat buyers kept pretty busy. There has been a little exettamentamonsr ftp innantanre wno a»e surprised at the aeeow -fions made aeainst oar resHeri*' trooiwr, by t-ao TIallett correspondent icn the Obtereer, and I venture to state that the afoieaaid accusations are unfounded as I believe them to D« simply out of spite. If sny thine onr trooper is a little toe exact, and fulfills his cuties fearlessly and without favor. The aforesaid correspondent in his remark*, *? the Pojt-offi-e and Polios Station I concur with, as the mode here of chaining op the prisoners should be tolerated a little. That august body, the Hallett District -Council, and particularly the Chairman, take ♦ome curious views relative to the interests of the ratepayers in general, From a discussion I beard at Mann's Hotel it transpired that the Morthern Stage Co. have Car rome time past ...