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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 23 January 1880

MEDICAL. T-Lf-3HT AND EYE PISEASES MORRIS'S IMPERIAL EYE OINTMENT Pftfi-EXZMKKT for Ihe Cure of Australasian Blight and all Inflammatory Diseases of the Eyes— Chronic Diseased Eyelids— Restoring Eselashes— Bleared Eyes— Eyes rendered Weak from niefct work, and the only known Remedy for Uicrra on the KyebaUe, &c It may be applied to Infante, and the size of a grain of rice to Adults thrice a day cures the worst case?. The Sale of this Ointment during the Eye Epidemic of the lost year has been unparalleled— a few fxriucxs. From Mr. Colin Gardner, of Oxley. Your- Ointment is doing great service here, many bare derived substantial benefit by usine it. I may mention particularly the names of Messrp. Peter Reid, Gecrge Kirkup, John Jack, firmer, Danitl Waleh, farmer, all of Oxlej, who have had sore eyes of long standing on whom the Ointment worked like magie.— From Mr. Ogle, Chemist, Maryborough. Our Ointment has effected most astonishing cures in this district. For inflammatory e...

Publication Title: Burra Record
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MELBOURNE STATION PRODUCE REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 23 January 1880

Mfcl-BOPaSE STATION PRODUCE fiKPuRT. J. H, CtOUOH & Co. rrport a* follow* |- WOOL-— Tbi* market continue* brisk, am in eotive demand estate for all lota ebov average quality | inferior end b^dly g^t.o imriww suniiUK wti.it ins njiwoin iuu, «r uur Usual week'y sale on the 12th in»t. we eub. pitted a veil SUed oaUloeue, end succeeded in quitting a!i offered («soept 85 baiee) at price* folly supporting late values. The at en danoe of buyer* wa* Urge end rooipeti'i'm keen. We aold greasy at from 6Jd. to 10J \ fleece 13d to 16}d, and spoared B$ u- 17 per lb.. nothing beyond ordinary to medium At eotiption being offered. Sre»8EII».^-W-3 have disposed of a large supply at price* that show Uttls slteretign oh late rates; the in creased sronrth of wool accounting fo' the en hanced Ta'ueef Pe'U. Hl8E8— Aa a -tire demspd continues end the market i» firm etpeoially for good peroe'e. VVa hare cleared out a Urge supply. Leatxeb.— There i* a very brisk demand, and lull prioea are obtainabl...

Publication Title: Burra Record
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The Association of District Chairmen and the Midland Road Board. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 23 January 1880

The Association of District Chairmen and the Midland Road Board. Unity is generally understood to be itrength, aud therefore we rejoice to ;ee looal Governmental bodies combiuo 'or mutual assistance, and are sure that by united action very many good ends may be gained. The associated Chair man of tho Midland Eoad District have joined themselves together largely with the view to being able to exoroiso to the full the influence intended to be exercised by -them upou tho Eoad Board. The Road act contemplates a considerable influence, and to encourage it provides that on all occasions Chair men of District CoudcUs may attend meetings of the Board and assist in the deliberations only not voting, and surely this is most just and rigkt for it is the especial province of each Chair man to know thoroughly the wants ia road inattei's of his own district, and h« must understand them far better tUau t'te casual visitor, or the member of the Rjiul Board who peVliapa drives quickly through once a...

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Was He Guilty? [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 23 January 1880

Was He Guilty? (MJ OEIGIXAXFECTCIv). V\ hy I was WTth tres iroott eans. Sow a man )iad to do so-much lwoi4c«.rley, and a 1 heceuld ?do - \er counted ru liis favor towards Brother do-y. Some ilii a day end a quarter, some a vuv and-e 'lialf and cetera ; when all ?was a^rrenble 'generally, I e°t out two days ! work. 'Well-na I am ssjins 1'*! in^-h done my trine fere tickit when 'i ed Gibson wsb drafted intatbe gang ; sotreliow he sad I pot pretty 1 1 lick to.^ethir. lie was * Feven yearer — and b-x ti-e ru'es— if he kept on the square arould ? f 1 1 h:s li-Vcr about a jear after me; He was a . big III -op cf a fellow— but « gocd lot of him . w»3 o'-'v grease — ami he w«s at Ik art a -cur, not ss 1 thought bo then. Well when I left — 1 rocn got vrrk, and fg I had t*i keep in tfae oisinct — *r*. :I was there when 'Gibson came f ut, hp F6cn euotted me and we joined mates; ve trok work together 8rd though \-e wrs not much of a bushm-in, what I fennired pulled us boih tlirongh. iFcr s-x ye...

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RIVERTON, JANUARY 22. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 23 January 1880

BIVEBrosr. Jajtcaby 23. A lire broke out at Benuears farm near Jivcrton on Tuesday sfternoon Iait, between ind thtae four o'clock, it didn't da much datn- ige ; the blf B3 ran over a wheat ksap but was dwvm pun vu« vj «wwv |/cr«UllV ItUBb VtVIV WQu VU the spot. There wss a public meet ing btU here is ths (natitute Ilall, Wednesday evening, for devis ins; the k et means of gatliering moiiey for the Irish Belief Fund j eirven gentlemen were ippointed to canvas tbs district. The re-pix-g » about all done and the £uraere ire busy bringing in their wheat.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 23 January 1880

AUCTION*. BtJUKJL MONTHLY M4HK£f. BIOSiBDSON'8 YAttDS, KOOBINQA. Monday, February 9. COLE 8 4'&OOD0HUD will as]! by auotlon, u shore, eommeno* trg at 1 o'olook 3,100 'll^T 3,100 ft A FAT ANF STORE flft UU OAPILB. OlJ 30 horses. 30 Ttorr, Melons, and Ufhr, QAAA PAT AND HA.LF-FAT Monday, January «0. AT'ONB O'CLOCK. BIOHAHDSON'S 'YARDS, KOOBINQA COLES & ~G*O ODOHIID are fsrored with instraotlcns to sell MftbOTS— IMOPBIVB S'*T WETffWR^I 1600 HALF FAT WSIHBRS, from Ttny srrle SuMon. In ess or mon bu ta «u(t parehuan. Bpcejal «ttra*ian it directed to thaw 8heep, ?I they *re tnflnitelr superior to tho»« from tha same station tild at Koorings 28th of December. MISCELLANEOUS. ?\ Buna Burra Races, ALTERATION OF DATS. 'VTOTIOE.— The date of th« aW« Baoes 1- hu bean Altered from 1st APEIL to 8ta APBIL. Burra Burra Jookey Club. APBIL 8, 1880. MAIDENS, S5 iovi. On« Mile, height for age. Bnnranor, £8 2*. - -'\ HASDIOAP, 100 iot«. Nomination, £8 St. Aeoeptauoe, £3 &. Two Mil...

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Bushranging. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 23 January 1880

Bushranging. With reference to the bushranging in Gippsland, the Melbourne Argus of January 17 says :— Intelligence was received in town yes- terday of the sticking up of the Holy Plains Station, near Rosedale, the property of Mr.   John Crooke, by a French half-caste who was recently discharged from the service of Mr. Crooke at Toorak. The information tele- graphed by Superintendent Kabat to the detective office is to the effect that at 3 o'clock on Thursday afternoon, the man, who is named George de Thouars, also known as "the blossom," "Vinditti," ; and the "French Boy,"     presented a six-chambered revolver at the inhabitants of the station, seven in number, and ordered them to bail up. He locked them all up in a room, and kept them there till 2 o'clock the following morning, when, after making them all swear not to give information till 9   a.m., he went away, taking with him a rifle, a splendid dark mare, saddle, whip, and b...

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Open Column. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 23 January 1880

Open CoimnxL. Th- EJtors do not hold themtelres rnpan* eible for tlie opinions expressed in this column. To ihe Editor of the Bwrra fiteord. Fib— My aiienticn ha* b«en draws to the rrpori vi put c«jrrc=n» iucgi irvJB OCTS IB your tsst iefue. In the first paragraph it rung ' f heio has been a liulo exotte^ent smoi]g«t tbe inhabitants win ere surprised at the eocass. tions made egajnet our resident trooper by the Hallett correspondent of the Observer and I venture to state that the aforesaid accusations are unfounded as i believe them to be simply out » f spite. If scything' cur trooper it a little two exact and fulfills bi» duties wi bout fear or favor,' Kow Mr. Edito--, in tf gard to tbe first pert of tbe above bow dots your cor respondent know it was done out of spite, also when was the excitement not in the township of Hallett, there might have been in Willogo leeoh the head quarters of tbe Northern Stage Company and police barracks, but certainly not i:i Usllett. Your corresponde...

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General News. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 30 January 1880

General News. The S. M. 8. Assam bringing the Knglish Mail arrived on Monday morning, die out going mail leaving Glendg on Sunday evening at five p.m. Mr. Henri 1/ tutrange the Australian aeronaut and tight rape walker has arrived in Adelaide and will ahordy give an exhibition of his acrobatic abilities. Tbe sudden decease of Alfred Barker E?q , is announced. The first of a series, of open air concerts inaugurated by the Major of Adelaide (Mr. £. T. 8mith M-P.,) was given on Saturday night in Yictoria-squan by the Military Band. The Rev. J. H. Lambert in consequence of failing health. ontwnpUfe* * trip to Jfogland. Tub Lady Kinnaird Itfden with wheat from Port P vie went ashore 'on the rocks off Cape Burr and i» expected to become * total wreck. All hands eaved. - The third parade of R fis Companies for ballatiua drill was held on January 24th. Mr. J. Rossiter was. presented with a tea and « ffiae service and a marble clock u a token ot esteem, Jie being about to leave tbe district ...

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English Items by the Mail. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 30 January 1880

English Items by the Mail. The nnmerou* and condi:tin^ infer^U of Europe apppar to a casual observer to be with out form tending to no definite end, yet one thia; oeems to be developing all th« wtrle the brovurhood of men. U one nation is sunensg by a famine other, nations hear .and pity tbe sufferers sending ' substantial relief. If an accident occurs subscriptions ere started for the benefit of bath the married and dependent*. Ibe distrest in Ireland according to some appears to be exaggerated, bnt with the political exci emesj. disturbing the whole country, it must effect a considerable number oi the popula tion who although not participating intheagita tion are necessarily drawn iuto its consequent di-tress.and privatfiij. In Afghanistan warfare still continues with out any certain ending to tbe struggle, as utual the superiority of i he British army shows itsrlf, bat wttU whai fital re»u't it is impotsible to say. The fighting in and a-ouad j£«bul has beeneevere. Oar loroes the...

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Cricket Notes. BURRA v. TRUE BLUES. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 30 January 1880

Cricket Notes. BURBA v. TRUE BLUES. Thr rvturn match between these club* came eff on Saturday last. It will be remembered they played the first match some few week* back when the junto's were the victors by thirty Ore runs, ana it was and u tuonght by aany of their supporters that they will win the ??resent game, a* they hare been very diligent in practisirg ever since they last pUyed, which has not been the oase with the men nmil the last, week or so. Both teams hare been strengthened ei-es they last met by very go id toes, Tiz , Messrs. Belcher, Bosmac, Sand land, Faun and MtaLeary for the men, and Parks and farrfbrthe boys. Roach and Parker were enable to play for their club. Play commenced «t about 8 o'clock the men batting Irs% who seorodiSruni, Sandland and Burns being ib top ?eaters with 11 and lOi respectively, Fen» and McLeary Dm showed kop very eotd cricket for their teores. The bowing of White and Park* was very good, as also was the field ing of many of the juniors. In t...

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HALLETT, January 28. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 30 January 1880

HALLBTr, Jannary 28. The wratnrr for the past lew aaye uaa oeen very windy and the dust almost b'.icdine. Tbe harvest u I think almost at a close as the farmers are all busy carting, teams are arriving daiy from Xarcowr?, Xerowie ana xongaia distrieb. The annual meeting of subscribers to the InrtHate was held on Monday night the 19th instant ; when the Secretary, Mr. Smith read the report and balance short which gave satis faction, the election of Offioers and committee for the ensuing year resul-ed as follows : — Mr. E. Collins,' J.P., President; Mr, Geo. Hill, J.?., Tiee-President; Mr. Da Le Haunty, Secretary ; Mr. L. M. Trimmer, Treasurer and Librarian; Messrs. M. Warwick, P. Gillespie, C. H. S*yera, M. Pearse, P. MacEeoa, W. Burton and A. Martin, Committee ; a vote or thanks to tbe retiring ofliesre and Committee for the past year brought the meeting to a close. Truly d;ath is a gradt lereiler. In the obi»u*r? afcr giving the naai»8 of -iisttngriUbed indrridu'l* who hav? isas^ed...

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MEETING AT HANSON. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 30 January 1880

UBEIIKdt AT HAKSOH. AmsetiogvasbaldattheHnaahCoteloa Tuetday er«ning to aae what *anrangem«nt» could be made to wards,ge'ting aaiatance in the district to aid tbe Irish famine Belief Fud. Mr. Peter Tohl, Cbairman, tt«n«on vnttnoc | Conned occupied tbe eha-r, and h»*ing tntro- I « oced the biuioen oFibe eTeoiog*xj-M*id bis *urpriw. «t the little aasUUnce that w«a bang retd'red by thecoknuatsJrom tbegnwBJtje in cotupaiiion with those from other couotdts and hoped the brtak in this Wist r«t would act anesam^letoouiera, Mr. J.Y. O'LoghUn^ ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^Hueeply sympathix ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^Hand, pledges itself ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^Hbscriptions on their ^^^^^^^^^^^?elay. Mr. P. Pawd, ^^^^^^^^^K that the present case ^^^^^^^^^^^^Hohe hoped that the dis ^^^^^^^^H^rthe example aet .by other», ^^^HBH^^omethntg to relieve the famine ^Pncken in Ireland that would be a credit tc the district, he quite agreed with the chairman tt-«t there was not that interest taken in the eff»ir by those thnt hail ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 30 January 1880

^Ite |!lecoc&. A PAPER FOR TRE SURRA AND THE EQ&XEL-EAST. BUERA, FBIDAT, JAN0ART SO, 1883.

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To the Editor of the Burra Record. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 30 January 1880

To the Editor of the Surra JUcard, SIR — X eej by your issue ot 23rd rattant, that the rx-c-. respondent of the Obtsrver was s little sensa'ional in his attack on mv letter of the 16 h instant. Fi at be writes ' how do*a your correspondent Know it was done out of «ptt'.' Second, he says ' yoar correspondent shtuld be more careful', well in answer to bis question, I did not say it was done out of spite, my words were K 1 helitvethem to be simply out of »pite'J and my reasons for believeing such if I ThiuV.best known to hi-nself, and now witfc reference to me being careful. I think if he had been mote careful in his remark*, some of jarhioh he li,. tie thought were overheard, I would hat tail, no rause to believe his accuitions to have been spitefully made. But looking back to the original roots of all this the * Observer ?correspondent allsde i to', will find that I now «an quote the last few. word* of his own letter vix , ** Facts sprak for themselves,' but before I finish I must le...

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Federation of the Australian Colonies. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 30 January 1880

Federation of the AuBtralian Colonies. Among tbe questions that are most prominent in the minds of our greatest statesmen at the present time stands that of the Federation of the Australian Dolomes, and the idea has already readied far beyond its initial stage. [t is no longer necessary, at any rate among thinkers, or these who- have at ill studied polities, to shew that by being united we have all to gain, and nothing to lose, and to evidence thit only loss canresult from the maintenance of the present local' arrangements, and separations. Itpnst be plain, we say, to all these that financially as 'well as in every other 1i^ay the. colonlslEs; would be profitted by ^e abolition of customs imposts and regulations along imaginary [ines, and the many other petty things fchat,jnark the jealousy existing between some of the colonies. Cauada has greatly benefitted by its union as a ' Dominion.' Federation is . being strongly pressed upon the South African Colonies by the Home Government t...

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Impounding Notices. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 30 January 1880

Impounding Notices. TARCOWIR (-leareft Post Offiw, T«r cowie), Jacob Qd**. Poundkeeper.— One bay gelding, star in fonrheai, little whits on eff ?? j £._-. .ojjis «tamn. nd brands visible Will be sold February 9. «t eoon. BED HILL, L. tt. Wake, pjunikeeper— One dark brown saddle mare, branded like [/] over y near fhouWer star on forehead, whne hind feet ; one bay medium draught finy, ni brands, ibout eighteen month* -oW. W«H» sold F-bruiry 9. GUM BOWIE, (nearest Pjst-Offiw, Lincr Ict \. F. fuller, Poundkeeper. — One chestnut I orae,*draugfit blezsdown face, hind feet white, -\-ver Z und TF conjained over ne»r shoulder, like HC off shoulder, ne*rly blind off eye. Will be sold February 2, at noon. CLARE. Jas. Work, Jan.. Poundkeeper.— One strawberry cow, branded like ROS near ribs, like S near rump, F off rib» ; one straw barrV c,*, l.randed like L2 off rump; one red eteer, branded F ne*r neck, F near nb«, white under belly ; one bay ware, small star black points, cob tail, brauaed AF ...

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Topics. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 30 January 1880

Tonics. The Irish Belief Fund meeting on Fri day last was not an unqualified success. As one of the speakers remarked, had there been some nersonal question to the front the hall would hive been full, bat, as it wop, there was a very small attendance. It is a pity that nothing not even the want of their fellow creat'ires can arouse interest in the Burra equal to that awakened by petty strife, but so it is. So far as the character ? of the meeting went it was good and no praise can be too high for suan a noble gift as that of .£110 by Mr. J. M. McBride, of Kooringa to the fund vrhioh was then announced by the Mayor. Mr. Montgomery's speech was short and to the point, and we should think that that coupled with the reports that have been published from time to tune in the newspapers would enlist hearty sympathy with the movement. Mr. Montgomery stated that not only would the Committee gladly receive donations in money but that arrange ments for the sending forward of wheat had been als...

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PRODUCE REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 30 January 1880

PRODUCE REPORT. Messrs. Luxuoobb & Co. report on «T»r. 22 a» follows : — Our wool sale held this after noon passed tff in a very spirited mannrr, we quitting by auction aud ~ privately (niter the iai-; almost every line in tne cataioeue, can ijsting of nearly 500 bales and 30 sacks greasy kid scoured -ool. The parcels of greasy were \\\ more pr less of inferior quality, the balk Boming from F«ir Northern districts in heavy condition, while other paroela consisted of odd ments of clip*, late shorn and rather aetdr. Considering the' quality of the wools and \\a advanced period of the season very full prices were obtained. One lot of greasy and mndium SLuality in fairly light condition brought 8i per b., ether lota of heavy descriptions brought from 6JI to 7\l per lb. The catabgue con tinued over 2t!G bales scoured, for which com petition ruled fairly brisk. We, bowere*, passed molt of the lots at auction, bat - uo ceoded after the sale in disposing of all, except 73 .balra, at...

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COMMERCIAL. BURRA PRODUCE MARKETS. Burra Record Office, January 29, 1880. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 30 January 1880

COMMERCIAL. BURRA PEODU. E MABKET3. Surra Record Office, Janusrv 29. 1880. £ fi. d. £ s d. Flour, per ton ... 10 0 0 to 0 0 0 Do. per bag ... 1 3 0 0 0 0 Wheat, per bush. 0 3 8 OOO Bran, „ ...Oil 013 Pollard ,, ... 0 1 2 0 14 Oats, „ ... 0 4 O 0 4 6 Potatoes, psrewt. 0 7 0 0 0 0 Onions, 12 lb«, ... O 1 O OOO Bread, 41b. loaf... 0 0 7 0 0 0 Butter, perl1). ...010 014 Bmcod and Hamper lbO 10 0 0 0 Mutton, per lb. ... 0 0 3 0 0 34 Cheese, per lb. ... 0 1 6 0 0 0 Egg», perd.z. ... 0 0 8 0 0 0 Hir, per ton ...3 0 0 3 10 0 Chaff, „ ... 4 10 O 5 0 0 Milk, per quart ... 0 0 6 0 0 O

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