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CORPORATION OF TOWN OF BURRA. TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 20 February 1880

CORPORATION OF TOWN OF BURRA. TO ALL WHOM If MAY CONCERN. fTUKE NOTICE that Rites declared and due on the undermentioned properties being -1- unpaid, you are hereby rcoj'iired within'twelve months hereof to make payment of tbe earns as uodir, together witk tlie ine proportion of the expenses incurred up to date of payment- If at tbe eipiry of the eaid term the moneys remain unpaid, application will be made to the Supreme Court of the prorincr, under tbe Corporation Act of 1861, for the sale of the eaid land by 'public auction. JTZTUBEB OT CTrrf.-rnv ' 8EPOTBI- OWSEB BATB BATE RaTB! TkTBB- TOTAl Avootmmst. 'TPATiosr. (u, ast) 1877 1878 1879 *st. auusux. 60 Bedruth —O'Brien Io. Is. 3d. Is. 3d. 7d. 4». Id. 57 . M —Greafell Is. is. 3i Is. 3d 7d. 4.. Id. 119 „ — Cleming Is. Is. 3d. Is. 3d 7d. 4a. Id. 11 „ — Dennis Is. Is. 3d. Is. 3d. 7d. 4*. Id. 58 „ — CudBiore ' 1*. Is. 3d. U. 3d. 7d. 4s. Id. 22 , . „ — Bernard 1». Is. SJ 1». 31. 7d. 4s. Id. 14 „ W.Oeniin u. ls.3J. U.3d 7d. 4s. Id. 39 „...

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Local Court Redruth. FULL COURT CASES. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 20 February 1880

1 ocal Court Redruth. FULL COURT CASES. The folio wine cues will be beard at Kidruth, February 20, 1880: — Packard— Von tteiben v. Price and another, £21 2i. 6L— Fenn & Hardy. Packard — Withers v. A n*«trong, £lO0 — Djwner, ' - ' PacUrd— Gilbert v. Collins, £45 -Carter. Murphy r.&kewt*, £23 2s. 81. Packard— Malohe v. Terry, £29— Boucau*. LIMITEO COU&V. Sanders v. MCI, £23?.— Packard. Packard— Mill v. Sanders £9. Bishop v. Jackson, £12 6a. 4d,— Packard.

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Open Column. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 20 February 1880

Open Column. The Ed tors do not hold themselves wspon sible for ths opinions expressed in this column. To the Editor of the Burra Record. 8itt — I aee by a leader in yonr]a«t -u us that you have commented rather severely on the efficiency of our Police. I don't cay but there mav have been grounds far comnlaint. but I tfeiuk tbe article io qaestion waa very badly tined, as I believe 'it appeared on the day after the newly arrived Corporal took charge of the Sta'ion, consequently be bad not an op portunity of kaowin{ how duty was carried out in the Buna and therefore could sot be answerable for tbe sins of sfis predecessors. I have knoirn Carporal Fielding for many yearn, and also bad an opportunity of judging of his ef&c~'ency as a Police officer, and I feel aaiL«fi d tbat under hi« supervUicn tbe duties of his oflL-e will be carried out .with credit to himself a* well as eiving satisfaction to his superior officers and tbe public at largp. 1 am, Sir, &-\, JUSriCE. {....

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District Councils. BURRA. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 14. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 20 February 1880

District Councils. BU«fiA. SlTtTRDAY. FmBSUABT 14. Pfpaent— AU the members. Chairman re ported having attended meeting of Midland Road Board and Associated Chairman ; the aDDropriatton had been passed as iirtnted and the subject of reiu n of money, tliut on eacb line of main roads was ducuised, but it was reaobed not to stir in the matter until the Hausoo Council had n-'f. Htlf-yearly account* as audited laid. on table. £letk to wiitj to Surreyor-GeneraPon subj'ct of order to close road-. AH r -t*s in arre»r to be «--llrc'ed for witfa. E-tura cf dwvwork £5 12«. 6 1 , puse'i for paroient. Mr. Dowser's offer to nut road near Copperhous.*, accepted. Ranker made *»p!anition why beast killed hid n»t bfen is eluded in return. Mr. J. R. Q--*y to b« asked to attend ntx~ m~eung of Ccunvl to substantiate cbarg«a against ra-gpr. Hours for bumiog stubble, 8i--d at (torn 2 p.m. to 8 p.m.

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MESSRS. LISTON, SHAKES, & Co.'s REPORT MONTHLY MARKETS [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 20 February 1880

Meeses. Listok, Shakes, & Co.'s Repost MOKTOLT MaKSJSTB Kipunda, Xuesda y. January zy. — xnere m c good attendance o f buyers, and a very fair amount of stick jar Jed; but the continued low price of wheat has a marked effect od purchasers of rtore stock, thev being disin clined to speculate- Pigs. — We eold v«y small sorts 6-, lie 6 J, and 14i each ; medium stores fetched from 29* 31 to 31* each, the beat demand far some time, and lilte'y to con tinue. Sheep.— For M--. James lieggie, 193 ewes, laT mutton, at ?(* ia. nor loomu ScoU. 469 medium wethers, at 8- 7-1. For Mr. Jeascke, 445 stoie wether*, small, at 5j 64. For Mr. Flugge, 311 haH-fat wethers at 8: Id. ForMr. Read, 62 very prime wcthsrs, at 10s lid. For Mr. Peters 100 good wether* at 10) ; 580 medium do, at 8« 9d, Cattle. — For Mr. O'Donnell, 14 bullocks, at £5 6s j 4 do, at £4 15j ; 7 do, at £5. For Messrs. Borkett & Co, 12 bullocks, et £4 14s. These cattle were culls. For Mr. John Young, -£3 bead young cattl...

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MELBOURNE STATION PRODUCE REPORT. February 11. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 20 February 1880

MKI.BOUASS STATION PRODUCE REPORT. February 11. J. B. Cuovau & Co. report jw IbUow*— Wool.— Only limited quantities are now being eiomitted, and the se*son is almost at an end, while Inequality ischiiflf reprasentad by meauvn and inferior lot*. 'At our aala of the 9 h instant we sold 511 bales at prices which show nt wdo ction io late rates, and we may report the demand as still active, i specially for good wools, which alieit keen competition. In our eale was inclndad a. parcel of wool damaged by sea water ex Scottish Kuihyt, 18 bales of which brought 18jl per 1b. We. submitted in all 579 bales, greasy realizing from 6J1 to 9jd; fleece, 91 to 18£4; and scoured, lOii 10 18J per ib. SHEEPiDsi — Tbis markt t continue* to be well supplied, and all lots coming forward are freelv saleable. iiiDEL —A good demand exists fcr all desonp tion», and duiiag the -week we have quitted a good supply. LxaTHEB — ThiB market cm tinu j to be la'her under, than_over aupplied. and as a conrqueuc...

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Impounding Notices. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 20 February 1880

Impounding Notices. TABCOWTB (iiearett PofWJfflw, Tar cowieL Jacob- How. Yonndkeenrf^-One old bay irrioinp, heavy * tamp, branded like J. with ' _ ? :_ ? ._ .L«.iiU i;V» sn or so near thigh, large hollow in ^ff ouwoc ; one «ay eeldhv. Mack powU, 3 off shoulder, like s bear shoulder, saddle stamp. If not claimed, will be sold March 1, at noon. BED HILL, L. R. Wake, Pound keeper— One chestnut mar*, like 6k! Bsar shoulder, with grey foal at foot; one red uteer, lib- J near rump; one roan steer, hke 7P2 eff rib», « ff m »plit j one red and white steer, like 1 TK i ff rump. |»i«* cf bottom part off ««.? ? encreri ard «^'*e » «*?» Jlk* 8 i^rtbrn circle ^ eff lib-, t«H» *ff «»-e t ff. ear ,- one brown ti-ree, a»r and entp, four wLimj i«t like B over Y nearBhoulder ; one bay towr, white fcee, four white feet, likelf new shoulder xsm h. miitA F^htiiarv'2S. at noon. - - CASOWfX (nearestLPost-Office, Usnoww Wo. T«rle, P«ondkeeper -One* roan m-ie Brar, Waci points, kind or draught* tr«ided like...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 20 February 1880

Wxt ^itcoxh. A PAPER FOR THE BURRA AND THE 2fORTB.-BJ.ST. BUEUU, FRIDAY. FCBRUART 30, 1808.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 20 February 1880

?BFSIHESS DIBECTORY. per quarter, '2s. discount if paid in - advance. ,-.'.. ' AUCTIONEERS. lifSTON, SHAKES A CO., Ktoonnga. COEES '& GOODCHTJEiD, KooringaT BAKES. F. GEBKARDT, Kooringa. BOOTMAKERS. W. AUDERSO^, Kooringa. *30KK DEALfiltS. J. ROAGH, Burra MilL INSURANCE COMPANIES. AUSTRALIAN MUTUAL PROTI : DENT.^— A. H. Fordeb. COIjONIAL MUTUAL. — F. W. ? Holder. SOUTH BRITISH FIRE INSUR ANGB—^F. W.: Holber. „. . IMPORTERS. DREW; A CO.,. Kooringa. *' GENERAL BUSINESS. BLAKENEY CARTER (Late T. HOSIER.) 8 OX. X O XTOK, CLARE. . .Mooncr to Lexd. ' -. - -80 -»*? i I N G 8 B O R OTJ a H, JyL ACCOUNTANT. F STATE AGBST. FABMEBS represented tt 1AHD OFFICE. t,A!»D purehssed-at GOVERNMENT SALES. MONEY advanced to Purchase Selection* r when doe* .._...? TRANSFERS, MORTGAGES, and *U B.P. ACT Business attended to. MONEY TO L*ND. M. KISMJSBO ROUGH. A tj veriu«T BuHding*. King William **re*t, Adelaide. Important Notice. j. oexctg BEGS to inform rha inhabitants of flie Burn and surrounding d...

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STCOK REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 20 February 1880

SrCOK REPOKT. Since last forwarded the movements in stock have been unimportant. - ? The following lots are en the road down vix : — 2,600 fat sheep u-om Mootwingee, ft.S.W. for Kooringa, owners McLennan Bros., D. Whitfield in charge. 331 fet bullock? from Queensland for Ade laide, owner Mr. Armstrong and in charge of G, H. Loxton. 147 fat cattle from Noccorvlah, Queensland for Adelaide, owner Mr. James McCabe, in charge Jdmes Hodge». Also s draft of fat cattle from Mr. Cot!es*', Inamincka Run. liie Bulloo Dawn - mob (342) mentioned in last tepc-t arrived if excelled t condition for «he time of the year, refl ctinp g'est credit an the drover Mr. App'edoro, they were quitted in one line near the Burra at I believe a satis factory figure.

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COMMERCIAL. BURRA PRODUCE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 20 February 1880

COBOCERCIAL. BURRA PRODU* E MABKET3. Jtnrra Hecord Office, ? Vo ruaay 20 J880. £ 8. d. £ s. d. Flour, per ton ... 10 O O to 0 0 0 Do. per bag ... 1 3 0 0 0 0 Wheat, per bush. 0 3 10 0 0 0 Bran, „ ... 0 1 2 0 0 0 Do. ,. per ton 0 1 0 0 0 0 Pollard „ ... O 1 4 0 0 0 Do. „ pertonO 1 2 O O 0 Oats, „ ... 0 4 0 0 4 6 Potatoes, per cwt. 0 7 0 0 0 0 OnionB, 12 lb«, ... 0 10 0 0 0 Bread, 41b. loaf... 0 0 7 0 0 0 Butter, per lh. ...0 10 0 14 Bacon and HsmperlbO 10 0 0 0 Mutton, per Ib. ...0 0 3 0 0 34 Cheese, per 1b. ... 0 1 6 0 0 0 EggB, per d z. ...008 000 Hay, per ton ... 3 0 0 3 10 0 Chaff, „ ... 4 10 0 5 0 0 Milk, per qaart ...0 0 6 0 0 0

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Magistrates' Court Redruth. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 18. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 20 February 1880

Magistrates' Court Redruth WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 18 (Before, Mes-rs. Killiccar, J.P., T. Warnes, J.P. and J. D. Cave, J.P. ) T. Green, Gottfried Mann, Joseph Tuckfield, C. A. W. Ullmann, James Pryor, W. Gratz, S. Nankivell, J. Thomas and W. Hughes pleaded guilty to not having their names and addresses painted on their vehicles and were fined 10d each.       Joseph Lines pleaded not guilty to the same charge and that the vehicle in his charge   was marked H.M G.,S D., 15 cet. and the   broad barrow, as was the case with all vehicles of the survey department. Case dismissed Lines asked for his expenses, but was told to go to H.M.G -for them. J. Barrat, J. Sandland and W. H, Pryor were fined 5'. each for not having lights on their vehicles.   C. Frost for leading two horses on the footpath at Kooringa, was fined 10s. for each horse. R. Edwards for selling fruit with two short weights, was ordered to forfeit the...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 20 February 1880

A large iceberg 2-0 'eet hig-i and five miles long has beeii seen in tbe Southern Ocean near the Crrz-iU. No apprjciab'-a diffarcoce of temperature «u felt at a distance of seven miles irom ic. BritL h manufdotarers hesitate to enter for the Melbourne Exhibition on account of the high protection duties in force in Victoria ex cluding- their goods. ' - Messrc. Dunn and Co., have just started sv n-«w mOl at Port Augusta which is said tot* tbe largest in South Australia. It is stated tbat. a wheat ring «xisl* m America to keep price up and that upon its eolapee English values will f«ll. Tbe Marquis and Marchioness of Lome have bem thrown from a, sleigh but not seriously ii fared. Pope Leo baa declared divorce (a be im moraL A show of Agricultural and Horticnitural produce is to be held in connection with t'ie Sydney Exhibition on Unreh 2. It is to be hoped tbat South Australia will be to the fore. The proposed Intercolonial Conference bu fallen through and will sot now be held. Holtowo...

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MESSRS. COLES & GOODCHILD'S MONTHLY MARKET REPORTS. Kooringa, Monday, February 2. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 20 February 1880

Messes. Coles & Goodchild's Monthly Mabeet Kepoets. Kooriues, Monday, Februarv 2. Many of our firraera Are etiu engaged clean ing up and storing their wheat, and all that are in a position tudj so arj holding back their produce in preference to accepting the price uow offered. Business in consequence has not yet b conae settled, and is not by any means characterizid by the briskness that was antici pited befjre harvest. A fair quantity of stock was yarded at Kooringa, and as buyers were preheat from all parts of the country we were able to place nearly every line offered, and a large and satisfactory amount of business was done. We eut-j-in particulars of sales effected : — Sheea — Our best wethers were only medium flualitr. and hrouclit nn t/t Qi A I P-^m^ mutton continues (xseedingly scarce, and brings extreme prices. We sold as follows :— For Messrs. E. and C. W. Bownmn, 600 medium wethers, in trade lots, at 9s 6i. For Mr. J, J. Duncan, 940 ewe*, inferior to medium st 6« ...

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Burra Corporation MONDAY, FEBRUARY 16. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 20 February 1880

Burra Corporation. tfOXDAT, FaBbTTAKT 16. ? - P««*nf-^Hi» WorJijp the Jtf*yor, {Ms. P. I»inf, J.P ), Councillor BstcVelor,. iudgwaj, Diuwten, l-ew Ai.d E c'mniaon. MivxrrBS T^e minutes cf last meeting were read and - -onfirnjed ? ? ? RlF JKTS. . , The Public W.-rki Committee'* rrport wh» .je«d and adopted. I m- resolved that i l*ns &c, fur the new bridge |n Thames street sh *ulil ? ba prepared an 1 laid on the »b p next hm; injf. The report of the Finince Conmiitee w»» rrad and adopted attention beiig call-id to the f ct that the 'p'trporation was in piisesaioa of ? about 180 private inscription* on the well account. ? Tim Inspector's reports were read and adopted. ? ? ' Station Max fob NobTH Wabd. 'VST. Herschousea was appointed Station lias ?for. north ward from date. Special Covstablss. It wm arranged, that the sexton anil the tire stationmen should be iworn in at the next meeting as special constables. Seta of hand - -cuff* &eL, to be obtained in the meantime. CO...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 20 February 1880

ORGANS. SMITH ORGANS. XEBMS TO SUIT EVERYBODY. . SOLE AGBNTS FOK THE FAMOUS SMITH AMERICAN OBGANS. CHEAPEST BECAUSE BEST. PivaHe in 12 months. Pkyahle in 18 months. JPajahle In « months. T?IM?i Hi Hi Organs of Higher Value, Same System. CATALOGUE AND PKICES POST FREE. NEWEST STYLE&_CHEAPEST PRICES PIANOS. PIANOS. PIANOS. On Terms to Suit Erevybody, rii., Payable In 12 months. PfcyaMe in 18 months. PiyAle in « months. APUnovalue £36 » « f | J g % D«. Xlo, £42 «10 £110 « ? So- t: *£- %o iS CKAND PIANOS OS SAME TERMS, LARGEST ASH BEST STOCK OF HEW AHD POPULAR HUrfC S MARSHALL & SONS, 52 Bundle Street, Adelaide. PRIZE WINNOWERS 1 PRIZE WiNNOWERSH TO SAVE LABOR IS TO SAVE MOKET. JAMES WHEAT LEY, MACHINIST, KAPUNDA. ^toinformtbeFar^o, *^*lg~» *--««» ™ ^3 CELEBRATED PRIZE WINNOWING MACHINES In consequence of «acn orders being kept back eo long. firing bis Machine (the advanttPMuf DELAY tatiP^52. S?J?icARBYMo£# SIEVES than any other Winnowing Macbmes, W. ANDERSON, Wholesale ...

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BOOBOROWIE. ORDINARY MEETING. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 7. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 20 February 1880

BOOBOttOWIKi Obotvavt Ms£Tisa. SATJbDAT, ITsBuVAUY 7. Pr«sf-nt — Cr*. A.rn-8 r ng (Ciiair jja- ) aad Fairchild. ho qu-ituu-. SiTPttDAT, FzBanjiET, 14. PrrSert— Cm F .ireln.d . (Oimirnm ), OAr, and B»ynes. Tfiidera received airi o .1 a--l--red —CiiUlract So. 40, le' to A. Fotsyth Br £6 per chain. Contract Mo. 41, !??» to M. Leiwith fc15 15a. Ciutract So. 43, le« to J-Srey Pearce £15 10a.

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Winning the Widow. THAT WICKED FRENCHMAN. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 20 February 1880

'Winnii e the Widow. THAT WICKED FRENCHMAN. ' Oh, wli»t a handsome man !' cried Mrs* 'JTn'tpr ; and rach a charming 'foreign accent, Mr*. Hunter wat- a widow — rich, cbildlrsp, ona tnirty-iive — ana me maae Hie reran «hr-re recorded to Mr. Banting, bachelor, who lmd conoe to pay i»n afternoon call, apropos of tl-e dppaHare of Pro. La Funtaine, wbo had, i-ccordinj to et:quette, token Lie leave Ou the arrival rf Mr. Bunting. 'Don't like «o contradict a lady,' said Mr. Bunthjg ; ' but I can't say I agree with yon | ?nd these foreigners are generally impotters, too.' Jlf r«. H untfT shook her head coqtiettuhly. She wa» rather ^oquetti;h and mther gush ing for her agp, ' Oh, von gentlemen, you gentlemen !' «he raid. ' I can't see that you ever do justice to «ach other.1* And thea stoe Tang; the bell and ordered the lwrvants to bring tea, and pressed Bachelor Bunting to ft -y and partake of it. There was a maiden aantof eighty in the house, to play propriety, and allow her the privilege o...

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The Diamond Drill and the Eastern Plains. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 20 February 1880

The Diamond Drill and the Eastern Plains. We published last week a long extract from the Register giving an' account of the diamond drill lately imported from America vy the South Australian Government It will be known to most of oar readers that the Govern ment propose flending'the apparatus to the Australian Bight where, in that wateiless district near the border of Western Australia, it will be employed in well boring. Now while it is, no doubt, rery desirable that that country; should be tested, we very strongly hold the opinion that there are other dis tricts nearer home, where the probabili ties are in favor of an abundant supply being obtained at a considerable d«pch, which it is more deraabto should be first tested. r t ;..-: Within the past fewiaonihs a con siderable quantity of land has been thrown open for selection, and a much larger area is at once to be resumed in the North East, in the face of the fact that in one hundred in that locality only one section has yet been...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 20 February 1880

AUCTIONS. V BURBA MONTHLY MARKET. Friday, March 5. AT HALF-PAST ONB O'CLOCK. LISTON, SHAKES & CO. will sell by auction as above — 5 nan fat & store r Ann jUUU SHEEP. VaUUU MFAT & STOBB Ofl CAT ILK. Oil 50 . HORSES. gQ Terms as usual. Tuesday. February 84. * AT (WE O'CLOCK. AT MR. CrEO. POTTER'S FAEM, SEAR YABCOVMB. JJHTDER A*BILL OP SALE. LI8TOS, SHAKES & CO. bare received instructions to tell bv Auetion i without teeeiYa— The WHOLE of Hr.PotterV FARMING STOCK, IMPLEMENT* &c., at under — 11 Draught Mares and Geldingi 6 Cows «nd Calve* 20 Pigi ?'??' English Waggon ?- Borse-dray 2 Reapers (oew) 1 do. (old) Winnower Mower 2 Double Plough* 1 Single do. Scarifier Seedootrer Horeerake Boiler 2 Sets Harrows Buggy and Harnefi 200 Corn Sacks 1 400-gallon Tank 1 200-gaIton de. 6 Seta Swingle-trees 2 Tarpaulins Stack of Hay (30 ton*) and Sundries. tTernu— Approved Bills. ' ] Luncheon provided. Friday, February £7. AT KOOUISGA. TO FARMERS, TEAMSTERS AUD O...

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