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Midland Road Board. RIVERTON, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 17. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 20 February 1880

Midland Boad Board. ElVEETOS-, TtTESDAT, FeBEDAET 17. Presmt— H. T. Morra, E^q, J.P^ {Chair man), Commissioners Bowden, Kelly, Lewis and Killiooat, also the Surveyor and the Sec retary. The minutes of last meeing were read and ooi firmed. Chatokah. Capt. Etilieoat said he thought the 6rst business was the election of a Chairman for the year* . . He moved that Mr* M -rris be »« - elected io the chair. He had been asked by the Board to make the proposition, wtuoti be did with great pleasure. Mr. Boa den as one of the oldest members, seconded. It was desirable that the Chairman thiuld have the cottfiien«e and respect of the B ard, and &i -Mr. Morris I»d these, it gave him great pleasare to seconil theeleotiou of Mr. Morris as Chairman for the year Mr. K-Hy and Mr. Lewis sappwted. Mr. Morru thanked the Board for tbe com pliment paid, he trusted that be would be able to fill the iffice to the satisfaction of the Bjard. COBBXSfOZfltKNCB. 7. Fiom the Surveyor-General forwarding roa...

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Poetry. LEAP YEAR CUSTOMS. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 27 February 1880

Poetry. t/EAP TEAR CTTSTOMS. The following t* one of the best* ' Hew Year 'Proposals' I bare seen*' 'a«d. is, -I think, worthy of publication as this is ^leap year : — 'Dear Si*. — A friend tells me You're anlioos to find. . A suirabte partner For lite, 'Who w-fH study your comfort, be obliging and K1DO, A, loving and dnHful wife, How this is Leap Year, when, 'everyone knows, All ladies the previleee take Of popping the question, and bo I propose, To alter mv name for vour sales * ' BeJifTe mp, I've studied yoar character Well, And find it agrees with my own'; 'To journey together through life, I fbrtell, Will be better than going alone. .Ifcow if this proposal, which springs from the heart. ;? ? find* no »nswermg echo in fhine, Ut- mischief is done, to m friendship ire put. Let the secret be yours only and mine. Accept me or not, whichever you chooatf At vour ar'swer ? will not complain ; But- if you're urtgaiiant enocgh to refute, 8«i \ bejiere me your friend, to remain. Search do...

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CORRESPONDENCE. HALLETT, February 26. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 27 February 1880

CORRESPONDENCE. tVnttn our nan Corresnandcnts.) H * I.CKT^T =P«brHHrT 9R The weather hew for the pa*t sreek hastwen very unsettled* we had a few fine showers on Jtfonday jiud H?«rcaday~la»t and it has 'teen xh»Btetiing 4ta sino#. The warat u oomiog in fir«ely, Mr. Koaob has-- an imntense quantity stacked here and Messrs. OufOsld 4 Co's. agent is sending it away -daily. ? ~

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COMMERCIAL. BURRA PRODUCE MARKETS. Burra Record Office, February 26 1880. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 27 February 1880

COMMEECIAL. BUfiRA PRODUr B MARKETS. ?'-? ' Jebr^ar, «6 1886. - -?''.??? .*-??. df- ;??*'&'*. Flour, Im* ton ... iff d ' 0 ' '*» .0/ :t»' 0 Do. per bag .„ l3-a 6 ft O O Wheat, pee bosh. O* 9 11 0 0 0 Bran, * '... 0*1 T 0 1 .3 Follard » .:. -pT 1 %' : Oil 4 Osts, „ ...- 0 4 O 0 4 6 Potatoes, per cwr. Or 7 O O O O Onions, IS lbs;- ... 0 1 0 0 0 0 Breadi'41b.loat'.;.: 'O*0 '9' O 0 O Butter, aer la. :; 0-1 0 0 16 Beoon and Hamper BHF1 0 - O 0 0 MutUM, per Ib. .V. ' 4i OS 0 O St ObtoM,psr 1b. '... 0 1 « 0 0 0 £«fs,v*rdo2. ... O O;!O 0/ 0 ' O e«y, ptrton ... i po s to o Chaff, ? „? ? ? ... ' 4 18f 0 ' 6 0 0 Milk, per quart ... O 0 'S 0 0 0

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 27 February 1880

ORGANS. SMITH ORGANS. ' TERMS TO &TJIT EVEEYBODY. SIVT A T^BTT AT.T.Jb: SO3JsTS3 ? SOLE A&KNTS FOK SHE FAMOUS SMITH AMEBIOAN ORGANS. CHEAPEST BECAUSE BEST. fajableia 12 months. Payable id 18 months. PnyaMe in Si tfiontbs. An Organ TSloe £28 10 £2 7 6 £113 4 ; *1 6 3 Da. do. £33 0 £2 15 O £l 18 -6 ' ~£l 10 O JJo. do. £42 0 £3 10 0 £2 10 0 £2 0 0 Do. do. £48 O £4 0 0 £2 17 O ' £S 4 0 Organs of Higher Value, Same System. CATAI.OGTJK AS D PB ICES TOST FREE. FEWEST STYLES. CHEAPEST PRICES. PIANOS. PLaSoS. PIANOS. Oa Verms to Suit Everybody, viz., Payable in 12 months. Payable in 18 month*. P&ytMsta&montlis. APianovalae £36 £3 0 £2 2 £113 Do. do, £43 ,£S 10 £1 1O £3 0 Do. do. £48 £4 0 £2 17 £2 * Do. do. £60 £5 0 £3 10 £2 15 CltAK© PIANOS ON SAME TERMS, LARGEST ASO BE8T STOCK OF HEW AS» P0PUL4U HUSIC. All the JSewest Musical Ua^etinen. BRASS BANDS OOMPJiSXELY FITTED OUT FBOU £30. 3. MARSHALL & SONS, 52 Rwidle Street, Adelaide. PRIZE WINNOWERS 1 PRIZE...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 27 February 1880

^4iS(MMsmts-Mjpr _ . SOUTH AUSTBALIAM EAILWAJS. ~ BcfreabmaitStBU, Bnrr» Station. mENDSBSwiDbereeemdin tfw oSee of X the.Oeperal JrafflnManager of BaUways, Adelaide, untfl qoon of Monaay. March 16th, for the right to keep a stall for the Bale of re freshmedts On tt» platform ^ofthe Surra Station, ^kuin^ (he Cwo years hoginnipi on Mdndar.^be29iHbfMir«iV-: '-'^ *IPft ?L- The stall must be oTa iiniuid chV-etn -Q bjfj*1^***.-*™^ ^»??-^^Nl»-r*«* part of A« plarforih otflris wfll j$ enf&d V ^ CkberalTrtOsManaeerl -'' :' .*. ''-' . \ ... .«?:?:» vQXQV0E AHAWKEfC ''. ? ;-,S --. » ? , Qomni^ngof fcq^js. I io^Agrioulteral -nd HortieuitaraJ V; '-. -..'? ~ So«wty'»r-«Jww. ? . ^ AaO^ ^abWT H' 168ft.-' ? : V\N Wedaesday .vaAi Thursday. -.Frbmsry X/ 25th alpd 2Sw,Sxo#rsian Betum TiekeU i«8ngJeFana.Wift-|iejesued aa under, avail- ?bto for BJtam Jby- any ordinary train op to Monday, ist March, indoded:— '.' NorA 3 me^All stations to Adelaide. . , ALA* O.2ENDLETON, -.??? - -- . r.\ General Tr...

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HALLETT. MONDAY, FEBRUARY 23. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 27 February 1880

HAJU.KTT. - ICOVPAT. FlB-DAKT 2S. ? -' fliesut CwMXillors J. Boustan- (Ghair- ?sati)' WorreO-and Hill*. Ho bosincesdabe aa iriaVs ?»! beirf; ? qnorasi. -? Mt.Om. HflL ? J P/wssaoly deekfttf *Wte*as Ctoaaeaterin r^Marxtf Mr; WilKssn Windsor resigned for

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 27 February 1880

The Yiotoruui Irish ltdief Fund has rraefcea nearly £^i000 '' ??»e %utlioria-a in Sfc PeUrsburs; belirva ^1ttm*%oaisinej*miiag tbe »flulis:« tofcuWilbS.*i.y. ''? ? ''. ?.-.?- ^Mrrnuti beinf awa*e to ntdnos tbe Prince ef -Walea'to act-*e amqml reprateotattve ef Great BrKaa at ti»MftlDMB-na Exhibition. A -large saspaMion ska waited an the ITJevefnmeidrto^edveeata tba use of South Artrattn aton* for ipMo buildmg*. ' The I vwunnnHMr i&fotOB Mfnvat in bo* Btta Lgjtfs^^^fbvs^^ \6m %ht pecorU. A PAPER FOB THE BUBBA AND TES S0BT&-EAST. BURBA, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1808.

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BLACK SPRINGS. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 21. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 27 February 1880

XtAOsT aWKIITOa. BaXVWML FaSBVaBX SL jy-esj!» .s\iU Minnta-ofisa«.neattBf jrapd *^;-pjB*rsaed. Correspoodenos. Jnwi Bii«rfii Cbairaen** Isaoeiatioo to. CoaQeii's oWibntipn 1 .not aateHeined. From pound . keefk^rom tod chef**, £8 17s. Ud., pwawceiper «? 6a raqnrioii «o sand vin hk sveoant books for inapeetmCw feast ?seeting. Cr. Wsieh to-spswl £1 ij, rspsttl «*«r AirdU. T. Wo«dnwnVd«pasitn-dney£lO passed for ?VMMt.. ?'-. ? . ' , ' ? , v

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 27 February 1880

BIRTH.                 TORR—At Moonta Mines, on February 22,   the wife of W. G. Torr of a son. Both well. MARRIED.         TAYLOR—DIXON—On the 24th Febru-       ary, by licence, by the Rev. W. Jenkin, at the residence of the bride's father, Charles, second son of Mr. Richard Taylor, of Sandy Creek, to Martha Louisa, second daughter of Mr. George Dixon, of Koonoona.              

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 27 February 1880

PALE, DARK 4V XXX IW'*&*®g£: r. 'Is Baft iand Bottle. ^ -/Jjfci?^? ... -Pri.!lB- !......... _ . —- ^ti-as^-t—L. ?«?!^-**f''^ w '? '?' ?- ?'? '^.-^ j£. ^6-2* «* S ^ i^TSferaf ^feelr^Mdy aad Wine,' ~ --~^^SipVBje0S& WX© D6BV UusJuice, Baspberry VUiegar, 3'*!.-v v^*-''' hi ':' ??! ~ ^- , ?£?' '?' ??'-?- ~- Bitten Q«unine,Sai»pariUa, **?... JS»r»ted'Watar Cordials aftd*. '^ '.' ' ? , , . ^.=- ,- wr., x.na:oxj ..^.,jsowi^' Assorted oswpqtflp^ ?* - » f-^-- ; -a ^ ?- -^ IRONMONafill AND TIW8HTH, gp QBINQA ? : iaONMON«BRY of ^vety d«cnf«VA on ttSfe^- W-'w 'S - * ''l 'ZiX'frkBM. -JtWMrfactured on the Premises. .v^,...~ : * - JUe-TaASBE &»j»pfcd. '.lT'''r ? «?«*-% 8IATIONS Liberty I^H.wWv^ -: ... AU Sorte of PfcOUftf* 5H3SiMh» m Stock. : ' - - =r- i;--es * V *«f S1RBA.BMS and AMifOiflilOH. -??: n GLASS a Special. ISgeJ^I. „ '? ;_ . ' ggTB ?%RjhjiFmr**.~ ; ' agLA-ea JJL JLJsTJEai _ ' jfiJ&J&OB?^ j^f1 AG.BNT FOR JA3£ES MARTIJT & CO^ MACHINISTS, GA...

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The Late Sir Rowland Hill and his Works. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 27 February 1880

The Xato Sir Howland Hill ' *fid his Works. The merits of the late Sir Rowland Hill are ?t leagKh aboril to recenre sons public rsooffni tion, steps harint: been already taken to collect subscriptions for the purpose of erecting some snttatue memorial to us memory. 3. glance at ibe -great work doneby him may not be oat of place under three etreumsranow. - Tbe benefits looming from the establish* man* of tfaa-pnsent postal arrangements can ?oareeJf -be properly estimated, we can metely understand that an inmease amount of oon fuatonr J would of neces»i-y cBsue could tboce amngemente by any possibility be suddenly orerthjtomi. and we, as a resnU; deprived of the ready meant of communicolion at present alt oar coamsnd. - - -The.yrax 1«15 aeepjsto hare been that ?/bjfh. ivK the establisltment pf ? post office. A poorr apofogr that, however, for the present {Mile a*atem%- prrrious to that date there had nepes«ajri^b^en.Tery little corrtrspondence be tween people'eenerilly. Indeed letter ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 27 February 1880

MoUottxuf's Ointment and PHI*. — Chest Frc srTVativps.^At ? afl sesaon*_of tbe year ttie rate of mortality from diseaserof 4be-ktags as very great. HoHowayT« Ointmsht well mbbtd upon the chest, aided by his Pills, arrests all mis chief. . Tbeae jjUmnsini; mediosments exercise tne^bstwinitary^bd rsatorabfe inftutaoevover the enttre-oantents of thepectonsl cavity, Air tobe*. nerves, bloodvessels, andjril other tissues feel their wholesomely potent -power/more particularly ip throojjhly purifying both ven ous and ar»eri*l blood, by promoting tiie free, etfeuhdios) «f *ir. rK»fther Omtments or Pill* contain any noxious ingredient wheever, but' their b*UJ^ k ,:»s^i»«aott«»bet rather than ir ritates the ayiftem^and kindly subdues u-4 ?:.---s -^ ?+ -» :-.^j»iX*i- ii^-i ,-».-, |6 :-? ; . ... :-w.-.-: ? '- 8 S ? % ' ,. -X -g... -q .,3- . ?.& ; - *- g t %- ' esaasT S^ - S' § ? W -J-g .i«TS'- .^il 'ilk

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General News. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 27 February 1880

General News. An ea'thejuake war f«4i «t Port Augusta^^n luesday Foorusry 17th. ' ' ' '' ; The' teuders far *be first section -of the Adelaideand Bairne Bail way have been opened.' I be iowe««: was toat or atessnt. waiser sawan at £167,999. v~- -?';.} . : The Cravernnient haWgiycn- instruotipds^ . ^r..^ichobwn to. preojarera bill for an As* to consolidate the tarious ' d»rporationi ««*.' the Adelaide -lowo s Qtorfc will confer^mtb; Jlin^ . . » .. , i ' T-ie fl-ur thst tbdttbi first priae at'Syinij ?:?#» grband^tiy Me*ar».:i-uttu-l«i4 Oo^ 'bom Wliite : L«mmas wheat ^growu by Mr, Augas at ftill Kiver. '?' IPb* Dominion Parliament has voted-lOOjOOO 4ejUar*jfor the Iri.h Belief Fu.nl. . ¥bcitustiansbaT0 sstablisbedaBew privateer frig i»rt in the saa of Japan,' ?f a^BbMuihand^rllentyMuiruaadbave both rditd during tbe. put week. ' ? T latr. 'Augusi OreWen #iu ' kiiled on -the Brighton railway line ocr Suodajr. fiched, tbe previous dar, .made.applicauoi^ for life assurance and was to bave1...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 27 February 1880

CAM Tl ON. At the Local Court, Edithburgh, on Nov. 29, Julius Scheeebe, of E-?irbbureb, carpenter, ?res ordered to pay damages £6 6s. and all costs for infrinscroent *f patent by imitating the Star Wsthing Machine, tntking tbe satce of wood, A. FISCHER'S PATENT Star Washing Machine. First Priza of £3 at BblakUva Show. TH.i MOSI USEFUL MAC&TNE EVEE INVEKTED. Tettimonish from all parts of the Colony. Directions for nee on application. A. FISCHER'S PATENT Circulating Rue Boiler. Boils in jar less time, wku Una fuel, than any othe . MAITOfACTPBY, O'CONSEIiL-ST^ SORTS ADELAIDE. AXSO. CKADLE WASHING MACHI ES, Similar to Perfect Care or Walter & Echberg'a * ^Price£3oi-. WE1NGEBS, 10 in., 32s. 6 i.; ll.n.,38-i.; 12,45). MAlNGLES From £1 to £8 10s. SEWTKGr MACHINES. A number of different make?. Terms. — 5 per cent, discount cash with order, 2i per Cent., discount cash on receipt of goods. Hefemu* required for credit account*. With your orders state how goods are to be forward...

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District Councils. MOUNT BRYAN. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 21. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 27 February 1880

t3W^ri^;ttfflWJfli( .--- 4reaes««4)DBrj4aBn:K.^ffia«/CbairsBati), »S- Bswb, O^Bsnr-ttid Q:Dkw»omJ-- Winftes -of last »swelis%Hail anil nealliitowfr Bewdred itha* Ovatawr of Worfc»-b«-if-sraete(l to nMdbet moexiajmiumj tWty3Mft-sftdto0.' -Beetftad -; «n -h» ifolicatien ^f-4frrDsw*bn^ *bst^*-i^- - i«er«r. WpctcibsfH^««adtf^etw«rt^SM-tonf ^ilMMi9aVmv«kB-aB3is^a-tio» ssWMr^Tww^ji ?£SSabia c*d-eport twxt^nicetB^;- v^tcsetvtd xtasit Oaf-ssw;ofc Woek* iaipeci*osd between ^fireUoa».l*4^nd 79- «e»olTVd on the=«-pli- eatis«.flf Os-4- -Sassy .ns^Vtn^'O!Kneer of ^yorksinspect-appraMbes to ford near -Mr. --Plh«siii*s, alsym oreek between fieotioM 195 vea« M8V Ja^eport ?axUBsetong.--- Besuivcd %«fasMfa*Glaikwnfii to *l»v-O. A. 'Gebhardt ?'-es1m Jiia to alaunt- jctfe jCogiica - meeting -*h JlKobJ^apoiat «tt««d attain, owown j«f toads^hjaVte- wwbes ««r mot. ?,- Sesotevd the* Mr. Syatt be paid 10s. far buying dsad -bssstiaJIfc^8kawss'« paddoekvdenwndinfwj -m**Lb* bnfyjng swn,. The ehsJrawTre ?yortad...

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Local Court Redruth. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 20. FULL JURISDICTION. [Before Messrs. J. Varley, [?] M. J. [?] J.P. and T. Warnes, J.P.] UNSATISFIED JUDGEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 27 February 1880

lx-cai Court SwiknUt;^ Fbiiat, FoBViit »; ?-? i«? Dmuimw JineKBsxa ? ' rora- jpop^h ,to--*UawT pn»i-]ta he. ao^af ability to pay.' ^-\ & J. Babkoa wa-ordsffe-i t»jiay.-ie. a OOQtn.v- .... '-?i-'^L-e -?' ??-?.? ^-' ' .'rf _ ^Cpii'BiBUH y. .»OKT9aKS j£ajU|O-ueK C-MFA- T.r-JKBI 1» fia for deyMlMruiit thjrtata iioraes at Noflth-WM ^a^yMfLKmdtSS^e pjaintnT and filvrHVB-i*c«it Jnr'^dcls^bMts. a'Poael.^ .the ^-S^9*Mr* wired »to «be p^-ai^ln^^fi^mjunl c^*r« for in»jiy oj^fcw L«iJ»;i Jiae jt»y«alej ?cTk* there natr fimpo jpicinTZg&S^i* this n^.^mt^Hirjat SSaMbga bad sent «p ijaVenT eeSS^^If&iifces i$Tb^%^ni^^m#. nieafeas to pgfes. iKl*g^^p^|™l - '^-S^'ineAa^^in^^oftL^f^tt & jhefeirrs SWway 8iM60Jrne$r]k| a$ed a waekTMiSMie bad aoitfi io1^^ ,«6t «^M that iwiee^ire wonia h.*» VeW.daaen^tad atastteva V reduction ij4iI ^ea %k^i» noved off anQ »off aul»a ort it w/W.^r'S , Mfhtr^oiiSl nothavreenVl^noraesbiUior : ^t.- 'Vi£*H. to '#*j&£i94£Mmml «.«ld nt# objec...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 27 February 1880

Imp-mndiiig Notices.; BALDINA, (Section 104 nearest ^ost Office, Klaebe's, Baldins), Richard *Klabe, Poundkeeper. — One_hnndnd and twelve «h*epr siostly wethersv P and 9 too*,rvaHbus ear* marks, spDse gunch-faoled near'ear, others top off iWolrW^-fetSeSlirioffear, branded like s ^?»^rtb^^wlUil*cIcrp»ttt% Aie ewe, top off tbe«BEar-earJ,}a|nch-b9l«d.«ff ear, like Et«jear ribs, black paint or pitch ; one ewe, top off the off' ear,, branded like XF with pitch ob rump, like reversed Q red paint off ribs : one brown draagltt fi!Iy, Uttle white on near fore foot, two hind feet white, star cm forehead; rope on neck, bfandejl Ba»^9««»u'^»eck j ^pno-farown entire i&}f£ liplle f htt^^ ojT §lnd-&otj-lind off eye, no brand visible, Xf&ot claimed, will be sold, March. IB, at no-m. JAMESTOWN (nearest Poeti0ffiw,^*me towD) section 45M, Hundred Belalie, William Sargenti JPonndkeeper. — One red bullock, bl'tch on rff rnmp, white ster on~f.ee. no brands visible; one red and whi...

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Miscellaneous Items. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 27 February 1880

MiscellaneotisTtenrf. As to the latest fashion ic furniture, a Wew York paper haaAhict 'Different chamber aeta are atvownla br«?s^p maple; ash inlaid with marquetriei bntteriiut with moldines of ebony anapaoeu-ot aanganaQmsn. ^a.n oia usnioa revived uTa set of solid nahoganj^ consistine cf» ftmr-pcat tester bedstead, elaborately carve 3 with cornice, and curuick «f ^Irabjute tamtnfed^rith ippl'qae bands. Tbe bureau i» bi^h #ud square, swing mtrror,'*tand ^pnr depp drawers with bra»» bandies.*' ' .;? « ? The following from tbe Scientific AmcricCA of Octobtriast (if authentic) -s rather starilrisgi - —A-ate nnmber of the Walla Walla (Watt - ington ~'5V)r»feorT) ssys: — Tbe question ia fre qujntly asked, what doe* it cost to raise wheatin the great valley of Walla Wsjla f After a care fnl-enqairy we ad'duce thie/oSowing answer : — It er«U about'l %l 90e. per acre to pWngb, sow and seedf: %\ 2Sc to *u* aad head, and ?boot ?c petbashpl lo.'tbresh and sack it. This includes wsge», board, ...

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Curious Properties of the Number 9. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 27 February 1880

Curious Properties of the number 9. fcY GXOBGB XASDDir. filTK&lltnHr. probably no number has received more attention than the. one we are about to notice. Many of tbe properties belonging to the num ber 9 roust, to tbe uninitiated, annear little anon ot mysterious; things which may be accepted as true, but wbich scarcely admit of a attiefacto'rv explanation. Now, potbicg could be* farther from the tratb ; all that is necessary to a proper understanding of the whole being merely an ordinary knowlegejof our present system of notation. This a eulject too mnbh neglected by many arithmeticians, and it is a painfulfsotthatnine-teitthsofourso-calledclerer ?'? counters' are in ignorance of all but the nerest elementary principlfs of one of the most ingenious methods of numeration which it aeeros possible to devise. Should the present article nduce some of your arithtne'ical wadera to pi*e-the [general subject that share of ?attention which undoubtedly ir deserves I shall rorsijiermy...

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