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Hallett District Council. MONDAY, AUGUST 26. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 30 August 1878

Hallett District Coitncil, MONDAY. AUGUST 25. Present t — Mr. Brayley, Chairman i Cra. Parry, Thorn*?, Windsor, DunsUi^' and HilL Correspondence from Guarantee Society, AtfnrnpT-Annontl. Thna. Hosier. 'Wm. Bare and Pohlner. From J. Ko»s tendering resigna tion at a Councillor for Wil'ogoleecSi Ward (accepted). . ... Accounts, from Obiemer- and Chronicle advertising, and from Nailsworth re Wood Beserv*. Mr. Rosier, ta hi retained as Counsel as gs, per agreement. Clerk to notify him. Clerk to prepare assessment sheet. . Rihlaer'a letter re. G .m, aoA«£a not enter tained. Clerk to obtain qptnrm from Mr. Hosier re quorum, of Council. Cferk reported Mr. Briwn duly elected- as a Councillor for Cartapoo Ward.

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Legislative Council Election. NOMINATION, AUGUST 26. ELECTION, SEPTEMBER 10. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 30 August 1878

Legislative Council Election. KOXQUTIOX, XVOBSf 26. ELECSIOK SEPTE3DEB. 10. Bflirijuj Memless. BonairT.Sl.ler ' Tho*. Eiglish ' W. Storrie ' W. Everard Candidates. Hy. Scott R. -Vanghin R. I»glebv A B. Murray C. B., Young J. Pic-k^rin-; J. llod-ki«3 J. B. Sperce A. Campbell W. E-. Scott

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Black Springs District Council. SATURDAY, AUGUST 24. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 30 August 1878

Black Springs District Council. S A TTTJ?T- IV A TT/1TT3T 9-1 Present r— CliMrman, Crs. E^ing and Wooil Bisn. Minu'e* of last meeting read and confirmed. Two tenders fir work belwesn Cr. King's and the Emu Hotel. W. Carter and A Worby. As W: Carter only tendered for part of the work A. Worby's tender was accepted, £34 Ss. 9-1. Kesolvel that Council in future, meet the last Saturday in every month. Payments, £2 4s. 3d.

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CORRESPONDENCE. HALLETT, AUGUST 26. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 30 August 1878

CORRESPONDENCE. (Prom our own Correspondents), HALLETT-ArousT 26. Hallett is very lively with travellers going through every day. Oar bete noir, Brown's Crossing, is I hear going to be put in repair. It is to be hoped all the other disgraceful crossings made by toe railway authorities on the road are also repaired before the wool begins to pass down. A rather serious accident bappano 1 te Miss Windsor cf this place. She was riding a rather flighty young tl- ing, only thiee times ridden before, and in the township, giving it a out with the whip, the animal bucked and threw its rider nearly on her head. It is to be hoped she was not much hurt. She was picked up nearly stunned. A kind neighbour drove her home. Mr. Richard Hannaford'e boarding and eat ing house is ne&rly finished. It ha* been greatly delayed throngh t-.e late tempestuous weather nine feet sheets of iron being awsward customers to handle in a gale of wind. I hear a petition is going round for the com mutation of ...

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New Wesley an Schoolroom. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 30 August 1878

New 'Wesley an Schoolroom. As announced in our last isEue the Kev. II. T. Bureess of Jcipunds preached three times in tha Wesleyan Church Kooringi on Snnday last. The congreg«t:ons, especially that of the even iiyw «n- l*rj« rn.nA vrestlv eni.ived the mini* trs/ions 01 tbe preacher, wno was iisteoed to with mu-ch pleajsare by ell present. On Monday afternoon before four o'clock, a' number of per sons assembled, and at that hour the Rev. B. W. Campbell, standing at the foundation of the new building, gave out a hymn which was sang, engtaen oaUedj upon Rev. If. T. Burgess to engage h» prayer. Mr. Holder was then asked to read a statement' as to the contents of tbe battle deposited: under the stona, which being Mrs. Bj-use was introduced, and the stone being lowered to its place, she declared it duly Uirt with the nsual formula. Rev. Mr. Campbell then asked for donations, to be. laid on (he stone the result being a collection of ovtr £2i. At the tea foltewing'that' ceremony there was a...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 30 August 1878

DEATH. WILLIAMS.— On the 27th of August, Herbert Newton son of Mr. J. Williams, of Kooringa, of bronchitis. Aged 4 months.

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

HP O ST3, a ? AiYfftM* BALE near BauW ?XTyKf U V Apply JOHN B03W0BTH, BiFerton. n I ® §1 S ..'3 * |3 -O Z\ ml n & d (SI 0 ... kip «£ hi eta j ho -/) ^|j m j Q ^M fl A O . {I 0. «si. i , si ? f so 4 i * 1%, J. T. WALKER, &W Wholesale 8$ Retail Boot $ Shoe Maker, BDEEA BTJEBA BOOT FACTORY, COMMERCIAL STREET, KOORINQA. ? o ? A Large Stock of Colonial Boots and Shoes Always on hand. ? o ? Trade supplied at Moderate Prices. Repairs neatly executed. Orders promptly attended to. Prices Low. W. ANDERSON, Wholesale and Retail Boot and Shoe Maker, COMMERCIAL-STREET, KOORINGA. ? ' -» A. LARGE STOCK OF ENGLISH AND COLONIAL MADE BOOTS AND SHOE ALWAYS ON HAND. ? » Tbade Sotpued at Moderate Pbices. BifaIBs Nsaxet Executed. Oedebs Pbomptu Attended to. CHARLES C. WILLIAMS (LATE WILUAM BUILDER), IRONMONGER AND TINSMITH, KOOBINOA. IRONMONGERY of every description on hand. TINWARE Manufactured on the Premises. The TRADE Supplied. STATIONS Liberally Dealt wi*. AU Sorts of PLOUGH FITTINGS...

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Under the Verandah. "Whatever men do, or think, or seem, Our motley paper seizes for its theme." [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 30 August 1878

Under the Verandah. ' Whatever men do, or think, or seem, Our motlev tinner seizes for its theme.' [from Jcvesal] MvBunkum having read my paragraph on Cyprus last week, has written me a letter from which I extract the following, which mag. be meant for fluterv : — Canon Kineslev eavs history is a eubjeet of which he has read much and knows little. It is a subJ3Ct, too, of which the lesfr a man knows the more competent he i« to write upon it. Sir Walter RaWgh never ventured upon his *' History of the World' till he was shut up in the Tower, where he could not help himself to books of reference! gtRk4£-en he did such good work -that he de stroyed it inthe intefiSSJof those who might otherwise have read it and not' ' K06-W^,any-_ thing at all. Ta assert that history can be instructive is to deny that man is an ass — which is absurd, . . _. . ? : ? . An irascible old gentleman, who formerly held the position of county court judge, wag recently accosted in the street by a youth ia a mann...

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

[ADTKETI8EJ£BKT.] I Bnrra Bnrra RossitaL, SIES — Unless some kind ef notice is taken of Mr. Lipsett'e eSasion in your lost issue, the public will probably take that gentle man at lila own raluatioD,. and believe binv when he «ays ' I deem it my duty to state tho fccte.' Mr. Iitpgett hss so mired- up twe di&reot phases of his being, viz., E. Lipeett, draper^ etc., Koorings, and Jaaiestown, 'aud E'. Lipsett, E*-j., J.P., Mayor of Burra that it will be as wed to dinde the two, aud deil with each separately. In his private capacity (I snppoee) he says, I subscribed £5 the Bret year, eta, cts,, and- h made up my. mind not to subscribe again to the institution.' What a farce subscribing to the Hospital must be if Dick, Tom and Harry, irrespective of a subscription can send in what patients they choose. Under this phase I imagine an order upon Mr. L. woald share the same late as if it came from one of those historical persjnages. It must be in. the second capacity- that he 'dares t...

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Open Column. To the Editor of the Record. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 30 August 1878

Open Column. The Editors do not hold themselves respon sible for the opinions expressed in this column. To the Editor of the llecord. Sees — Will you allow me, in your next number, to congratulate Mr. Lipsett on the ible and temnerdte manner in which he has Struct at tbe various oflicials of the hospital ; and ia which, having struck, he awaits a declaration of war ? I have no desire to accept Mr. Lipsett'e challenge, but I do wish to return the blame which he so kindly places on my shoulders. Tour correspondent states that, 'if blame rests anywhere it is with the surgeon to whom my note was sent.' The note in question did not rc^ch me at all, but as I was the medical officer in charge for the week, I suppose the blame to ba intended for me. Hence- this letter. Cases of emergency may be admitted to the hospital at any time by the surgeons, but I fail to see that that regulation justifies a non subset iber in giving an absolut* order for admission. Tbe case about which this little br...

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

BUSINESS ' DIRECTORY. 10s. per 'quarter, 2s. discount if paid in advance. AUCTIONEERS. LISTON, SHAKES & CO., Kooringa COLES & GOODCHLLD, Kooringa BUTCHERS. IL AUSTIN, Aberdeen. C. OHLMEYER, Kooringa. C. and E. GEBHABDT, Aberdeen. BIKER. F. GEBHARDT, Kooringa. BOOTMAKERS. W. ANDERSON, JKlooringa. CORN DEALERS. J. BOACH, Burra MilL DRAPERS. GOLDSWOBTHY BBOS., Kooringa. INSURANCE COMPANIES. AUSTRALIAN MUTUAL PROVI DENT.— A. H. Fordeb. COLONIAL MUTUAL. — F. W. HOLDEB. SOUTH BRITISH FIRE INSUR ANCE. — F. W. Holdeh. MACHINISTS. STATTON.& HENDERSON, Kooringa. STOBEKEEPERS. DREW & CO., Kooringa. GENERAL BUSINESS. FARMS JFOR SAI£. SADDLEWOBTH f^rtA ACRES GOOD LAND, ull plough L-/yU »blp- Comfortable House, plenty of Water and Timber bandy. t(\C\ ACBES adjoining the Township LU/O 'known as Edgeloes. Comfortable Huiue, plenty of -Water. A handy little Farm. BELALIE. I QfS ACRES within 2 miles from James L«/l/ t -wn known as Simmons, all plough - l ,le except 15 ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 30 August 1878

CROWDED OUT.—We are unable few     find room for our leader this week through press of other matter, some of which has already stood over for some- time. Rev. Charles Clark. — The fame of the Rev. Charles Clark as a lecturer has long since reached Burra, but by hear- say alone was he or were his great lec- tures known ; however, on Thursday last, after some days of expectation and anticipation the Burra public had the opportunity they had sought, and a very large audience assembled in the Insti- tute Hall (in which some extra seats had been arranged) to hear "Clark upon   Dickens," and we venture to say that all went away delighted with what they had heard, and truly an evening of greater interest has rarely been spent in those rooms. Whether we refer to the lecture or the sketches introduced from Dickens's writings, the matter and manner were alike of a high character ; perhaps the best recital being "The Friendly Waiter," which was rendered i...

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Midland Road Board. RIVERTON, TUESDAY, AUGUST 27. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 30 August 1878

Midland Road Board. RIVERTON. TUESDAY, AUGUST 27. Present — H. T. Morris, Esq. Chairman, and Commissioners Bowden, Kelly, and Captain   Killicoat. The Superintending Surveyor J. Morris, and Secretary J. Rhead. MINUTES The minutes of last meeting were read and confirmed, and the Chairman explained that the date of meeting had been altered to that   day owing to his engagement in Adelaide on the previous Tuesday, and thanked the other members for their acquiscence in the arrange- ment. DEPUTATIONS.   Mr. Dow Chairman of Hanson District Council waited on the Board to request that some necessary repairs might be put in hand between Hanson and McMahon's corner. If the Surveyor would come up he would show him over the worst places. The Surveyor stated that he knew the places mentioned and that £118 stood to the credit of the road from last appropriation. The Chairman said the matter would be reported on, and attended to at once. CORRESPONDENCE. From ...

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Local Court Redruth. FRIDAY, AUGUST 23. [Before Mr. J. Varley S.M., and Messrs. Butterworth and Lewis, J.P.'s [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 30 August 1878

Local Court Redrutb. Fbibat, August 2& [Before Mr J. Varley S.M., and Messrs. Butt-Jrworth and Lewis, J.P.'s Pinch v: Bubea District Council. — Appeal ajai'-st assessment- . District Councl consented to a reductien of the aasesment from £\ia\oP.un [Mr. J. D. CaveiP- He.'e t6ok'tb&- phce ,??' aft1. JBurferworth]. Short t. Peiuce £31 la. 10 J.. f r work and labor as as a mason. Afjoumed ? ill next Court d,*v.. M-. Davis for plaintiff1; Mr. Hosier f -r defendant. Paica t. For. — Summons, for rfc-v-Ty of a tenement — rent claimed as due £& Us. EV-zt Priot, vriduw, examined knew de-L Cendant Jet ? Louae to hw wife 2Sid Ds-cembvr iart ar 2»: 'per week on a verbs! agreement. She l-iid £1 for 10 weeks in advance and it was taken for 10 vetk* only nitiee to quit was given tk-f-re the cxoira'iim of 10 week*. Defendant does not occupy it now. TTud-r these circumstances de,endent not 'being the oocupier according to plintifT own testimony the case failed and plain! iff w...

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Hanson District Council. MONDAY, AUGUST 26 [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 30 August 1878

Hanson District Council MONDAY, AUGUST 26   ««*Present:- «Crs. Dow (Chairman), Rogers and Goodridge. Two applications f or Stationman, John Cowan appointed at 7s. 6«. per day. - No reply having been received from Surveyor General relative to boundary rgad Oversser was instructed to fence or fill up, dangerous places near Iron Mine.       Letter from Commissioner Crown Lands refusing gift of another allotment for Council Chamber as No. 94, Daviestown had already^ been given.   Tenders to be called for building new   Chamber and Stable at Davies. Old Chamber to be sold by auction in Dec-   ember.           Stones to be raked in on new road near   Prvdes, and roller hired for it, and new work. near Cross roads.     Circular received from Destitute Board ad vising care in recommending cases &...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 6 September 1878

Fur Money. Skins of wild animals cured constitute pnp of tlie earliest fonns of currency known,' and are not yet 4^nsgd in some portions of the world- In the transact tions of the Hudson's Bay Company with the TVifUfliiR, the unit of value by which the price of other articles is reckoned, is $e begver skin, Attempts at a bidermatJLQ currency, which BkouJil likewise include the skins of othei's, Uaya always failed. Other skins, such as those ot the marten, the Arctic fox: and others pass readily in Northern commerce, but their ratio of value is always jleijerinined by the beaver skin. SofEalo Skins. Buffalo hnn|ing in Texas is now at its height. Ij'|s estfnjafed thai; $Q9fiOQ animals will be slaughtered before the seasQn is over. The skins of the ahinials are worth 50 to 90 cents a-peice on the spot, and the carcasses are left to perish. Could nothing be done to transport this good meat, now utterly wasted, to places where it would form a welcome adpLition to the food supply ? Norjre...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 6 September 1878

M^ J, T. WALKER, 5^ Wivohsale % Retail Boot 8$ Siwe Mdker, BDEBA BIIERA BOOT fAOTOET, COMMERCIAL STREET, K O O R I N G A A Large Stock of Colonial Boots ^nd Shoes Always on hand. Trade supplied at Moderate Prices. Eepaii-s neatjy executed. Orders promptly attended to. Peices Low. W. ANDERSON, Wholesale aud Retail Boot and Shoe Maker, QOSffiBSERCIAL-STftEET, KQORINCA. A LAKGS STOCK OF EXGLISII AXD COLONIAL MADE BOOTS AKD SaOE ALWAYS ON HAKD. ? j* ? ? ? Thade Srrrr.iFD at Modeuate Petcks. Bep^ius Keatlt Execdted. Oi.DEIiS P BOHPIxr AlTEXVSp TO. CHARLES C. WIIiLIdMS (LATE WILLIAM DUILDER), IRONMONGER AND TliSrSMITH, ^s: o €2 xs- ibst o-.^. IROSMOXGERY of cve-y d^cription on hsnd, TlAWAllK Mt^ufactuivd on the Pieaiiees. Toe TKADK Su:i..li.d. Ui'AliONS Liberally Dealt with. jbli S .its ot PLOUGH FITTINGS in Sto ck. FIRE 1. RMS and AMMUMlIOK. GLiSi a Special Line. AGENT FOR JAMES MARTIX & CO., MACHINISTS, GAWLER. Proprietor of tYe ? BURRA TINWARE MANUFACTORY, EDWAltD WILLCOCKS, MA...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 6 September 1878

STALLIONS. Mercury. mnOBOUGHBRED Stallion, dark bay I Horse, black points, brec by G. C. Hawker, Efq., by ' Htnestish' (imported), oat of 'Luecretitt Borgia' by 'Fisherman' (imported), out of ' Black Jack' (imported). It will be seen by the above that ' Mercury' ie bred on both sides from the stoutest and best staying blood ever imported to this colony. Will ferre a limited number of Mares at Brdcfcot, Gum Creek, Gum Crt-ek, yiiitlng the Burra once a week, via Cross Roads, end returning by Copperhouee and Shafton. Terms. — £3 3s. Splended paddocks at Braefoot %*. 6J. per week, without responsi bility. PETES COUCff, Braefoot, Gum Creek. Robinson Crusoe. THIS Draught Entire Horse will travel the Hundreds of Oumbowie, Terowie, and Tongdlr, cotamen.iDg about the middle of August. 1'troip, £2 12 i. 6J-, groomage included. For further particulars, see cards. ALFRED COON, Jrroprietor, Gumbowie. Biucher. fJlHIS Wellbred Draught Entire Colt wil JL serve a limited number cf Marcs at the FARM ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 6 September 1878

STALLIONS. Yoipig Emperor; r; a Suffolk Punch. lie is a dark bay with black pointy got by Old Emperor out of Duchtss, Duchess by. Old Emperor out of Empress (both imported). Tliis splendid entire will travel this season in BaldiEa Hundred. p. noyEYcnuECH,

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Wire Driving Bands. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 6 September 1878

Wire Driving Bands. German manufacturers are always alive to anything cheap, andliave lately introduced a new production, viz., driving straps made of wire twisted spirally together. These certainly cost much less than leather ; whether they grip the pulleys as wejl^ and transport die same amount of power, and to what extent the wire wears the surface of the pulley are items, however which ex perience must decide.

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