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

ELECTION a JTICES. ELECTORS OF SOUTH AUSTRALA. A LTHOUGrSr. MR. HENEY SCOTr, J\_ whj hss ben propose'! by 450 Electors lor the Legislative Council, is well Lnown to mo't pr-r^nns iijterrsterl In AGIIICULTUEAI,, MIKING, AJSTD PASTORAL PELtSUITS. IS A sletehan!-. Bank D-r-'ctor, St-siBbrr of the Chamber of Msaufacfur^.-, Chairman e-f the Chamber of Cotnaierce, ur.d Slajor of Aieiaide. Observe the litscr.il views isartes.'d in his published Address. ¥©TE FOR SEXEY SCOTT, Placing a J£ oppoA'c his name— SeOTT3 HEIftY [X] legislative Gouncil Eleotion. TO THE ELECTORS - JiT? South Australia. f*i EJTTLEHEST— As b Cindidate for tlie \JC honor of representing you in the Legis laiive Council I consider it tny duly to state my opinion on several Ifsding questions now essaying public stf ention. ItEFiEM OP T1I-S CoNSTirUTIOK ACT. — Prorision should be nssde f*r a portion of tbe Le2's!at;.v3 Csuncil to retire whenever in con jeq'ionce of an impo tant eJjffijreace of opinion between botU Houses of...

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Repeal of Nock's Act. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 6 September 1878

Repeal of If ock's jrlcjt. ' To response to invitation by'^)oa^B^flS-oiit 70: pcreens eesercbled in ihe Burm.Insiittite S%i on Friday «rening Jasfc jto^cjoBige^ tiio qu. itiou of Sundey.cloang ofjjiiblic 3-om^ v llie Matob «aid-*e'lia.ai,t)!fanre-j«eetedlto talte the rfwir, jandVfead w-ueent^t)ecMise)he moreajent had lits iteartg fi^opatbjr. 8b «a| only sorry that Hoc£'iJA«f badnottonefqrther sassto prevent ibtt-^imd^f^e ja,.3ia.^o»t imVe imp »S5-b!p *ach-clufie ss ^?«, from the ^Ity Jo Bay or K-rt to tg/& ttrwfc^ 3fe»t inly i» but it woti'd be ?et!ir£ a vrry !---i i.t- c:3 i?t ? for one Parliament to iepPEil the a:-t- -f i!s predecessor without it havi: g had s f»ir t::sl or being proved use'es?. \ Kev. K. W. CiirrB-LT, rn- r.J— e;Tfist in the opinion of tl-is nit-cinij NmVj Act li?s not Lad a fa?r trial, that no vs'i.i r«=on h-s been adduced for its repeal, and ili^t tliis m--e1:- ; ing views with surprise and rejre-t the ciJV.rt to rcpe.il it.' Noi-k'a Act had a'trsc-fed ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 13 September 1878

Bajger for the Detection of Fraud An. American chemist has invented a- method of preparing paper, so that if touched with any of the chemicals which which are used by the perpetrators of cheque and note frauds, to get rid of tlie figures or writing, it becomes so stained as to render detection certain. A large number of chemicals are ve quired in order to defeat clever manipu lators, and the process is rather expen sive. The paper is already used in the United States. STALLIONS. Tlie Claimant. TUTS Powerful Draught Entire will trawl the Baldry District this seaeDii, and will. stand at. M*. Giles*. TVrms, £2 5s. For further particulars apply to, C. 11, GOODE & CO., Ilfizsleigh, 9 6-3 SdddJeworth. Young Emperor. IS a Suffolk Punch. He ia & dark bay with black points, got by Old Emperor out of l)i:clie£S, Duchess by Oid Emueror out of Empress (bath imported). This splfiidid entire will travel this season in Baldi&a Hundred. p. HoyErcHtTRcir. Robinson Crusoe. THI...

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PAISLEY SHAWLS. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 13 September 1878

PAISLEY SHAWLS. These exquisite productions depend for their beauty upon the contrast of colours and artistic design. In most o'»kpk tli R uTiiremil curvature of the nine is the leading characteristic of the ornamentation, tliis being one of the few forms combining firmness and decision, with a certain graceful curva ture; but elegant patterns entirely destitute of the pine curve are now abundant, and we have handsome white crimson, and coloured shawls, crape shawls of flowered embroidery ; aud figured satin shawls which have the novelty of having the colour thrown in upon the ground, so as to disguise it in the centre in the same manner as in the border of the shawl. Some are made with alternate stripes of primrose and lavender, or of crimson and green, interspersed by similar interspaces of a black ground, in fine combination. Some very curious striped silks are in alternate brilliant stripes of plain ground and figure, in which a substitution of warp actually takes place in worki...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 13 September 1878

A PATER FOS TOE BURUA AND THE NORTE-EAST. BURRA, FKIDAV, SEPXEUBEB 13, IST8.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 13 September 1878

BALL DRESSES. The last new idea in Paris for a ball dress is to have the skirt very tight round the hips and at the bottom in front, but very extended at the back. Hound the bottom of this skirt there are a few puffed bows of crepe, with violets or peach blossom; for instance,, if this skirt is of pink failee, there would be a tunic, princess shape, of pink China erepe over it, and this is drawn up at the side with broad satin ribbon and little tufts of flowers. Tlie tunic is edged with gold lace. Tlie bodice, cuirasse shape, is round and low, with lace berthe, and tufts offloweis which appear to hold and fix the Lice. Ostrich feather and violets in the hair complete the costume. ? ? ? ARTIFICIAL FLOWERS. Paris has always been famed for the manufacture of artificial Soweis, and it has of late made astonishing progress, so much so, that it as become difficult to distinguish between a bouquet made up of the productions of nature and one due to the resources of art. A writer in Truth s...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 13 September 1878

Notes on Dress, &c. XEW DEES3 MATERIAL?. The material, says a Paris -;onice. which has since its introduction last March been designated as mousseline de lain gauze, alnie gauze, and wool grenadine, is now called voile de nonne, the tissue being in pale blue, drab, grey, and lavender, but o£ the same texture as that worn in black by convent sisters. It is already nmeh employed for drapery on the cross*, for scarfs' and for flowing garments to be worn at the saddle. It is likewise embroidered, and as it is very supple, will bs preferred to foulard.

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Hallett District Council. MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 9. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 13 September 1878

Hallett District Council. -MVwbav. Skfiekbeb 9. Present* — Meun. Brayiey (Chairman), Thomas, Windsor, Brown, Doactaa, «nd Harry. Minnies of last meetioff ntA and confirmed. Returning Officer reported Mr. F. Schaltz returned u ? Councillor for WiOogoleech Warf. Cortsopondenee from Korth Midland Boad Board, T. H. Homer, and J. D. Cara. ' Accounts {torn Bnsseil (passed), anl Fearae and Hodges (to be returned for attentions) ? Assessment Sheet* confirmed said signed* September 2Srd fixed es Ay to lwarappeeli. Besolred tint Hallett District Council be willing wi-h regard to Mr. J.D.Gm-expeBse* as Secretary for the late Babbit Deputation, to bear their share in law proportion with nil the other Councils concerned in ttw laf^ dapntation. She deputation bom this diSnelfl paid their cvn exper-ses £2 2s. each. -: Babbit rate declswd of one shilling in the ponnd. Price per I00ecalps,&nd ciesoriptioa of scalp requited to lie adrertised a fbrbusht from date. Scalps to be reeewed only bom...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 13 September 1878

BUSINESS DIRECTORY, 10a. per quarter, 2s. disconnt if paid in advance. AUCTIONEERS. LISTON, SHAKES & CO., Kooringa .COLES & GOODCHILD, Kooringa BUTCHERS, R. AUSTIN, Aberdeen. C. OHLMEYER, KooHr=g=_ ^' C. and R GEBHARDT. Aberdeen, BAKER. FT QEBHARDT, Koorbga, BOOTMAKERS. W. AlfDERSON, Kooringa, CORK DEALERS, «F. ROACH, Burra MilL DRAPERS. GOLDSWQRTHY BROS., Kooringa. IKSUBAKCE COMPANIES. AUSTRALIAN MUTUAL PRO Vk DENT. — A. H. Foebee. COLONIAL MUTUAL. — F. W. HOLDER. ., SOUTH BRITISH FIRE ' INSUR* ASTCE.— F. W. Holder. MACHINISTS. STATTON & HENDERSON, Kooringa. STOREKEEPERS, DREW & CO., Kooringa. GENERAL BUSINESS. FARMS FOR SALE. SADDLEWORTH QAA ACRES GOOD LAND, nil plough O/wU »'^(-- Comfortable House, plenty of Woicr and Timber handy. 1 AO ACRES aHjvning the Township WJ/C known as E 'g--loef-. Comfortable jiuu.e, p'.cnty of Water. A handy li.tle $\mn. ^ BELALIE. ? -? QA ACRES within 2 milua from Jimrs X«/J t «i k-jown as «' all plough- I ' ?!# ? »cep:...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 13 September 1878

TO WOOLGROWERS. LUXMOORE'S WOOL WAREHOUSES Gilbert Place, Adelaide. ESTABLISHED 1857. LUXMOORE & GO. BEO to intimate to the WOOLGROWRBS OF SOUTH AUSTRALIA that their zorst -vcrooa&i sat.ti )f the present Season will take place eariv in October, and SALES by PUBLIC AUCTION will be bddoneadi THURSDAY following throughout the Season. Their NEW WOOL WAREHOUSES Recently completed are capable of receiving- nptnids of tJSOO tales, snd have been specudly constructed for the reception and storage of Wool. The SAMPLING and SALE BOOHS, lighted on the mast approved system, arc expresdy designed for he EiuiBmos and sale of Wool, thus affording unsurpassed f—aitap* for inspecting tac lots either in aanuTa xi bulk. L. & Co. act as SELLING BROKERS on Commission only, and as KON-PEODXJCEBS are in a, posa&n o devote their impartial efforts to further the interests of their employers. Careful valuations are made before the sales of every lot, no matter how small. Wool o...

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THE HOSPITAL. To the Editor of the Record. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 13 September 1878

THE HOSPITAL. Sfe^e Editor of the Record. Sib— It seems xo me tins discussion is not one of principle but of parfy. I .believe the real ground of complaint on Mr. Lipsett 'e ptf?, on this and other occasions to he Me men rather than the means. The question for the public to consider, (and I, as one of tbe public, care nothing for Mr Lipsett's or aay one else's private quarrel*) , is How can the Hospital be best conducted ? By the present Board, or by Mr. Lipsett's guid ing spirit. Mr. Lipsett and a quorum of cyphers ready to do their biddirg ? If anyone has doubts on this subject, let him take steps to have a fresh election next je«w. I am, Sir, SUBSCRIBER. Aberdeen, September 12, 1878.

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To the Editor of the Record. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 13 September 1878

2b the Editor of the Record. Ssb — £n your last issue I noticed that a meeting of young men had been held at the Commercial Hotel to form- a Cricket Club. Is not this the first step towards such b.bite as Nock's Act, about which we bear eo much, is intended to diminish £ The next will be a dinner after a match, and so on. If there were no other plaoca more suitable, I would not object, but in a town like ours, with an Insti tute which is a credit to the place, it is a pity tbat out young men do not bold their meeting* in one of tbe Committee Booms at the Insti tute, which, are intended for that very purpose and which would not cost eo much as tbe drink that is taken at the hotel. Trusting the bint will be-taken, I am, &C, SOBRIETY.

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Burra Institute. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 13 September 1878

Burra Institute. O ie of the first places to attract the atten. tion o I visitors to the Town is the Institute f- tan ling as it does, at the mam entrance to Konringa, on an eminence, and possessing a g o I bold front to the roadway. It augurs wei for the future of the colony that in every eentr ) of population we find the residents se.-ure to themselve the advantages of a Horary as on e of the first township belongings, for nett to the public schools of the province we T*i\r d Instiiatet with their reading rooms and libraries' as the b«t mental educators of the pwpK Becognuing their value our Govern m*»t has long supported largely out of its f i «i)i not only a central Institute but also one i i any part of the country distriets where any nose to establish it, and so in the general ei Ublifehment of Institutes which commenced a number of years since Burra was not behind fie other provincial towns in seeking her own w rlfare. Some of onr readers may remember the first 1 i-stitute bu...

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Mount Bryan District Council SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 7. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 13 September 1878

Mount Bryan District Council SaTTJKDAY. 8SPTKEBZB 7. Present :— Messrs. TicUe (chairman), W. Thomas, JT. Harry, C. Diwaon,*od W. Watt*. Minutes of last meeting n*d wdanntanea. Motion by Cr. Watts that awwmwit be ' lowered, tost byyoleof Chwrmah. Chairman reported JBL OoQin^S eobiaet So. I eaiismebirilj owapfcted. F«ssed £-c pcy-- ment*. . * ' .; *^' . . Oversea of SKbAito inspect xoadby -Xowm.*« and wport oksatne. Cuutinl wBliiig io gnu* f23«. (.* *'*:-*3 . 71 lett Pistiict Council rore mm) tJ Mr. 3. O. C t .s towards his expenses, &., as secre ta y to i ibbit deputation. The ate deputation from the district to I A Idaide paid their expenses to torn, £3 3s each mam bcr. | Resoir ed that the district have a »ahhit rate. j An amendment by Cr. Watts th.t the rate ?land or er for a time. Lost. Cr.lhomas empowered to let jib on piece 0 f road betwen Skew's and Harry's, ten., sec tions. Cr. Harry to let repairs to Ullmana's 1 »rd. Overseer of Works to inspect and k-t picca of road...

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Open Column. INSTITUTE LIBRARY. To the Editor of the Record. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 13 September 1878

Open Column. The Editors do not bold themselves respon sible for the opinions expressed in this column. INSTITUTE LIBBAEY. To the Editor of the, Record. Sib — It is a frequent complaint that there are not enough books in tbe Institute Library to supply the popular taste, and a conetant cry is made for more new ones. While allowing that new new books are not only delightful but also indispeuBible. I would point out to readers that many old books in shabby covers contain a vast deal that would employ agreeably leisure hours, and it is hardly fair to a young and straggling institution to expect it to supply the rapid wants of young readers by fresh importations while it posseses upon its shelves works which are quite as well calculated to please them, except that ther are many of them not written only for the cay, and that then exterior is uninviting. I would also suggest to readers to be more careful of the books, they much too soon become soiled and torn, snd the new ones speedily be...

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Rev. R. W. Campbell and the "Advertiser." [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 13 September 1878

Bev. B. W. Campbell and the ?- Advertiser.' A Urge and enthusiastic meeting assembled in the Burra Institute on Wednesday to hear Mr Campbell's reply to the Advertiser's article upon which we commented last w.-efr. There mail rare oeen over lou gentlemen present, and Mr. Campbell evidently carried the sym pathy of bis auditory with him? VT The Matob atate.1 that he had been asked to preside and g'adly did eo though he regretted the necessity for the meeting. Mr. Campbell hmd ban «ntM»-r«Jwttcd, and attacked, by a paper which claimed to )»? respdctaUe, in an article whose type was lev, and style tiemora. luring ; and whose tone tli.l not speak wel: for the writer. lie was not there to defend Mr. Campbell for he was quite able to take care of himself, but he would express his regret that stnee the death of John Ile.rry Birrow, and Wm. rJarcns the leading articles had eo sunk in itjle. It was right tiie Editor should k-iow that this was the opinion of the public and understand that the...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 13 September 1878

BIRTH. RICHARDSON.— On the 15th August, at the Miner's Arms, Kooringa, the wife of Thomas Richardson of a son.  

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 13 September 1878

MEDIG4L. g~1 n ATEJFULi^rjCP MFO3SIT *?*& ?'-'??-*?_?'? 'BREAKFAST.' i;;:i;i : :' ? ??' ;- . ? 'By a thorough knowledgeof the natoniHawa. ? which goycm H»e operations of j3ige6ti(TO and, nutrition, and by a corof.il npplicatipn of the fineproporliesofwell-eeicctefl cocoa, Mr. Eppe lias provided ? oar brentfiiBl tables with a delir- ' caU-Ij flavoured beverage which may save «ib. many heavjdodore'Mlls. itiBhythejndiciouB - . use of such articles of, diet that a constitution; tosy be^taddallf built up until fitrong*iiongfa to reeieteres^tendency to disease. .'Hundreds of* subtle maladies are floaUng around o« ready to- attack wherever Uiere is Wwealrpolnt. %V«.:' may ;fscape-mntty^B. fatal AmMJbj keeping' ourselres well fon|Sed with, pure blood and s, properly nodmbeft SB«infe.'^ee'arUcle Id the dcil Sendee Gazeltfr Made simply wiOi boling water or milk. * -Sold only in packet* (tins for abroad),, 1 labeUed:-r-- , 4 JAMES EE*S & &0., 0PU-SPPATUIG CHEMISTS, 48, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 13 September 1878

^ J, T. WALKER,!^ Wlnolesah §? Retail Boot $_ Shoe Makers BDERA BTTRRA BOOT FACTORY, COMMERCIAL STREET, KOORItf&A. 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 Lp\& W. ANDERSON, Wholesale and Retail Boot and Shoe Maker, COMMERCIAL-STREET, KOORlNCA. A LARGE STOCK OF ENQLISO AND COLONIAL MADE BOOTS AKD SHOE ALWAYS ON HAN JV ? * ? — Te&bs SrEPMtB at Moderate Pbices. Bep^tes Seatlt Executed. OfcMUS PBOMPTLT AlTEKDED TO. Just reeeived a Large Stocfc of LADIES' LASTING IKiOTSj Latest Style, CHARLES C. WILLIAMS (LATE WILLTAM BUILDER^ IRON3IONGER AND TINSM1TU, KOOKIWQ-A. IKOSif OXG ERY of cve-7 description on liBnd. TISiWAIlK Minufuetured on tbe E^cJiises. lue TRADE Su.snliid. ' Si-AliOA'S Lilwra'ly D»lt with. . .-., ; . AU S-rte ot PDOUGH FITTINGS % Sto^k. - FLEE & BUS and AMMCAilllOfiT.' GLlSS a Special lane.' AGENT FQ&JAMfiS MARTIJ...

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PATENT STOCKING SUSPENDER [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 13 September 1878

PATENT STOCKING SUSPENDER 2fow that what- may be termed the hygiene of dress is being popularly taught, it is clearly seen that very grave errors have been long i)ersisted in many details, especially m those relative to ladies apparel'. The use of garters is very prejudical to health, and causes, it is now known, in many cases serious injury to the legs, for the tight ness of the ligature is niost hurtful to the limb, and of course garters cannot be jvorn to any purpose unless extremely tight. Mr. W. J. Almond, of little Britain, London, has, however, by his clever ife^eking suspender, entirely obviated the . evil in question, aud j enabled ladies to dispense entirely with j garters, while securing, by use of the stocking suspender, entire ease and great comfort. The stocking too is made to fit without a ?wrinkle of any kind. For. children it is. of course of still n':Gre importance -that the legs ? should not be unduly constricted, and as Mr. Almond's invention really ? supplies a ...

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