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Upper House Reform. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 11 October 1878

TJpper Konse Reform. Is spite of the unanimous expressions of opinion at the late elections, and the return of your men all pledged to some kind of reform for tho Legislative Council, the question has again been shelved. - Two or three points in the debate and division are worthy of special notice. Hon. C. B. Young who ?was returned on a pledge to amend the constitutions of the Upper House, early in the debate expressed opinions very different from those that he had been returned upon and now in the division list against the Bill appears the name of the Hon. J. Hodgkiss who was especially recommended as being in favor of the largest measure of reform. We believe the result is consequent upon two things principally, first upon the apathy evident at the election, allowing generalites to pass instead of particular statements, and clearly indicated opinion ; (largely caused by the folly of thinking that in the Town Hall, in fifteen minutes, and in one speech can a full exposition of a m...

Publication Title: Burra Record
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 11 October 1878

^ BUSINESS DIRECTORY. IOj. per quarter, 2a. discount if paid in advance. AUCTIONEERS. LISTON, SHAKES & CO., Kooriiiga. COLES & GOODCHILD, Kooringa BUTCHERS. B. AUSTIN, Aberdeen. C OHUMEYER, Kooringa, C. and E. GEBHARDT, Aberdeen. BAKER. F. GEBHARDT, Kooringa. BOOTMAKERS. W. ANDERSON, Kooringa, CORN DEALERS. J. ROACH, Burra MilL DRAPERS. GOLDSWORTHY BROS., Kooringa. INSURANCE COMPANIES. AUSTRALIAN MUTUAL PROVI DENT. — A. H. Forder. COLONIAL MUTUAL. — F. TV. Holder. SOUTH BRITISH FIRE INSUR ANCE. — F. W. Holder. MACHINISTS. STATTON & HENDERSON, Kooringa. STOREKEEPERS. DREW & CO., Kooringa. GENERAL BUSINESS. FARMS FOB, SALE. SADDLEWOBTH OOA ACEKS GOOD LAND, all plough O/wU Bble- Comfortable House, plenty of Water and Timber handy. -j f\(\ ACRES adjoining the Township J.U/V known as Edgeloes. Comfortable House, plenty of Waer. A handy little Farm. , BELALIE. 1 O A A03ES within 2 miles from James Xt/U town known as Simmons, all plough - »ule except 15 Acre...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 11 October 1878

AUCTIOHS. On Friidy, October 11. AT THE FRUJKLIN YAEDS, KAPUNDA. TO FARMER?. COACH PROPRIETORS, AS'n OTUER3. FIPST SATK r-A COACH AND EUGGY PA OU HORSES. OU 1 ISTON, SITATTES, & CO. E. F. Oi-i» (who lias B^d hi' Mail Contracts) to pfl] by eoct'cn as ebovp, at. lialf-past one eVlork— f (\ Tie** S Fir-tcla=s COACHI?f& OU HOItSFS (the pick cut of 150) that hare li^en rnrtmr.s Ibo Xbrth-East end Menindw mails). Thesfl Hor?« ktp all in capital condition, BTirl ere sound ind firg^-ciflfs workers. There sre several wcll-Tnatched -e*-ns and pairs cn:N nWo for Coach, Baggy, or Commercial Travel ling word. Approved Bills for sums over £25. __ ? . — . ? Oa Wednesday, October 16, AT FRAKKL1N YARDS, KAPUND1. TO FAFvUfKRS, COVTR AOTO^S, TWA TE STERS, r)K|M7FRS, COAOFT PROPRIE TORS, T.TYERY STABLEKEEPERS, AKD OTHERS. IMPORTANT SALE OF |49 j HORSES. |40 mostly! direct from the BREEDKB. 7TEAVY DHAUGITS. MEDIUM; DBATTfJ^TTS. CO* OTTERS. HACKS. BUGGY AND CARRIAGE PAIRS. LI S O 5TJ SHAK...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 11 October 1878

GENERAL BUSINESS. M. KINGSBOROUGH, LICENSED LAND BROKER AND ESTATE AGENT, Acts for Selectors in taking np Land under the Lmds Consolidation Act of 1877. SELECTORS ASSISTED in purchasing their holding?. LAND PURCHASED at Auction Sale?. MOHEY TO LEND ot SIX PER CENT, and upwards, according to amount and value of security. M. EINGSBOROUGH, Advertiser Building?, King Wflliam-etreet, Adelaide. C. OHLMEYEB, LOWER THAMES-STBEET, KOORINGA WHOLESALE, RETAIL, AND Faiaily Batcher. SMALL GOODS OF ALL KINDS ALWAYS ON HAND. 7e James Russell, BEGS to inform the inhabitants of Hallett and neighborhood that he has COM MENCED BUSINESS in the above Town ship as a CARPENTER, BUILDER, ASD Undertaker, . And hopes by strict attention to business, combined with Reasonable Prices, to receive a fair share of patronage. Timber, Iron, and Building Materials, of every description on Sale. 92-104 FLEMING, H. BOUCAUT, ANB ASHTON, SOLICITORS and NOTARIES PUBLIC Jaukstowk, ? And Jt Waymoxth-iitiect, A&M&...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 11 October 1878

TOWN OF BURRA. Election of Mayor. TO W.P.NESBITT,CSQ.,M.B. WE the undersigned rate payers of Burra hereby request that you will allow yourself to be nominated as Mayor for the ensuing year. We have full confidence in your ability to efficiently dis charge the duties of that posi tion, and knowing the interest you take in all that concerns the welfare of the town, feel assured that you will at all times, so far as lies in your power protect and advance the interests of the Burra. If you consent to allow your self to be nominated we pledge ourselves to use our utmost en deavours to secure your return. Allen, A. Lambert, Henry Andersos, George Jjseson, Joseph Boundey, Joseph Linkeon, George Bull, Jacob Lane, G. Bowles, John Lewis, John Bosence, Richard Lawlor, A. Barrett, John Lien, Jang James Birt, WiHiata Lally, Fat Bums, Mary Mailer, Carl Birt, M. H. McNeil, Mary Brakenridge, A. Mills, Henry Bock, Theodore McBride, J. M. Belhatchett, W. MiUigan,*E. Blair, Doacan Martin, i£. Builder,...

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CORRESPONDENCE. JAMESTOWN, OCTOBER 9. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 11 October 1878

CORBESFOKDENCE. JAMESTOWN. Octoseb 9. (From our own Correspondents'). I must begin my little budget with an Englishmans fevorit-3 top-c the weather. We have been &vored of late with cold and hot blasts, dust in abundance, lowering cloud which looked ominous for rain but still it came not. A thorough downpower now would set the craps up, and dissipate all ansciety as to their safety. Grass is very ehort ia many places the Yongala paddocks look very bare. Last Friday we bed a great wait in listening to that aloquent and enthusiagtil lecturer the Bev. Charles Clark. Tue Institute Hall was crowed although most of the Beats were a3 high as four shillings, and the audience was evidently highly delighted. Ashtons Circus has been performing here for three nights, to crowded house?, this sort of entertainment seems to be this favorite with our Australians youth, and I predict that the lead ing characteristic of an Australian boy will be his love of hores just as the love cfthe sea ha...

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Topics. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 11 October 1878

Topics. It is very provoking rthat at the pre sent jur lure the telegraph cable should be silent and obstinately refuse to in form us upon European polities, and the changing pnases oi uie eastern question. Much has been said from time to time about the obligation under which we -are laid to Earl Beaconsfield, for j securing by his diplomacy and states manship a ' lasting' peace for Europe but we very much fear that, even for England, it will not 'prove a lasting peace, and for the continent it has not even lasted till, now, for hy the direct recommendation of the treaty of Berlin immediately upon the separation of the congress Austria began a warlike march upon the Turkish province nearest her frontier and much blood has been shed in that empire, beside the incipient horrors in various other parts of Turkey in Europe. The question now, how ever, is still more difficult for Turkey utterly refuses to comply with the Treaty as to Greece and unless the great powers are content to be sn...

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[?] Debtors. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 11 October 1878

            Debtors. The experience of the Findlay "Courier" man is sad and mournful.   He has lost faith in the profession men. Hear how he talks : "Last week a man stepped up to us   and said, he would pay us every cent he owed if he lived till Saturday night. We presume that man died. Another said he would pay us in a day or two, as sure as he was born. Query—Did the     man lie, or were we born? Another said   he would settle his bill as sure as shoot- irg. We are led to the conclusion that shooting is decidedly uncertain. Quite a number said they would see us to-mor- row. These men have been blind ever since or else to-morrow has not come. One man told us six months ago that he would pay us as soon as he got some money. That man would not lie, and of course has not had a cent since." But the experience of editors is about the same all ov...

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The Tallest Man in the World. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 18 October 1878

The Tallest Man in the World. Captain Bates thinks that men and women are not deteriorating in physique, and he ought to know, for- he is the tallest man in the world, and his wife the tallest woman. They were at the Palmer House, 'Chicago, the other day ; and how these Chicago people did look at them ! Captain Bates is a Kentuckian, 7 feet 11^ inches high, -weighs 496 pounds, uicoou.«, -?= r_~l ? «n-nni).fliri chest, wears a No. 9 hat, a 26 inch collar, a No. 15 boot, and is thirty-two years of age. He dresses neatly in black, 'wears a massive gold chain, attached to which is a gigantic watch — a present from Queen Victoria — wears a massive diamond in bis shirt bosom, and a fashionable collar and scarf; he has a ruddy, healthy complexion a pleasant smile, and is a ready talker. Although he is=j as the reader can very well see, an extraordinary giant, for your mamoth men are generally slovenly, dull, ignorant fellows. Airs. Bates is _ a native of Nova Scotia, of Scotch descent. Her...

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Outdone by a Boy. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 18 October 1878

Outdone by a Boy. A lad in Boston, ifitlier small for his years, works in an office as errand boy for foui; gentlemen who do business ?tliero. iOne dav the Gentlemen were ciiamngi mm a little about being so smnll, sjid said to him :— - ' Yon never will amount to much, you never can do much business, you are too Uiall.' The little fellow looked at them : — '?' Well,' said he,' as small as I am, I can do something: which none of you four men can do .' ' All, what is that V said they. ' I don't know as I ought to tell you/' ho replied. But they were anxious to know. |an«l urged him to tell what he or.uld do that none of them were able to do. | ' / mn keep from swearing' said the little follow. There were some blushes on four nirmlv faces?, and there seemed to be very little anxiety for further in formation on the point.

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MELBOURNE STATION PRODUCE REPORT. J. H. CLOUGH & CO'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 18 October 1878

MELBOURNE STATIO3T PEODUCE BEPOBT. 3. H. Clough & Co.'a Report. Wool. — fire opening sale of the season was held this day, when one of the largest attend ances of buyers, shippers, and others interested, ever seen on a similar occasion was congregated together A catalogue of nearly 2,000 bales of various descriptions of Wool was brought for ward, and far each lot there was brisk competi tion, evincing cf determination on the part of buyers to operate. Very full prices were paid, notwithstanding the unfavourable nature of the telegraph c advices published yesterday, up to U$d per lb having been paid for medium des cription Greasy dipt. Sheepskins.— We have disposed of a large supply of both Green and Dry Skins as fellows, viz.: — for Green Skins^ 61 to 7s ; Lambs', Is to 2s 6d ; Pelta' 10i to la 51 ; Dry Skins, 2s 6d to 6a each ; and Station Skins, in bales, 4d to 7£d r«r lb. HIDES. — We have had an average supply forward during the week, and we have sold aa follow, v!z.;— Gr...

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Australian Mutual Provident Society. (From the Echo, Sydney, 25th April, 1878.) [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 18 October 1878

Australian Mutual Provident Society. (From the Ecfo, Sydney, 25th April, 1878.) The twenty-ninth annual meeting of the Australian Mutual Provident Society, which is being held to-day at the Chamber of Com merce, is an event of more than ordinary importance. The Institution is entitled to a foremost place among the noblest societies of which the colony can boast. It bas grown to glgaolic proportions. It has been instrumental in developing a provident spirit. It bas been Ilia medium through which, in thousands of instances, timely help has been rendered to the bereaved. The assistance has been afforded not'in. the way of charity, bat as the result of a contract «ntered into by njten who have made timely provision for the inevitable. Through the instrumentality of t*ia Soeiety, by the foregoing of some present slight gratification, they were able to assure that those who were nearest and dearest to them should not have added to the sorrows of bereavement the bitter experiences of penur...

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SALE REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 18 October 1878

SALE BEPOBT. Messes. Lttxmooee & Co, report having field their usual sale of sheepskins, hides, Callow, &c, on Thursday, October 3 :— Wool. — Nothing of any importance has taken place in this market since our lart, which will be the case until the sales of the new clip open. All lots of greasy and scoured are held over for our first sale, « hich will take place on the 10th inst, if the clipE en route arrive in time. Sheepsebsb continue to be in brisk demand especially good dean merino skins, frr white de high as 6Jd per 3b was paid. The large supply-catalogued fetched from 4£d to 6£d per lb. ; 8hort-wooled and inferior sorts from £d to 4d oer lb. Kakgakoo Seihb. — None offering this week. The demand is good, and last week's quotations . were from 5s to 49s per dczen. K. I. Wallaby Sexnb. — lhis market is not unorcTed,and the 14 cases catalogued were sold at reduced rates. Prices were from 20i to 31s per dozen. . - . ... Bides. — Weeubmiteda large quantify, the bulk b...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 18 October 1878

SPECIAL HOTiCE. With this isswe. a ngo Quarter eommeneef. Witt our friends re member thai the Subscription is 2s. 6d. paid inadvaruxor 3s. other wise. Anyone 'seuivag us the addresses and subscription for four ?new subscribers wiC receive a free copy for twelve months. Agents wanted evetyiekere. A PAPER FOB THE 3URRA AND THE NORTR-EAST. BURRA, FRIDAY, OCTOBER IS, 1878.

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Colonial Items. VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 18 October 1878

Colonial Items. VICTORIA. An agreement bas been arrived at between Mr. Berry and Sir Charles Sladen with refer ence to the Reform Bills, to the effect that they shall be referred to a conference of five mem bers of each House, to be appointed on Tu.c day Beit. Mr. Allan, the Assistant Surveyor-General, is to be allowed to resign owing to the report of the Lands Commission. The Rev. Thomas Jones, the new Chairman of the Congregational Union delivered an eloquent address on opening tbe year's pro* ceedings. Heavy westerly gales with hailstorms pre vailed. Tbe Harbor Trust have published a state, ment of tbe dispute with Messrs. Wright and Orr. The latter say they have an agreement with the Government:, but the Trust are unaHle to obtain any reply from the Government to their communications. The Government are lending indirect support to Messrs. Wright and Orr. In the Council the Assembly's Reform Bill was, on the motion of Sir Charles Sladen, read a fi at time and ordered to be printe...

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COMMERCIAL. LISTON, SHAKES, & CO.'S MONTHLY MARKET REPORTS. KAPUNDA, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 24. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 18 October 1878

COMMERCIAL. Listos, Shakes, & Co.'a MCHTHir mabeet Bepoets. TC »T»trKt-A. Tuesday. Sepebmheb 24. We had a very successful sate, stocK oi au ae ecriptions being w ill represented, buyers nume rous, and biddings brisE. Sheep.— 5, 506 penned. All sold as follows : —456 fat wethers, at 12s Id ; 955 medium fat wethers, at Us 10i; 883 wethers at 12s Id; 9551,248 store wethers, badly woolled, at »s dd; 1, 140 store eww, small, at 8s 4d ; 318 ewes, with good percentage Iambs given in, at Us % 500goodwethe«,atlls. Cattle.— 138 bead yarded. Sales:— On account Mpssw. A. McCulloch & Co., 40 bul locks, at £7; for Mr. Henry Scott, 11 steew, at £7 1« ; 4 at £7 7a ; 2 4»*re, at £11. On other accounts— 13 head young cattte, at £3 ; 10 cows, at from £3 to £35. ? ITobses, &C— The cempetrtiota whs ray brisk, and all good sorts sold readily at big* prices. Sales-ForMre. Wm. GUI, 7 unbroken draught colts and fillies, 2 years oW,at £24^ £21 10s«24 10-=, £39, £32 10-, £39 5s, and £2...

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THROUGH COMMUNICATION BETWEEN PORT PIRIE, CRYSTAL BROOK, GLADSTONE CALTOWIE, AND THE BURRA AND NORTH LINE. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 18 October 1878

THEOUGH COMMUNICATION BETWEEN Poet Pibie, Chtstal Beook, Gladstone Caltowib, axb xhe Itr/BEA. axd Ko&th Lthe. A.M. A-M.P^ S|| ? : ? 5~» PoetPieiePost Office ? 6305.5 95 „ ., Siation ? 6.405.15 TSkWEBST ? 7.8 5 43 87 CkxsxaIi Bkook ? arr. ? 7.40 6.15 „ ... dep. ? 7.50627 77 Geobge Tows Sibeng ? 8.186 55 70 GIiABstoke ? arr. ? 8387.15 „ ... -fep ? a50 7.45 63 Caitowie ? arr ? 9.35 8.30 „ ? dep ? 9.458.35 51 Jamestown ? arr ? 10.12 9.5 „ (by coacl.) dep ? 10 30 — 43 P.M. Haxxett (b v coach) arr ? 1-40 19 ' ? dep ? 345 18J Bubra ? -*rr ? 4.35 „ ? dep 8.5 4.45 ErrEETON ? arr 6.35 Gawleb ? 1135 8.15 P.J£. Adeiatoe ? 12.35 9.15 P rtAdeiaide ? 12 30 9.10 A.M. A M. P.3C g| Poht Adeiaidb ..= ? 755 4*35 g£| ADELAIDE ? : ? 7.50 4 30g|'3 Gawleb ? 8.50 5-3o g|| P.M. |^ Buekj ? arr. ? 12.209.0 « ? dep ? — Hiurai ? arr. ? 1-30 3s6d „ (by coach) dep ? 2.15 jAJtESTOWH ? arr. ? 545 Ile6i ? dep. 7.10 6.10 CaltoWie ? arr. 7 32 632 12slp ? dep. 740 6,40 Giadstoke ? arr 855 755 14s9d ? dep. 8:55 7...

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Cricket. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 18 October 1878

Cricket. The Burra and Mintaro teams met afFar reU's Flat oti Saturday 12th. Both teame were short of mtr-, go players from the Hanson Club took part in the match. Messrs. Snell, Wh^are, bk-2 Belcher bowled remarkably well for Burra, whiie M'Leish and Fry did same for Mintaro. Burra won with 6 wickets and 8 runs to spare. Subjoined are tbe scores : — BURRA. W. Parker run out 9 not oat 18 J. Belcher b Fry 10 b Fry 15 A. Newton c Bowman 5 cBasrman 2 J. Snell b M'Leish 5 b Fry 2 H. Wbeare not out 13 b M'Leish 14 J. Walker ran oat O not oat 4 W. Beale b M'Leish 2 O'Looghlin e M'Lsish 4 J. Sira b M'Leish 0 W. Bruse c Long 1 W. Bayes b M'Leish O Sundries 5 Sundries 8 Total 54 Total 63 MINTARO. E. Bowmsn c Newton 2 b Snell 2 W.M'LeishbWheare 8 b Belcher 4 W. Jtssopc Bayes 8 runout 3 J. Fry b Snell 11 c Walker 0 C. M'Leish b Wheare 4 b Snell 12 G. Hudson c Belcher 2 b Wheare 13 A. Fry b Wheare & b Belcher 15 J. Smith c Sara 3 e Snell 3 B. Long b Wheare O b Wheare 0 G. Priest c Whear...

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Midland Road Board. RIVERTON TUESDAY, OCTOBER 15. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 18 October 1878

Midland Road Board. ?RrvKETOsr Tuesday, Octobeb 15. Present — Captain Killicoat (in the chair), and Messrs. Kelly, Bowden, and Moule. The Secretary J. J. Bhead, and Surveyor Morris. SQKT/TXS. The minutes of last meeting were read and confirmed. Secretary apologised for absence of H. T. Morris, Esq., J.P. In consequ»nc« of ~b*cr.-v of CVjirnva rh« report of the visit of i-:;ycv-ij» was »-?( rred i.-- next meeting. PAYMENT FOE LAXDS TAKES. In answer to Ciptain ELiilicoat, the Secretary said he hid intimeted that on the approval of titles by the Solicitors payment would be made. COEEEEPONDEKOE. Bakklava District Council wrote complain ing that no reply had been received to their letter asking that the road from Balaklava to Redhill should be placed on the Schedule. Secretary had written that he had not received a letter. The Board favor the placing of the road as far as Whitwarta on the Schedule but will defer it till they can visit the locality. D. Galrin applied for an appointment aa...

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Burra Corporation. MONDAY, OCTOBER 14. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 18 October 1878

Surra Corporation. Monday, Octobee 14. Present. — His Worship the Mayor, Coun cillors Batchelor, BartheloirseiiB, Geake, and Wilkinson. MunrrKs. The miiutes of Ia3t meeting were read and cotifiVmcd. KEP0BT8 IN 'EECOHD.' The Mjltoe said he w-s'-ed to call attention to a matter that was not fully reported in the Record from last meeting with reference to the water supply qiestioE. He was quite aware that he used the words attributed to him about the letter in the Advertiser but the report was not fdir to him because the context was left out. He did not make the bald statement as it appeared ; but iu answer t? a question that had been asked as to why 1I13 Government had not gone on with their scheme for a general water snpplj, he had eaid 'he believed the Government would have done it, bat for ' Beta's' letter, but when that appeared they had sent up a Surveyor to count the wells, and thus the matter hid fallen through.' The Corporation meetings mast be more correctly reported, end in ...

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