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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 15 November 1878

PRIZE WINNOWERS! PRIZE W.NNOWERS II TO SAVE LABOR IS TO SAVE MONEY. ?X-A-IMIIEGS \a/ TTTn a th' .'irry^ MACHINIST, KAPUNDA. Begs to inform the Farmers of the Colony that last season he had to DECLINE JSO LESS THAN 57 ORDERS for his CELEBRATED PRIZE WINNOWING MACHINES, In consequence of such orders being kept back eo long. As there ia every prospect of a good harrest next season, J. W. would urge on those requiring his Machines (the advantages of which are too well known to need dUalkig «u) the expediency of SENDING IN tbeir ORDERS WITHOUT DELAY. These Machines CARRY MORE SIEVES than any other Winnowing M«ffrinfK ' having TWO DRAKE SIEVES. *8- These Winnowers have taken first Prizes wherever exhibited. AGEN1S— Jamestown, Thomas Carter; K«dina, Btuwn & Sons; Moonta, Warn Braa« Melrose, W. Marshall ; Terowie, ThoB. Hoeking ; Orrotoo, Gmeraer Bras. TO WOOLGBOWERS. LUXMOORE'S WOOL WAREHOUSES Gilbert Place, Adelaide. ESTABLISHED 1857. LUXMOORE & CO. BEO to intimate to the ...

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Open Column. To the Editor of the Record. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 15 November 1878

Ooen Column. Tba Editors do not hold themselves nspon ubleforfbeopimoDBCxpreiMdia«faM«olwQBr Tb the Editor of tike Beeord. 8iB— Wi'lyou kindly allow me through jonr colomnv $Q write on n aobjeti which needs an explanation, and if 3eV to go nnnofinea; ','.-; will laments be detrimental to the interests of the Athletic Club in the ftttan. I wish to refer to the distribution ~bT tb» card* at the ?ports with die programme of theaporis obom ,-' \ «Ue,udaseleGtioiieenD«Bgiiibojitbeotber; which led the public to believe tint it was done under the auspice* of the 4)ommitateof the Club. Now, eir, the Comaiittee bad Mth ing whatever to do with the a-bove-meotkmed ;. cards, and M soon u their attention «ti catted' to the matter they immedirtetr stopped she person who was distributing them. .... .. ... The Committee do not m anj way wish ' tc identify the Club, with «tber party 'ami they are aony to think that their -own Chair man ehonid so far fora* himself (in hie , . enthusiasm for his party...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 15 November 1878

BURRA TIMBER YARD AND STEAM' ^SAW MILLS. ? rj. _o ? DEALS* DEALS, DEALS. . T. $ G. FLOORING. CXDAB, GUM, JAUBAH * 81 AINGYBABE. KATTBI, CLBAB, AND HUON: PINFS. V DRAY SHAFTS. Galvanized Iroff. Galvanized Iron. Galvanized Iron. Bidginx, Guttering^ Piping, Cement, Piaster of Paris, Pain-», Oils, Glass, Searth Stones, a^d fvery description of .Building &(aterJal, a, & W, S4RA * DUJSTSTAN, Builders and Timber Merchants, PKOPBJETOBS OF THE BURRA BRICK YARDS.. sST AGENTS FOR THE IMPERIAL INSURANCE COMPANY.. ssfltV fan BSLaB-* &1 Vj 1 j^sS^^^BJasss^EZjir^ MBJb_ ^SiDv. COMMERCIAL STREET, KO@kR-BKCG^., W: L. H. BRUSE, Oahinetmaker, Builder and Wndertciker. _ ? 0 ? N.B. — Funerals furnished on the shortesfei*Qti-ie, afcd on, the. most reasonable terms. MRS. BANKS, j^^^C CATE UNICORN BREWERY, KOORIM&A.. PALE XX AND XXX MILD, STRONG, AKD,SPAJBEXI»G ALBS Guaranteed Pure and Wholesome. BBEWER of the Celebrated XX and XXX STOUT PORTER... 66 PAPERH 4N-MN«S. JUST EECE...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 15 November 1878

BUSINESS DE&ECTOEY. 10i. per 'quarter, 2s. dieconnt if pud in ? advance. f AUCTIONEERS. XTSTON, SHAKES & CO., Kooringa, COLES & GOODCHILD, Kooringa BUTCHERS. IL AUSTIN, Aberdeen, C OHLMEYER, Kootioga, C. and E. GEBHARDT, Aberdeen. BAKEB. F. GEBHARDT, Kooringa, BOOTMAKERS. W. ANDERSON, Kooringa, CORN DEALERS. J. ROACH, Burra MUL DRAPERS. GOLDSWORXHY BROS., Kooringa. INSURANCE COMPANIES. ATTSTRAUAN MUTUAL PROYI BENT. — A. H. Pokdek, COLONIAL MUTUAL. — P, W. HOLDEB. SOUTH BRITISH FIRE INSUR ANCE.— F. W. Hojldbb. HACHINISTS. STATTON & HENDERSON, Kooringa. STOREKEEPERS. DREW .«fe CO., Kooringa. GENERAL BUSINESS. FARMS FOR SALE. CALTOWIE. OOA ACB.ES, well improved, divided into OO\J Three Paddocks, Plenty of Water, all ploughable. AQ(\ A2BES» together with 400 Acres 4fcOU Growing Crop. Splendid Farm,, and well improved. BELALIE. -I AQA ACRES, 600 Acres ploughable, | xU/wU remainder Splendid Grazing Land. VI nty of Wood and Wa(«». 1AA ACRES, near Jamestown, ...

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NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 15 November 1878

1JTEW SOUTH WALES. The Council passed the Islanders' Shipping Bill, and then proceeded to consider the cable igreement. There was no real opposition, but some discussion took olace as to rhp mlntiw merits of the various routes. Mr. Samuel said we had Jeserted QaeenaUnd iu order to take advantage of the assistance of the three larger colonies, and he maintained that a line from Normanton via the Roper River to Port Darwin was the best for this colony. Several members aloo insisted that the agreement with South Australia to allow the duplication of the hind line across her territory, which was said to be in the hands of Mr. Berry, ought to have been laid before the Parliment. The resol ution was eventually agreed to, and the House adjourned. After a long night's debate over the £5,000 rote a division was taken at nearly 2 o'clock, and the motion was carried by only twelee in a tolerable full House. Mr. GiUes made a good and fiery speech against the proposal. ' You like plenty of nice ...

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Colonial Items. VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 15 November 1878

Colonial Items. VICrORTA. In the Assembly this afternoon the H--uee went into Committee on the £5,000 vote far the embassy to England. Mr. Berry made a state ment in wbicb he declared that the report wiucb had appeared of his speech at tbe caucus meeting drew a false picture and was far from what took place. He deBied that he had ever said anything about the Governor or anything derogatory to the position of the Speaker. Sir C. G. Duffy also spoke and denied ever having advissd the Governor with regard to Black Wednesday, and the Governor bad authorised him to state 80. So much however was true that the. Governor had had conver sations with him with regard to political pre cedents and problems bearing upon the state of affairs in the colony. It was not trne thBt he had written articles and letters for the English Press. He had it was true assisted in the preparation cf documents for the House to which he had to pat his name aa Speaker. He now put on record his final determination no...

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BURRA (TRUE BLUES) V. CLARE (YOUNG AUSTRALIANS.) [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 15 November 1878

Bitbra (lira Burrs) v. Ciabe (Yovsa ACSIBAUABB.) A match took place between the above clubs it Farrell's Flat on Monday, Nov. 11, and re lulted in a victory for tte latter by sixteen ?uns. For dare Me*?™. EHery, and McDonald did *reat service ia bowling, and Filgate for batting. Messrs. Deal, White, md Sampson, did gnat service in b-wling fir ba Sana, wd Pub $g bJt.nz, he nude 28 first innings not out. If the Young Austral ians I had acted fairly the game would have resulted in favour of the Blues. Subjoined are the scores: — Tbub Blues. Captain W. Beal, Umpire G. Bayes. A.Ogilvyst. 4 c and b Snashall 6 3. Sampson c 6 cJEUery S G. Parks not oat 28 b Ellery 6 J. Ryan b McDonald 6 c Snashall 2 J. Blptt b Ellery O b Ellery 6 W. Beal c Bllery 4 lbw 6 T. Chiffers b EUery 2 o Ellery O J. Snell b Ellery 2 c and b Ellery 0 E. White c 0 b EUery 1 rt. Buck mn ont O not out 0 H. Batchelor c Ob Snashall O Bjes &c 3 7 Total 55 30 ClABE YOUKQ AVBrBAXIABB. Captain H. Filgate, Umpire J. Sna...

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MINTARO v. KAPUNDA. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 15 November 1878

MrKTARft vl K»prrv- a The above clubs met on the grounds of the former on Monday, November 11, atsd resulted in favor of Kapnnda. Kaponda 87 and 102, M ntaro So and 36. M'Ltrea bowled well for the winners, and W. M'Lush for the losers. George Hudson and Arthur Fry fielded grandly for Uintaro. Mr. Rebbeck captained Kapunda, and Mr. Bowman llintaro team. ~ Mr. Winde bank and Mr. F. Toowey filled the position of umpires for the respect-ire teams.

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WALLAROO, NOVEMBER 6. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 15 November 1878

WA17TAROO- 'NmrcrMTum R. Business is very quiet just now, and the prospect of a good harvest will revive trade in a few we.ks. Some of tbe crops in the Hundreds of Wallaroo and Kadina look very promising, we saw some which look if the yield would be not much less than from fifteen to twenty bushels. The hay harvest is now iu full swing and many returns sri good ; like other parts we bave had some five rains lately. Corporation matters are not causing much trouble here, few persons care for the position of Mayor or who ia Mayor, perhaps we may have to ask some of oar northern towns for one ; one who is a good speaker preferred. Capper, we won't say anything about.

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CORRESPONDENCE. MOUNT BRYAN EAST, NOVEMBER 11. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 15 November 1878

CORRESPONDENCE. »? ? MOUNT BRYAN EASr, Notehbee 11. [From our own Correspondents) The weather has been very changeable the. last fortnight, some days it is warm other days it is cold. There has been plenty of thunder and Iigfatiiing with a good down pour of rain The lightning was very fierce it came close to one man nearly knocking him down. The crops will be greatly benefited by it in making the grain plump. Hay harvest is commenced by the time this is in print it will be in full swing, the average will be from 10 c«rt. to 15 cwt. to the acre.

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Burra District Council. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 9 1878. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 15 November 1878

Burra. District Council. Satttbiiav. Nninnnicn ft 1R7R. Present — Crs. Warnes (Chairman), Dew, Stevens, ocd Pinch. Letter received from Crown Lands Office, relating to pUuropneumbnia stating that no farther legislation wonld be attempted this year, the disease not being increasing and that if die owner* of diseased cattls were remunerated for tbeir destruction it should be paid by a Stock Tax. The subject was discussed at length and more especially the injustice which would en. sue from the Tax proposed, aa the introduc tion of cattle from the other colonies by which the disease is being perpetuated is for the benefit of the general pablio as tended to reduce the price and certainly not for the benefit of local stock proprietors whose cattle are thereby reduced in value and rendered liable to disease bb well. Shipowners had no interest one way or the other. These views to be communicated to the Commissioner. Cr. Dew asked as to how the road question between his land and that of Bfr....

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Burra Corporation. MONDAY, NOVEMBER 11. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 15 November 1878

fiurra Corporation. MoSDAY, NOTIHBEE 1L Present : — His Worship the Mayor, Cr*. Roberts, Geake, Bartholoirens, Bitchelor, and Wilkinson, and the Town Clerk. Cr. Sara desired to be excused as argent basinera called him from home. uurcTEs. The minutes of last 'meeting were read and corfirmed. TEKDXBS. Six tenders were received for work to be done n^ar Vollmer's, Cedruth. (One was informs].) J. Pearse, £35 12s., accepted. ASSSSS1LEST. The Town Cusbk reported that the Assessor ?bad completed the Assessment and had handed Qfefc the book. The Assessment was allowed and the allowance ordered to be advertised in the Record and Gazette. The court of appeal to to ait on November 29th at 10. a.m. DENOTATION. Mr. F. H. \rtnto waited on the Councl to ask thi.t a drain might be cut to carry off ?torm water near his premises. At a later stage the matter was referred to the Pablio Works Committee for report. - BETCENISG OFFICERS. Cr. Batchelor was appointed Betaraing Officer for the Election* on De...

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Cricket. BURRA v. SEVEN HILLS. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 15 November 1878

Cricket. Btjbba v. Seybs Hills. A march wa9 played on Saturday, the 9th inst., at Burra between the above-named clubs the result being a draw very much in favor of the tf urraites. When time was called the Seven Hills bad 48 runs to make, and only 2 wickets to fall to save a defeat, which it would be almost impossible for them to have done. J. Snell mads as ex ceedingly good score for the Burra team, carrying bis bat through te innings f x the fine ecoro of 35. A. Walsh was the top scorer for the Hills with SL The bowling on both sides was very good, espe«ially that of Messrs. Wheare and Belcher for the Burra, and also that of Messrs. 3. and A. Walsh for Seven Hills. Annexed are the Bcoree : — BURBA. J. SneU not ont 35 b Abfelter 13 Belcher run out 0 b Abfalter 17 Parker c Ahols 8 c Walsh 6 Wbeare b j. Walsh 0 b Penna 1 Sampson o Ahole 3 b Penna 0 Pesrce b J. Walrii 7 run out 1 Hoeking b 3. Walsh 5 b Penna 2 Steele b J. Walsh 0 b Penna 0 Walker b J. Walsh 4 not out 7 Tonkin b Ahole ...

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Burra Amateur Athletic Club. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 15 November 1878

Burra Amateur Athletic Club. On Monday, Prince Wales Birthday the abeve club held its second meetirg for sporte at the Princess Boya), kindly lent for the occasion by Mr. A. McCulloch. The weather was all that could be desired, it b*»% a beauti ful clear day with a nice refreshing wind althongh at about mid-dBj it was hot. The grounds are situated aboat thres miles Scuth of KoorLiga, and the spot choten for the sports was at the bend of the creek. It was j iet a nice distance for a pleasant drive and a grea t number availed themselves of the opportunity, there being & large number of private traps and horsemen on the grounds. The Northern Stage coaches and Schnltz't bosses ran, during the day and were crowded with passengers. Host Bichardaan of the Commercial Hotel Lad ^ a booth on the ground and did a fine trade F^we were very pleased to notice that there was not a single cue of dmokeness, and everybody behaved themselves very well, all present beiDg bent on enjoying themse...

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Mrs. Green's Son-in-law. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 15 November 1878

Kre. Green's Son-in-law. ' Well, Sanih, I've found out all about them.' Mrs. Green ssit herself down in front of the fire, took off her bonnet, and shed upon hev daughter a smile of great satisfaction. ' Found out all about whom, mamma? Samli questioned, with demureness. ' Well upon my word, yon are the most obtrse girl of my acquaintance. When you saw me come in just now you understood I'd been out walking, I suppose I Yes ? Well, Fm glad you did. You know I don't often go out ?without an object, I suppose 1 I'm en couraged to find you understand that too. And you remember those two young meu we met twice yesterday when we went to your Aunt Jane's 1 0f course you do; you -needn't answer. Well, now, knowing that I have been out, and with an object, does it occur to you I wcat to find out all that I could about them4 . It will be seen that Mrs. Green had the gift of speech in addition to her manv other attainments. Her daughter, was a fair practitioner in_her native tongue, but on th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 15 November 1878

XCoUoway's Pills. — Indigestion and Iiivfer Complaints. — The digestion cannot be long or seriously disordered, without tba derangement being perceptible on the countenance. These Pille prevent both unpleasant consequences; they improve the appetite and with t'je increase of desire for food, they augument the pa were of digest oin and assimilation in stomach. Holloway^ Pills deal most Batufacrorily with deranged or diseased conditions of the many organs engaged in extracting nourishment for oar bodies from oar various diets — as the liver, stomach, and bowels, over all of which they exercise the m.'st salutary control. By resort au early stage of this malady to these purifj ing and laxative Pills, the; dyspeptic is spcediy restored too health and strength, and his and his eaUowness gradually vanishes. MISCELLANEOUS. Notice, A MEETING will ba held in the Bibl Christian Chapel, Hj.llett.on MONDAY evening, NOVEMBER 18, at 8 o'clock, £-r the purpose of forming a Tonng Men's Mutual Impro...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 15 November 1878

AUCTtOKS. Wedacsday, November SO. OHE O'CLOCK SHARP. IT THE FARM HEAR TH8 MOUUT BRYAN HOTER LlROE CLEAKING SALE OP FARM SIOCK AND IMPLEMENTS Gtt 'WliSG, CROP, &c., Ac. LISTOIf, SHAKES, & CO. have receded instructions frjtn Mr. II. Pearce, who has sold Mb (arm to sell by auction u «bov6 — -| r- FIHST-CLASS MARES AND XO GELDINGS, a really good lot, including Boggy Pair. 1AA HEAD CATTLE, comprising— Xl/l/ Dairy Cows, and Steers fit for joke or knife. 2 English Waggons 4 Reapers 4 Ploughs 1 Slower 1 Winnower 2 Seta Harrows Wageonetto & Harness, cearly new, and Sundries too numerous to mention. At the same time and p1* *», 300 ACBES SroTwi*g 300 Laneheon Provided. Terms— Approved Bffle «t Thi*3 Months. 11-1-3 ? : ? » ? ? . ? . thursday, November 21. AT MITCHELL'S: YARDS, TEUOWIE. TEAM 8 BULLOCKS AND TACKLING. L] £ O N, 8 H A K E S, & CO. are instructed by Mr. Boutell to sell by auction at 2 o'clock — - A TEAM of EIGHT BULLOCKS and TACKLLNG, all Young and i...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 15 November 1878

BS^sBsasBaisMsMaSBjNiia^katsB^aSMbaaasaaMSB.BawaBB.BBiBaBMiBB^ataisMasB^MBUsssMsjsV GENERAL BUSINESS. M. KINGSBOROUGH, LICENSED LAND BROKER AND ESTATE AGENT, A-3erjfor Selectors ic taking np ljand onder the Lends Consolidation Act of 1877. SELECTORS ASSISTED in purchasing their holding*. XAND PURCHASED at Auction Sale*. MO&EY TO LEND ot SIX PER CENT, md upwards, according to amount and value of lecurity. . M. filNGSBOROFGH, Advertiser ~ftnildtnes, itiaa tniliam-etreef. * Adelaide. C. OHLMEYER, LOWER THAMES-STBEET, KOORM GA WHOLESALE, BETAIL, AND* Family Butcher. SMALL GOODS OF ALL KINDS ALWAYS ON HAND. 7e James Russell, OAEPEMER, BUILDER, USD indertaker; HALLETT: limber, Iron, and Building Materials, of every description on Sale. 92-104 FLEMING, H. BOUOAUT, ANP ASHTON, SOLICITOBS and NOTARIES PUBLIC Jamestown, And at Waymoutb-street, Adelaide.' Buna Court attended when retained. Money to Lend. ' Stoneman & Coxell, STEAM FLOUR MILL, YARGCmjE. Hour, Bran, and Pollard a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 15 November 1878

IW J. T. WALKER, SV Wholesale 8$ Retail Boot 8$ Shoe Maker, BUEEA BUERA^BOOT FACTORY, COMMERCIAL STREET, KOORINGA 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 BO OTS AND SHOE ALWAYS ON HAND. ? » Tbade Supfued at MopmuxB Prices. Bxz&xbs Ssixcs Executed. Okdebs .Pbokftlx Attended so. Just received a Large Stock of LADIES' LASTING BOOTS, Latest Style. CHARLES C. WILLIAMS (LATE WILLIAM BUILDER), IRONMONGER AND TINSMITH, KOORINGA. IRONMONGERY of every description on hand. TINWARE Manufactured on the Premises. The TRADE Supplied. STATIONS Liberally Dealt with. All Sorts ot PLOUGH FITTINGS in Stock. FIREARMS and AMMUNITION. GLASS a Special Line. SEWING MACHINE DEPOT. AGENT FOR JAMES MARTIN & CO., MACHINISTS, GAWLER. Proprietor of ...

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Humorous Gatherings. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 22 November 1878

Humorous Gatherings. A Contradiction is Terms. — A gentleman required two couple of re served scats at the theatre the other nicM- but thev were all taken. He was forestalled, but not tour-stall d.- — Fun. : Naval Enoagemeots. — ' Which of the professors do you like best ?' we asked a sprightly nymph of our acquain tance the other day. — ' Oh, the sea !' she blithely replied ; ' what could be more interesting to our sex than marry time matters ?' — Fun. Naval. — One kind of ship which is sure to be found in a paper' fleet, is a ' circular' ironclad. — Jitdy. Circumstantial Evibence. — ''Cir' cumstances alter casses, you know,' re marked a Scotch lawyer to an old fanner client the other day. — ' Verra true, sir,' replied the farmer, 'and cases alter circumstances as well ; for, man, I mind, -when ye were young and bad but few cases your circumstances werena ower braw.' — Judy. Mrs. Malapbop ok Fish Cultcbe. — Mrs. Malaprop presents her compli ments to Mr. Frank Buckland, and begs to ...

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