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CHAPTER II. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 22 November 1878
CHAPTER H. It has now become neccessary to mention the cause of Marion's repeated postponements of the marriage with her cousin James, and also of her late irequeut absences trom tne cottage, it indeed, she shrewd reader has not al ready guessed it rightly. The reason was love — all-powerful, all^conquering love? — love for young Sir Herbert Grrahani, ' to whom her father was indepted for his present appointment ; and. to whom she had two years before been indepted for her life, when he rescued her from a stray herd of wild Chillingham cattle, which she had incautiously approached too nearly when on a visit to a maiden aunt. The acquaintance thus commenced soon grew into friendship j and friend ship, as is nine times out of ten case, when it begins with admiration on the one part and gratitude on the other, very shortly ripened into love. Their affection was truthful honest, and sincere on both sides ; and though several circumstances connected with his present pecuniary prospects a...
South Australia at the Paris Exhibition. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 22 November 1878
South Australia at the Paris Zxhibition, Mr. B. J. Coatr?, Secretary to «h° Pa «- Exhibition Commission, has received the fol lowing letter from Mr. Jo*iah Boothby, date 1 September 28 : — ' Since iry leiter of 20th ult. copy enclosed, .1 Lave had the pleasure to re ceive yours of August 19, psr Aconcagua, which reached Paris in 35 days, and was de livered with those of the mail of the 8th of the «me month. The d*y after the mail left here I receivei a lirt of the awards granted to South Australian exhibitors, subject, however, to revision, and I was unfortunately able to ca'ch the Chimbortz o mail, and thereby supply you with a copy. On ihe same day T supplied a l'st to the correspondent of the Argus, who offered to telrg ajh ir in full to the Australian pnpera frea of cos*. 1 therefore did not con sider it i.ecessaij to go to any further expense than that of telegraphing thst I had supplied information, enub'ing ycu to understand that it was official. Moreover, by adopting that co...
A Narrow Escape. CHAPTER I. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 22 November 1878
A Narrow Escape. CHAPTER L In seventeen hundred and thirty-five ^^about ten years before the occur rence of the main, incident on which ?v.ir r-rps(*T\h tn\p is fniindpd ? ^tiiprp livftd in a small cf^+tage, in the immediate ?suburbs of Cu'. lisle, a mau aud his \»ife, v/ho gained an excellent HveUlioed by hawking througli the streets of that city thrice a week, what was considered to bo a peculiitiy fine sort of spring water) which was obtained from a well exist ing, fronitime immemorial, on the half acre of free-ho.il land that had been the - r rperty of hid progenitors for more thant wo centuries. . Their family consisted of a son about thiiteeu years of age and an orphan niece somewhat younger. The boy was being trained and brought up to succeed the old folks in the active conduct of their hereditary occupations when rheumatism, or old a«*e, or deatb, or any other of the thou sand ills that tiesh is heir to, should render such a step advisable or neces sary. The girl, who gave p...
Parliamentary. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 22 November 1878
Parliamentary. The Upper House seems to have set its face against any more railways save and excepting alone the Nairne line. Thft TMvfcli and Ancle Grove Railwav Bill was lost by a majority of one on Tuesday as the Tea-tree Gully and Jessie Bills had been before. The Bill for the reimposition of Customs duties in the Northern Territory was thrown out by a majority of seven. The Rifle Companies Bill is now certain to pass but the results to accrue from it are more than doubtful Tuesday's pro ceedings in the. 'Assembly were not important. - The resolutions of the Committee of Supply were reported and adopted. The Glenelg Water, works and Marine Board, Bills were passed on to the Couucil, and the amendment of that House in the Supreme Court Bill agreed to, as also were some of those on the Real Pro perty Act Amendment BilL On Wednesday the Crown Lands Bill has passed the Council in a slightly amended from but Mr. C. B. Young allowed himself to be persuaded into withdrawing his amendme...
Burra Hospital. BOARD MEETING, NOVEMBER 21. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 22 November 1878
Burra Hosnital. Boaed Meeting, Ivovembeb 21. Chairman reported that £5OJ had been pieced on the supplementary estimates fora wall round tbe premises and pas«ed. Nurses wages to be increased to 17s. €1. a wees. Letter from Bible Christian quarterly meet ing enclosing resolution with apology for delay. Received. Letter from Mr. J. Burrows, enclosing, £8 3*. 61., proceeds of Primitive Methodist Cone rt, acknowledged with thanks, orders enclosed proportionate to amount. Resolved that it be made known by adver tisement that a subscription of £2 entities th-* donor to one order for admission of a patirnt, and that the Board regard there orders as a Valuable safeguard against imposition. Secreary to explain to Burra Lodgs reasons for delay in sending them orders. Sundry accounts parsed for payment. Boundaries of property to be defined at once. Collecting boxes to be opened quarterly. Secretary to keep keys as several had lately been lost. Steps to bi taken to procure a Collector.
Hallett District Council. MONDAY, NOVEMBER 18. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 22 November 1878
Hallett District Council. Monday. J-orEMBEH 18. Present — Me*sra. UrayUy, (-Jli»irii-B- ), Windsor, Thomas, S^holz, Harry, YViik?, aba Dq listen. Minutes of last meeting read and cor fi -med. Ubaiiman reportra ai'. J. Homes w iiks as duly elected for Embury Ward, vise rhomaa resigned. Correspondence from Clerk Crown Lands re the one acre asked for road in Section 687, and Hosier re rate. Clerk to write to Commissioner of Crown Lands re the for eitiug of the three Sections 654, 656, 657, by Siekman & Moule, and if forfeited to ask to have it reseived for timber purpose*. Three tenders for No. 13 Contract, Bunny and Wallis, £29 17* 6J ; Be'ram, (informal) ; John Hill, £21 10j, accepted. Three tender-* lor No. 17 Contract, Bunny & Wtiliie, £25 17s 6 * ; Betram, £11 15 , t-cceptt-d ; John Bill, £18 lfe. One tender for No. 19, John Hil', £9 10?, accepted. Overseer of Woiks reported CKittacfs No. 16, 14, a* flushed ealisfactLfily, loth passed or peymint. Ciai'fnni reported...
NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 22 November 1878
NEW SOUTH WALES. A great number of applications have been received from England and tbe Continent of Europe for space at the International Exhibi tion. .Gold has been discovered nine miles from Dnngog and a rush has set in. This afternoon wken the steamers Victoria and Boomerang weie ready to leave the A^.N. Company's Wharf &-r Queensland the seamen and firemen left tbs vessels in a body refusing to proeeed to sea, the cause assigned being that the Company wer» employing Chinese labor. The Boomerang was unable to proceed on the voyage, but a Cbjaese crew was sent aboard the Victoria to-night, and she proceeded to sea. Dissatisfaction in reference to the action of the A S Jf. Company has been increasing for some time, and it is nHioured that all tbe Company's seamen intend to strike. Action will probably be taken against the deserters to-morrow. A very largely attended meeting was held in the Guild Hal to-night, at which resolutions were passed 'against aay further irflnx of ...
Colonial Items. VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 22 November 1878
Colonial Items. VICrOBIA. & stormy meeting in the Assrnbly is expected to-morrow. There is a desirr on the part o some of the Ministerial members to take np the Council Reform Bill, and a meetine is beine organised for Wednesday evening ; Sir Ciarlee MacMahon to the chair. Mr. Francis Ormond, of Toorak, is the donor of £10,0C0 towards Presbyteriau ©ollege fifii istedto the University. On the resolutions on Supply being reported to the House this evening M-. Berry said when it was considered essential that the Embassy should go to England he looked around in order to ' select the meet suitable men, and chose the Speaker and Professor Pearson as his colleagues. In making the selection be was only actuated by one consideration — as to the three who would have the best chance of presenting the Ctfbe to rte OuKiuld. Office and the Imperial GoverBme&t with the view of securing success, and no other motive. There was no question of reward for services or anything of that ki...
COMMERCIAL. MELBOURNE STATION PRODUCE REPORT. J. H. CLOUGH & Co's REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 22 November 1878
COMMERCIAL. MELBOURNE S1ATION PRODU0E BBPOBT. J. H. Clough Ac Co's Rkpoet. Wool. — We held our usual wetklj sale bj auction at our Warehouses on Monday, tbe llth iBstnnt, whicr wib fully attended by the buyers',, and the competition throughout was very spirited for every lot off--red, and full prices were realised, which in some instances showed an advance upon last «r*k'e rate-. Scoured e--rts were in active demand. There were, however, no superior lots of any descrip - tion ottered, the catalogue consisting entirely of inferior to medium qualities Greasy told at 8 1 to Ug 1 ; scoured, up to 16f i ; and fleece, up to 18 1 pw lb ; we have finue disposed of a few lots privately at similar prices. Quota tions at presnt are for grea-y — inferior, 7-1 to 8|d ; medium, 9 to lOfd ; good, II to JU $1 ; superior. Is 1 J to 1« 2d ; fleece — inferior. Is to 1- 2 i ; ordi ary to' average, 1» 3 1 to la 7d; good to superior, Is 8d ; scoured — inferior, lOd to Is; ordinary, Is Id to Is 4d; good t...
The Northern Territory. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 22 November 1878
The Northern Territory. While It is of grea*. extent and con siderable value if properly used yet the Northern Territory is perhaps the greatest white elephant we possess. At the time ?when the control of the Terri tory was handed pvec to this colony there were bright anticipations of future wealth, and great result to the more Southern portion of the Province but the whole history of the settlement has been one of failure anl blundering. Not only nave the hopes of the past been blighted but serious damage has been done to tins part ot the continent by the mismanagement of the settlement as a -whole, and even nore by the reck less squandering of cash that took place there at the time of the Gold Mining mania. At the present time the finances of the Territory are in a very unsatis factory state it having a considerable bonded debt, and almost no income, and it is therefore not straage that on Tuesday and Wednesday of this week some time was spent in discussing its afikirs in Parliame...
LISTON, SHAKES, & Co's MONTHLY MARKET REPORTS. KAPUNDA, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1878. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 22 November 1878
LISTON, SHAKES, & Co's MOSTHLY LZAKKET REPORTS KAEPSBA. TrjESDAT. OCIOBEE 29. 1878. we nao the largest attendance at this sale that we ever bad in Kapundc, and full entries of etork, nearly ell of which w -re t't^posed cf at Sheep. — Oh account, of M-. Cock -urn, 2'57-t Fat wethers and ewes, in the wool, but atnall, it 9 4dto9il0d. For Mr. A. A. Jieshke, 1,148 Jialf-fat Berbers sburn, at 6, 2 I. On mother encounr, 1,O;XI fat wether*, ehorp, at 9 2*. ForM-. S. \r-bb, 201 *t--re wethers aud ewee, at 4- 11 4, E^r Mr. Ward, 103, tt Is IU. Total, 5,023. Cattxe, — For M^sre. W. M. & J. K', Shan non, 25 head fat steers, at f-om £4 7i to £8 5' ; icswf, £5 7s 61 : H yearline*, at 32s 6i to 50« 6d. On other accounts, 34 head fa^BterT-s st £6 t» £6 11s ; 8 store cows, at £4 4s 61 i 18 f*t heifers, at £6 12- 6 1. For sundry owners, 32 cead, at good price?. Uoeses — Dull of sale; 65 entered; 20 sold at f om £4 to £25. Pia?. — over 200 entered, and nearly all eoW at about last mon...
Magistrates' Court Redruth WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 20. [Before Messrs. J. D. Cave, and W. R. Ridgway, J. P's.] [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 22 November 1878
Magistrates' Court Redruth. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 20 &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; [Before Messrs. J,D. Cave and W. R. &nbsp; Ridgway, J.P.'s] Coglin v. Henry Deckert, Gustav Keller, and H. Linke. Defendants were charged with removing timber from the Crown Lands in the Hundred of Bundey without licence, and &nbsp; were severally fined £2«nd 10s. for each load of timber. The Express,! IS. tons, Frederic*, master, bound for the Darling, whilst camped on the evening of.- the. 16th within three' tnaea of Eurt-^WttieMuiTBy;caaghtfire.-Tbefiatw« rapidly destroyed the boat and cargo, a, portion ot wtuch being kerosine made it fmpotsib'Se even if asektance bad been atiiand toane enyti nig. Sbe muter maA crew were fsbo ? at'tlie idme o- ' the .occumnse, and ttaring rlrft the furnace-door open it is 'einjeeted that O* windoavharell4aaiepkii«ML03gittfaeearg't KplhjBs'wiI^^. ;/ ? . ? .-V- -'.J^j ~.r
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 22 November 1878
MISCELLANEOUS. TO R. GOLDSWORTHY, ESQ., WE the undcrs-ened Ratepayers of MIDDLE WABD in the Town of Kooiinea, knowing the interest yen tike in the welfare of the Buna and its eurroDnding districts, request that tou will allow yourself to be Nominated ai COUNCILLOR for MIDDLE WARD, and should yon comply with the Requisition we will use our influence to aecnrp your return. JOHN LEWIS, J.P. W. ANDERSON CHAS. C. WILLIAM3 ' THOMAS PARES, ben. JOSEPH RICHARDSON, ea. W. IiASSCOCK-. - THOMAS DEEW THOMAS NICBOLLS MRS. A. B. BUILDER JOHN KELLY 8. BOCK C. SCHULTZ A- TOPPERWEIN WILLIAM GFAKE T. W. WILKINSON A. WADE PHILLIP LANE W. PEEL NESBITT A.JOSLING WILLIAM HERBERT 3. S. WOOTON ELEANOR OPIE WILLIAM WEST W. PARKER MRS. LAWLOR E. FREEMAN W. BELLHATCHET JOHN NICHOLLS DANIEL EVANS W.RYAN JOHN BOWLES MhS. BURNS MRS. GROWL J. PEARCE JOHN HOSK1NG Ladies and Gektcehek — In compliance with jour request I offer myself as a candidate lor Councillor for Middle Ward and if elected will do my best for th...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 22 November 1878
PW J. T. WALKER, 5^ WJwlesale 8$ Retail Boot 8? Shoe Maker, BURBA BUERA BOOT FACTORY, COMMERCIAL STREET, KOORING A A Large Stock of Colonial Boots and Shoes Always on hand. Trade supplied at Moderate Prices. Repairs neatly executed. Orders promptly attended to. Peices Low. W. ANDERSON, SVTiolesale and Retail Boot and Shoe Maker, COMMERCIAL-STREET, KOORINCA. c L LARGE STOCK OF ENGLISH AND COLONIAL MADE BOOTS AND SHOE ALWAYS ON HAND. ? ♦ Trade Sutplied at Moderate Puces. Bzfaibb Neatlt Executed. O.EDEE8 PEOMPUr ATZEHDXD TO. Just reeeived a Large Stock of LADIES' LASTING BOOTS, Latest Style. CHARLES G. WILLIAMS (LATE WILLIAM BUILDER), IRONMONGER AND TINSMITH, KOOKUffGA. IRONMONGERY of every description on band. TINWARE Manufactured on the Premises. The TRADE Supplied. SIATIOXIS Liberally Dealt with. All Sorts of PLOUGH FITTINGS in Stock. F1BEARMS and AMSIUJSIUON. GLASS a Special Line. AGENT FOR JAMES MARTIN & CO., MACHINISTS, GAWLSR. Proprietor of the BURRA TINWARE MANUFACTORY....
Local Board of Main Roads RIVERTON TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 19. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 22 November 1878
Local Board of Main Bonds, BXVEBTOIT TuBSDATj KOTEHBEB 19. Fr«s^nt— ii; T. Mbrrid, Esa. (Chairaian), Captain Eillicoat, and Mr. K-lij, Superin* tendin'-SnrrcTor J.- Morris, mad Secretary .„?_.' . .' SUKUX£S. ' . . ? ... The mumtes of last meeting wcra read and confirmed. ??..-.:? EBPOKT OK IK3PECnOH OF BOADS. ' .' The Chaikmas reported that be was quite satisfied with' what he hadeaanand thought that the work had been well djne This Cam musioaer dectde.that .road North-West-Bend via Government WeH/^Wood CnHer'B Gap, RoberUto wn and, Budnnda an road from Woda Cutter's Gap to Breatneck Hill be recom mended fjr tbo schedule. : The Country presented «j engineering difficulties .and ,tiie nature of the giounil was that m tm txA weald he re-quired, for many years simply clearing and defining. ? ?? . - - . ? . - - ; Ca*taih Ejilcoat said that between larlee and Karunda-near Bond's the road should go straight on and »?- id two creek% and as road would t1 en bestraigbterand shorter it would ...
Municipal Election. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 22 November 1878
Municipal Election. A meeting was held at the Institute Hall on &nbsp; Friday, November 15, at which ebont 30 ratepayers assembled to hear the candidates for the majoralty express their views on muni- cipal affairs. The Mayor (Mr. E. Lipsett) read the advertisement calling the meeting, and then stated that as he was a candidate he wished the meeting to elect a chairman. Cr. BARTHOLOMÆUS was elected and be- spoke a fair and impartial hearing for both &nbsp; candidates. He desired the meeting to decide which of the candidates should speak first. The opinion was expressed that the retiring Mayor took precedence as a matter of course. The MAYOR said it was not so but he was prepared to speak if the meeting wished. (There being cries "present Mayor," Mr. Lipsett continued ). He had had the pleasure now for nearly a year to occupy the position of Mayor of Burra and he was grateful for the honor that had been done him. As to tha past, he would like to lay before the ratepay...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 22 November 1878
BUSINESS DIRECTORY. LOj. per quarter, 2s. discount if paid in advance. AUCTIONEERS. L1STON, SHAKES & C!O., Kooringa. COLES & GOODCHILD, Kooringa BUTCHERS. R. AUSTIN, Aberdeen. C. OHLMEYEE, Sooting*. .... D. and E. GEBHARDT, Absnieest BAKES. F. GEBHARDT, Kooringa. BOOTMAKERS. W. ANDERSON, Kooringa. CORN DEALERS. J. ROACH, Burra MilL DRAPERS. &OLDSWORTHY BROS., Kooringa. INSURANCE COMPANIES. AUSTRALIAN MUTUAL PROVI DENT. — A. H. Foedeb. COLONIAL MUTUAL.— P. W. HOLDEB. SOUTH BRITISH FIRE INSUR ANCE — F. W. Holder. MACHINISTS. STATTON -fc HENDERSON, Kooringa. STOREKEEPERS. '_..„- DREW & CO., Kooringa. GENERAL BUSINESS. PROPERTIES FOR SALE. APPILA. CQ1 ACEKS Known as SULLIVAN'S POX a firat-cla»i Farm in good heart, all ptodgbabie a large portion has been cropped »nly once. Plenty water. CCrt ACRES, close to the Townihip, O*)4 wou uaprotid, plenty of Water. ? L_ ? BELALIE. BLACK BOCK. fi*7fi ACRES, adjoining Pekina, one of the U 4 U Mo«t Convenient Farms in...
MUNICIPAL. NOMINATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 29 November 1878
MUNICIPAL. Noshsahonb. Cr. Batchelor acted as Hemming ©fiber. Foe Matob. ? Lipaett, Edward ffesbitt, Wflliun Peel CouKcnaxHi.— -HoBxa Ward. Sidgway, Witti&m Shades. Mtddi-e Wahd. Goldsworthy, Bichard Bichardion, Thomas. _- South Wabd. - White, James W. ' Auditors. ? CsVcl John D. Wuit«, F. B. Mr. SiBgwjay was declared elecled for North WardVMrT J.'jW.'White'for Son'th Ward, and Heesrs. Care end -White aa. Auditors. . ' i^fee polling for Mayor and- Councillor for Middle Ward*- trill be oa Monday next, Slid December, at the Institute, Broad's, Aberdeen, and Mr. White's School, Kooriuga, South Ward. ' :
COURT OF REVISION. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 29 November 1878
COURT OP REVISION. Tfce Corporation eat on Monday morning a a Court of Revision to revise tbe Barges' Bolls. Xbe^following is » statement of the business: Claim!. Rejected. Allowed SauthWard ... 23 ... 5 ... 18 Middle Ward ... IS ... 2 ... 10 NorthWerd ... 17 ... 2 — 15 Total ----...- — ''-- — ?-?'--rr. 52 ., 9 ... 43