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Hanson District Council. MONDAY, NOVEMBER 25. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 29 November 1878

Hanson District Council. Monday. Kovembeb 25. Present: — -Jrs. Dow (Chairman), Bogers, and TohL Clerk reported having received £800 from Booboorowie Council. Two letters received from Crown Lands Offi x relative to rabbit destruction, stating tbat a Government party were at work on reserv es, and that adjoining proprietors had rccen-ed notices. Three tenders received foe work near G am Creek Station, A. Fuzpatricke, accepted, at £8 2s per chain. Four tenders for work n ear Council Chamber, J. O'Leary, accepted, at £8, to be commenced in a week. Lease for old chamber to be signed by Ci uir. man on arrival, without waiting for meet 4ng. Overseer of Works reported having pegged o t site of new Chamber, and tbat the t fork WiS commenced. Payments McDoijald, £4 7 6J. Day work, Corcoran, £5 for etc nes ; J. O'lieary £15, on the Chairmans expeiases, £4 4s.

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Topics. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 29 November 1878

Topics. Rabbits again ! Though the Parlia ment has decreed the entire destruc of these pests, it is not to be done by a E+.rok-fi of the Den and we fear will take more time that has been supposed by those who know little practically of the nuisance. No one would believe us if we stated anything like the unmber of the rabbits now concentrating their devouring energies on anything green in the shape of crops, bark of trees or anything else in this district and not confined either to a circumscribed spot but spread over many miles of country. ' Millions '* are hardly to be conceived so great is the^number intended, yet there must be many millions of rabbits within thirty miles of the Burra just now. Mr. G. A- Gebhardt has de stroyed at Mackerode alone over 60,000 during the past six weeks and they are as plentiful as ever, in fact, though Mr. Gebhardt's crop and feed are long since eaten up, and he las with the result just mentioned attempted to comply with the order he has received un...

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Municipal Elections. SOUTH WARD FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 22. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 29 November 1878

Municipal Elections. SOUTH WARD Fetday, Kovembee 22. Cr. Roberts took the chair, end explained the object of the meeting. ^He then gave a short report of what had been done during the put year in the South Ward, and invited any candi dates present to address she tatepayen. Mr. J'. W. White came forward and eaid be did not know that there waamooh to say but as a few of the ratepayers bad asked him to stand he had consented, and if elected would do bis bast to span d the msney to the bast advan tage. He supposed the.old members of theCoun cil who would remain would know the business pretty wellbj this time, but he thought too much, bad been spent in salaries £200 was too much out of £630 it would be better to put it in publio works. Nothing had been done in the town yet. He thought the health rate was unnecessary, and was sot well spent for no rubbish had been taken away from many places If elected be would do sway with that and put the money into tbe rates so so to secure a larger su...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 29 November 1878

A deputation to day requested thePo stmaster to fix a sixpenny rate for suburban telegrams. Mr. Burns was unfavorable to the proposal, as he thought it would lead to a serious loss to the A man named Meares while bathing at Lane Cotb_ Kiver yesterday was seized by a sherk, hut it being a small one he escaped with lace ration only. Owing to the Government not removing a house on a reserve near Cootamindara the building was burnt down by some of the residents. The fences were also cat down. Bbllovxzy't Ointment and Fittt. — As spring approaches a most favourable opportunity offers for the rectifying irregularities, removing impurities, and erasing blemishes which have arisen from the presence of matters forbad by winter from being transpired through the pores.. This searching Ointment, well rubbed upon the skin, peeetsates to the deeply-seated organs, upon which it exerts a most wholesome and beneJfcial influence. Well nigh all the indi gestiens give way to this simple treatment, aide...

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COUNCILLOR FOR NORTH WARD. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 29 November 1878

COUNCILLOR FOR NORTH WARD. At a meeting at Broad'* Hotel, Aberdeen, on Tuesday, 25th November, called to coneidir tbe representation of North Ward, there were about 30 persons preeent. anfl Mr. Gartretl ??- voted fo tbe chair. The Ckaxbvait stated the object of the meeting, and invited any candidates who wire present to address the ratepayers. Mr. W. B. Bxdgctax announced that he was a candidate for election as a Councillor for North Ward provided they favoured him with their support. He had waited till the last moment to see if anyone in whom he had con fidence would come out, but he had not eeen anyone yet. If anyone appeared to bis liking he would withdraw. He had quite enough to do without tbe position or us it was said the honors of office, especially as the reward gene rally was unlimited absse which be expected would be his lot when he retired. He would state a few of his reasons for standing. Ihe JSurra Corporation occupied so far anything but an enviable position. The gentl...

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Burra Corporation. MONDAY, NOVEMBER 25. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 29 November 1878

Burra Corporation. MOKBAT, NOVEMBEB 25. Present: — His Worship the Mayor, Cr«. Robert?, Geake, Bartholoxcaiu, Bitchelor, and Wilkinson, snd the Town Clerk. Minutes. The minutes of last meeting were rr«d End confirmed. COEEESPOKDEKCE. W. Brooks at Hampton asked permission tt lay a pipe beneath a street for gardening pur poses. Granted. , ... . : «-,;-. . . ?? Messrs. B andey And Disfewood-wrote stating that the costs of the othra-Bideri*fltatton and. Henderson would ba 'about £25,* £10 $0-'of which the Corporation would bare to have paid under any circumstance for transfer, &e They advieed settlement. Beached that tha matter be closed and the agreement assented to. Mr. Bertram wishing the Council to -define his boundary, to be referred to ? enrvejor Mr. F. B. White thanked the Council for acceeding to his request for a drain,. i'AXTON SOJITABS. The watarWe near Faxton Square to. hs Slledin. ATtES-STEBET BbIDQE. The Drid^e in Ayere-itreet (a be inspected ind reported on. . Ces...

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Magistrates' Court Redruth. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 27. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 29 November 1878

Magistrates' Court Redruth. Wednesday. November 27. (Before Messrs. J. D. Cave, and. H. Dawson J.P.'s] C.J. Chalker was charged with entering   the run of Mesrs. Church and Warnes on the   Eastern Plains with a mob of 200 cattle with out notice. Defendant pleaded guilty, and as Mr. Warnes did not press the charge the Bench inflicted a penalty ef £2 and £3 Is. cost.

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Humorous Gatherings. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 29 November 1878

Humorous Gatherings. ' Is that your offspring, madam V said a Missouri judge to au elderly female.—' No, sir,' said she, ' it's my oldest bov.'' Mn. iLCGKE, who denveil his pedi gree from Nuah, explained it in tliis maur.er : ' Noah had three sons — Shem, liain, and one more.' ' Cas vesi inform me,3 said a student to a. bookseller, ' whether I can find aiiy v.-hers the Mograpby of Pollock V — ?'' Vt'!, I dare say you will £nd it in J tlis C-ou'-'se of Time.' j?iX old lady recently directed the attention of her husband to a pair of twins, remarking, as she did so, ' How much these two children do look alike especially the one this way!' The I-orto:i cuitor said, lie wrote as plain as could be, ' the sacred heavens arc-aiid him shine/' when the printer -vcat and made it, '-'The sacred hyenas around him whine .!' Cita3li.esgi:'G lawyer to a coloured jinvi:-:ui in Ciinion, Louisiana, ' Do vou knov.- what a verdict is'?' — ' 2s o, sah.' ? ' Did you ever see one ?'— No, suh ! I nebber was...

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A Narrow Escape. CHAPTER III. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 29 November 1878

A Narrow Escape. rKAPT ZR ILL Wiicr. C-«»;isi:i J^ri-^s i\-lr»«mfi'3 in the or-- ' ? : 'mm iii-s clt\~ nr'vin.1. lie fomni J' ' . :i r.~ i: s'r. I piv{-;iriii2; their frug:'- i.'- '3P:-1 Ol -tilC! illy ; lnii S;1S was ; joici- , so pensive ml ?'.vocLTii''-'^, an-l !»i'- . i a'ov,; -.vit!i .s::;--i .Tr-p::ront ! 1as«h :;???.: ' . ' Vir.jrr. v.\-;irluts3. iiiat I he c-'i i-V .oi s*. ?- ? -.otieirv'' t'ic- :Jt-*;';i- tio-i ?;:.-''. :i .'? ' ?'?'T^'iou-- ir'il nv-'.;:i:i | Lerir'iiiicr ??-'.? KJ!-.::r -v. It ? - ur.-i: h-.-.i owf. struck him lately tluit :i:'v' ;^ t]^ three months wliicii had eln: -1 giucc liis fa filter's re-* jnoval io tlic castle. -=he La-l been moro t'uui usi:aliy jr^y ann sprightly : ^u' tlie difference was now so in:«-keu tliat. sifter ni'.'eli useless cudgelling of his brains to acooaut for the change. Lo vesolve.1 to question her on the srJ:;ect. Nov.* this young m:m, although an honest and honourable ieliovr, v,-as by no means cither ;». liaii»Lj-iie or even ti...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 29 November 1878

%, J. T. WALKER, S^ Wliolesole $? Retail Boot §* Shoe Maker. BTOEA BUBEAv^OOT TAOTOBT, COMMERCIAL STREET, KOORING A ? — o ? A Large Stock of Colonial Boots? and Shoes Always on hand. Trade supplied at ^federate Prices. Repairs neatly executed. Orders promptly attended to. Prices Low. W. ANDERSON, Wholesale and Retail Boot and Shoe Maker, COfyS£fg£g?CIAL-3T§lEET, KOORIfSQA. A LARGE STOCE OF ENGLISH AND COLONIAL AIADE BOOTS A3SD SHOE ALWAYS O5T HAND. ? + ? __ : Thade Sttpplieb at Modi; bate Prices. Bzf&ias JSeatey Executed. Okdebs Pkosipixt Attesdeb to. Just received a Large Stock of LAD IES' LASTING BOOTS, Latest Style. CHARLES G. WILLIAMS (LATE WILLIAM BUILDER), IRONMONGER AND TINSMITH, 3gi£ O C£ ^ ^ ^T ^^^,B IKOKaIOXOEET of every description on har.d. TlIsWARK Statufactured on the ?reu-Isds. The 'TKADE Ssippiicd. tJlAl'IOiS Liberally Dea)t vritlj. All Sjrts of TLOUGU: B1TTISG3 in Steek. Jb'IREABMS sad AMilUMiION. OLAS3 a Special liioe. AGENT FOR JAJIES 2TAETI2T & CO...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 29 November 1878

PRIZE WINNOWERS I PRIZE WiNNOWER&I! TO SAVE LABOR IS TO SAVE MONEY. ? .T A ~MHFng=3 'XftTTTTH A TT.TP.'Vj MACHINIST, KAPUNDA. Begs to inform the Farmers of the Colony that last eeuon lie bad to DECLINE 'SO LESS THAN 57 OU1-ERS for his CELEBRATED PRIZE WItfNOWING MACHINES, In consequence of fach ordttv be ng kept back eo long. Ae there is every prospect of a good harvest next season, 3. W. would urge on those requiring his Machines (the advantages of which are too well known to need dilating on) the expediency of SENDING IN their OBDEBS WITHOUT DELAT. These Machines CARRY MOBE SIEVES than any other Winnowing Machine*, having TWO DBAKE SIEVES. &? These Winnowers have taken First Prizes wherever exhibited. AGENIS— Jamestown, ThomaB Carter; K«dine, Brawn & Sons i Moouta, Warn Bros.; Me'rose, W. Marshall ; Terowie, Thos. iioek;ng ; Orroroo, (iaieiiur xtros. TO WOOLGROWERS. LUXMOORE'S WOOL WAREHOUSES Gilbert Place, Adelaide. ESTABLISHED 1857.. LUXMOORE & OO...

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MEETING AT BROAD'S ABERDEEN SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 23. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 29 November 1878

MEETING AT BROAD'S ABERDEEN, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 23. A very large number of ratepayers assembled   on Saturday evening to hear tbe candidates for the Mayoralty express their views, and though occasionally there were outbursts of, feeling manifested by groans, hisses, cheers, &c., yet on the whole the meeting gate a fair hearing to tbe several speakers. The Mayor read the notice calling the meet- ing, and then said that as he was a candidate for re-election, he would ask them to appoint a Chairman. Mr. James TlVER being elected asked the meeting to say who should speak first, and after some little exhibition of unpleasantness it was decided that who ever spoke first should have a reply at a later stage, and that the present Mayor should speak first. Mr. Lipsett then said be had been requested by a large requisition to contest the election another year and having consented now appeared to address them. Before entering uuon the work of the Corporation he had a few w...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 29 November 1878

?BTJ^rSTESS DIRECTORY, 10i. per quarter, 2a. discount if paid in advance. AUCTIONEERS. LISTON, SHAKES i CO., Kooringa. COLES & GOODCKILD, Kooringa BUTCHERS. R. AUSTIN, Aberdeen. C. OHLMEYER, Kooringa. C. and EL GEBHARDT. Aberdeen, BAJtER. P. GEBHARDT, Kooripga. BOOTMAKERS. 'W. ANDERSON, Kooringa. CORN DEALERS. J. ROACH, Burra Mill. DRAPERS. GOLDSWORTHY BROS., Kooringa. IXSCBANCE COMPANIES. AUSTRALIAN MUTUAL PROVI DENT.— A. H. Fordek. COLONIAL MUTUAL. — F. W. IlOLDEp. . SOUTH I BRITISH FIRE INSUR ANCE;— F. 'W. HOLDEK. MACHINISTS. STATTON & HENDERSON, Kooringa. STOREKEEPERS. DREW Jj; CO., Kooringa. GENERAL BUSINESS. PROPERTIES FOR SALE. i ? XT j9l 3E& IMC £E. \ APPILA. i'»Q1 ACRES Kcoxra sb SULLIVAN'S UOJL a isrst-eleas Farm in good heart, all plougtiab'e alarga portion has been cropped only ones IPJenty water. KX^J AGUES, close to the Township, *J*J*i wc![i improved, plenty of Water. ? j 1 BELALIE. ! iUrwU remainder Spen6id Grazing Land. j BLACK ROCK. fi'7'fi ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 29 November 1878

AUCTIONS. JBUKBA MONTHLY MARKET. RlCffA^DSON'S YABDB, KOOBIJfGA. Monday, December 2. COLES & GOOD CHILD wlil sell by auction, as above, comiaene '»--: at I o'clock — ^ AOO FAT AND ft Afift 0,4frUU stoke sheep. Oj^UU For Mr. J.-\VErrir»fc — 1,700 Prime Fat Wetbers 3?ar Mr. J. TI. Atieo' — 500 Pri«ie Fet Wethers For Mr. J Finrcre — 200 Fat Wei here For M-. T. If. Broad— 5NK) K ?. VW,r«?rs For Mr. a. A Gtibhsrdt— 70) Vx'-s. pfi,,!e Crogs-bredg Vc- 'sr. J. P i«o-'jk ? I 5 ^ .or. 1 Sheen.- Fat and Scores V it . W. |»,.ke:. _ ' C-TQ^d Oe Wether?. jlV*j cattlk. IUw F- ;? \r-. \'. FL Tor.nfe— 50 rri-r.p IV Bullocks, from the North 1 -r ilir. D U.-Inllnch — 25 4---cc- «! i store B :llocks F^r r?-..F. C. Austin— 30 \t\x-n. Fit ai.d Stor? Cattle. Fo 'JMr.^r 5 P.-.:C- F.' ^U^Or-ts . T .-!-i S :V.i.-kir:a Bnilocks --?'. J. *..*;-. . '?» ??- ? -??- '0 'r'.rV...gDai:o-%,wi!h 36 horses. 30 iV Alr.BiTJ. D-!iis— His sell-known Entire Horse WALLACE. bar vnrotis a--cuurit$ — 29 ilesvy, Medium, ...

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MELBOURNE STATION PRODUCE REPORT. J. H. CLOUGH & Co's REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 6 December 1878

MELBOURNE STATION PRODUCE BfcPOdT. J. H. Clougb & Co's Rspobt. Wool. — S'nce our last montL s issue great activity has previileJ in this marker, arrivals of wool into town have continued to ba very heavy day bv -i«y, and large catalogues have been weekly ottered et tne various wool ware honse. In consrqnence of the un&rcnrable nature of the advices o* t'ie ETome market — Land jn telegrams of the 26?h October advising ' the market inactire with drooping prices'— therr been a gradual tendency in the same directions exhibited here, whicn has been reost mnriced in inf.rior classes of Merino, and in all descriptions of Croes-breds and long haired wool?, while, well-bred acd superior -wools frond eager buyers at very satisfactory rate*. When the later telegraph advices were received, reporting tfce opening of the L-mdon November series of sales at a decline of 8 to 10 per cf n*, on the lowest range of prices . at the previous sales', our market -n sympathy therewise suffer...

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ADELAIDE PIG AND CALF MARKET. November 27. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 6 December 1878

ADELAIDE PIG AND CALF MARKET. November 27. Mr. Geobge LauGHTon reports this weeks sale nf Pigs«n-i Calves *s follows : — . Pigs. — The supply was a very light one and nricea ranged a little higher than last week : porkers were fa-rly represented and in brisk demand at advancing prices, light weights were keenly c imp ted for 6tore3, the enpply was much below rcqutr mentr, and soreral buyers «era unsble to purchase suitable stock. There is a good demand for fairly grown, (or putting on stubble, &*. ; bacoa pigs very few in. Cauveb. — Again there was a very short eupplr. The tew in sold at much better prices than f -r several weeks past. I sold inferior, from Ss 6i to 20s, and up to £2 12s for p ime.

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Source of Revenue. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 6 December 1878

Source of Revenue. A great deal has been said of lateabou the necessity that is stated to exist in* this colony for increased taxation to produce larger income, and as a result a bill was brought into Parliament for that purpose, which was only defeated in the Legislative Council. In some quarters it has been frequently asserted for several years -that there were sources of revenue as yet unfathomed, which if taken full advantage of instead of being only just touehed would amply meet present, and to a Luge extent also future requirements. One of the fore-' most of these sources was the land leased for squatting purposes outside the agricultural districts. On the 20th November last a return was laid on the table of the House of Assembly and ordered to be printed, describing the lands granted by the Government as endowments to the University, the Education Council, and the Forest Board, giving among ether items, the rent received by the Government pre vious to the handing over of thes...

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Municipal Elections. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 6 December 1878

Municipal Elections. Itwu evident at an early boor on Monday morning that some nnnsaal event was about to transpire, and throughout the diy there was r ry joneiderable excitement as the poling pro ceeded for the election cf Mayor asd one Councillor. The lively appearance caused by thj knots of people discussing the merits of t ie Candidate*, or the probable result of the clectior, and the running of traps to and fro with the voters, add-d to the business of a monthly sale made a very busy day of Decem ber 2. A great deal of interest centered in the Mayoral contest, the only other being far Councillor for Middle Ward, and the general opinion was that the running would be %i.ceedingly close. The Returning Officer was Mr. W. H. Balchelor, Mr. Bart hole se 48 being D:puty at North Ward, ad Mr. Oeakr, Deputy at Soath War4. The ecru iny was begun rsm^diatoly upon the c'os* A th.s poll end wasvery expeditionsly got through. ? We append a statement of the voting :— For Matde North Middle So...

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Burra Corporation. TUESDAY, DECEMBER 3. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 6 December 1878

Burra Corporation. Tuesday. Dxcekbbb 3. Freeent :— His Worship the Mayor (W. P. Neshitt), Cr«. Batchelor, Bartholorranu, Bidgmy, Bichardson, and White, and the Town Clerk. . JDatb of HsszrirG. The Matob said that as tfaia «» their first meeting their duly would be to appoint the day land hour* of meeting. ^ ^^.-.^ .-«* Cr. Babthoix-hS0b mored Cr. Baxchemb seconded that the Council meet on erary alternate Mond y at 7 p.m., oommeBchig on Monday, December 9*. Carried. finUBBB. Cr. Bidqwat aaidhe wished to more for . aereral retnrai to enable them to enter In teli gently on their wars: next meeting. . . Cr. BABTHoixnuBtrs thonght Hut going beyond the business of that meeting. After some conversation Cr. StatewAY moved, and Cr. Whzxb seconded that a return of ell persons in the employ of the Corporation with their dirties, m^Im-hm, and emoluments .be prepared. Carried. - - Cr. Bidbwat mored, Or. Biohabbsok seconded [that the correspondence re approach ' to the new bridge with s return of...

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Under the Verandah. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 6 December 1878

Under the Verandah. ' Whatever men do, or think, or seem. Our motley paper seizes for its theme.' [{mm Jgvbhal.] I breath once more. The contest end its excitement are pssstd. Some have thought, perhaps hoped, that I had ceased -o pomnl u*t« mv views of men and thine?, but I war mereh in recess, deeming it adruaDie to exert no bias on the n-indg t f eiectore. 1 de net profiss to be a party man, never theless I am human, and the contagiousness of excitement m'g'ht have led me to overstep the bounds of that, iropai tiality which it is my wish to preserve. Sut now my blood ie cool, and I look back at reant events with mingled feelings of surpiise, pleasure, and regret. I suppoee I shoul.i congratulate the successful cindidates, but asy previ -usly rxpreeeed diabil'ef in muni cipal u( ncure leads me rather to consider tbe successful competitor's position the more enviable. Let me, however, congratulate the Major and tbe ex- Mayer that tbey have not allowed the recent contest to be a bar...

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