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Intercolonial Items. VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 6 December 1878

Intercolonial Items. VICTORIA. An Embassy meeting at ilotham, called by the local Reform League, passed resolutions in favcr of the Governmeut proposal. The Minister of Work?, who was present} said Black Wednesday was the beet day that the sun had dawned on in the colony. One of the morning papers states that tbe Opposition purpose taking a distinct vote con demnatory of the Embassy tomorrow evening in tbe Assembly, bet it is only anticipatorjt no arrangements have ytt been nade. Mr* Service bas not been commnBicated with by those politically asscc;ated with him, and H any movement is r.sde it will probably be by the diteffected Ministerialists. Mr. Robert Clarke, one of the members for Sandhurst-, is spoken of jb likely to bell the cat, The principal business to-morrow evening in the Asreir bly will be the discussion on the Council'a resolutions and the adjourned debate on Sir. J. O Shanaasy s Education Act Amend ment BilL Id the Council an attempt will be made to protract tbe disc...

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CORRESPONDENCE. MOUNT BRYAN EAST, DECEMBER 2. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 6 December 1878

CORRESPONDENCE. MOUNT BKYaS EAST, December 2. (From our own Correspondents ). Tbe hay harvest is almost finished and has turned out as good as was expected. Tbe hot weather has turned eff the crops very faet this last fortnight : -eauine will commence in about a week or ten days if ;ne hot weather continue. The crepe will not no* yield as well aa wa« anticipated on account of -the rabbits, as they are down on the crons in many places. One farmer told me that they are clearing about seven acres a night on his farm, he is not the only one that is feeling the little pest, for every one is getting more or less destroyed by them. The farmers 'are growling like bears with ecald heads because the Government did not put the Compulsary Act in force nith one and all. As time is money with the farmers and it ie too late now as they are all leaving the grass land and going en the wheat. The farmers have to go around their wheat and through it killing them. There have been thousands of them dest...

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Parliament. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 6 December 1878

Parliament. On Saturday last after a somewhat shorter session than usual the proroga tion took place. A review of the session is not altogether unsatisfactory though out 01 the multitude ot measures passed into law there are comparatively few of first class importance. It is a great pity that we seem to have so completely got into the habit of wasting a huge amount of time in talk at the earlier part of the sessions and then rushing bills through with lightning speed and in an undigested state at last. Any one who has been.in the House when ajbill has passed .through all its stages -at one effort will under stand what .-.an . empty form the firest, second, and third readings are in such a case. Fancy 20 or 30 Legislators sitting in various positions reading chatting or it may be dozing, while the Speaker, Chairman, or Clerks repeat formulae which tothe'uninitiated sound like gabble, gabble, gabble, and so the bills pass. While this is certainly not intelligent Legislation the diffic...

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NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 6 December 1878

NEW ZEALAND. The British ship Kauthminater, bound tro-n New York to Wellington, became a total wreck this morning on the Kelp Reef, near Welling ton. She had a large cargo of Yankee notions, Amercan organs, &c. Nothing will be saved. The passengers and crew were caved with diffi culty. Tbe steamer Tannaki bas broken up, and all her cargo lost.

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

ATTOTTOSS. * jiUaaijaosTjLY market. Friday, December C AT ONK O'CLOCK, S3ABP. LIST ON, SHAKES, & CO., will #*ll br auftion as above — U,O61 SHEEP. 0,0 Zl j-y omer Sfe8-r«. M'Cul'och Bro*. - 2,000 Fat We'hcra, from Baralta. B*' orHer Mr. A. lliirrift- — 300 Fat Sneer, Ewre and Wethera. By ord^r Mr. H. T-- laggan— 400 F-it VTethcn. 3? order J. FT. Anggs. E*q — 500 k'tt Wether*, from Hill Hirer. Bj order Mr. T. H. Broad— ?400 ts.o.d Wt-ihers. On.sno:'.!'!1 see unr — 400 8tore Wethere, 4 and 6 tooth. By order A. Loire, E*q. — 656 Breeding Ewes, good mouths and lerfce freraes. By orde- Mr. C Price— 1 400 Your g Sheep. By order Mr. li. Ban y man — 200 E«rcs and Wt-ilur.', very prime; »!?o, £0 F»t Li:i.bs. By order Meg re. Tvillpcs Uros. — 15JJj.tnoth Kam«, ' Merinos.' 220 '*'%££»? 220 On ae*onnt. Messrs. Ilay frNeTloi'ly 70 Fat Bu lock', Iroai the Darlirg. Oo tcount VV. Ccckrom, Esq.— ' ' 20 -Fat Bullock?, e'er., 40 5 year old Store Bull.-ck«, about half fit. A really, good lut fo...

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COMMERCIAL. ADELAIDE WOOL HIDE AND SKIN MARKET. November 28, 1877. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 6 December 1878

COMMERCIAL. ADELAIDE WOOL HIDE AND SKIH MARKET. November 28. 1877. Mr. uenrge ijaugnton reports tins weefcB sale of wool, hidef, sheepekins, tallow &;^ 88 follows:— Wool. — There is no alteration noticeable in this market. Sheipsktss. — The green ones now arriving are seedy a -.d inferior. I sold at frum 3s 6d to 4a and fjr any country and station tkins up to 5|d per ib. Pulta from 8d to 6J. Hides. — The market continues very inani mate. The wet k* supply nf green hides lias been eenerolly inferior in qaality and buyers have shown very little disposition to purchase except at lower rates. Quotations best ox, from 20j to 23s ; inferior to medium, from 103 6d to 19- 6d; cow-, from 10s 6d to 14s 31; c -.nniTy Palted, 10a to 21s ; calve ekinp, Is tc 5?. Kangaroo Skins are lower in value.cxcept fur larf e size, are dull of eale. J'allow. — This market continues wit! out change. .

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THROUGH COMMUNICATION BETWEEN PORT PIRIE, CRYSTAL BROOK, GLADSTONE. CALTOWIE, AND THE BURRA AND NORTH LINE. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 6 December 1878

THROUGH COMMUNICATION BETWEBK Poet Pikib, CKjrsiAii Buook, Gladstone. Cauowie, and thb Bcbba and jlOETH LlKS. AM. A.M. P-M ||| ? ? ' 5'° POBTPrBiKPosT OpprOE ? 6 3i 5.5 95 „ ., Station... ? 6.40 5.15 Njppebb? ? 7.8 5 43 87 Chtstal Bbook ... arr. ? 7.40 6.15 „ ., ... dep. ? 7 SO 6 27 7? George Town .^ roufo ? 8.18)6.55 70 Glabstcbe ... ...arr ? 8 0S 7.15 „ ...dep ? 8.5«'745 63 Caxtowix ? arr ? 9.35 8.30 ? dep. ...... 9438.35 51 Jamestown ? arr ? 10.12 9.5 „ (by coed') -fcp ? 10 3- — 43 P.M. Hallett (by coach) arr ? 1.40 19 , ? dep. 6.45 40 18J Bcbba ? arr 8.0 4.50 ^ ? dep 85 50 BlYBBTON ? arr 6J50 Gawiee , ? 1135 830 P.H. Adelatok ? 1255 930 P.'PT Apei-AIPE ? 12 30 9 25 ? A.H. AX. P.M gf ? gs Pobt Adeuidi ? 1 ? 7.554-35 gjfg Adelaide ? 7.50 430 £'§?3 Gawxbb ? 8.5O5 3o-£,l'2 P.M. ly* RlVEBTON ? £fc Bfbba ? arr ? 12.209,0 M Haix^tt ? arr ? 1.30 3s6d „ (by coach) dtp ? S 15 Jamestown ? arr ? 5 45 7a 0-i „ ? dep. 7.10 6.10 Caxtowix ? arr 7 32 6 32 Ss 4d „ ? dtp 7 40 6,40 Gladstone ? arr ...

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QUEENSLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 6 December 1878

QUEENSLAND. Tbe A.S.N. Company's laborers at Cook town have o;ienly stated their intention to prevent the discharge of the cargo of the Victoria, which is bonrly expected. They threaten if necessary to use force to pwren* the Company employing Chinese, A* Bris bane the sti ike of the Co upar.y's what f laborers and seamen continues. O«^er ie strictly pre serve^. Another large meeting is to be hrld for the purpose of initiating snbscriptim lists.

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NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 6 December 1878

NEW SOUTH WALES. A banquet given to (he Australian Cricketer* was largely attended and very successful. The Governor, the President of the Council, sxd members of the Ministrv were oreeeni. The Governor made a capital speech, in which he eulogised tbe success of the Australian Eleven and t heir conduct in England. A monster open air anti-Chineae demonstra tion took place this evening in Hyde Park. It was convened by the Political Reform Union and presided over by tbe President, Mr. O'Conne'. It was ertimatcd that fully 12,000, persons were present. Tbe place was lit up by torchlights. A petition, strongly condemicg the introdactkm of Chinese, for presentation to Parliament was carried unanimously amid tremendous cheering. The delegates with the petition proceeded to the Houses of Parliament followed by thousands of persons. In conse quence of fears of a disturbance the police authorites had a large posse of police present at their eervicM were not rrquirer'. Perfect J order r«»;iled...

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HALLETT, DECEMBER 4. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 6 December 1878

HALLETT. December 4. There is not much in the way of news in tbi place except the death of the youngest child of Mr. Meyers. I have not heard the cause of death, a docter had been attending it. The road still swarms with reaper* goinS Jamestowr way add North-East. 'Ike station yard looks like a machinists yard but if. all what one hears is true one half of the machines will not be fully employed, the rabbits are worse than ever. The two districts have now ?topped taking ecalpB. The short time they were receiving since tbe last rate amounts to 200,491. The Halle tt District Council pit commenced receiving December 31, 1877, and ?topped on August 12, then resumed again October 21 and stopped December 2, last Monday, and now contains the en irmous amount of 210,773 scalps, not quite ten months work this does not show what the the farmers have killed privately they are doing frightful damage; one farmer Mount Bryan East out of forty acres has got three ton&JJhay, another out out...

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Hallett District Council. MONDAY, DECEMBER 2. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 6 December 1878

Hallett District Council. MOKDAT. DiiCtMBSS 2. Present — Measrs. Brayley, (Chairmat ), Wilk*, Windsor, Brown, Sziiilz, Mill*, ana Harry. Minutes of list meeting read and confirmed, Gorrespondgace from John Hill refusing to ?carry out his contract*. Cammissioaer oi Crown Lands re By-laws. Resolved that any tenderer in sending in a tender must deposit an amount of 10 per. cent. © i a nount of tender. Account* from Chronicle, Observer, a&d Williass received and ps.seJ for payment. T*v- teadara r-ceive I for coutract So. 20; Sunny & Wallis, £18 10.; Thomas, £13, accepted. Account from Sumtnera referred bask. Contracts 13, 17, 18, and 19 to be re ad vertued. Clerk to write to Mr. Hosier re constables ?erpenees. Payaieut ordered for repairs to Kurkalo Creek. Cl rk to write Commissioner of Crown Land* re By-'aw*. Notice of motion bj Windsor far forming roaJ between Seodons 415, and 446, Ulooloo, Resolved, Council meet this day month.

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Prorogation Speech. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 6 December 1878

Prorogation Speech. The following is the Prorogation Speech : — HOHOBABLS GEBTLSMSN OP THB liEGISLATITB Council, ah» Qestzbmsx of xas Uoubs of Assembly— It u a eource of much gratification to me that the state of public business enables me thus early to release you from your Parliamen tary labors, and I acknowledge with pleasure tbe diligence with which you hare discharged jour duties daring a session which has been marked by the passing of many important measures. GTOTLnUff OF THB HOVBE OF ASSEMBLY — In tbe name of Her Majesty I thank you for the liberal supplies granted tor the Government of tbe province, and I assure you that due re gard to ecDuoJiy will be exercised in their application to the objects for which they have been voted. HOBOBABLB GEXTXEMHr AND GKWTI.5MEN— The various importantmeasurespasEed during the present session will, I hope, tend to the advancement and prosperity of the colony. Tbe question of amending tbe Real Property Act has received, as it deserved, a larg...

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English Items. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 6 December 1878

English Items. Mr. Gladstone was entertained at a banquet at Greenwich by his constituents. In hit speech he urged tbe Liberals (o. united action On the invitation of Mr. M'Cullagh Ton-ens, HJP., Mr. Gladstone afterwards addressed a monster mass meeting at Woolwich. He reviewed the policy of the present Government condemning the secret treaties, the grow in* expenditure, the declaration of war ugains* Afghanistan without the consent of P«r3i - nent, end the general desire the MinUtry had shown to abridge the liberties of the peop'e. AJdiplomatic correspondenca relating to the affairs of Central Asia just published states that G.neral Eaufman has been inconstant communication with the Ameer of Aff ^hanstan . The Russian Government at fi-et denied that Russian troops were marching on Cabul, but ?ubse jaently treated the matter as the iatie* pendent action of General Kiufmann, declar' ing the troops were on'y on sick leave, and that the motive was one of 'imp'e courtrsy to the Ameer. T...

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

%^ J. T. WALKER, 'B^. Wholesale % Retail Boot % Shoe Maker, BUERA BimttA BOOT FA^TGE.7, 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. PaicES Low. W. ANDERSON, Wholesale and Retail *Boot and Shoe Maker, COMMERCIAL-STREET, KOGRiiSQA. 1 LARGE STOCK OP ENGLISH A3TD COLONIAL MADE BOOTS AKD SHOE ALWAYS ON HAND. ? ♦ Tbade Scpmxed at Modeeate Phices. Be?-obs Keatix Execcted. Oedebs Peompxlt Attended to. Fust reeeived a Large Stock of LADIES' LASTDsG BOOTS, Latest Style. CHARLES a WILLIAMS (LATE WILLIAM BUILDER), IRONMONGER AND TINSMITH, IRONMONGERY of every description on hand. TINWARE Manufactured on the Fieiuiees. The TRADE) Supplied. SlATIUfiS Liberally D«»U wi«K All Sir«8 of PLOUGH FITTINGS in Stock. riEEABMS and AM MUM I ION. GLASS a Special Line. sxiivx29ir«a- jsaLA.c±±-±-BUJhi xxespov AGENT FOE JAMES MARTIX & CO., MACHINISTS, GAWLER. ^roprieto...

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Aminadab Holdfast; OR, THE ROBBERY OF THE MAILCOACH. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 6 December 1878

Aminadab Holdfast; OR, THE ROBBERY OF THE MAILCOACH. About the period when I received my first actual judicial appointment (I am a retired judge — name is of no eon sequence), a most singular circumstance occurred in connection with a class of offences which was believed to be dying out — namely, highway robbery ; but which had the affect of fully awakening public attention to - the proceedings of the ' knights of the road.' Great changes had been for some years taking place in the speed and and the general appointments of stage coaches. The days of the ' York Fly,' which went at about the rate of that well-kown insect, were numbered, and the conventional Salisbury waggon was very nearly obsolete. Men with means and enterprise were setting up fast coaches, well horsed and well appointed, and well driven, so that travelling assumed a very different aspect to what it had for so many years presented. TLe Post Office contracts were more stringent ana under penalties. Those proprietors o...

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A M[?] Escape. CHAPTER III. (Concluded from our last.) [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 6 December 1878

A Narrow Escape CHAPTER m. ( Concluded from our fast.) ? ??'?i « .. u-iahinu «scane-^, or had Le not I tori«;,s cvra at tMs moment lie was iu.aiurcJ in tlie loathsome dunge o.isof(\-,r];.,!«-Cast!e, al-uut -which so many dreadful stones were told. What aiiould she do I What com&Z she do? Alsis ! notliimr — nothing — nothing ! SJie w.\s powerless to afford him the «!iThl3Su aid. She had no means of informing him of the danger in which ho. r.c-jod — no means of hurrying his flu at in caso ha Iiad not yet set on. She was utterly powerjpss. At tliis juncture sue luckily caught s'jjljfc of tl:«» old widow eutering the garden on her return from the tea ]kil1-t. r.r.d felt the obsolute necessity o* repressing ~11 outward eigus of emo tion. *; BVss my hrei.rt and soul, child ! ex claimod Mrs. DImock, as she entered the room ; ' here's news — here's most wonderful i»ews ! Only to think 3 The ?wild Highlanders, that they say eat raw sheep's heads and wear no breeches, are coming down ...

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

MISCELLANEOUS. A CABD. JA. GOODFELLOW, Licensed Surveyor . Specially Incensed under the -Real Pro perty Act. Mining Surveyor — Late Surveyor at the Burra Mines. Mineral Clainw examined end reported on. - Lattd asd Geitbrai. CoKinssioir Agxkt. Agent for the North Adelaide and Genere Building Society. ? Mabket-squabe, Kooringa SHOP OABDS neatly printed at th« ♦?BURBA BECOBD' OFFICE. SCHOOL HYMKS printed cheap at the 'BUBBA BECOBD' OFFICE. CART NOTES PRINTED at the ' BURRA BEOOnD' OFFICE. MOURNING AND MEMORIAL CARDS at the 'BURRA RECORD' OFFICF. T- ILL HE ADS all size*. Charges moierate _t- ' BUSRA RECORD' OFFICE. VISITIBG CARDS printed with neatness and dispatch at the 'BURBA RECORD*' OFFICE. /~i HE MISTS' LABELS orintal at tbe V/ 'BUaRi RECORD' OFFICF PRIZE WINNOWERS! PRIZE WUtNOWERSli TO SAVE LABOR IS TO SAiVE. HONEY, rr a isrFlfl 'W'HIIE-A.^X^lar, MACHINIST, KAPUNDA. Beg' to inform the Farmerso! U.e Colony that last aeison he had to DECLINE BFO LES9 ^ ' THAN 57 OKDfiRS for his CELE...

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

piAUTION TO THE PUBLIC V ? PREVENTION OF FIRE. Chief Secretary's Ofijce, Adelaide, 1st Kovember, 1878. The attention of the Public is directed to the provisions of the Bush Fires Act, So. IS1 of 186 ^ and IS of 1874; all Police-conetsb'-e* and Crown Lands Bangers having received strict instructions to take proceedings and recover penalties for offences under the said Acts. The following are offences under the Acte : — 1. Burning stubble between 1st November and 15th April, unless between 4 and 10 in the afternoon, or during hours fixed by District Councils ; or without giving neighbors (or in Hundreds to Crowe Lands Hangers) one day's notice ; or without having at least four persons present to assist in preventing spread of fire ; or without ploughing or clearing at least three feet round inBide the fence. Penalty — Not less than Three, and not exceeding Ten Pounds. 2. Using igniteble wedding between 1st Sep tember and 30rfaApriL Penalty — Five Pounds.' 3. Opposing the examination o...

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Latest from New Guinea. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 6 December 1878

Latest from New Guinea. Mr. John Hanran, one the Colonist Fxpedi turn carty, sends us the following from Cook towi\ October 8 : — The cutter Prospect arrived at Cooktown from New Guinea on ia;t fnaay, naving on board eight of the prospectors. One of them, who is an intelligent man and an old comrade* has given me the following information : — On the 12th of August, eix 6t the Colonist party* and nine of the Emily par'y started from Port Moresby, to explore and prospect a river sup pocei to drain the north-west falls of the main range. This is the river, mentioned by me in a previous letter, that the Colonist parry contemplated to prospect. They crossed the Lalukt at the old crossing-place near camp Chester, and went up the Goldie River by tbe old track for about five miles, then left the Goldie and steered north, through a rough nnen eountrv. the creeks and ravines only being scrubby, for about thirty mils. Then tbey came oa very rough country, mostly covered with scrub, which they ...

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

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 10 j. per quarter, 2s. discount if paid in aitvanoe. AUCTIONEERS. LISTON, SHAKES & CO., Kooringa. COLES & GOODCHELD, Kooringa BUTCHERS. B. AUSTIN, Aberdeen. C. OHLMEYER, Kooringa. C. and E. GEBHARDT, Aberdeen. BAKER. F. GEBHAE.DT, Kooriaga. BOOTMAKERS. 'W. ANDERSON, Kooringa. CORN DEALERS. J. ROACH, Burra MilL DRAPERS. GOLDSWORTHY BROS., Kooringa. INSURANCE COMPANIES. AUSTRALIAN MUTUAL PROVI DENT. — A. H. Foebeb. COLONIAL MUTUAL. — F. W. Holder. SOUTH BRITISH FIRE INSUR ANCE. — F. W. Holdeb. MACHINISTS. STATTON & HENDERSON, Kooringa. STOREKEEPERS. DREW & CO., Kooringa. GENERAL BUSINESS. PROPERTIES FOR SALE. F ARMS     APPILA. /»Q-| ACEFS Known as SULLIVAN'S 00 A a first-class Farm in good heart, all ploughab'e a large portion has been cropped only once Plenty water. CCO ACRES,] close to the Township, OO& weu improved, plenty of Water. BELALIE. 1 AOA ACEES, 330 Acres jloughable 1U/vU remainder Spend...

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