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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 3 January 1879

AMERICAN 'STANDARD' ORGANS. ^^^^^ THE SWEETEST TONED sTOHs^P^ lil&- Most Powerful, Ew|^SiisHs^iB&. MOST ELEGANTLY CASED S^L^E^felBKii^SSSSBSsiS^^ AB» Dt ST1BI WAX IHB ?^^BgfiPmy^^j^^^^^El Dvanro ihb vast Fits Ysabs the .HPMPSMpnr 'STANDARD' ORGAN ^Lssssss^HU^S^i^S^WZsiEA Has pushed ita wayjmto the FnOHT BiSK jB^^^HgjH^^sG^^aWy^E||| and is now tLo ^^^B^s^^H^JJ^^^Blif^r^ ia America, Europe, and Australia. Cohsighees— P. FALK & CO., GXWLTCR PLACE, ADKLAIDE. Agent xob tub Bc/bra— F. ft7* HOLDER, KOOBINGA. PRIZE WINNOWERS I PRIZE WiNNOWERSI! TO SAVE LABOR IS TO SAVE MONET. MACHINIST, KAPUNDA. Begs to inform the Farmers of the Colony that last season he had. to, DBCLBSB ISO LESS THAN 67 ORDERS for Us CELEBRATED PRIZE WINNOWING MACHINES, In consequence of such orders being kept hack a»long. As there is every prospect of a good harvest next season, J. W. weald urge on those requiring his Machines (the advantages of which are too well known to need dilating on) the ex...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 3 January 1879

! GJ3BHS&AL BUSINESS. M. KINGSBOROUGH^ LICENSED LAND BROKER AND ESTATE AGENT, Jets for Selectors u; taking up Land under the Lsnds ConsolidatiOB Act of 1877» SELECTORS ASSISTED in purchasing their holdings. ' LAND- PURCHASED at Auction Sales. MOKEY TO LEND ot SIX PER CENT, and upwards, according to amount and value of security. .'?. - - M. HINGSBOROUGH/ Adrertiser BuOdinfB, King WQMam-sbvek, C. OHIiMETER, LOWER THAMES-STBBET,S:O0RIKGA WHOLESALE, ^.TiiTATT^, AND Family Batcher. SMALL GOODS OF ALL KINDS ALWAYS ON HAND. 7e James Russell, CARPENTER, BT3ILDER, UNDERTAKER, HALLETT. Timber, Iron, and Building Material*, of ereiy description on Sale. 92-104 Stoneman & Coxell, STEAM FLOUR MILL, TABCOWIE. Flour, Bran, and Pollard alway ? on hand. Wheat Bought. Bags Left. TEAMS WANTED for Carting. 77 EW. O'EALIOEAN Babsibtsb juts Sonoma Ac JAMESTOW«. Money to lend. SOUTH AUSTRALIAN INSURANCE COMPANY. Aqust ton thb Bobs*.— 11,6 A. H. FORD2R, Redruth. AUSTRALIAN TEMPERANCE AND GE...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 3 January 1879

MARRIAGE. WOOLACOTT— YOUNG— On the 25th December by the Rev. R. W. Campbell,   Wesleyan Minister, at the residence of the bride's parents, Catherine Francis Carnatie eldest daughter of Mr. Thomas Young of Aberdeen, to Thomas Henry youngest son of William Woolacott of Nelson Town. DEATHS.   EDWARDS— On Sunday, December 28th, at Kooringa, Richard eldest son of Richard and May Jane Edwards, aged six and a half years. FIELD— On the 30th December at her residence, Lionsvea, of bronchitis Mary Anne,   eldest and beloved daughter of Richard and   Amelia Teresa Field, aged 21 years. "Not lost but gone before."

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Hope for Railway Passengers. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 3 January 1879

SCope for Bailway Passengers. The Americans are said to have invented a new adaptation of the phonograph. This novel instrument is attached to a locomotive, and can be made to emit ear-piercing and and articulate sounds which are audible for miles. By this means a train is able to announce its approaching advent when it is yet a con derable distance from its next stopping place. As an ex ample of the working of this aerophone, as it is called, we are asked to suppose a locomo tive shouting in stentorian tones, as it tears along its iron way, ' I am the steam engine Marmaduke, and will stop at — station five minutes' time ;' or whatever else, in fact, it may have been set by the engine driver to announce. Evidently the block system would be rendered a still greater safe guard against accidents were it in the power of locomotives to emphasise the ordinary signals lay skrieked intimations, audible at the stations they had started for, that they were coming. ^One of the porter's functio...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 3 January 1879

MISCELLANEOUS. FLEMING, H. BOUCAUT, ABB ASHTOS. SO LIC IT6E8 and NOTARIES PUBLIO Jahbsxowk, And at Weymonth-etreet, Adelaide. Bom Coart attended when retained. Money to Lend. NOTICE. THE nndersipned is prepared to ds ACL kinds of BUSINESS under tbe Steal Property Act, Execute Mortgages, Convey ances, Transfers, Ac. Agent for tbe Eagle life Insurance Oom any and Cornwall Fire Insurance Company . JOHN D. GATE. NOTICE. mRADESMENS BOOKS Made TTp, Agree ' JL ments Drawn Oat, Debts Oollectedt and any Writings done by the Undersigned. Agent for the Colonial Idle Assurance 8ociety. Allotments in Hallett for sale. Begistrar of Doge. Dog Collars Stamped with Name, Address, and Number. Agent for Cameron, 'Machinist, Kapunda. Orders promptly attended to. HERBERT WOODGATE. 8JS0 Hallett and Mount Bryan. HISCELLA^ioinS' ? ^ . Bvn Burra asr^BPtaUt A T a Board Meeting held N-WV«ber«IsMt_^ J\, wasresolved that attention b* drawn by advertisement to Bole 2S*— Every «ob!*ibutor of £2 annually shall bav...

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Notes on English Manufac-factures. BERMINGHAM AND SHEFFIELD. INDUSTRIAL EXHIBITIONS AND THEIR VALUE. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 3 January 1879

Notes on English Manufac factnres. BSBMINOHAM AND SHEFFIELD. [hdustbiai, Exhibitions aso theib Vsxttb. Of late an extensive change has come over the minds of maaufdcturers. There was a time when secrecy was the order of the day, when there was a fear that publicity respecting current modes of working would engender a competition that could not fail to prove in jurious in the future. But the growth of in dustrial populations, and the u .dying struggle to come nto prominence at any and every hazard, have at length necessitated a Btand on on worth and n-erit only; and as a conse quence, exhibitions of raw and manufactured goods have come to the fore in fullest vigour and industrial enterprise is forced to be coal tent with fighting its way in a fair field with, out favour. As iron sharpens iron, eo does iut: :l-vr, brought into conflict with intellect nece-fi ne t)-at attention, thought and study .;-.- 1 _ » ',?- ' :nk* u~- th^ liio'est 'ype of natiena, i'.:e. F ?-.-.- r.Or, -wt;i all ...

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COMMERCIAL. MELBOURNE STATION PRODUCE REPORT. J. H. CLOUGH & Co's REPORT. December, 18th. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 3 January 1879

COMMERCIAL. MELBOURNE STATION PRODUCE BEPOBT. J. H. ClftXJGU k CO'S BSfOBT. ' ' ? Decf inner. IRth. Wool. — At our sale on Monday last we had a good attendance of buyers and very spirited competiton tbrougout, all lots sold realising up to full values, fully maintaining last sale's rates and the market continues firm. The catalogue, which consisted almost entirely of inferior to medium descriptions, comprised 1,687 bales. Greasy sold at 7J1 to ll£i; scoured, 13d to 18-1 ; and fleece, 15d to 2t'4i per lb. SHEEPSKnra. — We have disposed of a large eupply at the following prices, viz. : — for full wcoled green ekine, 3s to 4s 6H ; pelrp, Is to 2s ; Iambs, Is 6 i to 2s ; dry skins, 29 6d ; to 5s each ; and station skins, 43 to 7£d per lb. Hides. — During the weok we have disposed, of an average suiply at — for green ox, 15s to 32s 6d each ; cow, 2££ to 2§d ; Victorian salted, 2£d to 3&d ; Ken Zealand, 4d to 4&d.— superior are worth up to 5d ; -and calfskins 2*d to 2|J pe...

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Deputation to the Commissioner of Crown Lands. WANTS OF THE BURRA. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 3 January 1879

Deputation to the Commit* sioner of Crown Lands, WANTS OF THE BTJABA. A deputation introduced by Mr. Borland Bees, MJ, and consisting of Dr. Ncsbitt (Mayor of the Burrs) , Councillor Batoheler, and Mr. F. W. Holder, waited noon the Com. missioner of Drawn Lands (Hon. T. Playfbrd, M.P.) on Friday morning, December 87, to ask the Government to subsidise the money expended upon the approaches to the new bridge being erected at Kooringa across the creek bet ween Kingston-street and Commercial, street. It was pointed out that the line of road in question was formally on the schedule cf main Unes bat was tajtea off. It had- however, been recommended that it should be replaced on the schedule. It at preeent was the highway between the Burra and the Eastern Plains. The ap. proach would cost £460, including purchase of land £175, making and giving title £25, and filling in land to be exchanged £950. If the Government could not ?npplemcnl the cost the depatatkn: asked that a special grant mig...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 3 January 1879

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 10i. per quarter, 2s. discount if paid in Advance. AUCTIONEERS. MSTON, SHAKES & CO., Kooringa, OOLES & GOODCHILD, Kooringa BOTCHERS. R AUSTIN, Aberdeen. C. OHLMEYER, Kooringa. C. and R GEBHABDT, Aberdeen. BAKES. 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. Foedkb. COLONIAL MUTUAL. — F. W. HOLDEB. SOUTH BRITISH FIRE INSUR ANCE.— F. W. Holdeb. MACHINISTS. STATTON & HENDERSON, Kooringa. STOREKEEPERS. DREW & CO., Kooringa. GEHEEAL BUSINESS. PBOPERHES FOR SALE~ ar a jfc aac s. APPILA. ?/?Q-1 ACRES Known as SULLIVAN'S OOl ? first-class Farm in gooj heart, aU (?i^u^ueble a large portion has been cropped only once. Plenty water. KKO ACRES, clou to the Township, «'«?'?« well improved, plenty of Water. BELALIB. 1 fiOA ACRES, 600 Acres ploughable XU/wU remainder Spendid Grazing .Land. __ ? .BLACK SO...

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"Adelaide, December 18th, 1878. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 3 January 1879

n Adelaide. December ISO. 187B. 'DearSir — On receipt of tout of yesterday I turned np the Bta/itttr of the 18* and read the report of the dinner to Mr. lipsett. I note that Mr. Lane exoressed wonder -aa .ia whether you * left Unmeracna and Idcepede Bay honorably,' and apparently intended his hearers to believe that you had not done so. According to my recollection yen left Gume racha simply for the purpose of improvingyo.ir position, and about the same time yon ontered into bnsiness relations with my firm. The nature of the business rendered it desirable Chat ve should have confidence in yon as a man of honor and integrity, and we therefore made enquiries which were answered quite aatU factorily. Srom that time till the time of your . leaving Lacepede Bay ve were in constant communication with you, and though onr transaction* resulted in considerable loss to us, we' never saw the slightest reason to suspect jrou Of any dishonorable conduct, and where Mr. Lane osn have picked np * b...

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WATER SUPPLY. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 3 January 1879

WATER SUPPLY. The intimation of the Commissioner to the deputation of Friday last that wherever the Government provides a house-to-house supply of water they will impose a water rate, will make our townsfolk more than ever determined to oppose such a scheme for it not being required by more than at most a bare majority should not be paid for by alL We hope, however, that in compliance with renewed representations to the Government a similar plan to that already indicated hy us may yet be adopted, and speedily carried into effect

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Miscellaneous. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 3 January 1879

Miscellaneous. ' My son,' said a man of doubtful morals, putting his hand on the head of a young drchin. ' I believe Satan has got hold of you. ' ' I believe so too,' the urchin replied. The vexed question. — 'What is the plural of Daddy Long legs ?' is at last answered. ' There is none : it has always been regarded as a singular creature.' A witty lady says, '* If you want to find out a man's real disposition, take him when he's wet and hungry. If he is amiable then, dry him and fill up, and you have an angel 1' ? An absent lady's character being under discussion at a tea-party, one of the gossips hypocritically said, ' Well, after all, we should think the best of her.'—' Yes/' growled an old bachelor; 'and say the worst. A Surprise for Both. — He blushed a fiery red ; her heart went pit-a-pat : she gently hung her head and looked down at the mat. He trembled in his speech; he rose from where he sat, and shouted with a screech, 'You're sitting on my hat 1' All bachelors are not en ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 3 January 1879

MxftttCAL. TfcLIGHT AND EYE DISEASES. MORRIS'S IMPERIAL EYE OIMTMEHT Pre-emotest for the Core of Australasian Blight and all Inflammatory Diseases of the Eyes— Chronic Diseased Eyelids— Restoring Ejelaahes — Bleared Eyea — Eyes . rendered Weak from night work, and the only known Remedy for, Ulcers on the Eyeballs, &c It may be applied to Infante, and theaiseofa grain of rice to Adults thrice a day cares the worst cases. The Bale of this Ointment during the Eye Bpidanic of tbe last year has been unparalleled— A mw jXxbactb. From Mr. Colin Gardner, of Oxley. Yonr Ointment is doing great service here, many hare derived substantial benefit by using it. I may mention particularly the names of Messrs. Peter fieid, George Kirkup, John Jack, farmer, Daniel Walsh, farmer, all of Oxley, who have had sore eyes of long standing on whom tbe Ointment worked like magic— From Mr. Ogle, Chemist, Maryborough. Our Ointment has effected most astonishing cares in this district. For inflammatory ...

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CORRESPONDENCE. MOUNT BRYAN EAST, JANUARY 6th. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 10 January 1879

CORRESPONDENCE. MOUNT BRYAN EASI, Jabuabt 6th. ^Ihave^nptmuch to write about this -week. The reaping wiQ all be finished in a few days. I do not know what the avenge yield fs as yet the wheat not being all cleaned np, one farmer that has cleaned up bis avenge sine bushels to the arae he said that if the rabbits had not ?eaten any of it that tben was full sixteen to the ?ere. ____________^__ Holloatag* POli.— Invalids distracted by indigestion and discouraged is th/ir search for its remedy should make tiial of this never fading medicine. A lady, long a martyr to dyspeptic torture*, writes that Holloway.s Pills made her feel as if a burden had been taken eff her. Her spirits, formerly low, have greatly improved ; her capricious appetite has given place to beallhy hunger ; her dull, eick headaches has departed, and £iadually so marvellous a change has been effected, that she is altogether a new creature, and sgain fit for ther duties. These FQls may be administered with safety to «he m...

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Magistrates' Court Redruth. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 8. [Before Messrs. W. R. Ridgway, and J. Butterworth.] [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 10 January 1879

Magistrates' Court Bedruth. Wednesday, Jahttaby 8. '[Before Messrs. W. R. Bidgway, and J Butterwortfa.l Crown Banger v. Evans. Quarrying stone on ?Crown Lands in the Hundred of Ayers without licence. Plea not guilty. Mr. J. D. Cave. Clerk of the Burra District ConneiL on behalf ?of defendant explained that the stone was ?quarried for the purpose of roadmakrag and contended that under the ltoad Act the District Council had a perfect right to enter on enclosed Hand and take material for such a purposa, and -as defendants were on the employ of the Council -urged that the information should be dismissed' informations dismissed. Crown Banger e. White. — Similar case to the ?above. Dismissed. Martha «. Aariin — Claim £3 6s. 8d. for ?wages. Verdict for £3 without costs.

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Meeting at Mount Bryan. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 10 January 1879

Meeting at Mount Brvan. At a rabbit meeting he d at Mount Bryan on Saturday, 28:h December. Mr. Tickle in the (chair) who introduced in a few word? the object of the meeting, said that though Mr. Gebhardt and Mr. Bawpjen had received notice, they had not done much. He was a great sufferer and he strongly objected to this one man to the 1,000 acres. Mr. Gebhabdt was there and said he hoped that the whole of the infested districts would be declared under the Act. Mr. R. Collins said that the Commissioner would put on men at the owners expense, if any one refusing to kill. Also thought that the the districts to have their own working in spectors. Mr. Collins also moved that the district joia with Hallett. Other persons spoke on the eame anbie'st.

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Meeting at Hallett. MONDAY, DECEMBER 30. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 10 January 1879

Meeting at Hallett. Monday, December 30. Mr. Brayley, Chairman of the District Council, was elected Chairman. ' The Chaibkan opened the proceedings by -eying everybody knew the reason Whv the .meeting was called. The rabbits had become such a nuisance and causing such a loss to peoples property ; and the Government having declared in a letter read tbat day at. the Conn, cite, that they wculd not eiiforce the compulscr . Babbit Bill until after harvest. It was neces sary to send a deputation again to Adelaide to ask the Commissioner to enforce the Act at once, aa the rabbits are reaping the crops faster than the machine, he, himself (the Chair man) estimated his loss every night at seven acres. One of his neighbours he knew had j»ot five bags to 105 acres, this was awful and the Government n.mt do something, the large landowners as a matter of ceurse would not kill and they could not make one law for one ciaee, and another lawfr another class, it must be compulsory right through. Mr....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 10 January 1879

PRIZE WINNOWERS! PRIZE WINNOWERS 11 TO SAVti LABOR IS TO SAVE MONEY. J' A 'MIES 'W^ZHZE^TLIKrSr., IMACHINlST, KAPUNDA. 3egs to inform the Farmers of the Colony that last sfa«m he had to DECLINE NO LESS THAN 57 ORDERS for bis SELEBRArED PRIZE WINNOWING MACHINES, In consequence of such orders being kept back bo long. As there is every prospect of a good harvest next Beason, J. W. would urge on those ?equiring his Machines (the advantages of which are too well known to need dilating on) he expediency of 8 ENDING IN their OBDEBS WITHOUT DELAY. These Machines CARBY MOBE SIEVES than any other Winnowing Machines, laving TWO DRAKE SIEVES. @' These Winnowers have taken First Prizes wherever exhibited. LGES1S— Jamestown, Thomas Carter; Kadina, Brown & Sons; Moonta, Warn, Bros.; Melrose, Wl Marshall ; Terowie, Thos. Hosking ; Orroroo, Gmeiner Bros. W, ANDERSON, Wholesale and Retail Boot and Shoe Maker, COMMERCIAL-STREET, KOORINCA. a. LARGE STOCK OF ENGLISH AK D COLONIAL MADE BOOTS AMD ...

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STOCK REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 10 January 1879

STOCK REPORT. The principal movements in Stock since late repjit have been as follows, viz : — Tlie Birrer rju*e boing now imp acticable' until text eeison, for travelling stock, there have be^n no importations by that route since iaat report, nor esoorfe from thu district via the Barrier or the River route. Tbe principal movements have been 1000 store cattle, most origiually from QaeensUnJ, travelling up to M-. E. Chapman's country ou t!:e Ire: land T^'leg-aph Line, Mr. Humbling in«-ln'g-\ 436 Ut cattle, B^ltsna Pastoral Company, for A-lelaide, SSugg and CUrke in .charge.. 132 fit cattle (roin Inaiuiuka . station, Q. *ee island, boundary, for Adelai-Je,' owner Mr. C illess ; C, Murray in charge. l-'O fat'cattl«ri-aa 1 ing»:ine*rua station on tae S.crlitz Kvt Creek, for Adeiaiie, owners W. C. Bu-k rt & Co. - ??- :.*

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Hallett District Council. MONDAY, DECEMBER 30. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 10 January 1879

Hallett District Council. Mobday. December 30. Present : — Messrs. Brayley, (Chairman) Councillors Windsor, ^cholk, and Wilks. Minutes of last meeting read and confirmed. Apology received from Mr. Brown-fbr non attendance. Correspondence, from Commissioner of Crown lianas re Siekmann & Moale. Hosier Tf constables dues. For Contract No. 13. two tenders -received, Sanders ft Bertram, £35 17«.63. ; Prior, £22, without metalling, £32 wjifa installing, Prior's accepted, £22. Contract No. 17, two tenders, jas. Thomas, £20 10a.; 8anders & Bertram, £17 19s. 6d., accepted. Contract Bo. 18, two tenders, Sanders & Bertram, £18 9s. 61. 3 Jasl Prior, £12, accepted. Overseer of Work* to see to snaD drain Kurkalo Creek. Resolved any contractor delaying contract be fined at 5 psr oent. per week or 'part of week. Account from Hannaford, rent of chamber. . Ovjsneer of Works to draw specifications for road between Sections 445, 446, near UloolooHni. Mr. Dunsten empowered to eet...

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