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Household Recipes. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 10 January 1879

Household Recipes. Strawberry Jam. — Gather the* strawberries on a fine dry day, pick oft the stalks carefully, and reject all that are the least unsound. Weigh the fruit, and take an equal quantity of pounded sugar ; put the fruit into a preserving pan on the fire, and when the juice runs out add the sugar; let it simmer, stirring gently, and skimming welL When it boils keep it boiling, not too fast, for twenty minutes, stir ring most carefully, so as not to break the fruit, all the time with a wooden spoon. To Make the Hair Curl. — You may make hair curl easily by rubbing it with a beaten yolk of an egg, washed off with clear water, afterwards. It is always well to go through this process when you change to curls after having worn the hair plan. Cheap Raspberry Jelly. — Boil one fourth pound of dried raspberries in a pint of water for about ten minutes, then strain ; bring the juice to a boil, sweeten to taste, and stir into it about two tdblespoonfuls or corn-starch ; after takin...

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

/'^ AUTION , TO THE PUBLIC PRE-TOEIRIOS OF FIRE. ^- -'' Chief Secretary's Office, Adelaide, 1st November, 1878. The attention cf the Public is directed to the provision* of the Rush Fires A:', No. 18 of lS6t and 15 of 1874: all PoHee-constab'es and Crown Land^ Rtngen having received s'rict fnstrucuuus to take preceedinga and recover penalties for offences under the said. Acts. The following a«« offences aodt r the Acts : — 1. Burning' stubble hetwrigf) 1st November anl 15th April, unless between 4 and Id in the afternoon, or during hours fixed by. District Councils; or .without giving ueighburs j[or in Hundreds to.Crcwn Linda Ringers) one day's. no:ice ; or without hiring at least four persans present to assi-t in preventing spread of fire ; or without ploughing or clearing at least three feet round inside the fence. Penalty— Not less than Thre* sad uot exceeding Ten Pounds. 2. Using linkable wadding between 1st Sep tember and 30 h April. Penalty — Five Pounds. 3. Opposing the elimi...

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Mount Bryan District Council SATURDAY, DECEMBER 28. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 10 January 1879

Mount Bryan District Council, Satceda-f. Deceubes 28. ? Present :— Mr. Tickle (Chair), Councillor - Thomas, and Dawson. Minutes of last meeting read and confirmed. For contract near Geblia-dt's; three tenders received, Bunny & Wallis, Heales, and, Perkins. ' ' ' ' Clerk to write to ratepayers in arrears of rabbit rate at once. .

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Estelle's Repentance. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 10 January 1879

Estelle's Renentanee. . ' Then you refuse to give up this hateful journey, in order to accomrany me to the ball masquerade upon which I hare set my heart ?' ' I must refuse, Estelle ! This is a matter of pressing business, an engage ment made creeks ago, and my word is p!e-lged to be on hand at the appointed time. I am sorry to dis appointed you, but it cannot be avoid,.' returned the husband, gravely. ' Cannot, indeed ! I sny it can '. Eugene, if you go to day and so dis appoint me, you will rue it al thel days of your life. Let me assure you, I shall go to that ball to-morrow night, either with you or without you ; I swear it !' returned the wife, crimson with passion. ' Oh, my darling, do not be so hasty! I know you do not mean one half your angry words imply j for you surely would not attend such a public place without the protection of your hus band.' ' I have said it ; I go to that ball, either with you or without you ! ' Then it must be without, because I cannot remain. When ...

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The Chinese Question. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 10 January 1879

The Chinese Question. The idea of a. Chinese occupation of these colonie^ is by some folks, thought to be not 'altogether visionary;, and the usual stock phrases about the danger to working men s interests are Deing freely nsed in some quarters. It is a well kaow fact that China swarms with almost countless .thousands of human beings who in the Tery nature )f things must find an outlet somewhere, tnd our proximity to that country is nil* greatest source of danger, but while Ms is so it is well to consider how far ;he agitators on this point are justified n the arguments they .use, and in the ?emedies they propose. It is quite right to maintain that as Ms is a British Colony and as the Con inent belongs to -the Empire it ought to -e preserved to it, and not only to it lomtnaUy but to it in the character of ;he Government, and the civilization ipparent among its people, but it seems x- us that so long ai this is secured the phinese have as much: right here as we, -r ^at any rate as ot...

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Burra Burra Hospital. Board meeting, Thursday, January 9 h. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 10 January 1879

Burra Bnrra Hospital. Board mcetin?. Thundav. January 9 h. -Chairman reported that with the Secretary ? a frrsh inventory had been made, more bedding rwas required : To be tendered for. Chairman ?reported that Mr. Abbott had been instructed /by the Government to look over ground pre ' paratory to building stone wall, and that the boundary would probably be extended at the inside. Secretary reported receipts of £5 3a. from Father Krieael, Catholic Collection, and . £5 5s. 7d. Aom Bev. B. W. Campbell, Wesleyan do, viz., at Kooringa, £1 10a. Redrath, £3 :3«. 9d. ; Baldry, 11=. 93. The (hanks of the Board to be conveyed to eacb of tbe rev. gentlemen. Abstract of the several accounts laid on the table, and Secretary reported having -applied for the Oovornment contribution -Resolved. That the Chairman, Bev. B. W ' Campbell, Dr. Brummitt and the Secretary -prepare a report of last years proceedings, &s., for publication. Chairman to reply to letter -from Chk f Secretary's Office wi...

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COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 10 January 1879

C0BEMEECIAL. ' Eecobd ' Office, Januar; 9. 1S79. Ghain and Flour Maeket. Burra 'Mill. — Mr. John Roach quotes as follows : — ? ? . - Wheat, 4?. per bushel. Flour, £10 per tou £l 4?. per bag. Pollard, Is. li. to li. 3d. per bushel. Bran, le. id. to Is. 3d. per bushel.

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THROUGH COMMUNICATION BETWEEN PORT PIRIE, CRYSTAL BROOK, GLADSTONE, CALTOWIE, AND THE BURRA AND NORTH LINE. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 10 January 1879

THROUGH COMMUNICATION BGTWEEK ? Poet P/bie, Csxstaj. Brook, Glasstoke. CjATOwie, AND THE 1SCUBA AND Noeth Like. a jr.- a.m. pji I|| . ? 5^. PobxPikiePost Ofbtce ? ,_ 63055 95 „ ., Station ........: 6.4C5.15 N«pPEirBy... : ? 7.8 5 43HS7 Cu YSTAii' BuOOK ... arr. ? 7.40 6.15 „ „ ... dep. ? 7 506 27 7J Georgetown Aiding ? 8.1S'6.55 70. GrADsTCKE ? arr ? 8 387.15 . „ ... dep. ? 8.507.45 63 Caltowib .t. ...arr .;.... ^9.35 8.30 - '- .-?'- „ ' --?;. -vwfepr :?..::? '9 45 8.35 -51 3-AjTESTOWJf... ?'-.*. arr ...-;. 10.129.5 ^' - ' w ? -,-by: coach) dep ? (0 3;- — 43 P.M. Haixett (by coach) arr. ...... 1.40 19 „ .-.. ... dep. 6.45 4 0 18J Bueua ? arr 8.0 4.50 „ ... ... ... dep 85 -50 , - KrrERTOJf ? arr &£0 _.-. .- ^ Gawi.ee -. ? 1135 8.30. . ' . ..^ ... r P.M. Adelaide ... ? 1255 9.30 P--HT ADEtAiPE ? [12 30 9.25J ? A.M. AM. P.TI g^f s § Poet Adelaide ..,-: ? ^.SpjA^i^l^ Adelaide ..- '. ? 7.50 4 30 S^ -3 Gawleb ... ? 8.5O5 3o%l'S p.m. ' g~' RrVEBTOH „'. ... -. ? ? SB - Burba... .-.....

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Agricultural Machinery. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 10 January 1879

Agricultural Machinery. Few things c*e more calculated to attract the attention of a newly aarived immigrant from Great Bvitain than tbe various novel forms of agricultural implement! tbat they find employed in the different Canning opera tions. In England where the farms are generally email, and not only small, bnt sub divided into a large number of plots each set apart for a different kind of crop, there is no great need for extensive machinery, and besides this there ia the fact that farmers in old countries are generally very conservative in their ideas as in their politics, and believe strongly m doing as their father's did and hat been done on the same holding by their ancestors for many long years. We often wander at tbe **? go-a-headism ' of the Ameri cans, and we in these colonies are full of the earns characteristic, but the reason is not far to seek. Those who were bora, and have been rared in these lands cannot realize all that ib ment by emmigration from such a country ...

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Deputation. RABBITS DESTRUCTION. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 10 January 1879

Deputation. BABBITS DESTRTKTTIOV. A large and influential deputation of Chair men of District Councils and others from the districts of tbe Burrs, Stanley, Victoria, and Kimberlev, waited upon the Commissioner of Crown Lands (Hon. X. Playford) on Friday, January 3, for the purpose of urging tbat prompt and unanimous action should he taken by the Government as well as by private per sons for the destruction of rabbits in the locality represented. The deputation was introduced by Mr. B. Bees, M.P., and comprised Messn. J. Humphreys, Chairman Apoinga Di-trict Council; K. C. Phitzaer, Chairman Hields District .Council ; C. F.Pmtzner, Chairman of Farmers Club, Kields ; T. Warnes, Chairman of Burra District Council; H. T. Morris, of Anlaby; A. Kluskey, W. Eecott, Gebhardt' Warwick, Travena, Dr. Stephens, of Mongalata and Captain Killicoat. Mr.- Bees, in introducing the deputation said although not numerically eo strong as th deputation which previously waited on the Commissioner on this s...

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

MISCELLANEOUS. FLEMING, H. BOUCAUT, AND ASHTOJT, SOLICITOBS and NOTAEIES PUBLIC Jamestowtt, And at Wajmonth-atreet, Adelaide. Burra Court attended when retainrd. Money to Lend. NOTICE. TBE nndenipnrd is prepared to do ALL kinds of BUSINESS under the Real Property Act, Execute Mortgages, Convey meet, Transfers, &e. Agent for the Eagle 'Life Insurance Com any and Cornwall Fire Insurance Compsn y. JOHN D. CAVfi. Burra Buna Hosptal, AT a Board Meeting held Norember 2Ut it J\_ was resolved that attention be drawn by advertisement to Rule 23* — Every contributor of £2 annually ahall have the privilege of reco mmending one indoor patient in the year ; of £5 ennually three indoor patients in the year ; at £10 annually B^ali have Ithe privilege of always having cne patient in tbe Hospital The Board wish it to be understood that tbeie orders are regarded as a great safeguard against imposture. J. D. CATE, Secretary. Bramah Fowls. FOB SALS a lew LIGHTmJ BABK BBAMAH FOWLS, ton Bred fit ...

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TOPICS. THE CORPORATION AND A HEALTH RATE. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 10 January 1879

TOPICS. :THK CORPORATION AND A : HEALTH BATE. The new Council has' not yet quite settled down, and we suppose that at no previous meeting Tvere there so man v nronositions lost or so much talk, and small result as on Monday evening. Passing over the appointments made, and the remarks upon public works with the single remark that the day man (or station man if you please) is employed ' under the direction of the Public 'Works Committee,' and is especially employed as qualified to do manv things that are altogether out of the scops of tenders, we come to the Health Rate Question. We are pleased that the rate was adopted, and com pliment Crs. Batchelor, Bartholomaeus, and Geake, and His Worship upon then regard for the health of the towns people, but upon what principle the Ratepayers* MeetingtV^ifeis decided upon after the rate had iieen declared, we are utterly at a loss to imagine. It Eeems to us that unless it is a foregone conclusion that, should the ratepayers so .decide, the rat...

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Burra Institute. ANNUAL MEETING OF SUBSCRIBERS. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 10 January 1879

Burra Institute. ANKUiL MEETING OP SUBSCRIBERS. the annual meeting of subscribers to th« Burra]Institute, was held on Thursday evening* -January 10th, at the Institute buildings. The x-_:^~.f Afr P. W. Holder) eocunied. tile chair and called upon' Mr. C. C. WOliama to read tbe report and balance- aheet (in the ?absence of tie Secretary). Read as follows :— 3jtbbabias'b Kepoet fob the Ybab Ebdhto Dkcbmbeb 31, 1878. Number of voluins in library June 30, 1849 ; ?porohased since, 56, at a cost of £12 3s. 8 i ; magazines bound, 18, at a cost of £4 0». lid.; total increase of new books, 74, at a cost of :£16 4s.7d. . . Presented by S. A. Mining Association 49 volume of S. A. Register extending over a period of 21 years and 6 months, 21 volume Government Gazette, extending over 21 years, 'and 24 volume of Mining Journal, in all 84 -volume, making total nuu.ber ot volumB in 'library 2007. Number of volums placed in library previous 'half-year 27, at a co8t of £11 23.1c*.; and to Modie, £51 ...

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

AMERICAN ' STANDARD ' ORGANS. d_''ti THE SWEETEST TONED __jKgHP£E-JB&- Most Powerful, jBpaW— KVl^K^ MOST ELEGANTLY CASED 'B^^gTOMm OBew Hjfe. **» IN ITEBY WAT TBS ^HEB|iS|9L ^t of all American Organs ^^M|M||S|5ig^^^^Mjj||aHg| DsBDfo the. east Fiye YsAfis xqp jKjmS^^lwm 'STANDARD' ORCAI IHwMgllm T I 1 1 mPIsT^ H' pushed it»way into the Fbosx Ra M^^HU||^ES9K9meyn^|| and is now the aBijre^SIBp FAVORITE ORGtAJ\ ^^^^^-^^^^^B^^^^^^^^^' in Aaieri©a,.Europe,.an * Australia. Coksignees— P. FALK & CO., GAWLtfR PLACE, ADKtAJOF. Agent toe the Bubba— F. \g. HOLDER, KOOB1S«JA.. TO WOOLGROWERS LUXMOORE'S WOOL WAREHOUSES Gilbert Place, Adelaide ESTABLISHED 1857 LUXMOORE & CO. BEG to intimate to the WOOLOSOWtES OF SOUTH AUSTRALIA that their ? ? ? ; x^cEusFa? Tsrooii s/».raFf MtbepresantSeasjawiU take place early in October, and SALES by PUBLIC AUCTKW wSPbo tefdoneMdi rHOBSDAY following throughout the Season. .? . - , .. j Their NEW WOOL WAREHOUSES recently enmpWfti are capabl...

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Burra Corporation. MONDAY, JANUARY 6, 1879. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 10 January 1879

Burra Corporation. MONDAY, JANUARY 6. 1879. Present - His Worship the Major, Crs. Bartholomæus, Batchelor, Geake, Ridgway, Richardson, and White, and the Town Clerk. MINUTES.   Minutes of last meeting were read and adopted. Mayor's Report. The Hjlyob reported that he with the Town Clerk had eesn Mr. Goodfellosr as to the exten sion of the Cemetery, and (hat he found that' the necessary plane had already been fora arded. Se bad also with Or. Batcfaelor and the Town Cle-k waited on the ConunieBioner of Crown Lands, and obtained the asked for grant. (A ep irt o f the deputation propsedings we gave List week.) COBRESPOXDBKGB. Mssars. Station & Henderson wrote that they could not make eny further terms till ths present *gT etnent was rat i&ed. Messrs. Bonder/ & Dashwood wrote that lie delay was a result of tbe holidays and that aey expected to be able to forward the agree- 1 lent during the week. - C. fteiaicke complained that he oou'd not 1 et work u...

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

/.TJCTIOJTS. PRELIMINARY NOTICE. Thursday, January 30. O i H'e Premises T«r- Milee West of K--oringa. Ji If) A'RES OF fXOELLRNT A If) ^iZ jLGEiCCLiDK.LL4.N1). tIZ FABUiNG SfOLE. IMPLEMENTS, 11 a y, &c, &c. LISTOP, SHAKES, & CO. hove rectire'l i.i*truct:or3 from M-?. It. Oaijp fo «?!! by auction ai above, at a ?*ia!f-p«st 12 o'clock — All those very valuable SECTIONS of LAM), c-tnpri*ine Sections No*. 2.210, 2,226. 2227, 2,23'-, 2,230. 2 237, and 2.255, in the Hundred ul K.-'oriuga, containing together 412 jic es, a4 substantially fenced with |u-stB end four w r-v, s-ibbivideW into 6 paddocks, MitVes 'Wafer all the year, Sn.ne IJous-e Four Knom?, 1 .r±e Barns, Stone Sables 12 Srol'x, large underground Tar.k, 12,000 gall?., ail substantial and complete. ALSO, PAST ALLOl'MliJST, N ?. 44, Town ship oi 11. yleton, opposite Hallway S:at'O:l. Terms for the land, one-firth cash balance in oi;o msnth, oe purchaser can arrange to allow j ortion «.? remain cu mortgage a...

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

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. IOj. per quarter, 2a. discount if paid in advance. AUCTIONEERS. USTON, SHAKES & CO., Kooringa. COLES & GOODCHELD, Kooringa BUTCHERS. B. AUSTIN, Aberdeen. C. OHLMEYER, Kooringa. C. and E. GEBHARDT, Aberdeto. BAKER. F. GEBHARDT, Kooringa. BOOTMAKERS. W. ANDERSON, Kooringa. CORN DEALERS. J. ROACH; Buna MilL DRAPERS. GOLDSWORTHT BROS., Kooringa. INSURANCE COMPLIES. AUSTRALIAN MUTUAL PROVI DENT. — A. H. FOBDER. COLONIAL MUTUAL. — F. W. Holder. SOUTH BRITISH FIRE INSUR ANCE; — F. W. Holdeb.. MACHINISTS. STATTON & HENDERSON, Kooringa. STOREKEEPERS. DREW & CO., Kooringa. GENEEAL BUSINESS. PEOPEETESS FOB, SALE. X' -A. Xt JOE. S APPILA. f-Q-t ACEES Known as SULLIVAN'S OOJ. a first-class Farm in good heart, all piuugoable a large portion has been cropped only once. Plenty water. rrn ACBES, doie to the Township, ?)*)£ weu improved, plenty of Water. BELALIE. 1AOA ACEES, GOO Acres ploughable JLU/wU remainder Spendid Grazing .Land. BLACK BOCK. A'...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 17 January 1879

Kollevatf* Pillt.— The Great feed.— The b!ood it the life, and on ita purity depeoda our heaith, if not our existence. These Pills tboroushlv c!e»n»e this vital fluid from ali contamination, and by thnt power strengthen and invigorate tbe whole system, healthily stimulate aluggiah organs, repress ?-ver-excited action, and establish order of circulation and aecretion throughout erery part of the body. The b*!i»«iie nature of Hoiloaay's Piils com* meads taem to the favour of debilitated and nerrout constitutions which they aeon retuaci tate. They dialutfge «U obstructions, both in the boweit and eltewhere, and are, on tbat nceouii!, much aougUC alter for promoting rt-guiariu of *e;tc-- ia yjung 1'eisalea and deli cti* jviroo: » wbi, are naturally weak, or who ftoui some cvute bare become so.

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Stacking Hay and Thatching Stacks. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 17 January 1879

Stocking Bay and Thatching: Stack*. The following remarks made by the Mel bourne Xeetfer upon the eubjeet of making baystaecB,end its suggestion! about thatching them, an of auch interest. It will be re* ?aemcerea mat sne question oi inatening wae toaohed upon by some letters whieh appeared in our columns some time ago :— w As to the important work «f stacking hay, tbs main rats to be attended to is to keep the ateck well up in the centre; net too high in the middle, but having a eonvex shape gradually rif ing from ths aides end ends towards the centre. This shape, being maintained regularly as the stack building progresses, will always prevent it from taking in rain i while ths opposite or concave system of antlding followed by some provides for the conveyance down through the centre ♦f the *Uck of every drop of raia that may Ml during the building process, or may UttS ifS way thmegh the thatch after tha stack is Sniahed. At tgaiaat the loot- haymaking tyst«R-, however, the prsetiv...

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THE LATE MEETING AT HALLETT. To the Editor of the Record. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 17 January 1879

TBS HT* UBBriHa AT HAtLETT A Oe JUaasr tf a* l,.rf B»— Will yOB obligo nu by oUowinf ? torreetcd report of what I said at Ilaiktt t« ippsar in your oohznns. Mr. Cnig aaid she Jrineipal reeolutbn carried at the Bum meet ing was ' Xhtt in the opinion of this meeting, »ne man *\ best to erery 1,000 ceres was necessary'. To whieh an amendment wae nt*e «? That two men at least to every 1,000 K*es was necessary,' and he thought the motion ras earned by a maprityaf one. The words ?On behalf of ths ajrernment' never passed ny lips. Another proposition txmti at the Bon assftwg, wu 'Ikst the sJeTewsmt iftfrsssaf their staJTf* 'aTct one man so eighty' 9 ?eported, but in order that travelling aloes reserves, such as one between Bocboorowieaad Oanowie, which to soy own personal knowledge wse iricsted w:tk ttbbiti migkt be cb»rsd. 1 also tsid 6 defut&::GXi ru appciclc4 to $0 U- Adeleide, and that the Chairmen of the tar rounding District Councils were invited to attend ths deputation. Whi...

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