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Making Cheese. (From the Queenslander.) [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 17 January 1879

Making Cheese. rCroaa the QftMawZaaaer.l Tbs first requisite for good chests is good milk, fcijd that ?annot be obtained umese ths I'ecd ie gc-cd. A great deal haa been dona towania psriectiae breeds of cattle for dairv purpoaes, and aa result* we are the Ayrshire*, ths Kerry cattle, the Alde:neys, Jerseys, and others j but it ia a mittske to suppose tbat even the famed breeda named can give high-cUai milk, yielding fir»t-rate butter and cheese, unlett their ferd ia of the desired quality. Tbe feed ia even of greater consequence than tee breed. It ia moat important therefore as a baiis for carrying out the proeeii of cbecse making re&rrsd Ij below that the feed be made sufllciently good if it it not so naturally. Tbs instructions no«r given are for use of places where dairying is not carried on as a business and where it is undersirable to get more expensive plant than can be avoided, But coxe thinss are necetiary, and the first i* a. vessel suflciently large te hold the qua...

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Useful Recipes. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 17 January 1879

Useftil Reeipes. ?saw If Jh* Tknad-momt.' Powdered soammony, 31 gr. | powdered rhubarb, « gr. f powdered jaiap, 9 gr. | calomel, 6 gr-s mix and divide into six nans, of which take one each JW Ttmdtr JW.— Soak the feet every sight before going to bed ia a mixture containing I cr ?f sal ammoniac to half a gallon of cold water, or, better still, 1 o», of strong liquid ammonia to half a gallon of cold water. Ko need to make a frash lot every night ifthe stuff it bottled and wall earked. To Ins Mggi Wruh.— Procure a glass jar with an air-tight stopper or vulcanite ring. Place it in hot water, so as to rarefy |ne air within. Ae soon aa it is pretty warm inside pack the eggs in layers, smell end up, close the top final/ down when fall, and the eggs may be taken out goiteftasb at tbe end ml esveral months. JfciM l*aaaf»s».«rPat ripe' tomatoes in' brina Car three days is layers, then mix. with small onions and ehiliea oa capsicums in layers in ? paa or far. Poor over them strong spiced rinog...

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STOCK REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 17 January 1879

6TOOsl BKPORT. Theprincipsl mortf .neata ia Stock aina* later report hare been *« f V ows, via : — The Barrier loc-.c I'viog cow impracticable, until imt auso... f.if travellinv stock, there bavo b»eB no importations cy tb*t route atnee Uat report, nor «rpcrtt from t bit district via the Barrier or tbe Biver touUl The principal morpmeiit* have been 1000 ttare cet«.I», ssast oriptcsJJy from -Jue»D?l»B-l, ^twrelliog «p to Mr. S. Cbapniftn'a country on A* (}v«ria»S Setcgnph li*e, *&*- fio«nb5ing sadSai-jTR. 46C &J «a*tk, B^tms lVctarsI Oosspaey, fur AdriaiOe. Br»s*; and Ci*Ae n tkmrfe. 1S2 W aattfo bou Isaaeinka aUlioo, Qaae^U^d hcv*-imt$, fer Addsid*, cwser it r. Calfa*; C. ttamr Sa «*»ige. 143 {at -vttli- from liofattngarna statkm ea the Ster?ir» %^» Crsalc, br Adelaide, ewntn W. C. Barkit* * O*.

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Burra District Council. SATURDAY, JANUARY 11. Present—Crs. Warnes, (Chairman) Dew. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 17 January 1879

Borra District CounciJ. BiTfTKPaT, XkXVm Hi Prsaent— Ora. Wamti, (Cnairman) I-«w, Clerk reporlsd not faarng nceirsd rspl front Mr. Baggs or Mr. Traneis relative ti oloaed roads. Letter reeeireu from Bum Board of Health relative to nuisascs said to exist at Symon's BUughter Houar. Busger reported !h»t premises ip {uestioa wrrs perfectly el»»n but tbat the Corporation were creating as ucbasr* able nuiaaace by their depoai'e within Coucci) boundary, near McXamera'e. Letters from Midland Boad Biard, with copy of appropriation for maratenanes end announcing that the amount for atw works would be arranged soon. Chairman to attend. Clerk report** sarug attended Magistrate's Court to dawxisl daymen who had been aunmoned for raiting materials on Stock Reserve, the eases were withdrawn. Boad at preasnt in use through Section 1.S64. to bs applied for as a new road, and Burra Corporation to be asked to continue same to main ree-d. Cbairssan reported having eitsaded as ? Deputation to Grown Land...

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Meeting of Ratepayers. HEALTH RATE. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 17 January 1879

Meeting of Batepayen. B1ALTH BAT!. Oa Ttl&tj STcniac last, aasut sUty panoas utunUed is »hs Bum Xaililale to **oiMt» the qnesJien of a heallh rats for 1*70, ami to discuss tbs adrisabilitr of adooliot-* hsalth ata as adopted bj tot Uoucefl or tns (?atrar/ His Worship tbe Mayor (Dr. Vasbitt) took bt chair, and saia Iks objesU of the mc*tlof rera known fev ami *f ihast prtisnl frosi tbay ays B—r& but as soms might not know h* rould state tht circuastaneei whjch had ltd t* be eatlinf *f tbs meeting. On Monday **aa* ig in I'oaaeil Ihe adoption of a three penny eallh rate was moves! asd teoo&ded, and tht oting Deint; rqual for and against, k waa arried by hit easting rots, whiefc ht bad (ivsa i aeeardaties with hit etnvictisas expresssd in if ar of a rait. It was then stated that a iarff* jsjority of tht ratcpaytra opposed the rate and roald prsfcr eitbtr an axtra ordinary rat* of hree pence *r a police rats of thret ptDN, anil a tha fact of th» faot tbat both tht...

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Fuel in Fifty Years. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 17 January 1879

Feel in Fifty Y«ara. Wi oftea congratulate ourself on the progress b* cultivation in our colonj. end also in tha extension of our railway iffltem, mai. jostlr so but, then are two aides to' every picture, and the other side to tiiis '- soon if we consider the immense - tfereage that is every year daatMM -/ ' u— ».™1 (jmWTCTO jou, maiS. a!w ibt. Immense quantities of fuel reg^tfi?. A.-kr the purposes of eaeh. rail* way. Most hapily for Adelaide, the trt™ rA-Tides jo almost inexhaustible ?apply of ftrewood, and In most places tbe young growth Is ever ready to supply tfie place of the older trees thanks to the rapid growth of the stringy bark, and other woods so abundant there, but it is far otherwise to the norther districts. In many of these fn primitive times timber was very thin, and ia most Mallea f* the chief growth, and now that settlement had advanced it is no uncommon thing for fanners to have to obtain their fuel from a distance of fifteen to twenty miles, and but a short for...

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To the Editor of the Record [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 17 January 1879

ais U» MM» c/ Oe B-0T* ??* x eee bj a report af th* Corporation meeting in your last issue tbat some of ou* Councillors hare taken it en themselves to aeuene'er our rates most iniudinional* W.. it not a farce to eall for tenders for the offlea »f Inspector wken a majority of our Councillors Jsve appoiated their old one at a salary or i.Tenty-flre pounds a year, against aa other squally if not more compliant to do the same iutiea. for forty-iv* pounds a yearf 3faat ia i differenee of thirty pounds between the sse *c ful an' 'unaneeeafnl. Tenders that thirty xrande supplemented by tb* Oorernment. stakes ? total lots of expenditure in the town or tiie present year of aixty pounda I tmt ?inlysbink that thi. waiter wguiros eose ix-plsAatioB from some ofostr wise oswo. ? IejB,8ir,'anol(!, OOUHCIIXO*.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 17 January 1879

PRIZE WINNOWERS 1 PRIZE WINNOWERS!! TO SAVE LABOR IS TO SAVE MONET. MACHINIST, KAPUNDA. legs to inform the Farmers of the Colony that last season be had to DECLINE NO LESS THAN 57 OliDEBS for his CELEBRATED PRIZE WINNOWING MACHINES, In consequence of such orders being kept back eo long. Am there is every prospect of a good harvest next season, J. W. would urge on thoBS enuring his Machines (the advantages of which are too well known io need dilating on) be expediency or SENDING IS their ORDERS WITHOUT DELAY. These Machines CARKY MOBE SIEVES than spy other Winnowing Machines, avxng TWO DRAKE SIEVES. & These Winnowers have taken First Prizes wherever exhibited. lGENIS — Jamestown, Thomas Carter ; Ejidine, Brown & Sons ; Moonta, Warn 'Broe.; Melrose, W. Marshall ; Terowie, Thos. Hosking ; Orroroo, Gmeiner firos. '- W. ANDERSON, Wholesale and Retail Boot and Shoe Maker, COMMERCIAL-STREET, KOORINGA. L LARGE STOCK OF ENGLISH AND COLONIAL MADE BOOTS AND SHOE ALWAYS OK HAND,...

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TOPICS. THE HEALTH RATE MEETING [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 17 January 1879

TOPICS. TOTE mtALTH RATE MEETING Thb health rate meeting on Friday evening last was on the whole $ery orderly, and the result, what we desired yet there are on* or two points we foci Ktuna to reier vx vr. xuagway thought there need have been no torprise mt bin action because of what ie said when before the ratepayers is a candidate, but our surprise was lot that he had wished to overthrow ;he rate but that he had been content jo allow it to pass unchallenged, and than by a side wind to attempt its befeat Sot the objection to the rate but the time and manner of it ws were jurprised at. Cr. Geake shewed why the three last elected Councillors can not be taken to indicate th* feeling of the majority of ratepayers. We demur also to the doctrine that because we cannot do off that is desirable we should io nothing and think that half a loaf is decidedly better than no bread and eer tainlv it truut be far better to hav* all unhealty matter removed to certain dVpfe at a distance from the cen...

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Open Column. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 17 January 1879

Open Column. The Zfluors do not hold themselves rtspea ?ible tor the opinions expressed in this eolaasn

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

BtntUk HosnTAU— NomoRB ef nagiente admitted during th* week, 3 j Looi* Qovmt.~M*. Q. h. Asott^ 8.M. of Fort Adelaide will preside a. the Redruth Local Court to-day in the absence of Mr. Varley, S.M. There are veay f«w cases on tha cause list. Ifxw Doopob.— We hear that there Is a probability of Dr. Sangster, of Strathalbyn, settling in Burra. W* should have thought that tiro dootora x-uld attend all the Burra folks, and mppose that the advent of another is lue mor« to party feeling than to any lecessity that night exist under oiks? sircumstances. New Bbidob ovm Bubs* Ckiie. -?Tenders for th* *rection of the new nidge at Kooringa are advertised fer up so Monday next. PsorBRTias »o» 8*jl».— We would lraw attention to two advertisements n another colnmm one offering for sale ho Waterloo Mill, and the other a arm in the Hundred of Avers known is Mr. Hastie'o. Destbvotiob of Babbits. — Th* leath of bunney ia deeread, and In our idvertieing columns appear several lotiees ealling for tende...

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LISCON, SHAKES, & Co's MONTHLY MARKET REPORTS, KOORINGA, Friday, December 6, 1879. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 17 January 1879

T.urov. BaavMB. ft Oo'c Moxsklw: Mamsav Harowta. Kooarxe*. Vri ley. t-«s»saaer 6. IS78. Thers waa a failing off in tMe att*i;dacoe, most of the farmers being busy rafeping, how ever we got through nearly ail wa had for sale, with the meeptioB of ?tor* eattU, f#r which th«t« is r»»liy no dsscaoi, W« #old «? pigs for £47 Kt. &VSST. — The yarssi wet* eloared as follows :— 608 hatf fat wrthers, 7a 11,B ? 400 do., 7a «d : SOS eises and wethers, at 8« 7d ; 59 Iambs, 0* Id ; 14 razss, 3O» 8d «M-h j 124 wethers, 6s «d ; 859 vthers. 6s Od , SS fat wethars, 6t , SOS *w-t-, half fat, 6t Id ; 100 do., fat, 9s Id | 241 store wethers, Ts 14 1 846 old ewas 2i 8d ; 340 swat and whethen, fts 43 ; 100 awes, Ss 8d |. Oattu.— Oaly 18 head sold, than bfinjs co bidding, tha balance were turned *)ut ansold. Team of 10 bullocks and waggon, £149: 4a., do,. AVtOO. UobskC— « told mt from £3 fa to £90, Crerman VMtgon aod % horss* £91. Total sale, £1,779 4s. KooBXve*, Friday, January 4, 1879. This tale ...

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COMMERCIAL. "RECORD" Office, January 14,1879. GRAIN AND FLOUR MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 17 January 1879

C0MXEE.CIAi. * Bseons** Ofias, Jaauary 1«. 187*. AwalVW A«m IViMTB %£ ittTMi Borra M.U— Kr. John Boaeh ««assa m oilows :— Wheat, 4s. per bushel. Flour, £10 per ton SI 4s. p«r hag. Pollard, la. 1.!. to Is ti. per bu»hsl. Bran, Is. Id. to Is. So. per bushal.

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Sheep on Farms. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 17 January 1879

Sheep on Farms. During the past three or four years several farmers hare been induced by the example of their neighboura— and possibly by tbs advocacy of the publie press — to emUr upon sheeu-faf m. ing io a greater or less extent. This is a line which is not only necessary but is one that will pay, if the farmer goes the right way to work. It is a great mistake made by corns people that there is no special teaching study, and talent necessary ia breeding to improve ?toekefasykind. The fart is that to realiy improve any breed repairs* s- consummate knowledge of the nature and constitution of the proposed crosses, as well as of a hundred other, points and conditions, tbe consideration of which we have no room at paeaent to enter The amateur breeder trie* to get a class of sheep that will give him a lot of fine, long high-priced wool, aa well as a great quantity « meat j and he entertains a wild sort of hopef that by what he would eall 'judicious croai. tag to attain raiuits which men...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 17 January 1879

BIRTH. COCKRUM — At Mount Bryan, on the 10th December, 1878, the wife of J. H. Cock- rum, of Bansbury, of a son. Both doing well. DEATH. EDLIE— On the 13th inst., at South Ter- race, Adelaide, Emma, the beloved wife of Charles Edlie. Aged ** years.

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Miss Patton's Perplexities. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 17 January 1879

Miss Patton's Perplexities. 'Joseph, I do wish you'd get married !' said his sister to him one morning, as she folded up a letter she had just beea readies, and sliDoed it hack into its turelope. 'For your own sake, I really wish you would, and settle down.' ' Not the least doubt of it,' answered Mr. Bliss dryly. 'I suppose you'd be delighted to get rid of me.' ' Now, Joseph !' exclaimed his sister, looking much injured, 'you haven't any regard for my feelings when you say that. Haven't I been a sister to you all your life, Joseph ? 'Well, yes; I must say you have,' answered her brother. 'Considering that your father and mother and my father and mother were the same per sons, I don't see how you could have been anything eke.' ~~ ''What a provoking man V cried Mrs. Green. ' I meant that Td done my duty by you, and you knew what I meant well enough, sir. Haven't I cared for you the best I knew how Joseph, since I had ahometo offer you? Say?' 'Well, yes you have,' answered Mr. iBliss. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 17 January 1879

MISCELLANEOUS. [ABTaRX»ixaxrx.j Mr. Lipsettand B. W. Campbell. SIB— A.* tks genlltiacQ sigaing Usl we»kt adveriiiemrot did not apeak the whole irurh by elating the aetmalfaet* of what took I piece at the Church Meeiiog in question. We will mow do to : — 1. Mr. Liiteelt was never arraigned by Mr. Campbeil, bus the xnaeting waa held ai Mr. Zipi.it't dtoutnd. 2. Xhe charge wai meter frotti, their being j no one present but Mr. Campbell i a Mr, ? i.ip»«*v'« «.«3« »( the tidlB C9naeqaentlj^ there were no witnet'fcet and the Ojorcu did not take a vote of tbe Greeting. *', |? 8. Every member of tha meeting, ssve one, was in t'aror of the charge Itimg wUkdramm. *. Mr. Campbell refuted to do so whereupon Mr. Liptctt'a friands retired j and intimated th»t the responsibility would rest upon those remciiHBg. Upon getting some disianee from the Church Mr. Holder was no: iced rushing ont witboct hia hat, and aicctting Mr. Lipaett and h:| friend*, isipiored tham to come bsck and settle the affair ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 17 January 1879

AUCTIONS. Thursday, JeEsusry so. JLT HALF-PAST OKI O'CLOCK; 4.C JUS ¥ii*«4TWu MILF3 VfKSrOJ1 4! EO i-PBRS? OF RIOSLLEST /lift '»?«& i.trSI'JCMLTS4LL4»I/. *H4 30CS2. SiS\f, STABLM, YARDS. As. XAiUilSffi 8EOCE, 2i:f«i»KSfiTS. *3., to. LISTOK, 8HAKS8: & OO. bare rt?»j^eri instructions frota M«s. w. »Jsmp to ccBBr auciiua bi abor«. -t * teaif-pas* I -f cIooPV 411 those very valcabtf SECTIONS of XiAN'D, eorapri«£ng Sections Koj. «.8I0. *,««, S.S27. 8,535, 3.236. S S37, and *,85B. in tbs Hundred of Kooringa^ containing together 412 Aeres, aR «ubileatUU.T fenced with posts and four wires, snbd»ide«i into '?* paddoeis, surfece Water nil the yew, Stoae Home Four ? Rooms, largs B.rr.f, Stone Sttblcs IS Stalls, Urgs underground Tank, 12,000 galli., all subitanti&I ar.d complete1. AMO, f ABT ALLOTMENT, Ko. 44. Town ?hip of Hujletou, oppoiite Railway Station. STOCK AND IMPLKJTESTS ?I i) CKA.T3GET MAEE3 und GELT-- .3.AJ INGS, eII young, touad m:\d in good condition. I Pair...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 17 January 1879

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 103. per quarter, 2s. discount if paid in advance. AUCTIONEERS. LISTON, SHAKES- CO., Kooringa. COLES & GOODCHILD, Kooringa. BUTCHERS. R AUSTIN, Aberdeen. C. OHLMEYER, Kooringa. C. and E. GEBHARDT, Aberdeen. BAKER. F. GEBHAHDT, Kooringa. BOOTMAKERS. W. ANDERSON, Kooringa. CORN DEALERS. J. ROACH, Burra MilL DRAPERS. GOLDSWORTHY BROS., Kooringa INSURANCE COMPANIES. AUSTRALIAN MUTUAL PRO VI- DENT.— A. H. Foedeb. COLONIAL MUTUAL. — F. W. Holder. SOUTH BRITISH FIRE INSUR ANCE.— F. W. Holder. MACHINISTS. STATTON & HENDERSON, Kooringa. STOREKEEPERS. DREW & CO., Kooringa. GENERAL BUSINESS. PROPERTIES FOR SALE. I' .A. Xfc XkX S. APPiLi. /?Q-J ACRES Krown as SULLIVAN'S 00 J- » first-class Farm in good heart, all ploDghab'e a 'arge portion has been cropped only once. Plenty 'water. FJFLO ACRES, dose to the Township, *J*J*i well improved, plenty of Water. SELALIE. u=uio 1 09A ACRES--- §jKLufir^iuig~*La'nd. BLACK ROCK. &7(\ ACEES- adjoining Ftki...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 24 January 1879

PRIZE WINNOWERS! PRIZE WfNNOWERSlI TO SAVE LABOR IS TO SAVE MONET. »T A 'M'Tng^ 'W M hi A .T'T'.TiT*y3 MACHINIST, KAPUNDA. Begs to inform the Farmers of the Colony that last season he had to DECLINE NO LESS THAN 57 ORDERS for his CELEBRATED PRIZE WINNOWING MACHINES, In consequence of such orders being kept back so long. As there is every prospect of a good harvest next season, J. W. would urge on those ?equiring his Machines (the advantages of which are too well known to need dilating on) lie expediency of SENDING IN their OEDERS WITHOT7I DELAY. These Machines CARKY MORE SIEVES than any other Winnowing Machines, laving TWO DRAKE SIEVES. «g- These Winnowers bare taken First Prizes wherever exhibited. 1GENIS— Jamestown, Thomas Carter ; Kadine, Brown & Sons ; Moonta, Warn [Brae* Melrose, W. Marshall; Terowie, ThoB. Hosking ; Orroroo, Omeiner Bros. W. ANDERSON, Wholesale and Retail Boot and Shoe Maker, COMMERCIAL-STREET, KOORINCA. 1 LARGE STOCK OF ENGLISH AND COLONIAL MADE BOOTS...

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