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

MEDICAL. MOULTON'S PJIIN PJIINT (Kegfetered and Patented) CUBES THE WOBST PAINS In from One to Twenty Minutes, not one boa t&T At 'er reading tfcis advertisement need anv one (-uffer *ith pain ? MOc'LTOK'S PAIN PAIKT IS A CUBE FOB KVEBY PAIN It was tbe first and is tt i only Bain remedy that instantly etope the most excruciating bbidb, allays inflammations, and cores conges tione, whether ot the lunge, stomach, bowels, or other gianda or organs, BY ONE APPLICATION, In from one ro twenty minutes — no matter how violent or excruciating the pain, the rheumatic, bedridden, infirm, crippled, uer vqus, neuralgia, or prostrated with disease may suffer. MOCLTONS PAIN PAIKT WILL AEFOBD INSTANT EASE. Inflammation of the kidnpys, inflamniation of thf ladiWr, ii.fliunina' io-i of the bowels, ?jiuniif, risngps'ion of the lunge, sore tbroat, aifficuli bitttiuiiE», jh ipitation of the heart, hysterics, croup, diphtheria, catarrh, inflnenza, headache, toothache, neuralgia, rheumatism, cold ...

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Artesian Wells in the Far North. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 24 January 1879

Artesian Wells in the Far North. At the present time, when the Government ire dispatching Professor Tote and an expedi tion to tbe western districts to test the prac icability of obtaining water by deep borings waterless, and when they have commissioned Mr. T. Matthews, a gentleman well known in mining circles, to go forthwith to California and purchase a diamond drill to bo used in baring &rteeUa weHs in the north and north west country, our readers will be glad to learn that tome deep boring for water in the Fur North has be?n attended by a large amount of success ; in fact that the pioneer of tha future system of a-tesiin wells in this colony has passed beyotkd the range of theory into tbat of actual existence. Tha fortunate persons on whose stations a plentiful supply of water has been obtained by deep boring are Messrs. Sanders, James, & Co., oirners of the Curoa mona run, in the Far North, but better known throughout the colony as the Cinowie proprietors. We sa...

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Intercolonial Items. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 24 January 1879

Intercolonial Items. The yield of gold in Yictoria for 1878 was 755,754 ounces against 799,919 ounces ia 1877. The meeting of the unemployed in Me'Aourne has beca held on & vacant all9tment. I . vvhilje operations propsrst-cry to reuftduiag the Bulk of Australasia, Coliins-stret£ were being carried on the front wall well fell rs-itb a crash on to the pavement. Fortunately no one was passing at the time. A cab containing seven passengers has been stuck up near Sandhurst, but the robber obtained ai a result of his levy on tha travellers only 16s. The exhibition commission in Sydae; intend importing electric ii-rh t appsretns, so thai; the erection o'. tbe building may bs proceeded. v»ith by night as weil as by day. Mr. W. Travers has been murdered by blacks at the Northern Tcrriotorr, he having been left alone at the camp by the rest of his party who was on its way from Queensland with cattle. Plunder seems to have prompted tbe act. There has been heavy rains i 1 Sydney which ...

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TOPICS. SCAVENGING. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 24 January 1879

TOPICS. SCAVE|NGI^TG. JMtrcH abused as have been iu private and public the scavenging arrangements of the past year, yet there has been a lar«?e amount of comnlaint and enauirv of late because since the end of last year there has been nothing done in that direction. The best answer to those who constantly speak of the ' utter uselessness of the old system' as this fact that it is now missed And its abscence regretted. In fact imperfect as were those arrangements they are greatly to be preferred to doing nothing and we are satisfied that a really well devised and well carried out plan will be not only sanitarily but populaily a success. We are glad that the Council on Monday evening looked at the question in the light they did and we congratulate them on the scheme, adopted. Short -xf employing a ma,u with a horse and cart always scaveng-' ing, while perhaps the rate would be insufficient tor the plan to be put into force immediately is about thejbest thai? occurs to us and with prop...

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Cricket BURRA V. CLARE [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 24 January 1879

Cricket. BURRA V. CEARtf. x cricket matvh was played at Burrs, on Saturday last between tbe above clubf, which resulted in a well-earned victory for tbe Burra. We were glad to notice such a large number of «[!ec'.Biurs present, uiciuaing a iew oe me lair srr, who took great interest in the game. Both clubs were well represented each having their Btrcnges team with the exception of one man each, Bright for Clare, and Burns for Burrs, being unable to play. At 11 o'clock the teams met, and Belcaer, captain of the Burrs team having won the toss decided to send his opponents'to the wickets. Their innings closed for the fmall score cf 45, only two of which were sundries, owing to the splendid long stopping of Sampson. The chief scorers were Macfarlane, 14 ; Harder, 9 ; Acres, 11. The bowling of Wiietre and Belcber was excellent. Af-er a few minutes interval, iheClareites took the field, and J. Snel^ and. Parker, faced the bowling of MortiiaiT and Mitchell.' Scoring wae pretty rapid, sud b...

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

Wat |[lecojtb. J. PAPER FOE TSE BURRA ASTD THE NORTH-EAST. BUttRA, FRIDAY, JASTTAEY St, 1379.

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Black Springs District Council. SATURDAY, JALUARY 18. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 24 January 1879

Black Springs District Council. Satttkdat. Jaifaey 18. Present — Chairman, Crs. King, Turner, and Sash. Minutes of last meeting read and confirmed. CorrcsDondeuce froai Srenlev and Hanson District Councils informing Council of the dangerous state of the road on tne boundary between t:ie Stanley and Bleck Springs districts. Clerk to reply. From Jj?eal Board of 'Iain roads Midland District, iufoming Council that the Board trill shortly make another sppropriarion for construction purposes, and that the Commis sioners will be glad to receive information respecting the most urgent works required on the Main Line of roads in the district. Clerk to reply. Clerk to write Waterloo Council informing them of the bad Btate of the road between Rot he's and Matthias9 at the division between Black Springs and Waterloo district*, and that the Black Spring b Council are willing to do one-half the work, if they will do the other haif. BcceiDtf, £1 7s.

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THE CORPORATION AND THE BURRA DISTRICT COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 24 January 1879

EHE CORPORATION AND THE BURRA DISTRICT COUNCIL. In small places like Burra it is most desirable not only that private persons should act in harmony but also in a greater degree, if possible, that public bodies should mutually assist each other, in the performance of their duties and' at all times display a courteous bearing towards one another. It is therefore with regret that we notice from ike reports of the last meetings of the Burra District Council and of the Burra Cor poration respectively that there does not seem to be that desirable unity of feeling. It seems that a resident Tvithin the corporate boundary complained to the Inspector under the local Board of Health of the condition of a slaughter house just across the boundary and the Inspector having looked into the matter reported it to his Board who did the best thing that they could have done, having due regard for the well-being of the residents in that part of the town, in sending on the compliant' to the District Counc...

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Open Column. The Editors do not bold themselves responsible for the opinions expressed in this column. THE NORTH RAILWAY. To the Editor of the Record [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 24 January 1879

Open Column. The Editors do not hold themselves respon sible fur the opinions expressed in this column. THE NORTH RAILWAY. To the Editor of the Eecord ?am — ia company wim many otners wuo Frequently travel by train on the North Line. [ have been annoyed by persons who persist ia smoking in carriages which arj supposed to oe enjiupt. irom smouing, anu j. am sure you would confer a favor not only on travellers in general, but also on the many lady passengers bis well who are unjustly subjscted to an annoyance filtogether unbearable Irom a lot of rough feilors who have no politeaees, cr feeling, about them. Just fancy six; or seven men smoking at one time. I am no judge of tobacco, but know the smoke mixture thrust upon us in railway carriages from all eor.s of pipes ia nauseous onough to upset the strongest ?ousutuUou. There are otber annoyauces such is card-playing, and heavy drinking af brandy and other exciteable drinks which add gre.11 ly to the alarm and inconvenience of quiet pa...

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CORPORATION BALANCE SHEET. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 24 January 1879

CORPORATION BALANCE SHEET. In this issue is published the Corpora tion balance-sheet for 1878. In many particulars the document is decidedly inore satisfactory than its predecessors. xne sum recerveu lruiu raws* us ixvany the full amount to be expected from that source and the miscellaneous items of income show what they can do to wards meeting working enpenses. The Government subsidy is only ^291 odd of which £250 was kept back as two year's police charge but'it was stated in Council last Monday according to the report that the sum of £113 was still due from Government so making in all over .£400 for the yeavJ ^Che item 'Private subscription' is a god~d one due to the open handedness of the late Mr. Banks. On the other side we began with a heavy Dr. balance to which also must be added the liability to the cemetry say £2-50 more, so that the position of affairs was much worse then than now. Public works has at last reached a fair sum though in a year or two it should at least be dou...

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Magistrates' Court Redruth WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 22. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 24 January 1879

Magistrates' Court Redruth. TilVnvirRTHv- Junrmr 92. {* Before His Worship the Mayor, and Mr. W. B.Bidffwav. J.P.I iiosepn -Limes swbs cuargcu oy lue cor poration Inspector with placing a dead horse in the township of Aberdeen so as to become an annoyance to the inhabitants. Defendant pleaded guilty. It appeared that his horse died in Aberdeen, that be bad dragged it to an old shallow shaft near to the residence of Mr. Michael Williams where it was left unburied. The Corporation gave him notice to bury it waieh he failed to do. and they buried it at his expense. Fined 10s. and cost of witness and burial together £1. 12s. or in default three days imprisonment. The fiao (res paid.

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Burra Corporation. MONDAY, JANUARY 20, 1879. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 24 January 1879

Burra Corporation. Mokdat. Jahtaby 20. 1879. Present — His Worship tbe Mayor, Crs. Batchelor, Bartholomseas, Geake, Ridgway, White, and Richardson, and the Town Clerks Mr. Foiw MnnriES. Minute* of last meetisg were read and confirmed. Mayor's Bepoet. The Mayor reported the remit of the meeting re health rate, and also that the agree ment with Stattou & Henderson had bten signed. COBBESFOSB EKCB. The report of the Auditors was read, and the balance-sheet laid on the table. The Ckrk of Burra District Council wrote in reply to the complaint of the Board of Health that their Inspector found no reason to interfere, and referring to Jhe rubbish depot at Kelson Town ai causing a public nuisance. The Inspector said that as Symon's Slaughterhouse had been reported to him as unclean he had seen it and found it had never tieen lime-washed as required by the Act, also that there was no nuisance at Nelson Town. Cr. White said be often passed the North. tVard Depdt, and found no nuisance ...

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Our Bonds. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 24 January 1879

Our Bonds. The news that the Agent-General had ; disposed of some of our 4 per cent bonds at 8S£ caused a very general feelins of surmise whieli has almost deepened into indignation since the whole truth came out and the large amount so sacrificed became known. That ~xe who hare always before secured exceedingly good prices for de bentures should . thus suddenly be placed in the humiliatiiig position of selling at almost tlie lowest figure of any is indeed ground for much regret as well as reason for inquiry into the causes for such a failure. Undoubtedly the English money market has been greatly disorganised by the large failures that have occurred and also by the depressed state of tra^le, but the fact is that generally good securities are benefited by the exposure of bad ones as fresh investors driven out of other ways fly to them,and at this time though the re action has not jret had time to fully develop yet the bonds of the other colonies do not show such a marked reduction in...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 24 January 1879

BIRTH. YOUNG—On the 19th inst., at Aberdeen,   Burra, the wife of Thomas Young of a son.    

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

Balance-Sheet Burra Corporation for th^iear 1878. Dr. CA3H. , -V. CONTRA. 1878. £ ?- d. 187S. £ e. 6* Dec. 31— To Arrears of Rates col- J»». I— Bj Balaecs^De ... ... 154 6- & leeted during 187& ? 4111 6 Drc. 3L— By Public Wjrka ifixpenr To Rates for 187S collected ... 5G1 2 5 dilure ? :.. ... »l 4 & „ Licsnces— By Salaries.. ? ... 135 10^ O Slaughtering £12 10 0' „' Fees and Charges, Onlse, Print* Qaa ? 2 0 0 ing, and Audit ? ?? 162 f 6- Weighbridge... 2 2 0 ' „ Slaughterhouse and Found Ue Tentt ? 6 3 0 pairs, &j. ? 50 11 7 D.ig* . ... 61 15 O „ Purcha*s of Land for RubbisU Tehicles ... 2 5 O 89 15 0 Depot ... ... ? 27 2 O . BFeea— Local Canrt ... 17 10 0 „ L'gal Expeuie*. ? 3« 1 O Impounding... 10. 5 10 „ Interest ? 10- 8 6 Slaughterhouse 46 13 0 „ Assessor for 1879 ... ... 13 0 0 Stamping Weights & Measures ... 2 0 8 76 9 6 ,,S*leofLand ? 2 0 0 „ Sale of Old Material 4 13 4 „ Private SubBcripsioae S3 8 6 ,,Gov. Sub- ??? ' sidy ...£291 8 5 Le...

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

Solloway's Ointment and Pills. — Diseases of tbe B }«??!«. — A remedy, which has beea tested.and proved in a thousand different ways, capable of eradicating poisonous taints from ul'ers and healing them up, merits a trial of its capacity for rxf ranting the internal con uptione from the bowels. On rubbing Holloway'e Ointreeat repeatedly- en ths abdomen a rash sppcar«, and as ittbicktns fhea-rineirrifabilry subsides. Acting as a derivative this unguent drjsws to tbe surface, releases tbe tender in test from all ecrid matters and prevents inflima tioa, dysentcrr, and p:les, for which blistering was the cld-fe-bion d, though successful treat ment^ now from his painfultiess fallen into disuse, ihe discovery of this Ointment bavins proclaimed a rem -dy possessing equally deriva tive vet, perfectly painless powers. Autesian Wells. — Messrs. Sanders, James & Go. have proved the suitabilitv of the Artesian Well system to out north country. They hold a large piece of country in the f...

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Live within your Means [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 24 January 1879

Live within your Means. Mrs. George Jerome came down to the breakfast table one stormy March morning with a decided frown (vulgar reople would call it a scowl) on her pinK-ana-white tace. She looked like an outgrown China doll in her stylish blue cashnie.re morning wrapper, with its heavy silk cord and tassel, yellow hair frizzed in the most approved style, and a dainty carnation tint on the round cheeks that were so often dimpled with laughter. Full scarlet lips, tightly closed now, hid twin rows of teeth that Mrs. Jerome was not chary of displaying when in a smiling mood. But on this particular morning Mrs. Jerome was out of sorts, or out of tem per, as her more prosaic husband mentally said, as he looked up from his morning paper at his 'household divinity.' ' Well, Elsie,' he said, in the plea sant, hearty way that had so often set Elsie's heart to thumping in the bliss ful days of their courtship, ' this is a rough morning.' Elsie gave some pettish answer, and coolly seated her...

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Miss Pattern's Perplexities. (Concluded from our last.) [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 24 January 1879

Miss Patton's Pfrplciities. (Concluded from our last) ' Mow ignorant I ain,' exclaime^ 3fiss Patton. ' But you feriow the old adage — 'Where the ignbraace w biiss.' Ob, oh. Mr. Bliss, whj.t have I said 1 You 11 forgive irie, -won't you ? I didn't mean to make a puu ou your liame, I assure you. I didn't think anything about your name being Bliss, for' then, I might hare referred to the ' abode of Bliss !' You will forgive «uid for get r ' Don't mention it,' said Mr. Bliss vriffb. another inward groan. How long would this woman stay % A. week, or a month, or for ever 1 The prosjxjct was appaling. Miss Patton was constantly on the look-oat for developments in the bottom of the veliicle. Mr. Bliss began tohavea great curiosity to know wliat she had lost. When he helped her out, he meant to discover what it was. ,' Serena has several children, hasn't she ?' asked Miss Patton. ' Three,' answered Mr. Bliss. ' I dote on children,' said Miss Pat ton, rapturously. 'Don't you Mr. Bliss? ' No ;...

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

MEDICAL. f* BATBJPUL— COUFOBIIie EPPS'S COCOA.1 BBEAKFABT. 'ByathoroughfcnowledgeoftlianalarallawB which govern the operation* of digeitioaaml nutrition, ani by a careful application of tbe fine properties of wdl-eelectsd coooa, Mr. Eppe has provided our breaidut tables with* dab oately flavoured beverage whiob. may manvm many heavy doctors' bull. Itisbj tbe jncKmou nseof euch articles of diet that ? constitution may be gradually built up until atatmg enough toret'utererytendencyto disease. Hundreds of . subtle irmia^i«n are floating around us ready te- attack wherever there ia a weak point. We may escape many a fatal abaft by keeping ourselves well fortified with pure blood and a, properly nourished frame.'— See article in the Civil Servic* Gazette. Made simply with boiling water or milk. Sold only in packets (tins for abroad), labelled:— JAKES EPPS & CO., HO&KEOPATHIC CHEMISTS, 48, Threadneedle-atieet, and 170, Piccadilly. Worfa, Euston-road and Gamdem Town, 754, L...

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

AUCTIONS. HURRA HOfllHLY MARKET. Friday, Febrnary 7. ' I5TOK, BU4.KES & CO. J will tell us above 350 EArBAS!TOEli 6350 130 ''KriS,.'' 130 cludiwg THREE TEAMS of WORKING BULLOCKS, with TACKLE complete 47 H O K S E 3 47 Moetlv Light. &c, &,?., &e. MABKET.SQUAHF, KCORINGrA. Monday, January i&7. SDEfi WlKKAJVT OF EXECUTION. Out of the Local Court of Kedrath. AT 12 O'CLOCK, SHAEl\ r o h n s a m p a o n, j u if., ' will aell by auction Four Splendid Draught Horses Three Sets Harness (new) Double Plough fue») Tip Dray Two Grood Biding Saddles Four-post Iron Bedstaid English Lever Watch (new) Oold set Brooch and Ear-KinM Clcek . b WITHOUT 11ESEEVF. Thursday, January 30. AT HALF-PAST ONE O'CLOCK; D THE FAUM TWO MILES WEST OF KOORIKGa. If) ACRES OF EXCELLENT Jt IA ?i£ AGRlCULTUfiAL LASD. *HZ QUSE, BARNS, STABLES, YARDS, &c. FARMING STOCK, nn7L-SlEJSTTS, &c, Ac ' I S T O If, SHAKES, & CO. _4 have receired instructions from Mrs. . ...

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