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

OTSIHESS DIRECTOBY. LOa. per quarter, 2s. discount if paid in advance. AUCTIONEERS. LISTON, SHAKES & CO., Kooringa. COLES & GOODCHHiD, Kooringa. BUTCHERS. E. AUSTIN, Aberdeen. C. OHLMEYER, Kooringa. C. and E. GEBHAEDT, Abetd^a. BAKER. '~ ' 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. FORDER. COLONIAL MUTUAL. — F. W. Holder. SOUTH BRITISH FIRE INSUR ANCE. — F. W. Holder. » MACHINISTS. i STATTON & HENDERSON, Kooringa. STOREKEEPERS. DREW & CO., Kooringa. GENERAL BUSINESS. PROPERTIES FOR SALE. !? -A. 3EE. 3MC S. appila. OQ-t ACEES Known as SULLIVAN'S DO! a first-class Farm in good heart, all ploughab'e a large portion has been cropped anly -noe. Plenty 'water. RFiO ACRES, dose to the Township, ! *-*J£i well improred, plenty of Water. * BELALIE. 1AOA AORESi 600 Acre* ploughable lAjAlXj remainder Spendid Orazing...

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Miscellaneous. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 31 January 1879

Miscellaneous. A tall tree or a tall yarn ! Tbe Bev. Mr. Fitchett, ia an article in the Wesleyan Spec tator, entitled ' A Keugh Side,'in speaking of the large trees to be met with in' tbe Cape Otway Forest, Bays t — A Btory was told me of a tree, cut down by a survey party, that was 30 feet in diameter 20 feet fro m the ground, and 300 feet to the first, branch. A gang of men buih a lofty platform round it, and took six days to cut it down. In its fall a ~ man was killed, and it took three days to cut the body out from beneath the trunk. 'Very like a whale.' At a Bocial gathering in 'Wicklow the conver - eation turned by soaie eceident upon' marriage. One of the girl?, addressing^ a handsome young Paddy, quite unconsciously ae ehe cxplkinea said, ' If I were you, and you me, I would have married long ago.' « And what 'makes my little Johnny bo cros this morning t' asked a devoted mother the other day. ' Dot up a'urly,' was tbe inno cent's reply. Hoilowag** Pills. — Weary of JJife. —...

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Intercolonial Items. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 31 January 1879

Intercolonial Items. A fital accident happened at Fjotserav, near Melbonren oa Monday morning last. A lady named Cecelia Brett, aged eixty two* tried to cross the line to the platform an the the tram was approaching. She was unable to get clear of the line in time, and was caught by the buffer of the engine in the middle cf ber back, carried forward some distance, and thrown down between the station wall and ths train. The engine and e'ghx carriages passed over the body, cutting it to pieces. Wood»'s continuous brake iras fixed on the engine and carriages, but it was useless, so sudden wae the accident. An inquest will beheld to- to; row. Tt was expected to bs highly sensations1: Fifteen witnesses have been summoned. The flig at the Town Kail Melbourne, on Monday was half-masted on the reception of the tidings of the death of Mr. George Coppin, who had been suffering for some t iine from a severe attack of jout, acd was euppoied to be recovering. The Melbourne police etate tbat they...

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CRICKET. To the Editor of the Record. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 31 January 1879

CBICKET. To the Editor of the Eecord. Sib— I notice by the iBsue of the Northern Argus of the 22nd inst., a letter signed ' Con servative.' lie speaks of a scratch eleven coming here representing Clare, against such veUpraclised plagen w the Burra teara Now, .Sir, I beg to differ, as Ifae aptain on that occassion spoke very differently, he distinctly told one or two of the Burra team before the match commenced -! That they were candidly a good team, as good as could ba brought from Clare with the exception of Mr. Bright.' Perhaps, now, if Mr. B ? should have come across, I don't tiiink he would have made the difference of nine wickets, though he may be a good cricketer, and would no doubt hsva made a vast deal of difference. As f jr the Burra being a well-pr£ctictd team I do not think the same eleven has turned out together during the whole season for practise. Tbe Club has only been established about fow months and how can tbey be auch exceedingly well-practised players, and if the...

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To the Editor of the Record. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 31 January 1879

To the Editor of the Record. Sie. — \\ ould you allow me a short space in your journal, in reference to (rarer supply by aitesiaii wells as also by the old style of well - sinking. ] may mention I have had some ten or twelve years experience, having risked all or nearly all the welU in the North East, and -been down and inspected a number of them, ? taking note of their situation and the rock, and hare been successful injeelf in providing a good supply. I was a short time ago at Curnaisona and ? wu surprised to find thu large plain of which 'Curnamona forms but a email portion Co be 25 feet below the level of the ocean, this was -of coarse from barometical measurements as kindly shown me by Mr. Began who tested his instrument in Adelaide before leaving for Curnamona. From what I could eee and learn I should think Mr. Began has overtasked his strength as the men assured me he not only invents necessary tools but goes dowa wells iuto the water and sees to their being properly handled,...

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Magistrates' Court Redruth. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 29. [Before Messrs. H. Dawson, J. P.; and J. Butterworth, J. P.] [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 31 January 1879

Magistrates' Court Eedruth. Wednesday, Jaxttabt 29. [Before Messrs. Bf. Dawaon, J.P.; and J. Butterwortb, J.P.I Alexander JIarns, charged with using un stamped weights, was fined 5s. For selling butchers' meat with spring balance he was fined 20s. David McLeish, for ths same offence, was find 405. Mary Mowait for allowing three pigs to etrar, was find 10s. — O'Brien wa3 charged with illegally im pounding a cow from the main street, Kooringa. The question turned on where the cow was at the time of being seized. Defendant produced his authority torn the Midland Road Board f? impouad off the maia road. lEe and bis eon both deposed to the beast having been on main road. Tbe information was dismissed. — Turner for using abueive lanuage was find 5 *. and costs. — Conwai/ was charged by Cnvensgh with being indebted to Iiim ia £21 16*. 9 j., wages due. There was a charge against Carenagh was hired in Adelaide by a written agreement to proceed to Carooaa, take eheep thence to Government Gums...

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Open Column. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 31 January 1879

Open Column. The Editors do not hold themeelrts respon sible fur the opinions expressed in tliiswlumn. To the Editor of the Record SlB. — I shall be much obliged if rou can find room for a few lines on the plan adopted in the Hundred of Hallett for the destruction of rabbits and as the Bill is soon to be put in .force it may help some who are infested witb^tbe pest aa well as the Gorernment. The plan adopted with three or four of the farmers in the north-east portion of the Hundred cf Hallett is this ; they hare got about 2,000 yards of wire netting this is put up against tbe. fence on two sides of .the paddock and in the* corner a yard u made about 20 yards rqaare and the rab iits driven into this yard and killed in numbers that I think will astonish eome who are hard to believe that the rabbits are so numerous, I will give you the result of e;x dajs work, the number yarded and killed eech day day, lit 835 off 160 acres, 2nd day 300 off same laad, 3^d day 741 eff 100 acres, 4th day...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 31 January 1879

pAUTlOK TO TfflC PUBLIC PB.EVESTION O^ FIRE. — — Chief Secretary'e Office, A-elaide, lstKovenbcs-, 1878. The attention cf the Pultfc is directed to the proviBions of the Bash Tires Act, No 18 of 186t. and 15 of 1S74; all Police-car.srebW and Crown Land* Itangfre baviiifi retired strict instructions to take preceedinge and recover penalties for offences nnder the said Acts. , The following are oflenees under the Acts: ? 1. Burning etubble 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 Crown Lands Eaogere) one day's notice ; or without having at least four persons present to assist in preventing spread of fire; or without ploughing or clearing st least three feet round inside the fence. Pensltv — Sot ?ess thin Hirer tad not exceeding Ten Pounds. 2. . Using igniteb'e wadding between 1st Sep tember and 30th April. Penalty — FivePounde. 3. Opposing the examination o...

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The Brands Act 1878. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 31 January 1879

The Brands Act 1873. One of the most important Acts relating to agriculturalist and stock o'wnevs, passed last session, was the Brands Act and vritbou at the present time offering any exteided comment \re propose to recapitulate some of its main points especially' as vre believe that though a knowledge-^ its provis ?ons is very necessary It is not generally known. The design of flie Act seems to have been to make th- ownership of horses, cattle and sheep more readily discoverable for various reasons. The gre^t principle is that -f registration of brands and it is pnacted that ' Every owner of horses »r cattle may within six months afte| the coming into operation if this acts obtain from the chief Inspector of Briids a certifi_ cate of the registration of any brand which such owner may saect pursuant to this Act for the parptte of branding his horses and cattle. J ly owner ot horses or- cattle who i all a'jfcer the , expiration of six months rom the com ing into operation of ia - Act...

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Midland Road Board. RIVERTON, TUESDAY, JANUARY 28. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 31 January 1879

Midland Eoad Board. ?RlVFETOK. TlTESDAV. JaXUAKX 28. Present — H. T. Morris.Esg. (ChBinDui),and Commissioners, Moule, Bowdeu, Kelly, Cap*. Killieoat, and Mr. J. J. Bbeadj Secretary, end Mr. J. Morris, Snperihtendin^-SiirTeyor. itXSVTES. . , Jfinutee of last meeting irere read and confirmed. ' . COUSESFOKSEXCE. . - The following correspondence was received : — From Pnblic Works tjffice — Asking tlie Board to expend £900 in erection of a bridge DTerjthe Skilly C» fc. Special vote. . - From W. N. Bienham--^Tb»t ell moneys doe on Contract 111 to be paid to James Crase, &c. From John Fenton — Granting authority f jt payment of £10 to 3. D. Gave for land taken out of Section 2,Qi7 in Kooringa. From QwU*il^^4- Board — Forwarding plans and estimates for bridge over the Hirer Light on the Espunda_and Truro Road. From Jas. Crase ^f«l«rani) '— Instructing Secretary to pay 'iipiitfne moneys .^b Biehter on account cf Contract* Kob?%-% 111, 1)9. and 121. ''' ?'- -?'? '- '' '^j^ From Hjdra...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 31 January 1879

BURKA TIMBER YARD AND STEAM SAW MILLS. . ? -O ? = ? DEALS- DEALS T. & G. FLOORING. CEDAR, GUM, JARRAH. STRINGTBARE. KAURI. CLEAR, AND HUON PINES. DRAY SHAFTS. Galvanized Itod. Galvanized Iron. Galvanized Iron. Ridging, Guttering, Piping, Cement, Piaster of Paris, Paints, Oils, Glass, Hearth Stones, and every description of .Building Material. Gk & W. SARA & DUNSTAN, Builders and Timber Merchants, PROPRIETOKS OF THE BURRA BRICK YARDS. 43* AGENTS FOB THE IMPERIAL INSURANCE COMPANY. COMMERCIAL STREET, KOORINGA. W. L. H. BRUSE, Cabinetmaker, Builder and Undertaker. ? o— — — N.B. — -Funerals furnished on the shortest notice, and on the most reasonable terms. v _ . MRS. BANKS, ?J^?^ LATE UNICORN BREWERY, KOORINGA. PALE XX AND XXX MILD, STRONG, AKD SPARKLING ALES Guaranteed Pure and Wholesome. BREWER of the Celebrated XX and TCTHC STOUT PORTER. 66 J PAPERHANGXNGS. JUST SI CEIVED, a Splendid ASSORTMENT of PAPERHANGINGS New and Choice Patterns. Abo, BORDERS, CORNERS, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 31 January 1879

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. IOj. per quarter, 2s. discount if pud in advance. AUCTIONEERS. LISTON, SHAKES & CO., Kooringa. COLES & GOODCHILD, Kooringa. BUTCHBBS. R. AUSTIN, Aberdeen. --— ' C. OHLMEYER, Kooringa. C. and E. GEBHARDT, 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. Forder. 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. 3E' A. 3Eh Jag 93. apphia. PQ-t ACRES Known as SULLIVAN'S 001 a first-class Farm in good heart, all ploughab'e a large portion has been cropped only once. Plenty 'water. FLFLO ACRES, dose to the Township, I +***£* well improved, plenty of Water. i BELALIE. 1AQA ACRES, GOO Acre* ploqghahle \)/y\J remainder Spendid Grsrihg Land. ...

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COMMERCIAL. ADELAIDE PIG AND CALF MARKET. January 22, 1879. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 31 January 1879

C05OEESCIAL. ADELAIDE PIG AND CALF MARKET. January 22, 1879 Mr. G-eobge Laugh TpN reports this vesk's sale of pigs and calves as follow* : — Pigs. — Thj eopply for the ireekV inartct -fb« an exceedingly large one ererv Den bein* filed, and in lEaar cases overcrowed. KoN witbBtanding the large supply excellent prices ruled throughout. Porkers — were ve-y abundant eotn* being of very prime quality, all sold well more especially light -ce:ghte. Bacon Pig* — There was a large supply of £oad quality vbich were readily eo'd at very satis factory pnoet* Stores — Although the supply was a large one there irere barely enough for the demand. Many bnyera obtain their sup plies ot the market now instead of looking to the country eele*, and there is therefore a larger market for ibis ducriplion. Calves — The supply ,ku much larger than for thf last two weeks there waa in excellent demand, sod prices «tvre quire up to last week. I eold inferior from, lls 6d to 20j ; and up to 39% for best

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STOCK REDRT. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 31 January 1879

STOCK EE]-RT. Thfi principal mnvpment n Stock einee late report liate been as !oiloir- riz : — The Barrier route being ow impracticsble, until next season, f jr tratjUns srock, there uave oeeu no ircportanona ? that route since last report, nor expjrts fro this district vie the Brner or the Itiver rau . j The princ-,«l moremeo have been 1000 j store CBltle, most originally rotn Q;ieei^land, travelling np to Mr. K. Chamoii's country ou the -rerland Telegraph Lite, Mr. Humbling in charge. -: 436 fat cattle, Beltana PisDral Company, for Adelaide, S*?ugg and Clsrkejn charge. 132. fat cattle from Insjiinka eta J ton, Queensland boundary, for Alelnide, owner Mr. Collets j C. Murray in chs^e. 140 fat cattle from l.in^s'ingi-UB station oa the SterJiz Ki* Creek, Yor AJeLtide, owners W. C. Barldtt & Co.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 31 January 1879

FURNITURE & CARPET WAREROOMS, i03 RUNDLE-STREET 105 Ghimiey-Grlasses, Floorcloths Linoleum, Bedsteads, THOSE ABOUT TO FURNISH BEFORE BUYING WOULD DO 'WELL to CALL at S»JE33Kr-3hZ5X.X.3ri&S JST^-W AND Second Hand Furniture Mart, 109 BUNDLE STREET EAST, Where all &rqugites for FURNISHING may be obtained. Mattresses of all kinds-on hand, or Made to Order, or Remade. FUBNIIURE BOUGHT OR EXCHANGED. Note the Address. W- Pengelly's, 190 Bundle-street. THE PHOTOGRAPHIC ATELIER, 95, RUNDLE-STREET. CHARLES NIESCRE, ARTIST, PHOTOGRAPHS FINISHED to LTFF SIZE in OIL, WATERCOLOR, MEZZOTINT.' or other Process from Carte de Visite, £3 and upwards. FRAMING DONE AS USUAL.

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THE DISPUTE BETWEEN THE CORPORATION AND DISTRICT COUNCIL. To Editor of the Record. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 31 January 1879

THE DISPCTrE BETWEEN THE COE PO&AXHIN AND DISTttlCr COUNCIL. 9kthe Editor of the Eecord. fi*^'-**.* g«at deai 01 ui:«poic.xns:jii appears to prevail relative .o tue above eubjecr 1 will andeavor, with your permission, to throw ali:-le light uu i;. To begin with the Corporation Inspector, be evidently is uuacqu»iutea with his proper duties or he would never have taken upon him. self to inspect a building outside his own dis trict. If Mr. Sy mom had bundled him out no one could have blamed hi-i.. Xhe Corporation should not bare meddled with what did not concern theau they should ban told their Inspector to attend to his proper duties and then let the matter drop. Cr. Bidgway appears to be the only man who took a proper view of this matter. The district Council should have done tbe same witti the letter from he Corp ration nud simply said. Received. You, Mr. Editor, accurc'itig to hjv notion did not display your usual discen ment, instead of snubbing the Corporation Inspector y...

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ADELAIDE WOOL, HIDE AND SKIN MARKET. January 23, 1879. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 31 January 1879

ADELAIDE WOOI/, HTOE A^D. SKIK aiARLTT. J?.- us.-r 23. 3879. M-. GtOitGF !L*rCHir.s -c;:o;'si:^ r.-.fK/f ^(---f W' ???', Jiiiif-*, 8:-..--i-i.«iir:'-t T./ov, &c. Wool. — T'-OJ'1' '?' r-c- ^Ite-'slior. »:: t-;:? MlEEPSKlaS. — -3 'is* WO »»!C- !'i mjfriOT and tfctiy ca-- «? t.- Iisiid w!.:ch :e;':i-e from ab-ut 3d to4J-l per ! fa. PxtTS' — Butfl-fra er«-^n phcef' I'elf* con tinue to.rell readily np to Sd lor JEerino ond 1 Id for crote bred, countiv 'p?Ite iroai Id to 8«; lanib pelte, 41. Hides.— Sales h^rc \--in badly attended,1 and without anionH-jn prices continue wry low. Qartstfons — B^t *x trcm, IS* fo 25s j inferior, to mcdii:rc '?-.?d , 10* to 17s 63 ; tow h de? from, 9- ;?: 13-: Cil ; t-oi-,ntry sei:«d from, ft? to 21* ; -?»]' -'-ii: =. I* »:? 4». E.'.^'Jif co Ssi?'*? coniinue i*' II ni frIp. 'Aii.iV'-'. — '«?!'''£ a--6rketi» without cba»ga.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 31 January 1879

SELFISHNESS IS A MOST DESPICABLE PfiOPEN SITY. TSoir whet abail we eay cf the man who obtains every conceivable sort of mscbioe to assist him in bis work, bat leaves bis partner to toil laboriously over the washing without the invaluable aid of a MACHINE and WRINGER, and do all the IRONING- afterwards without a MANGLE? We Befrain from saying what we think, bnt leave it to its own conscience and the gentle persuasive power of hie Longsuffer ing wife. Bnt this much we will venture on observing, that a PERFECT CUBE at £4 or a COMMON SENSE at £4 10=-., or a EUREKA at £5, either of these, especially with a WHINGER attached, varying from 35s. to 55., is eminently calculated to PRO MOTE DOMESTIC HAPPINESS ; and with a MANGLE from 20.:. to £8 10s, and a WASHING TROUGH at 20a , and s PORT ABLE COPPER of course, from 55s. to £5., — when ell these are obtained the CUP (or tub) of happiness is apt to overflow, cold mutton vanisheth, concord prevauelb, hope buddeth afresh, the catpurreth upon th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 31 January 1879

MEDICAL. BLIGHT AND EYE DISEASE a ? MORRIS'3 IMPERIAL BYE OIMTMEHT PfiE-iMMBOTfor the Can of Austnuauan Blight and «M Inflammatory DiteaSM of the Eyes— Chronic SitMied ByeUds— BetforfM Ejelashes— Blewed Ej«i— KjM rmOmA Weak from nieht work, and tin only known Remedy for|Ulcer» on toe Kyeballf, tuu It may be applied to infrnU, ?adtiMMMor* grain of rice to Adults thriee ? day com the worst cases. The Sale ofthis Ointment during toe Eye Epidemic of the last year has been unparalleled— A nv txxaxCO. From Mr. Colin Gardner, of O*by. Your Oimtment m doing great service here, many ban denred substantial benefit by using it. I may mention particularly the names of Mesa*. Peter Reid, George Kirkup, John Jack, farmer, Daniel Walsh, fanner, all of Oxley, who bare had sore eyes of long standing on whom the Ointment worked like magic— From Mr. Ogle, Chemist, Maryborough. . Our Ointment has effected most astonishing cures in this district. _ For inflammatory sore eyas and ulcerated eyelids of lon...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 31 January 1879

PRIZE WINNtWERS! PRIZE WINNOWERS 1! TO SAVE IABOR IS TO SAVE MONEY. JAMES 'V7'BCE^-TXiE'Sr':, MACHINIST, KAPUNDA. Begs to inform the Fanners of the Colony that laat season he had to DECLINE NO LESS TSAS 57 ORDERS for his CELEBRATED IRIZE WINNOWING MACHINES, In coneeqomce of eucb orders being kept back eo long. As there is every proqiect of a good harvest next season, 3. W. would urge on thoBe requiring hie Machines (die advantages of which Bre too well known to need dilating on) the expediency of SENDING IN their ORDERS WITHOUT DELAY. These Machines CAIKY MORE SIEVES than any other Winnowing Machines, having TWO DRAKE SIEVES. &~ These Winnowers have taken First Prizes wherever exhibited. AGENTS— Jamestown, Tborcas Carter ; 3£«dina, Brown & SonB ; Moonta, Warn 'Bros.; Melrose, W. Marshall; Terowie, Thos. Hosking ; Orroroo, Gmeiner Bros. W. ANDERSON, Wholesale and Retail Boot and Shoe Maker, COMMERCIAL-STREET, KOORINCA. A. LARGE STOCK OF ENGLISH AND COLONIAL MADE BOOTS...

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