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

TO WOOLGROWERS. LUXMOORE'S WOOL WAREHOUSES Gilbert Place, Adelaide, ESTABLISHED 1857. j LUXMOORE & CO. J)EG to intimate to tb. WOOLGROWKRS OF SOUTH AUIfUUfc & «- ** oexxMs-.- ^iroox, «^' Of Represent Season wUt take ptace early in October, aid UUS by PUBLIC ADCHOK wttl b. hda - «* TO hTak~L. & Co. act a* SELLIKQ BEOKBSS on Comn^sion only, and « K0W-PBODUCEB8 an In a pedtfo. Growers'aeoount cHABflES. On an»unts over £SM. ONE PEE CENT. ftisurance. And ... ? _, -UateIy0lr^SoN0fS0A of SHEEPSKINS. HIDES. TALLOW, a* «U»r mLTIO* BBODUC* -x« M. Weekly throughout {be year. IiUXMQQEE & Co., Woolbroksrs, &c.. GILBERT FLA.CK, ASD1LAIO*. *^^Smr FARMERS ^^^SSSB^r ABElNTITKDTOODrOUi.FILLUPASD fBHPn[ rorward to us at Once, \pHHlssft 3*HE FOLLOWING ?Ji^M^ o xc x» aa a* J^^HHBF for one of ou& |f|P^ SE^DSOWERS. December - 187*. ^?- £ea JB'- DOBUJJU9 GAWLER-PLACE, ADELAIDE: Sirs-Please forward to my address, by_ March, ISTJ, ??« your PATENT SEED-SOW EES o...

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Carter's Cross. A LEGEND OF THE BLACK HILLS. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 31 January 1879

Carters Cross. A LECJEXD OF THE BLACK iULLH. rmwn Vfars ;:-«-, ul tho close, of a lovely Scj-lPiiil«.-r J;1y, a certain Hcctte naut c.f Jijiginwi-s, - if Uio United States army (who lu-od nut. for t.lio nnnvwc of this narrative, lie i urther indeiitified; found himself riding, solitary and fatigued, along the northern edge of the Great American Desert, iu the then territory of Nritraska, returning to Ms station at Fort Larainie, still two dnys' journey distant, from a hunting excur sion to Long's Peak. At the moment when lie attracts our attention lie vras casting about him for a place in which to eneamp, and pass the night Inured to the hardships of life on the plains, even the sterile desert would have contented him as .1 rcsfcinov place for a siugle night j but water was .1 necessity for his horse as 'well as himself, and he now inclined his course towards a range of lofty lulls, the bine outline of which was distinctly visible on the western horizon. An hour of swift riding brou...

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

Auctions. I J.L'Riti MONTHLY MARKET. j Friday, February 7. ONE O'CLOCK SDARP. T ISTON, SHAKES & GO. J_J will sell as ebire 11,050 SHEEP 11,050 Oj Aroflunt Air. J. II. Angis — 2,0 )0 Primp Store Wetliers from HillBiver Oa amount of Mr. G. A. G-ebbordt ? 2 300 Splendid (Motitio) Breeding Ewes to i *mb in May, bUo, 800 FakWetheis On iccunt Mr. R. SterenE — 1,000 Store Sheep, Ewes and Wethers On areaunt of M*. 3o*eaU Fosd ? '200 Prime Fat Wethers, also, 50 Fat Lambs O l anr»li»r account— 1 000 C -oss-Bed Fwe«, 4 foofh to full mouthed, to Lamb in April 1.000 Full-mouthed Merino Ew«a to Tranib in April 1,700 6-tooth to full-moathed Wethers Stnfes 1,000 Young Sheep, Ewe-, and Wethers. To ha sold in lots to suit buyer?. 163 cattle |63 For Hon. G. C. Hawker— ; ?40 Solendid Lucera Fat Bullocks from Bunearee For Mr. T. Wurues— 20 Fat Cattle ' On anoMier account — .59 Store Cattle, indu ling 40 Well-bred Deifew - ' ForCtpr. 'Suffers 12 Hea.1 Fat Cattle Forw.fr. .A. Bontell— 3 Teams Bul....

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COMMERCIAL. MELBOURNE STATION PRODUCE REPORT. J. H. CLOUGH & Co.'s REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 7 February 1879

COMMERCIAL. MELBOURNE STATION PRODUCE BEPORT. J. H. Clough & Co.'s Bspobt. Wool. — Tbe season is nearly olu»e-i,and the eales now comprise cfcienV odd lots and remnants of clips previocoiy ?.old, there being very &w fresh clips to offer. Scoured and gieasy wools are still selling at very satis factory prices, while washed fl*ece is aelli:-e lower. We ahall offer a catalogue on Monday neA which will comprise a few late dips siiil ucsold. Shsefsxxks.— We hare had a fair supply forward and prices seem now to have settled down at . the fall recently established, and quota-iim are — for given pelts, 8d to Ifl 7d ; (all wool, 3s to 44 ; lamb tkin«, 8d to Is 5d ; drv skins, 2s 6d to 5b each, and station skins. 4(4 to 6id per lb. Hides. — We have had a good supply for ward, and have cleared off at the following oricee at which the market continues firm : — viz , for ereen ox, Hi to 35a each ; cow, 2£i to 2| i j Victorian salted, 2}i to 2f i, and A«w Zealand, SJd to 4jd, and ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 7 February 1879

p«AUTI0^ TO THE PUBLIC PEEVEKriOJS OF FifiE. CLiefi Secretary's Offiae, A Vaide, I 1st November, lt-73. Tbe attentioi of the Public ie drr»-et»* to the provisionfi df the Bush Fires A-?t, No 18 of 186% and 15 of 1874; all Police-cmetibe* and Crown L,uida Haogere Bavinp received strict inatructuns to take precAriiiie» and recover penaltitB for ofleuces uuaer ihe b^id Acts. . Thefollowin|areoffencesund(=rthe Act*:— 1. Burning itubble between 1st ^ore^?he^? and 15th ApriUunless between 4 and 10 in Hip afternoon, or dbuig hours fixed by Dnrrii' Councils ; or vathout living neighbors (or in Hundreds to Cnwn Lands Eangere) one dav'u notice ; or withtut having at least four persons present to aseietin praventin«; Epread of fire; or without ploughing or clearing at least three feet round inside the ranee. Penalty ? Not less than Three and not exceeding Tea Pounds. 2. Using igniable wadding between 1st Sep. tet»bersii(';30 hAp.-i!. Peualij— Fire Pounds. 3. Opposing the examination of any gun...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 7 February 1879

A. PAPER FOR THE BURRA A1TD TSE KORTB-EA.ST. SURRA, F&IDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1879.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 7 February 1879

FURNITURE & CARPET WAREROOMS, 103 RTJNDLE-STREET 105 ^9^aj^S9K9|^H^^H^SS^fl|p5S!a^j^B^¥*^^l*pH^HF^twr jiyp ^SsK-vS^Afis3j^SB^SBRV^^^^^^^^^alsS^S^SB^^E^*S^^C3BW^^^ CMmney-Glasses, Floorcloths linoleum, Bedsteads, THE PHOTOGRAPHIC ATELIER, 95, BUNDLE-STREET. CHARLES NIESCHE, ARTIST, PHOTOGRAPHS FINISHED to LIFF SIZE is OIL, WATtCBCOLOB, MEZZOTINT, or other Process from Carit- de VUiie, £3 and upwards. FRAMING DONE AS USUAL. VALESTTI3XTE S TUST orened a Splendid Assortment of VALENTINES, Comical, Sensational pj and Sentimental. Valeotine Envelopes, Silk Book-marks, BIRTHDAY CARDS, &c, &c. Suitable for the present Season. A LARGE STOCK TO SELECT FROM. JT. H. BA°TCHELOR, HAMPSHIRE HOUSE, COMMERCIAL STREET, KOORINGA.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 7 February 1879

BURRA TIMBER YARD AND STEAM SAW MILLS. ? o ? DEALS- DEALS Tt & 0t. Elioo»nie. , _ CEDAR, GUM, JARRAH. STRINGYBAEK. KAURI, CLEAR, AND HUON PINKS. DRAT 8HAFTS. Galvanized Iron. Galvanized Iron. Galvanized Iron. Ridging, Guttering, Piping, Cement, Plaster of Paris, Paints, Oils, Glass, Hearth Stones, and every description of .Building Material. &* & W. SARA & DUNSTAN, Builders and Timber Merchants, PBOPBIETOES OF SHE BTJERA BEICK YARDS. ?&* AGENTS FOR THE IMPERIAL INSURANCE COMPANY. COMMERCIAL STREET, KOORINGl! . W. L H. BRUSE, Cabinetmaker, Builder and Undertaker. ? ? o N.B. — Funerals furnished on the shortest notice, and on the most reasonable terms. MRS. BANKS, jLjS^k LATE UNICORN BREWERY, KOORINGA. PALE XX AND XXX MILD, STRONG, AND SPARKLING ALES Guaranteed Pore and Wholesome. BEEWER of the Celebrated XX and Try STOUT PORTER. 66 JOSEPH DUNSTAN, GROCER, DRAPER, AND CENERAL STORE DEALER, NEAR WESLEYAN CHAPEL, :k o o it in g .a.. ? -o ? . KB.— ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 7 February 1879

Hollowatf* PiUt.— Toe cbiefest Wonder of modern times.— This incomparable medicine increases the appetite, strengthens the stomach rl^tre* the livrr, corrects biiousnesr, prevents flatulencv, purifies the system, invigorates die nerves, and re-inetates cound health. The enormous demand for these Pills throughout tl-e globe astonishes everybody, and a single trial convinces the most eoeptaoil that no medicine e-j-fil» Holloway'a Pilla in its ability to remove ail complaints incidental to the human race. They are 'a blessing to the mtH,nttxll m boon to all tUat labour onder in ternal or external disrate. Tbe pu-ifieatian of tbe blood, removal of all restraint from tbe seer Jtrre organ*, mad gentle aperitive action are die prolifio aoaraea .of the jtCensive corattv? range rf Hollo way's Pilla. .

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The Petunia. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 7 February 1879

The Petunia. The Petunia derives its name from ' Petun,' the Brazilian name for tobacco, a plant to fthicb it is closely ull«d, and belongs to the natural order Solanaeea *or Nightshade;. As a florists fiawer there are few deserving af more extended cultivation than the Petunia, and with the exception of a few amateurs, few people pay any particular attention to them. They are very easily raised, either from seeds or cuttings, and either way they make large plants rapidly, and are so prolificflower ing, that they may be had laden with bloom in sn astonishing eaort space of time. Tbe double lowered varieties, as well as the single may be sbtained from seed, provided tbey have been impregnated fot that purpo-e ; but you can not always depend on aeedling plants produc ing double flowers, so that it would be advis able to keep, a etock raised from cuttings, in order to Lave double flowers to get pollen from for crofeeing with the singles. Most of the popnlar varieties not grown in tlie ...

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CORRESPONDENCE. LEIGHTON, JANUARY 30. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 7 February 1879

CORRESPONDENCE. (From our own Correapendents ) LEIGHTON, Jaxcabt 30. me weather baa been very warm ?-? I suppose you have aUo fait it in Barra. Firre haye been prevalent, and wtnoke crises a' all points of tl-e compass. Tes'eniov tbe -29 h there was a very uarrow escape of a stack o' hay being burnt. A little boy got hold of some matches (which belonged to the man who stops in the barn), and tried to light several things, the grass under t- wall caught fire and by this means revealed the danger and wbtn be was found he was in the haystack yard and there were places where he had tried to light the straw lying on the ground and any number of matches dropped about. la one place he had held a tna'ch up and burnt a bead of wheat hanging from the stack itaelt, how the stack escaped 1 cannot tell. It. seems to me a very providential circumstance altogether. This occurred in the moraine and after oinner a fire broke out on &ir. Wiiinots property ard looking round we saw smok' rif-:n...

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To the Editor of the Record. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 7 February 1879

To the Editor of iks Record. Bra— I was summoned as a witness in the Caae of Corporation Inspector (J. B. Gray) r Lyne*, and gars my evidence in due oourse expecting reasonable compensation for loss of time, and now I am informed by Inspector Gray tbat 2s. 6d. is all I am to receive I think tbis rather popr compensation for ? man having to leave bis business, hence my reason of bringing tbe matter before the pub io with a view of some alteration being effected. I am. Sir, &c , llIOICAfL WILLIAM. Aberdeen, Febcuary 6. . .

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Open Column. To the Editor of the Record [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 7 February 1879

Open Column. Die Editors do not hold themselves respon sible for tbe opinions expressed in this column To tin Editor of the Record |Sik — Tbere are several things in' '.Ratepayer V fetter published by you last week that I don't agree with. He aaya for instance that what * ss complained of was not tbe Inspector's business because it liappened to be just across the boundary of the Corporation, but Sir, let me ask you whether if a certain cordial factory were just outside the boundary instead of inside, and if a stream of dark and offensive fluid ran from the back of it into tbe Corpora tion, as it now- does into the creek to tbe dis comfort and disadvantage of the ratepayers ; it would not be the duty of the Inspector to remonstrate against tbe allowance? I think that while being across the line might prevent the Inspector from taking proceedings himself it -ahould not prevent him from asking the pro* per persons to do so. I am, &c, ANOTffEK RATEPAYER.

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TOPICS. REVISION OF CORPORATION BY-LAWS. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 7 February 1879

TOPICS. REVISION OF CORPORATION BY-LAWS. Among the remnants from the last Corporation stands die revision of the By-Laws. Several tames were special meetings called to undertake the work but from various causes nothing was done and so it becomes the duty of their successors to do what has hitherto been left undone. Beside regulations as to storage of hay within corporate boundaries and several other equally important measures it was generally admitted that some rule should be laid down as to hawking within the town. It seems to us very unjust that while storekeepers and others pay heavy rates on account of their places of business any person may come from outside and, without paying anv fee, enter into competion with them and as a result of being free from heavy rates under sell burgesses. We would not advocate the principal so long in vogue on the Continent of Europe, that no person could open any place of business or enter into any trade without first being licensed and paying hea...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 7 February 1879

DEATH. SMITH— On 1st February, at the Burra Hospital, James, eldest son of Francis Smith, Overseer, Panramitty Station, N. E. Aged 2 years and 6 months.  

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 7 February 1879

MEDICAL. r-LIGHT AND EYE DISEASE 03 MORRIS'S IMPERIAL EYE OIHTStBHI PBK-XMXHExrr for the Cnre of Australasian Slight and all Inflammatory Diseases of the Syes— Chronic Diseased Eyelids— Restoring Sjelashes— Bleared Eyes— Sjes tendered Weak from nieht work, and the only known Remedy for Ulcers on tbe Eyeballs, &c It nay be applied to Infants, and the size of a Train of rice to Adnlto thrice ? day cures the worst cases. The Sale of this Ointment dazing the Eye Epidemic of the last year has been unparalleled— a TBW £XTBACTB. From Mr. Colin Gardner, of Oxley. Your Ointment is doing great service here, many have derived substantial benefit by using it. I may mention particularly the names of Messrs. Peter Reid, George ESrkop, John Jack, fanner, Daniel Waleb, farmer, all of Oxley, who have had aore 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 so...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 7 February 1879

PRIZE WINNOWERS! PRIZE WINNOWERS 1 1 TO S&VJE LABOR IS TO SAVE MONEY. MACHINIST, KAPOTDA. Begs to inform the lumen of the Colony that last eeuon be had to DECLINE NO IiESS THAN 57 OKDER8 for his CELEBRATED PRIZE WINNOWING MACHINES, In consequence of such orders being kept back so long. As there is every prospect of s good harrest next season, J. W- wonld nige on those requiting his Machines (the advantages of which are too well known to need dilating on) the expediency of SENDING IN their ORDERS WITHOTJI DELAY. These Mackines CARRY MORE SIEVES than any other Winnowing Machines, having TWO DRAKE SIEVES. 43- These Winnowers have taken first Prizes wherever exhibited. AGENiS— Jamestown, Thomas Carter; KadwB, Brown & Sons; Moonta, Warn ;Bros.; Melrose,W. Marshall; Terowie, Tboa. Hosfcing; Orroroo, Gmeiner Bros. W. ANDERSON, Wholesale and Retail Boot and Shoe Maker, COMMERCIAL-STREET, KOORINCA. l LAkGE STOCK OF ENGLISH AMD COLONIAL MADE BOOTS AJsD SHO ALWAYS OS HAJfI-, X:...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 7 February 1879

Doctoe Joassos being o« w m- c* ?'?? r *t a riinrh.r, b» »*♦?»»? g ' p s»1mi ».?«. -» p to liiti. {sue i- !.'? -? . 1 ? ; e-e-- cHnr- '?*'(????;? .- . - ; ? ; j -'«'.: rre ar'1 tit-i'-.- t- ?- » ? -? -t ? . - | '!*?-. why t'o }?- ! .--,. ' I .-J. ? :? -.- I i...vv I

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Carter's Cross. A LEGEND OF THE BLACK HILLS. (Concluded from our last.) [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 7 February 1879

Garters Cross. A LEGEND OF THE BLACK HILLS, (Concluded from our last.) Much w the lieutenant's surprise, lioweverj the hunter had no recllection of the combat, nor of where he was ; and it soon became aimarent that in this, the supreme hour of his death, his reason had been restored to him, leaving the events of his latter life a blank in his memory, Nevertheless, the lieutenant's replies to his eager questions und the wistful examintion his dim eyes made of his surroundings, gradu ally recalled what he would fain have ^jfergotten entirely; and when his wandering gaze at last rested on the rude cross, with its gliastly burdeu, the fearful causes, which had led to his soli tary sojourn in that desolate spot ?.iv 1 'o !':.-?« back upon his mind :\i;\\ fiwiiil ibice. '? I'jji Oroi;ig fast, stranger,' he \i-itU|i.-rttl {iri-s^ing the lieutenant'shand ..;; i:..- i;it beside liiin. ' I don't remem \iCi- ;iu\ tiling much that has happened jateiy. except one tlijj;xr, I recollect ?.:u«!iy l...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 7 February 1879

TO WQOLGROWERS. I LUXMOORE'S WOOL WAREHOUSES, I Gilbert Place, Adelaide. I ESTABLISHED 186T. I luxmoore~& co. I OE0 to intimate to tbe WOOLttBOWKHS OF SOUTH AUSrBAnA ? & ***** xrfcusv WOOX. SAXai I °bnltL. 4 Co actMSELLTSG BEOKEE9 «, ConmArioa only, and « KOK-PBO^CEES « fa a pcatio. I odevotetheirimpartMeifortstofur^tteirt^oftUelrei^^^- Wod oBerea and n. 1 Jrowextf account. CHAHQEg. . ' I Ouaastuntsoverjeaw.OXE P£& CEST. ? WoSwiMtTw^^o^taSii r^udieTat VhM. We wBJ U farwa^in. I 'UtailrO20^t/SO^S of SHEEPSKINB, HIDES, TALLOW, «- «h«r WA.T109I MODUCT M l-»* I LITXMOORE & Co., WooIWkere, &c.. I OILB8BC PLACJi, ADELAIDK. ? ? 1 ? _^^ ? J ROBIN & HACK. I Timber Merchants, Builders, % Contractors, I Sabnia Timber Yard, Port Adelaide. I Timber of all Hinds, Cement, Plaster of Parifv &e. I Galvanized Iron, Ctuttering, &c I Bailders' Ironmongery. . ? WOOD SOUSES FRAMED ON PREMISES. ? ?IIIIIIIMI ™ x p ™ u R R I ^^HH^^HP^ ARE INTITF...

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