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

NOTICE. '|f HE undersigned is prepared to de AT L S kinds of BUSINESS under tbe Heal Property Act, Execute Mortgages, Convey ances, Transfers, Ac. Agent for the Eagle Life Insurance Com any and Cornwall Fire Insurance Company. JOHN D. CAVE. Notice. A LL GOATS, PIGS and FOWLS found J\_ Trespassing on Allotments Nos. 2 and 31, TownBbtp of Graham, after this date will be destroyed. JOHN EOACH, 23rd January , 1879. Burra Mill. ' ? j Notice. | T HEREBY GIVE NOTICE that on and _L after thiB oate all CAITLE, HORSES or GOATS found TRESPASS 1KG oa the OPEN LAND lying East of the Burra Cw*k, and rented by me from the Smth Australian Mining Association wid be IMPOUNDED. Parties wishing to nro Cattle, Horses or Goats on the above Land can do so on the usual terms bv applying to ' i F^BBOMLEY^ K ormga. Janua y, 24th 1879. 1 -24 3 £1 Reward. X OST from B«ldina, One DABS BBOWN I j FILLY, branded JI near shoulder. Any one returning the eame to John Turner, Baldina, or to Ambrase Harris, Kooringa, w...

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Destruction of Rabbits. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 7 February 1879

Destruction of Babbits. The 1st Febraary hascomeandgone,a3ii now the Rabbit Act of last, session is an fall force, and its power for the utter extermination of the pest will soon be demonstrated. We doubt not that many persons in various parts of the colony are astonished to hear so con stantly about this subject, but- could they but see what trie have seen of the multitudes of the little animals, and the damage they do, their surprise would cease. The obligations now laid oa all equally to destroy rabbits wherever found in proclaimed districts makes it a very important question how this can be most thoroughly and economically done, and while we believe in the excellence of bi-sulphide of carbon as au agent of destruction yet it can only be applied in burrows, and 13 hardly safe nnlaga. Tory- rairflfiilly- need . during the present hot weather. We some time ago mentioned a plan, proved by Mr. T. Wautt^ J.P., of Princess Royal, to be successful in the case of rabbits living among the...

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

BUSHTESS DIRECTOBY. 10s. per quarter, 2s. discount if paid in ' advance. AUCTIONEERS. LISTON, SHAKES & CO., Koonnga. COLES & GOODCKLLD, Kooringa. BUTCHERS. B. AUSTIN, Aberdeen. C. OHLMEYEB, Kooringa.. C. and E. GEBHABDT, Aberdeen. BAKER. F. GEBHAEDT, Kooringa. BOOTMAKERS. W. ANDERSON, Kooringa. CORN BEALERS. J. ROACH, Burra MilL DRAPERS. GOLDSWOKTHY BROS., Kooringa INSURANCE COMPANIES. AUSTRALIAN MUTUAL PROVI DENT. — A. H. Fordeb. COLONIAL MUTUAL. — F. W. Holder. SOUTH BRITISH FIRE INSUR ANCE.— F. W. Holdee. MACHINISTS. STATTON & HENDERSON, Kooringa. STOREKEEPERS. DREW & CO., Kooringa, GENERAL BUSINESS. PROPERTIES FOR SALE X' -A. 3Efc 3MC 93. APPILA. ' ^Q1 ACEES Known as SULLIVAN'S 00 JL a first-class Farm in good heart, all ploughab'e a iarge portion has been cropped only once. Plenty water. KKQ ACRES, close to the Township, | veJ-J weii improved, plenty of Water. BEL A LIB. 1 fiOA ACBES- 600 Acre* ploughable gf Jl^ '/ w»nnitiiuipr Sngndid Grazing Ir...

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

AUCTIONS. I J3UR&4. MOMdLY MAKKEX. Friday, February 7. ose o'clock: sharp. i18ton, shakes & go _J will sell ad ab -re 11,050 sheep. H,Q5G Oii Account Mr. J. FL Angif — 2,0 si) Prime Store Wetlisra from HfllBwer Oa aocuubi ol Jr. G. A. Gsb&ardi— 2.300 ipleudid (Merino) Breading Bwet to 1 imb ?n May, alto, 800 Fat WVherg Oa cceount Mr. B. Stevens— ? 1,000 Store Sheep, Ewes and Wether* On account of Mr. Joseph Ford — 200 Prim* Fat Wetbera, also, 50 Fat Lambs On scather S&dbut — 1,000 Cross-Bed Ewes, 4 tooth to full mouthed, to Lamb in April 1,000 Full-mouthed Msriuo £wm to JLambia April 1,700 6-tocth to fall-mouthed Wether* Stares ? 1,000 Yeaag 8heep, E«res, and Wethen. To be coid in lots to suit buyers. ICO CATTLE ICO 100 FAT A£-D STORE, 100 For Hon. G. C. Hawker— 40 Splendid Lucerm Fat Bullooks from Bungaree For Mr. T. Warnes— 20 Fat Cattle On another accouut — 69 Store Cattle, including 40 Well-bred Heifers ForCspt. S«nden 12 Head F«t Cattle For Mr. A...

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

GENERAL BUSINESS. M. KINGSBOROUGH, LICENSED LAND BROKER AND ESTATE AGENT, Jets for Selectors in taking np Land under the Lands Consolidatioa Act of 1877. SELECTORS ASSISTED in purchasing their holdings. LAND PURCHASED at Auction Sales. MOKEY TO LEND ot SIX PER CENT. and upwards, aooordiag to amount and Talue of M. KINaSBOEOtTGH, ' Advertiser Buadincs, King WiUiam*sbeet Adelaide. C.OHIiMEYEB, LOWER THAMES-STBEET, KOORINQA WHOLESALE, BETAIL, AND Fatnily Batcher. SMALL GOODS OF ALu KINY - ALWAYS ON HAND. 7e James Russell, CAEPEKTES^^BUILDEE, ujstdertakI&u, HALLETT. Timber, Iron, and Buflding Materials, of ererr description on Sale. 92*104 Stoneman & Coxell, STEAM FLOUR MILL, YABCOWEB. Flour, Bran, and Pollard always on hand. Wheat Bought. Bags Lent. TEAMS WANTED for Carting. 77 EW. O'HALLORAN Baeebtee asd Sotrcnos &c JAMfiSTCWM. - Money to lend. SOUTH AUSTRALIAN INSURANCE COMPANY. AeBKT IDS THB BvBBA — 11,6 A. H. FORDjSR, Bedrath. ATJSTRALIAN TEMPERANCE AND G£N£...

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GLADSTONE, FEBRUARY 4. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 7 February 1879

GLADSrOKE, Fbbrdaut 4. Amoi.gst EnglUbmen the weather is a general topic, if not a faveri'e one, asd s- strong is the force of habit that seldom do two of us meet, but itma remark is made regarding it | but toe beat ot last wet* wa« ao extreme aud sa trying to poor frail humanity in Gladstone, that the state of tlie atmosphere became the ell absorbing theme. For two or three days the heat and dust were almost unbearable. tt:e themometer ranging from 105 s to 120 ° Fah., in the shade, and I have heard that in our trooper's residence it was 123 ° (to warm to be plea-iati')- On Friday evening there was a very slight change but it is still very hot; everybody is anxiously looking for rain, there having been none hen beyond a few drops since tbe third of November last, and some o! the tanks are beginning to get latlier low. A great many croakers sometime ago seemed to take a pleasure in prophesying a failure in oar township when the line from Porr Pirie ahould be carried beyond us to Cal...

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RAILWAY TRAVELLING. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 7 February 1879

RAILWAY TRAVELLING. Can not a subscription list be started to present tbe Manager of our Railways a leather medal? To enumerate the manv reasons that might be adduced for such a course would require all our space, so passing by goods tariff excentricities and many other matters including those referred to by a corres l-f)n«ior\fr n ?fy-r**'T'p4E** sxuoq ixiouirnoltimsiQ — allowance of smoking drinking and card-playing in any carriages, and the impossibility of communication with the guard during transit — we would note the exceeding discomfort of the second class carriages used in our lines. The old third class trucks have been much improved and the stuffy first class com partment exchanged for cooler and move comfortablecane-seated carriages. Even the smoking divisions have been im proved by the adoption of open saloon?; much more comfortable than, tlie cM - style but the ordinary smoking class carriages have goue from bad to worse continually till now what with lwd seats, and back...

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Burra Corporation. MONDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1879. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 7 February 1879

Bnrra Corporation. Womax. FEBBt-Asr 3. J83Ili _ Batchi^or, BartHolmsMU, Gmkr, B*d?wav, rod Biphard^ou, and -Ae 9Bsmt CkA, Hr.To«. '' '' . :Bftnote* of last vitttfmg wens rm& and connriaflfl. HatobTs Bxpo&t. The If myht reooHed that lie had u mcaord aoce with t)te naolothma of the €onm4l an9 Poblis Works OBmBaittee#*en Capt. TPilyy-rf: r« rnad« thmngh 4he^rotK-rtv-ortlie-S. an* A. Cooper Co , and hi^htd offered to pnrohaa* . one old road opd grant \ mum maS-^Airtix one. * He t«d abo seen Sir Henrjijjnm and laid thorn road* and alro Che one wanted i» the ' atanefaterhoBae «nd tofiin *he3-Mtriet ?Ootmai toad.. He wuhed to be prorided.«Jtti. roncfh plan and tbonpbt there iron^ i« jno o^ffitaiify. j&.*~totke*pt-Bg to the Cemetery tiie oae of the eprwg mart sot istarKen *ntk the spring iuelf and they aroaid not vbjeot to 'hejAptf, bat ootrld not giurantee 4- the Coonctl tbe nroptrty of the land aof wikidt tbev were lad. -; He had also attended the JKstrict Chnr. nt...

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Original Poetry. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 7 February 1879

Original Poetry. .'....-? ' ; . ? p-'f. ?' . -. ' :.?* -? r: ..-.-. - - ;i -, - * fi ? \uii;ig /i'Vi 50 ?;!u--. ? r -, ??.- ;.£i:ae:;i. j-oseB ovi-rhead, I \ri-: i;-uv- -^- Ofctiii ail «:i*.*rriJ. - ?? V-Tcre with »;-?* ?,?-*'??, bu: ^-.Lt.-'E'V. : K'ud nature huffi'd hor slave? so «!epp Ana tuaile that eve like fcaradiee. xiie oulj break was when the lip 1'n-cl umed pure love without disguise. And gentle honor in the man Impulsively iU boundary kept, And virtue steadfast in the van Iu undisturbed slumber Blept. But hark ! the manor belt peale forth Its notes, too, like a requiem, 1o her who own'd the gems of earth, To him who wish'd a ehare of them. Suppertime. Mamma at the head of the table. Pater to the left, nice aristocratic old gentleman. He has four daughters. He has niercine eves, and aousiders himself clerer, very clever. He has heard a whiaper about CUra — ours— end he. looks intently at her. Clara's face or feature* placid as a fish-pool, tiot the tint of a bimt to be gle...

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Inquest. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 7 February 1879

Inquest. An inquest was held at Blink Bonnie, near Kooringa, on Tuesday, February 4th, before Mr. J. D. Cave, J.P., on the body of Mrs. McInnes who died there suddenly the previous day. Mr.T. Hutchins was Foreman of the Jury. Ann McInnes neice of the deceased deposed she had been living at her uncles house for about three weeks during which time her aunt had been able to work about as usual though she occassionally complained of a pain in her left side when she sat down. She had had no medical advice during that time. I was at home all day yesterday with her, and she seemed as usual till about 7 p.m. when she went and laid down on the bed saying her side was very bad but she would not take any- thing. About a quarter of an hour after she first laid down I went in to her room and found her breathing and thought her asleep. Half an hour afterwards I went in again and found her dead. She had taken nothing all day but her ordinary food. Her dinner was boiled mutton and tea. I do not kno...

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CORRESPONDENCE. MOUNT BRYAN EAS[?] FEBRUARY 10. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 14 February 1879

CORRESPONDENCE. (Ff'-m our own Corresiion 'fnrs ) MOU--T «BY '- EAS Febbpamt 1m Uli t-( ?X3C-i''aii-.!!if oi- 'j-.'i-ci::.? -??{ 1 h-.- r:i'--i-its T- ti uyrat;^ ia a;- ;u' t-i^tic b s ?? Is t-- i: e .-urs. The cr-'ns tiiat thi-t isid 1101 em tutue- hut. trotn 15 to 17 busluls to the acre, that will prjv« what tiie ribbiti- can do. 1 unders'oo i that the Act wouid be enforced on the 1st February, but I hive not heard anytbng about it as jef, althiugb more than a «eik bas patsed since tbat date. It appears that the Government do not intend to put it in force at all. Some of the farmers hare commenced to plough hut am going very elowiy a* all their dams and water holes dried up loug ago. They a.-u comoienciug to cry out for rain as eome of them have to drive their horses ot-d cattle four or five mi'es to water. We have had some very hot weather tbe last three or four weeks. A good down pour would be very acceptable ftt tbe present tim ? not onlv to fill all the dams and holes but to c...

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Burra District Council. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 8. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 14 February 1879

Burra District Council. SlTUtDAT. FEBRUABT8. Present — Cn-. Sandland (in the Chair), Dew and Stephens. Clerk reported that Mr. Bagg wished cheque returned by M-. Martin, to be held over until uw maiier was sett lea Agreed to. Mr. Francis to be allowed to close road applied for. Ir qirry to be made from Midland Koad Board as to disposal of old road, also th»t they be a«ke1 to continue to allow District Bangers impounding off main reads. Application from poundkeeper Sanders for increase of sustenance rates. Not entertained. Rangers report received and approved. Return of cattle slaughtered laid on tabK The Chairman and Olerk to be empowered to hire *unrcvcr to make pliLS, &c., of roads to be closed and opened. Cr. Sandland reported that road applied for by Sf r. Bagg South of 2,248, 2 239, 2,230, 2.231f might be closed hut the oth :r line South of 2,250, 2,241, 2,232 should remaia open. Day work report read. Amount for the month £24 12*. passed for p«5 ment. Half-yearly balanc...

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Mr. Edison. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 14 February 1879

Mr. Edison. Extraordinary aa tbe etate;aen-s ma? n^peir which have been published in reference to t'ie inventivege nins aud personal habits of Mr Ed is n there is reason f-ays tbe Standard) to believe that they are aabatantially true. The prirate workshop forming; p»rt of the urctuises os.th piei by thi* remarkable man ar Meli P,k is filled with a stiff of workmeu »;-ose lours of employment commonly extend from 7 in the morning untill a Hat m»hr. Tiie place ia not a manufactory, but his w!i»Hy »;-ur -- priated to the working out of Mr. Edison's inventive idea'. These ideia are eo quicklv oonceived that the conceptions of a single hour will set a progra nme cf work goiag euflliie- 1 to occupy ail hauds for weeks or even nson'hj 'oc'me. Ir i« not an nnsiaaia tbm» fjr Mr. Edisou to enter h'a iaboratory on Mjnday mornin; aad remain there until Saturday night. Fjur hours' slumber suffice for a night's rest. No previous tleepiuess mauifesis itself: but suddenly the busy toiler says, ' Let...

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The Kelly Gang [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 14 February 1879

The Kelly Gang 'Troth ia stranger than fiction.' What novelist would dare to imagine such an inci dent as the following, or if he did who would think such a I hinir uosaibla in the lQrh »n. tury, and yet it is from this week's Register: — ' Wsgga Wegga, Februaiy 11. ' This town was startled last night with the intelligence without particnlarg tiiat the Kelly gang had paid Jerilderie a vi«ir. The «:r ? being cut, the details Were receir. :. . .-re ? ?? afternoon orfy. At about 12 o'cl.ck «n Satui - day night tbe gang stuck up he pol.e barracks, captured the policp, and shut them up in the lockup, Devine, the constable in charge, being kept there till Monday night, the other policeman (Richardp) bting taken round the town by Died Kvfly and Hart Devin 's wife and child w.-rc hIiui u.» i another room. All Sand j. ar^l Moij.in gisr was kept, ai.d none we -e lilloiveo t-» a-. , r- a..- i the barracks. Kel'y's itorses wvre rhoa i-j Jerilderie on Monday, ilaviug made the bur racks secure, b...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 14 February 1879

A PAPER FOR THE BURRA AND THE SORTS-EAST. BCRSA, FRIDAT, FEBRUARY 14* 1878.

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Federation of the Australian Colonies. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 14 February 1879

Federation of tJ^ Australian Colonies. That Australia comprises five , large and distinct colonies within itself is a fact that only gradually dawns opon the average British immigrant as he approaches our shores, and frequently a family has embarked in England in : the first ship for ' Australia,' quite I oblivious of the fact that that particular j vessel was bound for one colony while j lie wished to go to another. We heard j the other day ot a man who intended : to come out here to his brother, but j who went on board of a ship for j Brisbane, thinking that it did not , matter, he could easily tramp to Ade laide if he only landed somewhere in Australia. The knowledge possessed in England of Australian geography is very small, and but very few have any conception of the vastness of our terri- ! tory and resources. Nor can we much wonder at the mistakes so often made as to the identity of South Australia, seeing that to any ordinary onlooker from outside, Victoria is the only place...

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THOROUGH COMMUNICATION BETWEEN PORT PIRIE, CRYSTAL BROOK, GLADSTONE, CALTOWIE, AND THE BURRA AND NORTH LINE. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 14 February 1879

THOROUGH COiniuNICATION BETWEEN ?okt Pfeie, Cky/stal Beooe, Gladstone. CaMOvVIE, AKS THE JlPllBA AND JJokth Like. AM. A.M. r-M 1|| PoetPibiePost Office ? 6 3' 5lT 95 „ ., Station — ? 6.40 5.15 N»PPERBT ? 7.S 5 43 87 CkYSTAL BuOOK ... arr. ? 7.40 6.15 „ ... dep. ? 7 506 27 77 Geokge Town Mbisg ? S.18t6.55 70 Gladstone ... ...arr ? 838J7.15 „ ? ... dep. ? 8.507.45 63 Caitowte ? arr. ? 9.35:8.30 ? dep. ? 945k35 51 JAMEsrowx ? arr\ ? 10.12,9.5 „ (by coaci.) dep ? $0 3v — 43 P.M. Hailbtt (br coadi) arr. ? 1.4U 19 ? ' ? dep. 6.45 4 0 18J Bubha ? arr ! 8.0 4.50 ? dep 8 5 5 0 Kivehtojt ? arr 6.50 Gawmh ? 1135 830 , Adelaide ? 12.35 930 P. -ft Adelaide ? 12 30 9 25 1 Illff A.M. A 51. P.M. g I j ? ! ? L_I|. Poet Adelaide ? i ? 7 55 4-35's^| Adelaide ? ! ? ! 7.50 % 30^1*0 3Jawlkb ? - ? j S.50J5 301-g.'5! i P.M. g^** RlVEETOV ? j ? ££ Briwu ? arr.l ? 122O.'9.O M ? *p\ ? ? EIaCLETT ? arr. ? 130 3j6d „ (by coach) dep * ? 2 15] FAMtsrowB ? air.. ? 5 45i 7S Oel „ ? depJ 7.10 6.!0 3ai.tawie ? arr. 7...

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LEIGHTON, FEBRUARY 10. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 14 February 1879

LEIGHTON, Febeuabt 10. Hp eccid rain lias tillen nere, end freshened up things a little. W ater was get' ing sca-ce, and mai-y have ben aux'ously loiki.-g for a down-pour. The dams are abjut half-lull, wi.ieh it is hoped will entry us on till more rain come*.

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STOCK REPORT [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 14 February 1879

STOCK RhPORT. The principal m )vecnenU in Stock sinee late ?cport. have been as follows, vr : — Toe Barrier route being now inip-acticable, mill next season, lor trarcliin^ «,n-i;k. there I'sv^betn n- itcpartutione by that route' einre lesr repor?, nor cipj't-* firo:n thig tlit-triot vis the Brner or the lt-ver rant?. The principal niowemerts nave been 1000 ?tore cattle, mo.-t origioally from Q.ueenclnn'.l, tTdvellin j np to Mr. t£. Cliapman's country on liie ? 'veriand Telegraph Line, Mr. Humbling in charge. 436 fat cattle, Beitam Pastorhl Coirpany, For Adelaide, S5-ugg and Chrk*?. in charge. 132 fat cattle from Ir^minka etdtion, Queensland boundary, for Adehirie, ovutr Mr. Collese ; C. Murray ia charge. 110 fat cattle from lingarjuaMt-us staficn oa ha cJterli « Kit Creek, for Adelaide, owners W. C. Burkitl & Co.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 14 February 1879

/'^ATJTIOJiT TO THE PUBLIC. \j ? PREVENTION OF FIRE. Chief Secretary '6 Office, Adelaide, 1st November, 1878. The attention -f the Public is dm c»ed ro the provisions of the Bush Fires A'', No. IS I ot iS6i. and 15 of 1874: all Potice-consmb e* and Crown La rid f Rangers having rtceired strict ins 'met ions to take proceeding and recover penalties for offeuces urider the said Acts. The following are offences under the Act* : — 1. Burning etuhble between 1st Nnvenit-er and loth A^rii, unless between 4 and 10 in the afternoon, or during hours fixeol by District Councils; or without giving neighbors (or in Hundreds to Crown Land* Rangers) one day's notice ; or without, having at Jeas-t four pr-room present to assist in preventing spread of fire ; or scitiiour ploughing or clearing et least three feet round inside the fence. Penalty— Not less iban Three and not exceeding Tea Pounds. 2. Using i't;niUb?e wedding between 1st Sep tember and 30ih April. Penalty — F-re Pounds. 3. Opposing the...

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