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

NOTICE.— We beg to intimate to Advertisers that Orders to Countermand Advertisements must be received hi/ \V£DXES DAY NOON of the week in which they are to take effect, and ive cannot guar antee the insertion of any New Advertisements unless they reach gut Ojjlce not later thin Huff-past Five on THvPJSDA Y After noons.

Publication Title: Burra Record
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 14 February 1879

DEATHS. SMITH— On 24th January, at Panramity, North-East, Annie and Johnnie, aged respec-   tively 6 and 11 years, children of Francis Smith, overseer, of diptheria. SMITH— On 1st February, at the Burra Hospital, James, eldest soil of Francis Smith, Overseer, Panramitty Station, North-East.         Aged 12 years and 6 months.

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Magistrates' Court Redruth. Wednesday, February 12. [Before Mr. J. D. Cave, J. P., and Mr. H. Dawson, J. P.] [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 14 February 1879

Magistrates' Court Redruth. Wednesday, Febbuaby12. [Before Mr. J. D. Cave, J.P., and Mr. H Ddwson, J.P.1 iniorm»tioas by Uorporation K,an-;er txray. — Fordt for aliowiag cow to stray in Hedrutb, was find 5s. Elias Roberts, for furious ririine in Gom merial-street, Koorinja, was fiued 10J. ?»«?' ?Jos's 10*. Bridget Shea, for mgiihing Ann CiHfin near E-drut!i, wss fin.i Is. srH ?,-st-. Charles Schnltz f.» c :- , : ? ? ; : ; C;li:ill--rd !.» ? -V k ? -.1 . - ! Bedruth, *a« fin-.i It «;.ti co»f7- 10*.

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

Booboorowie District Council. SATtrtDAT. FtBRUABT 8. Pretet-t — Crs. Armstrong (Chairman), Fairchild, Lnngsfjrd and Taj lor. Auiitors'to bo paid. Fourteen tenr'erawererecFiv^ re road bet ween j mission] ana ^.orrisons, r . tvctiier e accepted £7 7s. per chain, time ten wet k*. OrerfcL-er allowetl to let work to the anootit of £5. Ford at Saint.'* Creeit to be repaired, and tendered for. K-cdyrf, £31 I*, in. Tx enditure, £23 9 81. TUFBR ?» ?i-v.-'.i!iini pirriitn-t:i-j.--j w!::c;» m-i» i.ir:ru(-' aniic 'sfdl ant w-.rtry can-er, b ,r :n gucii a -»*iV if i9 t nlj ntct-sari- io btgn i v^r «;??;-.. unduKMur-tsed aud with ir creased Cciim i-iitto i t-j'jucceei.

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Water Supply. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 14 February 1879

Water Supply. W^E hope our country readers will bear with us in oar repeated reference to the question of a Water Supply in Burra, but the fact is that if thev were in our tovm fcr a time they would see the necessity for something being done to obtain what we so much require. The Corporation lias repeatedly addressed the Government on the subject, and yet -we make no progress so far as can be seen for some montLs ag-* a party of men came up from the Waterworks Department, and it was understood that their mission 'was to test the capa bility of the of+eii-naentiaued well to supply the town, and it was then stated that there was an abundant flow, but that the level was so low that a pump would be required to raise the water. Now after a long interval another party has arrived, and again the object is to test the well, and we suppose that con tent with 'so great an effort theGovern ment will suspend all further operations for yet another period. In the mean time what is the state of af...

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

PRIZE WINNOWERS] PRIZE WINNOWERS 1! TO SAVE LABOR IS TO SAVE MONEY. MACHINIST, KAPOTDA. Begs to inform the Fanners of die Colony that laet Beaton he bud to DECLINE NO LESS THAN 57 OKDEK8 for his CELEBRATED PRIZE WINNOWING MACHINES, In consequence of such orders bemg kept back eo long. As there is every prospect of a good barrest next season, J. W. would urge on those requiring his Machines {the advantage* of which are too veil known to need dilating on) the expediency of SENDING IN their OBDEBS WITHOUT DELAY. These Mechines CABBY MORE SIEVES than any other Winnowing Machines, having TWO DRAKE SIEVES. ^- These Winnowers have taken First Prizes wherever exhibited. AGENiS — Jamestown, Tbomae Carter; j^ddins, Brawn & Suns; Moonta, Warn .Bros.; Kelrose, W. Marshall; Terostie, Thos. Hoiking; Orroroo, Gmeiner Bros. W. ANDERSOI, WTiolesale and Betail Boot and Shoe Maker, COMMERCIAL-STREET, KOORINCA. L LABGE STOCK OF ENGLISH AND COLONIAL MADE BOOTS AND SHO ALWAYS OK HAND ? ♦ ? TfiADE...

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Macleod of Dare. CHAPTER I. THE SIX BOYS OF DARE. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 14 February 1879

Macleod of Dare. CHAPTER I. THE SIX BOYS OF DAKE. f From Harnere SLimiziiie.\ Tlie smi h:iil sunk behind tlie lonely ?western sens : TJIva and Lunga and tlie Dutchman's Cap bad grown dark on the darkeiriiur waters : and the smooth Atlantic swell was hojrsiin-T a'-O-!^ tV.- j sombi'ft env-? : lint, up her-- i;i Castle j Dare, on the liii^t anil rocky coast of '\lill. the -rr«:it hall w:is lie with such a '?? \ .-?? of caiiilk-s as Castle Dare had but rarely sean. And yet there did not n-s?ni t- be any grand festivities going forward ; for there were only three jtcople seated -ft one end of the long and narrow table : and the banquet that the fitiih£til ITn-nisL haul jjrovi'ie.-.i for theva ?svas of tii' must [rii-cal kiul. At the head of the table sat an ??-!?? 'ady with silvery-white hair and pi-.-u-i and fine features. It would hav« beea a keen and haughty face but for the unutter able sadness of the eyes — blue-gray eyes under black eyelashes that must have been beautiful enough i...

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New Earth Scoop. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 14 February 1879

New Earth Scoop. We had an opportunity to §ee, on Tuesday last an earth ecoop which Mr. Hal'iday had bad made to his design by Messrs. Stetton & Heddenon, of Eooringa. la a country so destitute of eurface water as oore for the most part, is there sre few things more desirable than that some means should be devised whereby dams for the conservation of flood waters could be rapidly and inexpensively con structed. Some time eii ce we published an account of the working of the steam excavato now in use in the North, and then spoke of the expense that generally accompanied dam sinking under old niethodf, and though pick and shovel work has long to a large extent at least, giving way to 6dn;-s of d-fferent kind?, jet- movicg ti e fart1', even, after iu actual breaking was rfL-cied, lias retnained a difficiilr pr' cees, for it is not every one that has work enough to rcbke it worth whfle to employ steam power and expei eive machinery. The fcop« in grreral use ere very serviceable i...

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Intercolonial Items. VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 14 February 1879

Intercolonial Items. VICTORIA. xue uoara appointed to investigate the ?in-urastanoes connected with the escape of iVeiberg met to-day. Mahony admitted that Weibergcfferedasa bribe to share the nlant with him, but be bad not reported the circum stance. Superintendent Winch considered tha* Mahony's conduct was very buf picious, and blarr.ed Mr. Seeretao, t ,e officer u charge of Wtiberg, for tr a1 ing him other tl.an as a felon. It is believed that Ws-ib.r^ was tbe principal in the robbery on board the Aroca, and that EllUton had no'hing to do with it.' Tr.e proceed lugs were u- j ui'-ned. A large di pu^.tion on behalf of selectors in various parts of the coautiy waited on Mr Longtnore to-day to ssked for a remission cf rent owing to the bad harvest. Mr. tiongmoie declared tti&t he c^uld nor, remit rent, but pro mised that tio;ma»i% aelection wo-jid be forfeited, without good cause. Teleg-ams have been received from Camper dawn of greaf damages caused by tbe r«vnt fire. Mr. Mc...

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COMMERCIAL. MELBOURNE STATION PRODUCE REPORT. J. H. CLOUGH & Co.'s REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 14 February 1879

COMMERCIAL. MELBOURNE STATION PRODUCE iiEPOUT. J. BT. Ci.oit.3h: &. Oa's Bct.irt VVoou — Wv hfld our usual eat? on Monday last, which was very well etti Tided, and the cnmpetit:on wse brisk fur the various lot? i ffnd whicfe realined ful nr;cee. The cata i guc coirpiieea OiU oa:es — litc-ncy telliOg at 7-i to KJd, the latter price beii.g yali i'or 125 b les from 'Oberne' &a-i-jr, Tart-utia. Srour.-d Wo«l eo'.d st 1 1 id to 18Ji, and fl.ee-, Il.it.17H per lh. ? H£EPSKiss.— Duiiug the week we lavs hsi a good supply forwerti, and have cleared ft' at il.e fi!!o «in2 i,ir-M, v'z : — fcr grc^n p&!-, Is to Ik 9tl;*f-iU wo- ll«S, 3^ to 4-; la :ib skins, 8 I to I* 6 ? i c!r* fk-n-, 2i 6 j to 5e.;ch; aiiU ctatiot- :kia- in bjie^, 4iJ to fijlperi: Hides. — The mailcet is firm at the prices which have been ruliu-j for 6jme weeks pjrt, During tr.e week we have sold a large cupplr, a — fi-r grreu ox, Hi to 35' each; cow, 2id to 2|!; Victonnn eeite i, 2J i to 3J f ; JiJw Zv...

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

FURNITURE & CARPET WAREROOMS, 103 RUNDLE-STREET 105 ft) ISji ITU Hi* ^^^m^ jJmstL iE'« fSM fbfc\ BRUSSELS. Chimney-Glasses, Floorcloths linoleum, Bedsteads, THE PHOTOGRAPHIC ATELIER, 95, RUN DLE-STEEET. CHARLES NIESCHE, ARTIST, PHOTOGRAPHS FINISHED to LIFK E1ZB in OIL, WAT* RCOLOR, MEZZOTINT, or other Process from Carte de Visite, £3 and upwards. FRAMING DONE AS USUAL. TAIi E 3XT T I 3XT IE S_ TUST orenpd a Splendid AsBortment of VALENTINES, Comical, Sensational el and Sentimental. Valentine Envelopes, Silk Book-marks, BIRTHDAY CARDS, &c, &c. Suitable for tiie present Season. A LARGE STOCK TO SELECT FROM. W. H. BA°TCHELOR, HAMPSHIRE HOUSE, COMMERCIAL STREET, KOORINGa! ? MISCELLANEOUS. ? Bnrra District Council. mENDEES are invited for supplying 150 . J_ Yards fiougn Stones and 150 Yards 2 j ineh metal on the road betwean Kooringa and Sir. Daw's. Information to be obtained from the undersigned to whom Tenders mtut be addressd before March 1st. JOHN D. CAVE, 2-1...

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

? /-ircTiQirs. Wednesday. February 19. JIT IVII.n »TTA S|- ru)V FIVH MII.FS XORIU OF KOOH1NGA, BY OROFU OF MU. w \jm YTATS WHO Has sold nr- land. F.XTF.XS-VE CT.F. \EIXO S T-E OF SHFKP HORSES, CATH K AXD FAHMING IMPLBMENiS AXL- UOl'SEBOLD E ITBNI rt.'RK. LISTON, SHAKES & CO. have breii farond *itlj inanucutiiw f--o:n Mr. Wm. Watts lu sell hy buciion a« atxre at one o'elcck — SHEEP, 2,000 H-'ggpte, roire.1 *«-?» J'*'1 w«, 2 4 ar.rf 6 tooth lamb in May 700 Ho. 4 years old, do. do. 500 D.-. IXncoln, lamVi in M»v, tr M-\ G^ A GfbhsrHt'' Linoo'r, Haas 501 Wrthtr*. Merino, 2 4 and 6 tcotb 150 Rains, Meiinas 30 Ynunw do.. L:ncrlnf, bred fttna Mr G-. A. G*bhardt 8f' ck. 8 Bbihb, Lincolns, bred by Mr. W. B PounsevlL HOUSES, CATTLE &c 8 DBAUUHE M.ARKS asd GELD IX OS 4 He*d L'gl-t Horses 5 Head Ctrtle Pie* Mud Poultry VEniCLKS, IMPLEV'EKTS, 4c. 'Kngliah Wageon, Box Drsv (new) Waggonette.* Soring Cart, Dtav 2 Reapers, 2 Winnowers, Mower Hor*erake, 2 S»ts ' ' arrows 2 Double and ...

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

BTTSIHESS DIRECTORY. 10s. per quarter, 2s. discount if paid in advance. AUCTIONEERS. LISTON, SHAKES & CO., Kooringa. COLES & GOODCHILD, Kooringa, BUTCHERS. It. AUSTIN, Aberdeen. — OrOHLMEYER, Kooringa. O. and E. GEBHARDT, Aberdeen. BAKER. ' F. GEBHARDT, Kooriaga. 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. I MACHINISTS. , STATTON & HENDERSON, Kooringa. IMPORTERS. DREW -fc CO., Kooringa. GENERAL BUSINESS. PROPERTIES FOR SALE. X' -A. 3Et M S. APPILJ. /»Q1 ACRES Known as SULLIVA1FS \)qJ_ a first-class Farm in good heart, all plaugimbe a iarge portion has been cropped only onra Plenty water. PL PI 7) ACRES, close to the Towpsljip, 1 *'*-)—! weH improved, plenty of Wafer. BELALIE. . -| AC) A ACRES, 330 Acres plough\ble xU/OU remainder Spend id Grazing jjpd....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 21 February 1879

Holloaays Ointment and PUU — Though it is impossilne, in this climate of changing tem perature, t-- nrprent; ill-health a'trartber, yer its form ai,d frequency may be much mifgnted hy the early adoption of 'remedial measure*. When hoarseness, cough, thick breathing, and the attending slight fever indicate irritation of the throat or chest, Holloway'e Ointment should hi rabrxvi uron these parrs without delay, and Lis Pills taken in appropriate doses, to promote is criretive action. No catarrhs or Bore throats can resist these remedies. Printed: directions envelope every package ofHouVway's medicaments, which are suited to all agps and | conditions, and to every ordinary disease to j which humanity is liable.

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Inquests [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 21 February 1879

Inquests An inquest was held at the Miners' Arms Hotel, on Saturday, 15tb inst., before Mr. Ijipeett. J.P., on the body of James Cammins who was found dead on the Dronertv of Mr. H. J. Kiggs in tne Hundred ot Alongoiata, on the prerioue day. Mr. John Sampson was chosen foreman. John Parker, sworn, deposed — That on 14th when going round the paddock at Mr. Bigg's station driving sheep to water, saw some clothes lying on the bank, and on examining found further down the creek a white sheet covering over the body of a maD, at once gave informa tion to the police. . Joseph Ford, doposed— I identify the body as that of James Cummins cne of my servants ?who had been in mv employ about seventeen weeks. Saw him alive last a week ago, when ne was a* my house, and see ned in good health though he had previously been on the spree, and had been complaining ol his health. Ha toot over GOO sluep away to Mcngolata on that dsy. ITe arrived the*e but we never beard of him again till he was found dta...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 21 February 1879

Crowded Out. — Owing to press of other matter our .leader is crowded out this week. Burra Hospital. — Number of patients aanuttea during tne weeK, 1U ; discharged, 3 ; now in Hospital, 26. Burra Corporation: — The Corpora tion met as usual on. Monday evening and transacting various business as reported elsewhere. Further Improvements. — Since our last issue another building has been begun, Mr. W. L. H. Brnse having determined to pull down and rebuild the front portion of his premises in Com meicial-stieet. Midland Road Board. — The monthly meeting of the Midland Road Board was held on Tuesday last. A large number of contracts for mainten ance metal were let, but the Surveyor did not report upon the question of raising Market-Square as he had been to do at the last meeting. Gold Reefs. — We commend our readers to an important letter elsewhere upon the gold bearing reefs of the North-East. We wish with the writer that South Australian capitalists would speculate near home and we are s...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 21 February 1879

SELFISHISTESS IS A MOST DESPICABLE PPOPEW SnY. 'Sow what shall we sly cf the man wbo obtains etery conceivable sort of machine to assist him in his work, but ? leaves his partner to toil laborio-iely over the . washing witkeut the invaluable Bid ' of a MACHINE and WRINGER, and do all the IRONING afterwards without a MAFGLE? We Refrain fiom saying what we think, but leave it to ite own conscience and the gentle persuasive power of his LongBufler ing wife. But this much we will venture on ohservine, that a PERFECT CUBE st £4 or a COMMON SENSE at £4 10?., or a EUREKA at £5, either of these, especially with a WRIKG-1£R attached, varying from 35s. to 55., ie eminently calculated to PRO MOTE DOMESTIC HAPPINESS 5 and with a MANGLE from 20?. to £8 10s, and a WASHING TROUGH at 20s , and s POET ABLE COPPERof course, from 55s. to £5., — when all these are obtained the CUP (or tub) of happiness is apt to ovciflW, cold mutton vanishetb, concord prevailetb, hope buddeth afresh, tbe cat purretb up...

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Masonic. PRESENTATION TO BRO. T. BATH. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 21 February 1879

Masonic. PRESENTATION TO BRO.T. BATH. Seport of meeting of Freemasons of Kooringa to beg farewell to Thomas Bath, E?q., on his leaving South Australia on a visit to England. The Lodae met for ordinary business, and at Ue close sat down to a slight repast. After partaking of the good thing?, F. B. Whits, E#q , who was in the chair rose to propose tiie toast ot the evenins, ' Bro. Ihomas Bath.' On proposing the toast he remarked that Mr. Thomas Bath might be considered the father t-f the Kocringa Lodge, and duiing the long period of his connection none tiad furthered its interests more both by hie advice and more tangibly by the assistance ol his pocket, lie left behind him nothing but the sincere regrets of one and all of his brother masons. He had a most -? leasing duty to perf irm in connections with this toast, and would Cill upon Bro. Cater to read. an address the Lodge intended given. . i On p regent ing the address to 'Sir. Bath the Chairman said it was the una-ninous and spont...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 21 February 1879

PRIZE WINNOWERS! PRIZE WINNOWERS I! TO SAVE LABOR IS TO SAVE MONEY. JAMES WHEATLEY, SIACHINIST, KAFUNDA. Begs to inform the Farmers of, the Colonr that last season lie had to DECLINE NO LESS Y THAN 57 OKDEBS for hi* _ s CELEBBArEDTPRIEE WINNOWING MACHINES, In consequence of sucn orders being kept back eo long. . As there is every prospect of a good harvest next season, J. W. would urge on those requiring his Machines (the advantages of which are too well known to need dilating on) the expediency of SEKDING IN their ORDERS WITHOUT DELAY. These Machines CAREY MORE SIEVES than any other Winnowing Machines, having TWO DRAKE SIEVES. m~ These Winnowers hare taken First Prizes wherever exhibited. AGENIS— Jamestown, Thomas Carter ; Kadine, Brjwn & Sons ; Moonta, Warn ^Bros.; Melrose, W. Marshall; Terovrie, Thos. Hoeking ; Orroroo, Gmeiner Bros. EDWARD WIL.LCOCKS, MACHINIST, BLACKS31ITB:, & WHEELWRIGHT, Commercial-street, Kooringa. E. W. begs to inform ihe Public in general t...

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Open Column. To the Editor of the Record [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 21 February 1879

Open Column. The Editors do not hold themselves respon sible for the opinions expressed in this column. To tU Editor of the Record Sib — Knowing yon to be interested in the future prospects of the North and North-East. I have taken the liberty of calling your atten tion to its cold reefs. Having been at the Benaigo, Forest Creek and Ballarat gold fields, I was struck with tfce quirt* reels of tbe North-East when first I travelled through tbe district years ago. Such a similarity prevailed rf its micaciotu slate, ?and stone, trap quails and p:pe day to the above mentioned gold fields ; at tbe same time the corresponding aspect of the flora would mislead a cstual obseiTT, for in the North* lr ast jog tee nothing bat stinted scrub and salt-bush with occasional gum creeks, whereas the Victoria eold fields were meetly found in localities abounding in gigantic specimens of ▼arions forms of the eucaryp'up such as the stringy bark, iroubsrk on the bills and large blue and red gums on the fi...

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