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

BURRA TIMBER YARD AND STEAM SAW MILLS. ? o ? ? DEALS- DEALS I. & G. FLOORING. CEDAB, GUM, JABBAH. STRIKGYBABK. KAUBI, CLEAB, AND HUON PINKS. DBAY SHAFTS. Galvanized Iroa. Galvanized Iron. Galvanized Iron. Ridging, Guttering, Piping, Cement, Plaster of Paris, Paints, Oil*, Glass, Hearth Stones, and every description of ifuilding Material. a, & W. SARA, &' DURST AN, Builders and Timber Merchants, PROPRIETORS OF THE BURRA BRICK YARDS. -B' AGENTS FOB THE IMPERIAL INSUBAKCE COMPANY. COMMERCIAL STREET, KOORINGA. W. L. H. BRUSE, Cabinetmaker, Builder and Undertaker. ? o ? N.B. — Funerals fiimished on the shortest notice, and on the most reasonable terms. MRS. BANKS, ^^^^ LATE HBV. 3EH. :OA3Xf IBIS,) UNICORN BREWERY, KOORINGA. PALE XX AND XXX MILD, STRONG, AND SPABKLING ALES Guaranteed Pure and Wholesome. BBEWEB of the Celebrated XX and XXX STOUT POBTEB. 66 JOSEPH DUNSTAN, GROCER, DRAPER, AND GENERAL STORE DEALER, NEAK WESLEYAN CHAPEL, ^c o o xc- 1 sr o .a . ? ? ? O'...

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

AUCTIONS. BURR I MONTHLY MARKET. Friday, March 7. at o&b o'clock sharp. | iston, sbakes, &0o. JLi will cell ua above. 3000 '5£SE™ 3000 I on fat & si ore ion lOU CAiTLE. lull f)Q HEAD OF rtO /CO HORSES. /OO Also on aceount of whom it tnoy concern — 10 Draught Horspr, staunch and g-joU 1 aadule Marc, 3 FuaU 2 English Waggons 2 TV D ys 13 Sets HatnevB 1 American Ohnff Cutter 6 Ouou Milch Co* s 3 Steera, 4 Ca!v. 9 1 D. uble Plough, 1 S-ng'e do Se' Harrows, 2 larpaulius 1 S-rew J«ck, I Hay Frame 1 Kullcr, 1 Weighing Machine &-;., &,-., &c. On Monday, March 3. AT THREE O'CLOCK. ON 1HE PREMISES, COMMERCIAL bi'iiJilir, KOOBUSGa. JOHN SAMPSON JTJU., 16 tB\uicd vvi L iiisti uctious from Mr. Urorge Feuton, who is leaving for Victoria, io till b) auction nil his ndUSEBOLD FCRNTTUBE AND EFFECTS. Charrs, Tables, Wnehetands Bcra^iead?, Sofas, Mattress Jb' Jliubses, Cooking U.eusils Waier Tu^ ks, Lot of Sundries itakei's Xrongh ('.ef) & Tools ...

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

GENERAL BUSINESS. M. KINGSBOROUGH, LICENSED LAND BROKEB AND ESTATE AGENT, t cte for Selectors in taking np Land under the Lends Consolidation Act of 1877. SELECTORS ASSISTED in purchasing their holding?. LAND PURCHASED at Auction Sale*. MOttEY TO LEND ot SIX PEB CENT. and upwards, according to amonntand rolne of security. M. E.INGSB0B0UGH, Advertiser BaQdings, King WilUam-Btreet, Adelaide. James Rassell, CARPENTER, BUILDER, AKD UlSTDERTAKER, HALLETT. Timber, Iron, and Building Materials, of every description on Sale. 92-104 Stoneinan & Coxell, STEAM FLOUR MILL, YARCOWIE. Flour, Bran, and Pollard always on band. Wheat Bought. Bags Lest. TEAMS WANTED tot Carting. 77 EW. O'EiLLOSiS Babbieteb and Soucctzox &c. - JAMESTCWJN. Money to lend. BY SPECIAL REQUEST. BXO KFOBD'S Infants' Preservative JS STOW BROUGHT BEFOBB TEE PUBLIC. THIS Preeerratiro has proved itself to be one of the few really reliable and safe remedies yet discovered to allay the sufferings incident to chi)d...

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

MISCELLANEOUS. A SITUATION as WORKUfGr HODSE _A_ KEEPER for one or two Gentleman. Country preferred. Unexeeprional reference. Ipply to 'A.,' Office of this Paper. WANTED for ? 8tation near the Furra a GOOD GENERAL SERVANl1, wager 12s. per week. For particulars apply at Messrs. Bath & Pwee's Store. February II, 1879. £10 Reward. THE above wpl be paid to any person furcishing information leading to the conviction of the person or person* who have recently stolen stone from a quarry on the Canovrie Estate near the Bluff. THOS. GOODE. Canowie, 25th Jan, 1879. £1 Reward. LOST from Baldina, One DiRK BBOWN FILLY, branded JT near ehonlrter. Any one returning the rame to John Turner, Baldina, or to Ambrose Harris, Eooringa, wil receive the above reward. Notice, mENDERS are wanted for PLOUGHING i FIFTY ACRES or MORE, et i»r acre. Apply THOMAS BICHARDSON, Miners' Arm*. Notice. ALL GOAT3, PIGS and FCWLS found Treppnsaiue on Aliotments Nos. 2 and 31, i^ownshtp of Graham, after this date ...

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

W. ANDERSON, Wholesale and Betail Boot and Shoe Maker, COMMERCIAL-STREET, KOORINGA. A LARGE STOCK OF ENGLISH AND COLONIAL MADE BOOTS AND SHOS ALWAYS ON HAND. Trade Sotpxied ax Moderate Prices. Rkp~.ibs Neatly Executed. Oedees Promptly Attended to. Just received a Large Stock of LADIES' LASTING BOOTS, Latest', Style. CHARLES C. WILLIAMS (LATE WILLIAM BUILDER), IRONMONGER AND TINSMITH, KOORINOA. IRONMONGERY of every description on hand. TINWARE Manufactured on the Premises. The TRADE Supplied. STATIONS Liberally Dealt with. All Sirts of PLOUGH FITTINGS in Stock. FIREARMS and AMMUNITION. * GL1S3 a Special Line. 83 jj w xjsTO nsA.cxxnsrai 3-3Eai'o°ac- AGENT FOR JAMES MARTIN & CO., MACHINISTS, GAWLER. Froprietor of tbe BURRA TINWARE MANUFACTORY. . FURNITURE & CARPET WAREROOMS, 103 RUNDLE-STREET 105 ^is^fcg5^S^BMB^^a3a^»B6l^^ala^*t^^'Ja^MEil^^ AND BOOMS, ^1^5l^'*^BBIl^yMP™-^^MttBHBsM5a^feQiMH Chimney-Glasses, Floorcloths Linoleum, Bedsteads, jj ^j wtf a-e f-c, f\ Tafl Jb' ...

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Midland Road Board RIVERTON, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 18. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 21 February 1879

Midland Road Soard. BmsBTnv, TrrRsui-r. TTEnnrrAWV 18. Preeent — H. T. Morrie,E-q. (Chairman), and CotnmiBEionprs tiowden, end Kdlv. The Surveyor, Mr. J. Morris, and the Secretary, Mr. J. 3. Hhead. D1ISUTFS. Tie minutes of last ireeting were read and confirmed. COREESPOSDENCE. Apuinga Distiict Council wrute'point'ng out new wcrts required. Referred to the Surveyor. Burra 'District Council asked to Imve the road between 2,196 and 2,055 in Hundred o- Kooringa closed, an offer t) purchase having been received by the Council from Mr. H, C. Francis. Referred to the Surveycr-Gcneial. B'irra Distrxt Council wished the Bonrr] not to accede to the request of the Burra Corporation to rescind the authority firanted to tbe District Council BanXpr to impound off the main roads. Received. ? Mr. J. Moule wrote spologUing for sb^pnee from Road Board meeting it being impossible for him to attend, itxeueed. Public Works Department notified ia reply to a letter from ihe Secretary that the balance of t...

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Banquet to Mr. T. Bath. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 21 February 1879

Banquet to Mr. T. Bath. On Tuesday, February 18tb, about sixty-five eentlemen sat down to a banquet prepared by Host Tbos. Richardson in the Institute Hall, Ihe obi-ct being to bid farewell to Mr. Bath, who after many yean residence in Burra is about to visit Eugland. R. Roes, E«q., M.P., occupied the chair, and his Worship the Mayor of Burra (Or. Nesbitt) the vice-chair. After the viands had been disposed of, the Chairman gave the'Qaeen,' 'Royal Famih,' and the ' Or .vernor,' and called for the next toast from Mr. P. Lake, J.P., who said he had to give ' The Parliam nt. ' It had been called a model one, but ho bad no doubt it would compare favorably with any other in the Southern Hemisphere. We have had the privilege of universal suffrage and the ballot, and among rh- men who had worked out these and other great questions Burra had done a little by returning Hart, Boocjut and Mann who would do credit to any Parliament^ and some from our Parliament had evan taken high positions in t...

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Macleod of Dare. CHAPTER I. Continued. THE SIX BOYS OF DARE. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 21 February 1879

Macleod of Dare. CHAPTER I. Continued. Tiro ktx iinvr* np mur (From Earner's Maaazint). He had thrown his plaid around htm, and he was wondering to himself as be descended the steep path to the shore. He could not believe that the two women were reallv sad dened by his going to the south for a while ; he was rot given to forebodings. And he had nearly reeched the shore, when he was over taken by some ore running with a light step Ik hind him. He turned quickly, and found his cousin before him, a shawl thrown round her bead and shoulders. 'Ob, Keith,' she said in a bright and matter of- fact way way, 'I have a message for you— from myself— and I did not want ?tint to hear, for she h very proud, you know, and I hope yon won't be. You know we are all very poor K«'ith ; and yet you must not want Money in London, if only for the sake of th- family: and you know T have a little, Keith, and I want yon to take it. You won't mind my being frank with you. I have written a letter.' She hfad th...

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Burra Corporation. MONDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1879. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 21 February 1879

Burra Corporation. Mos-'dat. Febiutary 17. 1R73. Present — His Worship the Mayor, Crs. Batcnelor, Geake, White, Richardson and Ridgway, and the Town Clerk, Mr. Fogg. Mutctes. Minutes of last meeting were read and confirmed. Bepoets. The Overseer's and Public Works report, ' &c, were read as follows : — ' The Public Works Commute* inspected tbe works asked for by deputation in front of Catholic Sjhool, Com mercial-street, and recommend that the matter be laid before the Midland Road Bo*rd as an indispensable necessary to be attended to to prevent irjury to pr:va e property. As to bridge in Queen-street, they recommend that the waterway be deepened some three fpet, and the roadway of the bridge bs widened by two girders on each eide to allow vehiclts to pass each ether. As to roads from Bartholotrseu'e to gaol, and from White Hart Hotel to main road should be defined, which will necessitate the employment of a dayman, as the Overseer of Works must have help to mark out roads. ...

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

BTTSIFESS DIREGTOBY. IOj. per quarter, 2s. discount if paid in advance. AUCTIONEERS. LISTON, SHAKES & CO} Kooringa. \3OLES & GOODCHHiD^ Koonnga. BOTCHERS. R. AUSTIN, Aberdeen. C. OHLMEYER, Kooringa. *'_^J tJ. and E. GEBHABDT^iftbeEdan. BIKES. F. GEBHARDT, Kooriaga. BOOTMAKERS. W. ANDEESON, Kooringa. CORN DEALERS. J. ROACH, Burra Mill. DRAPERS. GOLDSWORTHY BROS., Kooringa INSURANCE COMPANIES. AUSTRALIAN MUTUAL PROVI DENT.— A. H. Fordee. COLONIAL MUTUAL. — F. W. Holder. SOUTH BRITISH FIRE INSUR ANCE. — F. W. Holder. MACHINISTS. STATTON & HENDERSON, Kooringa. IMPORTERS. DREW & CO., Kooringa. GE1TERAL BUSINESS. PROPERTIES FOR SALE~ 3E' .A. Xfc 90C 93. APPILA. /»Q-| ACB.ES Known as SULIiI VAN'S OOl » first-class Farm in good heart, all ploogbeb'e s large portion has been cropped only once. Plenty water. K£Q ACRES, close to the Township, **O£i weu improved, plenty of Water. BELALIE. '1 (\O(\ J*-CRES. 6°° 4crea plonghable JLU/wU remainder Specdid Grazing Lan...

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Black Springs District Council. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 15. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 21 February 1879

Black Springs District Council. Saturday. February 15. Present :— Crs. Nash (chair), Woodman, Turner and King. Minutes of last meeting read and confirmed. Correspondence — From Waterloo Council declining to join Black Spring Council in repairing a road on the boundary between Rothe's and Matthia's. Clerk to write Saddleworth District Council respecting bad state of the road on the bound- ary between Coal's and Nash's.   Peter Gilbert appointed ranger. Work ordered near the ford between the Emu Hotel and Glasson's, and between the old store and Apoinga Road. Receipts, £2 15 Payments, £1 12s.    

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Kelly Gang. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 21 February 1879

Kelly Gang. The statement made by Ned Kelly contains   an account of his life since he was fourteen years of age. He appeared to have been passionately fond of horses, his first crime being the taking a temporary loan of a neigh- bor's horse without his permission when he was fourteen years old, and for which he was sentenced to three months' imprisonment. The statement then traces his career to the time of the alleged shooting of Fitzpatrick, and all charges and complaints are made against the police, whom he charges with dog- ging himself and family continually on the most trumpery pretexts. Kelly admits that he stole horses, which he regards as a trivial offence. He states that he has stolen and disposed of over 200 horses. He reiterates the assertion that he was away from home when Fitzpatrick was shot, and had no hand in that affair. He says — "Constable Fitz- patrick came to apprehend my innocent brother Dan. Mother asked had he a warrant, and replied he had a tel...

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Original Poetry. TO THOMAS BATH, ESQ. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 21 February 1879

Original Poetry. TO THOMAS BATH, ESQ. A MONARCH looks great as he sits on his throne While beauties bedazzled with diamonds aid him. The splendor, the pageant, is not of his own : We know very well that his ancestors made him. The man who unaided begins at the root, And struggles, and climbs to the top of life's tree, And leisurely sits there and eats of its fruit Without fear of falling is greater than he. From off his high perch he looks down below him, And gives a kind word and a cheer from his lip To those who can never repay all they owe him, For the courage he gives them to tighten their grip. The poor and the helpless he still is assisting. Look upward to heaven, and breathe a fond prayer. The patient Recorder who ever is list'ning, Reopens his volume and treasures it there. Here's to Tom Bath, he's the man I'm addressing, Who now for a short time is leaving this shore. May he be, as it were, a home of God's blessing With friendship and honor awake at the door. Bob. &...

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Intercolonial Items. VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 21 February 1879

Intercolonial Items. VICTORIA. Ned Kelly's letter excites great interest. The morning papers are making every exertion, and anticipate securing it, but it has not yet turned up. Fred Cavill, the celebrated swimmer, has arrived in Melbourne, and purposes giving an exhibition of his powers. The body of the man killed on the Hobson's Bay Railway on Tuesday last has been identi- fied as that of George Rattray Wood, a boot salesman, who was in the employ of Mr. Pearl, 169 Brunswick-street. He leaves a wife and six children. There was no apparent reason for his commiting suicide. When last seen alive he was in good health and spirits. The trial of Lynch, one of the sympathisers with the Kellys, has been postponed till next sessions, the Chief Justice having to go on cir- cuit. At the Criminal Sessions on Monday Frederick McKean was tried for the murder of an infant child. It was shown that he killed the deceased in the course of a drunken row with his wife. The case was not concluded. Two...

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NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 21 February 1879

NEW SOUTH WALES. The Government at a Cabinet meeting on the 15th, decided upon offering a reward for the capture of the Kellys, and issuing a special circular to the police. T+ib Commissioners favourably conRider the epnlication for four acres for the purpose of exhibiting the Paris balloon. The G-ivernti'-nf it i« understood has decided to send a special invitation to the Prince of Wales. The offender? fn the disturbance on the cricket ground during the match with the Fnglii'hmpn h»ve rw-en hrsvilv fined. On the 17f h the offending bookmakers had their fees of membership returned to them as a protest against betting with larrikins. There are deep expressions of regret at the treatment which the Englishmen received, an-i an earnest hope is expressed that another match will be plared. A thousand pounds a week has been paid the wages men working at the Exhibition. Queensland has determined to make a great Bbow at the International Exhibition. The brother of Ben Hall, the bushranger wa...

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Mount Bryan District Council. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 22. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 28 February 1879

Mount Bryan District Council. SATUfcDAX. F£BRr/ABr22. Present— Messrs. Tickle, (c'jair), Thomas, Dawson and Harry. Correspondence from North Midlan I Road Board re appropriation from Com isaoner of l-rown Lands re tenders to rabbit tjartie*, erd from Mr. i;ig!»B. Ofcrrecr reported Parkin's contract finished. Passed for nay meat. Mr. Dasfsoii to be pail his expenses to Grorgpioven re appropriation. Koiriuaiiou'i to he advertised for oae Coun cillor tor March 8. All d-M&ulters in rates to be summoned immediate!?. Thomas & C ?' e . account passed.

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STOCK REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 28 February 1879

STOCK REPORT. The principal movements in Stock -since late report have been as follows, viz : — Imported by way of the river 12,000 store sheep from Anna branch forBimbourie, North East, owner Hon. J. Crazier. Ryan and Craig in charge. One hundred end forty fer cattle from The Peak f om Jamestown and Wallaroo, owners Messrs. Bagot Bros. C. Perry ia charge. Fire thouasnd Etore sheep from Fasnern Pbing to nsar Biinman, owners Messrs. Church and Wsrnce. Smith in charge.

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Burra Races. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 28 February 1879

Burra Races. T!' , /'''winR nominations have been received by the Secretary. BURBA. HANDICAP. Mr. S. A, Harris's c h g Tom Brown, 4 years, Thalaba — Una II. Mr. Maurice Cisaj's b g Westbury, 6 years, IrtgJflglp. Mr. Peter Couch's b c Mercury} 2 yean, Honttish — Lucretia Borgia. Mr. Jshn Crrzier's b r or b g Thane, 5 years, Talk o' the Hi 1 — Ranee. Mr. P. Rook'a b g Middleton, 6 years. Mr. P. R'ok's b r h Bluemantle, 3 years. Hr. W. Pile's b m Dewice, 4 year*, Tregagle — Signet. M-. Moore's St. Saldred. Mr John Cahill's b g Countryman, (late W. G.), 6 yean, Talk e' the HilL Mr. Oliver Aikeu's Alarm. STEEIfECHASE. Mr. A. Hallett'a b g Iwnnhoe (late Charlie), aged. Mr. W. Dick's roan g Trump. Ace of Heart? Mr. B. CraWu b g RingwooJ, 6 years, Pronto. Mr. Moore's Sarchedan. Mr. Moore's Lidy Ashboume. Mr. M lore's Frank Hesritr. Mr. S. Ferry's Darkie. Mr. S. Ferry's Little Darkie. Mr. O. Aiken's Electric. By the adrertiaeinent we sse tbat weights will be declared on March 8th, and accept...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 28 February 1879

r^AXTTIOK TO THE EUBLXC. PRETENHON OF FIEE. Chief Secretary's Office, Adelaide, - 1st November, 1878. The attention of the Public is directed to the provisions of the Bush Fires Act, No. 18 of 1861, ar,d 15 of 1874; all Police-constables and Crown Lands Rangers having received strict instructions to take proceedings and recover penalties for offences u&der the said Acts. The following are offences under the Acts : — 1. Burning stubble between 1st November and 15th April, unless between 4 and 10 in the afternoon, or during hours fired by District Councils ; or without giving neighbors (or in Hundreds to Crown Lands Rangers) one day's notice ; or without having at least four persons present to assist in preventing spread of fire ; or without ploughing or clearing at least three feet round inside the fence. Penalty. — Not less than Three and not exceeding Ten Pounds. 2. Using ignitable wadding between lit Sep tember and 30 li April. Penalty — Five Pounds. o. «?p)n/stug me exatn...

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TOPICS. MR. REES AT LAST WEEK'S BANQUET. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 28 February 1879

TOPICS. MR. SEES AT LAST WEEK'S KANOTTRT Space falied oa last week or we abonid then bave entered our protest against the tone of Hie speech delievered by Mr. Bees at the banqaet to Mr. Bath when responding for 'the Parliament.' . Mr. Beea u a very fluent speaker, and this very euo of speech has more than once led him into gravn error, bat on this occasion it was evident that the address delivered was no casual effort bearing tbe im press of the emotions of the moment, but every part bore testimony to s osrefellr arranged plan as carefully carried exsf, and ir stead of eitnplv addressing himself to tbe com plimentary business of tbe evening with inst bo much political reference of a suitable 4 rod as was necessary, Mr. Bees evidently determined first to attemp to remove any lirgring mis traated bred of hjs nnfortnnate position dnrirg the last Parliamentary crisis, and second to do a lif-tle special pleading, for, his. friends tho Ministry m the matter of the lite blander. As to the ...

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