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Black Springs District Council. MONDAY, MARCH 3. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 7 March 1879

Black Springs District Council MoxDAr. Mabcr 3. Present :— All. Minute* of last meeting read and confirmed. Correspondence— From the Commissioner of the Melbourne International Exhibition 1880. wuu copies oi ice omciai programme and regulations. .Received from M. Callaghan, offering Council 3«. per acre, per year, exclusive of rates for four of the unclaimed allotments in the township of Glendore. Offer not accepted. Four tenders for the work between the old store and Apoinga road. All to huh. Work oiderai near T. Carter** and. J Seed's. The work between T. Woodman's and J. Re.d's finished satisfactorily. Beceipts, £3 3s. 4d ; payments, £1 10j

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

BUSINESS DIEECTOEY. &£ per quarter, 2s. discount if pud in advance. AUCTIONEERS. LISTON, SHAKES & CO., Kooringa. COLES k GOODCHILD, Kooringa. BUTCHERS. E. AUSTIN, Aberdeen. C. OHLMEYER, Kooringa. C. and E. GEBHARDT, Aberdeen. B&KEB. F. GEBHAEDT, Kooringa. BOOTMAKERS. 'W. ANDERSON, Kooringa. CORN DEALERS. J. ROACH, Burra MilL DRAPERS. QOLDSWORTHY BROS., Kooringa. INSURANCE COMPANIES. AUSTRALIAN MUTUAL PROVI DENT. — A. H Foedeb. COLONIAL MUTUAL. — F. W Holder. SOUTH BRITISH FIRE INSUR ANCE. — F. W. Holder. MACHINISTS. STATTON & HENDERSON, Kooringa. IMPORTERS. DREW & CO., Kooringa. GEHEB.AL BUSINESS. PROPERTIES FOR SALE. 3E' J*. 3EC US S. APPILA. pOt ACRES Known as SULLIVAN'S OOl a first-class Farm in good heart, all ploughab'e a large portion has been cropped only once. Plenty 'water. KKO ACRES, close to the Township, *JOA well improved, plenty of Water. ; BELALIE. IrtfiA ACEES, 600 Acres ploughable Jy&\X «w-ainder Spendid_ G»*ine Lbb* '...

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

BURRA TIMBER YARD ASn- STEAM SAW MILLS. DEALS- « DEALS* DEALS- T. & Or. FLOORING. CEDABw GUM, JARRAH. STRIMGYBARK. KAURI. CLEAR, AND HUOS PINKS. DRAY 8HAFTS. Galvanized Iross. Galvanized Iron. Galvanized Iron. Ridging, Guttering, Piping, Cement, Plaster of Paris, Paints, Oil*, Glass, Hearth Stones, and every description of .Building Material. . GL & W. SARA & DUNSTAN, Builders and Timber Merchants, PROPRIETORS OF THE BURRA BRICK YARDS. «T AGENTS FOE THE IMPERIAL INSURANCE COMPANY. COMMERCIAL STREET, KOORINGA. W. L H. BRUSE, Cabinetmaker, Builder and Undertaker. ? 0 ? N.B. — Funerals furnished on the shortest notice, and on the most reasonable terms. MRS. BANKS, #^S5^^^w LATE UNICORN BREWERY, KOORINGA. PALE XX AND XXX MILD, STRONG, AND SPARKLING ALES Guaranteed Eure and Wholesome. BREWER of the Celebrated XX and XXX STOUT PORTER. 66 JOSEPH DUNSTAN, GROCER, DRAPER, AND GENERAL STORE DEALER, NEAR WESLEYAN CHAPEL, k: o o it i w a- a.. ? o ? N.B.— Poultry and Dair...

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

HISCELL&NE0U3. Kotice. AKT person Trespassing on tbe Estates or ISAAC KILLICOAT will be prosecuted alter tbi$ date, and all Dogs destroyed.' P. L. KILLICOAT. Feb. 26, 1879. 3-7-2 For Sale. SMAIili FIBE- PROOF SAFE; best make. JOniT BOACB, Burra Mill. For Sale. FOB SALE— Two SCARIFIERS and one SEED SOWER (Hawke.) Apply JAMES TIVER, Hallett Store. For Sale. OLD SHOP FRONT, Sizs about 10x20, with SHUTTERS complete. The whole for £8. Apply to, W. L. H. BEUSE, Commercial-street. Wanted. AN ELDERLY LADY desires a Situa tion as HOUSEKEEPER. Oood Needle Hand. Seference apply Mr?. Ware, Exchange Hotel, Hindley-street, Adelaide. Apply by letter ' B.,' this omer. Wanted. A PERSON with Team to PLOUGH from Fifty to Seventy Acres Land. Apply to WILLIAM Df RE, Piltimetiappa. Wanted. A N Experienced WILD DOG CATCHER, XX. £1 per head and ammunition and poison found. Apply to WILLIAM DARK, Piltimetuppa. Wanted. ASTBONG LAD for Smith's Shop. Apply to J. RULE, Aberdeen. WANTED by Bespfcrable Co...

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

± plpsr fos ra:s Bcrztt ixd THE KORTff-EAST. BURRA, FRIDAY, MARCH 7, 1879.

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

GENERAL BUSINESS. M. KINGSBOROUGH, LICENSED LAND BROKER AND ESTATE AGEKT, Acts for Selectors in taking up Land under the Lands Consolidation Act of 1877. SELECTOBS ASSISTED in purchasing their holdings. LAND PURCHASED at Auction Sajee.^, MOBEY TO LEND ot BIX PB842JSK& and np wards, according to amount and rslue of security. M. KINGSBOROUGH, Advertiser Buildings, King William-street, Adelaide. James Russell, GAEPENTER, BUIEDElt, TJNDEETAKER,, HALLETT. Timber, Iron, and Building Materials, of every description on Sale. Stoneman & Coxell, STEAM FLOUR MILL, YA^eOWDE; Flour, Bran^and Pollard alw^a on band. Wheat Bought. Bags Lent. TEAMS WANTED for Carting. EW. O'H ALL OK A N Sabbisteb jjtd Souoitos &c. JAMESTOWN. Money to lend. BY SPECIAL REQUEST.. Infants9 Preservative IS KOW BROUGHT BEVOBB THB fUBIIC. . THIS Preeerratire has proved itself to be one of the few really reliable and. safe remedies yet discovered to allay the aufieringe incident to children, and havi...

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

HoUowag't Ointment and Kits. — Counsel for the delicate. — Those to whom the change able temperature is a protracted period of trial should seek the earliest opportunity of re moving all obstacles (o good health. This cooling Ointment, perseveringly rubbed 'upon the skin, is the moat reliable remedy for over coming all diseases of the throat and chest. Diphtheria, relaxed tonsils, sore throat, swollen gland*, ordinary catarrh, and bronchitis, usually prevailing at this season, msj be arrested a* soon as discovered, and 'every symptom banhVi by Holloway'e simple and eflbetfra twataams. This Ointment and Fills am highiv commended for 'the faculty with winch they agaejMfa]]jy4Hj|erir] wiUretSuonza ; they alls* in «a itwMHkfttfe^.iime the

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Open Column. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 7 March 1879

Open Column. The Editors do not hold themselves respon iible for the opinions expressed in this column. BUBBA. ATHLETIC CLUB. To the Editor of the Record. 6m — I hare been anxiously waitisg for some time past to learn what steps the Committee «f the late Surra Athletic Club intend taking respecting tbe disposal of the surplus cash, &c. But as there seems to be no one who is taking any interest in the matter I feel bound in the interest of tbe public at lar;e (who subscribed most of the money) to ask for a meeting, so that the funds can be disposed of in s proper and systematic manner and b1s3 inform the general public if it is intended to allow it to remain in existence or to die like a great many other things in tills place, a comfortable natural death. I am, dear Sir, ONCE A COAIMIFTEEiLa-X March 6, 1879.

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CORRESPONDENCE. MOUNT BRYAN EAST, MARCH 3. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 7 March 1879

CORRESPONDENCE. (From our own Correannndpnta \ MOTTNT BWTAW P»5!T ir^nr o A nave not much news to write this week. The weather has changed, but we have no rain as yet. Tbe farmm are waiting patiently for it, hoping we shall have a good down ponr very shortly. It is a great drawback as the ploughing is not going very fa -t as the gronnd is exceedingly hard.

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Rose of Sharon Tent, I.O.R. ANNUAL FESTIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 7 March 1879

Rose of Sharon Tent. I.O.B. ANNUAL H-RSTIVAT.. Tbe annual festival of tLe local Beehabite Vent was held according to announcement in tbe Institute H*U on Tuesday evening. There was a verv large attendance the snamona lull beinc closely filled by an audience which evidently thoroughly enjoyed the evenings entertainment. Tbe chair was taken at half past seven by Mr. Holder the vice-chair being occupied by Dr. Brummittfwho, however, being sailed away professionally gave plaee to Mr. W. Anderson. The tables as laid out were a very pwtty «gbt, additional attraction and variety were imparted fey the presence of a very large proportion of ladies. After tbe refresh ments had been dealt with an overture was clayed on the piano by Miss Bosk and Master White, the Chairman delivered an address on 'Total Abstinence and Bechabit ism,' and tbe fbllowirg programme was gone through in first class etyle:— Song, Miss Giles, 'Far Away'; toast 'Queen and Boyal Family,' by the Chairman ; ' National Anthe...

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Cricket. BURRA V. KAPUNDA. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 7 March 1879

Cricket. BUBBA V. KAPmiDA Xhe sbove match was played on the Aber deen ground, and resulted in an easy victory for the Burra team. The Kapunda men arrived on Friday evening, and were well cared for at tbe Commercial Hotel. On Saturday morning both teams were on the ground by nine o'clock, and play commenced at half-past, the Eapundavibon going to the wickets first, being represented by A. H. Keale, and W. Blesing. Blesing was soon disposed of by Wheare, as was also Captain Bebbeck ; the only three who made any score, being Bev. Wellington 15, Pavia 9 and £. G. Bleeing 9, the first innings closed for 56 runs. The fielding of the Bum team was not up to the mark, though the bowling was good, Belcher and Wheare each having captured five wickets. Tho Burra was first represented by Richardson and Walker, the bowling being entrusted to W. L. Reaip and W. Blesing. Richardson got his quietus fir.-t ball, as did Wheare also, both retiring with the unenviable 0 opposite ? beir names. Walker was...

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

Bbwab* of those who are homeless by choice - You have no hold on a man whose ?Sections have no taproot. Ah Adelaide 'Ftea. — A thoroughpaced Victorian, with a large infusion ot New South Wales self-complacency, lately visited South Australia (states *'JEg\n'). He found fanlt with everything. Of his turtle soup he said, '' Why, mutton broth in Melbourne is much letter.' Of South Australia hock he said that Melbourne hwawed ale was far superior. His hotel being fall, and excellent couch was pre pared for him in a. large sittingroom. 'Humph,' be growled ; 'why a back kitchen in Melbourne would be better than this.' In the room was a fish globe containing some rare epeeimera of freshwater crayfish. One of these had oyeomB means escaped from the globe and found ite way to the floor. As t'-e visitor was about stepping into bed his foot was seized in a powerful daw. Shouting ' What's this ? to the waiter who was passing the door, the hitter said, ' Ob, thatfs an Adelaide flea — I doa't thi...

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

SELFISHNESS IS A MOST DESPICABLE PBOPES SITF. Now what shall we eay of the man wbo obtains erery conceivable sort of machine to assist him iu his work, but leaves his partner to toil laboriously over the washing without the invaluable aid of a MACHINE and WRINGER, and do all tbe IRONING afterwards without a MASGLE? We Befrain fiom eaying what we think, but leave it to its own conscience and tbe gentle persuasive power of bis Longsuffer ing wife. But tbis much we will venture on observing, that s PEBfECT CUBE at £4 or a COMMON SENSE at £4 10?., or a EUREKA at £5, either of these, especially with a WBLNGER attached, varying from 35s. to 55., is eminently calculated to PRO MOTE DOMESTIC HAPPINESS ; and with a MAKGLE rom 20«. to £8 10s., ar.d a WASHING TROUGH at 20s., and s PORT ABLE COPPEBofcouree, from 55s. to £5., — when all these are obtained the CUP (or tub) of happiness is apt to overflow, cold mutton vauisheth, concord prevaileth, hope buddeth afresh, the cat purreth upon the dom...

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

/'lAUTKXKT 'L-0 THE PUBLIC. v^ — = PREVENTION OF FIRE. Chief Secretary's Offise, Adelaide, -V';; 1st November, 1878. The attention' of the -Public is dirccteii to the provisions of the Bush Fires Act, No. 18 of 1864, and 15 of 1874; all Police-constabVs and Crown Lands Rangers having received strict instructions to take proceedings and recover penalties for offences ucder the said Acts. The following a-* offences anrter the Acts : — 1. Burning etu^bie bet* en l«t -ive-nher~ and 15th April, unless b?tae*-ii 4 ind 10 in the afternoon, or during hours fixed by District Councils ; or wi'Uout giving neighh -rs (or in Hundreds t' Cr-'w L.»n-is Ra- gere) one dav'a notice ; or without having at lea^t f -ur pi'rcong preset. t to assi-t in urernit-na nur^sd of fire; or wittiou' |»lou«f'ina or »-le»ring «t least tdroe f^t rounH ?..-- if t- f. !??-. PviM--y- Not less ?hrti- t-r^- -i.i . .. r i v.-ti'iigTen P ?? nds. 2. D^ir.?; innittbv wa'ld:::g b?t*ee-i 1-t Sec temberand30;h April. P-tial y — ...

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CHAPTER IV. WONDER-LAND. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 7 March 1879

CHAPTER IT. TONDEB-IAKI). A cool evening in June, the club windows open, a c!.ar twilight -l-: -'ver Pall MtH, and a tete~a tele dinner at a smmi, clean, bright table — these are not the conditions in which a young rasn should show impatience. And yet the cunning difhes which Mr. Ogilvie, who had a certain pride in his clnb, though it was only one of the junior institutions, had placed before his friend, met with but scant curioBity : Macleod would rather have banded questions of cookery over to his cousin J anet. Nor did he pay much heed to his companion's sage advice as to tbe sort of club be should have himself proposed at, with a view to getting elected in a dczen or fifteen years. A young man is apt to let his life at forty shift ior itself. ' You seem rery acxious to see Mips White agam,' said Mr. Ogi'vie, with a slight smile. *'I wish to make all the friends I can while I am in London,' said Macleod. 'What shall I do in this bowling wilderness when you go back to A'dersbot ?'...

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Macleod of Dare. CHAPTER III. Continued. FIONAGHAL [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 7 March 1879

Macleod of Bare. CHAPIER III. Continued. FIOXAGUAT. kFrom Harper's Itanazini). * 1 thought we were all sheep now,' said she. Dj you know the story of the man who was fl-eeed by Maclean of Lochbuy — that is in Mull.' said he. not heeding her remart. '? 1 'a do not know that old story ?' They did sot ; and he proceeded to tell it in a grave and eimpla fashion which was suffi ciently impressive. For be was talking to these two friends now in the most unembar rassed way ; and he had, beside-, the chief gift of a born narrator — en utter forgetfulnef* of himself. His ejes rested quite naturally on their eyes as he told his tale. But first of all, he epoke of the exceeding loyally of the High land folk to the head of their clan. Did they know that other story of how Maclean of Duart tried to capture the young heir of the house of LocLbuy, and how they boj was rescued and carried away by his nurse ? And when, arrived at mail's estate, he returned to revenge himself on those who had betraye...

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

W- ANDERSON, Wholesale and Betail Boot and Shoe Maker, COMMERCIAL-STREET, KOORINCA. A LARGE STOCK OF ENGLISH AND COLONIAL MADE BOOTS AND SHOS ALWAYS ON HAND. ? » Trade Stjppued at Modebate Pbices. Bv?*.ibs Nkatit Executed. Oeders Prohbtly Attbitded to. Just received a Large Stock of LADIES' LASTING BOOTS, Latest Style CHARLES C. WILLIAMS (LATE WILLIAM BUILDER), IRONMONGER AND TINSMITH, KOORIHaTG-A. . IRONMONGERY of every description on hand. TINWARE, Manufactured On the Premises. The XBASE Supplied. STATIONS Liberally Dealt with. All Sorts of PLOUGH FITTINGS in Stock. FIRE ARMS and AMMUNITION. GLASS a Special Line. SX1'W XAI'43- THT A.CT H ? WTJ3 DBPvx AGENT FOR JAMES M ARTIST & CO., MACHINISTS, GAWLER. Croprietor of the BURRA TINWARE MANUFACTORY. FURISTITURE & CARPET WAREROOMS, 103 RUNDLE-STREET 105 Chimney-Glasses, Floorcloths Linoleum, Bedsteads, THE PHOTOGRAPHIC ATELIER, 95, RUNDLE-STREET. CHARLES NIESCHE, ARTIST, PHOTOGRAPHS FINISHED to LIFE SIZE ia OIL, WATKBOO...

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International Exhibitions. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 7 March 1879

International Exhibitions. The memory of tbe Lite Prince Albert will always be connected intimately with, those great world shows that have exercised so beneficial an influence over manufactures, science and other arts ever since the first of them was held in. 1851. And did we owe nothing else to the Prince than our gratitude for the part- he took in carrying to a successful issue that single scheme our debt would be indeed great, for great as is the difficulty and labor connected with a similar show in these times it is iiGthing compared with that attached to the first, because then all was new, exhibitors were not accustomed to preparation of articles, and did not understand the benefits they would obtain, and in fact in every way obstacles that are novr unknown liad to be overcome. If any thing could testify to the immense success then achieved it would be the number of times that that project has been rivalled in so many parts of the the globe till not only in London but in Pari...

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Burra Corporation. MONDAY, MARCH 3, 1879. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 7 March 1879

Bnrra Corporation. MmmiT Itrmrn S 1R7O .Present — ilia Worship the Mayor, Cre. /Sariholotraut, Geafce, White, Biohardson and Rid^wa;, and the Town Clerk, Mr. Fogg. Metctes. Alinuteg of Iaet tnteiii'g were read and confirmed. New Boad. Cr. Bidowat a^krd whether the plan wanted hy Sir Henry Ayers had been sent The Tows Cleek said, no. Mr. West ind told him that when tbe tarrey was com pleted tha roads wanted would be fou.id. Cr. EABTH0L05LETJ3 was afraid that the Toads if granted would neei to be paid for. Mayor's Bepobt. The Matob repored having spoken to Mr. Peei on the wa'e- supp'y question and a letter from hi.n would be read'presert y. Public Works Bepobt. The report was read as follows :— ' 1 have to -report that the Working Overseer during the days he has not been employed as scavenger, has been employed in forming Ayers-etreet, but as he had so metal be coald net do the work proper1?! * top coating of metal is required the whole length of the street.' — J. Fogo. It was n solve...

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Hanson District Council. MONDAY, FEBRUARY 24. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 7 March 1879

Hanson District Council. Monday. Februasy 24. Present — Cre. Dow (Chairman,) Brgers and Goodridge. Mr. Warren to be asked to survey work nreviouvlv ordered. Cw. Rogers and O-oodridge reported having examined main line of road from Hanson to Gum Creek, and about 40 i4buis new metalling was required. On. Tohl and Turner reported that at least £100 should be spent on Hanson and Clare road. Clerk to inform Midland Boad Board. Expenditure of £350 grant-in-aid, signed by Chairman, to be fora arded to Commusioner of Crown 'Lands. Use of Chamber to b? allowed for divine Application from City of Glasgow Bank relief fucd. Hot entertainec*. John O'Leary «u be employed to repair ford near Janson'e, Roger's Ford, fords oh Burra and Hanson road, and to blind metalling re cently L»iJ down near Gum Creek and other place;. Cheques drawn, £6*3. 2k 6 K

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