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Trusting to Government. TAXATION. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 14 March 1879

Trusting to Government. TAXATION. The fact that each man in this colony has a far larger ..proportion of the governing power in his own bands than each, man say in England, is not always fully recognised lnxlie abstract, though ; its outcome is ever before us, cropping ' up in almost every direction. In Eng- ' land tlie Government is so far off from the average unit of population that its acts are not often recognised as affecting the individual, and so an injurious in difference springs up as to the Govern ment altogether, and there is forgetful ness of the fact that only a well g jverned people can be a happy one. At the same time there is an advantage con nected with this state of things of no slight account, and that is the self reliance that is cultivated by the very feeling of a hopelessness as to what the higher -powers can be expected to do, and this is particularly of value seen from the circumstances surrounding our colonial life. We often hear of not knowing the true valu...

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

MISCELLAMEOUS. LO1STSDALE FARM, LEIGHT0N. TEYDEBS wBlbereeeiwdfortliejwirc^BBe of tbe abore FaRat, op to Mprch 2^ Particulars cat) be h«a from Mr. P. Lane Eoorinea, or from Robert Giles on the premises. No Tender n«e:sarPy«cc.pt«£ 3-142 MISGELLANEODS. WASTED by Bospcctable Conple Billtt with a GeiitUman in or near ary town ehip twiit thi« fbcS and Adelaide. Man Groom, fe.; Women the Best Waherwomsn in the ctuntry — rain wa'er of course.- Only ncun.bnmte little boy Syeawold. Address, - B.,' effice this papiri MOUBKING AND kBMOElAE CABDS»t«Be ?'BUBBA BECOED' OFFICE.

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THE SILENT CITY. (LINES SUGGESTED IN THE BURRA CEMETERY). [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 21 March 1879

TIIE SILEJJT CITY'. {lines suggested is the bubea ceuetebt) . Afar in the land of the setting sun There's a home of rest for the weary onp, Where no trouble* disturb, and no cares weigh down, iiut all peaceful and calm 13 that quiet town. Dark willows there weep o'er the silent cold stream*, Tn wko»e icy waters sun-light ne'er beamB, And tall sombre cypresses silently wave '.Neatb. the Ehadow of each a dark gloomy grave. Jts portals are narrow and dark'y a-n-«ar And travelers approach with trembling and fear. Ytt all who e'er -rpa3 on this life's weary way In that city must clumber at close of the day. No brefz s e'er mfSla its silent still air, !Vo thunder bursts startle the slumb'ivr t-ere yo weary wheels rumbling disturb its deep rpst Ifo sound iu ihat city far down in the west. At rest, in that city all wrap* in rcpoae, Tne soul has no aonow, fo-g -t are its woaa ; There servant arid n:a«ter tOisMur lie do*n, ]S or thii'.k -«f their riiik when thi-y enter that ; towa. The soldie...

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

PRIZE WINMOWERS! PRIZE WINNOWERS 1 ! TO SAVE LABOR IS TO SAVE MONET. JAMES wT^EATLEY, SIACHINIST, KAPDNDA. Begs to inform the Farmers of the Colony that last season he had to DECLINE ISO LESS THAN 57 OKDERS for bis CELEBRATED PRIZE WINNOWING MACHINES, In consequence of sucn orders being kept back eo long. _ ? e As there is every prospect of a good harvest n-_xt season, J. W. would urge on thos ?equiriDg his Machines (the advantages of which are too well known to need dilating on) the expediency of SEKDIKG IN their OEDEBS WITHOUT DELAY. These Machines CARRY MOEE SIEVES than any other Wionowing Machines, liaving TWO DEiKB SIEVES. 4S' These Winnowers have taken First Prizes wherever exhibited. AGES1S— Jamestown, Thomas Carter; Kadina, Brown & Sons; lloonta, Warn ^Bros.; Melrose, W. Marshall ; Terowic, Thoa. Hosking ; Orroroo, Ckneiner Bros. ' EDWARD WIL.LCOCKS, MACHINIST,' BLACKSMITH, & WHEELWRIGHT, Oominercial-stTeet, Eooiinga. E. W. be»s to inform the Public in genera...

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

Black Suriners District Council. C.irmn--V AfABCS 16. Present— All but Cr. JS ash. Minutes of last meeting read and confirmed. Three tenders for No. 4 contract between old .tn» .riri Annin^a Eoad. A. Worbys, £34 13d. 6d. accepteS. Four tendere ior j-o. aconrraci between T. Carter's and J. Seed's, H. Hay wood'e tender accepted, £14* Clerk to write to Commissioner of Crown Lunds reminding him that no notices for the destruction of rabbits have been served in tbe district and asking his immediate attention in the matter. Mr. W. Escott, eenr., of Stony Oap, nomin a!ed for one of the members of the North Mid land Rosd Brard. Beceipte, £2 18s. Meeting adjourned for fojr weeks.

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

' Takes Dowjt x Peg.' — The following Btory is told by *? Atlas' in the World :— 'She is a et&tely old lady of Title, and he is one of the uew school of young tradesman who, rich, well educated, sad well mannered, are eouttantly endeavouring to 'sink the shop' aud place them selves on a level with their customers even auring business hours. He knew ber by sight and by name, end on seeing her enter the shop — for it is a shop after all — advanced towards 1 cr with a pleasant smile and said, * I hope Lady ? , you were pleased with the opera last night.' She turned to her companion and faittly asked whether* the man9 was speaking to her. On being answered in tbe affirmative she cojfeonted the still smiling young gentleman, aud, and with raised eyebrows, said, ' My good man I came hero to buy a carpet.' '

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

Open Column. The Editors do rot hold tbemfe'vr s respon *;W« for the onini^rs rinrps^ed in Miis -H-lumns. Tn tie Editor of the Record j?ro ? During the cout»e of my perppnna tions through the areas and in the bosh, I hare heard a great deal of ta'k pro. and «m» .Uni »Vio Hurra Tlofrjital. Uavine bren an inmate of that admirable rostitutun, anrt re «* irrd the med;c^l comforts and careful nureirg ?vrhioh were essential to n-y reccYery. I am in a position to epesk authoritive'.y about it, and that I c*n only do in terms of the highest praise. Tbe doctors are most essicnons in their attentions, while tbe management *nd internal arrangements are all that could be desired. It would be well I think if this institution, and the benefits sccurirg from it were brought more prominently before tbe -class of mer, who in their extremity are only too glad to avail themselves of its privileges «o that they mi^ht be induced to contribute more liberally towards iU support. I an», Sir, &?*, T...

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Burra Jockey Club [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 21 March 1879

Burra Jockey Club, The followirg Acceptances were leceived by he Secretary, March l9:h. Bceea HAsriCAr. Mr. S. A. Harrit's Tom Brown. Mr. Maurice Casey* vvestDury. Mr. Peter Couch's Mtrcury. Mr. 3. Crtvz it's Tltame. Mr. S. Ferri's St. BalHred. llr. J. Cahili'i? t . untryman (late W. G) UAJtBICAP SSTEEM.BCHASE. Mr. A. HallettV Ivanhoe. Mr. W. Dick's Trump. Mr: fc-. Berr\'e!Sarched n. Mr. R. Moort-'s Lady AshboHrae. Mr. S. Few's Little Darki?. Mr. B. Crabb's Kicgwood. Maidlss. Mr. S. Davis* Shadow. 5fr. J. O. Dea, jun. Mtrnuid. Mr. C. P- Hsm'lton's Itle. Mr. J. Cjhill'e Irishman. Mr. James Crabb's Lillian. Tovnr Plate. Mr. M. Csspj'b Westbury. Mr. S. A. lUrrfe's Tom Brown. Mr. B. Warrick's lidal Wave, i'«r. P. OjucIi** NLrrrurv. Mr. C. F. Hamiltoi.'* Jewees. ilr. J. Cahili'a Ccuntryraan.

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

BUSHTESS DIRECTORY. 10s. per quarter, 2a. discount if paid in advance. AUCTIONEERS. LISTON, SHAKES & CO., Kooringa. COLES & GOODCHTLD, Kooringa. BUTCHERS. C. and E. GEBHAKDT, Aberdeen. BAKEB. F. GEBHARDT, Kooringa. BOOTMAKERS. 'W. AITDERSON, Kooringa. CORN DEALERS. J. ROACH, Burra MilL INSURANCE COMPANIES. AUSTRALIAN MUTUAL PROVI DENT. — A. H. Foeder. COLONIAL MUTUAL. — F. W. Holder. SOUTH BRITISH FIRE INSUR ANCE. — F. W. Holder. MACHINISTS. STATION & HENDERSON, Kooringa. IMPORTERS. DREW & CO., Kooringa. GENERAL BUSINESS. PROPERTIES FOR SALE 3E' -A. X& 3MC S3. APPILA. PQ-1 ACEES Known as SULLIVAN'S UOJ- a first-class Farm in good heart, all piuugUab'-e a iarge portion baa been cropped enly once. Plenty vatir. rrn ACRES, clow to the Township, OO-£ weu improved, plenty of Water. BELALIE. '1 AOA ACRES, 600 Acres ploDghable lU/VvJ remainder Spendid Grazing .Land. LACK BOCK. f*rr(* ACRES, adjoining Pcjkina, one of the O / U Most Conveuiuit Farms iu...

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Burra Corporation. MONDAY, MARCH 17, 1879. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 21 March 1879

Bnrra Corporation. MnvniT V&ittMT 17. 1R79. Presen' — His Worship the Mayor, Cra. BHfftrsT, White, Richardson Geake, Batdielor, and Barlholomsear, and the Town Clerk. Minutes. Minutes of last meeting vrere Toad and confirmed. PiTJiENT of Bates Fictteed. Two persons w*tted on the Council to asked for a ten usion of tl «r n et. One vu exeoaed being in receipt of rations. dvmSEEB. S BXXOBT. The G-eneu'a report was read a* follows ;— Mr. Wodbcott is progressing With goricinths iSoatfa W»rdL I believe tbe roid from Mr. Barfholonuons to the g*ol Is not set male ««B*e4. sPMJtell faw» J* »MewiththcEa.vaa3ersiroifc' There is Htm some to i be carted*™? *Tuc&wfllbe4aBein»a*jMW two. i The died at Mesra. SUtt6a& WmrtmansTras not s}U last week, as those gentlemen demured to sniinr up possession till they had reeeivedftmher adrici fcoril their Solicitors. The streets being formed at present by Mr. Woollacott are Bridge-terrace, Welsh-place and Ayers-street. The cost of thos...

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Macleod of Dare. CHAPTER VI. Continued. A SUMMER DAY ON THE THAMES. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 21 March 1879

Macleod of Dare. CHAPTER VI. Continued. K ECM3IEE DAY OX TIIE TUA3IES. (From Harper* ITcrqaiine). ' P rhans we had better wait for Colonel Hots,' said he ; and there wag a littln pro noun in this eeiiier.ee tint he would like to liBverereatef'. It was a friendlv word. Jf ?-st-bMfhfd » s:-rt of sreret companionship. It 1* t fie (-ioi:d privileae of a iwau lo know ell » hnut laOway tiokets ; but he rather pre ferred this a^oriation uith her helpless i mo'-mce ar.A ienorar.*-?. ' I had 1 o idea you were comins to-'iay. 1 raiher like those surprise parties. Mrs. Koss Ticver tl?ouf''t ol going ? ill last exe nine, she Fays. Oh, by-Uic-'-ay, I saw you in the theatre last, evening.' He sl»o Mxrtffi. Re had quite f.trgr.tten thnt tin* frlf-tioi'st-ssct', c'«18r-fjcd, pile girl ?was the tnidcap coqnttie whoi-e caprees and] f\,'- ) dd aUerneit'h- f-tecinated cud moved j him on ti\e ??r--vi--i:s --rening. ' '?-Jh, inili''i-i!,:* lie stammered. 'It. w-!3 a fl-crt i-l.-rMiri_- to me — and 11 eur...

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

T^ffiH^^- DOBBIB'S ^l^n PATENT SOWER wB|B| HAS AGAIN TAKEN jjjHBf* FIRST PRIZE BRONZE MEDAL ?'^HFIS^ Croat February Exhibition or tne Royal ^JB&mf^M Agricultural Society held last month. Sri 1 SSWSA3S :t£?,sS.vsl, i- — * — - - not4«i«.biubelp!r«n— Y-ur. .rely, -iJAMES S,|ITH- M.itl.i.J, T.P., Mj.lSIS.' Madrintete, Brassfomiders, etc., I GAWLER PLACE, ADELAIDE. ;B. p R B B O B, Blacksmith, ^k ^g£zf Wheelwright, Machinist, ^^^^^^ Etc., Etc. COACHB UILDEB. 'All kinds of Ironwork, New and Repairs, effected at tlie I Shortest Notice, and at Reasonable Prices. Satisfaction Guaranteed. ] 1 Horses Carefuixt Shod. Palisading Made. I * ABERDEEN. W. ANDERSON, Wholesale and Betail Boot and Shoe Maker, COWSIWERCIAL-STREET, KOORINCA. A LARGE STOCK OF EXGrLISII A^D COLONIAL MADE BOOTS AKD SHOS ALWAYS ON HAND, j ? * — ? — ! TbADE SCPPIIED AT itODEEiTE PlIICES. BK^IHS KeATXY EXECPTED. Oedeus Peosiptlt Attexded to. i Just received a Large Stock of IADIES' LASTING BOOTS, Latest Style CHARLES C...

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

mSCELLAHEOUS. AXWEST FISCHER'S STAR WASHHTG MACHLTSTE, DIECtfLATING FLUE BOILER, AKD I CLOTHES WBIKCEK. PATENTS APPLIED FOB. TQB S1AE WASHIKG MACHINE cleanses a email tubful of clothes in five minutes with less irjury than by hand ; it is easy to work, «nd being made in three si zee, Bnd entirely of metal, is very durable. ?'FISCHEE'S PEESS,' For Wringing Clothes. The Press is more speedy in action than eny Wringer, it will not tear off any button', nor ir.iure t'.ie finest fabric?. Prices, 20s. -FISCHER'S CIRCULATING FLUE BOILEE.' The fu'-TEOJ i? so srranged ttist tlic- hc«t has to c-:rei;'sU' srou.id tne iv::I.«- several tinics :j-'ro-o es ??'?;;!'???, s gresA -?s-:rjj of l.':as e:;d fuei is cciru-si by using ill? above boiler. TKS1IMOSIALS. « Ovingbaro, March 7, 1S79. « Mr. A. Fischer, ' Bear Sir— I have much pleasure to testify that t!.e Star Washing Machine supplied by vou has eivi-r- me gre t satisfaction, and I can 'ir'^liiv riro«'.O!«jd iheeavae. Webave washed o;fo«i;t'u£« q...

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Our Water Supply. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 21 March 1879

Oar Water Supply. At last the Corporation lias been supplied with the data they desired as to the ?water question. At the last mftetin«r of the Council a letter from the Commissioner was r°.ad winch covered a report from the Hydraulic Engineer which we print in full in the body of the report of the proceedings of the Council, and from it -ore are able to judge pretty accurately as to what we must pay to obtain che water supply about which so much has been written ard spoken during the past four cr five months. It will be seen that the Engineer approves of the proposal to obtain water from the well near Kooringa, and it is e\ ident that he con siders the supply will be ample for this end of the town as he eren proposes to carry the pipe from it on to Aberdeen. This idea is decidedly a mistaken one for Aberdeen is already well supplied from the Bon Accord Mine -which is much nearer, and ve believe also on a higher level. The estimated cost of a service to two , standpipes, one in Mark...

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Magistrates' Court Redruth. FRIDAY, MARCH 14. [Before Messrs. P. Lane, J. P., and E. Lipse[?]t, J P.] [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 21 March 1879

Magistrates' Court Eediuth. Fbidat, Mahch 14. T Before Messrs. P. Lane, J P., end E. Li: set, L JP.l George Davis was charged wi;ii mcifcrntiy issuliing AUl« MiCnbe at the UIiil- Bnoge, Kooringa, on the night of the lSiti inst. Alice MoCahe denosed that the prisoner walked with tier on me tvening 01 tno xnu bs tur » mr Hosf ital, as she was going for some marplit:g elotbee. Oa the evening -f the 12th he Hrkcd her to go for a walk. She coasei.teci to go as far as the Post Office, and then went tt. to the Mine Bridge. He wanted her to go towards the mine, but ehe refused, ssying the trust return home, as she had promiseu to be there at 10 o'clock. The aseult was then committed. Prisoner threatened to stick her with a knife if she cream-d. Thne men then came to her Ot-s-stariGe. Hugh Anderson, draper's assist ant heard screaming when he was on the read on the evening of the 12th near the MineEtcre, I On going a little further be heard a woman say, ' Don't, don't be the death of a poor ...

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

SELFISHNESS IS A MOST DESPICABLE PfiOPEN SITY. Kow what shall we say of the man who obtains every conceivable sort of machine to assist him in his work, but leaves his partner to toil laboriously over the washing without tbe -invaluable aid of a' MACHINE and WEIRGER, and do all the IBOfillfG afterwards without a JlASiGLE? We Refrain bom Baying what we think, but leave it to its own conscience and the gentle persuasive power of bis JDongBufifer ing wife. But this much we will venture on observing, that a PERFECT CURE at £i or a COMMON SENSE at £i 10s., or a EUliEKAat £5, eituer of these, especially with a WRINGER attached, varying from 353. to 55., is eminently calculated to PRO MOTE DOifESTIC HAPPINESS ; and with a MANGLE from 20s. to £8 10s, and a WASHING TROUGH at 20s., end s PORT ABLE COPPESof course, from 55s. to £5., — when ell these are obtained the CUP (or tub) of happiness is apt to overfl jw, cold mutton vanished), concord prevailetb, hope bnddeth -afresh, the cat purreth u...

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

Midland Road Board. ?RrnrRTOX- TtTESDAT. MaBCH 18. Present— H. T. Morris.Esq. (Luairmanj.ana t^ommUfioners Kellv, and Uowden. The Surveyor, and the Secretary. UrsUTES. T» e minutes of last meeting were read and confirmed. CoKItESFOXDENCE. Kncx & Gwynn« wrote making enquiry a-- to hnd taken frm Mr. J. D CW. Mo,.ey paid. Flrmiug, Bouc-iut and A^bton anplin1 lor £18 10* said to be due to K. Williams Uo|wr 'SYakefi-ld f r la:id taken Jor rosd t urPo«e*. Mrnev paid, June lS'li, 1S78. C.iinal Koari Board i otifiVd that the fl.,, fiurr^or l»-a b^» «otr»otcJ to o»ll for tender.* 'or !he bridge cw the L^gnt on the K»Dunda and Truro road. Reeved. Di«trii-t Council of Port Waktfield called the attention of Hip B ard to bad s ate of rosd near t*o miW *»«nnn '''« »» »-M P^««« that the vn:rk -h-..-uV.i be done. BeiVrred 10 Cono mi'ioncr Public Works. The same Cou'-.cil asked that the road from the P.rt to Lcchiel should be recommended to be placed rn li'e Shedu'e tf Ciain roads. J{e*e-re'...

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

Fastot Satisfied. — One of the most genrr m-s f- Hows in this or any other country (says I ''JEgles' in the Australasian), al; bough fond of I ppor1-, never makes wagers. Some time ago he I brought a flatraeer jointly with a friend who! does pile the dollars on when he hies the I prospect of a win. The other day, at Qeelong tbe joint-account horse ran the winner to a cose Bnd tbe betting owner having failed to land 0. 1 large stake was jnst a little disappointed, not 1 only for himself but for his co-owrer (who hud joined in the purchase at his insligatior} Comingup to his friend, he began— 'Veiy eorrr, old fellow — quite disappointed.' 'What I for?' said tbe bland person addressed, calmly rubbing his hand*, 'the horse came very re» r winning ; and we've got second money — £20.' He was perfectly happy. BoUowag* PUU.—Ksay Digestion.— These admirable ? ills cannot be too highly appre ciated for the wholeaeme power they evert over all disorders of the stomach, l-er, bowels, and kidneys...

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Rabbit Destruction. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 21 March 1879

Babbit Destructior. Mr. T. Warnes, J.P., has banded us the Following letter from the Australasian wh?ch b9 thinks worthy ol notice and indeed any dis coveries for the curpes? named are importa; t to landholders in -his district. JSotbing is 1 said about the kind of chemicals used and tl « j information is therefore very incomplete but we suppose thai the makers intend to make e j profit out of their secret if possible. 1 * ? TO THE EDITOB OP THE ATJSTIUI.ASIAS'. j «- Sir, ? We beg to draw your attention to a j new rabbit *x'erminator, of which we are now j the sole makers, end to refer you to the testi monial accoJrpaDyirg the acyertJFemenf. Tl e first warren treated was dug out about Ihrre hours afterwards, and 28 dead rabbits were i teken ouf, no live rabbits remaining. The second warren contained 30 dead rabbits, and the third, which was picked at random out of a number done two days previously, contained j I 35 rabbits all dead. Ihe machire consists of ! I an iron cylinder, in w...

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

BURRA TIMBER YARD AKD STEAM SAW MILLS. ? o ? - DEALS- DEALS- DEALS- _ I. & G. FLOOBIKGL .-_.. ? CEDAR, GUM. V:.-:-JABBAlT. STBMGYBABE. KAUBI, CLEAB, AND HUON Pmj|. ^^ Galvanized lton. Galvanized Iron. Galvanized Iron. Bidoin^, Guttering, Piping, Cement, Plaster of Paris, Paints, OHp, Gkss, Hearth Stones, 3 ** Bnd every description of iSuilding Material. ^!GK & W. SARA & DUNSTAN, Siildei-S and Timber Merchants, PROPBIETORS OF THE BUERA BRICK YARDS. ^' AGENTS FOB THE IMPEEIAL IKSUBANCE COMPANT. COMMERCIAL STREET, KOORINGA. W. L. H. BRUSE, Cabinetmaker, Builder and Undertaker. ? o ? N.B. — Funerals furnished on the shortest notice, and on the most reasonable terms. IMS. BANKS, jJJSk LftTE UNICORN BREWERY, KOORINGA. PALE XX AED XXX MILD, STRONG, AND SPARKLING ALES Guarentetd Pure and Wholesome. BEBWEB of the Celebrated XX and XXY STOUT POETEB. 66 JOSEPH DUNSTAN, GROCER, DRAPER, AND GENERAL STORE DEALER, NEAR WESLEYAN CHAPEL, 3ESZ C^ ^^ X& 3L 93' Gr ^^- . ...

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