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

6EHEBAL BUSINESS. | M. K1NGSBOROUGH, LICENSED LAND BROKER Amos ESTATE AGENT, ' lets for Selectors in taking up Land under the [?snds Consolidation Act of 1877. SELECTOBS ASSISTED in purchasing heir holdings. LAND PURCHASED at Auction Sales, MONEY TO LENll at CDB.EENT KATES, according to amount and value of security. M. EINGSBOEOUGH, Advertiser Buildings, King William-street, Adelaide. James Russell, GAEPENTER, BUILDER, UNDERTAKER, HALLETT. Timber, Iron,. and Building' Materials,. of every description on Sale. Stoneinan & CoxelL, STEAM FLOUR MILL, YARCOWIE. Flour, Bran, and Pollard always on hand. Wheat Bought. Bags Lejtt. TEAMS WANTED for Carting. EW. O'HAILGBAK BiliEIBTEK AKD SOIICITOS &.C JAMESTCWS. Money to lend. BY SPECIAL REQUEST. SICKFOKXk'S Infants1' Preservative IS NOW BROUGHT BEFORE THE rCBLIC. Tails Preservative has proved itself to be. one of the few really reliable and safe remedies yet discovered to allay the sufferings incident to children, and having q...

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Original Poetry. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 21 March 1879

Original Poetry. When thou art old nnrj sitting quiet] y li f Jre the eWrful fire on jour lirar.h, rii -n ihink of him wlio bids pood-bye to thee, Perhaps for evar ou this lovely earth. Lunk then intently on the red-hot coals, iilov« uol a muscle re»tiDg in your chair (And 1 v. ill rt'ijture from the kee/i of soul.'), A«j thou ehali see miaei:nage glowing there. Ats-i if my likeness wears & peaceful hue, Without 8 irafe-t of remone or i-ai ?? (Like good men's faces iu ttieir eoffiiie di), Ihou uiav'st be certain we ehall meet again. 13 ut if there lines sre clothed with gloom aud i hose harrowed linrs their liiitory will te'l ; Ti-«n as tny features fI-.wIv di«*pr-ear iireaihe ihoa & eolemu, tileiit Fere tree well. BOB. ? ♦ ? — I mn a friend, who Lad the power To banish care from every heart, list for awhile at any hour, And lorrjw would from you depart. Tbp cheerful laugh would soon displace Tne sigh too frequent and too long, And cv«»ry wrinkle on your faca Would s...

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

AT THE FARM. NKAK FAHRELL'S FLAT. On Monday, March 24. AT 1 O'CLOCK, SHARP. IMPORTANT GENUINE CLEARIG-   OUT SALE. FARM 635 ACRES, HUNDRED OF STANLEY. LITE A^Tl DE4D FARMT.Va STOCK, SEED WHEAT, &c , &c. COLES & GOOD CHILD are favoured with instructions from Mr. William Hudson (who ia absolutely re   imqirishing farmine) to sell by auction on' the lami, *s abcve, at One o'clock therp — The Whole of $j:s LAND and LITE and HEAD FAB1IISO STOCK, S«ed * Wheat, &-?., as follows — THE LANi- Comprises SECTIONS Xos. 1SS, ISO, 190, 3S0, 3S1, 3S3, 3SS, and 3SS HUN DRED OF STANLEY, containing in all 635 Acres of Splendid AGRICUL TURAL LAND, Franing, all new and Sheep-pro'f ; abundance of Permanent Good -.? ster. With substantial im provements, consist ins -f 4 roomed Sfone IIousp, Sioue Stables SO feet by 1 '- feet, Barn, Uarnegs ltoom, 2 Stock Yards, Pi& S'yes, ic, and Splendid (r-udtn (i-lose fenced) planted wiib Crici-e Fruit T...

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Local Court Redruth. FRIDAY, MARCH 21. FULL JURISDICTION. [Before Messrs. G. B. Scott, S. M., J. D. Cave, J. P., and T. Warnes, J. P.] [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 28 March 1879

Local Court Eedruth. Fbt&a*, Maech SI. 9 OXL JUBI6DICTIOS. [Before Messrs. G. B. Scott, S.fiff., J. D.Cdve, JJP_ and T. Warnes, J.P.I UOSSE t. J1T1N.— £21, journey from Adelaide, and medical fee for advice and con sultation with Dr. Wesbitt in October, 1876. Mr. Hosier for Dlaintiff: Mr. Carter for aetenaant. JJr. xtesDitt proved tbat be was attending defendant at the Don Accord Hotel, Aberdeen, in September and October, 1876. and that defendant's mother .told him she iiad tele graphed lor Dr. Gosse. He met Dr. Goese at the station next morning. Ihey eaw. the patient together and bad a consultation* Dr. Gosse proved receipt of telegram. He had not filed it, and on application for copy at Tele graph Office found that after six months all telegrams were destroyed. For defendant it wss contended ttat he Iiad not personally 'sent for Dr. Gosse, and was not, therefore, responsible. Verdict for plaintiff. ijmitsd JVBisDicnoN. [Before Messrs. G. B. Scott, S.M., J. D. Cave, J JP, T....

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

HolloKaye, Pills and Ointment.— Glad Tid ings. — Some constitutions have a tendency to rheumatism, and are throughout the year borne down by its protracted tortures. Let euch sufferers bathe the sff cted parts with warm brime, and afterwards tub in 'his sooth ing Ointment. They will find it the bset means of lessening their agony, end, assisted by Hollo way's Fills, the surest way of overcoming their disease. More need uot be said than to request a few day's trial of this safejand sooth ing treatment, by wliish the disease wil ultimately ba completely swept away. Pains that wotJd make a giant shudder are assuaged without difficulty by Holloway'e easy rnd inexpensive remedies, wiii.-Ii xomfort by mod crating the throbbing vessels and calming the excited nerves. MISCELLANEOUS. AlWm FISCHER'S STAB WASHING HACHEHE, dRCULATUrCr FLXTE BOILER, AND CLOTHES WRINGER. PAIENTS APPLIED f OB. THE STAB WASHING MACHINE ciranwe a tludll tubfal of clothes in fir, minutes iritn less injury than by han...

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COMMERCIAL. MELBOURNE STATION PRODUCE REPORT. J. H. CLOUGH & Co.'s REPORT. March 19. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 28 March 1879

COMMERCIAL. MELBOURNE STATION PRODUCE REPORT. J. H. Clougu & Co.'e Repoet. Wool. — We held a sale at our warehouses an Monday last, which was very well attended considering that the season may now be said to be clof-ei. The unsatisfactory telegrams re ceived berereDortwg the progress ot the liondoo February series of sales hava had tfee eff-'it of causing a decline here. There was, however, good competition, end the prices teal'zed were fully up to the level of those established since receipt of the advices above referred to. Tbe catalogue comprised 230 bales Greapy, selling at7d to ll£1 ; and scouted, lid to Is Ifdper lb. Shxepsexks. — The market has not been qiite so firm, end prices are more in favor of buj.re: We have cleared off a large supply et ibe following prices, viz.: — For butchers' pelts, Is to 2s 4d ; Fnllwooled, 3s to 4e ; Ifln.btkiue, Is to 2s 6 i ; and dry tking, 2s to 4; 6d each ; and station skins, in ba'e3,-4d to 6d per lb. Hides. — We-have to - report a ...

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

FINAL NOTICE. | ALL ACCOUNTS Due to ; Mr. C. OHLMEYER if not paid on of before tlie 1st of . APRIL, Legal Proceedings j will be taken to recover the j same. j C. OHLMEYER. | March 21, 1879. THE NATIONAL BANK OF ?¥T-MEffiiOSi3PA:T.* THE HALF-YEAFttrr BALANCE of ACCOUNT rS takes j^Uce on tbe 31st insr., and Customers are requested to forward their Pass-books to be makeup. f W. II. ROSMAN, Jan., .??'; : ? Manager. With the next issue will begin a new Quarter, and , we would remind our readers that the Subscrip tions is 2s. 6d. if paid dur iner the first month of the of the Quarter, and 3s. if paid after that. A PAPER FOR THE SURRA ATSfD -THE NORTH-EAST. BURBA, FRIDAY, MARCH 21, 1S79.

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CORRESPONDENCE. YARCOWIE, March 26. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 28 March 1879

CORRESPONDENCE. From our own CorrespondentB.) TABCOWIB, fi&rch SS. We are m quiet people in this: adgbborboot and with all so modest that ft' is 'very rare-» that we let the outside wteld know that we are in existence ; in fast ^donUknpw that I have ever seen 'any notice of the doinga of -our fblka recorded in jonr paper. Wium wa agitate bit/ tbbtgjgixia Mauj wa do get atimd aoanetune^J ?rekeepittooiinselre«,aratinoatare contep irith*lktlecotBeEfajd ?w^jiif the Aaeiafe papers, instead of advertising in the Bun* paper and so inducing a reporter to come from there and take notes of ne. Oneof our red letter days was IConday last when persons of all ages and shades of opinion congregated together not only from oar own immediate neigh bo uj hood but ako firom Canowie, Ulooleo, Terowie and else»bere to *ay 'good bye sad good *peed*'to' the Bev. Mr. Hanton who is eboat to leave us for the Northern Territory. Of coarse there was a tea meeting and the trays were given from the differ...

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Road Board Election. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 28 March 1879

Road Board Election. Last week's Gazelle contained a pro clamatfon under the Roads Act that deservess ome attention at our hands. 35y the Act itis directed that nominations to fill the vacancies on the Board shall be seat in by tlie various Corporations and District Councils on or before the 31st of March, and about a month since nomination forms were sent : round to those bodies to fill up. Most of these have ere this been sent in to the office wish three names upon them. The Gazette notice of last week hovrever, directs that only two members are to be thus appointed and the question now is, why has this information been so long withheld ? It seems to us probable thatnearly the whole of the Corporations and District Councils will be disfran chised for if they have, as recommended by the Association of DistrictChairmen, nominated tJiree gentlemen the '.papers will be invalid. The number to be elected should have been notified when the papers were sent round to be filled in but As it...

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Open Column. MOUNT BRYAN DISTRICT COUNCIL To the Editor of the Record. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 28 March 1879

Onen Column. The Editors do not hold themselves respon sible for the opinions expressed in this columns MOU2TT BRYAN DLSrRTCT COUJJCIL To the Editor of the 'Record. Sis— 1 am not much acquainted with public matters, but cannot help thinking there must *be something wrong in the way *ke Council ! business is conducted. One of the Councillors (Mr WattV) resigned h\a teat in the Council several weeks ago, and although four days have been appointed for a fresh election, the vacancy is still open, and the business of the Council conducted by four instead of five members. On the first occasion, I believe, the cause o- no appointment was a good and sufficient -one, as no nomination was sent in to the Beturnin&Offieer at'ihe proper time.but on each subsequent occasion, I believe, a iei*dent of the district has been nominated and seconded, in proper form, bnt the Returning Officer has not pat in an appearance. It is very annoying to persons having bus iness with the Council, to find ...

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

PRIZE WINpWERSI PRIZE WINNOWERS 1 1 TO SAVEi^ABOR IS TO SAVE MONEY. JAMES WHEAT LEY, MACHINIST, KAPUNDA. Bees to inform tbe Farmers of the Colony that last season he had to DECLINE NO LESS THAN 57 ORDERS for his CELEBRATED PRIZE 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 thoe. requiring his Machines (the advantages of which are too well known to need dilating on' the expediency of SENDING IN their ORDERS W1SHOUT DELAY. these Machines CABKY MORE SIEVES than any other Winnowing Machines, having TWO DRAKE SIEVES. mr These Winnowers have taken first Prizes wherever exhibited. AGENIS— Jamestown, Thomas Carter ; K«dina, Brown & Sons ; Moonta, Warn .Bros.; Melrose, W. Marshall; Terowie, Thos. Hoslring ; Orroroo, Gmeiner Bros. EDWARD WILLCOCKS, MACHINIST, BLACKSMITH, & WHEELWRIGHT, Commercial-street, Kooringa. E, W. bees to inform tbe Public in general that he is now...

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BAROOTA, March 17th. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 28 March 1879

BAROOTA. March 17th. Some splendid rains fell here yesterday making the land in first-class order f jr grabb ing and ploughing, and making the farmers in $»tter spirits fjr some of them were commenc ing to think that no rain ever fell in Baroots. Our new port, Port GermeiD, is making great headway since it was sold. There are two stores already erected, a butcher's shop and Meeirs. Dandy & ShafTan thehead storekeapers hare erected a fine dwelling house of weather boards Mr. T. Miller and Mr. Fords teams are Terr busy carting stones for the erection of their hotel*. .

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

MEMOBANDUBIS PRINTED at the 'BUfiBA BKCOBJ)' OFFICE. SELFISHKESS IS A MOST DESPICABLE PEOPEN SITy. Now what shall we say of the man who obtains erery conceivable sort of machine to assist him in bis work, but leaves his partner to toil laboriously over the washing without the invaluable aid of a MACHINE and WRINGER, and do all the IRONING afterwards without a MASGLE? We Befrain fiom saying what we think, but leave it to its own conscience and the gentle persuasive power of his Longsuffer ing wife. But this much we will venture on observing, that a PERFECT CUBE at £4 or a COMMON SENSE at £4 10s., or a EDBEKA at £5, either of these, especially with a WBIfiGtiR attached, varying from 35s. to 55., is eminently calculated to PRO MOTE DOMESTIC HAPPINESS ; and with a MANGLE from 20s. to £8 10s, and a WASHING TROUGH at 20s., and a PORT ABLE COPPER of course, from 55s. to £5., — wbec all these are obtained tbe CUP (or tab) of bappinesB is apt to overflow, cold mutton vunishetb, concord preva...

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Burra Corporation. SPECIAL MEETING. MONDAY, MARCH 24. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 28 March 1879

!. ? , . ? TTT ? 7^-; ? ; ? Burra Corporation; - bpeciaIi MEErmq. Mondav. lUvrjH 9/L ' . Prasent-^-His Woniiip tbe JIajor,and Crs. B»tchelor, Geake and White, l . ., /£lie HAros jsaid l|fi bod csUed tbp meeting becanseon Saturdav moraine' frfaentke&aiona came up to complete their wort on the' bridge, Messrs. Statton & Henderson Uaidiibniedtiiem admittance to -the grounds . fie: h*d then telegraphed to Messrs. Bonder &DashT0bd eo rtat they m%K ort uutten light jwd asked £-r an immediate rejdf, but Done hadihen ^Con day) came to faandi - '' ? * ' ' YVr. WHnxUifcooghteofiffionB^pg'ht ;te be aent down to intemew Bbiidej &l-aBb'vocd Jahd ascertain the cause for -|he4i-ng. delay ia ^rtrardimg the agreement for *tbe laitdjasd to try «nd settle it at ODOe. v 7, .^-' The Major enggeeted nnbAer' telegram ask ing for a reply and then if no' anairer' were obtained aoine ens sbonld be teat, or -some -rordjn^ght come by tbe post.- . , ] Cr. Of 1KB approviri of G*^W...

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Macleod of Dare. CHAPTER VII. THE DUCHESS OF DEVONSHIRE. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 28 March 1879

Macleod of Dare, CHAPTEB VII. THE DUCHBSB OF DETONBHIBB. (From Marper's Xagctrimi). Xate one night a carefully dressed alderly gentleman applied his latch-key to the door of a house in Bury -street, St. James's, and was about to enter without any great circumspec tion, when he was suddenly met by a white phantom, which threw him off his \*et, and dashed out* ard into the street. The language that the elderly gentleman used, as be picked himself up, need not be repeated here. Suffice it to say that the white phantom was the dog Oscar, who had been shut in a minute before by his master, and who now, after one or two preliminary dashes np and down the street, rery soon perceived the tall figure of Macleod. and made joyfully after him. Bat Oscar knew that he had acted wrongly, and was ashamed to show himself t so he quietly slant: along at his master's heels. The oonsequenoe of this wag that the few loiterers about beheld the very unusual spectacle of a tall young gentle man walking dow...

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

PATENT SOWER HiS AGAI2T TAKES FIRST PRIZE BRONZE MEDAL AT THE Great February Exhibition of tbe Royal Agricultural Society lield last month. The Fact of cur Sower having now tak :n 27 First Prizes in South Aistralia alonr is a conclusive proof cf its eurenority Cver all others. The best is the cheapest in the end. The following testimonial is a fair Simple of great numbers received from all part jf the country : — ' I have been rerv successful with the Sower I had frcm you. Having used the old 6tyle uf SeeJ Sower with the vertical distributor, I find tbe great advantage of your ho-izontal dis tributor. I can now spread the seed evenly 18 yards in one cas*. I sow about 15 acres per boar, *nd I s**e nearly q-iar^rr hushel of wLeat per acre by using your machine. 1 now put in Dot quite a bushel per acre.— Ycurs truly, 'JAMES SMITH, Maitland, Y.P., July, 1878.' If any of our Customers have our bower ai.d are not ihorougbly ealiefied with it, we ehall esteem ic a favor if they will drop u...

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To the Editor of the Record. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 28 March 1879

To the Editor of the Eecord. Sib— Will you allow me a short space in jour valuable journal, for although your paper is eminently apapted for the wants af the Korth and North-east. Xet Ton mast feel ''with South Australians in general a livsly interest in the Murray, with its great inland ?nd extensive navigable tributaries with a desire to- see a port for large ocean-going Tessds adspted to the wants of each a noble ?treats, with its extensive and still increasing traffic yet also witH a desire to see the public funds judiciously laid out. We hare heard a good deal, end have seen in the provincial papers letters on the subject of opening the Murray mouth to admit vessels of heavy toaage, allowing them to load and ride in safty at the Ooolwa, shipping directly the wool, copper ore and other produce brought dewn by the river steamers. When we look at our noble river and think of its magnificent inland facilities' for commerce extending for hundreds of miles inland it is often with fee...

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Magistrates' Court Redruth. REDRUTH, FRIDAY, MARCH 21. [Before Mr. G. B. Scott, 8.M. and Dr. Gosse J. P.] [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 28 March 1879

Magistrates' Court - Redrutli. RCDBtTTH, FfilDAT, MaSCH 21. [Bcfcn Mr. G. B. (Scott, 8.M. and Dr. Gone J P.I JabRDaiMM fcy Dvtriot Council Buger D'Brien :—Alfrmd Rallett was charged with burning stubble on his farm on March 10 between 10 and 11 o'clock cm. Defendant contended that it was nst stubble but thistles he was burning. Finest lowest penal y — £3 find cost?. August Frederick was charged with burning stubbie without comphiiig «itk the Act by having people to assist, Defendant pleaded t-ui.ty, but cat. tended that, being a foreigner, he tiid not kn *r (lie !.-«-. Fir.t-a £3 and cogts. [Mess'*. Cjvb and Warnes tesumeJ their seats] James Mclnnes pleaded guilty to being too far a.vajr livu- iiis testn to have iiroi_-»r control of :he:r4-at-d w:.s finrd 10.*. ad i-o's F'»r n.it i aving ligbts on his wa^oa he Tias Hued 10- and coptn. William Carey was charged with s'ealing a pair of trousers, value 12 , from Laurence JohnsOD, a man of color, at the Miners' Arms E joringa on the 20 ...

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

STOCK KEPoBT. Since last report the on!v tn^T-nn-n e t mi : importance aiuougst stock in the district areaa follows v'z.: — 6,000 store elic-ep from near Hie Surra for Point Lowly, onrjer Mr. Qr~o. Wdiiams, Mr. Uat'ereby in charge. 450st*-r. e-i.-.L- f,o-ii P.-»-« V.i- U-. Ihe Pr^akf u»v-.t Mr. 'i.:b .-ft ad.' . .i 3' f «l But'ritv-irrh. i neaie'owiuan'O ii' some i:iiie?j tuiits nor'h of iii-.- 1'r^s , 2JorthernJTcrritorv ttle^ranii l\\e. . .

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TOPICS. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 28 March 1879

Topics* Few public associations are more worthy of support than. Institutes and the Government has for many years recognised their value by granting annual subsidies In aid of their funds I beside almost entirely . supporting the Central Institute in Adelaide.. The ? distribution of the grant has taken place in -the past in proportion to the total income cf each Institute from all sources, but this year a new departure has been announced and the Minister of Education has seub round a circul^? stating that the whole of the income will not now be subsidized, but that til eums received as rent or hire for any portion of Institute buildings or dona tions in consideration of ±he same are to be deducted. Now in the case of several if not all of thelarger Institutes this is a'very serious thing : for instance in the Burra where the total annual in come is over £350 the sum received from the newly objected to itemsis no less than £200 and instead of a subsidy be ing receivable on £350 it on...

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