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

BURRA TIMBER YARD ASD STEAM SAW MILLS. 0 DEAL8- DEALS t*Q-. FLOOBIHO. _ ^^ aD'- SSBSaiaf. G, & W. SARA & DUNSTAN, Builders and Timber Merchants, PBOPBIErOBS OF THE BUKBA BEICK TABDS. m- aoebts tob ME MPEBm.mBPmMOiii coiaiss. STt^V fSm B^^Brf v JOMMERCIAL STREET, KOORINGA. W. L H. BRUSE, Cabinetmaker, Builder and Undertaker. N.B.— Funerals famished on the shortest notice, and on the lost reasonable terms. MRS. BANKS, Late   (W.H.BANKS,)             UNICORN BREWERY, KOORINGA.               PALE XX AND XXX MILD, STRONG AND SPARKLING BEBWEB of the Celebrated XX and XXX STOUT PORTER. JOSEPH DUNSTAN, GROCER, DRAPER, AMD GENERAL STORE DEALER I NEAR WESLEYAN CHAPEL, ? o ? 1ST.B.- Poultry and Daily Produce Bought and Sold. imperceptibility! X their bnstoe- as Ao»tfb 1j^S^XmtIVM in Australasia to t...

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

BUSINESS DIBECTORY. ^^..~' *' q-.«rter, 2*. discount if paid in advene*. AUCTIONEERS. LISTON, SHAKES & CO., Kooringa COLES k GOODCHILD, Kooringa. BOTCHERS. C. and E. GEBHABDT, Aberdeen. BAKES. F. GEBHABDT, Kooringa. BOOTMAKERS. W. ANDERSON, Kooringa. CORN DEALERS. J. KOACH, Burra MilL INSURANCE COMPANIES. AUSTRALIAN MUTUAL PROVI DENT.— A. H. Foedek. COLONIAL MUTUAL. — F. W. Holder. SOUTH BRITISH FIRE INSUR ANCE. — F. W. Holder. MACHINISTS. STATTON & HENDERSON, Kooringa. IMPORTERS. DREW & CO., Kooringa. GENERAL BUSIHESS. PROPERTIES FOR SALE. APPIIiA. pO-t ACRES Known » SULLIVAN'S OOl afirst-dsss Farm in good hew*, aU ploughab'-e a lmrge portion has been cropped only once. Plenty water, rrn ACKE8, dose to the Township, *)*)£ well improved, plenty of Water. BELALIE. 1020 !S£tSl«^S** ^ 'W LACK BOCK. ntrt* ACRES, adjoining Pekina, one of the 67 6 MortCiniinient6 Farms in ibe North, and Good Land. CLAQ VCBES, capitally improved. Fine 548 land, dose to fiailway, as ...

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

? t GEHEEAL BU8IHEBS. M. KINGSBOROUGH, LICENSED LA2JD BBOKEB AHD ESTATE AftENT, Acts for Selectors ic taking up Land under the Lends Consolidatioa Act of 1877. SELECTOBS ASSISTED in purchasing their holding!. ? LAND PUBCHASED'at AuetionSales. MONET TO LEND at CUBBEHT BATES, aocordisg to amount and Talue «f security. M. EJSGSBOBOTTQH, AaTertiserBiuTdm^KingWfflism^beet, Adelaide. James Russell, CABPENTER, BUILDER, AHD UNDERTAKER, HALLETT. Timber, Iron, and Building Material*, of every description on Sale. Stoneman & Coxell, STEAM FLOUR MILL, YARCOWIE. Hour. Bran, and Pollard always O* fcwi. I Wheat Bought. I Bags Lekt. I TEAMS WASTED for Carting, I EW. O'HAILOEAK Bakeibtee ass Souodob 4c. I JAMfiSTCWK. Money to lend. __BY SPECTAL BEQITOST^ | Infants' Preservaiive a HOW BBOTOHT BKFOEE IB «I*™' THIS Preserraliw has prorod iteelf to be one of the few really reliable and safe remedies yet discovered to allay tiie suffisrings incident to chBdran, and hating quickly gamed Che confid...

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

AUCTIONS. BURS A. MONIffLY JtABfcEl-. EOOKISGA . Friday, April 4. AT OSE O'CLOCK SttAEP. LIST ON, SHAKES, & CO. w.ll sell as abore — 3000 '*JHS£a™ 3000 On account Peter Waite, E*q. — -1,500 Fit Wethers, from Paratoo Ou account Jleoeis. Couch. Bros. — 500 Store Wethers On Account ilr. Heory Dunn — 150 Fat E wpp, also 200 4, 6 & S-tooth Ewe* in lamb -On account Mr. A. Coou ? 400 Ewe8,iu lamb ro Lincoln rams On account Meaare. Ward Bros.— '250 Fat Ewea 'I'-! K FAT AND STORE lie a-Xt^ - CATTLS. -LJ-ti On account Peter Waite, S*q. — 40 Fat Bulloc-k?, from Par&toc— On account William Cockrum, Etq — 15 Fat Bullocks On account Mr. Charles Price — SO Head Store Cattle ©a another account — 25 Head SI x.d Cattle, including Six Good Steers On account Messrs. Ward Bros. 15 Head Splendid. Beef HORSES, &c, Lo-, &c. On Friday, March 28. AT THE FARM, GUMBO WIE, SEVEN MILES NvBIH OF TEROWIE. BY OBDER OF THE TRUSTEE OF ME ASSIGNED ESrATE OF WILLIAM FilZPAIRiCE:....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 4 April 1879

PRIZE WINHOWERS! PRIZE WINNOWERS!! TO SAVM LABOR IS TO SAFE MONEY. JAMES ^aThEATLEY, ^TAOHINIST, KAPOTDA. Begs to inform the Farmers of the Colony that last season he had to DECLINE SfO LESS THAN 57 ORDERS for his CELEBRATED PSIZE WINNOWING MACHINES, In consequent of suen orders being kept back so long. As there is every prospect of a good harvest ncit eeaeon, J. W. would urge on those requiring his Machines (the advantages of which are too well known to need dilating on) the txpediency of 8 ENDING IN their OEDEBS W1THOU11 DELAY. These Machines CARKY MOBE SIEVES than any other Winnowin» Machines having TWO DRAKE SIEVES. ?KB- These Winnowers have taken First Prizes wherever exhibited. AGENTS— Jamestown, Thomas Carter; Eadina, Brown & Sons; Moonta, Warn .Bros.; Melrose, W. Marshall j Terowie, Thos. Hosking ; Orroroo, Gmeiner Bros. ' EDWARD WIIiLCOCKS, MAC&I&IST, BLACKS3IITH, & WHEELWRIGHT, Commercial-street, Kooringa. E. W. begs to inform tbe Public in ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 4 April 1879

'^gB^^P BOBBIE'S! ^^^Q PATENT SOWER JE^HBE iHAS AGAIN TAKEN jflMN^ FIRST PRIZE BRONZE MEDAL JUJj^Bfl^^ftfes* 1AT THK 1: jPO*Jft^ Cireat February Exhibition of the Royal J|^Pj£££Qlg_\&g^iciiltiiral Society held last month. The Fact of our Sower having now tak n 27 First Prizes in South At strata alonr is a conclusive proof of its superiority over all others. The beet is the cheapest in the end. Tbe following testimonial is a fair sample of great cumbers received from all part of the ccuntty : — ' I have been very successful with the Sower I had from you. Having used the old style of Scei Sower with the vertical distributor, I find the great advantage of your ho-'zontal dis tributor. I can now spread the seed evenly 18 yards in one cas*. I sow about 15 acres per hoar, and I save nearly quarter bushel of wheat per acre by using your machine. I now put in not quite a bushel per acre. — Yours truly, 'JAMES SMITH, Maitland, Y.P., July, 1878.' If any of eur Customers have our Sower...

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Burra Corporation. MONDAY, MARCH 31. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 4 April 1879

BarraG-Corporation. Moitdat. March 31. Present — His Worship the Mayor, Gra. Bidgway, White, Oeake, Batchelor, and Bariholoirtejs, and the Town Clerk. MIKUTE8. Minutes of last meeting were read and confirmed. &EUIS8I0X OF BiTIS. Mrs. Dryer and Mrs. Press sought and ob tained exemption from payment of rates. Eeposts, The Finance Cjmmitfce reported ©» the probable income and expenditure for the year shewing an estimated deficiency of £507, and recommending that £430 be borrowed au&that nane but neccessary works be gone on with. The Oreneer reported as fvliawg — OvEESBEa Of WOBEB BEEORT. My attention haiioj been called to the fence pro tecting the footway bom the m^1'1 load in front oi Mr. CogUn's, I inspected tbe Eaiueaad found it very dilapidated, it should be removed and a new one erected Bat I presume it- is in- the boundary of the Midland Boad Board. Mr. WooJacott has ffnfshed the roads in North Ward but there should be a catch drain made by the side of the one fro...

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The Future Interests of South Australia. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 4 April 1879

The Future Interests of South Australia. It is the custom at all car public banquets to toast the three interests of the colony, the .Agricultural, Pastoral and Milling interest*, -aod sometimes a fourth — tbe Commercial interest — is added, and in reference to, each we hear repeated well-worn saying*, together wih some matters that ar 3 £Ug*esttd perhaps by the character of the occasion, but how .rarely do wo adequately consider the import ance of each of these individually to us, and the necessity for watching carefully over their welfare. It wfll be noticed that the three chief ? fci^n.q, 'IPP*! fyrfl'pntf J iwvigninprl relate to our produce. We1 do not prosper as a people as do some oiherr, by trade, and our existence ?-and advancement do not depend, like those of the merchant, on what passes through our hsnds between the producer and tbe consumer -neither are we in the position of the consumer himself, receiving that he may have tbe more to tn'.ke use of, but in the jotitiom of...

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The English Wheat Market. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 4 April 1879

The English Wheat Market. The following article, taken from a San Fran cisco paper, will be interesting to farmers and others ; — The wheat which is consumed in Great Britain is grown in all parts of the world (Jmciai Jllagusn statist ca give tbe louowing as the countries from which it is i-nported : — Austria, British North America, IndU, Chili, .Denmark, Egypt, Franc \ G.-rmany, Holland, Utassta, Spain, Swedes, Turkey, and the United States. E'iropj, Ana, Africa, and the Western Hemisphere are laid under contribution. S ;me idea of tbe vastness of this trade hs inferred from the fact that the importations of wheat and flour ofja single j ear aggregate over fi ty millions of centals. The United State?, including the Pacific coast usually supply about 40 per c.nt of all that is consumed. Russia comes next. Recently, however, India has appeared as a strong catnpetitor. During thr- last few years this great commerce has been very much deranged by war. \\ hiie liie struggle between RuE...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 4 April 1879

BURRA TIMBER YARD AKD STEAM SAW MILLS. ? 0 ? DEALS- DEALS T. & a. FLOOBOTG. CEDABi GUM, JAESAH. STRUSGTBAEK KAURI, CLEAR, ASD HtJON PINKS. DBAY SHAFTS. Galvanized Iron. Galvanized Iron. Galvanized Iron. Ridging, Guttering, Piping, Cement, Plaster of Paris, Paints, Oil?, Glass, Hearth Stones, an i every description of liuiiding Material. a, & W. S AR 4 & DUNSTAN, Builders and Timber Merchants, .i^B2E5:i=&3D3E5S335ir. PROPRIETORS OF THE BURRA BRICK YARDS. m~ AGENTS FOR THE IMPERIAL INSURANCE COMPANY. COMMERCIAL STREET, KOORINGA. W. L. H. BRUSE, Cabinetmaker, Builder atid Undertaker. ? 0 ? N.B. — Funerals furnished on the shortest notice, and on the most reasonable terms. ? #r ? ??- ? ??--V---- '.. MRS. BANKS, jC?5*k UTE CWST. 1BL. tt A.H8 WCSS,) UNICORN BREWERY, KOORINGA, PALE XX AKD XXX MILD, S^BOUfa, AND SPARKLING ALES Guaranteed Pure and Wholesome. BREWER of the Celebrated XX and TTK' STOUT POETER. 66 JOSEPH DUNSTAN, CROCER, DRAPER, AND GENERAL STORE...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 4 April 1879

SELFisrorass IS A MOST DESPICABLE PfiOPENt SITS. Kow what shall we say of le nun who obtains erery conceivable )rt of machine to assist him in his work, but aves his partner to toil lab- rio ?ely over the 'ashing withrut the invaluable aid of a lACrllSE and WRINGER, and do all lie IBOSIN6 afterwards without a IAKGLE? We Refrain fiom saying what re think, but; leave it to its own conscience and be gentle pcrsuasire power of hie Longsuffer ig wife. .But this much we will venture on bservinp, that a PERFECT CUEE ar £i rt COMMON SiiNSE at £4 10s., or a iCilEKA at £5, eitber of these, especially fith a WBISGJiB attached, varying from !5s. to 55., is eminently calculated to PRO MOTE DOMESTIC HAPPINESS ; and with . MANGLE from 20?. to £8 10a, and a CASHING TROUGH at 20a., and e PORT ABLE COPPER of course, irom 55s. to£5.,— rhec all these are obtained tiie CUP (or tub) if happiness ia apt to ovoifliw, cold mutton 'tnishetb, concord prevailelb, hope bnddeth i&esb, the cat purrelh upo...

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Our Northern Territory. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 4 April 1879

Our Northern Territory. Who cannot remember the flourish of trumpets ?which ushered in our assump tion of the Government of the Northern Territory, the great expectation of sanguine people of fortune making out of the town and country blocks, and the general anticipation of profit to accrue to the rest of the colony by its union with the tropical- regions? Greater, hopes have not oftsn been expressed and surely never have hopes proved more illusive than those. Blunder after blunder has marked the history of the settlement in the past, and perhaps the only result, till now, has been the clear demonstration of the incapacity, and want of administrative ability of our rulers. As we call to mind the differ ent attempts to carry out the survey and the difficulties with the land com pany ; and as we mark the sIott but sure growth of the debt of the settle ment, caused through expensive systems of Government, and remember that not only have we l-een made in this way responsible for a large...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 4 April 1879

MaUoway'* Ointment and Pills. — Debilitated Constitutions. — When climate, age, or head ships, have undermined the health, f kin diseases are prone to arise and augment tbe existing weakness. Ilolloway'a medicaments daily prove most serviceable, even under fie most untoward circaaj6tancea. Tow well- known and highlv-citecmcd uDgnent possesses the finest balsamic virtues, which eoothe and heal without inflaming cr irritating the most tender skin or rrsc?t senehive s;re. Holloway's Ointment and' Piiis nre int'eitu;l-; for curing bad legs, vanC-oM- vti^f, t»vei'.-tl atikles, erysipelas, ecfcly skin, -kr-ii every variety of skin disease. Over al these disorders Holloway's remedies «xert a-quick snts f«vor abL] action, and, when cure is possible, gradu ally but certainly arrive at that congummatior. They are - invaluable is tbe cure of ecrofula airi scurry. Quips and Cranks. THE WOKTH OF OPIKIOH. K Isn't this charming ?' Said the ducks one to another as they sailed about in the hieh floo...

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Burra Jockey Club Races TUESDAY, 1ST APRIL [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 4 April 1879

Burra Jockey Club Saces TrrERDAV. 1st APRir,. (By a Special Reporter.) The third annual meeting which has taken place since tbe revival of the club nnder new auspices was held in the Westburr Paddock, kindW Diaced at the disnosal of die' committal by Messrs. Coirs and Goodchild on Tuesday, 1st ApriL Tbe time was fixed so as to endear* our to chime in wi-h other meetings, that ^j bones eent from Adelaide or tbe South to. tbe Great Northern meeting might be enabled without difficulty to take the Burra on their way home or to tbe Onksparinf a Baces ; tbe anticipated remit howeFer, hss not been fulfilled and although the Committee'* idea appears on papnr tafaare bya tbe right thing experience has shown that it will be better in futnw to & the time at a greater distance from that of other meetings. It will also be advise - able on f atari occasions to defer the handi capping until after tbe result of the Scrthem races is known in order that the handyupper. may hare tbe benefit of...

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Macleod of Dare. CHAPTER VIII. LAUREL COTTAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 4 April 1879

Macleod of Dare. CHAPXER VIII. lir^Et COTTiGF. A calm and dignified t fence is the brgt answer to t be iiencLaliaess of thirteen. Mia? 'White went on with the making of the euUd dressing. Sbe wss considered VcTV clever at it. Her lather had taught her ; but he never had the patience to carry out liia o*u precepts. Keaide?, brute force is sot wanted for the sForfe; whit you want is the self Jen j ing assiduity and Ihp dex'rous ii-jhtliande.1aess of a woman. A smart young maid-Sci-ratit, very tiixnly dressed, make her ap^ea a'icf1. 'Sir K^uti Macleod, mies,' said she. ?'On, Gc-r:y, you're Ciught,' mutterid the fitnJ. iixit Miss White was equal to tha ocoa*ion. The small white finger- plied the Lrk witliout a tremor. ' Ask him to step this way, plea3f,' ehe Eaid. And then the subtle imagination of fliis /?'raon of thir eeu jumped to another conclu H3D. ' Oh, Gerry, ron want to show him toat Ton arp ?» good housekeeper — that you can make ealad — ' B\xt the imp vraa silenced by ths apte...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 4 April 1879

M1SCELLANE0DS. To Capitalists and Others. TEBDEBS are invited ap till Noon of 1st APRLL, 1879, for the Pnrohase of the YONGrALA KAT1SG-HOUSE, situate in the Main Street in the Township of Toogala, on Allotment No. 7. containing Quarter Acre Lard. The House is substantially built of Stone, roofed with Iron, and contains FIVE LARGE ASD COMMODIOUS BOOMS. There is a Splendid WELL OF WATER on the Premises, and a very Convenient Under ground STOSEBOOM in rear of the House. Allotment Ho. 7, adjoining the above, end con taininf! Half Acre lend, on which an erected Sibstuntial Stockyards, at present used as Pound Yards. -,,,., 'Xheee two Allotments form a Splendid Block, and are well rituated in the bset Basi nets Portion of the Township, which is rapidly increasing in t:za and importance. It is ? splendid opening for a good business man, and cannot foil to return a splendid profit to the lucky (peculator,. Terms very reasonable. For further particu lars apply to J. R. HILL, Auctioneer, hx~,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 4 April 1879

BUSINESS DIBECTOBY. 10s. per quarter, 3a. discount if paid in advance. AUCTIONEERS. LISTO3ST, SHAKES i^CO., Kooringa. COLES & GOODCHILD, Kooringa* BUTCHERS. C. and E. GEBHAKDT. Aberdeen. BIKER. F. GEBHAKDT, Kooriaga. BOOTMAKERS. W. A3STDERSON, Kooringa. CORN DEALERS. J. ROACH, Burra MilL ISSURANCEICOMPANIES. AUSTRALIAN MUTUAL PROVI DENT. — A. EL Foedee. COLONIAL, MUTUAL. — F. W. Holder. SOUTH BRITISH FIRE INSUR ANCE.— F. W. Holder. MACHINISTS. STATTON & HENDERSON, Kooringa. IMPORTERS. DREW & CO., Kooringa. GENERAL BUSINESS. PftOPEETIES FOR SALE. 3E* -A. JEfc IKE S APPILA. 6Q-* ACBES Znown as SULLIVAN'S OX a first-class Farm in good- heart, a]] ploughabta a large portion has been cropped enly once. Plenty water. KK»- ACRES, close to the Township, *-'«-'—' well improved, plenty of Water. ^'i*AOA ACRES', Q'3° Acres plough able J-U/ivl remainder Spendid Gracing Land. LACK ROCK. (V7f\ AGRES, adjoining Pekina, one of tbe ' ? ' Sloet Convenient Farms in the North, a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 4 April 1879

AUCTIONS.. iJCBRA MOXTil-LY ilARKEl-. SOORIKGA . Friday, April 4. AT QSE O'CLOCK SHAEP. LIST ON, SHAKES, &CO w 11 sell as abofe — 3000 »T *'£?*'»? 3000 Op swsount Prter Waite, Eeq — J.,500 Fat Wether*, from Paratoe Qu accounc Messis: Ooui-h Bros ? 500 Store Wothera On account £ir. He.iry Dunn— 150 Fat ISwre, also 200 4, 6 & 8-tooth Ewes in lamb On account Mr. A. .Coon — 400 EYres,in lamb Jo 'Lincoln rams -On account Messrs. Ward JBros.~ 250 Fat Ewes mFAT AND STORE IT ft CA1TLB. ?'»»?«- On account P«-ter YFefte, Ef g.^ 40 Fat Bulloqk?, from Paratoo — .On account William Cockrum, Esq. — 15 Fat Bui locks On account Mr. Charles Price — 20 Head Store Cattle On another account — 25 Uead Mix*! Cattle, including Six Good Steers On account Messrs. Ward Bros. .15 ilesd Splendid Beef HOESES, &C, £c, &C Tuesday, April 8, AT ME. GUBBISSS FARV.HUNDBED OF TEROW1E, ABOUT FIVE A1LLE3 S0U1H OF YAKCOWLE. SECTIONS 866 AND 367, HUNDRED OF W1IYTE, 611 AC11ES. LI S T O JS ,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 4 April 1879

GENERAL BUSINESS. M. KINGSBOROUGH, LICENSED I, AND BROEJEB AND ESTATE AGEKT, h ctfi for Selectors ic taking up Land nnder the Lsnd9 Consolidation Act of 1877. SELECTORS ASSISTED in purchasing their holdinpe. LAND PURCHASED at Auction SaJep. MOKEY TO LE3SU at CURBEST KATES, according to amount and value of security. 31. KINGSBOROUGH, Advertiser Buildings, King WilKam-etreetj Adelaide. JOHN DONELLY, BAKER & CONFECTIOIJER, (LateCr. Fenton). COMME RCIAL-STEEET, K: OORIKCr A. Best Bread and Small Goods always on hand. Butter and Eggs Bought for Cast. C. W. BERG, HAIRDRESSER, &c., GLENEL G. Stoneman & Coxell, STEAM FLOUR MILL, YABC0WIE; £1our, Bran, and Pollard ahrays oa hand. Wheat Bought. Bags Lett.. TEAMS WAKTED for Carting. TTTl W. 0'HALI.ORAK JAMfiSXOWL Money to lend. BY SPECIAL REQUEST? BXCXCFOBS'S . Infants' Preservative IS KOW BROUGHT BEFOBE THE PUBLIC. THIS Preservative has proved itself to be one of the Tew really reliable acd safe remedies yet ciseoyered...

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Hanson District Council. DAVIESTON, MARCH 31. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 11 April 1879

Hanson District Com ciL Dutestov, UxmooFSL Present— C-«. Tohl (In ttt-utbaw), Turner and Rogers. Messrs. Kiltiepat, Bowden and Krfly** nomi tation to Mildland Boad Board confirmed. Chairman to attend appropriation meetirg for construction purpose. J.O'AIeaUey resigned caratonaip of cemetery. Accepted. Mr. Clement Green appointed curator. Mr. Fralim's offer of posts for fencing Council allotments at £8. Accepted. Wire to be pur chased, and the fencing let at per post. Mrs. Moran return of family &c., to be forwarded to Destitute Board, and enquiry made as to supply of rations, Mr. Hudson having declined to supply them. Mrg. Finey applied for repair of road opposite her store Hanson. Chairman to represent the same to Midland Boad Board, Tenders to be invited for pasturage of outside portion of cemetery. John O'Leary to be con tinued at work pitching, beginning at Love's road, then by railway at Shannon's crossing. Cheques drawn, £58 10i. lOd.

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