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Burra Corporation. SPECIAL MEETING, MONDAY, APRIL 7. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 11 April 1879

Burra Corporation. Special Mextiko. Mosdiy. Aprh; 7. Present — Uu Worsnip the Mayor, Crs. Bartholomews, Geake, White, Richardson, and Batehelor. Tbndebs. Jfivs tenders were opened fcr building the retaining wall near Kooringa bridge. Dobney, 17s. 6d. per eubic yard. W. Wollacott, 12s. per cubic yard, and Is. 3d. per yard for excavatioB. Babbiah, 5s. 8d. per mason's yard, and £3 . lump sum for excavation. J. Pearce, 8*. 9 J, per mason's yard, and £28 lump cum for exosv*tion. Carmody & Griffith, 7*. per mason'* yard, and £8 17s. for excavation. W. T. Babbish'a tender was accepted, con verted t» 1 1*. 4d. per eubic yard, work to be -?aj^Q^ted, within one month from signing the It was decided to call for tenders for the pur chase of so much of the shed and fence as were ?pon the land bsoght by the Corporation.

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CHAPTER XI. A FLOWER. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 11 April 1879

CHAPTER XL A XIXtWSB. The many frienps Maclend had made in the South — or rather those cf them wli* had remained in town till the end of the eeason — showed an unwonted interest in this nonde script party of his ; and it was at a compara tively early hcur in the evening that tbe varions groups of people began to show themeetres in Mi*s Eawlinson'e garden. Thst prim old lady, with ber quick, bright ways, and her humorus little eprechera, studiously kept her self in the bacV.gronor*. It wat Sir Keith Macleod who was the host. And when he

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Water Supply to the Railway at Hallett. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 11 April 1879

Water Supply to the Railway at Hallett. A most important thing in connection with the extension of our railways is an abundant supply of water suited for uie in the engines, for all water is not so suited even while it may be good for household purposes. Some waters oause a very rapid accumulation of matter on the inside* of the various pipes sa that some times the available inside diameter of an inch or inch and a half pipe is reduced to lees thau quarter of an inob, and so great loss of time and money is caused in delays aud repairs. Not only in quality but in quantity also h*a there been lomo difficulty lately on the northern fine, but with a view to avoiding this lor the futon, as well ay to provide an abundant supply for the Terowie extension, works of some magnitude have been undertaken near Hallett wkich we had the opportunity to see the otlier day. Water can be obtained in Hallett at a very shallow level, both abundant, and of a good quality for use in engines, as well as fo...

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Magistrates' Court Redruth. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 2. [Before Messrs. J. Drew and J. Lewis, J.P.'s.] [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 11 April 1879

Magistrates' Court Redruth. Wednesday, Apsis 2. f Before Messrs. J. Drew acd J. Lewis, J.P.V1 Kichabds v. Sleeiiait. — A neighbour's quarrel, Plaintiff had an old revolver, with which, he says, he threatened to shoat a dog. but which the defendant averred was threatened to oe uaeu on his family. JJefendant then flung an axe at plaintiff, which gnzed his back slight!*. Defendant was fined 5s. Cokook v. Waenbb.— £*2 17s. 9a., wages, 4c, under the Masters and Servants Act. De fendant bad given plaintiff an I. O. U. for the amount payable next January. Dismissed. O'BuiKir (District Council Banger) v. Boot. — Biiming stubble without proper notice. Finsd 60s. Gbay's (Corporation Banger) Infobma TfONS — Messrs. Gerard for stray goats, WboiaeoU for horses, and. Bromley for catle straying in the town of Burra, were fined each Ss. and 10s coats. M. FUzner was fined 5s. and 10'. costs for driving a heavy wag*n mt a trot ; also, a ai -ni- ls* amout for not having his nane painted on his wagon.<...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 11 April 1879

A PAPER FOR THE BURR A A2TD THE SORTS-BAST. BURBA, FBIDAY, APRIL 11, 1879.

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Macleod of Dare. CHAPTER IX. THE PRINCESS RIGHINN. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 11 April 1879

Macleod of Dare. CHAPrEE IX. thb peixcess Biannrs. (From Harper t Magazine). ' W by,' said he, to his h-inmn companione ' if I had only known before ! Whenerer t »er, was an boor or two with nothing to do, here wag plenty of occupation. Bat £ must not keep you too long, Miss White. I could re main here day and weeks.' ' Yon will not go without looking in at the BenwnU,' said she, with a slight smile. B- hesitated for a second. ' No,' said he ; 'I think I will not go in to fee them.' ' But you mast,' said she, cruallv. ' You will see they are not such terrible creatures when they are shut up in glass boxes.' He suffered himself to be led along to the reptile house ; but he was silent. lie entered tbe last of the throe. He stood in the middle of the room, and looked around him in rather a s'range war. 'Now ccme and look at this splendid fellow,' eaid Miss White, who, with bar sister, w«s leaning Over the rail. 'Ltok at his splendid bsrt of oolor? do too. see the beautiful bine abren o...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 11 April 1879

KoUomufs Ointment and Pills. — Bheuns- asm. and Bbeumatic gout are the most dreaded )f all diseases, because their victims know that they are safe at no season, and at noege secure. Hollo way's Ointment; after fomentation of -he painful parts, gives greater relief than any othtr ipplicatoin ; but it must be diligently used to ibtain this desirable result. It ha* been highlv »mmended by rtieamstic subjects of all ages indofboti: sexe-, fur rendering their atUcke ess frequnt and iess vigorous, and for reprss nu. the sour pert-pirati n« and soothing the cTVee. In many case*, Holloway's Ointment ind Pills h«vt- proved the greatest b-esdings in ?emoving rheumatism and rneumatic gout which tad assailed persons previous and at the prime rfhfe.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 11 April 1879

MISCELLANEODS. TUBE WELL PIPES Up to 6 inches in diameter, SORING RODS, TOOLS, ASS WA1'EE-KAISI»G MACHIKERT OF EVEBX DEaCBIPHOK MADE TO OBDEB. Boring-Tools aad Apparatus Let on Hire. SIIE3 exsir.iafd and must suitable positions rtcommesicie-3 by as AnesMii We-Hborer of great «xpcrienee, esjjeeiEliy engaged for ebb work- -Apply FRANCIS CLARK &amp; S03SS, MACHINififiY IMPORTERS &amp; MAKtT FACTUBISG ENGINEERS, BLYTH-STREET, ADELAIDE. J. K. HOfiWOOD, Manager. S.B.— Sole Makers of AiiiiBE's Patejtt EzFAHSiHa Bobino Tools aud Hcrwood'e Improved Continuous-flow Pumps and Chain Water-lifters. SELFISHNESS IS A MOST DESPICABLE PfiOPEM, SITY. Now what shall we say of the msn who obtains erery conceivable sort of machine to assist him in his work, but leaves his partner to toil laboriously over the washing withi-ut the invaluable aid of a MACHINE and WRINGER, and do all the IEOBIKG afterwards without a MAJSGLE ? We Refrain horn aaymg what we think, but leave it to its own conscience an...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 11 April 1879

PRIZE WINNOWERS I PRIZE WINNOWERS 1 1 TO SA^E LABOR IS TO SAVE MONEY. JAMES ^IThEATLEY, MACHINIST, KAPUNDA. Begs to inform the Farmers of the Colony that last season he had to DECLINE NO LESS THAN 57 OKDER8 for his CELEBRATED PRIZE WINNOWING MACHINES, In consequence of Bucn orders being kept back so long. As there is every prospect of a good harvest mxt season, J. W. would urge on those requiring his Machines (the advantages of which are too well known to need dilating on) the expediency of SENDING IN their ORDERS WITHOUT DELAY. These Machines CARRY MOEE SIEVES than any other Winnowing Machines, baving TWO DRAKE SIEVES. 4@- These Winnowers have taken First Prizes wherever exhibited. AGENTS — Jamestown, Thomas Carter ; EZadina, Brown &amp; Sons ; Moonta, Warn .Bros.; Meirose, W. Marshall ; Terowie, Tbos. HoakLng ; Orroroo, Gmeiner Bros. EDWARD WILLCOCKS, MACHINIST, BLACKSMITH, &amp; WJBEEELWKIGKT, Commercial-street, Kooringa. E. W. begs to inform the Public in general that be...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 11 April 1879

BURRA TIMBER YARD AND STEAM SAW MILLS. ? O ? DEALS- DEALS T. 4 a. FLOOBING. CEDAB, GUM, JABBAH. STKUSGYBABE. KAUBr, CLEAR, AND HUON PINKS. DBAY SHAFTS. Galvanized Iron. Galvanized iron. . Galvanized Iron. Bidging, Guttering, Piping, Cement, Plaster of Paris, Paints, Oile, Glass, Hearth Stones, and every description of JSuilding Material. G, &amp; W. SAR \ &amp; DUNSTAN, Builders and Timber Merchants, d£kJBX3a=UD3E23=23Sr. PEOPEIETOBS OF THE BURRA BRICK YARDS. 43- AGENTS FOB THE IMPERIAL INSURANCE COMPANY. ^n Jirt mMp^ s3h^9*^^^^ ^^kIl __? ? _ 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. 33 - jP XC- 3ES X3 C5 X3 9 Blacksmith, ^j. ^^£&amp; Wheelwright, Machinist, W^ S&amp; Etc., Etc. CO ACHBUILDER. ATI kinds of Ironwork, New and Repairs, effected at the Shortest Notice, and at Reasonable Prices. Satisfaction, Guaranteed. Horses Carefully Shod....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 11 April 1879

GENERAL BITSIKEfiS. Ml. KINGSBOROUGH, LICENSED LAND BROKEB AND ESTATE AGENT, Jets for Selectors in taking up Land under the lands Consolidation Act ofi877. SELECTOBS ASSISTED in purchasing their holdings. LAND PURCHASED at Auction Sales. UOKEY TO LEND at CUBBEHT BATES, according to amount and value of security. M. KINGSBOEOtTGH, Advertiser Buildings, King William-street, Adelaide. JOHN DONELLY, BAKER &amp; CONFECTTOSTEK, (LateCK lenton). COMMERCIAL-STBEET, Koosxare ^l. Best Bread and Small Goods always on hand. Batter and Eggs Bought for Cash. C. W. BERG, HAIRDRESSER, &amp;c., GLENELG. Stoneman &amp; Coxell, STEAM FLOUR MILL, TARCOWIK Flour, Bran, and Pollard always on hand. Wheat Bought. Bags Leht. TEAMS WANTED for Carting. EW. O'H ALL O B A N Baeekteb akd Soixcmw Jte. JAMESTOWft. Honey to lend. BY SPECIAL REQUEST^ BIOKFOKD'S Infants9 Preservative IB HOW BBOTJGHT BUOBB THB POBUS. mHD3 Preservative has proved itself to be X one of the few really reliable and «afc remedie...

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Farmers' Association. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 11 April 1879

Farmers' Association. We have long thought one of the most necessary organisations in this colony 'was a comprehensive and Trell-arranged Farmers' Association, and some years ago toot an active part in. striving to establish one on a political and cooper ative basis, bat the great difficulty is, and we suppose always will be, 'to over come local and personal jealousy and to make not a local or party organisation but a national one The great import ance of the agricultural interest to the whole colony, and the need that is ap parent to all that in ibis new country a special study should be given to the circumstances affecting the growth and prosperity of a transplanted industry from other lands as the farming indus try really is affords sufficient reason 1 why unitedly those engaged in it should j strive to foster and protect it and their own interests as depending on it. We need but to consider that not only is a large proportion of our population engaged in agriculture directly, bu...

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CHAPTER X. LAST NIGHTS. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 11 April 1879

CHAPTER X. LAST KIGITTF. ' Good-kight, Macleod!' — ' Good-night !' — ? Good-night !' The various voices came from the top of the drag. Thsy were addressed to one of two vonne men who stood on tbe steps of the Star and Garter — black figures in the bb zs of the light. And now the people on the drag had finally enscorced themselves, and tbe ladies had drawn their ample cloaks more completely round their gay costumes, and the two grooms were ready to set free the heads of the leaders. ' Good-night, Macleod !' Lord Beauregarb called agtin ; and then, with a little preliminary prancing of the leaders, away swener the big vehicle through tbe clear darkness of the sweet-scented Bummer night. ' It was awfully good-natured of Beauregard to bring six of your people down and take them hack again,' observed Lieutenant Ogilvie to his companion: ' He wouldn't do it for mest folk*. He wouldn't do it for me. But then you have the grand air, Macleod. You teem to be conferring a favor when you get on...

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Artesian Well-Boring. TO THE EDITOR OF THE AUSTRALASIAN. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 11 April 1879

Artesian Well-Boring. We extract the following most interesting letter from tha Atutr-olmtinm. ? ? TO XHX SDITOB OF TEE ACBTBA£ASIAjr. MB.— In Tie AutbenUmon of the 8h nit. than is a very interesting and useful article on die above subject, in which is traced the history ahd cost of some of the treat wells in England ana x ranee ; aiso mat arouna Liondon, and tn several parts of France sinkers of wells are content to assume all risk, and to contract for a lump sum to perform the work ; but that no account can be given of the cost that could be teken within safety as a basis of calculation for operations to be undertaken in this countrr, o even in England. Mention is also made of a superior apparatus over those in use in Eng land, invented and made by Messrs. Wright and JEdwarda, of Melbourne. I hare heard of this apparatus as being very admirable for the purpose, but have not seen it. There u an other apparatus for the same purpose, invented, I think, by a Mr. M'Kay of Melbourne. Th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 11 April 1879

W. ANDERSON, Wholesale and Retail Boot and Shoe Maker, COMMERCIAL-STREET, KOORINGA. A. LARGE STOCK OF ENGLISH AND COLONIAL MASS SOOTS AND SHOS ALWAYS OK HAND. » ? Tkade Spppued at Moderate Pbicbs. BzpaIBi Keatlt Executed. Oedees Pbohftly Attekded to. Just received a Large Stock of LADIES' LASTING BOOTS, Latest Style FURNITURE &amp; CARPET WAREROOMS, 103 RUNDLE-STREET 105 Chimney-Glasses, Floorcloths linoleum, Bedsteads, j.- ^ . m^f —» — ^. A Tsr-apy r-~' * ^*-«~ -?ace— — .- — THE PHOTOGRAPHIC ATELIER, 95, RUNDLE-STREET. CHARLES NIESCHE, ARTIST, Pn/rjOGRAPHS FINISHED to LTFK 81ZS is OIL, WAT \BCOLOB, MEZZOTINT or other Process from Carte de Visite, £3 and upwards. FRAMING DONE AS USUAL. MELBOURNE BOOT COMPAJSTY. 98, HINDLEY STREET, Have opened as above with a First-Class Stock of English and Colonial Boots and Shoes, Which for price and Quality cannot be excelled in the miony. Speciaikttention givea to bespoke Work. Lists Fitted for the Feet, and all MeMuresTakra Beserved for Fut...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 11 April 1879

BEATTY'SgfS^ ?aoMB^MMMMHHMi^HH grand, square Dl A ^1 fl ^5 and upright, are pro ^^^#J\l^i%jJ\J£ nounced by the press EVND tbe people us the most beautiful aad ORGANS. Sit WASHINGTON NEW JERSEY^: Lured. Sent on. test trial, and pronounced the i best in tbe world. Bea-ty*e celebrated Golden , Tongue Parlor Organ. Any manufacturer challenged to equal them. They pwfleM power, depth, brilliancy and sympathetic delicacy, ex quisitely ^beautiful eolo effects, and the only Btop action ever invented that cannot be dis arranged by use. The bellows capacity is so great but little effort is required with the feet to supply ail the air necessary. tBe«t made and most elegant cases in the market. All solid wcod ornaments. Every instrument fully warranted for six years as strictly first, class, aud sent on from 5 to 15 days' teet trial. Address — DANIEL. P. BEATTY, Washington, New Jersey, United States of America. BEATTY 'x^~° UL.fi B I loRCr ABT There is no manufacturer of Pianos and Organs in thi...

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Musical Union Concert. [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 11 April 1879

Musical Union. Concert. YBy oto Spbcuxi Bbpoetsb) The Born Mnrieal Union gtye tbe thad of their concert* on Tnmday evening lut, and bra to be congratulated on tbe improvement their it»TB made. rt&amp; jcUnsa like credit mi* members and upon their painetaUng oor. duetor. Whi»e we wirr to praise as »dl as thank. them for their efforts?- to msute «r.d please the public, we desire to oner 9 few suggestions for tlieir consideration. Sat Snt we ?FonhQremark *n»t fti* not oar intention to cridsixs the' soloists ; when people kindly come forward at more or leu personal inoon- ▼enienee an-i do -h.'ir best, it u ungracious to find fanU and all vie would eaj is trint ceveral of the aisgen showed isafiowetaeaJ^ w»ir bj study wiil we trust continue to advance in the knowledge of an art which it U highly tienirable to cultivate. Taken as a whole the time is the chorines was rather fast for eacrei music, it na-ght alto have alackened with advantage, hen and to give expression. The ba«s would t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 11 April 1879

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. ^w-l()j. per- quarter, 2a. discount if pud in advance. AUCTIONEER. LISTON, SHAKES .6.00., Kooringa. COLES &amp; GOODCKCLD, Kooringa. BUTCHERS. O. and E. GEBHARDT, Aberdeen. BIKER. F. GEBHARDT, Kooringa. BOOTMAKERS. W. ANDERSON, Kooringa, CORN DEALERS. J. BOACH, Buna MilL insubance;compakies. australian mutual provi DENT. — A. H. FOKDEB. COLONIAL MUTUAL. — F. W. Holder. SOUTH BRITISH FIRE INSUR* ANCR— F. W. Holdeb. MACHINISTS. STATTON * HENDERSON, Kooringa. DEPORTEES. DREW -fc CO., Kooringa. GENERAL BUSINESS. PKOPER1TES FOR SAL&amp; appila. /-Q1 ACBES Known as SULLIVAN'S OOJL a first-class Farm in good heart* all ploaghable a large portion has been cropped ?nly once. Plenty 'water. KKO ACRES, doM to the Township, «w^i wou improved, plenty of Water. BELALIBJ 'lAflA ^ORRSL BOO Acres ^loogfaable LV/OV ramainder Spendid^arasmg Land. LACK SOCK. f$7f\ ACBES, adjoining Pekina, one of the V / U jfost Convenient Farms in the Worth, and Good Land. KJQ ACBES, capital...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 11 April 1879

ATTCTI3BS. Tuesday, April 15. AT WHITE'S ROOMS, ADELAIDE. THE S1OOPENA. STATION, WITH 10,000 SHEEP. LI8T«E, SHAKES, &amp; CO. hare been faroured with instructions from ftfr. William Dare, to edl by section, at White's Room, Adelaide, on Tuesday, April 15. at S o'clock— Thx Moopkna Staitoh, situated ebont 120 mfles N. by E. of the Barrs, containing about 10S square miles of Splendid PASTORAL COUNTRY, comprised in Lease No. 1,507 for 21 yean from December 31st, 1867, in Class C; subdivided into three Paddocks. Head Station.— Horse Paddock of Two Square miles ; Well 150 feet deep, with un failing supDly of good water for 9,000 Sheep ; Double Whipstone Tank, capacity 27,000 gallon* ; Stono trough, 6,000 gallons ; Over eeer's House, Men's Hute, Sheds, &amp;c. Pigeon Box Paddock — About 40 Square . Miles, Two Lirge Dams. Feed— Grass and Saltbnsh. Joxes'b Wszx Paddock.— About 66 Square Milee. Well 175 fart deep with, at present, only s email mpply of Good Fresh Water. Good Drafting...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Burra Record — 11 April 1879

BIRTHS. JONES— At Bridge-Street, Kooringa, on Friday, 4th April, Mrs. David Jones of a son. &amp;nbsp; Both doing well. SHORTRIDGE— On the 10th of April, at Kooringa, the wife of Mr. T. T. Shortridge of a son. Both doing well. &amp;nbsp;

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