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    The Record has long been known to be in existence in Burra, but even in the balmy times of the town it was never the up-to-date paper that it is at present, and it has been very ...

    Article : 520 words
  3. Advertising

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    Advertising : 1,027 words

    SPREAD THE NEWS.—We will be glad to receive interesting items of incidents that occur from week to week. Simply forward particulars—we'll fixthem up. We ...

    Article : 65 words

    The wildness of the weather which has characterised this winter bas altogether been changed during the last week. The slight fail of snow experienced save rise to the hope that ...

    Article : 264 words
  6. Stock Movements.

    A mob of 50 head of cattle, from Faraway Hill, were trucked from Burn to Adelaide a few days ago. And later 17 head of very prime beasts from "Alford's were tracked at the same place, their destination being Adelaide. Some of the ...

    Article : 51 words
  7. Where is the Trough?

    The are lamp at the corner of Henderson's is responsible fora lot of things, including the souls of Jack Harvey and ...

    Article : 205 words
  8. The New Ministry

    A coalition Ministry has been formed as to lows:—Premier and Chief Secretary, Hon J G Jenkins, M.P.; Attorney-General and Minister of Education, Hon. R. Homburg, M.P.; Treasurer and Commissioner of Crown Lands, Hon R. ...

    Article : 54 words

    There is nothing alarming in the fact that politics in South Australia are tangled. Periodically the political, cannon explodes, and there is much ...

    Article : 704 words
  10. WORLD'S END, July 18.

    The past week has been. unusually, tough, the wind blowing a hurricane, finishing up with a nice rain, 40 points being registered. The fall was steady, consequently the ground ...

    Article : 179 words
  11. A Subscription Dance.

    Great preparations are being made to make the subscription dance pass of successfully at the Burra Institute on July 27. A short, unique concert will precede the dance, and during the evening supper will be served. Invitations have been sent to Yarcowie, Whyle-Yarcowie, Booborowie, Leighton ...

    Article : 58 words
  12. What's in a Name?

    There was some repairs necessary to the Burra School tank, so the Government sent a man along to attend to them. ...

    Article : 272 words
  13. Burra Town Council.

    We publish in another column the usual ...

    Article : 72 words

    The usual fortnightly meeting of the above was held on Monday evening, when there were present—His Worship the Mayor (J. Winnall, Esq.), Councillors Neville, Roach, Launder ...

    Article : 355 words
  15. The Are Lamp.

    In addition to a difficulty to light this lamp and keep it alight other trouble has occurred. The lamp, when hung, was put too close to the post, the consequence being that the rough weather caused the globe to knock against the upright ...

    Article : 76 words
  16. LEIGHTON, July 18.

    Rain, wind and a few feathers of snow have filled a very good programme daring the put. few days. The excellent rain, about half an inch, will do much good, though an earlier ...

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    Walter Patterson, who states that he lately came from Victoria, and a biscuit maker fay trade, was charged on the information of W. C Mnrlift. stationmaster at Burra. with riding ...

    Article : 252 words
  18. Burra Waterworks.

    Mr. Bee, the revenue accountant, paid a visit to Burra last ...

    Article : 100 words
  19. HALLETT, July 18.

    The committee of the Recreation Ground are making good progress with their work. Thefencing has been let to Mr. D. Jones, who is putting up a substantial post and wire ...

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  20. No-Confidence Motion.

    A no-confidence motion in the Jenkins Administration was proposed in the House of Assembly on Wednesday by Mr Shannon, but it was defeated. The voting was as follows:—For the Government—Messrs. Archibald, Blacker, Brooker, Boiler, Catt, Cohen, Coneybeer. Darling, Dixson, Duncan ...

    Article : 93 words
  21. Childrens' Bazaar.

    We would remind the public that the bazaar, now being arranged for by several little girls will be opened on ...

    Article : 118 words
  22. Redruth, Tuesday, July 19.

    George March's horse didn't care about his diet in the stable, so decided to try something else, in the shape of green grass. The animal, however, didn't take the necessary precaution ...

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  23. Burra Poultry Club.

    The meeting held at the Institute on Tuesday evening, though not very largely attended, was interesting. The paper read on the subject, "Pure breeds v Barndoors," by.Mr J Drew, was brimful of information, and was freely criticised at its conclusion. With a view to fostering the poultry ...

    Article : 104 words

    Of what does a bad taste in the mouth re­mind you? It indicates that your stomach is in a bad condition, and will remind you that there is nothing so good for such a disorder as ...

    Article : 68 words
  25. FARRELL'S FLAT, July, 19.

    The weather has been very cold this last week, and we have bad severe frost in the mornings. Snow ...

    Article : 338 words

    Present—Same as at Council meeting. Minutes of last meeting read and confirmed. The inspector (Mr E Wilts) forwarded his fortnightly report which was read. ...

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    The Editor does not necessarily endorse expressions of opinion of letters appearing under this beading. Sir—I have visited a good many towns in ...

    Article : 92 words
  28. 2s 6d a week.

    George Lines was proceeded against on a O.J.S., by Messrs Drew and Crewes. Mrs Lanes appeared on behalf of ber husband, who was in the country rabbiting. ...

    Article : 155 words
  29. A Generous Act.

    A man named Patterson was caught riding in the goods train, which arrived at Burra on Friday afternoon, and on the following morning was brought before the Court and fined, in all, £1. Mr Tommy Hall, who has seen as ...

    Article : 128 words

    Last week was an exceptionally rough one. The wind blew a hurricane for about 48 hours, during which time roofs of outhouses were removed, while a piece of gatoanized-irpn was ...

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    Messrs Elder, Smith & Co, Limited, report as follows:—At our Burra monthly market on Friday last we yarded 2,791 sheep and sold 2,526. Our yarding included a splendid lot of ...

    Article : 211 words
  32. Politics.

    One need only, take a trip to the city to be convinced that there is tubulous times in the political circle. There is considerable agitation going on even now the storm has passed, and there is much lamenting on one side, while the other is chuckling behind the scenes at recen ...

    Article : 79 words
  33. President Kruger Dead.

    Ex-president Kruger died in Holland on Thursday, where, he has teen living fat some years. Stephen J. Paul Kruger was born at Rustenburg, Cape Colony, on October 10, 1825. He emigrated across the Vaal in 1839, and was elected Commandant General of S.A. Republic in 1863. ...

    Article : 117 words
  34. BOOBOROWIE, July 18.

    We have only one or, two things to report, the most important being that we have had a splendid rain. The addition of wind did not receive appreciative remarks. Those whose ...

    Article : 133 words

    A 16 dog stake will be run at Biyth on August 3, when the first dog will receive £6, and two dogs £1 105 each. Nominations, £1, and 55 membership close on ...

    Article : 136 words
  36. Cattle Yards.

    During the past few weeks Messrs Bagot, Shakes and Lewis. Ltd., have been preparing the seats of their new sale-yards, and on Monday tenders were let to Messrs Baker and Rosewall for the erection of cattle yards. The convenience of having the both ...

    Article : 55 words
  37. Cancer and Corsets.

    Anti-corset crusaden will find a new and strong argument for their opposition to artificial support for the figure in the Lancet. Dr. Clement Lucas, senior surgeon and lecturer on surgery at Gay's Hospital, London, in an article ...

    Article : 110 words
  38. Big Monty.

    A Kansas paper has made a calculation as to the income of Mr J D Rockfellr. the Standard Oil "King." It works out a follows:—Annual income £800,000; daily income £32,876; hourly income £1,369; income every minute ...

    Article : 71 words



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