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THE BRIDAL WREATH. AN ITALIAN STORY. (Concluded.) [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 1 May 1875
TP ti E pB BTD £'L 3f fe*£ A3? H . . (ConSSm.) ....... S6i^Ui.di3«otdare^tb,5Bpedc or ^coinpTfliri.'i She felt.fn her heart that .lieyiifa^errWas^probablyiin! tlie lrijght(r.|liat,J}er'»Wfl -C pnduct :55a s at. leaafcujtirey fleeting, and that Edoardo's. expenses were too. ereat : but still she found n (thousand arguments to excuse both 'Hberaelf|afld.'iiiin.; She spent all the day malting Sowers, and stole a gr.eat.part of ; the night from repose to -devpte it to this labour ; Imt she,-foi]uer]y 60 ready to'' make presents of ber flowers; and adorn witli tbein the y^oung girls of : her acquaintance, now exacted payment for them ; so that every one wondered at this new and sudden avarice. But~-vhat-did;eherare what ?was Baidjof lier? 'What did sbe care for appear ing without those ornaments which women bo love, and which add so much to their charms ? Wuatmattercd it to her' that she was ruining ljer own health by depriving herself of rest,' toiling and weeping? One look, one smile o...
PLEURO-PNEUMONIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 1 May 1875
PLEURO-PNEUMO^IA. Pleuko-Pneumonia again? Yes. It is a question occupying many minds. While it prevails we are bound to discusB it, in the hope of finding a remedy. We have shown again and again that inoculation cannot be looked upon as scientifically satisfactory, since it lias not produced a similar disease, that is to say, a disease capable of repro ducing its own kind in cattle. It cannot be questioned that the weight of public opinion in this colony is in favour of inoculation. Squatters do believe that there is what they terra a curative effect attending the fever imparted by the injec tion of virus in the tail, that the disease ceases at once usually, and that the losses are less than they would be if the cattle were left alone; aud moreover, that the currency of this opinion affects price, and induces men to give from 5s. to 10s. a-head more for cattle that have been inoculated. Still, that single and only proof of the efficacy of inoculation just alluded to is wanting. Ther...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 1 May 1875
? Extract from TOWN AND COUNTRY JOURNAL, ?.'??-'?-?-? November 29th, 1874. ?*'. In regard to Messrs. Eiley Brothers' business ? announcement in another column, with respect to Jhe forwarding of bales of goods to country resi dents, -we have -been requested to etate that the goods are of the best quality, and imported from the.Ieading London, and Manchester, and provin cial houBCB. The £5 packages are about two feet square, and are forwarded, by arrangement with MeSBrs. Cobb and Co., to any post-town, free of cafrlftgej -within 300 miles north, or eouth, or west of Sydney. In order to meet the convenience of free-selectors, or persons residing beyond the ordinary mail routes, there are packages .made up for transmission by pack-horse, &c. The packages are guaranteed to be delivered within six days from the receipt of orders sent to their address — 167 andl69j -)xford-street (formerly South Head Road), or 608, Brickfield-hill. On a recent visit to the establishment it was foun...
POST-OFFICE TIME-TABLE. ARRIVAL AND DESPATCH OF MAILS. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 1 May 1875
P08I-0FFI0B TIME-TABIiB. ABBIv'AL AND DESPATCH OF MAILS. Aebivals. From Yass & Tangmangaroo : On Tuesday, Wed nesday, Thursday, and Saturday, at 4p.m. From Young and Marengo : On Monday, WedneB day, and Friday, at 7-30 a.m. ;r , From Dalton and Eye Park : On Saturday, at 6 ?p.m. '??;?' ?' ' ?-'??' ??'?' '?'-' :?'.-?? From Reid's Flat, cto Phil's Creek and Hovell's Greek : On Monday, at 5 p.m., Departures. ??- For Yass and Tangmangaroo : On Sunday, Mon day, Wednesday, and Friday, at 8 a.m. For Young & Marengo : On Wednesday, Thursday; and Saturday, at 4-20 p.m. ? . - ????*? For Eye Park and Dalton : On Friday, at 7 a.m. For Reid's Flat via Phills Creek and Hovell's Creek : On Sunday, at 6 a.m; Money-orders issued daily, from 9 a.m. until 4 p.tn. On Sunday the Office will be open between the hours of 1 p.m. and 2 p.m., for delivery only.
STOCK AND STATION REPORTS. [A. E. MIDDLETON'S REPORT.] [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 1 May 1875
STOCK AND STATION REPORTS. [A. E. Middleton's Repoet.] I sold last week, on account of Mr. H. O'Neill, his 'Cattle-Station' property, 390 acres, at a highly satisfactory figure. My sale, on Wednesday, of Constable Flynn's furniture, ^c., passed' off very well, all the articles offered selling at a good figure. Three cows brought from £5 10s. to £6 4s., respectively. Burrowa, April 30th. 1875, [Me. A. Hancock's Report.] During the past week I have disposed of 400 wethers, on account of Mr. Thomas Ryan, to Mr. J. Faliey, at 8s. per head ; and 24 young bul locks, on account of Mr. Thomas Reid, to Mr. 0. Poplin, at a satisfactory price. I have now awaiting inspection 1250 good store I wethers, and a similar number of maiden ewes. I Phave placed under offer a flock of fat wethers, to r be inspected next week, and hope to effect sale. I quote : — 2$-yenr-old steers, £4 to £4 5s. ; store caws, £3 15s. to £4 ; fat sheep, from 10s. to lls. ; store sheep, 8 s. to 8s. 6d. ; maiden ewes, 9b. 6d...
COMMERCIAL. BURROWA PRICES CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 1 May 1875
COMMEECIAL. BURROWA PRICES CURRENT. Flour, fine, £12 per ton, or £1 6s. per bag. Ditto, seconds, £11 per ton. ? Bran, £5 per ton. Pollard, Is. 2d. per bushel. Wheat, 4b. 6d. per bushel. Maize, 6b. per bushel. Oats, 5s. per bushel. Barley, scarce, 4s. per bushel. Hay, £6 per ton. Cheese, 6d. per lb. Butter, Is. per lb. Bacon, 6d. per lb. Eggs, 9d. per dozen. Potatoes, 15s. per cwt. Sheepskins, 2d. to 6d. per lb. Hemp sold at 16s. to 19s. Hides, 3d. to 4d. per lb. Wattle bark, £3 10s. per ton. Sawn Timber (delivered), 20s. per 100 feet.
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 1 May 1875
A Liberal Construction. — An old gentleman who had risen from the ranks (relates a contem porary) and, after making his fortune aB a charter master or ' butty-collior,' had retired, fell ill, and summoned a doctor. The doctor was a great imitator of Abernethy, and cultivated an aspect of uncouth honesty. ' I shall give no medicine, he said. ' You're blowing yourself out with beer. Give it up. Drink port. Walk or ride; don't hang about the house in this idle way. No more beer. Drink port. I'll call again in a month.' And away went the doctor. At the appointed time he returned. The patient was better, and was grateful, but grumbled at the expense to -which his cure had put him. ' I cawn't stand it, lookthee; it's downright rewinination — nothing less. Yo'n find me i' the workus if things gone on i' this way,' The doctor, cried ' Nonsense J A wealthy man like you ! How much do you drink ? ' The old man answered, in perfect simplicity of heart, ' About the saam as I used to drink o' bee...
OPENING UP CHINA. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 1 May 1875
OPENING 1DP CHINA. A statement recently made by Mri Cqlton Salter, foi^nerjy United States Consul for the treaty ports ' of jhe Yang- tae-Kiang. in relation to the antiquity of the practice of pisciculture in China, lias been disputed 'by. prof eBBor Baird, tlie United States FiBhCommiSBioner. Mr. Salter, in replying, asks the scientific £nrt commercial men cf New York tp *id , him . in organising an expedition for a lhpjjongU . exploration of,, ihe Yang-tee-Kiang, which, he observes, is over 3000 miles long, and above Hankow (650 miles from Shanghai) is ?virtually dosed to all foreign trade, He.says : — 'JQa that^eat river, the 'Child of the Ocean,' as the Chinese poetically term it, there are perhaps 100 cities with dense populations, all eager for trade. In one place on the river the piscicultural nurseries line the banks for nearly 50 miles. Many drugs of great value are found: the so called Turkey rhubarb ; the Spanish fly, indige nous to the western provinces of China, sent ac...
IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 1 May 1875
IMPOUNDINGS. Gunning. — Impounded at Gunning, on April 22nd, from Forest, by James Hampton : — Brown horse, white down face, hind feet white, set of shoes on, like I T (writing capitals) near shoulder, 10 yeare, 15 hands. Bay horse, J M over e-i near shoulder, shoes on, 8J years, 15 hands. On the same day, from Bloomsbury Square, by H.W. Ginii:— Bay horse, star, hind feet white, HB conjoined near shoulder, 6 years, 15 hands. To be 6old on May 13th. Jugiong. — Impounded at Jugiong, on April 17th, from Spring Creek, Money Money, by Mr. W.B.Wilson:— ' Red steer, *tf C M blotched off rump and ribs. Red steer, white belly, q C near rump. Also, on April 20th, from Chidowla, by Mr. John Roche : — Black horee, H near shoulder, star, hind feet white, aged, 16 bands. Bay mare, M K sideways over like I over on over 8 near shoulder, broken, aged, 14 hands. Bay horse, En ?=! near shoulder, broken, 6 years, 15 hands. Bay horse, M H over 8 near shoulder, off hip down, aged, 15 hands. Bay filly, C ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 1 May 1875
. ; . ., , PBbock A Bbooghton's Repobt.] Pat Stock :— For Cattle we have not had any enquiry; there is a fair demand for prime mutton for local consumption. We have forwarded 1000 wethers to our Bathurst agent for sale in tiiat market We quote bullocks, iSl to £8 ; jbowb; £6 to £7 ; /wethers, 9b. to 10s. ; eweB, 8s. to 9s. Store Cattle :— Transactions in this class of stock are becoming more numerous, and good prices are maintained. We have a largearamber on our books, for which we shall be glad to treat. Our sales have been 46 head for Messrs. Starr, Brogan and others, at from £2 10s. to £4 16s for steers ; cows, £3 10s. to £5 10s. ; yearlings, £1 17s. 6d. to £2. Quotations : Bullocks, £4 10s. to £6. ; cows, £3 10s. to £4 10s. Store Sheep : — The enquiry has been unusually brisk lately especially for young sheep. . We have sold 800 mixed weaners for Mr. John Pring to Messrs. Kelly and Tout, and 200 aged ewes for Mr. Graves to Mr. Hutchinson. We quote, aged ewes, 5s. to 8s. ; young ...
LATEST INTELLIGENCE. REUTER'S TELEGRAMS TO AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATION PRESS. LONDON, APRIL 17. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 1 May 1875
LATEST INTELLIGENCE. bedteb s telegrams to adstealian associated pbess. : London. Apbil 17. In the House of Lords, the Earl of Carnarvon, in consenting to the Ear] of Belmore's motion for the production of the papers relating to the release of Gardiner, the bushranger, in New South Wales, ? stated that pardons would be granted in future on ' the responsibility of the Governor, after consult ing with his Ministers. The following failures are announced : — John Morrison, owner of the Atrato steamship ; Mr. Debusche, San Francisco mail contractor ; Bury, leech, and Co., merchants, of London and Mel bourne. The corn market is steady. Adelaide, 49s. to 50s. Flour, 29s. to 34s. per 280 lbs. The copper market is depressed, with fewtranw actions. Chili, £80. Burra offered at £88. Wallaroo, £90. Tin has improved. Straits, £86 ; Australian, April, 20. A compulsory liquidation has been ordered in the case of the Australian Direct Steam Naviga tion Company. In the House of Peers Lord John Russe...
BURROWA COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 28. (Before W. J. E. Wotton, Esq.) Horse-stealing. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 1 May 1875
BDEROWA COUBT OF PETTY SESSIONS. Wednesday, Apbil 28. (Before W. J. E. Wotton, Esq.) . Horse-stealing. Begins sr. JStoker Sheedy. Defendant who had been, remanded for the production of evidence surrendered to answer the above charge. . ?'-'. £' , , _: '-? - '?' James O'Neill deposed: I live at Murrumburrah, and am a labourer, I have seen a man named Callaghan once ; he said he had lost a horse at Derapsey's at Tangmangaroo ; I do not know the horse ; I know McAlister but have had no con versation with him about Callaghan's horse. Henry McAlister . deposed j I, saw Callaghan. near fmalong where I,was working about two months ago ; he said he had lost a horse ; I did not make him any answer ; I know prisoner ; I did not make any remark about Waterhole Flat Taces ; I had not seen prisoner since the previous Noveinber ; I do not know Callaghan's horse. - The prisoner was discharged. (Before W. D. Campbell and W. J. E. Wotton, Esquires.) Masters and Servants Act. John Pearsall v. John Be...
WEEKLY CALENDAR. New Moon—May 6th—at 1.9 a.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 1 May 1875
WEEKLY CALENDAR. New Moon— May 6th— at 1*9 a.m. § g -o a s * a « ?g 'g Remabkable Events. 'c ™ i_l ? __i_J!_ H. M. H. II. 2 8 Rogation Sunday. ' 6 36 5 18 3 M New Zealand declared indepen- 6 37 5 17 4 Tu [dent of N.S.W., 1841 6 37 5 16 5 W Napoleon d. at St. Helena. 1821 6 38 5 15 6 Th Ascension Dag. Holy Thursday 6 385 14 7 F Savings' Banks estab., 1815 6 39 5 13 8 S Exhibition op. at Dublin, 1865 6 40 5 12
CONDITIONAL PURCHASES BURROWA DISTRICT.— [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 1 May 1875
Conditional Purchases Burrowa District.— &nbsp; At the local Land Office, on Thursday last, the following conditional purchases were made: — Parish of Murringal — Robert Hyde, one lot of 50 acres, and one lot of 150 acres. Parish of Coppa bella — Mary O'Hehir, six lots of 40 acres each. Parish of Harden — George Merritt, 40 acres. Parish of Bookham — Edward Privett, 45 acres. Parish of Gegullalong— Thomas Woodbridge, 200 acres ; James O'Brien, 95 acres 1 rood ; Edmond Ryan, 75 acres ; Michael Hendry, 50 acres ; James Dwyer, 40 acres ; John Patrick Ryan, 68 acres. Parish of Bobbara— William Cahill, 166 acres 2 roods ; Patrick Ryan 320 acres. Parish of Galong — Dominick Lynsky, 80 acres. Parish of Eubindal— George Patterson, 320 acres; Michael &nbsp; Ryan, 120 acres. Parish of Alton— James Thomas Deer. 40 acres. An Insane FnEAK.— At the Dubbo Assizes, William Johnston (an African) was charged with shooting at and unlawfully wounding George Nicholas Delany and Joseph Fr...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 1 May 1875
BIRTHS. ON 19th April, at her residence, Court-House Hotel, Burrowa, MRS. BENJAMIN LONG, of a daughter. A DAUGHTER. ON the 24th Inst., at her residence, Marengo, MRS. J. F. W. ALLDIS, of A SON. DIED, ON April 15th, at her residence, Rockview, Burrowa River, MARGARET RYAN, the wife of PATRICK RYAN, in the 60th year of her age. Deceased was a native of Nicker, in the Co. Limerick, Ireland. The Burrowa News SATURDAY, MAY 1ST, 1875.
THE HOME-WRECK. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 8 May 1875
^'-r::rmr^sSfmm^r^'T'^~' A FEW years since I visited Devonshire to make the acquaintance of some-distant relations, whom circumstances had prevented me, frpni before seeing. 'Amongst ofteWiiJcre i^one'who lived in a decayed family- mansioirtibout six miles east of die pretty to-vn of Dartmouth. Before calling. oh 4ier, * ? was ^rtspae^i'^tepbir^'to *ettblda' very aged and a very -eccentrio lady. ? Her ige no one knew, but she fieemod. much, older than her only 6ervant— a hardy old dame, who, during the very-month 'pfr^nyf vishyiiatt:; completed ^Sfer ninety-ninth year.' *-; J:''~ J- ' ^ *-- ^ - ? '? The miBtress never 'allowed any one to see her, save a young and interesting cousin of mine. She seldom went out except -on Sundays, and then, was carried to church in an old sedan chair by a c'quple of labourers, Who did odd jobs. of garden ing about the house. She had such an insuperable objection to be seen by anybody, whether at home HT abroad, that she concealed her face by a thicki...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 8 May 1875
WANTED* A RESPECTABLE FEMALE GENERAL SERVANT. Must be a Good Laundress. To a suitable person— Wages, Twelve Shillings per week. ? MRS. MIDDLETON, , Broughtonsworth. WANTED, ONE MILE of DRY LOG FENCING erected. Apply to C. BLOOMPIELD, Gegullalong. To Fencers. WANTED, MEN with TEAMS, to erect from TWO to FIVE MILES of DEAD-WOOD FENCING. The Highest Price will be given. Apply to JAMES PARKMAN, Calabash Creek. ROADS AND_ BRIDGES. A PUBLIC MEETING WILL be held in the Court-House, Bur rowa, on TUESDAY NEXT, the 11th Inst., at 12 o'clock, to take into con sideration the present dangerous state of our Roads and Bridges, and to adopt each resolutions as may be deemed expedient to secure the immediate repair of the same. Burrowa, 7th May, 1875. NOTICE. fTlENDERS are invited for Eoad Construc JL tion on Road ' Burrowa to YouDg,' and will be received at the Court-House, Yass, up to the 22nd May instant. Flan and Specification can be seen at the Court-Houses, Yass, Young, and Burrowa. Tenders to...
IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 8 May 1875
IMPOUNDINGS. Gokning.— Impounded at Gunning, on April 29th, from Keswick Estate, by order of Mr. F. A. Ramsay : — Grey mare, J H near shoulder, 10 years, 16 hands. Bay horse foal, unbranded, 8 months. Bay filly, small star, like J H or like JP H (the JP conjoined) near shoulder, 3 years, 15}' hands. Grey mare, switch tail, like O before illegible brand near shoulder, 6 years, 14} bands. Dark bay or brown colt, star and snip, three white feet, X over A off shoulder, 18 months. Grey horse, short switch tail, J over J N off shoulder, 10 years, 15 hands. Also, on the 30th April, from Forest, by A. Hampton : — Chestnut horse, star, set of shoes on, WC or WG near shoulder, 2 years, 15} hands. Bay mare, ER over like ^ or K near shoulder, aged, 14 hands. Also, on the same day, from Lerida Creek, by E. Pursehouse : — Dark dapple-gray horse, set of shoes on, collar marked, illegible brand near shoulder, 6 years, 16} hands. Chestnut mare, white face, set of shoes on, off Bind foot white, WF ne...
LATEST INTELLIGENCE. REUTER'S TELEGRAMS TO AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATED PRESS. LONDON, APRIL 30. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 8 May 1875
?LATEST INTELLIGENCE. ir^e^-rfte 't ?-?-??' - ? liONDON/ APEIL 30. i il ji Banquet lias been given to his Excellency Sirj-^orge F.Bowen, G.C.M.G. It was presided » ovBtly Eis fioyal Highness the Duke of Edin ^rargh;'Bnd!was a great success. . About 300 gen Ltlemen- were present ; VPh'e 3Earl -of -Carnarvon,' ^jgeoretary of Statefor the Colonies, was absent iu consequence ol' domestic affliction, atter dinner : isinmber «f speeches were delivered, the principal epeakers being Sir George Bowen, the Earl of Kiriiberley, Baron Lisgar, the Duke of Manchester, Sir-James Fiirgusson, KX3.M.G., the Right Hon. H.C E. Childers, Baron Rose, Baron Lowther, Sir Henry Rawlinsou, the Hon. J. G. Francis, and Mr. Michie. :. An influentiaV deputation had an interview with, the Secretary of State for the Colonies, in reference to tbe annexation of New Guinea. The Earl of Carnarvon acknowledged the importance of the subject that had been brought under his notice by the members of the deputation, but tho...