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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 28 August 1875
0^ BASE IMITATIONS OP ORiSlWAL £5 BALES. '13ERS.ONS in the interior are cautioned against Jr,^ eending their money, to some, advertising V;-Spi6ps, -where they mil only receive rubbish in return, fefter long delay. ?Messrs. EILEY BROTHERS have eent away 2235 BALES during the past twelve months, and have received upwards of 1000 LETTERS, thanking them for sending be ally good articles, with the greatest promptitude. «' £5. ^ On receipt of the above amount, we will at once send per Mail, reaching any town in the Colony within six days of receipt of order, the following goods, packed securely in waterproof and canvas. WINTER FIVE POUND BALE. One pair super Witney Blankets, for large bed. One white Marcella Quilt, for large bed. Ten yards best unbleached Sheeting, full 2 yards wide. Twenty yards best unbleached Calico, full yard wide. Twelve yards best Cotton Ticking. Ten yards fine or heavy Welsh Flannel. Twenty yards dark strong Tweed for dresses. Six yards Manchester strapping Tweed ...
WEEKLY CALENDAR. New Moon—August 31st—at 9.46 a.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 28 August 1875
'WEEKLY CALENDAR! ? New Moon — August 31st— at 9'46 a.m. -a M ? ' ? ? '3 o) ' I S I I' ?g *o . Remarkable Events. . *? ? . &?&: ' ' ?' | * ? ? ? ? H. M. H. M. 29 S Uth Sunday after Trinity. 6 25 5 37 30 M ? 6 24 5 38 31 Tu John Bunyan died, 1688 6 23 5 38 1 W French defeated at Sedan, 1870 6 21 5 39 2 Th ? [1847 6 20 5 40 3 F Gold discovered in California, 6 18 5 40 4|S'' ' i^- -'*?'? ??? : V' 6175 41 SATURDAY, AUGUST 28th, 1875.
STOCK AND STATION REPORTS. [BROCK & BROUGHTON'S REPORT.] [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 28 August 1875
STOCK AND STATION REPORTS. [Brock & Broughton's Report.] JJATotock. — The demand continues good, but the supply is limited. Our sales have been to Messrs. Mackenzie Bros. 1 prize cow, on account of Mr. W. P. Mylecharane, £8 10s.: 5 prize wethers on account of Mr. F. A. Brock, at 20s. : and 300 wethers on account of Messrs Davidson Bros, of Geraldra ; and we note sale of 150 fat cattle from Mr. William M'Nicol to Messrs. Mackenzie Bros. Quotations — Bullocks, £7 10s. to £8 10s, ; cows, £6 to £7 ; wethers, 11s. to 12s. 6d. ; eweB, 9s. tolls. Store Cattle. — Owing to the country being in such a boggy state, the 500 head, advertised by us to be submitted last Friday, could not be mustered, but we will be glad to treat for them privately. Wo have sold, on account of Mr. Chas. Scott, to Mr. Jas. Ousby, 60 head at a satisfactory price ; for Mr. Moses Brown 2 Durham bull calves at £10 ; for Messrs. Gibson Bros. 4 ditto, for £10, £11 10s., £15 10s., and £17 10s., respectively, and on...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 4 September 1875
Cjje §uiTofoa ||£cfos Is published at the Office, Marsden-street^ Surrowa, every Saturday morning, in time for circulation by the early Mails all over the Colony. Terms of Subscription : — Wlien paid in advance for 3 month, 5s. ; if booked, 6s. Single copies, 6d. All accounts are rendered quarterly, and prompt settlement is requested. For Advertisements the following are the charges : — For the first inch or less of space, 3s. ; for every subse quent inch or less of the same advertisement, Is. Gd. A reduction of twenty five per cent, will be made on all advertisements inserted for three months ; and of 10 per cent, if inserted for one month. Bueeowa :— Printed and published by GeobOB Eabon, at the Nevra' Office, Mareden-etreet,
SUPREME COURT. THURSDAY, AUGUST 26TH, 1875. Before Mr. Justice Fancett and jury of four. Hayes [?]. Davoren. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 4 September 1875
SUPREME COURT. ;? Thcesda't, AuflDBT 26th, 1875. Before Mr. Justice Faucett and a jury of four. : ? , Hay&- i-: Dfihoren. ..;'.:?.- Mr. Buchanan and Mr. Want, instructed by. Mr. Greer, appeared for the plaintiff, Mr. Butler, Q.C., and . Mr. ^alomonsj instructed by Messrs., Russell and.Holden, appeared for the defendant. , : .-.- jEenrySmi there Hayes sued Patrick Davoren for fehse imprisonment and malicious prosecution. The defendant pleaded not guilty. The facts were as follows*:— The plaintiff had been a miller in a large way of business, and sold out to the Grenfell Steam Flour and Saw Mills Company, of which he be came a shareholder, and was elected director. Mr. Hely was the manager of the company. On the 2nd of October last, Mr. Hely was thrown from his horse and died without having regained his senses. ;On the following day the plaintiff wish ing to remove the books, &c, of the company to safe custody, called on Mrs. Hely, and explained that he. wished to remo...
INDIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 4 September 1875
india: Cholera is spreading in the Punjab. Colonel Rawlins, commanding the Ghoorkas, has been attacked at Dhurmsalla. The outbreak of cholera among the troops quartered at the hill station of Kussowlie is said to have been accelerated by the hill beer they have been drinking ; this beer, it js stated, suits the men in the cold weather but not in the hot season, when some more congenial beverage is required. The fall of rain in some parts of Bengal has been so heavy as to submerge the crops, thus inflicting a serious loss as the stocks of grain are said to be very low. A Terrible Railway Accident.— The dread ful accident on the Southern Railroad of Long Island on July 5, by which seven yeople were killed and forty-two maimed, continued yester day to be the principal topic of conversation. In this city the disaster made an impression, while in Brooklyn, where nearly all of the victims belonged, much excitement was manifested. A reporter, who visited the wreck, says it was a scene of w...
EGYPT. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 4 September 1875
EGYPT. Letters from- Egypt, of late date, give very encouraging accounts of the progress making by the Khedive's officers in exploring and opening up the interior of Africa to civilization and commerce. Colonel Long, the young American officer who made himself so famous by his daring and. suc cetsBiui expedition to M'tessa, ana who lias since made other equally successful explorations, has returned to Cairo, bringing back five natives of different tribes, together with many curious war weapons and implements, showing the different degrees of civilization attained. He gives a most graphic account of his adventures and dis coveries, and may be expected soon in Europe to make preparations for other explorations which ore to be entrusted to him, to penetrate farther into the heart of Africa, under the Khedive's auspices. Seven steamers ply between Khartoum and Ragaff, above which the rapids render the Nile unnavigable. The distance between Khartoum and Gordon's head-quarters is more tha...
TURKEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 4 September 1875
^URKJSy. . The ex-Grand ^izier, wjp Js now Governor of Aidin, has forbidden Protestant ?books in the Turkish language to be '. introduced intq.tbe pro vinces of his administration. Such books have been, circulated for some time by English and American Bible Societies in Turkey without op position from the authorities.
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 4 September 1875
The vast importance to 'this' corriinuuify of improvement in our land administration is clearly shown by the eagerness with which the settlers are endeavouring to master the details of .the new Act and Regulations, the keen scrutiny with which they analyse the new arrangements, and the skill with which they detect its numerous defects. The general impression is that of disappointment. The small settlers are . not captivated by the in creased area, or the provision which enables them to concentrate their improvements, ?without scattering them over their additional selections, while the prohibition to them of providing homes for their children, a, privilege which long usage had led them to regard as an undoubted right, is considered arbitrary and unjust.' ' ' ? ' . . Another matter in which the interests of the small settlers has been neglected by the authors of the new Land Act, is the absence of - any protection for their undefined pre emptive leases. Under the new Act these continu...
A DISASTROUS OIL FIRE IN AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 4 September 1875
A DISASTROUS OIL FIRE IN AMERICA. Pittsburg, Pa, June 13.— The great oil confla gration at Negley's Run, some six miles above this city, which commenced yesterday afternoon, continued through the night, and not till this morning did it expend its force and its fury. The works are called the Brilliant Oil Refinerv, are owned uy tiockuart and Frew, and are con sidered about the most extensive oil concern in United States. They were first started in 1866, and every year saw them increase by additions till their capacity exceeded almost any two refineries in this section of the country. Tiie fire originated in the tank on the hill-side, con taining some 20,000 barrels of distilled oil, which is crude, ready for the stills in the refinery. How it caught is a profound mystery ; but, once on fire, it roared like a furnace, and soon after the iron rivets let go and the boiling oil ran down on to the track of the Alleghany Valley Railroad and across the little stream of water to the bleachin...
Latest Intelligence. SYDNEY—SEPTEMBER 3, 6 P.M. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 4 September 1875
. IJatest Intelligence. . (Feom Mesbbs. Goedon and Gotoh.) [BY. ELECTEIO TELEGRAPH.] SYDNEY— September 3, 6 p.m. The Minister for Works has been entertained at a grand banquet at Liverpool, which was largely attended. The Minister for Lands also been enter tained at a graud banquet at Berrima, by a large number of his constituents. The Torres Straits Mail-steamer arrived at .Singapore three days in advance of contract *time. The Ellora takes 310,000 sovereigns. The electric cable is interrupted. .- Rumours are again current which santici pate speedy changes in the Ministry. It is reported that one Minister has received the offer of a permanent appointment in connection with the Railway Department, and that the offer of a portfolio has been made to' a member of the laie Government who once occupied a similar position. Mr. T. S. Mort entertained upwards of 300 gentlemen, including many members of Par liament at a Pic-nic at his Freezing Estab lishment, at Boweufels yesterday. A store,...
EUROPEAN MAIL NEWS. CENTRAL AND SOUTH AMERICA. COLOMBIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 4 September 1875
. EUROPE Aft HAIL NEWS. CENTRAL AND SOUTH AMERICA. ' COLOMBIA. The National Army has been increased to 3000 men, and troops have been ordered to the Coast States. The Senate, by all its members except one, ap proved of a Bill brought forward by Messrs. Rafael Nunez and Antonio Maria Fradrilla to assist with 200,000 dollars from the National Treasury the people who have suffered by the | recent earthquakes. CHILI. The Nicaragua barque Neueva Italia was lost on the beach of Hauntelaqucn, to the north of Punta Tabla. The loss of life has been much greater than on any previous occasion on which severe northerners have prevailed ; and it is painful to say that the large sacrifice is owing to the want of life-saving apparatuses, and to the absence of those exertions on the part of others of which a noble example was afforded by the brave men of the Limena. GUATEMALA. ' This section of Central America continues to give every symptom of having really entered on the era of progress, moral as...
DISTRICT COURT, BURROWA. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 4 September 1875
DISTRICT COURT, BURROWA. The following is a list of the plaints entered for hearing at the next sittings of the Burrowa Dis trict Court, to be hoiden on lCth insf: — 8. — Henry Castles v. Annie McGrath; board , and lodging, £30. Mr. H. G. Donovan for plainlifE. 9. — John P. Sheahan v. James Sheekey ; goods sold, £18 9s. 6d. Mr. H. G. Donovan for plaintiff. 10.— Thomas Wilding v. Denis Walsh ; rent, £6. Mr. H. G. Donovan for plaintiff. 11. — Thomas Wilding v. ltichard Canfield ; pro missory-note and interest, £14 19s. 8d. Mr. 11. G. Donovan for plaintiff. 12.1 — Thos. Woodbridge v. John Hurley ; trespass, £100. Mr. H. G. Donovan for plaintiff. 13. — Tlios. Woodbridge v. James Martin ; tres pass, £30. Mr. H. G. Donovan for plaintiff. 14. — James Hardyman v. Joseph Perks ; trespass, £30. Mr. H. G. Donovan for plaintiff. 15. — .James Hardyman v. John Perks ; trespass, £30. Mr. H. G. Donovan for plaintiff. 16. — John Nagle Ryan v. Francis E. Hussell ; goods sold, £30. Mr. H. G. Donovan f...
JOSEPHINE. THE STORY OF THE OLD SHOES. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 4 September 1875
''''.?. ^OfffiPHINBU V ;',.? T; ??? ~.~ *THfe%TOBY OF THls OLD 'SHOES: V After the divorce of the amiable Josephine from ' hertecohd-huBbBht^ \Napble.on, ; she retired; io Malmaison, a pleasant country residence not far dist^hffrom Paris. Here, though retaining the title' of .EmpreBB/she lived in comparative seclu eion till Jlil period of her -death in 1814. Some time before her lamented deceaBe,'she was 'visited by tpo^ojing-^adies'oir'her 'aequMntanc'|,'Viibae interview vtith- her is 'thus described' by one of tbejparty, in the 'Memoirs of Josephine: — It' hap- pened tp »S toTequestx-f the Empress to show us her 'diamonds which were locked up in a concealed cellar. She yielded with- the most willing com pliance to the -wishes of 'such giddy girls as we were, on}e?id an iminensetable to be brought into tbejsalbon, upon which her maids-in-waiting laid a countless number of casketB of every form and shape. They were spread upon that spacious table, which was ? absolutely covered with...
BURROWA COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 1. (Before P. H. Scott and W. J. E. Wotton, Esquires.) Breach of the Scab Act. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 4 September 1875
??:^UMdWACbDETSEPB^;BB^6NK-': , Wednesday, Beptembee 1. (Before P. H. Scott ana W. J. E. Wotton, ? ???';''*} 'Esquires.) , ^^pufley'v^Wjwdtodger ,*?K '?,/ -Kd ', ;She information /complained-' that - dfefenaanti 4ad, io& July 31stJ trailed jiis sheep jacroE^ I the1 imas if ijtjie icpmpjdnaut^williouts^vuigrihe; =hotibe:requiredHjy4lif Act; '?-? . ?''?-* :'^-- v .?.-VV-'-' jbhn Hurley deposed : I received information that the defendant, on the 31st July, travelled his sheep across my land ; I did not see the sheep piyseif. ?' ,..: -?:. ;„..„,„,. ? ^ , .. .— f ~-; -..„ ;-;.gi . Joseph Ryan deposed: I; am shepherding for Mr. Parkman, and know complainant and defen dant; on 31st July, I saw defendant travelling sheep on complainant's purchased land ; I -asked him if he had ? given notice ; defendant replied, *'I would sooner give notice to -a black dpg'ilian to -either Hurley or Parkman ; I know the boun dary of complainant's land ; . I was feeding' iny' sheep there on that day ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 4 September 1875
WANTED, MEN to ERECT CHOCK and LOG and WIRE FENCES. Also, for CLEARING LAND and DAM-MAKING. JOHN PRING. SHEARING 1H THE GREASE WILL COMMENCE at CROWTHER on FRIDAY, the 1st OCTOBER. JOHN PRING. WANTED, A SMART LAD, as BOUNDARY RIDER, to whom ONE POUND PER WEEK will be given. Apply to ROBERT BARNETT, Snapper's Flat, Pudman Creek. FOR SALE, PRIVATELY, A DOUBLE-SEATED BUGGY, with TWO SETS of HARNESS, complete. Nearly New. Also, a SINGLE BUGGY and HARNESS. Nearly New. ? Apply to CHARLES WEIFERT, Royal Hotel, Burrowa. ~~ MOTICE, AFTER the 1st September, all Stock trespassing on Gibson Brothers' Run at Nwirawa will be impounded. Anyone mustering horses, or in any way trespassing, will be proceeded against. GIBSON BROTHERS. Naixawa, 27th August, 1875. TO GENTLEMEN, A DULY QUALIFIED MEDICAL .PRACTITIONER IS urgently required in BURROWA. The district is large, thickly populated, and the majority of the residents possessed of a fair share of worldly wealth. There being no Doctor residing withi...
POST-OFFICE TIME-TABLE. ARRIVAL AND DESPATCH OF MAILS. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 4 September 1875
'-?' .,' vx^^mp^J^^iW^, '?' [?] . iy^?aBB'&%nginangiroo- .On^eSday^^Wed- -*': ??'':ngM|_^:' Thursday, and Saturday, .atip:p,in. , : . , Srom 3routog vandJJ^tfeqjgb^l^p jfenda^Wpdnes.?; ??'?? ':??? :iiaj;MiA^iii^M^^am;J:.'$fyM^^: JVoin^alfcpn ahd^^iParlS ; $^atuiri($, at* ? ?'. ? -?'??:-1-''-j'.in.T-' '??. -'Sf-fi'^. 'X3''''1'iii.-.'. 'f '?'.''? j'?-^-' :';- '°**ii ? '?? C. . ^romjReici'fi Flat/Ma ^pgmprei V^nlUiJiiiay/it) . . .. ??'? ' '6-p.m;'' - .- ,r!-:' ?'??'' ''''''? ''.' .'.'.' ;*-:' ?.' .' * - .. ?'?:-.'? Depaetdees. ???-'??- . . For Yass. inA Tangmangaroo : On Sunday, Mon ? day, Wednesday, and Friday, 'at«8.«n£'*|'--f*,^ ForYoung&Marengo: On Wednesday^ Thureday/ '? . and Saturday, at 4*20 p.m. For Rye Park and Dalton : On Friday, at 7 a.m. '. For^d^^lat-jt)|»-i!lrogmwe-:'*On™fiunday;at: &t^ay.,.f.tt,^ ~.\ 'r \ rrj- (r,. -If- . Money.#rdersjssuedjiaily,.;irom 9,A.m.jintil. 4 p.m. ?'?.???? On Sunday ?t1ie'pffice-y^U?}Je opeD1W&twJ-en the. hours ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 4 September 1875
^JSTtlR GOODS ! WINTER OOOI^! WINTER OOODS! IMMENSE ARRIVALS f . ? ??-?- j op ! GROCERIES, &C-, AT Pudnian Street, Burrowa. J. H. CLAIPETT EESPECTPULLY invites the attention of the general public to his present Large and Varied Assortment of SEASONABLE GOODS, which will be sold CHEAP. Having been purchased to the best advantage, the whole will be disposed of AT EXTREMELY MODERATE PRICES. Shou inclined to $uy will find this a favourable opportunity for Saving Money. DRESS DEPARTMENT. This department will be found replete with articles of first-class value, including — Satin Cloth, in all the New Shades of Colour ; All- Wool Repps, „ „ „ French Merinoes, in every colour and quality ; Wool Plaids, in Shepherds' and Rob Roy ; A large lot of Aberdeen and Super. Winceys. , Shawl and Mantle Department. Velvet and Silk Mantles ; TJlack and Coloured Cloth Jackets, trimmed with Fur, *nd ^richly 'braided, in all sizes — ?? — a very choice selection ; A large assortment of Eob Roy and S...