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COMMERCIAL. BURROWA PRICES CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 18 September 1875

COMMERCIAL. \/ BUBROWA PRICES 'CTOffiENT. Flour, fine, £20 per ton, or 42s/ per bag. Ditto, seconds, £19 per ton. Bran, £7 10s. per ton. Pollard, Is. 6d. per bushel. Wheat, 7e. 3d. per bushel. Maize, 6b. per bushel. Oats, 5s, per bushel. Barley, scarce, 4s. per bushel Hay, £7 per ton. Cheese, -6d. per. lb. Butter, Is. per lb; ' Bacon, 6d. per lb. ? Eggs, Is. per dozen. | . Potatoes, 10s. per cwt. -; /

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 18 September 1875

DIED, On the 29th of August, at the residence of Mr» John Frost, Hovell's Creek, in the 84th year of her age, Anne, relict of the late Geoege Fboet, formerly of the County Clare, Ireland. May Blie rest in peace. Limerick papers please copy. : ®|e §niTofoa fta SATUEDAY, SEPTEMBER 18th, 1875.

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MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 13. (Before W. J. E. Wotton, Esquire. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 18 September 1875

Monday, September 13. (Before W. J. E. Wotton, Esquire. W. Costello, who had been apprehended on Sun day evening, was brought up, and pleaded guilty to having been drunk and disorderly in Brial street, Burrowa, for which offence he was fined 10s. Prisoner was also charged with using obscene and profane language on that occasion, and with having resisted the police. To each of these offences he also pleaded guilty, and was fined upon the three charges a further sum of 40s.

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Latest Intelligence. SYDNEY—SEPTEMBER 16, 11.48 A.M. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 18 September 1875

latest Intelligence. (From Messes. Gordon and Gotch.) [bT ELECTEIO TELEGEAPH.] SYDNEY —September 16, 11-48 a.m. The Califoraian Mail-steamer Mikado arrived here yesternight, ? The Suez Mail-steamer was signalled at Adelaide at 5 o'clock this morning. * Septembee 17, 5-20 p.m. McGrath, the aboriginal, convicted of a capital offence at Bega, was executed in Darlinghurst gaol on Tuesday. The ship Samuel Plhnsoll, with 337 emi grants on board,, sailed from London for Sydney on the 6th of Augusts The Californian Mail-steamer Mikado arrived three' days before contract time. A collision occurred in the harbour yester day between the steamer city of Hobarfc and the schooner Fanny Wright. The latter foundered. The ship Somersetshire, laden with a general cargo for Sydney, was totally wrecked . in BasB's Straits on the 7th instant. All the crew were 6aved. Strikes in the iron, printing, and other trades are threatened. The Mail-eteamer Cyphrenes arrived at San Francisco on the 3rd inet., one ...

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SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 11. (Before W. J. E. Wotton, Esquire.) [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 18 September 1875

Satdhday, September 11. [Before W. J. E. Wotton, Esquire.) Patrick O'Mara was brought up in custody, and pleaded guilty to having been drunk on the pre vious evening in Brial-street, and to having used obscene and profane language on the same occa sion. For the first offence he was fined 10s. ; for the second and third, each £1.

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THE A. J. C. SPRING MEETING. [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] Fourth Day—Saturday, September llth THE MEMBERS HANDICAP. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 18 September 1875

THE A. J.*C. SPRING MEETING-.-., [BY- ELECTEIO' TELEGEAPH.] Fourth Day—Satwdayj^September lUft. '' '— 'tHEMEMBEEs' HANDICApr ''' ~ '~ Kismet ? ; ? vf. ....... ; i Sylvia Colt ? ...»». '2 '-' ;--'*THE'WAVEEtEy ?HANDICAP.' ' King of the West........ ? , ? v........ ? X Evangeline :-..;..Li.:i...?.»..i ? »...:-.;;..|..; ^2; Sunbeam4i..-...tr....;:....;.'..r...Ji-. ? ::.:..^.1.K- 3' THE STEEPLECHASE. Cronstadt ? , ? I......;.;. 1 Hotspur ? t..i ? '.'.. 2 Fishermau ? 3 THE BANDWICK PLATE. Richmond ? .'..:.. ..::..... ?''??:? ? ?.? ? ' '1 ?Kingsborough ? ............,:....., ? - ,2 Liirline ? : ? 3 THE FOECED HANDICAP. ? Myrtle ? '.:.'. ? 1 Cerito ? „ ? »:.. ? 2 The Barb ....;..j..-...;.:..;....i....'...;. :..../..,;.... 3 YOUNG— Sept. 16, 5-8 p,m. ; Watson Bros., of Young, were awarded the first prize for flour at the Melbourne Exhi bition. There were 18 competitors.

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CROWN LAND SALES. AT THE POLICE OFFICE, MURRIMBOOLA, On Monday, September 27th. COUNTRY LOTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 18 September 1875

CEi[)^:|L|^'^pBSi; ^ THE PG^OEOFi^^^ -,-' , .''?'. '?.'?'?'? nbirarkv 'tiers! * ' ' '' ; 'vV ? .iiL'ot'Ajiiprtibii -3S5| ^j^sqrSsi i^the'epunty of Harden, parish' of Demondriite,' adjoining the southern boundary of Flanriery's conditional pur chase of 40 .acres. No. 267, and part of the eastern, ibpuridaryif J.H/Wpmer'sbbnaltipnal purchase ol80acreB,Np.284. '??*'? \'^'\ ''?''?' '.. ;i Xot B, Jportion 91, 46 acres 2;;roo'a's- in the county of Harden; jpariah -of Dembndrtlle, on the northern side of -the road from Wagga Wagga to Murrumburrah, adjoining the eastern ' boundary of P. Murphy's conditional purchase of 40 acres, Ko.m , ; . :; .. ..;?. ?. .....?/ Upset price, £1 per acrje. - , ;

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WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 15. (Before W. J. E. Wotton and George Eason Esquires.) Insulting Language. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 18 September 1875

Wednesday, September 15. (Before W. J. E. Wolton and George Eason, Esquires.) Insulting Language. John Hurley v. T. Woodbridge. The information charged defendant with having made use of insulting language towards complain ant within hearing of a public place. Defendant pleaded not guilty. John Hurley deposed : The information now read is true, and defendant is the person referred to therein ; On the 31st August jast 1 was stand ing on the road leading from defendant's place to Fisher's Creek School-house ; I saw defendant about 50 yards from me on horseback ; be rode over towards me, and asked me what I wanted there ; I told him I was there on business ; j|^ told me not to interfere with his sheep ; I asl^^ defendant to join me in putting up a sheep-proof ' fence when he made use of the language com plained of in the information, and I walked away and left him ; I think the words are calculated to produce a breach of the peace. To defendant : I was on the road when you made use of t...

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BURROWA COURT OP PETTY SESSIONS. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 10. (Before W. D. Campbell, Esquire.) [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 18 September 1875

BDRROWA COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS. Friday, Septesibee 10. (Before \V. D. Campbell, Esquire.) Thomas Wilson was brought before the Court. Constable Elliot deposed : I this morning appre hended prisoner on a warrant, which charged him with absconding from the hired service of Mr. W. R. Watt of Bombaldry ; I told him the nature of the charge against him, and in reply he said he. Hid nnt. know Mr. Watt at all. and that he never absconded from anybody's hired service ; I found him working for Mr. Long, in Burrowa ; I produce the Polite Gazette, in which there is a notice of a warrant having been issued by the Grenfell Bench for the apprehension of- one Thomas Wilson ; when I asked him his name, he said it was Thomas Wilson, and his appearance corresponds with the description in the Gazette ; I pray that prisoner may be remanded to Grenfell to be dealt with. The Bench remanded prisoner to Grenfell to be dealt with.

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POST-OFFICE TIME-TABLE. ARRIVAL AND DESPATCH OF MAILS. ARRIVALS [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 18 September 1875

fosT-oFFiq^iiiME-TiBEti. 7 '?'?'? [?] Froin Yass & Tarigtna^g~aroo.i pn Tuesday, Wefl .?nesday/Mu&dayjJtadl&to^^ From Young -md^pengo^n^iia|y|^pdnes- ?? -dayy^nd Fri ffir, ij^^fl{n^*fej ;;?h'-* fit; Rom DaltohinaMye'SirTtiS OWS^irdayi a#6 ?? j-.nv . :-- i: -^f; -lt§-M^§.:; ?;' .%S From Eeid'sr¥lat,-^Jp4dgiffl»re?: lOnWonaay^ at ' 6 p.m. ? ??J..J . . Depabtoses. : ;: For Yass and Tangmangaroo : On Simday,jMpn\ day, Wednesday, and Friday, at 8 im '; ^ ;- For Young & Marengo : On Wednesday, Thursday, t and Saturday, at 4*20 p.m. For £yeJ^rk,andJ)aitohj_On Friday, jA3.&jn,- _ For'fieid)s FJat/^ia ;Fjogmore ? .On ^Sunday, at Sa.i&m /.^'l Jl ;m *v: :'..-?;?- ^ '51. . Money^6raers*issuecl'3aily, from*. 9'a.m. until 4p.m. ? ? \TO ''ft^fi On Sunday the 0J8cb -will fce open -between the hours of^!j-.ig.-,andg3-.inv, ftr geliptry .qq.ly.L t

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 18 September 1875

r WIMllfi GOODS! 1^MR«0])S1 WINTER GOODS ! IMMENSE ARRIVALS 'L ?.-- -..-? *;????-' ';-i~— ????-- ?????? -OF ? '' ?'''' ' ''??? ' ' '' GROCERIES, AC., ., AT Pudman Street, Burrowa. J. H. CL AMPE T T T- ESPECTFULLY invites the attention of the general public to his present Large XX 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, Shose inclined to $$uy will find this a favourable opportunity for Saving dloney, 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 Shepherds1 and Bob Boy ; A large lot of Aberdeen and Super. Winceys. Shawl and Mantle Department. Velvet and Silk Mantles ; Black and Coloured Cloth Jackets, trimmed with Far, and richly braided, in all sizes .*. — a very...

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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 18 September 1875

WEEKLY CALENDAR,. Moon's last quarter — Sept. 22nd — at 5-5 p.m. I I ? . .1 i ?g 'g Remarkable Events. n ° |- | ,.?-?? I 3 , p fi ? . ? ; . H. M. H. M. 19 ,8 mh Sunday after Trinity. 5 57 5 51 20 -M BishopPattesonmaBsacred,1871 5 5G 5 52 21 Tu ' [expedition, 18485 55 5 52 22 W Kennedy left Sydney on last 5 53 5 53 23 Th Battle of Trafalgar, 1805 5 52 5 54 24 F -.'.'? [1855 5 505 55. 25 6 Parramatta Railway opened, 5 48 5 56 ;,;^our jfiiee'pif^c^^^ ' ' i ' f'toeasur^d^road ifl '; tyeMtiSpyrlfefe i^rwjere^'&n. ;!5bM;&ck.^hie]ii&^ ^ere^iB^'^efen^e:,7 &M ?^?ilf IhM1** ?OTater iKserve.^ ^^ ^Kr^^f ^Xlf ?- ;' ? John. Purley reetilled^ I1 ;\?as oh^ihe; f bid as ? ^escnbedjin : the,i^iar^ ; ;tffei. land :'; jii^Br Jrb^N;Tr %LtchTs'A)n ibVoftfer side' M itliep^d/ ' ';, - j ' - The Bench coriiadereiil the^ente^rbved ? fbiat! as ityraBevi&erit ffierejexij6t§d '« great * *de'al'.4&5U- feelingfbetween 'the .parJiieB tonild only Me ' defend&n...

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ENGLISH HAIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 18 September 1875

I BifGEISH MAIL, '_ liETTEHsfor*;|i4;il?i S^g^sl^j |^Ailf steamer, via Sari Francisco, must be ^osted; in Burrowa 'not later :ltbah 'Friday ?'' morhuigVSeptemfcer'i&tb,' a't ' haffip^styi'cioc^,; ; '??j'''i :.'?; ?;? ';::';'{/',. ,'

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DISTRICT COURT, BURROWA. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 18 September 1875

DISTRICT COURT, BURROWA. This Court was opened on Thursday morning, 16th September, before bis Honor Judge McFarland, when the following cases were disposed of : — UNDEFENDED CASES. John P.1 Sheahan ? v. James Sheekey ; ' goods sold, £18 9s. 6d. Mr. H. G. Donovan for plain tiff. Defendant did not appear ; and upon proof of the debt by plaintiffs manager, his Honor gave a verdict for the amount claimed. Tlibmaa' Wilding v. Denis Walsh ; rent, LG. Mr. H. G. Donovan for plaintiff. This case was settled out of Court. Thomas Wilding v. Richard Canfield ; promis sory-note and Interest, £14 19s. 8d. Mr. H. G. Donovan for plaintiff. This case was also settled out of Court. John Nagle Ryan v. Francis E. Russell ; goods :sold, £12. -MrrH/G. Donovan for plaintiff. In this case judgment was confessed. J. A. Murphy (trading as Murphy, Bros.) v. Joseph Thompson, jun. ; promissory-note and in interest, £21. Messrs. Scarvell and Gordon for plaintiff. Verdict for plaintiff, with cost6. , J. A. Murpb...

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CONTINENTAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 25 September 1875

CONTINENTAL. The French National Assembly has adjourned till November 4th, a decision virtually postponing the dissolution till next year. The Government has expressly retained entire freedom of action in the matter since the fierce contention with the Bonapartists regarding the election of M Bour going for the Nievre, which was annulled. Minis ters have .shown reactionary tendencies, and broken with the Republicans. During the stormy debate on the Bonapartist conspiracy, when M. Rouher, for three hours, defended the policy of his party, M. Buffet declared that there were quarters from which greater dangers might arise than from Impe rialists ; Gambetta, irritated by this open defiance, demanded an explanation, and accused M. Buffet of being half a Bonapartist. The Premier re pealed his insinuation, and treated with contempt the charges of treachery, and demanded of the House a vote of confidence in the Government. Tlie Left, alarmed at this sudden raising of a Cabinet question, abs...

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PARLIAMENTARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 25 September 1875

PARLIAMENTARY. Tni3 fruitless session draws near its close ; public business has been grossly mismanaged by the Government, and Mr. Disraeli's blundering tactics of late have diminished the troop of Ins admirers. His latest and most fajal administrative error was committed on Thursday, evening, July 22, when, in violation of solemn engagements, he sacrificed the Merchant Shipping Bill to the Agricultural Holdings Bill, for which nobody cares one straw. Public meetings were held in all the large towns of the country to express admiration and confi dence in Mr. Plimsoll ; the whole people declared themselves on bis side, and Mr. Disraeli suc cumbed. Alarmed by this spontaneous outburst of contempt and indignation, the Government, on the 28th, introduced a temporary measure to en large the powers of the Board of Trade to stop unseaworthy ships. On the 27(1) July, Mr. Pliin soll's bill was restored (o the paper, and on the 29lh, Mr. Dillwyn moved that it should take prece dence, over ot...

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MAIL NEWS VIA SUEZ. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 25 September 1875

lAitiE^ii©, -, ^^^^^y^y^^i^^^rami.)^ ' The ship 'Qlaricej f^mi^is&olia, wa8#itness ' to aierrJWe tfig^'dy itSelH 'Sbe^vas' ifailied ^y^ the' Jessie OBboi'ner:b;pund for Falinbiith, wliiblL linden fioarajjMmad IfaiiaiKBailiJr, who. went aloft and waiihewing; Aw*y the jiggitig. -As he jcpuld not be enticed down, the 'poor maniac was shot, ? t Mr. Gladstone, \.in rej)ly, to a letter respecting . the Tichborric trial, cUsclajins all respphsibility regarding the conduct'sof' the case and declines any interference^;/ '.';_:. Mr. Sebastian, 'brother of the member for the county'ot (Jalway, was .fired atfrom behind n wail while travelling from Greenville to Mount Belle, and received' a 'shot in liis side. . A suspected tenant, who is under notice of eviction, haB been arrested. Liverpool ruffianism is still rampant. Last week eight persons were charged before the magistrates with imital assaults witli divers weapons. . Sir. Kendall, tourist, lias perished on Snowdon. He was missing ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 25 September 1875

Tvf3 'wm^^^m 7 e- HEARERS, to Wash and Shear Five Thousand *P ^Sheep, at BROUGHTONSWORTH, com mencing about the 3rd OCTOBER.,; . V ' ;-: '-??'', ; iA, i. MTODLETON. BANK OF NEW SOUTH WALES, ;jT\N FRIDAY, ihe Ibt OCTOBER, this KJ Bank will be CLOSED, for the Half yearly Balancing of Accounts. FRANK DEACON, Manager. Burrowa, 25th Sept., 1875. TO GENTLEMEN. A DULY QUALIFIED MEDICAL PRACTITIONER IS urgently required in BUEROWA. 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 within a radius of Thirty Miles from this township, the inhabitants have been frequently com^ pelled to incur considerable expense in pro curing medical assistance, and therefore would gladly patronise a gentleman located in their midst. An opportunity of securing a handsome competence presents itself to a practitioner possessing the necessary qualifications, as he may confidently rely upon speedily acquiring a...

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CHURCH OF ENGLAND. ST. JOHN'S, BURROWA. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 25 September 1875

CHURCH OF ENGLAND. ST. JOHN'S, BURROWA. mHERE will be DIVINE SERVICE in JL this Church ou SUNDAY NEXT, in the Morning.

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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 25 September 1875

WEEKLY CALENDAR New Moon— September 29th— at 11 p.m. § g ? ? s « E. P . ? '.3 ' «- *g 'S Remarkable -Events. u ™ fr £ . ? ? ^ ' . ? 1 ' & n n ? , ?..?,.? ? I ? H. M.H.W. 26 S 16th Sunday after Trinity. 5 47 5 57 27 M Great Northern Railway com-|5 45|5 57 28 Tu [raenced, 1865 5 44 5 58 29 W Michaelmas Day. 5 43 5 59 30 Th (29) Lord Nelson born, 1758|5 41 5 59 1 F 15 406 0 2 S Sebastopol besieged, 185415 39j6 1

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