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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 16 October 1875

ST. PATRICK'S JSTew Catholic Church, BTJEEOWA. A SUPPLEMENTARY BAZAAR, in aid of the -f*- St. Patrick's Church Building Fnnd, will be held in a short time. The co-operation of the Ladies who so ener getically worked for the late Bazaar is respectfully solicited. Donations, &c, gratefully acknowledged. J. DUNNE, CO. Burrowa, October 14th, 1875. WANTED, OHEARERS, to Wash and Shear Five Thousand ~ Sheep, at BROUGHT0NSW0RTH, com mencing at an early date. A. E. MIDDLETON. NOTICE. MHEEP- WASHING will Commence at O Narrawa on the 13th OCTOBER, and SHEARING ou the 18th. . GIBSON BROTHERS. Narrawa, 2nd October. LEGAL, 5£e. loapj (L IkaavaD;,. M.A., SOLICITOR, Attends at Murruinburrah every Court day ; ,,. Biualoug, Young, aud Cowra, on retainer. Office :—Bbia.l- Street, Bubrowa. I' S £»$ ' ^ £!§! s§ asr go |^ §g ° M ^ S S-ffi ^ 8 M a fe «fc ? s Ijr i ? i *& -C {fa a®, p 2 - ^ 5 g w -as « '8 H ?&: II # £ W GO jji 'TS m i *g ? B xn £10 Reward. STOLEN, or Strayed, from B...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 16 October 1875

BIRTH. ON October 4th, 1875, at Gegullalong, MRS. CHARLES BLOOMFIELD, of a SON. DEATHS. ON the 6th instant, at his residence, Lang's Creek, JOHN, third son of SIMON JONES, shoemaker, Bristol, England, aged 76 years. ON the 6th instant, at her residence, Lang's Creek, JANE, the dearly beloved wife of JOHN JONES, and youngest daughter of Sergeant-Major HUTCHINSON, of Sydney, aged 76 years. ON the 11th instant, at the residence of his brother, Lang's Creek, ROBERT, second son of the late WILLIAM HUTCHINSON, of Sydney, aged 59 years. The Burrowa News SATURDAY, OCTOBER 16TH, 1875.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 23 October 1875

I WANTED, SHEARERS, to -Wash and Shear Five Thousand Sheep, at BROUGHTONSWORTH, com mencing at an early date. - ? A. E. MIDDLETON. Wanted, \ RESPECTABLE: GIRL, as General Xx Servant. Apply to MISS CANTWELL, Forest Station, Near frrogmore. NOTICE ALL persons having claims against the undersigned (who is leaving the dis Irict) are requested to render their accounts immediately. P. DEACON. Bnrrowa, October 22nd, 1875. BANQUET . TO F. DEACON, ESQ. finENDERS nre invited for providing a JL BANQUET to F. DEACON, Esq., pre vious to his departure from Burrowa. Particulars can be ascertained on applica tion to auy member of the Committee, with whom Tenders must be lodged, by 6 p.m. THIS DAY. W. D. CAMPBELL, } W. J. E. WOTT0N, V Committee. GEORGE EASON, ) Burrowa, October 23rd, 1876. BANQUET TO F. DEACON, ESQ. FT1HE friends of Mb. FRANK DEACON JL having decided to- entertain that geu tleman at a BANQUET, the public are informed that the Banquet will' be held on THURSDAY NEXT, at half-past 7 o'...

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STOCK, STATION, & PRODUCE REPORTS. [MR. H. O'NEILL'S REPORT.] [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 23 October 1875

STOCK, STATION, & PRODUCE EEPORTS. fMn. H. O'Neill's Eepobt.1 At my auction sale, on Tuesday last, at the Fish Itiver, the catt Je, sheep, and other property' submitted realised satisfactory prices. Burrowa; October 22nd.

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LATEST INTELLIGENCE. REUTER'S TELEGRAMS TO AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATED PRESS LONDON, OCTOBER 12. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 23 October 1875

T * 11IflC«m TlimnT t T/H?XTOI? JJA1UI31 UllIJiJUlUUlWMi eedter's telegbamb to australian associated pbess' London, October 12. A Republican candidate has been elected .Go vernor of the State of Ohio, signally defeating1 the Democratic candidate ;. the result is important as indicating the future financial policy of tho Union. OcTonEn 14. Mr. Wade, the British representative at Pekin, has telegraphed that he has obtained the neces sary guarantees for the observance gf treaties. Mr: T. G. Grosvenor goes to Yunnan, one of the S.W. Provinces of China, near Buriuah. H.R.H. the Prince of Wales has arrived at 1 Turin, en route for India. I Prince Bismarck is so unwell that he cannot .' accompany the Emperor of Germany to Italy. October 16. Foreign exchanges nre more favourable, but the Stock market is without recovery. The reserve iu the Bank of England is under £11,000,000. The South Australian 4 per cent, loan of £400,000 has been announced at a minimum of 93. Australian wheat is quoted...

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COMMERCIAL. BORROWA PRICES CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 23 October 1875

OeMMEBGlAL. BDEROWA PRICES CURRENT. Flour, fine, £19 per ton, or 40s. per bug. Ditto, seconds, £18 per ton. Bran, £7 10s. per ton. Pollard, Is. 6d. per bushel. Wheat, 7s. per bush'ol. Maize, 6s. per bushel. Oats, 5s. per bushel. Barley, scarce, 4s. per bushel Hay, £7 per ton. Potatoes, 10s. per cwt. Cheese, 6d. per lb. Butter, Is. per lb. Bacon, Gd. per lb. Eggs, 9d. per dozen.

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IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 23 October 1875

IMPOUNDINGS. Bubrangong. — Impounded at Burrangong, on October 8th, from Stony Creek, by Messrs. Walsh and Williams : — Yellow-bay filly, -~^ over *? reversed over W near shoulder, like faint brand off shoulder, hind feet white, star, 4 years, 14£ hands. Also, on October 9th, from Cudgell Creek, by Mr. William Mackay : — Flea-bitten grey horse, S ? T over N in circle near shoulder, aged, 15 hands. To be sold on November 4th. Geabben Gdllen. — Impounded at Grahben Gullen, on October 9th, from Ferncliffe, Grabben Gullen, by Mr. P. Bartley :— Brown mare, star, off hind foot white, W B near shoulder, J M on: shoulder, apparently brokeu, 7 years, 15 hands. Brown filly (progeny of the mare), 6tar and stripe,' hind feet white, unbranded, 1 year. To be sold on November 4th. Marengo. — Impounded at Marengo, on October 2nd, from Belowla, by Mr. Grounds : — Brown horse, like JCC over C A over an in describable brand like \ M near shoulder, like c with indistinct brand like C near rump, white s...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 23 October 1875

%\% §UlT0foil ||ta ^ Is published at the Office, Marsden-slreel , Surrotoa, every Saturday mornitig, in lime for circulation by lit early Mail* all over the Colony. Terms of Subscription : — When paid in advance for 3 months, 6s. ; if boohed, 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 Jive per cent, will be made on all advertisements inserted for three months ; and of 10 per cent, if inserted for one month. Bubbowa : — Printed and published by Gsobm Eason, at the Newi' Office, Ifaridwittreet.

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WEEKLY CALENDAR. New Moon—October 29th—at 3.18 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 23 October 1875

WEEKLY CALENDAR. New Moon— October 29th— at 3-18 p.m. || s a 'g *o Remarkable Events. '' ™ -, --. ' £ s 5 C ? f_^__ it. m. n. m. 24 S 22nd Sun/Jay after Trinity. 5 10 6 18 25 M Battle of Balaclava; 1854 5 9i6 19 26 T11 Telegraph bet, Syd. & Mel.. 1858!5 8 6 20 27 W Metzcapituld. to Prussians, 1872 5 7 6 21 28 Th St. Mary's Cathedral founded, 5 66 22 29 F ? [18295 5 6 23 30 S Torres Straits discovered, 1606;5 4 6 24 ffijje §nvrofo;i Ijtcfos SATUEDAY, OCTOBER 23rd, 1875.

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CROWN LAND SALES. AT THE POLICE OFFICE, YOUNG, On Wednesday, November 3rd. COUNTRY LOTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 23 October 1875

CROWN LAND SALES. AT THE POLICE OFFICE, YOUNG, On Wednesday, November 3rd. . COUNTRY LOTS. Lot A, portion 23, 76 acres, in the county of Bland, pnrisife of Mijong, on the right bank of Tumbleton Creek, nnd on the road from Grogan to Young, adjoining the western boundary of Telford and Rutherford's improvement purchase of 125 acres, No; 22nd. MilongRun. Exclusively Lots B, C, and D, portions 124, 125, and 126, 40 acres each, in the county of Bland, parish of Berthong, adjacent to the southern boundary of G. W. E. Lewington's conditional purchase of 320 acres, No. 106. Benhong Run. Lot E, portion 93, 40 acres, in the county of Harden, parish of Beggan Beggan, adjoining the eastern boundary of measured portion 92, of 40 acres. Lot F, portion 100, 119 acres 3 roods, in the county of Monteagle, parish of Wambanumba, adjoining the western boundaries of J. Timney's conditional purchases of 50 acres each, Nos. 96 and 98. Exclusively of a road 1 chain wide. Lot G, portion 101, 42 acres 1 roo...

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IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 23 October 1875

IMPOUNDINGS. Gbabben Gdllen. — Impounded at Grabben Gullen, on October 4tb, from Merrill Creek, by Mr. J. M'Cabe :— Yellow-bay horse, star, near fore and near hind feet white, near hip down, much whip-maifed, like P I £ over T near shoulder, broken, 4 ylts, 15 hands. dse Also, on the same date, from Byalla Creek by Mr. J.Tully:— Bay colt, stripe down face, near hind leg and off hind heei white, no visible brand, 2 years, 14 hands. Light roan fill}', star, no visible brand, 2 years, 14 hands. Also, on October 6th, from Byalla Creek, by Mr. J.Tully :— Bay horse pony, bald face, fore feet and near hind foot white, m over W near shoulder, broken, 4 years, 14 hands. Also, on October 7th, from Wheeo, by Mr. P. Frost :— Brown pony mare, star, near fore and near hind feet white, R W near shoulder, broken, aged, 13£ hands. Roan mare, star, near hind foot white, shod, like a very small jj near shoulder, no other brand visible, 7 years, 14£ bands. Chestnut entire horse, small star, q T over li...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 23 October 1875

Oub attention has been called to the urgent need of a practicable road from this township | to its cemetery. It appears that formerly, ' when the road was in its primitive state, i access to the cemetery could be easily gained . by an excellent and direct road.1 Some few years ago, however, one of those changes which are often met with in this colony took place ; and in a gnlly a precipitous creek was washed out which completely blocked the surveyed road. The proprietor of the adjoin ing land, whose road to the township was thus interrupted, offered the inhabitants to bear half the expense of a bridge which might accommodate both the public and himself. Finding that no notice whatever was taken of his proposition he erected a bridge for him self in his own paddock, to which of course the public have no access. After submitting to the inconvenience of a circuitous road for some time, the inhabitants attempted to collect sufficient funds to put a passable bridge over the creek; and it...

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CONVEYANCE OF MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 23 October 1875

CONVEYANCE OF MAILS? The following tenders have been accepted by the Postmaster-General 1 — To and ' from Wheeo, Reid's Flat, and Cowra, via Darby's Falls, opce a week. Bernard McSorley, horseback,* 1 or 3 yearsj'jBSi 14s. per annum. To and from Dalton rand Rye Park, once a week. GeoreeiCouch. horseback. 3 years, £34 10a. per .annum. To and from Burrowa, Frngmorc, and Reid's Flat, via flovell's Creek and Phil's Creek, once a week. George Couch, horseback, 3 years, £33 per annum. . . To and Trom Burrowa and Eye Park, once a week. George Couch, horseback, 3 years, £18 per annum.1* To and from Yass, Binalnng, Cunningham, Murrumbnrrah, Harden, Wombat, and Young, via Demondrille, Stony Creek, nnd Spring Creek, three limes a week. 'Limes Roberts, coach, four horses, 3 years, £500 per annum. To and from Jtinee and Sevastopol, via Junee Reefs, once a week. Denis Kavenah, horseback, 1 year, £50.

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FATAL COLLISION IN THE SOLENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 23 October 1875

, FATAL COLLISION IN THE SOLENT. A fatal accident occurred on the evening of August 18 off the quarantine vessels near Ryde. Asfthe Alberta, royal yacht, Commander Fuller ton, was conveying her Majesty and the Court from Osborne to the Royal Clarence Victualling Yard, Gosport, on their way to Balmoral, she-came intp collision with the schooner-yacht : Mistletoe, of 120 tons, belonging to Mr. Heywood, of Man chester. The latter was close-hauled on'Hhe starboard tack, and ran across the -Alberta's bows. Ab soon as the position of the schooner was observed the helm of the Alberta was at once put about, with the intention of running under the stern of the Mistletoe, and had the latter kept on her course there can be little doubt that the royal yacht would have cleared her, and the acci dent would have been avoided ; but seeing the Alberta approaching, aud believing that a serious accident was inevitable, the master, it is supposed, became flurried, aud, losing his presence of mind, allo...

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CONDITIONAL PURCHASES BURROWA DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 23 October 1875

CONDITIONAL PURCHASES BURROWA DISTRICT.— At the local Lnnd Office, on Thursday last, the following conditional purchases were made : — Parish of Bala — Patrick Hogan, 73£ acres. Parish of Bookbam — Richard Julian, 40 awes. Parish of Gouramina — John Regan, 40 acres. Total area Mild-led, 153£ acres; and since January 1st, 45,093$ acres. Reserve from Sale. — The undermentioned portion of Crown lands has been reserved from sale for the preservation of water supply, pending a surveyor's report : — Lacldan District. — No. 818. County of Monteagle, Narra Allen Creek, 640 acres. The Crown lands within the following boundaries : Commencing 40 chains south from a spring situated on the left bank of Narra Allen Creek, about 106 chains northerly from the north west corner of John Pring's 615 acres ; and bounded thence on part of the south by a line bearing east 40 chains ; on the east by a line bearing north 80 chains ; on the north by a line bearing west 80 chains ; on the west by a line bear...

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EDWIN HOLT AND CO'S WOOL REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 23 October 1875

tav w UN HOLT ASD CG'S \v OGL EEFOET. I The 3rd series of colonial wool sales for the present, year commenced on the 17th instant, and will close on the 2nd October. The, opening sale was fairly attended, botli from home and abroad, but less numerously than usual, and as might have been expected at the commencement 01 so important a series, biddings were made with great hesitation, and throughout a languid feeling has been displayed, which has continued to date, though, on the whole, opening quotations have been fairly maintained. From the average of last sales we quote the following deline :— lti. to ljd. per lb. upon superior 'Austra lian fleece-washed ; lid. to 2d. per lb. upon inferior Australian fleece-washed ; Id. perlb. upon superior Australian scoured ; 2d. per lb. upon inferior Australian scoured ; Id. per lb. upon greasy. Sydney wools have been offered in large quan tities, and a considerable proportion has been with drawn, principally the finer clothing descriptions ; the...

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EUROPEAN MAIL NEWS. LONDON, SEPTEMBER 3RD. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 23 October 1875

EUBOPEAN MAIL NEWS. (From. Sydney HeratiPe Telegrams.) London, September 3rd. On the 7th August Lord Carnarvon received a deputation of representatives of the colonies who advocated the establishment of a Colonial Museum in London. His Lordship said lie had been in correspondence with several colonies on the sub ject, and he was not without hope of overcoming existing difficulties. Offers to the amount of nearly £10,000 had been received, but fully £30,000 would be required. The Treasury shows a reluctance to assist adequately, and it is under stood that Victoria and Canada hang back. There is a schism between Mr. Whalley and Dr. Kenealy; the former refuses to accept' the political leadership of the latter. A marked decrease is observed during the past year in emigration from the Clyde. The falting off is mainly in the Canadian and United States trade, the sailings to Australia and New Zealand being similar to last year. Parliament was prorogued on August 13, the Queen's message bei...

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Latest Intelligence. SYDNEY—OCTOBER 22, 5.25 P.M. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 23 October 1875

fktcst Intelligence. (From Messrs. Gordon akd Gotch.) e , [by electric telegbaph.] SYDNEY -October 22, 5-25 p.m. . ; The Sydney Marine Insurance Company has declared no dividend. A great (ire has taken place at Home Rule (near Gulgongj^by which a large number of Amildiugs-wei-e destroyed, and one side of tEe inn'iu -street demolished. At one time; fears were entertained for the safety of the whole township. The weather is stormy ; and rain has. been general throughout the colony. It is expected 'that there will be strong opposition to the re-election of the new Victorian Ministry. '...-?? The schooner Henrietta has' been beached .in Jervis Bay, and is believed to have become a total wreck. ' The officers of the Custom-Honse, yester day, seized 20,000 cigars and other goods on iboard the steamer Normauby, just arrived from China. ', The 'Wool Sales this week have been firm ; and 400 bales were disposed of at very satisfactory prices. Wheat is scarce, and is quoted at 5s. 83.; per bus...

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LETTERS OF ADMINISTRATION. To the Editor of the Echo. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 23 October 1875

LETTERS OF ADMINISTRATION. To the Editor of the Echo. Sin, — In your issue of the 81 h instant you com ment on the 'hardship of our intestate laws.' Now, to show you what can be done, and in effect has been done in England, to remedy this evil, I may give here a small abstract of the Act of Parliament that has come into force there a few years ago. 1 he Statute recites : — ' That many poor persons die intestate, possessed of property of small amount, and it is desirable to increase the facili ties for taking out letters of administration to their estates and effects, and to reduce the ex penses attending the same.' It is now enacted that, where the whole estate and effects of an intestate shall not exceed £100, his widow or children, provided they live at a distance exceeding three miles from the Registry of the Court of Probate, may apply to the Regis trar of the County Court, and the Registrar shall fill up the usual papers required by the Court of Probate to lead to a grant of le...

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Original Poetry. THE CAPTIVE'S DREAM. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 23 October 1875

[?] THE CAPTIVE'S DREAM. :_ A captive lay in liis gloomy, cell— '.'?'. Alone in his cheerless bed ; ? ??' ! No.Boundjvashpardj B»ve the se^jSniel '; As Iie.march'd with measur'd teiead. , , Though deep the gloom of the dungeon drear, Profound. was the captive's sleep ; In dreams the land to .his. bosom dear , He spann'd with a mental leap. He saw. the close of a sonny day Fade over his native land ; He heard the notes of the songsters gay — Saw, their varied wings expand. He heard the shouts of his play-mates fall, And ring through each well-known dell ; He saw the shade -of the cypresB tall Sleep over the mossy well. In that dream of joy a figure came Which he had not seen for years ; And a glowing flame shot through his frame, % And profusely fell his tears. . He saw, through beams of pellucid light, The mother he loved so well ; O'er her form a robe of purest white In most graceful outlines fell. ' Mother J ' he said, in a doubtful tone, ' Oh, say that you love'jne still ; Leave ...

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