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POST-OFFICE TIME-TABLE. ARRIVAL AND DESPATCH OF MAILS. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 1 August 1874
POST-OFFICE TIME-TABLE. ARRIVAL AND DESPATCH OF MAILS. ARRIVALS. From Yass and Tangmangaroo—On Tuesday, Wed- &nbsp; neday, Thursday, and Saturday, at 5·20 p.m. From Young and Marengo—On Thursday, Friday, and Sunday, at 6 p.m. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; From Dalton and Rye Park—On Saturday, at 6 &nbsp; p.m. &nbsp; From Reid's Flat, via Phil's Creek and Hovell's Creek —On Monday, at 5 p.m. &nbsp; DEPARTURES. For Yass and Tangmangaroo—On Monday, Wed- &nbsp; nesday, Friday, and Saturday, at 6·10 a.m. For Young and Marengo—On Wednesday, Thursday, &nbsp; and Saturday, at 5.40 p.m. For Rye Park and Dalton—On Friday, at 7 a.m. &nbsp; For Reid's Flat, via Phil's Creek and Hovell's Creek —On Sunday, at 10 a.m. Money orders issued daily from 9 a.m. until 4 p.m . On Sunday the office will be open between the hours of 1 p.m. and 2 p.m., for delivery only.
Latest Intelligence. SYDNEY—July 28th, 10.45 a.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 1 August 1874
Latest Intelligence. (FROM MESSRS. GORDON ANDnd GOTCH.) [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] SYDNEY—July 28th, 10·45 a.m. Mr. Robert Palmer Abbott, Solicitor, has accepted the office of Minister of Mines, and was sworn in yesterday as a member of the Executive Council. July 31st, 7·25 p.m. Several more teachers under the Council of Education have been suspended. The Lord Bishop of Sydney has opposed secular education. A Writ has been issued for the election of a Member of the Assembly in the room of Mr. R. P. Abbott. Mr. Moffitt, the stationer, died to-day. The Mail Steamer, Tartar, left San Fran cisco on the 28th ult. The half-yearly meeting of the Peak Downs Copper Mining Company has been adjourned until next month. The prisoners, Bow and Fordyce, were released yesterday. The weather is unsettled, and floods are expected in the country districts. The wool sales were well attended ; and the competition was fair. Fat cattle have receded from ten to fifteen shillings per head. The supply is heav...
CROWN LANDS SALE. AT THE POLICE OFFICE, YOUNG, On Saturday, the 29th of August. SUBURBAN LOTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 1 August 1874
CROWN LANDS SALE. &nbsp; AT THE POLICE OFFICE, YOUNG, On Saturday, the 29th of August. SUBURBAN LOTS. Lot A, portion 65, 26 acres 2 roods ; lot B, por- tion 66, 26 acres 2 roods ; lot C, portion 67, 18 acres 36 perches ; lot D, portion 68, 16 acres 38 perches ;—all in the county of Monteagle, parish &nbsp; &nbsp; of Murringo, on and near the north-eastern side of the road from Cowra to Murringo, lying between the north-western boundary of J. T. Briggs', jun., 41 acres 2 roods, and the south-eastern boundary of W. Broughton's 51 acres 3 roods, No. 32. 74—9730. Lot E, portion 69, 12 acres 2 roods 24 perches ; lot F, portion 70, 11 acres 1 rood 9 perches ; lot G, portion 71, 10 acres 19 perches ;—all in the &nbsp; &nbsp; county of Monteagle, parish of Murringo, adjoin- ing the eastern boundary of W. Bathkin's portions Nos. 13 and 14 of 29 acres 3 roods and 29 acres 2 roods respectively. 74—9729. Upset price, £2 per acre.
LATEST INTELLIGENCE. LONDON—JULY 24. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 1 August 1874
LATEST INTELLIGENCE. REUTER'S TELEGRAMS TO AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATED PRESS. LONDON—July 24. &nbsp; The House of Commons has unanimously voted £15,000 annually for Prince Leopold. Mr. Disraeli will not support the Appellate Judicature Bill, the Land Transfer Bill, or the obnoxious clauses in the Endowed School Bill. The prorogation of Parliament is fixed for the 8th August. JULY 25. Mr. Donald Maclean has been gazetted a Knight Commander of the Order of St. Michael and St. George, and Colonel Ward has been made a Com- panion of the same Order. Schuvaloff has been appointed Ambassador at London. The corn market is declining in prospect of a good harvest. The copper market is depressed, with few &nbsp; transactions. Chili, £77 ; Australian, £86 to £88. The tin market is unsettled and depressed with receding quotations. Straits, from £97 to £95. Australian tin ore has been sold by tender at prices ranging between £50 and £60. PARIS—July 25. &nbsp; After a long and ex...
THE PALMER RIVER GOLD-FIELDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 1 August 1874
THE PALMER RIVER GOLD-FIELDS. That there is gold being got on the Palmer is a fact worthy of notice, when we consider that hardly a pound of meat leaves the butchers' shops without payment, and that in gold. Now, in con- sidering that 81,000 lbs. of meat are consumed monthly, this gives, at 1s. per lb., £4050, which in gold wouid be about 1000 ozs. per month, and this quantity only taken by the butcher, besides that which the storekeepers receive, for nearly all transactions are made in bullion, that being the currency, and in addition to the fact that diggers are hoarding their gold and will not sell at the prices offered, £3 15s., they considering it worth a deal more. There is no doubt that between Mount Surprise and the Palmer there will ere long be a large number of stations formed ; for the country, in many places on the Tate and Elizabeth Creek, is very fair for both cattle and sheep, com- prising a large extent of black soil and cork-tree plains, which are undeniable for sto...
AMERICAN PILGRIMS AT ROME. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 1 August 1874
AMERICAN PILGRIMS AT ROME. Rome, June 9. — Tbe Bishops Dwenger and Theard waited upon Cardinal Antonelli yesterday, to express the very great desire of the American pilgrims to pay a visit to the Pope. They were con- sequently received by his Holiness at noon to-day, together with some American Catholics residing in Rome, the total number present being about two hundred. Several cardinals, prelates, and dis- &nbsp; tinguished Roman personages attended the audience. Mgrs. Dwenger and Theard read ad- &nbsp; dresses to the Pope, expressing the devotion &nbsp; of the pilgrims and all American Catholics. The Pope replied : " Amid the darkness of the world, this is a ray of light. The enemies of the Church are numerous, but great consolations reach me from the Old and New World, where the true faith has been so marvellously developed that it has been necessary to increase the number of dioceses. Still a great part of the continent remains occupied by false religion...
LONDON MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 1 August 1874
LONDON MARKETS. &nbsp; WOOL.—Messrs. Charles Balme and Co.:— The &nbsp; attendance and competition at the sale-room are well maintained, and, with the exception of middle class—especially faulty—fleece wools and washed &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; half-breds, prices continue to rule about on a par with the March quotations. Noticeable features are the comparatively high relative range of value of all descriptions of scoured wool, and the re- covery in prices of pieces and locks, which show &nbsp; &nbsp; an advance of 1d. to 1½d. on the opening sale &nbsp; rates. The principal support during the series &nbsp; has been derived from the French and foreign branches of the trade, who have taken by far the largest proportion of the quantities offered, and on whom the burden of competition has mainly &nbsp; fallen. The stock held by the home trade will, presumably, hardly do more than cover adequately th...
IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 1 August 1874
IMPOUNDINGS. BETHUNGRA.—Impounded at Bethungra, on the &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; 20th of July, from Doughlahan's Creek, by order of Superintendent :— &nbsp; Roan grey mare, Y2 near shoulder, star, mealy- muzzle, sore back, like 6 near thigh, 3 years. Bay mare, HP over T near shoulder, star and snip, broken, T near thigh, 6 years. Bay gelding, DR near shoulder, star, hind feet white, sore back, 6 years. To be sold on August 13th. COWRA.—Impounded at Cowra, on the 17th of &nbsp; &nbsp; July, from Milton, by order of S. G. Alford, &nbsp; Esq. :— Bay entire horse, star in forehead, triangular brand over R hear shoulder, 3 years, 15 hands. Bay mare, off eye out, W near shoulder, G near thigh, aged, 15 hands. Bay filly, J over A near shoulder, star in fore- head, aged, 14½ hands. Bay mare, star in forehead, near fore and near hind foot white, like U over M off shoulder, aged, 15 hands. Black entire colt, star in forehead, SY. off shoul- d...
COMMERCIAL. BURROWA PRICES CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 1 August 1874
COMMERCIAL, BURROWA PRICES CURRENT. Flour, fine, £13 per ton. &nbsp; Ditto, seconds, £12 per ton. Bran, £2 10s. per ton. &nbsp; Wheat, 3s. 9d. to 4s. per bushel. Maize, 3s. 9d. to 4s. per bushel. Oats, 3s. per bushel. Barley, 3s. per bushel. Hay, £3 to £3 10s. per ton Cheese, 6d. per lb. Butter, 1s. per lb. Bacon, 6d. per lb. Eggs, 1s. per dozen. Potatoes, 5s. per cwt. Sheepskins, 4d. to 6d. per lb. Hides, 3d. per lb. Hair, 1s. per lb. Wattle bark, £3 per ton.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 1 August 1874
TEN SHILLINGS REWARD. LOST, between Burrowa and Corcoran's Crossing-place, a LACE CUFF, with Gold Wrist-Stud attached. WILLIAM J. E. WOTTON. WORKING BULLOCKS. For Sale, AT GEGULLALONG, a PAIR of LEADERS and a PAIR of POLERS, in good condition, and always accustomed to work together. Apply to MR. C. BLOOMFIELD, Gegullalong. WINTER DRAPERY. WINTER DRAPERY. Men's & Boys' Clothing. BLANKETS! BLANKETS! BLANKETS! T. J. O'NEILL Has received instructions to SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION, ON TUESDAY NEXT, 11th AUGUST, AT ELEVEN O'CLOCK, AT COUPLAND'S HOTEL, ROCKY PONDS CREEK, A LARGE and VARIED ASSORTMENT of the above GOODS, consisting of Blankets of all sizes and colours, Plaids and Woollens, Winceys, Tweeds, Linen and Union Ticking, Flannels, Sheeting and other Calicoes, Hollands, Druggetting, Chinese Matting, Men's and Boys' Suits, Fancy and other Goods. The Auctioneer desires to call attention to the above, every article submitted being for POSITIVE SALE, and In Lots to suit all Classes...
THE TENANT-RIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 1 August 1874
THE TENANT-RIGHT. 'You have a fine time of it among the quality, there's no denying it,' said Mary Connor to her foster-sister, Grace Kenny. 'You have, miss, a fine time of it ; and why not ? Sure it's your birth- right, dear. You have as much right to the car- riage as I have to the piggin,' she continued, lifting it up from the ground with a cheerful smile, and poising it upon her head with the grace of a Grecian nymph. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; 'But, Mary, why do you not come up to the big house, and be my own maid ? My dear uncle lets me do just as I like. I might have twenty own maids if I wished. BeII will soon go away to be married so do, Mary, come ; surely I have a &nbsp; right to my foster-sister ? 'Every right in life, dear ; next to my grandmother.' &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; 'and, Phil—' added the young lady ; ' but &nbsp; indeed...
MANNERS OF THE LATIN AND ANGLOSAXON RACES CONSIDERED. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 1 August 1874
MANNERS OF THE LATIN AND ANGLO- SAXON RACES CONSIDERED. Which people—English, Germans, or Americans &nbsp; —has the worst manners collectively, it would be &nbsp; invidious to attempt to decide. The Latins agree as to the bad manners of the three races, and very impartially distribute their dislike among &nbsp; all alike. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Each one of these Northern races is emphatic in its judgment as to the impoliteness and offen- sive bearing of the other two. Englishmen abhor German habits and ways of expressing their ideas &nbsp; as heartily as they do the American. Ameripans are not backward in finding beams in both their eyes. The German type is, perhaps, the most coarse and callous, the most indifferent to the comfort of others, because it is the least sensitive itself to the finer physical elements of nature ; it annoys without compunction, or scarcely con-...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 1 August 1874
The Burrowa News Is published at the Office, Marsden-street, Burrowa, every Saturday morning, in time for circulation by the early Mails all over the Colony. Terms of Subscription :—When paid in advance for &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; 3 months, 5s. ; if booked, 6s. Single copies, 6d. All accounts are rendered quarterly, and prompt settlement is requested. For Advertisements the following are the charges :— &nbsp; For the first inch or less of space, 3s. ; for every subse- &nbsp; quent inch or less of the same advertisement, 1s. 6d. &nbsp; 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. BURROWA .—Printed and published by GEORGE &nbsp; EASON, at the News' Office, Marsden-street. &nbsp;
OBITUARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 1 August 1874
OBITUARY. The remains of the oldest resident of this town will be interred in the Catholic Ceme- tery, at noon to-day, when it is expected that a large attendance of friends will testify to the respect universally felt for the deceased. Mr. JEREMIAH HOUGH was a native of Nenagh, in the county of Tipperary, of which town he was a resident until his emigration to New South Wales, upwards of 30 years ago. Soon after his arrival in the colony, on the first formation, of a township at Burrowa, he removed here, &nbsp; and for some years successfully conducted &nbsp; the Catholic Denominational School. He afterwards received the appointment of Deputy-Registrar of Births, Deaths, and Marriages in the Lachlan District—an office &nbsp; &nbsp; which he held for many years. About four years ago Mr. HOUGH was seized with paralysis, from which he never rallied. During his prolonged illness he was faithfully attended by his children, particularly by his youngest dau...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 8 August 1874
LEGAL Mr. Henry G. Donovan, M.A., SOLICITOR, Attends at Murrumburrah every Court day ; „ Binalong, Young, and Cowra, on retainer. &nbsp; Office :—BRIAL-STREET, BURROWA. &nbsp; NEW HAY & CORN STORE. THOMAS MEEHAN RESPECTFULLY informs the inhabi- tants of Burrowa and the public &nbsp; generally that he has opened &nbsp; A HAY, CORN, AND GENERAL PRODUCE STORE in his new premises in Brial-street, and in soliciting patronage confidently assures his customers that his Stock will be found of the very best description, and his charges more moderate than have hitherto ruled in Burrowa. IN ADDITION TO HIS OWN STABLES, Having also leased from Mr. BERNSTON those of the AUSTRALIAN HOTEL he assures his patrons that horses placed with him at livery will receive his personal supervision, and the unremitted care and attention for which he flatters himself that he has already acquired a wide reputation. NOTE THE ADDRESS !— &nbsp; &nbsp; BRIAL-ST...
RED RUST. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 8 August 1874
RED RUST. &nbsp; The immediate cause of red rust, mildew, &c., is perfectly well known, but I am not aware that any reason has been yet assigned why they attack one species or variety of wheat and not another, and why in one variety they appear on the blades only in any quantity, and but slightly on the stems, and in another equally on the stems and ears, destroying the grain, so that the crop is injured or entirely lost, and why their ravages are so much more extensiye in the colonies. &nbsp; Various observations have led me to the con- clusion that it depends simply on the looseness or softness of the cellular tissue of the parts attacked by the fungus, and this appears to me to be satis factorily proved by the following occurrence in a plant of the rough-chaffed white wheat. It is well known that this variety of wheat is remark- able for resisting mildew of all kinds, and a plant of it growing among my mildewed wheats, and remaining free from the fungus, q...
POST-OFFICE TIME-TABLE. ARRIVAL AND DESPATCH OF HAILS. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 8 August 1874
POST-OFFICE TIME-TABLE. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; ARRIVAL AND DESPATCH OF MAILS. ARRIVALS. From Yass and Tangmangaroo—On Tuesday, Wed- &nbsp; &nbsp; nesday, Tthursday, and Saturday, at 5·20 p.m. From Young and Marengo—On Thursday, Friday' &nbsp; &nbsp; and Sunday, at 6 p.m. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; From Dalton and Rye Park—On Saturday, at 6 p.m. From Reid's Flat, via Phil's Creek and Hovell's Creek —On Monday, at 5 p.m. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; DEPARTURES. &nbsp; &nbsp; For Yass and Tangmangaroo—On Monday, Wed- &nbsp; nesday, Friday, and Saturday, at 6·10 a.m. For Young and Marengo—On Wednesday, Thursday, &nbsp; and Saturday, at 5.40 p.m. For Rye Park and Dalton—On Friday, at 7 a.m. &nbsp; For Reid's Flat, via Phil's Creek ans Hovell's Creek —On Sunday, at 10 a.m. &nbsp; &nbsp; M...
WEEKLY CALENDAR. New Moon—August 12th—at 2-4 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 8 August 1874
WEEKLY CALENDAR. &nbsp; New Moon—August 12th—at 2-4 p.m. &nbsp; &nbsp; Day of month Day of week. REMARKABLE EVENTS. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Sun rises. &nbsp; &nbsp; Sun sets. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; H. M. H. M. 9 S 10th Sunday after Trinity. 6 48 5 22 10 M British tk. pos. Tasmania, 1803 6 47 5 23 11 Tu 6 46 5 24 12 W 6 46 5 25 &nbsp; 13 Th 1st book printed by Faust, 1457 6 44 5 26 14 F Tasman sailed from Batavia for 6 43 5 26 15 S [Australia, 1642 6 42 5 26