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BANQUET TO MR. FRANK DEACON. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 30 October 1875

JJANQUET TO MR, FRANK DEACON. On Thursday evening last the friends of Mr. F. Deacon, the Manager of the Bank of New South Wales in this township, entertained that gentle man at a banquet at the Australian Hotel, when 34 gentlemen sat down.' The' sumptuous enter tainment which had been provided reflects great credit upon Mr. and Mrs. BernBton, of that botel. to wnom the management . ot the business had been entrusted. The room and table had been highly decorated ; every luxury which could be procured was on the table; and the company very gladly acknowledged the high character of the entertainment which the skill of their -hosts had thuB presented for their acceptance. Mr. W. D: Campbell occupied the chair. On his right was the guest of the evening, and on the left, the Rev. B. H. A. Gwynne. The vice chair was filled by Mr. J. N. Ryan. On the removal, of the cloth, after the usual loyal toasts, 'The Queen' 'The Prince of Wales and Royal Family,' And 'The Governor,' had been duly hono...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 30 October 1875

Burrowa Small Debts Coubt.— At the sitting of this Court on Wednesday last, before Messrs. W. J. E. Wotton and G. Eason, the case of C. Weifert v. J. Nash was disposed of, Mr. Donovan appearing for plaintiff. The suit was to reoover the sum of £4 10s., and the plaintiffs evidence showed that he had purchased a horse from the defendant for that sum, in March Jast, and allowed him to ride the horse home on a promise to bring the horse into town and deliver him ;up on St. Patrick's day. It appeared that defendant did bring in the horse, but in such a lame condition that he could with difficulty be led out to a pad dock. The next time the plaintiff saw defendant he insisted upoii the latter taking back the horse, and upon the return of the purchase-money, to which he swore the defendant consented, a fact, however, which the latter denied. According to plaintiff's version of the transaction, defendant consented to return the mpney, and then re-sold the horse to plaintiff for £1, a sum wh...

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A GIRL BITTEN BY A HIDEOUS REPTIL E. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 30 October 1875

A GIRL BITTEN BY A HIDEOUS BEPTILE. .From the Hamilton (Canada) Spectator. This week a young girl named Lucy Smith, residing jn the village of Aucaster, had gone out in the morning with her pail for the purpose of picking huckelberries.. Her feet and ankles were bare, but Lucy, like most country girls, was hardy and -strong, ; and picked her way through the brambles with as tnuoh grace and courage as an Indian. As she was walking through some pad docks she stepped upon something soft, slimy, and crawling, and on feeling a stinging sensation -MAI 11C1 ^LUltlC, Al&C U1C IUUVU Ul Or UilDblC, IVUbCU down and to her inexpressible horror, beheld a huge milk snake of extraordinary proportions twine itself around her leg and strike at it with dis tended hood and jaws. She remembered nothing more than that she screamed, until she found her self in her own bed at home. Fortunately at the time of her adventure^-Beveral men were working in an oat field near by, and Laving seen the girl ...

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CROWN LAND SALES. AT THE POLICE OFFICE, YOUNG, On Wednesday, November 3rd. COUNTRY LOTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 30 October 1875

CROWN LAND SALES. AT. THE POLICE OFFICE, YOUNG, ';..i On ^W&lneiday, November 3rd. OODNTEY LOTS. Lot A, portion ' 23, 76 acres, in the county of Bland, parish of Milong, on the right bank of Tumbleton Creek, and on the road from Grogan to. Young, Adjoining the western boundary of Telford and Rutherford's improvement purchase of 125 acres, No. 22nd. Milong Run. Exclusively of a road 150 links wide. 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. Bertliong 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 awes 3 roods, in the county of Monteagle, parish of Wambanumba, adjoining the western boundaries of J.Tunney's conditional purchases of 50 acres each, Nos. 96 and 98. Exclusively of a road 1 ch...

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POST-OFFICE TIME-TABLE. ARRIVAL AND DESPATCH OF MAILS. ARRIVALS [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 30 October 1875

3POSI.OF3Bi-Pi5PatE-TiBLB. ABBIFAL AND DESPATCH OF MAILS. - ABBIVAliS. ?' From Tase & TangmangaroD : On Tuesday, Wed-; nesday, IliurBday, pud Saturday, at 4 p.m. '; : From YoungSfidiMteTtfi^pj^jiMonday., Wednes- IVomDMtoii^d^e^arki: On^Satadayi «t € p.m. ?- '; -!}-»!: ?'?- '^fc I-' it-' .'. ''.''.' From Eeid's lijat, jwaJFrogmore:: On Monday, at 6 p.m. '*' DBPARTnEBS. For Yass and Tangmangaroo : On Sunday, Mon day, Wednesday, and Friday/aVB a.m?* v {' ; For Young & Marengo : On Wednesday, Thursday, and Saturday, at 4*20 p.m. For Bye Park and Balton : On Friday, at 7 a.m. FortBeid's Flat, WFrbgihore ? On Sunday, at ? . 6;a.m.y^[v ? | ?/ ;?[,_ ?. , . ; ?. .-.: ?'S^M6ney-br3ers issued- dailyj from 9 a.m. until 4 p.m. * v^t -T t. ' ?; '' \x --- '-- On Sunday JheJOffice will&e open between the hours of 1 p.m. and 2 p.m., .for. delivery only.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 30 October 1875

?.'li'sa-Aii. Mr. Iwrnry i. BMffnirlIJt.t- 80LI0ITOB, Attends at Murrmnburrah every Court day ; „ Binalong, Young, and Cowra, on retainer. Office '.— Bbial-Stbbet, Bubbowa. MEDICAL NOTICE. I HAVE this day disposed of my business as Chemist and Druggist to Mb. JOHN ROW, late of Sydney, and take this opportunity of returning thanks for the liberal support I have received during1 my residence in Burrowa, and soliciting on behalf of my successor a continuance of public patronage. T. J. GAERY. .Burrowa, 9th September, 1875. ? o ? Referring to the above, J. ROW begs to an nounce to the inhabitants of Burrowa and the district generally that he has added considerably to the Stock purchased from Mr. T. J. Gabby, and which will now be found to comprise every article in a well-ordered Drug Establishment ; and per* eons may rely on having their commands executed with promptitude and care. In addition to the usual assortment of §j)rugs and -Whemicals/ the Stock contains Patent Medicines, Trusses...

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WEEKLY CALENDAR. Moon's first quarter—Nov. 6th—at 7.59 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 30 October 1875

WEEKLY CALENDAR. Moon's first quarter— Nov. 6th— at 7-59 p.m. * ji ? ' ? ? - is- „? ? I * ' . ? S | *g 'o Eemaekable Events. e m ty ? : i- . . H. M. H. M. 31 8 2Srd Sunday after Trinity. 5 3 6 25 HI All Saints' Day. 5 26 26 2 Tu 'Fast on account of drought in 5 1 6 27 3 W . [N.S.W., 18385 06 28 4 Th Battle of Inkerman, 1854 4 59 6 29 5F Gunpowder Plot, 16054 586 30 68 Princess Charlotte died, 1817(4 57(6 31* ffilje §uiTofoa §tai . SATURDAY, OCTOBER 30th, 1875.

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ENGLISH MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 30 October 1875

I ENGLISH MJik-A : Lettees for ; fiie' next English Mail-steamer, via 'San Francisco, must ie posted in Burrowa not : laterihan WetlneBday moriiing;rNoVember 17th, at ?^HkJf^aBtV'o'clpck; / ;%;:..' / /'._.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 30 October 1875

— I ssaaaav aHx axosr jgji ?op 'sjaijog \baq ?op 'stredaDiregj '-ivaHO aaaaMO 39 osiv tilai ?0$ U3# (noraraoo) srcjog 8%mip!£ *op aaraqgeqc) (?op am?D^ *O(i 'opjupaQ (ip.i?ds pooM) sjreqo y sajftg oni j; S3[qi?X pnno$£ sajq^x Soiss&iq; aieAitf.id ^saqo spire^s-qsi?^ * W19 : m M mv® W9 'Oiqnoa) -op -oo: %W8^q'tti9*W9 '-op op oa «T6 UZ M ™9 'U9 '(3l3*ns) sptrappoa ao.ii 2 Sd3SVHOdnd HSVO o$ pa-iojjo aq \\im s^aeraeanpui [spadg pai^jjo oq him. qoiqA\ *spoo*) pouoi^uoinjopuu eq^ pauodo (jsnf snjf SillMHilO I STOCK, STATION, & PRODUCE REPORTS. [A E. Middleton's Repobt.] On Wednesday and Thursdav last, at my auction sale of Mr. F. Deacon's furniture, slock, &c, all lots realised satisfactory rates. Cows brought from £4 5s. to £5 2s. ; heifers, £2 5s. ; horses, from £5 to £8 12s. ; and unexceptionally good prices were obtained for the furniture. I also sold privately, on account of Mr. Kil foyle, 20 bullocks, at a satisfactory figure, to Mr. F. W. Hume. Burrowa, Oct...

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WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 27. (Before W. J. E. Wotton, and George Eason, Esquires. Illegal detention of a Horse. George Frost v. Luther Mitchell. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 30 October 1875

Wednesday, Octobee 27. (Before W. J. E. Wotton, and George Eason, Esquires. Illegal detention of a horse. George Frost v. Luther Mitchell. Mr Donovan for complainant. George Frost deposed: I reside at Hovell's Creek ; on the 17th instant I was passing through defendant's paddock and I saw a grey horse of mine ; I put the horse into a temporary yard in the paddock to make sure that he was mine, and I then went and informed Mrs. Mitchell ; next day I saw defendant, who is poundkeeper at Reid's Flat, and asked him why he did not send me notice that he had my horse in his pound ; I told him I had seen the paper, and he had not put down the right brands ; one brand is not very visible and a stranger might not have been able   to distinguish it ; my horse is branded with my registered brand, but it is not plain ; he is also branded W underneath my brand ; in the pub- lished notice of the horse no mention is made of the W brand although the brand is very plain ; next day I saw...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 6 November 1875

Is published at tfte Office, Marnden- street, Burrowa, * everg Saturday morning, in time for circulation by th* early Mails all over the Colony. Terms of Subscription : — When paid in advance for 3 monllis, as. ; if hooked, Gs, Single copies, 6d, All accounts are rendered quarterly, and prompt settlement is requested. For Advertisements the following are the charges : — For thejtrst inch or less of space, 3s. ; for every subse quent inch or less of the same advertisement, Is. 6d. A reduction of twenty five per cent, will bemad* on M advertisements inserted for three months ; *nd tf 10 ?per cent, if inserted for one month. Buheowa .-—Printed and published bj 0BOMS - Kason, at tbe New*' Office, Mariden-etreet.

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ENGLISH MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 6 November 1875

ENGLISH MAIL. LextSes f or the next English Mail-Bteameiyvia San Francisco, muBt be posted in Burrowa not % later than Wednesday morning, November 17tb, at half-past 7 o'clock.

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MUSIC WITHOUT HANDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 6 November 1875

MUSIC WITHOUT HANDS. The acme of machine-music appears to have been attained in an ingenious invention just perfected by Messrs. Schmoele, of Philadelphia, which was exhibited on the evening of June 10th, in the Horticultural Hall, to a few invited guests. The apparatus reads notes and plays upon an organ with absolute correctness of time and touch, the only assistance given it by the operator being to teed, in the end or a roll ot music and start the machinery in motion. OrganB have been played by electricity before, but the only part performed by the electric fluid has been to transmit the power from a distant bank of keys to open the valves of the instrument. Sucli an electrical organ has been exhibited in London for some time past. In the Schmoele instrument the electric current is endued with a seeming intelligence, and dis tinguishes the notes in tbe same way that a blind man does — by feeling. Marvellous as this ap pears at first thought, it is simple enough. The score is wri...

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WEEKLY CALENDAR. Moon's first quarter—Nov. 6th—at 7.59 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 6 November 1875

WEEKLYCALENDAR. Moon's first quarter — Nov. 6th — at 7*59 p.m. I « O ® CD ?g 'o Remarkable Events. 'c ' 'H ? j«__i H. II. H. M. 7 S 2&tk Sunday after Trinity. 4 56 6 32 8 M 4 56 6 32 9 Tu PrinceofWales'Birthday,18414 55 6 33 10 W Great Fire at Boston, 1872 4 54 6 34 II Th First Victorian Legislature met, 4 536 35 12 F [1851 4 52 6 36 13 S ' City of Sydney ' wrecked, 1862J4 51 6 37

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DIFFICULTIES IN REGARD TO FREE SELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 6 November 1875

DIFFICULTIES^ EEGABD TO FEEE SELECTION. The Wctgga Wagga Express says that amongst the many difficult questions which cropped up during tbe bearing of the case Flood v. Fennell, upon the subject of selectors and selections, there was one which is not the less important because it may have escaped notice. It is with respect to the devising of a selection. One of the pieces of land which was connected with the action had been willed to Mr. Fennell by a Mr. Wiieclahain. Mr. Wheelaham died before the expiration of the year which the Act provides shall elapse before the selector can transfer his interest in the land ; and it was urged on behalf of tbe plaintiff tbnt a testator had no power to devise a selection unless, at the time of making the will, he had resided upon the land the prescribed period. The objec tion may have been merely a Jega! point, but it certainly involves a difficulty which may seriously interfere with claims which have hitherto becu permitted to pass unchallenged. ...

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THE STORY OF ELISABETTA SIRANI. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 6 November 1875

tW^EY% ^J35A36ETTf JSm^II^ 'Eusabetta. m!a, I'iiBva'loBtjpeiMSUi— colours; come, cliild/^and aid pie to look |qT them. What ! thou art idling away all the (lay in* that corner, th|r6 _S^iB^b|xa^rpinsg j.i&tid ;ia yambitio Anne. too,- 'anil iW6 penciw; ^re'-JloBjtl; ti^i* IT TSignb'r Montenegro is wiiting forthe 'pictiire. I stall never finish it.' _: , .'.;.'' .'^TTi.' Tlie speaker-Giovanni Andrea Sirani, one of the' second-rate iarti$#%f*-tJ6Iogna-—aurriedijr tossBdia^oift^iAeBl.^paettefitoidtoilB^ making' the Btudio all confusion, and' loudly calling on Elisabetta fqr-assistaace. . She came forward from the Bunny nook in the vrindow, where she bad been hidden- find, addressing her angry father in a'^oic*e;-rein8rk^))e:' for in soothing apd sweet' tones, put into luis 'hands the pencils he required, arranged hie palette, and stood behind him while he again continued hie work. ' . . . EUsabetta was a girl of about twelve years, tall and weu^fbrmed,'tliough still child-like i...

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Intest Intelligence. SYDNEY—NOVEMBER 6, 5.85 P.M. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 6 November 1875

[?] (Feom Mebses. Gordon and Gotoh.) , [by eleoteio telegraph.] SYDNEY— Novembeb 5, 5-85 p.m. A woman named Evans was killed at an hotel in Kent-street yesternight. An officer of the chip Pearl ? htis ? been arrested on sus picion of being the murderer. An accident occurred yesterday on the Great Western Eailway ; but little damage was done. Bush fires are still raging in the suburbs of the city, and have caused the destruction of several houses. The Premier stated, in reply to a deputa tion, that the Government did not intend to introduce a Medical .Bill during the ensuing session of Parliament. A portion of wreckage, including a number of bales of wool, has been found off the coast of New Zealand. A fearful tragedy has taken place in Laun ceston. John Lambert killed a man and wife named Richards, and afterwards hanged himself. Port Pirie, near Adelaide, has been visited with heavy floods, causing business to be suspended. Good news has been received from the Palmer diggings. It is...

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FROM JOHN BRIDGE, CIRCULAR QUAY. SYDNEY, NOVEMBER 4, 4.24 P.M. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 6 November 1875

FEOM JOHN BRIDGE, CIRCULAR QUAY. Ssdnest, Novembeb 4, 4*24 p.m. The Wool market is very firm. At the sales this week, greasy parcels realised lOd. to 12d. per lb. ; fleece, 17d, to 22d. per lb.

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COMMERCIAL. BURROWA PRICES CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 6 November 1875

COMMEBCIAL. BURROWA PRICES CUERENT. Flour, fine, £19 per ton, or 40s. per bag. Ditto, seconds, £18 per ton. Bran, £7 10s. per ton. Pollard, Is. 6d. per bushel. Wheat, 7s. per bushel. Maize, 6s. per bushel. Oats, 5s. per bnsheL Barley, scarce, 4s, per bushel Hay, £7 per ton. Potatoes, 10s. per cwt. Cheese, 6d. per 1b. Butter, Je. per 1b. ; ?'.

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CONTUSED AND LACERATED WOUNDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 6 November 1875

CONTUSED AND LACERATED WOUNDS. Injuries to the soft texture from blows, or the application of a tearing force, vary in degree from the most trifling to the most extensive — in fact, from a mere scratch to the loss of an eutire limb ; it is therefore palpably impossible to lay down any system of treatment which could be applied to all forms of laceration and contusion ; every case-or group of cases must be dealt with accor ding to the extent of #e' Injury. ' Fatal prostra tion is to be apprehended from the shook to the system which attends extensive lacerations of structure; and, sliort of this condition, various degrees of exhaustion may be expected to follow the infliction of lacerated wounds, even when the structures implicated are not absolutely essential to life. In all instances of nervous depression following the occurrence of an injury,- the object must be to raise the fallen vital powers by the use- of stimulants. There is no question at the time of the probable remote conse...

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