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UNCLAIMED LETTERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 13 November 1875

UNCLAIMED LETTERS. The foolowing List (No. 20) of letters lying at the General Post Office, Sydney, appeared in the Government Gazette of floveinber 5th : — ShipWetters, '.,-. 1 William Banks; Burrowa - 3 JameB Cairns, Binalong (2) . 16 Matthew, Roberts, Yellow Water-boleB 37 Mrs. C. Bytnan, Binalong Inland Letters. 164 Arthur Brinstol, Calabash, Marengo, 231 John Burrows, Kandook, Burrowa . 67 Win. Castells, near Burrowa 112 Thos. Clayton, Mollongulle, Cowra 149 Dr. C. J. R. Combe, Cowra 220 John Cox, Burrowa 246 A. Culigan, Fish River 261 DanL Curtain, contractor, Young ^ 6 J Thos. Dakin, Burrowa - ^ 124 F. Draper, builder, Burrowa 12 Mrs. Mary Edgeworth, Spring Creek 26 S. W. Ellery, Provisional School, Cam bamurra 44 Michael Fish, Binalong ?? ' 70 T. T. B. Foster, Esq., Binalong 17 J.. H. Gannon, Binalong 106 Miss Eliztli Grigg, Fish River, Wbeeo 9 Richard Mains, Cowra .*? : 32 Miss M. Hanen, Provisional School, Bur rowa . ?? ? .. 46 F. Hardy, Binalong 81 Wm. H. Hawkins, Binalon...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 13 November 1875

At the Balmain Regatta, on Tuesday last, the champion race, in wager-boats, was won by E. rrickett, beating Laycock, R. Green, and two others. On Tuesday last the foundation-stone of the new Mechanics' Institute at Young was laid by W. J. WatEon, Esq., J.P., who made a lengthy speech. Newcastle. — John Wilson, an inmate of the Newcastle hospital, cut his throat in a most fearful manner on Monday morning; the wardsruan found him in the water-closet, and struggled to get the knife from him. The matron came and staunched the wound, which is fifteen inches long, extending from side to side, and so deep as to almost reach the bones of the neck. The windpipe is severed in two places. It is almost impossible for him to- live. He wrote ou a 6late that he did it through despair, having lost hi6 character through drink ; he had been brought to the hospital suffering through drink. — S. M. Herald's Tcl-egram. Awful Death on the Road.— A most appal ling accident, says the Balhurst Independent, ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 13 November 1875

BIRTH. ON the 11th instant, at Yass, MRS. W. J. E. WOTTON, of a DAUGHTER. The Burrowa News SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 13TH, 1875.

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CROWN LAND SALES. AT THE POLICE OFFICE, BORROWA, On Wednesday, 8th December. COUNTRY LOTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 20 November 1875

CROWN LAND SALES. AT THE POLICE OFFICE, BDRROWA, On Wednesday, $th December. COUNTRY LOTS. Lot A, portion 3G, 40 acres, in the county of Harden, parish of Bookbam, on the right bank of Connors' Creek, adjacent to the southern boundary of T. Drumniuiid's 320 acres, and adjoining part of the northern boundary of Water Reserve 285. Exclusively of a road 150 links wide. (Selected by T. Oruminond.) Lot B, portion 55, 160 acres, in the county of Harden, parish of Cunningham, on the right bank of Jugiong Creek, and adjoining part of the northern boundary of Water Reserve 389. (Selected by Thus. Blake.) Lot C, portion 97, 58 acres ; Lot D, portion 98, 200 acres ; — botli in the county of Harden, parish of Binalong, on Kuryong Creek, adjacent to the eastern boundary of Jno. Morley's conditional purchase of 320 acres. (Selected by M. Cotter.) Lot E, portion 102, 100 acres, in the county of Harden, parish of Biualong, on the eastern side of the road from Binalong to Boorowa, nearly opposite to...

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DREADFUL COLLIERY ACCIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 20 November 1875

DREADFUL COLLIERY ACCIDENT. A terrible accident occurred in the Shropshire coalfield on Sept. 11, by which 11 lives have been lost. At six in the morning the pit's company assembled on the bank to descend to work in Henry Guy's pit, at the Donnington Wood Col liery of the Lilleshall Coal and Iron and Engi neering Company, of which Lord Granville is the chairman. A detachment of six men first went down, and then a second of five men. Henry Guy, the charter-master, remained at the top with three men, for whom he could not find work. After the eleven miners bad descended a horse was let down by arrangement. No one, however, was at the bottom or the shaft to receive it, nor did the shouts of Guy and his helpers at the top meet with any response. This occasioned alarm, and it was ascertained that a portion of the pit had fired, and that it was wholly full of gases, which when inhaled caused almost instant death. The alarm now spread with great rapidity, and the pit bank was quickly thron...

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EUROPEAN MAIL NEWS LONDON, OCTOBER 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 20 November 1875

[?] 5] WtmlB. mig$M$*lf^ram.-)\V - .London, Ootobeb 1; Encouraged %y. 'Hie »iendly StatuSe of the ColoBiul^Offioe, on September 9 tljB. conference was lield W tha C^anng pOroflS , ilptel -to cpnBi4er the ^BtWeaQB^^^^^u^^e^^yipea^ithii Armitage' gave :th£ -results bf^his .'observations during hydrograpbic surveys. Mr. Madeay's ex toIpring.,efpeJitfp^|vas referred Jtp apprpyjingly To '^prevent' 'irruption , of : adventurers ; it was inougm aesiraoie to organise some aeunite coio rising scheme. , After discussion, it was proposed to fornfa'W^e^y,:!B'uppo'rted %y public subscrip tions, under (government authority, and a pioneer band of 200_volunteer6 to be dispatched to form the nucleus of the1 colony. Another meeting is to follow, and a deputation is to wait, upon the Earl of Carnarvon.; . - , ? : The Victorian Budget, as compared with Sydney and New Zealand, has been' unfavourably criti cised. Protection ie believed to be destroying the tofospeijty'ofrthe colony.' *The Sttatnnayer, *-...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 20 November 1875

ST, PATRICK'S New Catholic Church, A SUPPLEMENTARY BAZAAR, in aid of the 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, C.C. Burrow*, October 14th, 1875. LOST, ON SUNDAY last, between Marengo and Bur rowa, A BLACK WINDSOB-CQRD COAT, containing papers of no value to any one but the owner. Any person leaving the Coat with the under Bigned will be rewarded. W. J. QUICK, Public School. Burrowa, Nov. 19th, 1875. KSTABUSHMENT, IN BRIAL-STREET, BURROW A. JACOB WEIFERT 'D ESPECIALLY* informs the inh&bi- XV tants of Burrowa and surrounding district that he has determined upon opening A TAILORING ESTABLISHMENT in Burrowa, in premises adjoining Mr. I. Stevenson's Store, and purposes commencing jusiness in about a fortnight from date. Having been Foreman and Cutter for Mr. J. P. Eitchie, in Yass, during th...

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INDIA AND THE EAST. CEYLON, OCTOBER 22. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 20 November 1875

India, and the east. Cetloh, October 22. All India and Ceyion is lull of othcial and un official bustle in preparation, for the Prince of Wales' reception. Committees are at work in all the chief towns, and even in rural municipalities ; subscriptions have been liberally furnished |in «dditioh io ?teveihe 'votes ; fend ihe= wealthier jnativejpare busy preparing some characteristic displays, or have^iiitimated their readiness to enaow^jnstitutijbnB^Barlng the Prince's name. The agent for the' Crystal Palace Pyrotechnic Co. has contracted ior a 10,000 rupee display of fireworks in Madras and Mudpra, a 12,000 rupee display in Calcutta, and probably a 15,000 rupee display in Bombay. Illuminations, balls, and reviews, as well as field and jungle sports, are all being arranged for in Ceylon. The Prince will be here till Thursday, 17th December. He will lay the foundation-stone of a breakwater at Colombo, and attend a public ball. There will be grand illuminations and fireworks. His Royal ...

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LATE TELEGRAMS. CONSTANTINOPLE, OCTOBER 9. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 20 November 1875

LATE TELEGRAMS. Constantinople. October 9. The decree issued by the Porte respecting the public debt takes effect immediately, and not from the 1st of January. The decree was, that public creditors are to be paid half cash and half bonds. The guaranteeing Powers have recommended Servia to adopt a pacific policy, and to withdraw her troops from the frontier, otherwise they will allow Turkey to occupy Servia. Lokdon, October 9. The Turkish default has produced great excite ment in the Stock Exchange, and a heavy fall has taken place in Turkish, Egyptian, and Peruvian bonds. October 13. The Admiralty minute, which has been pub lished, disagrees with the opinion expressed by the court-martial on the late collision, that the loss of the Vanguard was attributable to the high rate of 6peed of the squadron, and considers the accident was mainly due to the reduction of speed of the Vanguard, and the Iron Duke steering out of line. Lieutenant Evans is dismissed his ship, and Captain Hickley (...

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WEEKLY CALENDAR. Moon's last quarter—Nov. 20th—at 10.42 a.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 20 November 1875

WEEKLY CALENDAR. Moon's.last quarter — Nov. 20th— at 10-42 a.m. s % s » e Z .a « *g o Remarkable Events. *? a H ? *_l_ H. M. H. M. 21 ? S 26ffc Sunday after Trinity. 4 47 6 44 22 M (21) Princess Royal born, 18404 47 6 45 23 Tu Tasmania discovered, 1642|4 46 6 46 24 W John Knox died, 1572 4 46 6 47 25 Tli Mitchell started on his first ex- 4 46 6 48 26 F [pedition, 1831|4 45 6 49 27 S Pacific Ocean discovered, 151914 44 6 50

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LATEST INTELLIGENCE. REUTER'S TELEGRAMS TO AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATED PRESS LONDON, NOVEMBER 6. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 20 November 1875

LATEST INTELLIGENCE. beuteb's telegrams to austbauah associated fb.es81 . London, November 6. Mb. W. E. Forster yesterday openea the session of the Edinburgh Philosophical Institute, and delivered an address on the 'Colonial Empire of Great Britain.' He strongly deprecated any separation ideas, and hoped that future statesmen would arrange practical details for a scheme of federation. . It is proposed to erect a' memorial to the memory of the late Commodore Goodenough. Messrs. Ralph Tate and Horace Lamb have been selected for Professorships in the Adelaide University. Wheat is dull ; Adelaide is quoted at 53s. to 55s. Flour, 33s. to 39s. 'J^* The Copper market is without noticeable alt^yi tion, and presents no new features. Tin is inactive ; Straits is quoted at £83. November 8. Earl Derby has declined to interfere officially on behalf of the holders of unpaid Turkish bonds. Novembers. At a banquet given by the Lord Mayor, at the Mansion House, the Right Hon. B. Disraeli made a spee...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 20 November 1875

®[je §uiTofo;i |jtcfos SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 20th, 1875.

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PARLIAMENT NEW SOUTH WALES. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 17. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 20 November 1875

PARLIAMENT OF NEW SOUTH WALES. Tuesday, Novembee 17. The 'second session of the eighth Parliament of New South Wales, under its present constitution, was opened by his Excellency the Governor, at noon, at the Legislative Council Chambers, with the following speech:— . U' . Honorable Gentlemen of the Legislative Council, jdnd Gentlemenvf the Legislative A ssembly,— l.VThe period to .which. the late Session of Parliament extended— the urgent importance of various mattere of administration which have en grossed the attention of Government during the recess— and the preparation of numerous mea sures, which will as soon as possible be submitted to you, have combined to prevent me from calling you together at an earlier and more convenient time: %' The protracted illness of the late Agent General of the colony, which resulted in the death of that old and. distinguished public servant, and the difficulties connected with our public business in England, rendered it nesessary, in the judgmen...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 20 November 1875

The meeting of Parliament naturally recalls public attention to the urgent, political neces sities of the country, and to the present completely disorganised condition of the ma chinery by which its Government is supposed to be conducted. It is time that an attempt was made to enforce Mr. Parley's suggestion, and by withdrawing from consideration in the present Session work which there seems to be little intention of completing, to allow ? the Estimates and Appropriation Act to pass before the commencement of the year to which they refer, and thus get rid of the bad precedent of allowing the Session of Parlia ment to be prolonged beyond Christmas, in stead of, as used to be the practice, confining it to a much more suitable period of the year. Long as is the list of measures contained ?in the Ministerial programme, there are few of them which may not be postponed without public detriment for a few months ; especially if euch postponement has been at the instance of a Council and Ass...

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IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 20 November 1875

IMPOUNDINGS. BubRANGOKQ. — Impounded at Burrangong, on the 3rd day of November, 1875, from Harden, by Mr. Patk. Newland :— Bay mare, PW near shoulder, near hind foot ' white, star and snip, shod, has sore back, aged, 15 ? hands. To be sold on 25th November. . Cowea. — Impounded at Cowra, on the 2nd day of November, 1875, from Cudgelo, by John Peasley: — '' Bay horse, hind feet white, white stripe on ' forehead, broken, saddle-marked, co over /-. over '?' ' TH near shoulder, like X near hip, aged, about 15 .'hands, :j To be sold on 25th November. Gbgkfell. — Impounded at Grenfell, on the 1st 1 day .of November, 1875, from Weddin Station, by order of J. Daley: — Grey mare, £g off shoulder, H in circle, near shoulder, aged, 14 hands. Boan filly, f B near shqplder, 1 year, 12 hands. Chestnut mare, S near shoulder, PC near ribs, 5 years, 14 hands. To be sold on 25th November. Gunning. — Impounded at Gunning, on ths 3rd day of November, 1875, from Ourlong, by Mr. D. Murray: — ' Chestnut h...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 20 November 1875

Cjjc §niTofoa $jhfos ., Is jmlllshed at the Office, Marsden-street , Burrotea, every Saturday morning, in lime for circulation by the early Mails all over Hie Colony. Terms of Subscription : — When paid in advance for 3 monilis, 5s. ; if booked, 6s. Single copies, 6d. AM accounts are rendered quarterly, and prompt settlement is requeiled. For Advertisements the following are the charges : — For Vie first inch or less of space, 3s. / for every subse' quent inch or less of the same advertisement, It. 6d. A reduction of twenty Jive per cent, toitl bi made on all advertisements inserted for three months ; and of 10 per cent, if inserted for one month. Buhrowa : — Printed and published by GbobM Kason, at the News' Office, Uanden street. .

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Latest Intelligence. SYDNEY — November 16, 3.18 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 20 November 1875

fittest Intelligence. (From Messes. Goedon and Gotoii,) [by electeio teleoeaph.] SYDNEY ----November 16, 8-18 p.m. His Excellency the Governor opened Par liament at noon to-day, with the usual ceremony, in presence, of a great concourse of spectators. His Speech was unimportant. It congratulated hon. members on the con tinued prosperity of the colony aud the satisfactory state of the Revenue, which exceeded all anticipations. It enumerated the measures proposed to be dealt with during the session, including . an Amended Mining Bill— the re-introduction of the Stamp Duties Bill — an extension of the. advantages of Public Education — the regulation of Munici palities — the extension of Eailways aud Telegraphs — the management of Public Boads— defining the privileges of Parliament — the improvement of the Colony's Military Defences— an amended Immigration scheme — and an Amended Electoral Bill. It also made reference to the Treasurer's visit to England, and to the satisfactory operatio...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 20 November 1875

rii^fjgptyBHCTMBBTiso jSp Yiiss,— A second meet ing of creditors in the ;insol vent eBtste of James Shee]iy,o£ Burrow*, cordial fflanufaotnrer and etorekeeper.Tvafliield before the district Comrais LjtBioner^ptt; JTa^.^JE), at the Court-house yesterday. Ther« were no. creditors present, yieiMolfeatX^r ^h--m Mr'Windeyer appeared) %-as.present, and iavjng. been sworn, stated :— I atlOTbute^ecMiBe of my insolvency to losses .jnpurwd ' in jny business and to pressure of creditbra—ibxee executions having been in my premises at one tune* I bad satisfied tbree execu tions before this; my resources were then quite '?' -%sm«ftted;s 1 Jiaye no means whatever, except « ihose ^eptioned in my schedule, whereby I can totisfy any claim against my estate; I wish to amend my schedule ; I have omitted in the list ^£-erisdiJ;prB and claimants, Wright, Heaton^anfl WSteiot about £13 for carriage on railway ; there fcitigjtwo other creditors omitted, Saywell, for £62, ^WM the other, whose name I forget, ...

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AT THE POLICE OFFICE, MURRUMBURRAH. On Wednesday, 8th December. COUNTRY LOTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 20 November 1875

AT THE POLICE OFFICE, MURRUMBURRAH, On Wednesday, 8th December. COUNTRY LOTS. Lot A, portion 177, 50 acres 2 roods, in the ' county of Harden, parish of Currawong, adjoining the western boundary of J. M. Doyle's conditional 1 purchase of 50 acres, No. 174. Exclusively of a i road 1 chain wide. j Lot B, portion 31 3, 51 acres; Lot C, portion ; 3J4, 60 acres;— both in the county of Harden, parish of Murrimboola, adjacent to the southern boundaries of J. M. Doyle's conditional purchase ! of 50 acres, No. 174, and portion 177 (lot A of this sale). Upset price, £1 per acre.

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THE MANDURAMA GOLD-FIELD. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 20 November 1875

THE MANDURAMA GOLD-FIELD. A CORRESPONDENT, who has just returned from a flying visit to this new digging has furnished us with the following authentic account of its pre sent circumstances and prospects. The ground upon which the gold-field is situate is part of theCoombing Property, an estate about five miles from Carcoar, which lias been for many years in the possession of the Icety family. The land has long been well known to be auriferous, but it is only recently that the proprietor has acceded to the expressed wishes of a great many people who '? have a high opinion of its value, and has consented to allow the estate to be thoroughly tested. The portion of the property to which at present the diggers will be confined may be said to extend about four miles along the Mandurama Creek, which runs through the property. At the junction of the Canowindra and Cowra roadB a township lias been laid out; and it is understood that Mr. Icely has already sold or leased over 270 allot ments f...

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