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AUSTRALIAN WHEAT IN ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 25 December 1875

AUSTRALIAN WHEAT IN ENGLAND. Some few months back we noted the fact of Mr. Mechi. of Tiptree, having entered on experiments with South Australian seed wheat, which was forwarded to him for that purpose by the Agent General of South Australia. We have now, after harvest, the result of the 'first trial, which is clearly stated in the 'following extract irom a letter addressed % Mr. Mechi to the Agricultural Gazette : — 'After passing the Australian wheat through the dressing-machine (writes the owner of Tiptree), the yield is only at the rate of 12 buBhels per acre of saleable wheat The adjoin ing English wheat yielded 32 bushels grain and much more straw, so that it is evidently an unpro fitable investment for the British farmer. No doubt its parent, originally, was English wheat It brings with it here the Australian climatic characteristic, namely, short straw, fine quality of grain, and early ripening, but feeble power* of branching or tillering. There was an invalid look about it,...

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EPIDEMIC DISEASES. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 25 December 1875

EPIDEMIC DISEASES. The following memorandum has been prepared by tbe Acting-Medical Adviser to the Govern ment, for distribution in the country districts, with the view of averting or reducing the virulence of any seriouB outbreak of scarlet fever or other epidemic disease : — Public Hygiene (the department of medicine which treatB of the preservation of health.) can only be effective when it enlists the services of the people in continuous efforts at self -improve- ment and self-help, and in promoting the various influences for the material good of the community, and counteracting those tending to its deteriora tion. The appalling waste of life caused by prevent able disease, which is removable by ordinary sanitary administration, is hardly yet realised, although Mr. Simon wrote in 1871 as follows : — ' It seems certain that the deaths which occur in this country are fully a third more numerous than they would be if our existing knowledge of the chief causes of disease were reasona...

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UNDEFINED PRE-EMPTIVE LEASES. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 25 December 1875

UNDEFINED PRE-EMPTIVE LEASES. The claims of the undermentioned persons for pre-emptive leases have been approved, subject to the conditions set forth in the Crown Lands Occupation Act of 1861. . The rents of the lands in question for the year commencing on the 1st of January, 1876, murt be paid to the Agent for the sale of Crown lands of the district in which they are situated, or to the Treasurer in Sydney, within two months from 14th December, 1875. District of Burrowa. Daniel J. Garry, Binalong, 600 acres, in county of Harden, parish of Mylora ; rent, £1 17s. 6d. Phillip Mulcahy, Tass, 320 acres, in county of King, parish of Taunton ; rent, £1. ThomaB O'Neill, Boorowa, 300 acres, in county of King, parish of Graham ; rent, £1. Win. Summary, Boorowa, 240 acres, in county of Monteagle, parish of Narallen ; rent, £1. Winifred M'Namara, Boorowa, 480 acres, in county of Monteagle, parish of Narallen ; rent, £1 10s. Catherine Hurley, Boorowa. 300 acres, in county of Monteagle, parish o...

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EUROPEAN MAIL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 25 December 1875

EUROPEAN MAIL NEWS. Mr. Gladstone and the Turkish Govern ment. — A rumour has been afloat to the effect that the Turkish Government had offered Mr. Gladstone £50,000 a year to establish a sound fi nancial administration in Turkey. A Stout Party. — Barnura has secured another fat woman. Her name is Hanna— plain Hanna — and when she sits down on a chair the elephant moves round uneasily and braces his legs for the coming earthquake shock. — Detroit Free Press. Another run has taken place on the National Gold Bank, and for the second time it has closed its doors. It is doubtful if they will be opened again. Another run on the Bank of California was initiated, but was speedily checked. The Mammoth Gun. — The 81-ton gun having been satisfactorily proved, and the authorities well pleased at the results of its firing, we believe that orders will shortly be given to construct a gun of 120 tons, to throw a shot weighing half a ton, with 300 lbs. of powder. The details are not yet settled ; i...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 25 December 1875

However gratifying may be the proofs of the general prosperity of the colony as exhibited in th(p*i-^«mi^ -.Financial Statement, -the Goveritaeiit Mi»uld not' be encouraged to waste the public resources, aud we notice ?with surprise that, large as is the estimated revenue for next year, official extravagance advances with equal rapidity, and threatens to enjJJarrlfis^theTjCoIony with engagement's which it will meet with difficulty, and an expenditure which it will vainly struggle ho reduce. It is something startling to notice thaT* tfie' expenaitufe~6f ' ffie~c'dld^y'8n'ouia' .._Jjaveincrefs^dlvFilfi^i^he Ia6t fewjy^atf from less than'^2,t»otf,o5ohto nearly 'dbuble thaV amount, and that at the presenf timer the charges for establishments alone should' equttl the total expenditure of 1870 ? ? The expense pf^everp-department in 4he public service bjaj? bge'n ltirjely. iincveaped under the management of the present Govern ment ; and, although in some cases it may, be taken for granted ...

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IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 25 December 1875

IMPOUNDINGS. BnBBANGONQ.r-Imppunded at Burrangong, on December 15th, from M'Henry's Creek, by Mr. Thos. Richards :-~. .; . . : . Dark brown or black mare, JM sideways and conjoined over ? --b over JI or JT over Q near shoulder, T R over ? off shoulder, .— G near neck, off eye-lid cut, small star, aged, 15 hands. To be sold on January 6th. Gunning. — Impounded at Gunning, on 13th December, from Blakeney's Creek, by Mr. J. Dunlay : — . . Chestnut horse, star, W, J near shoulder, 7 years, 14 hands. Also, on the 17th, from Burryong : — Bay horse, star, near hind foot. white, J*P near shoulder, 3 near rump, G 2 off shoulder, 9 years,. 15 hands. ; Flea-bitten grey horse, P M near shoulder, aged, 15 hands. . . . ? To be sold on January 6th. Jugiokg. — Impounded at Jugiong, on December 7th, from Redbank, by order of B. M. Osborne, Esq. :— Bay horse, SN near shoulder, star, saddle marked, broken, 6 years, 15 hands. Also, pn the same date, from Cooney Creek, by Mr. J. Callen :— Bay horse, '-*...

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Latest Intelligence. SYDNEY—DECEMBER 2, 6.25 P.M" [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 25 December 1875

Ifate^t |ittelti|eivtc. (Feom Messrs. Gordon and Gotoh.) | --;V SXDNEy-J)EOEMBER2,6-25P.Mffl! The Legislative Assembly has adjourned: to January 11. J 4^' A Bill to amend the law of Libel has been read a first time. \ r|^-^|.rkeB'innpfiJa jd{ p^EmJi jt-f *oo$fidenbe in^he AJoverntne'nt is aajourneo! J tblthe' l^th of January. Five members have already certain. ' ' ' '?«'«, A new trial has been granted in the'TeW ^dworce-casei -'- ?? »-; .;»-»: ...^.,.,.^..- ...... A heavy thunderstorm is passing, accom -pan'ieil by rain. -The. inhabitants of ihejCJarence and New England ^Di^trictB iritend tolpegtjon'tlie Iui ?'perlal Parliament fof separation. ..: , : The interest . in ? ;t3ie Intercolonial : CJricket match is increasing,,.: Late (tplegrajms: repjprt the Sydney team to be in great form. Mr.~Samuel Lyons has been appointed an official assignee, in room of Mr. Mackenzie. ... The Wppl gales thisrweekllavelbeeniliss active. :? ,it ..? Bichmond continues first favourite for the Victorian...

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LATEST INTELLIGENCE. REUTER'S TELEGRAMS TO AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATED PRESS. LONDON, DECEMBER 16. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 25 December 1875

LATEST INTELLIGENCE. ? ;qr ^EnTBB'f -TELEGRAMS TO AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATED PRESS' % » 'M V; :$ London, December 16. A - tremen Jio. us ? explosion took place at a -vharf'at^ramerhafen, -a. seaport at the mouth of tfe Wfe^|byjWluc^ieventyTJeople were killed and oDe hundred wouridefl. Tlie perpetrator has confessed 'that it was a plot to sink the steamer MobcI for the eake of getting the insurance. : The Northern Powers have agreed to certain reforms in Turkey, but in the meantime the Sultan has taken the initiative and proclaimed the legal . pU^ianfcnff i«D * neTaisembl^ en: r the ^th* i& Februai-y. December 18. .-.TJie.Au6trflUan-jnail.yia— San. Jrancis.co .was. d£ljv«red.onf,tlie 33th December. The mail via , QripviBi ^a$alfp ftrnved. The -wool sales closed firm, but without an Xdvlnce?''lT-^8418Tiales' were' cal£logueH7'30,000 .'of which were taken for exportation. , The, im-. ports are 50,000 bales jn excess of lastyear.'j The^ next series of sales will commence on the' 15th...

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CROWN LAND SALES. AT THE POLICE OFFICE, BURROWA, On Wednesday, December 29th. COUNTRY LOTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 25 December 1875

CROWN LAND SALES. '.At7%HE- POLICE OFFICE, BUEBOWA, On Wednesday, December 29lh. ' COTJNTBT IXJTS. 'Lot A, portion 181, 60 acres, in the county of Harden, parislf of Beggan Beggan, adjoining the northern boundary of Q. Biillingham's conditional purghase 9f 320 apres,No. 162. ... . Lot B, portion 293, *40 acreB ; Lot C, portion '294, 40' acres ;— both 'in the county of Monteagle, parish, of Gegullalong, at the northern boundaries Jb£- il. iHurley'iB conditional purchases of 40 acres each, Nos. 183 and 184. «— LotD,, portion 326,, 59 acres 2 raods, in the county of .Monte,agle, parish of Gegullalong, ad joining the' w.estem boundary 6f J. Hurley's conditional purchased 320 acres, No. 281. Upset price, £1 per acre.

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PARLIAMENT OF NEW SOUTH WALES. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 15. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 25 December 1875

PARLIAMENT OF NJEW SOUTH WALES. Wednebdat, Deoembee 15. Mr. DarTey moved the second reading of ''the Verdicts of Felo-de-ee Bill, which .provided that ouch verdicts should up longer be required at law, forfeiture of goods and denial of Christian burial havine been not rid of. The bill was supported by Sir Alfred -Stephen,' Mr. Dalley, Mr. Holt, Sir William Manning, and Mr. Owen, and -opposed by Sir George Innes and Mr. 0. Campbell. The second reading was agreed to without division. . . . : The bill passed through committee amended by the insertion of of a proviso that nothing contained in it should affect the, law relating to attempts to commit suicide. The billwas reported with amendments to the House, and the report was adopted. The House in Committee of the Whole further considered the Bankers' Cheques Amendment Bill. The 8th clause was amended by the addition of a provision for the repeal of tbe existing Act 25 Vic., No. 7. The rest of the bill was agreed to, and the bill report...

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DEFINED PRE-EMPTIVE LEASES. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 25 December 1875

'' DEFINED ^PRE-EMPTIVE LEASES. The^ claims of the undermentioned persons for iire-emptiW leases have been approved, subject to %he ^-conditions set forth -in the Crown Lands Occupation Act of 1861. ? '/Dhe.retots of the lands in question for the year commencing on the 1st of January, 1876, must be paid.tprthe Agent for the sale- of-Crownylands of the district iri:wlrlch they are' situated, or to the Treasure^ in Sydney, within two months from '14th December, 1875. I „ ? .District of JWagga Wagga. | , Thomas Halloran, Junee, 960 acres, in county of (CJ£(re'ndbn,' parish of GWynne; rent, £3. Michael Comyns, Junee, 840 acres, in county of Clarendon, parish ot Haror ; rent, £2 12s. 6d. ..,,, r -N % . DMi-ict of Young. i ? Bntten^pencer^ Young, 960 acres, in county of Monteagle, parish of Woodonga ; rent, £3. - -3hrietoff-feonges,- Y-oung, 840 acres, in county of Monteagle, parish of Woodonga ; rent, £2 :12876a,;-; ', :.:;;?;?: :. ;; John Carr, Young, 960 acres, in county of Monteagle,-...

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

WANTED, AOENERAL SEBVAKT. Also, & MUBSE. Apply to MBS. WOTTON. EnroTca, Dee: lQtb, 1675. ' - To Splitters & Fencers. i WANTED, ON THE EAILWAY between YASS and COOTAMUNDRA,— 50 MILES of ONE-RAIL FENCING ; POST$, 6 % 2} jnches, and 6 feet 6 inches long ; BAILS, 6x2 inches, and not more than 10 feet ,long. ' ' PRICE, SIXTY POUNDS (£60) PER MILE. , Will be let in Sections of not lees than One Mile. Apply on the Works, or at the Office at Bowning. '. , .; .. ??-..?:,- ::i A..& R..AM0S,,. -.,.-, . i '?-.????T- ???'!/? ? '??'. ..:?; ?..?: '-Contractors. '-? — — !?'.':?,;? ' i :: _' ? : ? ?—. pSu**^-1 jJij^j-^S!^ mill '* ' TJ ^^^m5£^^^S^^^^'^ BURROWA JOCKEY CLUB, mHE; MEMBERS of. the above . CLUB are re 4- quested to assemble at Mb. B. LONG'S COURT-HOUSE; HOTEL on TUESDAY Next, 28th December, at 8 o'clock p.m. .' ' ; ; : A full attendance is requested! . J. J. COUGHLAN, : ?' ? ? : ? ' Hon. Secretary. Burrowa, Dec. 24tb, 1875, ./ f NOTICE. FT\HE undersigned will be in...

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BURROWA COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 22. (Before W. J. E. Wotton. Esq.) [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 25 December 1875

BUREOWA COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS. : Wednes'd'A7,h6ecembee 22 (Befogs W. J. E. Wotton. Esa.'- Samuel Baneit;. who had been apprehended at FrogmorfeipnMopaayJast, under a warrant granted py tbe^wiBna Bench for disobedience to a, Bum- nioas;wa§-rematided to Tuena to be dealt with. 3-BeforiB:f^. £'&.; Wotton and .&. Easoh, jEsqs.) *V/ Regina'T: Patrick M'Keague. Senior-Sergeant Hitch deposed : On Wednes day, the 15th instant, I received information that |, cheque, %| property pf Mr Jv N^Ryan^f . ^aUyrRyanJw.fljfie6n ptcleb : bj^ia nainedi Paddy the cook ; I proceeded to Spring Creek where I eaw a man answerinc the descriDtion civen to jnpj~.I.. ,.R6kjed,jthe, man J)i§. Jiame, J»4-M -Said . , Patrick M'Keague,, and tbat^ be ,wa|. alBo.calle,d igadd^rflie cojot^iltaglced ^&njfjievftad a, cheque during the past week, and he acknowledged he liad; 1_ asTtedliim where he'got it,' and he*said'he got it M iiaicbuserB':ppcfet^I: Alkeil [bin* whj-, the drawer of We cheq&...

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POST-OFFICE TIME-TABLE. ARRIVAL AND DESPATCH OF MAILS. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 25 December 1875

POST-OFFICE TIME-TABLE. . AERIFAG AND IJESPATGH QF- MAILS.; ? Arrivals. ,., * From Yass & Tangtnangaroo : On Tuesday, fj^ed-. nesdai^ ^uradafe^dj^tdMaj^^-J^TB.rt fj ?From Young and MarehgoSjOn Mdjiaay, ^ednfeB- ? Aav and 'FrirliMr Ik'it H&UViiini l&i Jfe ?. ^H ! Prom Dalton and Kye^JPark i On Saturday, at 6 From Reid's Flat, viaThogaiare : ^Ori Monday, at 11-30 a.m. Departures. For Yass and Tangmangaroo : On Sunday,yMon-, day, Wednesday, and Friday, at neon. .*' J i* For Young & Marengo : On Wednesday, Thursday, and Saturday, at 1*20 p.m. For Rjtfl.Pflrhniind r-a]f.oa.j:4)fl-Ii'jiday|-at:J-a.m,--- For ?B^'S^K.i^.Ffpgmpreir Op Saturdays at 1-30 piiLfft A di 1. 1 r- . -( ' - f if s Money'-oraers lfsu^^aliypSom TTa.m. 'until 4 p.m. ., On Sunday the Office will be open between the hours of 1 p.m. and 2 p.m., fpr delivery only. y* ry *?' y p rr^ ' '.y »

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

BEW&ME OF BASE IMITATIONS OF El LEY BEOTHEES' ORIGINAL £5 BALES, 'PERSONS in the interior are cautioned against sending their money to some advertising; 3l shops, where they will only receive rubbish in return, after long delay. Messrs. BILEY BROTHERS have sent away more than 4000 BALES during the past twelve months, and have received upwards of 2000 LETTERS, thanking them for sending Really Good Aetioles with the greatest promptitude. NOTICE. Don't be misled bypersons now advertising Copies of our Bales, and adding'two or three shillings' worth of useless rubbish. NOTICE. Remember, it's better to have even a little of a good artiole than a great host of rubbish. w ? ' £5. ?£* On receipt of the above amount, we will at once tend per Mail, reaching any town in the Colony within six days of receipt of order, the following goods, packed securely in waterproof and canvas. £5. WINTER FIVE POUND BALE. One pair super Witney Blankets, for large bed. One white Marcella Quilt, for lar...

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WEEKLY CALENDAR. New Moon—December 28th—at 5.9 a.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 25 December 1875

?Weekly calendar.- ??? ??? New Moon— December 28th— at 6.9 a.in. '' 1 1 : cu^rmkM 'g o ? ? Remarkable Events. * ' $S ^-:v ?'?' -?? ??? ???' -I &? ? ;; ? ??-'? '???? '-'''? ??a.m. h/m. 26 (S Sunday after Christmas! --,?? 14 49 7 It 27 M Innocents. A -*9.7 11: 24 Tu [Colony, 1837 4 50 7 12 29 W South Australia proclaimed a 4 507 13 30 Th Sydney Exchange opened, 1857 4 51 743 31 F The ' Great Eastern ' launched; 4 52 7 13' 1 S._L_____ ? ? [1858153J7 13 SATUBDAY, ,I-ECEMBER 25th, 187,5. p

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ENGLISH MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 25 December 1875

ENGLISH MAIL. LETTEns for the next English Mail-steamer, via San Francisco, mu6t be postecHn_ Burrowa not laier than Wednesday morning, January 12th, at half-past 11 o'clock. '? -*-'-?? --''?

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EUROPEAN MAIL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 1 January 1876

EUEOPEAN MAIL NEWS. At the concluding sitting of the Trade Union Congress, the Admiralty slave circular was de nounced .as «, violation oi: the British constitution, and its imniediate and definite withdrawal was demanded. / An official return of the losses occasioned by the inundations in the south of France fixes the amount, at a little over. 100,000,000 francs (or £4,000,000),i The subscriptions to the Duchess of Magenta's relief fund reach 25.500,000 francs r#.i .O2o.onov The old Catholic Synod of Berne has unani mously decided that clerical celibacy and auricular confession are to be optional. It was also resolved to abolish the wearing of the cassock and the teaching of the Lachat School Catechism. Intelligence has reached New York from Porto Bico that Vanega6 will shortly be delivered np to the British Government. The indemnity and the damages claimed will be paid, the British flag saluted, and the Captain-General censured. The Correctional Court of Stra6burg has just condemn...

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PARLIAMENT OF NEW SOUTH WALES. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 22. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 1 January 1876

: PABLIAMENT OFiEW.JOUTH W^LBS. Wednesday. Decembee- 22. Is tha IiegislatiFe Assembly,— ...,.'? ' On the' motion for going into Comiflittee 'fff .W^yav^nd. Means, Mr. Parkea moved as an amendment that ' An'aldresB_bt'preBellted,to the Governor, irespecjtfully informing his Excellency that thi| Pouse, wmls disapproving of bfljer measures prop6se3 by his Excellency's advisers sinthe financial statement -of; December 8, is of opinion that the provision? tor the promotion of ' immieration is entirely inadequate to meet the wants of ihe colony ; and, further, especially dis approves- of ao much of -the proposals, submitted for railway extension ae includes the expenditure of upwards of £1,100,000 for the construction of railways from Sydney to Wollongong,;and ? from Junee to Narrandera.' Mr. Cameron took exception to^the motion on .grounds of ,pj&3t . The; Ijonse knew nothing of wKat tobk place in a Committee of Ways and Means. . ' ... Mr. Parkes said that the financial statement...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 1 January 1876

WANTED, A ,GENEBAL SERVANT. Apply to MRS. J. BOW, Brial-stneet. Burrows, Dec. 81st, 1875. WANTED, A SMART, ACTIVE LAD, One willing to become an Apprentice to the Printing Business preferred. Apply at the Office of this Paper. To Splitters & Fencers. WANTED, ON THE RAILWAY between YASS and COOTAMUNDRA,— 'fiO MILES of ONE-RAIL FENCING ; POSTS, 6 x 2J inches, and 6 feet 6 inches long ; RAILS, 6x2 inches, and not mora than 10 feet long. TRICE, SIXTY POUNDS (£60) PER MILE. Will be let in Sections of not less than One Mile. Apply on the Works, or at the Office at Bowning. A. & R. AMOS, Contractors. St. Patrick's SMy Catholic Suild. NOTICE TO MEMBERS. rpHE nomination of Office-bearers for the J_ - ensuing Half-year will take place on SUNDAY next, 2nd January. A full attendance of members is requested. J, H. CLAMPETT, Warden. Burrowa, 81st Deo., 1875. PUBLIC NOTICE OF-BDRROWA-STREET, YOUNG, Licentiate of the Royal College of Physicians, , &c, MAY be consulted EVERY A...

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