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IMPODNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 1 January 1876
mpOUNDINQa ? Bpbrahqoho.— Impounded ftt tfnrr&ngong, on Deomiber 20th, tfom Borrangong, by Edward ^d-fe bnU,,l, niar rump over like W*ear hip, 2. Heir, thigh, near horn down. Also, on December 2lBt, from Moppity, by Mr. W41Hpm,B6jd:— ; 'DarkbKnrn mage, Sg or S3 over ^ near thigh, ^ In hem off flhonlder, aged, 15 hands. &'Al*o, on same date, from Seventeen-mile, by i^jf£ James Tnnney : — ^Chestnut, horse, W S near shoulder, 33 off abonldw, bald faije, sear hind leg white, near hip dpwn. Aged, 16 lianda To be jsbH on January 13th. ? GWmma.— Impounded at Gunning, on 20th Dtcember, from Blakeney's Creek, by Mr. J. JWalay:— : . Dapple-grey h*se, white- feet, bell an neck, J J (the second J reversed) or JL over t) near sboolder,' 7 years, 10£ hands. Bay. horse, small Btar, collar-marked, HF or R P off shoulder, 5 years, 15J hands. '.Brown or black mare, saddle-marked, E M or lot near shoulder^ 7 years, 15 hands. '^ffi8,'6n:De-jBmber-23rd, from Bunyong, by Mr? W, Grube :— '...
HOW THE AGENT SUCCEEDED. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 1 January 1876
HOW THE AGENT SUCCEEDED. My life- insurance agent* Benjamin P. -Gunn, is still around, «nd he is still actively canvassing for Kis company. A' day or two ago he dropped in t» persuade Mr. Pitman to take out a policy, and the following conversation ensued : — , . jGmui ;.? !? called ' : ?' i?£tthan': 0 g«t out I I don't want to be bored about life insurance.' U-unn ; i just dropped jn to see it ? v.iStmBn: But I won't permit you. Skip! This is the sixteenth time you've tackled me, and I'm eick.if it. I ain't agoing to insure my life., iTbl^ettled, . . '.'.'.'., ???'. Gtinn; Yon misunderstand me, Judge. I called to ascertain if you are a member of the Peace Syjdety. ;';':^i^li: I thought so. And, of course, you are ?willing *- Itflp along any scheme which will put «b end to war and murder. Pitman : Certainly. -Gokn : Well, then, just listen to me. I am 4tting in behalf of your Society. I have on hand a msjmificent plan for procuring permanent peace. QnjMltbu and making armies useless....
NOW AND THEN A CHRISTMAS SONG. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 1 January 1876
StOW AMD 1|P# 0(^1$&AS SONG. For near tw^ thousand 3*ai»J* 'Our CtiriBtmasseg^jg^oung agate ' . ?vC^^elcotoeitilJJncTiwry frame' ...,? :; - /Jffia^ooddJiar^BWfflaiSd^ace. ':,'.?? i . ~^hd^neflsage-then~wMch first-he tolcl— - Bepeats he jiotc, though grown so old, ;'l *?vlSS5sSS«firsa» a bgy, ;:., . ?; *.; ^ . , * . ---?. T^ajiiply^orejhe brau^M, ; Jfo.iwj^ligg itntJienifl taught. ; ' '^J-not^pruB^exclaiia the poor; - i *' \V-bile .misery bo gum ,- *-.??? % ctoudin|rTtibtf6 our humble door, Fot&icjumdjfdbr, one^by^Dne fiay, ^ We angels, sapg that eopg ; ' *£;\~;-^im them'rioUbldijynow'away-^ ^^?,TM^wait^fesr.ltog^ ;,,,- ^. - - ^jBSfett open wide, wjtb^r'4ial Jhiflart, * ^*-Ss|;'J!o.iir door to leiftBJHh in,; . . . -* . '?'?sslpe'y' wait to tear yonr^Beed&il/parf . . ' ^vFilled in our. Christmas hymn. But ting^a|lfoj4Ai-l sing again, \' ; Till, Titoe shall he no more; ''i~^. . And the old tune shall ring again 'Midst angels as of yore. Yes, round again, and rou...
INTERCOLONIAL CRICKET MATCH. MELBOURNE, MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 1 January 1876
INTERCOLONIAL CRICKET MATCH. Melbourne. Monday. The weather in fine, but hot, and threatening rain. The ground is very dead, owing to the heavy rain last night. Coates, captain of the Sydney team, won the toss, and decided on send ing the Victorians to the wickets. Campbell and Allan went in first, and when the Sydney team took the field they were loudly cheered. Camp bell was bowled the first ball by Spoffortb. Kelly then joined Allan, and the latter was given ont leg before wicket without scoring. Horan fol lowed, and was bowled bv SDofforth for 1. Three wickets for 1. -Sleight became Kelly's Partner, add' some' good play was shown, Kelly 'batting steadily. Sleight made 1 only, and was bowled by_ Spofforth. Four wickets for 37. Cooper now joined Kelly, and Coates relieved Evans at the bowling shortly after. The two batsmen began to open their BUoulders and hit the bowling in all directions. Evans relieved Spofforth, and Tindall relieved Coates. Kelly was at length bowled by Evans ...
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 1 January 1876
The date of our present issue marks the lapse of another year, and invites a retrospective glance at the changes which have marked its progress. The year 1876 found us in the throes of .a general election, caused by the temerity of a Pwmier, who wasted in a hopeless straggle the email reputation for political sagacity for which his admirers had been aocttstomed to give him credit, ana transformed to his opponents the emoluments of place and power wbidb his gross miscon duct of public affairs had compelled the constituencies to withdraw from his grasp. Bigfily objectionable as were many of Mr. Parkes'e Ministerial acts it is questionable if the proceedings of the present Government *an be considered any improvement. During the year a new Land Bill has been parsed 'which may be unhesitatingly pro nonnced a failure, and the Courts of Inquiry, which it hss constituted, a farce ; and a new Dog Act, which the Executive seem chary of extending to the districts where it was most required ; ...
MORT & CO'S WOOL REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 1 January 1876
MOBT.^'cd'S WOOL REPORT. Wool. — When we. wrote last month, we were without information as to the opening prices at ' the last ealei of the year, ? commencing on the 23rd November, but we have since learned that both Home and Foreign buyers were in full at tendance on that occasion, and that competition waB spirited at prices about on a par with those realized at the close of the preceding sales, and further, thBt values were fairly sustained to the end. The imports for the year showed an increase of 50,000 biles, a fact which necessarily influenced the market io some extent. The catalogues in cluded over 100,000 bales, and of these about a third was taken for foreign account. The next London sales are arranged to open on the 15th February, when Australian wools promise to be fully represented. This market has exhibited considerable firmness for all descriptions, and for good clips especially ; and buyers having shown every disposition to do business at fair rates, a large quantity ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 1 January 1876
Is pvllislied at tlte Offioe, Mwrs&en-ttrtely Burrotva, every Saturday morning, in time far circulation 1$ ikr* early Mails all over Die Colony. Terms of Subscription : — When paid in adtOMt-for 3 tsontlis, 5s. ; if booted, 6s. Single copies, Gd. AUt accounts are rendered quarterly, and, prompt tittltmtttt is requested. For Advertisements the following are ihe cbarffei i— For the first inch or less of space, 3*. ; for evtry subif quent inch or less of the same adtertietmimi,-'is. 6&. A reduction of twenty five per opnt, mill bemmde o* ell advertisements inserted for three months i and qf 10 per cent, if inserted for one month. ; BtTEBoWA .—Printed and published- by (JjOBM ? Easok, st the Kent' Office, ltaredonitre»t. :
Latest Intelligence. SYDNEY—DECEMBER 27, 7.51 P.M. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 1 January 1876
§tot |ntettijence. (Fsok Messes. Gordon ass Gotoh.) [BY ELEOTRXO TEBBrotfHcJ SIDNEY— Dbokhbee 27, 7-61 r.Jt. The Intercolonial Cricket-match — Victoria versus New South Wales — was commenced to-day. The Victorians obtained 186 runs in their first innings, Cooper and Kelly contri buting over 100 between them. , ., , The -Sydney representatives theti went to the wickets : and five are out for 75 runs. . December 29, 815 p.m. The Intercolonial Cricket-match was re sumed to-day. All the Sydney team are but for 171 runs, of which number Bannerman scored 88, and Powell 29. In their second innings the Victorians were disposed of for 81 runs ; and the Sydney eleven bare, therefore won the match in one innings, with one run to spare. Evans took seven wickets, Deoembeb 81, 6-20 p.m. Mr. T. S. Mort's Freezing Works sustained but little damage by tke late fire ; and the preparations for the shipment of a cargo of frozen meat to England have not been interrupted. Three children narrowly escaped ...
DISASTROUS GALES AND FLOODS. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 1 January 1876
taaAgTBDUS, GALES ASfiD FtpOM; ' . The ndrth-eastern ' coasts pi England have beeto visited by some Bevere gales. The barque Yotirir' , England, of Middlesbrough, from the Bkttf&W London, with deals, m making, vthe land, ?track' on the Cockle San3; 'ijearTTarmonth, when eleven of the men were drowneST and four men wer» rescued by theCromer beaciimfenllindjirondBjHoT the Yarmouth «ailors'H'omi in' a Verjr eihirttofcfc state. Several hundred vessels are' reporte'fl;^ being-iritos'Firth of Fdrtn1, tyrifcf- ihm+fith,-, ?masts gone. and. bulwarl£8%irried'awayf;; V. . ' Thft floods along the' valley of- the JMri; tti.th»r neighbourhood of , Sheffield, , . Eave'T.;'m Imett' accounts- be'eoroe .very .serious. ' At AlWeyd'fti*, '*. bridge. bas been washed away, Btoppihjj'ficmiriti- iM nicatiori with Sheffield. The valley af';'th6','p'(int J is a vast lake, fifteen miles long by abpUt;half |a'^( mile broad ; and atjiexborougb, whete th-' £?!?£» ' contracts, the water is forty feet dee...
LATEST INTELLIGENCE. BRUTER'S TELEGRAMS TO ASSOCIATED PRESS LONDON, DECEMBER 11. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 1 January 1876
? ii-;Tm i i ' LATEST nJTjBLLIGENCE. REETEB'B TELEO&lMB to australian associated psesb* ' London. December 11. Lord Derby, in replying tokn Ambasador, said tbat he adhered to the doolaration tbat their Lordships would not oppose as arrangement for placing the Suez Canal under uie management of an International Syndicate, though, be would net propose -that course. The object of England's action was purely defensive, and intended to prevent the preponderance of « larger foreign influence over the canal. ' The rumour of an earlier assembling of Parlia ment than fixed upon has bean authoritatively; denied. -^f In reply to a deputation from th» Anti-B^veiy^ Society, Lord Derby stated that be was quitp^ prepared to advise the Kliediva to abandon any scheme for the annexation of Abyssinia, if; eucb existed ; but the Government at present were uninformed of such a course of action. 'Lord Derby believed that the recent violation of Zanzibar territory by Egypt mutt be die to some misu...
MAKING HER TOILET. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 1 January 1876
MAKING; HER TOILET. A Paris correspondent- of- the Metropolitan, an English, periodical, .thus .gppBips in regard to* Frenchwoman;? toilet :r-' I .had- 4he .pleasure, yesterday of 'assisting,' as the French .idiom-lias, it—that is-tapayLlppSng on, no* helpujgrrrat'tlie toilet gfs Frenchwoman, a genuine Parisian. I was a great deal surprised, thfct I admit; and she was a great deal surprised at my surprise. ? She imagined .that the extremes of artificiality arrived at in Paris— making a sort of dual Woman, as it were, out of one— were known to us ; ana sne considers us semi-barbarians since ehe discovered how much nearer the natural state we are than, her compatriots. She began, my Francaiee, by submitting herself to her maid, who, on her part, began by subjecting her to a face-friction of elder-flow«r water. This accomplished, the previously sallow face became of a clearer hue, an ivory yellow. Every particle of impurity in the pores had yielded to the influence of the elder-fiower ...
BURROWA COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 29. (Before W. J. E. Wotton and G. Eason, Esqs.) Drunk and Disorderly. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 1 January 1876
BURROWA COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBEB 29. ' (Before W. J. E. Wotton and G. Eaeon, Esqs.) Drunk and Disorderly. Charles Bond pleaded guilty to the charge of being drunk and disorderly in Brial-stre.et, and was fined £1, or 48 hours' imprisonment. Malicious Injury. Charles Weifert v. Frederick Jlichards. Senior-Sergeant Hitch deposed : On Thursday evening last, the ,23rd instant, I met Mr. Weifert, who informed me that there had been a distur bance at his house ; he said three men had broken his windows, and asked me to take them into niwtnAv ; T innnired if he knew t.hfiir names and. , in reply, he said they were strangers to him, but j he believed they were working at the Frogmore Copper Mine j I recommended him to summons them for malicious injury, and he replied, ' where would they be when I get the summons ; ' Mr. Weifert pointed out the defendant to me, in Ryan's shop, and gave him into my custody for malicious injury to his property ; on my charging defendant wit...
POST-OFFICE TIME-TABLE. ARRIVAL AND DESPATCH OF MAILS. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 1 January 1876
POST-OFFICE TIMB-TABLTE. ABSIVAL AND DESPATCH OF MAILS. Arrivals. Prom Tubs & Tangmangaroo : On Tuesday, Wed nesday, Thursday, end Saturday, at 1p.m. Fr«m Young and Marengo :, On Monday, Wednes day, and Friday, at ll'3O ajn. t From Dalton and Bye Park: On Saturday, at 6 p.m. From Reid's 'Flat, via Frogmore : On Monday, at 11-30 fun. Depastures. ' For Yass and Tangmangaroo : On Sunday, Mon day, Wednesday, and Fridays at noon. For Young & Marengo : On Wednesday, Thursday, and Saturday, at 1*20 p.m. For Bye Park and Dalton : On Friday, at 7 a.m. ? For Reid's Flat, «w Frogmore : On Saturday, at ?''' VSpjun. ...-?.'. Money-orders issued dailj^ 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.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 1 January 1876
itHJB coubt-h6use Hotel, /f ' BURROW A. BENJAMIN LONG HAS ALWAYS Otf HAND ALL(KIND8 OF TEE BEST OF LIQUORS, I AT MAEKET PBIOES. CIVILITY AND ATTENTION TO ALL WHO MAY CALL. Cat Hay and Corn always on hand. THE HIGHEST PBICE GIVEN FOE FOBAGB. BILLET- WOOD! BifaT- WOOD ! Tenders are invited for the Supply OF AT P. H. SCOTT'S UNION STEAM FLOUR MILLS, : BURROWA. THE 'BUEEOWA NEWS' IS pnbliehed at i the Office, Marsden-Btreet, every SATURDAY morning, at 6 o'clock, in time for the Mails. Three Months in advance ? 5s. ,, if booked ? 6s. Single copies ? 6d. TERMS FOR ADVERTISING : slfor the first inch of space ? ... ... ... ? 8s. Every eubsequent inch of the same advertisement ? Is. 6d. A redaction of 25 per cent, will be made on all advertisements inserted for three months ; and of 10 per cent. if inserted for one month. Where the advertisement is limited, the number of insertions should be written across the face of the writing. IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT. WATCH AND JEWELLERY REPAIRS. WATCH AN...
WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 1 January 1876
''? WEEKLY CALENDAR; 'Moon's first quaiter — January 5th — at 1.28 a.m. ffi : ~~ I ?* . | 'i ?8*8 Eemabkable Events. c ™ ii___i± H. M. H. M. 2 8 2nd Sunday after Christmas. 4 54 7 14 3M [Australia, 1686 4 55 7 14 4 Tu Dumpier landed on east coast of 4 56 7 14 6 W Representative jGov. granted to 4 56 7 14 6 Th Epiphany: [N.8.W., 1843 4 57 7 14 7 F 1st war in New Zealand, 1845 4 58 7 14 8 S 1st Regatta at Sydney, 1834 4 59 7 13
GOLDSHROUGH'S WOOL REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 8 January 1876
GOLDSBROUGH'S WOOL REPORT. The auction sales held during the month have been well attended, and about 27,500 bales have been sold out of 3G,035 bales catalogued, thus making a total of 95,864 bales catalogued and 07,854 bales sold since the commencement of the season. Prices have been maintained at the rates quoted in our last summary, and there is no material alteration in any description. Telegrams were received early in the month reporting the opening of'lhe London November sales with a full atten dance oJ; buyers and good competition ; and although the rales obtained do not show an ad vance en September quotations, still it is evident that the tvade is in a fairly healthy state. Other telegrams since received report a mainte nance of the opening rates, and also advise the close of the series at firm prices. AVc note that the February sales are to be opened on the 15th of that month, being eight days earlier than this 'year r consequently a less quantity will be avail able, which...