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ENGLISH MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 8 January 1876

ENGLISH MAIL. Letters for the next English Mail-steamer, via San Francisco, must be posted in Burrowa not later than Wednesday morning, January 12lh, at half-past 11 o'clock. ' ' , ' '

Publication Title: Burrowa News, The
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DEEDS OF GRANT. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 15 January 1876

. '.-.'.;...DEBDSAOR.,.fl«A»T.-; ; ? ; :i 'SnESovwmwntiOm^leiSi: JannaryiSrd. notifies .that Deeds.iof Gran);, sunder the Bealfrpperjy Act, in favour of -th» undermentioned persons, «M ready r tbt ?:? delivery^ 0.t;,ihb . Begistrar-iGeneral'B .Office,. Sydney, nponjpayment of the assurance fee, when not fthjeady paid to the CrotfnJbandB Agent. , Applications for delivery {if in writing) must *e attested ey, a magistrate. . ? . „ S.G. Alford, 320 acres; in the parish.of Cowra ; . 32 acres, in the parish of Kfenilwortb. ? r . j A. Bembrick, 40 acres,in the parish of Olney. N. R. Besnard, 42 acres, in the parish of Crosby. ? ' ? ? ; ? . . ? ;.;.-; B. Brown, 31 acres 3 roods, in the county of King. ? '?'-?:?-, ' -.-.y H. Brown, 43 acres, ?? in the parish of IIlalfiM^^^ 40 acres, in the parish of Biualong;; 40 achJjB|lr^B| the parish of Bobbara. . . ;'*;. Samuel Carter, 200 acres and 120 acres, in the parish of Harden. ' '. .'t J. Dillon, 97 acres, 68 acres, 80 acres, 88 acres 2 roods, 6...

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EUROPEAN MAIL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 15 January 1876

EUROPEAN MAIL NEWS. ? o ? London, December 6. — Latest accounts from the Swathe Colliery indicate that the total number of lives lost is 140. The explosion was caused by careless blasting operations. Another disaster of a similar character is reported to-day in a coal mine near Pentrich, in South Wales. Twelve nersons were killed and ten iniured. New York, December 7. — A special from Paris say6 : — The Bonapartists are plotting. a coalition with members of the Republican party to effect the overthrow of the Governament. On the question of Senatorial nominations in the Assembly, members of the right and Left have agreed on the nominations of 44 Senators. Twenty-one Senators remain unchosen. New York, December 2. — A Berlin telegram says an interview has taken place between Gort chakofi and Bismarck, which it is believed, has resulted in a declaration by Bismarck of approba tion of the purchase of the Suez Canal by Great Britain. Home, December 7. — Despatches have been received at t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 15 January 1876

WANTED, rpWO GIRLS— one as COOK, the other as JL Laundress. Apply to Mr. ROBERT KENNEDY, Col lingwood, Gunning ; or to MRS. -MIDDLETON, Broughtonsworth. WANTED, A SMART, ACTIVE LAD. One willing to become an Apprentice to the Printing Business .preferred. Apply at the Office of this Paper. {ft: gPatrich's ffloly Catholic Suild. THE HALF-YEARLY MEETING of the Members of the above GUILD will be held fa the School-room on SUNDAY NEXT, the 16th i&stant. . business : Election of Councillors, and submit ting the Half- Yearly Report. Pjnes for Don-attendance. J. H, CLAMPETT, Warden. Burrows, January 14th. fc, £& Reward. LOST, from Mbgong Run, near Canowin dra, on the 4th November, 1875, one CHESTNUT HORSE, white face, near hind foot white, branded T in heart near shoulder, J in circle near neck, S off shoulder, S off ribs, 16 hands high. The above reward will be paid on delivery of the Horse to -Mr. JOSEPH WEBSTER, Hovell's Creek, or information to the under signed that will...

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COMMERCIAL. BURROWA PRICES CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 15 January 1876

... ? ... COMMERCIAL. !^:;._ BUEEOWA PRICES CURRENT. : Flour, fine^ j£17 pfer ton, or 36s. per bag. ' . Ditto, seconds, *l5.per ton. Bran, £5 pbripju,-.^, ?. ?'* Pollard, Is. per&uh'eL -- ' '''-J':-', Wheat, 4s. 6d. per busheL. ';_ , Maize, 6s. per bushnl. Oats, 6s. per bushel. Barley, none. Hay, £5 per ton. : Potatoes, 10s. pe/dCjrt, i , .Butter, ls.peril)!^:'- ^??r, ? ? Cheese, 6d. per lb. ?????'?- '£» -.-:; ??? ?

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THE BEAR CHASE. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 15 January 1876

TIDE BjJSAJR CHASE. -'?- ? J -s-tFrom the Wraith.) ? ? --- One evening, a short jfime after' the battle of; Eonfctnoy (J7(46), a 'gjoup of the King's boij^ giiard^aa congrigatea^ear the Latobft basin, at' ^erefiUMj;iiBtenini; to two if : their number dis 'tiiuiBinga subject which-at Chat. period was rarely a matter o£ controversy in military.circles. ? : ??^^ifuse * diielJAfter »? public affront!' -ex-1 %-claime& the tallest of the speakers, 'whose bronzed features .were rendered almost ferocious by « thick moustache; 'it is a stain .that all the waters of 'thte deluEre would not wash away.' ?I repeat, Monsieur de Malatour, replied the other-in-a calm, -polite tone, j.that .there is more true courage in ref using than in accepting a duel. What is rribre common than to -yield to passion, envy, or yengeance^and-wbat more rare than to ? resist them ? Therefore it is a virtue when exhi bited -at the price Jbf public opinion ; for what costs nothing, is esteemed as worth nothing....

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STOCK, STATION, & PRODUCE REPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 15 January 1876

STOCK, STATION, £ PRODUCE 'REPORTS. TMe. A. Hancock's Repoet.] My sales this week have been : One horse for £4 .5s. ; three yearling heifers and one steer at £2 each. I have also sold for Messrs. Culgan, Bros., two back blocks to Mr. O. Poplin for £1200. On Wednesday, I submitted at auction a valu able freehold property in Burrowa, formerly well known as the Times Inn, but obtained no satis factory offer. On Wednesday next I offer at auction 20 head store cattle, a large assortment of fancy goods, 4 1-acre allotments in Burrowa, and a very valuable country freehold, for which I anticipate spirited competition. Burrowa, January 14th.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 15 January 1876

^::fO'j^HE returns of revenue collected at the local land office, which appeared in our Jast issue, exhibit satisfactory proof of the growth of .T '- 7, '.settlerne'iit .witliiu the Burro wa district. The ^laud revenue, though large and important, - Mshows '4)uf Jittle of the spasmodic efforts to acquire land- which have been displayed in . r other parts of the colony, and is, as a whole, ?'' cle'arly indicative of a prosperous, but by no :- .''.means speculative, .community. ,:? ?',? ... An analysis of the return shows that the revenue derived, from land amounted - to no 1 - less than £20;677 9s. 8d.i-.-of- which condi * ? ?-? ^tional purchases form by far the largest item. . ? They .have exceeded thofie of 1874 ? by £540 r ? rlSs* 9d., - being iu the -former year £12,099 c i. lls. 3d.,' and in 1875; £12,640 5s. The revenue under the head'of Interest increases as addftionai-areasof conditional purchases flW|)]r«ught under this condition. The sum receiver! in* 1874 amounted to £1516...

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CROWN LAND SALES. AT THE POLICE OFFICE, BURROWA, On Friday, February 4th. COUNTRY LOTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 15 January 1876

CROWN LAND SALES. AT THE POLICE OPiJOE, BURROWA, Ok Friday, February 4th. ? i COUNTKY LOTS. ?Lot A, porfioh';!B7, SjSacres 3 roods ; Lot B, ipprtion 88, 43 acres 3 rjwds ;— both in the county «£ Harden, fjafisli.of JHarden, on the southern side of the road from Murrmnburrah toBinalong, - . adjoining and near tHe'*aBtern boundary of AV\i Murray's conditional purchase of 40 acres, No.J&Jjf Lot C, portion 137, 8? acres, in the county -dM Harden, palish of Galong, on the road from Binajong to Ealangan, adjoining the southern boundary of B. J. Donegan's conditional purchase of 320'acres, No. 136. Lot D. portion 146. 114 acres 1 rood : Lot E. portion 147, 40 acres j Loi F^portion 148,6941 'acres 1 rootl {^-ainn the county pi Harden, parish ™ of Galong). pii the jioflhern side of |the. roid from . CumbaiiiurraJto''Binalbog^ adjoining and'uearthe southern boundary of J-. Thompson's -coiid&ional purchase of 320 acres, No. 145. Lot G,'p6rtipn 100 '4p: acres ;V; TTotfH, portion...

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Latest Intelligence. SYDNEY—JANUARY 14, 5.25 A.M. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 15 January 1876

- Pateri Intelligence. ^ :'?, '„ ;(3P«9» MbBBBS.* GpftDON AKD Go/OH.) JBY ELE0TB10 . *TEMftRAPB$T *}'-.lJ ;^i3YbNE¥-3^OTAinr ufl^eliJ f In the Legislative Aesemby, the debate on Mi.- Parlies' vote of censure was continued on Wednesday and Thursday evenings, and has been further adjourned until next week. The ^oveMim&iite^eotfto ha^ea Wglitoaj^ri|.y.f j llr« Parnell's \)on£agto*us Diseases Bill has been withdrawn. '-3?h6-diHner- given, ouWedoesday^aightto the team who represented this cok^nynauihe ? recent Intercolonial Cricket-inarfteh proved a* -great -success.' ?.? 7I he ?attendance was -large. ? ' The City of Adelaide,rwth. ihe English Mails, arrived here yesternight',? ?*_ 1 \ ?? ; Another petition frpm^he.country has be^n. presented (u) the'Asseilibl^ agair/st t|je jprp posed increase inihe'duty on tobacco. ~-' ?^pne'.'liundred a^cL'-feigK^n pafeT^Lges' ^erej snippediyeBteMay.lper theMilado, f6r- the- Philadelphia Exhibition. Four youths have beeniX^riauSedtj Jtojfi cha...

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LATEST INTELLIGENCE. LONDON, JANUARY 2. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 15 January 1876

LATEST INTELLIGENCE. reuter's telegrams TO AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATED PRESS' London, January 2. Majob-Genebal B. C. Schenck, United States ple nipotentiary in England, has inquired the views of England respecting a collective intervention of European powers with a view to the stopping of bloodshed at Cuba. A definite answer has been deferred. The Post-Office authorities report the detention, on the 24th December, of a portion of the Aus tralian mail via Brindisi. The cause assigned for the -. detention is 'an unusual pressure of business. The Bank rate of discbunt is 4 per cent. Copper, and tin are unchanged. Wheat is quiet. Adelaide is quoted at 53s. to 54s., and New Zealand at from 49s. to 52s. January 4. Ihe rress disapproves of the late Circular of the Powers in reference to a scheme for reforms in Turkey, and proposes religious equality, pro vincial and communal self government, self taxa tion in the provinces, and the cessation of serfdom and socage. January 5. Hie Excellency Lord ...

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FROGMOOR COPPER MINE. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 15 January 1876

-p— - FROGM00E COPPER MINE. '^L The tea-meeting held 'last Tuesday of ternoon At Frogmore was a complete Buccess, both from the very numerous attendance, and by the presence of many of other denominations, who thus showed their friendly sympathy. The company included visitors from Burrowa, Graham, and Reid'e Flat. About 150 sat down to tables admirably arranged, and supplied witii the luxuries usual at such en tertainments. After full justice had been done to the feast, the company visited the adjacent copper mines, where the Messrs. Deer and their servants ex plained the different processes necessary to turn the ores into marketable copper. The third large chimney has just ibeen com pleted by the contractor ; and he has undertaken the erection of a fourth. The ores brought to grass continue to bear the same rich character for which the mine has become, famous-; arid under the management of the present experienced lessees the utmost efforts will be made to make this one of the most ...

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Original Correspondence. (To the Editor of the Burrowa News.) [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 15 January 1876

[?] '???' -; :?-'' ' (To Wi J&ditpr of ike Burrowa News.) ^,,;.6ir,--l.itliiiik -the conduct of the Goulburn '? 'crickelerV. and their umpire in their late, match ? with .Burrowarequires comment, anti that some jinderstandingshould be come to before -tboretiirn ? match lBiplayeH. ,','i .} I nave no reason to complain of their treatment , * of the B.urrowa team in the. .early part of the match. Burrowa went in first, and it was only , . ? after Goulburn had been defeated, in the first innings, that the local team discovered that what r had been assumed to be a certain victory for Goulburn was, to say_ the least of it, in jeopardy. In Burrowa's second inniues. however, all fairness vanished, and, in the eagerness of the Goulburn '' men to snatch a victory at any^pricej more than ', . . ,;,^e of ihe Burrowa players were unjustly given '' ..-'; '; ?* V!'«nil|-y/ihjpir umpire. ? -: '/?.[_ Ji^^Cpe'iMt.cas'e is that of Blobmfi eld given out as 1 r '. caught .by Gillespie off tlie b...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 15 January 1876

Dlje §niTofoa ffeta? I j U published at the Office, Martden street, B-mN&!, I 1 every Saturday morning, in time for circulation ly tht \ I early Mails all over the Colony. ? \ M Terms of Subscription :—Wften paid in advance for- Yl 3 months, 6s. ; if booked, 6s. Single copies, 6d. All [ \) accounts are rendered quarterly, and prompt settlement ~- is requested. j For Advertisements the following are the charges : — \ \ For the first inch ot*less of space, Ss. ; for entry suite- ' lj quent inch or less of the same advertisement. Is. 6d. y A reduction of twenty five pet: cent, will bs made on all II advertisements inserted for three months ; and of 10 \| per cent, if inserted for one month. \ Bubbowi : — Printed end published by Geobo* \ Eason, at the Newt' Office, Marodeu-street. , j

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PARLIAMENT OF NEW SOUTH WALES. TUESDAY, JANUARY 11. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 15 January 1876

PARLIAMENT OF NEW SOUTH WALES. ?; TOESDAT, JAKCABT 11. Ik the Legislative Assembly,— - ??. itieJ^Colonial Secretary stated, in answer to questiOTs: jThat |he J3prernnient had had tho sifopyiinjn Afiv^oi-.^*t}\ 'Aj2£ut**Gr£i|6r.al\ iitiderj^consi^ flernt&nyiut thartnjaSie meanrtme the duties of |tafcH|ffio6:iwer43 beftig very^BafiBfietoriiy pe'N formed. '-?'-* ; ':\:^ J|V . jjjjf ? ' i ]?; - ?-. .''?.^^''fiddin^on-pr^ented-i^et^tion from in habitants of Wagga, against the dedication of a public reeorve in that township to the Murrum bidgee Turf Club. Mrini B. &iuUi*eseated AJpetitioS ffom the inlilhl&otlo?£iM&£I^ playing for electop reform. ? ,-.'.. ' '' ' -Ministers laid on the table an abstract of Crown iands.auiufliasea.to be dedicated.jior public -pur-., ^jpsesrmd ^.communication from the manager of *Je TifeiB©iiajiJ.'and:.;.YictoriaufSuprnarioe Jele graph Co. j-n rates for the transmission of me8sageir' ' ' ' ' ' r^MrJ,J'arnell brought in a bill t...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 15 January 1876

Ginger Wine and Lunacy. — There are some villainous compounds sold in this colony under the guise of ginger wine, and which drive people mad quicker than spirts, pure and simple. The Border Post states that on New Year's ,-Day a respectable-looking young man was brought before the presiding Bench of Magistrates at the Albury Police Court, charged with being of unsound mind. It transpired in evideneedthat in order to keep himself sober whilst on. his ^holiday spree he drank the so-called ginger wine. Aftfer two days of it he got touched in the head/thought he was pursued by bushrangers, and gave himself up to the police for protection. On the recom mendation of Dr. Andrews he was remanded for eight days for medical treatment. Such drinks as ginger wine should pass the supervision of an excise officer as a guard against deleterious ad mixtures. Grenfell, Saturday. — About 7 o'clock this evening a terrible fire broke out at Vaughn's steam saw-mills, and within two hours the build ings,...

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IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 15 January 1876

IMP0UND1NGS. Bi'RRANGONG. — Impounded at Burrangong, on December 24th, from Burrangong, by Mr. George Vowd«n : — Black horse, I X over JIT conjoined near shoul der, star, collar and whip marked, aged, 16 hands. Brown horse, I X over JH conjoined near , shoulder, IX_ near rump, off hind foot white, collar and whip marked, aged, 16 hands. : Bay horse, JJI conjoined over I X over H near shoulder, hind feet white, star, collar and whip ? marked, aged, 16 hands. Bay horse, like W. J blotched near shoulder, hind feet white, star, 6 years, 16 hands. Bay mare, ta over L near neck and shoulder, 6 years, 14£ hands. To be sold on January 20th. Gunning. — Impounded at Gunning, on 30th December, from Blakeney's Creek, by Mr. J. Dunlay : — Bay horse, short tail, off hind foot white, like f) ^ over I C or C near shoulder, like C near rump, 5 years, 15 hands. Also, on 31st Dec, by Mr. N. Paterson : — Bay or roan mare, 6tar, long tail, no brand visible, 6 years, 15 hands. Roan filly, star, illegible...

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EUROPEAN MAIL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 15 January 1876

EUROPEAN MAIL NE.WS. \~J£vwnS, M. Herald's telegrams.) In the Queen's Bench, Dublin, Sir Charles Gavan Duffy has been sued at the instance of.. Mr. M'frartlj, ajiill discounter, on a promissbryTri&te' for. £j£0, endorsed by the defendant, who pleaded no consideration, and iha Statute of Limitations; Mr. Cavendish Benlinck is the rumoured new, Judge Advocate-General, and is to be succeeded at the Board of Trade by the Hon. Edward Stanhope. SiiyGeorg% B.- Airy, Astronomer RtyaJ, hag b.een prjasentedVwjth the freedom wEftli? fiity of1 London; arid'thd1 Court ofj'Cbmm'on Council hsra1 unanimously resolved to present the city freedom to Lord Chief Justice Cockburn in a box worth ?iOO guineas: ?'*--?-??-?- ----- ? =---.--.. - --. ; rfShe daily meetings of the Cabinet are evidence to the public of the pressure of unusual care upon the. ministerial .mind. ? From India come rumours of the uneasiness -prevalent there among the ruling classes and the placability' of the Priijce's visit...

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POST-OFFICE TIME-TABLE. ARRIVAL AND DESPATCH OF MAILS. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 15 January 1876

POST-OFjijraE TIME-TABLE. AEBI7AL AND DESPATCH OF MAILS. . fi;pTnTasgi&Tangmangaroo: Qn Tuesday, Wed-r :-:^.^%d^Si^t^30Sii.'-, ,fe ?: :-?... ? Btoin Oalttp anasEy§ fatk: K)n Saturday, at .6 ???' '? p.m. -*11'. '..--?....' ?#«;? ' ?' ; ? '? ' . -??' From Beit's Fiat, ifcfes Frogmore: On Monday, at ll;30a.m, '.:'???-' ' . DeFABTUBCS. ForYassand Taiigmangarooftg|'fcu]t^ajs^']&I8pf : ? day, Wednesday, and Fnda|jfat rib-ori. |' ' ? For Young & Marengo : On Wednesday, Thursday, v and Saturday, at 1-20 p.m. ^^or3^PS3t^TOian*rT)n*Frid^.at TSSC' ' F^B^^jaJ^^rog&o^p * pn Saturday, at On Sunday the'O(HCB will be open between the hours of 1 p:m;,and 2 pimp/or delivery only.-, ?

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 15 January 1876

^II^T-^QD! BILLET-WOOD! Tenders are invited ibr the Supply - . OF AT P. H. SCOTT'S UNION STEAM FLOUR MILLS, BURROWA. THE 'BUEEOVA NEWS' ^ 'TSpubliehedatthe Office, Marsden-street, every SATUBD AY morning, at .6 JL o'clock, in time for the Mails. STTSSCiaZ3PTIO2ir Three Months in advance ? 6s. ,, if booked ? 6s. Single copies ? , ? 6d. TERMS FOR ADVERTISING : ifur the first inch of space ? , ? 8s. Every subsequent inch of the same advertisement ? Is. 6d. A reduction 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. THE COURT-HOUSE HOTEL, BUBROWA. BENJAMIN LONG HAS ALWAYS ON HAND ALL KINDS OF THE BEST OF LIQUORS, AT MARKET PRICES. CIVILITY AND ATTENTION TO ALL WHO MAY CALL. Cut Hay and Corn always on hand. THE HIGHEST PMCE GIVEN FOE FORAGE. IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT. WATCH AND JEWELLERY REPAIRS. WATCH AN...

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