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WEEKLY CALENDAR Moon's last quarter—Jan, 18th—at 6.54 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 15 January 1876

' .^EEKLY CALENDAR: .?.???;:;?.? -.ivi-w..,.l ? ' ^ootfs last quarter— Jan. -.18th— at 6'54 pjn. § 8' — v-.v ?--?- rf - .' '3j f§T; I ' .REMARKABLE EVjlNTS. '^ ™ ?'.'''-','; :? ? '? 7 . .-..'''' E7M. H. M. , j 1C ]S '2?i(JS«Btfey«iiffer:J5^ipft-zny. . 5' 7 7 13 ? ' 17 '11 ' Melbqimje^and'-Williarastdwn5 8 7 13' 18 Tu : I. ',', ifRailmry. opened, 1859 5 9 7 12 19 W Sturt's ^expedite, returned, 1846 5 9 7 12 ; 20 Th' :.:? . / [18685 107 12 '. v21; p Prface Alfred arrived in Sydney, 5 117 11 :L -£2 S' Wellington, N.Z., founded, 1840 5 117 11 !i ? '' '-. ' ? {*™; A:W$ g.ncl!ofe:|cto' iliFff ' 6ATIIBDAY, JANUARY 15th, 1S76.

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

[?] iU. iLgTirBBSsfoi^Bnejft.''^ via *i !:W^,rid%t'£e^o^edr!a^iin;owa'in}t later than Friday 'mormng^January 21etj'at half -past 11

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CROWN LAND SALES. AT THE POLICE OFFICE BURROWA, On Friday, February 4th. COUNTRY LOTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 22 January 1876

;?: i.-- 'r\ fOEOwN'i^D: ^ai3LS; :;55 [ ? ^ ' :' '' '??'?. .' .-' ,\mvxxzsrWTB.- =:. .-'?-.- :.'i . i ';.: Jiot J^:pprHori;i87,-M',ikcres StooiAa.iiJjpXlit ',ponjon^/1^4CffiB^S'A'bWJB:;7T4]otllin^e,«ppnt-Jr; oi JJaffleu,' parishVot flat-den; Ton Jfbe.jBputhera .; side JojEjJje'FPad ttprii. Jlurrumbprmh i pjJinalongj a'djwning/and. near* the eastern, .boundary 'of -JL. Murray's conditional purchase (0f40acre8,No. 26. : ?Lot ,C, portion 437, S2 acres, jn-thc.cpunty of :Harden, parish ; of Galong, on the road from 'Binalong to Kalaiigan, 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 neres ; ? Lot F, portion 148,60 acres 1 rood ; — alHn tho county of Harden; parish of Galong, on the northern side of the road from Cunibamurra to Binalong, adjoining and near tho southern boundary of J. Thompson's conditional purchase. of 320 acres?, No. 145. ?Lot G-, portion1 100, 40 acres ; Lot...

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EDWIN HOLT & CO'S WOOL REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 22 January 1876

EDWIN HOLT & CO'S WOOL EEPORT. The fourth and last series of Colonial Wool Sales for the present year, opened on the 23rd instant. The total quantity arrived in time io be offered was 86,827 bales,' out of which about 8000 bales have been forwarded direct to the interior and the Continent. The attendance of buyers has been large, a good proportion of foreigners being present, and com pelilion fairly spirited. For Australian wools ihe demand is active, and although the parcels 'offered are principally of t!ie poorer class, they are taken mostly by the Home trade, at. prices about equal to those of the lowest point of the previous Auctions ; and in case of the few parcels of coinljing wools brought for ward, there was but slight difference with the isi.S'iKVst point tit K.ime period. Cape wools which, as usual at this iime of year, form a large proportion of thu quantity available, sell irregularly. In the case of the better kind of snow whites, there is but littie change, but...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 22 January 1876

Burrowa Jockey Club Eaces ! To ialce place on the Burroica Race-course, ON BftOftDAY & TUESDAY, 28th & 29th FEBRUARY, 1876. President : J. N. Eyan, Esq. Vice-President : S. F. Gibson, Esq. Judge : W. B. Pett, Esq. Committee : Messrs. P. H. Scott, F. J. O'Leary, O. Poplin, C. Cole, N. R. Besnard, jun., E. B.Hume, and J. W. Cosiello. First Day— Monday, 28th Fehy., 1876. First Race. MAIDEN PLATE of 20 Sovs., for all Maiden Horses at lime of nomination ; winners at the time of starling to carry a penally — for winning once, 3!bs. ; twice or more, 51bs. — not accumulative ; distance, 1J miles ; weight for age. Second Hace. LADIES' PUKSE of 10 sovs., for all horses ; dis tauee, 1£ miles ; weight for age. Third Ease. HACK RACE of 5 sovs., for all horses, to be ap proved of by the Stewards ; 1 mile heats ; weight, 9 stone ; post entrance. Fourth Race. PUBLICANS' PURSE HANDICAP, 30 sovs., with a sweep of 2 sovs. each added for starters, the second horse to receive the sweep ;...

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Original Correspondence. (To the Editor of the Burrowa News.) [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 22 January 1876

[?] (To the Editor of the Btirrowa News.) Sib,— With reference to a letter which appeared in 3'our issue of the 15rli insr., signed, 'One of the Burrown Eleven,' I am instructed to'intimate, ou behalf of the majority of the eleven, that it was altogether contrary to their wishes that such a letter was published ^ and they desire to state that they do not endorse in any particular, the sentiments therein expressed. — Yours faithfully, ALEXANDER HUTCHISON, Hon. Sec. Albion Cricket Club. ?Burrowa, January 21ut, 1876.

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PARLIAMENT OF NEW SOUTH WALES. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 12. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 22 January 1876

PARLIAMENT OF NEW SOUTH WALES. WEDNESDAY, JANUAEY 12. In the Legislative Council, — Sir Edward Deas-Thompson presented seven petitions, from various parts of the colony, pray ing for an amendment of the law in respect of medical practitioners ; and Sir Alfred Stephen presented four petitions having a like purport. The . House went into Committee for the further consideration of the Bankers' Cheques Act Amendment Bill, resuming at the 6th clause, which relieved banks from responsibility in cases of forgery of endorsements if payment was made without fraud or negligence. After some verbal amendments, and some attempts to amend the provisions of the clause, it was expunged. The 7th clause (crossed cheques with special direc tions) was agreed to, and the bill reported with amendments. On the motion for adoption of the report the bill was recommitted, and the preamble and title amended with a view (o make them applicable to the provisions embodied in the bill. In the Legislative Assembly...

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OUR MARKET GARDENS. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 22 January 1876

[?] :*^C^ftlji8 ift^Wti&yiifin^jBf %ptfi |rej ? Vdii^a^Je^^syii'lsitHp %«ne ^MrjamnYkpfc-: ehaWing utf^flweep our-tnarltets supplied, as they ?were ^phce^'i tli -vegetables equal io any in the 5? .jvsrld^B^u^il^ynp^t^pes^yi^injtbe means, \- i of ikjimaay, $f city; wi|b s^cli;* gjJMPBle, canlio in ^?''SfeiiViSritJS./ *afaiv,' the Jlrices^xvliere' gardens » will flourish arertliosc,wli5ereiitTigaUtm'i8 'easy, Kl anbVwotbrWpientiftjl at- aU Ximes and seasons. ;.: .^y.'readei'fl'Biustjudge for. themselves, 'For my - ^ipatt I^mi iipjp. Satisfied tliat all the requisite ad vant/ig^Jb^jgrowing vegetables . exist in abun danc'e'cn many, acreB of .suitable soil, and within lnbde.rate^iitanee's' by1 good roads of this city,' at ?presenkuntilled. During a visit to Sydney some years back, and ~ lircoigpanj .jvith thelate Mi-. Robert W. Moore, I visited a marketrgarden, situated on hiB land, near ? ? ^3otany.; ' ^his ^1 found jwas Really, well -planned ; out, and capable of perfect irrig...

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HOLY CATHOLIC GUILD. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 22 January 1876

HOLY CATHOLIC GUILD. The fifth half-yearly meeting of the Burrowa Branch of the above Guild was held in tbe School room ou Tuesday last, the Ilev. J. Dunne in tbe chair. After some formal business had been disposed of, the Secretary (Mr. J. Shannon) read tbe follow ing half-yearly Report : — Brethren, — Your Council lias summoned you together to -submit a report of the operations of ibc Guild during the past half-year. The period over which tbe report extends has been barren of anything deserving special attention, if we except the unusually small numbers of novices admitted during the half-year compared with the preceding one. This matter has from time to time engaged the attention of your Council; and unless it be that the brethren, as a body, have been somewhat reiuis-8 in diffusing a knowledge of the blessings of t'je Society anumr; (lie young-, men in their red pective neighbourhoods, there is no other way to account for the falling away of the numbers of applicants. The number...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 22 January 1876

? Cfje §itiTofo;i Dfefos * Is published at the Office, Martden-street^ Sarroaa, every Saturday mormon, in iime for circulation ly the early Mails all over ihe Colony. Terms of Subscription : — When, paid in -advance for 3 months, 5s. ; if looked, Qs. Single copies, 6d. All accounts are rendered quarterly, and prompt settlement is requested. For Adcertisements the following are the charges -— For ilie first inch orjlcss of space, 'ds. ; for every suite (jitevt inch or less if the came advertisement, la. 6d. A reduction of twenty five per cent, will bemade-on all advertisements insert el for Hires months ,? and of 10 per cent, if inserted for one month. Butiuowa; — l'rintod nnd published by Qeoegk Eisoif, at the Nowe' Office, Mandeu-etrMt.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 22 January 1876

8/Jjc §iuTofo;i |§to SATURDAY, JANUARY 22nd, 1876.

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ARREARS OF INTEREST ON CONDITIONAL PURCHASES. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 22 January 1876

ARREARS OF INTEREST ON CONDITIONAL PURCHASES. A Kotice in (he Government Gazette of January lllh 6tntes tbat arrears of interest, to the amounts set forth in the fo?JoiWng return, linviiig become due on account of the conditional purchasen therein respectively particularized, it is hereby \ notified, for the informal ion of all parties inte rested, that the said amounts will bo received at the Colonial Treasury, iu Sydney, or by the Land | Agents of the respective districts, if tendered before tbe 1st April, 187G. Any of the said conditional purchases in respect of which such amounts may remain unpaid ou (he Raid date will be held to have reverted to her Majesty, pursuant (o (lie 18th clause of the Crown Lauds Alienation Act of 1861, and dealt with accordingly. Burrowa District. Henry Evans, 40 acres, selected on January 7th, 1862 ; arrears, £1 9s. Cd. Tim. O'Keeffe, 40 acres, selected on August 14th, 1862 ; arreaip, £9. John O'Connor,.40 acres, selected on April 21st 1864 ; mreare,...

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IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 22 January 1876

IMPOUNDINGS. Burhangong. — Impounded at Burrangong, on January 4th, from Moppity Station; by Carlo Marina, Esq. : — Brown mare, 2 over C M near shoulder, off: hind foot, white, small star, 3 years, 14J hands. To be sold on January 27th. Cowka.— Impounded at Cowra, on January 7th, from Mulyan, by Joseph Ousby, Esq. : — Creamy horse, oft hind fetlock white, broken in, A over £ near ehouJder, K off shoulder, jaged, 14A hands. Also, on December 29th, from Mulyan, by Jos. Ousby, Esq. ; re-advertised :— r Grey horse, broken-in, J g B near shoulder,, like Y off shoulder, aged, 14J hands. To be sold on Januarv97th. GuxxiNG. — Impo/,\Jflt'd at Gunning, on January 8lh, from Erin Dale iy Mr. J. Lawless : — Bny mare, utar and snip, off hind foot white, J C or J G and a cross, with -^- over and w under the J C or J G near shoulder, C B or G B off shoulder, aged, 15 hands. Urown or black horse, collar-marked, 5 or S over J M q near shoulder, nged, 16 hands. Brown or black horse, saddle-marked, WM...

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Latest Intelligence. SYDNEY—JANUARY 21, 10.51 A.M. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 22 January 1876

-fCatest Intelligence. (From Messes. Gobdok and Goroa.) [BY ELECrEIC TELEGBAPH.] gYDNBY-jATOAnr 21, 10-51 a.m. The debate on Mr. Parkes'yote of censure on the Government terminated yesternight. The Government obtaiued arnfajority of 12. Januaby 21, 6 p.m. .The result of tbe division yesternight on tbe*'VOte of cens.uro motion was received with . . cheers on both sides of the House. Sixty-sis xrismberB voted Tbe Australiau Joint Stock Bank bas de clared a dividend and bonus -eqiiaHo tea aud a half per cent. Tfre ugW; diggings near Oarcoar are creat ing great excitement. There has been a great rush for licenses. Mackinnon has been committed for trial for the shooiiug case at the Haymarket. A murder has been committed in tbe gaol at PiuTomatta, a Chinese prisoner having fatally stabbed one of bis^sountrymen. Tbe Torres Strait Mail steamer Brisbane avrived.at Singapore du Saturday last. . A man liajned Sproute, employed as an assistant at the Rand wick Destitute Children's Asylum, has b...

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LATEST INTELLIGENCE. REUTER'S TELEGRAMS TO AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATED PRESS LONDON, JANUARY 13. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 22 January 1876

LATEST I&TELLIGENCE. bedteb's telegrams to australian associated press' London, Januauy 13. Mr. Macalister was entertained at a banquet in Glasgow on the 11th January ; the Provost was in the chair. Tiie leading merchants, tiie mem bers for the city, and several old colonists from all parts of the kingdom, were present January 14. France. — MM. Dufaure and L. Say' have resigned. President MacMahon is seeking to reconcile his Ministers to form a common programme of action. He lias issued a proclamation stating that the country requires repose, and hopes for an honest trial of her institutions until 1880 ; and that the President alone ought to be entitled to propose a revision. The crisis still continues. Her Majesty the Queen, accompanied by the Princess of Wales, will open Parliament. jn person in February next. Her Majesty will visit Coburg on the 10th. - April, and afterwards Baden. January 15. The crisis in French political affairs bus ceased. The Cabinet is unchanged. Mo...

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UNDEFINED PRE-EMPTIVE LEASES: [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 22 January 1876

?s *NDEE2NED-*£B.j;Mi3?I?JB.I,ElfiEat TaE-claims of : the undermentioned persons Ifor pre-emptive leases haw1 been appro ved«f,fiubject : to the conditions Met foilli in tlie . Grown; Lands OecupatioaAct of d86U -v 5 * - ' ?. x: m The rentsfof iheilBfadsiin-qtiestion for .the year ?cbiumenVjing on the 1st of Jauiiary, 1876, must be paid to tho AgeritlfortJiD Bale b£ Crown Laiide of ilic ilistrict in 'wTiichthey are situated, :or'to;ih» Treasurer in Sydney, within two i month* .from * tilili .Tnniinw -Tfi7-5. ? ?'?'?? ..IDistrlctiof'-Bwrrowa. -. . ? James Barry, Binalonsr, £40 ocres, jnthecounty of Harden, parish of Coppabella i- rent, £1. .?District of Ghmrfagai. Francis Lloyd, ?jun.,Jiigi-;iig, 12Q eeres, ;in the county of Horden, parish of Cooney.; rent, £1. ^ Thomas Youug, Coolauiuiidiy, 240 acres,, jn:' the - county of Harden, parish of Jindalee ; rent, ?jjjl. Win. Ball, Cootomundry, 240 acres, in county of Harden, parish of Jindalee.; rent, £1. ' hi. Henessey, ?Cootamundry, 240...

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PARLIAMENT OF NEW SOUTH WALES. TUESDAY, DECEMBER 18. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 22 January 1876

^AfeLIAMENT OF NEW BQT&H. -WALES. '?'.. TuBSDAY, Dj&EMBEft 18. * In the Legislative Assembly, — . ^JMJV: W-'-fliSuttpr moved the resolutions stand ing in his name relative jx- the limitation of t lie . Bales of public lands, and the devotion of the pro ceeds therefroni to certain specific purposes, viz: —the construction of railways, and liquidation of railway Joan; the introduction of immigrants, ?and. the? building of Public Schools. It was desirable, he said, to limit the quantity of land ?sold by auction. Enormous areas were falling into the hands of private individuals. We should . only seH land by auction for purposes of bona fide. settlement and for cert h in specific purposes. Many acres of land were being sold under their intrinsic value. He desired to see the moneys derived from land sales devoted lo railways, immigration, and schools. It was useless to vote inoney for railway extension unless we introduced labour to construct them. lie did uot think that m...

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ME. WARNER TRIES IT [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 22 January 1876

ME. WARNER TRIES IT. Me. V/Ar.:;Kn, a respectable find law-abiding resi dent of Baker-sfreef, rode house i;i an express waggon the other day, having a hand fireextin guisher and tho driver for company. 'What's that thing?' asked his wife in con temptuous tones as she opened the ball door. ' What's that ? Why, that's afire-extinguisher — best thing you ever saw — meant to have got one a year ago.' ..'Jacob, you ace always making a fool of yourself,' she continued as she shut the door. ' Every patent-right man gets round you as a cat lays for a mouse.' ' Does, eh ? If you know anything nt all you'd know that every store and office in Detroit li.is one of these. They've saved lots of build ings, and may save ours.' ' You throw it at the fire, don't you ? ' she asked in sarcastic tones. He carried it up stairs into a closet without replying ; and she followed on and asked, ' Don't it shoot a lire out ? ' ' If you don't know anything, I'll learn vou something;; It is full of chemicals ; ...

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DISTRICT COURT, BURROWA. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 22 January 1876

DISTRICT COURT, BURROWA. The following is a list of plaints entered for bearing at the Burrowa Distsiet Donrf, to be bolden on Wednesday, February 1st 1876 : — 1. — John Hurley v. Thomas Woodbridge ; trps pass, £200. Scarvell and Gordon for the plaintiff. 2. — John Bourke v. Joseph Thompson, sen. ; overdue promissory note, £36. Scarvell and Gordon for plaintiff. 3. — Thomas Woodbridge v. James Martin ; work and labour, £3 18s. 9d. 4.— Thomas Woodbridge v. John Hurley ; work and labour, £4 Cs. 3d. 5. — J. D. and George Osborne v. Thomas Maher; trespass, £50. Mr. A. S. Freestone for (he plaintiff. 6. — John Hayes v. Margaret Minahan ; goods sold and delivered, £18 9s. 5d. Sheep Assessment. — A proclamation in the Gazette announces that (he annual shtif assess ment has been reduced to 7s. Gd. per thousand.

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POST-OFFICE TIME-TABLE. ARRIVAL AND DESPATCH OF MAILS. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 22 January 1876

^ — .-' ? -jpl' PflBT-OlOTOE TIME-XABiE. AllfclVAt, AND DESPATCH OF MAILS. iftt ' -».* - AbmvAls. J^rom Taps & T-angmangaroo : On Tuesday, Wed , nesday, 'Thursday, /uid*Satuiday, at I p.m. FTOm Young aBailarengo ? °» Monday, Wednes dayj*and Friday, at 11:30 a.in. . Froai DaltOn and Uje Paik: 'On Saturday, at 6 p.m.'**, Erom BeioVs Flat, via Frogmore : On Monday, at 11-30 a.m. ? '??-. ,.V;;; Sayj ;^edne8day^n3/Fj-iday,jit noijn, .*,- ? ..'Y F«r-Young|c MarengorOn Weduesda}', Thursday, tet ? ^..and'Sa^rdayVat'i^Orp.m. '^P^ri^^^oj-ic5id Diltdji :: DuJFriday, at 7.a.m.. „ --r~^!(a~fieidl8jPJafc%ia frogmore : Oh Saturday! at :v®^oijss.;|i:^yti ?-;;:? ... .-? ^^;nv^£^iS^M1^B8^^aiiJi;:fif0m 9 aTm. until ??. 4fJm.:- ?'??. , ??.'.?.?.:?.._.. '.'.'? ;.?: :. ? On Sunday tlie-plffiee to! 1 lie open between 'the . -liours of.l p.ni. and^p.m., for delivery 4nly.

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