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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 5 February 1876

WANTED, * GOOD STONEMASON, to erect a Stone XJL Building at Fisher's Creek. Apply to JAMES HENDREY, Fisher's Creek. February 4th, 1876. WANTED, ~~ A STRONG GIRL, as NURSE. Apply A to MRS. GARDINER, Bank of New South Wales, Burrowa. Dr. T G. IVIMY, A LEGALLY QUALIFIED MEDICAL PltACTlTIONER, May be consulted AT MR. WEIFERT'S BOYAL HOTEL, BDBBOWA. CAUTION. I HEREBY give notice that I will not be responsible for any Goods obtained on my account. MARGARET MINEHAN, Red Hill Lagoon. February 2nd, 1876. WEST-END STORE. NEW YEAR'S GIFTS AT REDUCED PRICES. ALL who are desirous of securing un doubted Bargains should ut once pay a visit to the above Establishment, where Goods can now be purchased at such Reduced Prices as leaves but a small margin of profit to the. vendor. The Stock comprises a Large Variety of (Seasonable An Excellent Assortment of BOOTS AND SHOES, A Large Supply of GROCERY, SADDLERY, TINWARE, And every article usually obtainable in a First-class General Store. JO H Nil A YES....

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SMALL DEBTS COURT. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 1. (Before G. Eason and W. J. E. Wolton, Esqs.) [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 5 February 1876

SMALL DEBTS COURT. .. ,? Tuesday, February 1. (Before G. Eason and W. J. E. Wotton, Esqs.) Charles Bond v. George Couch. This' Was a case' postponed from the last silting. Defendant did not appear, and upon proof of tlie claim toy. plaintiff's/wife; the Court gave a verdict for plaintiff for theiamount claimed, £3 14s. 4d. J. Dwyer v. Henry Osborne. Trespass, £10. Mr. Searvell for. plaintiff. . ? ; Defendant did . not appear, and on the Court proceeding to deal Vith the case ' ex par'te, Mr. Murrnv ntirlrpRKpH AliVf Court, and explained that his former client ? had absented himself by the instructions of his legal adviser ; and lie requested to be allowed to explain to the Court why he thought the present action beyond their jurisdiction. ? : . ;. Mr. Scarvell objected to Mr. Murray being per mitted to address the Court, as the defendant-bad failed to appear,' and the Court nustaihed tha ob jection.' '' Mr. Scarvell 'proceeded to argue that there was nothing whatever upon the summon...

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IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 5 February 1876

IMPGUNDINGa MuBBtntBCBBAB. — Impounded at Murrumbur tah, onJTanuary 19 th, from Nubba, by P.Sinclair, Esq.' :— Black horse, near hind foot white, 65 tinder «aBdle near side, collar-marked, aged. Bay mare, star and snip, off hind foot white, JE over WM near shoulder, broken ; bay filly foal at foot, bald face, unbranded. Black horse, collar-marked, star, off hind foot white, JK over W2 near shoulder, I J off shoul der, aged. Bay mare, JK near shoulder, Btar and snip, hind feet' white, broken. Bay colt, star, blotched brand like V. (writing capital) near shoulder, black points, about 16 inouthB old. Bay horse, m over B R off shoulder, broken. Also, on the same day, from Bowyeo, by order of D. H. Campbell, Esq.^J.P. ;— ? Bay mare, short prilled tail, indistinct blotched* brand over M off shoulder,, broken. Bay mare, Wi-3 (the L reversed) near shoulder, star,broken. .'?.' : Black horse, S-W hear shoulder, star, near hind and off fore feet white; broken. Also, on the 21st, from Blind Cre...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 5 February 1876

% §utTofoa pete ^f Is published at the Office, Mdrsdm-slreet, Surrowa, evert/ Saturday morning, in lime for circulation by iht early Mails all over Hie Colony. Terms of Subscription : — W/ten paid in advance for 3 monttts, 5s. ; if booked, 6s. Single copies, 6d. All accounts are rendered quarterly, and prompt settlement is request^. For Advertisements the following are the charges : — For the first inch or less of space, 2s. ; for every subse quent inch or less of the same advertisement, Is. %d. A reduction of twenty five per cent, will be made on all advertisements inserted for three months ; and of 10 per cent, if inserted for one month. Bubbowa'.- — Printed and published by Geohm Easok, at the News' Office, Ma»den- street.

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BURROWA COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 1. (Before G. Eason and W. J. R. Wotton, Esqs.) Sheep Disease Prevention Act. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 5 February 1876

r pUERO^ia. COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS. ^Befire GAEasim -4md-W. J. E. Wbtton, Esqs.) ,. Sheep JDifiease. prevention Aft. , _ Timothy Malier, v. HenVy Osborne..'; ;. s ? Mr. Searvell fof -complainant.-1 - ?' ? Mr. C. Murray for defendant rTirhoHliy^SUher deposed : I occupy 1049 acres of land 'ii'e'arTJurrowa, upon which I graze sheep ; on the 20th of January last about 8000 of the de fendant's flbeep passed through my -land about 2 o'clock '.in tlie afternoon ; I did not receive 12 hours' notice as required by law. ? , To MK' Murray :' I do riot know the names of any uf, the' shepherds who were with the Eheep, nut tne- two men you now enow me weic wilu them ; one was driving a cart and the other was on horseback; the men told me the sheep were coming. along, and that ;they. were come to give me notice ; I do not know whether the 6heep have scab or not ; I impounded the defendant's sheep some time before, and he has brought an action against me in the District Court ; it was 6ince I rece...

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POST-OFFICE TIME-TABLE. ARRIVAL AND DESPATCH OF MAILS. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 5 February 1876

POST-OFFICE %ME-TABLB. - AEEI^Ab AND bE8£ATCH OF MAIM. ?from Jass & Tarigmangaroo : On Tuesday, Wed nesday, Thursday|^^urjja^ .' ''' ?' ' ? day, and Fflday:fmtiUi.ffl3''».f^ :? '^.^fS' 'X' From^alttra ^dSp^^^iariB^^at^a^atlB - . ?? p.m. -'. ?'^?i ? ?'? -.-. , ; '?' '.'???'?.- ?? ?'': From^Beid's Mat, tito, Frfigmdre : Oh'Monday, at ll-30«.m. ? ???' DEPARTURES. ?..'..?.';. For Yass and Tangmangaroo : On Swday^Mon-^ day, Wednesday, and Friday, %tJB6wjg £.'*?-?- For Young & Marengo : On Wednesday, Thursday, arid Saturday, at 1-20 p.m. Foj^j^P^kjfld^alton^OflFxjdjiy^tJ.A.iB.^, For -fieid's-FlafcTofa'Frogjfljore : OrSaturday, at 4 p.m. tr ??-£? fsj/'v 'g' ' r;^ j-~. '!''' .-'S On Sundby *ne p%e:W$ll;be open! 1»etw(een the hours dlTT-!mt a*d 2-fi.nt,'7br deWerp'on% ''*

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 5 February 1876

©F BASE IMITATIONS 01 KILE Y B EOTHEES' ; ORIGINAL £5 I^ILES. TJERSONS in the interior are cautioned against sending their money to some advertising * shops, where they will only receive rubbish in ^return, after long delay. Messrs. RILEY ; BROTHEBS have sent away more than 4000 BALES wing the past twelve months, and have received upwards of 2000 LETTERS, thanking them ? : for sending Really Good Aeticleb with the greatest promptitude. NOTICE. Don't be misled by persons 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 article than a great host of rubbish. «? £5. ?' -&* On receipt of the above amount, we will at once send per Mail, reaching any town in the Colony within six days of receipt of order, the following goods, packed securely in waterproef and canvas. £5. WINTER FIVE POUND BALE. One pair super Witney Blankets, for large bed. One white Marceila Quilt, for la...

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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 5 February 1876

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ENGLISH MAIL. Full Moon—February 10th—at 3.52 a.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 5 February 1876

ENGLISH MAIIr. J - f v Lettees for the next English Mail-steamer, via Ban Erancisco, must be posted1! in Burrowa not later than Wednesday morning,' February 9th;-at: half-past 11 o'clock. ,- ? i T- ? t ; Full Moon— February 10th— at 3/52 a.m. ? eg ? ri : E * ... - ,. : . ,«!.. IT 'S *o Remarkable Events. *- ™ ll . , ?;?; *.«; '.'''' ' ' ' ft. ii. h. m. 6S 5th Sunday after Epiplmny. 5 27 7 J. 7M Gov. of N.S.W.inaugurtd., 1788 5 287 1 8 Tu [v. N.S.Wn 1862 5 29 7 r 0 9! W 1st cricket-match All-England 5 29 6 S9 10 Th Queen Victoria manned, 18405 30 6 58 11 F [N.S.W., 1851 5 31 6 57 12 S Hargraves discovered gold in 5 32 6 56 SATUBDAY, FEBEUARY 5th, 1876..

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IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 12 February 1876

IMPOUNDINGS. Cowba. — Impounded at Cowra, on January 25th, from North Logan, by James Sloan, Esq. : — Bay horse, star, collar-marked, JR conjoined over £3-5 over &--- near shoulder, «h over P off shoulder, =h over H off ribs. Black horse, star, hind feet white, IDC near shoulder. Bay horse, star, broken-in, J off shoulder, 67 under saddle near side, W M over to over S over like jjjj (the second R reversed) near shoulder. To be sold on February 17th. Gunning. — Impounded at Gunning, on January 24th, from Jerrawa, by Mr. J. Butts ? — Bay horse, 6hort tail, saddle-marked, A over H v near shoulder, 10 years, 14 hands. Also, on same date, from Blakeney's Creek, by Mr. J. Dunlay : — Roan horse, star, Bet of shoes on, P S or F S over R H near shoulder, like & off shoulder, 9 years, 15 hands. Ciiesfnut horse, white face, near hind foot white, J B over 63 near shoulder, I M off shoulder, aged, 16 hands. Also, on same date, from Collingwood : — Dark bay or brown horse, white f...

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PARLIAMENT OF KEW SOUTH WALES. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 2. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 12 February 1876

PABLIAMENTOFNEW SOUTH WALES. WEDNESDAY, FjEBBnABY &* In the Legislative Council,— ___ . _ , . . . ' . On the motion of Sir Alfred Stephen, the Banker's Cheques Amendment Bill was restored to the paper, and passed through its final etages. .?Professor Smith moved, and it was agreed,— that there be laid upon the table , of this {louse a copy of any communications which may have passed between the Government -and the Medical Board of New South Wales on the subject of a medical bill. - , ' . ' Sir George Innes moved the second reading- of the Duty on Gold Abolition Bill The bill was opposed by Mr. Samuel, Sir E. Deae-Thomson, Mr. C. Campbell, and Mr. Monte fiore, and supported by Professor Smith and Sir William Manning. On the motion of Mr. Docker, the debate was adjourned to next day. Mr. C. Campbell moved the second reading of the Impounding Act Amendment Bill, explaining that the object was to enable aggrieved parties to obtain redress before magistrates. On the motion of Sir...

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CALIFORNIA AND MORMONISM. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 12 February 1876

/ CALIFOBNIA-AND MORMONISM.^ ? ? Mb. Dixo.n!s account of San Francisco and its fresh to English readers as much else in his book.' As he Dassed eastward :fromr California to Utah.' however, be was able-to-make many new observa ti&fcoa &s-3»jebt tbouWhietrfeaiand others have written ajgopd deal of -late. He finds that the' IndHmeibettreen Salt Lake andCalifornia are be ?cbming rapidly MormbniBfed^-a ^circumstance, toot to bejWojndered -at if, as he seemsto meke out pretty clearly, nearly all the rules and practices of the Mormon system are adopted or adapted from the red men. ? In -their belief in a very physical God; speaking by direct inspiration 'through a chief and seer, in their polygamy, and communis tic arrangements, the Mormons and the Indians think and act almost alike with only this diffe rence,- that the Mormons cannot quite shake off the traditions^of 'their European training, and, indeed, are coming back more and more within the range of European influenc...

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THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 3. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 12 February 1876

Thuesday, Febbuaby 3. In the Legislative Council, — The resumption of the debate on tbe motion for the second reading of the Gold Duty Abolition Bill, being called on, the House divided, and the bill was defeated by a majority of 9 to 6. lhe House proceeded to the resumption of the debate on the motion for the second reading of tbe Impounding Act Amendment Bill. Sir Alfred Stephen thought the question of the amount of damages claimable might be fairly left to magistrates, under some limitation, but to leave to them the question of the legality of the distress as was provided in this bill was very objectionable. Mr. Darley opposed the bill as piecemeal legis lation, as giving powers to magistrates without precedent, and as giving Justices of the Peace jurisdiction in cases of contested right to im pound, which frequently involved very difficult points of law. He moved as an amendment that the bill be read a second time that day six months. Mr. White quite agreed with Mr. Darley in hi...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 12 February 1876

The exp.ei'ienpe of every session throws in creasiug ? jdpubt .on the Value to the colony of its representative institutions. There can be .little question that most of the remaining statesmen who assisted to pass: the Goustitu ;,tion Act would, if practicable, gladly retrace their 6teps — depose Ministers who do not govern.— relieve the opposition of the great . temptations. :now offered to their personal ambition-r-and prefer. the rule of an irrespon sible Government, to one which dare not resist clamour, and cannot refuse to minister to the greed of uuscrupulpns partisans. For the usual purposes of good government our Parliament1 is worthless. In the present ' -session ill-digested, measures have Jjeeu' passed by Jlie ? Assembly to 'be'- unceremoniously rejected by the Legislative Council. The labour of Mr. Jacob on his Impounding Act . Amendment Bill has been flung away, while his Bill for repealing the Sale of Colonial Wine Regulation Act has been quietly shelved fay its refere...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 12 February 1876

WANTED, » GOOD STONEMASON, to erect a Stone XJL Building at Fisher's Creek. Apply to JAMES HENDREY, Fisher's Creek. February 4th, 1876. WANTED, A STRONG GIRL, as NURSE. Apply MRS. GARDINER, Bank of New South Wales, Burrowa. Dr. T. G. IVIMY, A LEGALLY QUALIFIED MEDICAL PRACTITIONER, May be consulted - AT MB. WEIFERT'S ROYAL HOTEL, BURROWA. BURROWA JOCKEYILUB: HPHE MEMBERS of tho above CLUB are re JL quested to meet at Me. J. B. O'RODRKK'S COMMERCIAL HOTEL on TUESDAY Next, 15tli February, at 8 o'clock p.m. AH Members nre particularly urged to pay their Annual Subscriptions during the ensuing week. J. J. COUGBLAN, Hon. Secretary. . Burrowa, Feb. 11th, 1876. NOTICE. npENDERS will be reoeived at the Court J. House, Burrowa, up to Saturday, the 19th February, 1876, for the Annual Repairs to Road ' Burrowa to YouLg.' Finn and Specification can be seen at the Court-Houses, Yass, Young, and Burrowa ; and Tenders to be endorsed, ' Tender for Work, Road,' Road Burrowa to Young. J. B. MELDRUM, ...

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Latest Intelligence. SYDNEY—FEBRUARY 8, 5.33 P.M. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 12 February 1876

Jfotcsi Intelligence. (Fbom Messrs. Gohdon akd Gotoo.) 3 JBY ELECTEIC TELEGRAPH.]*' '. ^ J^¥DN£Y-J?£BHDABy 8, &$8*j»|' Mro^bSjoart, member for East Sydney^ nas accepted' the office of Colonial Treasurer, and was sworu in this afternoon. - r . f Febbuahy 11,j5'45 e.m. '2 Mr.^US.Sniib.Wife^fJnlJer ifoj-AVQilUg j ton, has obtained a verdict for £250 in an action for libel n gainst the proprietor of the The weights for the Sydney CitoUayife been? issued. Goldsbrqugh heads thtfRltymi-'Qst:' 61te;; th^WijersTaiiKiiig^mvn::&--^3lir?4'bs.~' The 'Wool market is dull. 'Wheat is quoted at 5s. 2ti^o (5^8^ H Fat Cattle have advanced 10s. per head. The Stfea'p)maflfetyis{ijn'«r(5|rlni. !iBfst] we(jiersafeVoi-tli-lf0l.--5d/t(?l&.r- L '? a i j'l:_he yjotoijau Legislali^e-tAssembly^sat, w|tjj bjt|litt[iiinteMTj»tiong fro^i /Tu.esdiiy last until 12 ~o clocF yesternight, when* tlie members of the Opposition gay.ejwayi amidst great excitement. iv.s^j.i. i.u J; ^?10 p.m. In; the ...

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MR. JOHN BRIDGE'S WEEKLY REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 12 February 1876

ME. JOHN BRIDGE'S WEEKLY EEPORT. Station Propcr/»e« are not offered just mow to any extentihat would fairly represent the feeling of the market ; buyers and sellers, as if by a mutual unders.ta'pding, feeemiht disposed to await the ?jfflUB^rfiie preseist^BJtertBin season, .out wnen way saJgB do tbkp p)ace thejpriees do not indicate any wifit of confidence $1 'the part of investors. \t$tor£Gattle -and &fteep.-^-Tlie foregoing remarks . apply «JBp, although in some of the more' favoured districts there is some ' inquiry for both, the low prices no doubt inducing buyers to come forward, and certainly the present is the time to buy, that ?d», if feed and water can be depended upon. '^Store-Pigs command high figures aecording to age and condition, prices ranging from 7s. or 8s.4 for small, to 15s. 18s. each for fair sizes. ~Jfe±-GaUl&*t^-ie~wwkUi^a\ea~w-erG--hy-Tio means plenijfuj, and- prime -Btock sold -afepricea quite eqiurt -t6.£0eSoTs£Bs. per ewt^.whirstfnferior iy48...

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BURROWA COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS. MONDAY, FEBRUARY 7. (Before W. J. E. Wotton, Esquire.) [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 12 February 1876

BURROWA COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS. Monday, Febbuaby 7. (Before W. J. E. Wotton, Esquire.) James Smith, who had been apprehended on the previous Saturday, pleaded guilty to a charge of having been drunk and disorderly, and was fined 10s.. or 24 hours' imprisonment. Malachi Lehay, who had been apprehended on Sunday, pleaded guilty to a charge of riotous behaviour, and was fined 10s., or 24 hour's im prisonment The same prisoner pleaded guilty to the malicious destruction of the property of one Mary Anne Hennessey, and was fined £1, being the amount of damage proved, or, in default, 7 days' imprisonment. Thomas Smith pleaded guilty to a charge of drunkenness on the Sunday previous, and was fined 10s., or 24 hours' imprisonment. ? Thomas .Ryan pleaded guilty to the charge of having been drunk and disorderly on the Sunday previous, and was fined 10s., or 24 hours' impri sonment. To a second charge of having assaulted the police inrthe execution of their duty the same defendant pleaded not ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 12 February 1876

%\t §niTofon: |Jffo$ Is published at the Office, Marsden-slreet, Burrotoat every Saturday morning, in time for circulation by the early Mails all over the Colony. Terms of Subscription ; — When paid in advance for 3 months, 6s. i if booked, 6s. Single copies, Gd. All accounts are rendered quarterly, and prompt settlement is requested. For Advertisements the following are the charges : — For the first inch or^less of space, Ss. ; for every subse quent inch or less of the same advertisement, Is. 6d. A reduction of twenty Jive per cent, mill be made on all advertisements inserted, for three months ; and of 10 per cent, if inserted for one month. Bubrowa : — Printed and published by Geobob Eabom, at the Newt' Office, Maroden street.

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COURT OF INQUIRY. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 12 February 1876

COURT OF INQUIRY. The first Court of Inquiry under the Lands Acts' Amendment Aet,-in tliis district, was held at tbe\ Burrowii-pourl -House on Wednesday last, before %^4#iB!?Ra^r^6jfee,pjMaJ^fiti^e,Esq.V ^Th^rstfise^jOE^ffiaSf^r l|^m| MolA,Mni'pi MleVe IBs no affiearaJSe optlid respondent Cpnstal.llpO'D wM inf^nedphei poiam-s8ionerfiliat, wfefin ?heSsftped tb'f iutninbns, respondent informed him iiat lie* would not appear. Ueoijge Henry Shefffe deposed : I ain-a licensed Burv«§-6i£;tf|ltieiKI1H!fl fit (|*{fffl*f **-$-CTes. if] the?p%ris1ivo1: CarfgerapMrctHmiy vt fnoriteag^ef selected by Peter Dnnngoold ; at the time of my survey I saw no one resident on the land ; there »&savgi»nya^ppfarffl'»^y't'''i'»ra'»itBili'.'I lmre wair EetefJ3r-ifli^!ooi(i|; ^lfe^e}BObotit'TJ'ojrl8 JJefti or ag^; t \lo'ri6t%8HeS'%Lmitt-to fcafe 4)e«iS:eli« dentoiiabeJand.~— ........I,,. .; ,i.; ..',;, ? ».,' Johu lirady appeared to show cause why?his conditi'onal purchase should not be declared for f...

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