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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 19 February 1876
(% §uiTofoa Dxfos ^ is published at the Office, MarsAen -street ^ Burrowa 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, 5s. ; if booked, 6s. Single copies, Gd. All accounts are rendered quarterly, and prompt settlement is requested. For Advertisements the follounng are the charges 1 — For the first inch or less of space, 8«. ; for every subse quent inch or less of the same advertisement, Is. 6d 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. Bvbrowa .-—Printed and published by Geobsb . Eaboh, at the Newt' Office, Martden-etrect.
BURROWA COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 16. (Before W. J. E. Wotton and G. Eason, Esqs.) Breach of Impounding Act. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 19 February 1876
BURROWA COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS. Wednesday, Febbuaby 16. (Before W. J. E. Wotton and G.'Eason, Esqs.) Breach of Impounding Act. -, Michael Oonroy v. Samuel Pearsall, ^oniqr./x Tbelnforniationchflrgeddefendanti!fithha«drii| impounded the complainant's cattle, and charged damages as from' an enclosed paddock, whereas ; the' paddock was not enclosed by a sufficient fence. '' ' ' Michael Conroy deposed : The information now read is true, and defendant is the party referred to ; I had some cattle impounded by defendant on SQfli 'January last ; iikn6w defendaJftW' fadjScjck ; 'it is enclosed by a two-rail dog-leg fence,' wtich in some placeB is not. mitre than .2 feet 6 inches high, and is not sufficient to keep out cattle. ?''T-o-flie defendant :' The fence iniatTfeep~y6ur 'etockin; '?*'*? - ? ' ': ' .' ?'?' -7? Y / ( ' Michael Carity deposed : I know defendant* s ?paddoeks-frem-whiclj' oomplainantrfl ?K}attle™w«re- itnpounded ,? in one place.it is not mpre-ihaii three, feet tiigh, but t...
POST-OFFICE TIME-TABLE. ARRIVAL AND DESPATCH OF MAILS. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 19 February 1876
POST-OFFICE aiME-TABLE. ABSHTAC AHD DESPATCH OF MAILS. AERIALS. ? .From YaBB & Tangmangaroo ; On Tuesday, Wed nesday, Thursday, and Saturday, at 1 p.m. From Young and Marengo ;.On Monday, Wednes day, and Friday, at 11.30 a.m. From Dalton and Bye Park: JDn , Saturday, at 6 p.m. From Reid's Flat, via Frogmore : On Monday, at 11-30 lun. Depabtcbes. For YasB and Tangmangaroo : On Sundayj Mon- day, Wednesday, and Friday, at*noon. For Young & Marengo : On Wednesday, Thursday, and Saturday, at 1*20 p.m. FoHBye-Parfcand Dalton : On Friday, at 7a.m. For field's Fjat, via Frogmore : .On Saturday, at l'30-p.mf ?' --?* '?? - ' ? ? ; . Money-orders issued daily, from 9 a.m. until 4 p.m. ,-? ^ .f-:, / % - ? ? - ? ?? ?? On'Sanday, tJleOjBSce will 'be open ^between the hours of Tp.in. arid 2 p.m., fordeUvery cn~ly.~
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 19 February 1876
TJEESONS in the interior are cautioned against sending their money to aome' advertising : -i- ° %hops, where they will only receive rubbish in return, after long delay. : MeBsrs.: EILEY' ' BROTHERS have Bent away imore than ????'?? ? i- - . :: -; .-' ;;';-?.;' #000 bales '???'???.r'.V'V ::; /? ?tring the past twelve months, and have received upwards of 2000 LETTERS, thanking them , for sending Really Good Aeticles with the greatest promptitude. NOTICE. Don't be misled by persons now ; advertising Copies of our Bales, and addjng 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. On receipt of the above amount, we will at. once send per Mail, reaching any town in the ' Colony with'in six days of receipt of order, the following goods, packed 1 ', : '''. securelyiri waterproof arid canvas. . ' ' WINTERTIME POtJNP BALE! One pair super Witney Blankets, for large bed. . ; One white Mar...
LATEST INTELLIGENCE. REUTER'S TELEGRAMS TO AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATED PRESS LONDON, FEBRUARY 8. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 19 February 1876
LATEST INTELLIGENCE. reuter'8 telegrams to australian associated press' London, February 8. The Queen opened Parliament. The Royal Speech states that the relations with Foreign Powers are cordial ; but it is considered that it is not the duty of the country to stand aloof in the efforts making to pacify the insurgents of Boznia and Herzegovina. Therefore, while respecting the independence of the Porte, the Government had joined with other Powers in urging the adoption of reforms in favour of the ChristianB. -The Government have agreed to the purchase of , the Khedive e shareB in the Suez Uanal, as public interests are deeply involved, and rely on Parlia- . gk, ment for its ratification. The representations W^ made in reference to the Burmese Expedition of 1875 have been received in , a friendly spirit, and her Majesty is convinced that the present inquiry will lead to the punishment of the offenders'. Her Majesty w deeply -thankful for the constant lealth of her dear son. the Prince...
IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 26 February 1876
IMPOUNDINGS. Burranoono. — Impounded at Burrangong, on February 5th, from Wombat, by Mr. Samuel Holman : — Bay mare, 3^ W (the K a writing capital) over like S or C in circle or diamond near shoulder, aged, 15 hands. Black horse, D over blotched brand like x slanting near shoulder, bob tail, 6 years, 14} hands. To be sold on March 2nd. Cowra. — Impounded at Cowra, on February 9th, from Merriganowry, by Mr. Hennessey : — Bay horse, docked tail, blind off eye, Sco over A and triangle near shoulder, triangle and C, with a dot in the centre of the C, near hip, broken-in, aged. Also, on the same date, from Wagoola, by order of Joseph Ousby, Esq. : — Bay horse, star, broken-in, hind feet white, hipped near side, B S near shoulder. Black mare, star, white spots on back, m off shoulder. To be sold on March 2nd. Grabben Gullen. — Impounded at Grabben Gullen, on February 9th, from Hart's Station, by Mr. John M'Sorley : — Iron-grey mare, stripe down the face, near hind foot white, ES near shou...
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 26 February 1876
Mr. W. H. Peppercorn writes to the Herald:— I request to state the following remedy agaiiiBt droughts, viz., to plant apple and pear, and other fruit trees in large quantities, near to all pastoral residences. Now, as these trees drive their rpots much deeper down than grass does, they would yield vast quantities of food for Bheep and cattle, at a time when the grass is parched up. They do not require to be grafted, but can be raised from the seeds. When planted the holes should be dug deep, and good mould should be put round the roots. This system can defy the droughts, and would enrich the colony. The planting and cultivating fruit trees for cattle would retain the rainfall and dews on the ground. The artificial grasses and grain that may be grown between them could - be mowed, and would ' be very valuable. The shading the land from the burqiMh sun would prevent it from sucking up all' moisture. The trees would be a protecting''' shield. Fruit fattens cattle, and makes rich- ' fla...
Thursday, FEBRUARY 17. In the Legislative Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 26 February 1876
Thursday, February 17. In the Legislative Council. — The Souse' went into committee further to con sider the details of the Recognizance to keep the Peace Bill, resuming at clause 1, which provided that a' person' may be bound over to keep the peace or to be of good behaviour after examina tion of both parties to the complaint, as well as of witnesses. An amendment had been moved for omitting the part of the clause which allowed of the hearing of witnesses as to the truth of matters alleged to form grounds for apprehension at injury. After argument the proposed amend ment was withdrawn. The clause was amended by the insertion of words to the effect that the magistrate should be satisfied that the apprehen sion o£ injury was reasonable. Objection was taken to the use of defamatory or offensive lan guage being made a ground for requiring sureties to keep the peace or recognizance to be of good behaviour ; the .. provision to that effect was negatived, and a proposal to re-introduce a ...
PARLIAMENT OF NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 26 February 1876
PARLIAMENT OF SEW SOUTH. WALES. ''' ~ \ WedKebdav, February, 16. In the Legislative Council, — . = The President reported the receipt of, a message, from the Governor, notifying that a despatch had been-r-eceiyed to the effect-that her- Majesty had tieen pleitBed nbt to exercise jier power ef disal lowance in respect 01 tue Marriage witn a Deceased' Wife's Sister^ EegaliBJng Bill. ' 'The President likewise reported +be receipt of a letter frointhB Governor, --stating that rhia Excellency had- received a commission, under the sign manual, appointing the President of the Council Administrator of the Government daring the absence of the Governor and Lieutenant-Go vernor from the colony. ? ; ? ? Sir Alfred Stephen moved the] second reading or the Recognizance to keep the Peace Bill, and explained the grounds upon which an amendment of ihe Inw with, regard to the requirement , of recognizances in cases of apprehended breaches of the peace was considered necessary. There were, two clauses...
CROWN LAND SALES. AT THE POLICE OFFICE, BOCROWA, On Wednesday, March 8th. COUNTRY LOTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 26 February 1876
CROWN LAND SALES. AT THE POLICE OFFICE, BOCROWA, On Wednesday, March 8th. COUNTRY LOTS. Lot A, portion 62, 40 acres, in the county of Monteaglc, parish of Narrallen, adjoining the southern boundary of C. M'Namara's conditional purchase of 40 acres, No. 60, and the western boundary of portion 16 of 40 acres, mineral lease. Kenyu Run. Lot 13, portion 67, 66 acres 3 roods, in county of Monteagle, parish of Narrallen, on the head of Right Hand Creek, and adjoining the southern boundary of R. Dwyer'e conditional purchase of 100 acres, No. 66. Breakfast Creek Run. Exclu sively of a road 1 chain wide. Lot C, portion 276, 57 acres 1 rood, in county of Monteagle, parish of Gegullalong, adjoining the southern boundary of E. Woodbridge's con ditional purchase of 40 acres, No. 194. Exclu sively of a road 1 chain wide. Lot D, portion 277, 41 acres 8 roods, in county of Monteagle, parish of Gegullalong, adjoining the eastern boundary of E. Woodbridge's condi tional purchase of 40 acres, No. 194. ...
EUROPEAN MAIL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 26 February 1876
EUBOPEAN MAIL NEWS. (From the Sydney Heralds UUgramt.) The Board of the Severn Conservators have granted permission to Frank Buckland to take salmon ova from the Severn for export to Australia and New -Zealand. ' Professor Max Muller has resigned the Unair of Comparative Philology at Oxford, and will leave England early next year. : The- King -of Bavaria has bestowed on him Knighthood of the Order 'of Maximilian. ~ Mr. C. S. Read, member: for South Norfolk, find ing resistance to agricultural reforms on the part of hie colleagues insuperable, has retired from the Government He is using his recovered freedom in addressing public meetings. Mr. Salt, member for Stafford, succeeds to the secretaryship of the local Government Board. The Right Hon. Stephen Cave, Paymaster General, has proceeded to Egypt on a special mission connected with the Khedive's finances. Colonel Stokes ; Mr. Victor Buckley, of the Foreign Office ; Mr. White, Deputy Accountant General At the War Office, and Mr. Auc...
INTERCOLONIAL CRICKET-MATCH. SYDNEY, FEBRUARY 25, 1876. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 26 February 1876
?INTERCOLONIAL CEICKET-J1 ATCH. Sydney, Febboaey 26, 1876. ; Thp match between 'Victoria arid1 New Bouth Wales commenced to-day. The Sydney team went iu iirst, and obtained 99 rune, Evans contributing 10, Thompson 8, D. Gregory 86, Bannerman, 8, and Powell. 11, , . The VictdiaanBi tiien .went to 'itie 'wickets,' and all were disposed of for 87 runs. Evans and' tSpofforth howled- splendidly. '.,';', . -.- .CONDJTlONA't POECHASEB JJURBOWA DlSTEICT. — At' the ' local ' Lnnd Office, on Thursday last, the . Joj^wing,. cpnditipnal purchases were made: — -X£pnpl£? teegiillalong4rJfonn 'iliyone^ =3J. acres. Parish of Do'uglaB— JbhnTiiurphy, 40 acres ;; James Malley, jun., 40 acreB. 'Parish' of Bnrden — Thoirjas Brown, 16§J «pres ; Lawrence Tracey, 100 acres! ?.' Parish; of fflihalohgi-i&lice Sophia Hodgson, 100 acres. Parish of Rossi— Charles - William . Cooper, 40 acres. Parish of Gal on g — James Thompson, 140 acres. Parish of 3ala — Robert Kemp, 40 acres. Parish of Ware— John- Be...
JOHN BRIDGE'S WEEKLY REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 26 February 1876
JOHN BRIDGE'S WEEKLY^EPORT. Fat Slock, at this week's sales, were again dearer, and tbe quality very inferior. Fair to good beef is now worth 23s. to 27s. per 100 lbs. Sheep; were, ?firm''at; 7s.? 'I9 13s. ? for, r6ay, ^6 to 56 lbs. ; thb'market,Oro'lue'ver'l.jB for the prefeent well supplied. Lambs were in active request, prices ranging from, 8s.' to 15s;- Calves brought extreme prices ; I sold some small and very poor ones at 18s. to 30s. ? ' ' Store Stock:— Cdttle and Sheep are inquired after in quarters now ; but a general fall of rain is necessary before much business can be reported. Wool was in ratiier more demand this week, bu3rers showing every disposition to operate at current prices ; but owners' reserves and want of news as to the London Sales prevented business. Sheepskins, in view of the condition of .the market, 6old very, readily at 5d. to 8d. for best parcels, and 2|d. to 4d. for pelts. Tallow was in rather more favour for ship ments, and I sold some fair sized line...
BURROWA JOCKEY CLUB RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 26 February 1876
BUBEOWA JOClIEir CLUB RACES. The weights for the two handicaps at these races were declared at the Commercial Hotel on Tues day last, and aro as follows :— fii-'i':' PllitlCAKS' PUBSE HAMDICAP. j, t' ? ,,lbtj I «.' i -45 . A. Hancock's b li, Eritfa Me, 5 yrs ? 56 ' l8- E. T. fiwynhe's b g, Poet, 6 yrs. ? -$ ,10 5. B.'O'Rourke's bg, Dynamite, aged ? 6 '2* ' BDBBOWA JOCKEY CLUB HANDICAP. M-Winehan's b g. Standard, aged .....)..\ 8 *10 g;; feems^f 9 htete&m$®$\\-£ 8 J. w W. Welraan's b m, Autumn, 4 yrs ? 7 0 E. B. Hume's b g, Albury, aged ? 6 9 A ITancockJsb hjErin's Isle. 5 vrs ? 6 6 S3FSwyn33«Stf £, Poet, $y^Z~~~T~%' W. B. Pett's r g. Trumpeter, aged ..yJ.J.^H f?
UNCLAIMED LETTERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 26 February 1876
UNCLAIMED LETTERS. Tbe following is a liet of unclaimed letters now lying at the ^Jenerar Post Office, Sydney, as per List No. 2, published in Government OatelU of 17th February :— ' ' , - '? a%. '^ Shtyjihtterfy: ? j *?:..; 4|peiiemiah Howe, Roman Catholic School, 0 !$» JJurrowa Pti -. ;-r£ .. \|fc: VtQflBejih May, Maloori Copper Mines }Kk 33-Miss Bridget Ryan, Burrowa River :-f' 28 Mfs/H. Weeks, Young Colonial Letters. 188 Thomas Brown, Mudgee . . . : r 22 James Campbell, Burrowa River jjfliOJwin. Carey, Spring Creek ?^/Dennis Comins, Burrowa 195 John Cumininge, Reedy Creek, Numby -4^^ 6 JLDalton, Limestone Creek, Yass (4) ^^ 37*1!vTBrTDaw'ei3o^m58on.'Bu'rrowa' ? ' m 79 Messrs/ S. and K Dixon.fBendeoipe/ » 108 Perey^ Douglas, Burfowa *' £ * ' ? - ? 94TJohn-Fiilhan)j IUalong ? , — ? 45 PatriqkiGodfrey, Barwang, Harden 27 J. Huldyrnan, Yass ; ' : ' 65 George Hawko, Burrowa ?:' I'MW.'HoJd, Lachlan River :X ff. 1«1 Mibs Mary Ann Hyde, Burrowailiv«r.j 27 Thomas Johnson, Burrowa . . . 1...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 26 February 1876
QnE^i^ft^Bniiidb^ ^jrajuiielf at Botsk^ ihamptpn in-twe_nty-fpur.h'pure, .ending-at 6 o'clpclc l^ef terdayiev^ning ; ilfliipreis ;Orei9k^ain%aiBi.^ie8-; Sroyed, fwhiqli -hbob* ^1200;- * ;£i& JrainijfeU;, all Blackallpn.Wednesday and. Thursday, extending nipjthe arivef,.past Taifibo, fand,;fifty,;njile8 .down did jiottjeitenii southward to LorneJstatipn^vgrasB; a.B scarceifiij some part *f ,4he mfck&0y$)ixi stock Eare.ihi»^ng«t_preseiUiVrf ^-ri -:i;ii.',;!J] ?.[;.;.« ;;v,i,,j -. iKaJbpii Wiooi, SAr-Kft-r-Atelegramfrom^MeBsrs.- rHelftuth iSchwartze jand Co.,- of Jlbndon, states .?: *bat the wool sales opened with a large attendance ;o'f both home *nd ^foreign buyers. The total ar rivals^of Australian wools amount to j6e,O00baleB the competiiiot) ib animated. ;.',-., , :;- . ...1.; ? ,.£ IWagga Waoqa. — At ;thp , nomination on Mon day, JtftyjLeary was proposed; by Mr. John Cox, of Mangoplah, and .seconded hy Mr. Gorsge Forsyth.; Mr. Leary was elected withoutopposition. ...
AT THE POLICE OFFICE, COWRA. On Wednesday, March 8th. COUNTRY LOT. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 26 February 1876
AT THE POLICE OFFICE, COWRA. On Wedneeday, March 8th. COUNTRY LOT. Lot A, portion 30, 71 acres 1 rood, in county of Forbes, parish of Neila, adjoining the southern boundary of Samuel Stinson's conditional purchase of 120 acres, No. 28. Breakfast Creek Run. Upset price, £1 per acre. A young student of a quiet disposition wants to ' get bored in a private family.' We imagine that he will experience but little difficulty in having bis wants supplied.