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No title FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 18. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 26 February 1876

. Feiday, Febbuaey 18. Is the Legislative AsBemblj;,7— .... {/TlleClaiiis^feapstjGolonial (J4vernments Bill was read a third time and passed. Da the motiojj-of Mrr51acHrtosh;-*t was ordered tbit|the HouBe, on Tuesday* nex-| wilt lesolve itself into Committee tf tlie 'Whole- to ''cft'nsider ^fjPSt-JfifiB ^rom the.ininister and churchwardens 5of 3Bie?gfej»ian Evangelical Church, Sydney. Mr. Jacob moved the second reading of the Summary Recovery of Money for Labour Bill The biii, proposed. to_ enable persons ;tp.'£ue for money due for ? labour, which ?might noticome under the designation of wages recoyerab.le;under the Masters and Servants Act of 1857. The amount which could be sued for was limited to jE5§/ ' ; ' Mr. Garrett supported the second reading. Mr. Driver op'posed the bill because it gaVe the justices 'power to imprison the defendant in de fault of payment. Such a provision was against the tendency of modern legislation, which favoured the abolition of imprisonment for debt. ...

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LATEST INTELLIGENCE. REUTER'S TELEGRAMS TO AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATED PRESS LONDON, FEBRUARY 16. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 26 February 1876

LATEST!. P^LLIGENJSE; v iwjj.fi jwii.. i^/liONDGW. FfcBBUABT 16. 4 ,R6ypl; Commission (iasl^eefl^ppoiDtpd; to inquire ,in}o. thfi.jDpnclitipR,:*! ^the jSl9.ye^trade ;at; Ju)y ne^ijf^jatejfef postage Yla.^puthaigptbn.; ?WJU«e!6d..iand via BrindiBJ.ySa.'. v.. t,Ak.r,n-th -k-n In t)ie,House of Cpujnaons Sir- JSteffprd ,:Nprthr ^Jofcii,iphBiipeljqr of itUe y JEsdiegperj Jntrojluced *: JnirtipnIJEior; a ilppn jt9.«Bay-'if--r:tlii!,1Sjiez*1(3anal Bbaree, purchased. ^y England lfcomtbe;]Ilie(iivet arid also ;for; the debt due to £be jComnn'ssionets., The , debate ; has been ,' deferred until ; Monday, HRS11^*'1 fctfJ ^i'-'l- i'V!V ';;l'; i^'H'' ??'?1':''::l' 3 ? ???v^'!:-' r^The.IiOndori'CoJomal wopl sales, opened yester^ tlajr.1 t-iDji^'iflfeil jiarrjyajsjjup-itp ? datfjamount ..to. fyer,iOO,-)Q0 Jialesrj 'upward? ,pt. ' 550ft rfca}es w.ere 1 offered, c£;i;3yJiiph,;^Gap,e ..jyoqls preponderated, The attendance oif.bojJiijdpieflndjforeign.iuyerp, was large,; and biddings/commenced with ? g...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 26 February 1876

is published at the Office, Martden-street, 'Burrowa, every Saturday morning, in time for circulation by the early Mail* all over the Colony. Terms of Subscription : — When paid, in advance for 3 months, 5s. ; if booked, 6s . Single copies, 6d. All accounts are rendered quarterly, and prompt settlement is requested. For Advertisements the following are the charges : — For the first inch or lest of space, 3». ; for entry subs* quent inch or less of the tame advertisement, 1». 6d. A reduction of twenty five per cent, will be made on all advertisement! inserted for three months ; and of 10 per cent, if inserted for one month. BOBEOWA .-—Printed and pnbliihed by GlOBM Easok, at the Ketri* Office, M»r»den rfreet.

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YASS PASTORAL AND AGRICULTURAL ASSOCIATION'S EXHIBITION. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 26 February 1876

YASS PASTORAL AND AGRICULTURAL ASSOCIATIONS EXHIBITION. Ok Thursday last the Yass Pastoral and Agricul tural Association held their seventh Annual Exhibition^ -^he ^attendance was large, not less 4fe^/4fiO0a?eDpl§ ^einf .; jwesentfe; $heupffiimti! severer-lreu^;ht*liad| evidently «ain9riiBhfea. tlie; 0uniber otixhibits ifijtlie agficulturlp andl^ortii1 icultuml departments; and while the hbrse sectiou incliidedjnany animals of excellent quality, they were laraentilily deficient in tlie only descriptions which can show improvement In the eight classes for young horses, .thoroughbred or draught, only tw-£ jpri^es wcre| .awarded, .the refirfiider giving 'onlyfEinglljESfiipiis: m^m vhi honei-? dered unworthy of a prize. The great feature of the Exhibition was un doflbtedlvthe show of D^rhant cattle, Jn.whicjt, thojxh^bits were vof .exge^Hep^ Jjuality^, MryW. |j;^ainp_ge^,jofiBeye|lty,imBy;|je cpnfra/ulvidi on again bringing away the principal prizes'wilh class, the special prize offered...

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POST-OFFICE TIME-TABLE. ARRIVAL AND DESPATCH OF MAILS ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 26 February 1876

POST-OFFldE TrinS-IAB^!. ABBlVkL AND DESPATCH OF MAILS. . . ' ? ?-:-t:*'.''' AKfiivAts. ? .? ;''? ? .'??- '.Jftrpm Yaea & Tangmangarob : On Tuesday, Wed-;' nesday, Thuradak jmil ^turSas^^t^t-P1':. . ' vsj From Young arid MftrepgprOn-mondttj^AV'edneSj; JVom Daltori land^ftye iEBfJcj^n Saturday,. at 6 ??:-i«!^.:. ?:?;'-;???.??/ ?!': -S-^jv^v ; -;.-..- L--.:.= From Reid's Flat, tiwifrogiiiore: £n Monday, at 11-30 a.m. :' Depabtubes. For Yass and Tangmangaroo : Op .Sunday, ^Mo^r . day, AVednesday, and Friday it^oenr O* j. t For Young & Marengo: On Wednesday, Thursday, ?and Saturday, at 1 '20 p.m. ? Xoi^^FAxk^AJi^ton^ QaJ^dsy,,.e.t3MJn^..., For fieid's Flat, via Frpgmore : On Saturday, at 'WOW** I 7.1ft ,'A 01 V, '-1 ? '^^I6^y^^erFlliuea™dSily7^iwF^'a1ln7'iffil!l' 4 p.m. -??«*'- a -? On Sunday the Office will be opett bef$ree|i the hours of 1 p.m. and-2 p.m., for delivery only. ~

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 26 February 1876

OF BURROWA^EET, YOUNG, Surgeon to the Burrangong District Hospital, M£?*%* consulted EVERY ALTERNATE SUNDAY, at Me. iBBBNSTON'S AUS TBAtlAN HOTEL, BUBBOVi&V #fter One o'clock. Mr. BEBNSTON will give any Information as to days of visiting.; -and urgent messages can be sent by telegraph to Young. Young, January 30th, 1876. A FOUR-HORSE EXPRESS VAN '\\riLL Leave BURBO WA for GUNNING W every TUESDAY, on and after let Feby., returning to Burrowa from Gunning every THUBSDAY, at noon. Passenger Fare, £1. Terms for Parcels on application to the undersigned. GEORGE COUCH. Burrowa, 24th January, 1876. THE ROYAL HOTEL, BTXIMRO-W.A.. ; PBOPRIETOB. First-Glass .&cc®iam&iatifttt for Travellers & ©tlters. SPIBIT8, ALES, TONES, LIQUEURS, to., or the best quality. ' : Good and Commodious Stabling. AGENTS fTSBE following gentlemen have consented JL to act as Agents for the .' BURROWA HEWS,' and will Teceive all Moneys due to the Propriator, Subscribers' Names, and Orde...

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Latest intelligence. (FROM MESSES. GORDON AND GOTCH.) [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 26 February 1876

?§\\U& i fttelligcivce. (Fko»r Messes.; Gobdon and Goran:.) ' [b? ELECTRIC TELEGBAPHi} ., SYDNEY ^-Febeuaby 25, 6-25 p.m. The Legislative Assembly has passed the Agreements Validating J3ill by a: majority ofjseven. ..; . -..,-. ?;. ? ? The Estimates for -the Police and Prison Departments were passed -unaltered. ; The Supply Bill for the month-of February lias been .carried through, all its stages' in Tboth Houses. .; : . . The steamer Avoca,1 with the. balance of Ihe English mails and ' cargo; arrived ' here ?yesterday, . ? . ... ?. .''. ? , .' . . Tlie 'body. 'of a man named Eenjmell has been found floating in the -harbour... 'A meeting was held yesterday, at which a resolution was carried in favour of sending a rifle team to Philadelphia to take parji in the International Eifle-match. ^ . j' ?.. 1 1 * | ; There i6 great excitement over the Inter coionialtJricket-Tna'tcii. ' The Banks and the Government Offices are to close5 at nboh each dav during the contest. Strop wgn th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 26 February 1876

ENGLISH MAIL. Letters for. She next Eijglush Miil-stSara'er, tfia San Francisco, must be posted in Burrowa not later* than Wednesday morning,, $Ur£&)8tb$;j& half -past 11 '-o'clock. ,_ . _. „' . . '.. 't!.!i~V weekly 'calendar. . . -...?; Moon's first quarter— March 3rd— at 7-52 p.m. | I ... . i .i. «g ° Remarkable Events* ? . ? * tt !l_____Ai ' : ' H. M. H. M. 27 -S Quinquagesima Sunday. , ft 46 6 40 28 M ; ,'F ?' ? . ??' . 5 47 6 39 29 Tu Shrove Tuesday. ' ' ? 5 49 6 37 1 W Ash Wednesday. ' ? ! : 5 49 6 35 2 Tli John Wesley died, 1791 5 50 6 34 3 F Last Tasmanian aboriginal 5 51 6 33 4 S [died, 18G9 5 52 6 32 i)IED, ? * - A.T Btirrovra, on February. 28rd,: of injuries1 accidentally1 received under, .a ...loaded, waggon, George, third son of' P. H. Scott, Esq., J.P., of the Union Steam Mills. ;:??:; ^ : ,, llTS ATU£I)AY, FEBEUAEy,.26TH, 1876.

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INTERCOLONIAL CRICKET-MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 4 March 1876

INTERCOLONIAL CRICKET-MATCH. The following account of the seventeenth match between Victoria and New South Wales we take from ihe Sydney Herald : — First Day. U. tiregory ana Thompson went to the wickets ; Gregory received Allan's first over, a maiden. Cosstick, took the ball at the other end, and off his first Thompson made a single for a cut, Gregory followed with another in the same direction, and then Thompson got a second! single ; Allan then bowled a maiden over to I Thompson, and Cosstick one to Gregory. A four was next made by Thompson off Allan. ; Gregory i played one from Cosstick to short leg, and in ' attempting a run nearly lost his wicket ; had Elliott taken the ball when returned to him he must Jiave been run out. Suns were got slowly up to 17, when Thompson, in trying to hit Allan, was caught in the slips by Cosstick. Thompson played a good innings, and scored 8, but the scorers only credited him with 6, giving the other two runs to Gregory. Evans filled the vacancy,...

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AT THE POLICE OFFICE, COWRA, On Wednesday, March 8th. COUNTRY LOT. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 4 March 1876

AT THE POLICE OFFICE, COWRA, On Wednesday, 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 Stiuson's conditional purchase of 120 acres, No. 28. Breakfast Creek Run. Upset price, £1 per acre.

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PARLIAMENT OF NEW SOUTH WALES. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 23. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 4 March 1876

^A^Ltsmmris^m^^rw^M^ ^Wednesday, FEBBnABY23. prthe LegiilakyeiJtfuntiiL— ?.; * -s .'U T%1 H j The;.Mai!rled'^ftmanV ftetfersioriary Interests in Personal Estate BUjL-,a^ Jtfaeril^forcement of ' Claims against the Colonial Government Bill were recejveitffmi AefABBgmbly^ .and seyeralJy.resldM first time.' ' ,' * * ,L .^ . Sk^fred-St^hen moved the 3 second rreading iiifit ^%y&f-i^ergJDf\^ppeTB'' ;;BiHj'ie^)laining;'itB provisions and sliowipg their Birnilar{ty to those of the Act in force in England, j Mr. Docker 4id.not oppose the bill, but thought Bome^TOB^eteilswould require' amenamenti in Gonfiffitte-*/«-^--'J :;.' ; '-'':-'?:' ?' ? . Mt^Richardson approved of the bill generally, as an improvement on the one brought in last session: ___ Sir W. Mafinifafe&Uo gave the ThUMb support, but considered that the elect! o'n of ' the Council would be a cumbrous proceeding. :?-' - ' A motion for the adjournment of the debate having been negatived, . '' Mr.flplt'pxgreBRed.his v...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 4 March 1876

WANTED, A STRONG GIRL, as NURSE. Apply to MRS. GARDINER, Bank of New South Wales, Burrowa. FROEMOOR COPPER MINE. WANTED, Pair of SAWYERS, ORB DRESSERS, and LABORERS. Apply, at the Miue to DEER BROS. WANTED, A SADDLER— a good, steady man. The highest wages given. Apply to D. O'ROURKE, Saddler. Brial-street, Burrowa, March 3rd, 1876. WANTED, A N EFFICIENT GROOM. Apply to J. B. O'ROURKE, Commercial Hotel. Burrowa, March 3rd, 1876. FOUND, IN Burrowa, on March 2nd, a Portion of a JB5-NOTE, No. 80944. The owner can obtain it, on paying cost of advertisement, by applying to J. B. O'ROURKE, Commercial Hotel. Burrowa, March 8rd, 1876. BUEEOWA STEAM FLOUR MILLS. WANTED, From 5000 to 10,000 Bushels of Wheat. HIGHEST CASH PRICE GIVEN. Also, a Large Quantity of Billet-Wood. Joseph Sraham,; pro J. &. tfheahan. WILCOX AND GIBB'S CELEBRATED FAMILY SEWING MACHINE. F EXECUTES ALL KINDS of DOMESTIC and ORNAMENTAL WORK. Every Machine Warranted for Twelve Months. 432, George-street, Sydney. BURR...

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CROWN LAND SALES. AT THE POLICE OFFICE, BOCROW, On Wednesday, March 8th. COUNTRY LOTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 4 March 1876

' CROWN LAND BALES. iATJHlJJPOLIGB^FFICE, BQCROWAj 1 * ''** On Wednei tday, March Sth. COUNTRY LOTS. — — ~ ? ' Lot A, portion 62, 40 acres, in the county of Monteaglc, parish of Narrallen, adjoiping_ the southern boundary of C. M'Namara's conditional purchase^oi .^'tarei,, No,H60,rand;th| wesJetnT ioundarysof p6'rti6ull6 of 40acfes, mineral leaser Kenvu Run. Lot B, portion 67, 66 acres 3 roods, in county of Monteagle, parish of Narrallen, on thread of, {Right Hand Creek, and adjoining the : southern boundary of R. Dwye'r's~crihditional purchase' of 100 acres, No. 66. Breakfast Creek Run. Exclu sively, of a road 1 chain wide. , Lot' C; Tortion/276^-57 facres 1 rood/ in county of Monteagle, ' rjarish of 'GeguUalong, adjoining the southern boundary, of E. Woodbridge's con ditional purchase of '40 acres, N6- 194. Exclu sively of a road 1 chain wide. Lot©, portion -277,~41 -acres '8 TOods, in county .of - Monteagle, parish of GeguUalong, adjoining the eastern boundary of E. Woodbridge's ...

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THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 25. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 4 March 1876

Thursday, February 25. IN the legislative Council, — The Piesident reported the receipt of a message from the Assembly covering a Temporary Supply Bill;. No. 2, providing for salaries and services during the month of February. Preventing Standing Orders having been suspended, the bill passed through all its stages in the course of the day's sitting, and .was returned to the Assembly without amendment. . ? ? . ? Sir George. Innes moved the adjournment of the House, in. order.to call the Attorney-General's attention to a circular issued to the public and ad vertising a ' Grand Dual Soiree on the Sydney Cup and St. Leger ; £1000, more or less, to be distributed on each event upon the Art Union Principle.' The subscriptions were to be £1, and amounts from £140 to £400 were to be dis tributed in prizes. ' Swindling transactions such as this were, a growing evil in the community, , and ought to be put down, if the existing law was sufficient ; if not, fresh legislation should be brought t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 4 March 1876

SATUEDAY, MAECH 4th, 1876.

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STORE STUCK-UP UP ON THE BINALONG ROAD BY TWO ARMED ROBBERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 4 March 1876

STORE STUCK-UP UP ON THE BINALONG ROAD BY TWO ARMED ROBBERS. Last Saturday evening an outrage, resulting in the murder of a respectable man named James Omant, took place at a small store, at Emu Flat, near Binalong, in close proximity to the railway now in course of construction. There are a large number of men engaged on the line in this locality, and a couple of inns have been doing a good trade there for some time past. These inns are opposite each other, and about fifty yards, on the Yass side a small iron store, which was tbe scene of the terrible outrage referred to, is situated. Saturday last was pay-day on the line, and the consequence was, that, as usual, the men paid off their accounts at the store, and also, as usual, proceeded to the public-houses to enjoy themselves after their week's hard toi). The store is kept by an old man named McConochie, who is stated to be fifty or sixty years .of age. On (he evening in question tbe man who has been so cruelly murdered, a sub-co...

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Latest Intelligence. SYDNEY—MARCH 3, 5.55 P.M. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 4 March 1876

^latest Intelligence. (From Messes. Gordon and Gotcu.) [bv electbio telegraph.] SYDNEY— Maeoh 3, 5-65 p.m. In the Legislative Assembly, the Premier last night moved that tbe second reading of the Education Bill should be postponed until next week. Mr. Buchanan's amendment to postpone the second reading for six months was negatived, and the original motion, after ?warm debate was carried by a large majority. Mr. Dibbs, a strong supporter of the Govern ment, has gone over to the Opposition. The Torres Straits Mail arrived to-day. The Galifornian Mail-steamer, City of Mel bourne left Auckland for Sydney on last Thursday morning. The Horticultural Society's Exhibition has been a great success. There was a large at tendance .of visitors. - There has been no improvement in the Sydney Wool Sales. More 6hocks of earthquake have been felt at Oamaru.in New Zealand. | The schooner, Eliza, has been totally wrecked at Frazer's Island in Queensland. I The body of & man named Quitz has bee...

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UNCLAIMED LETTERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 4 March 1876

UNCLAIMED LETTER& The following IB a list of unclaimed letters now lying in the Burrowa Post Office : — James Bell Edward Doherty James Hart Mr. Keon John Murphy Robert Smith Mr. Smith John Edward Wilson Mr. Welch A. DownB Edward Dougherty Miss S. M. Baynen Andrew Kennedy Patrick O'Brien John Scard John Thompson James Walker Patk. Murray (Registered) TheBe letters will remain at this office until the 10th instant when they will be forwarded to^ Sydney. ^fl Dan. Ryan Kenan e, Postmaster. v^ Post-office, Burrowa, March 1st.

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INTERCOLONIAL CRICKET-MATCH. SYDNEY, FEBRUARY 26, 1876. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 4 March 1876

INTERCOLONIAL CRICKET-MATCH. Sydney, February 26, 1876. The game was resumed to-day, the Sydney representatives going to the wickets for their second innings, and scored, with a loss of 6 wickets, 208 runs, Thompson obtaining 10, D. Gregory 74,. E. Gregory 40, Powell 31, Bannerman nil, and Evans 46. The latter was at the wickets five hours. February 28, 1876. The whole of the Sydney team are out for 228 runs. The Victorians, in their second innings, obtained 95 runs. Sydney therefore won the match by a majority of 195 runs. Evans and Spofforth bowled splendidly. Catholic Bazaar. — The Bazaar in aid of the new Catholic Church came off on the evenings of Monday and Tuesday, 28th and 29th February ; ; and, taking into consideration that it was sup plementary to the Bazaar held some time ago, when upwards of £600 were realized, we have to . congratulate the promoters on its success. The tables were most tastefully arranged in the School room, which had been considerably enlarged for the...

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LATEST INTELLIGENCE. BEUTER'S TELEGRAMS TO AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATED PRESS LONDON, FEBRUARY 22. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 4 March 1876

LATEST INTELLIGENCE. . beuteb's telegbamb to aubtealian associated press' : London. Febedaby 22. 7 The House of Commons has voted, without division, the amount to liquidate the purchase of the Khedive's shares in the^Suez Canal Mr. Gladstone and Mr. Lowe attacked the detailB of the transaction. . Mr. Disraeli defended the purchase as a political act calculated to strengthen .the British Empire. ?-. . . Spain. — The Alphonsists are triumphant over the Carlists, and the latter are flying to the General Schenck, the American Ambassador to London, has resigned his position on account of the impending trial in connection with the Emma Mine. Februaby26. The Hon. William Forstei, Agent-General for New South Wales, and the Hon. J. Macalister, of Queensland, were presented at Court Mr. Macalis ter has been gazetted a CM. G.. Afttir two days' debate a motion by Mr. Whit bread, censuring the Admiralty Slave Circular, was negatived by 290 to 245. M. D.ufaure succeeds M. Buffet as President of t...

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