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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 3 October 1874

Is jmlliehedZat the Office, Martden-ttreet, Burroiea, every Saturday morning, in time for circuUitUm by tht early Mails all over the Colony. ?' '' Terms of Subscription 1— When. paid in advance f or 3 months, 6s. ; if booked, 6s. Single copies, 6d. All accounts are rendered quarterly, and prompt uttlmmti is requested. . ; For Advertisements the following are the charges ;— , For the first inch or less of space, St. ; for every tubs*- ; quent inch or less of the same advertisement, 1*. 6d. ' A reduction of twenty five per cent, will he made en all advertisements inserted for three months ; mid of 10 per cent, if inserted for one month, Bubbowa .?—Printed and published by Obobox Easor, at th« New*1 Office, Bf»rfd«n-itrat.

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Latest Intelligence. SYDNEY—OCTOBER 2, 5.30 P.M. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 3 October 1874

jatest InMliipte. {From . Mesbbs. Gobdon akd Gotoh.) (by electric telegraph.] SYDNEY— October 2, 5-80 p;m. The Eeport of the Mutual Provident Society ' has been unanimously adopted. Mi. Muller, the merchant, is insolvent, his 1 deficiency being £6,500. . . Willis,, Lloyd, and Co. have surrendered ., their estate. The steamship City of Adelaide will he ' dispatched with the next English Mails via Ban Francisco. Mr. Forrest's exploring party have arrived at Western Australia ; all are well. . The steamer Leichhardt brings twenty eeven thousand six hundred (27,600) ounces of gold from Northern ports. ? James Taylor, aged 14 years, has been . Committed for trial for stabbing a lad in the ? Markets. ?? '^ WopL;— The firBt clip of the season was /., offered,, yesterday^ The biddings were spirited, and prices firm. ? Cattle have advanced 15s. to £1 per head ; best are. worth £10 to £10 10s. ? ' There is a. short supply of Bheep in the market ; but prices are firm' best wethers realising fr...

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LATEST INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 3 October 1874

[?] [?] tSLOR«$y&nBMrin, £$0 *o £M*Br,trai,:!;i- fVi, But) #flifliiffteflftft jgg2 ? . Australian at JS9Q. ; - .,j ? ;? -'u ^^c^^ftttgcMon.,j jHe.coptemplated paying, a vuujbdio,Xn^EuL%uj;)ii*coiiB6Qi[6nc6 of tbissudflen1 aJ#gk(')]fB jH-pp^sed journey has been indefinitely , jEB£ip!fefo''T$ers., in, tbie^conree ^of [ a speech , debyefedii ^izill^, Stated that witij the assistance ; ^ttEE5iA^r.',Ti-|Ch^' Roman -3aliioiio. Bishop, of Paqgfbfirn haa(been,jcbiidenined ;tp three, months' iinp^pDnfeni; £91 i^ipastoral .delivered some; time ; eipijel When'itiejre,?V4s juuch- excitement concern- . int|fleJ(epQlp8iagtieil'Ja-v&i ?','.,'...?'.. ? ;. ? ?: ,; :i ijSiisflpyal^igftness, the. Prince of Waleshas been' elJBCje.dfir^mdAiaster pf the Freemasons vice the.J^qu^s/ojEsBjpjbn resigned. .... -r: .. ,. -:??? ? ?Wy 'jij; ,)';,.. .-,;.',:'.,''?.:?? ??'.?? Sepjembeb 28. ; . .The, esp^lsioii of Panieh agitators froin Schles wigHpJsteiu has' paused much; comment, It is de^fedjnVjB...

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ENGLISH MAIL NEWS. W. MORT AND CO.'s WOOL REPORT. London July 27th, 1874 [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 3 October 1874

ENGLISH MAIL NEWS. W. Mort and Co.'s Wool Report. London July 27th, 1874. Since we last wrote there has been considerable private enquiry for Wool both from Yorkshire and the Continent, and for the time of year more business than usual has been done, Sales in all cases shewing an advance on the closing rates of last series. Except as giving a promise of improved prices in the August Series the transactions are of course of 6mall importance, the disinclination of impor ters to operate except at Public Sale confining them almost entirely to 6cond hand and dealers' lots. The third sale of the year, fixed for 18th August, promises to approach the last in quantity of Wool to be offered, 225,000 bales having already arrived, which will probably be increased to 250,000 before the date specified. The pro bable production of the Colonies is however now much better understood by the trade than for merly, and we do not anticipate that the heavy supply will have any injurious effect on prices. ...

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BURROWA COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS. MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 28. (Before W.D. Campbell and W.J.E. Wotton Esquires.) Hours-stealing. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 3 October 1874

BUEEOWA OODET OP PETTy SESSIONS. . Monday, September. 2R (B^e^D. Cainpbell and W. J. E. Wotton, Jf/^'*&;.. Esquires.) I PgMffiiguiedy. h Mr. DonOTSi for the prisoner. ^ # | Lftn1I'«p|; the prisoner was brought i^flti^ mild, having been apprehended on a ^fifi-ant isfned atMQJ instance of one William Oi^els^ 'Syposejntorr&ation charged prisoner with hiving. _f eloriioualy istolea a mare his property. ? v-' ' tff Sergeant Hitch deposed : My former evidenceJ is true j the niare, the subject of thus information, who has identified her as the mare sold to him hy thft priannpr. .. ., . ~pVflliflffi'CHBBells'aeposed rlanm labnnrer, ie siding at Bed Lagoon, near Douglas : -I kn 95 the - priannnr; ahont,pi-rTnnnt,liR flgO1XJdBi_arUlfcn^ -gtsymatts^masOsAf^-mefP m the intanr 'Bftonl^ der, and on bind quarter with P over cross ; she was running near my^fklacer;;p[ Saa&e/iikjurrief about her, and heard SuelhadJbeenJeenWxan^ mangaroD ; on the last day of the last Burrowa r...

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PRODUCE CIRCULAR. MORT AND CO. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 3 October 1874

PRODUCE CIRCULAR. MOBT AND Co. Oart latest dates from England are by the 'Macgregor,' via San Francisco, on the 23rd instant, with letters to the 28th July, and by the ' EUora,' (arrived 24th.. September), with the ' Grolconda's ' mails, via Suez, to the 7th August. The Cable has kept us well informed of the progress of the Home Sales, which, although not without fluctuation, are apparently passing off satisfactorily, 174,000 bales having been sold up to the 17th instant. The series will close on the 1st -October. In the meantime there is nothing further of moment regarding the Home Market, to add to our remarks of last month. We have already received a small instalment of the new clip, and have advices of great activity at many of the shearing sheds, but it will still be some time before any considerable quantity of new wool will reach market and pennit/of much scope for buyers' operations. The few small lots sold at auction since our last, were made up of the fag ends of clips and...

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RESERVE FROM SALE PENDING FINAL DECISION OF ROUTE FOR TRAVELLING STOCK. Lachlan District. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 3 October 1874

RESERVE FROM SALE PENDING FINAL DECISION OF ROUTE FOR TRAVELLING STOCK. ' ' Lachlan District. No. 691. County of Forbes, parishes of Mulyan, Morongla, Broula, Merriganowry, Goodoogong, Binda, Nanima, Bandon, Cumbijowa, and'Wonga jong, about 35 square miles. The Crown Lands within the following boundaries : Bounded on the north-east and north from the north-west corner of portion 0, parish' or MorongJa, by a line -westerly about 1J mile to the north-east corner of portion 7 of that parish ; thence by the east, south, and the west', boundaries of that portion southerly, westerly,* and northerly to the north-west corner thereof; thence by a line westerly to tbe south east corner of portion 44, parish of Mulyan ; and thence by the south boundary of that portion and it6 westerly prolongation to the southern corner of portion 41 ; thence by a line north-westerly, forming partly the south-western boundaries of portions 41, 40, 39, 38, 30, 31, 32, 33, 34, 35, J52, 151, 156, 157, about 5A mi...

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WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 30. (Before W. D. Campbell and P. H. Scott, Esquires.) Sly Grog-selling. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 3 October 1874

Wednesday, Septembeh 30. (Before W. D. Campbell and P. H. Scott, . . . . Esquires.) i ' -* £lv Grog-selling. Constable Dwyer v. William Fahey. Mr. Freestone for the prosecution. Mr. Donovan for the defence. William Fahey appeared to answer an informa tion which charged him srith having at Beid's Flat, on AuguBt flitii; illegally sold to one John Ralph certain liquor. ? .Mr. Freestone addressed the court Constable Dwyer deposed: I am a constable stationed at Dryburgh, and know defendant, who resides near Numby ; on August 14th I was pre sent at defendant's place on duty, and saw John Balph' there ; I saw. defendant hand Bome peas to his daughter, and she put them in a bag and gave them to Balph j the peas were handed through a window ; I saw Balph ride away with the bag .before him on the horse ; I had a conversation with Balph since. ' By Mr. Donovan : I believe 14th August was on Friday, but I will not swear it 5 I know it was on the 14th August by reference to documents at tlife p...

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STOCK AND STATION REPORTS. [ROBINSON AND BESNARD'S REPORT.] [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 3 October 1874

.STQPK mD STATION BEEOBTS. rROB|MS0N ,;AKD BeBNAED'6 BEFOBT.1 : Fat stook : The demand ie still merely local for either sheep pr- cattle. We this week sold 18 jullocks and 2 cows on account of Mr. W. Regan to Messrs. McKenzie Uros. at a fair price for ? cask.- : . -. ? ?-.- ' ' ? ; ,...,.:?? ; Store cattle : Enquiries are few but we expect an increase in demand should the present favor able prospects of a good season be realised. We have a large number on our books of all classes. Workers are much enquired for. Store sheep- 'We have this week sold for Mr. J. P. Beaumont, Marengot to Mr. J. W. Croaker, Burramunda, 1800 superior breeding ewes for delivery-after shearing at a high cash figure . and have several lots of sheep now being inspected. - Stations : We do not anticipate many trans actions to ensue now that shearing operations are going on. We have, however, a large property on the Bpgan being inspected, end several un stocked blocks of country in the Lachlan and Wellington dis...

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RESERVE FROM LEASE FOR CAMPING AND FOR TRAVELLING STOCK. Lachlan District. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 3 October 1874

BESERVE FltOJI LEASE FOE CAMPING AND FOR TRAVELLING 6T0CK. Lachlan District. No. 136. County of Waradgery, parish of Waradgery, 168 acres 2 roods, portion 16. The Crown Lands within the following boundaries : Commencing on the road from Hay to Booligal, at the south-west corner of portion 15 ; and boun ded on the north by the south boundary of that portion and its easterly continuation bearing east 78 chains 85 Iink6 ; on the east by a line bearing south 22 chains 74 links ; on the south by a' line, bearing west 69 chains 43 links to the road afore said ; on the west by that road bearing north 22 degrees 30 minutes west 24 chains 62 links, to the point of commencement. [Ms. 74-5,853] .

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SMALL DEBTS COURT. WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 30. (Before W. D. Campbell and P. H. Scott, Esquires.) Work and Labour. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 3 October 1874

SMALL DEBTS COUBT. Wednesday, Sept. 30. (Before W. D. Campbell and P. H. Scott, , Esquires.) Work and Labour. John Howarth v. Thomas Eeid ; for work And ^wir; Donovan, for defendant, pleaded not indebted. -, J*-hn Howarth deposed : The items of this ac couht are correct, and the charges reasonable ; 110 payment lias been made to me ; I have received no payment on account of this bill : the items mentioned in the set-off are either in payment of a former »ill, or are for articles settled for in some otherhvay; the sow mentioned was a present to me ; I never received 17s. 6d. from defendant in MKchJflst, ? ... .. _ ..„- ...*„., w« By Mr. Donovan : I delivered this bill. to de fendant before I impounded his sheep ; I feent the bill in August, for I have Iub answer here j I ?might-have impounded the sheep in July-; -I'Bwear positively that I never received from defendant or his, wife, one farthing on account of ihis^bill ; the £1 charged in defendants set-off is part of the payment of a...

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ADMINISTRATION OF THE LAND LAW. No. VI. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 3 October 1874

ADMINISTRATION OF THE LAND LAW. No. VL (From tlit Sydney Mail.) After reading the selections we have published from the evidence taken before' the Select Com* mittee on the Administration of the Land Law, our readers will see that the final report can hardly fail to be in favour of reform. We cannot say that anything new has been elicited by the committee ; but a number ot previously ascer tained facts have been stated specially for the in formation of the House, and they are of a nature bo important as to justify the Legislative Assem bly in demanding that the introduction of a bill to amend the Land Law of the colony shall not be unnecessarily postponed. To deal with this question boldly, and solely in the interest of the country, would no doubt involve any Ministry in some degree of political peril. But a truly patri otic spirit will not be daunted by any considera tion of this kind. It will not flinch from the per formance of an obvious duty, although it may risk Ministerial ann...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 3 October 1874

i Hrt E©§ t.p retura tlianke to his numerous j'J5.^7^iei)4s.aiid Customers for the liberal. r,^airoa|ig«/iliQy have so kindly bestowed on .liiniifor nearly a space of thirteen years, and would also remind them that he has enlarged - the^Hotetcbiisiderably, and made extensive 'Idflitipnli^ the Stabling. f:i!^;00$M]mGlhIi\ HOTEL, Murrum biirrah1, for accommodation, is not to be . .flprpapsecl in the district. None but the very . ibest brands in WINES and SPIRITS are kept, and are purchased from some of the S'Jj'est 'importing houses in Sydney. ?'?' Private /Suites of Booms for Families, and ; Bq^erio'r'; accommodation for Commercial i^raveUers'.V. ;. - ..; Jlie Stables are under the management of an experienced and steady Groom. BOOKING OFFICE 7^1MW- 'James eobeets's Line of ? &9jal Mail Coaches between Yass ;,;J: . i ; i: '':.?'?? and Young. Also, '^CQBB A ' COVS Royal Mail Booking Office for- Wagga Wagga. WINE & SPIRIT MERCHANTS, ; , '\\ 143, PITT STBEET, [Opposite V...

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WEEKLY CALENDAR New Moon—October 10th—at 9.6 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 3 October 1874

WEEKLY CALENDAR .,' , New Moon-October 10th— at 9-6 p.m. ???I * | ?'% ? ? ' | | ?g 'S Remarkable Events. 'c » _-?& ???? § § ;£_q ? ' ?' '??' : E.ttH.11. ?;??- 4 S' 18th Sunday after Trinity. 5 36 6 2 ?'- 5 M Capt Gdpk landed in N.Z., 17685 .35 6 3 6 Tu Transportation to N. S. Wales 5 33 6 4 7W ceased, 1840 5 31 6 5 ? -«!Tn' i 'I-' '; ???? 5 306 6 : 9F'' gurated, 1852 5 29 6 6 10 JS :i| (11) Sydney University inau- 5 27 6 7

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POST-OFFICE TIME-TABLE. ARRIVAL AND DESPATCH OF MAILS. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 3 October 1874

? . ; f p3T:6FFIOE TIMP-TiJ3tiE. ; '\'[ A^MVAti AND DESPATfca OF MAILS. -i:::_. ':?;?.: r, ? ?'! J AEEtVAIS. ? . ?'. , . ' Trom^'YaSB hnd TangmangBrpb— Oa Tuesday, Wei ''?'?? tiBiaay.'Thunaay, and Sabrday, :at 8*20 p.m. 'Vioia, Young and' Warehgo— Ota Thursday, Friday, ' and Sunday, at 6 p.m. ??''?? . From Dalton and Eye Park — Oo Saturday, at 6 1 '?? ' ^p;in. .???.?:'? ? :: From Reid's Flat, via Phil's Creek and Hovell's Creel -!..-.- — On Meadayt at 5 p.m. ? ?'*-??? ??? ' : ?'?? Depaetuees. For Tbsb snd Tangmangaroo— On Monday, Wed : i ?' iiesday, Friday, -and Saturday, at 610 a.m. . ' - For Eoirng :and MareDeo— On Wednesday, Thursday ? - . and Saturday, at '6.40 p.m. ?.' ? For Bye Tark and Dalton— On Friday, at % a.m. ? For Beid'a Fiat, via, Phil's Greek and Hovell's. Creek . . , —On, Sunday, at 10 a.m. , Money orders isBued daily from 9 a.m. until 4 p.m. ' On Sunday the' office will be open between the hours of 1 p.m. and 2 p.m., for delivery only. '

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 10 October 1874

%\t §uiTofoa |j(cfos Is published at the Office, itarsden 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, 6&. All accounts are rendered quarterly, and prompt settlement is requested. For Advertisements the following are the charges :-^M For the first inch or less of space, 3s. ; for every subse quent inch or less of the same advertisement, Is. Gd. 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. Bueeowa .—Printed and published by OBOBOE Eason, at the News' Office, Martden etreet.

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IRRELIGION EN AMERICA. (To the Editor of the S. M. Herald.) [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 10 October 1874

IRRELTGION IN AMERICA. (To the Editor of the 8. M. Herald.) Sib.— Willingly X ooinply with the' request of the United States Consular Agent, and send you the information which he is anxious to 'transmit to Ms'Go.yeriiment.' J believe that if it were well digested by Christian statesmen, it would tend towards opening the eyes of mankind to the necessity 'of ?.thoroughly leavening instruction with Christian ethics and dogma. Amongst a i)ost or authorities I will pick out: two American ones— one a layman, the other a clergyman— ran American journalist, and an American Bishop — so that anyhow, if there be any 'injustice' in the reflections which are made, Mr. Williams will have to quarrel with his own countrymen and not with me. L In answer to the question, 'What work of Professor Agassiz ' I quoted, I reply by the fol lowing extract from an editorial article of the Boston Daily Herald: — 'Year after year the chief of police publishes his statistics of prosti tution in this city ; but h...

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WEEKLY CALENDAR. Moon's first quarter—October 18—at 11.34 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 10 October 1874

' WEEKLY CALENDAR. ~ v Moon's first quarter— October 18— at 11-34 p.m. I * J I ?g *o Eemaekable Events. e ? e ? & 6' , . & 1 p ft ? H. M. H. M. 11 JS 19th Sunday after Trinity. 5 26 6 8 12 M- Columbus discov. America, 1492 5 25 6 9 13 Tw Biots com. at Ballarat, 1354 5 24 6 ? U W 5 22 6 10 15 Th Castleinaine Railway op., 1862 5 21 C 10 16 F 5 206 11 17 S- ' 5 19 6 12

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 10 October 1874

The Law and its. Administration — A man was brought before the Central Police Bench on Tuesday, to account for his possession of two odd boots, which were suspected to be stolen property. He was remanded until Wednesday, when, an owner being found for the boots, he was charged with having stolen them. In reply to the charge, he said that he received them from his wife, who told him that 6he purchased them on Saturday night of a hawker in Park-street. Tin justices discharged him, and ordered the wire to be prose cuted. She was brought before other two justices to answer for the larceny, when, there being no evidence that the boots were ever in her pos session, she was of necessity discharged. The Deniliquin Chronicle -says : — On Monday and Tuesday last some 21,000 acres were got rid of at upset price ; of these, 16,285 acres were on one run — Coree. The land on this run previously purchased amounts to some thousands of acres. On the same days, 3359 acres were offered at Moama ; 9606...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 10 October 1874

Theee can be no doubt that the present * position of our Land Law requires the im mediate interposition of Parliament. Tlie Begulations under which conditional pur chases are still made, cannot be continued without serious iujury to the selectors, and consequent detriment to the whole colony. The nnxictv of the colonists to acquire possession of freeholds which can be adapted to grazing purposes? has already led them to enter upon engagements which it is extremely improbable that they will be able to complete, and which it is certain caunot be completed without very serious social convulsion. If we estimate the quantity of land already selected, and upon the greater part of which the ? improvements required by the Act are scarcely begun, at 4,000,000 acres, the ques - tion immediately arises, what probability is there that the settlers of this colony will be able to invest the sum required to be ex pended in improvements upon the lands now selected, within the time required by the A...

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