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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 10 October 1874

BIRTH. On October 7th, at Burrowa, MRS. P. H. SCOTT, of a DAUGHTER. MARRIED.   On the 8th inst., by special license, at St. John's Church, Young, by the Rev. F. R. Seaborn, JOHN RICHARD, second son of THOMAS COLLS, Esq., of Yass, to MARY ANN, only daughter of the late JAMES TOUT, Esq., and step-daughter of CARLO MARINA, Esq.,   Moppity, Young. The Burrowa News SATURDAY, OCTOBER 10TH, 1874.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 17 October 1874

Wanted, A GOOD GENERAL SERVANT. Wages, 15b. per week. Apply to MRS. POPLIN, Springfield. October 7th, 1874. WANTED, A GOOD STOCKMAN. Apply to J. N. RYAN, Bally-Byan. October 6th, 1874. BAYLY RAMS. THE Undersigned has for SALE SEVEN HUNDRED RAMS, equal to any in the Mudgee district. Can be inspected within four miles of Burrowa. Purchasers would do well to inspect before shearing. A. E. MIDDLETON. September 28rd, i874» MERINO RAMS, For Sale, A 1 CASTLESTEAD, about 850 RAMS, XJL One aud Two Years Old, aud in good condition. These Rams are by ' BAYLY' Rams, out of picked Ewes, and will be kept in the wool until the 1st November. Apply to F. R. HUME. CastleBtead, 22nd Sept., 1874. Mr. leary fi. BoaoTaa, MA., SOLICITOR, Attends at Morrumburrah every Court day ; „ Binalbng, Young,' and Oowra, on retainer, Office :— Bbiatj-Stbbet, Bdbbowa. BANK OF HEW SOUTH WALES. A BRANCH of this BANE is now Open J\. at COOTAMUNDRY, for the usual tiansactiou'of Banking business. HERBERT ELDER, Acting-Mana...

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IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 17 October 1874

iMPOtnroiNGS. CqwbA.— Impounded 'at Cowra, on October 5th, from Spring Creek, by order of A. B. West, Esq., J.P. :— Bay horse, white face, near fore and near hind Eeet white, dock tail, J near shoulder, E over W 3& shoulder, broken-in, aged, IS hands. 'White mare, like WB near shoulder, aged, 14$ bands. Iron-grey -colt, star, like S over oo near shoul der, 2 years, 14} hands. Bay mare, like WC over C near shoulder, aged, 14* hands. Bay filly foal, unbranded. To be sold on October 29th. ? Cootamuwdby.— Impounded at Cootamundry, on October 2nd, by Mr. J. Wilson:— Bay horse, O over jh near shoulder, I near cheek, long star, hind heels white, broken. Brown horse, W over faint brand like w near shoulder, W Q C off shoulder, blaze, broken. Black horse, TB near shoulder, B£ off shoulder, hind fetlocks white, blaze, broken.. To be sold on October 29th. Nokth Y46S.— Impounded at North Yass, on )ctober lBt, from Spring Flat, Murrumbidgee River, by order of Mr. Thomas Johnson : — Chesm...

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DEATH OF MR. JOSEPH SALAME. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 17 October 1874

. DEATH OF MR. JOSEPH SALAME. With feelings of much regret; we bave to announce the death of Mr. Joseph Salami, who a few montbs ago succeeded Mr. T. H. Corcoran in the charge of the Catholic School At Burrowa. Although so short a time resi dent amongst us, his persevering application to his duties as a teacher, and his quiet, unobtrusive, gentlemanly demeanour, had secured him the respect of the community at large. The deceased was a native of Lon don, where his -father, the late Abraham Salame of Alessandria, Egypt, held the posi tion of Oriental Interpreter at the ? Royal Court. Mr. Salame for some time conducted the Catholic School at Appin, and spent many years in charge of that at Taralga. On Friday, the 9th instant, he was unable to, attend the school and, as he got alarmingly worse, Dr. Perry, of Yass, was telegraphed for, but his efforts to allay the disease, (in flammation of the lungs), were unavailing, and he died on the 13th instant. It is a comfort to his friends that ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 17 October 1874

AGENTS. fTlHE following gentlemen bave consented A to act as Agents for the ' BUEROWA NEWS,' and will receive all Moneys due to the Proprietor, Subscribers' Names, and Orders for Advertisements : — Cootamundra — Mr. Michael Mullaxy. Murrumburrah — Mr. Charles «T. Dillon. Graham — Mr. Edwabd Kerb. Eeid's Flat — Mr. Christopher O'Leaey. ®|e §ttvrofo;i Ijfrfos SATUBDAY, OCTOBER 17th, 1874.

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STOCK AND STATION REPORTS. [BROCK & FOSBERY'S REPORT.] [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 17 October 1874

STOCK AND STATION REPORTS. TBeock & Fosbery's Repoet.1 Fat Cattle. — We have several enquiries from graziers for small drafts, and would have no diffi culty in securing good figures. We 6old a email lot of cow6 ot£5 5s. Quotations— Bullocks £6 10s. to £8 10s ; cows £5 5s. to £6 10s. Store Cattle. — There is no scarcity of buyers for well bredquiet cattle. in good condition. We sold by auction on Saturday last, 225 head of mixed cattle, on account of Mrs. Thos. Burrett, at the following averages : — Cows £3 15s. to £4 11s; heifers'£2 6s. to £3 5s. 6d ; fat cows £5 5s ; bullocks £4 2s. 6d. to £4 17s. 6d ; steers £2 9s. td £3 18s. We will offer about 100 head of mixed sexes on Saturday the 24th inst. ? Fat Sheep. — For local consumption the demand is limited, but we have buyers for large drafts for Sydney or Melbourne. Store Sheep. — Several transactions pending, hut no sales to report, and until shearing is completed we do not expect much business to be done. We have a very su...

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COMMERCIAL. BURROWA PRICES CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 17 October 1874

COMMERCIAL. BURROWA PRICES CURRENT. Flour, fine, £12 per ton, or £1 6s. per bag. Ditto, seconds, £11 per ton. Bran, £2 10s. per toil. Wheat, 3s. 9d. to 4s. per bnshe). : Maize, 3s. 9d. to 4s. per* bushel. Oats, 3s. per bushel. Barley, 3s. per bushel, flay, ^£3.103. to £4 per ton Cheese;*^, per 1U Butter, .1^, per lb. Bacon, Gdi per 1b. Potatoes, , '5b. per cwt, Sheeps-kius, 4i]. to 6d. per lb. Hides, 3d. per lb. Sawn Timber (delivered), 15s. per 100 feet. Wattle bark,- £3 10a. per ton.

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Latest Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 17 October 1874

°§ikd Intelligence. (From Messes, Gordon and Gotch.) [bv electric telegraph.] SYDNEY -October 13, 1080 p.m. The Suez Mail-steamer Pera was signalled at Adelaide at 1 o'clock this morning. October 15, 5-11 p.m. The Califorman Mail-steamer Mikado arrived at 10-30 this morning, and brings new6 of 'the annexation of Fiji to England having been effected by his Excellency Sir Hercules Eobinson. Ootober-16th, 5*15 p.m. The general annexation of Fiji to Great Britain took place at Levufca on October 2nd. On the same day the British Flag was hoisted, and a proclamation issued announ cing- the annexation. Consul Layard will probably be appointed Acting-Governor. The proceedings were orderly. The A.-B. N. Gompany have entered into a contract for the performance of the Gali fornian Mail service until the end of the present year. Madame States (the vocalist) died at New York. The members of the Police Force intend to erect a monument in memory of 'Captain McLerie (the late Inspector-General). Th...

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ENGLISH MAIL NEWS, VIA SOEZ. LONDON, SEPTEMBER 4. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 17 October 1874

''ENGLISH ^ilL#i^|yiA|SimZ.--.*i (JPrm ^&Mffi*&^ramJ'i :-% ^ij&JI-^SEPTEMBEKte The mismjtBiagemetJt ^f*bje;Pacific#nau seiyjgB| excites 8erio^,taie^yJngB^ere.;;i^e;.iljbnfliffi^; kgentsAbavfi-|tor;jiafw^ pasBeneers tlitouiai 3i1lAiiisfeili&.* : jiSwofainfi; 4bj letters of complaint in the 2Ym«s the San Fran.-j^^ cisco agents refused 'iV.?eadorse the railwaji^^ tickets of pajSengeys irow-i&uitralia per Tartwgp ? -although they.liadiprepaid' their fares to Live^fi; pooL This involves great hardships, and B-«iift^*& w£re compelled to pawn watches and other vjbu^vv.j;--1 ables to get on, and others are still detained 'in:^-: . America. -From explanations it appears Londpn j and American agents liad warned the company's rf representatives in Australia that, unless tliefundB«. to pay the stranBit across the -States anddli^' ';' Atlantic passages -were remitted, ithey. ^ouldfjaot'- . guarantee passengers going forward. The agents'- ' letter w...

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BURROWA COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 14. (Before W. D. Campbell, P. H. Scott, and W. J. E. Wotton, Esquites.) Drunk and Disorder[?] [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 17 October 1874

^j|^^^Bp^^|^EBSK)NS.f ^ejfc^WjtttiS IJampteU^iE/^/^cot^; Mid . 66o^e^v|[^o^|i^^^b^rt, SmitL, jpleacled ? heirig ^iiricink tMttfli.'^Bpnie'flyJSS ? Mafsden-slreet, .V .{3dhs^ble*-*ivnn /stated vthe^circumBtances or ihe xttiirg^ 'brought :by faim against tbe -defen-* dants; 'he feundlthom' stripped,. fighting and making a great incise in the street, but when he told them $p,go. home jljey,.did.i so ; ^ they' are JgfeneraJIySqinet, i . . % JiV *& i 5 -i '..-'L * The ;Sench fined each 6$ the detendants '£1 ? and costs. V ? . '' . '. \ £ l$}y jSfog-selUng. . / ; , James JHudsqiCv, John &ilph.s j. /_x } ; \Mr,.I!rjeeBttme for the proBeoution. Mr«i.*Dono vanfoftheilefence. .«?????* ?---?? *«.-- - The infonnatloif charged the defendant with having on AugiiBt'27tb;i874, sold to one Henry Ford certain liquor, he not being a -duly licensed publican, nor included in any of the exceptions mentioned in Ihe Act ;a: previous conviction was also charged against defendant. , James Hud...

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LATEST INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 17 October 1874

LATEST INTELLIGENCE. P.EUTEH'S TELEGRAMS TO AUSTBALIAN ASSOCIATED PREPS. LONDON— Octobeb 6. A new Victorian 4 per cent, loan of a million and a half is announced. Spain.t— It is reported that there exists con siderable insubordination among: the Carlist troops, and that while suppressing a mutiny, Don Carlos was wounded. Count Arnira, who Rome months ago freely criticised the ecclesiastical policy of Germany, has been arrested. Several papers were seized at the time he was made a prisoner. An investigation is taking place, and pending the result of the inquiry the captured documents we detained by order of Prince Bismark.V . ', ''?'-.' October 7. Mr. Merewether, a Conservative, has been re turned as one of the members for Northampton. In the course of the electioneering contest there were serious riots by the supporters of Bradlaugh, the opposing candidate. Prince Bismarck has submitted to the Bundes rath, or Federal Council, a bill placing the Land 6turm more fully at the disposal ...

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SMALL DEBTS COURT. "Wednesday, October 14. (Before W. D. Campbell, P. H. Scott, and W. J. E. Wotton, Esquires.) [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 17 October 1874

SMALL DEBTS COURT. Wednesday, Octobeb 14. (Before 'fa. D. Campbell, P. H. Scott, and W. J. E. Wotton, Esquires.) Joseph Marlin, jun. v. James Murray. Settled out of Court. John Howarth v. Thomas Reid. The plaintiff sued for £10 for work and labour supplied to the defendant, viz., ploughing 10 acres of wheat, at 14s. per acre,and for the price of 12 bushels of wheat. Defendant pleaded not indebted. The Court held that as plaintiff had sued the same defendant, at the last sittings of the Court for £2 12s. that amount must be added to the Bum now sued for, which would place the matter at once beyond their jurisdiction. There has been a splitting of the cause of action which is expressly contrary to the provisions of the Small Debts Act. The Supreme Court had decided in ex parte Anderson that the plaintiff's cause of action must include the whole amount due by the defendant.

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WEEKLY CALENDAR. Moon's first quarter—October 18—at 11.34 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 17 October 1874

/?WEEKLY CALENDAR. -.- Motor's first . quarter— ^October 18— at.11'34 p.m. ? 11 ? ? ?' ?- ? ' . ' i: !-; % *S Bemar'kabLe Events. -c ?= '& & - .??:??. § §' 18 S 2to Sunday after Trinity. 5 IS 6 13 19 M Dean Swift died, 1745 5 1G 6 14 20'Tu 5 15 6 15 21 W Sir Walter Scott died, 1832 5 14 6 16 22 Th 5 136 17 23 F 5 12 6 17 24 S ' Royal Charter ' wrecked, 1859 5. 10 6 18

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 17 October 1874

i% §uiTofo;i |jto is published at the Office, Manden-streety Burrowa, every Saturday morning, in time for circulation by the early Mails all over tlte Colony. Terms of Subscription : — When paid in advance for 3 months, 5s. ; if booked, Gs. Single copies, 6d. All accounts are rendered quarterly, and prompt settlement is requested. te— For Advertisements the following are the charges :— -^pf'*~- For the first inch or less of space, 3s. ; for every subse quent inch or less of the same advertisement, 1*. 6-J. A reduction of twenty fire per cent will he made on all advertisements inserted fur three montlts ; and of 10 per cent if inserted for one month. Bubbowa ; — Printed and published by OBOB0H Eabon, at the Uewu' Office, Mareden etrert.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 17 October 1874

Conditional Purchases, Burhowa District. — At the local Land Office, on Thursday last, the following conditional purchases were made : — Parish of Bobbara — James Kennedy, junr., 50 acres. Parish of Wyangla— tteorge Newham, 40 acres. Parish of Douglas — John Cass, 50 acres. Parish ofNurung — Michael Gooley, 40 acres; David O'Neill, 40 acres (mineral selection). Parish of Bala— Thomas Smith, 40 acres. The Star Company.— By an advertisement in our columns our readers will observe that this attractive company purpose giving one of their evening's entertainments at the Australian Hotel on Monday next. The. very pleasing notices of their performance which appear in the local news papers of the towns in which they have already performed, entitle them to expect from the inhabi ? tante of Burrowa and its neighbourhood liberaj patronage. A Fine Estate.— We find the following in the Otago Daily Times of- September 30 :— ' We are informed by Messrs. Driver, Stewart, and Co., the magnificent es...

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ENGLISH MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 17 October 1874

'?'. '*?'?; .^ENGLISH MAIL/: ' IiETtSes ipr the next English Mail-steamer, via San Francisco, iQuet be posted in Burrowa not Ikterthah Thursday evening, -)ctober 22pd. - ?

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DUST; OR UGLINESS REDEEMED. (Concluded.) [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 17 October 1874

DUST; OB UGLINESS REDEEMED. , j;.;j fOpnclUdwL) - -.-,''? THESE Dust-heaps are a wonderful compound of things. A banker's .cheque for a considerable emu -was found in one of them. It was,0n Herries and Forquhar, in 1847. But banker's cheques, or gold and silver article8,!*re ithe least valuable of, . their ingredients. Among other ihings/a;varifcty* of useful chemicals are extracted. Their chief value, however, is for the mkjng^ofTfficks. Tie fine cinder-dust- and ashes are used in the -play of the b|ick)i, bsftih for the red -and grey stacks. AeheB^are also used as fuel between' the layers of Ihe clnmn of brinks, which could not be burned in that position without them. The ashes burn away, and keep the bricks open. Enormous quantities are used. In the brickfields at TJx bridge, near the Drayton Station, one of thebrick makers alone will frequently contract for fifteen or sixteen thousand chaldrons of this cinder-dust, in one order. Fine coke or coke-dust, affects the market at time...

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CATHOLIC SCHOOL, MURRUMBURRAH. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 17 October 1874

CATHpLlO ^G&GOL; MimBDMpUEEAH. 5te^dwmierlexaminiftioh*f^tbe abov^; school which was postponed on acaount ''-of w;et weather,' wJi^iela^n^maiyMie 9th tost. ?Thewischbpl toSSS JieBCDBnea^iflifevergreens and. thronged with visitors.and pupils presented a pleasing and ii#ly ^app^JatiOfJ vf Besides the priesteVif the disj^ct^tiieSevrJ'atiiers Dunne arid McGrath — -Father r.0'D^yerf of 3f oung was aleo presents Ambngsj .: ttie other visitors we noticed Mrs. Murphy, viMisB ^-Ward, Miss Dillon, the MisBeB EnglishVlhe Misses Lee, Mrs. Murray, Mrs, Martin, Mrs. Stewart, Mrs. Colgan, and Messrs. English, Colgan,P,arker, &c. „. -?- ... . Atwell , selected programme was cqtoniefited by ihe ^children Tnarchihg to their1 places singing 'Try, try. again.' 'The other songs and glees interspersed between the exercises were pleasingly rendered;, by the children. The recitations took jthe visitors rather by surprise, as they could not have expected Buch excellence except in a first cla...

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QUALITIES MOST ESTIMABLE IN THE HOSE. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 17 October 1874

QUALITIES MOST ESTIMABLE IN THE KOSE. A rose, taking all things into consideration, is perhaps, the most splendid of flowers. Throwing aside the national affection for our emblem, the rose JB appreciated for itself. It has qualities neculiar to itself. It is beautiful, from the moment when the colour peeps from its green covering until its flowers are complete — handsome in all its stages. Its perfume is unequalled, and whether it be a single bud or bloom in the band, a bush in the border, a tree on the lawn or climb ing the pillar, winding round the archway, or covering the front of a house, it is equally ad mired. We may have a hundred families of flowers that we can do without, but we must have the rose. Time was when we only talked of and looked for ' the rose in June.' In fact, we only knew of summer roses. China roses were novelties, and appreciated for their continuous blooming habits, although they were minus the highly esteemed quality of perfume. In estimating the various ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 17 October 1874

^COMMERCIAL HOTEL, ~ MURRUMBURRAH. JOHKTIHLLOIS TDEGB to return thanks to his numerous j3 Friends and Customers for the liberal patronage theyliave so kindly bestowed on him. for nearly a space of thirteen years, and would bIbo remind them that he has enlarged the Hotel considerably, and made extensive additions to the Stabling. The COMMERCIAL HOTEL, Mnrrnm bnrrah, for accommodation, is not to be surpassed in the district. None but the very best brands in WINES and SPIRITS are kept, and are purchased from some of the best importing houses in Sydney. Private Suites of Rooms for Families, and superior accommodation for Commercial Travellers. The Stables are under the management of an experienced and steady Groom. BOOKING OFFICE For Mr. JAMES ROBERTS'S Line of Royal Mail Coaches between YasB and Young. Also, OOBB & CO.'S Royal Mail Booking Office for Wagga Wagga. Jllt $ co.9 'WINE & SPIIUT MERCHANTS, MM Seaee&S Importers, 143, PITT STREET, [Opposite Vickery's Bu...

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