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

A SHBiTED controversy has been proceeding in the Sydney papers respecting the conduct of Sir Hercules Eobinson and our democratic premier, in neglecting to appoint an Adminis trator of the Government, during the absence of the former oh his mission to Fiji. ' No amount of eccentricity in Mr. Parkes should surprise us, but that a. Governor should at tach 60 little importance to his office — should have so little sense of the responsibility re posed in him aB the representative of Eoyalty among us— as thus deliberately to loosen the ties which have hitherto bound this loyal community to Imperial rule, has certainty caused considerable surprise among colonists ?who wish to preserve the present intimate connection between the colony of New South 'Wales and the British Empire. We may safely leave ihj legal aspect of the question with the able writers who have clearly shown that at present many impor tant functions of government are absolutely in abeyance, but we may remind our readers th...

Publication Title: Burrowa News, The
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POST-OFFICE TIME TABLE. ARRIVAL AND DESPATCH OF MAILS, ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 17 October 1874

[?] ?KSKMBi Por FduDg on^ Mai-engo-^OnWedttfsSayiTliUMday For Eje ^atk;and:33iiltoa-^O«isI1ri4i^,*t .73:m^ . On Sunday 1rtiB office will be open between the hours ' of 1 p.mi and 2 p~.m., for delivery LOnljr. ; - .

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 24 October 1874

Wanted, A GENERAL SERVANT. Must be a jCTL Good Cook. Apply to MR. PETT. Burrowa, October 23rd. Wanted, A GOOD GENERAL SERVANT. Wages, 16s. per week. Apply to MRS. POPLIN, Springfield. October 7th, 1874. WANTED, A GOOD STOCKMAN. Apply to J. N. RYAN, Bally-Eyan. October 6th, 1874. BANK OF HEW SOUTH WALES. A BRANCH of this BANK is now Open at COOTAMUNDRY, for the usual transaction of Banking business. HERBERT ELDER, Acting-Manager. Cootamundra, 26th Sept., 1874, :. '? MEDICAL. PAULT3LOCK, PHTSIGIM AM) SURG10N, Member of the Medical SBocvrd . ofJI/[ $.Wcdes, LATE SURGEON TO THE PRUSSIAN FOECES DOBING THE FRANCO-GERMAN WAR, Can be Consulted Daily AT BERNSTON'S AUSTEALIAN HOTEL, ? ?Bxrs.-sxyvTJb-. ? NEW DRAPERY STORE. J. H. CLAMPETT, HAVING PURCHASED MANSON and CO.'S Stock-in-Trade in Burrowa, respectfully announces to the inhabitants of Burrowa and neighbourhood' that his New. Drapery Establishment WILL BE OPENED IN A FEW DAYS, and trusts, by Selling at Moderate Rates, and paying strict ...

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LONDON WOOL REPORTS. W. Mort & Co's Wool Report. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 24 October 1874

LONDON WOOL BEPORTS. W. Mort & Go's Wool Report. The third series of Wool Sales of the present year opened on 18th inst., the New Sale Rooms in Coleman Street, being used for the first time, with the exception of an experimental Sale in July.- ?.-. The attendance of buyers was probably the largest ever witnessed, and the biddings opened with much animation. Fleece wool which, as we stated, on 29th June, were at that time relatively the cheapest descriptions offering, shewed most improvement on the rates of last series, Sydney Greasy parcels being little if at all dearer. This move brings the two sorts rather more on a par, though we think greaBy wools are still bringing better value. The extent of the rise in Sydney Fleeces, though generally manifest to a'-greater or less extent, is difficult to fix exactly, but may be estimated at from Jd. to Id. per lb., Clothing Wools benefiting most For the first two or three nights the competition lay principally among Home buyers, the ...

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IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 24 October 1874

: IMPOUNDINGS. Cowea.— Impounded at Cowra, on October 13th, from Cudgelo Paddock, by A. R. West, Esq. : Bay mare, like indistinct N over WK near shoulder, hobble-strap and chain on off fore leg, broken-in, 5 years, 14 J hands. Bay entire horse, star in forehead, O over B near shoplder, 2 years. 14$ hands. Bay, entire horse, S2 off shoulder, star and enip, 2 years, 14} hands. ? To be sold on November 5th. GuhniN!}. — Impounded at Gunning, on October 17th, from Bald Hill, by order of R. H. Kennedy, Esq. : -. Brown or black mare, star and snip, near fore and off 'hind feet white, P (reversed) over M near shoulder, 4 years, 15 hands. Bay colt, star, near fore and hind feet white, no brand visible, 2 years Bay or 'brown mare, G or C near shoulder, like J B thigh near side, like q over tr1 off shoulder, 7 years, 14$ hands. , Brown mare, star, collar-marked, I A C or G off shoulder, 9 years, 14$ hands. Bay horse, star, lame near fore foot, G E over AW over J F near shoulder, 8 years, 16 ha...

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Original Correspondence. OUR ROADS. (To The Editor Of The Burrowa News.) [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 24 October 1874

[?] [?] SiB,-^P»*tfteofftheroadsleading to this town bafttetai ainuitful eonrce of complaint duringthe juMPIp^ry, nioreespecially the road between — ^SH^yft iuia Young,; wWch recently lias been rendereclalnipstinipasBable. Traffic is impeded ; the business of, the town is being injuriously effectecl ; 'apd yei no effort has been made by the inhabitflnteto effect the improvement they deem so essential to Drotect and Dromote the business interests of the town. Our jcommunity is noted for its apathy and in difference, iin -connection with matters affecting the welfare and advancement of the district ; but there 'isiurelyBoine one of influence amongst us willing^o initiate an agitation that may procure a satisfactory adjustment of a grievance that has bo frequently evoked- severe animadversions upon the administrative incapacity of the Road Depart ment. , A public meeting should be convened immediately,, in order to enter a vigorous protest against tlie perpetuation of the injustice to ...

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STOCK AND STATION REPORTS. [BROCK & BROUGHTON'S REPORT.] [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 24 October 1874

.. STOCK AND STATION REPORTS. : [Bkook & Bboughton's Report.] Fat Cattle : The local market at present sup plied ; but we have buyers within easy distance, ane have sold a small draft of prime bullocks on account of Messrs Mackenzie Bros., to Mr. John Preston, at £8 15s. Store Cattle : All classes are saleable at fair rates. We will offer by auction to-morrow, at the sale yards, about 100 head mixed sexes. We quote : Bullocks, £4 5s. to £5 5s. ; cows, £3 10s. to £4 15s. ^kt Sheep : We have some very prime lots for sale shorn, for which buyers are now treating. We quote : wethers, 8s. 6d. to 9s. 6d. ewes 7s. 6d. to 8s. 6d. Store Sheep : ButineBB in this class of stock almost at a standstill, until the completion of shearing. We have several large transactions pending, which v* expect to close, as soon as the fleece is off. We quote : wethers, 7s. to 8s. ; ewes, 8s. to 11s. ; hoggets 7s. to 8s. 6d. Stations : We have some magnificent blocks in the N°rth Lachlan country, two of...

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COMMERCIAL. BURROWA PRICES CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 24 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 ton. Wheat, 3s. 9d. to 4s. per bushel. Maize, 3s. 9-L to 4s. per bushel. Oats, 3s. per bushel. Barley, 3s. per bushel. Hay, £3 10s. to £4 per ton Cheese, 6d. per lb. Butter, Is. per lb. Bacon, Cd. per lb. Potatoes, 5s. per cwt. Sheepskins, 4d. to 6d. per lb. Hides, '3d. per lb. Sawn Timber (delivered), 15s. per 100 feet. Wattle bark, £3 10s. per ton.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 24 October 1874

©|e §uvwfoa Uta Is published at the Office, 3farsden-ttreety Surrowa, every Saturday morning, in time for circulation by the early Mails all over tlie Colony. Terms of Subscription : — WJienpaid in advance for 3 months, 6s. ; if booked, 6s. Single copies, 6d. All - accounts are rendered quarterly, and prompt settlement ..-* is reqttested. For Advertisements the following are the charges i— For the first inch or Uss of space, 3c. ; for every subic^0j^ quent inch or less of the same advertisement, 1m. 6d. A reduction of twenty five per cent, will le made on all advertisements inserted for three months ; and of 10 per cent, if inserted for one month, Bubbowa .—Printed and published by GlOBGI Eason, at the News' Office, Manden-street.

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WEEKLY CALENDAR Full Moon—October 25th—at 5.26 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 24 October 1874

WEEKLY CALENDAR. Full Moon— October 26th— at 5-26 p.m. *g *S Remarkable Events. 'c ™ ll______LL H. M. H. M. 25 8 2Ut Sunday after Trinity. 5 9 6 19 26 M 5 86 20 27 Tu Captain Cook born, 1723 5 7 6 21 28 W (27) Surrender of Mete. 1870 5 6 6 22 29 Th 5 5 6 23 30 F Torres Straits discovered, 1606 5 4 6 24 31 S 5 3 6 25

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UNCLAIMED LETTERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 24 October 1874

UNCLAIMED LETTERS. The following is a list (No. 18) of nnclaimed letters now lying at the General Post Office, Sydney : — Ship Letters. 8 Jno. Kennedy, Jereelderie. 62 Miss M. A. Mullany, Cowra. (2) Inland., Letters. 17 Wm. Abern, Cowra. 70 F. Becke Cowra. 89 Mr. Bentley, Cootamundra. 96 Thos. Best, (deceased), Tangmangaroo. 123 M. Blake, Burrowa. 125. Mr, Blakeney, Cootamundra. 219 John Brown, Murrumburrah. 249 John Bumock, Marengo, 266 Mrs. M. Bums, Cowra. 192 T. Cooptr, Murrumburrah. 32 Geo. Davis, Cootamundra. 62 Thos. Delohey, Murrumburrah. 141 Jas. Dunsmore, Murruinburrah. 4 Mr. Fankland, Burrowa. 37 Jas. Flanagan, Murrumburrah. 40 Danl. Flanagan, Yass. 47 Chas. Fletcher, Coramundra. 53 John Flinn, Murrumburrah. 55 Mrs. Maria Flood, Burrowa. 21 Geo. Gentle, Marengo. 53 Hugh Gorman, Burrowa. 5 W. Hagan, Murrumburrah. 29 Geo. Handley, Coramundra. 113 Mr. Hennessey, Fish River. 151 P. Hoare, Cootamundra. 157 Mrs. F. G. Hodgson, Murrumburrah. 159 James Hogan, Murrumburrab. 35 Mr. ...

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THE GOODWOOD MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 24 October 1874

, THE GOODWOOD MEETING. To secure a good position at Goodwood it is neceBsary to arrive early, for then you' can make sure of seats on the top of the bank under the ?beechyarees, or chairs on th& lower .elevation of the lawn; you escape the ' inconvenience of. being .involved in the crowd- that later is always gathered, in the somewhat .confined Vicinity of le entrances : you have time erradullv to realise. and, if one may 'use 'the expression,' leisurely to absorb the varied, feature's of the scene; and finally you may watch the arrivals. It is be wildering and' unsatisfactory to reach the lawn When it is at its fullest ; you feel stupefied and lost in a chaos of colour, ever moving, ever blending, ever changing, beautiful indeed en masse, — to evolve order is impossible. But if you watch the picture gradually grow, you never feel that its brilliancy merges into chaos ; you have followed the creation and the posing of the figures until you rise with itself into the full mas...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 24 October 1874

AGENTS. fllHE following gentlemen have consented X to act as Agents for the ' BUEEOWA NEWS,' and -will receive all Moneys due to the Proprietor, Subscribers' Names, and Orders for Advertisements : — Cootamundra — Mr. Michael Mullaly. Murrnmburrah — Mr. Chables J. Dillon. Graham — Mr; Edwahd Kebk. Beid's Flat — Mr. Cheibtopher O'Leaby. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 24th, 1874.

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DEFINED PRE-EMPTIVE LEASES. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 24 October 1874

DEFINED PRE-EMPTIVE LEASES. The claims of the undermentioned persons for. pre-emptive leases have been approved, subject to the conditions set forth in the Regulations of list November, 3.861. Applicants are reminded, that unless the rente of the lands in question, for the year commencing on the 1st of January, 1875, be paid to the Agent for the Sale of Crown Lands of the district in which they are situated, or to the Treasurer in Sydney, within two months from this date, it will be imperative, under the 12th clause of the Act and the 7th of the Regulations, to submit for sale by auctionjtlie leases of such of these lands as rj^pteiferitoi these leases in Virtue of the under- ? mentioned freeholds is at the rate of £2 per section jier annum. The sums hereunder shown areth'ose winch' must 'flierefore bePpaid' f or the lots.' ! - ' ? ' ; - ' The renewal of rent for 1876 of any of these leases must be paid hi the month of September next. ? Tracings may be seen at the different local La...

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EUROPEAN MAIL NEWS. SUICIDE OF GORDON-GORDON. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 24 October 1874

EUROPEAN' MA.IL NEWS. : SUICIDE OF GORDON-GORDON. The notorious '.Lord ' tlo'rclp'n-Gordo'n Jias.cpnje. to a tragic, end. It appears that one Monroe, a detective from Toronto, arrived At Fort Garry on the steamer International with .two ?warrants, issued, by P.olice .Magistrate ' M'Nab, of . Toronto, One waaion. the information bf Marshall and some; iewelleiwof Edin1jurgli:ScotlandVcharging Gordon ' with obtaining goods; under false pretences ; the Becpnd warrant charging him witltiringing stolen goods 'intxrCanada. Monroe had the warrants en dorsed by the local stipendiary magistrate, and accompanied by two of the local police and Mr. Bam, a lawyer acting for Marshall & Son, started, for Headiiigly. 'When they arrived there they proceeded to Mrs. Corbet's, where Gordon boarded, and Monroe made the arrest in the presence of the others. Gordon seemed calm and selfpos sessed, but asked if it was another kidnapping: affair. ' On being assured that it was hot, and lefli-ina' the...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 24 October 1874

The collapse of Municipal Institutions in the colony is universal. Turn where we will the history of our Municipalities presents no re deeming features, and those which at present exist show evident symptoms of decrepitude. They are either litigious, bankrupt, or effete. Among the inhabitants of our towns the dis tinctive features of the Anglo-Saxon race are wanting.; The love of local government, the desire of rapid local improvement, or the fondness of displaying administrative talent among our intimate friends and neighbours,' have hitherto proved insufficient inducements to guide them on a career which might prove beneficial to the towns that have given them birth, or advantageous to the colony in which they exist. . When we reflect upon the past history of Municipalities in Europe — upon the very important part which they played in subduing feudalism and repressing predial slavery — and, at a later period, upon the effectual stand which they made in Great Britain against the de...

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LATEST INTELLIGENCE. TO AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATED PRESS. LONDON—OCTOBER 13 [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 24 October 1874

LATEST INTELLIGENCE. eeuter's telegrams TO AU8TBALIAN ASSOCIATED PRESS. .' ;- -LONDON— OCTOBEE 13 The Victorian Loan has been only partially successful. There .were 101 tenders, and the total amounffipplied f or was Blightly under a mil|^^ sterling.' Debentures to the amount of £34^^V^ have been taken up at, and above, the staxef^^' minimum of 91*. The balance will be offered next Friday, at the minimum. At the Newmarket Autumn meeting twenty five horses ran in the great race for the Cezare witeh Stakes, which resulted as follows : — Adven- ture,' lJiTTjrufh, 2 : Gamecock, 3. It is announced that General Grant will not seek re-election to the office of President of the United-fitates-of-Americft - -*-?».-?*.?.-»«...... It is rumoured that war has broken out between. China and Japan.. /. v ..-.?'. - ' - - ;? f The Spamsh Ambassador to Parisjialpreseritga_ to the French Minister for Foreign Affairs 7Duc Decazes) a strong protestagainst the aid Which is being afforded to the Carlists b...

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UNCONDITIONAL CESSION OF FIJI TO THE BRITISH CROWN. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 24 October 1874

UNCONDITIONAL CESSION OF FIJI TO THE BRITISH CROWN. (From the Heralds Special Reporter.) It seems to be now quite certain, that the uncon ditional cession of Fiji to the British Crown is, for weal or woe, to be viewed as unfait accompli ; one to which the finishing stroke is, I understand, to be given this day, 29th September, on board Her Majesty's ship Pearl. The act of cession it self, drawn up, it is said, by the Attorney-General of New South Wales, the Hon. J. G. L. Innes, is extremely brief and explicit, ' a document of only two or three lines in length,' «iys my informant, giving up everything unreservedly to the British Crown. I fully believe, from all I have heard, that this cession is purely a voluntary one on the part of the old King ; and further, that it is made with the personal concurrence of all the principal chiefs, with the exception perhaps of Maafu, the ci-devant King of Lau, who seems to have lost his position altogether, both with the whites and with- the Fijia...

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Latest Intelligence. SYDNEY—OCTOBER 23, 6.15 P.M. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 24 October 1874

- r^kd ^ixidlxpmt ' (Fbom Mebbeb. Goedon and Gotoh.) (BY ELEpTRJjp TELEGRAPH.], .. SYDNEY -October 28, 6 15 p.m! * The barque JesBie Kelly,, from JToumea, brings intelligence of the massacre of the Captain and crew of the -schooner Lapwing, vnd the destruction of the vessel, by Santa Cruse natives. This occurred near the scene of the murder of Bishop Pattison. : The Imperial ship Sandfly narrowly escaped seizure by the same natives. The Colonial Secretary (Mr. Parkes) has received a telegram from England, stating that the Agent-General for the Colony (Sir Charles Cowper) is seriously ill. The Torres Straits Mail-steamer Legislator left Singapore on Tuesday last. Two men, charged with passing spurious gold, were committed for trial yesterday. The Adelaide Legislative Assembly has negatived a motion in favour of payment of members. The wool sales have been active, and prices maintained ? The breadstuffs market has also shown considerable animation. Stocks are small. Wheat realised 5s....

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 24 October 1874

Stab Company. — Much disappointment was expressed in town at the non-appearance of the Star Company on Monday in fulfilment of the promise contained in their advertisement ; we learn that their great and unexpected success in Ya.6s compelled them to give an additional enter tainment there on Monday evening. It i6 reported that the company started for Burrowa on Tuesday intending to return to play at Bowning on Wed nesday, but their vehicle broke down and they were compelled to return to Yass, where they ar ranged to_ play for the rest of the week. They propose without fail giving their entertainment at Bernston's Australian Hotel on Monday evening next. Shearing. — The shearing is now universally engaging the attention of the sheep owners in this neighbourhood. From all quarters we hear the most flattering accounts of the condition of the clip, and the superior quality and weight of the fleece. . The Mutual Provident Society. ? ' Aegles' of the Australasian writes : — ' Some people ...

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