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THE DANCING GIRL OF INDIA [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 7 November 1874

~-Tmi$qm)$2^m7Ws&:: '?'' (Snefe&fljl^ lnjteiif ^tetysy .'pplohgl 'y&TTTTt J^th; the- troops .; xmder.h^icominflnp, had passed the T^iTai, or belt of fprepfc-land and niarBh, Rioted for ite deadly climate, which separates the plain of Hinidoostau' from:tl»i'tillseainntiy at/tBe ' JiajSfe #i'4h6sflima^ layaa. Tha province of Keraapon is composed' entirely of rocky mountain ridges, intersected: % nanr^ ^valleys;. or. gleiis^ like the;, most rugged districts in the Scottish Highlands. Though i nearly ; under the tropic, the vegetation .bears the character proper to the nortbern limit c'f. the tern- \- perate zone. Oa^pinekbr, 'the pear, the rasp berry, the blackberry, and other tre'es and fruite to which they had long 'been unaccustomed, re minded the ?British invaders of .their native land. The original inhabitants and proper, owners of the country were the Vaisyas, a fine race of moun taineers, who, in their manner of life, and their simple, honest, industrious...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 7 November 1874

WANTED, A RESPECTABLE GIRL, as COOK, ana JLJL to assist with washing. Good Wages. Apply to MRS. P. H. SCOTT. Burrows, November 5th. Wanted, AT KILDARY, Merool Creek, a Couple of MEN who understand the Con struction of EABTH-WORE, or PISE, BUILDINGS. JOHN W. EDMONDS, Saperiuteudent. Wanted, A RESPECTABLE GIRL, as Cook and Laundress. Also, a SMART LAD, to make himself useful for a couple of hours a day. Apply at the Bank of New South Wales, Burrowa. NOTICE. pi BEEN HIDES and SHEEPSKINS \J Purchased, for CASH, by the under signed. A. HANCOCK. Burrowa, 19th June, 1874. BROCK & BJ10UGHT0N, Stock fy Station Agents, AND AUCTIONERS, ?S-OTT35TC3- Notice. TTNLESS A. LARTER sends at once for U the BAY HORSE, hind feet white, branded qq or qq on off shoulder, which he left on agistment, in my charge, on the 16th of December last, and pays the amount now due— viz., £3 16s.— I shall Sell the Horse by Auction, to repay myself for the expenses incurred. ? HENRY DWYEB, Mountain View, Pudnian...

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COMMERCIAL. BURROWA PRICES CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 7 November 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, 4s. to 4s. 3d. per bushel. Maize, 3s. 9d. 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 3b. Bacon, 6d. per lb. Eggs, 6d. per dozen. Potatoes, 8s. per bag. 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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LATEST INTELLIGENCE. LONDON—OCTOBER 26. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 7 November 1874

LATEST INTELLIGENCE. £ .I? LBBDTEB'flTEI.EQBAMS 1 TO ATI6TEALIAN ASSOCIATED TBE8S. LONDON— Ootobbb 26. The Brindisi portion of the Australian September ? mails were delivered yesterday. The bulk of the J3^ey [.letters are missing, but are expected via ? ?'-. '..~-',i:-,:i, r- /' ? ;':. ?' ' '.' . Ootobeb 28. Further applications have been made for the release of Count Arnim, who was arrested at the' instance of Prince Bismarck, on the charge of detaining- 'documents belonging to the national archives; and he has now been admitted to bail,;:.:; V; '?' ' ? , '?' CAMBEiDOESniEE Stakes. — Prentice, 1 ; Chief tain, 2 ; X'o'rd Gowran, 3. 46 horses ran. ? (Vnvmp.B 9.Q The Reichstag, or Representative Chamber of Germany, has been opened by the Emperor. In his speech to the assembled deputies the Emperor said that the foreign relations of Germany were amicable, and that the friendship of a powerful empire guarranteed peace. The military forces were not maintained for the purpose of aggressio...

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IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 7 November 1874

IMPOTDNDINGS. Grabben Gullen.— Impounded at Grabben Gullen, on October 24th. from Wheeo, by Mr. B. SPSorley:— Brown mare, eore withers, JB over tn near shbulder, broken, aged, 14 hands. Brown mare, 4' near shoulder, no other brand visible, broken, 5 years, 14f hands. Chesnut mare, star, qG near shoulder and rump, apparently broken, 7 years, 14$ hands. ' . Chesnut filly, while down face, like T 'over Y near shoulder, Y near thigh, 2 years, 14 hands. To be sold on November 12th. Nortii Yass.— Impounded at North Yass, on October 22nd, from the Kurrajong, by order of Mr. A, Zonch :— Blue roan mare, like diamond brand over 8 near shoulder, like C or G off shoulder, about' 3 years, 16 hands. Also, from same place, on October 26th, by order of Mr. A. Zouch : — Bay horse, small star, like 6 over MC near shoulder, bob tail, aged, 16 hands. Also, on October 28th, from Euralie, by order of F. R. Hume, jun., Esq. : — Brindle and white cow, like P T N over like I or j (reversed and blotched) nea...

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STOCK AND STATION REPORTS. [ROBINSON AND BESNARD'S REPORT.] [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 7 November 1874

STOCK AND STATION REPORTS. [Robinson and Besnard's Report.] Fat Stock : No transactions to report. We quote: Bullocks, £7 10s. to £8 10s.; cows, £6 5s. to £7 5s. Store Cattle : The demand for fattening cattle continues about the same. We have no sales to report this week. Store Sheep : The enquiry for this description of stock still continues brisk. We have this week sold on account Mr. Lehane to Mr. Thomas McNamara, Wyalong, 1280 mixed young sheep, at a high cash figure. Wool, sheepshins &c. : We have this week dis posed of 9 bales wool on account Mr. M. Crowe Marengo and will be glad to treat for other lots or consign them to our Sydney Agents. JFreehold property : We sold this week on *TOWant Mr. E. Gravenmaker, Grenfell, a freehold property in the Main-street at a high figure for cash to Mr. C. RusselL Stations : We have a large property on the Humbug for which we expect to close to-day and have several large and valuable properties in the Lachlau and Wellington district...

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GREAT FIRE IN GOULBURN. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 7 November 1874

: GREAT FIRE IN GOULBURN. A destructive, and at one time, a very alarming fire occured in Goulburn last Saturday in the fore noon. The wind was Wowing very strongly when about 10 o'clock an alarm was given, and it was quickly discovered that the fine premises belong ing to the Bank of New South Wales were on fire. A large flame was seen issuing from the roof of the building lately occupied by Mr. Mandelshon, which had been lately added to the Bank premises at the corner of Auburn and Verner-streets. With the terrific wind blowing there seemed to be but a poor chance to save the adjoining buildings; but the fire was met by the parapet wall dividing the Bank from Mr. Pain's, built above the roof, in the alterations lately completed to afford additional accomodation at the Bank. At one time the flames actually overleapt this boundary and the roof of Mr. Pain's shop caught fire. Numbers of strong men got upon the roof, and while the fire-engines were energetically worked, with saws and ...

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OPENING OF PARLIAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 7 November 1874

OPENING OF PARLIAMENT. The last session offthe present Parliament was opened at noon 'thisHd$y,'.'by his?E«:eHency the Governor. Hie shrubs and flowers lately planted in front of the parliamentary buildings, have been growing well during the recess, and tend to enliven the severe, not to say .dingy, appearance which this venerable pile has been used to wear. A guard or Honour, turnisnea oy tne 1st uyaney Battalion, under the command of Captain Davy, was drawn up to receive the Governor. A large concourse . or brilliantly-dressed ladies were pre sent inside the Legislative Council Chamber. The President of the Council took the chair a short time previously. The proclamation calling parliament togetner was reaq, ana we xouowing gentlemen, who had been nominated during the recess, took the oath and their seats— Mr. Edward King Cox, Mr. Leopold Fane De Salis, Mr. John Fairfax, ? Mr. John Fr,azer, Mr. Jacob Leyi Montefiore, Mr.* John Smith, 'M D. (Professor iof Chemistry in die Universit...

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PARLIAMENT OF NEW SOUTH WALES. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 3RD. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 7 November 1874

PARLIAMENT OF NEW SOUTH WALES. Tuesday, November 3ed. In the Legislative Assembly, — On the potion of Mr. Cooper, a select committee was appointed to frame an address in reply to the opening speech. The committee, after an absence of a few minutes, brought up the address, which was read by the clerk. Nr. Cooper moved that the address be adopted, and in doing eo said that the recess had been in convenient to many members of the Opposition, but had not put the country to any inconvenience. The list of measures mentioned in the speech was at first sight formidable, but it must be satisfac tory to. persons who had the interests of the country at heart to see so much work cut out, and presenting so many points for attack. He sup posed that the Electoral Bill was f oremest in point of importance, and believed the country received great injury from the rejection of the bill of last session. He considered that the bill for ? ing the management of the Museum was of great importance «nd that ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 7 November 1874

BIRTH. On the 2nd Inst., at her residence, Australian Hotel, Burrowa, MRS. DAVID BERNSTON, of a SON. The Burrowa News SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 7TH, 1874.

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PARLIAMENT OF NEW SOUTH WALES. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 4. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 14 November 1874

3PAii£,ra^Eii? 0]mi^i^mB.WMm. :; WEDNESDAY, NbVEMBEIi ,-t ~ At^io^opWnE'^^'LejpdHt^VctJpiipdi:^ : Mr.i}ockeJ callecTUie attenBonoiptlio '^flRfe.bp Ibe ^tt tiiat pbpierbf ^Sertajh dbca&ente*laid upon ^tjjo'*al)le%esterdn;y iitfd 'appe^ed- W'-tbe. pubUc, newspapers before cbpfcsjwore j^kculate'd' ainongjh^ijert.ipf ?^e HojiscS iapd Jip --liO!iglit,f If copies were available for the Press, they ought to be equally- aFAilablerto members. Mr. Saniueldid jnpt Uiink the. circumstance an unusualone, a'tiS-ho sawho breach of privilege or discourtesy in it, of he should ibe.glad-to cor rect Uie practice, .Nor^did, ij;. involve any public inconvenience that iheJxoutents ,ct documents presented to Parliament first' becarae public in the newspapers. Without , knowing fexactly how . copies of such documents were obtained, he said . ? he was not aware of any irregularity in the pro ceeding. ; ' ' ? ?;????._??' ' '? Mr.-O. Campbell thought tho 'point' raised was, whether members of the Hous...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 14 November 1874

WANTED, A RESPECrABLE GIEL, as COOK, and XV. to assist with washing. Good Wages. Apply to MRS. P. H. SCOTT. 7 Burrowa, November 5tb. AVanted, AT KILDARY, Merool Creek, a Couple of MEN who understand the Con struction of EARTH-WORK, or PISE, BUILDINGS. JOHN W. EDMONDS, Superintendent. WANTED, IMMEDIATELY, nnHREE (8) GOOD SHEPHERDS. SEPT. F. GIBSON. Nnrrawa, 7th Nov., 1874. TO BE LET, THE COMMEECIAL HOTEL, BTTBEO'Vv'A. mHE PROPRIETOR has determined to JL. Let, for a Term of Years, the above Hotel. ??;-.*?? . . Possession can be given during the present month. The Superior Stock of Wines and Spirits to be taken at cost price, and the Furniture, &c, at a valuation. Early application solicited. Apply to D. J. O'NEILL. Burrowa, Nov. 12tb, 1874. SALE BY AUCTION AT THE BURROWA HALL OF COMMERCE. TO COMMENCE AT 11 O'OLOOK On Monday, November 23rd, AND TO BE CONTINUED EACH DAT, AT THE SAME HODB, - UNTIL 28th INST. T. J. O'NEILL Has received iuBtructione from Jtr. J. H. CLAMPETT to Sell...

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IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 14 November 1874

IMPOUNDING& Murrumburrah. — Impounded at Murrumbur rab, on November 5th, from Harden, by James i._. Roberts, Esq., J.p. ?_ . * :? Chesnut mare, J L dajA'nwards near shoulder, J L near thigh, star, unbroken. ? - Chesnut and white mare, like y over A near shoulder, like^bnror CRT- off shoulder, four white feet, bald face, 4ocked tail, off hip down, broken, aged. Brown horse, broken, unbranded, 5 years. Brown mare, MPh or MP near shoulder, J J ^?off shoulder, broken, aged. ^^' ' Black filly, 5 off thigh, MM in one near slioul ''- der, star, off hind fetlock white. Bay mare, T B over like 7 off shoulder, star, near hind foot white, unbroken. Bay colt, --* over two hearts off shoulder. Bay entire, T C near shoulder and thigh, broken. To be sold on November 26th. Cowra.— Impounded at 'Cowra, on November WL from Breakfast Creek, by Messrs. Badgery and Hindxnarsh i— Grey-mare, WA over likeWA near shoulder, BEL upwards near rump, collar-marked, aged, 15 hands. Bay mare, -stumpy tail,...

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LATEST INTELLIGENCE. LONDON, NOVEMBER 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 14 November 1874

LATEST INTELLIGENCE. BEBTEE'8 *ELESEAMB TO AUSTBAtlAK ASSOCIATED PHfeRS. Lonooh. November 5. The Bight Hfin.W. E. Gladstone has written ancl published a- pamphlet entitled— 'Political Expostulation ' which ib addressed to the English , Roman Catholics. He challenges them, in justice ' to 'ibemselves and the country, to demonstrate l4Vov£j-beclience to the Papal Authority of Rome is ^(fbe reconciled with the obligations imposed on Bntish subjects, by their civil allegiance. The result or elections to the nea$ Senate, of the United States gives forty Republicans and 83 Democrats. To the House of Representatives, 111 Republicans and 181 Democrats. November 5. Elections, which have taken place in twenty three States of the American Union, will give the Democrats a majority in the nest Congress. A considerable portion of ;the United States Press regards -the 'result -of the elections, so far, as a condemnation of General Grant's Administration .. and proposed re-election to the office of...

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STOCK AND STATION REPORTS. [BROCK & BROUGHTON'S REPORT.] [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 14 November 1874

STOCK ANDhSTATION REPORTS. [Bbock & Broughton's Report.] Fat Stock : We have a very good supply of bullocks and wethers on our books, but no en quiries during the past week. We quote bul locks £7 10s. to £8 15s. cows £6 to £7 10s. wethers 8s. Gd. to 9s. 6d. ewes 7s. Gd. to 8s. 6d. Store Cattle : A brisk demand continues for well bred quiet cattle in good condition, but it is difficult to induce buyers to inspect mobs contain ing less than about 100. We quote bullocks £5 to £6 10s. cows £4 to £5 10s. Store Sheep. — The time is now approaching when several transactions are likely to take place in this class of Stock. Shearing being nearly completed, flock-owners are classing for sale, and enquiring for others to replace them. We have several lots for which we will be glad to treat. In rams the demand is increasing. We had two lots inspected this week, and expect to close sale of both. We quote : wejhers 7s. to 8s. 6d. ; ewes, 6s. to 12s. according to age and quality. Stations;...

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COMMERCIAL. BURROWA PRICES CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 14 November 1874

COMMERCIAL. BURROWA PRICES CURRENT. Flour, fine, £12 per ton, or £1 6s. per bag. Ditto, seconds, £1 1 per ton. Bran, £2 10s. per ton. Wheat, 4s. to 4s. 3d. per bushel. Maize, 3s. 9d. to is. per bushel. Oats, 3s. per bushel. Hay, £3 10s. to £4 per ton * Clice.se, 6d. per ib. Butter, Is. per Ib. Bacon, 6d. per Ib. JSggs, 6d. per dozen. Potatoes, 8s. per bag. Sheepskins, 4d. to Gd. per Ib. Sawn Timber (delivered), 15s. per 100 feet. Wattle bark, £3 10s. per ton.

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WEEKLY CALENDAR. Moon's first quarter—Nov. 17tth—at 11.58 a.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 14 November 1874

WEEKLY CALENDAR. , Moon's first quarter— Nov. 17th — at 1 1 '58 «.m. II .???«« *g 'g Remarkable Events. c ™ H ? - *'* n. m. h. m. 15 S UtJi Sunday after Trinity. 4 50 6 38 10 M Cook took possession of New 4 50 6 39 17 Tu [Zealand, 1769 4 49 6 40 18 W 4 48 6 41 19 TJi Cape of Good Hope dis., 1497 4 48 C 42 20 F 4 47 6 43 21 S Princess Royal born, 18404 47 6 44

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YOUNG QUARTER SESSIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 14 November 1874

YOUNG QUARTER SESSIONS. Tue Sessions_ opened at 10 o'clock on Tuesday last, before bis Honor Judge Francis. Mr. Forbes prosecuted for the Crown. Larceny. Henry Smilhors Hayes was charged with having, on the 3rd Oct., at Grenfell, stolen two )inn1.'n tn writ nn/- mirmf A ]ms?l.- .*-!-/] r\i\{- arwiituf book, and one valuable security, to wit, a voucher for £50, and one valuable security, to wit, a voucher for £43 15s., the property of one Win. Patrick DavoreiT ; a second count vested the pro perty in Win. Robert Holy. Mr. Dalley, instructed by Mr. Russell, appeared for the defence. At the close of the case for the Crown, Mr. Dalley submitted that there was no case for the -jury. There was no proof that the goods were taken without the consent of Heir. His Honor, as far as the missing papers were concerned, could not see any proof that they had been taken by defendant, lie thought the evi dence showed that the other things had been taken under a claim of right. The jury, without retir...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 14 November 1874

Tlie Bill to amend the constitution, by altering- the composition of the Legislative Council, Las already been introduced, and passed its first reading before the Chamber which it is the object of the measure gradu ally to supersede. Considering the probable sbortnesp of the session, and the pressing matters which require the serious attention of .Parliament, we confess our surprise, that any attempt should have been made to carry this important measure, nor can we do the present Ministry much wrong in attributing this imprudent aud uncalled for proceeding solely to the well-known pertinacity of Mr. Parkes. In a democratic community, such as exists in New South Wales, the use of a second Chamber in revising measures which have passed Ibc Assembly, or in refusing to accept those fundamental changes in public polity, which popular representatives are prone to press upon society, are often ignored ; and every imprudent obstacle which it may throw in the way of real or fancied improveme...

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CROWN LAND SALES. AT THE POLICE OFFICE, BURROWA, On Friday, 27th November, 1874. COUNTRY LOTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 14 November 1874

CBQWN fc&ND SMiEB. AT THE POLICE OFFICE, BURBOWA, ^ ijhi Friday, 27tfe November, 1874. *S: ; ?: «0DNTBT IiOTS. Lot A, portion 22, 200 acres, in tbe county of Harden, parish of Bookhana, on tbe left bank of Gorinpr'e Creek, oh the northern side of tbe road from 3ugions to Yass, opposite J. Drunnnond's portion 23, of S5 acreB. 74-3,576. Selected by A. Driitnniond. Lot B, portion 83, 110 acres; lot C, portion 84, 40 acres-; — both in the county of Harden, parish of Cunningham, on and near the left bank, of Copuey'B^Qreekj 'pn Duck Creek, adjoining the' nortiienf 'Boundary ' o£ Water Reserve 641. 74-14,091. Exclusively of a road 1 chain wide. _ Lot J),.pprijpn 56, 57 acres, in the county ofL Harden, paxiBji of Harden, on Bobbara Flat Creek, Adjoining ijie*m-rtbern boundary of J. Barry's 40 acres, conditional purchase, portion 57. 74-17,009. Exclusively of a road 150 links wide. Lot JB, portion.' C5, 40 acres, in the county of Harden, parish ' of Burden, adjacent to the southern ...

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