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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 21 November 1874

NOTICE TO OUR SUBSCRIBERS, SUBSCRIBERS to: the 'BURROWA NEWS' wiO oblige by informing the Office of any irregularity in the delivery of their papers, in order that it maybe reme died for the future. %\t Uurrotua Uto SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 21st, 1874.

Publication Title: Burrowa News, The
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YOONG. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 21 November 1874

.;;TOGN'GL:^;': (FBOM A' COBRSSPONDEKr.) The building known as the Catholic Church and School ie i being moved to-day on [rollers. It is to; te^laced close to T*lie Jteacher's residence, , a diffr' tanoe-flf about -pighhr yards . from.- its j-rese»fr iakejri its removal, be successful ; bem11 fivf* %urpri8eiia great maiiy. of our sapSf. ^nd add toateriajlyto biB already high -*utotion «» an architect. - „' , „ „ . The proposed newJGatii^c.-illurfl'..tl'? lounoa tiori-stone of whichif -£.'? 1''*, «a«?y ' December next, by his Lordf'P ?'sll0P L«'gan of Goul bura, ti tote*™;-'1 *he |pot where the old one Tet stair''' ^'lch is undoubtedly one of the'. prett'-*1 sites in Young_ for a Church. -.....- cae new Presbytery is a very fine building, and The Catholics of Young may well be proud of the great progress they have made during the last few years, and attribute it solely to the almost unparalleled zeal and untiring energy of their beloved pastor — the Bev. H. M. Finnegan. When he came ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 21 November 1874

Since the commencement of tho session Par liament has proceeded rapidly to initiate an amount of business which the most sanguine and energetic of its members can scarcely hope io complete. Both in the Council and in the Assembly, important Government -measures have successfully undergone the ordeal of a second reading, 'with a degree of reticence on the part of the Opposition as . unusual as it was unexpected.- The voice of faction seems hushed to unnatural quietude ; and although there are a few clouds on the political horizon, they are scarcely such as need awaken the anxieties of the Ministry for their positions, or compel them to muster their partisans to repel the ardent attacks of the Opposition. Even Mr. Baker's attack on the Ministerial mining policy of the last six months, ?which is certainly one of tbe most vulnerable points of the present Administration, and to which only a feeble reply was attempted by the Minister for Mines, elicited but a languid debate, and was rejec...

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LATEST INTELLIGENCE. REUTER'S TELEGRAMS TO AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATED PRESS. LONDON. NOVEMBER 10. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 21 November 1874

LATEST INTELLIGENCE. eeuteb's telegrams -'.?? to australian associated pbek8. Lohdon. November 10. At * banquet given/ by the lord Mayor of London, the Right Hon. B. Disraeli spoke of thp' condition. of the United' Kingdom and -'T'1^*'''™ colonial policy of the Governji»o-rr^« dwelt upon tiie contentm~iJ;j^-!^riPrf ?'ed- Md «- pressed Mb gr£&»ica'on at the soIul prosperity of the count«r*'^'ier*. ??nao, he said, been a con .i ? rtlfirpvivfll in! trnrflp ond Hia nnVili/i revenue . was fully realising, the anticipations of the Chancellor of the Exchequer. The policy yf the Government would be to consolidate the colonial possessions of the Empire, and to estab Jish between them and the mother country an . identity of. interests. In regard to the state of tilings abroad, he was pleased to observe that ? there appeared to be a general desire to maintain peace. Spain. — The report that Don Carlos had entered Hendage is contradicted. November 12. Spain. — After obstinate fighting, ...

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UNCLAIMED LETTERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 21 November 1874

UNCLAIMED LETTERS. The following is^list^o, 2Q) of/letters lying ' unclaimed at the General p6st Office, Sydney,' jas „? notified 'in the Government Gieetif of rNpvember ? Ship Litter* '-'.?? 21 V. ^ Block, Spring X^k * ^ 21 Mitchell Graham, Oootamundra ', 20 John Kiddlef^»^*lJa ' v' 26 B. ilowlandson''Coramundra 6 James Shelbjj^ Yellow ^Pater Holes 1-Mr; Wade, CJbwra River ' 3 Mr. Walsh, liacklap River. jnuma welters. / 33 J. Andrews. Cowra / ? ? 54 Mrs. Jno. Artan, Cowra ' { 11 Mr. Baker, Binalong / 92 TJios. Best, Tangmangaroo / 192 Juo. Brunock, Marengo . r ? ' 65 Jno. Casey, Yass / ? / \ 106 Dennis Clancy, Reid's Flat . / 168 N. Conner s, Cootamundra , / y^ 216 Mrs. M. Coyle, Coramundra j^/ 230 Charlotte Crosby; Oootamundra ,'f 244 Mary Cuff, Coramundra 15 Jno. Daulton, Coramundra 101 Jas. Drew, Burrowa 117 Thos. Duncan, Cootamundra , 77 Alexander Graham, Coft,*-'.nu-ldra 18 Mrs. Joseph Hainlev ^along 27 Patrick Hannon. 'westone Creek 52 Jno. Hart, Co-aniundra 94 Jno. Herb-*. Y...

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Intest Intelligence. [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 21 November 1874

^^^^^^^^mf:!; ;- 1 ^|g?Hj^B8«iB-;;-Jbm)bK' And^pjoh.)^ : '7 % Jj3Y ELECTKIO- TELEGRAPH.] -? ' ? ? . £??? ^-.^a&^.-S***— ?'?'-.'.??=- ????- :}???'-:.' \ .^^iB^ipy^^yEMBEtf 2o;|-$6 *.«. . ???? J&^iB^^ia^^^^^e^Vl^-^.Y ';.'.??'.'?? .-'-'?? '?. * S|Hi^Eieptoral Act Amendment 3illtos; -^BseStlirough«Committee- V -?The Estimates were laid on, the table on Wfl&neBday.jj|&^» ' - -v ?-- -'' : /^$Ql6 .;Tj«asurer¥ financial Statement-was ielivered' yesternight, and is the most satis factory one ev.er'gade_ to r'the House. It bnow.6 inac-ax xne ena oi tue present yean after paying f 96,600 to satisfy claims guilder tbe iSuperannuatiion Act, there MtjiT be a surplus o&$694,O00 j rftnd it, estimates a put plus ofr^ro',000 rat the end of J875.' It annqnncejpTfche^ appropriation vf £558,000 towards liquidating the principal and interest of the public debt of the~colbny. No altera tion in the |Cariff is intimated ; but it ex presses an intention to renew the St...

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PARLIAMENT OF NEW SOOTH WALES. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 17. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 21 November 1874

' PA^tlii^NTfeF SllW^OnTH-WALES. * . TDESDAT, JfoVEMBEB 17. lii th/Legislative Assembly, — Jfr, Parkea brought up the Insane Law Amend ment Bill, which was read a first time, and its second reading fixed for this day week, ?: Bilk for the Regulation of Distillation, and the Regulation of Cemeteries, were brought up by Mr. 3?orater, and «ach read a first time. It was resolved, on the motion of Sir. Lucas, to go into committee on Friday, to consider the introduction of a Bill to make better provision for the making, repairing, mid manageinej»*'or' the conmv'! »t-ads H)f the colony. ;' Mi'. Cooper moved that the House^jwould go into committee on Friday, to consider an address ?in favour of a sum not exceeding £3000 being placed on the Supplementary Estimates for 1874, to defray the expense of providing an official report of the Parliamentary debates. He said it must be admitted on all hands that an official record was necessary, and that it was inadvisable for the House to have to depe...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 21 November 1874

We lluiTofoii IjtcfoB In published at tlie Office, Mars&en- street , Surroioa, every Saturday morning, in time for circulation by the early Mails all over tlie Colony. Terms of Subscription : — When paid in advance for 3 months, 5s. ; if booked, 6s. Single copies, 6d. 4.H accounts are rendered quarterly, ami prompt settlement is requested. 'f^vm- For Advertisements the following are Hie charges : — -*^W For the first inch or less of space, Ss. ; for every subse quent inch or less of tlie same advertisement, Is. 6d. A reduction of twenty five per cent toill be made on all advertisements inserted for three montlts ; and of 10 per cent, if inserted for one month. Bubbowa .- — Printed and published by GeobOb, Eason, at tho News' Office, Marsden-etreet.

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CORONER'S INQUEST. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 21 November 1874

CORONER'S INQUEST. Ox Monday last an inquest was held at Mr. James Hardyman's residence at the Back Creek, before W. D. Campbell, Esq., Coroner, aud a jury of five, touching the eause of death of James Hardyinan, jun., a promising lad about 10 years of age, who had been found drowned in a water-hole late on the nrevious Saturday evening. The evidence disclosed tbe following facts ; that the deceased had been employed during the shearing in shepherding his father's sheep, and that on the day of his death he came home as usual to liis dinner. At supper time liis mother missed him at thu table, and imagining that he had lost himself in the bush, all hands prepared to go in search of him. When on the point of starting, the parents were informed by a younger brother of deceased that his brother bad told him soon after dinner, he would go' fishing, as his sheep were all right. A well-directed search was at once made in the direction of Pudman Creek, to which it was thought the missing you...

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AGRICULTURAL RETURNS OF NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 21 November 1874

AfififflULTUBAL ftETUBNS OF NEW vflk SOUTH WALES. (dropi the Statistical Register of 1873?; The agriciSiural returns for the year 1873 have been ..prepares with an additional table, giving , the usual inUnnalion in police districts. . By making use of Vse divisions, wMctitoritfor the most part analogy to the registration ''.districts, jt iB thought tha\tbis portion 'S£ the statistics will be presented inXmore inteUigJWe shape. The number of holoys of land (exclusive of occupiers of pastoral Lnds) exceeding the area of 1 acre, is 31,821, of which 21,447 are free holders, 2475 are free and leaseholders, and 7899 are solely leaseholders. In comparison with 1872 there is a total increase of ''479 in the number of the three classes. The total Vea, of land held by freeholders is 7,000,619 acres ; and leaseholders occupy 3,507,897 acres. There is an increase under both these holdings of 694,425 acres and 25,363 acres, respectively. The extent of land enclosed, but not under cultivation, is...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 21 November 1874

WM. B. PETT, STOEEKEEPEE. A .FULti^ASSORTMENT OF OEOOEEY, DEAPEEY, IRONMONGERY, FANCY GOODS, BOOTS, &C., &a, At the Oldest Established Store iu Burrowa. June 6th, 1874. THE ROYAL HOTEL, BTTIEaiBO'W.A.. PROPBIETOR. Mest«£kss LccommodatiQii fur Travellers &-ht&oro. 8PIEIT8, ALES, WINES, LIQUEURS, &c., OF THE BEST QUALITY. Good and Commodious Stabling. TO LANDED PROPRIETORS, FREE -SELECTORS, AND OTHEES. MR. W. S. QUAIL, C.E., AND LAND SURVEYOR, HAVING visited Burrowa, desires to inform the above that he is now pre pared to effect Accurate Surveys of every description ; and as his stay will be very limited, he particularly requests all who have land to measure to communicate at once with himself, or with Mr. D. J. O'NEILL, Com mercial Hotel, Burrowa. July 24th, 1874. MORMON. M SfS^Vra MORMON. TO STAND THIS SEASON, AT KALANGAN, THE THOBOUGH-BRED STALLION, MORMON is by Premier, out of Delaware Gir], by Delapre, by Defence, out of Fortress, dam of Py...

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ENGLISH MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 21 November 1874

ENGLISH MAll/ Lettbbs for the next EnglisV'Mail-sleamer, via Suez; must be posted in I}«wowa not later than Thursday evening, November 2Gtn- An letters require an extra Id. B*«np, a'd muBt bear tne words—' Via Galle eft Svtf.'

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POST-OFFICE TIME-TABLE. ARRIVAL AND DESPATCH OF MAILS. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 21 November 1874

:S-w*«aOTBfei»- , ' jaWTtLf. AS^ip^fr MAO&, ? * Trom Yass ^gkngmttngfrop^ fln^^SdayJB'tB-. nesday, Thflrsday, end Saturday, tti&'pp.rn. From Young anil Marengo s On Thuredatj; Friday, and SundavrXat^i^ni. ! V From ;Dalton atjietyRyfc rart ; On. SoK»rday,\at 6 FromBeid's Flat, pin Pn'W Creole* end Hovell's Creek : On Uqpdn77%foJp.m. Djjpabtures. i'« Vflss and Tangmangaroo : On Monday, Wed nesday, Friday, and Saturday, at 6J0 a.m. For Young & Marengo : On Wednesday, Thursday^ and Saturday, at 5 40 p.m. / B^SC^SKf ark and Dalton : On Friday, at 1 a.»£ WM£&m3^£*-p£W'* Grade and hA11« ^^*P$JpV-d' daily, from^^ ««-« * jNgn BunaafSfil Office will be m^nTbetween the / %Sure of 1 p.m. and 2 p.m., for%elivlry only.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 28 November 1874

BtJEHOWA : — Printed and published by Geoeoe liASON. at the New/*' Office, MaredcnBtreot

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ENGLISH MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 28 November 1874

ENGLISH MAIL. Letters for the next English .Mail-steamer, via S.an Francisco, must be posted in Burrowa not later than Thursday evening, December 17th.

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GERMANY AND THE CARLISTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 28 November 1874

GERMANY AND THE CARLISTS. The official report of Captain Zembsch, com mandant of flie German squadron in Spanish waters, in reference to the recent incident off Quetaria, confirms the accounts alreadj' published. It states that the Carlists stationed on the moun tain ridges before Quetaria directed a volley of musketry against the ships which were sailing alone the coast. As no doubt could exist that the Carlists aimed their fire at the. German gun boats, Captain Zembsch gave orders to return it. The ' Nautilus ' fired seven shots, and the ' Albatross ' eight. The gun-boats stopped firing and continued on their former course as soon as the Carlist fire ceased. Several of the shots from the gun-boats were capitally aimed, and from on board it could be seen that the Carliets took to flight. The North German Gazette of September 14, in commenting upon this report, says : ' The features of the attack stamp it in many respects as a complete violation of the rules of inter national law. I...

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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 28 November 1874

WEEKLY CALENDAR: Moon's last quarter — Dec. 1st — at 4*34 a.m. _____ § g' 8 °- S :- .„ -s 'g *g Remarkable Eventb. ? ? * ™ j?l ? j_i_ H. M. H. II. 29 £ 1st Sunday in Advent. 4 44 6 52 30 M St. Andrew's Day. 4 44 6 52 1 Tu Governor Bourke arrived, 1831 4 44 6 53 2 W Riot at Ballarat, 1854 4 44 6 54 3 Th 4 44 6 55 4 F 4 44 6 56 5 S Gov. Bourke left Sydney, 1837 4 44 6 57

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WOOL AND WHEAT. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 28 November 1874

WOOL AND WHEAT. A most material influence, as regulating the value of that great Australian staple, wool, is the price and supply of wheat, and this again depends not merely 'on the abundance of the harvests in Russia, the United States, and Canada, but also upon tlie out-turn of com in the two large bread consuming countries of Western Europe, England and France, with their combined population of eighty millions. Now, it happens most fortu nately that, this season, while tlie production of the large grain-growing countries is a full average, the necessities of our own country and that of France, from the splendid harvests that Lave just been gathered, will be many million quarters less than in the past three years, so that, taking the United Kingdom alone, a saving will be effected of fifteen million pounds sterling — a sum of money divisible, not amongst a few lucky speculators, but an amount diffusible throughout the entire community : it will per meate every hamlet and family, a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 28 November 1874

NOTICE TO OURJUBSGRIBERS. SUBSCEIBEES to the 'BUBROWA NEWS ' will oblige by informing the Office of any irregularity in the delivery of their papers, in order that it may be reme died for the future. Jtjje $juwofo» $j£cfo8 BATUEDAY, NOVEMBER 28th, 1874.

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EUROPEAN MAIl NEWS. TERRIFIC TYPHOONS IN CHINA. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 28 November 1874

; E U BO PEA N H £ iM ,MM W B . * ^DEBBIPIO TyPHODNS IN CHINA. SteE Overland, Trade report, of September 26, fr ives the following further particulars -of the ostriictive typ]}6bhs that occurred in Hongkong, Macao, and B^i^wcf^-Itis.JourVJJauijbil duty to record by the present mail one of the most appal ling disasters that has ever happened in this colony. A typhoon of unprecedented violence raged in this JpSighbourhood on Tuesday night 'and W.ednesdayfjnorning, 22nd and 23rd Septem ber^ The weather during .the .day had been threatening, ihe barometer having fallen very considerably during the forenoon, and still remain ing, low in the evening. About 6 o'clock, the wind began to threaten, and, shortly after^ 8 o'clock, was blowing a strong gale. This in creased rapidly, and in the course of an hour it was evident that a typhoon of a severe character was to be apprehended, and this proved too soon to be the case. . The barometer kept rapidly fall ing, and the wind increased frightful...

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