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HINTS ON BATTING. BY W. G. GRACE. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 12 December 1874
H I N T.S ON JAT TING. BiWJ G. .Grace. Fjbst Jet it,be premised that, in my,opinipn? one hour of ;practical tuition in cricket will be of 'tamo use than volumes of theoretical instruction. A -habit ~Bcauired' in -youth of correct play will materially aid the aspirant, and will, believe me, never be lost ; while, on the other hand, on awk ward attitude or a peculiarity calculated to mar the execution oi a batsman will 'take much time to ' eradicate, even if the habit be not formed beyond hope of correction. The acquisition of a good style and1 natural' position is as easy as fall ing into loose and ungainly attitudes, and the one will So much to inspire confidence, while tlie other will always prove an obstacle in the way of excellence. Nothing is of such incalculable bene fit to the student in the art of batting as an early adherence to the necessary principle of playing with a straight bat. It is in this special point that a young cricketer must of all others seek earnestly to exce...
A LARGE HAY FARM. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 12 December 1874
A LARGE HAY FARM! A6 one of the specimens of example farming of South Australia may be mentioned that of the hay farm of Mr. Sudholz, which is perhaps the largest in Australia. The Adelaide Observer informs us The farms comprise 1500 acres of land, a part freehold, and part leasehold, extending, although severed by the main road, from the Stockdale at Dry Creek to the banks of the Torrens. The pro perty is divided into five large paddocks, fenced sheep-proof. There are 900 acres under crop this year — 100 with Cape oats, and the remainder wheat. They are expected to yield 1800 tons of hay, being an average of two tons per acre, al though some parts will be much heavier. Not only is the quantity satisfactory, being fully half a ton per acre more than last year, but the quality of the produce, owing to the favourable season, is considerably above the average. The absence of severe hot winds, and continuance up to a late period of timely roins, brought the wheat on beautifully, and the...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 12 December 1874
TO THE ELECTORS OF THE LACHLAN. f^ ENTLEMEN,— I am a Candidate for VJT the honour of again representing your large and important district in the next Parliament, and will take the opportunity of visiting your electorate before and at the Nomination, and explaining my views on the leading questions of the day. I am, Gentlemen, Your obedient servant, ? JAMES WATSON. Lachlan Electorate. JAMES WATSON'S BUEROWA COMMITTEE : N. R. Besnard, J.P. Henry Brown, J.P. J. N. Ryan, J.P. Michael J. Mullaly F. R. Hume, sen. S. P. Phillips F. W. Hume J. C. Welman Qeorge Eason, J.P. 3. A. Murphy P. H. Scott, J.P. Felix Murphy A. E. Middlctou Thomas Murphy Benjamin Long Thomas Allsopp John Kennemore John Preston A. Myers Patrick Powell C. Weekes , Patrick Donlan E. A. Phillips John Regan Julius Besnard George Smith Peter Besnard James Hughston P. Ryan, Cattle-station Robert Smith Daniel O'liourke Thomas Smith John S. Cross George Small Thomas Sargent David Small George Sargent James Faulkner Abraham Pa...
COMMERCIAL. BURROWA PRICES CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 12 December 1874
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THE PREMIER AT EAST SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 12 December 1874
THE'PEEMIEB' a|T BAST pSpSSSX;\ Me. Paekeb has publwiiea 'lus ^ddreBS to tbe electing icf East &$»eyf'''''Thdre] Is'.little if,,anyr thinb'Miyfiix of ,fmpptfucicertp be ^gathered from it. fle throws the '&«ponslbi1itt'%f tbe disBolu tion'and life ctfnBetaeiiceB iip'on those who yoted for Sir. Combes' motions, which, lie says,- their- authors will not find it easy to :justifyl-y iact or 'reason. The onus of justification, however, lies rather with the Government, who have not only to' satisfy the people .that jhere was. nothing .in tlie r production of- the .Gardiner minute .' that could rationally beconstr^iedtp uiean in offence to either branch of the Legislature,' but that there had been nothing in the previous and sub sequent conduct' of the 'Government to suggest such 'a ?construction, even to minds favourably disposed towards the Government, and uninflu enced by party feeling. It will be a hard task thus to prove a negative when the facts and reason point positi...
STOCK AND STATION REPORTS. [BROCK & BROUGHTON'S REPORT.] [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 12 December 1874
STOCK AND STATION REPORTS. IBbock &3Bkoughton's.Rbpobt.] ; ; V. Fat Cattle : Demand in excess of supply. We have one lot now under inspection by a local buyer. We quote: Bullocks, £7 to £8 10s. ; scows'iJ6to£7. Store Cattle : Sales axe difficult to effect except «f superior lots, which still command a good figure. We have a large number of all classes for which wewill.be glad to treat, and have _a draft of mixed cattle under offer, and ;will submit about 100 head to-morrow by auction. We quote ?: ;bullocke, £4 to £Q ; cows, £3 10s. to £5. Fat Sheep : Prime wethers are very scarce. There' are numerous enqniries for the local market. We have about 2600 within easy dis tance of the town, travelling to Goulbum market; but we would sell a lot of them if applied to. We quote: wethers, 8s. 6d. to 9s. 6d. ; ewes, 7s. 6d. to 8s. 6d. Store Sheep : We have an unlimited supply of all classes ; and there are several enquiries especially for young sheep, but owing to the excessive hot wea...
Latest Intelligence. SYDNEY—December 7, 3.30 P.M. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 12 December 1874
|Sfet Intelligence. (Peom Messes. Goedon and Gotoh.) [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] SYDNEY— December 7, 3-30 p.m. Thirteen candidates have been nominated for East Sydney — namely, Messrs. Parkep, Macintosh, Stuart, Young, Forster, Moore, Flood, Davies, Cameron, Douglass, Pemell, Pawsey,1 and O'Connell. ? 6-30p.m. The Beturniug-officer declared tbe show of hands to be in favour of Messrs. Cameron, Parkes, Forster, rand I Davies. The proceedings wereveiy or3er3y. 'Ten thousand persons were present.. r - '?'- . December 8, 7'65 p.m. Mr. John Sutherland (the Minister for Public Woris) has been re-elected for Pad dington, unopposed. Mr. G. A. Lloyd (the Colonial Treasurer) has been re-elected for Newcastle. Decembee 9, 820 p.m. The following have been elected for East Sydney : — Mr. Henry Parkes (the Premier), Mr. John Macintosh, Mr. At* Stuart, and Mr. John Davies. December 10/4-10 p.m. The Suez Mail-steamer Ceylon arrived at Adelaide at 9 o'clock this morning. December 11, 6-10 p.m. The Mini...
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 12 December 1874
The Grasshopper Plague. — The Riverine Advertiser says : — The summer season of 1874 will be memorable from the general havoc com mitted by grasshoppers. Never since the white man set bis foot in the saltbush country have inese pests visueo. us in sucn numbers and with so iriueii intent to destroy. They first began to make an appearance here about four weeks ago, although their advance was heralded by some or our far-off subscribers living between the Darling ind Cooper's Creek, where then the insects ap peared, destroying the grass, or even the young saltbush. They came then from the north-west, and possibly made their way from dry and arid lauds in the centre of the continent. Having swept the Darling, Lachlan, and Murrumbidgee Plains, they fell foul of the lands around Denili quin, and in the course of three weeks or so have managed to eat up all they could get that promised them a grain of nourishment They take delight, too, in destroying flower gardens, as those who enjoyed the...
BURROWA COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 9. (Before G. Eason and W. J. E. Wotton, Esquires.) Breach of Impounding Act. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 12 December 1874
|gpBftiS^^p^-)F5igTx;sE^ip^r:? 'f ^;':^i^^ESD^pEOEMBEE;9,'--f.' \;A; , ^e£pre|GL ;&sptf;aad/W.; J. E. Wottcra, V iA^';'-'KCL: inquires.) \ : '?: '?':? .';'?'' . 5 ^^i^^^Jimiinimo^ut Acl. 0vJI.5EL$esnaralv.^r. Power; . ;,aMr.^onoyanJor defendant -...-? .?-.?: :?;':-:??*: KTheinf o^matlbu thipirged defendant with having ontiiifc25Ujiidayjbi November iUegally impounded; certain cattle tibie property of jflie complainant in a *Hana-j\1\*t%* +Wn¥i liiD mart. nrAtviiaAR t.n Wlti— ~1il the stockyard and on the premises of one William Best. ??.-,-''???.? 'Peter Besnard deposed : I live at Kangiaroo with iriy'1:ather,..aM ammanager of 'the stock; .on.the 25th of last month defendant came and told me that be had- impounded 22 head of my father's Battle,' whicH Tie had found in Tiis wheat, in Wil liam Best's yard ; defendant has a wheat paddock, pn^ Samuel Best's -land^wbile the stock-yard is about one~mile distant on'William'Best's land ;. I went to eee the. cattle aud found them on W...
WRITS OF ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 12 December 1874
WRITS OF ELECTION. Electorate. Nomination. Polling Day.', East Sydney ? 7th Dec. ... 9th Dec. Newcastle ? 7th Dec. ... 8th Dec. Paddiugton ? 8th Dec. ... 10th Dec. The Glebe ? 9th Dec. ... 11th Dec Parramatta ? 9th Dec. ... 10th Dec. Wollombi ' ? 10th Dec. ... 14th Dec. Newtown ? nth Dec. ... 14th Dec The Clarence ? 14th Dec. ... 22nd Dec The Hastings ? 14th Dec. ... 24th Dec. Patrick's Plains ? 14th Dec. ... 16th Dec. West Sydney ? 14th Dec. ... 16th Dec.^ Northumberland ? 14th Dec. ... 17th Dec. Shoalbaven ? 14th Dec. ... 18th Dec. East Maitlaud ? 15th Dec. ... 16th Dec. Narellan ? 15th Dec. ... 17th Dec Kiama ? I5th Dec. ... 18th Dec Orange ? 15lh Dec. ... 17th Dec. St Leonard's ? 15th Dec. ... 21st Dec. Windsor ? 15th Dee. ... 16th Dec. Yass Plains ? 15th Dec. ... 18th Dec.. Hartley ? 16th Dec. ... 21st Dec. Morpeth ? 16th Dec. ... 17th Dec. The Paterson ? 16th Dec. ... 18th Dec. WestMaitland ? 18th Dec. ... 21st Dec. Mudgee ? 19th Dec. ... 23rd Dec The Nepean ? 19th Dec. ... 23...
ELECTION-INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 12 December 1874
mpMpWD^IXlGENCB. The Treasurer,1JIr.:.|J. ,& Lloyd, was re-elected for ,'Newcastie,iby:a! -majority of 67 votes over Mr. C.J. Stevens. ??&.?_ '... . .--..= ?: ;For;Qaeapbey»n, Messrs. ? J. J, Wright, W. G. uweu, ana Ttipmas isuanalian, ot JMolonglo, are spoken of [^ candidates. : : ? JPot ItoiarcyjSIr. Alex. Montague, of Cooina, is a^pandidfite.'.. ? .jf '?? -t?^i* '/J*. ?,.. .* '_?'? -~ ? ^orArgyle another candidate, Mr. J. Stewart, is mentioned, but no one seems to know who he iB. Mr. WiilianvjDavies has withdrawn from the contest In his letter announcing his retire ment he says ' The Soulliern Argus has thought fit, in the'interefitsjof Jttr, Edward Butler, to at tack me, aud. to place before tbe electors a state-, ment which is totally .false — a statement which could. only liave the effect of arousing violent sectarian hatred and ^conflict. I will be no party to a strife which is thus most unfairly' com menced, and which wotdd lead to the rupture of friendships ...
IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 12 December 1874
IMPOUNDINGS. - Geabben Gullen. — Impounded at Grahben Gullen, on Nov. 27th, from Ferncliffe, Grabben Gullen, by Mr. P. Bartley : ? Chesnut horse, star, dapple spots on rump, saddle-marked, blotched brand over like D K con joined near shoulder, aged, 14J hands. Dark brown horse pony, saddle-marked, shod, W over W (both sideways) near shoulder, LT (the L reversed) off shoulder, 6 years, 14 hands. Also, on Dec. 3rd, from Blakeney's Creek, by Mr. Thomas Roche : Bay mare, star, stripe, and snip, bell on neck, broken, hobbles on, C 11 near shoulder, 6 years, 14 hands. Bay horse, star, like N L near shoulder, ECS off shouider, hollow back, saddle-marked, shod, aged, 14£ hands. Dark brown or black mare, like C over illegible brand like S (writing capital) near shoulder, star, aged, 15 hands. Black draught mare, collar-marked, 69 under saddle near side, MC near shoulder, broken, hobble on, aged, 1G hands. To be sold on December 24th. Guhning. — Impounded at Gunning, on the 1st Dec, from Fran...
Original Correspondence. THE LACHLAN ELECTORAT. (To the Editor of the Burrowa News.) [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 12 December 1874
[?] [?] SiB,^^e,^ounoement. in your last issue, thiat -Bnnrowft^-a^^hjch a requieion was -adopted (Wo teiuminttteafor-theLachlan electorate, must P^a^^^i^i^^«)i^o& readers 4iy i»ipriB?i; S5 E^^yS|M^,jBvenin ?Buirpw^inever heard of ^U3 Meeting, except through your columns. If ;^e^raemett'-wliq; convened itwere not afraid .»f %:^e&^bwni:^hy i.aye recourse to'lsuchi'a' ? *' tole4^Ji?pOTBrf 'h :,p^bpeeding? Why ibt give . . the.meeiing due publicity, iand invite Mr. Watson to pome forward and declare his views honestly, ?^djhaye^sjpfst^eerTeviewed? T This requi '? eiUpnbuBinesB canbe regarded in no other light than an election dodge 'to extort pledges' before Mr. Watson announces Jhb views, and before it is known whether, ainbre 'worthy candidate will come* forward to claim the support of the electors. . I would accordingly waijn' ray fellow-electors not to allow themselves to be practised upon in this manner, but to remain -unfettered by pledges, and j freeio vote for t...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 12 December 1874
is published, at the Office, Mar*den street , Burrowa, evert/ Saturday morning, in time for circulation by the early Mails all over tins Colony. Terms of Subscription. : — When paid in advance for 3 months, 5s ; if booked, 6s, Si ngle copies, (id. All accounts are rendered quarterly, and prompt settlement is requested. For Advertisements the following are the charge* :— For Vie first inch or less of space, 3*. ; for evxry subs** . quent inch or less of the same advertisement, 1». 6d. A reduction of twenty Jive per cent will be made on all advertisements inserted for three months s and of 10 per cent, if inserted for one month. BuEnowA .? — Printed and published by Gsoftas Eibok, at the Newt' Office, Mariden atr««*.
EAST SYDNEY ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 12 December 1874
EAST SYDNEY ELECTION. We understand the following to be the state of; the poll in East Sydney as finally declared by 'the' Returning-officer : — .-.. . ; -?'? Parkes..... ? 3829 ' Macintosh ? .3651 Stuart ? 3083 ???-. -A Davies......,, ? ....2394 :-'?''. Cameron..,. ? 2189 Moore ? I960 ' Forster ? 1502 . Young ? 1140 Flood ? „ ? 804 Pemell ? * ? eg] O'Cpimell ? 68 Douglass ? 50 Pawsey ? 23
POST-OFFICE TIME-TABLE. ARRIVAL AND DESPATCH OF MAILS. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 12 December 1874
fefif^^gfB^jiffi^&ii^ [?] ;? ntedny, Thursday, and Saturday, at 5:20 p.m. u 3F^Dnf©altoti^^iJtye l*^kifOniBawdiy«-it ^ Frpnj'Jteid^s Flat,- e# Phil's: Cteek and Hovell's ' ? Creek s;On|laonday^jat 5 f-va^i ''' - ^ . .'?'??'?. \ '?:. Depaexdees. For Yass and Tangmangaroo : On.JUcnday, Wed ? ijesday^ Friday,- and Saturday, atS'lO a.in. V For Young & Marengo : On Wednesday^Thiu-sdav; _,._,;. 4DdSaJ«rdsj:, at 5'ipj).m., .'.„ J l._._ ?__ ,; ' .„„.; f^oriiyeiParkTOid'Daltdn2: ^OnTFriday, at 7. a.™. — For J^id'^FIaK^Xff Tfc^l'B,Cree1i*aiidl Hovell's j^jSJeek j'^--n Sunday, jit J.0 i.ni , : 1 ~ - '.:... Money-orderB issued -daily, from 9 a.m. until: On Sunday, the Office will be open between the Lours of 1 ?ptm^iua&.2 p.m., for delivery only.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 12 December 1874
Electoral District of The Lachlan. ^TiTGTICE is ' Jiereby given that a Public X^' feting of tbe Electors of the Electoral District. of the Lacblan will be held at the Couirt-&ouse at Burrowa on MONDAY, the Fourth Day of January next, at noon, for the purposed! Electing ra Member to represent the Electorate in the. Legislative Assembly. And in the event of the said Election being . contested, a Poll will be taken at the various Pojlingrplaces undernamed on TUESDAY, 4}ie i2th Day of- January next, commeucing at f o'clock- in the forenoon, and ending at 4 o'clock in the afternoon. POLLING-PLACES: Bnrrowa Wallah Wallah Binalong Baudon Marengo Lower Bland . Cowra ' Wowingragong '. Murrimboola Giehfell Condobolin Gunning Flat Young Womuat Morangarell Jugiong, and Rye Park, Pudraan Creek. . WILLIAM D. CAMPBELL, Eeturning-Officer. Beverley, Burrowa, 3rd December, 1874. £2 Reward. 8TBAYED, from Kangiaroo, one CHES NUT DRAUGHT HORSE, branded GJj on shoulder, white blaze down face. The...
WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 12 December 1874
WEEKLY CALENDAR. Moon's first quarter— Dec. 16th^-at 10-29 p.m. g__ . _ . __- c ?- ? ? ? . I * ' I & B r , ..... DO d) *g *S Remarkable Events. . 'c ™ II - I * n. m. h. M. 13 S 3rd Sunday in Advent. 4 44 7 3 14 -M- Prince Albert died, 1861 4 44 7 4 15 Tu ? 4 44 7 4 16 W [1825 4 45 7 5 17 Th Gov. Darling arrived in Sydney, 4 45 7 6 18 F Copper Ore die. W. Aus., 1846 4 45 7 7 19 S Bass disc. Twofold Ba}', 1797 4 45 7 7 ??5 : %§t IhuTofoa: |§ta SATUB^AT.DjECEMBEE 12th, 1874.