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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 26 December 1874

Billet- woopt billet-wood ! Tenders are invited for the Supply OF AT P. H. SCOTT'S UNION STEAM FLOUR MILLS, BURKOWA. THE COURT-HOUSE HOTEL, BURROWA. BENJAMIN LONG HAS ALWAYS ON HAND ALL KINDS OF THE BEST OF LIQUORS, AT MARKET PBICES. CIVILITY AND ATTENTION TO ALL WHO MAY CALL. Cut Hay and Corn always on hand. THE HIGHEST PRICE GIVEN FOE FORAGE. NOTICE. GREEN HIDES and SHEEPSKINS Purchased, for CASH, by the under signed. A. HANCOCK. Burrows, 19tb June, 1874. BKOCK & BltOUGflTON, Slock %- Station Agents, AND AUCTIONEBS, ?sroTrasra- £10 Reward. ^JTOLEN, or Strayed, from Gegnlialong, O in January last, one BAY GELDING, with black points, 16} hands high, broken in to harness, small star in forehead, branded ED on near shoulder. If stolen, £10 will be paid for information procuring the conviction of the thief ; or £2, if strayed, on delivery at the ' Bubbowa News ' Office, or to C. BLOOMFIELD, Gegullalong. October 28rd, 1874. GENUINE ANNOUNCEMENT. DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP! GEEAT...

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Latest Intelligence. SYDNEY—DECEMBER 24, 7-40 P.M. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 26 December 1874

---? - $!k\imt : Intelligence. : \;.:(Fb0M.;MeSSBS. -TQBDQN AND.rGojCH.), ... :[SS ELEOTBIO TELEGBAPH.] SYDNEY -December 24, 7-40 p.m. ' The following have been elected for the constituencies named : — Major Shepherd for the Nepean ; Mr. Wright for Queanbeyan, by a majority of 100 over Mr. W. Forster ; Mr. Greville for Braidwood;. Mr. Phelps for Balranald ; Mr. Bawden for Grafton. Parliament has been further prorogued to the 12th of January next. Two escaped convicts from New Caledonia have arrived in Brisbane. Sir Alfred Stephen has been presented with a testimonial to the amount of £1500. The wool sales have been brisk at former rates. Fat cattle have advanced from 15s. to £1 per head. The price of fat sheep is unaltered. Wheat is quoted at 5s. 6d. The weather yesterday was intensely hot and accompanied by terrific gales which did considerable damage in the city. Several destructive bush fires are raging in the suburbs. There has been a disastrous fire at Windsor, by which 80 or 4...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 26 December 1874

What will lie the upshot of the general elec tion iB a question which the friends of Mr. Parkes may well ask that gentleman. In the midst of the session, with very important public business before it, the Assembly is dissolved, and the members sent to solicit the suffrages of their constituents, not from any adequate cause— hot that a factious majority compelled the Premier to appeal to the country— but simply because his personal indecorous and overbearing conduct had re ceived a decided check. It is time that the people of New South Wales should estimate at its proper value the political capacity of the man who thus, with the assistance of .the Grown, tramples on our Legislature; who, without consulting his usual Bupporters, without obtaining supply, or providing for the ordinary necessities of Government, has the audacity thus to put the country to the trouble and expense of a general election. Although a perfectly legitimate subject of inquiry, we do not discuss the private char...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 9 January 1875

®fjc §urcofo» !jtefo$ is published at the Ojjffce, Marsden-street. Burrowa, every Saturday morning, in time for circulation by the early Mails all over the Colony. Terms of Subscription .— When paid in advance for 3 months, 5s. ; if booked, 6s. Single copies, 6d. All M accounts are rendered quarterly, and prompt settlement^ is requested. For Advertisements the following are the charges :— For the first inch or less of space, 9s. ; for every subse quent inch or less of the same advertisement, Is. 6d. A reduction of twenty five per cent, will be made on all advertisements inserted for three months ; and of 10 per cent, if inserted for one month. Bubbowa .—Printed and published by Geoegb Eabon, at the News' Office, Hareden-stretf.

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IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 9 January 1875

IMPOUNDINGS. Murp.umbvjrrah. — Impounded at Murrumbur rah, on December 21st, from Harden, by James Roberts, Esq. : Chesnut mare, INs over JK conjoined near shoulder, hind feet white, broken. Chesnut filly, like B near shoulder, star. Bay mare, M W sideways near thigh, like M W sideways over S B near shoulder, docked switch tail, white spots on back, broken ; foal at foot, unbranded. Bay horse, B over T with like R near shoulder, blaze, off fore foot a little white, pulled tail, broken, aged. White mare, saddle and collar marked, bell and hobble-strap on, indistinct brand like T or 7 over MM conjoined over H R near shoulder, J D off shoulder, aged. Also, on same day, from Cunningham's Plains, by order of D. H. Campbell, Esq. : Grey entire, 2 3 near shoulder, star, pulled tail, unbroken. Also, on December 23rd, from Cunningham's Creek, by Mr. D. Bradford : Bay horse, H W near and off shoulders, star and Bnip, hind feet white, broken. Chesnut horse, S»P5 near shoulder, -? near rump, ba...

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SHOPPING. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 9 January 1875

?S HOPPING. Gloves, madam? What eize?- Six and a quarter? Let me see your hand, please. I'm bony to have kept you waiting; but that lady couldn't make up her mind.- First she wanted a. particular shade and three buttoiiB,- and ' then she thbughtthreebuttonB came too-dear, and wanted two, and I had to hunt through all the boxes for a pair or that colour ; -and when it was tounq, sue fancied she had seen a pair of a shade she liked better in one of -the other boxes,- and - we had to go through them all again. Tiresome ? Well,' it is a little tiresome at first; -but one soon gets used to it; and that is why we are expected to serve two or three customers at a time, so as to give one leisure for making up and changing her mind while we are serving another, you know. Yes, it iB tiresome in another way, that sometimes the difficult lady needs us to help her through her doubts and deliberations, and then the second customer, who is more easily Buited, gets tired of waiting, and perhaps goe...

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THE END OF FEMALE EDUCATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 9 January 1875

THE END OF FEMALE EDUCATION. Tiie chief end to be proposed in cultivating the understandings of women is to qualify them for the practical purposes of life. ','?' : : ? Their knowledge is not «ften,^ike the learning of men, to bo reproduced' in some literary com position, and never m any learned profession ; but it is to come out in conduct,' it is ' to be ex hibited in life and manners. A lady studies, not that she may qualify her self to become an -orator or a pleader, not that she may learn to debate, but to act. She is to read the best books, not so much to enable her to talk of them, as to bring the im provement which they furnish to the rectifica tion of her principles and the formation of her habits. ' The great uses of study to women are to en able her to regulate her own mind and to be instrumental to the good of others. ' To women, therefore, whatever be her rank, I would recommend a predominance of those more sober studies, which, not having display for their object, may ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 9 January 1875

AGENTS. nnHE following gentlemen Lave consented J. to act as Agents for the ' BURROW A NEWS,' and will receive all Moneys due to the Proprietor, Subscribers' Names, and Orders for Advertisements : — Cootamundra— Mr. Michael 'Mullaly. Murrumburrah — Mr. Chabi.es J. Dillon. Graham — Mr. Edwasd Keeb. Keid's Flat — Mr. Christopher O'Leaiiy. 81% |jiuTofo;i Dfrfos SATUBDAY, JANUARY 9th, 1875.

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SHIP LOST BY FIRE. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 9 January 1875

SHIP LOST BY FIRE. ( From the Melbourne Age, December 21.) The fine clipper ship Apelles, which left here only a few months ago with horses for India, re turned on Friday night, having made successful passages each way. The return trip has not beeu made without incident, a large clipper ship having been seen almost totally consumed by fire, but no clue could' be obtained aB to her name, although Captain M'Lay hovered around her for several hours, first with the idea that some of the crew might be in their boats in close proximity and re quire assistance, and when on a close search nothing was seen of either boats or crew, he then waited and made a minute examination, endea vouring to ascertain the name of the vessel, but without avail. The following graphic description, kindly supplied by Captain M'Lay, is not without interest, and gives full particulars, not only of the buming ship, but also of a violent cyclone en countered by the Apelles :— Cleared the Sand Heads at 1 p.m. on the...

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Latest Intelligence. SYDNEY—JANUARY 2, 3.45 P.M. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 9 January 1875

Ifiitest $nteUig*iwe. (Fbom Messes. Gordon am- Gotcii.) SYDNEY -Januaey 2, 8-54 p.m. At Tattersall'fl Races, the Maiden Plate waB -won by Melbourne ; the Two-year-old Stakes by New Holland ; Tattersall's Stakes by See Saw ; the Cup by. The Arrow, Blair Athol being second, and Lord Lyon third ; the Selling Stakes by Adventurer ; and the Free Handicap by Sunlight. January 8, 5-20 p.m. The Suez Mail steamer Pera was signalled at Adelaide at 9*30 this morning. 620 p.m. Mr. Watson Las. been elected for the Wil liams ; Mr Montague for Monaro ; Mr. Dangar for the Gwydir ; Messrs. Suttor and Booth for East Macquarie ; Mr. Lord for the Bogan ; and Mr. Hay for the Murray. Mr. Wytkes is likely to be returned for Wellington, and Mr. Bennett for Liverpool Plains. The City Corporation is iu difficulties, the Bank having stopped further overdraft ; half the labourers and carters are to be dismissed to-morrow. The Government intend to call for tenders for a permanent Mail contract via San Fran cisc...

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MINISTERIAL MANAGEMENT OF SELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 9 January 1875

- MINISTERIAL T MANAGEMENT OF . . SELECTIONS. * The subjoined paragraph is an extract from Hrt E. Butler's speech on the day of.his jetum,fpr_ Argyle, as reported in the Goulburn Heraid: — I A remedy wd required Vila the wiode-inwhifchr Mr. Parkes and his. colleagues managed the elections of the 'colony. At present, the more prominent a, Government hack was the better his chance of beine elected. The . elections for the districts which Ministers and' their ^friends reprer sented took place first, to give them a chance of seeking election at the bauds of another consti tuency in the event of defeat, while the elections at other parts, and those of members in opposition, . were put so far back as to leave a defeated can didate no chance of re-election. The election for Argyle was put off very late ; but as far as he was concerned It did not matter, for if not elected for Argyle he would go nowhere else. The Government were looking out for tools and syco phants, men who would vote with...

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BURROWA COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 31. (Before W.J.E. Wotton, Esq.) Vagrancy. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 9 January 1875

^BUEHOWA COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS. iTflUBSDAY, December 31. -Before W. J. E. Wptton, Esq.)' ' ';-_ ??' Vaarancu. ? 4 ?-MaTgHretvHoIineg pleaded guilty to the above charge, and was sentenced to three months' im prisonment with hard labour to Young gaol. L ?'?» TOEBDAY, JaNUAEY 6. ' CharleB Douglass was convicted of vagrancy, and sentenced, to one month's imprisonment in Young gaoL ' ? James Denney pleaded guilty to a charge of drunkenness, and it being bis first offence, he was discharged with a caution. s » Wednebday, January 5. (Before W. D. Campbell and W. J. E. Wptton, 'Esquires.} Thomas Hayes pleaded guilty to a charge of being drunk and disorderly, and was fined 5s. . . The'same defendant was convicted of having used profane language, in, Market-street, on. the previous evening, knd was fined 10s. ' 'Daniel O'Kourke pleaded guilty to a charge of, having used obscene language within hearing of a public place, and was fined £1 and costs. Sureties of the Peace. Thomas Eyan y. Mary ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 9 January 1875

BILI4ET- WOOD ! BILEET-WOOD ! Tenders are invited tbr the Supply OE AT P. H. SCOTT'S UNION STEAM FLOUR MILLS, BURROWA. THE RECENT FIRE. I HEREBY tender my most grateful thanks to the people and Police of Burrowa, who, on the morning of the 4th instant, so successfully exerted themselves to extinguish the alarming fire which was then raging on my premises. My especial thanks are due to Mr. J. H. Clampett, who raised the alarm, by which the safety of my family was secured, and the neighbours were so quickly gathered together from all parts of the township. D. J. O'NEILL. Burrowa, January 8th, 1875. REID'S FLAT RACES, To come off on February 1st and 2nd, 1875. First Day. — First Race. The Town Plate of £10,— For all horses ; 2 miles ; one event ; weight for age. Second Race. The Maiden Plate of £7, — For all horses that have never won an advertised prize ; H mile ; weight for age. Thied Race. The Publicans* Pukse of £5, — For all horses that have never won over that amount ; three time...

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DISTRICT COURT, BURROWA. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 9 January 1875

DISTEICT COUET, BUBBOWA. The following is a list of plaints entered for hearing at tfie ensuing sittings of the Burrowa District Court, to be holden on Thursday, January 14th:— Continued Causes. 25. — William and Mary Maher v: William and Sarah Steele ; slander, £200— Mr. Donovan for plaintiffs. 28. — William Steele v. Bartholomew Shea ; tres pass, £200. Mr. L. A. Windeyer for plaintiff ; Mr. H. G. Donovan for defendant. 29. — Sydney Steele v. Bartholomew Shea ; tres pass, £30. Mr. L. A. Windeyer for plaintiff ; Mr. H. G. Donovan for defendant New Causes. 1. — John Percival v. James Hardyman ; malicious prosecution, £200. Mr. W. F. Wilkinson for plaintiff ; Mr. H. G. Donovan for defendant. 2. — William Randall v. James Hardyman-; mali cious prosecution, £200. Mr. W. Fr Wilkinson for plaintiff ; Mr. Donovan for defendant. 3. — Bartholomew Shea v. William Steele ; tres pass, £30. Mr. H. G. Donovan for plaintiff ; Mr. L. A. Windeyer for defendant. 4. — A. J. S. Bank v. Joseph Martin, j...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 9 January 1875

THE LATE FIRE. I BEG to return my sincere thanks to numerous friends, neighbours, and Police of Burrowa for their gallant, courageous, and successful efforts in suppressing what would have been, but for their timely and brave exertions,' a most disastrous fire. ?WM. B. PETT. Burrowa, January 6tb, 1875. CAUTION. /~\N and after this date, all persons found \J Trespassing on my Private Property, known as J. Eoberts' 1144 acres, on Meri gullagoug, in the county of King, parish of Gunnary, or on my Conditional Purchase of 240 acres, adjoining the above private property, will be prosecuted to the utmost rigour of the law. JAMES DWYER, Burrowa Eiver. January 7th, 1875. NOTICE. A BROWN HORSE, branded &Vf on near shoulder, illegible brand on off shoulder, is now running at Lang's Creek. The owner is requested to claim the animal without delay. MICHAEL COUGHLAN, Lang's Creek. January 8th, 1875. st. Patrick's school, rpHE duties of this School will be resumed JL on Monday, 11th of Janu...

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LOCAL LAND REVENUE. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 9 January 1875

LOCAL LAND EEVENDE. ^ehave^een^vi)urediibyj[r:j\^) J^WoJJflg received at the Burrowa Land Office during the year 1874; — Deposits on Conditional Pubchases. Quarters. . ' £ s d March ? 3207 2 6 June... ? 2493 2 6 September ? 2834 17 6 December ? 3564 8 9 £12,099 11 3 Inteeests C.P, Mar-to ? : ? 1426 8 11 J«ne ? ? -....'. ? 43 18 3 September ? 29 16 3 December ? 16 16 0 £1516 19 5 Balances and Instalments. March ? 355 0 3 June ?? ? 240 0 0 September ? 549 15 0 Deeds on above (19) ? 19 0 0 £1163 15 3 Land Sold at Auction. March ? : ? 379 10 0 Ju°e ? 144 2 9 September ? 311 8 0 December ? 442 8 9 Deeds on above (23) ? 23 0 0 Selections after Auction & Deeds March ? i48 5 0 June ? 321 0 0 September ? 339 15 q December ? 279 5 0 £1088 5 0 Leases ? 832 71 7 Licenses ? 19 0 0 £18,020 7 6 Miscellaneous. District (Jourt Fees ? 21 9 0 Lithographs 6old ? 1 8 0 ' Sheep Assessment ? 91 10 0 1 Licenses granted by Bench ? 8 3 4 1 Fines ? 131 14 oj Dog Eegistration ? 315 q] Fees of Court ? 2...

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STOCK AND STATION REPORTS. [BROCK & BROUGHTON'S REPORT.] [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 9 January 1875

STOCK AND STATION REPORTS. [Brock & Broughton's Report.] Fat Stock : We have 60 head of prime bullocks coming forward about Monday, and have delivered 22 head on account of Mr. Harold. We quote bullocks, from £7 to £8 10s. ; cows, £6 to £7 10s. ; wethers, 8s. to 9s. ; ewes, 7s. to 8s. Store Cattle : No transactions to report, the continued dry weather makes buyers unwilling to operate, well-bred lots however in good condition would find purchasers at fair rates. We quote bullocks, at from £4 15s. to £6 ; cows, £4 to £5. Store Sheep : Young ewes have been inquired for, but till rain falls there will be a difficulty in quitting sheep in any quantities. We quote wethers, from 6s. to 7s. Gd. ; young ewes, 8s. 6d. to 11s. ; aged ewes, 4s. to 5s. Stations : Unstocked back country is coming more into favour ; we have had several inquiries this week and hope shortly to conclude sales. Young, January 8th 1875.

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POST-OFFICE TIME-TABLE. ARRIVAL AND DESPATCH OF MAILS. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 9 January 1875

POSTVOFFIGE Mri^.tiLBLBi jLBEIVAt tANP DESPAJ^H^F MAILS.; \'£- ':?'?'-.''-?:?? '.'' Ahbivals. ' : :?' '. ;-. . From Saw & Tflngmangaroo ; On TuesdayyiWed .:-.'.' .. nesday, Thursday, and Saturday, at ipym. ~ FronvYoungind Marengo i QnThursday,;.FridayJ -V-v' .:tad^n-tej^''at6:I-.m.- ' jfrom'^ll^riaaiia Eye Park : ; On Saturday, at 6 '?;'-?; 'ji.in.:vv ,7;* ' 'i;V T?^ 'S;- ''???-' 'i-2, ' -:: ?' Trom Heid's Elat, »fe S?hil's Creek and HoVell's ? .Creek : On Monday, iit 5 p.m. ,. ? Departures. ?;? For Yass and Tangmangaroo : On Monday, Wed ? nesday, Friday, and Saturday, at 610 a.m. For Young & llarengp :. On Wednesday^ Thursday, . and Saturday, at 4*20 p.m. ? ; ? - ? ^ j : For Eye Park and Dal ton : On Friday, at 7 a.m. ,Jor Jleid's JTJat, siaPJiire Creek and Hovell's fteek: On Sunday,. at6, a.m. '.,??' Honey-orders issued daily, from 9 a.m. until 4 p-tn. \\ . . . On Sunday the^Office will beopen between the hours j-f 1 p.m. arid 2 p.m^ ^for delivery only.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 9 January 1875

. Extract from TOWN AND COUNTRY JOURNAL, November 29th, 1874 ' In regard to Messrs. Eiley Brothers' business announcement in another column, with respect to the forwarding o£ bales of goods to country resi dents, we have 'been requested to state that the goods are of die best quality, and imported from the leading London, and Manchester, and provin cial houses. The £5 packages are about two feet square, and are forwarded, by arrangement with Messrs. Cobb and Co., to any post-town, free of carriage, within 300 miles north, or south, or west . of Sydney. In order to meet the convenience of free-selectors, or persons residing beyond the ?ordinary mail routes, there are packages made up for transmission by pack-horse, &c. The packages are guaranteed to be delivered within six days from the receipt of orders sent to their address — 167 and 169, Oxford-street (formerly South Head Boad), or 608, Brickfield-hill. On a recent visit to the establishment it was found that there was an ...

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WEEKLY CALENDAR Moon's first quarter—Jan. 15th—at 7.27 a.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 9 January 1875

WEEKLY CALENDAR. Moon's first quarter — Jan. 15th — at -7-27.a.m. I. I ? . ? ? t A 'g 'S Eemabkable Events. c ™ II ? ? ' I * ? H. M. B. M. 10 S 1st Sunday after Epiphany. 5 0 7 13 11 M Wreck of- s. London, 1866 5 17 13 12 Tu Gold first disc., in -N.S.W.; 18515 2 7 13 13 W [1788 5 3 7 13 14 Th First Convicts arrived in Botany 5 3 7 13 15 F Sandwich Islands disc, 1778 5 5 7 13 16 S 5 57 13

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