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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 16 January 1875

We cannot allow the late nomination for the Lachlan to pass without comment. On the announcement of the dissolution, the late member, Mr. James Watson, was requested by a large number of the electors to allow himself again to be nominated as a candi date. He consented, and left his business in Sydney to visit most of the important townships in the Lachlan electorate, in order - to give an account of his past conduct as their representative, and to express his views of most of those public matters which wonld be likely to affect his constituents. The result of his canvass was most satisfactory ; opposition seemed extinguished ; and the electors generally congratulated Mr. Watson on his return unopposed. On the morning of the nomination it was Been, however, that a few restless spirits in Bnrrowa were determined to get up an oppo sition, or at all events to prevent a walk-over. The candidate whom they selected, and whom they actually nominated, was Mr. William Forster, a gentleman who...

Publication Title: Burrowa News, The
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THE LITHGOW VALLEY IRON WORKING COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 16 January 1875

THE liETHGOW VALLEY IRON WORKING company: '?- ' The works of this company' ire situated on the northern iside either railway ; line, and , ^nearly opposjte ;Jto,iJGfreg'B Jiptel. ;; Oiling to the. time .which has elapsed between my visit to the spot, and the publication of this letter, very much more has been done than 1 was enabled to report wiien I was there. ' However, 1 shall confine myself *ty what I then saw, leaving it to some, one of your many correspondents to post you up as; to the actual advance made to. date. The properly con sists of 100 acres, leased from Mr. Thomas Brown, of Esk Bank. Within some twenty feet of the railway 'line, a shed 120 feet long and 24 feet wide has been constructed for drying bricks, and men were just then employed -for the purpose of making them. Fire bricks for the furnace were to be made in the first instance, and after that ordinary bricks for the construction of offices, residences, &c. Immediately contiguous to' the ehed a Chilian ...

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Latest Intelligence. SYDNEY—JANUARY 11, 6.50 P.M. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 16 January 1875

JCatest Intelligence* (Fkom Messrs; Gordon and Gotcu.) [by plectr1o telegraph.] SYDNEY- January 11, 6-50 p.m. The Galifornian Mail-steamer Macgregor arrived this afternoon. January 15, 6*10 p.m. . Mr. Randal E. Webster,. Chiefs Clerk ,tq, the Council of Education, has suddenly left the Colony, and a warrant, has been issued for his arrest, on a charge of obtaining money under false pretences. Invitations have been issued for a Minis terial pic-nic on Anniversary Day. ? Actions have been commenced by the Sydney and New Zealand Governments against Mr. Hall's securities to recover on their bond for £20,000 for the due perform ance of the Californian Mail Service. The Mercantile Bank has declared a divi dend at the rate of twelve and a-half per cent, per annum. Political rumours are afloat, to the effect that at the opening of Parliament Mr. John Robertson will move an amendment on the address to the Governor, condemning the general policy of the Government. . Cawswick, charged with the...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 16 January 1875

WANTED, \ GENERAL FEMALE SERVANT. XJL Good Wages given. Apply to , MRS. B. LONG, Court- House Hotel, Burrowa. 40 TONS WATTLE BARK. WANTED, the above. For particulars, apply to WM. B. PETT. Burrowa, January 15tb, 1875. ST. PATlriteEt^ NEW CATHOLIC CHUI&H, 'BTJEEOWA.. AND BRUCE AUCTION, IN AID OF THE FUNDS FOR THE ERECTION OF THE ABOVE CHURCH, WILL BE HELD ON EASTEE MONDAY, (MARCH 29th, 1875), AND FOLLOWING DAYS. Subscriptions and donations are respectfully solicited. J. DUNNE, C.C. St. Patrick's Presbytery, Burrowa, Janijary 16th, 1875. HAVING ENTERED INTO PARTNERSHIP AS AUCTIONEERS, VALUATORS, * GENERAL COMMISSION AGENTS, &C, MARKET-STREET, BURROWA, Are prepared to undertake Sales of Stock and Property of every description, Commissions, Valuations, &c, &c. All Commissions promptly attended to, and Account Sales rendered without delay. HOVELL'S GREEK GENERAL STORE. MARY ANNE KERR BEGS to inform the inhabitants of Hovell's Creek, Fish River, Burrowa Riv...

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AGRICULTURAL RETURNS. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 16 January 1875

AGRICULTURAL RETURNS. The question of manuring iB a consideration that applies to the comparison recently instituted between the agricultural returns of the variouB colonies. The Government statist of Victoria, for instance, compares that colony in certain par ticulars with the other colonies, including New Zealand, as will be seen below. The returns are those of 1873 :— Sodth Australia (1,225,073 acres). Bushels per acre. Total bushels. Wheat ? 7-87 ... 6,178,816 Oats ? 1061 ... 21,337 Barley ? 1009 ... 126,308 Victoria (964,996 acres). Bushels per acre. Bushels. Wheat ? 13-58 ... 4,752,389 Oats ? 15-09 ... 1,741,451 Barley ? 19'84 ... 504,601 New Zealand (376,156 acres). Bushels per acre. Bushels. Wheat ? 25-61 ... 3,391,634 Oats ? 29-81 ... 3,292,807 Barley ? 2741 ... 606,402 New South Wales (456,825 acres). Bushels per acre. Bushels. Wheat ? 13-43 ... 2,238,414 Oate ? 18-71 ... 302,600 Barley ? 1861 ... 66,225 Maize ? 35-48 ... . 750,047 Queensland (64,718 acres). Bushels per ac...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 16 January 1875

^ ? ' ? ::- ; TO BE liET, ? ? THE WMMmmAL HOTEL, sxriaiao'v«rJ&.. mHE PROPBIETOB 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. 12th, 1874. TO LANDED PROPRIETORS, FREE -SELECTORS, AND OTHERS. MR. W. S.7?UAIL, C.E., AND LAND SUEVEYOB, j_5 AVING visited Burrowa, desires to JjL 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. ' '. THE ROYAL HOTEL, PROPEIEJOE. l?i&$t«Giass AeoGi&mQdlatma for SPIRIT8,iA.LES, WINfcS; LIQUEURS, &o., -?'''' THK BEST QUALITY. Good and Commo...

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ENGLISH MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 16 January 1875

ENGLISH MAIL. Letters for the next English Mail-steamer, via Suez,, : must be posted in Burrowa not later than Thursday eyeningnext, January 2lst. AIHctters require an extra Id. stamp, and must bear the ?words—' Via Galle and Suez'

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POST-OFFICE TIME-TABLE. ARRIVAL AND DESPATCH OF MAILS. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 16 January 1875

POST-OFFICE TiME-TABLE. ABEIVAtAKD DESPATCH OP MAILS. from :T*bb & Tangmangarpp ?; OnTuesdayi Wed nesday, Thursday, and Saturday, at -4 p.tn. From Tonng and Majengo : On Thursday, Friday, and Sunday;ati6 j-.m. '.-. *€ -; . ifrom Dalt^n and jEtye |»ark: On Saturday, at:6 ? '- - .p.m. ' . -; . ''??'. .?*???' ?'...'? ??? ? '-. ? ?' ? From Reid's Flat, via Phil's Creek and HovelTa . Creek : On Monday, at 5 p.m; : '''.?'? ? Depastures. For Yass and Tangmangaroo - On Monday, Wed nesday, Friday, and Saturday, at €-10 a.m. For Young & Marengo : On Wednesday, Thursday, and Saturday, at 4*20 p.m. For Bye Park and Dalton : On Friday, «t -7 a.m. For Reid's Flat, via JPJuTb Creek and Hoyell's Creek : On'.Sunday, at 6 a.m. Money-orders issued daily, from 9 a.m. until 4p.m. ?'*''?? '?'?' v ?'-' : ? '? On Sunday the Office ^will be open between the. hours of 1 p.m. and 2 p.m., for delivery only.

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BURROWA DISTRICT COURT. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 16 January 1875

BURROWA DISTRICT COURT. This Court was opened by his Honor Judge McFarland, on Thursday laet, at 10 o'clock. Australian Joint Stock Bank v. Joseph Martin, junr. ; money due, £15 Is. 5d. Mr. W. F. Wilkinson for plaintiff. Settled.   Defended Cases. Malicious Prosecution. William Randall v. James Hardyman ; malicious prosecution, £200. The following jury was empannelled to try this case: — William Bundock (foreman), Michael. Cantwell, Thomas Burnell, and Wm. Balgowan. Mr. Want, instructed by Mr. W. F. Wilkinson, for plaintiff ; Dr. Donovan, instructed by Mr. H. G. Donovan, for defendant. Mr. J. Want opened the proceedings on the part of the plaintiff, and explained to the jury that he should be able to show to their satisfaction that the defendant, in his prosecution of the   plaintiff for the felony, had sworn falsely and maliciously, and without reasonable cause. He then pointed out to the jury that the only way the plaintiff had of clearing his character f...

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[?]A COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS. FRIDAY, JANUARY 8. [?] J.E. Wotton and G. Eason, Esquires [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 16 January 1875

H»COUBT OF PETTY SESSIONS. ^?bTDAY, JANUARY 8. : ?Bj. E. Wotton and G. Eason, ^?^ Esquires.) .??' . ' ^^^HDKi Woods. ?'-???*. ' -\ ^^^?ggdepoBed: On Monday, the 4th ^^^^^ffilBweehah reported to me that he ^^^?B^of£7'6s., during the time of the ^^?raw^-ed on that ;morning at Mr. D. 3. ^HRSt'8?8/ »nd that he could identify ^HBnjnfrom certain information I received ^^HHRSQi search warrant to search prisoner's ^HffiPilHP on the 6th I executed it in company ^?ni|||i§|fi)le Flynn ; I also searched prisoner.; BMpiksiflJraSroner if he had lately paid' any money ipnW&fiaTcii a man named Dennis Ryan ; he said tie bad paid John Hayes 8s. 6d. for Ryan, and also 2s. for drinks, and had. given Ryan 5s. 6d. in cash ; at first prisoner said fie had paid Hayes in silver ; afterwards he said he had paid Hayes a one-pound note which his wife had given him ; on asking prisoner's wife she denied having given him the one-pound note, and he then- said he had taken it out of a purse ; I showed pris...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 23 January 1875

Cfje §uiTofoit Ijtefos Is published at the Office, Manden-street, Burroaa, every Saturday morning, in time for circulation by tht early Mails all over the Colony. Terms of Subscription : — When paid tit advance for 3 months, 5s. ; if booked, 6s. Single copies, 6-f. All accounts are rendered quarterly, and prompt settlement is requested. _ _^ For Advertisements the following are the charge! ;— For the first inch or less qftpaoe, 3«. ; for eery suit* quetit inch or leu of the tame advertisement, 1*. 6d. A reduction of twenty five per oent mil be made oh all advertisements inserted for three nundkt ; and qf 10 per cent, if inserted for one month. Bceeowa .—Printed and publiibed by Ghhi Easov, at the Newt' Office, Mandm-itMk.

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ENGLISH MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 23 January 1875

^ENGLISH MAIL. Letters for the next English Mail-Bteamer, via San Francisco, must be posted in Burrowa not - later than Thursday evening, February 11th.

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IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 23 January 1875

1MP0UNDINGS. Bdbbangong.— Impounded at Burrangong, on January 2nd, from Memagong, by J. A. Mac kinnon, Esq. : — Bay horse, B C off shoulder, C off shoulder, off ear split, near fore and both hind feet white, star, : shod, aged, 15 hands. Brown horse, P over O M over blotched brand near shoulder, star, 6 years, 15 hands. Bay mare, like I L blotched near shoulder, star, j 5 years, 12 hands. j Also, on January 5th, from Back Creek, by Mr. ' John Newland :— f^ Black horse, C A over I over J C near shoulder, ) S B or S R near neck, P N over B off shoulder, near fore and both hind fetlocks white, aged, 15 hands. Bay mare, 5 over like M blotched near shoulder 5 off shoulder, 5 near rump over W near thigh, 5 years, 15 hands. To be sold on January 28th. Cowea. — Impounded at Cowra, on 1st January, 1875, from Watson's Paddock, by J. H. H. Wat son : — Grey mare, like MC over 2 near shoulder, like CON off shoulder, broken, aged, 14 bands. Also, on the same date, from Morouk Creek, by Mr. Philip...

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WEEKLY CALENDAR. Moon's last quarter—Jan. 29th—at 10.38 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 23 January 1875

WEEKLY CALENDAR. Moon's last quarter— Jan. 29th— at 10'38 p.m. d5-J * - ? | J ' ? If ?g *o Remarkable Events. 'c ™ &Jf :. ? * s j H. M. H. M. 24 13 Septuagesima Sunday. 5 12 7 10 26 M Princess Rnyni married, 1858 5 13 7 10 26 Tu Colony of N.S.W. founded, 1788 5 14 7 9 27 W Gold dis. at Snowy River, 1860 5 15 7 9 28 Tli Governor Bligh deposed, 18085 1G 7 8 29 F Gov. Denison ar. in Sydney, 18555 17 7 8 30. S Gold dis. at Port Phillip, 1849,5 18 7 7

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CENTRAL CUMBERLAND ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 23 January 1875

CENTRAL -CUMBERLAND ELECTION. The'. Herald's correspondent states that the official declaration of the poll took place at Liver pool, on Wednesday. At 12 o'clock the Returning Officer, Mr. C'A. Scrivener, announced the state of the poll to be as follows : — Jeanneret, 265 ; Lackey, 692; M'Culloch, 328; Wearne, 624; Raven, 99 ; Reynolds, 8 ; and O'Connor, 391. He would, therefore, declare Messrs. John Lackey and Joseph. Wearne to be duly elected. (Loud Cheers.) Mr. John Lackey said : — I find myself in a very difficult position to-day, inasmuch as it is im possible for me to find words to convej' to you my sense of gratitude for the honour you have conferred upon me in electing me to represent you in Parliament by such a triumphant majority. My thankfulness is all the more magnified when I reflect on the multitudinous influences which were brought to bear against my return through out the electorate, and much of the influence emanated from the highest sources. After what I have done ...

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THE LADIES' INITIATIVE. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 23 January 1875

THIS LADIES' INITIATIVE. 'VTttiZW. 'Balderstone, you are the most pro voking person in the world — always bringing ap_ that absurd idea of yours about our marriage. I should have expected you. at the end of twenty years-io have got tired of it, as Tin sure I hare been for many a day. And to speak of it before people, tool It is positively BhamefuV 'Quite a true idea, however— I will go to death; upon it I was a young- man taken in and done for. Perhaps well forme I wasj but however that may tie, bo was the fact: I advert to the circumstance as a curious-point in human nature, not as opprobrious to you, my 'dear Mrs. B. Clou tent yourself on that score.' ' Point in human nature 1 And so, to illustrate human nature, you are to represent me as having degraded myself by drawing you into matrimony 1 Oh, Mr. B., Mr. B.I' Here all the gentlemen at table set up their ears, as for a coming joke, while the ladies affected to look, excessively indignant Mrs. Balderstone was all injured innocen...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 23 January 1875

We liaue been so intent on watching the arbitrary aud unconstitutional couduct of the Premier, tbat the tyrauuioal proceedings of the rest of the Ministry have escaped the notice which every evasion of the law— every -TECrOEiuUltsul lAWMPhave amacueu. The powers of the Magistracy, are carefully limited by law; the Sues which Justices are author ised to impose are small in amount, and are subject to appeal or revision by a higher Court. Even the powers of the Judges are restrained by Statute and by precedent — by Courts of Appeal, or by the strong voice of ~ a public opinion which does not hesitate to examine their conduct and does not fear to expose their errors. Far different is the condition and circum stance of the Lands Administration in this colony. At present, and under the auspices of Mr. Parkes, the Minister for Lands reigns with uncontrolled power over the very impor tant branch of the Executive which has been entrusted to his supervision. It is true that by the late decisi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 23 January 1875

40 TOXS WATTLE BARK. WANTED, the above. For particulars, :%-!yto WM. S. PETT. Burrowa,' Jnnnnry 15th, 1875. BANK OF MEW SOUTH WALES, nnUESDAY NEXT, tbe 26ih List., being JL Anniversary Day, and n Public Holiday, Ibis BANK will' he CLOSED. FJUNK DEACON, Manager. Bnrrown, 23rd Jaimary, 1875. draught horses. forsTale, A FEW HEAD of GOOD DRAUGHT HOUSES. Apply to C. BLOOMFIELD, Gegullaloug. January 22nd, 1875. CAUTION. ON and after this dale, all persons found Trecptissing ou my Private Property, being one-balf of what is known as J. Roberts' 1144 acres, ou Merignlliigoiig, in the county of King, parish of Gnimiuy, or on my Con ditional Purchase of 240 ucres, adjoining the above private ?property, will be prosecuted to the nliuost rigour of tlifi Jaw. Tuts notification is chief! v directed against persons bricking down my fences anil making romls through my private, properly. JAMES DWYElt, lJuu'owa Biver. January 22nd, 1875. ST. PAT£TC!K$ NEW CATHOLIC CHURCH, BTJRBO-WA.'. AND BRUCE AUCTI...

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Latest Intelligence. SYDNEY JANUARY 22, 5.32 P.M. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 23 January 1875

BaWr|ttlipvctr (Feoh Messes. Goedon and Gotcit.) ^ ?;.: : .: . [by electric telegraph.^ - .'.£TDNJ3T,-: jAKiuunr 22, 5-82 p.m. 'The folldwing ^dividends have been de clared-*-^ The, Australian Joint Stock Bank, ?8 per cent per ami tim, with Iwnus of 2s. per share,- the Commercial Bunk, 22 per cent, per auuum ; the City 13 auk, 8 per cent, perinuunm. . .? ? - ?? .? . . ..-?„.„.. The City Corporation is making further retrenchments in connection with .their working staff. . Satisfactory news has been received from the Palmer; aud a new rush has been dis covered at the Norman by River, 70 miles from Cooklown: A Chess-match, for £20 aside, has been arranged between Mr. Goldsmith, of Mel bourue, aud Mr. Fisher, of Sydney. At the Wool Sales, competition was active for all descriptions. New Wheat is quoted at 4s. 9d. In the Cattle market there is a large num ber forward. Best bullocks are worth £8 10s. to £9. The price of Sheep has improved Is. per head. Best wethers have realised 10s. 6d....

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IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 23 January 1875

1MP0UNDINGS. BURRANGONG. — Impounded at Biirrangong, on January 14th. from Stony Creek, by Mr. C. P. Williams :— I Bay mare, W H over g near shoulder, W C N near rump, N o W off rump, star, collar-marked, aged, 14J hands. Also, on same date, from Stony Creek, by Mr. William Walsh :— Bay mare, R A over J D near shoulder, aged, 15 hands. Bay filly, indescribable Uotched brand near shoulder, running star, near hind foot white, 3 years, 14 hands. Bay filly, indescribable blotched brand near shoufder, off hind cornet white, injured off hip, 3 years, 14^ hands. To be sold on February 4th. * Cowba. — Impounded at Cowrj, on January 6th, from Cuota Creek, by Mr. Andrew 0 Keill :— Chesnut horse, blaze in face, near hind foot white, while spot on near side of back, like J W over i-s near shoulder, collar-marked, aged, 15 baud;. Black horse, star and snip, white patch on each side of withers, like H over J H near shoulder, like SM off shoulder, broken-in, aged, 15 hands. Black horse, white spot...

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