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

In the case of tbe man found with ten bullets in his head, a Missouri jury decided that he had been '6hot, or met with some bad accident in some manner not just now known.' When a Western editor is in a hurry, hedoesn t waste words by saying ' It rained.' Ho simply writes :— ' After many days of arid desiccation, the vapoury captains marshalled their thundering hosts, and poured out upon scorching humanity and the thoroughly incinerated vegetation a few inches of aqua pluvialis.' A Virginia man recently evolved from his inner consciousness a bravery that throws the doings of thoBe fellows at Thermopylae com pletely in the shade — he eloped with his own mother-in-law.

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

I Extract from f TOWN AND COUNTRY JOURNAL, Novembee 29th, 1874. 'In regard to Messrs. Eiley Brothers' business announcement in another column, with respect to the forwarding of bales of goods to country resi 1 dents, we have. been requested to state that the goods are of the best quality, and imported from the leading London, and Manchester, and provin cial booses. 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 . ...

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POST-OFFICE TIME-TABLE. ARRIVAL AND DESPATCH OF MAILS. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 23 January 1875

;;||Pf^rFH5E i OTMP-f ^JCife.'.;?;. [?] Sfcofti Beid'fl#Jat,~ *fc» iPliH's %eek?ahd Hovieii'r: Creek 1 Oh'Monday, at Sp.iii.-~ ^ i ' ' ?- .; '3 -?';..-? -Departures. .-'??: .. ?:? For YasBSndTangmarigaroo : On Monday, 'W«dj nesday, Friday, and Saturday^ $'0§.-*n?ii- For Young &Marengo:,Oo Wednesday, Thursday^ and Siturdny, at i^On.in.^ ^j. ^-sui^_J 4For4lye4-«i'1t:4hd3)a1^ii i4)n iPriilay, at f^wtn. - - For Keidte^Jat; *ia |4il- Creek: and Hovell'B .... ? Creek: Ojf Sunday, ^t.$Ia..m,','. .'.'?' Moneys-orders iBBued' daily, ^from: 9 a.m. until ?4 p.m. ?'' . '?_'.-. ; On. Sunday the Office will be open between the hours of I p.m. and l2pAU., for'deliv'ery only. ' ?,

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THE NEW PARLIAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 23 January 1875

THE NEW PARLIAMENT. East Sydney ? H. Parkes,0 B628 votes J. Macintosh,0 3651 votes A. Stuart, 3063 votes J. Davies, 2394 votes Newcastle ? G. A. Lloyd,* 641 votes Paddington ? J. Sutherland,0 unopposed * Paramatta ? Hugh Taylor,0 460 votes C. J. Byrnes, 361 votes The Glebe ? G. W. Allen,0 1239 votes Newtown ? S. C. Brown,0 unoppooaed The Hastings ? R. B. Smith,0 unopposed Shoalhaven ? J. Warden,0 unopposed Wollombi ? J. A. Cunneen,0 432 votes Hartley ? T. Brown, unopposed Narellan ? John Hurley,0 unopposed West Sydney ? J. Robertson,0 2705 votes G. R, Dibbs, 2294 votes H. C. Dangar, 2207 votes A. Cameron, 2129 votes WindBor ? R, Driver,* 255 votes Northumberland ? J. C. Stevens, 1305 votes East Maitland ? S. Scholey,* 252 voteB Patrick's Plains ? W. C. Browne,* 644 votes Morpeth ? K. Wisdom, 300 votes Orange ? H. L. Neleon,° 550 votes West Maitland ? H. E. Cohen, 343 votes St. Leonard's ? J. S. Farnell,0 856 votes Goulburn ? W. Teece,* unopposed Kiama ? Captain Charles, 405 votes Ya...

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MORT & CO.'S MONTHLY CIRCULAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 23 January 1875

MOBT & CO/S MONTHLY tJIBCULAR. Ons local market for wool Has recently exhibited a somewhat better tone as regards the higher grades, with, in some cases, a decided improve ment for particular brands favourably known to buyers ; but for the more faulty wools values remain much the same. Certainly, sales of these have been made with greater freedom, but this is attributable rather to a disposition on the part of owners to accept reasonable prices than to the anxiety, of speculators to «perate. For greasy wools of the better class, the demand for America, although comparatively limited, lias hitherto kept prices steady, but competition from this quarter having almost ceased, a relapse in prices has been experienced. It is, however, satisfactory to know that among the wools which will go forward on American account, there are many of a character which, it may be hoped, will induce a considerable augmentation in the demand from thence next season. Seedy and faulty greasy, of whic...

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COMMERCIAL. BURROWA PRICES CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 23 January 1875

COMMERCIAL. - BURROWA PRICES CURRENT. Flour, fine, £12 10s. per ton. or £1 6s. per bag. Ditto, seconds, £11 10s. per ton. Bran, £3 103. per ton. Wheat, 43. per bushel. Maize, Gs. per bushel. Oats, 3s. Her bushel. Hay, £5 per ton Barley none offering. ^ Cheese, (3d. per ll-. Butter, Is. per 1b. Bacon, Gd. per lb. Eggs, 9d. per dozen. Potatoes, 12'. per cwt. Sheepskins, 2-1. to 6d. per lb. Hides, 3d. per lb. Sawn Timber (delivered), 15s. per 100 feet. Wattle bark, £3 10s. per.ton. STOCK AND STATION REPORTS. [Robinson and Hesnahd's Report.] Fat stock: Owing to the continued drouirht, this class of stock is getting scarce. We have no sales to report. Store cattle : We have spv' ral prime mobs we could offer on stations in the vicinity. We this week sold 439 head of bulb-rks for Mr. Alex. Mii nro of Maitland, to Mr. William Marshall at a fair figure for cash. Store Sheep: Business in this description of stock is dull, and few enquiries are being made. We have two lots near town to be ins...

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HOLY CATHOLIC GUILD, BURROWA BRANCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 23 January 1875

uoi/Y mprsJibvic e u iid,. ?BBR0Wi? J3BASCIT. A GEKEnAL meeting of tlie members of St. Patrick's iBrnncii . ii£ ithe 'Holy Catholic Guild was beiiLin tb'e^Ilouian tJatbolic School, Burrowa* on Sunday ?' lasti. ; inhere were about 50 members present.. ^ a:-..% ,;?;?';?--? ?-.' ?' . Vj Tlie-Re:vyJ. Dunne occupied the chair. ,.;r After s -few'-. -preliminary rcinnrkfi, the Rev. Chairman called upon the. Warden of tlie Society {iir.S. H.,-Clampet!) to-read the following Half-yearly Report. BbethbeN;— Y^iiir .Council, in presenting to. you i^s-. second? Ualf'yeaVly Report, flrave'reiifioh ''to congraiilate'you-tipon ihe-proRpefity WlriClr has attended ihe Society during the past half-year. .. MembcrB.— rTJie iiumlier of members .has .consi derably increased, and there is good hope of fur ilier accessions as the advantage)*, spiritual and . temporal, nf Ihe Society, are becoming Littler un derstood and appreciated throughout the district. At the cIokc of the last half-year there were 50 f...

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SMALL DEBTS COURT. (Before W. D. Campbell and W. J. E. Wotton, Esquires.) Damage done to Growing Crop. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 23 January 1875

SMALL DEBTS COURT. (Before W. D. Campbell and W. J. E. Wotton, Esquires.) Damage dona to Growing Crop. for labour, £1 13s. As no special agreement was proved to have existed between the parties, the Bench considered the plaintiff entitled to the ordinary rate of wages current at the period of the year during which he. was in defendant's em ployment ; aud this being from lambing up to shearing, they allowed him at the rate of 15s. per week, and gave a verdict for £1 10s. 10d., this being the balance due by defendant at that^ratc *uf wagcC '' ''?' .' ' ~ Watebholk Flat Racks. — A temporary license was granted to Mr. Frederick J. OXeary, to exer cise his publican's license at the races advertised to take place at Waterhole Flat on Anniversary Day. Leases. — At the Court House, Burrowa, on the 25th January, a sale by auction of the annual lease of the undermentioned pieces of Innd, all wtuate in the parish of Wyangala, and county of King, will be held. The list comprises '4 lots ' of 64...

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Original Correspondence. (To the Editor of the Burrowa News.) [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 23 January 1875

M§0fc Comsjoiit)?jp; (To the Editor of the Burrowa News.) Sib, — Mr, James Watson's characteristic letter in your issue of January 9th, respecting the trustee ship of the road between Burrowa and Young, invites a brief reply. .To put the most charitable construction upon that luminous production, it cannot be considered otherwise than disingenuous and unsatisfactory. My question — as he well knew, despite his disclaimer — referred to the transfer of the trusteeship from the local Bench to the hands of three residents of Young— gentle- men enjoying^the distinguished honour of the district representative's personal friendship. My object was to ascertain the name of the individual I who had been instrumental in effecting that ob- j jeclitniable change in the management of the 1UUU JIKJUCBUUJI. XJ1UL I f|JICIICHDlUlC4IJjpUIIIUllCIH. was denounced in unmeasured terms at the time the Gazelle notification apprised the inhabitants that some evil, but powerful, influence had been exercised w...

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LATEST INTELLIGENCE REUTER'S TELEGRAMS TO AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATION PRESS. LONDON, JANUARY 9. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 23 January 1875

iATEST INTELMGENCE. BEDTER'S TELEGRAMS TO.AOSTRAttAK 4S8»GIATED PBEBS. ? ' V ';? ^'j . London, January?. The Adelaide Loan will remain opeu till tho [ 15tl» inRtaiit. ! ;'---. - :' i ' ;,;Tlie,^dneyLoahJs'at90£. i * ' - The com market -is drooping. '^^L The copper market is without noticeable alterur-^MM (inn.' ~^-f The tin market is active. Straits is worth £W\ Australasian, £94. ' M The Cospatrick Relief Fimd has reached £2578;] Tlie. New' Zealand Government subscribed £1000.1: : . . , Paris, Jandahy 12. % The attempts of Marshal MacMahon to alitain*: new Ministry have failed, but the Cabinet liave^ agreed -tb remain in office provisionally.- '~'^y~~S£ The crisis still cominues, ~ '-?'' 1 ? ? ? * ? Madrid, Jakuary12. ... /_? 'Prince Alphonso landed at Barcelona, and wbs received with great enthusiasm. There wjwan . imposing, religious protection in honour ..of the ? occasion.. . . . s. - Russia, Germany, and Austria have agree to recognise Prince Alphouso as king of Spain. .? Sing...

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

GOULBURN RACES. At the races on Tuesday the weather was hot and the attendance moderate. Maiden Plate. — Fenella, 1 ; Lucifer, 2 ; Sir William, 3. Time, 2.53. A protest was entered against Fenella. Sapling stakes. — The Cardt 1 ; Ticliliorne, 2 ; Maschera, 3. Time, 55 seconds. Card won easily. City Handicap. — Stanhope, 1 ; Magnolia, 2 ; Conqueror, 3. Conqueror and Magnolia cut out the work till half a mile from home, wlion Stan liope caine through and won a good race by a length. Time,_2.46. Pony race. — Butcher Boy, 1 ; Rose de Monde, 2 ; Mi'lly, 3. Won easily. Railway Plate. — Dead-beat between Crazy Jane (8 st.) and Adventurer . (6 Bt. 12 His.) ; Maritana, 3. Time, 2.18. Adventurer won the race in the running off after a fine contest. The races on Wednesday resulted as follows : — . Shorts Handicap. — Dolly Varden, 1 ; Viceroy, 2 ; Conqueror; 3. Won by a length. Galloway Race.— Butcher Boy, 1 ; Milly, 2 j Mignonette, 3. Won easily. Southern Handicap.— Stanhope, 1; Kelso, 2; Craz...

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THE YASS SESSIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 23 January 1875

THE YASS SESSIONS. At the Yass Court of Quarter Sessions, on Mon day and Tuesday last, the following cases were disposed of (as we learn from a telegram in the Burrangang Chronicle) : — William O'Dare, wns found guilty of stealing cattle, tlie properly of Mrs Leliane, ot Berraman gara, and sentenced to twenty cue months', im prisonment. Samuel Jeffs, charged with receiving cattle the property of Mrs. Leliaue, of Berramangara, knowing them to be stolen, was found guilty, and sentenced to four years on the roads. Daniel Morrison, was sentenced to two years' imprisonment in Yass gaol for stealing sheep. the property of Mr. James Ramsay, of Nanaina. ? -laiu-fo M^yr.iar-p in Bnn fif fbis Jafil-JlttlUK.d prisoner) was also found 'guilty of stealing sheep, the property of Mr. Ramsay, and sentenced to four months' imprisonment. John McGee, charged with stealing money at Emu Flat Public House, near Biualong, was found guilty, and sentenced to six mouths' im prisonment. John Edward Peady, cha...

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

Conditional Purchases Burrowa District. — At the local Land Office, on Thursday last, the following conditional purchases were made : — Parish of Bobliara — Patrick Dwyer, 100 acres ; James Dwyer, 40 aores. Parish of Gegiillalong — Ellen Hurley, 83 acres ; John Hurley, 40 acres ; 40 ncres ; Margaret Ryan, 100 acres. Parish of Milora — Patrick Haughey, 40 acrec Parish of Ynndoo — George Morgan Bales, two lots of 40 acres each. Parish of Wyangaln — E-.lwin Lane, 40 acres. Parish of Ware — Charles Nnakes, junr., 81 acres ; John Noakes, 100 ncres ; Michael Har dyjiian, 40 acres. Parish of Gorannna— Silvester Minelian, 7 acres additional on measurement. Bush Finiss. — The weather during the past week has heen intensely hot, a circumstance which may he attributed to the extensive Imsh fires which have been raging throughout this neighbourhood. Yesterday week a fire broke out at Lang's Creek, and so rapiil was the progress of the flames that a shed, belonging to Mr. James Hiilchinson, cont...

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BURROWA COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 20. (Before W.D. Campbell and W. J. E. Wotton, Esquires.) Proceeding under Cattle Stealing Prevention Act. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 23 January 1875

BURROWA COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS Wednesday, January 20     (Before WD Campbell and W J E Wotton,   Esquires)       Proceed ing under Cattle Stealing Prevention Act Mary Nowlan, on behalf of David Nowlan v   C McDonald                   Mr Donovan for complainant         The information of Mary Nowlan was to the effect that two head of working bullocks, the property of the said David Nowlan, and suspected to have been stolen, are in the pssesion of C McDonald, travelling to Young.         Michael Fitzpatrick deposed: I am Senior constable of police stationed at Young; about 10     o'clock am on the 18th instant, I seized two working bullocks which defen...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 23 January 1875

MARRIED, ON Tuesday, 19th instant, at St. Patrick's Church, Burrowa, by the Rev. J. Dunne. CHARLES BLOOMFIELD to ELLEN, second daughter of Mr. GEORGE EASON, of Gegullalong. The Burrowa News SATURDAY, JANUARY 23RD, 1875.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 30 January 1875

WANTED, ONE MILE of DRY LOG FENCING erected. Apply to O. BLOOMFIELD, Gegullalong. WANTED, AN APPEENTICE to the Printing Trade. Apply at the ' News ' Office. Burrowa, Jan. 29th, 1875. WANTED, A BRICK-MAKER, to make 80,000 Bricks. Apply to BADGERY & HINDMARSH, Breakfast Creek, Cowra. JVotice. A LL PERSONS found Shooting or Tres J\. passing on BREAKFAST CREEK, after this date, will be prosecuted by the undersigned. BADGERY & HINDMARSH. Breakfast Creek, Jan. 29th, 1875. TOJLET, ABOUT 15 MILES of Two rail Block and Dog-leg FENCING. Price, £18 a Mile. Specification can be seen at the Royal Hotel, Burrowa, or Breiklast Creek. BADGBRY & HINDMARSH. January 29th, 1875. FOR SALE, OR, WILL BE EXCHANGED FOR SHEEP, A LL tliat FREEHOLD PROPERTY, for J\. inerly known as the ' Times Inu,J1 situated in Court-street, Burrowa, fronting the Government Reserve, comprising a Dwelling-house- of si.-\en rooms, Kitchen, Stable, Coach house, &c This property i6 well adapted for...

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STOCK AND STATION REPORTS. [ROBINSON AND BESNARD'S REPORT.] [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 30 January 1875

-STOCK ? AND STATION BEPORTS. [Robinson and Besnabd's Report.] Fat Stock: We have some nice lots of both ?sheep and cattle on hand. Our sales this week have been 1000 wethers for Mr. James A. McKinnan, Msmagong, to Messrs. McKenzie Bros., and have some cattle to be inspected by the same firm.' Store Sheep: Maiden ewes and weaners are enquired for and would meet with ready sale at market rates. Our sales this week have been, 1200 mixed sheep for Mr. Thomas Musgrove, Burran . gong, to Mr. Edward Menan, Merool, at a high figure. Store Cattle : We have a large number on our books, but in consequence of the dry .weather buyers will not operate. Yonng, January 29th, 1875.

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LATEST INTELLIGENCE. REUTER'S TELEGRAMS TO AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATED PRESS. LONDON, JANUARY 19. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 30 January 1875

LATEST INTELLIGENCE. reuter's telegrams ? ' , ' to australian associated press. London, January 19. The steamship Faraday has returned, having successfully completed the laying of the Inew cable. . ? Germany has accepted a promise of reparation; by Spain iu reference to the German vessel which: was attacked and nlundered bv Carlists. Baron Botbscbild has issued a Brazilian loan of £5,000,000. Singapore, January 22. There is some probability of a rupture between Turkey and Montenegro arising out of the Podgoritza affairs. Turkey has refused to execute the Mahometan offenders until the Montenegrins also implicated are surrendered to the Turkish tribunals. London, January 23. The Adelaide loan of £120,000 has been taken up at 90 ; and the Brazilian Five per cent. Loan at 96 J, which was subscribed for to 6even times the amount required. The wheat market is depressed in consequence of the large foreign arrivals ; and a,©©©,©©* quarters are en route from California. The Copper market has...

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MURRUMBURRAH RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 30 January 1875

1MUBRUMBURRAH RACER These Races commenced on Tuesday last (Anni versary Day), and resulted ? as follows :— The Trial Stakes ; Hhree-quarters of a mile. — A, M'Kenzie's Crombe, 1 ; J. Johnstone'B Fisher man, 2 ; J. Roberts' Cassandra, 3. The Maiden Plate; one mile and a half. — J. Roberts' Miss Jane, 1 ; M. Bdurke's Glencoe, 2 ; -„ W. Regan's Liberty, 3. '??£'? The Publicans' Handicap ; 2 miles.— J. BobertyKf Miss Jane, 1 ; Dempsey and Minehan's StandaraHK 2 ; A. M'Kenzie's Pearl, 3. ^| The Hack Race ; mile lieats. — Mr. Bourke's Eaglehawk, 1 ; Dempsey's Darkie, 2. The day's sport terminated with a hurry scurry, won by Hard Times. On Wednesday, we have been informed that Standard reversed the previous day's running, de feating Miss Jane by a head in the Town Plate Handicap.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 30 January 1875

h ^t^^^Summgonffr Argus says : — The weather still remains dry. and serious apprehensions are being.enterteined for the future. The same ap pearances continde. We have intense beat, then cloafly ^either, and then a breeze, to be followed aJfaiiHby heat ; but no rain beyond, perhaps, a «y:»^flr^ffi{The diBtnct .is very mjjcb. Crowded with Btock.and grass, and what is more important S? riisMl^jrater.ls getting scarce. /.-A cbrresppnllent^ ;; : I^Hng^om Murrumburrah, says : 'Potatoes, .'r hflter, hay. and corn are exceedingly scarce, and - jjBkquentljr dear. If we are not soon blessed ^ t-^th a good fall of rain half the country will be ^^Kiined. Store cattle are going at a song here. - First-class milch cows, with young calves ct foot, ere selling at £3; two months ago the same would have realised £7. Paddocked sheep, in . ? some places, are mere walking skeletons. In fact we are as bad oft now, if not worse, than in 1866.' On Sunday last a, cold east wind sprung up, and blew with {Co...

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