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UNCLAIMED LETTERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 20 February 1875
UNCLAIMED LETTERS. The following is a list (No. 2) of letters lying unclaimed at the General Post-Office, Sydney, as published in the Government Gazette : — Inland Letters 45 John Anderson, Crowther Creek, Borowa 30 Wm Barker, Marengo 70 J. Beckett, Burrowa River 225 Ann Brunemire, care of Mr. Nichols, Burrowa 49 Miss Carroll, care of Mr. Dempsey, Taa mangaroo. 62 John Casey, Murrumbidgee, Yass 63 Thomas Casey, Cowra 98 Patrick Clancey, Cowra 250 Michl., Crowe, Young 251 Michl. Crowe, junr., Young 252 Patk. Crowe, Young 268 C. Cunningham, compositor, Burrowa 17 Edwd. Darsie, Fish River, Burrowa, 51 P. Delohery, Burrowa 53 Mrs. Dempsey, Stony Creek 77 Mr. Dobbyns, Burrowa 116 J. Downing, Cowra 15 Miss Susan S. Faven, care of Mr. O'Lcary,, Burrowa 20 C. Filton, Binalong 56 G. Forde, Burrowa 85 George Gordon, Stony Creek, Burrowa 34 P. Hannon, Back Creek, near Wombat (2) 36 Mr. Hannon, Gap Springs, Jugiong 125 Mr. Hickey, Fishery Creek 142 John Hinds, Burrowa 162 John Hollye, Grenfell ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 27 February 1875
©je §uiToiv;i !jta 2s published at the Office, Martdenstreet ( Burrows, every Saturday morning, in lime for circulation btf4fo early Mails all over Vie Colony. Terms of Subscription : — When paid in advance j&c 3 months, 5*. ; if booked. 6s. Single copies, 6d. '^SE^. accounts are rendered quarterly, and prompt settlement^'' is requeiied For Advertisements the following are the charge* ;— For the first inch or less of space, 'is. ; for &s«ry tvbtf quent inch or h-ss of the same advertisement, it. 63. A reduction or twenty five per cent will be made on all advertkemetiteijnserted for three months ; and of 10 per cent, if inserted for one month. Buhuowa :— 1'rinted und published by OsoBOB Easou, ut the News' OOice, Mareden-rtreet.
RUSSIA AND THE EASTERN QUESTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 27 February 1875
BUSSIA AND THE EASTERN QUESTION. The following significant extract is *iken from the St Petersburg!! Gplos ;? — '' fimi, 'The Oriental question haB recently^, *'*d a new phase, Thein umber of those ?iawelSs^m- ing on the maintenance jo£ the TarkiBh*teSMl»^, quo has greatly diminished. However anxious to Cj continue her traditional policy in the East, Franco is no longer inia position to persuade the 'Sultan that she is leady and willing to protect him. England has adopted the policy of noninterven tion. Only a 'few days ago the Times, the leading paper of England, said that British people' would do well to care only for that portion of Europe called Great Britain. All English Ministers and statesmen have been assuring us likewise, more or less openly for the last few years, that England will never interfere again in the affairs of other nations. Of course we are well aware ? that England looks upon Eastern affairs as intimately bound up with her own ; still there is no denying that ...
BROCK THE SWIMMER. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 27 February 1875
BEOGKrTffiB^IMipR, ~ Amongst the Bone of libouTj Jhereire none more 4e8erFing ^vtfiejr |iar|- ^ajfcinj^than labgit class: of peraonB denominated Beachmen, on , tbe shores of this kingdom: 'To'ithofie-tihk^quamted: with maritime affairs, it may beraas well -to observe, that these .men are bred jto;the, pen, ifrojitheir earliest, infancy, ; are . emplbyed.fin; Jhel Simmer months very frequently tiBregular-sailoBS or fisher men, and during tn© ..autiiirin, .waDter^aifii spring,, when gales arc most frequent on our coast, in going off in. Jjpa(»ito !vesBels |n' distreje^jn all weathers, at the imminent risk of their lives ; fish ing up lost anchors and' cables, and looking out for waifs1 (that is, -anything abandoned or wrecked) ftWchilve winds- and waves 4nay have cast in their .way; '.- In our seaports these persons are usually divided into companies, between whom the greatest rivalry exists in regard to the beauty and swiftriesB of their boats, and tbpir dexterity in managing them t ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 27 February 1875
W)WkM MSMI&lf I WANTED, Af\(~\ BUSHELS of CORN, to be de \X\J \J livered at the Barrowa Mills. TEE HIGHEST CASH MARKET PRICE WILL BE GIVEN. Apply to P. J. GOODWIN, Burrowa Mills. WANTED, ONE MILE of DRY LOG FENCING erected. Apply to C. BL00MFIELD, Gegullalong. NOTICE. ~~ ANY person, or persons, we find Tres passing on the Cucumgilliga Run will be prosecuted. J. & H. KEYS. February 25th, 1875. LEGAL, Mr. BteaPf ($. Baaovaia» tt.A.» SOLICITOR, Attends at Murrumburrah every Court day ; ,, Binalong, Young, and Cowra, on retainer. Office : — Bbial-Stbeet, Bubrowa. DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP. W E respectfully announce that our PABTNERBHIP will be DISSOLVED on the FIRST DAY OF MARCH next, and we shall then proceed to TAKE STOCK. We are very THANKFUL to the numerous customers -who have DEALT , WITH US, and we EARNESTLY INVITE them and others to secure a few . MORE BARGAINS before the present favourable opportunity PASSES BY. To the END OF MABOH we shaU throw oar STOCK OPEN f...
THE NEW MINISTRY AND THEIR INTENTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 27 February 1875
the new; ministry akd -their . .--.-?. ;intjent1cns.. :. 3M&J, RpBERTsbij was re-elected on Tuesday without opposition:' fiis speech on the'occasion was little more ... than ,an_ expanded .version ijf his printed addresij, ';Ijb',cqhtained 4^e sanie lame attempt to :explofA^w$y.AiBobvipU8.'meflning of -the words :of iris,' amendment' by putting -a partial and re stricted' iptV-rpr£'tation jipon them,., and a renewal of the censure upon Mr. Parkes for refusing to nioye tiiat tue governor b message on tue aaaresB be printed (though, by the way, it dropped the charge that Mr. Parkes was bound to hnve made that motion as 'the .Governor's Minister'). It contained also a comparison of the personnel of - the two Ministries far from unfavourable ;'to the new one,' and a general intimation that whilst the last men had talked a great deal about what they I were to do, and had done little, he and his col- j leagues were really prepared to do a great deal ! more in every direction. Acco...
EDWIN HOLT AND CO'S LONDON WOOL REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 27 February 1875
:EDWIN HOLT AJND CO'S LONDON WOOL REPORT. The Fourth and last Series of Colonial Wool Sales for the current year closed on the 17th inst. At the opening of the series there was a fairly numerous attendance of ' buyers, the home trade being strongly represented ; the most notable absentees being those of the German interest. Prices on the first day were quoted, for Austra lian Wools, on a par with September rates, while Japes were pronounced quite Id. per lb. lower. From about the 1st. innt. a decided weakening was perceptible, particularly in the case of all faulty, and the lower classes of unwashed, Wools, which suffered to the «slej)t of Id. to lid. per lb., and Capes lid. to 2d. per. lb. Sydney Wools formed a fair proportion of the quantities offered, and with the exception of the small quantity of superior Scoured participate'd in the- decline above quoted, particularly the lower classes of Fleece Washed, which at the close were fully l£d. per lb. lower than former rates. During...
COMMERCIAL. BURROWA PRICES CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 27 February 1875
COMMERCIAL. - ? BURROWA PRICES CURRENT. Flour, fine, £12 per ton, or £1 6s. per bag. Ditto, seconds, £11 per ton. Bran, £5 per ton. ; 'Pollard, Is. 2d. per bushel. ' Wheat, 4s. per bushel. Maize, 6s. per bushel, jfcts, 5s. per bushel. ^Barley, scarce, 4s. per bushel. Hay, £6 per ton. Cheese, 6d. per lb. Butter, Is. per lb. Bacon, 6d. per lb. Eggs, 9d. per dozen. Potatoes, 16s. per cwt. Sheepskins, 2d. to 6d. per lb. Sides, 3d. to 4d. per lb. Wattle bark, £3 10s. per ton. SawnTimber (delivered), 15s. per 100 feet.
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 27 February 1875
At a time when some alteration in our recognised land policy seems imminent, the results of our past legislation, and the nature of the amendments most pressiogly required, are topics which deserve the most serious consideration. The freeholders and the con ditional purchasers now form a sufficiently numerous body to entitle them to be heard, and their requests carefully weighed, when ever any subject connected with the Crown Lands administration is brought before the Assembly, while the importance of their prosperity to the well-being of the whole colony is becoming thoroughly recognised by all classes of the community. In the petition to the Assembly which we print in another column, the present Land Act is credited with 'being, in some of its provisions, unsuited to the colony, and in others, unnecessarily harassing to the great body of the setters. Of the amendments which the petition advocates, the first, that the area of conditional purchase be extended to 640 acres, is univer...
LATEST INTELLIGENCE. REUTER'S TELEGRAMS TO AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATED PRESS. LONDON FEBRUARY 15 [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 27 February 1875
LATEST INTELLIGENCE. nEUTER'S TELEGRAMS TO AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATED PRESS. T.nvrmw FirnmiAnv IS John Mitchel, who, with other Irish political convicts, was transported to Tasmania, and who, upwards of twenty years ago, escaped to America, was, to-day, without opposition, elected to repre sent Tipperary in the House of Commons. The Government moved for the production of a cer tificate of his conviction for felonv. he not havinsr received either a free or a conditional pardon. The motion was adopted, and on Thursday steps will be taken to declare the seat vacant, and issue a writ for a new election. London, February 16. Dr. Kenealy, the counsel for Orton, and since disbarred for unprofessional conduct, has been elected a member of Parliament for Stokeon Trent. John Mitchel has returned to Ireland, from America. He landed to-day, at Queenstown. The refusal of England to attend the European Conference, in relation to the usages of war, has produced unpleasant impressions in Russia by whom ...
Latest Intelligence. SYDNEY—FEBRUARY 25, 5.20 P.M. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 27 February 1875
Ifategt Intelligence. (Fkom Messes. Gordon and Gotco\) [by eleoteio telegraph.] SYDNEY— February 25, 5-20 p.m. The London Wool Sales opened on the 23rd instant. The total arrivals amount to upwards of two hundred thousand (200,000) bales, eight thousand (8000) of which were offered for sale. The attendance of home and foreign buyers was large ; and the prices realised, compared with last series, show a decline of Id. to lid. per 1b. Febeoary 26, 5*15 p.m. The Premier (Mr. John Sobertson) has declined a banquet from his constituents till after the close of the session, on account of .pressure of public business. Arrangements are being made by the Telegraph Department for extending the time fixed for the receipt and transmission of messages. It is also intended to employ lady operators. A branch of the Bank of New Zealand will be opened in Sydney shortly. The Victorian cricketers arrived here yes terday. A close match, is anticipated. There have been great floods in Brisbane (Queensla...
IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 27 February 1875
IMPOUNDINGS. Bubbangong, — Impounded at Burrangong on February 15th, from Moppitty Station, by Carlo Marina/ Esq. : — Bay horse, J B (the J reversed) over W S over J P near shoulder, J P near thigh, 33 off shoulder, off hind foot white, stripe down face, aged 16 hands. . ' To be sold on March 11th. Grenfell.— Impounded at Grenfell, on 18th February, from Bogolong, by Superintendent : — Brown mare, c, over O near shoulder, broken in, aged, 14 hands. To be sold on March 11th. Gunning. — Impounded at Gunning, on February 16th, from Andy's Creek, by order of Mr. T. Dowling : — Bay colt, w over W near shoulder, 3i years, 15 hands. Dark bay or brown mare, star and snip, collar marked, w over e» near shoulder, 9 years, 15 hands. Also, on February 19th, from Woodland, by J. Dunlay : — Bay horse, star, off hind foot white, M-I over like g near shoulder, D C off shoulder, 8 years, 15£ hands. Grey horse, saddle-marked, R S over oo near shoulder, 7£ years, 15 hands. Brown hor^e, white in face, ...
PROPOSED PETITION FOR AMENDMENT OF THE LAND LAWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 27 February 1875
.PROPOSED PETITION FOR AMENDMENT '-:'/?;- OF THE LAND LAWS. The following has been handed to ur for publica tion as the rough draft of the petition to the Legislative Assembly, prepared in accordance with the resolutions of the public meeting, held at the Court House on'ihe 15th instant. It has not as yet received the formal sanction of the committee appointed by the meeting tor its pre paration. As soon as this has been obtained, steps will be taken to procure signatures. To the Honorable Members of the Legislative Assembly of New South Wales, in Parliament assembled. The humble petition of the undersigned Free holders, Selectors, Graziers, and others, of the Burrowa District, in the Electorate of the Lachlan, Sheweth:— That your Petitioners, having now had ample experience of the working of the Crown Lands Alienation Act since its enactment -in 1861, find many of its provisions unsuited to this part of the Colony, and harassing to the great body of the. settlers. .;? Your Petition...
STOCK AND STATION REPORTS [ROBINSON AND BESNARD'S REPORT.] [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 27 February 1875
STOCK. AND STATION REPORTS. [Robinson and Besnabd's Report.] Fat Stock :-^-No. transactions this week. We quote: Bullocks, prime, £7 10s. to' £8 5s, ; wethers, Ss. to 9s fid. . Store Sheep j— There is now a brisk demand for all classes of sheep. Our sales this week have been on account of Messrs. Kelly^and Tout, 501 wethers, to Mr. John Hurley, and 102 to Messrs.. Henley and Tingiyj and for Mr. John Welman, 100 aged ewes, to Mr. Jelleman. Store Cattle :— We have had numerous enquiries of late for small mixed lots, and would be glad if our constituents would advise us of any they may have have for sale. We quote: Bullocks, £4 10s. to £5 10s. j cows, £3 10s. to £4 10s. Freehold properties are in some demand. We have sold two allotments for Mr. J.'.JL Weir to Mr. John Russell at a fair figure. Young, February 26th, 1876.
MR. FORSTER ON THE LAND QUESTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 27 February 1875
MB. FOBSTEE ON THE LAND QUESTION. At Wagga Wagga, on . Saturday last, the Hon. William Forster, Colonial Treasurer, addressed a large' meeting of the electors of the Murrum bidgee. His speech, from which we take the following extract, was an able and exhaustive ex position of the Ministerial policy :— 'With regard to a Land Bill, we have no desire to imitate our predecessors. They have little to show in the way of land legislation. All they have done is to promise a Land Bill for three sessions. In the Governor's speech they promised it in an emphatic form, which rendered the non fulfilment, of the promise more objectionable, because it must be assumed that they had formed deliberate intentions to bring in a measure before they got the Governor to make euch a promise. I do not know that we shall make the Governor promise anything of the sort But what I tell you is what will very probably take place. We shall not deal with the land question in its integ rity next session. But I think...
INOCULATION FOR PLEUROPNEUMONIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 27 February 1875
INOCULATION FOR PLEUR0 PNEUMONIA. A short time since, application was made to gentlemen having great transactions in cattle for information as to their experience in the effects of Inoculation for Pleuro-Pneumonia upon the market value of store cattle. We inquired whether, to their knowledge, cattle inoculated sold for more monev or not. that beine a tangible evidence of opinion, very different from the ex pression of a theoretical belief in the value of the process. Two weeks since several answers were published, most of them affirmative. Since that time, Mr. James White has informed us that, in his opinion, the value of store cattle is increased from three to seven shillings a head by inocula tion, and that he would always be prepared to give. -that much more for inoculated than for un inocukted cattle in the same condition, provided he was satisfied as to the manner in which the operation had been performed. He placed no dependence upon preserved virus, or the water of the chest ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 27 February 1875
. : 3?H3 B0¥A1j HOTEL, . PEOPEIEIOB. Fkst-Glass Aceommodlattoa for BPIBITS, ALES, WIN&S, LIQUEUES, &a, OF THE BEST QUALITY. Good and Commodious Stabling. ROBINSON & BESNARD, STOCK & STATION AGENTS, . AND AUCTIONEERS, ?3TOX73STO- Agent at Burrowa ? Mr. A. Hancock, COMMERCIAL HOTEL, MURRUMBURRAH. JOHN DILLON BEGS to return thanks to his numerous Friends and Customers for the liberal patronage they have so kindly bestowed on him for nearly a space of thirteen years, and would also remind them that he has enlarged the Hotel considerably, and made extensive additions to the Stabling. The COMMERCIAL HOTEL, Murrnm bnrrah, for accommodation, is not to be surpassed in the district. None but the veiy best brands in WINES and SPIRITS are kept, and are purchased from some of the best importing houses in Sydney. Private Suites of Rooms for Families, and superior accommodation for Commercial Travellers. The Stables are under the management of an experienced and ste...
POST-OFFICE TIME-TABLE. ARRIVAL AND DESPATCH OF MAILS. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 27 February 1875
HJST-OFJFIOE TIME-TABliE. ARBiVaG AND DESPATCH OF ilAtLS. ?.- Abeivals; from Yass & Tangmangaroo ': On Tuesday, Wed nesday, Thursday, and Saturday, at 4 j-;m. From Young and Marengo (:On Thursday, Friday, ?and Sunday, at 6 p.m.' ?'?'?? From Dalton and Bye Park : On Saturday, at 6 - --p.m. ' ??'?' -?;,-? . ? ' : /.,??? From Reid's Flat, »fa Phil's Creek and Hovell's Creek : On Monday, at 5 p.m. - Departures. For Yass and Tangmangaroo : On Monday, Wed nesday, Friday, and Saturday, 'at 6*10 a.m. ; For Young & Marengo : On Wednesday, Thursday, and Saturday, at 4*20 p.m. For Eye Park and Daltpn : jOn Fridayrat 7 a.m. ; For KeidV Flat, via Phil's Creek and Hovell's Creek : On Sunday, at 6 a.m. Money-orders issued daily, from 9 a.m. until 4 p.m. .. . ... On Sunday the Office will be open between the hours of 1 p.m. and 2p.m., 'for delivery only.