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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 4 July 1874
WANTED IMMEDIATELY, A NURSE-GIRL. Apply to MRS. T. CUMMINS, Brial-Street, Bnrrowa. Wanted, FROM ONE to TWO HUNDRED HEIFERS and STEERS, from one &nbsp; to two years old. Must be Good Colors. No objection to small lots. A. E. MIDDLETON. Burrowa, June 23rd, 1874. WORKING BULLOCKS, WANTED, immediately, from 8 to 40 Head of WORKING BULLOCKS, with or without tackling. A. E. MIDDLETON, Broughtonswortli. July 4th, 1874. TO BUILDERS AND CONTRACTORS. TENDERS are hereby called for the Erection of the NEW CATHOLIC &nbsp; CHURCH, BURROWA. The Building to be of Stone. Separate Tenders for MASONRY and CAR- PENTERS' Work, or the whole in one Tender, will be considered. Plans and Specifications to be seen at the Presbytery, Burrowa, up to the 18th July. Tenders to be sent to the undersigned on or before the 1st August. The lowest, or any, Tender not necessarily accepted. JOHN DUNNE, C.C. St. Patrick's Presbytery, Burrowa, July 4th, 1874. TENDERS ARE invited for upwards of 2000 Bushel...
THE PURLOINED LETTER. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 4 July 1874
THE PURLOINED LETTER. &nbsp; &nbsp; At Paris, just after dark, one gusty evening in the Automn of 18—, I was enjoying the two- fold luxury of meditation and a meerschaum, in company with my friend C. Auguste Dupin, in his little back library, or book-closet, au troisiême, No. 33, Rue Dunt, Faubourg St Germain. For an hour, at least, we had maintained a profound silence, when the door of our apartment was thrown open, and admitted our old acquaintance, Monsieur G—, the prefect of the Parisian police. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; We gave him a hearty welcome. The perfect sat down, and shortly disclosed a most perplexing case, in which his professional services had been ia requisition. His story was this. ' I have re- ceived information that a certain document, of the last importance, has been purloined from the royal apartments. The individual who purloined it is k...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 4 July 1874
Caution. I HEREBY request all parties to avoid TRESPASSING on the Purcbased Land at Brial lately Leased by me from J. N. RYAN, Esq. ; also from Trespassing on the Pre-lease of Three Sections attached thereto. Attention to this notice will prevent re- course to further proceedings. D. J. O'NEILL. Burrowa, 18th June, 1874. Fencers. WANTED, Persons with Teams, to Contract for the Erection of about Twenty or Thirty Miles of BRUSH and CHOCK and LOG FENCING. OR, TENDERS will be received for the Com- pletion of the WHOLE WORK. Particulars can be ascertained on applica- tion to MRS. LEHANE, Berremangra, Coppabella Station, Bookham. [A CARD.] J. P. RITCHIE, YASS STORE, YASS. Importer & General Storekeeper, AND WINE AND SPIRIT MERCHANT. AGENT FOR TOOTH & Co.—Ales and Porter ; &nbsp; &nbsp; WILCOX & GIBBS—Sewing Machines ; &nbsp; &nbsp; The Liverpool and London aud Globe Fire and Life Insurance Company ; " The Sydney Morning Herald ;" "Th...
The Burrowa News. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 4 July 1874
The Burrowa News Is published at the Office, 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 &nbsp; &nbsp; months, 5s. ; if booked, 6s. Single copies, 6d. All accounts are rendered quarterly, and prompt settlement is requested. For Advertisements the following are the charges :— &nbsp; &nbsp; For the first inch or less of space, 3s. ; for every subse- &nbsp; quent inch or less of the same advertisement, 1s. 6d. A reduction of twenty-five per cent. will be made on all &nbsp; advertisements inserted for three months ; and of 10 per cent. if inserted for one month. BURROWA :—Printed and published by GEORGE EASON, at the News' Office, Marsden-street.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 11 July 1874
ROBINSON & BESNARD, STOCK & STATION AGENTS, AND AUCTIONEERS, YOUNG. Agent at Burrowa ...... MR. A. HANCOCK. £5 Reward. STOLEN, or Strayed, from Bronghtons- worth, a DARK BROWN SADDLE MARE, branded EM near and off shoulder, No. 9 on rib. Above reward on conviction of thief ; or One Pound, if strayed, on delivery to the undersigned. A. E. MIDDLETON, Broughtonsworth. Caution. I HEREBY request all parties to avoid TRESPASSING on the Purchased Land at Brial lately Leased by me from J. N. RYAN, Esq. ; also from Trespassing on the Pre-lease of Three Sections attached thereto. Attention to this notice will prevent re- course to further proceedings. D. J. O'NEILL. Burrowa, 18th June, 1874. Fencers. WANTED, Persons with Teams, to Contract for the Erection of about Twenty or Thirty Miles of BRUSH aud CHOCK and LOG FENCING. OR, TENDERS will be received for the Com- pletion of the WHOLE WORK. Particulars can be ascertained on applica- tion to MRS. LEHANE, Berremangra, Coppabella ...
THE LAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 11 July 1874
THE LAND. (From the Sydney Mail.) The Riverina Grazier contains a long letter from Mr. Edward D. Ogilvie, who appears as a thorough believer in, and a powerful advocate of, inocula- tion for pleuro-pneumonia. Being asked to ex- press his views on the subject, he has done so in clear terms ; but at too great length for our columns. He is of opinion that the chances of recovery for a diseased beast are improved by subjecting the animal to inoculation, and that uninfected cattle, after undergoing that opera- tion, may be regarded as almost certainly insured against attack, at least for some years. Nor is this a theoretical conclusion, but the conviction of a man who has had to grapple with the disease. Experience leaves him in no doubt about the matter. There is one part of this letter which is of sin- gular importance at the present juncture when much misunderstanding prevails about the supply of lymph. He discovered during his essay that the liquid or water secreted in large quantiti...
POST-OFFICE TIME-TABLE. ARRIVAL AND DESPATCH OF MAILS. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 11 July 1874
POST-OFFICE TIME-TABLE. &nbsp; ARRIVAL AND DESPATCH OF MAILS. ARRIVALS. &nbsp; From Yass and Tangmangaroo—On Tuesday, Wed- nesday, Thursday, and Saturday, at 5·20 p.m. &nbsp; From Young and Marengo—On Thursday, Friday, &nbsp; and Sunday at 6 p.m. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; From Dalton and Rye Park—On Saturday, at 6 &nbsp; p.m. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; From Reid's Flat, via Phil's Creek and Hovell's Creek —On Monday, at 5 p.m. &nbsp; &nbsp; DEPARTURES. &nbsp; &nbsp; For Yass and Tangmangaroo—On Monday, Wed- &nbsp; nesday, Friday, and Saturday, at 6·10 a.m. &nbsp; For Young and Marengo—On Wadnesday, Thursday, &nbsp; and Saturday, at 5.40 p.m. For Rye Park and Dalton—On Friday, at 7 a.m. &...
WEEKLY CALENDAR. New Moon—July 14th—at 2.33 a.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 11 July 1874
WEEKLY CALENDAR. New Moon—July 14th—at 2·33 a.m. &nbsp; Day of month Day of week. &nbsp; Remarkable Events. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Sun rises. Sun sets. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; H. M. H. M. &nbsp; 12 S 6th Sunday after Trinity. 7 6 5 4 13 M [Prussia, 1870 7 5 5 5 14 Tu (15) France decld. War against 7 5 5 5 15 W Melb. Hospital opened, 1847 7 4 5 6 16 Th (15) Cawnpore Massacre, 1857 7 4 5 6 17 F 7 4 5 7 18 S S.W. coast Australia dis. 1622 7 4 5 8
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 11 July 1874
The retrospect of the past session of the Par- liament of New South Wales offers little ground for congratulation to colonists who value political progress. The causes which have compelled a powerful Government, led by such a man as Mr. Parkes, and with an imposing majority in the Assembly, at the end of a session of unprecedented length, to sacrifice their principal measures and prorogue Parliament in hopeless confusion, are worth investigation. For all aggressive purposes, the powers of the Opposition have been extremely limited and ineffective. The prestige of the Ministry has never been en- dangered by the scurrilous harangues of Mr. Bnchanan, the disjointed utterances of Mr. John Robertson, the ceaseless byper-criticism of Mr. Forster, or the impetuous sallies of the light brigade, Mr. Garrett and Captain Onslow. The majority which was always at the command of the Minister showed distinctly the feeling of the Honse and country that, nnder present circumstances, no other Go vern...
Latest Intelligence. SYDNEY—July 10th, 5.45 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 11 July 1874
Latest Intelligence. (FROM MESSRS. GORDON AND GOTCH.) [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] SYDNEY— July 10th, 5·45 p.m. The City Bank has declared a dividend of eight per cent. ; and £3000 have been car- ried to the Reserve Fund. Mr. John Booth Jones has been appointed Examiner of Titles. The St. Vincent's Hospital Ball, which was held in the Exhibition building, proved a great success. Six hundred persons were present, including his Excellency the Go- vernor and suite. Weembah Station, in the Bligh district, with thirty thousand sheep, has been sold for £31,000, cash. Three young men, named Hargrave, Bal- combe, and Burns, narrowly escaped drown- ing in Broken Bay on Monday last. Their boat capsized when three miles from land ; and the occupants were washed against the rocks. They reached Sydney yesterday, in a very exhausted condition. The Torres Straits Mail steamer Flintshire arrived yesterday. The Mail-steamer Ellora takes away thirty- three thousand sovereigns. At the wool sales full rate...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 11 July 1874
THE BIENNIAL MASSACRE OF DOGS AT SINGAPORE. —The Straits Times thus records a slaughter of &nbsp; " man's friend and companion : "—" At yester- &nbsp; &nbsp; midnight tho biennial massacre of pariah dogs terminated. Animals which have homes and owners of their own can now put their noses out of doors and follow them without running the risk of having their brains knocked out, and owners need no longer be annoyed and have their sleep murdered by the howling of dogs who are not accustomed to be imprisoned, and make known their discontent by plaintive and discordant wailing."
BURROWA COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS. WEDNESDAY, JULY 8TH. (Before W. D. Campbell and W. J. E. Wotton, Esquires.) [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 11 July 1874
BURROWA COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS. WEDNESDAY, JULY 8th. &nbsp; (Before W. D.Campbell and W. J. E. Wotton, Esquires.) James Hardyman v. William Ball ; absconding &nbsp; from hired service. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; James Hardyman deposed : The information read is true ; defendant is the person therein re- iferred to ; my agreement with defendant is in writing, .which I produce ; the agreement was for six months, at £28 a vear, with the usual pro- vieions ; defendant entered into my service ; on Monday, 6th July, defendant came to me and demanded his wages in full ; .defendant com- plained that he was two or three days, without rations ; I could not send him rations, as the creek was too high ; I told him to go back, take his sheep, and that I would let him go as soon as I could get a man ; defendant refused, because he &nbsp; had not his rations duly serv...
SMALL DEBTS COURT. WEDNESDAY, JULY 8TH. (Before W. D. Campbell and W. J. E. Wotton, Esquires.) [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 11 July 1874
SMALL DEBTS COURT. WEDNESDAY, JULY 8th. (Before W. D. Campbell and W. J. E. Wotton, Esquires.) J. P. Ryan v. Thomas Woodbridge.—Plaintiff &nbsp; &nbsp; sued to recover damages for trespass by defen- dant's sheep on a selection and some pre-emptive leases. Mr. Donovan for plaintiff. The evidence in this case showed that the leases in question were claimed by both parties ; and as the leases were not clearly defined, the Bench gave a verdict for plaintiff for trespass on the selection, 10s. and costs, and entered a non-suit as to the trespass on the pre-leases. CONDITIONAL PURCHASES, BURROWA DISTRICT.— &nbsp; At the local Lands Office, on Thursday last, the following conditional purchase was made :— &nbsp; Henry Dwyer, 40 acres, in the county of King, parish of Opton. THE WEATHER during the past week has been of the most tempestuous character ; storms, accompanied with strong gales of wind, have been frequent. On Friday and Saturday last the rain was pa...
REVOCATIONS OF TEMPORARY RESERVES ON ACCOUNT OF TRIAL AND MARKED LINES FOR RAILWAYS. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 11 July 1874
REVOCATIONS OF TEMPORARY RESERVES ON ACCOUNT OF TRIAL AND MARKED LINES FOR RAILWAYS. The Minister for Lands has published in the Government Gazette a notification, dated Sydney, 7th July, 1874, which states that his Excellency the Governor, with tho advice of the Executive Council, has been pleased to revoke, under the 6th section of the Crown Lands Alienation Act of 1861, the temporary reservation trom sale of the portions of land hereinafter described,—the revo- &nbsp; &nbsp; cation to take effect at the expiration of thirty clear days from date of notice :— &nbsp; The Crown Lands within 2 miles on each side of all trial lines for Railways, within the Colony of New South Wales, that are marked or shall be marked. The above portion of land was reserved from sale under Gazette notice, 10th March, 1874. &nbsp; No. 1,094. The Crown Lands within 2 miles on each side of all marked lines for construction of Railways which have been finally decided on, or m...
CANCELLED CONDITIONAL PURCHASES. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 11 July 1874
CANCELLED CONDITIONAL PURCHASES. THE following Conditional Purchases have been cancelled, being situated within Reserve for &nbsp; Railway purposes : — Patrick Kearney ... ... 80 acres. Michael Whalen ... ... 40 acres. Anastasia Ryan ... .... 320 acres. John Cass ... ... 50 acres. Daniel Croak ... ... 40 acres. &nbsp; Patrick Kearney ... ... 80 acres. Patrick Kearney ... ... 80 acres. Patrick Kearney ... ... 80 acres. Michael Joseph Ryan ... ... 100 acres. Michael Joseph Ryan ... ... 100 acres. Thomas Wood ... ... 40 acres. William Kennedy ... ... 60 acres. Anastasia Ryan ... ... 190a. 2r. Hugh Gorman ... ... 320 acres. Anastasia Ryan ... ... 60 acres. William Steele ... ... 80 acres. John Packham ... ... 40 acres. Dominick Lynsky ... ... 320 acres. James Ryan ... ... 320 acres. William Mason ... ... 40 acres. Thomas Dwyer ... ... 60 acres. Robert Gooley ... ... 320 acres. Parties interested in the above selections should notice the terms and effect of the Government...
LATEST INTELLIGENCE. REUTER'S TELEGRAMS TO AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATED PRESS. LONDON—JULY 2. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 11 July 1874
LATEST INTELLIGENCE. REUTER'S TELEGRAMS TO AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATED PRESS. LONDON—JULY 2. The Right Hon. B. Disraeli has addressed the House of Commons on the subject of the reso- lutions introduced by Mr. Isaac Butt in favour of the restoration of the Irish Parliament. He has demonstrated the impossibility of carrying out the system of "' Home Rule " in Ireland. The O'Donoghue and Mr. Robert Lowe have also opposed Mr. Butt's motion. The Public Education Bill introduced into the House of Commons by Mr. Colman Dixon has been rejected. Its object was to provide for the general establishment of School Boards through- out the Kingdom, and to make attendance com- pulsory. The bill was defeated on a division of 320 to 156. Some uneasiness is felt concerning the fate of the Atlantic cable steamer Faraday. She was reported as having been lost, but the report has been contradicted. The Ironmasters of South Wales have given notice of a further reduction of wages. JULY 4. The commission appointed...
Original Correspondence. (To the Editor of the Burrowa News.) [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 11 July 1874
Original Correspondence. (To the Editor of the Burrowa News.) SIR,—The following is a copy of a letter, dated &nbsp; &nbsp; Palmer River, May 17th, 1874, written by a young man named Henry Keys, well known in this dis- trict ; and as complete reliance can be placed on the veracity of the writer, I forward it to you for publication, as it may be of interest to some of your readers. I am, Sir, yours respectfully, H. O'LEARY. Reid's Flat, July 6th, 1874. Palmer River, May 17th, 1874. Dear Friend,—We arrived here a few days &nbsp; &nbsp; ago, having travelled something over two thou- sand miles, although we came as straight as we possibly could. It is a very miserable-looking place. There is a great rush of people here ; but most of them go back—those that have the &nbsp; &nbsp; means. The few hundreds that are here are only making " tucker "—about an ounce per week. &nbsp; &nbsp; Rations are still very dear, flour being 1s...
COMMERCIAL. BURROWA PRICES CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 11 July 1874
COMMERCIAL. BURROWA PRICES CURRENT. &nbsp; Flour, fine, £13 per ton. Ditto, seconds, £12 per ton. Bran, £2 10s. per ton. Wheat, 4s. to 4s. 2d. per bushel. &nbsp; Maize, 3s. 9d. to 4s. per bushel. Oats, 3s. per bushel. &nbsp; Barley, 3s. per busheL &nbsp; &nbsp; Hay, £3 to £3 10s. per ton. Cheese, 6d. per lb. &nbsp; Butter, 1s. per lb. Bacon, 6d. per lb. Eggs, 1s. per dozen. Potatoes, 5s. per cwt. Sheepskins, 4d. to 6d. per lb. Hides, 3d. per lb. &nbsp; Hair, 1s. per lb. Wattle bark, £3 per ton.