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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 6 March 1875

%\t §UlTOfolt §ta is published at the Office, Marsden-streett Buiroura, every Saturday morning, in time for circulation ty 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 accounts are rendered quarterly, and prompt settlement is requested. S^^^ For Advertisements die following are the charpus^ For the first inch or less of space, 3s. ; for maty tvbti quenl inch or less of the same advertisement, It. 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 G-IOBOB Eason, at the Newe' Office, Mareden-street.

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THE ARTIST'S DAUGHTER. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 6 March 1875

.THE ABTISTIS DAUGHTER. 'I 'Wish, papa, you-would- teach me to be a painter,? was r the exclamation of a fair-haired' cHild,, over : whose brow eleven sunnnerB had Bt^roelyipasf'eclj'aa she; flat earnestfywatchiitg a stertiiniddle-aged man,' who ^ajs ' giving the : ffdt}. tbnches^to'te hfead .oria )tfauoiuia. ,'pjrfiaw,' pettishly returned the artist ???-? goplay vrijilijybjir doD, and donit talk about 'flilngBJyou^an't tind^r etand.' 'Cutl should like to learn, papa,', sine, child resumed;; '.JJthtnk it would be bo pretty to paint ;jaud,- besides, it would get us some more money, and then we could have a large house and . servants, such as we used' to have; and that would make you bappy,- again 'would it not, papa?' ' You -are a -good -girl, -Amy, to wish to eee me happy,' the/father rfejoiriecl; somewhat softened by the , artless I affection :o'f ihls little daughter ; 'but' women are never, painters, that is they are never great painters.' The child made no, further comment but s...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 6 March 1875

To Fencers. WANTED, MEN with TEAMS, to erect from TWO to FIVE MILES of DEAD-WOOD FENCING. The Highest Price will be given. Apply to JAMES PARKMAN, Calabash Creek. WANTED, T7JXPERIENCED SURVEYOR'S Jli LABOURERS. To efficient men good wages will be given. Application to be made to the undersigned, at Broughtonsworth, by 81st instant. A. E. MIDDLETON, Agent for V. P. Tozer. ' WANTED, ONE MILE of DRY LOG FENCING erected. Apply to C. BL0OMFIELD, Gegullalong. BALL &JSUPPER. ARRANGEMENTS are being made at the AUSTRALIAN HOTEL for the purpose of holding a BALL and SUPPER on the Evening of MARCH 17th, under the management of a Select Committee. Further particulars in a future issue. Burrowa, March 5th, 1875. BOOTS jJBOOTS ! L. H. WORMS DESIRES to notify that he HAS ARRIVED in BURROWA, and intends remaining for a few days, during which time his Large Stock of BOOTS and SHOES can bo inspected AT MR. WEIFERT'S ROYAL HOTEL. BOOTS CHEAPER'™ EVER I NOTICE. ANY person, or persons, we find T...

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THE MAINE LIQUOR LAW. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 6 March 1875

THE MAINE LIQtJ0R:LAW. A Bpecial correspondent of the. Boston Pott (Massachusetts) 'writes in that jpurhal^ . \. * In the year 1873 there were in Maine, whose population1 was only 629,915 at the' last census^ 17,808 arrests for drunkenness— more' than for all other crimes put together ; and yet 'there ar» some who persist in saying that. King AlcoJSr7 does not reign in Maine, I wish he did not. But I assure you, if some 'night you could 'hang out a red flag at the door of every rum-shop in Maine, the people would wake up in the. morning and think the small-pox had broken out, all. over the State. Facts show that the Prohibitory Law hap been a failure — worse than that, a curse. That it has Tendered the means of drunkenness mor4 costly is true; that in some instances it has added somewhat to the difficulty of obtaining liquors may be admitted ; that in some places '^t has lessened the number of places of sale may be so ; that it has also tended somewhat to influence public opinion— a...

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THE RECENT SHOW AT YASS. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 6 March 1875

THE RECENT SHOW AT YASS. The total number of exhibits at the Annual Shows' of the, Yass Pastoral and Agricultural Association for the last four years have been as follows :— 1871, 343 entries ; 1872, 302 entries ; 1873, 308 entries ; 1874, 255 entries. The above statement affords pretty con clusive proof that the shows of the society have, since 1872, not made the progress that is naturally expected from exhibitions which are got up to record, year by year, the growth in agricultural and pastoral directions of a young and thriving community, settled down in a district admirably adapted both for agricultural and pastoral pur suits. The falling off this year in the number of entries in the farm produce and horticultural Bections is mainly attributable to the lengthened drought which prevailed before,, during, and after harvest time ; but the same reason cannot be adduced for the considerable decrease in the numbers of horses and cattle entered for exhibi tion. The small number of shee...

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WEEKLY CALENDAR. New Moon—March 8th—at 6.25 a.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 6 March 1875

WEEKLY CALENDAR. New Moon— March 8th — at 6*25 a,m. & '?% ? . ? ? ? ?g *g Remabkable Events. *- .' . %l ? I- * H. M. H. SI. 7 3 4tft Sunday in Lent. 5 53 6 31 8 M Melbourne named, 1837 5 53 6 29 9 Tu Americus Vespucius born, 1451 5 54 6 28 10 W Botany Bay discovered, 1787 5 55 6 27 11 Th Tin discov. at the Ovens, 1853 5 56 6 25 12 F Duke of Edinburgh shot at 5 56 6 24 13 S ' [Clontarf, 1868 5 57 6 23 SATURDAY, MARCH 6th, 1875.

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LATEST INTELLIGENCE. LONDON. FEBRUARY 22. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 6 March 1875

LATEST INTELLIGENCE. bedteb's telegbams TO AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATED PRESS. London,* February 22. John Mitchel is again a candidate for the representation of Tipperary in the House of Commons. Februaby 23. A Bull has been issued to the Eoman Catholic BishopB in Germany, forbidding their acceptance of benefices from the State, under pain of excom munication. The London colonial wool sales opened this evening. The total arrivals number upwards of 200,000 bales, of which more than 8000 were offered for Bale. The greasy comprised 4757 bales from Vic toria, 2740 from South Australia, and 1000 from the Cape of Good Hope. The attendance of home and foreign buyers was large. Prices, as compared with last series show a decline of from Id. to l£d. per 1b. Obituary. — Sir Charles Lyell, the eminent geologist Paris, February 22. France. — Protracted negotiations have taken place in reference to the bill for the construction of the Senate, or Upper Chamber. It has been framed so that the departments...

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PROPOSED PETITION FOR AMENDMENT OF THE LAND LAWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 6 March 1875

PROPOSED PETITION FOR AMENDMENT OF THE LAND LAWS. We reprint the petition to the Degislative Assembly for the amendment of the Land Alienation Act, which has now received the sanction of the committee appointed for that purpose at the late public meeting held in Burrowa. As the new Government may be now considered pledged to introduce some measure to improve the present system, it is high time that those who are interested in the re-adjustment of the Land Act should give prominence to their views, and be pre pared to discuss or suggest amendments. The settlers may anticipate considerable changes, and they will have to blame them selves if, through their indolence and apathy, those changes are not adapted to meet their wishes, or calculated to foster the growth of a prosperous class of freehold occupants. We confidently submit the petition as now prepared for their approval, and hope that all interested, and w.e know of none who are not, either directly or indirectly, will unite in g...

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DEATH OF THE HON. W. M. ARNOLD. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 6 March 1875

DEATH OF THE HON. W. M. ARNOLD. 0or readers will learn with feelings of regret of the untimely death by drowning of the Hon. W. M. Arnold, Speaker of the Legislative Assembly of the colony of New South Wales. The parti culars of this disastrous event are contained im the following telesrams : — ' Morpeth, Tuesday, 7.20 pjn. ' Great distress at the Paterson. Flood fifty eight feet high. The Hon. W. M. Arnold, with a man servant named M'Fadyen, was upset in a boat near his residence. Mr. Arnold was drowned,, and his body has not yet been recovered. M'Fadyen was rescued by Mr. C. R. Middletoa from a willow tree, nine hours after the occur rence. 'Morpeth, Tuesday, 11.10 p^m. 'Miss Arnold stated to senior-constable Wells, of the Paterson, that about 6 p.m. on Monday, the Hon. W. M. Arnold, with a servant, named Hugh M'Fadyen, proceeded in a boat to look after some produce that seemed likely to be swept off by the flood, which was unprecederitedly high. _ The boat struck against a poplar...

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Latest Intelligence. SYDNEY—MARCH 3, 9.50 A.M. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 6 March 1875

^atet itttelKpce. (Feom Messrs. Gobdon and Gotoh.) [by eleoteio -telegraph.] SYDNEY— Mahoh 8, 9*0 a.u. * The Hon. William Munnings Arnold, the Speaker of the Legislative Assembly/ was drowned in the River Paterson yesterday, Maech 4, 12-55 p.m. , -The Suez Mail-steamer Ceylon.wftsr sig- nalled at Adelaide at ^;80 this morning, r ? March 6, 6 p.m. .... Mr. Amold!s J)ody was found .three hundred yards distant from the scene of the accident by which he met his death. J,* \? ? , A wrltiasi ¥een issuea1 ibHheelectionofa member for the Paterson, in room of Mr. W. M. Arnold, deceased. The nomination is fixed for the 11th instant, and the polling for the 18th. .. -? Mr. Wisdom, the member for Morpejth, is mentioned as a candidate for the Speakerehip of the Legislative 'Asseihbly. ? ?-? . The number of . live stock entries for the Metropolitan Exhibition far exceeds that of any previous year. The Postmaster-General has sailed for Melbourne, in order to make arrangements for a more speedy dis...

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IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 6 March 1875

IMPODNDINGS. Bubrangonq. — Impounded at Burrangong, on February 20th, from Stony Creek, by Mr. C. P. WilliamB : — Piebald mare, R B over S y near shoulder, P reversed over A off shoulder, like 5 off rump, aged, 15 hands. To be sold on March 18th. Grabben Gullen. — Impounded' at Grabben Gullen, on February 22nd, from Bvalla Creek, bv Mr. P.Tully:— J ' ' Chesnut horse, stripe down face, near hind fetlock white, collar-marked, hind feet shod, faint brand like B H or P H near shoulder, 5 years, 15 hands. Black filly, P G on both shoulders, 2 years, 14 hands. Also, on February 24th, from Murrill Creek, bv Mr. M. Clancy :— Bay mare, F H off shoulder, broken, aged, 14 hands. Bay mare, JJ over triangle near shoulder, broken, 6 years, 14£ hands. Bay horse, star, near hind foot white, B near shoulder, like Y S sideways off shoulder, 5 years, 15 hands. To be sold on March 18th. Marengo. — Impounded at Marengo, on February 22nd, from purchased land, 'by John Dean : — Bay horse, AG downwards (th...

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BURROWA COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS. (Before W. D. Campbell and George Eason, Esquires.) WEDNESDAY, MARCH 3. Obscene Language. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 6 March 1875

BDREOWA COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS. Wednesday. Maech 3. (Before W. D. Campbell and George Eason, Esquires.) Obscene Language. George Clifford, by his attorney, Mr. Donovan, pleaded guilty to an information which charged him with having committed the above offence in Court-street, Burrowa, and was fined £1 and 5s. 6d. costs. . Breach of Towns Police Act. Mrs. Preston pleaded guilty to an information which charged her with having permitted swine to stray in Queen-street Burrowa, and was fined 5s., and 5s. 6d. costs. Breach of Apprentice Act. In consequence of the illness of Joseph Patter son, jun., the complaints of J. Patterson, jun. v. D. O'Rourke, and D. O'Rourke v. J. Patterson, jun., were postponed for a fortnight. Common Assault. Timothy O'Brien v. Benjamin Long. Defendant pleaded not guilty. Mr. Donovan appeared for complainant. Timothy O'Brien .deposed : I am a gardener residing in Burrowa ; on February 22nd, I was at defendant's house, and saw defendant beating a man, -and I int...

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STOCK : AND STATION REPORTS. [BROCK & BROUGHTON'S REPORT.] [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 6 March 1875

STOCK : AND STATION REPORTS. {Brook & Broughton's Report.] Fat Stock.— No transactions this week. Cattle are scarce. We have a large lot of wethers now under offer to a -Victorian buyer. 'We quote: bullocks, from £7 10s. to £8 10a. : wethers, from 8s. fid. to 9s. 6d. .--.-? Store Oattle.— We rhave a large lot coming forward for: auction sale on the 11th instant, and would draw attention to them ; the demand is brisk, and enquiry continuous. We quote : — bullocks, £4' 10s.: to $5; tows, £3 10s. to £4 10s. ; mixed lots, about £3 10s. Store Sheep.— Our sales this week have been 800 ewes, for Mr. J. H. Wallis, to Mr. .T. Q. Wood, (and in conjunction with Messrs. RobertBon and Besnard), for Messrs. Gilchrist, Wattand Co., 964 mixed sheep, to Messrs. James and Frater, all at satisfactory prices. We have a flock of maiden ewes being inspected to-day. Quotations un altered. Young, March 5th. [Robinson and Besnaed's Eeport.] FafrStock : — We have had some outside enquiry this week fo...

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THE WEATHER AND THE FLOODS [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 6 March 1875

THE WEATHER AND THE FLOODS (From the Sydney Herald.') The south-easterly gale which set in on Saturday morning, and blew all Sunday, continued with unabated force yesterday. The weather in the city' was about as disagreeable as it well could be. 'Bain fell without intermission, the squalls at times being very heavy ; and as it was driven in all directions by the force of the wind, getting -out witu a dry skin was only possible by the use of waterproof clothing. The wind at times blew with a velocity of forty miles per hour. The downpour of rain, however inconvenient in other respects, will have benefited 'the city by scouring ttye drains and eewevB. .On the coast the %ea was' very stormy, as will beieen by 'reference to the report in our shipping columns. As it was known by the morning paper that there were heavy rains in the} Northern districts, and that the rivers were rising on Sunday, large numbers of persons visited the Telegraph Office, to inspect the special flood telegrams w...

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CHEESE-MAKING AT BODALLA. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 6 March 1875

CHEESE-MAKING AT BODALLA. The Sydney Mail writes:— It has been said that the history of every cheese can be traced. This is so, and it is an important part of the arrangement. to know of what lot of milk it waB a part, and what Were the meteorological condi tions of the day when it was made. Every cheese sent to press receives a number on the canvas cover with which it is surrounded, which is entered in a book kept in the curing-house. The daily entry there made is very precise ; it shows the milk in gallons set evening and morning, the temperature when set; the temperature when vattedj the temperature in kitchen, ditto in cheese room, the number of cheeses made, the pounds weight of cheese, and the numbers attached to the cheeses. And now let ub describe the new cheese-room. Until this was devised all the skill displayed in setting, cooking, and pressing was often disap pointed. The principle of fermentation was developed during hot weather, and a great many cheeses were shelf -blo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 6 March 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 of bales of goods to country resi ' '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 houses. The £5 packages are about two feet ?' square, «nd 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-Belectors, 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 Road), or €08, Brickfield-bill. On a recent visit to' the establishment it was found that there w...

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ENGLISH MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 6 March 1875

ENGLISH MAIL. Letters for the next English Mail-steamer, via' Ban' Francisco, must foe posted' in Burrowa riot later than Thursday evening, March 11th.

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POST-OFFICE TIMETABLE. ARRIVAL AND DESPATCH OF MAILS. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 6 March 1875

POST-OFFICE HMS-TABLB, ABBI7AL AND DESPATCH OF MAILS. Arrivals. From Yasa & Tangmangaroo : On Tuesday, Wed nesday, Thursday, and Saturday, at 4 pxa ? From Young and Marengo : On Thursday, Friday,' and Sunday, at 6 p.m. . From Dalton and Eye Park : On Saturday, at « p.m. From Reid's Flat, wo Pliil'a Creek and HovelTs, Greek : On Monday, at 5 p.m. Depastures. For Yass and Tangmarigaroo : On Monday, Wed nesday, Friday, and Saturday fit 6'10 ajn.j - For Young & Marengo : On Wednesday, TKursdfcy, and Saturday, at 4-20 p.m. , ForByeParkmidJialtDnj On-Eriday,*t7«.m. ..,„ 'Tor field's Flat, via Peril's Creek and Hovell's ? !Creek?; .'On gunday,'atjBim. I . : *.; . Moneyibrdefs issued 'daily, from 9 a.ml until 4 p.m.'. ''.' '.' '. -?? ?'??- --'i ??' '' ?? ? ; -' ' : On Sunday the Office will be open between the I hours of 1 p.m. and 2 p.m., for delivery only.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 13 March 1875

%\t §iuTofo;i fta Is published at the Office, Slarsdtn-tlreet, Surrotoa, every Saturday morning, in time for circulation. by tha early Mails all over the Colony. ; Terms of Subscription : — When paid in advance Jbr 3 monlfts, 5s. ; if booked, 6s. Single copies; 6d. All accounts are rendered quarterly, and prompt iettlmtHi is requested. - JJ For Advertisements Hie following are the cTuufo&&- For lite first inch or less of space, 3s.; for.every'tubte quent inch or less of lite same advertisement, If. 6d. A. reduction of twenty Jive per cent, will be made on eM advertisements inserted for three months ; and qf 10 per cent, if inserted for one month. Eueeowa .-—Printed and published by Gio&ak Easok, at the Newe' Office, Maredeb-stfeet. '

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WOOL REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 13 March 1875

WOOL REPORT. We take the following extracts from Golds brough's Monthly Circular, dated Melbourne, February 24, 1875 :— The sales held during the month show a con siderable diminution, the total catalogued being only 4699 bales, and the quantity sold being about 3852 bales. Hie season may, in fact, be con sidered over, nearly all the Wool having been shipped. A few late shorn lots will no doubt con tinue to arrive for some weeks hence, but the 6ales from this time forward will be limited. Prices remain about the same as last month, and the lots offered have realised fair rates, considering their condition ; most of them, as is usual towards the close of a season, being inferior to ordinary descriptions. The condition of the clip has generally been good, more especially the unwashed portion from this colony and Riverina, and although the rates for the latter description may appear high, they have been, in our opinion, fully justified, the Wools being unusually well bred, light in wei...

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