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PLEURO-PNEUMONIA—NEVER INOCULATE (To the Editor of the Sydney Mail) [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 13 March 1875
EL E D BO r ES EP MP Si A, — N E V.E B .;:'?; ;:IJJOJCqt.A31.E.: (To the EAitor'of 'the Sydney Mail.), SiB£— I have read several very interesting , letters on the, above subject which have lately appeared in your columns. As the question is one of deep and general interest, T now crave your indulgence by w'^y of offering a few remarks on the matter. Pleuro is a disease, viewed in its present normal state, or in a future .aspect under- the influence of inoculation, of far too momentous a nature for careless ; arid . . superficial observers to presume to undertake to deal with at mere random ; far less try to mystify or embarrass the solution of the question with a set of worthless figures or crude reason, already on this account much too common and perplexing. It is a subject that requires to be approached and dealt with in an honest, dis passionate, plain, straightforward manner, whether the contribution issues from the pen of a profes sional ' or nun-professional person, and should...
From the Newcastle Chronicle. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 13 March 1875
From the Newcastle Chronicle. Wednesday morning, a party of gentlemen chartered the steamer Perseverance to proceed to Morpeth and obtain a view of the flood at its height. The steamer left the wharf at 11 o'clock, and made good headway against the 6trong fresh which was at that time running. Passing the islands, the effects of the deluge were noticeable, and nearly every house was flooded. Some were filled with water up to the window sills, aud on Ash Island others were covered up as high as the naves. Numbers of horses and cattle were to be observed on the higher portions of the islands, and on the tops of the houses pigs, goats, and poultry were to be seen, whilst on the top of one of the dwellings a large cat yelled in defiance or fear at the water surrounding her ' tight little island.' As the steamer neared Raymond Terrace, the scene became more desolate, aud the damage done appeared to be more considerable. Near Baymond Terrace, and on the same side of the river, were some sp...
NEWS OF THE FLOODS. GRAFTON. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 13 March 1875
I^wsqfwe Floods. /From the Sydney Morning. Herald.) GRAFTON. Wednesday.;— Heavy rains have been ; falling since Friday, ,on, which day it blew;with hurricane force.' Tlie river, rose on Sunday, sixteen feef. All the wharfs and steam Companies' sheds were submerged ; and^the maize -and sugar crops are damaged. Jildre damage has been, done by the wind than by the rain. A great deal or maize is BtilL under water.. ..'*'...' '., '''.'- : ''?.''.?' '? QCEENStAND. ' , ' ^Bmsbjuje,- ThunSday.^-Disastrous floods have occurred at Bonlburra. The roads are twelve feet under water. 300 persons were rescued from drowning by punts. Frightful sufferings have been experienced by women and children, who took refuge in trees and on the roofs of houses. I Some of them were without food for nearly a week. It is reckoned that fifteen have been drowned. A Central Floods Belief Fund has been formed. Clothing and provisions have been forwarded for the relief of sufferers. Boolburra is fifty miles from Bock...
THE ARTISTS DAUGHTER. (Concluded.) [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 13 March 1875
*~ tma l^mr^jMfiGMm., ' ' - ( Concluded.) ? 'Because I liave *nbijiing b'ut:what I owe to him^: On liis credit this house lias been furnished, i£atiis%adespebple -have supplied «ur Sable. Your very Apparel has been purchased from sums of trionej,il-|iBte ^from'tiine^tortiine borrowed fromjum-^for I bave/uoj; A'et.m£t;wjth. $he ;Sn creased sale -and .handsome remuneration, for . jny pictures I was led to expect. Indeed many of those you supposed to be ?? ordered, were pledged for a tentfr part of theirvaiue. .It, however, you become Ins-wife,' life proceeded/* we shall %ever want ; for his ,' fortune is immense, and he is easily persuaded to part with it ; but if you re fuse/ his, vanity,- which is his ruling passion, will be bo deeply wbuiided, that he wjll withdraw his assistance from me, and our ruin is inevitable. I have amuBed him with hopes of success, -and as surances that you will smile on hitn at last, in spite pfjy-our girlish coquetry,- till he is incensed at the .delay ; ...
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 13 March 1875
The ephemeral career of many of our rural agricultural societies is a matter greatly to be deplored, but can be readily under stood. Started usually under the fairest auspices, and exciting for a time considerable interest among a community to whom agri cultural and pastoral progress is absolutely necessary for their prosperity, enlisting at once hearty sympathy and, what is still more important, liberal financial aid from all the large stock-holders and land-owners, from the people of the town as well as the residents of the country, the opening exhibitions -are usually a marked success. The desire for improvement in the most useful kinds of agricultural produce and in every description of stock — the advantage to all producers and breeders of the opportunities for comparison which these annual exhibitions afford— all help to attach an interest and impart a vigour to the' infant society, which' is found wanting as soon as the charm of novelty is lost. By the time that the prelimina...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 13 March 1875
WANTED, \ GOOD' GOOE. Reference required. Apply at the Quarrymen'fl Main Camp, near Mr. M. Faebell'b, Burrowa River. Burrowa, March 10th, 1876. 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, ~~ XnXPEBIENOED SURVEYOR'S JjJ LABOURERS. To efficient men good wages will be given. Application to be made to the undersigned, at Broughtonsworth, by 81st instant. A. E. MIDDLETQN, Agent for V. F. Tozer. BOOTS! BOOTS! MICHAEL RYAN RETURNS thanks to the inhabitants of Bur rowa for the liberal support they have given him for the last 8- years, and desires to notify that he has now opened a large supply of Ladies', Gents', and Children's BOOTS OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS. s. d. Ladies' Elastic-side Boots (Calf) ? 9 0 Gents' EIa6tic-side Boots (Calf) from ? 11 6 Children's Leather Boots, from 3s. upwards. Burrowa, March 12th, 1875. APOLOGY. I HEREBY express my sincere regret for the a...
Latest Intelligence. SYDNEY—MARCH 6, 7.20 P.M. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 13 March 1875
Xatest'Jttttlfipice. - (Feom Messes. Goedon and Gotoh.) [by electbio ' telegraph.] SYDNEY— Mabch4, 7-20 p.m. The Intercolonial Cricket-Match was con- 1 tinued to-day. The Victorian team, in their fii-Bt innings, obtained 71 runs ; the Sydney team, in their second innings, seven out for 78 runs. 7'45 p.m. The Victorian Leger was won by Mr. Tait's Melbourne, Dr. Bathe's Stockbridge being second. Only two. horses started. Maeoh 8, 6-50 p.m. The Intercolonial Cricket-Match termi nated to-day. The scores were as follows : — Sydney, 2nd innings, 102, Evans (not out) contributing 82 ; Victoria, 2nd innings, 70 ; — Sydney winning by 78 runs. Maeoh 12,' 7 p.m. Messrs. Burdekin, Docker, Park, Hurley, Brown, and Brunker have been nominated for the Faterson. The show of hands was in favour of Mr. Park. A 6harp contest is anticipated. The Government have declined to place £30,000 on the Estimates towards the com pletion of the Prince Alfred Hospital. The Floods Eelief Society, has granted £350 t...
CROWN LAND BALE. AT THE POLICE OFFICE, BOOROWA, On Tuesday, March 30th, 1876. COUNTRY LOTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 13 March 1875
CROWN LAND SALE. AT THE POLICE OFFICE, B00ROWA, On Tuesday, March 30th, 1875. COUNTHY LOTS. Lot A, portion 93, 40 acres, in the county of Harden, parish of Gooratnma, adjoining parts of the northern boundary of Water Reserve 434a. and eastern boundary of 6. Minahan's conditional purchase of 40 acres, No. 94. Lot B, portion 78, 44 acres, in the county of Monteagle, parish of Yundoo, on the left bank of Stony Creek, and on the road from Boorowa to Kenyu, adjoining the northern boundary of Her mann Tiederman's conditional purchase of 40 acres, No. 77. Exclusively of a road 1 chain, wide. Lot C, portion 189, 40 acres, in the county of Monteagle, parish of Gegullalong, near the head of the Yellow WaterhoJes, and adjoining the western boundary of M. Hayes' conditional pur chase of 40 acres, No. 185. Selected by M. Hayes. Lot D, portion 250, 70 acres, in the county of Monteagle, parish of Gegullalong, adjoining the eastern boundary of M. Hayes' conditional pur chase of 40 acres, No. 183. S...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 13 March 1875
I fn IT T? ? 3.'' «i - royal hotSJIj, 'v, „.. PEOPEIETOE. Wrst-GJass Accommodation for Travellers & @iita. 8PIBITS, ALES, WINKS, LIQUEURS, &o., ov THE BEST QUALITY. Good and Commodious Stabling. ROBINSON & BESNARD, STOCK & STATION AGENTS, and auctioneers, ?xtottcstg-. Agent at Burrowa ? Mb. A. Hancock. COMMERCIAL HOTEL, MUARUMBURRAH. 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, Murrum bnrrah, for accommodation, is not to be surpassed in the district. None but the very best brands in WINES and SPIRITS are kept, and are purchased from some of the best importing houses in Sydney. Private Suites of Booms for Families, and superior accommodation for Commercial Travellers. ' The Stables are und...
POST-OFFICE TIME-TABLE. ARRIVAL AND DESPATCH OF MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 13 March 1875
?OSI-0FFI0B TIM3E.TABLB. ABEiyACi iTSD 3JESPAX0H OF JUAILS. SVom 1&B8 i&tTffigmaSgaroo =; ©n^'utMayi Wla-! jiesday.TniurBday/aDdSBtiiriaay, at 4 p.m. '}£.- From Young and Marengo : On ^urBdajYirriday,. and Sunday, atti pan. ?:; &?' r/- ?S': ?'?' Tc- From Daltori and flye:4Park: On Saturday, mt ^6; ?.-p.ntf ' '?.^..??'!Sri'»2-V;'-:' ...'\. '''? '' ¥;.' ? ' K: From Eeid'BjPIat^wjiPiil's Creek and HoveU'e ? Creek : On Monday, at '5 p.m. '..?? '.'-'? ? .?',???? '/ Depaetobes. ' ?? - For Yass and Tangmangaroo : On Monday, Wed nesday, Friday, and Saturday, at 6*10 a.m.- For Young & Marengo : On Wednesday, Th'uraday, and Saturday, at 4*20 p.m. . For Bye Park and Dalton : On Friday, at 7 a.m. , TorTBeia's FJati_ «ia PhU'a Creek and. Hovell's Creek : On 6unday,-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 hoire of 1 p.m. and!2 p.m., for delivery only.
AT THE POLICE OFFICE, GUNDAGAI, On Monday, March 29th, 1875. TOWN LOTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 13 March 1875
AT THE POLICE OFFICE, GUNDAGAI, On Monday, March 29&, 1875. TOWN LOTS. Lots E, F, G, H, I, allotments 6, 7, 8, 9,10, of section 17, containing 2 roods each ; lots J, K, L, M, allotments 5, 6, 7, 8, of section 18, containing 2 roods each ; lots N and O, allotments 3 and 4, of section 19, containing 2 roods each ; lot P, allot ment 3, of section 20, containing 2 roods ; lot Q, allotment 4, ot section 25, containing 2 roods; lot R, allotment 8, of section 26, containing 2 .foods ; lots S, T, U, V, W, X, Y, Z, AA, allotments! and 3 to 10, of section 39, containing 2 roods each ; — all in the county of Harden, parish of Cootamun dry, village of Cootamundry. Upset price, £8 per acre. Wholesale Fohgeries.— The Lower Lachlan correspondent of the Wagga Wagga Express is responsible for the following :— It is currently reported down here that forged cheques, amount ing to over £200, have been passed into some of the Banks in Melbourne, and cashed ; and also that some of the country Ban...
STOCK AND STATION REPORTS. [MR. T. J. O'NEILL'S REPORT.] [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 13 March 1875
STOCK AND STATION REPORTS. [Mr. T. J. O'Neill's Report.] At my weekly sale, on Thursday last, good prices were realised for all the stock offered. One cow and calf fetched £9 ; one cow and calf, £4 12s. ; heifers, from £2 5s. to £3 10s. A lot of 94 mixed sheep brought 6s. per head ; 153 aged 6heep reached 5s. 6d. each ; and 87 very inferior ewes were sold at 4s. One saddle horse found a purchaser at £7 17s., and one at £4 13s. Several unbroken horeee were submitted, but failed to reach owners' reserves. I have sold 730 store wethers, privately, at 7s. 9d. per head. Burrowa, March 12th, 1875.
COMMERCIAL. BURROWA PRICES CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 13 March 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. 6d. per bushel. Maize, 6s. per bushel. Oats, 5s. per bushel. Barley, scarce, 4s. per bushel. Hay, £6 per ton. Cheese, Gd. per lb. Butter, Is. per lb. Bacon, 6d. per lb. Eggs, 9d. per dozen. Potatoes, 15s. per cwt. Sheepskins, 2d. to 6d. per lb. Hides, 3d. to 4d. per lb. Wattle bark, £3 10s. per ton. Sawn Timber (delivered), 15s. per 100 feet
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 13 March 1875
Expense of Red Tape. — On Tuesday last a female prisoner in the Burrowa lock-up was sen tenced to one month's imprisonment in Young gaol. As no accommodation is afforded there for females she will have to be forwarded to Yass. Under any reasonable system the prisoner would have been sent to Yass at once, and thus ^i^pd the useless expense of the second journey, and the inconvenience of the second escort. Postponement of Sale. — Our readers will notice that the Buvrowa Land Agent advertises the postponement of the next sale of Crown lands at the Burrowa Court-house, from Easter Monday, as announced in the Government Gazette, till the following day.
LATEST INTELLIGENCE. REUTER'S TELEGRAMS TO AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATED PRESS. LONDON, MARCH 4. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 13 March 1875
LATEST INTELLIGENCE. reuter's telegrams to australian associated press. London. March 4. John Bright has written a letter in which he ridicules ' Home Rule.' Prussia has resolved to require that the bishops shall recognise the supremacy of the State over Papal authority, or suffer the penalty of disen dowment. It is also intended to re-establish a placet in regard to ecclesiastical documents. London, March 6. The New Zealand loan has been allotted, and there have been dealings in the scrip at a quarter per cent, premium. In regard to wool, Mr. C. Balme reports that there has not been any preceptible change in value since the opening of the present series of sales. Competition is keen, and scoured wools are in good demand. The wheat market lias advanced Is. to Is. 6d. per quarter. Copper is weak. Chili is quoted at £81 to £82, Australian (selected Wallaroo) at £91 to £92 (nominal). Tin is fluctuating. Straits, £88 to £91; Australian, £87 to £89. Dr. Manning has been summoned to Rome ...