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POST-OFFICE TIME-TABLE. ARRIVAL AND DESPATCH OF MAILS. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 20 March 1875
POST-OFFICE TIME-TABLE. | AKBIVAL AMD DESPATCH OF ilklX$. Akbivals. From Yass & Tangmangaroo : On Tuesday, Wed nesday, Thursday, and Saturday, at 4 p.m. From Young and Marengo : On Thursday, Friday, and Sunday, at 6 p.m. From Dalton and Rye Park : On Saturday, at 6 p.m. From Reid's Flat, via Phil's Creek and Hovell's Creek : On Monday, at 5 p.m. Depautuees. 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 Rye Park and Dalton : On Friday, at 7 a.m. For Reid's Flat, via Phil's Creek and Hovell's Creek : On Sunday, at 6 a.m. Money-orders issued' daily, from 9 am. until *? 4 p.m. » j '?/ On Sunday the Office will be open between the hours of 1 p.m. and 2 p.m., for delivery only.
COMMERCIAL. BURROWA PRICES CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 20 March 1875
COMMERCIAL. BURROWA PRICES CURRENT. Flour, fine, £12 per ton, or £1 Gs. per bag. Ditto, seconds, £11 per ton. Bran, £5 per ton. Pollard, Is. 2d. per bushel. Wheat, 4s. 6d. per bushel. Maize, 6s. per buslip-l. Oats, 58. 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, 153. per cwt. Sheepskins, 2d. to Gd. per lb. Hides, 3d. to 41 \:zv lb. Wattle bark, £3 10s. per ton. Sawn Timber (delivered), 15s. per 1C0 feet.
SUPREME COURT, SYDNEY. TUESDAY, MARCH 16TH Knot and another v.Brotherlon. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 20 March 1875
SUPREME COURT, SYDNEY. ; Tuesdat, Mabch I6th. Knnx and another v. Brotherton. A rule nisi was obtained on the last flay of last term calling upon District Court Judge M'Fatiand to show cause why he should not sign a case for appeal as agreed upon by the attorneys f or ifcajg plaintiffs and defendant in the above cause, #* why he should not state to the Court the evidence given with respect to the mode in which the fencing wire referred to was fastened or tightened by plugs. Mr. Davis, instructed hy Messrs. M'Cartliy and .Robertson, supported the rule ; Mr. Salomons, instructed hy Messrs. Cape and Westgarth, ap peared to show cause on behalf of the plaintiffs. The District Court Judge transmitted to the Court a certificate setting out the circumstances, and. showing cause against the rule. Tlie facts appeared to iie as follows :i—Tlje above action was tried before Mr. M'Farland, in September, last year, at the District Court, at BniToHva. The plaintiffs were the executors of S. K. Sa...
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 20 March 1875
Editorial Amenity. — One of our amiable enn- : temporaries calls attemion by a block Imrder to a letter which 6eems to have exhausted his very ; moderate stock of equanimity. The letter is evi dently a private communication, and we question the propriety of thu editor of a newspaper thus taxing advantage or his position to insult an angry correspondent by exhibiting the contrast between his illiterate sentences and the rounded ? periods in which skilled writers are wont to con ceal their passions. We scarcely hnow which to condemn most, the publication of the letter itself, or the bad taste of its ornamentation. The matter as it now stands is a rare specimen of editorial frailty. The Cumberland Times says : — A paragraph has been going the round of the country Press to tbe effect that the Hon. Henry Parkes, having accepted the post of Australian correspondent in the London Times, at an annual salary of £2000, will for^the future reside in Melbourne, in order to secure the advantages...
LATEST INTELLIGENCE. REUTER'S TELEGRAMS TO AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATED PREE. LONDON, MARCH 12. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 20 March 1875
LATEST INTELLIGENCE. eedteb's telegrams to australian associated trees. London, March 12. The new French Ministry is formed : — g . Buffet, Minister of the Interior; M. Diifaure, Minister of Justice ; M. Say, Finance Minister ; M. Walloon, Minister of Public Instruction ; M. Meaux, Minister for Commerce. The other offices are unchanged. GEBMANT. — The Emperor William is ill. London, Maiicii 13. John Mitchel has been re-elected for Tipperary , .by an overwhelming majority. Paris, March 13. M. Buffet, Premier of the new French Ministry, has declared his. policy to be Conservative, with out vindictiveness. The Emperor of Austria and the Ring of Italy are to have an interview in April. The Brisbane Bridge Debentures, amounting to £84,050 have been sold above the minimum. The Corn market is firm and steady. The Tin market is heavy and unsettled, with receding quotations ; Straits, £87 ; Australian, £87. There has been a relapse in the Copper market ; Chili is quoted at £80 to £81 ; there...
MOST AND CO.'S MONTHLY CIRCULAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 20 March 1875
UOiBTMP CO.^SiapNTHtYCiBCULAR. When we wrote on the 12tli ultimo tliis market ?waa in a very unsettled state, aB both owners and purchasers were anxiously awaiting the result °t the opening prices at the London February sales. These sales commenced on ftie23r-Mrebrnary,nnd telegrams have been received which, nltliough m ^NfKinVtinBtaiice unfavourable, and quoting prices a™he commencement ^n a par with the lowest of , th'eifay sales ]ast year, have since been of a more hopeful character, and without stating any positive recovery speak of spirited competition, ?which, as the catalogues are reduced, may eventu ate in advanced values ? being given. T4ie quantity -arrived for this series is an unusually large one for eo early in the year, and if the' catologues are cleared, as there seems at present no reason to doubt, the succeeding sales in May will be proportionately benefitled, more especially as it becomes apparent to consumers that the increase in the supply has been exaggerated. \...
Second Day—Friday, March [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 20 March 1875
Second Day — Friday, March, \Wi. The Burraugong Turf Club Handicap.— Adventurer... ? 1 Sentinel ? 2 Banjo ? 8 Tbe Prince of Wales Selling Stakes.— Gratis ? * 1 ' c'Xn}::: -*'*'«*-:::}» Eeformation ... ? ... 8 The Trial Stakes.— Arbitrator ? 1 Comet ? 2 Mazeppa ? ... ? 8 The Uurrawong Cup Hurdle Race.— .'Ticliborne ? 1 „ Pheasant ... ? ,. 2 Lenuder ? 8 The TTorced Handicap. — , Gratis ? f. 1;. ... 1 Miss Jane ? .' '. ? 2 Banjo ? 3
UNCLAIMED LETTERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 20 March 1875
, UNCLAIMED LETTERS. The following list (No. 4) of letters riow lying unclaimed at the General Post Office, Sydney, was published in the Government Gazette of March 12th, 1875*— t , - SMp'ltttttifs. 50 MryBrouffliton7i811(ittfne,iaclilan River 5 MrstSJavia GibiV, Coramuudra C Jolin Jeffcries, MmTiimburiah G7 Jenlcin Ganovon Morgan, Yass 30 E. Ryan, Stony Creek, Yass 28 Win. Shceslock, Murruwburra 53 John Stevenson, Coramundra 7 H. Taylor, Lachlan River 41 A. F. Wilson, Binalong Inland Letters. 24 Andrew Carson Alcorn, Cootainundra 40 Win. Anderson, Brawlan Station, via Coutamiindra ? 41 Charles Anderson, Miirrmnlmrrah 9 Ml'. Baker, holelkeeper, Binalong 20 MisB Annie Boll, Murrumburrah 54 John Bayer, Fish River 1G7 George Brooks, Esq., Murrumbnrrah 179 E. Brown (of Sydney), Binalong (2) 12 Jas. Callaglian, Miimimburrah 79 Mr. Chapman (Public School), Coota inundra 118 Mrs. Wni. Clear, Barber Creek, Murrum burra 186 Geo. Cochrane, Mundagerie Park, Mur runibnrra 137 James Cochrane, Mu...
HOLY CATHOLIC GUILD ANNIVERSARY PIC-NIC AND SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 20 March 1875
^1^ CATHOLIC 6DILD ANNIVERSARY PICNIC AND SPORTS. Considering the nature of an Australian climate, and the unpleasant warmth of its summer sun, the jete-gestival on St. ; Patrick's Day, turned out bb favourable o flay fpr a pic-nic as could well be JBxpected.'- Although the usky' was thoroughly -clouded, ahd-thet!arly Aortiing seemed threaten ing, it became apparent as tlie day advanced that 110 immediate rain need be feared, and the mild cahn air invited numerous visitors from the country to witness the Guild Procession and Athletic Sports, which had beeu announced in honour of the day. The Procession, comprising nearly 70 members of the Guild, preceded by their Chaplain (Rev. J.' Dunne), and the band, formed near the. Catholic Church about half pust 10 o'clock on Wednesday morning, and, accompanied by a great number of the townspeople and visitors, . marched slowly through the town towards Mr. J. N. Ryan's pad dock, tlie band playing the ' Minstrel lJoyf'fiaimd their splendid new*...
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 20 March 1875
Telegraph Department. — We observe that Master J. M. Shannon, eldest son of. the Catholic schoolmaster in this township, has been appointed, a probationer in the Telegraph Department, anilj liaa enlei'ed._on his duties in the Burrowa ofiicet'j under tlie supervision of Mr. D. R. Kenane. We hope that his future official career will justify the expectations which his quiet attentive de meanour has raised, and t!iat^e-..-yill become u useful member of the'civil'i&meer ?
THE AUSTRALIAN GOVERNMENT AND THEIR LAND SALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 27 March 1875
THE AUSTRALIAN GOVERNMENT AND THEIR LAND SALES. (From lite Financier, December 31.) Anything which concerns the financial position of a country is worthy of careful attention on the part both of its rulers and its people. Every country at one time or another needs to contract loanB, and the sounder and wider its foundation of Srosperity, the easier the terms at which it can orrow. Hieh credit means cbean loans : hence it is an important element of profittoanation. Loans, in facts, are indispensable to almost every country, and certainly to every young country, as a means of real economy by the construction of public works, &c, to dcvelope the wealth-making re sources of the territory. No Stale in the world can borrow on such eapj' terms as the British Government, and if, may be said that nn country in the world ought to possess a sounder financial position and belter credit than our Australian colonies. They have a territory equal in magnitude to two-thirds of lho whole area...
A FROZEN CITY. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 27 March 1875
— -'??'' a frozen torrr. 'v TflE intense cold having encouraged the unlucky skating club to issue its invitations for a tremen jjpus affair, with fireworks, illuminations, and ?jftything that could be imagined to give eclat ^Kmrandiesimofete on the ice of its great pond ^HKpmris de Boulogne, a thaw set in at 9 o'clock POTnefevening of New Year's Day, a fine rain coming down steadily for about two hours, and freezing as it fell, despite the change ot tem perature. As one half of Paris was out of its homes when this dreadful incident occurred, either dining with friends or packed into theatres, the dismay thus created may be imagined ; for by about 11 o'clock the entire surface of the metropolis had been changed into an immense mirror, on which it was impossible for manor beast to take a step without falling. At the very doors of houses or theatres they were quitting, the unhappy people fell like flies, breaking legs and arms, ribs, collar-bones, and ankles, like ro many biscuits. Omn...
Select [?] THE LAST SONG OF A SAVAGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 27 March 1875
oviflwE tSH fitw^|« . '- '- pm Jime^i^^l& iit^&Lf1 a 'Ti&idlfOTainitfbrtuiei'nicMidemnedforllo be . -, it^j^C.-^^f'Xeil --?:!?/ llin' -izvy»--! As a warnin' arid example to all Bbugbs j both old sna jmOuIik* ? ' ' ? . ? . Tw^tro^Vin-wilfiiluiurdierWcau^einy-Wife Just tbrpi^h j Jpay'^asifi* Idpjcsa her-^rthiit's the hbM^ftifinwiiyi'.''.* : ?, s;^, r. ..-,nr ! ??-. ??: .-. . .t'U.' . ' . . r, ?.. I kicked her like I'd kicked her full many-a time ? afore; 'LOT'.' /_.?r.' '?.'?? rJ-J-.:r'i I kickeaief austjaB ysnBl,i;I thought, no lefs nor. And only two days' runniq*; but my .ill-luck was : ;: *ucfc5^'-«^^d ,-9-i-n^'; One kick at last I pve her as turned out a kick too much. - ', 'T if' . ?;'? / - I do declare I never did intend to .take her life, But safe within an inch of it purposed to kick _ myrjrffe, \ .;??:. -; ; ??''-. . A tekin' good care always short p' murder for to ;*??♦? Seer/.; r'.. ^.;r ;??-.-.? yp&nd 'opin' hof the gallows by that means I s...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 27 March 1875
TO SAWYERS. WANTED, A FEW-THOUSAND FEET of SAWN STUFF, chiefly Joists, Rafters, and other Quartering. Apply to D. J. O'NEILL. Burrowa, March 25th, 1875. WANTED, ONE MILE of DRY LOG FENCING erected. Apply to C. BLOOMFIELD, Gegullalong. 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. Partnership Notice. THE Undersigned have this day entered into Partnership as MILLERS at COOTA.MUNDRA, in the Colony of New South Wales, under the style and firm of ' SCOTT & MULLALY.' Dated this Second Day of November, A.D. 1874. P. H. SCOTT. M. J. MULLALY. Witness — Henry G. Donovan, Solicitor, Barrowa. Sil mmiCp^i^W CATHOLIC CHURCH, - tcr.- &fr jMD OP THE FUNDS FOB THE ERECBJON OFyTHE ABOVE 0HUB0H, ?????*y';,\' .-. : WILL BE HELD / ' ; .^- '''' AT THE CATHOLIC SCHOOL-ROOM, JIEASTEE (MONDAY, J^Mjfegfe^ ' (MARCH 29th, Iff5), . HpR ' ,AND FOLLOWING DAYS. j . ' . In aid of the ...
ARMED PEACE OF EUROPE. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 27 March 1875
ABMED PEACE OF EUROPE. The ' armed peace ' of this hemisphere is cer tainly, not .calculated to inspire confidence in the speedy realization of the aims of the Peace bciety. ' At £he (beginning' of last year the German aVmy consisted of 31 ,830 officers, 1,329,600 mea, 314,970 horses, 2700 field guns, and 820 siege guns. /Of these, the number available for service in the field within six weeks after mobili sation is (excluding the transport and 6taff corps) 710,130 men, 114,850 horses, and 2082 field guns. These figures do not include the four battalions, consisting of 3400 officers, 152,100 men, which are to be formed in case of war. nor the landslurm to be.raised under the new* army law of Germany, which would bring into the field by the lowest computation an additional force of 3718 officers, and §02,500 men. The total force at the disposal of Germany in the event jjflgi war is therefore 38,948 officers and l,684jtfBgn, excluding the surgeons and hospital flg^^BB. leaving out of ...
THE KING OF SPADES AND QUEEN OF DIAMONDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 27 March 1875
THE KING QF SPADES AND QUEEN OF DIAMONDS. The subjoined notice of a recent marriage in American high life teems with so many of the elements that go to make up the glitter an grandeur of the tales in the Arabian Nights' En tertainments, that one would be inclined to regard much of the affair as mere fiction were not the sources of the immense wealth spoken of stated with such circumstantiality as to encourage belief in them. It is, however, pretty generally ac knowledged that our cousius across the Pacific can give to extravagant flights of fancy all the airs of the real and the plausibility of unreserved truth _; so to the writer in this instance may be left the responsibility for the whole of 'his 'state- ment (which probably has more' or less of truth in it — certainly a good deal of interest), and the reader's faith need not' be taxed concerning the trustworthiness of the recital. - ' The liigh contracting parties to the marriage were Malia, only daughter of De Souza Cabral, the...
IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 27 March 1875
^y:-EapoimDiNGa ' CowBA;— Impounded at Cowra, on March 18th, from Byan's paddojc, by Mr William Ryan *— ; BayjnarejtaaKaM forehead, blaze in the face, tstumn^^^HBgAui shoulder, «ollar marfced,wh(!^^^^^^ftiback,^ged)rl5 hands. I^^^HEkV Black horSe, stumpy T^Phite TEe^tfflpVpJftJn Wjiear shoulder, 4ryeari)ll5 hands. ' ?? V J . park- Bayxri brown horse, shod all round* collar- I marke'd.fJjnear-shoulder. aged, 16 handB. Also, jpnjhe same date, from BennLbyMr. Joseph Ousby:— ' ... * - Black mare, utar in the forehead, W over W new shoulder, E R over 2 off shoulder, broken-in, age'd, 15$ hands. I , .Also, on the 16th March, from Alta Villa, bjfl ^.Patrick Neville :— ? JM .BJgpk entire horse, etumpy tail, star:&4^H forehead, near fore and near hind feet J£lnfH| white, Bpots on each side jpf. back; blotch/BrandV near shoulder, like q. near ribs, broten-in, aged, ;16i hands. ?;?.'..?? ? , Brown or mouse-coloured horse, stripe in .the face, M (writing capital) over 0; near shoulder, ...