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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 15 May 1875
WANTED, A FEMALE SERVANT. Apply to MES. W. J. QUICK, Public School, Burrowa. WANTED, A' RESPECTABLE FEMALE GENERAL SERVANT. Must be a Good Laundress. To a suitable person— Wages, Twelve Shillings per week. MRS. MIDDLETON, Broughtonsworth. 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. GOOD STORE WETHERS, I CAN find Beady Sale for about 2000 GOOD STOEE WETHEES. H. O'NEILL, Auctioneer. Burrowa, May 7th, 1875. NOTICE. rpENDEKS are invited for Boad Constrnc I tion on Boad ' Burrowa to Young,' and will be received at the Court-House, Yass, up to the 22nd May instant. Flan and Specification can be seen at the Court-Houses, Yass, Young, and Burrowa. --, Tenders to be endorsed — ' Tender for Work, Boad Burrowa to Young.' J. B. MELDEUM, Boad Superintendent. Main Boad Office, Yass, -6th May, 1875. Evening School. A N EVENING CLASS has been formed, J\_ by request, at the Public S...
LATEST INTELLIGENCE. REUTER'S TELEGRAMS TO AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATED PRESS. LONDON, MAY 4 [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 15 May 1875
LATEST INTELLIGENCE. reoteit's telegrams to australian associated press. London, May 4 The Belgian reply to the second diplomatic Note from Germany has been communicated to the Chambers. It promises to follow the initia tive of Germany, aud to bring about a modifica tion of the law. Freeman is the winner of the Chester Cup. The Pope is suffering from weakness. The May wool sales opened this evening. The quantity catalogued beiiyg 265,000 bales. Upwards of 6000 bales were offered. There was a iarge attendance, and the competi tion was brisk, prices ranging about the same as those of last series. The sales will terminate on June 19, and the third series commence on August 17. The fifth series has been abandoned. May 8. The steamship Schiller, bound homeward, and having on board the Australian mails, via San Francieco was totally wrecked on the Scilly Islands, off the coast of Cornwall. She had on board 260 passengers, of whom only a few were saved. The Press of Berlin considers the an...
PARLIAMENT OF NEW SOUTH WALES MONDAY, MAY 8. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 15 May 1875
PARLIAMENT OF NEW SOUTH WALES Monday, May 8. In the Legislative Assembly, — On the Order of the Day being called for the rusumption of the adjourned debate (on the motiion of Mr. Garrett). — ' That the Lands Acts Amendment Bill be read a second time,' — Mr. Cohen addressed the House, regretting that a more perfect measure had not been introduced ; suggesting alterations in the extent of areas allowed under conditional purchase, and recom mending fixed payments instead of long mdebt ment as now, with interest chargeable. He also criticised the wording of some of the clauses of the bill as being needlessly vague in construction, and so liable to be misunderstood. Mr. Hopkins was not unwilling to support the bill, but thought it would have been far better for the Government to have confined the scope of it to legislating, in a declaratory manner, as to free selections by minors, and collusive, or ' vicarious ' selections ; leaving other matters to be legislated upon at some future oppo...
[BROCK & BROUGHTON'S REPORT.] [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 15 May 1875
' TBeckjk & Bbougbtok's Befobt.1 Fat Stock :-^Good quality cattle are in demand, but *t present the supply is limited, high rates are obtainable. In sheep, we have 2700 wethers under offer $o a Sydney buyer.. Quotations : Bul locks -d&7J;o'£B 10?.; cows, £5 10s. to £6 10s. ; wethere/9s. 6d. to 10s. -5d. ; ewes, 8s. to 9a. 6d. Store Catfle :— Fair 'rates are ruling. We have ^*4bear3'o£ any lots changing (hands Bince our lastJeport.- Though we -have a large number on our 'books 'the prices asked by owners in many cases, preclude transactions. We will offer by auction on Thursday next a very superior herd consisting of ;40 Lead, and have, two hundred cows now being treated for. ' Quotations: Bul locks, £4 15b. to £6 ; coWs, £3 10s. to £5 10s. ; Bteers and heifers, £2 to £3 ; yearlings, 20s. to 40s/ - '?'??;?'. ????'? ? -,;. ': - -..?? Store Sheep ; — We have an unlimited number of all 'classes for sale at . prices which should, induce inspection, and now that general ra...
STOCK AND STATION REPORTS. [MR. A. HANCOCK'S REPORT.] [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 15 May 1875
STOCK AND STATION REPORTS, [Mr. A. Hancock's Report.] My sales this week have been : — On account of M. G. Hurley, one half-acre allotment in Burrowa, at £102 10s., Mr. B. Long being the purchaser. On account of Mrs. S. Woodcock, a farm at Castle's Creek, 37 acres, to Mr. P. Dwyer, at £60; six bend of horses, at from 7s. to £7 ; one cow and calf, £5. On account of Mr. S. Woodcock, sir bend of horses, at from 7s. to £3. On account of Mr. John Ovens, one store cow at £4; on^gKtto at £3 14s. ; one ditto at £3 18s. ; one ditto TRRF 13». ; one ditto at £2 5s. ; — the two latter in very low condition. On account of Mrs. ByrneB, one enw and calf at £6 Is. On account of Mrs. Clifford, one 'Little Wanzer' sewing-machine at £3 Is. ? I could find ready 6ale for 50 young bullocks, at a very fair price. Burrowa, May 14th.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 15 May 1875
%\t §niTohm r§tete Is published at the Office, Marsden-street, Burrowa, every Saturday morning, in time for circulation by th* early Mails all over the Colony. Terms of Subscription : — When paid in advance for 3 months, 5s. ; if looked, 6s. Single copies, 6d.~ .J.U accounts are rendered quarterly, and prompt «rf^fJM2l is requested. ^'^S* For Advertisements (lie following are the charge* /— For the first inch or'jtess of space, 3s. j for nery ttiiit quenl inch or less of the same advertisement, 1*. 64. A reduction of twenty five per cent, mill be mad* on alt advertisements insert-ed for three months i and qf 10 per cent, if inserted for one month, Burbowa .—Printed and published by GflOBM Eason, at the K»w»' Office, Mariden-itrwt.
EUROPEAN MAIL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 15 May 1875
EUROPEAN MAIL NEWS. LoKDON, Mabch 28.— One of the largest meet ings in this city for several years was held to-day in Hyde Park, under the auspices of the Tich borne Release Committee. Some place the num ber of persons ns high as 100,000. Bands of music were engaged and flags and banners dis- j plnyed, bearing mottoes expressing ♦ sympathy with, and demanding justice for the Claimant, addresses were made by Dr. Kenealy, Onslow, and Whalley. The enthusiastic people unhitched I the horses from the carriages of these gentlemen, I and drew mem to iiyne l'arK. A resolution was ; adopted denouncing the partiality of the Judges on the trial, the unscrupulous license of the prosecu tion, the absolute miscarriage of justice, and declaring that they would know no rest till the enormous judicial crime was rectified. The meet ing adjourned turnultuously. The speakers were escorted from the Park by great crowds. Italy. — Rome, March 26. — The Observator Romo, referring to the manner in which Arc...
PUBLIC MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 15 May 1875
PUBLIC MEETING. P0BB0ANT to advertisement, a public meeting was held at noon on Tuesday last, at the Court-bouse, Burrowa, to consider, the dangerous Btate of our roads and bridges, end to adopt such resolutions as may be deemed expedient to secure the imme diate repair.of the § atne. . % At'^he hour Appointed, on the snbtion of llr/L rEte|ensdn5 ; Mf^SRTtlampuell top^the chair.:% The Chairman said that, although present, he had not intended to take an active part in the proceedings ; as, ioweyer; themeeting wished him to occupy the chair, 'he would cheerfully ac cede to their request He had not before him a copy of the advertisement calling the meeting, butjlic supposed eyeVy trie'p'reslqt Tjriew halobject was to do something towards inducing the Go vernment to repair the roads and bridges in this -neighbourhood- -He need -not-cnlarge upon the very great importatice; to every civilised Commu nity of securing the'; very best meaiis:of ^comtnu ,nication within its power; nor need -he...
THE PAST CRICKET SEASON. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 15 May 1875
THE PAST CRICKET SEASON. By Tom Bbown. It has been the custom of the conductors of this honourable periodical from time immemorial to have the doings of each cricket season recorded at the earliest heralding of each coming winter. The task is not a pleasant one, however. I feel, as a pleasant speaker personating the past season j at a cricket dinner once said, as if I was assisting | at my own funeral obsequies, and besides, I have : always had a lurking conviction that a great deal ' too much is talked and a great deal too much is written about cricket. We Victorians certainly play the game a great deal, but we as certainly talk about it and write about it a great deal more. Of course, our talking and writing is always the concentrated essence of wisdom and good' sense, but, for all that, our cricket would be more of a pleasure, and less of a labour or a business, if we refrained a little more from so closely reviewing, criticising, and compiling statistics over it as we do. In the...
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 15 May 1875
We could have wished for a larger attendance at the meeting on Tuesday. It is not only that some of the townspeople, who should Lave supported the movement, were absent ; but even the country people— the suitors in our Courts — the applicants at our Lands Office— who are so frequently unable to gain access to the township, might have made a point of assisting an effort to improve our means of communication. We do not care to discuss the relative merits or demerits of Mr. James Watson, in bis capacity as member for the Lnchlan— a constituency of which our readers form but a email fraction. Having frequently expressed our approval of his political career, an ap proval which no act of his as yet would incline us to reverse, we should bo sorry to find room in our columns for any ill-natured comment on his action ; yet, we cannot but notice that in the estimates for classified roads, as printed in the Sydney papers, the constituency which he represents has allotted to it the smallest sha...
WEDNESDAY, MAY 11. (Before George Eason and W. J. E. Wotton, Esquires.) Illegal Detention of a Horse. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 15 May 1875
Wednesday, May 11. (Before George Eason and W. J. E. Wotton, Esquires.) Illegal Detention of a Horse. A. McGinnis y. E. Bath. This case which had been postponed for the MuiTumburrah poundkeeper's evidence, in his absence, and the absence of any return to the summons, was again postponed for a fortnight. A fresh -summons to be issued immediately. Cattle stealing Prevention Act. Michael Kershaw v. William Preston. Defendant pleaded not guilty. The information charged the defendant .with having on 8th March last, unlawfully worked a certain bay mare, branded O N L and 2 in four places, the property of the informant, and without his consent. Michael Kershaw deposed : On 11th March last, I came to Thomas Corcoran's place, and saw the defendant there ; I asked defendant if a mare I saw tied up at a fence was the one he was riding ; defendant said it was ; I claimed the mare as my property ; defendant refused to give her up, but told me to go to his mother, from whom he got her ; I did so,...
PARLIAMENT OF NEW SOUTH WALES. THURSDAY. MAY 6. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 15 May 1875
PARLIAMENT OP NEW SOUTH WALES. TmrBSDAT. Mat-6. ? - 'v - iNithe Legislative Council, — Sir Alfred' fctephiri moved tbeiecond reading of! thtf^MfdicM^Tnj'eSpiBining that the' object Was, as far as possible, to protect persons suffer ing under disease, or other bodily ailments, from medical ot surgical treatment by;unskHled, pgpo-- rant individuals, and to enable persbns'r^quiHng medical or surgical aid to distinguish qualified from unqualified practitioners. He pointed out that it would not exclude any persons from pipe lining medicine' or surgeiy, or any particular system or systems of medicine. It would tend to prevent fraud upon the community, and abuses by men who pretended to what, they did not know, and practised to the danger of the public. He pointed out that the bill was less stringent than measures with a like object in operation in the UnitedKingdom and her 'colonies. Mr. Holt streiiuqusiy opposed the bill, as likely to create an arbitrary 'power prejudiced to one system o...
Latest Intelligence. SYDNEY—May 14, 5.50 P.M. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 15 May 1875
JStcst intelligence. *(Fbom Messes. Gobdon and Goicn.) [by electric telegraph.] SYDNEY -May 14, 5-50 p.m. In the Legislative Assembly, the second reading of the Laud Bill has been passed by a majority of twenty-seven. The clause fixing the age at which minors will be entitled to take up conditional purchases — viz., at 16 years— wae agreed to. The business of the Central Criminal Court terminated on Wednesday, having extended over a period of only three days. The Postmaster-General (Mr. J. P. Burns) has received a telegram, stating that all the Sydney Mails have been saved from the wreck of the ' Schiller.' A writ has been issued for the election of a member for the Upper Hunter. The polling is fixed for June 7th. The following firms have called meetings of their creditors :— Barlow, grocer ; T. and J. Skinner, merchants ; Bossitter and Co., merchants ; Cohen, ironmonger. The Suez Mail-steamer takes away 137,870 sovereigns. Two coal ships, named the ' Kadina ' and ' Wallaroo ' stran...
CROWN LAND SALE. AT THE POLICE OFFICE, YOUNG. On Friday, 21st May. COUNTRY LOTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 15 May 1875
] CB0WN LAND BALE. AT THE POLICE OFFICE, YOUNG. On Friday, 2Ut May. COUNTRY LOTS. Lot A, 160 acres, county of Bland, parish un named, on Bertbong Creek, at Meeleegy PlainB, Selected by Wm. Allen. Lot B, 320 acres, county of Bland, parish un named, on the right bank of Narraburra Creek, on the roads from Morangarel to Young aud Wagga Wagga, about 1$ mile down the Creek, from portion 1-71, of 40 acres conditional purchase, Narraburra run. Exclusively of two roads each 1 chain wide. Jeremiah Lehane. Applied for in virtue of improvements, but forfeited through non-payment of appraised value. Lots C, D, and E, 40 acres each, county of Harden, parish of Demondrille, adjacent to the northern boundaries of R. Cartwright's conditional purchases, Nos. 47 and 92, of 60 acres an d45f acresv respectively. ' Lot F, 28 acres 3 roods 18 perches, county of Harden, parish of Currowang, on Cassell's Creek, adjoining the southern boundary of J. Robert's portion 27. Last advertised 28th December 1874. L...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 15 May 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, and are forwarded, by arrangement with Messrs. Gobb 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-selectors, 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 Eoad), or 608, Brickfield-hill. On a recent visit to the establishment it was found that there was an amp...