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PARLIAMENT OF NEW SOUTH WALES WEDNESDAY, MAY 19. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 29 May 1875

PARLIAMENT OF NEW SOUTH WALES Wednesday, Mat 19. In the Legislative Council, — Sir George Innes moved the second reading of the Innkeepers Liability Bill, to modify the liability of innkeepers in regard to the propertv of guests or lodgers. The bill was unopposed, though some hon. members thought it inapplicable to the circum stances of the colony. Having been read a second time, its details were considered at length in committee. It was reported to the House with amendments, and the report adopted. Mr. Holt moved the second reading of the Matrimonial Causes Act Amendment Bill, giving wives relief by divorce for adultery of husbands. The bill was supported by Mr. Owen and Mr. Darley, and opposed by Mr. Docker and Mr. C. Campbell — the latter of whom moved as an amendment that it be read a second time that day six months. The amendment was agreed to by a maioritv of 10 to 6. ' Mr. Darley moved the second reading of the Aliens Naturalization Act Amendment Bill, enabling aliens to hold...

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DISTRICT COURT BURROWA. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 29 May 1875

;; DISTRICT; OpURTs'BpfeBQ^AT \i- On Thursday last the Court was opened by his Honor Judge McFarland. -???;: ''.'.:- ; Of ihe three .cases vyiiclv Miad been set down for trial, the summons in one case (T. Cummins W^fc jF^wingtbn), it appeared, had goneastray, ibeibailiff havink airected it to the bailiff o£ the pi^bifibyixi:*% GoigoDg, a place, where there is snp l)i8trict|pOTirtiand no officer to -take the letter ^rom,thei-p&t5i-ffiee. ; - . ? -: -uHis Honor,' after commenting on the gross neglect of die bailiff, ordered the cause to be con tinued to the next sittings, ' * Trespass. Catherine Corcoran v, Margaret Minehan ; tres pass, £200. , . . Mr. H. °G. Donovan for plaintiff; Mr. L. A. Windoycr for defendant. *????-??? ; „-? Plaintiff sued to recover £200 for repeated trespasses from defendant's sheep, cattle, horses, 'dray,' and buggy since the year 1870. Defendant had paid £5 into Court as ample compensation for any such alleged trespass. Catherine Corcoran deposed : I...

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THE HOME-WRECK. (Concluded.) [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 29 May 1875

THE HCME-WBECK. ? . (Concluded.) : Dodbury'fient instantly to Mrs. Hardman such a letter as was calculated to break the news not too abruptly to her. No time was mentioned for Herbert's arrival^ so that, suspense and some degree of (uncertainty, tempered :'the:jqy both father and daughter felt in making this commu nicawon, .^ ^.v ... . c: ? . . Dodbury (busied himself in corresponding with the navjf office, to obtain. Herbert's release fr'oni , the service, j but to his mortification, a reply arrived, stating, as was announced before, that no such i name was , in the .books. It was, however) added, that? a person entered as'H. Hard'waB pressed tin (.the . identical . day that Herbert waB, and it was* suggested that his name may have been, mis-spelt. . That, however, remained to be' seen,- ? / . . ... , : ? ? ? Byithe time Mrs. Hardman arrived at Coote down, a .second letter addressed to her had come from, her son. .It was dated 'off Havre,' and mentioned the probable .time of his re...

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POST-OFFICE TIME-TABLE ARRIVAL AND DESPATCH OF MAILS. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 29 May 1875

1 ???;:': rpSITrOFEIOB TOIB^ABLB!.^: ^s^sj^l iiib Despatch '6j^maii& '??; From T«sb ATaungmaqgaroo ; ^n'^fyiewUy, W^ed; ? ' '_:. neBdayj-^^dayjandTBa^^^at'i.p.in? , Jfrom Young- and Marehgoi On Monday, Wedries 4iday^ and Friday, at 7^30 «ttn. ?-?* '-..??.-? ._? ? IVom Dalton^d Sye Fatt : OnSaturday, at ?§:?: , r Creek : Qn|m6ndaj^%t 5p.m. ' ?.}[' :: , ? ' r';'DBPiBTOEEB. . For Yass and Tangmangaroo ; On Sunday, Mon- , day, Wednesday, and Friday, at 8 a.m. For Young & Marengo : On Wednesday, Thursday, . and Saturday,1 at 4'20 p.m. . , For llye Park and Daiton: On Friday, at 7 a;m. ' For Reid's Flat; via Phil's Greek and Hovell's Creok : On Sunday, at 6 a.m. ' ' , ^lohey-orders issued daily, from 9 a.m. until 4 p.m.-, ?? ; . . ? ? .'. ' ' . ?? .,//' :?.?,'; ??.' On Sunday the Office will be open between the hours of 1 p.m. and 2 p.m., for delivery only.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 29 May 1875

? '_ [A Cabd.] T-J/dSRRY, Always In Stock a Good Supply of * First-clasp . Progs, Perfumery, &o., &e. Partnership Notice. rTIHE Undersigned liave this day entered JL into Partnership as MILLERS at COOTAMUNDBA, in the. Colony of New South Wales, under the s'tjle and firm.of ' SCOTT & MULLALY..' Bated this'Becond Day of November, A.D. 1874. P. H. SCOTT. * M. J. MULLALY. ' Witness— HenbyGv Donovan, ; :, ... Solicitor, Burrowa.' GOOD STORE WETHERS. I CAN find Beady Sale for about 2000 GOOD STOBE WETHERS. H. O'NEILL, Auctioneer. Bnrrowa, May 7th, 1875. ? A.Oood Investment. THE%iSereigned ban FOR SALE 306 ACRES of the BEST AGRICULTURAL LAND in the District, diBtant about 6 miles from Burrowa. i,h^- THOMAS CUMMINS, Storekeeper. Burrowa, April 30th, 1875. ' ????,!,' ES Or ^-Ii. * Mr* Bteaxt d. ffloEovaa, M.A., SO LI CM OR, Attends at Murrurnburrah every Court day ; ' „ Bmalong, Young, and Cowrt on retainer. «._? Office: — Bhia.Ii-Stkbet, Bueeowa. 1 §-ToW KEEPER, 4p' ...

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WEEKLY CALENDAR. New. Moon—June 4th—at 8.23 a.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 29 May 1875

WEEKLY CALENDAR. New. Moon — June 4th — at 8-23 a.m. ?2, # .' I * . I £ 'g o Remaekable Events. *- ™ H ? i & H. M. H. M. 30 8 1st Sunday after Trinity. 6 5G 4 58 31 M l6t immigrant ship arrived in 6 56 4 58 1 Tu ' [Sydney, 1831 6 57 4 58 2 W 1st female convict ship arrived 6 57 4 57 3 Tli [in Sydney, 17906 584 56 4 F M'lntyre (explorer) died, 18G6 6 59 4 5G 5 S 7 04 56

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ENGLISH MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 29 May 1875

: -ENGLISH MAIL. Letters for the next English -Hail-steamer, via San Francisco, must be posted in Burrowa hot later than Friday, morning, June 4th, at half -past 7 o'clock.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 29 May 1875

WINTER GOODS! WINTER GOODS! WINTER GOODS! IMMENSE ARRIVALS OF GROCERIES, &C, Pudnian Street, Burrowa. J. H. CLAIPETT 'OESPECTPULLY invites the attention of the general public to his present Large -IX and Varied Assortment of SEASONABLE GOODS, which will be sbld CHEAP. Having been purchased to the best advantage, the whole will be disposed of AT EXTREMELY MODERATE PRICES, S^hose inclined to BSuy will find this a favourable opportunity for Saving Money. DRESS DEPARTMENT. This department will be found replete with articles of first class value, including — Satin Cloth, in all the New Shades of Colour ; All- Wool Repps, „ „ „ French Merinoes, in every colour and quality ; Wool Plaids, in Shepherds' and Bob Boy ; A large lot of Aberdeen and Super. Winceys. Shawl and Mantle Department. Velvet and Silk Mantles; Black and Coloured Cloth Jackets, trimmed with Fur, and richly braided, in all sizes — a very choice selection ; A large assortment* of Rob Boy and Shepherds' Plaid Shawls. ...

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STOCK AND STATION REPORTS. [ROBINSON AND BESNARD'S REPORT.] [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 29 May 1875

STOCK AND STATION REPORTS. [Robinson and Besnabd'b Repoet.] Fat Stock. — Demand quiet. No transactions to report. Store Cattle. — The late rains have caused more inquiry in this class of stock ; and Victorian buyers are now coming forward: We this week sold, in conjunction with Messrs. Wilkinson, Harm, Minchin, and Co., 238 bullocks, for Mr. Wm. Marshall, Wyalong, to Mr. B. Gray, Wal leragang ; and on account of Mr. B. J. Newland, ^feden, to Mr. Jos. A. McKinnon, Memagong, 40 ^Hl of mixed cattle ; and have offered 500 '^QDcks on Bland. . ? _ ♦/Store Sheep. — Transactions etill continue in this class of stock. Wo sold to Mr. Jos. A. McKinnon, 'Mcmagong, 5000 breeding ewes ; and; V. for that gentleman, a small lot to Mr. J.Minehan, Wombat. ' . Stations, &c. — There are several buyers in the market for good properties, stocked and un stocked ; and we have some now under offer, for which we hope to close in a few days. We sold several selections, within a few miles of the town, ...

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LATEST INTELLIGENCE. REUTER'S TELEGRAMS TO AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATED PRESS. LONDON, MAY 21. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 29 May 1875

LATEST INTELLIGENCE.: BEDTEB'S TEfcEGBAMB \ \. TO ATJSTEALIAN ASSOCIATED PRBBS, '^L London, May Uf^FL The strike of colliers in South Wales has vir- ? tually terminated. -- :? .jS Fuance.— The Republicans have expressed their {- approval of the Constitution Bill, which has been - ' introduced into the National 'Assenibly. ?Spain. — A decree of King Alfonso authorises lUe liberty of the Press in Spain. Meetings are being held preparatory to tbe Elections to the Cortes. ' May, 22. The wheat market is declining, with the pros pects of an abundant harvest from tbe warm rains.' Copper of all kinds is quiet at late quotations The tin market is firm, with hardening prices ; Straits, £83 to £84 ; Australian, £82. 'Wool. Sales. — A private London telegram states that wools of all kinds are stronger ; and crossbreds higher. London, May 24. Belgium. — The Liege tribunal has dismissed the charge against Duchesne, and the result has created a profound sensation at Berlin. , Religious Disturbance...

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PARLIAMENT OF NEW SOUTH WALES FRIDAY, May 21. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 29 May 1875

PARLIAMENT.OF NEW SOOTH WALES Friday, May 21. In tbe Legislative Assembly, — On the motion of Mr. Buchanan, leave was given to bring in a bill to amend the iaw in reference to divorce, and the bill was brought in and read a first time. On tbe motion of Mr. W. Forster the temporary supply Bill for the month of May was read a third time and passed. The House then went into committee for the further consideration of Ma1. Piddington's eight resolutions on the subject of immigration. Mr. Buchanan moved, as an amendment, that tbe whole matter, involving as it did a large ex penditure of the public money, be remitted to the responsible Ministers of the Crown to be dealt with. Mr. Piddington opposed the amendment, and advanced arguments to show that, in bis opinion, this question of immigration was one that might very fairly be taken up by the House. The hon. member defended the proposed appointment of an Immigration Board and several other points em bodied in tbe resolutions he bad submitt...

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COMMERCIAL. BURROWA PRICES CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 29 May 1875

COMMERCIAL. BURROWA PRICES CURRENT. Flour, fine, £15 per ton, or 32s. per bag. Ditto, seconds, £14 per ton. Bran, £5 per ton. Pollard, Is. per bushel. Wheat, 5s. per bushel. Maize, 6s. per buslinl. Oats, 5s. per bushel. Barley, scarce, 4s. per bushel. Hay, £6 per ton. &t Cheese, (id. per 11). Butter, Is. per lb. Bacon, 6d. per lb. Eggs, Is. per dozen. Potatoes, 10s. per cwt. Sheepskins, 2d. to Cd. per lb. Hides, 3d, to 4d. per lb. Wattle bark, £3 10s. per ton. Sawn Timber (delivered), 20s. per 100 feet.

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IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 29 May 1875

IMPOUNDINGS. Bukbangong. — Impounded at Burrangong, on May 18th, from Cudgell Creek, by Mr. William Wallace :— ? Bay horse, J D off shoulder, J off cheek, near hind foot white, stripe down face, Bhod, aged, 15 hands. To be sold on Juno 10th. Cowra. — Impounded at Cowra, on May 18th, from Hovell's Creek, by Mr. Patrick Neville : — Black mare, both hind feet white, star in fore head, white mark across withers, m over H near shoulder, aged, 15 hands. Brown horse, star and stripe in face, near hind foot white, M off shoulder, like I M near shoul der, aged, 15 hands. Also, on the same date, from Carrio Park, by Mr. Patrick Dwyer :— Chesnut horse, star in forehead, four white feet, mark of sore back, lame off hind foot, like S over like ts over like SS near shoulder, broken in-aged, 15 hands. To be sold on June 10th.

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WEDNESDAY, MAY 26th. (Before W. D. Campbell and W. J. E. Wotton, Esquires.) Drunk and Disorderly. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 29 May 1875

Wednesday, May 26th. (Before W. D. Campbell and W. J. E. Wotton, Esquires.) Drunk and Disorderly. George Webster pleaded guilty to a charge of being drunk and disorderly, and was fined 5s. or 48 hours imprisonment. To a second charge of using indecent language, the prisoner pleaded not guilty, and having been convicted, was fined 20s. or a fortnight's imprisonment. Illegal Detention of a Horse. Stephen Woodcock v. Catherine Woodcock. Mr. Donovan for defendant. On the application of defendant's attorney the case was postponed, 5b. costs of tho day being allowed for the complainant. Illegal Detention of aHors&. David Stuart v. M. Kersliaw. Dayid Stuart deposed: The information now read is true ; in March 1875, 1 bought a bay mare branded W2L over TT with 2 in two or three places ; after I bought her the defendant claimed her ; I bad her in a paddock, but I let defendant have her until I made inquiries as to whether she had been sold out of Marengo Pound as was represented to m...

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BURROWA COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS. SATURDAY, MAY 22nd (Before W. J. E. Wotton, Esq.) Uttering a Forged Chegae. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 29 May 1875

BURROWA COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS.' '' SATDBDAy, Mat 22nd.. r (Before W. J. E. Wotton, Esg.) Uttering a Forged Clieaae. Regina v, John Ralph. Michael O'Dwyer deposed: I am , senior con stable stationed -at Dryburgh} about half-past seven o'clock yescerday morning -I arrested the prisoner John Ralph on the other side of tbe Fish River : I saw him on the top of a bill ; I saw him coming down tbe same track that I was going up ; when he saw me he turned back and ran ; I gal loped after him and arrested him- by virtue of the warrant which 1 now produce, wherein be is charged with uttering a forged cheque ; I brought him to Burrowa and confined him in tbe lockup ; in answer to the charge, prisoner said be knew nothing about it ; I pray for a remand for eight days for further evidence. Prisoner was remanded accordingly.

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SMALL DEBTS COURT. WEDNESDAY, MAY 26. (Before W. D. Campbell and W. J. E. Wotton, Esquires. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 29 May 1875

SMALL DEBTS COURT. . Wednesday, May 26. (Before W. D. Campbell and W. J. E. Wotton, Esquires. Micbael McEwen sued P. H. Scott for £3 2s. 5d., balance owing on wheat After hearing the evidence the Bench gave a verdict for defendant. Michael Cashen.v. Michael Corcoran. Plaintiff sued to recover £1 4s., excessive damages on an entire impounded by tbe defendant. A verdict was given tor plaintiff for 8s. 6d. Jobn Downs v. Richard Balgowan. Potatoes sold and delivered £3 Is. Verdict for plaintiff.

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FRIDAY, MAY 28. (Before W. J. E. Wotton, Esq.) Uttering a Forged Cheque, [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 29 May 1875

Friday, May 28. (Before W. J. E. Wotton, Esq.) ? Uttering a Forged Cheoue. The prisoner John Ralph, who had been remanded on the 22nd on a charge of uttering a forged cheque, was brought up for the further investigation of the charge against him. Michael O'Dwyer deposed : The evidence I gave, on the 22nd instant, and which has been read over to me, is true ; I searched prisoner, and found a purse containing two one pound notes and a cheque, drawn on the commercial Bank, in favour of John Ralph ; the right hand corner of tbe cheque, where the date should be is torri off ; I received a cheque, which I now produce, from Frederick O'Leary, on the 27th March last, for tbe. sum of £8 7s.-, I noticed the words 'no account ' marked on tbe cheque ; in consequence of information i received, I obtained a warrant for prisoner's apprehension ; be has since been from home, and evading the police. To prisoner : You said that you obtained the cheque from JolVn Larkliatn, and that John Bar low had w...

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JOACHIM v. O'SHANASSY. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 12 June 1875

JOACHIM v. O'SHANASSY. ! In the second of these now celebrated (suits, that of Annie Joachim v. O'Shanassy, the OMef Justice Bummed up to the jury as follows : — I His Honor said that before 1861, tlii only mode in which a pereon could acquire Cro\m lands was by purchase at public auction. If a ppson wished to acquire any quantity of land, the practice was to apply to the Government to have ^he land put up to auction. A month's notice was then given ; the auction took place, and the highest b dder was declared the purchaser. This was the inly way in 'which Crown lands could be alienate 1, and a comparatively small portion of them ha- been so alienated. It was thought by the Legi ilature in 1861 that more facilities than had previ jusly ej- ist£d shjould $ given &-r tie oultiyatip] arid im provement of-tho waste lands of the ec ony. In that year twoA'dtswere passed— the Cro m Lands Alienation Aot, and the Crown Lands 0 scupation Act, ? It was with the. former Act only that th...

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THE NEW BABY [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 12 June 1875

TEEjmH;m^^ ' fhaVt welcome, little Wo^ytW, i ??*?»/. ' ?Mmeeorebad.- r ', 'WeVeSHbyt o' pbbbies for eawr Joe ; ; . ._, Jjiawlaa? . - . ? 'Aw'.ire.qften yeard mi feythertell, 'At Whim aw coom iHh' world miisel .Trade wur slack.' ' .. , ;. . :i.,^; lwneaw^el)p;#rkp'ooiii1!tJffpo ' - Butaw.muilb6!fearlihee»iv-aw.4o . . .' ; s- Thwnfobktk. ?????- ???' ??'? ; ,p;;: . God bless thBe.lovelaw'nifaiptha'itj^ ; ! Just try1 an1 'iriak' thiseT iiwhoato ; ' ? ; ' ' ?;?**?-_ _ ? '^--Whatfai'too'd?' : -:''- ??;;:, .'/':.'; Thou'.rt loike thy mother to a tee ; ? ' - '' ?'Bdt'tWs tlii feyther's nose, aw see : , ^ WeII,.aw'm Wow'd ' ?? Hush-! huRh I tha munno cry tUis.wa But get this lope o'tcinder tay, While it's warm. ' Mi mother used to give it me .. . ., . When aw wur sich a lad as thee, \ :??'-, Inher arm: ''? '..-.? ' Hush a tabby^r-hush a bee — - -Ob, — Lot ji iompov 1 jdefff-a-Dlei . , : ? Heaw tha shroikeB 1 ?Pore's. a bit. o] -sugar, .sithee,; , ^ -.. Howd tlii noise, an' then aw'U'gie th o...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 12 June 1875

NOTICE. GR EN HIDES and SHEEPSKINS 'urchased, for GASH, by the under signed ......... A. HANCOCK. Bur iwa, 19th June, 1874. IN HE SUPREME COURT OF NEW SOUTH WALES [ EOOLESIABTICAL JURISDICTION. In thefestate of CORNELIUS STINSON, Ia» of the Lower Burrowa River, near Blrrowa, in the Colony of New South Wiles, an Infant, deceased, intestate. 'VTOSCE is hereby given that, at the ex J-l pration of 14 days from the publica tion herjof, PATRICK STINSON, of Lower Burrowalliver aforesaid, Farmer, Father of the said deceased, intends to apply to this Honoral e Court, in its Ecclesiastical Juris diction, -r Letters of Administration of the estate of :he above-named deceased. Dated this Eleventh Day of June, A.D. 1875. H ENRY GREGORY DONOVAN, Burrowa, Proctor for the Applicant. By Me !abth7 & Robertson, His Agents, Sydney. SALfc BY AUCTION TOWN ALLOTMENTS. A. HANCOCK HAS received instructions from Mr. J. H. Welmak to Sell by Public Auction, ON THE GROUND, ON Thursday, June 17 th, At 12...

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