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LOCAL LAND REVENUE. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 3 July 1875
LOCAL LAND REVENUE. ... We are indebted to W. J. E. Wotton, Esq., for the following return, showing the amounts re ceived at the Burrowa Lands Office during the quarter ending 30tli June, 1875 : — i £ s. d. Conditional Purchases, — Deposits ? 5026 15 0 Interest ? 410 111 Balance ? H 0 0 . Deed Fee ? 10 0 £5451 1G 11 Auction Sales, — Deposit ? 11 15 0 Balances ? r ? 198 8 9 Deeds ? , ? 400 : £214 3 9! Selections after Auction ? :... 115 5 0 Deeds.... ? ? 200, Timber Licenses ? 4 0 0 ? Leases ? 13 19 6 j Sheep Assessment ? 117 0 0 Fines ? 14 15 0 Fees ...„......;..... ? 7 3 4 License granted by Bench ? 0 2 6 District Court Fees ? 2 13 0 Total ? £5942 19 0
GRASS-SOWING. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 3 July 1875
GRASS-SOWING. A theorist on grass-Bowing -writes to the jnow Zealand Weekly Herald : — Having a little clear ing to sow with grass last year, for the first time, I began to think about the best way of doing it, and the quantity of seed to use — before, at the time of doing it, and much more since. I, have heard most of those whom I thought the best ac quainted with it — with one exception — insisting upon sowing plenty of seed, i. e., a large quantity, two bushels at least, three if you can afford it, and that it was false economy to be sparing in your grass-seed. Well, thinking it over, and put ting my observations together, I have come to the opposite conclusion, aud believe thick sowing to be injurious and often destructive to a young grass crop, as it is to those other grasses — wheat, oats, &c, which we call cereals. We know with the cereals, to bow them over thick is to spoil your crop ; so, is it witb the pastures, I believe. But then, the proper thickness depends gre...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 3 July 1875
?. .-':-:'i—.::, ;;?-?-, Extract from . .j ..' WWN AND :COmF&Y JOURNAL, ??;??'. ???'(. \Novembeb 29th, 1874. ' ' lii regard to Messre. 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 £p packages are about two feet equai e, and are forwarded, by arrangement with Messrs. Cobb and Co., to any post-town, free of carriage, within 300 iniles north, or south, or we&i 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 Bent to their address — 167 and 169, Oxford-street (formerly South Head Boad), or 608, Brickfield-hill...
POST-OFFICE TIME-TABLE. ARRIVAL AND DESPATCH OF MAILS. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 3 July 1875
POST-OFFICE TIME-TABLE. ABRIVAL AND DESPATCH OF MAILS. Aeeivals. .From Yass & Tangmangaroo : On Tuesday, Wed nesday, Thursday, and Saturday, at 4 p.m. From Young and Marengo : On Monday, Wednes day, and Friday, at 7*30 a.m. From Dalton and Bye Park : On Saturday, at 6 p.m. From Eeid's Plat, via Frogmore : On Monday, at 6 p.m. Depabtcbes. For Yass and Tangmangaroo : On Sunday, lion day, Wednesday, and Frida}', at 8 a.m. For Young & Marengo : On Wednesday, Thursday, and Saturday, at 4*20 p.m. For Bye Park and Dalton : 0n Friday, at 7 a.m. For Reid's Flat, via Frogmore : On Sunday, 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 hours of 1 p.ttu and 2 p.m., for delivery only.
PARLIAMENT OF NEW SOUTH WALES. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 30. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 10 July 1875
PARLIAMENT OF NEWISQUTH WiLES. ' f : -, ; WiDKESDAY.. JlUfB 30. In the Legislative Council,-^.. The Houso at its meeting wont into committee on the Lands Acts Amendment Bijl, for the furifaer consideration of its details. ; ... ' Clause 5 (conditfonaTpurchase by minors). The questiopbefore'Hiecomtoittee Was a. proposal that the Offe at -which minors should he: eueible 'to purchase land conditionally be eighteen years instead of sixteen years, .as provided . in \ the clause. , . j . ' Mr. Docker, Mr. Dalley, Sir William Manning, Mr. Holt, and Sir Alfred Stephen supported the terms of the clause asto age ;. and the proposed amendment was' supported' by Mr. Darley, Mr. Samuel, Mr. C. Campbell, Mr. De Salis, and Mr;©wefi. . The amendment was agreed to, on division, by a majority of 10 to 8. . . The proviso at the end of the clause, excluding cases of litigation which involved the' question of the selector's age entered upon prior to the bringing in of 'this Act, was omitted, and an addi...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 10 July 1875
MEDICAL HALL, BURROWA. IT is requested that ALL ACCOUNTS due to the above Establishment BE PAID AT ONCE. T. J. GARRY. Bnrrowa, Jnly 8th, 1875. ? A. H. C-J5UILD. mHE undermentioned have CEASED TO BE A MEMBERS of ST. PATRICK'S BRANCH of the HOLY CATHOLIC GUILD :— Messrs. DANIEL O'ROURKE and THOMAS RYAN, both of Burrowa. J. H. CLAMPETT, Warden. ? Burrowa, 8th July, 1875. St. Patrick's School, BURROWA. \ /TR. SHANNON begs to notify to Parents JjlL that he is now prepared to accommo date a Limited Number of Pupils as BOARDERS. Terms will be found strictly moderate. Burrowa, 9th Jnly, 1875. ? ' FREEMAN'S JOURNAL.' I HAVE this day appointed Mb. JOHN SHANNON Agent for the above Paper in Burrowa and its vicinity. His receipt only will be held valid by the Proprietors, none other having authority to collect. JAMES A. G. MoHALE, For Butleb & MoGibb. Burrowa, July 9th, 1875. ? EROGMQRE CuPPEll MIMeT A MEETING of the SHAREHOLDERS J\ of the above MINE will be held at Mr. John Hayes1 West-...
COMMERCIAL. BURROWA PRICES CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 10 July 1875
COMMERCIAL. BUEROWA PRICES CURRENT. Flour, fine, £14 per ton, or 30s. per bag. Ditto, seconds, £13 per ton. Bran, £5 per ton. Pollard, Is. per bushel. Wheat, 5s. per bushel. Maize, 6s. per bushel. Oats, 5s. per bushel. Barley, scarce, 4s. per bushel. Hay, £6 per ton. Cheese, 6d. per lb. Butter, Is. per lb. Bacon, 6d. per lb. Eggs, Is. per dozen. Potatoes, 7s. per cwt. Sheepskins, 2d. to 6d. per lb.
IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 10 July 1875
IMPOUNDINGS. Cowra.— Impounded at Cowra, on July 3rd, from Jerula Paddock, by George Campbell, Esq., J.P. :— Bay horse, JML conjoined over JML conjoined near shoulder, aged, 16 hands. Bay horse, JML conjoined over JML conjoined near shoulder, aged, 15£ hands. Bay horse, star in forehead, blaze in face, snip on nose, off hind foot white, JML conjoined over JML conjoined near shoulder, aged, 15} hands. Chesnut horse, like indistinct brand near shoul der, like JC off shoulder, broken-in, aged, 15 hands. - Black horse, star io forehead, 2 over JH con joined off shoulder, blotch near thigh, 3 years, 15 hands. To be sold on July 22nd. Gunning. — Impounded at Gunning, on July 2nd, from Chain of Ponds, by Mr. W. Alchin : — Bay horse, saddle-marked, switch tail, T-R near shoulder, 8| years, 14 hands. Also, on same, date, from Collingwood, by order of R H. Kennedy, Esq. :— Bay mare, star, set of shoes on, M over T C, or M over T G, off shoulder, aged, 14 hands. Also, on same date, from Lerida...
STOCK AND STATION REPORTS. [BROCK & BROUGHTON'S REPORT.] [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 10 July 1875
RTOnK- AND STATION REPORTS. PBeock & Bboughton'b Repobt.] Fat Stock.— Market dull— the trade being fully supplied. We have enquiries from a Victorian buver for about 3000 fat wethers; immediate inspection if procurable. Quotations— bullocks, £7 to £8 10s. ; cows, £6 to £7 ; wethers, IOs. to 11s. 6d. ; ewes, 8s. to 9s. Store Cattle.— The demand is very limited for any class except young bullocks fit for the yoke, or of fattening age. The supply continues plenti ful. We have sold on acconnt of Messrs. Jas. Mackinnon & Co. to Messrs. John Evans & Co, 10 workers at £10, and 4 ditto at £12 per head, tackling given in. We have numerous enquiries for bullock teams. Quotations— Bullocks, £4 to £5 10s. ; cows, £3 to £4 10s. Store Sheep. — There is not a brisk demand at present, but sound young sheep of either sex are saleable at a slight reduction on owners' reserves. We have a very large number of all classes, for which we are open to treat. Our sales have been, at a...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 10 July 1875
Wlffi IMMENSE ARRIVALS OF GROCERIES, AC, AT -. Pudinan Street, Burrowa. J. H. CLAMPETT EESPECTFULLY invites the attention of the general public to his present Large ana Varied Assortment of SEASONABLE GOODS, which will be sold CHEAP. Having been purchased to the best advantage, the whole will be disposed of AT EXTREMELY MODERATE PRICES. 3fhose inclined to SSuy 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 Eepps, „ ,i » French Merinoes, in every colour and quality ; Wool Plaids, in Shepherds' and Eob Roy ; 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 Eob Eoy and Shepherds' Plaid Shawls. HOUSEHOLD DRAPERY. Sheeting, \ Oil B'j'» ....
POST-OFFICE TIME-TABLE. ARRIVAL AND DESPATCH OF MAILS. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 10 July 1875
:-; ^awiBt^B! w0aj0&& ?.'??: ABBlvAL Wd 'Ji&f&iak OS MAILS. ??'??. ''?.???? ; Aheivais. ? fVpm Taas jSTMigmBBagMOQ i On Tuesday, Wed ? 1-. ^^ hiesday,'&Jir6day,;'MidSaturday| it iip.tn: Prom Young and M&rengb : 1 0n MondigyWeaneST j day, and:F*iday, TBJtf rSO/Sun. ? ??,''': ' Ifcbm Dalton an! Eye PJufk :!;On Saturday, at 6 .?'?? ? p;m. ' : ?/'' - .? '??' ? ?' ? -?: ? ? -. ' -.- ' From Reid's Flat, via Trogmore : On Monday, at 6 p.m. ' ? Depastures. For Yass and Tangmangaroo : On 'Sunday, Mon'-; day, Wednesday, and Friday, at 8 a.in. For Young & Marengo : On Wednesday, Thursday, and Saturday, at 4*20 p.m. For Bye Park and Dalton : Oh^riday, at 7 a.m. ~: For Reid's TJat,tiJa Frogmore :~On 'Sunday, aj . 6&m '?'' ;. Money-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. arid 2 p.m., for delivery only.
HOLY CATHOLIC GUILD. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 10 July 1875
HOLY CATHOLIC GUILD. The half-yearly meeting of the above Society was held in the Catholic School-room on Sunday last There, was a large Attendance of members. The Rev. J.: Dunne— the Chaplain of the Spolety^ —occupied the chair, and called upon the Seoretary (Mr. J,. Shannon) to read the JOouhcIFa Report,*: copy jqi which 'we subjoin :— /? : :T The Fourth 'Half-Yeably Report of St. Patrick's Beanch of the A. H. C. Guild, Bubbowa. Srethretij — Your Council has now to submit a report of Hits labors and of the working-^of the Guild daring the' past six months';' mfad in so doing it affords matter for gratulatiori that the general tenor of the report is highly satisfactory. At the close of the last half-year there were 47 members on the Books of the Society.''' Of 'theSeJ 2 have since died ; 1 resigned ; 1 transferred tt- Sydney Branch'; and Heft the district1 Against thiB, 28 novices have been received, and 2--rens- fers admitted from other Branches, leaving the number on the Society'...
CONDITIONAL PURCHASES BURROWA DISTRICT.— [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 10 July 1875
Conditional Pubchabes Bubrowa Distbict. — At the local Land Office, on Thursday last, the following conditional purchases were made : — Parish of Nurung— William Cahill, 320 acres; James Gooley, 40 acres ; Edmond Thomas Dwyer, 70 acres. Parish of Narallen — Richard Dwyer, 100 acres. Parish of Cungera — Sarah Anne Mar tin, 50 acres. Parish of Binalong — Francis Gannon, jun., 40 acres. Parish of Bala — Phillip Slattery, one lot of 40 acres, and one of 91 acres. Total area selected, 751 acres, and since January 1st, 33,602 acres. Bubrowa Small Debts Coubt.— The following cases were adjudicated at the sitting of this Court, on Wednesday last, July 7th. Long v. Dwyer ; in the absence of the defendant, and on proof of debt by the plaintiff, a verdict was given in his favour for £9 14s. Newman v. Keating. Plaintiff was nonsuited, the Court holding that defendant was not liable to plaintiff, who must sue the party whom he had agreed to serve. Preston v. Ure ; upon proof of claim by plaintif...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 10 July 1875
ffilje §ttiTofo;t §tefos Is published at the Office, Marsden-street^ Burrowa, every Saturday morning, in time for circulation by tht early Mails all over the Colony. Terms of Subscription : — When paid in advance for 3 months, 5s. ; if booked, 6s. Single copies, 6rf. All accounts are rendered quarterly, and prompt settlement is requested. For Advertisements the fottouring are the charges : — Hbr the first inch or\less of space, 3s. ; for every suit* quent inch or less of the same advertisement, Is. 6d. A reduction of twenty five per cent, will be made oh mil advertisements inserted for three months i ami tf 10 per cent, if inserted for one month. Bureowa .-—Printed and published by Gaosai Eison, at the N»wt' Office, Mindgn-etreet.
WEEKLY CALENDAR. Moon's first quarter—July 10TH—at 8.45 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 10 July 1875
WEEKLY CALENDAR Moon's first quarter-— July 10th — at 8-45 p.m. 5 ji ? I | . t ! » *g ,'o REMARKABLE EVENTS. U . 2 *g ' J - H. M. H. M. II 8 1th Sunday after Trinity. 7 6 5 3 12 M ,7654 13 Tu Napoleon L surrendered, 1815 7 5 5 5 14 W French Revolution com., 1789 7 55 5 15 Th Massacre of Cawnpore, 1857 7 4 5 6 16 F 7 45 6 17 S Earl Grey died, aged 80, 1845 7 4 5 7 ®|e §tttwfott $jtos SATUBDAY, JULY 10th, 1875. measure in a hurried session. Unless the Land Act of 1861 has been found radically injurious — an assertion which Mr. Bobertson ?will refuse to admit— it might well have been continued until more time could be spared than can be well allotted even to this impor tant matter of public polity, now that the public business is hopelessly in arrear. The amendments which Mr. Darley has already succeeded in carrying will scarcely recommend themselves to an Assembly which has either deliberately rejected them, or se lected other plans. The prohibition of all conditional purchase by mino...
LATEST INTELLIGENCE. REUTER'S TELEGRAMS TO AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATED PRESS. LONDON, JUNE 30. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 10 July 1875
lATB^ pJTOLtlGBNCM. ?;' TOiiTJBTBAUiHJLfflOOLi'rBD JBESS. ./.,,- The; Cape Cabinet .have objected to consider. Earl CarnatTOn's .enggeetions that there should be a conference of delegatoafromthe South African because such nifcep fa pp*widfiifld,.prOTatwS- «-' ^ Ite American team *f riflemen won a match erainst the. Irish team by 38 points. .:- ?. j --_- ...;.-,. '/.-I:' ' ? .-:????? ;.V,- ? .' : .'.PH .V. Dr. Croke has been created Archbishop of - CasheL A-,- ,-,;-?: : ?-.- ? -,- . : ? :.-..? .v .,. ? «v. The contract, with the Eastern Extension A Telegraph rGompany has bee^n signed. .The -^P agreement is that thecompany is to laythe cable for a Subsidy «f £7600. for ten yeasr, the expense to be ^6hared between the New. Zealand; and Sydney Governments. : It' promises ? ten- word; messages between England and Port Darwin for £3, provided that the Australian Governments pay £20,000 yearly. . a: Sir J. Vogel is gone to the 'Weilerbach Baths. Mr. Waterhbuse returns immediately to New Ze...
A "SPELLING BEE." [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 10 July 1875
A«SPELLINGBEE.' .Wbiting on the 1st April last, the Philadelphia, correspondent of the ? London' Times states that the session of Congress being ended and business not yet having thoroughly revived, the American' people have during the paBt I ew weeks been indulging in a new pastime, which iB becoming as universal as it is popular. This ib the 'Spelling Bee,' a New England invention which haB made rapid strides over the country. 'Spelling' for prizes is the prevailing infatuation, and every town and village is having its 'bee,' attended by crowds who cheer the successful and laugh at those, who are afflicted with a ' bad spell.' The amusement furnished by these contests is hearty and genuine, and nothing could be more harmless. It is gratifying to know that the public taste, diverted into this channel, wiU enjoy a temporary relief from the almost perpetual political wrang ling in which we indulge. The most elaborate 'Spelling Bee' in this part of the country was held at the -Academy...
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 10 July 1875
It is difficult to predict the ultimate fate of the Lands Acts Amendment Bill. The changes already made by the Council have materially altered its provisions, and show the want of prudence exhibited by the Go vernment in introducing this ill-digested