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PARLIAMENT OF NEW SOUTH WALES. FRIDAY, JULY 2. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 10 July 1875
PARLIAMENT OF NEW SOUTH WALES. '.'.'; -- . xFjuday, July 1. In the Legislative Council,— The House went into Committee for the further consideration ' of the Lands Acts Amendment Bill. ' - Clause 10, (Owners of conditional purchases under eighteen years of age to be liable upon contract) was passed with a verbal amendment. Clause 11 (Temporary boundaries of land until surveyed by Government) was altered in several particulars not materially affecting its provisions. Clause J2 (Forjn p£ measurement of portions selected)' and reservation of roads and water, little amendment was made in the body of the clause, but the proviso at the end, after being subjected to lengthy discussion, was passed in a shape to prevent tWyitiation of any conditional purchase on the ground of any error or uncertainty in the description of the land purchased, if the Minister was satisfied that such land was the land intended to be described in the application ; and when the land was finally measured by the Go...
EUROPEAN MAIL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 10 July 1875
EUEOPEAN MAIL NEWS. Belgium. — A strike at the Charleroi collieries has assumed an aspect of the utmost gravity. A bar-d of colliers attempted to cut the cords at the mouth of a pit, with the object of precipitating the waggons down the shaft, and the gendarmes experienced great difficulty in keeping the rioters in check. Reinforcements arrived, and succeeded in weventine1 further diKhirlwnwB Germany. — A gun factory hi Upper Austria is said to be making 250,000 rifles for Germany. It has delivered 180,000, and has received a further order for 75,000. A Vienna firm is reported to be executing a German order for. 30,000,000 of car tridges for delivery in June. AnsTEiA.— A telegram from Vienna states that the Danube has taken possession of its new bed, which had been prepared for it by the Danube Regulation Commission, but not quite in the way meant by the engineers. The new- bed was dug out in three sections, separated from each other by two dykes which were left, and over which the ...
Latest Intelligence. (FROM MESSRS. GORDON AND GOTCH.) [BT ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] SYDNEY—JULY 9, 5.15 P.M. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 10 July 1875
§/ate$t Intelligence. (Fkom Meesbs. Gobdon and Gotoh.) [by electric telegeaph.] SYDNEY-July 9, 5-15 p.m. In the Legislative Assembly, — The Gold Duty Abolition Bill has passed its third reading. It was then transmitted to the Legislative Council, and read a first time in that Chamber. The amendments proposed in the Stamp Duties Bill have been agreed to, and the adoption of the Committee's Report fixed for to-night. The Postmaster-General intends to ask the Blouse on Wednesday next to approve of the San Francisco Mail Contract recently ac cepted by the Government. A petition has been presented against Mr. Hungerford's election for the Upper Hunter. The steamer Susanna Cuthbert has been totally wrecked on the Long Reef. The crew were saved. The Suez Mail-steamer takes away 220,750 sovereigns. The Fat Cattle market is moderately sup plied ; and competition is active for prime quality. Best bullocks are quoted at £9 to £9 10s. Sheep of good quality are scarce; and prices have slightly a...
CROWN LAND SALES. AT TEE POLICE OFFICE, BOOROWA, On Monday, 19th July, 1875. COUNTRY LOTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 10 July 1875
CROWN LAND SALES. AT THE POLICE OFFICE, BOOROWA, On Monday, 19th July, 1875. O0UNTEY LOTS. Lot A, portion 11, 47 acres 3 roods, in county of Harden, parish of Mylora, adjoining tbc western boundary of B. J. Garry's conditional purchase of 100 acres, No. 72. , Lot B, portion 156, 41 acreB 3 roods, in county of Harden, parish of Nurung, on the western side of the road from Murrumburrali to Burrowa, ad joining the eastern boundary of J. Cabill'e con ditional purchase of 96 acres 2 roods. No. 94. Lot C, portion 159, 79 acres, in the county of Harden, parish of Nurung, on the western side of the road from Murrumburrah to Burrowa, adjoin ing the southern boundary of P. Cahill's condi tional purchase of 40 acres, No. 158. Upset price, £1 per acre.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 10 July 1875
? ?_??????;.?? ??'??? ' IiE'CKA-Xi. ' /'Mr.: Hairy Ctamwaa, MA,t ; flOLIOITOB, Attends at Murrnmburrah every Court day ; „ Binalong, Young, and Gowta,, on retainer. Office'.— Bhial-Steeet, Bubbowa. A* E. MIDDLETON, Umkt States, , JMti' Gteaeff&I Goiamtssloa Age&t B TJ I& E. O 'W -A.. Business connected with Selections and other lands conducted through Mr. M. Fitz . patrick, M.L.A., Sydney. THE ROYAL HOTEL, PEOPRIETOE. SPIRITS, ALES, WINKS, LIQUEUBS, &c., OF THE BEST QUALITY. Good and Commodious Stabling. ROBINSON & BESNARD, STOCK &3STATION AGENTS, AND AUCTWNEERS, Agent at Burrowa ? Me. A. Hancock. COMMERCIAL HOTEL, MURRUMBURRAH. JOHN DILLON BEGS to return thanks to 'his numerous Friends and Customers for the liberal patronage they have bo kindly bestowed on him for nearly a space of thirteen years, and would ateo remind them that he has enlarged the Hotel considerably, and made extensive additions to the Stabling. The COMMERCIAL flpTEL...
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 10 July 1875
Larrikinism, at Cooma, appears to be carried to an extreme. On the night of last Saturday week fowls were killed, and the dead bodies thrown opposite Messrs. Hall and Dunn's store ; a dray wheel, after having been taken ofLwas placed on a part of the road which the mail, but for its having been so many hours after time, must have passed ; and, to crown all, the tail of an unfortu nate dog was docked off and replaced by a portion of that of a cow, which bad bees caught and maltreated in the same manner. An Act of Bravery. — An act of bravery on the part of a mother (says the Age) is reported from Springhurst. On Sunday evening last, Mrs. M'Kenna, of the Railway Hotel, at that place, was in tbe act of calling her children from the direc tion of the creek, when 6he was informed by a little girl that her youngest child, aged three years, was in the creek. Wildly rushing down, the poor mother arrived just in time to see the child sink The creek at the spot is ten feet deep, and being in ...
AT THE POLICE OFFICE, YOUNG On Wednesday, July 14th, 1875. COUNTRY LOTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 10 July 1875
AT THE POLICE OFFICE, YOUNG, On Wednesday, Jubj 14$, 1875. COUNTRY LOTS. Lot A, portion 95, 80 acres ; Lot B, portion 96, 40 acres ;— both in the county of Harden, parish of Wallendoon, adjoining the southern and eastern boundaries of J. Denieff's conditional purchase of 80 acres, No. 34. Upset price, £1 per acre. TOWN LOTS. Lots C, D, E, F, G, H, I, J, K, L, allotments 1 to 10, of section 14, 2 roods each ; Lots M, N, O, P, Q, R, S, T, U, V, W, X, allotments 5 to 16, of section 15, 1 rood each ; Lots Y, Z, AA, BB, CC, DD, BE, FF, GG, HH, II, JJ, KK, LL, MM, NN, OO, PP, allotments 2 to 19, of section 16, 1 rood each ; Lots QQ, RR, SS, TT, allotments 13 to 16, of section 25, 1 rood each ;— all in the county of Harden, parish of Wallendoon, village of Murrimboola. Upsefoprice, £8 per acre.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 17 July 1875
WANTED, A GENERAL SERVANT. Apply to MRS. WOTTON, Burrowa. Lemonade MacJiine. WANTED to PURCHASE a LEMONADE . MACHINE. Apply to CHARLES BOND, Baker, Burrowa. July 15th, 1875. O'CONNELL 6th AUGUST. DEMONSTRATION ! ATHLETIC SPORTS, AND mHE COMMITTEE, having decided to Celebrate 1- the O'CONNELL CENTENARY by holding a PUBLIC BANQUET on THURSDAY, 5th AUGUST, — PROCESSION and ATHLETIC SPORTS on the 6th,— to conclude that night with a BALL, — now, appeal to the admirers of the Great Champion of Civil and Religious Liberty — no matter to what class or sect they may belong — to aid in rendering the Celebration an event worthy the occasion. A BRASS~BAND Has been engaged to perform during the Celebration. AN IRISH PIPER I AN IRISH PIPER 1 Pic-nic for the Children attending the Catholic School. DANCING, FOOTBALL, SWINGS, ROUNDERS, And Games of various kinds. A full Programme will appear in next issue of this paper. J. SHANNON, ) - «, J. HAYES, J HoDl Seo8- ' Burrowa, 16th July. WINTER GOdlSS I ...
STOCK AND STATION REPORTS. [MR. A. HANCOCK'S REPORT.] [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 17 July 1875
STOCK AND STATION REPORTS. [Mb. A. Hancock's Report.] I have no sales to report this week I have placed under offer, and to be inspected in a few days, 1000 ewes, and expect to report sale next week. I have also placed under offer two back blocks on the West Bogan, which are to be in spected at once, and hope to effect sale. I have for sale 450 head of first-clasB store bul locks and cows, for which I will be glad to treat with a buyer. I have also for sale 60 bullocks, 3J years old, and 40 young cows, which are repre sented as perfectly quiet and very good. My quotations are : — Store wethers, 8s. to 8s. 6d. ; ewes, 8s. to 10s. 6d. ; fat wethers, 11s. to 12s. 6d. It is difficult to give quotations for store bullocks, buyers being unwilling to operate at the prices now demanded. Burrowa, July 16th.
LATEST INTELLIGENCE. LONDON, JULY 7. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 17 July 1875
LATEST INTELLIGENCE. beuter's telegrams TO AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATED PRESS. London. July 7. In the House of Commons the Hon, R. Bourke, Assistant Under Secretary for Foreign Affairs, replied to a question put by Mr. Bailie-Cochrane (member for the Isle of Wight) in reference to Russian occupation of Khiva, He said that some communications had been made on the subject, but that the correspondence relating to the Russian occupation of Khiva was premature, inas much as the Government had abandoned its policy in regard to the neutral zone, and refused to fetter its freedom .of action. He also added that the relations between Great Britain and Russia continued to be friendly. The Carlist forces under the command of General Dorregary have escaped from Arragon intact into Catalonia. . The Carlists have checked the advance of the Alphonsists in the North. July 8. The Alphonsists have captured Canta Vieja, and taken 2000 prisoners. The Emperor of Germany, it is announced, will visit Italy in Oct...
PARLIAMENT OF NEW SOUTH WALES. FRIDAY, JULY 9. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 17 July 1875
PARLIAMENT OF NEW SOUTH WALES. Fbiday. July 9. In the Legislative Council, — On the motion of Mr. Docker, the Crown Lands Resumption Bill, which provided for the resump tion of lands dedicated to various purposes in different districts, was read a second time. The bill passed through committee, and was reported with amendment. The report was adopted. The House again went into committee fpr the further consideration of the Crown Lands Acts Amendment Bill. Clause 38 (leases may be granted for special purposes) was carried; with the addition of a proviso that such leases shall not exceed the term of five years. Clause 39 (timber reserves) was passed without material alteration. In the course of the discussion Mr. Docker stated that the Government intend to appoint rangers for the protection of forest reserves. Clause 40 (pastoral tenant may remove fencing, &c, from land selected or pre-emptively leased) was amended by providing that for improvements which could not be removed, ...
COMMERCIAL. BURROWA PRICES CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 17 July 1875
COMMERCIAL. BURROWA 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, 12s. per cwt
IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 17 July 1875
IMPOUNDING& Gbenfell'— Impounded at Grenfell, on July 3rd, from Torwood, by W. Stein :— Bay mare, star, off hind foot white, JO near shoulder, C near thigh, broken, 3years, 14 hands. Iron-grey mare, blaze down face, little white olf fore foot and near hind foot, no visible brand, 3 years. To be sold on July 29th. Maeengo. — Impounded at Marengo, on June 28th. from Crooked Corner, by Mr. T. Morgan : — Bay horse, I M over 3 near shoulder, little white on off hind foot. To be sold on July 22nd. Mubbumburrah. — Impounded at Murrumbur rah, on July 3rd, 'from The Falls, by D. H. Camp bell, Esq., J.P. ;— Bay horse, R H near shoulder, blaze and snip, broken-in. Black mare, - over ^ off shoulder, broken, shod. Black mare, star, hollow back, T N near shoul der, broken, aged. Black filly, F F noar shoulder, star, draught breed. Bay mare, T over -j reversed near Rhoulder, blaze, hind feet white, broken. Bay mare, like fn x over like gy or i near shoulder, broken. Black fill}', «-i over ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 17 July 1875
4 ? m f&jje guiTofoa §tte$ # is published at ihe Office, Mamden-street , Burrowa, every Saturday morning, in time for circuuzlwn by the early Mails all oner Hie Colony. Terms of Subscription :—W7ien paid in advance for 3 month*, 5s. ; if booked, 6s. Single copies, Gd. All accounts are rendered quarterly, and prompt settlemtki is requested. For Advertisements Hie following are the cliarge* :— For tlie first inch or'Jess of space, 3s. ; for every subse quent inch or less of the same advertisement, 1*. 6d. A reduction of twenty five per cent, will he made on all advertisements inserted for three inonllis / and of 10 per cent, if inserted for one month. Bdeeowa : — Printed and published by GbobOB Easou, at the News' Office, Matsden street.
AT THE POLICE OFFICE, YOUNG On Friday, 6th August, 1875. COUNTRY LOTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 17 July 1875
AT THE POLICE OFFICE, YOUNG, On Friday, 6lh August, 1875. COUNTRY LOTS. Lot A, portion 103, 56 acres 1 rood ; Lot B, portion 104, 79 acres 1 rood ; — both in the county of Harden, parish of Wallendoon, adjoining and near the northern boundaries of J. A. Mackay's portions 49 and 102, of 40 acres each. Lot C, portion 230, 40 acres, in tbe county of Harden, parish of Cullinga, adjoining the eastern boundary of James Boxsell's conditional purchase of 100 acres, No. 57. Exclusively of a road 1 chain wide. Lot D, portion 236, 40 acres, in the county of Harden, parish of Culliuga, adjoining the eastern boundary of R. Boxsell's conditional purchase of 40 acres, No. 235. Upset price, £1 per acre.
Latest Intelligence. SYDNEY—JULY 16, 5.50 P.M. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 17 July 1875
latest Intelligence. (Fbom Messes. Gobdon and Gotoh.) [by electeio telegbaph.] SYDNEY— July 16, 5-50 p.m. In the Legislative Assembly, Mr. Pidding ton objected to the' Government proceeding with the Stamp Duties Bill, in consequence of that measure having been introduced iu Committee of the whole House, instead of in Committee of Ways and Means, such a course being irregular, and contrary to tlie laws oE Parliament. The Speaker ruled the objec tions to oe ratal ; and tne Jtsiil is tueretore lost. The City Bank has declared a dividend at the rate of 8 per cent, per annum. The Torres' Straits Mail-steamer arrived at Singapore three days in advance of con tract time. A fearful affray took place at Newcastle between the crews of two ships. One man's skull was opened. The general public and. all Friendly and other Societies have been invited to join in the procession on the occasion of the O'Con nell Centenary Celebration. Mr. Sim (miller) has filed -bis schedule, which shows a deficienc...
AGRICULTURAL PROGRESS IN SOUTH AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 17 July 1875
) ^IGRLWB^PR0i&BJ5SS IN JSOBffH ijpf jThe flgricjiiturai: an^jHvftfltppk ^tartBtios of iSoutfe^r AuBtraUaff or ;the lyea* Jgji-j5,t imve TjBehjrejtientlyfL ? published. They show, that in South ,Australi|i,Lr: - ?fis Aja ^.the, .colonies 't,pi,j3fyw ^Soufc^i^lesi jnl ^ptpria||ie^na£qn^^ ^eding*t^jUnj)reoedepj^,^^f^7,3K^s 1 rare sold during the year— a larger quantity ihan : !i'n;anypre(dpuB,year-in.3the: history of 'the colony. .=, 'The figures present a marked contrast, however, ; withithoBe of New .South Wales ;and Victoria in' .other respects. ;' ^Whilst ihe' area ;npw under 'til- ? t lage in New fiouth Wale?, (456,825), showed «n increase of -8132 acres only, and : that, in Victoria . - increased during.. the year , by 46,803 acres, ;pfj^|^ .which area the greater part was land under. artifiypF* ^ cial grasses, the land ploughed last season in South -Australia (1,330,484 acres) showed an increase, of 105,411 acres npon the area ploughed the previous ; season. ' Whilst in...
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 17 July 1875
A Milwaukee chap kissed his girl about forty times right straight along, and when he stopped the tears came into her eyes and she said in a sad tone of voice : ' Ah ! John, I fear you have ceased to love me.' ' No, I haven't,' replied John, ' but I must breathe.' ' Herbert,' said a perplexed mother, 'why is it that you re not a better boy ? ' ' Well, said the little fellow, soberly looking up into her face with bis honest blue eyes, ' I suppose the real reason is that I don't want to be ! ' We think the child gave the reason why all of us, big as well as little, are not better than we are. That's the Kind. — A young lady in Indiana got up at midnight, foddered tbe cows, split some wood, &nd got the water on to wash before, she woke. j.Wbat's the kind of a girl for a man to marry. I 'She'd go out some night and hoe 'two acreB of potatoes. A girl witb her first pair of ear-rings may be described as bored, yet happy.
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 17 July 1875
The course of business in Parliament during the last week, although of some importance, lias been scarcely satisfactory. Iu»the Legis lative Council, the Land Acts Amendment Bill has still engaged the attention of the Committee. Some of its clauses have been without doubt much improved both in their Btyle and purport, but, in other cases, the amendments of the Council have not in creased the value of the Bill. On Tuesday evening, an opportunity was afforded them of re-considering their amendment, which prohibited conditional purchase to minors under 18 years of age. After some discussion the House declined to recede from its former decision. Mr. De Salis, who may be considered the champion of the suffering squatters, failed to gain the approval of the House to the clauses which he had prepared for their relief. On moving his first clause, the object of which was to exclude from selection the greater part of the best pasturages in the colony for 81 years, he found no member willing t...
TIN DEPOSITS OF TASMANIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 17 July 1875
J TIN DEPOSITS OF TASMANIA. The following extracts from the paper ?read.-by Mr. Winkle] of Tasmania(bef ore the meinbers \ of the Royal Society, on Wednesday; July 7th, will be read with'interest :? — . ? 'Mount Bischoffi has an altitude pf 3500 feet (Gould says 2500 feet) above the sea, and but little more than 1000 feet above the surrounding basaltic table land, the ascent being more or Jess gradual from the coast. It consists of erupted euritic porphyry, which forms a crescent-shaped ridge on the summit, the extremities ofw^uch ridge aren'ot more than a quarter of a mile apart, the intervening space being a horseshoe depres sion 'or basin. It is here that the richest deposits of tin ore exist. This basin looks southj and pre sents a natural outlet to the surrounding table land, while the northern aiid western 'slopes are exceedingly steep, presenting a mean angle of 35:. The porphyry is the clijef matrix of the tin ore. It has' burst through the transition strata which repose on ...