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TUESDAY, JULY 20. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 24 July 1875

Tuesday* July 20. Is the Legislative Councilj — The House again went into committee for the further consideration of the Land Acts Amend ment Bill, resuming at the new clause following clause 29 (selector within leased land not to im pound cattle of lessee prior to fencing, unless the cattle be purposely driven on the selection). Exception was taken to an addition to tins clause, which exempted the selector's live stock from impounding off the lessee's land if that live stock did not exceed a certain proportion in number to ^ the area- of the selection and pre-emptive lease. This iiad been regarded as a counterpoise to the exemption given to the lessee for trespass upon the free selector's land. That part of the clause was now struck out, and the whole clause was therefore omitted. The bill was reported to the House with further amendments, and the report adopted. The third reading of the bill wsb fixed an order of the day for July 22. In the Legislative Assembly, — Mr. Parkes moved...

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Latest Intelligence. SYDNEY—JULY 21, 220 P.M. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 24 July 1875

Ifatpst Intelligence. (Fsom Mebsbs. Gordon and Gotch.) [by electric telegbaph.] SYDNEY -July 21, 2-20 p.m. The Suez Mail-steamer Pera was signalled at Adelaide at 10-40 this morning. July 23, 5 80 p.m. In the Legislative Assembly, yesternight, the Minister for Lauds gave evidence to the effect that Messrs. Parkes, Piddington, and Sutherland had conspired with another party for the purpose of inducing the latter to commit himself to legal statements against Hr. Garrett in his official capacity. Not withstanding repeated calls, Mr. Parkes refused to tender an explanation, merely de nying the accusation. Several ' scenes ' occurred, during one of which Mr. Garrett characterised the ex- Ministers as ' cowardly curs.' The affair is causing much sensation. The Supply Bill lias passed its second reading. Mr. Dibbs' education resolutions have been negatived by a large majority. His Excellency the Governor has withheld the Bill to Legalize Marriage with a Deceased Wife's Sister for the consi...

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THE FOOTSTEP ON THE STAIR. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 24 July 1875

t^~fWwW^ W®W^$ , .1 Jjaye ^ery inany.trf asures . , . ... -That my hearfenasliid away -: '?- There's, a little, curl that's brighter r .V- .ThaUstlie sunsbine of iheday,:; '.'?? »,r?3 Is among, my, Measures there ^ ; ; ' , ?' And I listen,: when iTBgeit, - .- / .;. , .-. : For a foptstepon the stair-;- j_ : For a patter, patter, patter, - Of a footstep on the-stair. L : -- Now those little feet are silent, ?And the face is hidden low ? Underneath the meadow grasses And the daisies' fragrant snow ; And I iniss them in the morning — . Faltering feet, and face so fair — But I listen moBt at bed-time For the footstep on the stair. ? Then Bhe'd come tmd kneel beside me In'hprlittje gown of white ; And she'd say her short prayer over, And would Ides me sweet good night. And I listen in the twilight, '' Though I know she is not there ; ' But I cannot still my yearning For the footsteps on the stair — For the patter, patter, patter, Of the footsteps on the stair.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 24 July 1875

S|c jljuiTofoa §ta is pullidied at the Offfae, Marsden-slreet , Stirrowa every Saturday morning, in lime for circulation by the early Mails all over Hie Colony. Terms of Subscription ; — Wlien paid in advance for 3 months, 5s. ; if hooleed, 6s. Single copies, Gd. All accounts are rendered quarterly, and prompt seltlemtnt is requested. For Advertisements the following are the charges :— For the first inch or\less of space, 3s. ; for every suhsi quent inch or less of tine same advertisement, Is. Si. A redaction of twenty five per cent, will be madt on mil advertisements inserted for three months ; and of 10 per cent, if inserted for one month. Bitbhowa .— Printed and published by Qbobob Bason, at the News' Office, Marsdenotceet.

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BURROWA OF PETTY SESSIONS. WEDNESDAY, JULY 21. (Before W.D. Campbell and W.J.E. Wotton, Esquires.) Malicious Injury to Property. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 24 July 1875

1 3^B0W^G^ ^^m^^i^^m^^^sM. wojtot.,; ?^aS^^B^^^aJridgetJaenneBBeyViT ?-'K?a« -^I^Ppnov^iforiiefendant.- 4^^-- &4&ri% S^&s^e ^aughey^dep^sed:: Pri8on-r : ^aa giyen';into myf custody on ^onday- last sby her sister as having inaUciouslymjured her property; prosecutor showed me the =back door broken in, and the lamb lying in the street jf To, ^Dqnjoyqnj Jtjyas j^ejjack'xloor^l rdid iiot notice whether'any- 'other H-art \ps br^kenj; the^amb was knocked right out, leaving the door ,pn its hinges ; the door did not seem to have been J-a-ken openwithjnaxe; I'.,cannpt.fiay from the, , appearances whether the jamb might . riot/have fallen out by the door being slammed to. , K' $ - Ellen Byrnes deposed: -I reside in Burrowa, and reiffifc'a cottage 1 in Court-street froih'Maryanne' '. Hennessey ;? on' Mbndajrinoriiing I gave prisoner, who is my sister^notice to quit my house % I managed;;: to get her outj and shut and fastened the door; slip broke, ppe- the door, and I g...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 24 July 1875

BANK OF NEW SOUTH WALES, BURROWA. MONDAY, the 2nd of AUGUST, having been proclaimed a BANK HOLIDAY by Act of Parliament, this Office will be CLOSED. FRANK DEACON, Manager. ' FORJALE, nnHE NABRA ALLEN RUN, with about 4000 J- SHEEL', aud Freehold Lands. Apply to Bkock & BfioiMHTON, Young ; or to JOHN PRING, ? Crowther, Marengo. St. Patrick's School, BURROWA. MB. SHANNON begs to notify to Parents that lie is now prepared to accommo date a Limited Number of Pupils as BOARDERS. Terms will be found strictly moderate. Burrowa, 9th July, 1875. O'eOJ&NEIiL 6th AUGUST. G-SS-ArtJSTID DEMONSTRATION ! ATHLETIC SPORTS, AND THE COMMITTEE, lavingdecided to Celebrate the O'CONNELL CENTENARY by holding a PUBLIC BANQUET on \ THURSDAY, 5th, I AU&US£ — PRGGE8SI0N .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—; irrespective of class, creed, or nationality — to aid: «in ren...

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PARLIAMENT OF NEW SOUTH WALES. FRIDAY, JULY 16. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 24 July 1875

PARLIAMENT OF NEW SOUTH WALES. Friday, July 16. In the Legislative Council, — On the motion of Mr. Docker it was agreed that the proceedings in reference to the Land Acts Amendment Bill be now resumed at the point when they were interrupted for want of a quorum on 'Wednesday. ' The House went into Committee, and resumed its deliberation on the 34th clause (application and occupation of pre-emptive leases). An amendment previously moved by Mr. De Salis to the effect that no land under lease containing improvements to -the amount of 4s. per acre, should be cancelled in order to lease it as a pre emptive lease to any other than the original lease holder, was negatived. He then moved the addition of another proviso that no leasehold, or part «f a leasehold, should be taken for the benefit of a new claimant, unless compensation were given for the increased value of the lease hold due to the labour and expense incurred by the lessee ; and this also was negatived. Sir William Manning moved...

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THE CHIEF JUSTICE AND THE GARDINER CASE. To the Editor of the S. M. Herald. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 24 July 1875

THE CHIEF JUSTICE AND THE GARDINER CASE. To the Editor oftlie S. M. Herald. Sib, — Absence from town yesterday prevented me at once publishing a few remarks upon the ' con versation' between his Excellency Sir Hercules EobinBon and myself—the version given of that conversation — and its publication. I was much surprised to see that that conversa tion had been used by Iub Excellency for the purpose of justifying bis conduct in the matter of Gardiner's liberation. I understood it to be strictly confidential, and no request was ever made to me to allow it to be communicated to anyone. As it Las now been imperfectly and in accurately made public by his Excellency, I feel myself not only at liberty but bound to state how I was drawn into it, and what really was the Bub stance of it. I suppress (for the present at all events) the reason given by his Excellency for wishing to obtain my opinion and advice. He no doubt re collects as well as I do what he said. If circum stances should render...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 24 July 1875

... Extract from . ? TOWN ANii ^COUNTRY JOURNAL, Novehbeb 29th, 1874. ' In regard to Messrs. Riley, Brothers' business announcement in another column, with respect to the forwarding of bales of goods to country resi dents, we liavo been requested to state that the goods are of £he best quality, and imported from the ieading-LBhdon, and Manehesfei1, sad. provin cial houses. The £6 packages are about two feet square, and are forwarded, by arrangement with Messrs. Cobb and Co., to any post-town, free of carriage, within 300 milos north, or south, or weBt of Sydney-a- 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 paefc-hcrse, &c The packages are guaranteed to be delivered within bix days . from the receipt of ordera sent to their address — 167 and 169r Oxford-street (formerly South Head Eoad), or 008, Brickfieid-aihV On a recent visit to the establishment it was found that t...

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ENGLISH HAIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 24 July 1875

??'. E^GMSH^yai,: : : ' ''LBTTEBsfqr the next EngteUJS^^teame?,. via 1 San Francisco, must' beWnostedinrBurrowa not later than Friday inornlng, Jxilyj3Otbr, ; at half-past 7 o'clock. , ?'???.'

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POST-OFFICE TIME-TABLE ARRIVAL AND DESPATCH OF MAILS. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 24 July 1875

i® j?fiia3ppMSE 'zwMm^m^ ^ ?-.--: r-r -=-.i ;-^.s~ V-. -;?: ?-.?;- iJfcltKlafAlJBjAji- TT. 77 -_-...? ^, -V^-* .-'if- V.-- ?''-'Frpnii&^tp&nMiffiyei'PMSj ,0n. Satordijr, jat 8 - ????'? ~ ' 'Z7jti&\:y*£S&£?&y/-if ?-??;:' =?;^:K;?' ;J-;-' '?' From Ifeid'sylat, »w fFrogmorc : On Monday, at .'?'.- 6 pirn. ' . ' ' 7 DEPAfcTjJBES. t: ., ;» For Yaas'and ?Tanje^naiigarbb/J^kpfinday, Hon da^ Wednesday, and Friday, at ^ a.m. - ForYoiirig'&JIarengq: On Wednesday, Thursday, WM(,i.andjSattrday/;at,4^04).im.«; ,;,'„„. ,^,-:.^.w,«». For Eye PaVk andiDatton : lOn Friday, at 1 a.nv - Fpilwf&e'JFlabivM^rQgitiorfg ; pn ? Sunday,^at ? —J6a.rm. .. ? .. .-?'_L- .? ? - ??? ?- ? -. ?-. Zkmeg-ftis&eTB asmied. daSly,'ifrom'& a.m. until 4p.m. ,'3;.'i 'AZ7:\';;ij.'i ?-.-?? ?; On Sunday the-Qflice will be open oetweensthe bouts x-£ 1 .pTm. tod 2p.m.v/tfr delivery only, f

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 24 July 1875

New Process op Salting Meat.-^— The Attorney General of Victoria lias granted the application of Mr. Robert Greathead for letters patent for a pro cess- of salting meat, the essential feature in which consists in heating the salt prior to using, and then applying it whilst hot to the meat to be preserved. This is said to impart a delicious flavour to the meat, besides enabling it the better to resist at mospheric influences. OBITUARY. — That venerable relic of the 18th century, old Count de Waldeck, so often alluded to in these letters, has gone at last ; having recently entered on his 110th year, as mentioned in a late letter, his death could hardly take even his most intimate friends by surprise, and yet his state of health was apparently so good that it was generally thought he might live for several years to come ; a little tendency to somnolence, and an occasional momentary clouding of his memory, being the only visible signs of the ap- proach of the end. A picture of his, rece...

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FRANCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 31 July 1875

FHANCE. The month has been chiefly spent in a struggle of parties to secure the control of elections to the new Assembly. A majority approved of Dufaurc's Constitutional Bills, which M. Gambetta declares he can heartily support. The critical question is, whether the future elections shall be decided by larffer or smaller eoHst.itiionmnR — bv flip, smitin dp. lisle, or the scruiin par Varrondissement. The Cabinet threatened to slake its existence on the adoption of the latter as the only means of effec tually influencing the elections, while the Left and Left Centre insist on the former as the most favourable to liberalism and adverse to Bonapart isin. The election of the Committee of Thirty revealed the weakness of the Right. It consists of twenty Deputies of the Left, six of the liight, aud four of the Walon party. Conscious of their strength, they are acting with scrupulous modera tion. To this body is entrusted the shaping of the Constitutional laws. They have begun with a Public...

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(From S. M. Herald's Telegrams.) LONDON, JUNE 11. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 31 July 1875

(FromS? M. HeraffitiJMegram.) ;-'? !.?-'?'''' / ? ? ? ' - ~''*I«0KDqN, June 11. iXTEtBjoy^HJonnorj'Since tuBTenirn trom Austxa lia,SfaVjng'slibwn decided symptoms of InsanifyP rhas^een consigned, to HanwelL The arrest took pfe^JB-'-'ori'-lhe'-aayiof the Queen'sjdrawing-Eoom, at the precise spot where the former outrage -w,aB attempted: ' ' ?? The trench Government nave promised active measures to prevent the use of the French flag by vessels engaged in the kidnapping trade in the South Seas. The Law Officere of the Crown have advised the prosecution of Dr. Keneally for scandalous libels, published in the Englishman ; but the Go vernment were disinclined to undertake another prosecution involving Orton associations. The Queen's 56th birthday was officially cele brated on Ma'y 29 amidst general rejoicing. The anniversary was duly observed at Windsor and other parts of the country op the .24th; on the evening of which day a grand banquet in the Queen's honour was given in the Imperial ...

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Original [?]oertrg. WHEN I WAS BUT A CHILD. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 31 July 1875

' - : ^^^^Ml^ff^'^ . :S,-^W^^^'^m^k^OjT3,: ^';v ,.gaf6^eUtibpBe^iitari^*wfeil-lciv«dacent!B, r c ;VrT£p5e^nDun6iiw^udeliii3. high, '.} ''*' ' ?'? : , . .: ? Tliere rSiaveciJl'd the J9atiy bloom, i. ? ...., ? Jm uii ita xiii^jttiiw wjjUf ? . . Long ere this irksome cloud of glbom , Depress'd a Careless child.- - - ' I've watch 'd the rapid streamlets flow, And heard their Tusliiug sound . When dashing o'er the cliffs below, While swallows flitted round. From scene to scene -I rambled on, Where rural treasures smiled ; Rude crags gave echo to my song When I was hut a child. ; Long years have passed since last I trod That wild and rugged clime ; And I am smarting 'neath the rod, Pluck'd by the hand of Time. But oft, in dreams I am the same— A horseman bold and wild, Aspiring to the point of fame — A happy, reckless child. F.ve wander'd o'er the distant plain, Cross'd rivers broad and clear, But ever yearn'd to greet again The clime I held most dear — To share a mother's kind embrace (T...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 31 July 1875

Wanted, A STRONG LAD, to look after Horses, and to make himself generally useful. WILLIAM J. E. WOTTON, ? Burrowa. ~ NOTICE. TT7' ANTED to PURCHASE ONE TON of VV PUMPKINS. Apply to A. E. MIDDLETON, Brougktonsworth. TO INVESTORS IN BACK COUNTRY, For Sale, FIVE VALUABLE UNSTOCKED HUNS, each coutaiuiug 04,000 acres of splendid grazing laud. Full particulars on application to the undersigned. A, E. MIDDLETON. July 29tb, 1875. F0RJALE, rpHE NARBA ALLEN RUN, with about 4000 -1- SHEEP, and Freehold Lands. Apply to Brock & Broughton, Young ; or to JOHN PRING, Crowtber, Marengo. NOTICE UNDER 'TRUST PROPERTY ACT OF 1862.' In the Estate of EDWARD BONUS GIL BERT, late of Burrowa, in the Colony of New South Wales, Builder and Con tractor, deceased, intestate. /'CREDITORS and other persons having any debt ^ or claim upon, or affecting, the Estate of the above-named deceased are desired to send particulars of their claims to the undersigned on or before the 31st day of JULY next ensuing ; ...

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EUROPEAN MAIL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 31 July 1875

EUROPEAN MAIL NEWS. Destructive Fire in Dublin.— A fire broke out on June 18, at midnight, in the Excise Bonded Stores, which contained about 1800 puncheons of whisky. There were several tremendous explo sions, and the flames spread rapidly to adjoining buildings. Burning casks of liquo.- flowing into the streets, the fire spread rapidly. From fifteen to twenty buildings in Ardee, Mill, and Chamber Streets were m flames. Vast crowds surrounded the burning district A mob roiied several barrels of whisky out of the stores, helping thern seJves to the contents. The police mustered in force, and troops were ordered out to preserve order. On June 19, at 2 a.m., the fire was burning as fiercely as ever. The liquor carried the flames in every direction, and water was of no avail, it only causing the burning liquor to spread. The fire brigade tore up the pavements and attempted to smother the fire in the streets with sand, but they only succeeded in isolating it. Crowds col lected the float...

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PARLIAMENT OF NEW SOUTH WALES. WEDNESDAY, JULY 21. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 31 July 1875

PARLIAMENT OF NEW SOUTH WALES. Wednesday, Jolt 21. In the Legislative Assembly,— Mr. Parkes moved for an address to his Excel lence calling for copies of all documents relating to the release of the prisoner Gardiner, or to the exercise of the prerogative of pardon ; also, for copies of documents having reference to the late chance of Ministry. Mr. Robertson stated that he was bound to say that his Excellency had no objection to the pro duction of these papers ; hut, at the same time, he thought it right to intimate that he did not see the use of producing them, and further that there might possibly be some document among the papers that Might by some be deemed offensive. He moved, as an amendment, that the part of the resolution which called for papers relating to the change of Ministry be omitted. Mr. Piddington supported the motion, insisting that the House would be the best judge as to whether there was or was not anything offensive .in the papers asked for. The House had a righ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 31 July 1875

We cannot congratulate her Majesty's Repre sentative or tbe Chief Justice on the success of their epistolary correspondence. Each disputant has carefully ignored the principal objection to Gardiner's release. Both Sir Hercules Eobinson and Sir James Martin discuss the subject of this man's commutation of sentence as though the main question ?were whether, if liberated in Sydney, he ?would, under the changed circumstances of the colony, relapse into crime. The matter is comparatively unimportant. The grand question is, whether his Excellency the Governor, by carrying out his promise of pardoning the shrewdest ruffian '.who ever trod the soil of New South Wales, did by this very act damage the moral tone of a society which had been formerly excep tionally corrupt, but which, at the time Sir Hercules Eobinson made his appearance in Sydney, was rapidly improving in morals, and was expending its superfluous energy in peopling its huge territory rather than in the low vices which had prev...

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EDWIN HOLT AND CO.'S LONDON WOOL REPORT. LONDON, JUNE 10. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 31 July 1875

EDWIN HOLT AND CO.'S LONDON WOOL REPORT. London, June 10. Since our last Report of 13th May the Sales of Colonial wool here, have been in full progress. The attendance of both Home and Foreign buyers continues large, and spirited competition has pre vailed throughout. Prices have shown decided firmness, narticularlv in the case of the better classes of wools ; faulty and heavy lots have in soriie instances been slightly easier during tlje last ten days. Port Phillip wools have throughout commanded keen competition, more especially the superior kinds of fleece and unwashed, and in the case of the former Id. to 2d. per lb., and for the latter Id. per lb. advance upon March rates' is quotable. Scoured parcels have also sold well, at prices about equal to last sales value. Sydney wools have on the whole sold slightly above March rales, the extra lots of Mudgee and finest descriptions of fleece washed commanded great attention, and showing an advance in some cases of Id. to 2d. per lb. I...

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