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CONDITIONAL PURCHASES BURROWA DISTRICT.— [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 31 July 1875
Conditional Pdiw:hakp.s BnimowA Disthict. — At the local Land Office, on Thursday last, tbe following conditional purchases were made : — Parish of Illalong — John Fallon, 92 acres. Parish of Harden— Lawrence Tracey, 80 acres. Parish of Nurung — Michael Corcoran, 80 acres ; James Gooley, 70 acres. Parish of Taunton — John Eutchinson, GO acres. Parish of Bobbara — John Patrick Ryan, 40 acres. Parisli of Binalong — Ellen Con way, 100 acres ; John Conway, 40 acres. Parish of Mylora — James Garry, 60 acres ; Daniel Joseph Garry, 120 acres. Parish of 'Rookham — Thomas Piivett, one lot of 100 acres, and two lots of 50 acres each. Parisli of Douglas — Mary Anne Woodbridge, 1 8£ acres, additional area on measure ment. Total'arua selected, 958£ acres ; and since January 1st, 35,448J acres. A large and enthusiastic meeting has been held at Aluury — the Mayor in the chair — at which it was unanimously resolved to celebrate the O'Ctm lu'll CiMtiuiuiry by holding a banquet on Thursday, August ,0...
LATEST INTELLIGENCE. REUTER'S TELEGRAMS TO AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATED PRESS. LONDON. JULY 22. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 31 July 1875
LATEST INTELLIGENCE. reuteh's telegiiams to australian associated press. London, July 22. The continuation of ram has caused serious : inundations in some of tbe Midland Countries, and extensive damage. In almost all the counties despairing accounts are given of the crops. Messrs. Alexander and William Collie have been arrested and consigned to Newgate on a charge of fraud. The London and Westminister Bank directors are the prosecutors. July 24. Unparalleled excitement occurred in the House of Commons yesterday, when Mr. Disraeli with drew the Merchant Shipping Bill. Mr. Plimsoll made a violent speech in opposition to its with drawal, in the course of which he urged on the Premier not to consign thousands of human beings to death, by attending to representations of ship owners in Parliament. Mr. Plimsoll said he was determined to unmask the villains who were sending sailors to certain death. He was called upon to retract the words, but refused to do so, and presented to the Speaker ...
Latest Intelligence. SYDNEY-JULY 30.6 P.M. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 31 July 1875
SiS^fe'iiiiipi^;. & .??.;T''~ ?1^ :.= ?'? V V.;--. ' ^^..- -- .'-. - '^ ?? ??-;^- :;-/??? \ '. .:- ;£?' ? ??? v# -SYDNEY— 3nMfi30JB pJmI ^ l^the^e^iBlative^settu^ly,— ;?? - :';[f- -^ '\ 'Objection was taken to the Legislative Council's' amendment in the Land BUI, fixing ^eighteen yfars '.as ihe ag&at.wliteiijniSovs: TTOuld be ^entitled io select^ hon. members insisting that the clause remain as passed by the AsBemblv, which determined the ace as ^sixteen?' ?'-'.' '-''-'?/?;?.' '?' ?'.'''.'? '-* ^'-''~ The House has agreed to the Calif ornian Mail, Contract recently accepted by the Government. Documents relating ..to Xrardiner's release and the late change of Ministry have been tabled.. ' ' It is expected that the session will termi nate next week.' ? The St. Vincent's Hospital Ball proved a -great success. His Excellency'Sir Hercules Eobinson was present. '? ... '? Mr. McElhone and Mr. Hungerford have been nominated for the Upper Hunter. The show of hands was in favo...
IMPODNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 31 July 1875
IMPOUNDINGS. Jcoiong. — Impounded at Jiigiong, on July 15th, from Cooney Creek, by Mr. TIiob. Coggins : — b Iron-grey mare, T a near shoulder, broken, 4 ' years, 15 hands. Also, on July ICth, from Bald Hill, by Mr. O. Cooney ; — Bay colt, M over — near shoulder, star, near hind foot white, broken, 3 years, 14 hands. To be sold on August 12th. * Gdnning. — Impounded at Gunning, on July 15th, from Frankfield, by order of F. R. Hume, Esq. :— Bay horse, ? 6inall star, G or 0 in circle off shoulder, aged, 14 hands. To be sold on August 5th. Impounded on July 22nd, from Meadow, by P. Kennedy : — Brindle ox, white face and tail, like-JC near rump, like W R oil rump, M B or H B off thigh. To be sold on August 12th. Bubrangono.*— Impounded at Burrangong, on July -12th, from Memagong Station, by J. A. Maokinnon, Esq. :— Grey horse, flea-bitten fibout the head, MO over g near shoulder, aged, 15 hands. To be sold on August 5th. Grabbbn Gullen.— Impounded at Grabben Gullen, on July 19th, from Gu...
GERMANY AND BELGIUM. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 31 July 1875
GERMANY AND BELGIUM. The town of Lahr has placed a splendid Park and villa at Bismarck's disposal for life. The Upper House of the Prussian Diet has passed measures for the suppression of religious orders, and the administration of the property of Catholic parishes. The usual Catholic processions in Berlin have been forbidden this year, on the ground of the public interests. The Ultramontane Germania advises its friends to accept the situation, and to do nothing to pro voke repression. In replying to the Government rescript, in answer to their address to the Emperor, the Prus sian Bishops maintain that unconditional obe dience to the State laws is incompatible with the rights of Christian conscience, and that to refuse submission to the dogma of Papal Infallibility would be equivalent to forsaking the Cbristiainl religion. ' The Austrian Government will permit the Prince Bishop of Brcslau to exercise his functions only in the Austrian part of Iue diocese. The Belgian Tribunal, after...
BURROWA COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS. FRIDAY, JULY 30. (Before W. D. Campbell and W. J. E. Wotton, Esquires.) Unsound Mind. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 31 July 1875
BDRROWA COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS. Friday, July 30. (Before W. D. Campbell and W. J. E. Wotton, Esquires.) Unsound Mind. fiegina v. Samuel Robinson. Sergeant -Hitch deposed : On Wednesday last I received information that a man was at the Cattle-station Creek, threatening to take his own life, and conducting himself in a very strange manner ; I went out there and saw prisoner, who in reply to my question, said be was looking for work ; be said the last place be worked at was at Bendick Murrell ; prisoner had a difficulty in recollecting where he slept on the night before ; I brought him to the lock-up for protection. James Schneider deposed* I am in the employ of Mr. Tozer, the surveyor; on Tuesday night the prisoner came to our camp at Cattle-station Creek, and asked permission to sleep in the shed, which was given him; prisoner walked away saying that the black trackers were after him, and accused him of killing his brother and sisters ; be also said he wished some one would put a ba...
COMMERCIAL. BURROWA PRICES CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 31 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 liushfil. 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.
SPAIN AND ITALY. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 31 July 1875
SPAIN AND ITALY. The military operations for the month have been on the whole favourable to the Carlists. Dorregary has been wounded in the thigh, aud Admiral Barcasetegui has been killed by a shell from a Carlist battery while endeavouring to pre vent the landing of arms. Carlists are again charged with massacring wounded Koyahsts, robbing travellers on the Barcelona railway, and murdering agricultural labourers, while Alfonsists are accused of bom barding defenceless villages. There are signs indicating a change of policy. An eclesiastical reaction has played aud lost its ? game. To the nuncio's demand for complete res toration of Catholic unity Ministers replied that they were firmly resolved to maintain liberty of worship. A decree has been published, permitting news papers to discuss all constitutional questions, and authorising public meetings of all legal parties. Garibaldi's plans for the inrnrovement of the Tiber were brought before the Italian Chamber on May 26, and were w...
PARLIAMENT OF NEW SOUTH WALES. FRIDAY, JULY 24. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 31 July 1875
-j^mamei^^ v ?-. ''?=& ''M'^$: I^^^0^ ^ ' ''?;' ? '' lNtheTj^slative-3ounpil,-r .; t. '34r; ^ST^jjnWe^ihe^ud Reading- of the, :5jtt$30k .AmSndjjJfitJSilL* ii^-h-Jsf '-gh, ?.,%;: WMx^Di Sa1is'«ai|'Hi%- in wtiiulerMibn ;6f JiiUje importafit i4ier.»IC;^fPtid *y^thSB:-igeaBpre,' couh6el.:.cughf to ijaye been Heard atthe bar.of tbieBHiuleJ afTtl&sCLJjier eats had?receirecl no $$- ??rohaevbut that wliiclrlie was solittle Qualified io give. He also contended that .on several grounds the bill ought to'Vo reserved by the Governor for her Majesty's pleasure;' ^ ,; ...,._......,, CJ7 , ' itr.'Holt spoke .bf.'ithe. advisability of punctu ating euch important measures as this / ,and Mr. Owen concurred ,' in the view that such means might be properly 'adopted to make Acts«of JPaiz- -, liament intelligible to those most interested in them. j 'U ?; 't ?. .4. .? The bill was 5read ? a third time, passed, and returned to the Assembly, with numerous amend ments. . ? ? ? The considerati...
POST-OFFICE TIME-TABLE. ARRIVAL AND DESPATCH OF MAILS. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 31 July 1875
£-' '^''. '?#bspCii^;^i^-i^pB.v;:K: ? j.a [?] iErom ?a6fl l-&^B^i^0M^P^^S'M^ : Jaesdaj^'TlSirsda^^ai&tard^ xFromBeid'fifliat,«w Frogmbre : On Monday, at -.'? ' V ?tl;-H- ^DEPASTURES, 'L *., ,-..4,-- ~.-i-.' -r:.; .'For Tass and Tangmangaroo : Onli.Sunaay,';MoEp' ,. ilay, Wednesday, and Friday,' at 8 a.m. *For Young & Marengo : On Wednesday, Thursday, ?.V,'' *«1naSafejraay,*at 4'2pji.tQ;J- .-*l-:rr- :.'? : ;r 'I', For Bye Park and Dalton?: On ^Friday, at 7 a.m. For Beid'ri Fm*«Ja Frogmore : On Sunday, at ''--'?- H5*&iWlr' ''''? '-'^ --''-'-- «? - ? ?-?_ '. - -?-? - — ' - -- ? . ?- , ; Mpney^rdere issued £aiiyi,t&bm,'9':a.m. until 4 p.in? ''.'' '- ? . V. . . V. ' V' ''*'' On Sunday:-£he Office jyillbe open between the hours of 1 p.inl and 2 p.m., /or delivery only.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 31 July 1875
SADDLERY ESTABLISHMENT, ? GORJiEK OF BtTCItOWA AND LTICH STREETS, TO€1TG. j~r . OEOE&E WALKER T^ESIEES to announce to the public that, notwithstanding the loss which he sustained by the Xf LATE DESTRUCTIVE ITHE, he has RE-COMMENCED BUSINESS in the newly-erected Premises OPPOSITE Mb. W. C. TURLAND'S ' PRINCE OF WALES HOTEL,' where he trusts not only to secure the confidence of his former customers, but the support of many who have not yet paid his establishment a visit. Having, at considerable outlay, replenished his STOCK of SADDLERY, HARNESS, and SADDLERS' IRONMONGERY, he is now in a position to 6upply every article as CHEAPLY as they can be purchased in Sydney, and in every way equal (if not superior) in quality. The WORKMEN engaged on the premises are thoroughly competent hands. The SADDLERY DEPARTMENT being under the entire superintendence of Mb. ILLINGWORTH/iFLETCHER, who has gained a reputation well known throughout the Lachlan^District, customers may depend upon havin...
WEEKLY CALENDAR. New Moon—August 1st—at 11.32 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 31 July 1875
WEEKLY CALENDAR. New Moon — August 1st — at_ 11*32 p.m. f I' '?? ' . ? | I ?g *g Remarkable Events. ** a ?&&'.????? ? 1 » p p . ? ; ? '.?'.. h. m. n. m. 1 8 10th Sunday after Trinity. 6 55 5 17 2 M (1) 1st Representative Assembly 6 54 5 18 3 Tu [in Sydney, 18436 54 5 18 4 W Prussians defeated the French 6 53 5 19 5 Th ' [at Weissenberg, 1870 6 52 5 20 6 F L 6 51 5 20 7S Capture of Cabul, ? 1839 G 505 20, ®(je §mTofoa flcte SATUBDAY, JULY 31st, 1875.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 7 August 1875
IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT. WATCH AND JEWELLERY REPAIRS. WATCH AND JEWELLERY REPAIRS. MESSRS. B. BENJAMIN & CO., Watchmakers and Jewellers, ?sroxrasTG-. HAVE succeeded in securing the services of one of the Best Workmen in the Colonies in the above branch of their business. Parties residing in Burrowa and the sur rounding district can now rest assured that all repairs entrusted to us will be executed in a workmanlike manner, combined with moderate charges and quick dispatch. Repairs can be forwarded to us by Coach or Post, and will be returned without delay. N.B. — Parties having repairs can leave them with Mr. Stevenson, Storekeeper, Bur rowa, who will forward them to us, and when finished they will be returned to Mr. Steven son for delivery. B. BENJAMIN & CO., Watchmakers and Jewellers, AND IMPORTERS OF FANCY GOODS, BUBBOWA-STBEET, YOUNG. Department of Lands, Sydney, 20fch July, 1875. APPROACHING LAND SALES. /'I ROWLANDS have been advertised in \J the Government Gazett...
LATEST FROM COOKTOWN. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 7 August 1875
LATEST FfiOM CJOdKTOWN. ? The correspondent of the Evening News writes -mJulyl5:;— ???.-. ? ?'??? :'?'. :. The Edica, steamer, will take this letter, which I forward, in consequence of a few Items of im portance haying come under my notice. First, the mail steamship' Singapore arrived here last night, bringing about 220 Chinamen, who were all landed this morning. Information has reached ns by this means that large numbers of their countrymen were only waiting for sufficient ac commodation in the shape of transport to carry them, when they will make for Cooktown again. They hare learnt at Hongkong that the reports circulated there about the heavy poll tax, and the unhealthiness of this region, were canards ; so we shall have a steady stream of emigrants from that port. We have had another shooting case in Cook town, where one man deliberately fired a revolver at his mate or partner because the latter refused to hand to him a fair share of their earnings, amounting to some hundreds of...
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 7 August 1875
' Remember, Mrs. B,' said Bogus, in a fluster one day, 'that you are the weaker vessel.' ' May be so,' replied the lady ; ' but I'll not forget that the weaker vessel may have the stronger spirit in it' Refined Sentiment. — He held the old shirt up by the neck before discarding it for ever, but he wasn't mourning for the garment He only said, ' I wish I had all the drinks that have gone through that old neck-band.'
Latest Intelligence. SYDNEY—August 6, 6 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 7 August 1875
Ifntest Intelligence* (Feom Messes. Goedon and Gotch.) [by electew telegraph.] SYDNEY— August 6, 6 p.m. Both Houses of Parliament agreed to hold a free conference on the subject of the Legis lative Council's amendments in the Land . Bill. Each Chamber appointed representa tives, who sat yesterday for two hours and a. half ; and it is believed that an approximate agreement has been arrived at, and the points of difference narrowed. The Council is now engaged in considering the result of the conference. :. The Appropriation Bill and the Loan Bill have each been read a first time. A motion has been carried to place on the Estimates £250 per year as a gratuity to Mr. Hargraves, the discoverer of gold in New South Wales. A warm debate has talcen place in the Assembly respecting the O'Connell Centenary procession, several members warning the Government against permitting it to be pro ceeded with. The pic-nic to the Ministry is fixed for the 18th instant. Two buildings in Barrack-street, i...
AT THE POLICE OFFICE, YOUNG, On Monday, 23rd August, 1875. COUNTRY LOTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 7 August 1875
AT THE POLICE OFFICE, YOUNG, On Monday, IZrd August, 1875. COUNTRY LOTS. Lot A, portion 63, 150,acres, m the county of Bland, parish of Congou, on Berthong Creek, adjoining the eastern boundary of T. Brown's conditional purchase of 80 acres, No. 67. Ber th oug Run. Lot B, portion 137, 66 acres 1 rood, in the county of Bland, parish of Berthong, adjacent to the southern boundary of C. W. P. Lewington's conditional purchase of 320 acres, No. 104, on Tumbleton Creek. Berthong Run. Lot C, portion 1-1, 160 acres, in the county of Bland,' parish unnamed, on Berthong Creek, at Meeleegy Plain. Selected by W. Allan. Upset price, £1 per acre. SUBURBAN MTS. Lot D, portion 319, 4 acres 2 roods 33 perches, in the county of Monteagle, parish of Young, at the town of Young. Upset price, £3 per acre. Lot E, portion 320, 5 acres 1 rood 13 perches ; Lot F, portion 321, 5 acres 3 roods 25 perches ; Lot G, portion 322, 6 acres 1 rood 35 perches ; Lot H, portion 323, 7 acres 1 rood 4 percheB ; Lot I, po...