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THURSDAY, AUGUST 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 14 August 1875
Tetobsday, August 5. In the Legislative Council, — The members appointed aB managers to meet those of the Assembly in free conference, in order to deal with the matters of disagreement between the two Houses on the avnendments in the Lands Acts Amendment Bill, adjourned to the library. After conferring for two hours and a half, the managers for the Council reported to the House that certain managers for the Assembly had used various arguments to support the Assembly's insisting on their disagreements to the Council's amendments, upon which they were informed that what had been stated would be reported to the Council with a view to its final instructions upon the subject of the conference. The House went into committee to consider this report. Sir William Manning stated that he thought there was reason to believe an approxi mation to an agreement had been so far reached that the conference had narrowed the points of difference. Clause 15 (forfeiture of land aban doned by selectors). ...
PARLIAMENT OF NEW SOUTH WALES. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 4. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 14 August 1875
PARLL4MENT0F NEW SOUTH WALES.' Wednesday, August 4. In the Legislative Assembly,— The House went into committee to consider fhe Legislative Council's message on the Land Acts Amendment Bill. . Mr. Garrett^Bala that the Government proposed to ask the House to insist upon the disagreement of the Assembly with the Legislative Council's amendments/ Tnotf acceded to. This course was proposed to be taken in view of the necessity for a free conference. The lion, member submitted a million tn tVi« beforp.-tiientioried effect. Mr. Piddington 'wished to know how the Go vernment proposed to select the members who should take part in the conference. Mr. Robertson said the House would of course, at the proper time, take order for all that Mr. Garrett regretted to observe that the lion, member for the Hawkesbury seemed determined to try and waste time. Mr. Piddington and -Mr. Fitzpatrick objected to the course proposed to be adopted by the Govern ment, as unfair to those members who were not favo...
CROWN LAND SALES. AT THE POLICE OFFICE, BOOROWA, On Monday, 23rd August, 1875. COUNTRY LOTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 14 August 1875
CROWS LAND BALES. AT THE POLICE OFFICE, B00R0WA, On Monday, 23rd August, 1875. :? ' COUNTBY WT8. Lot A, portion 54, 38 acres, in the county of King, parish of Opton, on the right bank of Pudman Creek, on the southern side of the road from Boorowa to .Gunning, opposite 'to J. Wall's conditional purchase of 40 acres, No. 51. Lot B, portion 196, 47 acres, in the county of King, parish of Taunton, on the right bank of Lane's Creek, adioinine the southern and eastern boundaries of J. W. Alldis's conditional purchase of 40 acres, No. 191. Exclusively of a road 1 chain wide. Lot O, portion , 201, 51 acres 3 roods, in the county of King, parish of Taunton, adjoining the northern boundary of J. W. Alldis's conditional purchase of 40 acres, No. 193. Exclusively of a road 1 chain wide. Lot D, portion 161, 39 acreB 3 roods, in the county of Harden, parish of Nurung, adjoining the northern boundary of Tlios. Ryan's 40 acres, No. 160. Exclusively of a road 30 links wide. Lot E, portion 173, 40 ac...
LATEST INTELLIGENCE. REUTER'S TELEGRAMS TO AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATED PRESS. LONDON, AUGUST 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 14 August 1875
LATEST INTELLIGENCE. beuter's telegrams to austbalian associated pbes8. London. August 5. The bill for dealing with unseaworthy shipe — or as it is called the Unseaworthy Shipping Bill — has passed the House of Commons. There has been some desultory fighting in Herzegovina, an inland province of Turkey in Europe ; the insurgents have retreated. Austria, Russia, and Germany will remain neutral in the matter, and have enjoined Servia also to assume a neutral position. Tbe French National Assembly has adjourned to November 4 August 7. The celebration of the O'Connell Centenary has commenced in Dublin with immense success ; the attendance at the religious ceremonies was the predominant feature. There were several foreign Bishops, and Ultramontane Roman Catholic Ger man deputations present The Lord Mayor of London gave a ministerial dinner at the Mansion House. In the course of his address the Bight Hon. B. Disraeli, the Premier, said that he was confident of peace bo far as Great Britai...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 14 August 1875
FROGMOREJJOPPER MINE. WANTED to PURCHASE some SHARES in the above property. State particulars and Lowest Cash Price. A. M. BETTS, Solicitor, Goulburn. 2nd August, 1875. THANKS MR. SHANNON begs to tender his best thanks to the Ladies who so kindly contributed to the enjoyment of the School Children at the late Pic-nic. Burrowa, 13th August. O'CONNELL CENTENARY CELEBRATION, A PULL ATTENDANCE of the COM MITTEE is requested to meet at 7'80 o'clock on MONDAY Evening, 16th August instant. Business important. J. SHANNON, 1 rr^ Q^o ,J. HAYES, 1 Hon. Sees. Burrowa, 18th August. NOTICE TWO SADDLES having been recently left at the Court-House Hotel, the Owners can have them on giving proper descriptions, and defraying the cost of this advertisement. BENJAMIN LONG. Burrowa, August 18th. NOTICE. ABOUT 10 months ago a SADDLE was left in my charge for repairs, and has not since been called for. I therefore give notice that unless the Saddle is claimed by the owner within seven days from this date,...
COMMERCIAL. BURROWA PRICES CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 14 August 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. 9d. 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.
UNCLAIMED LETTERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 14 August 1875
UNCLAIMED LETTERS. The following list (No. 14) of unclaimed letters lying at the General Post Office, Sydney, appeared in a supplement to the Government Gazette of the 3rd instant : — Ship Letters. 9 Patrick Reynolds, Cunningham Plains 42 11. Russell, Cowra 10 James Scott, jun., Pudman's Creek, Burrowa 53 Henry Strood, Murrumburrah. Inland Letters. 37 Mr. Antony, Burrowa 138 John Boyd, junior, Burrowa . 217 P. S. Buckley, Cowra 55 John Carroll, care of J. P. Hull, Mur rumburra 26 Edwd. Davis, Cowra . 36 H. Dawson, Cowra ' 37 John Dawson, Bureowa 96 llary A. Donovan, Cowra 132 P. T. Driscoll, Burrowa 148 T. Dwyer, care of J. Roberts, Esq., Harden (2) 51 Mrs. J. A. Gorham, Gunnery Creek 63 F. Grant, oare of Mr. Woods, Burrowa 47 H. Hardy, railway survey camp, Mur rumburrah 62 William Harrison, Cowra 107 Mrs. William Henderson, Cowra 118 George Hentry, Marengo 185 J. Holloway, jun., Murrumburrah 229 John Hughes, Burrowa 242 G. Humphrey, Murrumburra ? 251 John Hurley, Murrumburrali (2) ...
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 14 August 1875
The Land Acts Amendment Act was in force on Thursday last throughout the colony ; its principal provisions may be explained as follows : — By clause 2 it is provided that Crown lands containing improvements may be pur chased by the parties who are in possession of them at a fair appraised value. The quantity must not exceed half an acre in a town, two acres of suburban land, or land on a gold field, or 640 acres of country land, for each improvement. Clause 3 requires the nature of the improvement \o he such as may be necessary or useful to the beneficial occupa tion of the land, and prohibits its use a second time. .. Clauses 4 and 5 relate to country land, and restrict from conditional purchase any land on which improvements to the value of £40 have been made, provided they can be in cluded in the usual 40-acre block, or, if of greater value, within a proportionate area ; the value of the improvement is to be not less than £1 per acre. Clause 6 prohibits future conditional pur cha...
O'CONNELL'S CENTENARY IN SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 14 August 1875
O'CONNELL'S CENTENARY IN SYDNEY. *: (Continued from page 4th.) any but hewould have been compelled to think, that she had come to her last hour, that her last struggle was nearly over, that the rattle in her throat, baa nearly stopped— but no : he knew her as a father knows his child; he looked upon her, stretched in her. beauty before him with agony' written on her brow, and seamed with the scars of many a wound ; he looked, and started and exclaimed : — She is not conquered ; beauty's ensign yet Is crimson on her lips and on her cheek — And death's pale flag-is not advanced there ! The masses, the millions of the people were broken in spirit, and had well nigh lost all sense of freedom, certainly all hope of union, and in their wildest, dreams could see no other way out of their-6ad condition than some miraculous inter position f-f the Almighty, who from His high Heaven, might at last have mercy on them. As for the middle classes, they could hardly be said to exist ; anyhow, trade...
Latest Intelligence. SYDNEY—AUGUST 11, 2.40 P.M. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 14 August 1875
^nttd Intelligence. (Feom Messes. Gordon and Gotch.) [by electbio telegraph.] SYDNEY— August 11, 2-40 p.m. Parliament was prorogued at noon to-day — with the usual ceremony— till the 14th of September next. His Excellency the Governor has assented to the Land Bill. August 13, 6-30 p.m. Before the prorogation of Parliament, a new Mining BiU was laid on the table in the Legislative Assemblv. The Revenue for the pa6t portion of the current year shows a surplus of £350,900 over the corresponding portion of 1874. The Hon. John Hay (President of the Legislative Council) entertained the members of both Houses at dinner yesternight. Over sixty were present. The O'Connell Centenary celebrations con tinue throughout various country districts. All have passed off in an orderly manner. A collision took place yesterday on the Western Railway. One woman was seriously injured. Writs have been issued for the Victorian Ministerial elections. The nominations are fixed for the 20th insfc. A further de...
ROADS TO GUNNING. To the Editor of the Southern Argus. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 14 August 1875
-' ;: ^eoads'to gunning. To the Editor of the Southern Argus. . Deae Sib,— Permit me to correcj a slight in accuracy in your telegram of this morning. The road respecting 'which I moved in Parliament yesterday was not die road from Chinning to Yass. I may explain that I had been inpersonal corres pondence with the Secretary df Works for some w»eke part with reference to the iiecessity that exists for making proper roads from Gunning to Burrowa, to Wheeo, Gullen, &c. Mr. Lackey has been consulting his professional advisers, who appeared somewhat scared by the costs - of a bridge somewhere over the Fish River. Mr. Lackey's tone yesterday, however, encourages me to hope that he will see the justice of extend ing to the inhabitants of that portion of the electorate the accommodation which I think they are entitled to, namely to be connected by a good road with the railway station at Gunning. I moved the adjournment of the House yesterday, by arrangement with Mr. Lackey, in order...
BURROWA COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS. FRIDAY, AUGUST 13. (Before W. J. E. Wotton and G. Eason, Esquires.) [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 14 August 1875
BURROWA COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS. FbIDAT, . AtJGUBT 13. (Before W. J. E/ Wotton and G. Eason, ?''', Esquires.) James Quigley appeared m custody, of the police, charged with being a dangerous lunatic, and unfit to be at large. ' - Michael Quigley deposed: Defendant is my son; about three months ago. defendant lost a horse, which appeared to prey upon his mind.; lately he became worse, and has occasionally been violent ; he has taken a knife to his mother, and acts in such a way that he is not fit to.be at large; ne. has assaulted me without any provoca tion, an^ attempted to bite Mb brother, and kicked his mother very severely ; he is sometimes quiet ; he is about 22 years of age. Patrick Joseph Quigley deposed : I am brother of defendant ; about a fortnight ago defendant became very violent^ and hit my mother with a case ; we are afraid of him at home, lest he should injure us ; I think, from what I have seen, he is mad ; he imitates a horse whinnying, and makes other strange noises ...
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 14 August 1875
Accident to a Somnambulist. — The Kyneton Guardian reports that a serious and strange ac cident occurred a few nights ago to Mr. Kearn, one of the clerks in the railway resident-engineer's office at Kyneton. Mr. Kearn is a somnambulist, and on the night in question he must have risen from his bed whilst asleep, and, in walking about his bedroom, upset and broke a kerosene lamp which was upon Ihe table. He must then have walked upon the fragments of broken glass, for, upon recovering consciousness, he was faint from loss of blood, which was flowing freely from several severe gashes in his feet. The wounds are so serious that Dr. Rigby apprehends it will be some months before Mr. Hearn is able to move about without the aid of crutches. Butted by a Ram. — An old man, named Wil liam Rae, experienced a very narrow escape from Ageing killed by a ram a day or to ago. It seems wthat Rae, who was employed by Mr. Robert M'Phillamy at Gorman's Hill, was assisting to yard some 6heep, when a ram...
PARLIAMENT OF NEW SOUTH WALES. FRIDAY, AUGUST 6. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 14 August 1875
PARLIAMENT OF NEW SOUTH WALES. Friday, August 6. In the Legislative Council, — The House again went into, committee to con sider the report from the conference on the disagreements of the Council and Assembly on the Councils amendments in the Lands Acts Amendment Bill. New clause to follow clause 31 (lands advertised for Bale by auction not open to selection between date of advertising and date of sale or withdrawal from auction) : The amend ment previously proposed by Sir William Man ning, providing for the deposit of 10s. per acre on application, was negatived on a. majority of 9 to 8, and the retention of the clause itself was not insisted on. Clause 31 (Application for and occupation of pre-emptive lease) : The amendment by the Council requiring that the application shall be approved by the Minister before occupation was allowed was insisted on. Clause 40 (pastoral tenants may remove im provements from land selected or pre-emptively leased; compensation for immovable improve men...
POST-OFFICE TIME-TABLE. ARRIVAL AND DESPATCH OF MAILS. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 14 August 1875
POST-OFSICE TIME-TABLE. ARBIVAL AKD DESPATCH OF MAILS. Abbivals. J?rom Yass & Tangmangarpp : On Tuesday, Wed nesday, Thursday, and Saturday, .at 4 p.m. ', From Young andMatengo V On Monday, Wednesr day, and Friday, at 7*30 a.m. - From Dalton and Eye Park : On Saturday, at 6 - p.m. ?' :'-. .' ? ? ' .'. ' '-?-?? ? : ? From Reid's Flat, via Frogmore: On Monday, at 6 p.m. ; Depahtubes. ForYassand Tangmangaroo : On Sunday, Mon day, Wednesday, and Friday, at,8 a.m. For Young & Marengo : On Wednesday, Thursday, and Saturday, at 4-20 p.m. For Bye Park and Dalton : Qji Friday, at ,.7 a.m. For Reid's Fiat, via Frogmore: On Sunday, at 6 &.j£ ' ;? ' .'._??'? v- '???'I .''''.'? Money-orders iBsued daily, from 9 a.m. until 4 pirn. On Sunday the Office will be open between the hours of 1 p.m. and 2 p.m.^ for delivery only. . '.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 14 August 1875
OfliaillAL £5 B-U5. 'PERSONS in the interior are cautioned against JT eenSlng, their money to some advertising shops,-,.yhere miey-wm^only receive TubTjieh in return, alter long delay. Messra. RILEY BROTHER have eent away 2235 BALES during the past twelve months, and have received upwards of 1000 LETTERS, thanking them for sending beaixy good articles, with the greatest promptitude. . *=r £5. ^ On receipt of the above amount, we will at once send per Mail, reaching any town in the Colony ?within six days of receipt of order, the following goodB, packed securely in waterproof and canvas. WINTER FIVE POUND BALE. One pair super Witney Blankets, for large bed. One White Marcella Quilt, for large bed. Ten yards best unbleached Sheeting, full 2 yards wide. ? . Twenty yards best unbleached Calico, full yard wide. ? Twelve yards best Cotton Ticking. Ten yards fine or heavy Welsh Flannel. Twenty yards dark strong Tweed for dresses. Six yards Manchester strapping Tweed for trousers £5. SUMMER...