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COMMERCIAL. BURROWA PRICES CURRENT [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 21 August 1875
COMMERCIAL. BURROWA PRICES CURRENT. Flour, fine, £17 per ton, or 36s. per bag. Ditto, seconds, £16 per ton. Bran, £5 per ton. Pollard, Is. per bushel. Wheat, 6s. 3d. per bushol. Maize, 6s. per bushnl. 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 — 21 August 1875
IMPOUNDING^ Burranqong.— Impounded at Burrangong, on August 4th, from Burrangong, byEdwd. Taylor, Esq. :— Red and white bull, J C off rump, J C over to or 5 off ribs, point off near horn, aged. To be sold on September 2nd. Cowra.— Impounded at Cowra, on AuguBt 11th, from Mulyan paddock, by Mr. Joseph Ousby : — Grey horse, shod both fore feet, like MD near shoulder, broken-in, aged, 15} hands. a To be sold on September 2nd. Grabben Gullen. — Impounded at Grabben Gullen, on August 10th, from Merrill Creek, by Mr. James Waye : — Black mare, near eye sore, like T over g; (con joined) near shoulder, broken, aged, 14 hands. To be sold on September 2nd. Gunning. — Impounded at Gunning, on AuguBt 12th, from Blooraberry, by Mr. W. Ginn :— Bay horse, WJS near shoulder, 7 years, 15 hands. Bay horse, star, near hind foot white, set of shoeB on, bell on neck, 5 over E S over D J (the J reversed) near shoulder, W over M off shoulder, 9 years, 14£ hands. Also, on samp day, from Keswick Paddock, by...
GROWN LAND SALES. AT THE POLICE OFFICE, BOOROWA, On Monday, 23rd August, 1875. COUNTRY LOTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 21 August 1875
f ' CROWN LAND SMJBS. ;'?? AT#HE POLICE OFFICE, BOOROWA, ~J On Monday, 23rd August, 1875. ?.'..-. .; COUNTRY XOTS. v';T' . V Lot A, portion 64, 38 acres, in ibe county ?of King, parish of Opton, on the . right bank ' of Pudman Creek, on the southern side of the .road from Boofowa 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 T'aunton. on the right bank of Lang b Creek adjoining the southern and eastern boundaries of J. W. Alldie's conditional purchase of 40 acres, No. 191. Exclusively of a road 1 chain wide. Lot C, portion 201, 51 acres 3 roods, in the county of King, parish of Taunton, adjoining the northern boundary of J. W. Alldis'e conditional purchase of 40 acres, No. 193. Exclusively of a road 1 chain wide. Lot D, portion 161, 39 acres 3 roods, in the county of Harden, parish of Nurung, adjoining the northern boundary of Thos. Ryan's 40 acres, No. 160. Exclusively of a road 30 links wi...
LATEST INTELLIGENCE. REUTER'S TELEGRAMS TO AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATED PRESS. LONDON, AUGUST 10. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 21 August 1875
LATEST INTELLIGENCE. . reuter's telegrams to australian associated press. London, Adgdst 10. Alexander Collie, who was last month com mitted for trial, -on a charge of fraud, has absconded, and his bail has been estreated. August 14. The Government of Turkey have resolved upon a more vigorous repression of the insurrection in Herzegovina, and large reinforcements of troops will be dispatched to Dalmatia. Numbers of Montenegrins are joining the insurgents. The rate of discount has been reduced to 2 per cent. London, August 16. The Royal Speech, read by the Lord Chancellor on the closing of Parliament, states that the re lations of Great Britain with foreign Powers are most cordial, and the maintenance of the peace of Europe is confidently anticipated. The visit of the Sultan of Zanzibar to England has led to the couclusion of a supplementary Con vention for the more complete suppression of the African slave trade. Deep regret is expressed at the Yunnan outrage, which will form the su...
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 21 August 1875
At a recent wedding in Ohio, the minister was about to salute the bride, when she stayed him with ' No, mister ; I gave up them vanities now 1' Beecher and Tilton Literature. — The model husband of the period is the man who will hold the baby for a couple of hours every night .while his wife catches up with the trial. A Mormon female seminary was recently started in Salt Lake City, whieh succeeded very well until the male principal eloped with and married the whole school.
AT THE POLICE OFFICE, YOUNG, On Monday, 23rd August, 1875. COUNTRY LOTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 21 August 1875
AT THE POLICE OFFICE, YOUNG, On Monday, 23rd August, 1875.. COUNTRY LOTS. Lot A, portion 63, 150 acres, in 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 thong 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 LOTS. 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 I rood 35 perches ; Lot H, portion 323, 7 acres 1 rood 4 perches ; Lot I, p...
LANDS ACTS AMENDMENT ACT. Preamble. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 21 August 1875
i ? -sK ,j.kkpS ACTS iiliaSIflffiNTVAC^ : ' '? ,trom tiie person pwci^ing-*r pbtiuniiig^ ^i«-? ^:'i^B^ipriwlea8e=of the said land «eompen8afion;&ir: ifeeudi improvement in respeist ;o£ jsucb iipn^itioiial ; purchase and pre-emptive lease .respectively ; such ^ompenisation'to be aBBesse'd. ,£ccording to 'the value «f the same to a conditional purchaser, . v is'' a ?,,:«?? -???V-' ?Syw&yf^tyV'i '^''i- V|;v*; -v ? : y41. to ahy.*W%b.ere'it may seem advisable to ?:, flfeMinsterjthBtihe boundaries «r any portions . «OEe boundaries of any run pr group of runs i^flld be determined by actual survey, he may j!fe notice thereof to .the lessee or Jessees, and of the estimated amount in. money, of the cost of iBUch^u^yey^as apportioned between the .several, lessees; and may call upon each lessee to pay his' proportional part of such amount 'to '.the 'Colonial Treasurer, to bi by him held on trust and applied : ou account of such lessee's proportion, and m de ? fault of such paym...
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 21 August 1875
The second part of the Lands Acts Amend ment Act deals with the occupation of the land, and in some degree modifies the position of the Grown lessees. The 38rd clause gives the Governor a general power to demise and lease Crown lands. Clause 84 enacts that water reserves upon any .run or pre-emptive lease shall not thereby be withdrawn from the lease within which they are situate. Clause 35 provides for the cancellation of squatting leases, and extends the cancellation . by conditional or other purchase in cases in which there is 'no available land' within the lease in which the purchased land is situate, to the cancellation of 'three times the area thereof out of any adjoining land under such adjoining pastoral lease.' Clause 86 permits the conditional or other purchaser to tender a written application to the land agent for pre-emptive lease, accom panied, by payment of the first year's rent, so that upon its approval by the Minister, the applicant may at once take possession and o...
THE SHOW AT YOUNG. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 21 August 1875
THE SHOW AT YOUNG. ' The Annual Exhibition of the Burrangong Pas toral and Agricultural Association took place at Young on Thursday last During the day the excellent grounds of ' the Society were visited by at least 800 people/who had been tempted by the weather to put in,an appearance. The general impression among the visitors was that the quality of the exhibits was decidedly inferior to that of last year, while their deficient number was ap parent in almost every class. The following is a list of the principal awards : — cj Class A. 1 Judges : Messrs. W. R. Watt, A. R. West, and ' W. M. Wallis. Section 1. — For the best Thoroughbred Blood Stallion, 4 years of age and over; 2 entries. Prizoj £3 or silver cup, to Mr. Edward Taylor's Promise. Section 3. — For the be6t Thoroughbred Blood Stallion, under 3 years of age ; 1 entry. . Prize, 30s. or silver cup, to Mr. E. Fisher's Kosciusco. Section 4. — For the best Thoroughbred Blood Mare ; 2 entries. Prize, 30s. or silver cup, to Mr. W...
Latest Intelligence. SYDNEY—AUGUST 20, 11.35 A.M. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 21 August 1875
Jateut Intelligence. (Fbom Messbs. Gobdon and GoTon.) [bt eleotbio telegbaph.] SYDNEY- August 20, 11-35 i.m. The English Mail-steamer was sighted at Adelaide at 5-50 this morning. 7 p.m. Over 700 persons were present at the com plimentary Ministerial pic-nic. The Unitarians have adopted an address expressive of sympathy for presentation to the widow of the late Eev. J. Pillars. The Northern Pastoral and Agricultural Show was opened yesterday, and .proved a great success. The exhibits of live stock were splendid. The constituents of the Minister for Lands (Mr. T. Garrett) intend inviting him to a public dinner on the 24th instant. A grand demonstration took place in the Victoria Theatre yesternight. Madame Bistori (the tragedienne) was presented with an address and a magnificent wreath, and was escorted to her lodgings by a torchlight procession. Wheat is quoted at 5s. 6J. to 5s. 9d. The Cattle market is fully supplied, and operations are languid. Prices have receded 10s. to 16s. per...
FORFEITED CONDITIONAL PURCHASES. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 21 August 1875
FORFEITED CONDITIONAL PURCHASES. A notice in. the Gazette states that the under mentioned portions of Crown land, conditionally purchased under the Crown Lands Alienation Act of 1861, have been declared forfeited, consequent upon the nop-residence of the purchasers or then; legal alieneeB on the original selections : — Phillip Ryan, 200 acres ; selected at Burrowa on May 2nd, 1872. Phillip Ryan, 50 acres ; selected at Burrowa on May 9th, 1872. Phillip Ryan, 48 acres ; selected at Burrowa on January 30th, 1873. Andrew Henderson, 80 acres ; selected at Bur rowa on October 31st, 1872. James Connors, 40 acres ; selected at Burrowa on November 28th, 1872. James Connors, 40 acres ; selected at Burrowa on December 12th, 1872. Patrick Hearne, 40 acres ; selected at Burrowa on June 26th, 1873. Bernard McGuire, 40 acres ; selected at Burrowa on March 5th, 1874.
BURROWA SMALL DEBTS COURT. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 18. (Before P. H. Scott and W. J. E. Wotton, Esquires.) [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 21 August 1875
BURROWA SMALL DEBTS COURT. ? ' Wednesday, August 18. (Before P. H. Scott and W. J. E. Wotton, Esquires.) Barnett v, Conroy. . .'? Mr. Donovan for defendant. ' Plaintiff sued to recover £8 for damage done to his grass paddock and growing wheat by the defendant's sheep, j - John Barnett deposed : : In May last I found defendant's sheep in my father's paddock of 35 acres; I found them there also in June and August ; in August I saw defendant driving his sheep out of my father's wheat ; I estimate the damage done by these trespasses at £8. To Mr. Donovan : When I saw the sheep in my father's paddock, in May, there were about 1200 in the flock ;_ there were about the same number trespassing in my father's paddock twice in June; I saw the sheep trespassing once in August, but will not swear how many ; my father had charge of defendant's sheep On August 6th ; my father is too ill to' come into town ; defendant has offered me£l-to pay for the damage done by his sheep ; I told him that I sho...
DEFINED PRE-EMPTIVE LEASES. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 21 August 1875
? ivwi3^.T^^si^^MM^^t^ THE claims of the undermentioned persons for: pre-emptive leases have been approved, subject to the conditions set forth in the Regulations of 1st ^fbvembejv-aset- ''-f; -? v ?-, '??'-- . '&,?,:? ??:??;' The rents of the lands in question, for the half year commencing oh the 1st of July, 1875,' must be paid to the Agent for ihe Sale of Crown Lands of the district in ^which they are situated, or to theTreasurerinSydney, within two months from date of notice— 17th August, 1875. . The renewal of rent for 1876 of any of these leases must be paid in the month of September next ? District of Burrowa. Thomas Keid, Reid's Flat, 951 acres, in the county of King, parish of Numby ; rent, £1 9s. 9d. ?Daniel Flanneryt Boorowa,,897 acres, in the county of Monteagle, parish of Narallen ; rent, £1 8s. . ... ? ? District of Gundagai. \ Isabella A. Sawyer, Cootamundry, 960 acres, in the county of Clarendon, parish of Ironbong; rent,£l 10s. John Ryan, Wagga Wagga, 960 ac...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 21 August 1875
EVANGELISTIC SERVICES I AND sujroiisra OF SANKEY'S SONGS! REV. J. J. WESTW00D, EVANGELIST AND BOSH MISSIONARY For nearly 20 Years through the Australian Colonies, Tasmania, and Great Britain, HAS just arrived overland from Mel bourne, and will Preach the Gospel (B.V.) TO-MORROW (Lord's Day), After noon and Evening, in the COURT-HOUSE, Burrowa. Divine Services at 3 aud 7. Collections on behalf of Mr. Westwood's Bush Mission. TO GENTLEMEN, A DULY QUALIFIED MEDICAL PRACTITIONER IS urgently required in BURROWA. The district is large, thickly populated, and the majority of the residents possessed of a fair share of worldly wealth. There being no Doctor residing within a radius of Thirty Miles from this township, the inhabitants have been frequently com pelled to incur considerable expense in pro curing medical assistance, and therefore would gladly patronise a gentleman located in their midst. An opportunity of securing a handsome competence presents itself to a practitioner possessing t...
POST-OFFICE TIME-TABLE. ARRIVAL AND DESPATCH OF MAILS. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 21 August 1875
POST-DFEIOE ITIME-TASLi, r AEKI^AL AKD DMPATCH OF MAELB. k Akbivals. '?-:. JProm Yass & Tangmangaroo : On Tuesday, Wed nesday, Thursday, and Saturday, at 4 p.m. Eromyoiing and Mfcrengo : Oh Monday, WesmeB diy,andlWday; atv7'80 a.m.' '?-.:? From Dalton and Bye Park : On Saturday, at 6' ? .'? p.in. .-.. - ? ? ' ' ?? ?? . ? , From Beid'B Flat, via Erogmore : On Monday, at 6 p.m. Depabtdbes. For Yass and 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 Eye Parkund Daltonj On Friday, at 7 a.m. For Reid's FJat, waflTrogmore :? On Sunday, at 6 a.m. ? - ?'- ?'.-'??? Money-orders issued daily, from 9 a.m. until 4p.m. r -.-. ,- ~ ? .? ?- ?? ; ???? - v On Sunday the Office will be open between the hours of 1p.m. and 2 p'.m., for delivery ~ only.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 21 August 1875
WINTEE GOODS! WINTER GOODS ! WINTER GOODS I IMMENSE AREIVAIiS OF GROCERIES, &C., AT Pudnian Street, Burrowa. J. H. CLAMP ETT TJESPECTPULLT invites the attention of the general public to his present Large .Li and 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, Skose inclined to Sffuy 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 Repps, „ „ „ Freach Slerinoes, in every colour and quality ; Wool Plaids, in Shepherds' and Bob Eoy ; 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 Rob Roy and Shepherds' Plaid ...
WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 21 August 1875
WEEKLY CALENDAR. Moon's last quarter — Aug. 24th — at 11'43 a.m. I ^ 1 I 'g 'o Remarkable Events. u ™ at ? ** H. M. H. M. 22 B 13th Sunday after Trinity. 6 34 5 32 23 M Peace between Prussia and 6 33 5 33 24 Tu [Austria, 1866 6 32 5 33 25 W 1st Church op. at Sydney, 1795 6 31 5 34 26 Th Prince Albert born, . 1819 6 29 5 35 27 F Murray navigtd. by Cadell, 1853 6 28 5 36 28 S Cholera appd. in London, 1852 6 26 5 36