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RESERVES FROM SALE FOR WATER SUPPLY. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 25 September 1875
RESERVES FROM SALE FOR WATER SUPPLY. No. 794. County of Harden, parish of Wombat, 1 acre 1 rood 24 perches. The Crown lands within the following boundaries : Commencing at the south-west corner of portion 124, and bounded thence on the east by part of the west boundaiy of that portion bearing north 5 chains ; on the north by a line dividing it from part of portion 27G bearing west 2 chains 83 links : on the west by a line south dividing it from portion 276 aforesaid 5 chains ; and on the south by a road dividing it from part of portion 275 bearing east 2 chains 80 links, to the point of commence ment. ? No. 799. County of Harden, parish of Ulalong, on the Yass and Bendenine Road, 16 acres. The Crown lands within the following boundaries : Commencing on the said road at tbe eastern corner of portion 29, J. Murphy's conditional purchase of' 40 acres, and bounded thence on the north-west by the south-eastern boundary of that portion bearing south 27 degrees 9 minutes west 12 chains 43 ...
LATE TELEGRAMS. LONDON. AUGUST 7. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 25 September 1875
LATE TELEGRAMS. London, August 7. In the House of Commons, Lord Hartington im peached the conduct of public business during the session. Mr. Disraeli vindicated the action of the Government. The value of British exports for the month of July amounted to £20,250,000, being a decrease of £875,000. The Times ridicules the idea of England being bound to uphold the integrity of Turkey from consideration of the interests of bond-holders, and maintains that the cession of Herzegovina and Bosnia are inevitable, and that the best solution of the Turkish difficulty would be by the gradual breaking off of province after province from Constantinople. August 25. Captnin Webb has performed the unparalleled feat of swimming from Dover to Calais. He accomplished tlie distance in twenty-two hours. An article has appeared in the Norde, the semi official organ of the Government, which states that Germany, Russia, and Austria intimate that Turkey must seriously execute reforms. Equal to the Occasion. —...
The Burrowa News [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 25 September 1875
ftc §niTofo;i |jta Is published at the Office, Mandcn street, Surrowa, every Saturday morning, in lime for circulation by the early Mails all over the Colony. For Advertisements the foliomnq are the charges : — For thejirst inch or lets of space, 3s. ; for every subse quent inch or less of the same advertisement, Is. Gd. A reduction of twenty five per cent, will he made on all advertisements inserted for three months ; and of IQ per cent, if inserted for one month. BunnoWA .—Printed nnd published by Geokois Eason, at the Kens' Office, Mar»den«treet.
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 25 September 1875
Colonel Baker Dismissed fhom the Ahmy. — London, August 14. — Colonel Valentine Baker, recently tried at the Croydon Assizes, and con victed of indecently assaulting a young lady in a railway carriage, and sentenced to fine and iinpri- ; sonment, nas ueen dismissed tne jimisn Ainiy. Fifty mills have been closed in Ashton, and 8000 operatives are thrown out of employment, says a telegram to London. The working men's associations in Yorkshire, Lancashire and Cheshire have resolved to support the locked-out and striking mill operatives. i The North German Gazette, commenting on the j recent submission of Catholic Clergymen to the law for the administration of Church property, says the Episcopate has thereby abandoned the principle hitherto maintained, that political and ecclesiastical matters can only be regulated by means of independent arrangements between State and Church. The Gazette infers that the Roman cura has given permission to the clergy to decide for themselves, at the same...
UNCLAIMED LETTERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 25 September 1875
UNCLAIMED LETTERS. The following List (No. 16) of unclaimed letters, now lying at the General Poet Office, Sydney, ap peared in the ''Government Gazette of September Utli :— ' * Ship Letter*. ^18 J-jhn-Bergin,iachUm 1 71 David Bynon, Murnimburrah . 1 Thomas Cain, Binalong 16 W. Caldwell, Binalong 78 John Crozer, Cowra 45 Harry Frost, Binalong 4 Frank Hall, Binalong T ,.. 40 E. HjNlj-Binalpng f '?r; ,f ^ 4G&'H6araj mounted police, Cbwra '' . 22 James Kennedy, Wehoga, Cootamundra 26 Edwd. King, Gefong '?';;??? Inland Letters, ----- ? 3 Mrs. Badgciy^Iurrjimburrah ' ™ ... , 43 Miss BliretLj^urrumburrah ' ' ' z GO And. Batty, Hoble's Creek, Laughlan 85 Wm. Bennett, Sinalong 106 James Bird, Murrumburrah ? :? ;144 Archibald Boreland,jMuiTumbuiTah c ^ 149 Mr. Bourke, Binalong (2) 367 Tlios. Boyd, Murruniburmhi - . 200 F. Angier^Brock, Lachlan River 223 P. Brown, Biualong r ..-,'. fi Mirlil. finiiill. Murrmnburrah - ? 71 Mrs. M. Carroll, Murrumburrah 76 Walter Cany, Murruniburrah 93-...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 25 September 1875
DIED, ON the 21st instant, at Burrowa, WILLIAM COSTELLO, stonemason, a native of the County Tipperary, Ireland, of rheumatic fever, in the 66th year of his age. De- ceased had been a resident in Burrowa for a period of 18 years. The Burrowa News SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 25TH, 1875.
UNDEFINED PRE-EMPTIVE LEASES. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 25 September 1875
UNDEFINED PRE-EMPTIVE LEASES. The claims of the undermentioned persons for pre-emptive leases have been approved, subject to the conditions set forth in the Regulations of 1st November, 1861. The rents of the lands in question for the year commencing 1st January, 1876, must be paid to the Agent for the sale of Crown Lands of the district in which they are situated, or to the Treasurer in Sydney, within two months from this date— 14th September, 1875. The renewal of rent for 1877 of any of these leases must be paid in the month of September next. District of Boorowa. Christopher O'Leary, Reid's Flat,' 134 acres, in county of King, parish of Graham ; rent, £1. Benjamin Berry, Boorowa, 180 acres, in county of King, parish of Barnet ; rent, £1. Patrick Coffiey, Boorowa, 300 acres, in county of Monteagle, parish of Murrungal ; rent, £1. District of Gwidagai. Laurence Roche, Gundagai, 600 acres, in tbe county of Buccleugh, parish of Bungongo ; rent, £1 18s. 3d. &nbsp; Edward Coman...
WOOL REPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 2 October 1875
WOOL REPORTS. The ultimate effects of the late failures upon the future of the wool market is variously discussed, the late rise in the English wools, coming as it did in the midst of a financial crisis, and at a time of the year when supplies are the largest, shows that in the opiuion of many buyers Eng-lish wool at least is at a moderately safe point. On the other hand, there are many reasons against this view ; the late losses have certainly, as a rule, fallen upon credit institutions well able to bear them, but they will result in decreased dividends to many shareholders, and curtail facilities of credit. Many branches of trade have been long unprofitable, and notably those connected with North and South America, India, and China. Coal, iron, and silk have all suffered a severe reduction in value, and Rtrikes and reductions in wages have impoverished the working classes. Messrs. Hazard & Caldecott, speaking of the home market, say : — ' That the market remains quiet ; tr...
TERRIFIC HAILSTORM AT GENEVA. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 2 October 1875
TERRIFIC HAILSTORM AT GENEVA. Mr. Henry Cecil Gurncy, M. D., writes to the Times from Geneva, under date July. 8 : — ' Last night, or rather about 1 a.m., occurred one of the most fearful hailstorms ever remem bered here. I was awakened about half past 12, not so much by the violence of the thunderstorm as by the constant and unceasing rush of the uaii iiiiongu uiti an , ;uiu on me roois ana EiiiH ters of the bouses looking west, smashing every glass roof, and overturning many chiinueys. The sound was wonderfully grand nnd awful, without intermission or diminution for about 40 minutes ; tbe lightning most vivid, flashing every five seconds during the whole storm ; ' and even the thunder was overpowered and obscured by the awful sound of the rushing hailstonps. My windows looking north and east escaped, but those looking west were shattered as by shot ; even the curtains within were iu some places actually torn to threads ; and more singular still, the blinds, made of tough aud elast...
EUROPEAN MAIL NEWS. GREAT FLOODS AND LOSS OF LIFE IN ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 2 October 1875
[?] geeat eloqpjs ^SfD^bss iop life ^B^iea^i«^.yn^8sani' ^nVoE'the jpast: lew; b^a^3s}-^%t'^^9a^;Vtoj|rop^j;^bA:-]-y; . loss of 'life. In Devon 'rind 'Cornwall many pt %\\el -yaHey8'.ai^sjTOralr-feet deep in water. ..:'aSi 'tajS * Forest* otuetui, miQlouceslerehfo^buBJiieBS .is, Suspended owing to tle-iriundatibnsySarfditPiB1 feared that L*ouie ^ives ^ave 'beerflost But tiie. mpsif4isastrpuB' intelligence of all, comes frohv JilonmouUishire. At a place called C wm Carp, a small village about ten' miles from Newport, a reserve pond for supplying a canal has burst its banks, swept Syith impetuosity down through: the aejghbouring' valley! anl drowned' no 'fewer than thirteen persons. About 11 o'clock on July 14th the water in the pond, -which had' previously been observed to be washing over the bank, broke through with 'irresistible force, and swept clear away every obstruction to its progress for nearly half a mile. About a quarter of a mile below the pond is the canal, and a little f...
POST CARDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 2 October 1875
PO^TCAEDS/ The following notification dated, Sydney, 24th Sept., 1875, appearsf in &* Government Gazette of Tuesday last f * | His Excellency the Governor, with the ad vide of the Executive Council, having been pleased to approve of the introduction of Post Cards, it is bereby notified for general information, that, fro^a nrtd after the 1st proximo, such Cards, whethfer Official or Private, being each impressed with J a penny stamp, may ue transmuted between places in the Colony of New South Wales, under the following conditions and regulations : — j. 1. The front or stamped side of the card to bo for the address oqly, in addition to the worjjs I ' Post Card.' Therp must be nothing else written, | printed, or otherwise impressed on' the front side of the card, nor n)ust there be any writing for printing across the stamp. On the reverse side any communication, -whether of the nature of a letter or otherwise, may be written or printed. Nothing whatever may be attached, nor nja...
DOG ACT AMENDMENT ACT. Preamble [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 2 October 1875
dog ACTlMisato&EisTiii.c'r. Bf&amM&c WsijjBjs*& it Ib ,desic3»ie tojamend jt&e Ait ^.r WilHamJU^iJb.;^ iS '#sten?l 'tfci^owipiii ihereof |o Ppce^JisfijctSlSDNfew Stoft^aleW; Be it therefore Enacted l^y . the Queen1* %lp|t' TExceJlerit^lffijBtjj'SJ^Md^ith^bf^awce l^a. cpnBj?ntflftheLeyslalivo1|^nc^^^6^^1a^*., assembled; -and by the lautiiorit^of ilie -feaine, ,as 1 -This Act. jna^^e'ci^'^.tlJe 't)qg Act Amendimnt^Act lbf-18W?' end ishall he read with and as forming partjof^ihe.Act 6th William IV, No. 4, bereinafter termed #e ''Principal Act,' and snail come into ^or«j8.\otfs-1.he 1st day of October, 1875. ?-,¥? ±~i, ?????*??' '-. ' ?''': C- f ftepPfk- -'--? ..?%?' ' -?/? ? y 2. SefitionHl .anSWof flie Principal Act ^e hereby fepealed. , ^ .- ??..: . .,Fee8sm Registration. ~ ? ? 3. So much of the sa?d. Principal Act as . pre scribes the fees payable on registration tif dogs according to the Schedule of the said Act, marked B, is liere'by repeale...
Latest Intelligence. SYDNEY—OCTOBER 1, 5.15 P.M. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 2 October 1875
latest Intelligence. (Fbom Messes. Gordon and Gotcii.) [by electric telegraph.] SYDNEY— October 1, 5-15 p.m. An open-air meeting of the Labouring Men's Association was held yesterday afternoon. Three thousand persons were present ; and it was determined to adhere to the present strike. The Mail steamer arrived at San Francisco on Sunday last. Forty-six entries have been received for Tattcrsall's Cup. Messrs. Lane and Chester, ship-chandlers, have surrendered their estate. The Mayor (Mr. B. Palmer) entertained a number of gentlemen, including members of Parliament, at a pic-nic at Botany. The Eoinan Catholics, of Victoria are making great efforts to obtain a change in the Education Act. Mulligan's exploring party has returned to Cooktown without finding payable gold. The Tariff debate in the Victorian Legis lative Assembly has been further adjourned until Tuesday next. The Opposition are certain of a small majority. The Breadstuffs market is dull. The price of Wheat is unaltered. In ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 2 October 1875
ffijje §uiTofo;i pcius . Is published at the Office, Marsdcnstreet, Surrowa, every Saturday nwrning, in time for circulation by the early Mails all over the Colony. Terms of Subscription : — When paid in advance for 3 monllis, 5s. ; if hooked, 6s. Single copies, dd. . All accounts are rendered quarterly, and prompt settlement is requested. For Advertisements the following are the cliarges : ? For the first inch or less of space, 3s. ; for every subse quent inch or less of the same advertisement, Is. Gd. A reduction of twenty five per cent, will he made on all advertisements inserted for three months ; and of 10 per cent, if inserted for one month. BtrnBOW.1 : — Printed and published by Geoeos EiSOK, at the Newi' Office, Martdcn-street.
UNCLAIMED LETTERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 2 October 1875
UNCLAIMED LETTERS. List of unclaimed letters now lying at this Office :- M. Delaney Thomas Ring II. Marah ? James Robertson Peter McGill J. Steward J. McGrath Charles Selmes Miss J. McNamara William Smith J. Murphy Mrs. TayJor William Oxley E. H. Taylor (2) Daniel Rogers Saml. Wright, senr. The above letters will remain at this office until the 10th instant, when they will be forwarded to Sydney. D. R. Kenane, Postmaster. Post-office, Burrowa, 1st Oct., 1875. ? Conditional Purchases Burrowa District. — At the local Land Office, on Thursday last, the following conditional purchases were— made : — Parish of Bookhatu — Thomas Privett, 50 acres. Parishes of Cunningham and Coppabella — Wil- liam Harrigan, 80 acres. Parish of Cungera — William Coffee, 40 acres ; Thomas Maloney, 300 acres'. Parish ofJBeggan Beggan — John B. Don kin, 320 acres.' 'Parish . of Goorannna — Patrick Corcoran, additional area on measurement, 1 rood. Parish of ' Murrumburrah— Henry Chittick, addi tional area on me...
STOCK, STATION, & PRODUCE REPORTS. [MR. A. HANCOCK'S REPORT.] [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 2 October 1875
STOCK, STATION, & PRODUCE REPORTS. [Mr. A. Hancock's Report.] My sales this week have been :— On account of Messrs. Armour Brothers, 60 4-year-old bullocks, at £5 5s., to Mr. Maraden. On account of Mr. Thomas Reid, 10 3-year-old bullocks, at £4 10s., to Mr. 0. Poplin. I also sold a very superior buggy horse, at a satisfactory price, to Mr. John Broughton. I have for sale a mob of 3-year-old bullocks ; also 100 head of mixed stores, which are repre sented as being very good ; and a few excellent cows for fattening purposes. A number of good bulls have been placed in my hands for disposal, including two young ones out of Cliisliolm cows, by Chisholm bull6. No transactions in slieep to report this week. Burrowa, l*t October, 1875.
CROWN LAND SALES. AT THE POLICE OFFICE, BOOBOWA, On Monday, llth October. COUNTRY LOTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 2 October 1875
CEO WN LAND SALES. AT THE POLICE OFFICE, .B00B0WA, On Monday, 11th October. CODNTRY LOTB. Lot A, portion 258, 1 acre 1 rood 37 perches, in the county of Monteaglc, parish of Gegiillalong, on the road from Young to Bnorowa, adjacent to the eastern boundary of J. Eudrey's conditional purchase of 40 acres, No. 257. Lot B, portion 119, 108 acres ; Lot C, portion 163, 58 acres ; — both in the county of Harden, parish of Beggan, Beggan adjoining the eastern boundaries of C A. Edward'B conditional pur chases of 1C0 acres each, Nos. 1G7 and 1C8. Exclu sively of two roads, one J50, the other 50, links wide ; and exclusively of a road 150 links wide. Lot D, portion 170, 39 acres 2 roods, in the county of Harden, parish of Beggan Beggan, ad joining parts of the northern and eastern boun daries of J. O'Mulvaney's conditional purchase of 320 acres. Exclusively of two roads, each 150 links wide. Upset price, £1 per acre.
COMMERCIAL. BURROWA PRICES CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 2 October 1875
COMMERCIAL. BURROWA PRICES CURRENT. Flour, fine, £19 per ton, or 403. per bag. Ditto, seconds, £18 per ton. Bran, £7 10s. per ton. Pollard, Is. 6d. per bushel. Wheat, 7s. per bushel. ?Maize, 6s. per bushnl. Oats, 5s. per bushel. Barle}r, scarce, 4s. 'per bushel Hay, £7 per ton. Eggs, Is. per dozen. Potatoes, 10s. per cwt.
POST-OFFICE TIME-TABLE. ARRIVAL AND DESPATCH OF MAILS. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 2 October 1875
POST-OFFICE TIME-TABLE. AEEIVAL AMD DESPATCH OF MAILS. Arbivam. From Yass & Tangmangaroo : On Tuesday, Wed nesday, Thursday, and Saturday, at 4 p.m. ^From Young and MarengoVOn Monday, Wednes- day, and Friday, it 7'30 a.m. From DaUon and JBye Park : On Saturday, at 6 p.m. ...--: ????' .... ?..:.-; ..'?'?.? ?'-?.. ; From Reid's Flat, via Froginore : On Monday, at 6 p.m. Depabthbes. 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 Rye Park and Walton : On'Friday, at 7 a.m. For Reid's Fiat, via Frogmore : On Sunday, at 6 a.m. . ' Money-orders issued daily, from 9 a.m. until 4 p.m. On Sunday the Office will be open between the hours of 1 p.m. and 2 p.m., for delivery only.
IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 2 October 1875
impouncingS; Cowea.— Impounded at Cowra, on September 13th, from Peela Creek, by Edwin Buckley :— Chestnut mare, LL near shoulder, 4 years, 14 hands. : ? : To be sold oh October 7th. GrVXXJXG.— Impounded at Gunning, on 24tb September, from Burragong, by ^Ir. L. Sands j— Flea-bitten grey mare, saddle-marked, J S near shoulder, 10 years, 12 hands. Brown filly, white down face, no brand visible, 1 year. To be sold on October 14th. Grenfell. — Impounded at Grenfell, on 18th September, from Caragaball, by order of F. F. Gibson, Esq. : — Strawberry bullock, NC (the N writing capital) near rump, G over 4 near thigh, J D near loin, F near ribs, ears marked. Strawberry bullock, same'brands and ear-inarks. To be sold on October 14th. Murrumburrab. — Impounded at Murmmbur rah, on September ICtli, from Cunningham Creek, by D. H. Campbell, Esq., J.P. :— White heifer, red jaws, P off rump. To be sold on October 14th. Marengo. — Impounded at Marengo, on 21st September, from Calabash, by Messrs. Ke...