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On Tuesday, December 14th. COUNTRY LOT. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 4 December 1875
On Tuesday, December liih. ,: ? COUNTRY LOT. Lot A, portion 185, 50 acres, in the county of Harden, parish of Beggan Beggan, at the north western corner of A. Boreland'e conditional pur chase of 48| acres, No. 173. Upset price, £1 per acre.
LATEST INTELLIGENCE. REUTER'S TELEGRAMS TO AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATED PRESS LONDON, NOVEMBER 20. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 4 December 1875
lATEST INTELLIGENCE. eedter'6 tkle&rams to .abbtrauau associated press' London. November 20. A ueputauon m-m the Anti-Slavery Society waited upon 'Earl Carnarvon, and urged the Government to prevent the departure of non responsible expeditions to New Guinea. Earl Carnarvon said thatj while he was powerleSB to forbid such an enterprise legally, he warned Adventurers against embarking in a dangerous «onrpe. la the event of annexation the Crown would not recognise holdings improperly acquired. Foreign arrivals of wheat are so large as to depress the: ;«orn. market; nearly 2,000,000 Quarters are afloat. ':. '? ' ? ^^i^e ^Cppper : inartet .is depressed, with few transactions. Chili is quoted at £82 ; Australian, -£&9*p'£9L V'.;-; -\ :.- ?' ? ?-?- :- V .' ? ; ;JTi£Tfc;4tiarket is heavy, and unsettled, with receding quotations ; speculation has ceased. Straits is quoted at £83; Australian, £81 to - £82.' . ? ;.'? '.?.. ? ? -? ;??.-. ?.?,: : : . ^ NOVEMBER 22. ,The Australia...
TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 30. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 4 December 1875
Tuesday, Novembeb 30. In the Legislative Assembly, — , Ministers stated, in answer to questions, that a return showing the cost of the last general elec tion was, being prepared ; that the Government could not say when they would lay their bill to amend the Public Schools Act on the table, but hoped to deal with the question before the session closed ; and that the Government intended to appoint an Agent-General without unnecessary delay. Leave was given to bring in bills for tbe Pro tection of Imported and Native Game, and to amend the Law of Evidence. The Matrimonial Causes Act Amendment Bill was read a third time, and passed. Mr. H. C. Dangar moved a resolution, having for its object the placing on the Estimates of an amount not exceeding £2000 to defray the ex penses of a team of riflemen to represeut New South Wales at tbe International Rifle Contest, to be held in America, next year. His object was not to provide a pleasure trip to 8 or 10 men ; but he thought that the presenc...
PARLIAMENT OF NEW SOUTH WALES. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 26. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 4 December 1875
pablia#;n*of^ew south wale£ Friday, November 26. In the Legislative Assembly, — ' Mr. Robertson wag not prepared, without notice, to say wTien the Government would bring in an Education Bill ; Mr, Dibbe gave notice of a ques tion on £he subject ,; . '- .? ; '? ?: : ? -Ms. Terry introduced a, bill to suppress betting houses, and it was read a first time. On the motion of Mr. Farncll, the House deter miued that it would resolve itself into committee pn Tuesday, to consider the propriety of bringing in a bill for the prevention of contagious diseases.' - --.,''-? . - ? . Mr. J. S. Smith obtained the appointment of a select committee upon diseases affecting live stock, and the constitution and working of the slock and brands branches. ? Mr. Buchanan moved tbe second reading of the Crimes Protection Bill. When he heard that tbe Government had permitted parties to prosecute in a case of libel at Maitiand, he was so shocked that he determine to introduced* this bill, to prevent the prosecu...
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 4 December 1875
One of the most interesting features iu the volume of tbe Statistical Register for 1874, is tlie return showing the total results of con ditional purchase under the Alienation Act of 1861. Up.to 31st December, 1874, uo less than 6,576,979 acres had been taken up in 73,424 selections — au average of 89£ acres xo eacu separate couaiij.ouai purcuase. in the year 1874, 1,586,282 acres were selected iu 14,510 selections, aud the deposits amounted to £396,570 10s. ; in the same year £48,642 ' 12s. 6d. were paid off the balances by the selectors; while the paymeut of interest, ?which commenced iu 1865 with tbe modest Bum of £6548, had gradually swelled until it reached last year £63,344 8s. Id. ; making the whole revenue received from conditional purchase no Ies6 than £503,557 10s. 7d. During 1874, the lands sold by auction realised £553,972 13s. 3d. ; selections after auctioii reached £100,286 16s. 8d. ; purchases of improved lands, £21,802 7s. 2d. ; and two or three miuor items, £724 6s....
Latest Intelligence. SYDNEY DECEMBER 8, 5.40 P.M. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 4 December 1875
f aicsi Intelligence. (From Messrs. Gobdon and Gotcji.) [BY ? ELECTRIC TELEGEATH.] SYDNEY -Deoembeb 8, 5-40 p.m. : In the Le/yislative.Assembly, — ?; Oil a motion of adjournment, Mr. J. S. Smith, the member for Wellington, in refer ring to the Pacific Mail contract, called Messrs. Parkes and H. H. Hall a pair of swindlers, and was repeatedly called to order. The Estimates, which were tabled on Wed nesday, show an increased expenditure of £287,650. AH Departments have increased their expenditure, except the Colonial Secre tnry's, and that of the Minister for Mines, which-ehow a reduction. £50,000 are put down to promote immigration. The vote in aid of Education is increased by £70,000. The Loan Estimate of expenditure on public works amounts to £3,303,900. Mr. Huugerfoid has withdrawn his peti tion against Mr. M'Elhone's return for the Upper Hunter. Mr. H. G. Russell, the Government Astro nomer has been elected a member of the Senate of the Sydney University. Tbe Titsmauiau cricketer...
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 4 December 1875
Conditional Purchases Burrowa District. — At tbe local Land Office, on Thursday last, the following conditional purchases were made: — Parish of Gungewalla — Edward James Gearing, 100 acreR. Parish of Alton—Patrick Hannon, 40 acres. Parish of Nurung — John A. Murphy, 200 acres. Parish of Cmigera— Joseph Martin, jiin., 50 acres. Parish of Bobbara— Patrick Ryan, 200 acres. Total area selected, 590 acres ; and 6ince lKt Jnmiarv. 1875. 48.9321' acres. Burrowa Roads and Bridges. — The following telegram from Mr, James Watson, the member for tbe Lachlan, was* received by the editor of this journal on Thursday last :—' Instructions have been given for immediate repair of bridges referred to in j'our last issue. A bridge wall be erected over Burrowa River, in response to petition ; and nine hundred pounds (£900) have been granted for same. Also, twenty-five pounds (£25) per mile for repair of road Burrowa to Young.' Bank Courtesies. — Tbe Burrowa correspon dent of the Yass Courier writes : ...
UNCLAIMED LETTERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 4 December 1875
UNCLAIMED LETTERS. The following is a list of unclaimed letters for November now lying at Ibis Office : — Wm. Baldwin . George Hawke, J.P. Dennis Ooinins Thomas Johnston William Dawas James Murphy (2) Percy Douglas John J. Ryan Phillip Uackett Miss Bridget Ryan Miss Mary Ann Hyde F. Sheils (2) Jeremiah Howe ' William Tracey A. J. Wilton. The above letters will remain at this Office until the lOfh instant, when they will be forwarded to Sydney. D. R. Kenane, Postmaster. Post-office, Burrowa, 1st Dec, 1875.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 4 December 1875
WANTED, A GENERAL SERVANT. Apply to J\. ?* . MRS. WOTTON. Euroka, Dec. 2nd, 1875. TO CARPENTERS, WANTED, 2 GOOD CARPENTERS. Apply to William: keating. Burrowa, December 2nd, 1876. WANTED, A FEMALE GENERAL SERVANT. Apply to ? MRS. B. LONG, Court-House Hotel. Burrowa, Deer 2nd. ? . BURROWA JOCKEY CLUB. THE MEMBERS of the above CLUB are re quested to assemble at Mb. O'ROURKE'S COMMERCIAL HOTEL on WEDNESDAY Next, 8th December, at 8 o'clock p.m., for the transac tion of important business, including the election of new members. J. J. C0UGHLAN, Hon. Secretary. Burrowa, Dec. 3rd, 1875. Boots. Boots. Boots. L. H. WORMS BEGS most respectfully to inform the inhabi tants of Burrowa that he HAS ARRIVED AT Mr. C. WEIFERT'S ROYAL HOTEL, and will have the pleasure of waiting on them with a Large and Choice Assortment of BOOTS and SHOES, and solicits their patronage. Burrowa, Dec. 3rd, 1875. NOTICE. I BEG to inform my constituents that I have discontinued business as Stock aud Station Agent, &a...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 11 December 1875
Is published at ihe OJpce, Martden-street^ Burrowa, jk every Saturday morning, in time for circulation by tht \ early Mdils all ovw Hie Colony. f^V Terms of Subscription : — When paid in advance for 3 months, 5s. ; if hooked. Cs. Single copies, Gd. All accounts are rendered quarterly, and prompt settlement is requested. For Advertisements the following are Hie charges : — Tor-the first inch or less of space, 3s. ; for every sulst quenl inch or less of Hie same advertisement, Is. Cd. A reduction of twenty five per cent, will be made en ell advertisements inserted for three month ; and tjf 10 per cent, if inserted for one month. Bchuowa .-—Printed and published bj GoBOBev Eason, at the Mows' Office, UsrtdcB-itrcafc.
IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 11 December 1875
IMPOUNDINGS. Cowra.— Impounded at Cowra, on November 24th, from Neila Creek, by Robert Ellis :— Bay horse, star in forehead, broken-in, saddle marked, G G or G D near shoulder, 15 hands. To be sold on December 16th. Grabben Gullen. — Impounded at Grabben Gnllen,- on November 22nd, from Merrill Creek, by Mr. James Way : — ? Light grey draught horse, white mane and tail, J P B over like N near shoulder, C W off shoulder, broken, aged, 16 hands. To be sold on December 16th. Gunning. — Impounded at Gunning, on 26th November, from Rosewood, by Mr. A. M'Manus, jun. :— Brown or black horse, star, hind feet white, saddle and collar marked, shoes on, RN over RN over M near shoulder, aged, 16 hands. Bi;y horse, shoes on, AC or G near shoulder, , T A off shoulder, aged, 15 hands. To be sold ou December 16th. Gheniteli,.— Impounded at Grenfell, on 24th November, from Wlieogo, by F. Allen, Esq. : — Bay colt, TC (the T writing capital) near shoulder, 5 years, 16 hands. Roan horse, W Y or T blotch...
MORT AND CO'S WOOL REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 11 December 1875
MOBT AND 'CD'S WOOL JEtjSPORT. Wool lias been received . freely during the past two weeks and the season may now be considered to have fully opened.. In : view, of the decline which occurred 'at tlie London 'August-September sales, and the consequently - less satisfactory: account sales winch have been recently received, values lately current in this market have been undoubtedly good; 'especially, as 'regards the better sorts of washed and light conditioned greasy. Inferior fleece, and seedy and burry lots have not, as a matter, of. course, been so much sought after, but even for these very fair values have, on the whole, been realised. ' Growers' reserves have, in many cases, been eo high as to leave no margin to purchasers for expenses and risk of shipment, 'and this has compelled us reluctantly to withdraw from sale a number of clips which otherwise might have been disposed of at what we could not but consider very satisfactory offers, and we would therefore suggest to owners des...
WOOL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 11 December 1875
WOOL NOTES. Our Central Agricultural Society has received from tlie Chamber of Commerce, of Huddersfield. a report upon the quality of the 33 samples of prize wools which were forwarded home for examination after the Exhibition of 1874. The information contained in this document, wiiich is published in extenso in the Agriculural Society s Journal, would, no doubt, have been more inte resting if it had appeared before, instead of after shearing and washing, had commenced. Some valuable suggestions are offered by the Committee of Examiners, appointed by the Chamber, which for brevity's sake, we summarise as follows : — The prevalence of burr in many of the samples is regretted, and growers are recommended to keep down the nuisance. With regard to the unwashed wools, increased attention to length of staple and size of fleece, rather than to great fineness of quality is recommended. In washed wools, the committee recommend the use of soft soap and water, without the addition of other ch...
UNCLAIMED LETTERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 11 December 1875
UNCLAIMED. LETTERS. Letters for the undermentioned persons are now lying at the General Post Office, Sydney, as per List No. 22, dated 15th November, 1875, pub lished in the Government Gazette of November 26th':—; : ,? .;/;?'.',?:? .. '- : ;' '.] 1 ??' ??-?? Ship %bUm-. ?' - ? ! ? ? ??- 47 G. H. Cotton, Cungegong, Cootamundra 7 ,Gibson Brothers, Lachlan District 73 Ben. Morgan; Spring Creek 20 Daniel Rogers, Burrowa 38 Richard Stack, Coura Books 5 Joseph Way, Frogmore Copper Mines, Corowa Inland Letters. 71 Royal Atkins, Cowra 72 Samuel Atldns, Cootamundra 22 Mr. Barker, farmer, Marengo 69 William Benson, Murrumburrah 29 Rob. J.,Cantwell, Carcoar 77 Mary Chester, Cowra .88 Thomas Clancy, Bald Hills 40 Eynon Deer, Copper Mine, Gundagai 44 J. Delany, Blakeney Creek 52 J. Dcusel, Cowra 53 Mr. Devine, Flatney Creek 127 James Dunsmore, Wallendbeen 5 John Edgeworth, care of Mr. Welman, Mer.ool Station 43 William Ewers, contractor, Cowra . 52 MichL Flanagan, .Upper Lachlan ; 47. John ;Gord...
THURSDAY, DECEMBER 2. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 11 December 1875
Thursday, Decembeb 2. Ik the Legislative Council, — Mr. Docker laid on the table Amended Regula tions under the Public Schools Act of 1866. The House resumed the discussion of Sir Alfred Stephen's motion that the Bankers' Cheques Amendment Bill be now read a second time. Mr. Dalley pointed out- by references that the whole of the provisions of the bill were contained fn English laws'; and explained how such legisla tion became necessary in Great Britain. What in this colony had been considered to be the law with regard,tp crpssed^oheques and endorsements 'onithein-Jrana^lucb, if itfwere ihe low, would, , a:s had been urged, render this measure unnecessary —had by the Court of Common -Pleas -been de clared not to be the law, and in order to carry out. the provisions intended \o be enacted, further-' legislation was required. Of -the policy -of -the measure before the House, he said it was recom mended' by the experience of able men largely concerned in monetary and commercial affairs...