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Latest Intelligence. SYDNEY—DECEMBER 9, 4.5 P.M. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 11 December 1875
^tnUst Intelligence. (Feom Mebsbs. Goedon akd GoTcn.) [by electric telegraph.] SYDNEY— DECEinsEK 9, i-5 p.m. In the Legislative Assembly, yesternight, the Premier (Mr. Jiobertson) presented the most satisfactory Financial Statement ever made to the House. He proposes to reduce the number of dutiable articles from fifty-seven to thirty-three, including salt, bacon, hams, biscuits, blue, ginger, maizena, corn-flour, mustard, writing and fancy papers, pepper, rope, sago, spices, timber, and vinegar. In order to recoup the revenue derived from these articles the duty on tobacco is to be in creased. He promises a further reduction in the tariff next year- Last year's surplus exceeded the ! former estimate by £90,000. The estimated nett increase of revenue for the present year is £414,360.- The Premier anticipates that the accumulative surplus at the and of December (the present mouth) will amount to £1,424,000, besides a further surplus at the end of 1875 of £250,000, to be added to prev...
PARLIAMENT OF NEW SOUTH WALES. WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 11 December 1875
PABLL&MENTOF-NEW SOUTH WALES. ?.r%SDN£sDAYfticEMBEBl7 /.' ', . A bill-tp,amend tte law relating to divorce and matrimopjal -mu8es was re6ei ved Iroto the AssenU; bly andread'a first tiine. ^ '.,,'/ .. '-''.'' ' SfcAlfreiStep%n^oved Jlie second , reading, of tnYBarikers' Cheques Amendment Act, which provided that crosstog ^should, 'b^ 'peemia « material part of the cnSuej that when- the cros sing was not plain oii hod not been plainly oblite rated the banker should not incur. liability in cashing, it, that the;4awful holder, of a., cheque might cross it,— and that the obliterating of a crossing or altering n. crossing should be deemed a felony. The bill- dso^provided-that cheques payable ou demand to order, purporting to be indorsed by the payeenamed in any such cheque, should be sufficient authority to the banker to pay the amount (although such endorsement might not hayettieen iinade with t)io nutliority of the payee) ^unless ' ithp banker should be guilty of fraud or negli...
FROM JOHN BRIDGE, CIRCULAR QUAY. SYDNEY, DECEMBER 9, 5.5 P.M. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 11 December 1875
FROM JOHN BRIDGE, CIRCULAR QUAY. Sydney, December 9, 5-5 p.m. The Wool market this week has been much firmer. Competition was active, and higher prices were realised for all classes. GONDlTIONAt. PORCHABES BUBBOWA DlSTJUCT.— .At tbe local Land Office, en Thursday last, the following conditional purchases were made: — itorJBh of Ware— Charles NoakeB, jun., 50 acres. Parish of Nurung — William Adams, 54 acres 1 rood. Parish of Bobbara— Patrick Ryan, 120 acres. Parish of Eubindal — Michael Ryan, 50 acres. Parish of Tanuton — Thomas Patterson, 40 acres, fcitol area selected, 314 acres 1 rood ; and since let January, 1875, 49,246$ acreB. TjBK Weather. — During the paBt week, arid ?winds have been blowing in this neighbourhood. A few 6lig]it thunderstorms have cooled the air, and one on Wednesday evening, was suc ceeded by a eharp frost on the following morning.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 11 December 1875
WANTED, A GENERAL SERVANT. Also, a NURSE. Apply to , MRS. WOTTON. Euroka, Dec. 10th, 1875. ' WANTED, A FEMALE GENERAL SERVANT. Apply to \MRS. B. LONG, Court-HouBe Hotel. Burrowa, Dec. 2nd. Breeding Ewes. FOR SALE, at Gegullalong, about 700 EWES, mostly young. These Sbeep were bred on the Station, and are a really good lot. Apply to _ .CHARLES BL0OMFIELD. GegoUalong, Deo. 10th. * Smart, Active LAD, for BOUND ART JX. RIDER. Good Wages. ; WILLIAM J.B/yVQTTON. Bnrrowa, Dec. 8th, 1876. . .-.'; TO CARPENTERS. WANTED, 2 GOOD CARPENTERS. Apply to WILLIAM KEATING. ? Burrowa, December 2nd, 1875. To Splitters & Fencers. WANTED, ON THE RAILWAY between YASS and COOTAMUNDRA,— 50 MILES of ONE^AIL FENCING ; POSTS, 6 x 2£ inches, and 6 feet 6 inches long ; BAILS, 6x2 inches, and not more than 10 feet long. PRICE, SIXTY POUNDS (£60) PER MILE. Will be let in Sections of not less than One Mile. Apply on the Works, or at the Office at Bowning. A. & E. AMOS, Contractors. ST, PATRICK'S New...
RESERVES FROM SALE. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 11 December 1875
RESERVES FROM SALE; The following portions of Crown lands In the Lachlan district have been reserved from Bale for - the preservation of water supply : — No. 839. County of Monteagle, at the junction of Breakfast Creek with the Burrowa River, about H square mile. The Crown Lands within the following boundaries : Commencing on the west bank of the Burrowa River, at its junction With Breakfast Creek, at an apple-tree marked broad arrow over B ; and bounded on the south by a line bearing west 1 mile ; on the west by a line bearing north 1£ mile ; on the north by a line bearing east to the Burrowa River ; and thence on the east by that river southerly, to the point of commencement. Forms part of Cocoroingla Run. No. 798. County of Monteagle, parishes of Wambanutnba and Bendick Murreli, 280 acres. The Crown Lands within the following boun daries : Commencing on Murringo Creek, at the eastern corner of portion 192 ; and bounded on the north-west by a line bearing south 34 degrees west 20 ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 11 December 1875
?fTifittriurii'ijf't'A-T' ttatt?t S ::: BtifiROWA, npHSj Undersigned, having succeeded to ?JL Ahe business formerly, conducted by Mr. ' D, J.O'NEHiL, assures the public that his best efforts willbe directed to make the '-!OMMEJtGIAL' om of the most popular .-;, Hotels in lie district. ? ^^., ^ . , 't'No!expBnse will be eparedln supplying his Hotel .with the very Best Liquors which Sydney can furnish ; and those who favour ?: iam 'with a call may rely upon prompt attention; 4 FIRST-CLASS TABLE WILL BE KEPT. ALL CHABGES WILL BE STRICTLY SOSES AXE. 'Visitors may ha assured that their comfort and accommodation will receive, Ms personal, and unremitting attention. JOSEPH O'ROURKE. Burrpwa, May. 20th, 1875. BliAKE & SCOTT, AUCTIONEERS, JSTOCK, STATION, ? AKD Commission Agents, ?::: cootamundra. '' .'.'.' THE ROYAL HOTEL, BTTBBOWA. ^ ' PROPRIETOR. FtPst«Gks3 AcGommodattQa for , SPIRITS, MjES, WINfcS, LIQUEURS, &a, ? OF ? THE BEST QUALITY. ' Good AKn Commodious Stabling. Par...
POST-OFFICE TIME-TABLE. ARRIVAL AND DESPATCH OF MAILS. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 11 December 1875
FOST-OFFICE TIME-TABLE. AEEIVAG AND DESPATCH OF MAILS. AEBIVAL8. From Yflss & Tangmangaroo : On TueBday, Wed nesday, Tliuraday, and Saturday, at 1p.m. Prom Young and Marengo : OnUonday, Wednes day, and Friday, tit 11*30 lum. : From Dalton and Kye^ark : On Saturday, at 6 '- p.m. ' - ' A ..... -? '??/. ' ' ;.: ??';.. ??' ? From Reid's Flat, via Frogmbre : 'On Monday, at 11-30 aim. Depastures. For Tass and Tangmangaroo : On Sunflay, Mon day, Wednesday, and Friday, at noon. For Young & Marengo : On Wednesday, Thursday, and Saturday, at 1-20 p.m. For&yVJ'arkehd Daltori : Qn Friday, at 7 a.m. For Reid's Flat: via Froginore :' On Saturday, at ? 1-30 p.m.' ,?-?? Money-orders issued, daily, from 9 a.m. until 4 p.m. ' ' ''.'.'. '.. _ .Qn Sunday the Office will be open between the hours of 1 p.m. and 2 p.m., for deliver!/ only.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 11 December 1875
PUBLICJWTICE. OF BURROWA-STREET, YOUNG, Licentiate of the Royal College of Physicians, -£'&, MAY be consulted at Mr. BERNSTON'S AUSTRALIAN HOTEL, BURROWA, be tween the hours of 12 and 6 on the SUNDAYS specified below : — September 19th, November 14th, October 3rd, „ 28th, „ 17tb, December 12th, „ 31st, „ 26th. Young, September 4th, 1875. J. WHITAKER, WATCH AKD CLOCK MAKER, Jeweller, 0piicianf tyc, T-ESPECTFULLY announces to the in XV habitants of Burrowa and surrounding neighbourhood that he has opened A Watch and Jewellery Establishment IN BRIAL-STREET, BDBROWA, . .. In the premises formerly occupied by Mr. T. 3. Gabby as a Medical Hall. Repairs promptly and efficiently executed. A large supply of Watches and Jewellery of the best description, and a varied assortment of Spectacles, kept in stock. Burrowa, July 15th. NOTICE. ' BUSINESS will be carried on as usual, without any interruption, at the CASTLEMAINE BREWERY, SYDNEY, as the Fire was confined to the Malt Houses, and d...
LATEST INTELLIGENCE. REUTER'S TELEGRAMS TO AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATED PRESS. LONDON, NOVEMBER 16. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 11 December 1875
/IaTEST iNtBLtlGBNCB. , , BEUTEB'S TELEGRAMS JK- iDBTBAUAN AS800UTBD PBES3' ^ / : ._:?-- London, NotEiiBBB 16. The Australian and 'New Zealand mail, via San Francbco,:ha8 been delivered in iondon. . 'iC-.-'r'Jy?}?- - ?'i' ' ? ' ; :Novbbbee' 23. ? The toipdpn Colonial wool sales opened ttiis evening. -The stock conslsta of 90,000 bales, of which upwards of 15000 were (offered. The attendance of both home and foreign buyers was large. Cape of Good Hopo wools preponderated. The , biddings commenced with great spirit Prices range about the same as at the close of last series. , ';'?:_.-. '':. . ._ ?'?. ' ? ' . EbLBOtmoN of. Wbechdbch.— Weechurch was «£cuted in Melbourne at ten o'clock on Monday jHnSt He passed the .night along with the *; minister until a late hour, when he slept far a little time, and was up early. He prayed with the clergyman till just before the time of execu ? tion arrived, when the Sheriff made his appear ance, -and demanded the body of the criminal, Weechurch then...
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 11 December 1875
Value or House. Property in Melbourne.— The Argus says that one of the most valuable allot incuts of city property offered for sale for a longtime past was lately put np to- auction by Messrs C. J. and T. Ham. The' allotment com prised 1 rood 36 perches, extending from Bourke street, to which it has a frontage of 66 feet, between the Opera-house and Royul-lanc back to^f Little Collins-street, to which it has a similaz^ frontage. The block contains five small shops! in Bonrkc-street, Gorton's stables, and the Hunr Club Hotel in Little Collins-street. The block, with buildings, &c, was put up in one lot, and tbe first bid 'offered was £20,000. The bidding rnso slowly by advances of £2000 and £3000 to ' £36,000, when a long pause ensued. At length another bid was made of £37,000, and imme diately afterwards of 38,000, by an agent. The auctioneer, finding there was no likelihood of an advance on this offer, opened a note containing the reserve fixed by the owner, which wag £40,0...
AT THE POLICE OFFICE, COOTAMUNDRY On Saturday, December 18th. COUNTRY LOTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 11 December 1875
AT THE POLICE OFFICE, COOTAMUNDRY, On Saturday, December 18th. COUNTRY LOTS. Lot A, portion 217, 100 acres ; Lot B, portion 219, 162 acres 2 roods ; — both in the county of Harden, parish of Beggan Beggan, adjoining and near the eastern and western boundaries, respec tively, of W. M'Nab's conditional purchase of 100 acres. No. 218. Lot C, portion 238, 88 acres 1 rood ; Lot D, portion 239, 95 acres 2 roods ; — both in the county of Harden, parish of Beggan Beggan, on the western side of the road from Beggan Beggan to Murrumlmrrah, adjoining the eastern boundary of J. S. Fuller's conditional purchase of 320 acres. No. 234. Upset juice, £1 per acre. Land Sale. — A sale of Crown lands took place at the -Jourt-liouse, Uurrowa, on Wednesday last, when the following Jots were disposed of at the upset price, £1 per acre : — Lot A, portion 36, 40 acren, to Mr. James Drummond ; Lots C and D, portions 97 and 98, 58 acres and 200 acres respec tively, to Mr. H. Browu ; Lot F, portion 98, GO acre...
AT THE POLICE OFFICE, YOUNG On Tuesday, December 15th. COUNTRY LOT. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 11 December 1875
AT THE POLICE OFFICE, YOUNG, On Tuesday, December 14th. COUNTRY LOT. Lot A, portion 89, 40 acres, in the county of Monteagle, parish of Burrangonjr, on the right bank of Cudgell Creek, at the southern boundary of A. Edey's conditional purchase of 60 acres, No. 35. Upset price, £1 per acre.
RUNS OF CROWN LAUDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 11 December 1875
RUNS OF CROWN LANDS. The fair annual value for pastoral purposes of the undermentioned runs having been ap praised, pursuant to the ' Crown Lands Occupa tion Act' of 1861, at the respective amount! hereunder set forth— it is notified, for the infor mation oH fill narties interested, that new leases of such runs under the said Act will be granted, on payment into the Colonial Treasury, on or befoie the 30th day of January next, ot tlie ad justed rentals for tlie year 1876. 2. Any of these leases of which the rent may not have been paid by the date above specified, will be held to have lapscd^and the runs will in due course be offered lo competition as vacated. Lachhin District. Back Creek, Mary Auetta Jainieson ? £75' Bald Hill, The Australian Joint Stock Bank 50 jS Bombaldry, W. It. Watt ... : ... '^''ZT: ?70' Buudaii, Jumes Newell ? ...*..; 35 Barmedmun, L. P. & J. Rubertson ... ... 125 'Berrembed, John Hore ? -.;?; v.. ... 60 13erreinuett North, The IVust and Agency-, j-. ...
PARLIAMENT OF NEW SOUTH WALES. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 3. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 11 December 1875
PARLIAMENT OF NEW SOUTH WALES. Friday, December 3. Ik the Legislative Assembly, — Mr. Robertson brought up a bill to remove doubts, us io the validity of agreements made elsewhere for personal service in New South * Wales. ? Mr. Jacob moved the second readiug of his bill to repeal the bale of Colonial Wines Regulation Act of 1$62. From observation of the working of the Act he had come to the conclusion that the present law was highly injurious to the best j interests of the country. The testimony of- 'the I police, and of all who bad had the opportunity of knowing the character of these wine-shops, was that they were really sly-grog shops, and highly provocative of drunkenness. The prohibition against drinking on the premises was practically a dead 'letter.; and the wine sold was mostly inferior, for there was no provision for the proper storage of wine. The wine-shops were geiierajly situated beyond the reach of police supervision, and their influence was wholly pernicious. Vignero...
BURROWA COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 8. (Before W. J. E. Wotton and G. Eason, Esqs.) [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 11 December 1875
BURROWA COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS. Wednesday, December 8. (Before W. J. E. Wotton and G. Eason, Esqs.) Christopher Cole pleaded guilty to a breach of the Towns Police Act, in allowing the carcase of a horse, his property, to remain on the bank of the river, within the limits of this township, and was fined 5s. and costs. On the complaint of Mary Hough v. Christopher Cole, being an application for the maintenance of an illegitimate child, a claim which the defendant did not deny, an order was made for the payment of 6s. per week, monthly, to the sergeant of 'police in Burrowa, for the next twelvemonths Horse'Slcaling. Regina v. Silvester Minahan. Senior-Sergeant Hitch deposed: On Monday last, the 6th instant, from information received, I arrested the prisoner, Silvester Minahan, on sus picion of stealing a brown gelding, branded C over F H on the near shoulder, the property of Mr. A. E. Middleton,- of Broughtonsworlh ; when I charged him with the offence he replied, ' I am not the man ...
WAGGA WAGGA ANNUAL RACES. [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 11 December 1875
/ WAGGA WAGGA ANNUAL KACES. £BT ELECfrBIC TELEGRAPH.] First Day— Wednesday, December Wi.; The Races were largely attended, and resulted as follows:— . ?? - ...'.?. ' . makes' peoduce stakes. Mr. Lloyd's Quebec ? 3' Mr. YcoinanB1 Kularney ? ........;....;... 2 Mr. SeviorY Aruma colt ? .; ? 3 6ELLIN0 STAKES. Mr. Coffey's Little King ? 1 Mr. Jacobs' New Guinea ? ...:., ? 2 Mr. Hughes' Jerreed ? 3 ' THE WAGOA CUP. Mr. Parslow's Cleolite, 7st ? 1 Mr. Bowler's Torchlight, 7st ? 2 Mr. Edgehill's Cassio, 7st 51bs. ? 3 Time, 3 minutes 39 seconds. THE MAIDEN PLATE. Mr. Bowler's Torchlight ? 1 Mr. Ray's Nightshade ? 2 Mr. Dallas's Planchette ? 3 Second Day — Thursday, December 9th bikes' produce stakes. Mr. Lloyd's Quebec ? 1 Mr. Yeomans' Killarney ? 2 Mr. Croft's Miss Snowden ....- ? 3 THE WAGGA DERBY. Messrs. Bowen & M'AliBter's The Whiffler ..:....l Mr. Lloyd's The Wizard ? 2 . OKAND STAND HAKDICAP. ??? Mr. Kett's Snowden, 7st. ? 1 Mr. Ivory's West Australian, Cst. 1311)6. .„. ? '2 ...
On Wednesday, December 29th. COUNTRY LOTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 11 December 1875
On Wednesday, December 29(/t. COUNTRY LOTS. Lot A, portion 181, GO ncres, in the county of Harden, parish of Beggan Beggan, adjoining the northern boundary of C. Buliingham's conditional purchase of 320 acres, No. 1G2. Lot B, portion 293. 40 acres ; Lot C, portion 294, 40 acres ; — both in the county of Monteagle, parish of Gegiiilalong, at the northern boundaries of J. Hurley's conditional purchases of 40 acres each, Nos. 183 and 184. Lot D, portion 326, 99 acres 2 roods, in the county of Montcaglc, parish of Gegiillalong, ad joining the western boundary of J. Hurley's conditional-purchase -of 320 acres, No. 281. Upset price, £1 per acre.
CROWN LAND SALES. AT THE POLICE OFFICE, BURROWA, On Tuesday, December 14th. COUNTRY LOT. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 11 December 1875
CROWN LAND SALES. AT THE POLICE OFFICE, BUEROWA, On Tuesday, December 14th. COUNTRY J.OT. Lot A, portion 185, 50 acres, in the county of Harden, parish of Begrgan Beggan, at the iiorth 'westernjcornerof A. Borelaud's conditional pur chase of 48J acres, No. 173. Upset price, £1 per acre.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 25 December 1875
Cjje §uiTofoa |jta is published at the Office, Marsden-slreet, Burrowa, every Saturday morning, in time for circulation by the early Mails all over the Colony. Terms of Subscription : — When paid in advance for 3 months, 5s. ; if booked, 6s. Single copies, 6d. All accounts are rendered quarterly, and prompt settlement is requested. For Advertisements the following are the charges : — For the first inch or less of space, 3s, ; for every subss quent inch or lets of the same advertisement, Is. 6d. A reduction of twenty five per cent, will be made on all advertisements inserted for three months i and of 10 per cent, if inserted for one month. Bceeowa ; — Printed and published bj GtaoBes Babov, at the Newt* Office, Htnden-rtreet.
IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 25 December 1875
IMPOUNDINGS. Burrangong. — Impounded at Burrangong, on 8th December, from BuiraDgong, by Edward Taylor, Esq. i — Bay mare, J T over eg near shoulder, like faint brand before g; off shoulder, star and snip, shod, aged, 15 hands. Also, on 10th December, from Six-mile, by Mr. Thomas Madden : — Bay entire, P over P near shoulder, P near rump, 4 years, 14 hands. Also, on December 13th, from Memagong, by J. A. Mackinnon, Esq. : — Black mare, T over F J or £ near shoulder, hind fetlocks white, running star, aged, 15 hands. Bay mare, D R near shoulder, 9 near thigh, J and like blotched K off shoulder and cheek, aged, 14 hands. Also, on the same date, from Burrangong, by Mr. George Vowden : — Chestnut mare, °h W near shoulder and thigh, faint brand like C or circle off thigh, Email star, aged, 14$ hands. Bay colt, T I y near shoulder, star, 2 years, 14$ hands. To be sold on January 6th. Cowra. — Impounded at Cowra, on November 16th, from Mulyan, by Joseph Ousby, Esq. ; re advertised : — Blac...