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BURROWA TOWN COMMON. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 29 January 1876
BDBBOWA TOWN COMMON. A Meeting of the residents of Burrowa was held yesterday afternoon at tbe Burrowa Court-House, to consider what steps should be taken to put an end t6 th^-resent abuse t-f the pnvileges of the BuWf fl^own^mmqn: , J4r. W. D. Campbell ?SMr.^an4fian'c6clc,-fte only Trustee preBent. explained at some length xhe present position or th?ir common. Boott^after the election of the Trustees, they Had. procured a'cop-of the rules adopted by eimilar bodies, and had framed a set of rules which they thought suitable for their particular requirements. These rules tad-been S^ily|6r^ta|a|tf J^qFoSfrnnfeJtf&r then; an/ proval'nBariy'two years ago*;' but although the' Government had been- more than once requested to give their formal approval to the rules, they had 'lupp^^egle^c^JtorSojso, ''Ql trie. trustees, one had left tlie district, 'anoihe^ was dead, and a %tiu-a*_who'h'ad certafiily been punctual tnUiii at tendance at their meetings, resided a considerable distance ...
PARLIAMENT OF NEW SOUTH WALES THURSDAY, JANUARY 20. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 29 January 1876
PABi|S!$Njr 0? |EW^UTtf WAjBtf|[ O.|Hko6sbi»iri4KfciMr!Z0.iA j. Mr. Parkes ttgi^.^e^a^qurjwnent of the that he, as a MiniBter of/diBfOro^n, iad commit ted-*iradr*obbenrrpeculatw»if .iw^Hrther crHnes; the^u^.^frffterfoli^ tBaMha^fiftlef1 could not be cbmiriittefl^ b5r%iry-«He holding the posiiipilTwiriigi herfblr.j,5arke3) .hadield, . %tG Lop! gprttimte thehfenlefed tnftVwngtny ittte-S mettt of the circumstances, under which he and Mr. Sutherland took up 'certain coal land in the Southern coast districts. ^e7Jenied;epiphaticaIIy the truth ?-&';&% -sWferiienle-'ade WlYie hon. meftber'f ol-~Xiatna'i$th~ Teferenceio Hiifr matter; There was! np f truth ^whatever ,im the .statement that he .and jMr.;, Sutherland i.wer,e ftp receive £80,000 for stopping, .the ,. construction of the Blawftrra Railway. It was' not true that ,a. pom pa^' ha^beVri' formed ^nmeibOT^ to work their laud. There AVSB ho negotiation with *ny com pany, and no intention oc :their (Messrs. Parkes and.Su...
DISTRICT COURT, BURROWA. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 29 January 1876
j DISTRICT COURT, BURROWA. Tee following is a list of plaints entered for hearing at the Burrowa District Dourt, to be holden on Wednesday, February 2nd, 1876 : ? 1.— John Hurley v. Thomas Woodbridge; tres pass, £200. Scar veil and Gordon for the plaintiff. 2. — John Bourke v. Joseph Thompson, sen. ; overdue promissory note, 4536. Scarvell and Gordon for plaintiff. 3.— Thomas Woodbridge v. James Martin : work and labour, £3 18s. 9d. 4.— Thomas Woodbridge v. John Hurley ; work 1 and labour, £4 6s. 3d. * 5.-3: D. and George Osborne v. Thomas Maber ; damage sustained, £50. Mr. A. & Freestone for tbe plaintiff. 6.— John Hayes v. Margaret Minahan ; goods sold and delivered, £18 9s. 5d.
POST-OFFICE TIME-TABLE. ARRIVAL AND DESPATCH OF MAILS. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 29 January 1876
POST-OFFICE iHME-TABLE. \ABBWJLb ATJD DESPATCH OF MAILS. . . AEBIVAL8. From Taas & Tangmangaroo : On Tuesday, Wed nesday, Thursday, and Saturday, at, 1 j-.m. From Young^M Mareiigo^n M6nfoyj3iV*dnes day, and Friday, at ll.SQa.Bu .'-;? '~\i From palton^ditye jParkr On /Saturday, at 6 p.ffi. r' ? /:?-: ' ';? '?- _ :- * .-'X From Beid'e Flat, wta Frogmore : On Monday, at 11-30 a.m. ' . Departures. For Yass and Tangmang'aroo : On Sunday, Mon day, Wednesday, and Frida^/ift^ipb^ \(: * For Young & Marengo : On Wednesday, Thursday, and Saturday, at 1*20 p.m. For Rye'Parfcand Dalton : On Friday, at 7 a.m. ^SF^a^eMaitT^M^r^oferTJn^uraayrat1 l^pnitf -: ;? ;^ .'?''-' ;'-*\ ::::::^HEbney-brderB; issued -daily,- from -9 -a.tn.-«ntil 4 p.m. On Sunday the Office will be open fcetween the hours of 1 p.m. and 2 p.m., for deliveryonly.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 29 January 1876
'OF BUEBOWA-BTBEB^TOUNG, , Licentiate of the Royal College of Physicians, MAT *» consulted EVEE? ALTERNATE SUNDAY, at Me. BERNSTON'S AUS 'T^AtlAN HOTEL. BURROWA, after One &eloek. ' Mr BEBNSTON will give any information as ' ' ' 't* flays of viBiting ; and 'urgent messages can be - ' '?*ehP»yi4iegraph to; Y-ning. ' ' ? Young, January let; 1876. ' ~ THE ' ? ,, „„. : PBOPEIETOE. ; ?. ,?? ».llr. // T, :? , \ ,.: - ?? ? ' fiPiBITS, -ALES, WIWb;B, LIQUEUBS, &o., f ??.::?' '-.. ? ?:. OP : .:-?.-,: THE BEST 'QUALITY. ' . ''..'' 'Gobb'AKD Commodious Stabling. !PM'tiiei'Siiip Notice. 'flniHiB Undersigned have this day entered : ' '''.jit' into Partnership as MILLERS at i, COQTaMUNDRA, in the Colony of New ? South Wales, under the efcjle and firm of ,*' SCOTT &MULI»ALY.' Dated this Second Day of November, A.D. ; ? 1874.- .' ' ' ' . : ?'?? ?? P. H. SCOTT. M. J. MDLLALY. ? Witness— HenbyG. Donovan, ' . '? ' ' Solicitor. Burrowa. : AGENTS. ~ FI1HE following gentlemen have...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 29 January 1876
MARRIED, On the 17th January, 1876, at St. John's Church, Burrowa, by the Rev. E. H. A. Gwynne, HENRY, eldest son of the late Mr. HENRY EVANS, of Little Plain, to JANE AMELIA, eldest daughter of Mr. R. ROBERTS, of Spring Flat. The Burrowa News SATURDAY, JANUARY 29TH, 1876.
IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 5 February 1876
iMPOUNDINGS. ' Cowba. — Impounded at Cowra, t»n January ? IBth, from Farligh, by Victor Watt, Esq. :— . Bay horse, W S over u near shoulder, broken- - in, aged. ' '..-.. Yellow-bay horse, 6tnr, D 2 over JVir conjoined near shoulder, W G over W off shoiilder. ' ..,? ^, ' CheBtnut horse, blaze down face, hind feet^Jj white, like EL conjoined over E near shoulder, J broken-in, aged, about 16 hands. Bay filly, star, J W (the J reversed) off shoul- , per, J reversed off hip, off hind foot white. Also, on January 17th, from Reedy Creek, by order of James Ranken, Esq. : — ,^_ Black mare, broken-in, star, W over WW near shoulder, W off shoulder. Bay foal, unbranded. Black horse, hipped off side, star, near hind foot ?white, P A near shoulder, broken-in, aged. Brown mare,' near bind foot white, stripe down face, WW near shoulder, broken-in. Bay mare, star, T J (the J reversed) near and off shoulder, broken-in. Bay foal, unbranded. Black mare, J E near shoulder. Chestnut mare, stripe down fac...
INDIA AND THE EAST. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 5 February 1876
INDIA AND THE EAST. Great uncertainty exists as to our relation with China, The Japanese are preparing for war with Corea. Twenty-two conspirators, for destroying the Rangoon Arsenal, have been committed for trial ; the money supplied to the conspirators by the King's agents amounted to a considerable sum. Fighting between the Dutch and Acheenese is still going onj the Dutch being successful. In Perak, on the 4tb, a party was surprised by the Malayan insurgents ; the latter were beaten off, but Major Hawkins of the Bengal staff corps, and two or three others were killed. Dr. Towus end, of Bengal -Medical Establishment, and others were wounded. The Arabs, though they sur rounded the greatest part of Sinighi, being free, returned to Singapore. PorsoNOUS Dkesses. — It has hitherto been imagined that the risk to life incurred by ladies when wearing evening dresses arises from the insufficiency of their clothing to protect them from the evil consequences of changes of tem perature. It se...
REVELATIONS OF RANDWICK. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 5 February 1876
BEVELATIONS OF RANDWICK. The public generally has been accustomed to hear . such good accounts of the Asylum for Destitute Children at Band wick, that the recent revelations will cause much Burprise, as well as indignation and regret Some small boys,' who had run away from the institution to escape severe beatings they had received there, if ell into -the hands of gentlemen wbbiwould not'let the matter rest till it was' thoroughly looked into^ Sub-Inspector Anderson, Mr. Raphael, and Mr. R M. Fobsteb nave neipea in toe exposure ; ana tne .tbemxeb also, on learning the facts, took prompt action. ' A.- personal inspection of the boys at the asylum by Mr. Superintendent Read and the Inspector of Charities has. shown that 34 out of 347, or one in tenj bear, the marks of a severe beating. In some of the cases, 'the bruises have extended 'from the neck to the heels ; and the statement is that the beatings have been inflicted by subordinate officers or rather servants, though some ' infant...
PARLIAMENT, OF NEW SOUTH WALES. THURSDAY, JANUARY 27. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 5 February 1876
PAEt^MBNT.OPJSrE ,W SOUTH WALES. . , ThOBBDAT, JAKOABT 27. In the Legislative Counta!,-*— ~ ' * Professor Smith moved tor leave to bring in a bill to facilitate the acquisition iy the Council of Education of sites for schools, and, as reasons for sttch legpielBtion, detailed * number df^cases in which great J&tikvy ijifl joccniTecl ; in obtaining; oites. -?'?'-?',?-';:;? ^ :'.-.:?.- ?^.^^.-^'?^ ..- ? Mr. Dbcker-did-not oppose, the motion, but defended his department from any imputation of. obstruction or delayin' furthering the business' of the Council; but he submitted that the bill propoiefl was not'--he that the^dverfimfenf ciouid accepV ''''-' ?;?'?'-?'?? ???- - ^ ? ;-' ?- Mr. Dalley also defended the Government from charges of delay, and imputed the embarrassments and difficulties to the erroneous and irregular action of the Council of Education. The President pointed out that the bill involved matters it was ''incompetent for this House to initiate. ProfesBOr' Smith, i...
EUROPEAN MAIL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 5 February 1876
Z, s EUJJOffEAN MAIL NEWS,' ;\ .-7 I His Royal Highness the Duke of Cambridge 'delivered an important speech at a city dinner at the Mansion House, on the army of Great Britain, in which he hinted at the possibility of war and dwelt upon the necessity of increased military, estimates, and advued in the case of the regular «rmy,'the continuance of the cohsoriptiori system. jThe^ army- mobilization- scheme meanwhile is ; causing great commotion in military circles. 1 . ?'. The ?appointment of Sir Seymour Fitzgerald to succeed the late Sir James Bill as Chief Commis sioner 'of ' the Charities Commission' iB, giving ground to much dissatisfaction, on the assumption that he has not the legal knowledge necessary to enable him to fulfil the duties of the office.' ' An article in. the Moscow Gazette, which pro bably does hot reflect public opinion generally in Russia, - accuses England of sinister designs, stigmatising her as entertaining a design to ob tain 'world-wide aggrandisement, and ...
HARVEST OF WESTERN RIVERINA. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 5 February 1876
* HABVESTOF WESTERN BTEvERINAT The harvest of 1875-6,' whiihis'just about ovjsr,' has uiiadubteab/bWoile of the' finfest ihaftaiB been experienced in the history of the colony, and nearly everywhere has the farmer been blessed with most abundant crops of grain. In the district, which, is more immediately adjacent to Echuca, especially have the numerous selectors, reason * to rejoij&e afc flie samroflant crops which have rewirSea UeirlabouM for If is Tio^esJag^ geration of facts to state that within a given area of land RTirfHiindihe1 ua the crnnR of the 'selectors have been, in proportion; greater than in any other part ot the 'polony. ? For the last few weeks the roads leading to the town have teemed with carts, waggons, and other conveyances, Jaden with grain, en route either to this market) to the markets of Melbourne, or to some of the metropolitan markets in other parts of the colony. Every available store in town is either occupied, or will be, by the deposit of grain,...
Latest Intelligence. SYDNEY FEBRUARY 4, 5.40 P.M. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 5 February 1876
^Cutest Intelligence. (Feom Messes. Gordon and Gotcii.) [by eeecteio telegraph.] SYDNEY February 4, 5-40 p.m. Thh Legislative Assembly haspassed* several items of the Supplementary Estimates for 1874 and 1875, including a pension of two hundred and fifty pounds- (£250)' per annum to Mr. Hargraves, the first discoverer ofgold in this colony. The Agreements Validating Bill has been passed through Committee In the Legislative Assembly. The Upper! House has rejected the Gold Duty Abolition Bill, and also the Impounding Act Amendment Bill. 1 The' Government have telegraphed to Mr. William, Forster (Colonial Treasurer), offer ing i(im the! Agent-G«neralship, now vacant through the demise of Sir Charles Cowper. Mr. Eoberts (an ex-publican) has been acquitted of the charge preferred against him of fraudulent insolvency. The Report of the Sydney Meat Preserving Company is satisfactory. Mr. .Edward Trickett intends proceeding to England per the next Suez Mail-steamer, in order to row for the ...
COMMERCIAL. BURROWA PRICES CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 5 February 1876
COMMERCIAL. BURROWA PRICES CURRENT. Flour, fine, £15 per ton, or 32s. per bag. Ditto, seconds, £14 per ton. Bran, £7 10s. per ton. Pollard, Is. 6d. per bushel. Wheat, 5s. 3d. per bushel. Maize, 6s, per bushel. Oats, 6s. per bushel. Barley, none. Hay, £7 per ton. Potatoes, 108. per cwt. The Burrangong Chronicle records the death of Mr. James Parkman, aged 43 years, at hie resi dence, the Calabash.
UNCLAIMED LETTERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 5 February 1876
UNCLAIMED LETTERS. The following is a list of unclaimed letters now ly ing.at. the Burrowa Po6t-ofiice: — ' T. Collins. A. Williamson, care of M, Cabill. Mr. J. Patent. Edward Fallon. John Nicolls, care of Mr. Kelly. Mr. J. Thompson. James Kelly Mrs. Syers, care of Mr. George Lodge. John Youins. J. P. Mearton. D. McGuigan. Duncan McDonald. G. Coplin (registered). These letters will remain at this Office till the I Oth instant, when they will be forwarded to Sydney. Dan. Ryak Kenane, P.M. Post-Office, Burrowa, Feb. 1st, 1876. , Conditional Purchases Buehowa DisTBigT. — At the local Land Office, on Thursday last, the following conditional purchases were made : — Parish of Hovell— John Murphy, 40 acres ; Wil . liatn 'Roberts, 40 acres. Parish of Bala — Michael Murphy, jun., 50 acres ; Robert Kemp, 40 acres. Parish of Cocomingla — William Henry Smith, 50 acres. - Parish of Illalong-y Edward Loonies, 640 j acres. Parish of Gungewalla — William John Mullaly, 250 acres. Parish of Burrowa— ...
LATEST INTELLIGENCE. LONDON, JANUARY 27. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 5 February 1876
- LATEST INTELLIGENCE; EEDTBB'fi TBfctiGRAMB TO AtlBTBAMAH ASSOCIATED PBBSS' . ? ' ' ' London, JAWJAftr 27. Sf^iN.— The Royalist forces Ijave commenced a combined movement fcgainst the Carlisle. The elections to the Cortep ^iye the Government a large majority. *'? j ? ' TJie Prussian Budget shows a deficit of over two&nTliohahalere.' *'''.' ' *Wm - January 29. LadyGowper is a passenger -for Sydney per the jship Durham. Mra.'Goodenough receives a pension of £300 per annum. 'VKjphe wool market is qniet, tut prices continue Turn, ? ? ' * Wheat is, unchanged. Copper is quoted at £89. ? ' SlNGAPOBE, JiNOABT 27. The Prince of Wales was received at Agra by A procession of 250 elephants. Conditional Poechases.-;— A Court of Inquiry under 4he Lands Acts Amendment Act, will be held 'toy the 'poinmiBsidner, George ^'Malley . Clarke, .Esjji, at 'the, 'Buirowa Coart-Pouse,* on Wednesday next fcebj^aty 9th. : Accident at Mabengo.— On, Wednesday last j Mr.'G.' 'O'rahstoh|t1ie contractor fo...
DISTRICT COURT, BURROWA. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 5 February 1876
DISTRICT QOURT, BURRQWA. The District Court was opened on Wednesday laBt,at the usual hour, by his Honor Judge Forbes. Mr.'C.E. R. Murray, Crown Prosecutor for the Spiuth* Western District, and Messrs. Scarvell and Freestone, fblicitbre, were in attendance. K- #i JTHb following plaints were disposed of*;^ '-*;1 '' ;:'-: -S -: -. .'} Trespass. '-..'.. '.'?? pjl / ^ohri-Hurley v. Tuos. Woodbridge ; trespass; £200. - ??.- .?:- . ? v.'v... ??. Mr. Scarvell for the plaintiff. ? ? -? . Mr. Murray, for tlie derepdant, pleaded not guilty, not possessed, leave and license, and puy k3reek, and Have about 7000 sheep; I have gene rally run about 5000 sheep there upon 5300 acres ,p! .purchased jand andiboutr20DQ.*crfiB jof^prez. lieaBes ; 'I had also 130 head of caltle ;*a padaQck: of 160 acres, one of 400 acres, and one of ,4JXacres areJencedj.in-iny—160-acEe-paddock-J found ^fe^aBt^Tme^faTwTn^DOD'oT^lTO'nsTieTp^ .in Juiie, ^.870 ji I hadvcattle in theyaddopkf two ' iyejafter,i;£dund^heepjthere...