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LATEST INTELLIGENCE. REUTER'S TELEGRAMS TO AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATED PRESS LONDON, FEBRUARY 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 12 February 1876
LATEST INTELLIGENCE. » ;*-!'-?-?-- l- JliZAi'' ?-* --fl-'-i , it ? -i ill I ? - ~t r--- - ;*-- ?--? \i « % -;;Ffi4NpB.r^The majority^ _ ^.qdprate ItepubJi^c^iy&ijPu^^ President --f }»npl jt4s«Kp.epted that: the former. will; resign. . ^-p;flieaPorte,1and*tJ»erp' wejsupjiorting Jt.u,3?he .r^i^/pr^misefl;to^nejjder^e^rppp8als.,;4 '?... -'/a- iniS0Fer«J/«e!ff.1barpqeto!liave feeen^createdLj - %?? ? ? ,-? The R.M.S. Avoca left Galle f or Melbourne pn -fjhejJOth: January/ .,?:-;,.; ..-; ?; ,: i.;;;;^ V ,. ? --.--it U.-.-.1- -;.'^. o' j'. ??;,??. ;!:;-: v.i: -Fe.BfLV/iRT.4. ? ?, £he l)uke of Edinburgh , is about to jassume a i]narj|_l,cpmroapd,.toi.extend over.twoyisari,;,!, ....;.. ...;?? ;Ti-e. Princess, Beutricp, youngest daughter of v Her -Majesty; Queen Victoria, is affianced to Prince JLoujp i p^Batenburg. , ^ ,j ??? I''..:J -?, ; ,: ?../ .:.? .,„ TpBKBT.-^It.is belipyed, that, the Eorte will . .accept Cpunt.AfldraBsy'B scheme of reform. . , ?; ..- ?..',?!','.?.,.', '??.'.,....
PARLIAMENT OF NEW SOUTH WALES. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 8. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 12 February 1876
L^llAfcT OF NEW SOUTH WAL#w ^jierdat, February 8. IK ttiei-egiBlatiVe Assembly,— . -:':; ?itMjf?'E-)l»t-fBbri gave notice of n resolution .iS' going into committee for the purpose of con sidering the expediency of introducing a bill for the amendment ofJhe Public Schools AcU. „ feruSf^nmlAptll tlft^iftl^lf^AliJSarTrea-1 surer, and moved that the seat of the lion, mem ber be declared vacant, which was agreed to. — Mr?^btTetHaW'on-^he''table-^Bttrrns-jtt-Tefe-' frfi/*1 ti li%# stock, and it was ordered that they \k rtfOTrea to the Select Committee on Diseases It was resolved, on the motion of Mr. S. C. Brown, that the House would, on Friday, go .into committee, to consider the introduction -of' the Publi%£cb(ool6 gitegJH)^ , ., J It wntiLppee&jop the.jjmotiffti of Mr/ Farnejy that the Hiise U'Aild,ton Friday, go-into com mittee, to consider the Prevention of Contagious Diseases Bill: ; - //';.; ;. j ??? ; ?'. .; . .??-??? - Mr. M'Eihone moved, — 'That an address be presented t...
POST-OFFICE TIME-TABLE. ARRIVAL AND DESPATCH OF MAILS. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 12 February 1876
POST-OFFICE TIME-TABLE, ABEI^Ati AND DESPATCH OF MAILS. . Abeivals. I^'** ' V'l J?rom TB6s%&JEangnjwigar6p : OnJTuesday, We,Of; nesday, Tltefl^ aifl|patjif- daipft 44l»-«U ,.J E| From Youiig~fiaamik¥^hgo:: On |S|otiMy,!|yednes From i)alt^and^Ky% Palk: ,M Satui^y, ;^fj P*Tn, '** ^,. -'?;.?.*?. . ~i.''~''*r ?'?;'-£-' . *i _v'Vv -.^ From Reid's Flai^wa Frogmore : On Monday, at 11-30 a.m. DEPARTURES. , For Yass and Tangmangaroo :,^n3B|^§^f&-fa| day, Wednesday, and Friday, at noon. 'I ?'' For Young & Marengo : On Wednesday, Thursday, ^^^^^JMBrdfl^jaU-gO j),m. ~.J-T,1ft - , ? ?fwftye Park and DaTf on : ^Fndaylp^ i-m. - Fof-i%a's3|!a!, j%^ FrognfoVe) 504 Saurday, at . 1 -30p.nl. :\ ?' . .*''' ' ** ?'? v^oj|rey«M[erst«4psued^ily}^^ir8 Anjrguntil Ou'Snnday the^ Office_wllijeopen ^ereFPfen the hours nf.l p.m. and 2 p.tn., for -delivery, only.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 12 February 1876
THE 'BTJIE OfA N E W S' TS published at the Office, Marsden-street, every SATURDAY morning, at 6 JL o'clock, in time for the Mails. Three Months in advance ? . ? ? £s. „ f if booked ... ? ? 6s. Single copies ? ? 6d. TERMS FOR ADVERTISING : fur the first inch of space .. ? ? 8s. Every subsequent inch of the same advertisement ? Is. 6d. A reduction of 25 per cent, will be made on all advertisements inserted for three months ; and of 10 per cent. if inserted for one month. Where the advertisement is limited, the number of insertions should be written acrosB the face of the writing. BILLET- WOOD ! BILLET- WOOD ! Tenders are invited for the Supply OF AT P. H. SCOTT'S UNION STEAM FLOUR MILLS, BURROWA. THE COURT-HOUSE HOTEL, BURROWA. BENJAMIN LONG HAS ALWAYS ON HAND ALL KINDS OF THE BEST OF LIQUORS, AT MARKET PBICES. CIVILITY AND ATTENTION TO ALL WHO MAY CALL. Cut Hay and Corn always on hand. THE HIGHEST PBICE GIVEN FOE FORAGE. BROCK & BltOUGHTON, Stock $? Station Agents, AND AUCTI...
WEEKLY CALENDAR. Moon's last quarter—Feby. 17th—at 3.1 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 12 February 1876
WEEKLY CALENDAR. Moon's last quarter— tfeby. 17th— at 3'lLp.m. ?5 * ? ? ?? ?;? i 1 ??-,?-.: t ????????' -i '« 'g *S Remarkable Events. ' ™ jr. I y .. . . ' ?* ? ? '? : - ??- ' ? ' ?' - '? h. M. H. M. 13 5 Septuagesimd Sunday. 5 33 6 55 14' M Si, Valentine's Day. 5 34 G 54 15 Tii Captain Cook killed, 1779 5 356 52 16 W . . ??-?? . ^menced, 1500 5 36 6 51 17 Th English5 National Debt com- 5 37 6 50 18 F Martin Luther died, 1546:5,38 6 49 19. S Galileo born, ; '1564]5 39 6 48 ;.« }SATUBDA¥-^EBRUA.EY 12th', 1876.
APPROVED CLAIMS TO PREEMPTIVE LEASES. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 12 February 1876
APPROVED CLAIMS TO PRE-EMPTIVE LEASES. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; It is hereby notified for general information, that the claims of the undermentioned parties to &nbsp; leases of Grown land adjoining their respective freeholds have been approved pursuent to the Regulations of 27th August, 1875 subject to such modifications or amendments as may, on further examination, be found necessary. 2. Such leases will entitle the lfessfeesto accupy Crown lands within' the limits, indicated by the said Regulations, or so much thereof as may open to and not already under lease by pre-emptive right, and in-y not be exempted from conditional purchase in virtue of improvements or notified as a reserve. -?.?-?? ,3. '11)6 rent, as hereunder specified, will be; from 1st January to 31st December, 1876, and .must, in each case, be paid in full before the lease will have effect. Credit will be allowed for the amounts already paid on deposit of the applications. 4....
IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 19 February 1876
;«c-;.piBGBMDma&:/.l.: : T r^uRBiftWNGiMlinppnticled -at -Burrangong;' on 'Jiyjuiuy.iiMttt, *om MlS.etay1B -Creek, %bfi Mr. ,JJtomaB-Mdri«li :-^i !-v -.:--; ?.?.'.. ... r. . -., l%'l?ay!Jborso^HlJ»i'3iear jshoulder, i Bhod,r6-years, .Alsos'ion-'JaHuary.L29thj!ifromiThudangrai:aiy Bay *OTse;-Jike M off shoulder, bob tail, aged, ifl To be sold on February 24th. , «E0WBft.-i*-ImpD.6pd6dJjat '.Cowrai »on January. ZWh, -fKim ReedyvOreck, 'by ' *rder of Jaines Ranlcen.'Esq.:— i- .*??;. .' ? ? ; ???' ..i ? Chestnut mare,: D Glover G near shoulder. - - Bay mare, D G near shoulder, 16 bauds. Bay marej tfike'WB ;near shoulder, WB tieir thigh, E P off-shoulder find hip, Star, brolten-in. Grey horse, -hipped off side, Jj- off shoulder, aged. Bay mare, horse-shoe off -shoulder. ? Also, on same date, from Cocomingla, by Mr.' Thomas Smith t — ' Yellow-bay horse,broken-in,P Wover JMnear shoulder, TB over 2 over like T— S conjoined off .shoulder, aged, 15£ hands. ' ' Also, on January 31st, f...
THE ENGLISH FARMER IN 1875. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 19 February 1876
THE ENGLISH -TARMEB IN 1876. AT^oggeshall^Mr.-iMechi said : ? As conSp-u-edl with last year tbe present year bad been a very -calamitu8 -one -for -the— British farmer. - He Jbejie,ved, taking 4ihe most moderate estimate, that tine;: fairer: would, receive a pound an acre less for bis produce -than he received last year. Thertltferti^lOOO.OOp^weB'ih.ftbfitUtiited^g-, »-iouj^JanfJ' kii&ti iineont Ja tsftmpirative Idbi'n £47,000,000 to the agricultural interest He -believed-he-under-estiniatedtbis Iobs. fii our uwu vuuuj,y, ue ueneyeu, iu lu.Hiiy jtiiouo, lusuau W £lM***ei £lie fillers ^ul)l:reoeive £2 less per acre,' and 'even s more' Mian' that. He was -quite sure that iu -bis own case, as in the cases of many arable farmers and corn-growers, the ireceipte would be fuHr£2;per acre less than ^last yeaf. ilofo'niy had there heen tbe blight in the crops, but it had been a bad season for hay ; the quality' of tbe cattle-food grown had not been very good, and although the price of...
UNDEFINED PRE-EMPTIVE LEASES. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 19 February 1876
vndef^$ pMm[&iiy$ Jjg$£jg$;;.jj| The claims, ; of )the widi^menyoned '^reons for J pre-emptive leases have beeh:|ipprpved of, subject to the cop3jttons aetniorthtin' the '.Crown 'Lands, OccupAiori'.ytoIJi?6i.-~1'- '*'i!'L'':\^;'-': 'Jr/'lH The rentf'df the' lands jri^qtaettum for' the*yeap| commencing on .tlie 'intfii Jaiiilar$',*A&7fi, must be paid lo the Agent £pr the gale of Crown Lands of the district in which they.are,. situated, or tp.,the,. Treasurer in Sydney, Within' twb boriths' from* 4th February, l«76r ' ''—' ~~'-~ ---'?- ? District of-Burrdtoa. William Ciiffon, Burrowa^ 550 acres, in county of King, parishes of Opton aja& Ware ; rent, £1 14s. fid. - . : , . ? ''' district of VdnV'i,' '' Daniel Grogah; Tartgrriangaroo, 528 acres, in county of Harden, parish: of , Bowning-: rent, £1 13s. , ?-....??. James Byrne, Dalton, 150 .acres, in county of King, parifih. of Preston ; rent, £1. ? . ? ','?':' -.Distinct of Young. James Tool, Merengo, 120 acres, ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 19 February 1876
WANTED, A STRONG GIRL, as NURSE. | Apply MRS. GARDINER, Bank of New South Wales, Burrowa. FR06MOOR COPPER MIME, TTTANTED, Pair of SAWYERS, ORE W DRESSERS, and LABORERS. Apply at the Mice to DEER BROS. ST. PATRICK'S New Catholic Church, bVbbowa. A SUPPLEMENTARY BAZAAR, in aid of the St. Patrick's Church Building Fnnd, will be held on MONDAY and TUESDAY, 28th 'and 29th FEBRUARY (the days appointed for the Burrowa Jockey Club Races). The co-operation of the Ladies who so ener getically worked for the late Bazaar is respectfully solicited. , '. ? Donations, &c, gratefully acknowledged. J. DUNNE, C.C. ^ Burrowa, January 25th, 1876. ^ NOTICE. npENDERS will be received at the Court _L House, Yass, up to Tuesday, the 29th February, for Road Construction on- Road Sharpening- Stone Greek to Burrowa. Flan and Specification can be seen at the Court-Houses, Yass, Burrowa, and Gunning. Tenders to be endorsed — ' Tender for Work, Road Sharpening-Stone Creek to Burrowa.' J. B. MELDRUM, Road...
SUPREME COURT SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 19 February 1876
SUPREME.. O0URT SYDNEY. On pFebruary 9tb,%efore hisSonorl&rv* Justice FiBucett, tbe following case was heard :— ?,''???'?: Dines v. Gordon. - — ; 'Mr. Saiaraons (Mr. Butler, Q.C., with him),-in-p etructed by Messrs. Holdsworth and Brown,- ap-J peared for the plaintiff; and Mr. Richer (Sir George Ijnues wjth him), instrptedf (jy^efjera.' Dawson-and Sari, for the defendant.* i ' - '*?* Q± * ' ' ''The action was one of ejectment, and was brought to recover possession of— 320~acres— of- iana uuuateu on tue w naian -xvi ver- anu, .wjiluu the Merriwa run. The title of filief plaintiff itgf very simple, he having bought at auction six' measured portions, including the land claimed, aud producing grants from .the Crown for tbeBe portions.' j $^6 ^alejbyau'etionfiyjw advertised in/ the Gaeette'oftiik 13th' of April, 1875 ; 'the sale1 took place on the 22nd of May in the same year ; and tbe grants issued oh the' 17th July. 'Tlie de fendant'^case was that he bad in July, 1874 (a year b...
PARLIAMENT OF NEW SOUTH WALES. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 9. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 19 February 1876
PARLIAMENT OF NEW SOUTH WALES. Wednesday, February 9. . In tbe Legislative Assembly, -r- ; .; Mr. . Bobertson moved the adoption of the report-from the Committee of the Whole House on the Agreements Validating Bill. The motion was ? opposed by Mr. Nelson and other hon. members, who contended that the bill was unnecessary, as the : law was already suffi, cient for: all purposes, and that the bill would operate in favour of capitalists as against the interests of the wortine1 classeK. The motion was carried on division by 19 to 18, and the third reading of the bill was made an order of the day for nest day. The House then went into Committee of Supply, and resumed the consideration of the Supplementary Estimates for the years 1874 aud 1875. Mr. Bobertson moved the withdrawal of the item of £726, on account of the travelling expenses and passage money of the Colonial Treasurer to England. He stated that since;the estimate had been before the Committee his attention had been drawn to th...
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 19 February 1876
Mb. Robertson's Education Bill is before the country, and awaits the verdict of the consti tnencies and of the Legislature. That the proposed alterations are important will be generally admitted ; and though some of the amendments may be deemed objectionable, others will, meet with general concurrence. Clause 1 declares the title of the Bill, and enacts that this Act shall be read with the Public School Act of 1866, which is hence forth to be called the Principal Act. It also enacts that the word Minister shall be sub stituted for the Council of Education, where those words occur in the unrepealed clauses of the Principal Act. Clauses 2 und 3 abolish the present Council of Education, and transfer the powers, authorities, and obligations of the Council upon a responsible Minister of the Crown. They'also vest the property of the Council in her Majesty, her heirs, or successors, but to be held in trust for educational purposes. Clause 4 vests the appointment of teachers in the Governor...
BURROWA JOCKEY CLUB RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 19 February 1876
BURROWA JOCKEY CLUB EACES. * The' following nominations have been received for thS'jtwo handicaps at these races : — , v%jpmijacA8s' pdbbe handicap. M. Mjifban'a b g, Standard, aged. ,-j:Hi@ worth's b g, Joe Miller, aged. A. Hancock's b fa, Erin's Isle, 5 yrs. E. T-'Gwyrine's b g, Poet, 6 years. J. B. O'Rourke's b g, Dynamite, aged. BUBBOWA JOCKEY CLUB HANDICAP. M. Minehan's b g, Standard, aged. W. Welruan's b m, Autumn, 4 yrs. E. ,& Hume '| b ,&AJb&ry, aged. ,.,,,. . - W.^.wWsr.g.?ftiimpeter,fftged. : - G.~ Hemsworth's b g, Joe Miller, aged. A. Hancock's b h, Erin's Isle, 5 yrs. .E. T.-Gwynne's b g, Poet, 6 years.
Latest Intelligence. SYDNEY—FEBRUARY 18, 8 P.M. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 19 February 1876
|tat Intelligence. . (Feom Mebsbs. Gobdon and Gotch.) [bt eleotbio teleobaph.] SYDNEY— Febbuaby 18, 8 p.m. In the Assembly the first item of increase in the official salaries was rejected by a majority of 7, and tbe Government in con sequence have withdrawn all the proposed increases. They have also abandoned the proposed tobacco duties, and postponed their Volunteer estimate. The second reading of the Education Bill has been fixed for Wednesday next. Mr. Davies is introducing a bill to amend the Publican's Act. The laying of the Electric Cable to New Zealand has been completed. Sproule has been sentenced to 4 months' imprisonment, with hard labour. The Suez Mail-steamer arrived at Adelaide yesterday. There have been great hurricanes at Ex mouth in Western Australia. Several vessels foundered, and 40 persons were drowned. The Wool Sales this week have been dull. Fat Cattle are firm. Best bullocks are quoted from £8 16s. to £9 6s. Fat sheep are easier. Best wethers are from 12s. to 1...
SMALL DEBTS COURT. Wednesday, February 16. (Before Messrs. Eason and Wotton). [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 19 February 1876
,. SMALL DEBTS COURT. Wednesday, February 16. ('Before Messrs. Eason and Wotton V W. B. Pett v. J. Massey, for goods sold and delivered £8 18s. 10d.— Defendant, who did not appear, had paid plaintiff £3, and upon proof of his claim by the latter, a verdict was given for tbe balance due. Dennis O'Connor .v. J. Beck ; damages, £10. — This was a suit to recover the sum named in the jjiuuii as uuuiuge suBiainea oy me- piainus through the non-delivery of a saddle purchased by him, and which '? defendant had subsequently sold. In cross-examination by defendant,- plain- tiff acknowledged having received f rpm . defen dant another saddle instead of the one at first purchased by him ; and the Court found a verdict for defendant ' (Before W. J. E. Wotton, Esq.) George Eason v. James Dwyer.— This was a suit brought to recover the sum of £4 4s. 6d., balance due upon a bull, the property of defen dant, which had been impounded, and wjxich had been sold'out of. tjje Burrowa pound. The facts of th...
BURRANGONG TURF CLUB RACES. [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] First Day—Wednesday, February MAIDEN PLATE. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 19 February 1876
BDRRANGONG TDRF CLUB RACES. [bt electric telegraph.] First Day — Wednesday, February ISth. MAIDEN PLATE. Mr. R. Fisher's Koeciusko ? 1 Mr. J. Stone's Nightshade ? „ ? 2 PBINCE OF WALES SEELING STAKES. Mr. J. Strickland's Comet ? 1 Mr. P. Bergin'a Joe Miller ? 2 THE LADIES' PUR8E. Mr. M'Phee's Ferryman's Daughter ? 1 Mr, JeflVs Premier ? 2 THE TOWN XlfkiXt, HANDICAP. Mr. J. Roberts' .Miss Jane ....'...., ? 1 Mr. J. 'Strickland's Gratis ? '...'.''. ? '. ? 2 Mr. R. Grovenor'-s Kingston ? 3 COBRA WANdiCOP HANDICAP HUBBLE RACE. Mr. J. Roberts' Dexter mn»m, ? 1 Mr. J. Mackenzie's Pearl ? 2 Pearl fell during the race. The weather was fine, the attendance fair, and the racing good. The new Grand-stand was much admired. Second Day — Thursday, February 17th THE TRIAL STAKES. Mr. R. FiBher's Kosciusko ? 1 Mr. J. Stone's Whiffler ? ; ? 2* THE TUBF CLUB HANDICAP. Mr. J. Roberts' Mies Jane ? : ? 1 Mr. J. Strickland's Gratis ? 2 Mr. J. Stone's Nightshade ? 3 THE FLYINO HANDICAP. Mr. V. Colreavy's ...
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 19 February 1876
Death of an Old Resident.— On Thursday last Mr. J. Molloy, one of the first settlers in this neighbourhood, died at his residence at Calabash Creek. His remains will be interred in the Catholic Cemetery at Burrowa, to-day, when the attendance of his friends is requested.
PARLIAMENT OF NEW SOUTH WALES. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 11,1876. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 19 February 1876
TARLlAMENTOFNEW SOUTH WALES. Fbjday, Febbdaby 11, 1876. 'In the Legislative Assembly, — ' Mr. S. C. Brown moved the second reading of tbe Felo-de-se Bill, which had been passed by the Legislative. Council. ; The. object of the bill was to enact that verdicts of felo-de-se by coroners' juries in caBQs of death by suicide shall be abolished. After remarks fr,gtn Mr. Meyer and Mr. Fite patrlck, the second refeiduig was agreed, to without yiiviijion. ? ? ' '?' _c Tqe Speaker announced messages trom bis ex cellency the Governor, retcommending that pro visibn be made for. the Claims against the Crown Enforcement BUl^na'notifying that her Majesty had been pleased' to give her assent to the Mar riage with a Deceased Wife's Sister Bill. The House then went into committee to con sider the Felo-de-se Bill in detail, Mr. Piddington taking the chair in the absence of Mr. Driver. Clause 1, which comprised the enacting portion of the bill, was agreed to without division. The bill was reported with...