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STOCK AND STATION REPORT. [ROBINSON AND BESNARD'S REPORT.] [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 12 September 1874
STOCK AND STATION REPORT. [ROBINSON AND BESNARD'S REPORT.] &nbsp; Fat stock : We have no sales to report. About 50 good bullocks would find ready sale. We quote : Bullocks, £7 to £8 ; cows, £5 10s. to £6 15s. ; wethers, 12s. to 13s. 6d. Store sheep : We have had several enquiries made, and have some being inspected, but no sales negotiated. We quote : Wethers, 9s. to 10s. 6d. ; ewes, 12s. 6d. to 14s. Store cattle : This class of stock is in little demand, and we are afraid few sales of any con- sequence will be effected while owners continue to hold out for their own prices. We sold 37 head for Mr. J. A M'Kennan, of Meuragong. We quote : Bullocks, from £4 4s. to £6 6s. ; cows, up to £5 15s. ; mixed herd, £3 3s. to £4. Skins, hides, &c. : We this week delivered to Mr. J. S. Beaumont, " Woolworks," 8 bundles of skins and 2 bales of wool, and are prepared to purchase or make advances on the ensuing clip. Young, September 11th. &nbsp;
IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 12 September 1874
IMPOUNDINGS. COOTAMUNDRY.—Impounded at Cootamundry, on the 27th August, from Burthong, by order of J. Gibbs, Esq. :— Brown mare, ER conjoined (the E reversed) near ribs, 1381 slanting downwards off shoulder, broken ; foal at foot. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Also, on the same day, from Stockinbengee, West Cucumbla, by order of superintendent :— &nbsp; White cow, Wy near rump, I near ribs, both ears marked. To be sold on September 24th. GRENFELL.—Impounded at Grenfeli, on the &nbsp; &nbsp; 28th of August, from Oma, by J. Dent, Esq. :— &nbsp; Bay horse, blaze face, FT over 2, near shoulder, hind feet white, broken, 6 years, 15 hands. Bay horse, star, J O C or G over B (writing capital) near shoulder, broken, aged, 14 hands. To be sold on September 17th. GUNNING.—Impounded at Gunning, on the 27th &nbsp; &nbsp; August, from Chain of Ponds, by Mr. J. Johnson : Brown or black colt, star, hind feet white, K over J off shoulde...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 12 September 1874
CHURCH OF ENGLAND. ST. JOHN'S, BURROWA. ON SUNDAY NEXT there will be Divine Service in the above Church at 7 o'clock in the Evening. WANTED, THREE MEN, for LAMBfNG. Wages, Fifteen Shillings per Week. &nbsp; &nbsp; Lambing will commence on 15th Inst. JOHN FROST, Forest Farm, Hovell's Creek. BANK OF NEW SOUTH WALES. A BRANCH of this BANK will be Opened on the 14th SEPI'. at COOTAMUN- &nbsp; DRY, for the usual transaction of Banking business. FRANK DEACON, Acting-Manager. Burrowa, 10th Sept., 1874. £5 Reward. STOLEN, or STRAYED, on the 5th of August, from near Broughtonsworth, one DAPPLE-GREY HORSE, branded JW off shoulder, white face, four white legs. &nbsp; If stolen, £5 will be paid on conviction of the thief; or £1, if strayed, on delivery to JAMES HUGHSTON. Board and Residence. MRS. MARTYN HAS VACANCIES for a few Respectable Boarders. &nbsp; TERMS, MODERATE. Burrowa, Sept. 4th. £20 Reward. I HEREBY offer the above Reward for the apprehension...
AN INCIDENT OF CIVIL WAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 12 September 1874
AN INCIDENT OF CIVIL WAR. &nbsp; ABOUT the middle of the month of June 1835, &nbsp; the city of Bilboa, in northern Spain, then held by a strong garrison of the Christino troops, was invested by the Carlist force underthe immediate command of the celebrated Tomas Zumalacarregui. The Queen's troops were well supplied with pro- visions, arms, and all the munitions of war, and enjoyed, besides, an uninterrupted communication with the eea, which was a little more than four miles distant, by the river Nervion, on the hanks of which Bilboa is situated ; whilst the appoint- ments of the besieging army were so utterly wretched in every particular, that nothing but the strongly-urged personal request of Don Carlos himself induced Zumalacarregui, much against &nbsp; the dictates of his own better judgment, to enter on the task at all. The feeble operations of the besieging force had proceeded for about ten days—Zumalacarregui &nbsp; &nbsp; having been r...
ENGLISH MAIL NEWS. THE BEECHER-TILTON SCANDAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 12 September 1874
ENGLISH MAIL NEWS. THE BEECHEB-TILTON SCANDAL. Once more the rehgious world has been startled by threatened disclosures affecting the moral character of the greatest teacher and preacher in America, perhaps in Christendom, Henry Ward Beecher. Some three years ago, Tilton, the pro- prietor of the Golden Age, in conjunction with the notorious and infamous Mrs. Woodhull, the free-love preacher, charged Beecher with being the father of Mrs. Tilton's children, and further that Beecher preached every Sunday to at least twenty of his mistresses. All these statements have been recently reiterated, and the scandal revived by Tilton. He has recently published a letter containing startling admissions by Beecher. But the lalter's friends declare it a forgery. Beecher has at last demanded an impartial inves- tigation by a committee of church members. Mrs. Tilton has testified against her husband's statements, and he has left her on account thereof. The notorious Woodhull, who has been lecturing ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 12 September 1874
The Burrowa News is published at the Office, Marsden street, Burrowa, every Saturday morning, in time for circulation by the early Mails all over the Colony. Terms of Subscription :—When paid in advance for &nbsp; &nbsp; 3 months, 5s. ; if booked, 6s. Single copies, 6d. All &nbsp; accounts are rendered quarterly, and prompt settlement &nbsp; &nbsp; is requested. For Advertisements the following are the charges :— For the first inch or less of space, 3s. ; for every subse- quent inch or less of the same advertisement, 1s. 6d. A reduction of twenty five per cent will be made on all advertisements inserted for three months ; and of 10 per cent. if inserted for one month. BURROWA .—Printed and published by GEORGE EASON, at the News' Office, Marsden-street.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 19 September 1874
COMMERCIAL HOTEL, MURRUMBURRAH, JOHN DILLON BEGS to return thanks to his numerous Friends and Customers for the liberal patronage ttiey have so kindly bestowed on him for nearly a space of thirteen years, and would also remind them that he has enlarged the Hotel considerably, and made extensive additions to the Stabling. The COMMERCIAL HOTEL, Murrum- burrah, for accommodation, is not to be surpassed in the district. None but the very best brands in WINES end SPIRITS are kept, and are purchased from some of the best importing houses in Sydney. Private Suites of Rooms for Families, and superior accommodation for Commercial Travellers. The Stables are under the management of an experienced and steady Groom. BOOKING OFFICE For Mr. JAMES ROBERTS'S Line of Royal Mail Coaches between Yass and Young. Also, COBB & CO.'S Royal Mail Booking Office for Wagga Wagga. ALLT & CO., WINE & SPIRIT MERCHANTS, And General Importers, 143, PITT STREET, [Opposite Vickery's Buildings...
FENCING ACT. AN ACT TO REGULATE THE DIVIDING FENCES OF ADJOINING LANDS. [9 GEO. IV. No. 12.] [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 19 September 1874
FENCING ACT. AN ACT TO REGUIiATE THE DIVIDING FENCES OF &nbsp; ADJOINING LANDS. [9 GEO. IV. No. 12.] Owners of Land may require persons possessing the adjoining Lands to assist in making and repairing the Dividing Fences. &nbsp; WHEREAS it is expedient to make provision for the erecting and upholding of Fences dividing Lands adjoining and abutting on other Lands Be it enacted by His Excellency the Governor of New South Wales by and with the advice of the Legislative Council That from and after the passing of this Act it shall and may be lawful for the owner or owners of lands adjoining or abutting upon any other lands and having no sufficient dividing fence to require by writing under his her or their hand or hands the owner or owners person or persons legally possessed of and holding any adjoining lands (excepting such lands as shall be held of the Crown by temporary occupation only) his her or their agents respec- tively to assist in equal proportions to make or re...
POST-OFFICE TIME-TABLE. ARRIVAL AND DESPATCH OF MAILS. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 19 September 1874
POST OFFICE TIME-TABLE. ARRIVAL AND DESPATCH OF MAILS. ARRIVALS. From Yass and Tangmangaroo—On Tuesday, Wed- nesday, Thursday, and Saturday, at 5·20 p.m. From Young and Marengo—On Thursday, Friday, &nbsp; and Sunday, at 6 p.m. &nbsp; &nbsp; From Dalton and Rye Park—On Saturday, at 6 &nbsp; p.m. From Reid's Flat, via Phil's Creek and Hovell's Creek, —On Monday, at 5 p.m. &nbsp; DEPARTURES. For Yass and Tangmangaroo—On Monday, Wed- &nbsp; nesday, Friday, and Saturday, at 6·10 a.m. &nbsp; For Young and Marengo—On Wednesday, Thursday &nbsp; and Saturday, at 5.40 p.m. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; For Rye Park and Dalton—On Friday, at 7 a.m. &nbsp; For Reid's Flat, via Phil's Creek and Hovell's Creek —On Sunday, at 10 a.m. Money orders issued daily from 9 a.m. until 4 p.m. &nbsp; On Sunday the office will be open between the hours of 1 p.m. and 2 p.m., for delivery only.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 19 September 1874
AGENTS. THE following gentlemen have consented to act as Agents for the " BURROWA &nbsp; NEWS," and will receive all Moneys due to the Proprietor, Subscribers' Names, and Orders for Advertisements :— &nbsp; Cootamundra—Mr. MICHAEL MULLALY. &nbsp; &nbsp; Murrumburrah—Mr. CHARLES J. DILLON. &nbsp; &nbsp; Graham—Mr. EDWARD KERR. &nbsp; &nbsp; Reid's Flat—Mr. CHRISTOPHER O'LEARY. &nbsp; &nbsp; The Burrowa News SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 19th, 1874.
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 19 September 1874
The administration of the Crown Lands will be for many years a matter of great impor- tance to the colonists of New South Wales. While in Victoria more tban half the land which is considered available for agricultural or pastoral purposes has been alienated from the Crown, scarcely one-tenth of the area which in this colony may be considered fit for settlement, has been so disposed of ; and the anxiety of the settlers here to acquire possession of these lands, even under the complicated provisions of the present Land Act, is shown by the enormous quantities now taken up every week at our local Land Offices. Every colonist, except Mr. John Robertson, admits that the present Land Acts are sus- ceptible of improvement. Most sensible people agree that they require considerable alteration ; the witnesses examined before Mr. Cunneen's Committee of the Legislative Assembly advise important modifications in the present mode of administering the Crown Lands ; the Premier expressly informs us...
Latest Intelligence. (FROM MESSRS. GORDON AND GOTCH.) [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] SYDNEY—SEPTEMBER 18, 7.30 P.M. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 19 September 1874
Latest Intelligence. (FROM MESSRS. GORDON AND GOTCH.) [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] SYDNEY—SEPTEMBER 18, 7·30 P. M. Business commences at the new Post Office on Monday next. The A. S. N. Company have chartered the steamship Cyphrenes to convey the out-going Californian Mails. Mr. Harrie Wood has been formally ap- pointed Chief Under-Secretary in the Depart- &nbsp; ment of Mines. Father Mounier was buried at Ryde. The funeral cortége was immense. The annual festival of the Labouring Men's Association took place in the Exhibition Building yesterday. Over 700 members paraded the streets. The cattle market is brisk. Best bullocks realise £10 to £10 10s. &nbsp; The sheep market is firm, the best quality being worth 17s. 6d. to 18s. Wheat is quoted at 5s. 9d. to 6s. per bushel ; maize, 3s. 6d. to 4s. The Manager of the Bank of Australasia died to-day. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; The steamer Kembla stranded off Bradle...
RANDWICK RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 19 September 1874
RANDWICK RACES. FOURTH DAY—SATURADAY, SEPT. 12TH. &nbsp; &nbsp; The Members' Handicap.—Llama, 1 ; Cori- &nbsp; &nbsp; sande, 2 ; Eros, 3. The Waverley Handicap.—Maid of Avenel, &nbsp; &nbsp; 1 ; Fitz-Yattendon, 2; Garryowen, 3. The Steeplechase.—Duffer, 1 ; Doubtful, 2 ; Prior, 3. The Randwick Plate.—Dagworth, 1 ; Re- &nbsp; &nbsp; prieve, 2 ; Horatio, 3.
DISTRICT COURT, BURROWA. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 19 September 1874
DISTRICT COURT, BURROWA. THE following is the list of plaints entered for hearing at the ensuing sitting of the District Court, to be holden on Monday next, 21st inst. :— &nbsp; 25. William and Mary Maher v. William and Sarah Steele ; slander, £200—Mr. Donovan &nbsp; &nbsp; for plaintiffs. 26. John Hickey v. Margaret Durack ; trespass, £200—Mr. Donovan for plaintiff. &nbsp; 27. Edward Knox, and Sir Charles Nicholson, Bart., Executors of the Will of S. K. Salting v. John Brotherton ; detenue and conversion of fencing wire, £111 12s.—Mr. Gordon for &nbsp; &nbsp; plaintiffs ; Mr. Donovan for defendant. 28. William Steele v. Bartholomew Shea; tres- pass, £200—Mr. L. A. Windeyer for plaintiff ; Mr. Donovan for defendant. 29. Sydney Steele v. Bartholomew Shea ; trespass, £30—Mr. L. A. Windeyer for plaintiff; Mr. &nbsp; Donovan for defendant. At the suggestion of a subscriber we publish in this day's issue the Fencing Act of 1829, whi...
BURROWA COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS. WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 16. (Before W. D. Campbell,P. H. Scott, and W. J. E. Cotton, Esquires.) Sly Grog Selling. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 19 September 1874
BURROWA COURT OP PETTY SESSIONS. &nbsp; WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 16. (Before W. D. Campbell, P. H. Scott, and W. J. E. Wotton, Esquires.) Sly Grog Selling. Regina v. Fahey. Constable O'Dwyer deposed : On Friday, 11th instant, I left a copy of the summons produced at defendant's residence : the summons is return- able to-day at 10 o'clock ; defendant has been called three times, and does not appear. The Court ordered a warrant to issue for his apprehension. &nbsp; &nbsp; At this stage of the proceedings the defendant and his attorney, Mr. Donovan, made their ap- pearance, and requested that the case might be proceeded with. Constable O'Dwyer then applied for a postpone- ment of the case in consequence of the absence, two important witnesses. &nbsp; &nbsp; Mr. Donovan objected to any postponement. The Court held that even on Mr. Donovan's own showing, in the absence of a witness who according to defendant had refused to come, there ought to be a pos...
SMALL DEBTS COURT. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 16. (Before W. D. Campbell, P. H. Scott, and W. J. E. Wotton, Esquires.) [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 19 September 1874
SMALL DEBTS COURT. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 16. (Before W. D. Campbell, P. H. Scott, and W. J. E. Wotton, Esquires.) John Howarth v. James Hudson. Plaintiff sued to recover £5, the value of some scantling in the possession of defendant, which he refused to deliver. John Howarth deposed : Defendant and I were sawing together ; defendant sold £5 worth of scantling to Ralph Lowe, and he refuses to pay me my share of the price. By defendant : We agreed to cut 1000 feet of flooring boards and other cuttings for William Fogg. As plaintiff's case showed a partnership, in which no accounts had been rendered, the Court non-suited him. Thomas Reid v. John Howarth. Mr. Donovan for plaintiff. Plaintiff sued to recover the sum of £6 13s. 1d., excessive damages paid by him on 400 sheep im- pounded by defendant. Defendant pleaded not indebted, and a set-off amounting to £10. Thomas Reid gave evidence to the effect that he paid the sum sued for as pound fees for the trespass of plaintiff's sheep on def...
YASS QUARTER SESSIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 19 September 1874
YASS QUARTER SESSIONS. The Court of Quarter Sessions was opened before his Honor Judge M'Farland on Tuesday, and the business of the Court was completed on the same day. The following cases were disposed of :— &nbsp; John Harris, committed by the Burrowa Bench on a charge of larceny from the person was &nbsp; acquittcd. &nbsp; Julius Henry Pemmell, committed by the Yass Bench on a charge of stealing from a dwelling, was found guilty, and sentenced to three years' imprisonment. John Percival and William Randall, committed by the Burrowa Bench on a charge of sheep- stealing, were discharged at the suggestion of the Crown Prosecutor, and by the Judge's direction. Joseph Sawyer, committed by the Yass Bench on a charge of stealing sheep, the property of Mr. Gallagher, near Yass, was found guilty, and sentenced to five years' imprisonment. This concluded the business, and the Court adjourned.