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WEEKLY CALENDAR Full Moon—Sept. 26th—at 8.11 a.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 26 September 1874
WEEKLY CALENDAR Full Moon—Sept. 26th—at 8·11 a.m. &nbsp; Day of month Day of week. &nbsp; &nbsp; REMARKABLE EVENTS. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Sun rises. Sun sets. H. M. H. M. 27 S 17th Sunday after Trinity. 5 45 5 57 28 M King George's Sound dis., 1791 5 44 5 58 29 Tu Michaelmas Day 5 43 5 59 30 W 5 41 5 59 1 Th Steam Navi. on Murray, 1853 5 40 6 0 2 F Sebastopol besieged, 1854 5 39 6 1 3 S 5 37 6 2
latest Intelligence. SYDNEY—SEPT. 24, 1010 A.M. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 26 September 1874
Latest Intelligence. (FROM MESSRS. GORDON AND GOTCH.) [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] SYDNEY—SEPT. 24, 10·10 A.M. &nbsp; The Californian Mail-steamer Macgregor arrived at 10 o'clock yesternight. She was detained two days at San Francisco, awaiting the arrival of the English Mails, and encoun- tered fearful gales and tremendous seas during her passage to this port. SEPTEMBER 25TH, 5-20 P.M. Messrs. Willis and Lloyd, merchants, have called a meeting of their creditors. Mr. Edward Ramsay has been appointed Curator of the Museum. A difference of opinion exists between the Cabinet and the Chief-Justice respecting the &nbsp; non-appointment of an Acting - Governor during the absence of his Excellency Sir Hercules Robinson. Messrs. Vogel and Russell (from New Zea- land) arrived in the Mail-steamer Macgregor, and intend interviewing Mr. Parkes to-day with reference to the Califomian Mail Service. Telegraphic communication is interrupted between Saigon and Hongkong. There is great e...
BURROWA COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS. WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 23. (Before W. J. E. Wotton, Esq.) [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 26 September 1874
BURROWA COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS. WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 23. (Before W. J. E. Wotton, Esq.) Regina v. Michael Sheedy, junr. Sergeant Hitch deposed ; Yesterday I appre- hended the prisoner, Michael Sheedy, near the Burrowa River, about five miles from the town, by virtue of a warrant, which charged him with feloniously stealing and taking away an iron-grey mare, branded T over P (reversed) over D over a cross on near rump, the property of one William Cassells, of the Red Lagoon ; I read the warrant to him, and in answer to the charge he replied, " We will see about it ;" I brought him into Burrowa, and confined him in the lock-up ; I now pray for a remand for eight days, for the produc- tion of evidence. Prisoner was remanded accordingly. CONDITIONAL PURCHASES, BURROWA DISTRICT.— &nbsp; At the local Land Office, on Thursday last, the following conditional purchases were made :— Parish of Yundoo—John Moloney, 40 acres. &nbsp; &nbsp; Parish of Bobbara—John Patrick Ryan...
DISTRICT COURT, BURROWA. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 26 September 1874
DISTRICT COURT, BURROWA. ON Monday last, at 10 o'clock a.m., this Court was opened before His Honor Judge M'Farland, The result of the cases disposed of was as follows :— Slander. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; William and Mary Maher v. William and Sarah Steele ; slander, £200. &nbsp; On this (the first), case being called, Mr. Donovan, the attorney for plaintiffs, requested that the case might be heard at a later period of the day, as neither plaintiffs nor defendants, nor their witnesses, nor defendant's attorney, were in attendance, having been delayed by the flood in the Burrowa River, which compelled the litigants to come round by the bridge. &nbsp; At a later stage of the proceedings, at the request of Mr. Windeyer (the attorney for the defendants), who had now arrived, and in the continued absence of both plaintiffs and defen- dants—who, it was understood, had met with &nbsp; &nbsp; casualties on the road, which prevented their at...
MURRUMBURRAH. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 26 September 1874
MURRUMBURRAH. (From our own Correspondent.) At the Police Court, to-day (September 25), the following cases were disposed of by Messrs. G. O'M. Clarke and D. H. Campbell :— John Poole, alias John Montague, charged with obtaining money by means of a valueless cheque, was remanded to Gulgong. John Gardiner, for disobedience of summons, in which he was charged with using obscene lan- guage, was fined 10s. and costs ; in default, 48 hours' confinement in the lock-up. John Heydon, charged with drunkenness, did not appear ; and his bail was estreated. Mary Clarke v. Thomas Coupland ; a claim for wages. Settled out of Court. Mary Noonan v. Thos. McGlynn.. This was a claim for the support of an illegitimate child. Mr. Gordon for plaintiff ; Mr. Russell for defen- dant. Case dismissed. William Alton, for using obscene language, was fined £1 and costs ; and for being drunk and dis- orderly, 5s. and costs. William Wilson, charged with assaulting James Merryman, was ordered to pay costs of Cour...
LATEST INTELLIGENCE. REUTER's TELEGRAMS TO AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATED PRESS. LONDON— SEPTEMBER 19. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 26 September 1874
LATEST INTELLIGENCE. REUTER'S TELEGRAMS TO AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATED PRESS. LONDON— SEPTEMBER 19. The Carhst organs allege that the Czar of Russia has written a letter to Don Carlos, in which his Imperial Majesty expresses sympathy with the cause of the latter. PARIS— SEPTEMBER 19. President MacMahon has returned to Paris from his tour in the Northern Departments, where he was cordially received. The Germans have expelled several Danes from Schleswig-Holstein. The trial of the supposed accomplices in the escape of ex-Marshal Bazaine from the Ile St. Marguerite has terminated. The governor is acquitted. Villette and Plantin received a sen- tence of six months' imprisonment, and two others have received slight sentences. Information has been received that the " insur- gents" at New Orleans have submitted to the con- stituted authority, and Mr. Kellogg has been reinstated as Governor of that State. The rumoured appointment of Mr. George Berkeley as governor of Western Australia has been co...
FNGLISH LAIL NEWS VIA SUEZ. (From S.M. Herald.) LONDON, AUGUST 7. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 26 September 1874
FNGLISH LAIL NEWS VIA SUEZ. &nbsp; (From S. M. Herald.) &nbsp; LONDON, AUGUST 7. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Means of preventing the vine pest, phylloxera vastatrix, have been found in spreading a layer of fine sand on the ground round the stems of the &nbsp; plants. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; John Mitchel, who escaped from penal servi- tude in Australia, has reached Ireland from the United states. He declines all demonstrations, &nbsp; and is accompanied by his daughter. A writ of habeas for the release of Orton was applied for before two Courts by Mr Cobbett and &nbsp; peremptorily refused. Sir Bartle Frere has been presented with the &nbsp; freedom of the City of London, in recognition of his great services in India and Africa. A new township, called the Shaftesbury Park &nbsp; estate, n...
STOCK AND STATION REPORT. [MESSRS. REMMINGTON AND STEPHEN'S REPORT.] [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 26 September 1874
STOCK AND STATION REPORT. [MESSRS. REMMINGTON AND STEPHEN'S REPORT.] Fat Cattle : Still none to hand, whilst the local butchers are badly in want of beef. We could easily dispose of 100 head of prime at even over 21s. per 100. Store Cattle : No transactions to report during the past week, as we have preferred not attempt- ing any sales till next Saturday, when we shall yard some 300 head. The grass is coming on well, and all stock begins to look better. We quote—Bullocks, £5 5s. to £6 5s. ; steers, £4 10s. ; &nbsp; milch cows and springers, from £7 to £9 9s. ; heifers, £4 10s. to £5. Fat Sheep : None offering. We could place a few at 17s. for 60-lb. wethers, and for 50-lb., 12s. 6d. Store Sheep : We sold a small flock of good wethers to Mr. McCallum at 11s. per head, but there is little doing, and we are scarcely justified in making any quotation. Horses : At our sale on Saturday we disposed of some fair hacks, (Mr. Allman's) at from £3 to £7 10s. ; some horses to Mr. Sheeke...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 26 September 1874
REGISTRATION OF DOGS. PRINTED FORMS can be purchased at the " Burrowa News " Office. Price, 3d. each. ST. PATRICK'S NEW CATHOLIC CHURCH, BURROWA. PRELIMINARY NOTICE. GRAND BAZAAR AND BRUCE AUCTION, IN AID OF THE FUNDS FOR THE ERECTION OF THE ABOVE CHURCH, WILL BE HELD IN A FEW MONTHS' TIME. Subscriptions and Donations are respectfully solicited. J. DUNNE, C.C. St. Patrick's Presbytery, Burrowa, September 25th, 1874. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. ST. JOHN'S, BURROWA. ON SUNDAY NEXT there will be Divine Service in the above Church, at 11 in &nbsp; the Morning, when the REV. F. R. SEABORN, of Young, will officiate ; and the Offertory Collection will be devoted in aid of the Funds of the Diocesan Church Society of Goulburn. &nbsp; Wanted, TWO GOOD SHEPHERDS. Apply to MICHAEL GROGAN, Tangmangaroo. BAYLY RAMS THE Undersigned has for SALE SEVEN HUNDRED RAMS, equal to any in the Mudgee district. Can be inspected within four miles of Burrowa. Purchasers would do well to inspect before s...
IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 26 September 1874
IMPOUNDINGS. COWRA.—Impounded at Cowra, on September &nbsp; &nbsp; 12th, from Coota Creek, by Mr. A. O'Neill :— Roan bull, tops sawn off both horns, broken-in, indistinct brand over like B over J near rump, aged. Also, on the same date, from Jerula, by George Campbell, Esq., J.P. :— Bay mare, near hind foot white, star in fore- head, shod all round, like D over J near shoul- der, 4 years, 15 hands. Also, on September 17th, from his paddock, by Mr. N. Challacombe :— Grey horse, a little flea-bitten, three shoes on, sore back, like HA conjoined near shoulder, broken in, aged, 15 hands. Dark bay or brown horse, star in forehead, broken down off fore leg, like S over like TR. over like C near shoulder, like S near thigh, broken in, aged, 14½ hands. To be sold on October 8th. GRENFELL,—Impounded at Grenfell, on the 8th of Sept., from Sandy Creek, by Mr. G. Glass :— &nbsp; Brown pony, — over F over 2 over 2 near shoulder, saddle-marked, aged, 13 hands. On same date...
COMMERCIAL. BURROWA PRICES CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 26 September 1874
COMMERCIAL. BURROWA PRICES CURRENT. Flour, fine, £12 per ton, or £1 6s. per bag. Ditto, seconds, £11 per ton. Bran, £2 10s. per ton. Wheat, 3s. 9d. to 4s. per bushel. Maize, 3s. 9d. to 4s. per bushel. Oats, 3s. per bushel. Barley, 3s. per bushel. Hay, £3 10s. to £4 per ton Cheese, 6d. per lb. Butter, 1s. per lb. Bacon, 6d. per lb. Eggs, 1s. per dozen. &nbsp; Potatoes, 5s. per cwt. Sheepskins, 4d. to 6d. per lb. Hides, 3d. per lb. Sawn Timber (delivered), 15s. per 100 feet Wattle bark, £3 10s. per ton.
ADMINISTRATION OF THE LAND LAW. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 26 September 1874
ADMINISTRATION OF THE LAND LAW. No. V. (From the Sydney Mail.) &nbsp; &nbsp; NOT the least interesting evidence taken before &nbsp; the Select Committee on the Land question is &nbsp; that which relates to the disposal of the public estate by auction. It is the more significant &nbsp; when the positions of the various witnesses are &nbsp; remembered. Some, obvious defects are indi- cated, and as a whole the statements made suggest the importance of not allowing undue weight to opinions warped by considerations which are narrow and perhaps selfish. Mr. Hay says that within the last twelve months &nbsp; applications to buy land at auction have very much increased. Applicants cannot apply for &nbsp; more than 320 acres in one lot. Purchasers at auction have the same right of pre-emption of grazing right that the conditional purchaser has. The sales of large areas are not sufficiently adver- tised ; and there are complaints...
RESERVE FROM SALE FOR CROSSING-PLACE Lachlan District. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 3 October 1874
RESERVE FEOM SALE FOE CBOSSIKG-PLACE. Lachlan District. No. 689. County of Waljeers, parish of Cor rong, Lachlan River, 8J acres. The Crown Lands ? within the following boundaries : Commencing ? on the Lachlan River at the eastern corner of portion 14, and bounded thence on the east by a I line north about 4 chains ; on the north by a line dividing it from part of portion 15 bearing east 10 chains ; on the east by a line dividing it from portion 15 aforesaid bearing south 8 chains 30 links to the Lachlan River ; and thence on the east, on the south, and on the west by that river, downward?, to the point of commencement. [Ms. 74-6,227.]
RESERVE FROM SALE ON ACCOUNT OF ROAD CROSSING. Lachlan District. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 3 October 1874
EESERVE FEOJI SALE ON ACCOUNT OF 'ROAD CEOSSING. Lachlan District. No. 688. County of Forbes, parishes of Mulyan and Merriganowry, at the confluence of Kooro watha Creek to the Lachlan River, containing 116 acres. The Crown Lands within the following boundaries : Commencing at the aforesaid con fluence, and bounded on tlie east by tuat creek upwards to the western corner of B. W. Wool rych's 226 acres conditional purcliase, portion 1, parish- -of Mulyan ; thence by the road forming the south-western boundary of that land and W. Hood's 1C5 acres conditional purchase, south easterly to the northern corner of portion 18, parish of Mulyan ; on the south-east by part of that boundary south-westerly to the eastern corner of portion 152 ; on the' south-west by the north-eastern boundary of that portion bearing north-westerly to Koorowatha Creek ; and thence by that creek to the west boundary of J. Paton's conditional purchase, 260 acres, portion 2, parish of Merriganowry ; thence on the we...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 3 October 1874
CHURCH OF ENGLAND. ST. JOHN'S, BURROWA. ON SUNDAY NEXT there will be NO SERVICE in the above Church. ALBION CRICKET CLUB. TI/TEMBERS of the above Club are re i-V-L quested to attend a MEETING on SATURDAY Next, at i p.m., at the Austra lian Hotel. SPENCER P. PHILLIPS, Hon. Sec. Burrowa, October let. Shearing WILL COMlffiicE at NARRAWA, Fish River, on the 12th lust. ; and Sheep-washing on the 7th. ' GIBSON BROS. October 1st, 1874. * HAY & CORN STORE. THOMAS MEEHAN T- ESPECTFULLY informs the inhabi XL tants of Burrowa and the public generally that he has opened AND GENERAL PRODUCE STORE in his new premises in Brial-street, and iu soliciting patronage confidently assares his customers that his Stock will be found of the very best description, and his charges more moderate than have hitherto ruled in Burrowa. IN ADDITION TO HIS OWN STABLES, Having also. leased from Mr. Bebnston those of the ?A.TJ-STR.A.IjI-A.nsr KCOTIEIi. he assures his patrons that horses placed with him at live...
IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 3 October 1874
IMPOUNDINGS. Gunning. — Impounded at Gunning, on the 24th of September, 1874, from Piercefield, hy Mr. A. Bush : — ? Brown mare, star, saddle-marked, a near shoul der, 8 years, 15£ hands. Also, on the 25th, from Frankfield Creek, by Mr. P. Burns :— Grey mare, hind feet white, c-i over J over MS over A near shoulder, 6 years, 15 hands. Grey colt, star, near hind and fore feet white, like J or j and illegible brand near shoulder, 2 years. To be sold on October 15th.
RESERVE FROM SALE FOR PUBLIC SCHOOL PURPOSES. Lachlan District. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 3 October 1874
RESERVE FEOM SALE FOR PUBLIC SCHOOL PUEPOSES. Lachlan District. No. 692. County of Harden, parish of Demon drille, portion 64, 2 acres. The Crown Lands jwithinihefollowiugboundaries : Commencing at the north-east corner of portion 63, and bounded fin the north by a line bearing east 4 chains 47 links-; on the east by a line bearing south 4 chains 48 links ; on the south by a line bearing ?west 4'r;hains 48 links ; on the west by the east boundary of portion 63, bearing north 4 chains 48 links' to the point of commencement. [Ms. 73-3,159.]
RESERVES. RESERVES FROM SALE FOR WATER-SUPPLY. Lachlan District. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 3 October 1874
BE SERVES. ^mMUMiJGMiM^ * bbseevbb' raoM sale job ?wateb-s&ppESTC Lachlan District ? ~ No. 679. -toimty ofj'orbes^^sh of^emga^ nowry, No. 409, wetifcriyf -M^sM, M5 a&e£I Crown Lands within the following boundaries : Commencing on the south bounclarjrofrPrSirtley'B' boundary and its westerly prolongation, bearing;; west in all 52 chains ; on the west by a line south' 28 chains ; on the south by a line *a6t 52 chains f and on the east by the west boundafVcff Reserve 409 aforesawlj.fbearing; npsth 2g chains -to jtUe point of commencement.' '-'?':?? -J - '??' &**? FH^ftft'l ? f;i- n '??-/ r-. r r 'Tinrr NoSmLQjomty til Eoibfea, pariBh of Gbolob gong, 120 acreB. The Crown Lands within_the following boundaries : CommencIi5g;aFth'e~6bulh-' west corner of portion 40, parish of ..fiooloogong ; and bounded on the east by aline south- 2 miles; on the ?Bouth; by 3, line w;est to its intersection with the southerly prolongation of the west boundary of portion 41, reserved...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 3 October 1874
AGENTS. rriHE following gentlemen have consented JL to act ias Agents, for the ' BUEEOWA . JIE WS,' and will receive all Moneys due to , the Proprietor, Subscribers' Names, and Orders for Advertisements : — ? . Cobtamnndra — Mr. Michael Mttllaly. Murramburrah — Mr. Cqables J. Dillon. . Graham — Mr. Edwabd Kerb. : Eeid's Flat — Mr. Chbistopheb O'Leaby. .; gATURDAY, OCTOBEE 8bd, 1874.
COMMERCIAL. BURROWA PRICES CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 3 October 1874
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