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BURROWA COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 28. (Before W. J. E. Wotton, Esq.) [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 31 October 1874
BUBBOWA COUBT. OF PETTY SESSIONS. Wednesday, October 28. (Before W; J. E. Wotton, Esq..) Edward tfarcy pleaded guilty to a charge of having- been drunk and disorderly in Maraden etreet, on Tuesday morning, October 27th, and also to a charge of using obscene language upon 'that occasion. Sergeant Hitch explained the circumstances under which lie arrested prisoner, and as it appeared to' have been. a first offence, bis Worship dismissed the charge of drunkenness, and for using obscene language, inflicted a penalty of £1 and costs, or 24 hours imprisonment Michael Farrell pleaded not guilty to a charge of being drank and disorderly in Brial-street, onAh'^ evening of October 19th.- . , ' ' ' ' ' ' Constable Flyhn deposed : On the 19th of this month, about 10 o'clock at night, I heard defen dant making a great noise in Brial-street ; I told defendant that unless he went home quietly I should be obliged to put him in 'the lock-up, and a man named Valentine O'Hehir promised me .to take him...
TO PREVENT BLOTCHED BRANDS ON HORSES AND CATTLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 31 October 1874
TO PBEVENT BLOTCHED BRANDS ON HORSES AND CATTLE. ? The subjoined paragraph appeared in the Queens lander, of the 19th ultimo,' in reference to a circular issued by the Registrar of Brands, Bris bane, to each of the sheep .and cattle inspectors : in Queensland, requesting them to. make the information contained therein as widely known as possible, and as 'we -think it necessary to publish Jit^ would, recommend that staekowneis .. and others in the colony would take advantage of the suggestions proposed, which we consider very important. ' Complaints have frequently been made that - some of the letters and figures forming portions . of the brands issued under the Brands Act are liable to blotch. This is the case particularly with such letters and numerals as are formed by acute and right angles, . such, for instance, as A, B, E, K, P, Z, 3, 4, 7, &c.' It has long been known to some owners of large herds that blotch brands .can be effectually pre vented by filing down those por...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 31 October 1874
BLACKSHfTflS, HORSE-SHOERS, WHEELWRIGHTS, EESPECTFULTJY 'mtimate to the in- habitants of Burrowa and adjoining districts that they have commenced business in the premises formerly occupied by Mr. E. Jenkins, in Brial-street,. Burrowa; and in soliciting a share of public support can confidently state that.no effort mil be spared to afford full satisfaction to those who may patronise them... .-? Drays, Spring-Carts, &c, made to order, with wheels cpmppsed of the best ? Ironbark from Bargo. Eviery flescription of work will be charged : . : - for at moderate rateH. : -„:'.. Shoeing:— Saddle ; Horses*.,. I ? 6s. per set ; Draught Horses ? 7s. per set. «?' jNOJTE THE ADDRESS !— Brial-Street, jffear l&e. S&ustralian fflotel. Burrowa, October 1st, 1874, ,A. E. MIDDLETON, 'Stoofc^' Sfafion, &i-£ Geaertilt GQCimisstQa Agent, zbtt:r,:r.o-w.a.. Business connected with Selections and other ?lands -conducted through Mr. M. Fitz patrick, M.L.A., Sydney. s. egffnhng¥...
POST-OFFICE TIME-TABLE. ARRIVAL AND DESPATCH OF MAILS. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 31 October 1874
, — n ' . . . ' .; ,i ? . r.k POST-OFFICE TIME-TABLE. AKBjLVAt AND DESPATCH OF MAILS. . T' ABBIVAL8. From Yass & Tangmangaroo : On Tuesday, Wed nesday, Thursday, and Saturday, at 5-20 p.m. From Young and Marengo : On Thursday, Friday, and Sunday, a't 6 p.m- . From Dalton ana Bye Park : On Saturday, at 6 Frlb jfcid's Flat, via Phil's' Creek and HoveU's Creek : On Monday, at 5 p.m. . Departures. For Yass and Tangmangaroo : On Monday, Wed nesday, Friday, and Saturday, at 6*10 a.m. For Young & Marengo : On Wednesday, Thursday, and Saturday, at 5*40 p.m. For Bye Park and Dalton : On Friday, at 7 a.m. For .Beid's Flat, via Phil's Creek and Hovell's Creek : On Sunday, at 10 am. , . Money-orders issued daily, from 9 a.m. until 4 p.m. 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 — 7 November 1874
f% ^uiTofoa Hcto It published at the Office, Marnden street, Sttrroiea, every Saturday morning, in time for circulation ly the early Mails all over the Colony. .^ For Advertisements ihe following are the'eharges jJ£^ For the first inch or less of space, 3s. ; for every iabse quent inch or less of the same advertisement, it: 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.
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 7 November 1874
We submit to our readers in another column the Speech with which his Excellency Sir Hercules Robinson, opened the third session of the present Parliament of New South Wales. The speech, takeu, according to constitutional usage, as he tutterauce of the Governor's, responsible advisers, is unusually verbose and eminently unsatisfactory. It was neither the duty of the Governor, nor wise on the part of the Ministry, to express in its first paragraph the extreme reluctance with which the representatives of the people were invited to assemble; and the lecture which it administers to the Members of the. Assembly on the very unnecessary length to which they had frequently protracted their session, comes with a very bad grace from a Ministry in which men as obstructive in op position as Mr. Parlces and Mr. Farnell hold the most prominent positions. Of the few important measures which form the Ministerial programme, the Bill to Con solidate the Criminal Law, and the Bill to amend the present ...
AT THE POLICE OFFICE, GUNDAGAI, On Friday, 27th November, 1874. COUNTRY LOTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 7 November 1874
AT THE POLICE OFFICE, GUNDAGA1, On Friday, 27iA November, 1874. COUNTRY LOTS. Lot A, portion 80, 60 acres ; lot B, portion 81, 74 acres 2 roods ,— both in the county of Harden, parish of Cowcumbala, adjoining and near the western boundary of J. Fitzpatrick'a 320 acres, portion 5. 74-6,215. Lot C, portion 81, 22 acres 3 roods 39 perches, in county of Harden, parish of Cooney, adjoining the northern boundary of C. MacAleister's condi tional purchase of 50 acres, portion 80, and the western boundary of J. R. Mullany's conditional purchase of 40 acres, portion 49. 74-15,178. Lot D, portion 83, 32 acres 2 roods, in county of Harden, parish of Cooney, adjoining the northern & western boundaries of C. MacAieister'a conditional purchase of 40 acres, portion 82. 74-15,179. Exclusively of a road 1 chain wide. Lot E, portion 87, 68 acres 3 roods 29 perches, in the county of Harden, parish of Cooney, ad joining the northern boundaries of W. Man waring'6 conditional purchases, portions 5...
Latest Intelligence. SYDNEY—November 3, 3.11 P.M. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 7 November 1874
Ifaifgt Intelligence. (Fboji Messrs. Goedon and Gotch.) [by electeic telegraph.] SYDNEY— November 8, 8-11 p.m. ! His Excellency the Governor opened Par liament at noon to-day. The ceremony was grand, and the number x-f visitors immense. Twenty-seven members of the Legislative Assembly were present. . The Speech b unimportant. It congratu lates the .Legislature upon the continued prosperity of the colony, and promises an early dissolution of Parliament. It intimates that the Electoral Act Amendment Bill and Legislative Council Re-construction Bill will be re-introduced, and that measures will be submitted for Water Supply, and to amend the Criminal Law. It also refers to the annexation of- Fiji, and to the failure of the Pacific Mail Service. ? November 6, 6*10 p.m. In the Legislative Assembly, a Bill to amend. the Marriage Law and the Matri monial Causes Act has passed its second reading. The Electoral Act - Amendment Bill was introduced yesternight. Mr. Driver has been appointed Ch...
CROWN LAND SALES. AT THE POLICE OFFICE, YOUNG, On Friday, 27th November, 1874. COUNTRY LOTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 7 November 1874
CROWN LAND SA.IE8. AT THE POLICE OFFICE, 'SOUNG, 0n-Wrmitf,%7th November; itfL r CQuSTBy lots. . .;???-. Lot &,' portion J9, 40 acres, m the county of Bland,- parish o*Y«o Yeo.attheiiDrffi-eiittAcOTifor..^ of: water reserve No. 620. 74-1,641. : ' r* LolBj portion % 44 acres 1 rood, in the county of Mtffiteagle, parish of DananbilJa, adjclniiijg'tlie eastern boundary of W. J. Ground's. conditioiM purchase of 120 acres, portion 3. 74--10,78B.' \ ? Lot C, portion 125, 53 acres 3 roods, in: county of Harden, parish of Beggan Beggati.UetwBen D. Murphy s conditional purchases of 140 acres and 50 acres, portions 124 and 126, respecBvelV. 74-14,734. * ? Lot D, portion 127, 50 acres, in the counter of Harden, parish of Cullinga, adjoining the southern and western boundaries, respectively, : off I). Murphy's conditional purchases of .50 acres' each, portions 128 and 126. 74-14,734. Lot E, portion 94, 40 acres, in the county of Harden, parish of Wallendoon, on Connaughtman'B Creek, at ...
VICTORIAN SPRING MEETING. [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 7 November 1874
VICTORIAN SPRING MEETING. [by electric telegraph.] First Day — Satdhdat, October 81. The Melbourne Stakes. — Dagworth, 1 ; Haricot, 2 ; King of the Ring, 3. The Hotham Handicap was won easily by Newbold. The Maribyrnong Plate. — Maid of all Work, 1 ; Richmond, 2. The Victorian Derby .—Melbourne, 1 ; Stockbridge, 2. Second Day — Thursday, Nov. 5. The Maiden Plate. — Scanmag, 1 ; King Philip! 2 ; Menindie, 3. The Railway Stakes. — Stockbridge, 1 ; Polidori, 2. Won easily. The Kensington Stakes.— Richmond, 1 ; Fraternite, 2 ; Manuka Colt, 3. The Melbourne Cup.— Haricot, 1 ; Protos, 2 ; The Diver, 3. The Hurdle Race. — Flambeaux, 1 ; Welsh man, 2 ; Gameboy, 8. The Darling Stakes.— Sunbeam, 1 ; Pan dora, 2. Third Day— Frid&y, Nov. 6. The Hoyal Park Stakes.— Dagwortb, 1; Goldsbrough, 2 ; Protos, 3. Tbe Flying Stakes.— Spring Blossom Colt, 1 ; Farceaux, 2 ; Speculation, 8. The Oaks.— Gaslight, 1 ; Neredah, 2.
PADDOCKING SHEEP VERSUS SHEPHERDING. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 7 November 1874
PADDbcKiN&VSHBEB .VERSUS SHEPHERDING. The tfollowjngj communication -appeared in .the Tovm and Country Journal of 31st ult. : — -? Siitf— There is one 'portion; «f Mr. BmceVable' report upon the stock of 'the colony, on ?which I rattier-aiffer 'from his conclusions, and think I can offer some, remarks that will be useful. ; His Teport .is altogether favourable as to the advantages yf. *addbck5ng -Bheep. Also I have seen'mucn in. tne newspapers xmnng-some iime past giving 'bnljr:the: favourable .side of that, system. Some experience Thave had has Bh'own me that there is a very, different side to the story; arid that in some localities, and under some circumstances, a change from shepherding to pad docking, may .be altogether disastrous. For instance, in .districts where it has not been tried before, I consider such a change as an 'experi- ment,' and only to be made gradually, with caution; unless, indeed, the experimenter can afford a heavy loss. , In & district where...
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 7 November 1874
Conditional Purciia6ES Burrowa District. — At the local Land Office, on Thursday last, the following conditional purchases were made : — Parish of Mylora — James Bray Garry, 12 acres (additional area on measurement). Parish of Gegullalong — John Ovens, 320 acres. Parish of Illalong — -James Kelly, 220 acres. Parish of Bob bara— Charles M'Carty, two lots of 120 and 200 acres respectively. Parish of Douglas — Terence Cusack, two lots of 60 and 40 acres respectively. Parish of Galong — John Breen. 40 acres. Serious Accident. — On Tuesday afternoon last, Mr. Spencer P. Phillips, much esteemed in this neighbourhood as the accountant in the Bur rowa branch of the Bank of New South Wales, met with a severe fall. Riding quickly across the recreation ground in the middle of the township, his horse fell, and Mr. Phillips was thrown to the ground with great force. The principal injuries sustained were in the face. Under assiduous medical attendance, we are glad to learn that he is rapidly impr...
SIR HERCULES ROBINSON IN FIJI. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 7 November 1874
SIR HEBCULES ROBINSON IN FIJI. (From the Sydney SerflleLJ The following are notes of a meeting between his Excellency ^iir-HereuleB Robinson and the Vnni Valu and Chiefs, at Dryimba, on Thursday, 15th October,* 1874, at 3.p.m. 1-^ ' 'His Excellency Sir HerculeB Robinson, accom panied by Commodore Goodenongh and the Hon. J. G: L. Innes, and by Sir. Wilkinson, the chief interpreter of the Government, proceened-iy .ap-. pointment to pay a tareweu visit to lnaiiomoau and the other chiefs. Sir Hercules Robinson was received by the Vuni Valu, Maafu, and all the other chiefs who signed the cession, except Ratu Epeli, who had been obliged to leave for Ban, and Ieikeli was also absent on duty. Upon being seated, ' Sir Hercules Robinson said : Vuni Valu and chiefs, — As I leave . to-morrow morning for Sydney, I have come here to-day to bid you all farewell. I have been much struck by the beauty and fertility of the islands, and I trust I may have an opportunity of revisiting you on some futur...
HOW TO DEAL WITH SNAKE BITES. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 7 November 1874
HOW TO DEAL WITH SNAKE BITE8. The first thing to be done when a person is bitten by a snake (if it is on a limb) is to constrict the |imb as tight as possible above the point where the bite is, that is between the point bitten and the body, the object of this is to prevent the blood which has been poisoned from reaching the ieart This having been done the point bitten should be pinched up with the fingers and cut out with a sharp knife, taking away a portion of flesh about half an inch deep and about the same distance beyond the circumference of the bite, and the wound should then be sucked (caution being taken that the person sucking the wound has no sores about the mouth or lips). If this cannot be accomplished, and there is a small tumbler or wine-glass at hand, the part 6hould be cupped, if it is in a position to allow of the cnpping-glaaB being applied. This operation is easily performed', by lighting a little bit of paper, and putting- it when alight under the reversed glass, ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 7 November 1874
STOEEKEEPBR. * FULL ASSORTMENT OF 'SitdDERY, 4 %'-':^-7.'- ViillOY GOODS, BOOTS, 4o., 4o., At the Oldest Established Store in Burrowa. Janegtfa, 1874. ? THE ROYAL HOTEL, BtTBBOWA. PROPRIETOE. First-GSass ^ccoiamodatLOQ for Travellers & ©tlters. SPIRITS, ALBS, WINfcS, LIQUEUBS, 4o., OP THE BEST QUALITr. Good and Commodious Stabling. TO LANDED PROPRIETORS, FREE-SELECTORS, AND OTHEES. MR. W. S.^U AIL, C.E., AND LAND SUBVEYOE, HAVING visited Burrowa, desires to inform the above that he is now pre pared to effect Accurate Surveys of every description ; and as his stay will be very limited, he particularly requests all who have land to measure to communicate at once with himself i or with Mr. D. J. O'NEILL, Com mercial Hotel, Burrowa. July 24th, 1874. MORMON. ®E38m MORMON. TO STAND THIS SEASON, AT KALANGAN, THE THOROUGHBRED STALLION, MORMON is by Premier, out of Delaware Girl, by Delapre, by Defence, out of Fortress, dam of Pyrrhus the First, winner of the great Epsom Derby. Pyrrh...
POST-OFFICE TIME-TABLE. ARRIVAL AND DESPATCH OF MAILS. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 7 November 1874
POST-OfiFICE TIME-TABLE. ABBIVAIi 'jUS.D DESPATCH OF MAILS. Abbivalb. From Yase & Tangmangaroo : On Tuesday, Wed nesday, ^ursday, and Saturdayy^t £-20 p^^^ From Young and 4farengq : On Thursday, Friday,- ^andSundBy^at«^.m^ ?*,-? x ; . From Dalton and ilyePprki On Saturday, at 6 - p,m. ? ?' ?'.';'? '^ ? ?:?' v' ???-??. From Reid's Flat, via . Phil's Creek and'Hovell's Greek : On Monday, at 5 p.m. : Departures. For Yassand Tangmangaroo; On Monday, Wed nesday, Friday, and Saturday, at 610 a.m. For Young & Marengo : On Wednesday, Thurs&y,' . and Saturday, at 5*40 p.m. For Eye Park and Dalton : On Friday, at 7 a.ia. Fo'r'Seid's Flat, via .Phil's Creek and Hovell's Crepk : --n Sunday^ at 10 a.m. Money-orders issued daily, .from 9 a.m. until 4 p.m. '? . - ? ?? ; ? ? ? On Sunday the Office will be open between the hours of 1 p.m. &n& 2 p:m., for delivery only;