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Latest Intelligence. SYDNEY—NOVEMBER 13, 5.50 P.M. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 14 November 1874
jttfe^ V- (Fbom Messrs. Gordon and Gotch.) [BY ELEOTBIO TELEGRAPH.] 6YDNEY— Novembee 18, fi-SQ p.m. ^ In the Legislative Assembly, Mr. Allen's motion lo confer a gratuity on Sir Alfred Stephen was lost by a majority of four. The Treasurer's Financial Statement will be delivered on Thursday next. - Mir. Alfred Sandeman has Jbeen appointed an Official Assignee in tbe Insolvency Court. McCallum baB been sentenced to death for the; mufder 'of Burns.: ' - — A great fire has taken place at Bpurke, by which tlie Telegraph-office and other build ings were destroyed. The steamer CyphreneB, with the English Mails, left San Francisco on the 10th iuet. ' Thirty parents have been fined in Mel bourne for neglecting to send their children to school, The total amount of Border Duties .col lected during the past 10 months has been £51,700. Dr. Erefft, late Curator of the Sydney Museum, has commenced an action against tbe Trustees for forcibly ejecting him from that buildiug. Damages are laid at £600...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 14 November 1874
%\t §UlT0foH UcfoS Is puliUliei at llic Office, Martien-sUreet) Uurrowa, every Saturday morning, in lime for circulation ly the early Mails all over flic Colony. Terms of Subscription : — Wlien paid in advance for 3 months, 5s. ; if looked, 6s. Single copies, 6d. All accounts are rendered quarterly, and prompt settlement is requested. For Advertisements the following are the charges : — For the first inch or less of space, 3s. ; for every subse- M quent inch or less of ihe 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.
PARLIAMENT OF NEW SOUTH WALES. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 10. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 14 November 1874
PARLIAMENT OF NEW SOUTH WALES. Tuesday, Noveiiser 10. In the Legislative Assembly, — Mr. Parkes brought up tbe Electoral Act Amendment Bill, winch was read a first time, and its second reading was fisted for this day week. Mr. Parkes ,gay|- notice that he would to-day ask the House to go into committee to consider tlie introduction of a bill to provide a better supply of water for the city of Sydney and suburbs. . \^_^j* It was resolved, on the motion of Mr. -Nelson, ' to go into committee on Friday, to consider the introduction of' a Bill to make better regulation jortfhe registration and keeping- of does. Mr. Baker moved that, in tbe opinion of the House, tbe regulations relating- to mineral leases, as well as those for gold mining leases, made under and in pursauce of the Mining Act of 1874, were as a whole most injudicious and calculated to fetter mining enterprise, and therefore required immediate alteration. He explained the origin of the system of leasing lands for mining pur...
BURROWA COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 11. (Before P. H. Scott and G. Eason, Esquires.) [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 14 November 1874
BURROWA COtmr £FiPETTY SESSIONS. (Before P. EL Scott aud G. Eason, Esquires.) ? John Hayes appeared tor answer a charge of allowing drunkenness in bis licensed . public house. ??/.' '.':'? '?.'?*:.?,:?. -.::-;- ?? ' '? '' ' ..f :? . V ' Sergeant Hitch deposed . i I am a; sergeant of police stationed at Burrowa ; on Sunday, the 18th ol iaBt montii, about 7 p.m., I was at me police office, and beard very loud talking in tbe direction of defendant'* house ; I proceeded there, in com pany with constable Flynn, and found some men singing in a place used as a kitchen on tbe pre mises ; I went round to the front of the house and saw six-w seven people in the bar drinking, some of whom w^re intoxicated ; I saw one man fall on the floor ; defendant and his wife were both behind the bar; the drinking and noise lasted from 7 o'clock to 10 ; there wan no fighting going on.' ''':. . . ' ' '' Defendant was fined 10s. and costs. Breach of the Publican's Act. ? David Bernaton appeared to answer tbe...
FARMING IN SOUTH AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 14 November 1874
FARMING IN SOUTH AUSTRALIA. The Melbourne Leader's ' Travelling Reporter ' writes as follows : — Leaving Gawlcr by the first of three trains starting at 8*30, 12*30, and G'35, Eapunda, distant from Gawler twenty-three miles, antLErom Ade laide forty-eight, is reached by half-past 9 o'clock, passing on the way the agricultural villages of Roseworthy, Freeling, and lord's, at which places there are railway stations. At Roseworthy, the Kapunda railway leaves the 1IU1 tllUlllj Ul JJllLiU, I1UU, ttllU CUIKUD 1UIU IJ1U north-east — or, more correctly speaking, the Burra line leaves the Eapunda, as the latter was tho ' earlier constructed. The country passed through consists of open plains of red clayey loam, en tirely occupied by wheat farms of considerable size, indifferently fenced with wire, and showing here a field with a promising crop, there one lying untilled and bearing a luxuriant coat of weeds, and further along one ploughed up and lying fallow. Occasionally a field is passed in...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 14 November 1874
HURRUHBURRAH, JOHNBILLON BEGS tp return' Shanks . to Mb numerous friends and- Customers for the liberal patronage they 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 and SPIRITS are kept, and are purchased from some of the best importing houses in Sydney. Private Suites of Booms for Families, and superior accommodation foi Commercial Travellers. The Stables are under the management of an experienced and steady Groom. BOOKING OFFICE For Mr. JAMES ROBERTS'S Line of Boyal Mail Coaches between Yass and Young. Also, GOBB A CO.'S Boyal Mail Booking Office for Wagga Wagga. ALLT %- CO., WINE & SPIRIT MERCHANTS, 143, PITTSTEEET, [Opposite Vickery's Buildings,] N.B. ? Country Orders executed with punctuality and ...
POST-OFFICE TIME-TABLE. ARRIVAL AND DESPATCH OF MAILS. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 14 November 1874
^6iST.OFPli-E MME-yABLE. ASEIVAC AND BSSPiTOH OF MAILS, ' j '? ? ^ rAfiBivAts. ; ?-',-. ..??'-.?''.'. From Yass £ Taugmangarop i On Tuesday, Wed ,«ea-iiiy, Tliuradaj^jand Saturday, $t Jj-20 p.m. From ¥oungindiaarerigo': ^n*Thiir6day;:T1riday, tma^undaj^Vaib6a4n.k - -, i v '? ' Frbm^aHonana^Ryef'nVkVOi i Saturday, at 6 . p.m. ? - ,4 ?? '.'.'?. '-,';- ?:'-. ? ? :?. -?; From Reid's Flai^vid ^PhiVa Creek and Hovell's Creek : On Monday, at 5 p.m. . pEPAETDEBS. For Yass and Tanginangaroo : On Monday, Wed nesday, Friday, and Saturday, atjfHO a.m. For Young &Marengo: On WedneBd/y, Thursday,' and Saturday, at 5-40 p.m. , For Bye Park and Dalton : On Friday, at 7 a.m. For 31eia's^FJat vU Phil's ^Oreek' and HoveH's Creeiki pn Snndayj atilpaii; ; ; . Money-orders issued -dayr, rfrom 9 a.m. until 4 p.m. ; ?? ...-?? .... .'...? T: .- ' . . - ? . On Sunday the Office will be open between' the hours of 1 p.m. and 2 p.m., for.delivery only.
UNDEFINED PRE-EMPTIVE LEASES. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 14 November 1874
UNDEFINED PRE-EMPTIVE LEASES. Tiie claims for pre-emptive leases of the under mentioned persons have been approved, subject to the conditions set forth in the Regulations of 1st November, 18G1. ' Applicants are reminded that the rents of the lands in question for the year commencing: on the 1st of January, 1875, must be paid to the Agent for tbe Sale of Crown Lands of the district in which they are situated, or to tbe Treasurer in Sydney, within two months from this date — 10th November, 1874. The Tent of leases is at the rate of £1 per. lot per annum for all lots not exceeding 320 acres, and at the rate of £2 per section for all lots above that area: Tlie sums liereunder shown are those which must therefore be paid for the lota. Tlie reuewal'of rent for 1876 of any of these leases mu6t be paid iu tbe month of September next. District of Burrowa. John Cass, Burrowa, 270 acres, in tbe county of Harden, parish or ?Douglass ; rent, iil. Mary O'Hare, Yass, 480 acres, in the county of Ha...
THE TALKED OF ANNEXATION OF RIVERINA. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 14 November 1874
TIIE TALKED-OF ANNEXATION OF RIVERINA. TnE Albury Banner of Saturday contains a lengthy leading article on the talked-of annex ation of Riverina with Victoria, and the feder ation of the Australian colonies ; and from it we extract the following: — 'Notwithstanding the strength of the commercial relations betwixt Riverina and Victoria, there is not the slightest desire on the part of the former for any political connection; Sydney is not loved, but its rule is preferred to that of Melbourne, with all its ad vantages of geographical position, and were a plebiscite to be taken the vote would be dead against annexation. Nor is the cause of this far to seek. New South Wales acts unjustly towards Riverina, but the injustice partakes more of neglect than of active interference. Land and other revenue is withdrawn to improve and adorn the Northern metropolis, to the neglect of roads and bridges, but on the other hand the yoke of the Government is easy and the burden is light, while there i...
THE EXPLORATIONS OF MR. FORREST. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 21 November 1874
THE EXPLOBATioNSt)l?JMB. FOBBEST. . /Froniilie South^Australian Heouler.) : FaoM'ilie ielegrai^Swliich 'Mr. ForreBt was so good as to forward to the Adelaide journals on 'his arrival at the vPeaire, we were able to report' the leading focts and results of his exploration; mi Ijj ? *Jie ;$cwrife^a$uli which hejhasiupplied m ampler particulars we can sow- .give a'lriore detailed account of $»e, journey. ,33ie party conf jsisteftiS Mr. John fifcrrefii, leader ; Mr. Alexander Forrest, second in command; trooper James 'Kennedy jjfames S)j»eneys farrier ; aboriginals, Tommy., ? Wihdich v jmember ol Mr. Forrest's expeqiuon .uy ^yres iracKj ana x-ierre. ? mey ? tobk twenty-one horses, and left Champion Bay ' on the 1st April, and travelled in a northerly direction to the Murchison, which was reached in ' frbout seventy miles. This fine river was followed ' up till the furthest sheep-station was passed on the 18th April, and Mount Hale, the most distant ? point known, was the camping-place o...
PARLIAMENT OF NEW SOUTH WALES. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 11. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 21 November 1874
Wi^0^]M^^&^MMm. ??: I -r^M^:^BrMmmi^mmii^ VIC ;? Ks^^sagre^^rinMi^ ;m6Hon»|. Mr,. Fairfjx,' ? 'U-at 'there'*e'-liid on the-^tablc o£3M&'House aj -ietnriaj iihowing^i^SPiBflames of ;i?ubhe gchopls - , atwjhich clergymen have attended to giye.repecM !; religious instruction, during the yi3arsfjl8.72/.and: 1873,'in acfcordaneeisyith section IP «f the Public ? ScTicioTb vA^idf 18J6. , 2.;f5Hierfla'mes of-such; clergjinen, eud Uie deuominatioii to wliick each} belongs, who availed themselves of the above provision during the years 1872 and 1873. In die Legislative Assembly,— Mr.AUen inoyed-that the House would go into; J :?? ConunittiBeV pn: the following day to consider the propriety of introducing a Bill to confer a gratuity . upon the late^Gluef Justice, Sir 'Alfred Stephen, in consideration of hie long aud eminent judicial. , services., :HeTeferr?d to :thc ability and fidelity '? ' with --wImcIi Sir SAlfised Stephen had,iri the esthna- ' * tion of the people of this c...
STOCK AND STATION REPORTS. [BROCK & BROUGHTON'S REPORT.] [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 21 November 1874
STOCK AND STATION REPORTS. [Brock & Broughton'b Retort.! Fat Stock : The. trade is barely supplied with either sheep or cattle ; and any 'prime lots will find immediate sale at quotations, which are — for bullocks, £7 15s. to £8 15s. ; cows, £G to £7 10s. ; wethers, 9s. to 10s. ; ewes, 7s. Gd. to 9s. Store Cattle : Enquiries continue numerous for all classes, provided they are well bred and in fair condition, indifferent lots being dull of sale. We have drafts, from 20 to 400, for which we will be glad to treat. We quote : bullocke, £o to £6 10s. ; cows, £4 to £5 10s. Store Sheep : We have several lots now under offer, and expect to conclude sale sliortty. We have Bold, on account of Mr. J. H. Wallis, to Mr. J. W. Croaker, 80 rams at a high figure for cash. ? Quotations : wethere, 7s. to 8s. ; ewes, 6s. to 12s. Stations, &c. : In stations we have no sale to report, but have numerous stocked and unstocked runs on our books. We have sold, on account of Mr. Freeman and ...
COMMERCIAL. BURROWA PRICES CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 21 November 1874
COMMERCIAL. BUBROWA PRICES CURRENT. Flour, fine, £12 per ton, or £1 Gs. per bag. Ditto, seconds, £11 per ton. Bran, £2 10s. per ton. Wheat, 4s. to 4s. 3d. per bushel. Maize, 3s. 9d. to 4s. per bushel. Oats, 3s. per bushel. Barley, 3s. per bushel. Hay, £S 10s. to £4 per ton Cheese, 6d. per 1b. Butter, Is. per 1b. Bacon, 6d. per 1b. Eggs, 6d. per dozen. Potatoes, 8s. per bag. Sheepskins, 4d. to Gd. per 11). Hides, 3d. per lb. Sawn Timber (delivered), 15s. per 100 feet. Wattle bark, £3 10s. per ton.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 21 November 1874
WANTED, A RESPECTABLE GIRL, as COOK, and J\. to assist with washing. Good Wages. Apply to MRS. P. H. SCOTT. Burrowa, November 5th. Wanted, AT KILDARY, Merool Creek, a Couple of MEN who uuderstaud the Con struction of EAliTH-WOllK, or PISE.' BUILDINGS. JOHN W. EDMONDS, Superintendent. WANTED, IMMEDIATELY, rriHREE (8) GOOD SHEPHERDS. SEPT. P. GIBSON. Narrawa, 7tli Nov., 1874. REMOVAL. MR. DONOVAN'S OFFICE to Mr. O'Dwter'b Cottagk, in Brial-strcet, opposite the Wesleyan Chapel. DANGAR'S SALE-YARDS BILL, A MEETING of the Board of Sheep XJl. Directors and other Stockholders will be held at the COURT-HOUSE, YOUNG, ou WEDNESDAY, the NINTH DAY of DECEMBER Next, at Nooii, for the purpose of considering the above Bill and reporting tbereon. JOHN PRING, Sheep Director. £10 Reward. OUPPOSED to be STOLEN, from the Calabash ^ on or about the 25th of October, 1874 one CHESNUT DRAUGHT MARE, 16£ hands, star in forehead, branded 1H near shoulder and ribs ? C ' heavy with foal when missing. If stolen,...
IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 21 November 1874
IMPOUNDINGS. -Gunning. — Impounded at Gunning, on the 9th of November, from Chain of Ponds, by Mr. W. Alchin : — Black horse, star, H over L off ribs, 4 years, 15 J hands; Dark bay horse, near hind foot white, B under saddle near side, 9 years, 15 hands. Bay horse, collar-marked, MW off shoulder, 4 years, WiJiands. Bay lionse, white down face, hind feet white, JML conjoined both shoulders, 4 years, 15 hands. Also, on November 12th, from Albert Vale, by order of P. Best, Esq. -._ Bay horse, collar-marked, bell on neck, £0 near shoulder, J T over 9 ofE shoulder, 5 years, 15 hands. Bay mare, white down face, near hind foot white, n a off shoulder, 4 years, 14J hands. Also, on the 13th, from Rocky Point : — Bay horse, star, collar-marked, T near shoulder, J D over O off shoulder, aged, 15 hands. To be sold on December 3rd. Grabber jGullek. — Impounded at Grabben Gullen, on November 5th, from By a) la grass pad dock, by A- Gray, jBsq. : — Dark brown draught colt, star, ,-. over JC near s...
WEEKLY CALENDAR. Full Moon—Nov. 24th—at 3.39 a.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 21 November 1874
WEEKLY CALENDAE. Fall Moon— Nov. 24th— at 339 a.in. ? 1 * ? 1 * ' . J » «g 'g . '? : Remarkable Events. £ ™ V&'& - v ' ???- --. ' fi ^ P _P ? ; ? ; ? H. M. H. M. 22 6f 25& Sunday after Trinity. 4 47 6 45 23 M Tasmania discovered. 1G424 46(5 46 24 Tii [18314 4G6 47 25 W Mitchell started lBt expedition, 4 46 6 48 26 Th 4 45 6 49 27 F Pacific Ocean discovered, 1519 4 44-G 50 281 S Great flood at Melbourne, 1849 4 44 6 51
CONTEMPLATED RESIGNATION OF JUDGE FRANCIS. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 21 November 1874
CONTEMPLATED RESIGNATION OF JUDGE FRANCIS. (From the Burrangong Argus.) ' His Honor Judge Francis, before the opening of the District Court, said it was exceedingly improbable, on account of failing health, that he would ever return to this Court, or, indeed, to any other in the district, and he would take thiB op portunity of saying farewell. _Hc epoke of the kindness and confidence with which he had always been treated here, aud said that to a public servant it was a great comfort to be 60 treated, and to find a kind construction put upon his sayings and doings. There were, no doubt, many cases in which lie had fallen short of tbe actual requirements of a person in his position, and had made trifling legal slips and errors, but not, he hoped, such as to affect the course of justice. He was glad to say that no verdict of his bad ever been upset, a result which he rather attributed to a reluctance, which generally existed, to interfere with the decisions of a Judge, unless in cases ...