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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 28 November 1874
Odb telegrams will inform our readers of the course of Parliamentary proceedings during the present week. That the country will approve the action taken by those among their renresentatives who Lave supported Mr. Combes' motion respecting the action of the Executive, regarding the Governor's minute defending Gardiner's release, there can be no doubt. As we pointed out at the time, the minute is unguarded in its assertions, reckless in its arguments, and insulting in its tone to the community to which it was addressed. However much we may regret that the deli berations of the Assembly should be now interrupted we cannot avoid. the conclusion, that the Assembly would have been utterly wanting in a due sense of its dignity, if it had not expressed its opinion on the grosB insult which the society they represent re ceived by the publication of such an offensive document. Sir Hercules Rohinson is supposed to have peculiar tact in managing savage races ; he has clearly shown that he is un...
PARLIAMENT OF NEW SOUTH WALES. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 18. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 28 November 1874
SA^A^^^Fh^WSpOiMWiLLES; I ???'?'' ^^^TO^sf^w^OT^^^^tj'^^i;^ ?-.???? ^^M^^WfintMte^Jbi^iiittbe for the further coltttMeration ibf aflie^!nm!nU'jtAW Consolidation : ^jl^^&idlnen^giSL^ |»J^tUof ^reiinuni^ipartj re&rring **Hfie i^fea!ip£Bbi|i8#B aifil -ite Jll?1'-.' ^de :i;fi^ ^'thSstthlxilanfeef asfimijg'wliiat inay be deemed MpnieB, an addition was maflp classing offenc#4^b1e ^viufetrceS of the feb'tfceiBiBjnisde vi meaiiburs. In the part -dtealing with offences c£ BgBJnBtibe JpfsrBon, the'Stk .clause, providing JEoi1 ' the p«in«Bluhent lor inurfer, was! postponed with a view tothe ionsideration Jof &. proviso, defining murder. -With the exception of two or three fostponed,1Jle;clau8esaBfar as 34, dealing with oraicide, 'attempts fo inurder, letters threatening to murder, andocts causing or intended to cause bodily harm, were agreed to without ^naterial alteration. The chairman then reported progress, and obtained leave to sit again on Thursday. Is the Legislat...
Intest Intelligence. SYDNEY—NOVEMBER 26, 11.80 A.M. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 28 November 1874
Wntt&t Ititelltaence. (Fbom Messes. Gordon and Gotoh.) [by ELEcrsrc telegraph.] SYDNEY— Novembeh 26, 11-80 a.m. In the Legislative Assembly, — The debate on Mr. Combes' motion, pro posing that the House should resolve itself into a Committee of the Whole, to consider his Excellency the Governor's minute on the subject of Gardiner's release, terminated last night, the motion being carried against the Government by a maioritv of two. A resolution condemning the minute was carried in Committee by a majority of oue. The adoption of the Committee's report was negatived in the House by the casting vote of the Speaker, the numbers on each side being 28. Great excitement prevailed. The Premier (Mr. Parkes) accepted the result as a Ministerial defeat, and moved the adjournment of the House, to enable the Cabinet to consider their position. A general impression prevails that an im mediate dissolution of Parliament will follow. 6'15 p.m. ? A proclamation was issued this afternoon, pror...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 28 November 1874
CHURCH OF ENGLAND. ST. JOHN'S, BURROWA. ON SUNDAY NEXT there will be NO SERVICE in the above Church. - WANTED, A EESPECrABLE GIRL, as COOK, and XX. to assist with washing. Good Wages. Apply to MRS. P. H. SCOTT. Burrowa, November 5tb. Wanted, AT KILDARY, Merool Creek, a Couple of MEN who understand, the Con struction of EARTH-WOHK, or PISE, BUILDINGS. JOHN W. EDMONDS, Superintendent. ST. PATRICK'S SCHOOL, MR. SHANNON begs to notify to the inhabitants of Burrowa, that he will Open this School at 9 o'clock a.m. oil MONDAY, the 30th lust., for the classifica tion and enrolment of pupils. 25th November, 1874. Caution. ON and after this date, all persons found Trespassing in Bally-Ryan Paddocks will be prosecuted. J. N. RYAN, Bally Ryan. November 28th, 1874. DR, H. G. CLIFFORD, Formerly a Pupil of the celebrated Dr. Powell, of Finsbury, London, /CONTINUES to PRACTICE in BURROWA as V^1 usual. His treatment in all cases is based on the principles laid down by Drs. Lawrence, Lever, Garland, ...
ELECTORAL BOLLS. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 28 November 1874
ELECTORAL BOLLS. The following return, showing the number of electors qualified to vote at the first election under ' the Electoral Act of 1858, and in the year 1874-5 respectively, was laid on the table of the Legis lative Assembly on the 18th instant, and will probably be read with interest. It will (says the JTerald) be noticed as somewhat remarkable that iu regard to die Electoral Districts of the Lower Huuter, tbe Hawkesbury, Illawarra, Kiama, West Maitland, Karelian, and Windsor, there has been a decrease in the number of electors since 1859 : — /—Number of Electors—, Electoral District. 1859-60° 1874-5 Argyle ? 1,320 ... 2,461 Bahanald ? 390 ... 2,499 Bathurst ? 908. ... 1,328 TheBogan ? 970 ... 5,186 Braidwood ? 510 ... 2,149 Camden ? 1,737 ... 2,946 Canterbury ? 3,028 ... 5,449 The Clarence ? 938 ... 4,389 Carcoar ? 584 ... 2,046 Central Cumberland ? 1,693 ... 2,175 Eden ? 769 ... 1,868 Tbe Glebe ? 1,584 ... 3,157 Goulburn ? 501 ... 939 TheGwydir ? 657 ... 2,525 Hartley ? 8...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 28 November 1874
WmmmMj hotel, MURRUHBURRAH. BEGS to return thants to bis numerouB Priends-and Customers for the liberal Patronage jiheyliave ep^kindly bestowed on him for nearly a space of thirteen years, and would also remind them that tie 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 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 lass and Young. Also, COBB & CO.'S Royal Mail Booking Office for Wagga Wagga. ALLT $? CO., WINE & SPIRIT MERCHANTS, MM ®&&&ra$ Ilia garters, 143, PITTSTBEET, [Opposite Vickery'...
POST-OFFICE TIME-TABLE. ARRIVAL AND DESPATCH OF MAILS. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 28 November 1874
POST-OFFICE TIME-TABLE, ABRIVAO AND DESPATCH OF MAILS. ABBIVAL8. FronfYass & Tangmangaroo : On Tuesday, Wed nesday, Thursday, and Saturday, at 6-20 p.m. From Young and Marengo : On Thursday, Friday, t and Sunday, at G p.m. ? From Dalton and Bye Park^ On Saturday, at € ?p.m. ? ? - 'ii. *' From Reid's Flat, via Phil's Creek and Hovell's Creek : On Monday, fit 5 p.m. Dep'abtuees. For Ybsb and Tangmangaroo : On Monday, Wed nesday, Friday, and Saturday, at 6'10 a.ra. For Young & Marengo: On Wednesday, SDhursday, and -Saturday, at 5*4d p.m. ' - : ? For Rye Park aud Dalton : On Friday, at 7 a.m. For fieid'e Fiat, via Phil's Creek aud Hovell's Creeks On Sunday, Jit 10 a.m. Moneyrorders issued daily, from 9 a.m. until 4 p.m. . Oh Sunday the Office will be open between the hours of 1 p.m. and 2 p.m., for delivery only.
W. MORT & CO.'S WOOL REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 28 November 1874
W. MORT & CO.'S WOOL REPORT. To-dav witnesses the close of a series of Wool Sales which, if 6omewbat variable, has been, on tbe whole, of a most satisfactory character. Every class of Wool, with tbe exception, per haps, of Sydney Grea6y Fleece, has realised throughout more or less advance on tbe best prices ruling in May and June, Scoured Wool, in particular, -showing a large increase in value. It will be remembered tbat Washed Fleeces, and especially those in faulty condition, were rela tively very cheap during a portion of the last series ; or these, none are below the best prices ef June, while the lower qualities are dearer by 2d. to 3d. per lb. When writing on 29th June, we mentioned tliat greasy wools were then bringing relatively higher rates than washed parcels, owing to manufacturers having discovered tbat the out turn of- their February purchases showed a result greatly in favour of the former description. They are now finding tbat they went too far, and tbat their...
IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 28 November 1874
IMPODNDINGS. Gunning. — Impounded at Gunning, on the 20th of Nov., from Sandy Creek, by Mr. W. Grube : Brown colt, star, like FBB or IBB near shoulder, 1 year. Re-advertised : Bay or chesnut horse, star, -* on neck, 3 over W near shoulder, J A off shoulder, aged, 15J hands. To be sold on December 10th. Murrumbuerah. — Impounded at Murrumbur rah, on November 18th, from Back Creek, by Jeremiah Pearson : Red and white heifer, W q near' rump. Also, on November 19th, from Sherlock's Creek, by G. Worner : Brown mare, W over B sideways (both writing capitals) hear shoulder, hind feet white, docki d tail, stripe ; chesnut foal at foot, unbranded. Grey horse, T o near shoulder, broken. Bay filly, W i-3 near shoulder, star, pulled tail, broken. Bay colt, ,— . over like J or j near shoulder, near hind foot white. ? Black entire, like T-C conjoined (the T writing capital) near shoulder, unbroken. Also, on Nov. 21st, from same place : Chesnut filly, E or D near shoulder, two white feet, unbroken...
STOCK AND STATION REPORTS. [BROCK & BROUGHTON'S REPORT.] [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 28 November 1874
STOCK AND STATION REPORTS. [Brock & Bboughton's Repobt.] Fat Stock : We have enquiries for both sheep and cattle for local consumption, and have a flock of wethers under offer to be inspected on Monday. Prime cattle are scarce. Quotations: Bullocks, £7 15s. to £9 ; cows, £6 to £7 106. , wethers 9s. to 10s. 6d. ; ewes, 7s. 6d. to 9s. Store Cattle : There is a larger 6upply now in the market than has been for some time. We have about 2000 on our books, different classes, but as a rule superior, well-bred, and in good condition. We Jiave 400 bullocks now close to the town, being inspected. Quotations : bullocks, £4 15s. to £6 ; cows, £4 to £5 5s. Store Sheep : There have been a few enquiries during the past week, hut we have not heard o£ any sale being made. We will be glad to receive particulars from owners, as we do not anticipate any difficulty in getting full market rates. We have several good lots of which we invite inspec tion. Quotations : wethers, 7s. to 8s. ; ewes, 6s....
LATEST INTELLIGENCE. LONDON, NOVEMBER 16. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 28 November 1874
LATEST INTELLIGENCE. keuter's telegrams TO AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATED PRESS. London, November 16. The Bank rate of discount is 5 per cent. November 17. The London colonial wool sales opened this evening. The total arrivals amount to more than 80,000 bales. Upwards of 5,500 bales have been offered. Cape of Good Hope wools prepon derated. Home bmrers were more numerous than those from foreign countries. The biddings com menced with great spirit, and prices ranged about tbe same as at last series. In the appeal case Barton v. Muir, arising out of the conditional purchase of land under the Crown Lands Alienation Act of 1861, the Privy Council has reversed the decision of the Supreme Court of New South Wales. November 19. The Right Hon. Benjamin Disraeli has written to Sir Henry Creswicke Rawlinson (who has been for many years an eminent and distinguished member of the Royal Geographical Society), an nouncing that a new Expedilion for scientific purposes is to be despatched to the Polar Regio...
ADJOURNED SPECIAL LICENCING MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 28 November 1874
ADJOURNED SPECIAL LICENSING ?'- . MEETING. The consideration by the Burrowa Bench of William Fogg's application for a publican's license was resumed on Tijesday last, when Mri SubIn spector Brennan was present to oppose the appli cation. . The following evidence of constable O'Dwyer, taken at a former meeting, was, in bis absence, read over as a statement. Constable O Dwyer deposed : lama constable stationed at Dryburgh ; I have inspected the ap plicant's house, and have noticed it contains all the accommodation required by the Publican's Act ; I served a copy of the notice produced on appli cant ; I do not know of my own knowledge any thing against applicant's holding a publican'6 li cense ; I have known him for four years, and know nothing against him ; I have an opportunity of judging, and I would trust applicant for truth and honesty as much as any man in the neigh bourhood ; the police-station is about four miles from applicant's house. Mr. Sub-Inspector Brennan, after stating ...
COMMERCIAL. BURROWA PRICES CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 28 November 1874
COMMEBCIAIi; BURROWA PRICES CURRENT. Flour, fine, £12 per ton, or £1 6s. per bag. Ditto, seconds, £11 per ton. Bran, £2 10s. per ton. Wheat, 4s. to 4s. 3d. per bushel. Maize, 3s. 3d. to 4s. per bushel. Oats, 3s, per bushel. Barley, 3s. per bushel. . ' Hay, £3 10s. to £4.per ton Cheese, 6d. per lb. Butter, Is. per lb. Bacon, 6d. per lb. Eggs, 6cL per dozen. Potatoes, 8b. per bag. Sheepskins, 4d. to 6d. per lb. Hides, 3d. per lb. Sawn Timber (delivered), 15s. per 100 feet Wattle bark, £3 10s. per ton.
PARLIAMENT OF NEW SOUTH WALES. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 24. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 28 November 1874
PABLIAMENTOF NEW SOUTH WALES. Tuesday, November 24. ' Mr. Combes moved that the House go into Committee to take into consideration the minute of hie Excellency the Governor on the subject of the release of the prisoner Gardiner, -which was laid by command on the table of the House -on .-? the -day of the last prorogation. He regretted that there waB any necessity for moving euch a w resolution, but thought it was the duty of the House to give a decided opinion on the minute, ; 'which 'was insulting to the House and the people, land was smuggled Into the chamber a few minutes fiefore the prorogation. 'The' minute was without precedent since the time of Sir W. Denison, and showed that the Governor was ignorant of tlie principles of constitutional government, and _of . ' his own position as Governor of a colony in which the representatives of the people possessed power, And were not to be insulted with impunity by an Imperial officer. The Governor should be-above remark, but his minute...
MONDAY. NOVEMBER 23. (Before W. J. B. Wotton, Esq.) [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 28 November 1874
Monday. November 23. (Before W. J. E. Wotton, Esq.) Norman McEwan, on the evidence of Constable Flynn, wa6 found guilty of having made use of indecent language, and fined 20s. aud.costs. Lranbther charge against defendant, for using obscene language to Charles Weifert, he was also fined 20s. and costs of Court, together with 21s. professional costs. The same defendant was also charged with having used language to Charles Weifert calcu lated to provoke a breach of the peace. The defendant was convicted of this offence, and fined 20s. and costs. Joseph Webb was convicted of having been drunk, and fined 20s. and costs.
BURROWA COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS. STURDAY, NOVEMBER 21. (Before W. J. E. Wotton and George Eason, Esquires.) [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 28 November 1874
BURROWA COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS. Saturday, November 21. ' (Before W. J. E. Wotton and George Eason, EBquires.) Matilda Bond made application for an -order prohibiting publicans from supplying liquor to Charles Bond for 12 months. In die Absence of defendant, who was called three times, and did not appear, the case was heard ex parte, and the application granted. (Before W. J. E. Wotton, Esq.) . Charles Bond, charged with being drunk and disorderly, pleaded guilty, and was fined 5s. and costs.
IMPORTANT CASE. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 28 November 1874
IMPORTANT CASE. By telegram from London we learn that the im portant case, Barton v. Muir, arising under the Crown Lands Alienation Act, lias been decided by the Privy Council, and that the decision of the Supreme Court of New South Wales has been reversed. A few particulars of this case will doubtless be enteresting to our readers. The plaintiff, Mr. Barton, is a squatter, residing at Walerawang, and in 1869 took up a selection of 320 acres in the name of the plaintiff, Barton agreeing to pay the purchase money for the land and to effect the improvements required by the Act The defendant was to reside on the land, as Barton's servant, during the 3 years, and agreed to transfer the (selection to Barton at the end of that term. The agreement was in writing ; and matters went on smoothly enough till the time came for transferring the selection. Upon plaintiff applying to the defendant for a transfer, the defendant stated that he intended to keep the land, and would transfer to no one....
WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 25. (Before W. D. Campbell and George Eason, Esquires.) [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 28 November 1874
Wednesday, November 25. .(Before W. D. Campbell and George Eason, Esquires.) Joseph Webb was convicted of having made use of obscene language, and, being a very old offender, was fined £5, or three months in Young fiaol. The information against Robert Gaze, for a breach of the Slaughtering Act, was withdrawn by Sergeant Hitch, in the absence of any proof that the Slaughtering Act had been extended to Burrowa. (Before W. D. Campbell, Esq.) Breach of the Dog Act. Thomas Meehan, Mary Hough, and Benjamin Long were convicted of having unregistered dogs, and fined 10s. each and costs. (Before P. H. Scott and G. Eason, Esquires.) Postponed Cases. The Informations against Jacob Boduaer, George Couch, and Joseph Brewer, were all dismissed, the defendants having satisfied the Court that they were within the exceptions specified in the Act. The information against James Cahill was withdrawn by Sergeant Hitch, as he had ascer tained that defendant had been only twelve days resident in Burrowa a...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 5 December 1874
TO JAMES WATSON, ESQ. 'TTTE, the undersigned Electois of the W Lachlau, thoroughly appreciating your past career as our representative in the Legislative Assembly, request you to allow us once more to Dominate you as our Candi — --eUtoJbi-tkis-Eiectorste.m ibe ensuing Par liament ; and we pledge ourselves to use our utmost efforts to secure your re-election. N. R, Resnard, J.P. J.N. Ryan, J.P. . l'\ R. Hume, sen. F. W. Hume George Eason, J.P. P. H. Soott, J.P. A. E. Middleton Benjamin Long '*--. — John Kenuemore A. Myers C. Weekes John S. Cross Daniel O'Rourke P. Ryan, Cattle-station Peter Besuard Julius Besnard E. A. Phillips Michael Mulcahy Daniel Mulcahy John Mulcahy Abraham Payne Thomas Sargent George Sargent Samuel Peckham William Hodgson Jenkin Morgan P. Moloney Abel S. Holmes David Morgan Michael Hyan James Cahill John Morgan David BeniBton John Hurley Thomas Morgan Thomas Moloney James Bales William Mills Benjamin Morgan James Moloney E. Boldock Joseph Morgan William Moloney...
IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 5 December 1874
IMPOBNDING& Gsabben . Guj-IjEN.— Impounded at Grabben Gulle»,ion November ?lst fromWheeo, by Mr. M. FrosV'&r. trespass in wheat paddock : BIupM«pd'Wuite spotted cow, -blotched brand like -3?,S, over izj sear ribs, blotched brand like DHjutsrihs,. ' Whiteiheifer, T.S over i3 aearjibs,' jY*1»w#qw, white back, TS overs near ribs, #JceTfi off ribB, very poor. Bed heifer, -blotched brand like TS over & nearobfi. - - White heifer, T S over Jz; near ribs, 2 over J G (the J reversed) near rump. . BSdJHelferv^S^ver^ near ribs. ?'-: ':¥^ ^lam| %hUe spotted heifer, T S over Jz; -near ^libs^x-sJiL^Si ?.?-. X- .-., ? ' ???.???'.' ? ' Red and white spotted heifer, same brands. BedStod white teifer, same brands. ^ToJbelBDldlcni- December 10th.' . -? Also, Sn November 54thj from Gurrunda, by . Mr^Prew^V ?v . ' ;,. One ehesnut roan horse, hind feet white, white do^m'ibfcfiiibe, XB (writing capitals) near shoul der^i^W off -shoulder, shod, 4 years, 15 hands. tJay anare, small ...