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THE NEW PARLIAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 19 December 1874
THE NEW PARLIAMENT. ;; East Sydney .-; ? H. Parkes,0 3828 votes J. Macintosh,0 3651 votes . A. Stuart, 3083 votes J. Davies, 2394 votes Newcastle . ? G. A. Lloyd,0 G41 votes Paddingion ? J. Sutherland,0 unopposed Parraruatta ? Hugh Taylor,' 480 votes . C. J. Byrnes, 361 votes The Glebe ? G. W. Allen,0 1239 votes Newtown ? S. C. Brown,0 unopposed The Hastings ? R. B. Smith,0 unopposed Shoalhaven ? J. Warden,' unopposed Wollombi ? J. A. Cunneen,0 432 votes Hartley ? T. Brown, unopposed Narellan ? John Hurley,* unopposed WeBt Sydney ? J. Robertson,0 G. R. Dibbs H. C. Dangar A. Cameron Windsor ? R. Driver,0 Northumberland ? J. C. Stevens East Maitland , ? Stephen Scholey ° Patrick's Plains ? W. C. Browne ° Morpeth ? — Wisdom Orange ? H. L. Nelson0 ° Old Members.
ELECTIONEERING ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 19 December 1874
ELECTIONEERING ITEMS. ' Mr. P. A. Jennings has announced himself a candidate for Mudgee. Other candidates are spoken of, particularly now the Hon. J. S. Farnell and Mr. Daniel Casein. Carcoar. — r The two opposition candidates, Messrs. Icely and Meyer, have been addressing the electors in various parts of this district, and both have been well received. It is expected to be a close run. , MuswelLbbook.— An enthusiastic meeting was held at the School of Arts (Mr. John Black of Angora station, in tthe chair), in favour of Mr. J. W. Smart's election. Mr. Robert Hardy, pre sident of the Free Selectors' Association, moved resolutions in favour of Mr.' Smart. Mr. Webb addressed the electors of Bathurst, in the Market buildings. There was a large attendance, and a motion was passed that he was a fit aud proper person to represent the electorate. Mr. Brunker, Mr. John Lee, and Mr. J. F. Burns have all declined to stand for West Maitland. Mr. Farnell has been invited by some friends to allow...
IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 19 December 1874
IMPOUNDDfGS. Cowba. — Impounded at Cowra, on the 4th day of December, from Belbgrove, by Mr. Patrick Wbitty : Bay horse, small star in forehead, short tail, like R overF over like G or C near shoulder, broken-in, aged, 15J bands. To be sold on 31st December. Grabben Gullen. — Impounded at Grabben Gullen, on tbe 8th day of December, from Murrill Creek, by Mr. M. Clancy : Black horse, stripe down tbe face, docked tail, shod, qo off shoulder, no other brand visibe, 7 years, 14£ hands. To be sold on 31st December. Grenfell.— Impounded at Grenfell, on tbe 7th day of December, from Arainagong, by P. Daly : Roan mare, TH W conjoined over m near shoul der, off eye out, aged, 14£ bands. Bay mare, I D over OM near shoulder, P off shoulder, aged, 15 hands. To be sold on 24th December. Gunning. — Impounded at Gunning, on the 10th day of December, from Bald Hill, by R. Walsh : Brown horse, collar-marked, JiD over 2 near shoulder, 2 over WH off shoulder, 8 years, 16 bands. On same day from Bald H...
LATEST INTELLIGENCE. REUTER'S TELEGRAMS TO AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATED PRESS. LONDON, DECEMBER 7. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 19 December 1874
LATEST INTELLIGENCE. beuter's telegrams to australian associated press. LoNnnw. DEf!Esri?En 7. Germany. — Prince Bismarck, while defending the action of tbe Government for the suppression of the Legation at the Vatican, lias withdrawn the conciliatory remarks be made on a former occasion to prevent any misapprehension, to the effect that he sought peace with Rome, on any terms. Diplomatic relations, he observed, were superfluous whilst the Pope urged the clergy to break tbe laws. . December 8. The wool sales closed with increasing weakness. Quotations show a decline as compared with the September rates of a Id. to 3d. Faulty wools showed the heaviest fall. Sound fleeces were scarce, and comparatively firm. Tbe new clip for Great Britain commanded a better price. 22,000 bales were exported ; 10,000 old stock offered, and 8000 withdrawn. Tbe produce telegram of the New Zealand Co., dated London, December 8th, says : — ' Wool sales closed flatly. Nearly all descriptions declined from l...
TRANSIT OF VENUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 19 December 1874
TRANSIT OF VENUS. Our readers will be glad to learn that the result of the observations of tbe transit of Venus, on Wednesday, at our own stations are highly satis- factory. Three out of the four stations had beautifully clear weather and successful observa- tions. At Sydney, the day was exceedingly fine and clear ; and the observations at the Observa- tory were made with three powerful telescopes. The ingress and egress of the planet were well observed ; but nothing like the phenomenon of the black drop, as described by the English astrono- mers, was seen ; and the perfectly instantaneous breaking of it, described by the observers in 1769 was wanting. Only one observer, using a most imperfect telescope, which was a finder only to one of the larger ones, saw it as described in books ; all the others saw the planet gradually leave the sun's edge at ingress and meet the edge at egress ; and the phenomenon was not by any means so instantaneous as they expected. Most valuable observatio...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 19 December 1874
THE LACHLAN ELECTORATE. TO James Watson, Esq., SYDNEY. Sib, — We, the undersigned Electors of the Elec toral District of the Lachlan, having carefully watched your conduct as our representative since your return to Parliament, and having on all occasions noticed that you have spared no trouble to further our interest and attend to the wants and requirements of the whole Electorate, request you to allow yourself to be put in nomination for re-election. Should you comply with our request we pledge ourselves to utse every means in our power to secure your return. W. B Watt, J.P. William M. Wallis, J.P. John Broughton, J.P. John Allen, J.P. Chas. Temple, J.P. Joseph Schmidt B, B. Armstrong, J.P. Joseph Jacobs J.' B, Combes, J.P. John M'Donald Alexander Mackay, J.P. John L. Smith James Eoberts, J.P. Thomas Maher William Foster Bobert Cutting Bobert Maxwell Goore John Cassin George Smith Philip Brady James Gilhooley George Bye James Gilhooley, jun. Thomas Blount Michael Ryan Michael O'Con...
UNDEFINED PRE-EMPTIVE LEASES. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 26 December 1874
UNDEFINED PRE-EMPTIVE LEASES. The claims of the undermentioned persons for pre-emptive leases have been approved, subject to the conditions set forth in the Regulations of 1st November, 1861. The rents of the lands in question, for the year commencing on the 1st of January, 1875, must be paid to the Agent for the sale of Crown lands of the district in which they are situated, or to the Treasurer in Sydney, within two months from date of notice (15th December, 1874). Thej-enewal of rent for 1876 of any of these leases must be paid in the month of September next District of Burrotoa. Hannah M. Lehane, Boorowa, 435 acres, in the county of Harden, parish of Cunningham ; rent, £1 7s. 2d. Do., 156 acres, in 'county of Harden, parish of Cunningham ; rent, £1. Do., 49 acres, in county of Harden, parish of Cunning ham ; rent, £1 11s. 2d. Do., 366 acres, in county of Harden, parish of Birema ; rent, £1 2b. lid. Do., 240 acres, in county of Harden, parish of Coppabella ; rent, £1. John Downs, ...
DEFINED PRE-EMPTIVE LEASES. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 26 December 1874
DEFINED PRE-EMPTIVE LEASES. The claims of the undermentioned persons for pre-emptive leases have been approved, subject to the conditions set forth in the Regulations of 1st November, 1861. The rents of the lands in question, for the year commencing on the 1st of January, 1875. must be paid to the Agent for the sale of Crown lands of the district in which they are situated, or to the Treasurer in Sydney, within two months from date of notice (15th December, 1874). The renewal of rent for 1876 of any of these leases must be paid in the month of September next. Tracings may be seen at the different local Land Offices. District of Burrovoa. John Riley, Cunningham, 960 acreB, in county of Harden, parish of Harden j rent, £3. Hannah M. Lehane, Boorowa, 960 acres, in the county of Harden, parish of Coppabella ; rent, £3. Do , 960 acres, in the county of Harden, parish of Birrema ; rent, £3. District of Gundagai. Mary O'Donnell, Gundagai, 840 acres, in county of Harden, parish of Coolac ; ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 26 December 1874
®|}e -§uiTofo;i |jta It published at the Office, Afar'den- street, Surroaa, every Saturday morning, in time for circulation by the early ilaih ail over the Colony. Terms of Subscription .— Wken paid in advance for 3 months, 6». ; if booked, 6s. Single copies, 6d. All accounts are rendered quarterly, and prompt settlement is requested. For Advertisements the following are the charges i— I For the first inch or less of space, 3*. ; for entry suite- , quent inch or less of the same advertisement, Is. 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. Buebowa .—Printed and published by GlOBOI Easou, at the Newe' Office, Martden (treat.
BURROWA COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS. MONDAY, DECEMBER 21. (Before W. D. Campbell and W. J. E. Wotton, Esquires.) [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 26 December 1874
BURROWA COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS. Monday, Decembee 21. (Before W. D. Campbell and W. J. E. Wotton, Esquires.) James .Lewis pleaded guilty to a charge ot being drunk and disorderly ; and it being bis first offence, the prisoner was discharged with a caution. The same prisoner was then brought up for using obscene language. Sergeant Hitch proved the offence ; aud the defendant was fined 10b., or 48 hours in the lock-up. Breach of Brands Registration Act. Michael McGarry, Thomas May, and John Stevenson pleaded not guilty to the charge of having committed a breach of the above Act. Although the three prisoners were arraigned the cases against the last two were deferred until the charge against McGarry liad been beard. Sergeant Hitch deposed : I am sergeant of police stationed at Burrowa ; this morning at about 8 o'clock I saw horses being driven through this town ; I saw prisoner and two others driving them ; I asked prisoner who the horses belonged to, and lie said to Mr. Rauldn, and th...
THE LACHLAN ELECTORATE. TO James Watson, Esq., SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 26 December 1874
THE LACHLAN ELECTORATE, TO James Watson, Esq., SYDNEY. ' . Sib, — We, the undersigned Electors of the Elec toral District of the Lachlan, having carefully watched your conduct as our representative since your return to Parliament, and having on all occasions noticed that you have spared no trouble to further our interest and attend to the wants and requirements of the whole Electorate, request you to allow yourself to be put in nominal ion for re-election. .-. ... Should you comply with our request we pledge ourselves to use every means in our power to secure your return. , . ; W. R. Watt. J]P. William M. Wallis, J.P. John .Bronghton, J.P. Jphn Allen, J.P. Ohas. Templej J.P. Joseph Schmidt R. B. Armstrong, J.P. Joseph Jacobs J. R. Combes, J^P. Jobn M'Donald Alexander Mackay, J.P. John X. Smith James Roberts, J.P. Thomas Maher William Foster Robert Cutting Robert Maxwell Goore John Cassia George Smith Philip Brady James Gilhooley George Bye James Gilhooley, jun. ThomaB Blount Michael...
WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 23. (Before W. D. Campbell and W. J. E. Wotton, Esquires.) [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 26 December 1874
Wednesday, December 23. (Before W. D. Campbell and W. J, E. Wotton, Esquires.) inomas ttyan v. ftiary Uallagnan ; sureties of the peace. On this case being called on there was no appearance of the defendant, and a warrant was ordered to isBue for her apprehension. New Time-table.— On and after this date the Mails from Yass will arrive at 4 o'clock in the afternoon, and the delivery will take place imme diately after the departure of the Mail for Young, at 4-20 p.m. The Mail for Reid's Flat will leave at 6 a.m. on Sunday morning ; all letters for it must be posted on Saturday evening- before 9-30 p.m.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 26 December 1874
PASTORAL nnHE Undersigned wishes to secure EUN JL for from Three to Four Thousand Sheep. - A Liberal Rental will be given. A. E. MIDDLETON. Burrowa, Dec. 22, 1874. ,£10 lieward. THE above reward will be paid for such information as will procure the couvic tion of any person, or persons, found Tres passing near my Sheep-station Huts, at Cattle-station Creek. This notification is consequent upon the fact that many of my Sheep have recently been stolen. THOMAS WOODBRIDGE, Cattle-Statiou Creek. December 22, 1874. CHRISTMAS SUPPLIES. PRIVATE FAMILIES /IAN BE SUPPLIED with CASES of Assorted V^ WINES, SPIRITS, and LIQUEURS, of the very Best Quality, for the CHRISTMAS and NEW YEAR. D. BERNSTON, Australian Hotel, Burrowa. BREEDING EWES! FOR SALE, A T GEGULLALONG, about 360 EWES, ,/\ mostly young, and none broken. The Wooi of these Sheep has just been sold in byduey at 22d. per lb. ; and the Fleece averaged throughout 3£ lbs. Apply to C. BLOOMFIELD, ? Superintendent. LBG-AL. Str. floury CL Ba...
SMALL DEBTS COURT. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 23. (Before W. D. Campbell and W. J. E. Wotton, Esquires.) [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 26 December 1874
SMALI/ DEBTS COUBT. Wednesday, Deoembeb 23. .--..? (Before W. D. Campbell and W. J. E. Wotton, Esquires.) Jenkin Morgan v. Martin McNamara ; trespass to sheep. . ' ' . ?-. Mr. Donovan for plaintiff. Die plaintiff sued to recover damages from the defendant. for keep ing and shearing two of the plaintiff's sheep, and obliterating the plaintiff's brand thereon, and branding the said sheep with the defendant's brand. Mr. Donovan in opening the case said that it was a peculiar case of trespass to personalty. The acts complained of could not be brought home to the defendant personally, or an information for sheep steaing would be Jaid against. him, but as the defendant was .legally answerable for the, acts of Jiis servant's and agents lie would, be liable in trespass for the acts complained of though not done' by himself personally, but by his wife or servant If their worships, were .satisfied as to the trespass be hoped they w.ould ,givefujl damages and by that means stop the practic so ...
EUROPEAN MAIL NEWS. THE FATAL GUNPOWDER EXPLOSION. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 26 December 1874
'??,::? ^^0^^p^LW^^ „ V '.? ?-?? ^!5^f*^:^N*tJV^3EE VKPLXMySi ??'.?'* ?:£ ^nSbctobBj :^,: efortly 'before flW o'clock, tho ???' CnhliiiitastH it ?Sthe^holei northern districts at fl^64»^ere^«i«itied*l-y^^ terrific, noise which r«Remti)e(i a tremendous clop of thunder. An eartbiiualte ?couiaj;»etf1*ly^*ftve crated jmore alarm. Except in ithe locality the cause of the shock was unknown for Beveral hours, but there it »oon tt-ineplrcatbatiit was the result of Mi ex plosiun^of gunpowder oil board one of three barges which were being towed by a steam-tug on the canal close to North Gate,. Regent's Park. Itap nenrfi that one of these, named the Tilbury, was , 'laden with blasting . powder for quarries at the North, and on reaching the bridge, the powder, from eoine cause yet unknown, suddenly blew up with fearful effect, killing the three men, and, it is supposed, also a boy, who were on board, en tirely destroying the bridge, and playing great havoc with the adjoining houses. The noise o...
LACHLAN ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 26 December 1874
LACHLAN ELECTION. Pursuant to announcement, Mr. James Watson addressed about 50 of the electors at the Austra lian Hotel, Burrwa, on Wednesday evening last. Mr. G. Eason, J.P., having been voted to the chair, briefly eulogised the candidate, and asked for bim a fair and impartial healing. Mr. Watson, who on rising was received with appiause, commenced oy stating mat lie was not new to the part he bad undertaken that night. He had been their representative in Parliament for five years, and during that time had done his utmost to promote the welfare of his constituents. He had come prepared to eay a good deal ; but as he would have another and more favourable opportunity of giving' expression to his views in detail on all public questions, his remarks now would be as brief as possible. Anticipating that the ensuing Parliament would be of short duration, it had been his intention not to seek re-election at their hands ; hut the flattering and influentially signed requisition he had rec...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 26 December 1874
£2 Reward. LOST, on the 11th Inst., between Burrowa and Gegullalong, an ENGLISH LEVER WATCH, No. 9218, made by llotherham , London ; with portion of snake pattern Chain attached. The finder will receive the above reward on delivering the Watch to WM. CORCORAN, Clonoulty Hotel. Burrowa, Dec. 16tbr 1874. Auction Sale. HAY! HAY! HAY! T. J. O'NEILL HAS been favored with instructions from Messrs. HAYES and O'NEILL to Sell by Public Auction, AT THE RED HILL LAGOON, About mid-way between Burrowa, Binalong, and Murrumburrah, ON Thursday, 31st Dec, 1874, At 12 o'clock sharp, ABOUT 30 TONS OF PRIME HAY, Which, for quality, cleanness, and colour, cannot be excelled, IN LOTS TO SUIT PURCHASERS. . The A actioneer would wish to draw the attention of parties interested to the fact that the supply of Hay in this district is not above half the average, while the consumption must be far in excess of any previous season. THOS. J. O'NEILL, Auctioneer. Burrowa, Dec.l7th, 187.4. Mort & Co., CIRCU...
LATEST INTELLIGENCE. LONDON, DECEMBER 7. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 26 December 1874
LATEST INTELLIGENCE. REUTER S TELEGRAMS TO AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATED PRESS. London, December 7. Ihe message of President Grant to the United States Congress sets forth that upon -the vviiolo the foreign relations of the American Republic are friendly, although differences which had not yet been settled had arisen between the United States and Spain. The situation of affairs in Cuba is described as being intolerable, and it is suggested that the difficulty should be dealt with by an international intervention. Tlie message advocates the resumption of specie payments in 1876, and it is remarked that the system of free banking will continue to be the policy of the South until new legislation has been agreed upon. December 12. The money market Is rather easier, and the position of the Bank of England is 6trong. Wheat is firm. Copper market is without notice able alteration ; Chili bars, £85 to £86 ; Austra lian nominal at £94 to £96. Tin is depressed, with little busiuess doing; Straits sla...
WEEKLY CALENDAR. Moon's last qaarter—Dec. 31st—at 12-41 am. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 26 December 1874
; '???;;'. /^^^KI^'CpiiE^BAE.*,^ ;'v-; ''-. Moon's last qnarterr-Dec. 31st— 4ti'2:il «ii vis ,v ?'??:--.--.-- — i i ?8*0 Remarkable Events. -rc-. ??' ? '& fe - ?? ???' ^':^;:. -.. V-L ??? ? .-' '??S-; 2'': '. .:_. L . ' ?.. . H.M.H.M. ' 27 B 1st Swndky after XJhristmns. '449711 28 M Innocents' Day. 4 50 7 12 29 Tu.iSouth Australia proclaimed a 4 507 13 30 W '[Colony, 1*37 4 £17 13 31 Th Sir C. Hotham died, 4885 4-52 7 13 IF- 4537 13 . %&) Governor Blackall died, 48714 ,53)7-13, SATUBDAY, DEOEMBEB 26rH, 1874.'