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IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 9 January 1875
IMPOUNDINGS. Marengo. — Impounded at Marengo, on 26th Dec, from Middle Station, by Mr. F. Fisher :— Black horse, O M over N (writing capital) near shoulder, N (writing capital) near neck, T near rump, P off shoulder, broken. Yellow bay horse, ES near shoulder, 4 off shoulder, bald face, hind legs white, broken. Also, on the 28th, from Crowther, by J. Pring, Esq. :— Grey entire, or rig, £ L or j- D near shoulder, broken. To be sold on January 21st
(Mr. Watson's reply to Mr. W. D. Campbell.) Young, January 7th, 1875. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 9 January 1875
(Mr. Watson's reply to Mr. W. D. Campbell.) Young, January 7th, 1875. My dear Sir, — There is some misunderstanding on the part of your informant as to a statement made by me at my meeting at Burrowa on the 23rd December last. I am certain I never could have made such a statement as that attributed to me : and either vour informant must have mis understood my answer, or I misunderstood his question. The question which, I think was asked by Mr. Costello was, as well as I can remember : — ' At whose instance was the change made in the Trusteeship of the road Burrowa to Young ? ' Believing the question to refer to the change made last year at your request, I replied : — ' The change had been made at the instance or request of Mr. W. D. Campbell and if any blame was due in the matter it must be given to that gentleman and not to me.' I certainly never intended to convey the im pression that you had anything whatever to do with the appointment of the Trustees for the road Burrowa to Youn...
Anginal Correspondence. (To the Editor of the Burrowa News.) [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 9 January 1875
dvigimtl Corns}) onbeuct (To the Editor of the Burrowa News.) -Sir,— May I ask the favour of your publishing the accompanying correspondence in the Burrowa News of Saturday. Although the matter therein referred to affects myself individually, still, as it is connected with my action in a matter affecting the public interest, 1 thmfc you will not refuse me the opportunity of removing the false impression which appears to exist in some quarters as to my conduct in that matter. WILLIAM D. CAMPBELL. Beverley, January 8th, 1875.
LATEST INTELLIGENCE. REUTER'S TELEGRAMS TO AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATION PRESS. LONDON, DECEMBER 27. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 9 January 1875
LATEST INTELLIGENCE. eeutee's telegrams to australian associated press. London, December 27. A railway accident which is almost unparalleled occurred at Shipton on Thursday afternoon. The train consisted of two engines and sixteen carriages. It. was proceeding at the rate of forty miles an hour when an axle of the third class carriage next the engine broke. The train immediately began tearing up the track, and after running for about 300 yards a number of the carriages were precipitated from the embank ment into the meadow and canal below. The scene was exceedingly painful. Eighty-one persons were killed and wounded. The number of those actually killed is thirty-one, and 50 were conveyed to the hospital. At Oxford, yesterday, the express train on the north-western line dashed into a coal train at Wigan. One person was killed, and twenty were injured. December 28. A Sydney loan of a million sterling was an nounced on Saturday, the prospectus containing quotations from the Treasurer's...
(Copy of a letter from Mr. J. W. Costello to Mr. W. D. Campbell.) Burrowa, January 6th, 1875. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 9 January 1875
(Copy of a letter from Mr. J. W. Costello to Mr.- W. D. Campbell.) Burrowa, January 6th, 1875. Sir, — At a meeting held here on 23rd December, 1874, 1 asked Mr. James Watson the following question :— 'At whose instance were appointed, over 3 years ago, trustees for the road between Burrowa and Young ? ' Mr. Watson replied, that the change had been effected at the instance or request of a district resident — Mr. W. D. Campbell ; and if any blame was due in the matter, it was attributable to that gentleman. My question referred to an appointment that had been universally condemned in Burrowa, — viz., that of Messrs. E. Taylor, R. B. Armstrong, and W. J. Watson, (all of whom resided in or near Young) ; and I believed that Mr. Watson's reply had reference to the objectionable appoint ment of those gentlemen to the position of Trustees for the road in question. J. W. Costello.
(Mr. W. D. Campbell to Mr. James Watson.) Beverley, 6th January, 1875. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 9 January 1875
(Mr. W. D. Campbell to Mr. James Watson.) Beverley, 6th January, 1875. My dear Sir, — I was yesterday spoken to by' several people about the road from Young to Burrowa, and I could see that some blame was attached to me in regard to it. On making fur ther enquiries, I was referred to Mr. J. W. Costello ; and when I called on him he made a statement, which I requested him to put in writ ing. He has to-day sent me a note, of which I enclose a copy. I am sure there must be a mistake somewhere, either in your misunderstanding his question, or .iu your answer. I- think you will bear me out in ssying that I had' nothing whatever to do with thfc appointment of the trustees ; and I am willing to accept any blame which may attach to any action of mine which, directly or indirectly, re sulted iu their being superseded. If 1 had heard of this report before the nomi nation, I would have asked you to correct the misapprehension, but I will be glad if you will now give me an opportunity of doing ...
THE LACHLAN ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 9 January 1875
The lachlan election. , Tee nomination, for the Lachlan took place on Monday last, at the Court-Hottee, Burrowa. About 70 persons wsre present . :- The Eeturning-Officer (Mr. W. D. Campbell) read the writ authorising the election, and ex-, pressed a hope that 'the meeting would be con ducted in an. orderly manner, and give each speaker a fair and impartial hearing;. ? Mr. N. E. Besnard, J. P., said it afforded him much pleasure to nominate, for the . third time, Mr. James Watson. When ? that gentleman first solicited the suffrages of the Lachlan electors, he was an untried man, and known to but few of them. -He then supported him, believing that he would- make a gooo^ and' faithful representative. He had carefully 'watched Mr. Watsori't Parlia mentary career ; and his votes and acts justified the confidence then reposed in him. He 'would not detain the meeting, as the actions 'of our late -representative ? spoke for themselves ?; and he would therefore conclude by/proposing Jlr. Jam...
THE NEW PARLIAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 9 January 1875
THE NEW PARLIAMENT. EastSydhey ..,„.». KRariteB,* 3828 rotes -, : J, Macintosh* 3651 votes - I'--'.' A. Stuart, 8083 votes J. Davies, 2894 votes Newcastle ? G. A. Lloyd,? 641 votes Paddington ? J. Sutherland,0 unopposed Parramatta ? Hugh Taylor,* 480 voteB j C.J. Byrnes, 361 voter The Glebe ? G. W.Allen,* 1239 votes Newtown .; ? ..? S. 0. Brown,* unoppoosed The Hastings ? B. B. Smith,4 unopposed ' Shoalhaven ? J. Warden,' unopposed . . Wollombi ? J. A. Cunneen,0 432 votes Hartley ? T. Brown, unopposed ., Narellan ? John Hurley,* unopposed ' West Sydney ? J. Robertson,* 2705 votes G. R. Dibbs, 2294 voteB H. 0. Dangar, 2207 votes A. Cameron, 2129 votes Windsor ? R. Driver,* 255 voteB , Northumberland ? J. C. Stevens, 1305 votes East Maitland ......... S. Scholey,* 252 voteB Patrick's Plains ? W. C. Browne,* 644 votes Morpeth ? R. Wisdom, 300 votes Orange ? H. L. Nelson,* 550 votes West Maitland I ? H. E. Cohen, 343 votes St Leonard's ? J. S. Farnell,* 856 votes Goulburn ? W. Teece* un...
CRICKET MATCH.—BURROWA v. YASS. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 9 January 1875
CRICKET MATCH.— BURROWA v. YASS. (From the Yass Courier.) This, the first match of the season for the Yass people, was played on the Yass cricket ground on New Year's Day. Both teams had had scarcely any practice (the match having been arranged in a very short time), and consequently the display of cricket right through was not so good as on previous occasions. Notwithstanding, — inn^eser, Mr- O. Poplin played extremely well, andsucc^ed_ in.obiainiBg^he large score of 47 out of a total of 79, and Mr. F. Poplin was as true and as effective with the ball as ever. Mr. Garry's bowling also did great execution. The batting of the Yass team was rather weak, with one or two exceptions, and the bowling was erratic, and deserved the punishment it received from the hands of Mr. 0. Poplin. The fielding was toler . ably good on both sides. There was a good number of lookers-on present, but the game was altogether too one-sided to afford them mnch interest As will be noticed by the following sco...
GREAT FIRE IN BURROWA. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 9 January 1875
GREAT FIRE IN BURROWA About 3 o'clock on Monday morning last Mr J. H. Clampett was aroused by a strong glare f light in his bed-room, and on getting up to dis cover the cause found that Mr Pett's and Mr D J. O'Neill's premises were in flames. As soon as possible he proceeded to the scene of conflagration arousing the neighbours and the sleeping members of Mr. O'Neill's family by his cries of ' fire.' The fire was found to be princi pally in and around a large wood-heap, whilst from the nature of the adjoining premises, two or three primitive structures of no great value were quickly burnt. Fortunately the night was very calm, and the most energetic efforts were successfully made by the inhabitants to confine the fire within the smallest possible limits. An old laundry, which was attached to Mr. O'Neill's kitchen, was pulled down, and the burning materials rapidly carried away to a safe distance, thus completely prevent ing an advance of the flames towards Mr. O'Neill's public house ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 16 January 1875
Clje |JuiTofoa: §to Is published at the Office, Mariden-street} Burrowa, every Saturday morning, in time for circulation by the early Mails all over the Colony. Terms of Subscription .- — When paid in advance for 3 months, 6s. ; if booked, 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, 3*. ; for every subse quent inch or less of the same advertisement, Is. Gd. A reduction of twenty five per cent will be made on alt advertisements inserted for three months ; and of 10 per cent, if inserted for one month. Bueeowa .—Printed and published by Geohoe ? Eason, at the News' Office, Mareden Blreot.
IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 16 January 1875
IMPOUNDINGS. Burrangong. — Impounded at Burrangong, on December 26th, from Garibaldi Gully, by Mr. Austin Smithers : — Blue roan horse, MK near shoulder, MK side ways near thigh, aged, 14£ hands. Also, on December 28th, from Back Creek, by Mr. John Newland : — Red cow, *?« M (the M writing capital) near thigh, M off rump, H S off thigh. Brindle and white cow, *V M (the M writing capital) near thigh, B C off rump, over M H off hip, over B C off thigh, M H off ribs. Yellow and white cow, M K downwards near rump and thigb. Red and white heifer calf at foot, unbranded. Yellow strawberry and white cow, E M off rump and ribs. Strawberry cow, like I M near thigh, M off thigh, like | M blotched off ribs, blind off eye. Red and white cow, M K sideways near rump, over -V M (the M writing capital) near thigh. Strawberry bull calf, unbranded. Yellow and white cow, A K off rump, M K off ribs. Red and white heifer calf at foot, unbranded. To be sold on January 21st. Gunning. — Impounded at Gunnin...
CONTAGIOUS NATURE OF PLEUROPNEUMONIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 16 January 1875
CONTAGIOUS NATURE OF FLEUBO -??'?. \ PNEDJIONLA. Recent investigations have thrown much light on the contagiousness of pleuro-pneumonia, end the -means by which the disease extends the area of its existence. Like some other diseases affect:, ing cattle which are known to W'infectious, pleuro pneumonia has been supposed -to be easily ?commn- nicated by diseased to healthy animals, through various means other than actual cohabitation. It will be admitted that a correct solution of a question of this kind is of considerable impor tance to the best interests .of the country, and that it must greatly assist1 local authorities in deciding what is best to be done to stay the pro gress of the disease. It has long been known that we have been dissentients from the views entertained by many veterinary surgeons, that pleuro-pneumonia— like cattle plague, for ex amples-can be freely communicated ? by femes. The failure of the so-called pleuro-pneumonia inoculations, 60 extensively practiced for...
PARASITIC DISEASES OF SHEEP. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 16 January 1875
PABASITIC DISEASES OF SHEEP. WOBMB IN THE DIGESTIVE ORGANS OF SHEEP. — Thread-wonns are often found in the true diges tive stomach of sheep and lambs, where the effect of their presence is as deadly as that of the similar parasite in the bronchial tube. The same obscurity attends the origin of the parasites in the digestive system as ib admitted to exist in reference to the presence of the lung-worm. The female worms are filled with ova, and it is clear that thousands of these must be expelled on to the herbage on which the infested animals are feeding ; but it is equally certain that the mere swallowing of the eggs iB not sufficient to account for the existence of the mature worm. Some intermediate changes are necessary before the embryo is fitted to take up its residence in the organism of the warm-blooded animal; the nature of the changes, however, has not yet been ascertained. Strongles, which inhabit the fourth stomach of the sheep, exert a mpre injurious influence on adult ani...
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 16 January 1875
Drowning of Dr. Hayley's Daughter.— The following account of this sad occurrence is given by the Sydney Herald:— Qn Tuesday Ia6t, a party, consisting of Miss Laura Hayley, daughter of Dr. Hayley, of Goulburn, and some friends with whom she was staying at Marrickville, went to Manly ueacn tor a day s pleasure. Alter spending a little time on the sea beach, the party walked round towards the place known as the head of Cabbage Tree Bay. Miss Hayley, a young lady of about nineteen years of age, said she would like to ' paddle ' about in the water, and ehe left the party, about 1 o'clock, for a more secluded spot, where she could indulge her incli nations unobserved. As she did not return after the lapse of about an hour, her friends became alarmed for her safety, and followed round the rocks in the direction she had taken. About a quarter of a mile from the spot where Miss Hayley had parted from them, they found her parasol and shoes and stockings on the rocks, a little to the northward...
UNCLAIMED LETTERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 16 January 1875
UNCLAIMED LETTERS. The following list (No. 24) at unclaimed letters lying at the General iPoBt-Office, Sydney, we take from the Government Gazette ; — : ? Inland Letters. 30 Jas. Barry, Cootamundra 218 P. Byrne, Cootamundra 13 Jas. Campbell, Marengo 23 S. P. Canning, Caragabell 145 Patrick Conroy, Coramundra 70 Jno. Fryer, Cootamundra 20 Robert Gibb, Cootamundra 49 J. Goulley, Gaylong 60 Patrick Jas. Grant, Lachlan River 87 Mr. Grimstead, Cowra 13 James Jamison, junior, Cootamundra 33 Pierce Lehan, Young 42 ThoB. Levy, Coramundra 85 Jno. Lysaught, Cootamundra 10 Win. Malier, Cowra 12 D. Mahoney, Cowra 16 J. Malone, Yass 27 Jno. Marooney, Cootramundra 33 J. Martin, Cootramundra 91 'W. M'Gowan Fish River Creek 93 Patk. M'Grath, Young 193 Philip Morgan, Cootamundra 209 Phillip Mulcahy, Yass 2 Mr. Nankervis, Black Range 24 Thos. O'Neill, Tuena (2) 6 H. Palmer, Cootamundry (7) 10 Win. Ray, Black Range 35 Mr. Richardson, Cootamundra £8 David Robertson, Cootamundra 93 Matthew Ryan, Coramun...
LATEST INTELLIGENCE. REUTER'S TELEGRAMS TO AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATED PRESS. LONDON, JANUARY 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 16 January 1875
LATEST INTELLIGENCE. bedteb's telegeamb to australian associated pee88. ?. London, Januaey 5. The strike in Wales liaB 'partially terminated, the miners having submitted to the terms offered by their employers. ? The Pope has issued an encyclical letter, pro claiming that a jubilee is to be held this year by the Roman Catholic Church. . Madeid, January 5. In consequence of the Pronunciamento and the reception of Prince Alphonse, Marshal Serrano and his family have retired to France. ?Paris, January 6. In his message to the French Assembly Presi dent MacMahon -asked the deputies to vote first for the bill to constitute a second Chamber. The House, however, rejected the proposition on a division of 420 to 250, and the Ministers. have tendered the resignation of their offices: The Grand Opera House at Paris was opened yesterday. The Lord Mayor and Sherriffs of London in an English state carriage were present, wearing. their official robes, and they were received with the greatest honou...