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LOCAL LAND REVENUE. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 10 April 1875
LOCAL LAND REVENUE. We have been favoured by W. «T. E. Wotton, Esq., with the following return, showing the amounts received at the Land Office, Burrowa, during the quarter ended 3l6t March, 1875 : — £ s. d. Conditional Purchases — Deposits ... 2914 10 0 „ „ Balances ... 604 10 0 „ „ Deeds ? 10 0 0 „ „ Instalment . 6 0 0 „ „' Interest...... 1265 15 11 Selections after Auction ? ? 615 3 0 - „ „ „ — Deeds ? 7 0 0 Leases at Auction ? 7 12 0 Pre-emptive Leases „...*. ? 28 14 10 Renewal of Leases ? : ? 2 0 0 Auction Sale — Deposits ? 263 10 0 „ Balances ? 1021 -5 3 „ Deeds........ ? 11 O 0 £6757 2 2
UNDEFINED PRE-EMPTIVE LEASES. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 10 April 1875
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. Applicants are reminded that the rents of the lands in question, for the half-year commencing on the 1st of July; 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 this date — 25th March, 1875. The renewal of rent for 1876 of any of these Leases must be paid in the month of September nest. . . .-???? umrici oj JJoorowa. John Woodbridge, Boorowa, 120 acres,, in the county of Harden, parish of Eubindal ; rent, 10s. John Hickey, sen., Boorowa, 360 acres, in the county of Harden, parish of Nurung; rent, 11s. 3d. Joseph Thompson, Murrimboola, 360 acres, in the county of Harden, parish of Harden ; rent, 11s. 3d. . Joseph Barton, Murrimboola, 600 acres, in the county of King, parish of Bala ; r...
YOUNG—APRIL 6, 9.20 A.M. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 10 April 1875
YOUNG— Apbil 5, 9-20 a.m. A terrible conflagration took place here yesterday, causing great destruction of pro perty. The following buildings were burnt to the ground : — Cohen's Albion Hotel ; Schmidt's Jeweller's Shop ; Hopkins & Gates Drapery Establishment ; Armstrong's Chemist Shop ; The Oriental Bank ; Benjamin's Jeweller's Shop ; Walker's Saddlery Establishment ; Minter's Criterion Hotel. The fire broke out at half-past 2 o'clock. There is great distress ; and the streets are lined with furniture. Apbil 9, 620 p.m. The inquest on the recent disastrous fire here has terminated, the verdict being that it originated accidentally.
THURSDAY, APRIL 1, 1875. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 10 April 1875
Thursday. April 1, 1875. In the Legislative Assembly. Mr. Buchanan, on the Speaker taking the chair, said he should seize the very first opportunity of bringing under the consideration of the House what he believed to be a gross breach of privilege — the taking of money bj- a representative of the people, lor pleading the cause or any particular person before the Government. Such a breach of privilege had been committed, and the member he charged with it was the member for Yass. That member had confessed that he had taken money for specially advocating individual inter ests before a Minister of the Crown ; and if before a Minister of the Crown, then before the Govern ment Mr, Fitzpatrick' had not only confessed that he hajtuken mpney for the advocating oflj such.claims,rhutiiad even declared it , to be his; trade or profession — that lie got his living by it. All -thjs, Mr. Buchanan contended was nothing mor^e jjgr;le8s than. an putragepus breach of -privi- iege ; and he proceeded t...
PARLIAMENT OF NEW SOUTH WALER WEDNESDAY, MARCH 31. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 10 April 1875
PARLIAMENT ©F^EWlSotTHWALES. WBDNEeiAT, MAEOH 31. ' In. the Legislative Assembly, — ? - i '???' -'??. Mr; Buchanan moved,— 'That this House, will/. |pn^Mi^|iext^eB81yeSt8e1f.ihto» committee of .ftfeiapblf, ftWcQnejder, of an address to the fevemor,|6rayjhg 'ihjji^bls Excellency will i-e 'pleafe4t«|caus6,;toie;i|)laced on the Estimates tor tbBrpresent year rajsumpt xm)%pr tne pur pose of enabling the respondents to' clef end the appeal in Ahe-ale' Joachim Jr. O'Shanassy, now ^before' Tthe; Prjvy.^ Council,: and the decision Jin 'whicli will'decide the question as. to the legality of the conditional purchases which have been made by infants or minors with the sanction of the.- Government and of Parliament under the 13th section of the Crown Lands Alienation Act of 1861.' In moving this, the hoij. member Stated, that' he thought the proper time to discuss the matter would be in committee.. He asked the Government to come forward in this way, .because the' Government were, as it were, a...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 10 April 1875
Is published at the Office, Mars&en- street , Burrotoa, every Saturday morning, in time for circulation by the early Halls all over Hie Colony. Terms of Subscription : — When paid in advance for 3mo»Ois,5s.; if booked, Gs. Single copies, 6d. All accounts are rendered quarterly, and prompt settlement is requested. For Advertisements the following are (lie charge* :— For the first inch or less of space, Ss. ; for evny tui$t quenl inch or less of Vie same advertisement, 1*. 6d. £p A reduction of twenty Jive per cent, will be made on alt Jft advertisements inserted for three months ; aai (ff 10 per cent, if inserted for one month. Bubbowa :— Printed nnd published by GhtOMB Eisos, at the News' Office, Mareden-ttreeU
IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 10 April 1875
IMPOUNDINGS. Geabben Gvlles. — Impounded at Grabber* Gullen, on March 25th, from Grabben Gullen, by Mr. M. Hogan : — Reddish roan horse, off hind foot white, like c; or H over H B near shoulder, broken, 4 years, 14i hands. To be sold on April 15th. Muhrumbdrrah. — Impounded at Murrumbur rah, on March 22nd, from Currawang Creek, by H. Beckhain, Esq. : — Bay mare, I D over 2 near shoulder, broken ; bay foal at foot, unbranded. Also, on the 23rd, from Cole Creek, by Mr. E. Murphy : — Chesnut horse, M over JB conjoined near shoul der, star and stripe, broken. Bay mare, D B near shoulder, W over R off shoulder, star, sore back, broken. Brown mare, 4 near shoulder, E S near ribs, like J C (the J reversed) over C off shoulder. Bay mare, j, near shoulder. Bay mare, star near shoulder. Also, on the 24th, from Cunningham Creek :— Bay draught mare, B over bar near shoulderr aged. Also, on the same day, from Cunningham's Creek :— Grey borfie, WT near shoulder, broken, aged. Also, on the 27th, f...
COLORADO POTATO-BEETLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 17 April 1875
COLORADO POTATO-BEETLE. In my last I referred to the ravages committed by the Colorado beetle amongcthe potato crops. The subject has been deemed important enough to bring to the notice of Parliament On Febru ary 8 Mr. Herbert asked the Chief Secretary for Ireland whether her Majesty's Government had taken any steps to prevent the introduction of the Colorado beetle into Ireland by the importa tion of American 6eed potatoes, or otherwise ; and should no precautions have been already instituted, what were the intentions of Her Majesty's Government on this subject. Sir M. H. Beach said the subject had been brought under his notice some weeks ago. He thought it right to cause inquiry to be made as to the number of Governments in Europe which had adopted pre cautions in this matter, and he found that the Governments of Belgium and Austria alone had done so. These governments had been taking measures to prohibit the importation of American seed potatoes. With regard to the facts stated i...
EUROPEAN MAIL NEWS. AUSTRALIAN WINE AT THE VIENNA EXHIBITION. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 17 April 1875
EUROPEAN MAIL NEWS. AUSTRALIAN WINE AT THE VIENNA EXHIBITION. In a review of Mr. Henry Vizetelly's report on wine and beer shown at the Vienna Exhibition, the Saturday Review says : — ' We mu6t confess to being slightly surprised at the extent, variety, and success with which wines have been produced in Australia. The jury which sat upon the wines was specially conversant with French, Spanish, and German wines, and therefore competent to to deal with Australian reproductions of them. The samples of Hermitage from Victoria were so excellent that the French experts seemed struck with astonishment, and insisted that they were tasting a fine French wine which had been sent to Australia and brought back. They required a distinct affirmation from the agents in charge that these, wines were of genuine Australian growth. The reporter mentions that in the Reports of the Paris Exhibition of 1867 Austra lian Hermitage is very favourably spoken of by Frenchmen, who are at least excellent judges...
STOCK AND STATION REPORTS. [A. E. MIDDLETON'S REPORT.] [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 17 April 1875
STOCK AND STATION REPORTS. [A. E. Middleton's Report.] On Thursday last I disposed of the following stock :— 1 cow, at £5 11s. ; 1 do., at £6 13s. ; 1 heifer, at £4 12s. ; 1 do., at £4 Is. ; 1 yearling, at £2 ; 1 do., at £1 12s. 6d. ; 1 do., at £1 7s. ; 1 steer, at £4 11s/; 1 hackney, at £3 ; 1 buggy horse, at £9 Is. ; and 42 weaners, at 6s. 8d. per head. My sale, as far as it went, was satisfactory ; but in consequence of buyers being very limited I had to turn back Mr. Hume's mob of superior cattle. The continued dry weather has affected the sale of stock in any number. I note sale of Mr. John Sheedy's 520 acres of selected land, at a highly satisfactory figure, to Mr. C. L. Hume. As soon as my proposed yards are completed, I intend to hold fortnightly sales, which I hope to see well patronised. Burrowa, April 16th, 1875. [Brock & Brocghton's Repobt.] Fat Stock. — The trade is fairly supplied. We have some very prime lots of both cattle and sheep that we can offer. Quotati...
COMMERCIAL. BUBROWA PRICES CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 17 April 1875
COMMERCIAL. BURROWA PRICES CURRENT. Flour, fine, £12 per ton, or £1 6b. per bag. Ditto, seconds, £11 per ton. Bran, £5 per ton. , Pollard, Is. 2d. per bushel. Wheat, 4s. 6d. per bushel. Maize, 6b. per bushel. Oats, 5s. per bushel. Barley, scarce, 4s. per bushel. Hay, £6 per ton. Cheese, 6d. perib. Butter, Is. per 1b. Bacon, 6d. perjb. Eggs, 9d. per dozen. Potatoes, 15s. per cwt. Sheepskins, 2d. to 6d. per 1b. Hemp sold at 16s. to 19s. Hides, 3d. to 4d. per lb. Wattle bark, £3 10s. per ton. Sawn Timber (delivered), 20s. per 100 feet
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 17 April 1875
CHUECH OJ^ENGLAND. ST. JOHN'S, BJEEOWA. ON SUNDAY NEXT the Collection from the Offertory will be devoted in aid of the Funds of the Guulburn Dioce san Church Society. Divine Service at 11 a.m. and 7'SO p.m. WANTED, TTTIENCERS, to EEEOT THREE-BAIL Jj FENCE. Stuff laid on line. Price, 1g. 6d. per rod. WILLIAM J. E. WOTTON. Burrowa, 16th April, 1875. WANTED, ONE MILE of DRY LOG FENCING erected. Apply to C. BLOOMFIELD, GeguIIalong. TO SAWYERS. WANTED, A FEW THOUSAND FEET of SAWN STUFF, chiefly Joists, Rafters, and other Quartering. Apply to D. J. O'NEILL. Burrowa, March 25th, 1876, To Fencers. WANTED, MEN with TEAMS, to erect from TWO to FIVE MILES of DEAD-WOOD FENCING. The Highest Price will be given. Apply to JAMES PARKMAN, Calabash Creek. LBaAL. SOLICITOR, Attends at Murrumburrah every Court day ; „ Binalong, Young, and Cowra, on retainer. Office :— Bbul-Stbeetv Scrao**. Evening School. AN KEENING SCHOOL will le openeS ifL in ST. PATRICK'S 8GH00L,S00M on the Evening of MONDAY, 19th A...
WEEKLY CALENDAR. Full Moon—April 21st—at 2.35 a.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 17 April 1875
WEEKLY CALENDAR. Full Moon— April 21st— at 2-35 am. I - ; i i *g :*g Remarkable Events. ?- ° $?1 ? I '* H. M. H. M. 18 6 3rd Sunday after Easter. 6 25 5 35 19 M American War of Independence 6 25 5 34 20 Tu [commenced, 1775 6 26 5 32 21 W Brazil discovered, 1500 6 27 5 31 22 Tli Stuart reached centre of Aus- 6 28 5 30 23 F St. George's Day. [tralia, 1860 6 28 5 29 24 S Shakespeare born, 1564 6 29 5 27 %\i §iUTofoa |]ta SATURDAY, APBIL 17th, 1875.
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 17 April 1875
Once more we protest against the forfeitures Which continually emanate from the Lands Office. We bave no sympathy with fraudu lent selectors, and should be sorry to speak of their chief in the language ?which we nptice has been used in the Assembly by the late and present Premiers. The professed sym pathy of Mr. Parkes with Joachim may be accounted for by the moral obliquity which led him to fraternise with Mr. Hall and Gardiner. Mr. Robertson's reasons for en deavouring to protect the man . from the consequences of his attempted evasion of the Lands Act are less easily understood. When assuming office, in his customary bombastic phraseology, he announced his intention of introducing a measure with a view to the prevention of ' Dummyism ;' yet one of the first acts of his Government has been to recommend the Assembly to furnish pecuni ary aid towards maintaining before the Privy Council the most impudent case of ' Dum myism' which the present plan of alienating the Grown lands has d...
PARLIAMENT OF NEW SOUTH WALES. FRIDAY, APRIL 9. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 17 April 1875
PARLIAMENT OF NEW SOUTH WALES. Friday, Aphil 9. * In the Legislative Assembly, — Mr. Nelson brought in a bill to regulate the registration and keeping of dogs, — and on the motion of that hon. membar the bill was read a first time, its second reading being appointed for thatsday.fortnight ^On the motion of Mr. Nelson the House went into corainitte for consideration of the propriety of bringing in a bill to amend and consolidate the laws relating to aliens. Mr. Nelson explained, that what he desired was to have the law affect ing aliens^ exactly assimilated to that of the mother country. , A resolution was proposed, and agreed to*in -committee, affirming the propriety of bringing in such a bill, and the resolution was reported to the House, and adopted. . .The. adjourned debate on the motion of Mr. jNehSon relative to the abolition of the duty on gold was called on ; but the order was discharged, on the~motiont)f-Mr. Nelson, on the ground that the Government had proposed to abolish t...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 17 April 1875
-% §uiTofoa §ta Is published at the Office, Manden-street y Surrowa, every Saturday morning, in time for circulation by the early Mails all over the Colony. Terms of Subscription ; — Wlien paid in advance for 3 months, 5s. ; if looked, 6s. Single copies, -Sd. ' Alt accounts are rendered quarterly, and prompt settlement is re^ttetiied. For Advertisements the following are the charge* :— For the first inch or less of space, 3s.; for every *ui»«- j quent inch or less of ihe same advertisement, Is. 6d. 4t A reduction of twenty five per cent, will be made on iM V advertisements inserted for three months ; and qf 10 per cent, if inserted for one month. Bubbowa .?^Printed' 'and ? piiHhh'fcd by'OsOBM Eason, at the News' Office, Mareden-itreet.
Latest Intelligence. SYDNEY—APRIL 16, 6 P.M. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 17 April 1875
Ifateat intelligence. (Fbosi Messes. Gordon and Gotoh.) [by electric telegeaph.3 SYDNEY— April 16, 6 p.m. In the Legislative Assembly, — Good progress is being made with the Estimates. - ? ? A warm discussion took place between the Colonial Treasurer and Mr. Parkes during the consideration of the vote for Orphan Schools. Several points of order were raised. A Bill to abolish the duty on gold has been read a first time. The Sydney Insurance Company, has de clared a dividend and bonus for the half-year amounting to 7£ per cent. The 6hip Jerusalem, with three hundred immigrants, arrived yesterday. The Suez Mail-steamer Ellora takes away 17,600 sovereigns. The Mail-steamer Mikado arrived at San Francisco four days in advance of contract time. The Wool Sales have been dull. The- Fat Cattle market is inanimate ; and prices have receded 5s. to 10s. per head. Sheep have slightly advanced in price. In the Wheat market, stocks are moderate, and sales have taken place at 4s. 9d. to 5s. per bus...
IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 17 April 1875
IMPODNDINGS. Grabben Gullen. — Impounded at Grabben Gullen, on April 1st, from Wheeo, by Mr. P. Walsh :— Roan stag, a worker, like e or g near rump, sore on off ribs. To be soldon April 22nd. . , Jugiokg. — Impounded at Jugiong, on April 7th, from Redbank, by order of; Win. Macansh, Esq. :— Black mare, H G or C near shoulder, near bind foot white, broken, aged, 14£ hands. Bay mare, g near shoulder, horse-shoe near thigh, P M over G T over 8 slanting off shoulder, blaze, hind feet white, aged. 15 hands. Black horse, D over 4 over F in circle near shoulder, F iu circle (the F slanting upwards) near neck, «j over . over t- off shoulder, broken, aged, 15 hands. Brown colt, JH conjoined over 7 near shoulder, docked tail, 7 years, 14 hands. Bay horse, i-i over q near shoulder, broken-in, aged, 15 hands. Bay mare, W G over q °2 near shoulder, star, hind feet white, aged, 15 hands. Chesnut mare, y over W over P N over W near shoulder, sK off shoulder, aged, 15 hands. Brown mare, M C over 9 ...
MONEY-LENDING AND DIAMOND MERCHANTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 17 April 1875
MONEY-LENDING AND DIAMOND MERCHANTS. Henry Freeman, the publisher of the World newspaper, appeared to a summons at Guildhall the other day, to answer the charge of having published a malicious and defamatory libel of and concerning Mr. Henry Beyfus and Mr. Albert Boss, in that newspaper, on December 9 last. Mr. M. Williams said that it was intended to ask for an adjournment, that Mr. Hawkins might attend ; but as he was engaged elsewhere, it was decided to proceed at once, and call certain wit nesses, and then, if necessary, to ask for an ad journment. He then proceeded to read the libel, which commenced by saying that money-lending was a ba6e, vile, and contemptible proceeding ; and what he complained of was that a number of persons' names were mentioned who had been bankrupt or insolvent, and amongst these names those of Mr. Boss and Mr. Beyfus were classed as people of the same character. He said they did not complain of the defendant calling them money-lenders or bill-discounter...