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BURROWA COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 14. (Before W. J. E. Wotton and G. Eason, Esqe.) Breach of Grown Lands Occupation Act. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 17 April 1875
BURROWA COUBT OF PETTY SESSIONS. Wednesday, Apbil 14. (Before W. J. E. Wotton and G. Eason, Esqe.) Breach of Crotm Lands Occupation Act. Michael Farrell pleaded guilty to an informa tion, laid by Sergeant Hitch, which charged him with'liaving cut andfjemove'd timber from Grown Lands without a license. '^- : vH':i! '-.^''^ V: \r* Sergeant Hitch produced an authority from the present Minister for Landsjto prosecute all offen ders against the Crown. Lands Occupation Act. The Bench remarked that although this bad been hitherto a very common practice in this dis trict, and one which did not appear to have been ?much notjeed, iand sthey were consequently indis posed to inflict a- severe 'penalty, the- defendant ought to have known perfectly well that a license was, .necessary, before, Xe^puld., legally, ^remove , timber! from Crpw,a .Lands, and, he had rendered himself , liable to jp, penalty of £5. tinder the circumstances, they would impose a small penalty enly upon the defendant. Fined...
LATEST INTELLIGENCE. LONDON. APRIL 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 17 April 1875
LATEST INTELLIGENCE. SEnTER's TELEGRAMS TO AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATED PBESS. London. April 5. Els Royal Highness the Prince of WaleB has returned from Italy. ..--.' '; . The Emperor Francis Joseph of Austria and Victor Emmanuel, King of Italy, met at Venice. The: meeting was characterised by great cor diality. There were some splendid feUt.in honor of the occasion, and much enthusiasm was shown by the people. . Spain.— King Alfonso has promulgated some educational decrees which are. thought to be of a reactionary nature, and have called forth a protest from the professors. April 7. Germany sent a Note to Belgium, suggesting that it should' make some alterations in its laws, iu order to repreBB the attack of the Ultramon tanes. In this Note it is intimated that- States wishing to preserve the advantages of neutrality should avoid anything tending to affect it. - Bel gium replied that its existing laws are sufficient. The Australian Direct Steam Navigation Com pany has collapsed, and a liq...
THE CASE OF MR. MITCHEL. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 17 April 1875
?THE CASE OFSMR.- T4HX3HEL. iNtteHouse'of Commons, on February 18, the election of $fi. John Mirohel for Tipperary was considered. ; ,.: . ,'.,., -V.. ??.'..? .? -7.*, ' . ?? Mr. Disraeli commenced a long discussion by mefly: narrating the facts of the case of Mr. Mitchel's conviction of. treason-felony and his escape from the colony, and concluded by moving the first of the resolutions of which he had given' notice — 'That John Mitcbel, having been con victed of treason-felony, and not having received a pardon under the Great Seal; nor endured -his sentence, has become, and continues to be, inca pable of a seat in -this HouBe.' Mr. -O'Shaughnessy complained of the precipi tancy with which these proceedings were hurried on, and on behalf of the electors of Tipperary asked that the subject should be deferred. Sir H. James admitted' that the precedent of O'Donovan Rossa disposed of the doubts formerly existing whether it required attainder to dis qualify ; but he confessed to great do...
MORT AND CO.'S MONTHLY CIRCULAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 17 April 1875
MORT AND CO.'S MONTHLY CIRCULAR. The result of the London February-March wool sales has fulfilled the anticipation expressed in our circular of the 12th ultimo, the cable having in due course advised us of a gradual hardening tendency m the market, until the decline at the opening had been fully recovered, and sustained until the close — a result all the more satisfactory from the fact that an unusually large supply had to be dealt with. Indeed, it is now very evident that the bulk of the year's supply will be forth coming at the two first sales of the year, and it is feared the unprecedentedly large number of bales expected to arrive for May will have any thing hut a beneficial effect upon the market. We may, however, fairly assume that the proba bility of extensive arrivals for the next series was calculated upon when dealing with the Feb ruary wools, and that the better rates paid at the close of those sales were not inconsiderately given, but were either the result of careful ca...
SYDNEY ANNUAL EXHIBITION. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 17 April 1875
SYDNEY ANNUAL EXHIBITION. The accounts which lmve been given bj^tiw ^dney Press^c^±lig_gr£at-1&nriuBrMeti'i^olrtBn ' 'BxJiibitteD'piifealtogether too long for trans ference to our columns. All the visitors agree that taken as a -whole, the display has far ex ceeded that of former years ; and that the results of the strong competition at present proceeding in tbe different descriptions of stock ere clearly shown in tbe magnificent collection of cattle which have, this year made their appearance at the show. The sheep as usnal have made but an indifferent display, the precautionary dippings for scab effectually preventing tbe colonists of New South Wales from sending any of their prime stock for exhibition. Of the exhibits of Wool, the Sydney Mail writes :— -Considering that wool-growing is one of tbe principal industries of the colonies, there were fewer exhibits in this section than might have been expected. The samples, numbering rather more than a hundred, that were forwar...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 17 April 1875
Extract from TOWN AND COUNTRY JOURNAL, Novembee 29th, 1874. 41 In regard to Messrs. Eiley Brothers' business announcement in another column, with respect to the forwarding of bales of goodB to country resi dents, we have been requested to state that the goods -are of the bert quality, and imported from the leading London, and Manchester, and provin cial houses. The £5 packages are about two feet square, and are forwarded, by arrangement with Messrs. Cobb and Co., to any post-town, free of carriage, within. 300 miles north, or soutb, or west of Sydney. In order to meet the convenience of free-selectors, or persons residing beyond the ordinary mail routes, there are packages made up for transmission by pack-horse, &c. The packages are guaranteed to be delivered within six days from the receipt of orders sentto their address — 167 and 169, Oxford-street (formerly South Head Road), or 608, Brickfield-hill. On a recent visit to the establishment it was found that there was an amp...
POST-OFFICE TIME-TABLE. ARRIVAL AND DESPATCH OF MAILS. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 17 April 1875
POST-OFFICE TIME-TABLE. ABRIVA& AND DESPATCH OF MAILS. Arrivals. From Yass. & Tangmangaroo : On Tuesday, Wed nesday, Thursday, and Saturday, at 4 p.m. From Young and Marengo : On Monday, Wednes day, and Friday, at 7*30 fl.m. From Dalton and Eye Park: On Saturday, at 6* p.m. From Reid's Flat, via Phil's Creek and Hovell's Creek : On Monday; at 5 p.m. Departures. For Yass and Tangmangaroo : On Sunday, Mon day, Wednesday, and Friday, at 8 a.m. For Young & Marengo : On Wednesday, Thursday, and Saturday, at 4'20 p.m. For Rye Park and Dalton : On Friday, at 7 a.m. For Reid's Flat, via Phil's Creek and Hovell's Creek : On Sunday, at 6 a.m. Money-orders issued daily, from 9 a.m. until 4 p.m. On Sunday the Office will be open between the hours of 1 p.m. and 2 p.m., for delivery only.
RE-OPENING OF ST. JOHN'S COLLEGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 17 April 1875
RE-OPElJJWG iQt ,6TV J0HJ^r00LLE-3afL (From 8. MrMenM.) THEJRoinan Catholic Gollege of St John, within the tMferhity'&fyfiwjrj «u Opened yesterday; withstanding the vinfavourable weather. -a very! large number of persons were txi .attendance ;on the occasion— pot only members of the Roman Catholic con&'unibn, but also members of other ' den ominatibns^inoldding professors of the Hebrew faith. In this large .body, of visitors there was^a considerable proportion of ladies. ' — — — ;- In the Chapei, PpntificarHigh Mass; was sung by the Most Reverend ATcbbiibbjrPolding, at halfrpast 10 o'clock. Five suffragan BishopB (including the Bishop of Adelaide) were present at this ceremony. .'' * ' ?' After the conclusion of the Mass, the Right Rev, Dr. James Quinn, the Bishop of Brisbane (being robed in, a;. cope and wearing his mitre), accompanied by, the other Bishops, -and; attended; by Deans Sheridan and Forde, proceeded to bless the College, making the circuit of the buildi...
JOACHIM VERSUS O'SHANASSY. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 17 April 1875
JOACHIM versus O'SHANASSY. (JProm the Sydney Morning Herald.) The papers asked for by Mr. Farnell in the case of Joachim v. . O'Shanassy were laid 'upon the table of the Legislative Assembly, and ordered to be printed. The first is » letter from the Crown Solicitor, . Mr. John Williams, and is dated Aug. 21, 1868. . Mr. Williams says :— 'I do not see any objection to conditional purchase by infants. If a convey ance be made to an infant he may, when he attains full age, decline to accept it, or if he die underage the person obtaining through him may also decline. . This, however, is. unlikely to happen. An infant is1 however, incapable of selling any interest he has in land, and if allowed to transfer a conditional purchase, questions as to the right of the purchaser may arise, which will give the Government Borne difficulty in settling.' The next paper is an opinion from Mr. Wil liams, Crown Solicitor, dated 22nd February, 1862, in which he says that an infant may purchase land dur...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 24 April 1875
®fje §niTofo;i §ta Is published, at the Offuse, Zfarsien-street, JBurrowa, every Saturday morning, in time for circulation by the early Malls all over the Colony. Terms of Subscription :—When paid in advance for 3 montfts, 5s. ; if hooked, Cs. Single copies, 6d. All accounts are rendered quarterly, and prompt settlement is requested. For Advertisements the following are the charge* :— For the first inch or lens of space, 8s. ; for every subse quent inch or less of Hie same advertisement, If. 6&. Mt^ A reduction of twenty five per cent, will le made en all ^^ advertisements inserted for three months ; and of 10 ' per cent, if inserted for one month. Bdbkowa: — Printed and published by GEOBOS : Eabon, at the News' Office, Martden-ttreet. ;
IMMIGRATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 24 April 1875
IMMIGEATION. The Rev. James Greenwood, M.A., in an abW letter to the S. if. JTera&Z upon the land revenue of the colony, says : — ' , , ','.'?'' '? 'Theiriq?t profitable investment of this revenue, 'in'myopjnioh, is just the one in which' we have. . ,spjnt leas'tr — immigratiQ^.. Hie popular crjC. Jfor free-selection before survey, which so mateoy^ rially contributed to the passing of our presedflfl Jband Act, was supposed to be based on adesuBj^r 'to open up the country and rapidly settle ijpoi' the' public domain' a thriving and industrious . ;population. Yet out of the «um of £7,000,000 of ' land' revenue during these fourteen years, we ? bave spent only £101,000 on immigration, about one-seventieth of the whole, and far less, than we have been paying for our mimicry of a etand ingarmy. Meanwhile, we have scattered a small community of 700,000 people over an area of more than 300,000 square miles; we have had to followtheni with all the appliances of Government at two or ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 24 April 1875
WANTED, FNCEES, to ERECT THREE-BAIL FENCE. Stuff laid on line. Price, Is. 6d. per rod. WILLIAM J. E. WOTTON. Burrowa, 16th April, 1875. TO SAWYERS TTTANTED, A FEW THOUSAND FEET W of SAWN STUFF, chiefly JoiBts, Rafters, and other Quartering. Apply to D. J. O'NEILL. Burrowa, March 25th, 1875. 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 PABKMAN, Calabash Creek. LEG-AIi, Ee. Hear? (L Beawaa, M.A., SOLIOITOE, Attends at Murrumburrah every Court day ; ,, Binalong, Young, and Cowra, on retainer. Office :— Beial-Steeet, Buhbowa. CAUTION. A LL PERSONS found Trespassing in my JLX. Paddocks, or Driving Stock off the Bun, without having first obtained permis sion, 'will be Prosecuted according to law. JOHN J. GARRY. Gayfield House, Mylora, 12th April, 1875. Medical (preliminary). DR. T. C.~ARCHDALL, L.R.C.S. et Phys., Edin., et L.M., Late Staff Asst. Surgeon to H. M. Forces, HAS ARRIVED in MURRUMBURRAH...
PARLIAMENT OF NEW SOUTH WALES. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 14. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 24 April 1875
PAELIAMENT OF NEW SOUTH WALES. ? Wednesday, April 14. In the Legislative Council, Mr.' Docker laid upon the table by-laws of the municipality of Lcichhardt, report from the Agent-General for Immigration for 1874, Vacci nation report for 1874, report from the Municipal Council of Sydney relative to Sewerage and Water Supply for 1874, report of Proceedings of Conference of Chief Inspectors of Stock for the several Australian colonies held in November, 1874. return to order resnectinsr relicious instruc tion in Public schools, and report from Chief Inspector of Stock on Live Stock for 1873. Mr. Samuel moved for the production of all cor respondence haying reference to the San Francisco Mail Service, including a letter from Mr. George E. Dibbs, addressed to the late Colonial Secretary, asking for information, on behalf of his con stituents, the Pacific Mail Company, and Mr. Parkes's reply thereto. The lion, member's pur pose in asking for these papers had reference to statements made pu...
THE BRIDAL WREATH. AN ITALIAN STORY. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 24 April 1875
[?] trig! ' ! Down witK .those tiresorne rhands ; you: jumble together ill my leaves ; you give me. one colour inBtead'ct iheS&ierj' yp^'iteip6hip§j£L\' I haFO; done.1 i Be it knoWto yojij bbweves:, that1 I am determined you Bhall not leave ?Padua until These pettish words, qualified with the(ew*ete?t of entiles, were addressed by a beautiful girl cf. sixteen to a youn^g man .who was siihng. beside her, and taking i mifechievous ^jleaBurei in dis turbing her. woirTt— nywj-catching hold of her bands, now removing out of her feach something that she wanted, nbwpjaying 'with b^r long and:: luxiraarit' hair^wblch -floated negligenfly^nber shoulders : affectionate interruptions,1 wbich left a doubt whether the name of .brother or iover better suited them. But the light which flashed: from the eyes of hthe youth,, and seemed to . irradiate the' countenance of the maiden, .showed that -bis emotions were more, rapid and ardent than those inspired by fraternaHove, They were seated at...
WEEKLY CALENDAR. Moon's last quarter—April 29th—at 5.22 a.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 24 April 1875
WEEKLY CALENDAR. Moon's last quarter — April 29th — at 5.22 a.m. 5 * I % || *g 'g Remarkable Events. *c ™ SS ? _i_f_ H. M. H. M. 25 J3 Uh Sunday after Easter. 6 30 5 26 261 M Great Plague of London c, 1665 6 31 5 25 27 Tu Great Hawkesbury Flood, 1842 6 32 5 24 28 W Cook landed at Botany Bay, 1770 6 33 5 23 29 Th ? Peace decld. with Russia, 1856 6 33 5 22 30 F ? 6 34 5 21 1 S Prince Arthur born, 1850 6 35 5 20 ffijje §uiTofo;i §fcfo8 SATUBDAY, APRIL 24th, 1875.
LATEST INTELLIGENCE. REUTER'S TELEGRAMS TO AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATED PRESS. LONDON. APRIL. 13. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 24 April 1875
LATEST INTELLIGENCE. reuteb's telegrams to australian associated peess. London. April 13. Political uneasiness in reference to foreign affairs is subsiding. In the House of Commons, the Right Hon. B. Disraeli said that the matter concerning which Germany and Belgium had been in communica tion had now been concluded ; but if the inde pendence or neutrality of Belgium were threatened, the Government would know its duty, and not fear to meet Parliament. The Messrs. Rothschild have issued a Russian Loan of £15,000,000. London, April 17. The Chancellor of the Exchequer, Sir Stafford Northcote, brought up the Budget in the House of Commons. The estimated revenue for the coming year is £75,685,000; the estimated expenditure, £75, 268,000 ; leaving a surplus of £417,000. He proposes a readjustment of the brewers' licenses and stamp taxes, which will reduce the surplus by £357,000. An excited debate took place in the House of Commons yesterday, on a motion of Mr. Disraeli, to reject a petiti...
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 24 April 1875
If it be difficult to anticipate the fate of the Amending Land Bill so ostentatiously in troduced by Mr. T. Gavrett (the Minister for Lands), it is at least easy to pass an opinion upon its merits. It seems natural to suppose that a Government which numbers so many professed Land Ministers among its members should approach the land question with confidence that they know something of the subject with which they intend to deal — something of the defects which they propose to cure — and sufficient knowledge of the co lony which they govern to entitle them to an attentive hearing when they propose to the Assembly remedies which they consider essential to its welfare. In each of these respects Mr. Garrett's Bill reflects no credit upon its author. In its present shape it is one of the most injurious measures which could be offered for approval to the Legislature of New South Wales. Leaving all the evils of the Land Acts of 1861 untouched, it introduces new provisions which leave unlimit...
UNCLAIMED LETTERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 24 April 1875
UNCLAIMED LETTERS. The following List (No. 6) of unclaimed letters lying at the General Post Office, Sydney, we take from the Government Gazette of 13th inst. : — Ship Letters. 34 G. Hofman, Castlestead, Burrowa 63 D. J. Morgan, Hyandra, Lachlan 69 A. Myers, Lachlan River Inland Letters. 15 Ah Ling, Burrowa 58 John Artan, Cowra 3 Peter Bachan, Murrumburrah 73 John Benham, Cowra 201 Jno. Brown, Burrowa 204 Joseph Brown, of Sydney, Burrowa 271 Byrnes & Royer, Cowra 5 Mrs. Bridget Cahill, Burrowa 35 Mrs. Edmond Canlield, Cowra 50 Patrick Carroll, Burrowa 53 John Carroll, Galong 1 'William Dacye, Young 56 Thomas Delaney, care of — Tozer, Esq. surveyor, Cunningham 156 P. Dwyer, Young 157 Joseph Dwyer, Burrowa 4 John Fardy, hotel, Burrowa 29 George Field, Binalong 103 Mr. Grimstead, Steam Milk, Cowra 30 Mr. Hanes, Cowra 105 Mr. Henley, Black Range (2) 202 J. R. Hume, Grogan, deceased, Young (2) 30 Wm, Johnson, care of D. Campbell, Cowra 52 W. J. Mathews, Burrowa 139 Thos. Ryan, ca...