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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 22 April 1876
Uhureli of 'Eiig'Tantir . GRENFELL ? - ??H' rpHANICSGIVlNG SEnVICES will he -L' - held. Morning and Evening, in Holy Trinity.Churchj TO-MORROW (Sunday), April 23.: ?: ;;i .,' -Jr.-r : -Tj yi; Rov. F S WTLSON, ' : ? u 'Incumbent.' THE GRENFELL ALLIANCE . FOR ? TBE SUPPRESSION OF- .INTEM- PERANCE. —The usual :.Monthly^ Meet ing will be held, in the Temperance ' Hall, on TUESDAY EVENING next, at g p.m! H. Burrell, Esq., has kindly consented to take the chair. The programme will com prise Addresses, Recitations, Dialogues, & Readings. .By order of the Committee. I i;-v. -, . , J . C. RYALL. WAiNTEl) Atj AP : .about 12 or 14,, to mind a flock, of 60Q, Sheep; Apply to i \ , james comekford, .... WANTED ; TWO MEN to ,'Sihk a' Well.' ! 1 . ;. GIBSON BROTHERS, . ? . , . Caragabal. ? .- Architects, Builders, and others. ffOMPETITlVE DESIGNS aro invited up to WEDKESDAY, 31st May ensuing, for a new Church of. England at Gronfell. Cost, exclusive of internal fit tings, Hot to exceed £150...
IMPOUNDING. [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 22 April 1876
IMPOUNDING^. : GOOLAGONG. — Impounded at Gorila gong, on: the 8th day of April, 1870 from Tiniiot Station; by order of P; in Boland, oEsqi; J.P. : sum due; at, . ! .. date-'. ?? of- ? notice ' set 'after 1 ' each . . animal ^ Bay horse, . docked tail, white spots on v ; back, a tew grey hairs on forehead; v , like M 'J3 near shoulder, 131 near cheek; aged, 15 hands ; lis. Impounded from Binda;' on the1 11th day i of' April \ '1876, by order of John : j. ; West,- Esq. ; ? re-advertised through ? escaping from Pound . — Bay 'horse;1 some joints of tail, half circle i over .TL- near shoulder, half-circle over AW near thigh, aged, 15 -hands ; ' 9s. 'J ' ' : Also, 011 '? tho 13th.. day of April; 1870, :from Eugowra Creek, by Mr. Leader ; ? sum duo at date of notice, 7s— Grey mare; collar marked, long tail, H J. ,- slanting near cheek, H ov?r J2 over 1 ???? .'.like 2 near shoulder, aged,'-l5i hands ? If not released, will be sold at' this Pound. on: first Thursday, fourteen' days after, p...
VIA TORRES STRAITS Brisbane Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 22 April 1876
YIA TORRES STRAITS ' ? i' ' Brisbane, 'Monday. ' The Queensland, .with the , English mails, arrived at Towns ville this morning two days early. She left -Hongkong 011. the 25th March, . Singapore on., tho ; 3rd, April,, and landed 450 Chinese at Cookr town. ? . ?? ? ?,: ? Advices generally havo beon antici pated. Lord Lytton sailed for Calcutta on March 1. Tlie Turkish Ambassador at bt. Petors-! burg has expressed an opinion that peace will be speedily restored in the insurgent proviuces. General Sehenck has left for Washing- . ton with the view of meeting his calu mniators. _ : 1 The King of Asliantee paid another in- . stalment of 500 ounces of gold 011 account..! of the indemnity to Dr. Goldsbury, at Coomassie. The gold was found to be adulterated, and live days were given to replace it. ' , An inquiry iiito the loss of tlie Strath clyde is being conducted. A Bailor states that if the boats of that vessel had beeh lowered several lives' would have'' been saved. i J . iv A, Novel....
English News. London, April 14. [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 22 April 1876
English Se'w,„ I'l'ltOM THK IIKmLD's TK1.EOUAM3 J ..-London, April 14. Trtn bill creating Her Majesty Empress of India has passed tho House of Lords. The exemptions from the income-tax amount to £150, 000, and the deductions to £120,000 on incomes under £'100 per annum. Tho University Boat Race between Oxford and Cambride was won by tho latter, by four lengths. The race too' j placo ou Saturday, the Oth April. ( Tlie Chambers voted a decree ompordv' ing President MacMahon to abolis. tllG 'state of siege in Paris, Lyons am' , Marseilles. - The Ministry' oppose tho aran^y pro posal;:';. ---'' h .\:::'y^V . ' The Paris' Universal Ex.h'wxwi will open in May, 1.878. ? The Assembly, when '- erifjing the elections, annulled tho^.of humerous Bonapartists and Legitimists,- but ratified every Republican olurwuii, . t M. Gambctta lias i.-oeii elected Presi dent of the AsaeniMy. The French Budget is boing, considered inooinmitte. , The Khedive of Egypt has postponed tho payment of his April and...
GOVERNMENT SAVINGS BANK. [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 22 April 1876
GOVERNMENT SAVINGS BANK. A branch of this bank is conductod in con nection with tho Money Ordor and Post Office. The Bank is opon for tho receipt o deposits, and for the payment of tbo Bamo during the following hours, viz. : — Daily (except Saturday) from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.; on Saturdays from 10 a.m. to noon, and from 7 to 9 ti. m*. for the reccint of deposits only. Sums of ono shilling, or of any number of ? shillings or pounds, may bo deposited. Interest at tho rate of 4 per cent is allowed I on tho money deposited ;' but whenever, from time to time, the principal, or tho prin cipal and interest together, standing to the credit of any one depositor amount to tho ?um of £200 all intoroBt will ceaso.
OUR LOCAL HOSPITAL. To the Editor of the Grenfell Record. [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 22 April 1876
OUR LOCAL HOSPITAL. To, the Editor of the Grew fell Record. Siii, — As a few of those intolernttt J specimens of humanity to be found. in] every; small . community — busybodies— I have, chosen to .make. a mountain out of a molehill, iii reference to a commission of 10. per cent, received by mo 'from sub-, scriptions and donations to the Grenfell Public Hospital, and fchoir'misreprosonta-, tions being likely to place ine in an equivocal position, I think it j,is; only proper that I should state the whole of' my .connection with the institution, in order tliat the subscribers, and general public may, lea,rn what little .credence can bo attributed to statements emanating' frpm;these,' stump orators.' ,' .-.j; ; At a preliminary meeting of persons interested- in our, local hospital,- held at' .Moran's Tattersall's Hotel, , 011 the 13th November, 1875, -R. M.. Vaughn, (Esq., in the chair; it was unanimously resolved that, the institution. should be re-opened, iii the earlier portion . of...
TELEGRAPH OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 22 April 1876
TELEGRAPH OFFICE. TelegramB are sent within tho colony at a uniform rate of Is for 10 words, and Id each extra word. A telegram of 10 words con bo sen to any part of Victoria for tho ram of 2s. To the Southern Section of Queensland 2s Central 2a, Northern 8s. ToSowtb Australia 2s. Tasmania, 7s. TelegramB aro bIbo transmitted daily by cable to any part of United Kingdom, Telegrams of 20 words can be sent to England for the sum. of £9 12s 6d. In addition to the usual working hoars the Telegraph office will bo kept open till 8 p.m or the receipt and transmission of telegrams J. P. OLSON, Eleotrio Telograpliand Postmaster .
HOLY TRINITY CHURCH. ELECTION OE WARDENS. [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 22 April 1876
HOLY TRINITY CHURCH Election oe Wardens. — O.K. Jgcffldirelflgflmiid ih'«r Ann«~i F. S. Wilson; presiding'.'^ fhTweeniii wiuch was a small one, was opened' by singing and prayer, after which the' Chairman explained the twofold object of the gathering, to receive the report of the of the outl/oinrr offir.nrn nnd wardens for the ensuing twelve months'. He would endeavour to keep those two objects distinct, and hoped, that observa tions mado would bear on. the relative business at such time before the meeting He said it was customary at these Easter meetings for the clergy of the' parish to furnish some outline of the progress and position . of, affairs, but circumstances had called .them, so fre quently together during .the.past year, to discuss church matters,.; that 'they were in possession? of all the informa- i tion lie could ? give them.- s-He , 'briefly alluded to some of the operations engaged in since the tenure of pffice of the.present wardens— tho extinction: of :;the church...
AMATEUR PERFORMANCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 22 April 1876
AMATEUR PERFORMANCE. On Easter Monday night, tho members of t.Iiu - Amateur Dramatic Club gave a performilnce — ono tliat fully carried out our anticipation's of being tho best «iven for some timo past — in tho Oddfellows' Hall. There was a large audience, the front seats being packed, and some of them 'had a narrow escape from a ciush consequent upon a falso alarm being given. It appears that, just after tho curtain rose on the first piece, thero v/as an unusually large firo in ono of tho houses at the upper end of George-street, which attracted the attention of somo' mad-brained person, who, excited doubt less by the festivities of tho day, lumped to tho erroneous conclusion that tho placo was in danger, and rushed towards the hall raising an outcry of 'Fire!' The alarm was increased by a still more culpa ble individual beating the gong gonerally used to give warning of the outbreak of a conflagration. Ignorant, of course, from what direction to expect tho danger, tho majority of ...
SYDNEY. MORT AND CO.'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 22 April 1876
SYDNEY. Mokt and Co.'s Report. Wool. — Since writing on the 17tll ultimo, only a moderate amount of busi ness has been clone in this market, the quantity available having been compara tively small. The demand has on the whole been fairly sustained, and, con sidering tlie unsatisfactory nature of the recent advices from England, at a good range of value. The proportion of good conditioned clips submitted has been very limited, and for these there has been active competition. Tho continued absencc of rain lias hitherto interfered considerably with the demand for unwashed wools, excepting when in attractive condition. Our sales include ,027 bales taken as follows : — Washed fleece, inferior to good, 12d to 17:} d ; greasy, Old to 9d and scoured 13Jd to 15)d per lb. With regard to the Home market, the second series of public sales commenced on the 2Sth ultimo, as arranged. On tlie openiug night, while there was a large attendance and spirited biddings, values were weaker than at the pre...
HOSPITAL FETE. [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 22 April 1876
HOSPITAL FETE. I The picnic ill aid of tho funds of our local hospital was held in Slee'sr paddock, on Eastor Monday. Fears ivertj enter tained during tho latter portion of the previous week that the rain, which then promised to continuo, would interfere with tho success of tlie affair ; but the moruin-i in question broke fine and clear, and although the rays of the sun were warm, they wore not oppressively so, and more charming woather for outdoor recreation c iuld not have boen desired. The members of tho Oddfellows', Sons of Temperance; rind tmited Miners' bodges had signified tlieit' willingness to join in the procession to the ground, and accordingly all assembled at their respec tive lodge rooms, at 9 a.m. A start was made shortly before 10 o'clock, tho pro cession bo in;r arranged as follows — Drum and fife' band (who, it must not be neglected to mention, gavo their sorvices gratuitously), Oddfellows, Sons of Tem perance', aind United Minors, attended by numbers of youngsters...
GRENFELL POST-OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 22 April 1876
GRENFflLL POST-OFFICE. Ofllno hourB (working daje) from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., and from 2 p.m. to 6 p.m. ; on Sun. days, Olinstmis Day, and Q-ood Friday, rh ofGco will open for the delivery of loM.ers only between the hours of 9 a.m. nnd 10 o.m. ABElYAl AND DISPATCH OF MAILS ARRIVALS. From Sydney, Melbourne (seaborn) Cowra, Cnrooflr, Ctinowindra, Butlturst Mudeoe, Gulgone, Tambaroorn, Hill End and Sofalu — Wodnpadaye, Fridays and Sundays at 10 p.m. From Melbourne (ovorland), Young, Wagga Wa;gu, Burrowa, Yass, Goulburn, Albury, nnd Deniliquin — on Tuesdays and Fridays, at 6 p.m. From Forbes, Parkes (BuBhman's), Goola gong, Orango, Wellington, and Dubbo on Sundays and Wednesdays, at Q p.m. From Morangorell, Marsdens (tho Bland), Wollongough; Temora, (Tho Rooks), Oooramundra, and the Murrumbidgee on Tuesdays 11 a.m. and Thursdays at 9 p.m. DEPAETTOES. To Svdnoy, Melbourne (seaborn), Cowra, O ircoar, CanowindrB, Bathurst, Mudgee! Gulgong, Tarabaroora, Hill End, and Sofala — on Tuesdays, Thur...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 22 April 1876
(AUSTRALIAN JOINT STOCK BANK GRENFELL BRANCH. pURRENT Accounts opened. ' Interest allowed on fixed deposits. Igp Drafts issued on the chief towns in ip the Australian Colonies, and England, ||i Ireland, and Scotland. | . Advances made, bills discounted, and m\ all usual banking business transacted. |§ J. J. ANDERSON, | Manager. j GREAT EASTERN I HOTEL, ; j GEORGE STREET. i geoege ' stokes ft.; T)EGS to inform his friends and the &? ' 1/ public that he has purchased |= the GREAT EASTERN HOTEL, lately ; m the occupation of Mr. Stibbard, and n liich will be conducted in a manner j, : n liich must give every satisfaction. The whole of the Hotol has been put into thorough repair, and visitors can i lcly upon receiving every attention and comfort. s The stock of Wines, Spirits, and Boors I Ins been selected with great care, and iv ill be found equal to any in the district. B Apartments for private families. | GOOD STABLING, ijj Competent and Careful Grooms. I PRINCE OF WALES I HOT...
IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 22 April 1876
IMPOUNDINGS. GRENFELL. —On tho 10 th April, from Coolegong, by Mr. S. Jerredy . — Bay horse, MIC over TYD faint near shoulder, 6 years, broken. Also, on 12th April, from same place : — Brown horse, ^ over B like WD faint under near shoulder, like JC over JC off shoulder Bay mare, M near shoulder, M off shlder Bay mare, star and snip ED sideways near shoulder _ | Bay mare, star, near hind foot white, illegible brand near Blioulder Grey maro, JW near shoulder, 9 near thigh, 410 off shoulder Brown horse, off fore and near hind foot white, F m near shoulder, W over pi off shoulder Brown horse, JW near shoulder, 5 near thigh, 1731 sideways off shoulder Bay colt, star and snip, roach back, like B and HH conjoined (blotched) near shoulder Bay mare, like MT over C or Or near shoulder Black colt, three white feet, J ovor s-i off shoulder, blaze face Baymare, GIL over R near shoulder Bay colt, unbrandod Grey horse, IM over 2 over JB (the J reversed) sideways near shoulder, collar marked Bay h...