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GRENFELL POLICE COURT FRIDAY, FEB. 7. (Before the Police Magistrate.) MINING CASE. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 15 February 1868

GRENFELL POLICE COURT (Before the Police Magistrate.) Mmso Cam. Patrick Kcnnn wus summoned by Thomas S. Quuil for trcj-pjfsing ou claim No. 1, North, Wnrraderry itecf, Mr. Rvall for complainant. From the evidence it api;eAr?d that, for u period of three mont'is, ICennn worked a share iu tbo claim in niiL-slinn. 1mi until tlm C3th .January latt wn* not in p;*»esfjnti of n I miuer'it ii;;1it for the present year. On the | morning of the 30th January Quail took pni i ejsmiui of ICeuna's share, nnd by u vnther 1 Hif.'uliir roiti; i lcure Keniia, who wu* then nt You nt*. hap|K-ned lo take out a 'right' be. tweeij t'icee and fnur iu llie alltrnoou of ibe* Siim«» dnv, nt the lattir place, Quuil ewore positively that ho took possession of the share on the 3'Jth. A witness tiumcd William Randall stated that he thought Quail first occupied the share on tho 3Ut, but wus not i-ertain. I'rom the t:ino Quail took posr.'lsion, Kenmi bus continued to work tho share, und iu»istrd on doim: so. Tho Be...

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LOCAL NEWS. THE HOSPITAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 15 February 1868

LOCAL MEWS. THE HOSPITAL. A mertinu oftlic committee was held nt the I stores of Moses Brothers ' on Wednesday j Present — Tlio Secrelury, and Messrs. I Wulkcr (in tho Chair), Hansen, Cutnpbcll, I und Grahutn. I The minutes of the lust mooting wero read aud confirmed. A letter from Dr. Dyers was rend, stating that ho purposed leaving Sydney for Grenfell on Monday. It was proposed, seconded, and carried, ' that tho list of fiilv-ciiber# to tho llospitid should be udrurtiscd.' It was ordered that a set of scales and weights lepui\haied forthuuoo of thellos Me-srs. Hansen and Graham were set down us visitors to the Hospital for tlio puritoseof cscertainius tho work uctcssaiy to be done to tho buihljiig. Downey's account for wooi1— !0s., (cu old account) who ordered to be paid. The Socrctury reported having received a donation of X10 t.-.mi the sh iridiohleri* of Clfthn *nu. I, Norlli, Uomewurd Uumid lteof, 1 whi'-h ho was diricled to uekuowledgo with The meeting then mljaurned till Wtd...

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
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TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 11. (Before the Police Magistrate) ILLEGAL DETENTION OF A HORSE. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 15 February 1868

Tcejpav, Fedruahy 11. (Before (ho Poli:o Slugistratu) I rcderick Elliott r. Peter de S. Body: remuuded case. Mr. Ryoll, who appeared for dcfeiiduuf, submitted thut his client wus not properly beforo the Court, iiiaxmuch ns he Imd (ho poundkccpcr's receipt for (ho'horse, uud tho pouudkccpcr was, present to prove Iho sule. Whatever proceedings udghi be taken against defendant should, therefore-, bo in 'u civil court, and uot n criminal court. Tho Bench decided on going iuto the cose. Elizabeth Elliott deposed lhat she was the uitoof prosecutor— Frederick Elliott. Had ex-.mdovd the liors* »ml»Wotho Court, und identified it us her husband's propcrtv. About three works previously hnd seen the horse iu posses, ion of u lad named Thomas Winter ut her (uitness's^hut, und about a month before Christmas saw it on the run where it was reared, -dic being then withiu two yirdsof it. Did not examine tho brands nt this time, but knew the horso be its general uppejrar.ee. Prctious lo this had nut s...

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
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HORSE-STRALING. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 15 February 1868

[?] William Downcs was brought up on re mand from the previous Tuesday. (.'onstuble C'ulf deposed to prisoner having j elaiuud tho mure in dispute— a buy mare, : branded B l- near shoulder— as his property, Mating lhat he bad purchased her for 25*. from John Reivlcy, and thut a man ntimid This covroborutcd tho cvidctico of £u' - Inspector Scndcrson. The police hud searched for Chippctidulp, but he was uot to bo found. Thomas Bolnnd, sen., squatter, of the Bold Hill, eight miles from Gretifoll, identified tho mare as his property, nnd sworothnt he norcr fold her, or uuthoriscd uny person tu u»o her. Thomas Boland, junr., deposed thnt tbu marc wus tho ptopcrJy of his father, nnd hud been missing from the ruu six or seven Tho prisoner was committed to tale his trial ut the Circuit Court, to bo he-Id ut Ba tbuut on the J3lh April next.

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
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THE CHAMPIONSHIP OF THE THAMES. KELLEY AND SADLER, FOR £600. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 15 February 1868

THE CHAMPIONSHIP OF THE THAMES. Kelley and SAnt^n, roa £(100. Tho great match between Henry Kclley and Joseph Sadler for tbo Championship of the Thames and £300 a-sidc, has been decided this week in a manner eminently unsatisfac tory and much iu unison with tho way other championships have been contested lately. A foul occurrcd on Wednesday, tho day for which the race was fixed ; on tbo day follow ing, when tho men wero ordered to row over, there was na raco ns all, as Kel'oy, by order Vwariieti ' to him?'' A foul and a row-over afford no plcr.sant termination to a match in regard to which so much public interest was shown i und tho ruco muet huve a baneful iutlucnco ou tho character of professional Yesterday (Friday) Sadler nnd liis priuri pal backers attcudcd »t tho ollk-e of the stake holder, and entered a formal protest against his blinding over tho stakes to Kclley, but we hare reason to believe that they wilt bj owarded in accordance with the dci-i'iou ot tho referee. With ref...

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ANNIVERSARY REGATTA. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 15 February 1868

ANNlVEttSAltY REGATTA. j The two scullers' racc3 past poin d on Anni- , vcr«ury Day, in conscquonco of the inclcmency ; of tho weather, were iipi'oititcd to come ofl'on : Tho firrt ruco w»m lor u'i uiiiien^pnlllnj^a' pair of sculls in light eMtli, to be htindicapped by tho Committee. First prize, £10 10s. 1 sccond, £3 3s. Oalntea, ?t.'lli, R. Or.'on ... ... 1 The llarb, 301b., J. Dunnctt... ... 2 Albert, feather, P. Mulhull ? 3 Victoria, GOlb., W. llieley Pat the Hover, lOlbj U. O'Conncll. Rose of Castile, 51hs-, T. Punch. The turn got oil' ou very equal term?, nnd W. llickey shot two or three lengths ahead boforo milling Dawes* Point. Hero Punch shot up close lo llickey, their boats catno in contact, and their sculls remained locked until ull tho others had gained a considerable lead. Tho boats rounded Goat Island us fol lows.— Green first, O'Conncll, Dunnctt, Mul hull, lliekey, and Punch last. After round ing tho island, Dunnetl led Green by about a length, and it splendid race en...

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
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IN THE ESTATE OF J. F. TAYLOR. (TO THE EDITOR OF THE MINING RECORD.) [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 15 February 1868

IN THE ESTATE OF J. F. TAYLOR. [?] | Sin— Being a claimant iu the estate of tho I lute Mr. .1, F. Taylor, whoso death occurred iu September last, my claim was shortly alter, wards jducedin the hands oftlibaitcntof tho curutorofintcstato estates; uud ulthough tho estate hus long sinco been realised, und Iho Sydney, my claim still rcinuius untitled, thereby causing mo great inconvenience and loss, usl am anxious (o leave the district; but in cousequcnce of this dcluyof tho people iu Sydiior 1 mil unable to leave. With your kind permission I wish to givo publicity to th's matter, us I am ut a bss to know why over four months is ullowed to elapse, aud my claim uot vet puid. A CREDITOR ANI? A POOR MAN. Grenfell, Feb. 13, 18GS.

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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 15 February 1868

MISCELLANEOUS. A Sexbidle DsroaiTOB.— An American paper -gives the following:— 'At tho Six* penny Savings Bank, a littlo newsboy, with, out ajacket, and only one suspender (und that a string) , confronted tho teller rccontly, aud demanded to know whether 'sho was ail right'— (meaning the institution)— becauso if she was, ho didn't mean to bo scurcd, if every* bodr clso wus. Hu'd cat. fortv.two oenta salted down thero, aud all hi wunted was his (tho teller's) wordof honour that it wouldn't spile. Tho teller assured hiiu lhat his money was ready for hbu nt any moment. 'Nuff said 'tween gentlemen ; but 1 don't want it,' rcjoinod tho youth ; and, with a selfcomplac* out, wcll-sutirllcd air, ho wulked out of the bank. 'Is she good?' cried two or threo other uewsboys, who wero uwuiting the result at Iho door-steps. ' Yes, sirreo I* he replied, ' as good as wheat. Ketch our bank slop. You ought to seed tho gold in der safe I' - How much was thoy ?' inquired n compan ion. 'Moro'n u house fu...

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
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CORRESPONDENCE. [We do not necessarily endorse the opinions expressed by our correspondents.] THE BLAND—MR. EGERTON'S LECTURE. (TO THE EDITOR OF THE MINING RECORD) [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 15 February 1868

CORRESPONDENCE. [We do not necessarily endorse the opin ions expressed by our correspondents.] THE BLAND— Mil. EGEKTOX'S LKCTL'KK. ! tfni — 1 «:i- much surprised with throwing r;|'.ir: jvu? Bland correspondent fcive ofn ' 1.' - -i;r- by one Ifenry Kgcrton, :? bidluc!: tbp.er on c lA-ijhb.nirin^ttal'on, lately ''de- iivi-ri'ii in /.in.-iiirjurclJ. The h-cture was ii.i -.iy r ??-.-. p-.-e 1 i-i pitigiarisius from * Lock ii:.ti i- i . i-. .tou. ii book he borrowed iu in.-; 1.' Aittnugh the p.i?S!t«;c9 had not been t that lie could uot pro* is.'. a;,' »? Die ri.,-ple,t wtirdi fi»r which « child in his 'Tnird Dji.k' would be whipped, would lunc been sullicient to establish so eon tcmpiiblcu Jnud. His audience of thirty —and somo of his patrons, who can neither rea I nor -vrilc--umuv.ltlk'!in?lvc.- by making ftces at hiiu while he was blundering over his M.S. At length onu of llio three gentlemen present, for tho fourth had ulrcndy left, callcd out in disgust, 'Stop now, Ki-erton j or ten...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 22 February 1868

BIRT H,' On Sunday morning, thu lGth, Mrs. D. Bbk* JAMl.s, of adaughtor. 1 DIED, At Grenfell, on tho 17th February Instant* Riukcca, (ho wife of Mr. William W. liullister, lute of tbo Commercial Hotel, George-street, und duughter of Dr. Piue, formerly of Maidstune, Englund, aged 23 year*. (Bydney papers pleas* copy.) :

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 22 February 1868

Wonted A RESPECTABLE GISL, as Oeasrol Servuut. Apply to UllS. SAUNDERS, Opposite theBruudah Machine. Wanted TENDERS Will be received by the under sigued, on tho Claim, up to 0 o'clock, on MONDAY, the 24th instaut, for Carting 1000 Tons of Quarts from tho Homiiwnrd Bound Prospecting Claim lo the Brundah Macbiue. RICHARD ENOLE. February 19tb, 1808, Tenders PARTIES willinc to contract for Iho Rais ing of 300 Tons of Stone from Ihe Prospocting Claim, Brlttanlu Reef, are re quested to send Teodors In to WILLIAM BOOTH £ CO., on or before 2 o'clock, on TUESDAY, tho 25th instant. All informa tion can be obtained on the claim. ?CONNOLLY A PARTY. Notico- I ALL parties indebted to Iho undersigned aro requested to pay their respective accounts {forthwith, or to make arrangements for payment, as the advertiser is about leav ing tho colony forEurono. JOHN HANSEN. Clarendon Hotel, George street, 21st Fe bruary, 18-»3, : Notice. To Intending Purchasers of tbo Claren don Hotel. 11III5 undorsignod cl...

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
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LATEST TELEGRAM. SYDNEY, Friday, 6 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 22 February 1868

LATEST TELEGltAJl. (Fsoil GttEViLL&'d TBt.BaUAA(COUPAKr.) SVDNEV. Friday, G p/«. Tho floods aro subsUtn*. TbeDuko uf Ediuburghein'jarKs for Q'toens . land to-night. Two burques and threo brigs havo been wrecked nloug Ihe coast, eleven li'e* lost. Sir Doiuinick Daly, Governor of South The ship 'Earl Dilluitib' h us arrived with her cargo on fire ; tho passcuger* havo been landed all safe. Tho Victorian elections have resulted in tha roturu of fifty-eight Ministerialists, and twenty Oppositionists. New lnsolveut — Joshua Bcattie, luto ol GrenfeU.' ' ^ ?'

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WEDNESDAY. SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 22 February 1868

Wednesday. Stdn'ky. I Tho barquo 'Esmeralda,' from Liverpool, I for sjydney. has been stranded, and thobri- I gantiue ' ICellermont*' has become a total J wreck near Port Stevena. The latter TCtsel was insarod in Sydnoy. rNo lir« wero lost, I Breadstulf* ore advancing at Adelaide, 3rd. I ney, md Melbourne. First-claia new wlicat is no iV worth 7s 9d to8i at Adclaiilr. Messrs. Burt and Co. uaotu fat cattle at 17s Oi to 20s per lOOlbs j 1st sheep (COlbs), at 8s to 8s Od. New Insolvents. — Thomas Ridlor, of Double Bay, innkeeper; Johu M'Cann,of Spring Creek, Sofalu, publican ; Edmund Dohcrfy, latoof Lambtou, late of Raynaud Tcrracc, Storekeeper. At tho B-eohworlh General Sessions on tho 5th intt., Z tdok Porter was charged with having, as collco'or aud treasurer of tbo North Ovens Rnud Board, embezzled certain moneys rsceived as rates, and brlouglng to the Road Board. Mr. Bowman defeudod tho priioner. ? After a largo quantity of evidence had been taken, Mr. Bowman addressed.tho Court f...

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TUESDAY. WINDSOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 22 February 1868

Tvmday. [?] The ram ha* coated, --ut tbo river rose abont two feet last night. It is now at its highest, huTing risen altogether about thirty feet, or balf.as high as tlio Juno flood, Thu water is foorfsut'ovcrtha FitsroyDridee'. Th'o threo boats sent by the Government were happily ahedmlors Homo 1'ic - if, the Parliamen- ! tary Excursion, und tbo German Torchlightf Procession, have nil been postponed in conso--| quence of the inclemency of tho weather. T Most of the inaizo and other crops in tjio ; JIawkesbury district havo been subaergod'by i tho flood wuturs. Boats havo been sent lo Windsor by tho Government, in compliance with applications from parties thrrc, who think they will be re quired during the flood. An emigration of au exlensivo chnractcr to Maryborough diggings has foirly set in. Tho otlico of the A.S.N. Co. was beseiged on Friday by upplicauts for passage!', some of whom had only just nrrived from New Zealand. The cabin pacsoge is £8, aud the stecrago £3 10s., per st...

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
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NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 22 February 1868

NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. AlL letters intended for publication must be accompanied by the rent name and address of the writer— not necessarily forpublica* tion, but for the information of the editor.

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
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LATE NEWS. MONDAY. WINDSOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 22 February 1868

LATE NEWS. (TmtoconanEVit-LB'aTuLEaBAU Courivv) j Monday. WlNDSOB. The river roso a great deal Inst night { it is now bank high, aud beginning to break over in some places. The South Creek and low tht* aro already flooded. The water is rising and beforo evening it 1* probable that all Iho low lands will bo inundated. A greut portion of hind on Coruwullis und Clurenuoit Bot tom;, nndalong Itiekaby's Creek, is submerged; Wilborforco aud Freeman's Reach uro still drv. Tho water is now nbout half the height of'tho Juno flood. Tho rain has ccased for tho prosout. Newcastlb. Chslvdra, btrqite, has been I jst fifteen tuilr* north of Port S.epheu*. Ono man drowned. She was bound from Melbourne lo Newcastle to load cool for uu eastern port. MAlTLlttD. There has been incessant rain sinco Friday uioruing, and tho river has rlson 18 foot; it has, however, risen only ono inch since 7 man Wullis Creek is overflowing its banks in low plaoes, and tbo low lands in Louth Park are covorrd. At Singleto...

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
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COMMERCIAL. RECORD OFFICE, Friday evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 22 February 1868

COMMERCIAL. Recoqd Opwcb, Friday evening. Trlccs of general produco at GrenfeU are quoted to-day us uudor:— Fino flour, £12 per ton. llay,£u to £0per tou Corn 6s. Oats, 3s. Od. to ts. Od. Butter, fresh, Is. 4J. to Is. G.f. Eggs, Is. Od per doz. Bacon, 8d per lb. Cheese, 5d. to (id. per lb, The 31b. loaf is now retailed ut Od. BATHURST PRICKS. Best fino silk-dressed Hour, per ton,w1iolo sale, £14; retail, 15s. per lOCIbs. Household Dour, per ton, wholesale, £12 retuil, 13* per lOOlbs. Scconds, per tou wholesale, £11 ; retail, 12*s per lOOlbs. Pollard, per ton, £4. Bran, per tou, £3. Wheat, 4s G.l lo 5* Corn, per buithel, ncw,3*9d to 4* 3d Outs, white^ditto. 3s 3d to It Oats, soe'd ditto, U* to 3* Od. Capo Barley, 3s to 3«. Od Huy, per t it, £3 to £4. Ditto, Income, diitc, £2 10s to £3 Potatoes per ton, £4 10*. Onions, per owf., 10s to 12*. Butter, salt, per lb. Is lo Is Id Ditto, fresh, ditto, 1* Id lo Is 3d. Bacon, good, perlb..7d to 8,1. Lurd,ilittc, Gd to 7d. Cheese, ditto. 4|d to...

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
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PARSIMONY NOT ECONOMY. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 22 February 1868

PARSIMONY j NOT ECONOMY. It has been decided by the Government that the duties appertaining to tho two offices of postmaster and telegraph-muter at Qrenfoll shall for the future be performed by tho same person.— Wo hear that; on tho resignation of tho present postmaster, the tclegraph.mxster irsa requested to undertako tho dutioa of the post'OfficA iu addition to^thoso now performed by him, but tliathe declined unless an assist ant were allowed him. Upon this his removal to another station was ordered, and a gentle* man who was in chargo at Wagga Wagga, is to*do duty hero. It niuot be obvious to those who kuow any thingoftlio work to be performed in eaeh office in this town that it will be very difficult, in fact almost impossible, for the requirements of the puhlio to be properly attended to if ' this intention of the Government is carried 1 into effect. It Uoot, perhaps, so much the amount of work to be performed in the day, which in aueh a town as Grcnfell constitutes the difficu...

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
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THE HOSPITAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 22 February 1868

THE II03P1TAL. A meeting of tho Committed was held en Wednesday last. Present t Messrs. Walker (in tbe chair), IFhuscu, Purss. Campbell, Galonski, and the Secretury. Dr. Byers was also in atten dance. Tho minutes of tho lust meeting wero read dud confirmed. Reioivcd, 'That tea, sugar, bread, and meat, should in futuro bo supplied iu quanti ties as follow :— To patiouls— Sugar, 1 lb i tea, quarter of a pound per week. To wardsmuu and matron— Sugar 31b, tea )lb, woolly j aud Sib bread, uud 31b meat, daily Resolved: ' That 200 cards, 0 inches by 4 inches, be ordered from Ihe printer, for tbo purposo of having ono olllxed lo the hcud of thi- bed of each uutient, stating tho name, when admitted, the disease, aud prescribed diet. The following accounts were ordered to be Jeremiah Barlow, wood nud water, £1 lis -td. Georgo Gent, undertaker, ,,. £0 4s tid. Dr. Austin ? £10 15;, 4d, Drs. Auitiu undBcutty, ... £1B Is -1J. £38 12s Od, Resolved s ' That a portion of tho femalu ward be partition...

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