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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 6 July 1867
Notice rilflE public aro respectfully informed thut X Mr. J. P. WEST ami MISS JOSE PHINE YOUNG-, assisted by other popular artistes, will appear in a round of their most-admired Entertainments, comprising Tragedy, Cotnody, and Farce, for Two Nights Only — Thursday nud Sa'urdnr, tho 11th oud 13th July, at tho Princess* The* utre. J. P. WEST, Manager. Preliminary HeetLug. A PRELIMINARY MEETING- will bo hold at Gll,OUEEST'S HOTEL, ou Uonday Evening, at 8 o'clock, to consider iho best steps to bo taken to curry out cflieieutly tho Publio Meeting pro* posed to bo held on Tuesday next, in aid of the Floods' Relief Fund. To bo Sold or Let, rpliOSU well-known promises belonging to 1 Mr. JAMES RYUNE, consisting of Wcntherbourd Storo, 50 x 20 feet, iron roof. Also, good iirtkuhouau. A good Stable is utt idled to tho proinhc*. Terms ou -ipplicutiou ut the premises. Missing Friend. TF JOHN DONOIIOE, Harness Maker, JL who left Newtown for tho Wcddin dig gings, should h«ar of this advertisement h...
ARRIVAL OF THE ENGLISH MAIL, VIA PANAMA. GREAT HOPES OF PEACE. IMMENSE REFORM DEMONSTRATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 6 July 1867
ARRIVAL ENGLISH MAIL, VIA PANAMA. GREAT HOPES OF PEACE. IMMENSE REFORM DEMONSTRA TION. Tho P., N.Z., and A.R.M. Co.'s s.s. Rakaia, arrived in Port Jackson at half-past 2 o'clock this moining (Monday). Her dutcs aro from England 2nd May; 'Now York, 11th May, and California, 10th May, Europe (by cable) , 11th May. Tho Rakaia left Wellington on tho 8th April, tmd arrived at Panama on the 4th Mar, after a rapid passage of twenty-six days. Two lionrs after loavius this nort ono ot tho sailors fell overboard ; tho ship cruised about for two hours betweon Barrett's Roof ond tho Heads, with boats lowered in search, but without success. During tho passage .from Panama very adverse weather has been encountered } tho latter part especially being - very stormy, with heavy head wind and high j soas. This has causod tho dolay in hor arri- | val. On Juno 10th tho barometer fell as low as 28'91\ and wes succeeded by a tro mendous gale from tho westward, which has been continued from W. to S.W. up t...
TELEGRAMS. Sydney, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 6 July 1867
TJ3LEGRAMS. [FflOil OUEV11.LE AND CO.] Sydney, Friday. Tns barque H.M. Warficld wus wrecked on Rird Island, on Tuesduy last. Tho whole of the crow wero saved. The tido, on the night of tho 3rd, was higher thun has been known for years, seve ral of tho wharves having been flooded by tho Parliuinent met on Tuesday. Tho Gover nor's speech promisod u now Municipalities' Rill, a Rill to amend tho prcsoot Lund Act, und an amendment of tho Volunteer aud Lunacy Acts. Mr. Garrett has bcon rc-elccfod Chairman of Committees. Tho debate on tho Postal Confcrenco will take plaej on Wednesday next. Subsciiptions uro being raised in Mel* bournoforthe relief ofsufTerers by there* cent floods in this colony.
THE PEACE CONFERENCE. London, May 10, 1867. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 6 July 1867
... OtflB T1SAUJS CONFERENCE. (?Panama Star,' May 25.) London, Slay 10, 18C7. I Tho first session of tho Peace Congress for tho settlement of tho Luxemburg question assembled in this city on tho 8th instant. Tho proceedings of tho Congress on to bo I kejjt secret until tbo closo of the Congress, I This much, however, is'known— that Franco I is willing to accent tho neutralization of ! Luxemburg, and the dismantling and razinu of tho fortress, so that it may not rotnalti as a menace., Prussia is not disposed to con sent to this, and wants tho great Powers to guarantee tlio settlement of the question now and fur orer, by binding themsolvcs to on* gugo in war against cithor power (Franco or Prussia) which iu tho future may scok to aggrandise itself in tho direction of Luxem burg. England hesitates to give any such guarantee, and rather favours tho idea of annexing Luxomburg to Belgium. Ponding the deliberation of tho Congress, both Franco aud Prussia aro making tho most extensivo warli...
BURRANGONG. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 6 July 1867
RUltRANGONa. [FUOU OBB OWN COUUESrOXDEKT.l I Like othor districts we haro experienced : unusually boisterous weather, accompanied , by heary fulls of ruin, although, from our , geographical position, wo have been happily exempted from those disastrous floods whicli hare, in other parts of tho colony, luid deso late many a thriving homestcud, aud sub merged in tho mighty rush of waters tho la hours of years. Whilst wo nro dailr receiving additional accounts from tho flooded districts, disclosing sufferings borno with heroic eudurunco by those uponwluni this unprecedented culutni ty has fallon, it is refreshing to see tho spirit in which tho pcoplo of Sydney have promptly nnd liberally contributed to tho ' Flood Re lief Fund.' As it is a national calamity contributions to this fuud ought to coino from ull parts of the colony, nud I luivo no doubt tiiat this district will vie with others in sympathising with tho unfortunuto sufferers. Wo havo those umongst us who apparently ' never weu...
The Reform Bill. London, May 10. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 6 July 1867
The Reform Bill. Loudon. May 10. AGrand Reform demonstration took ulaco in Hyde Park on the 6th instant. It num bered at lsast 100,000 porsons, embracing gcntlomen, working-men, roughs, women, and children. Tho Gorornuient first prohibited, tho meeting, and then announced that it would muko no attempt to suppress it, but ull tho troops in London uud its vicinity wero kept under urms, and a largo force of police was concealed in a sceludcd part of the Park, ond vehicles wcro kept in watting to couvoy them to any point in caso ol riot. Fifteen separoto meetings woro organised out of tho vast assemblage, at ono of whic h a woman spoko in favourof female sufFrago. Most of : tuo revolutionary spcccbes wero loudty choered by the crowd. Tho police, where ever they mado their appcarauco, wero looked upon with disdain and contempt. The entire press of tho city dcnouncod tho courso pur sued by tho Government. May 11. In tho Houso of Commons, on tho avening of the Oth instunt, members woro eng...
GRENFELL MINING REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 6 July 1867
GRENFELL MINING REPORT. For tho last several weeks vo havo deplored the waut of success which has intended all ulluvial prospecting operations iu tho district, uud expressed our fears that the futuro pros perity of tho ' Weddiu' would iu all proba bility depend on tho extent nnd value of our quarU reefs. Sinco our lust publicution, however, u chuugo for tho better has tukou pW und we Imve now reasonable hope thut what is cnllcd tho ''Seven Mile Hush' will provo as rich ns our present main lead, nud that other leuds may bu fouud in tho ucigh bourhood of the Seveu-mile equal to thoso which have established this ns a gold-field. On Tuesday lust, the GOO or COO people who wcro ' shepherding' at tin Scron-uule, be* coming imputicnt at tho dcluy iu developing the ground consequent on tho working of but u single claim, there was a general roll up for tho purpose of testing the value of tho dirt raised by the prospectors. Tho first dish washed was taken from the heap, and yielded buu- eiuel...
FRIDAY, JULY 5. (Before the Police Magistrate. WAGES. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 6 July 1867
Fbiday, Jrr.v S. (Before tho Polico Magistrate. Georgo Musterfield was summoned by | Anno Kcarn for two week's wages ut £1 per i week. - The agreement was entered Into a fortnight I since, but ou Suuday last defendant instruct* j «d a man named Wulter Valentino, who was » J . staying in tho placo, to tell hor that her ser & vices woro no longer required, but that she I $ 7 was at libertr to alur ....til -}.« rmt n f,,.« 1, /i place. Defendant told her (ho same. I \ rluintitT asked to remain for tho month, as ! ? Hgrcud cm, tha.tii^e^ho. i n ^?^''had served, but defendant refused both^ro* y quests, PlaintiH'then obtained a situation at / luu White llorso Hotel. Judgment for £2, and 8s. Cd. costs. _ Henry Fransis was charged wi'h haring violently assaulted Juntos Rurney, ou tho 17th June. 'l'lio compluinant deposed that ho was a miner, and resided nt the Ono Mito Gully. On tho afternoon of tho 17th June thu do* fondant cume into his hut whou ho (plaintiff) whs in bed, and asle...
POST-OFFICE TIME TABLE. ARRIVAL AND DISPATCH OF MAILS ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 6 July 1867
POST-OFFICE TIME TABLE. ARRIVAL AND DISPATCH OP MAILS AttBlVilS. Prom Sydney. — Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday, at 2 p.m. From Forbes and Sydney.— Monday and Thursday at 0 a.m. From Young and Sydney.— Tuesday and Friday at 0 a.tn. To Sydney. — Monday, Wednesday, ond Fri day. at 12 a.m. To Forbes. — Tuesday ond Friday at 9 a.m. To Young.— Monday and Thursday, at 0 N.B. — Office hours from 0 a.m. to G p.m. . and from 2 to G p.m. On Sundays, from 10 a.m. till II a.m. Money Ordors issued from 0 a.n-. to 6 p.m, Sundays excepted. Each mail closes half-an-hour boforo tlio advertised time of dospatch.
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 6 July 1867
Tueue has been a great deal of complaint expressed, both at public meetings and in private conversation, and also through the | Press, about tho defectivo state of tho law | regarding the management of our goldficlds. This dissatisfaction has by no means been j confined to tho Emu Creek goldlleld. Wo J hear of it on tho northern diggings, and on | the western. Tho minora at Grcnfoll and at the Rocky River ; at Forbes, and at Mudgee, equally complain of the position they aro placed in by bad regulations and the want of a proper Court of Appeal. It is not as is ?aid in the ? Sydnoy Morning Herald,' by tho now notorious elandorer of tho freo selectors and miners, Tit,, thot this discontent is brought about by professed agitators, who work on tho ignoranco of tho diggors, but arises from tho fact that tho miner is fet* tcrcd and hindered from pursuing his occu pation, nnd his well-grounded complaints treated with neglect and indiiTerenco. Wo aro inclined to think that the timo has eomow...
GRENFELL POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, JULY 2. (Before the Police Magistrate.) WAGES. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 6 July 1867
GRENFELL POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, JtTLT 2. (Doforo tlio Polico Magistralo.) WAOE3. Drydon t. Armitiigo.— PluintifT claimed £20, being bulunco for tho building of de fendant's public houso, neur tlio luto Wcddin Mountain police station. defendant admitted tlio debt, but said lie was not thon in a position to jiajr it. Ho would bo on tho orriral of tlio next English Hail. I'iolntifl' required Immediate payment. \ Verdict for plaintifl* for amount claimed, J and costs, £2 Os. Od. Payment to bo mado ' immediately, or iu default, 14 days imprison* liUCKsr. S. Chalmers was charged with haring stolen a fivo shilling picco from tho counter of Mnstcrficld's Hotel, ou tho night of thu 29th ultimo. Defendant pleaded Not Quilt/. Sorgcunt Iveetmn deposed that tho prisoner was given into his clmrgo by Musterfiold on a charge of haring stolen a fivo shilling pieco, his pro)-erly. That prisoner, when charged with the otfcncc, said tho money was given him by Cumpbell for salary. Witness picked up tho ...
LOCAL NEWS. THE RIGHT TO ALLUVIAL GOLD ON QUARTZ CLAIMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 6 July 1867
LOCAL NEWS. THE RIGHT TO ALLUVIAL GOLD ON QUARTZ CLAIMS. As there seeuis to bo somo doubt respect ing the right of quartz claim holders to tho ulluvial guld which may bo iu their claims, wo publish, for general information, tho re gulations aud clauses of the Gold-fields Act, 'which bear on tho subject. It anncars that thu question of tho right of a porson to' mark out aud hold a quartz claim whero ulluvial gold exists, depends on tho opinion uf thu Pulice Magistratu ns to whethor the claim so marked 1 is' ou tho line of tho reef. This, at times, is a difficult matter to decide, but thero seeuis no help but to leave it to tho judgmeut of the Justice of tho Peace. Regulation No. 23. Tho claim allowed to caoli miner ' on the line' of any quartz vein or reef, shall be 30 foot, iu thu direction of uny vciu or reef, uud 200 yards iu width. -
CORRESPONDENCE. [We do not necessarily endorse the opinions ions expressed by our correspondents.] TO THE EDITOR OF THE MINING RECORD. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 6 July 1867
COliRISSPONDENCE. [Wo do not necessarily endorse tho opiu* ions cxpressod by our correspondents.] [?] Sm— A correspondent (Lire and Let Live) in your last week's issue, writing in rcfcrcnco to the privilcgo of parties taking out quarts claims, has pointed out a very serious defect in our present mining laws. The remedies for all tlicso dcfccts aro iu tho hands of tho miners themselves. AH that is required is that proper action bo taken in the matter, aud this can only ho done through continual agitation nnd argument. When Mr. Red man hchl his meeting horc, ho said that ho bwliovcd if u dozon minors wcrn to get toge ther nnd form a codo of regulations, and send them down to the government, ho had no doubt they would soon bccomo law. This might bo a very good plan, but it is ono 1' do not altogether believe in, as it is very proba ble thut a dozen men might mako rcgulatious that would bo far from satisfying tho wunts of the publio. I think a moro preferable ono is to mako suggestions ...
GOLDPIEDS ACT. CLAUSE 4. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 6 July 1867
Golufied3 Aor. Clause 4. Every such Minor's Right shall bo in foreo from tho dato thereof to tUu 3lst of Decern, bcr thon next, and shall, during the said period, authorise tho holder to iniuo upou ' any Crown Lauds' and to occupy (except ns against hor Majesty) for tho purposo of resi dence in connection with tho objeetofmining so much loud as may be proscribed under thu regulations uforesaid t ' aud evory such holder shall, during tho continuance of such Miner's Right,' be deemed in law to bo ' tho owner' of tho claim, occupied by virtue of stioh Minor's Right, uud during such coutiuuanco as aforesaid, all 1 gold' being iu and upon tho said claim shall bo ' dcomed iu law' tu be the absolute personal property of such holder.
United States. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 6 July 1867
United States. A writ of habeas corpus having been issued, Mr. Tellersou Davis will bo brought up at tho Circuit Court of tho United States ou tho 13th May. Surratt was to be tried for murder of Lin coln on tho 27th instant. Thero has been a riot in Richmond, Va., betweon thu whiles nnd blacks. ihu Judiciary Comnuttoo of tho Houso of Representatives aroin session in Washington, oxiuuming witnosscs. preparatory to prepar- ; ing a bill of impeachment against tho Presi- 1 dent, to repurt to Congress when it reassem bles aguiu. b -