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FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 11 August 1877

FOOTBALL. The first match of the season was played on the Show ground, last Saturday, between the married and single members of the Grenfell Football Club, and resulted in a com paratively easy victory for the bachelors. The ground had been previously carefully laid out for this game, which was looked! forward to with a good deal of interest, both sides being very confident of success, small betB of ' half crowns ' being freely offered by the admirers of the Benedicts, and eagerly taken up by tlie single men. At about three o'clock or a little after, there being then about fifteen aside, play was commenced, and Mr. Waugh, as captain for the married side, and Mr. Crommelin as captain for the single men, tossed up for pick of goals, Mr. Waugh having won the toss, elected to kick towards the eastern goal, there being rather a strong breeze blowing that way. So far, fortune seemed to favour the married men, but as soon as the ball was got into play, and not withstanding that the wind wa...

Publication Title: Grenfell Record And Lachlan District Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
COURT OF REQUESTS. TUESDAY, AUGUST 7TH. [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 11 August 1877

COURT OF REQUESTS. Tuesday, Atoost 7th. P. Davorbn v. P. Joyce. — In this case plaintiff sought to reeover £4 2s lOd, the amount nf a dishonoured cheque given for oats, chaff, grog, &cn supplied to defendant. The latter denied having received the things, and said they ought not to have been given without an order. Plaintiff having proved the delivery of the goods,. » verdict for the amount wns- given.

Publication Title: Grenfell Record And Lachlan District Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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DECISIVE TURKISH VICTORY. THE RUSSIAN POSITION IMPERILLED. London, August 2. [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 11 August 1877

DECISIVE TURKISH VICTORY. THE RUSSIAN POSITION IMPERILLED. London, August 2. All accounts from tlie seat of war confirm the report of a great and decisive Turkish victory at Plevna, after two days' fighting, and after tremendous cannonade. The Russians attacked and carried the first and second of the Turkish position, but were subsequently driven back by a deadly fire from the Turkish infantry. The Turks then advanced, and recaptured all the positions. The slaughter was enormous The Russians forces consisted of five divisions of infantry, three brigades of cavalry, and 160 guns. The deafeat imperils the Russians posi tion at Tirnova. South of the Balkans, the Russians en countered the forces under Sulieman and Rediff at Eski Saghra, on Tuesday, but were repulsed loosing several guns. The Russian forces in the vicinity of Plevna, are now acting on the defensive. The Russian army in Turkey in Asia is moving in a south westerly direction from Ardahan. The advanced guard is now near Pen...

Publication Title: Grenfell Record And Lachlan District Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 11 August 1877

Terribly damaging to the system are those fiery compounds of cheap, unrectitied spirits surcharged with-highwines and fusil oils, which their nefarious venders and' importers either insinuate' or openly declaro to bo- equal to Udolpho Wolfe's= Schiedam- Aromatic Schnapps;. As tc the counterfeits of that supreme invigoranb they are even worse. Ask for the true article,, and if any other is recom mended teject it.

Publication Title: Grenfell Record And Lachlan District Advertiser, The
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EAVESDROPPING. (To the Editor of the Grenfell Record.) [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 11 August 1877

EAVESDROPPING. (To the Editor of the Grenfell Record .) Dear Sir, — Will you kindly, through your columns inform the long-whiskered little gentle man who was discovered eavesdropping when the Progress Committee were sitting last Mon day evening, that for the future, if he wishes to avoid detection, it would be advisable for him to either put out his lantern or leave it at home. Faithfully yours, A LOVER OF FAIR PLAY.

Publication Title: Grenfell Record And Lachlan District Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FREEHOLDERS AND SELECTORS ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 11 August 1877

FREEHOLDERS AND SELECTORS ASSO- 1 CIATION. A meeting of the members of the Grenfell Freeholders and Selectors Association was held at the Prince of Wales Hotel oil Thursday aftornoon for tho adoption of rules and plat form, J. Q. Wood, Esq., J. P., President of the Association, in the chair. Mr. Easton, Hon. Secretary, read the minutes of the previous meeting, which were confirmed, on the motion of Mr. J. Newman, seconded by Mr. Buckman. Several present enrolled themselves as mem bers of the Association, and paid their subscrip tions. Mr. Easton, at the request of the Chairman, read a pamphlet published hy the Murrum burrah Association, entitled ' Our Land Laws,' the salient points of which were in accord with the objects of the Grenfell Association, and which concludes with an appeal to the members to obtain by such constitutional means as lay within their power tlie return of members of Parliament at the forthcoming general election who will pledge themselves to support the fol lo...

Publication Title: Grenfell Record And Lachlan District Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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RELIGIOUS NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 11 August 1877

RELIGIOUS NOTICES. Clergymen officiating in Grenfell may have . their appointments gratuitously notified in this column, if forwarded to the office by 8 a.m. of the day preceding publication.] Church or England. The following services will be conducted (d.v.) in Holy Trnity Church,' Grenfell : To-morrow (Sunday). At 11 a.m. ? Rev. F. S. Wilson At 3 p.m. (Brundah) ... Rev. P. S. Wilson At 7 p.m. ... . Rev. F. S. Wilson

Publication Title: Grenfell Record And Lachlan District Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 11 August 1877

AUSTRALIAN JOINT STOCK BANK. GRENFELL BRANCH. CURRENT Accounts opened. Interest allowed on fixed deposits. Drafts issued on tlie chief towns in the Australian Colonies, and England, Ireland, and Scotland. Advances made, bills discounted, and all usual banking business transacted. . J. J. ANDERSON, : Manager. GREAT EASTERN HOTEL, . George-street, Grettfell. GEOME STOKES. GOOD ACCOMMODATION . FOR TRAVELLERS. Good and secure Yards for Teamsters, with plenty of water, free of charge. -Booking Office for J. Still's Royal Mail Coaches, Grenfell to Forbes (Wednesdays and Saturdays) ; also for Joyce's Royal Mail Coaches Grenfell and Young (Sundays and Wednesdays) Good. Stabling, until plenty of fodder. TATTERSALI/S . TURF HOTEL. GEORGE-STREET, GRENFELL./' JOHN L. M'lVER BEGS to inform liis friends and the publicthat having purchased Tattorsall's Turf Hotel, formerly in tlio occupation of Mr. Sylvester Dain, he has RE-OPENED the same. The house, which has been thoroughly repaired, offers sup...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 11 August 1877

However desirable a new Parliament may be, a dissolution of the Assembly before tlie pass ing of a new Electoral Bill will be putting the country to unnecessary trouble and ex pense, with the certainty of no possible good accruing. In case the present crisis lead to a dissolution, the first business of the new Parliament would be the passing of a new Electoral Act, which accomplished, and suf ficient tirje allowed for the collection of the fresh electoral rolls, a dissolution must necessarily follow, and the country again he agitated from one et d to the other by party strife. At the best of times a general elec tion sadly interferes with every kind of busi ness, except that of tho printer, and for two elections to follow so closely upon each other, especially after the long Reason of de pression which has been, and still is, affect ing each section of the community, cannot but be attended with sprions consequences. The present Parliament, under any cir cumstances, must cease to exi...

Publication Title: Grenfell Record And Lachlan District Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 11 August 1877

NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. All letters intended for publication must be accompanied by the real, name and address of the writer — not necessarily for publication , but for the information of the Editor. THE GRKNPELli ttRCOIil). SATURDAY, AUGUST 11, 1877.

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SPEND YOUR MONEY AT HOME. [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 18 August 1877

SPESD YOUR MONEY AT HO-VIEl; Eight reasons why people should -8pa .d their money ht home : — / ? | 1st. It is your hmne ; y m cannot iuipr-'Vu j much by taking money away tn spun I i-. nnd in- ? vest. ? 'v J 2nd. There is no way of i ??pWiviiii' -i place f--.- i niuch as l-y encouraging goo I merchants, j.0011 Rchol'ls, and ifuod people to settle am y«u, and this cannot be done unless you spend your, money nt home. 3rd. Spend your money nt home, because that is where you generally get it. 4th. Spend your money at 1,'Iiip, because when it is necessary f- ir yem to get credit, it is of your own town merchants yon have gene rally to got it, and they must wait for the money. Therefore, when yon have the cash in hand, spend it all at home. otli. Spend your money at home It will make better merchants of your un rclia its ; they can and will keep bptter assortments, m-d sel' at lower rates-than if the only business ihey can do is what is credited out, while the money goe to other places, 6...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 18 August 1877

ABSTRACT OF AUCTION SALES. Monday Next.: . J. L. WAUGH, at his Yards, at 12, Ewes. Wednesday Next J. L. WAUGH, at his Yards, at 12, Prime Fat Cattle. ' Tituhsday Next. THOMAS HOLTEN, at Oma Creek, at 12; Selection, Dwelling-house, Furniture; Sheep, Mare, Dray, Harness, -!fcc. CATHOLIC. ' '? Mass will be celebrated at — Goolagong — Sunday, August 19th. Oddfellows' Hall, Grenfell. FOR TWO NIGHTS ONLY Commencing Monday lext, Aug. 20th THE HARfM) SEARELL Musical, Comedy, & Burletta Company, In their GRAND PRODUCTION OF 'Diamond cut Diamond.' Musical Comedy in two acts, introducing ' twenty-four entirely new .and original Sorigs, Dances, Instrumental Solos, and Funny , .lm-i personations. FUN WITHOUT VULGARITY . Admission- 3s, 2s, and Is. Seats may be reserved at Mr. W. H. Hazelton's Fancy Repository, where plan of Hall may . be seen. R. F. ROPER, R.A.M., Advance Courier. ' Happy Hours.' — 'Diamond cut Diamond' was repeated at the Theatre Royal last night, with great success, the...

Publication Title: Grenfell Record And Lachlan District Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 18 August 1877

I , Mom : : Pastoral, Agricultural, AND Horticultural ASSOCIATION. EXHIBITION, 1877 List of Prizes to he given by the above Asso ciation at its Exhibition to be held on the Show Ground at Grenfell, on THURSDAY, 6th SEPTEMBER. President — J B. WOOD, Esq Vice Pbksidents — F F. GIBSON, Rpq | R HALLS. Esq. Bon 'I BRASUHKR— J ?! ANDERSON, EaQ Hon .Joint Pecbktabibs — E. P. AGNEW. | J. L. WAUGH. Audi tobs — R- M VAUGHN | J. Q. WOOD Messrs. Committee — Messrs. T. H PATEMAN D. PYNE J DENT R. M. VAUGHN J Q WOOD .T NEWMAN F. ALLEN C J. 1NGREY A HAMBLY F. MILLER J. NOWLAN W. 8. POTTS i W R. WATT, jun.! J. RICH : P. DAVOREN W. F PA BEER JAS NEWMAN P. WAL3H R. HILL W.B HOWARTH G H. FLANNERY Dr. RYLEY REGULATIONS FOR EXHIBITORS. l.THn nntne, residence, and district of the exhibitor, the breed of the animal intended to be exhibited, the pedigree of the stook bo far as known, of sjieop the time of shearing, of produce as full particulars bb possible, must be given to the Secretaries, with entry, be...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 18 August 1877

The Young Progress Committee has, in its wisdom, seen fit to enter a protest against, the proposed division of tho Lacliliin elec torate, and has, moreover, presumed to call Mr. 'Watson to account for attending to the wishes of those of his constituents residing at Grenfell — Grenfell evidently beinsr, in the estimation of these gentlemen, subordinate to Young, and consequently having no 'right to be heard in matters pertaining to the elec torate without the approbation of Young. Mr. Watson, accorcing to the dictum of this committee, was in duty bound first to ascer tain the wish of Young, and do its bidding, instead of permitting himself to be ' led away by a few Grenfell gentlemen, who are always kicking up a row about something.' This is scarcely-in accordance with Grenfell par liamentary language, or Grenfell's idea of liberty, whatever it may bo with that of Young ; at all events it is not a very com plimentary way of speaking of the Grenfell Progress Committee, who called the ...

Publication Title: Grenfell Record And Lachlan District Advertiser, The
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To the Editor of the Grenfell Record. [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 18 August 1877

?To the Editor of the Grenfell Record. Sir,— Would you kindly afford me space in your journal to thank Dr. Ryley, Mrs. Fletcher, Mrs. Teston, and Miss Golan, for their atten tion and kiiidness to me when in the hospital. H.id it not been for Dr. Ryley's perseverance and natience, I do not think I could have undergone tho dangerous operation which ho so skillfully performed. I am sorry to say that the Matron was very harsh with me, although slio was ' very kind ' in the doctor's presence. Yours obediently, . A. R. D. SIGMONT. Opening of St. John's New Ciiurcii, Forbes. — The opening of the above church will take place on Wednesday, the 29th instant, on which occasion tho Rev. Canon Smith of Bathurst will preach. A Protectionist Leader.-- The Sydney correspondent of the Melbourne Age, writing in the most jubilant manner on the result of tho election for Northumberland, says : — ' All that New South Wales wants to make it the most protected country in tho ^ world is a leader like Sir J...

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THE POLITICAL CRISIS. [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 18 August 1877

THE POLITICAL CRISIS. Sir Henry Parkes announced to the Assem bly on Friday that His Excellency the Governor had sent for Sir John Robertson, and that that gentleman had accepted the task of forming a new Administration. Sir Henry Parke,s then moved the adjournment of the House until Friday. Since then various runionrs have reached us respecting the difficulty experienced by Sir John Robert son in forming his .Ministry, some objecting to act with those who had already accepted appointments, and others' on account of the probable short duration of. the Ministry. The following are tire principal gentlemen with whom Sir John Robertson has communi cated : — Mr. Docker, Mr. Stuart, Mr. Gar rett, Mr. Farnell, Mr. Watson, and Mr. Combes. The Treasurersliip was offered both to Mr. Stuart and Mr. Watson ; the former declined it on account of his intention shortly to visit England, the latter from a considera tion of his business interests. Mr. Farnell, Mr. Wisdom, and Mr. S. H. Terry also re...

Publication Title: Grenfell Record And Lachlan District Advertiser, The
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(To the Editor of the Grenfell Record.) [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 18 August 1877

(To the Editor of the Grenfell Record.) Sir,— Just spare me a space for a suggestion to the police, which is, that if they can find out the miserable sneak who is constantly sending anonymous letters to people who have never done him harm, it might probably give them a clue to the identity of the scamp who was mean enough to steal the money from beneath the foundation-st'ohe' of the church. Yours, &c. , TRANSPARENT.

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Local Intelligence. GRENFELL PROGRESS COMMITTEE [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 18 August 1877

Local Intelligence. GRENFELL PROGRESS COMMITTEE Iho following were the proceedings of the fourth general mebting of the Grenfell Pro gress Committee held on tho evening of the 14th inBtant, and furnished to us by the Secretary : — Present — Mr. D. Pyne (in the chair), Messrs. Levy, Burrell, Pinkstone, Easton, Mullor, Fleming, Cottome, Davoren, Ingrey, and J. D. Campbell. Minutes of previous meeting read and confirmed. Tho following letter was also read : — 'Barrack and York-streets, Wynyard Square, Sydney, 9th August, 1877. Dear Sir, — I have your favour of the 3rd instant, and shall have pleasure in doing all I oan to p'jish forward the matter of tho petition on the subject of the late appraisement of land at Grenfell. — Yours faithfully, James Wat son. Mr. J' hn D. Campbell, Grenfell.' The. following resolutions were agreed to — That the Secretary bo instructed to write to our member, Mr. James Wnt*on, request ing him to obtain a c-py of Major Wells' report on tho Young and Grenfe...

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By Electric Telegraph. PARKES, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 18 August 1877

By Electric Telegraph. .['Press Telegram Association.!. . . PaBKES, 'Thursday. iue yuoensliuid : .Jtdotel ? was burnt' to the grouiiJ this morning. Nothing was saved. , ? SYDNEY, Thursday. The Hawkesbury Guineas was won by Black Eagle, Excelsior getting second place. For tho Grand Handicap : Janitor, 1 ; Timothy; .2 ; Priam, 3. Friday. - The Supply Bill passed the Upper House. The Ministry will probably be sworn in to day, and the writs for their re-election issued this evening. The R.M.S. Normanhy, via Torres Straits, has been wrecked on tho Northern coast. The, crew and inails were saved. The weather is threatening. LONDON, Saturday. Tiie correspondent cf the Times and Daily News reports a wholesale butchery of Christians south of the Balkans by Turkish troops tided [? aided] by merchants and landed .proprietors. Thirty churches and five bunded schools and colleges were burnt to the ground. Large num bers of Bulgarians and other fugitives were killed. It is estimated that between ...

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CHURCH OF ENGLAND TEMPERANCE SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 18 August 1877

CHURCH OF ENGLAND TEMPER ANCE SOCIETY. Tiie monthly meeting of this Association was held in the church on Monday evening last, the President in the chair. The audience was large, and evinced a very great interest in the proceedings throughout. T.ie meeting having been opened with singing and prayer, the Rev. President read a short portion of the 5th Chapter of the First Epistle to the Corinthians, and in the course of his exposi tory remarks dwelt very strongly on the ad monition not to keep company with drunk ards. The reading of the minutes was de ferred to next meeting, and the Juvenile Choir followed with a pretty melody, ' My Father's at the Helm.' A reading, entitled ' Tit for Tat,' . given by Mr. C. Ryail, elicited some applause, , and the Chairman having read a short humourous poem, ' Send us a Teetotal Preacher,' the chil dren-sung a lively school song called ' The Bee.' Mr. Burrell gave a stirring ad dress on 'Latent Energy,' which was greeted with much favour, and the you...

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