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WEDNESDAY, MARCH 4. (Before the Police Magistrate) MALICIOUS DESTRUCTION OF PRO[?]. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 7 March 1868

Wedsxhuay, March 4. (Before the Police Magistrate ) WAHCIODd DK8TUUCTION UP PltHl'iurr. Dennis Finn wua charged wiih tint mull, clous destruction of a quantity of wifl-r uml rock mtlloue, tho property of lliu Kong, a Chinaman. The Bench fau'jd the defendant guilty, mi-l sentenced him to pay I ts., ih« wdtie of tho property Cwtroyed— or, in dirfuuli, ono ODTAIKIfta UOSEY UNDER RAL9K PIIKTENCF9. Frederick Price; alius Sla lcti, on r.'iunid from Balhurst, was charged wiih obtninint* on or about the t2thof November N»». by means of u valueless cheque, cnnti* «ii-i money to tlio value of £5, JruurWut. l/igih . aud Co., of Grenfell, Constable Carroll deposed In reeeiet-u' «rl soner into custody, ou remand from Hmiuutt. When the charge' was made lo liiiu, hi* n-.iy reply was ' Is that ull I' * William Booth deposed: I am i» Mure, keeper ut Orrntclt. On the i-vciiin;- -f 12iii November lu»t the prisoner cum.- in my shop, tint! said ho wanted h suit of clot In ► to go to the tea meeting. ). ...

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LOCAL NEWS. GRENFELL POLICE COURT. SATURDAY, FEB. 29. (Before the Police Magistrate) WAGES. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 7 March 1868

LOCAL NEWS, GRENFELL POLICE COURT. Satuuday, Fm.29. (Before tho I'oliso Magistrate) John, a Chinaman, auud Hugh Mcl.ellnntl for wages due. This vase wn* pari ly heuid tbo previous day. Mr. McLelland, on being called on lo stAto why he should not be adjudged la pay the amount claimed, viz., 18 lOi., mid ihni ha had paid to coir |ilaltn-nt £3 &». l y t hi que on llih January, and £3 in cash on the let February. Mr*. McLelland deposed to Imving pud sundry small sums to compli.iiomi, which showed that hia claim wus in p»rl s- tiled, and that ho claimcd more tlu« mi* due. The complainant, being again ruoin, de* tried that hu had received Ihe eluled by defendant und hi* wite, im.l tlut tbo amount claimed by hiui »us still dm-. Mr. llyidl, for Iho Chinaman, contended thut ids client's evidence being imii-i pi.riiivo and direct to the point should be m-o-ptcd us truth, und judgment given u corHii-i le. Thn Bench couuidtred thai n» tlnrc wns in this cusu oath egainkt o»ih, lli« v fho...

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE BETTING MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 7 March 1868

THE iJETHNG MARKET, I Det'.lng has been very slack this week. Tho defeat of Tim Whiiller by Firework* has taken every one by surprise, and lias of course re versed the posithin of tho favorite* in the betting to some extent. There is evidently a desire to lay aguinst Tim ; and one of his staunchest backer* laid 100 to 20 ugainst him directly the news mrived of his being taken. Rose of Australia has improvod iu favour, aud G to 1 is the longest odds offered. 2 to 1 on Fireworks (off) 3 to 1 v Ituliun THE SYDNEV CUP. 4 to 1 V Tiin Wbifller (G to 1 tk) 0 to 1 v Fishhook (7 to 1 tk) G to 1 v Fireworks (tkond off) G to 1 v Rose of Australia (7 to 1 tk) 100 to 12 v Burb (tk) 100 lo 8 v Haniblcton Hill (tk) 100 to G v Old England (ik)

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TURF TALK. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 7 March 1868

TURF TALK. We aro b-ginning to bo earnestly busy in Turf mattrrsi and items of interest may now be expected to turn up day by day, and week by week, as Iho horses that aro flocking round tho great Metropolitan centroget into work on tho course, which will bo open for gallops in a day or two. Of the past, wo give to*dny all particulars Meeting, which was much interfered with by Iho rain. The performances of Fireworks* Ilia Barb, and Tim WhiOler in Tasmania arc full of interest for intending speculators on the great events to come; nnd when theso cracks return, wo shull ho ablo to form some opinion of their Autumn chances. Three crent horses they are indeed, and with Fish hook; The Rose, Bylonc, Blair Athol, Old England, Italian, and others, will mako up such fluids for our great races, as Auitralia The most interesting event on tho topis for tho coming week is the closing of tho three handicaps nt Homebush. Theso races up. pear cut out lo suit tho classes of horsfr just now most nume...

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 7 March 1868

Grenfell Church of England. ON SUNDAY (To*Morrow), 8th March, tho REV. J. VALLANCAY, will (D.V) preach to (ho Sunday School Children at 3 p.m. The parents nro invited to attend. Presbyterian Church. THE REV. MR. CAMERON will preach To-Morrow Evening in tho Princess' Theatre, at half-past 7. Grenfell, March 7, 1ECS. Grenfell Public Hospital. A MEETING of Subscribers to tho above Ii. institution will bo held at tho'Priuccss' Theatre, Ou MONDAY EVENING, tho lOlh instant, at 8 o'clock, for the purpose of nominating and electing thrco gentleman to fill tho vacancies at tho Board of Management, caused by tho resigna tions of Messrs. Wafwm, Bedell, nnd Hansen. SIMEON S. MOSES, Hon. Sec. Tenders TENDERS nro required for tho ennstrue* tiou of a DAM at tho foot of tho Star Gully, the contents of which will bo nbout 2000 cubic ynrds ? Also for tho Erection of a substantial SHED for a Quartz-Crushing Machine. Also for tho conveyunco of o Quartz Crushing Muchino from' tbo Billibong to Grenfell. ...

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CORRESPONDENCE. [We do not necessarily endorse the opinions expressed by our correspondents.] THE LATE TEA MEETING. (TO THE EDITOR OF THE MINING RECORD) [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 7 March 1868

CORRESPONDENCE. [Wo do not itccessurily endorso tho opin { ions expressed by our correspondents.] I THE LATE TEA MEETING. (to the editor of tub minino record) Dear Sir— On my return from tho Cowra portion of my ditirici, J saw tlio notieein your paper of our late ten meeting. Looling nt tho nfl'air in the lijiht in whirh you nun many others wen* cblfued la look if, 1 eontitlt: r your report of it a very fuir one; but it is ono which need* it word from me lo eet it iu tho light in wliieh it mono be looked ut. 1 am glud that you liuvo done justice to our Indy.friend* who caro the enttrtHinineiit. ihey would huve been more profuse wiihtheir hospitality had 1 not uslcd than to let Iho fare bo simple, whilo it was spread wiih neatness, and distributed with truo hospi tality. I bclievol shall not be abl« to t-on* trol display on tho next occasion of the same sort, when our bacheior.friends cotre forward, and I do not intend to try./'lfwill allow them to pteaso themselves*, uud giro a full...

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 7 March 1868

Wanted A SMALL aOODSMANT To acoinpetent hand liberal wages aud a couifortablo homo. Apply to EDWARD TAYLOR, Butcher, Burrowa street, Young. Wanted, TEAMS to convey FLOUR nnd WHEAT to SYDNEY. Amily to WATSON BROTHERS, Young or Grcnfoll. 10a. Reward. LOST, from Qrenfctl, & month ngo, 20 GOATS, mostly alio goals. Tlio mob strayed away it ii thought towards Burran* gong. Asy ono giving information that wilt lead to thoir recovery, will roccivo tho nbovo re ward by applying to thoofllco of (ills paper. £1 Reward. LOST, n Dark Bay Horse, branded IH ou noar ahoutder, black points. Also, u Light Bjy Horse, brauded tn on near shoulder. Anyono bringing tho samo to Mr P. SAUNDERS, Vulcan Hotol, near tho Com* pany's Dam, will receivo tbo abovo rownrd. Notice MR. RYALL, Solicitor, will bo absent from his Ofllee for ten daya from this dato, iu consequence of having to atteut iu Sydney ou professional business.

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A RACK BETWEEN TWO MEN WITHOUT LEGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 7 March 1868

A RACK BETWEEN TWO MEN WITHOUT LEGS. A most novel race— o ' foot race' be* tween two legless tnen— came off on the Carthage fair-grounds, near Cincinnati, in the United States, recently. The contestants wcro William Ouillun and Isaao Reynolds both citirous of Covington, tobacconists by trude. Mr. Qnillun lost a leg in un accident on tho Kentucky Central ruilroad, several years ago. He was afterwards thrown from a horse, and had the remaining leg fractured, resulting finally in its being amputated. Reynolds lost both his tegs in an accident on tho Cincinnati, Hamilton, nnd Dayton ruil road. Both of them pitted with their legs close up to the body. They swing themselves along with tbrir hand*, hnring handle* of i wood to strike tho ground with. Q,u\l!an is j a powerfully-built man, twenty two or three yeurs ofni*c. His arms and legs display im. ) menso mufcie,, but he hud too much wcleht 1 to successfully compete with hi* moro nim. i bio rival. Quillnn's weight at present is 120 [ pou...

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SELECT POETRY. OCTOBER IN ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 7 March 1868

SELECT POETRY.,: ? OCTOlfKR IN ENGLAND.. ISwprt is the roicc (lint calls From babbling waterfall#, ? _ ., In mcadowa where Hie downy seeds aro flying j Ami Mm euft breezes blow, Ami eddying come und go, In faded gardens where tlio roso is (lying. Among Iho stuhbled corn T//o biiilm ijiiuil pipes «t morn, Tho merry pirtridge drums in hidden places I Ah.no the reo ly stteuui V' Whero busy spiders spin their flimsy laccs. L At ore, cool shadows full Across the garden wull, And oniherlustercd'grnpes to purple turning, Ami pearly vapours lio Along iho eastern sky, - Whero I ho broad harvest moon is redly burning. Ah 1 soon nn field and hill Uiiu wimls snail wtustlc ciiill, And patriarch swullows call their flocks together, To lly from frost and snow, ; . And seek for luiid* whero blow Tbo fairer blossoms of the balmier weather. ? 1 Tho pollen-dusted bees Scurch fur j1iy|^ nitiiri ? ' ' ' , That linger in theltilri,uw'er* of September, Where plaintive mourning dim1# r-io dJiillr to their ...

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 7 March 1868

I SEYEN-.MILE RUSH; ' * j CHARLES TUBBENHAUER BEGS respectfully to inform tho inhabitant! of tho Soreu^Mile, Grenfell, and Young, that he is now iu possession of thoso premises known ns ELLIOTT'S HOTEL. Ho has made important alterations in iho Establishmsnt, in tho shape of additional Par lours, Bedrooms, &c., Ac., which are furnished with everything fjr comfort uud cutivoniouco. C. T. has spared no expense to mako this Houso a first-class roadside Hotel. . Tho WINES, SPIRITS, BEER3, &e., Ac , aro of tho best quality, and tho most ap proved Brands. OOOD STABHXO AXD STEADsToSftlBT'' — Ono call at tho uoovo Hotel will be suro to command a liberal support. GREAT AND IMPORTANT SALE MR. W. R. HELY has received positivo instructions from Mr. C.WARD, to sell, without reserve, ou TUESDAY NEXT, 10th March, ut 12 o'clock, that extensiroly patronised Houso 'THE GREAT EASTERN HOTEL,' Situated in George-street, Grenfell, together with tho whole Stock-in*Trade, Furniture, Bar Fitt...

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
VESUVIUS SPEAKING. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 7 March 1868

VESUVIUS SPEAKING. 'Wind, ruin, boil, and snow hare been our Tisitors for. the lust two days. Vesuvius from the top of the cone lo the bottom is covered with snow, nnd so ore the mountnins all round iho buy. Vet the column ofstuukn : continues to rite from the gigantic cruter, and Iho /liimes lo jMieli out, while ihe slreums of lu-» descend, inxLing broad block lines on Ihe glistening white mantle of the iiiountiiin. I'/it* union it reiunrlKlifcj i( serins to upset all our precom ivrd ideas of things— fire nnd snow thus mingling in happy harmony. -\ho sliull say that oil nnd water si. nil ju'd henceforward liiingle, or nny othrr opposite muterial, moral or social. I hire already - sent you one or two descriptions of the erup tion in it early state, but so, marvellous nnd long-coiitinued o; spcttecle' will p,-rhaps juxlify some additional notrs, cspeeinJIv as it Ims exhibited rnrious phases. To tiie eye Vesuvius h»s in tit failed in bentiit | inlcrd, the nii-tiiilitci.ie of the displ...

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MISCELLANEOUS. "L'HOMME MASQUE" AT THE ARENE ATHLETIQUE, PARIS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 7 March 1868

¥\ MISCELLANEOUS. i.,/. 'L'JIOMME MASQUE' AT THEARENE | ft ATHLETUiUU, PARIS. ? Tlio following dsiripiion of this famous wrestler is from Wiikc»' Spirit of the Times, - Mil .'was written for that journal by the pro £rit-tor, Mr. Willcs, when on a visit to Ttie chief feiituro of tho evening, however, was the Appearance of a inuu iii a mask who was unknown to the managers of the cstnb Hshinent, und who Imd come here in pur suance of ii challenge which he hud sent, * en amnh-ur,' to ihe chuinpions of the arena.' 1 was not inii'lo nw«ro of this fcuturn of llie -entertainment until during 'tho progress of who communicated it wasi that Ihe masked man was some nobleman, who, having u' pas sion for nlhlctiusports, had taken this singu ..lor method of ei.jnyjng his superiority 'incog.' My notion was, however, that it wns a triukof business to which the managers were parlies, and 1^ therefore «-iJ not anticipate any great, exploit. But (he audienco evidently hud a i different estimation of th...

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 7 March 1868

Tho following is a letter received by Mr. Murray, Mr. Emanuel's assistant, from his   brother, who is at present on the rush :— ''Nashville, Gympie Creek, Feb. 23, 1869. Dear Harry— No letter from you by this   mail, but Lockie has arrived, and hundreds arriving daily; a great many from the Wedin, and New Zealand, and also from all parts of the colonies. I don't know what they are to do, as there has been nothing opened since I came, with the exception of the One-mile, which is now under water, and in my opinion will not be workable for some time. The place is much overdone ; whoever comes now will have to prospect for them- selves. There are a great many going away disgusted. Advise anyone I know not to come, as there is really no prospect. There is a large quantity of gold getting, but it is principally by parties who wcro here in good timo. If anything fresh, you will liesr in good time. Somo of tho reefs hero arc gel* ting some passable looking etone. O...

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BIG NUGGETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 14 March 1868

BIG NUGGETS. Tho following interesting information on nuggets of extraordinary size lias been fnr wnrded lo the Rrisbunn Guardian by a cor respondent signing himself 'Advance Quecus Tim following. particulars nf the principol nuggets found in Victoria may be interesting W your renders, and servo us nn uiMitiomil stimulus to thoso who uro now mining on i Gym pie Creek;— , 1. The '? Weleomo Nng./et,' lonnd at Bakery Hill, Itnllunit, llili .Tunc, 1HSS, al n depth of 180 feel ; wiiterworn ; twenty imhrs long, twelr« hroid, nnd seven drrp. Wm sold at H illnriit for i'lO.fiO'), afterwards fold in Melbourne: ir Iheu wxiiilied iil'.tj ouneea. und fctched or X't 4«. lid. prr o*. S. Tho ' ll.aiiohe Hi»k'v,' fomi'l nt Kingower 27Hi Ai.gu»l. ISoT, nt n depth nf thirteen f-*rt, wiihin II few feel of holes dug thro* years before ; livente-eiuht inches long j ten iiclie* wi b- j vnhie, i'flOOS 12s. 0,1, j gross weight, 17-IJt ors. 13 dw«. Jl. Niig«. t found ut Canadian Gti'ly, Bui* lurut, 1st Janu...

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MISCELLANEOUS. THE SULPHUR CURE. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 14 March 1868

MISCELLANEOUS. THE SULPHUR CURE. [hp Great Sulphur Curo' hns divided publio ultenti.tn in thi« quarter Ihe l«»t f«w days will, the Fenians, the opening of Purlin, ment n«d tbo' reported submersion of Tor* tola. Evert hndy ha* been n«king ht« neigh* hour, ' I* lhe,*e anything in it and we be. heve there hiii been n terr etlemirn nnnlirA. Hon of' brimstone fumes' nnd ' sulphurous I noid'^ spray to (ho sore throats nnd stuffed noMrils that nro not nneoininon in this fogoy I season of tho year. ' Have we cot hold of Iho j new specific that, is to revolutionise (lie Phar. ] nvienptri-i ? Have wo' only .now di«eove»ed I the virtues ' Intent in n mediciiie which ha* ? been known to us for tbr»e hundred years? ' or is tho ,'Sutplier Onro' oftlr «-nnth»r exain- 1 pin of tbe 'inf'illihte remedi»»' nfter nbteh j the world, nnd sonn-timon the profession itself, hns run mod ? The remedr comes | endowed, ns yet, onlr frotn Kirk»uldr nnd I Bigjar. weitlier i»f tbem recimi* frmn wh'uh I on^ might '...

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE STORY-TELLER. AN HOUR AMONG THE REPTILES. AN ADVENTURE IN A [?] SWAMP. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 14 March 1868

~ THE STOItV-TELLlili. AN HOUR AMONG THE REPTILES. | I had been some weeks in L;iiisinnn, and camp lifo was growjnj; monotonous. No . signs of enemies, no .little nliriiH, tto terrible i rumours tlmt ko to nukti up tlio life of excite* i mcnt. which i« tho only ^nirTtnimnent Ilia 1 soldier Iihs. But, us I ihonvliLuii 'ndventuro out of tho question, I deud«l on the next bestlhin?. Hj 1 turned io ono of mv 'lieu- Ids tent, rlnokiiie one of n lot of fragrant Havnnas lhat hehadjint receised frotn Now Orleans, and said, 'Come, Perkins, let's go up the bayou, and seo what this confounded country is like. Thero 'tire niioiipfe of 'dug. outs' down nt the water's edgo thut. aro ju»t fitted for a cruise nmima tbe owuiips.' ' .'Too hot, captuin,' , was the - drawling 'HotlMI repented. 'Why, man, that ie just the pltice to Veep cool 1'* ?'But it will require so ».ueh exfrche lo pad* dlo tbo cunoc.' Iu p'cuded, taking bis cigar nut, aud whiffing tbo smoke into little rings I saw tiiKrv wus no us...

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 14 March 1868

NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. All letters intended for publication must bo accoinpunii'd by tho rei I'namo and address of tho writer— not necessarily for publica tion, but for tho information of tho editor. . THE MINING RECORD. SATURDAY, MARCH 14, 18G8,

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SELECT POETRY. THE FISHER. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 14 March 1868

SELECT TO 13 rilY. ? I HIE FISHER ? 1 ' TIi f re is n fither, whoso name is Dealb' j' He gathers of every kind ; T.ifo's great widj flood bo rarogcth, Nor icavetb a soul behind. Sir hundred years in tho waves ofTime, m He hath itslicn from aro lo ngo | S Nor shelling rock, nor notr slime, n Can screen from his sateless rage. . . B In Iho summer's rest— in tho winter's slortn— 0 At noon nnd at midnight dreur— ? You mny seo o't-r Iho deep bis shadowy form, K Or Iho creak of bis gearing bear. W. He searehetb the depths where tho wolers fi sleep? x He smrcln th tho resttcM lidc ; 1 Not h poo! of lif-* but Ids urm inuit sweep, ? i Whtrtf abrentbing thing might hide. O, of all fishers h«beiret!t tho pMm— : Eldest and mightiest ho! Ruler of teinpeet, und lord of Iho calm, , Tho tyrant of ull tho sea! His drnc-net hn is tilling cach day He ii filling if idl day Ion' | The weak nrc not b'ft «» too tuean n prey, Nor does strength avail tho strong. To the slwlowy vi'rtfo of tbo world unknown, ...

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 14 March 1868

'Foetiicomino ovents cast their shadows ' before.' A dissolution of Pailiamont is loom* - log iu the distance ; and it may-bo only a few - weeks, most probably not many months; cro ' the gantleuien who are supposod to represent of the mtion will bo thrown back, 'at least for a time, into prirato life. Except to those %tho deHght in ecence, or ' sensational rows,' - tho polities of tho country aro dull, (tale, aud uuprolltublo. Tho last and present session have been so lakeu up in wasteful discussion, and ia personal squabbles, that the peoplo aro getting quite wary of their delegates, and i.ro disinclined to trouble themselves much : ubout them and their doings. For. six long months tho House has been sitting, and' tho Tistiraatcs not oven passed yet. . How much longer this shall last it is difficult to say. The Oovernmejit- sticks to ofllco in spite of con stitutional usage; the OppoMtion factiously opposes ull and everything tho Government proposes i and tho people, who should be ...

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 14 March 1868

FANCY GOODS cutlery TOY8 STATIONERY AMERICAN CLOCKS HOOKS LADIES' BELTS AND BROOCHES BRUSlIWARli ^ JOHN I'ETRONI,' Grenfell, begs lo inform thu publio llmt lie lias ju«t opened liU' new premises, Upper George-street, with on excellent nint vuried assortment ofthenbove Goods, which' will bo sold nt very inodcrato Jewellery, and Scents and Perfumes* of all ? Highly Lucrative Investment 1j-OR RAM', by private contract (in conse* ; quence of tho proprietor leaving for Europe), that well-known property— THU CLARENDON HOTEL situated in George-street, Grcnfcl!, nml nt present doing thn most lucrative (r ide in Iho town. Tho Hotel was built by Ihe proprietor ubouttivelvo months sineo, entirely of corriie gated galvanised iron, its diuiei»i-'tis being greater than ihoseofnnyothcr Hotel intixui, nnd Ihe proprietor Iius no heMtntion in slat* iog lhat »ny person of neliro habit# could reulison fortune in it in Ihooourno of a yeur or two. This lie is in n position to prove by reference to hli- o...

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