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FRIDAY, MARCH 20. (Before the Police Magistrate.) ASSAULT. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 21 March 1868

Fuipat, March 20. I (Before tltj Police Magistratu.) P.itiirk Martin «»- brought up, charged \*ith * in!cnl]jr ussmlling cunstabte Corbett. Sir. Wltt-mii u|ijuurcil fur defendant. SiTijemit Ki'oiiitn deposed i About half-past I- yiplcrdu.t i arrested prisoner at his rosi* ?' ?iic.t, by, \irUu of (lie warrant produced, * herein lip i» ebnrgeri with rial e:iH-* in-sauU* one John 0 »rbctt on tlio 18th iuitnnt. I ?iiiiiuru' l him, o!i.l look liim to lb-i ht.*k-up, John Co.'beit deposed : 1 mu n rmtMiliI ' i ili.* p'ilu'0 force, s'ntioned ut the Weil tin, ebout 0 miips Irani Grenfell,. I wn# in Oron !-li -»n J-'irc, on Wetlnctiaitr, t tul was in I .tin cli-thcs. 1 I nro known tbe prisoner t r tin I,«*t four years. He lis* seen inn in i i.furni r«*|HM?.i »|y On the day in qttesttan I wa*. looking Tor Dr. Bi'ntty s ond having ) .*i.rd III -«t lu» ba I g.mo into prisoner's h.uis.* ?? iift ono fi'-inu., r waa about peine {tt, when 1 in-Mil prisoner tay «* I'll fiit you you b-y 'retell.' 1 Bi...

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LOCAL NEWS. INDIGNATION MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 21 March 1868

LOCAL NEWS. INDIGNATION MEETING. A meeting was held nt the Princess' The atre on Wednesday evening last, convened by placards posted during the afternoon, for tho purpose of obtaining from tho inhrbitnnts of Grei.fellan expression of feeling with regard lo the hie attempt on the Hfo of his Royal Ilfchnrs.' tho Duke of Edinburgh. Tho hour appointed for Iho meeting was 8 0 clock, anil b.'fora thnt time Ihe theatre, which is capable of tillording teats to 700 persons, was ciowded Fm dorick Daltnn, Esq., P.M., was moved to the Clniir. The Chairman said the meeting was railed in order that the Grenfell pcoplo might have nn opportunity of showing whether or not they sympathised with the dastardly attempt on the life of Princo Alfred. That Attempt was the act of a foul uriastin, and, ho was ghul lo say, of un alien. (Cheers.) He knew that in this community thu foul deed was regarded by cvery^ man who called him self a citizen of the British empire nithob horrence, and the perpetrator ns a ...

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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(TO THE EDITOR OF THE MINING RECORD.) [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 21 March 1868

(TO THU liniTOH OF TIIR JllKJKa ItECOinO Sm-Yon will havn tho kiudnrss to allow n kjuoo in tour valuable paper for thj few I following linrs. I In very -few words I-nhnllonly remark my I regret of having heard nt the Incignation | meeiinp.on Wcdnesd.iv, of gentlemen bliin. I tiering away in iheotd En^lith slyh*, hi ill's I way, tii,— the population of this colony eon silts, as wo aro informed, of (ho English, Scottish, and Irish nations, combined. Wo poor foreigner# are nlwa;«t forgotten and ne« glcetcd ; and it was nlvrotathown to us llmt wo aro only Buffered to vegetate liore. A largo volume could bo writtrn on this subject, but there shnll only be anilicicnt to remind every ono t*ho has 0 feeling thnt, brsides the aboro mentioned papulation, tho foreigners, and especially tho (JerraaH par' '-f I ma.T vouehsafe, evmpathue aud concur fully in the adoption of tho ujble resolutions laid before tho last meeting with all their hearts, just as tho Euglish, Scotch, and Irish do. Yourt, A...

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
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GRENFELL POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, MARCH 10. (Before the Police Magistrate). WAGES. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 21 March 1868

GRENFELL POLICE COURT* Tuesday, Mauch 10. (Beforo Iho Police Magistrate). WAQKfJ. Nmnnn v. Sweeney— adjourned ri*o. Putriek Sweeney deposed: lam defendant in this eii«e. I remember pitrchusing k share in tho Wnrraderry Reef, in Uecrmler, from Jjlm Dart. I hntuJit tho tlure for £5, mid agreed lo pav Nnonaii ltia wage* due up to that time. Mode no ngreemeut with Kooratt lo work the claim, or to keen him on. T sold Ihe ithnre lo ono Potld on tlio (lav ?following the purel.ise. Case diiinUsed. William GoliH'g appeared nn summons ii- Hiiwr iho rbitr^'e of ntrutiltitu? 0110 Mary Hull in Oeorge-slrcet, Orenftll, on 7th instant. Mr. Whehin appeared for complnin.tnt. Mnry Hall, heim; sworn, stated t I am K I miiri'tetl w phi mi. My littolmnd i* 11 frin-erer; I About I) jj.ni, on SjiiHrdwy, 7ih UiUmit, I was at my frith stand in uu open «p*iv on otto si'lo of 0.'nrge.*tr«|'|, I saw Gohting throw our statin into iho street. My hu«bnnit ut iMiipled lo jiiek it up. whin Gnlding sliuek him. I lii...

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
STARTING OF PARKER AND CO'S. CRUSHING MACHINE. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 21 March 1868

STARTING- OF PARKER AN It CO'S. CRUSHING MACHINE. This aplondid machine, the first portion of Ihe plant of whieh only reaeheit Grenfell about tho 20th February last, was started on Wednesday lost under* tbe most i'avouri-.b|,t circumstances, nnd is now ono of tho most, important 'inetHuma' for the cxiraetiuii cf gold that wo possess on this great quarts mining district. It hud been notified by the proprietary to a number of tho townspeople unit pti.-lica interested in reefing, during tbo weik, that tho 'christening' would tako placo ut f-ur o'clock ; nnd accordingly at thnt hc iir some 1100 or -100 persons, iueluding an cxtiutivo sprinkling of Irdics, the wivea and duu^hter* of our townspeople, alrnoit every not- worthy quntiz reefer, storekeeper, and pub!ii:tin, in tho place, the representatives of the t-evcral banks, &c., were assembled watching the pro gress of tho finishing touches preparatory to the start, or commenting on thendmirahio con struction nnd arrangement of t...

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
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THE PAST AND FUTURE. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 21 March 1868

TllUPAST AND FUTURE. I By Pcua&ih. Setting tisido the defeat of Old England at I Geelong, llip pa»t furtiithes mo with very i tinall material for comment. I have long] t-inee i-cn*?d to bo nttonishrd at un,-i tb!i-i* that ' happens anywhere where rueing is on, uud j favorites uro to the tore ; but I havo no doubt I whatever that rvcntunlly Old Ktiglnud will establish himself us the hi ct of his f.itniiy, which is saying no htimll thing of him ; and when tho Now Snulh Wales nngs nro ut home h» ought to bo u splendid invrsimot- for hU present owners umongthe Vietortan 'crnel-c,'' notwithstanding his recent overthrow by lhirtvon. This Autumn there aro moro two-year-oldi in work them I over remember before ; ami tho greiit youngsters raws will rr.-nloa lar»« nmnunt of speculation. Most of Iho colts and fillies being tuitrii'd, there {* littlo etnmeo j»it now of picking out tho bsstoflho twenty , or Ihhty that nro in truluing; hut if tho 'flying Fenillu' can polish «»ff Iho lot t...

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
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TURF TALK. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 21 March 1868

TURF TALK. Offing to the murderous nssnult on His Royal Uighness, the Duko of Edinburgh races and entries aro postpined ; nnd so there is nothing to ask people to go to to-day at Rundwick. On Thursday Mr. Burt sold by auction tho ante, ornnd stand, and boothe. for the M and C. 0. Races, all of which created plenty of competition, nnd fetched goad prices. Sydney has long wonted such days us th* M. and 0. 0. givo us, and we are quito glnd to find that speculators in race courio proper ties properly appreciate tho chance* whiuh, thanks lo tho gallant Colonel of the Queen's Own, and tho other members of tho Club, are now periodically offered them. Wo can quito boliero that we slnll bs allowed this week eorno latitude iu putting coming events before our readers in their proper placca. Wo should crave imlul^jucu for mixing up horse race*, bout ra:es, pigeuu matches, and Albert sports; nnd we think : we need no further excuiu than that a son . of England's Queen has been brutally fired! at...

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THE ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH IN ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 21 March 1868

TUE ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH IN ittfm.ANn. The ofllciiil 'Caiholic Directory' for tho year 1SU3, published pcrtui«sa auperiorum, has iiiude its appearance, it gives, as usual, a statistical summery cfthe Church in ICng* 1 mil, Watts, unit Scotland, nml Ihere is, con* eideriug our numbers in Orest Deiluin, a con siderable increase in tho clergy, churches, chapels, convent*, und monasteries, since lust yuar. The total number of bishops, is uf course Ihe same— namely, one archbishop und twelvo bishops (besides three retired bishops) in Uuglund, and four bishops in Scotland. Tho number of priests in Great Itriiaiu uuiouuts to 1032, against 1C0S last year { the number of t-hurchea und chapela ure 1283, against 1207 when' tbo last Direc tory wus published [ tha convents of- women nro now 227 in nutnber. whereas last year they were 2:20 1 und lastly, the monasteries numbered 07 against l!3 lant year. Total increase: 31 priests, 70 churehcs nndclnpels, 7 convents of women, ami 4 monasteries of...

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CORRESPONDENCE. [We do not necessarily endorse the opinions expressed by our correspondents.] (TO THE EDITON OF THE MINING RECORD.) [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 21 March 1868

'COKRlSSl'.tNLlKiN'OH. f Wo do not neeesMirily endotre tho op!n ' iousoipres»oil by otir nirre.-ptniiL'iitf,] J (TO THE l:t)|TOU «!' Tint MINING JIM; »«!».) Silt— C1111 you inform the puMlo if there is nn Int-pct'lor of und ineiirinv.s tui 11ppuit1t.il. It h.vui* great iieulect iflhero i« mil. I know 1l .1t the public nro vielimUed ! pretty coiisiitembh ; bui 1 tuptiiiin* it will b-' thosrtiuo 'icroHii ut Vomit*. Tlio lliirraugong gold-fi-ld had been iipeiiod up untio fultr or five ye&rs beforo the Oincrtiotent sent up se.th'9Hi.d weight*, &o. Ami 1 know wo used t3 bo done iu nur wi ighl t nl thai place. 1 mil not a rieh man, und I linvo a gjod ueiny iiionihs to feed j aud I oii^ht to hav-lhi-sutne proteeiimi iu buying my goods as other people in other towns. Lei tradesmen charge a fuir price, h£t let thnn giro tho woiylit they pro fess lo uivc. 1 hopoynu will excuse nil fouli* in ivri i.ig, iiixl publish this letter, and so call attention to tho i-ircuuirlitncc. You...

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
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MINING RETURNS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 21 March 1868

MINING RKTITUXS* An evident improvement in the modo of j eollntiiig mill -oiii|ii1iti» the quarterly tvpnrtn ?ift'ii' m -viyor.* ihkI eenm-eted with ? homini-tg di-|eirtineiil 1-inU u« now tn nntieo I hi-tu nwreel.ibnr.-tteJy Ibitu before. Hitherto red ta|ie ami nniliiie h ive b'eu rin-etual in eoueeaiing a n»t«- or rahi'itoo tnrormalinii | heneuth ii veil of ti«rlt-« fi.riu .-Mid ve-hinge, j mid lbn«rt jui'ilieniiini whirhenM the Oori-rn- | nmit CIM!- i » i»*i-it h t- * * ie *ele ee.j ? b*«n: heard of, i s-'- pt through the iintionncernent j of its m-i ptioo in the new-pup«-r«, and it few i ??xtrarts ol il t .?.'?oiettf*, Tlio iep-)rt-- whieh hnrejti'i eenphed us are for the but qimrttr nf ISI5'. Their llrst notie.'ible f-.itiir.i i« tha «? it«it .l-'efe-n » in i iliemitnllll- of tninr-r« r-i,n„,.n.t ? ? ? I iptnrter. Ihere hus been n rUoiinutinn of 31JW. which i' t« be ne--nu»t'd for p-»rllr by the want of water -otd partly bv the tethering in nf the crop*, whieh einiilovmont Ixxi...

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
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VICTORIAN TURF. THE MARIBYBNONG STUD DISTRIBUTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 21 March 1868

VICTORIAN TURF. Tub Mabukukosq Siod DtsTitiucmoN. The prospectus of this novel method o? disposing of a breeding and racing stud is now beforo thu public. There aro thirly.fivo horses in tho stud, for which two thousand tickets will tio issued ut ten pounds a ticket. Tho drawing will take place nt the Old Ex hibition Building, William-street, on Mom'av Aprit thu Cth, and wo boh'evo will bo con* dueled by blind children from the nsylum, so, that there cannot be thu slightest suspicion of tiny unfair dealing connected with that pirt of the burines*. And we nlso undcrslttnd that Iho whole of tho two ihuusand tickets will bo drawn from boih boxes, the prices ntid blanks being announced nt each drawing. This will catuo tho druwing lo occupy some hours, but it will bo moro sathftn-turv 10 Iho public. It will ho noticed that in the event of uny hnr?e dying in Iho interim, 500 sovs will bo substituted ns the prize. fc'o much has been written ut various times respecting the merits of the hor...

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 — 21 March 1868

MOSES BROTHERS' REASON WHY* milK REASON WHY the Diggers all buy J. i heir Tobucco of MOSES DltOTHERS is, Uec ti«o they aell the best Barrett's Twist for 6s. per lb rniU£ reason why thu Diggers nil buy their X Chewing Tobacco from Hoses Brotliert, a Is, tti-iviuse ihey sell ibe best Honey-Dew fur chewing nt fis. pei lb, rpHK reason why iho Diggers ull buy thcii* J. Gold L-*af Tobueeo from Moses Brothers is, Recuust) they sell the primest Gold-Leaf ut Is 31 per phu. 1HIIS reason why thu Diggers buy their large Plug of Virginia Leaf from tfoscs Brothers, is, Ilecattso they sell first choice picked Leaf at Is 3-t per plug. alHK re'isou why every one buys their Wux . Vestas from Mosos Brothers, Is, ilecattso they sell -1 tin boxes of 2S0's for Is, ur 12 phdd boxes for Is. rnHti reason why ull tboso who nro unwell J. patronise Hosos Brothers,' is, Because Ihey sell Holloway's Pill* nnd Ointment for Is 3d per box, and Perry Davis' Puiii'Killer Is 6d per bottle. flllllC reason why thoso who...

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 28 March 1868

FRESH NEWS, AUSTRALIAN HOUSE. J- TITCKEB, IN thanking tbo inhabitants of Grenfell and thu surrounding district for the lurge share of patronage accorded to bun since he commm.'cd business, wishes to inform them thaMio has just received the undcruicutioned Men's Brown Broadclolh Crimean* Men's Grey Melton Cloth ditto Men's White Shirts, in every variety and Men's Roversible Coats Men's various Coat* Men's China Silk Handkerchiefs Men's Fuucy Corahs Handkerchiefs Men's White Cambric Handkerchiefs Men's Brocaded Scarfs, and Felt Hats Men's Tweed Trousers Mcu'e best white soft Moleskins Youths' and Boys' Tweed Trousers Youths' and Boys' Mulo Trousers Youths' and Boys' Crimcau and White Shirts Youths' and Boys' Felt Hats Ladies' white and black satin Straw Hats Ladies' and Cblldron'a Leghorn Hats Ladies' and Children's browa Fancy Straw Hats A great variety of Ladies' and Children's Undurclothliig Ludies' ond Children's Socks aud Stock ings, &.o., Ac, JAMES TUCKER solicits an ear...

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 — 28 March 1868

NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. All letters intended for publication must bo accompanied by tho rcnl name nnd.addrew nf tho writer— not necessarily for publica tion, but for the information of the editor. THE MINING MCORD. SATURDAY, SIAUCtf 23, 18GS.

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
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THE DEADLY CHASSEPOT. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 28 March 1868

THE DEADLY C1USSEP0T. I wns most amiably received by the officers whom I met at the General's head-quarters, I and at my friend's tent. 1 had to tell them 1 about last year's campaign ; but, strnngo to say, ull I told them wus already known to them, nnd they wero even familiar with details which hud escaped us in Germany. With u great deal of taut thny avoidod alluding to the coolness which had sprung up between France ond Prussia during the Salzburg inter. view. Ihey inveighed only aguinst German papers uud* with even greater indignation i ngainst samo Parisian papers, especially against Girardin's Liberie and Mires's Presso. As for tho Signation, no one bad ever On tho following nmrnlng I went with a written permission from tho General, lo tho targ-H shontiu?. A company, one hundred strong was to firo as rapidly as possible, at fire hundred and and fifty metres distance. A pali*fldo of boards, ns long 114 tbe front of a battalion, wus tho turret. However, it was 1cm than three fee...

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE NEW REGULATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 28 March 1868

THE NEW REGULATIONS. Tab new Gold-fields Mining Regulations, gazetted by Iho Government a week or two ago, and publishod in tho 'Record' of last week, aro doubtless, in some respects, an im provement in our mining laws, but aro yet very short in comipg up to tho amendments that aro required. There nro in tho whole fifteen new laws, some of which, however, aro roero copies of tbo regulations beforo in exist No. 1 is tho most important of tho whole, and is in substance the law that has so long been required on the gold- field of Euiu Creek. It enacts that any person holding a bharo in a claim who employs labour lo represent that ?bare, shall not bo doomed to hove forfeited such sharo by tho absence of his hired jnan unless nolico shall havo been served ttpdO j liiro,warmnghim nfsuch abscnce, nnd heslmlj fall to put on a person to represent las inter, est. Tho regulation simply amounts to this, that whereas undar tho old law tho baekor of a man in a claim, or ono who owned a shore inn ...

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
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MISCELLANEOUS. THE NEW TREASON FELONY ACT [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 28 March 1868

MISCELLANEOUS. THE NEW TREASON FELONY AOT ! The following is a copy of tbo ' Bill for the better suppression aud punUhment of tedi* tious praoiiccsand attempts:— An Act for tho better security oftlio Crown and Government of of tho United Kingdom and for the better suppressionandpunisbmcut of seditious practices aud attempts. Preamble— 11 Tic., No. 12 rccitrd. Whereas an Act was passed by the Farlia- I ment of tho United Kingdom of Great llritain I aud Ireland in tho eleventh year of the reign ' of her Mnjrsty intituled 'An Act for tho belter security of ihb Crown and Government ; of tho United Kingdom' and wbercus it is I expedient to enuct in this colony certain ofth* clauses contained in the said Act uud to mako 1 additional provision for tho suppression and punishment of scditiour practices and attempts iioitthereforocnacted by tho Queen's most oxccllent Majesty by und wilb tho advice and consent of tbo Legislative Council and Legis lative Assembly of New South Wales in Farlia. m...

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
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EPITOME OF NEWS. ATROCIOUS MURDERS AT CONRY'S GAP.—FIVE PERSONS BRUTALLY KILLED. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 28 March 1868

EPITOME OF KEWS. ATROCIOUS MURDERS AT CONRY'S GAP.— FIVE PERSONS JJRUTALLY KILLED. Ono of tho most atrocious and bloodthirsty murders itjias ever been our lot lo record' was perpetrated nt n part of tho Southern Road known as Conrov'fl O.ip, about sixteen miles from Yass, on last Tuesday night or early on Wednesday morning. Not fewer thanfira persons in bucc*.mum fell victims lo tho inhuman monster, who was n shepherd nnd for the past six months has been In Iho employ of John Conroy, u squatter, nnd an elderly man, who is one of tlio-o so brutally murdered. Tho fivo persons who havo so terribly been deprived of life nro John Con roy, his wife, ay 011115 mm named Smith, a shepherd named White, and another shep herd, nutno unknown. Tlio murderer is n ticket. oMeavo man, | named WiUian Monday or Collins. ITo ur I rived iu this colony per the ship Havering in 1 1SJ9. Jlo is stated in hij puss to be a nutiro of the couiily of Tippfrarv, j.i Ireland, but eays he was i'nrn is England nnd t...

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
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THE STORY-TELLER. A SOLDIER'S STORY. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 28 March 1868

TIIE STORY-TELLEll. A SOLDIER'S STORY. During tho late American war the — til Regiment was amongst thoso which composed th' brigade of General Custar, in tho famous cavalry corps of Sheridan, which swept liko a whirlwind from tho Shenandoah to tho James. It was a band of hearty hardy fel* lows, who had inhalod fruedom in orcry did good sorrico during tho campaign, and woo tho heartfelt praisd of all in tho carps. During tho flrst of tho cimpaign in tho Shen* Vndoah valley, whilo we were fighting Early, uiy regiment, which was also part of Sheridan's corps, generally encamped nest to tho — tb, so that the men of Iho two commands saw a great deal of ea.'h other, I frequently visited their camp, and hid many good fri-nds in ?th — th. Ono night, after a sharp march, wo bivouacked on tho mountain side. It was a clear, cold November night, and our csmp flm ipirktisi brightly along the heights, forming ono of tho brightest spectacles it has oree bjon rar fortuno to wituess. I wont over to ...

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
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SPORTING. RACES TO COME. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 28 March 1868

SPOUTING. RACES TO COME. Homcbush Autumn Meeting— Easter Slonday and-Tucsduy. Berrima— Starch. Ql-m Innca— April 1st and 2nd. Arimdale— April Iftth nnd 11th. Burrnngong— April 15th mid 10th. Randwick Autumn Sleeting— April 2o!h and 30th, nnd Slny 1st nud 2nd. Sludgco— May.

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