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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 29 September 1877

Day of Thanksgiving. IN consequence of tlie breaking-up of tlie drought, it lias been deemed advisable that THURSDAY next, October 4th, be set apart as a Day of Thanksgiving. The public are, therefore, requested to close their places of busi ness, in order that all may havo an opportunity of uniting in tlio intended special services. Hill, Halls, & Allen Henry Burrell D. Pyne, J.P. J. O'Ryan J. J. Anderson E. P. Agnew M, Levy Clias.. Muller P. Davoren R. M. Vaughn, J.P. ? ? Wm. Howarth. ? ? Church of England, Grenfell. Public Thanksgiving Services. i Oil account of the breaking-up of the drought, - will be held in Holy Trinity Church, ; On Thursday next, Oct. A, At 11 o'clock in the morning, and 7 in the evening,. . Special Sermons will bb Preached: All are cordially invited to attend. Rev. E. S. 'WILSON, Incumbent. Australian. Joint Stock Bank. THIS Bank will be CLOSED on TB URSDAY NEXT, being tlie day set apart for ' Thanksgiving for Rain. J. J. ANDERSON, Manager. Oriental...

Publication Title: Grenfell Record And Lachlan District Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 6 October 1877

ABSTRACT OP AUCTION SALES. This Day T. HOLTEN, at Stakes' Hofe1, nt. 2, HoraeB Monday Next J. L. 'WAUGH, ot hi. f.fllio. lit 12, Allotments Tcrsday Nfxc M. IJEYY, on the pri-mueo, in II, Mr ICriiikB* fur ni'ure, tobiwmi. &o WEDNF8DAY NvXT J L WATJGH, ot his Yu'ds, F«t Ottlln GRENFELL. — Impmrad^d at Grenfell, on the 29th day of Senroii|iorJ^i'Om.''Seven Mile, by T. A. McDe&idS^V*'^ Bay mare, 03 over Y near shoulder, star, A JsJ off shogfifer, brcflcen. BlackFilly, HC cfifijoined1 neaa shoulder. If not released will be sold# on the 18th of October. t THOMAS HOLTEjp, Poundkeeper. Gtolden Reefs Division (No. 49) sWs of Temperance. niVt-i anniversary. WednMay, Oct. 10th, 77 PROGRAMME. * 1. Brethren assemBJp at EBall ... 9 a.m. 2. Procession through town ? 10 3. Cricket match and^jorta,.^ ... 12 4. TEA MEETING . JV ? ' ffis®, p.m. 5. Annual Report ...^L ? & 6. Dissolving Views, in^yhich will' be introduced sevekal local sketches and noted celebrities 9 T. DANCE ? ...

Publication Title: Grenfell Record And Lachlan District Advertiser, The
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By Electric Telegraph Sydney, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 6 October 1877

By Electric Telegraph [Press Telegram Association. '1 Sydney, Friday. The. Assembly have passed the Loan Bill, also tho Appropriation Bill through all their stages. The- House adjourned until Wednesday next. A considerable, amount has already- been handed in on account of the In dian famine re lief fund.. A public meeting will be held on. Thursday next. A porfeot deluge of rain fell' yesterday, accom -panied by violent sqnalls, flooding the Btreets in the lower parts, r-f tlie city. London, September 28'. The special correspondents report that the greatest discontent and discouragement prevail - at tile Russian head quarters. Russian success is regarded as hopeless unl'eFg. a- ohaifgo'bemadein the personal staff. Bulgarian', operations' retarded. Tho Russian centre before Plevna was attacked on tho twenty fifth and defeated with heavy loss Tho Russians wore- compelled! to- falL back to South J'agdyei There has been a sevore contest between, tlie forces under Ismail Plvslia., and Gen...

Publication Title: Grenfell Record And Lachlan District Advertiser, The
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MALICIOUS REPORT. (To the Editor of the Grenfell Record.) [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 6 October 1877

MALICIOUS REPORT. (To the Editor of the Grenfell Record, f Sir, — It having been reported by some malicious persons that a document was drawn up and signed by the members of the Sons of Temper ance in this district, to the effect that they would not patronize the late R. C.- tea meet-, ing,' I, as one of the members, arid a constant attendant at the meetings of that body, dis tinctly aver that sucn au assertion is a deliberate falsehood, and that it has only been circulated' with a view to damage the forthcoming festival' of the Sons of Tempurance. I would aW further beg to state that the date of our Anni versary should have been 29th ultimo ;? but it' was considered expedient, and decided, long before any notice of the tea meeting in question' being projected was published, that in order not to interfere or clash with the commemoration of the Oddfellows' Anniversary, we should post pone ours to the 10th of present month,- a- notice1 of such intention having subsequently appeared in...

Publication Title: Grenfell Record And Lachlan District Advertiser, The
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STRAYING ANIMALS. To the Editor of the Grenfell Record. [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 6 October 1877

STRAYING ANIMALS. To the Editor of the Grenfell Record. Mr. Editor, — Can anything be done to put' a stop to the intolerable goat and cattle nuisance. Tho destruction of vines, frnit trees, and vegetables, by these pests is really' serious, and ought not to be allowed bf the police. I am advised to shoot all goals found within my fence, but I do not see how I can do so, in consequence of vajj garden being situated within the town bound ary,- where I am prevented from discharging firearms.- PerhapB Sergeant Lane will read this, and,- knowing the law,- will put it into force,- and cleat1 the township not only of goats, but of another animals straying ? the boundary. I am, sir, yours obediently',. p. a

Publication Title: Grenfell Record And Lachlan District Advertiser, The
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Latest English News. London, September 24 [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 6 October 1877

latest English lews. [FROM TUB HBttiLD'8 TELKGHAM8] London. SeDtember 24 The- accounts of last Friday's fighting, near Biela, were greatly exaggerated. The Turks ... admit that tho action was indecisive. The attack was made upon the Russians' entrenched 'nnait.inna' ot rT,n,',.T,n; ? 1 ? ? ? ? ,. umu.ni/i-uutiiimia, Buiuiuanaing the main road to Biela, and was successfully re pulsed. . The position of Mehemet Ali's main force is unknown. .The Czarewitch ia receiving large reinfoi ce- ments. Plevna is nearly surrounded by the Russian .. forces. Osman Pasha has been urged to make a sortie in order to effect a junction of the two forces. Sulieman Pasha renewed the assault at 'Fort . Nicholas, Schipka Pass, last Fridav. but with out success. i Twenty thousand Turks have been sacrificed in the various attempts to take tfte ScMpIsa Pass. Tlie Fimes says that the Austrian Ambassador at Constantinople had a private interview with the Sultan, and remonstrated, against the con tinued atrociti...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 6 October 1877

Church of England. — The evening service , r, will, on and after Sunday next, commence at half-past seven o'clock until further notice. V( School of Arts. — The meeting called fur Monday evening last, lapsed in consequence of only two members of the comniifree at'oiidim*. ^ Yass — Alleged Conspiracy.— In the case of Messrs Wallis Brothers, who were charged with conspiracy to obtain from the Queen a irrrtnt of land situate at funiblt'ton Falls, Sir James Martin recommended the jury to return verditt for tho defendants, on the ground that there was no evidence of a conspiracy to obtain a grant from the Queen ae charged, but there was of doing so to entitle to a grant. Mr Butler defended Messrs. Wallace. * Land Sales. — At the pelice oftice, Grenfell, on Wednesday, 24th October, country lots— Lot A, p 55, 189a, county Bland, parish Berrigan, . adjoining the western boundary of portion No. 54, and the north-ea3tern boundaries of Messrs. Gibson's portions ISTos. 1:0, 31, and 32, of 40 ac...

Publication Title: Grenfell Record And Lachlan District Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 6 October 1877

NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. All letters intended for publication must Z-e accompanied by the real name and address of the writer — not necessarily for publication, but for the information of the Editor. T II E GKKNFELL RKCOHT). SATURDAY, OCTOBER 6, 1877.

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CATHOLIC. [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 6 October 1877

CATHOLIC. The tea-meeting and dance in aid of the Catholic Church and School Building Fund, took place in the Oddfellows' Hall, on Wed nesday last, and proved to be one of the most, if not the most, brilliant and success ful entertainment of the kird held in Gren fell. It was not only well patronised by the ceneral public of Grenfell. but also bv friends residing at a considerable distance. In fact, from noon till eve George-street presented an unusually lively appearance through the arrival from the country of buggies and other vehicles laden with visitors. The hall was tastefully decorated, by Mrs. Davoren, with evergreens, flowers, banners and Dags. On the side walls, in conspicuous letters, were the mottoes, Faith, Hope, Chnrity, Friend ship, Love, and Truth. At the back of the stage, at tho end of the hall, was a well exe cuted scene of the Canongate, Glasgow, which gave a finish, and adc!ed considerably to the appearanco of tho building. The tea tables on the two sides aud end...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 6 October 1877

A Puicblubs Blessing — Health in a prieo'ess blessing. Moi-nrehs would barter their tbronps to possess it, million'iiren surrender their treasures in exchange fur it. TJnfor unately it in of'on unattain. ablo. But that it is not beyond tho reach of nervous invalids, dyspepiic and rheumatic sufferers, tho vie tims of intermi'tenl and remittent fever, persons dobilitatod hy sickness nnd thoso naturally i'-firm, is proven by the remedial victories over tliene com plaints and' disodors of Udolpiio Woi/fk's Schiedam Abomatio Schnapps. Drw op the ALrs — Tbo tonie and virilizing pro.. parties of tl is ngreenbln vegetnb 0 spcciGo have been fully tested in all the various elimateB of Australat-i-t, and the universal opinion of our people seems to bo that it ie the finest tonic, tho most reliable restorn 'ive, nn4 tbo nurest prevntivo of all i pidemic and endemic diseases that has ever roiiehod us. To Messrs. 51 IWoss anrl Co. we arc indeb'ed tor our first acquaintance with this appetizing co...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 6 October 1877

The Ministerial crisis, so far as the present Parliament is concerned, 1ms ended. Mr. S. 0. Brown having failed in his attempt to form an Administration, his Excellency the Governor ia said to have sought first the assistance of the Speaker to help him out of his difficulty, and failing in that, he, as a last resource, communicated with Earl Carnar von for advice. Whatever truth there may be in these reports, the outcome is, that Sir Hercules Robinson has given up the strug gle with Sir John Robertson, and has given an unqualified assent to a dissolution of the present incapable Assembly. Consi dering how evenly balanced parties- are, the wonder to lookers on lias been the infatua tioiv of the Governor in so long attempting the impossibility of forming out of the' material which composes the Assembly anew Ministry, capable of carrying on the business of the country. It is contended by some that the Governor has acted strictly in accordance with the spirit of the Constitu tion ; if s...

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PROGRESS OF THE NEW BUILDING FOR THE CHURCH OF ENGLAND, GRENFELL. [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 6 October 1877

PROGRESS OF THE NEW BUILD ING FOR: TllE CHURCH OF ENGLAND, GRENFELL. A most encouraging and t 'enthusiastic meet ing of the tietv Church Btufding Committee was held in the vestry of Holy Trinity Church, on Friday evening, 28th ultimo. Thirteen members were present, exclusive of the superintendent of works ('Mr. W. S. Potts). The minutes of previous meeting were read arid confirmed. The foundation was reported as complete, and reflecting every credit on the builder, Mr. George Howe,- of this town. Tho amount d\ie to the contractor for this work was passed, and ordered to be paid in full. Tho material and workmanship was described as of a most durable character. . Atone corner of the building a depth of 6ight fset bad been necessary, in order to' ?ea:oh the solid granite rock. Tho Treasurer read his rep'ort,,- showing that when all amounts due for the foun'dation wero paid, a cash balance of £250 to the credit of the committee would remain. It was also reported that sums promised to t...

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LITERARY CURIOSITY. [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 6 October 1877

T.TTTCP.A RV ntTRTOSITY. . 1.' What strango infatuation rules mankind, 2. What different spheres to human bliss assign! d ; 3. To loftier tilings your finer pulses burn, 4. If 111.111 would but bis finer nature learn ; 5. What several ways id 011 to their calling have, 6. And grasp at lifo through sinking to the grave. 7. Ask what is human life ! the snse replies. 8. Wealth, pomp, and honour are but empty toys : 9. We trudge, we travel, but from pain to pain, 10. AVeak, timid, landsmen on life's stormy main : 11. We only toil who are the first of things. 12. From labour health, from health content ment springs : 13. Fame runs before ns as tho morning star, 14. How little do. we know I hat which we are ; 15. Let none then hero his certain knowledge boast 36. Of fleeting joys too certain to be lost ; 17. For over all there hangs a cloud of fear, 18. All is but change and separation here. 19. To smooth life's passage ' o'er its stormy way, 20. Sum up at night what thou has't done by da...

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LocaL Intelligence. POLICE COURT. FRIDAY. Before R. Halls, Esq., J.P. William Hughes—Sheap-stealing. [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 6 October 1877

Local Intelligence. POLICE COURT. Friday. Before R. Halls, Esq., J.P. William Hughes — Sheap-stealing. Mr. Newton appeared for the prisoner. Alexander Mathieson deposed : I am a police constable, stationed at Grenfell ; I arrested the prisoner by virtue of a warrant, which I' produce, it is dated the 26th Sep tember,. and is signed by R. M. Vaughn ; prisoner is oharged by Patrick Walsh with PA„vf-Of-n oVioor. nr. m. H. „ OO..J September ; the sheep have been recovered, five of them have been shorn ; Mr. Walsh fully identified the sheop ; after I arrested the prisoner, I cautioned him in the usual manner ; the prisoner said that he had shorn the sheep by mistake, and that he was very Borry for- it I sent prisoner to Grenf&ll in charge of constable Shea. Sergeant Lane asked for a remand1 for a week. Mr. Newton applied for the-prisoner to be allowed bail,. which was objected to by ser geant Lane. His Worship, after hearing the sergeant and Mr. Newton, granted bail; the prisoner...

Publication Title: Grenfell Record And Lachlan District Advertiser, The
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DOGS IN CHURCH. (To the Editor of the Grenfell Record.) [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 6 October 1877

DOGS IN CHURCH. I To the Editor of the Grenfell Record.) — Will you allow mo through the Record to ask the owners of the dogs which come to church so regularly to prevent them in future from annoying tho congregation, by tying them up as soon as tho first boll ringBi On Sunday evening week, there wero five or six running from pew to pew, and one, bolder than his fellows, ventured within the Commii nion rails,' an intrusion wuicn, ny some oi me clergy, would be considered an act of the greatest desecra'tion'. Last Sunday, one of the most regular of these four-footed church goers set up a hart a's soo'n lis the ch'anting began ? the next move will b'e a fight,- to the a'musemeni of the j-ouh'ggfers.- 'These fhfngrf on'ght not to be,' afi'd owner's of dogs, who hav6' any sens'e' of propriety/ will, it is hoped,. take the hint, and so prevent a repeti tion of the nuisance, ,, . Yours faithfully, BISHOP BARKEii.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 6 October 1877

Paeliamentaky. — Mr. James Watson has acain heon offered tho important position of the Colonial Trpasnrership, this timn by Mr. P. C. Brown, who has been end flavouring to fo»*m a Ministry. This is the third time lately that stich an undonbted compliment bns h eii paid to our mnmher. first by Sir John Rnbrrf. snn, and afterwards by Mr. Stuart and T\Tr. Brown. We bolievo we are correct in stntiticr that, the crounds of ]\Tr. Watson's unwillingness to accept the portfolio from Mr. Brown was their difference of opinion on the education question, on which matter Mr. Stuart, and Mr. Watson, it is well known, hold similar views. In several of the country papers a statement has appeared to tbo effect that Mr. Watson de clined to accept office under Mr. Stuart, but we liiive reason to believe that, notwithstanding his reluctance on account, of his private busi ness avocations, be is willhit/ to brcome Trea surer in the Stuart Ministry, had it been formed. — Bur. Ghroniclc. J Captain' Oarew ...

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COURT OF REQUESTS. TUESDAY. Before D. Pyne. Esq., J.P. [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 6 October 1877

COURT OP REQUESTS. Tuesday. Before D. Pvne, Esq., J.P. John Marks v Arthur Ingrey — £5, dam age sustained through loss of situation. John Marks, o» oath, stated that he had been employed' as shepherd by Mr. ~W. Bootes ; on the 20th September, and on four previous occasions,- when feeding his sheep on n ? „o,.J Viuwii luim, no.li ° defendant drove and hunted the sheep away,, and being liable to lose his sheep through de fendant's conduct in scattering them, he gave up his situation,, and- had come to Court for £5 compensation' for damage he had sus tained, and for which many would have claimed £20, if not £30. By defendant : Had been told over and' over again that he had no right to feed his flock close to defendant's place;: knew that' defendant had1 sheep feeding there. Plaintiff acknowledging, in reply to a question put hy the Bench, that he had' not been discharged by Mr. Bootes,- but hud left his situation of his own accord, the' case was dismissed. Plaintiff, not being satisfie...

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Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 6 October 1877

Correspondence. IVe loish it to be distinctly understood that we do nut iti liny way identify ourselves with the opinions expressed by our correspondents.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 6 October 1877

RILEY BROTHERS' ?ORIGINAL £5 BALES. CA R HI AGE FREE BY MA I L EVERYWHERE f To the inhabitants of Grenfell, Marsclcns, Brundah Creek, AJorangorcll, and others in the District. PARCELS of DRAPERY and BOOTS and SHOES frnmc£2 n»d upw»rdi- wp Vnd carriage puid. ICt ry parcel ia packtrl »euri»lv, nnd will rie'Kerud flufely by M*il Coiich in i-ix dnys. or the monoy retunn^/^^n order lo^jffv the quickest nnoaib o i'ea patch to ordnra fr6m the country, vi/ji^ntive^Hflded tb6?'yjq^v»n^ Sp- cial Departments to our business : — Special Tailoring Departments^) ......Special Dressmaking Department £4 For a Gentlpmnn'a Pact Suit, of. g^o^s material, thorMiihly fhrunb^ancl mado to measure.. Carriage paid. G *ntl» m« n, who r.i'VHr buy ready made c nthing, and th Be who c-mnot g*t mob to fir them', .may now ohtnin what they require ' 'made to me^pure,' with a guarantee of a '? good fit,' &t priced upumly paf-H for slops. .£ Tull variety of Trou'pering nnd Coat&j'' '-ing Ptttt.prne,-...

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GRENFELL FREEHOLDERS AND HOUSEHOLDERS' ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 6 October 1877

GRENFELL FREEHOLDERS AND HOUSEHOLDERS' ASSOCIATION. The first regular meeting, subsequent to a preliminary one, of the members of this recently founded body, was held in the Masonic Hall, on Friday afternoou, Septem ber 28th, at 4 o'clock. Mi-. Vaughn, upon taking the chair, stated that for some time past there had been a feel ing existing amongst the leading residents of Grenfell, that by means of a society like this, u.. ..a* ? : ? .. — i. i ? ? j uy uiiuiuuig iw» iraiuruwi wie u|-|j(iri iiiuuy uiiu benefits of united action, great good would be obtained for the town and district ; it had been, in consequence, determined to organize at once, and go to work in a regular manner. Several preliminary meetings had been held by those geivtlemen taking great interest- in the movement, and a code of rules hud been drawn up; and would he submitted to this meeting for approval. - - Many public matters requiring attention were now utterly neglected for want of united action ;- for in stance,...

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