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TUESDAY, MARCH 31. (Before the Police Magistrate.) [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 4 April 1868

Ti'pshay, Maiicii 31. (llrfore tho Polico MicMrnttO Jfnry IMerson, nn old otTonder, wis charged with va-jetney. ii,KT.I™MOT,l.'l,n-',,'U''' ? N, J. J)ob^«, on trm f » rf v itli ullrnving u fcrneiuui dnu to en |,m^°P^C* Cnneti.lilo l-it/p,itri'.-l d..}.-..,d tolhedoir i i st;! :} S;ii.'d ?h/eiK,ai,t W-Mntn .lon.-t, eemard far »tcalire a addl*. wis fi,r»h' r. uniulcd.for llireodivs 't «««'aids not being fo K roming. a '''.t

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GRENELL POLICE COURT. MNDAY, MARCH 30. (Before the Police Magistrate) STALING A SADDLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 4 April 1868

~ X ORBNSSLTi police court. 3Inu\t, March so. (Defoe tho Polico Magistrate) -Witiium Joes was charged with stealing a saddle ou ^h 29th instant. Serjeant Krnuti deposed x From informa* lion 1 receive I went in search of iho thief of a last ejhlle. 1 found prisoner with tho' sutidio (roduced) at tho back of Slib bard's {.iibliuiouse. Prisoner, when charged with tho otlhce, said, ' J did not do it ; I found Iho entllo ut tho IwV.of the house/' John Mittu deposed: On tho evening of the u'Jih liistnt I sadiiled a burse at Davis s public house One William Hollands gut into thofiaJd', and I jumped un behind him, Wotheu rod. up the Main Lead, nud entered n publio ho si', leaving the horso standing loose outsid-. Wo reuiuiiied ubout len minutes, uui, on coming out, tho horso was in tliesiino jhice, but (he saddle was missing. Was under tho impression at (ho moment that Rolland had planted it for n joke, but tio denying i, we went in search of tho stolen article, butjouhl not find it, and th...

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
COMING EVENTS, BY PEGASUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 4 April 1868

?Coui.vo Events, isr Pboabvs. Wntiug before Friday, I not In a position to say anything nbout the General Entries for Homebusli, which closo on thut d&y 1 but I expBj*, thoro will bo a good show as fur as numbers go. llurses uro musteriuS round ; but so fur there nrn do certiiutte discovered ; to to spot wiuncrs would puzzlo tho most distinguished of Turf Prjphjts Fast work is not yet tbo gnnor/il rule ; though eomo nags uro getting pretly forward j and len days moro must piss over beforo I con givo mueh information c^iiccniing the Rand* w.V-k 11.,,. 'i i ? r.„ ir....«.i....t. getting ready qnii-ker. 'J'lio Two-year-old Stakes, ono mid all, arj loo'iol upon as cer luintics for Fonolh, if outs may j«dgw from her bfin;- linked, at something liko even money fiir Tho (I.juulmsb Trial. It miy be a good thing to back her at evens against largo fields of untried colts mid fillies, but I confess I don't see it ; und I shall not bo nt all ostonished to see her bowled over. As for tho...

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE BATTING MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 4 April 1868

The BbTTiso Market. There ts still very littlo betting in tho forthcoming ovont at Randwiek. Tho prin. cipal feature has been an attempt to knock Roso of Australia out of tbo Cup, and from 100 to 15 sho rapidly full to 100 to 7 ; but siueo then sho hus^siiffiwj ? »»gmeriu. iuO to 10 may bo quotjd at her price. Tim Wbilller still first favourite, and Barb and Fireworks aro next in demand. Bylong is also favoured by some of tho knowing onos» and Gloncoo bus been backod for a fair amount at 100 to 8 up 10 to 1. For tbo St Leger, Fireworks is tho only horso - that is inquired for, ond is almost always takeit.' .io doublo events— for tho Leger and Cup, Tub Lbobk.— 2 to 1 on Firework, 2 4 lo 1 v Italian, 4 to 1 Glcncoe. . I'iib SrosBi- Cpp.— 4 to 1 r Tim Whifller (tk), 7 to I v Barb (tk), 7 to 1 v Fireworks (tk Si olT), 8 to 1 v Fishoook, 10 to 1 v Kos« of Australia, 10 to 1 v Bylong (tk), 10 to 1 vOlencio (Ik 100 to 8).— Bells Life in Sydney March 28th.

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 — 4 April 1868

* ' Leaves from (he Journal of our Life in the Highlands, from 1848 to 16G1.' To vhich are prefixed and added extracts from -hn samojournal, giving an account of earlier - isits to Scotland, and tours in England and Ireland, and yachting excursions. Edited l-y Arthur Helps. London i Smith, Elder, And Co.

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ENGLISH SPORTING NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 4 April 1868

ENGLISH SPORTING NEWS. Tub Past Racino Season.—' Argus' writes Tha racing season which basjust terminated may bo regarded as tho longest on rceord, and tho worst on record, and tho worst thut backers havo ever kuown. It has been remarkabto also for tbo heaviest betting that has ever characterised tho English tyrf ; and had Crockford been olive and played tho strength of tho game, as ho was iuvariubly wont to do, he would havo wou, oii a moder ate computation, at least a quarter of a mil* lion. Of course the victims havo been tho pluugerb, who havo got themselves into such deep water that I am afruid extrication is impossible. Of course estates will change huuds, mortgages will huve lo be raised, con* sols sold out lo meet theso debu of .honour, aud many a haughty patrician is as anxious to contruut u loan us tho Papal States or tbo Mexican empire. This is not an encourag ing projpcct I admit ;but the remedy for it '? at oaco simple and fcuslblc, viz., to reduce j the tKiiiug lu moro...

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE QUEEN'S JOURNAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 4 April 1868

f' THE OUEEX'S JOURNAL. ? ^ In the catalogue of royal authors, now of ?onsidcrablelenglli, thero will bo found no ; mime moro illu«irious than that of Queen V Victoria. No doubt works of greater literary i pretention (Iiaii the present have come from royal pens— as poems, histories, philosophical dissertations. Her work takes tho Simplo form of nn ordinary journal of travel— no show about it whntover, except the simplo show of fine natural foeling. In tho grcon ?loth dress of her book she enters familiarlv into our houses. Sho takes us by tho hand, ! Fhcr heart. Hitherto, when she has parleyed with her people as a whole, it lms been in ?tatcly speeches and fonn.il proclamations. Now 'sho lays aside hor robes of Stnto nnd enters into friendly conversation with her subjects on the mero fjoting of a warm, hearted, cultivated, gentlewoman, sharing their tastes and their purjuit i, nnd feelings as one of them. Wo hear of all Iho little likings and dislikes that make up tho great sum of l...

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE RINK IN AMERICA. MILL IN NEW YOUR BETWEEN HARRY HIC[?] AND GEORGE [?]ER. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 4 April 1868

THE RING IN AMKUJOA. MILt, IK NKW YOUK BETWEEN JUHttV IUCCZ.S* AND OEOUQB BtZLBII. ! Tho American spurting papers record a | merry fight in New .York on December 21 I last, between lfarry Hioken and a novice, j named GeorgoSizlcr, in which tho Kngli»h mau had tho best of it, after iijihtiug twenty- 1 eight rounds. Hurry Ilickon is u brother of | AboV, was born at Wolverhampton, England, 1 on April 21, 1833, and is consequently not yet twenty years of ogo. In height ho mea surcs somo 5ft G}hi,uud on tho day of battle pulled down tho-beaui at 1211b. lie obtained considerable repute at hows.aa asparrcr, but appeared within tho squared circle but ouo ! prior to Iho present occasion, and that was with Joo Howkr, nt Greeiutanes, for a 'fiver* eside, young lUeken chalking down his first triumph ufter a good fight, lasting 2 hours 30 minutes, iu which limo fifty-seven round# wcro fought, and both men severely punished. Georgo Sizler, moro generally- known by Iho sobriquet of*' Dutuhy,' it o...

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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EXTRAORDINARY SCENE WITH WILD BRASTS [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 11 April 1868

'Kxtit vonDts'Aitv ScRNKWitu Wii.n Brasti I — 'Die N«w ? York ? Tribune says t— Wo hava riceivc l infirm itinn Irotn a gentleman who ins recently returned from n trip in thu South urn Stale', and was an oyu-witno*» of the ofTiir, of an extraordinary, smld.'n, and ter. riRa contest among thu wild animals ln-loii.' ing to the Southern branch of the Uiranm nnd Van Anihurgh Muu-u-n atid Menaieria Oomoany, which ww hroujhtnhaut in oon sequcnca of their being liocntcd from captivity by n railway accident. It appears tint lha entire monnsem was on routa from M-mt- goinero lo Mobile, and a broken rail preaipl tated aeren cars down «n embankment forty feet from summit to baio. Most of limits wereinoroorles»d»miged-hy tho accident, andthns) containing tho Himalaya boar, tho Bengal ti3°r. tlia Tbib jt b.«ar, and tho Bra. zllUn ti^er, woro so much shattered as to libe. rate tho ocituDinls, and permit thrm to etcapo to tha a'ljninlng forest, wbotico they wero ?peadily attracted by tho carea«o of...

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GOLD AND SILVER IN VICTORIA AND CALIFONIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 11 April 1868

.GOLD AND SUA'KIt IN VICTORIA AXL) ClLlFJN'IA. Subjoined is a statement of thn nmaunt of gold uoil silver produced in Victoria and California sincrf tho diseovcry of these metals iu the** countries. In the past ecrentivn years 33,031,03i ounces of ^ il-l wore r-tis- d I in Vict.«ria, representing n mon'y valuk» of I £135,013,833 j and (he j ield of C tlifjrni i f-tr the tiihtenn vnrs ending in December, lSftO, I was CUJ.05333L dollirs worth or g-ld,or 359U,S0^ dunces, or, at £1 per ou-kc, £1 17,779, 55D. In Viutnria tho imximuin yiull was attained in 185 », un-l tlcre hts been a graduil decline siuo *. The gold yiel I of California reached its culminating pidntm 135J, ani tha -»ipirtiM'i)n oftremure cra 'u ally fell until 18(11, when tho silver of Nevada and tha gold of Idaho began to come ia, and the amount of tho shipments rapidly rose a-.iin. L' i - I »«t euimtta of t«n an'iuit Qold yi-ld of California was 27,009,090 (lol., or 1,421,050 oz , which is less than tha lowest yield of...

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
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MISCELLANEOUS. O'FABBELL'S CAREER IN BALLARAT. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 11 April 1868

MISCELLANEOUS. I O'FABRELL'3 OABEEB IK BALLAKAT. (From ibo Ballarat Star.) After a moit careful nnd critical inquiry from those who were most capabloof forming ? judgment, it would appear that O'Farreli, wuoio name will bo rendered unenviable by bis attack upon the life of tho Duko of Edin burgh, wm ao mora than n monomaniac— an individual who for aomo years pait was ecareelfTespoaiiblefor his actions, and who, from all that can be gleaned, should have bean kept under restraint as a decidod, if not a dangerous lunatic. About ten years since ho settled down in Ballsrat, and whatever bis antecedents might havo been, ho for a lon^r time showed himself a prudent, scniible, and industrious individual— eceenlric to bo suro in tome particulars'- but as a rule, & thorough* going bujincss-li'io sort of psrson. In part* narahip with a man named Konuedy he openeJ a hay and corn store at tho corncr ot Doveton.strcet, and MarkeUsquaro— the pre mises at present in tho possession of Mr. Bo...

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 — 11 April 1868

Wanted WANTED a good Cook oud Lauudress. Apply to Mcs. WARD, Tattcrsall's Turf Hotel. Tenders fllENDERS wanted for delivering aud squar X ing Timber for two li ittfries. Apply ot 01,00,0 FAUKER & Co., Grenfell Muchinp. Freo Church of JEsgland TUB Hl£V. P. P. AOJfEW will conduct Dirine Service and preach on Kuster Sunday, Morning and Kvuning, at the Princess' Theatre, Grenfell, nt 11 and lmlf* past 7. Subject for tho Fretting j—' Tho Devil and his Angels.' Lecturo. rnilERKVP. r. AGXEW will deliver a X Lecturo in tin Theatre, Seven-Mile dig gings, on Wednesday livening, April 13th, Subject— '* Eecollcctiona of a Prisou Chaplain.' Tlio llev.P. P. AGXiiW will (hy request) deliver a L-eture ut the X'lincess' Theatre, Greufell,ou Friday Kver.itii», April 17tli, at 8 o'clock, suVjecl—' The Singularities of tho Evil Spirit of tho Day.' Admission, by ticket. ? Church of England. Aiucirrcr.oRS' tea meeting will beheld in iho l'lUXCKSS' TlIEATIti:, On Wednesday Evening, 26ili April, At...

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LATEST TELEGRAM. SYDNEY. Friday 8 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 11 April 1868

LATEST TELE GUAM. (Fuoit Qunrittc's Teleobiit CouraNy.) SVDNI5Y. j Friday 8 p.m. ! O'Farrell is apparently resigned lo bis (uto. I A proclamation has been issued in tho Oo» rerument Gazette that (ho Government haro good reason to believo that certain persons meet for seditious purposes, aud rewards are offered for their apprehension. The Opposition uro obstructing Iho passing of the Kitimatei as much as possible, and iho Government declare they will luako no pay ments till I hey am passed. !

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
RATES OF POSTAGE TOWN LETTERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 11 April 1868

BATES OF POSTAGE Town Letters. Hot exceeding half an ounce ? Id ffot exceeding ono ounce, but exceeding half an ounco ? 2d. Bor every additional half-ounce, or less Id CoCKTBT LBTTBBB. For delivery in any part of the colony at which tho letters are posted Vot exceeding half un ounce ? ... 2d. Not exceeding ono ounce, but exceeding half un omico ? 4d. For every additional balf-ounco, or less 2d Lettebs to and j»bom tub United Kinodoii. (Except in special eases.) Via Southampton. MarsciUei. Not exceeding i ox. 0 0 0 10 Exceeding t 02., but not exceeding 1 or. 10 18 Exceeding 1 oz., but not esoMHling 2 o*.- 2 0 ? ? - 8 -4 Every additional oz., orfractionofatioz. 0 18 Xibttbbb to Buictan Colosieb and Fobeiox Not exceeding 1 or., Gd. j exceeding * oz., but not excoeding 1 oz., Is. t for every addi tional | oz., or fraction of } oz., Gd. ; exn eept to tho Alouritius, India, Ao., and in special cases, for which see monthly Postal Guide. ITohet Oddeba. 'Money orders may bo obtained and mad ...

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TUESDAY. SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 11 April 1868

Tl/ElL'iVi Rvo«Br. Father Larken bis been arrested at lloki tika for Feiiiuuism. O'Fiirrell's sister presented a petition pray ing that her brothsr'sciiso may bo remitted lo tin Imperial authurities, and Ills lluyal liuness, before ^larl^ng, intim ited that ho wished Iho j ray.r nf the petition to bo granted. The Kxecilive met yesterduy and decided thut tho pii-.ooer shall bo executed on tho 21st instant.

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 11 April 1868

NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. Ali- letters intonded for publication must be accompunicd by thu rcul namo and address of tho writer— not necessarily for publica tion, but fot tho information of tho editor. THE MINING RECOUP. SATURDAY, APRIL 11,1803.

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LATE NEWS. MONDAY. SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 11 April 1868

LATJ5 AWS. Mo.nuav. Syuynr. His R -ynl UtaUnej* Vrmco Wfr.nl met his Kxcellensy the Q-Jvemor, tha meiubera of the ilinistrr, and sjveral others, by nppjintmeut, at tho Government UtusMa.Jiy, and rend to them uu address; in wh'.uh lis expressed bis grateful sausooftha hiudsoiuo itnd loyal reception given to him by the AmtraUut colonies, and regretted tint anything shutild liavo oo-'iirrt'd lo mir tho u-ii'e.-s d pleasure winch nppiared to oe ujrivea srom ins jr.U.11. was oivpowered by h-s fonlni^. and luJ to «IO|i t.riw in witdiiis U;o After wt»ht-t3 tbu-m far.i vell, walk«.t to m»o wharf eceouip uiic.t hy a 1 1 r£» bo ly of fri.*inf« : wiio hud g ilhtre I ri'uud hin, and emb n-ked j in the pntonco of n o.onipmy of Mldiers, the | Police, and n oro vd of ^.'r^oin who lud only ; heard byithmee of Ids inteiiled depiMure. i He was lustily ehsore l t»y tlis tiraxd, mul ull | tho men of w »r shipi were ti.«nu«il nnd s iluf-s | flreil. T'to Galateairet lull/ 'fidei- wei^ti nt t- ©Monk p.m.,...

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE TREASON FELONY ACT. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 11 April 1868

THE TREASON FELONY AC P. It often happens that men, who do anything iu a hurry, act foolishly, and repent at their IcuuroJ{Tl;0 Legislature has passed an Act, of which a Terr largo proportion of its members aro getting heartily ashamed j and of which it Is very doubtful if it was ever required. Tlio Treason Fofony Act i* a raewarj which , but for i- remirkibto conjunction of circum stances, combined with great cxcitcincntof tho publio mind, wouldnevcrhavobeen made tho IftwofthelandinaDritishcouutry^Uwaspaneil —not so much on account of tha daitordly ?ot attempted to bo committed, of murdering a guest whom all were endeavouring to honor— as because it was stated by authority that a wejifc-miutled Insane class of persons were engaged in a conspiracy to bring disten sion /inmost ilio people, and subTert the authority of tho Government and tho law. Ferilenism was said to bespreading itsbano ful influence over tho country. Assignation bad commence! j and by the dagger ond volverthts secr...

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FORBES. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 11 April 1868

F0H14ES. (L'rom ourowu Correspondent) Aojitcut.TOKAX..— 1 Tho tea»on upon tho ; Lsehiau ha* been quite favorable to both tho agricultural anil pastoral interests. Feed lms b-'eu good, and in conscquenco of thii the rqmtters haro been ublo to forward drafts from their flocks and herds to tho vurious c.tlo'iul markets. Th» farmers grew pro (Vicious crops of oaten hay j oud, considering in which occupation muny ho.v;« uro required i to wor'i umehinery, the price has be»u kept j tip wonditrfnliy. Thi«, ho^evtr, is owiug in ' a great mi*n»uro lo tho fact that n market is I found ol Grenfell. Fur nine weeks past lliu 1 weather has been beautifully flue. Clouds have gathered on serer il occasions in tho oven i:tl- sty, und hopes wero i-xrite:l of approach iug rain, *oul y to bo disajipointbd. Farmers are anxious i j g-)t their hnd prepared for crops, but it r.seds moistening before (It for tb«* plough. In order lo in iko sure of u good crop it is eelimated that the seed should bo in tlio g...

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
EPITOME OF NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 11 April 1868

EPITOME OF NEWS. TiiBWuBAxMiBECT— At Yass there is still ! a considerable demand for wheat ut4i9J to J Ss Gd. per bushel, with a rising market. At I Murrumburrah, Mr. Murphy is freely giving Gs per bushel, and for very superior samples offers an ndvanco upon that quotation. At | Qucanbcyan, a demand lifts set in for tho Sydney market, ond 5* 9J is now tho priiM offered for sound samples. At Goulbum thu millers «flVr Gj. to Gs. mid 3.1, and aro pre pared to purchase any quantity tlwt may bo brought forward. AtAlbury Gs is ttie quo tation, but it is stated tlut there is nut quite such n good demand as some short tsin* ago, owing to a decline iu Melbourne mice. At Tumutand Gundagai themetkvt appears have receivod very slight impetus from the demand experienced elsewhere, the Intent local paper to band quoting— at Tuiuut, wheat, 3s 91 j flour £9 und £10.— Y^*s Courier, April CiBccrr Couuts.— Tho Circuit C,»urt at Goulburn commences on the Oth Ap'il. Mr, Justice Fjucett presides. Kithcrl...

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