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THURSDAY. BATHURST. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 18 April 1868

TllUBSDlY. BATnCJHT. DrBeatty, tri;d to-day on the chargo of rape, was acquitted, Patrick Martin, trind yesterday, for assault, fined £10 or li months imprisonment, Frederick Price, found guilty, uttering forged cheques.

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LATE NEWS. MONDAY. ADELAIDE. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 18 April 1868

LATE_ MWS; Monday. ADrr.Aioa. Thnrosil sleamcr arrived herethts mormng bringing .English dows to 14th March as hit 1 Darby has rjsianed as Primo Minister ofK'jglan l, inonietpii'nco of illhelih; but tho \neinbcrd ofthe Imperial Cabinet have o0'rcod lo tako olllee under Dbneli. Application has b^no maie by tho Jamiiea Cjinniitti'O at Iho Biw street' Police Ofll.*e,l ngaimt Mr. Eyre, late Oavernur of Jmojica ; | but tho application was refund. There wusu largo uttemlinec at tho wool I reies, and prices abranivd {Jiree-ei^hU of n penny to one penny per lb. J.ats wero however sol i higher than tticso rates privately j aud a further [advauco was The Queen, who was well, was to bo ad dressed by Irish residents in London, for tho purpose offomallyrepudintiuj all sympathy with the Fenian movement. ThoPrincoofWul''' going to Ireland for Installation rs a Knight of St. l'urtriek. Tho Imperial Purliameut had mot and tho Habeas Corpus Act was further suspended in Ireland. Irish Reform measures ...

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 — 18 April 1868

FORBES. (From ournwn Correspondent) . Mimag.— About six years ago cold was obtained on the westerly slope of Burrackhill near the surface, in Ihe rear of the large utoresof MeKiuluy Brothers, and nrarlv tv quarter of a mile enM of the old South lead. This fart h.-eiuno conerally known, but ut. tr.ietcl but littlo intention. Hi live, huwevor. the dueovery of |-ay»bl« rurfa- i'g nt the hind of thu Union, and bi't*-« cn MntliiefOn's n id Tfioiuusosi's ieath, a'le/ition lua ni en furit--it toward tho spot men i -iio;!, Ab.itu. thrco yeuM a^o Lli.i'l--a Huvidg.? atid patty i-»-ik fort r.d Mi'ifis on tbe lint not Very far from th.» -'oii!ii tend i und, nt th-* lime, lioycs wero culcrlniut d thut a It'Ctler wunhl be i'-t- r'U{-led But nollting \v,t« fjU'itl. ha*t y.ur Otoiyo Mnthii'Wn and party Mpjlicd foru leas* of 12 m-res, trul routi'iucd several mouths in tha most flllciont inaimr to prefpn't for the ftvlcr thut wasauppiB'dtoexist. -Nothing, how ever caijic of il, c.wpt that tl«-y foun...

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 18 April 1868

notice. OUR Correspondents must bo good enough lo send in their communications as early in tho week as possible. Wo cannot guarantee -the insertion of any letter sent for publication

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
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SECOND DAY—THURSDAY. TURF CLUB HANDICAP, of 5 sovs, each, with 100 sovs [?] 2 miles and a distance. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 18 April 1868

Sfrco.s'u Pay— Thcusday. TobfCwb lUN'tucAP.ofu sova. oicti, wtn I 1U0 sovs. a.ldtd i 2 miles uud n dijtance. V An admirable »lurt. Riverina and Eclipse keeping toiMher for two miles, wtion Sweet* briar, whu had furced lint running, ' coined ii:.' Kclip'o led tn iho lart quarter mile. |x-s?, teijun liireriat p'lt the s'cam on, and rnme in u winner by threo lengths. Kelipso second, Sweeihrinr third. Pui^ok AlvukpStacim, of30 sovs., with a aweep of 1 8--v. } 1 mile uud a distance. A good start wt* ellniittJ, but old Pasahu I ha t loo inuoh li-ot for his i:ump«-tilors, and came houitt clererly, beul{n-; Barriitcr by a length. Yott'jg .Mormon third. CoseotATiox Staukj, of 20 sovs., for all hors^'e le feu duriiu tho meeting ; 1 uiile. Vanguard, flr,t (VeamuuV) i Swoetbriar, secomt ; t'asehu, thiri. A cojd (tart. Van guard went Ml' with tbe lend, uud nfter. a really IriHiatit finish with Swretbrmr was liiided u winner bj half a length, throngh ehiOi* go.*d r diug. Foiicku IlA.tutCAP, of25 ...

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 — 18 April 1868

NOTICE TO' CORRESPONDENTS. J ILK letters intended for publication must be I accompanied by the real numo nnd address j of tho writer— not necessarily for publico* j tion, but for tho information of the editor.

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BURRANGONG TURF CLUB RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 18 April 1868

BUHKANbONO TURF CLUB RACES' (From a correspondent,) Tli's fivorit-j Raco Meeting cimo ofTon Wednesday and Thursday last, nnd so fur ns tho racing i* itoncerncd was tcry suecetaful. Tho various prixos being well contested. Tho attendance wis small, on neither day exceed ing 800, principally equestrians; being a slraug-j contrast with tho immense crowJa iu the tlays of joro, when tho Burrungoug gold Held was in'ita prime. k'niST Pay—' WfiDjrrSDir. Tlio following is the programmo Maiurk 1'l.vtk, of 2 eovs. cuuh with CO sovs. added ; 11 miln. A good btirt clTectrd, n fino raco homo be tween Tho Moor uud Barrister. Tho Moor winning by a length. Cajtlereagh third. Publican*' Pok3b, of do sova, with a sweep of 2 ajvs. eutdi, for all horios, carrying weight forage; 3 miks. Riverina nnd Chancellor went ofT with a good starr, nnd maintained their position uu chatiged throughout, lu the last half mile Chancellor mude a game cflort to overhnwl thu mare, but wus beaten by a length. Van guard ten...

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
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ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 18 April 1868

ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS. A Loveb op Faib I'J.iT- — Your letter had no signature, and wo, therefore, did not know from whom it came. Ilad it becu authenticated in llio usual way it would hare boen inserted last issue. THE MINING 'RECORD. SATURDAY', APRIL 18, 1808,

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
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GRENFELL MINING REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 18 April 1868

GRENFELL MINING REPORT. Tlio want of water countinucs in certain quarters to ba rery much fott. For inetunco, at the 7-iIilo f hero aro estimated to bo moro than thrco thousand loads of wash-dirt upon ♦lie surface, awaiting rain before it can be washed.VOnaC'.'Ountof not being ublo to realizo imiuediately.tbo proceeds of their labor, sore* rat parlies hire been obliged to cease working their claims for a time, and seek nther employ oejit. This, of course, has a tendency to inako business dull und cadi scarce. Tho prospccls oftho alluvial miuernt thisplorc, although not of tho brighlott, aro yet healthy and enrouraging for Iho approaching win* tor. There ore at least one hundrrd and fifty, nnd somo estimate tho number as high aa two hundred miners at work at this place. There aro four puddling maeluuos, tut tha moat general method of separating thu gold from tho dirt is by means ot lon& Touis, stores of wlmhore iu uso whenever water is avail able, Most ofthe miners are saUsde...

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 18 April 1868

Tub chief aim of Ihe statesman who aspires to write his namo indelibly in tho history of this country, should undoubtedly be, by wiso j legislation, to raise the moral and intellectual ; status of tho people ; and, secondly, to put | tlio State House in order, and sco that tho j country goes on respectably— paying its way andnot, liko a bankrupt trader, always in debt and trying to borrow of nnyono who has money lokud. An eminent political writer of our times, in speaking ofthe position to ba maintained botvreen tho Government and tho peoplo, says that the former really stands' in the relation to, and has aright to nisumo tho duties of a parent to his children. If this be so, it is pretty certain that, as far ai money matters go, tho parent is setting a very t ad ? example) audiibceomtng known erery where in this respect as arcry shiftless and questionable character. There may be in our Government and Porliameut some rery tolcrablo speakors and political economists; but it is becomi...

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COURT OF REQUESTS. THURSDAY, APRIL 16TH. (Before the Police Magistrate.) [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 18 April 1868

COURT OP REQUESTS. Ttiuojovr, Anul lGru. (Beforo tbe Police Magistrate.) Sereral cases for amounts exceeding £5, postponed last court for want of a eeeoud magistrate, were again postponed for the samo Hulls and Allen t Bowler. — Adjourned till nest court. Fresh summons to issue. John Siding' v McMrrrick.— Claim £5. for quart* sold.— Mr. llyallfor defendant. — Non- suited. Conolly t Porker.— No appearance. Thompson v Girard.— No appearance, Ur.-/M v M'Coy. — Cltiru £3 15s., goods sold —Verdict for plaintiff, exccutiou not to issuo for ofiu mouth. Vandyke v McCanuell.— Claim £l Si.— Adjourned until next court. l'urss v Brock.— Mo appearance. Booth v. Theonarty.— Adjourned till next Court. MeLelland r. Byall,— Summons not served j

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EPITOME OF NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 18 April 1868

EPITOME OP NEWS. | Tun Mackenzie Mubdbb8. — Another act | , in tho Macketizio Rirer tragedy has been : finished. Tho miserable wrclch, who, by one j single leap, descended from his high estate to I become-a robber and a murderor, was, on Wednesday Jast, sentenced to expiate his graro offence on tho gallons; and when this sen tenco is carried out tho curtain will fall upon a tragedy which, fortunately for social life in the colonies, stands almost alone in the cold-blooded atrocity which inurked the crime of Ihe principal aotor. The man whom tho law has adiuducd to becuiltvof this i /but murder, previous to its contmistiott, ap peared to hare bceu especially favoured by : fortune, lie arrived in Brisbauo about seren years ago, and occupied for a consideraole time tho position of chief constable in the metropolis ; and during the timo he filled this oiCco he secured for himself mauy friends friends, too, who bad the ability and the will to assist him in climbing tho ladder which loads...

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TUESDAY, APRIL 14. (Before the Police Magistrate.) SHEEP STEALING. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 18 April 1868

Trmvw, Ai'nit, 14. (Before the l'oh\v M^istrate.) James Ingrcv, un bi.il, was again brought up. _ Scuiur-canslaUoStuthcrLui-] deposed: T pro duco a wurranl for the apprehcn^i'iii of the prisoner, wherein hu is charged wish haling, on tho ISth day of March last, at Cla rendon, stolen live f-hie'p— to wit, four w» thcrs nml ou? lamb — ihe projwily of .1, Keq.. t»f Naiij-m. The variant ii i-smd hv the I'oliic llu.'is'.r.ite ofUundagai. When *1 tvdd the win-taut lo pi honor, ho Mid he was at Jenkiit's house ou the 13th Alau-h. 1 piay he iauv be remamUd to Gundagai. ltcaaimUdto Guadu^ai. Bail allowed— himself in £100, and two tunnies iu £80 each. Wnrlott t Mitcbcll, Adjournod till tlio 21st instant. Edibion v W. 0. Turland. Fresh summons (o i*»uo. 2LLBQA.L roSUSSlOX. John Parry r. William Dodd, Complainant stated that defendant refused to giro up possession of a house on the Stven*milc, rns property. Thomas Collins dc-posed t I cut lha timber for the house in question. It was built fur o...

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CALENDAR FOR APRIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 18 April 1868

CALENDAR FOB APRIL. I f Jfimowiroi om m Bn!t' *»»? viiet. sets. I »Tur'irir 1 W. All Fool's Dsy 6 17 6 60 a Th. 0 17 5 49 1 F. Now Squatting Regula- 6 18 5-18 4 S. [lions, 1841. G 10 6 40 f 8. /'-ii-M Stf.viur 6 20 B 45 6 M. Ooulburu Clr. Court 6 20 5 41 7 T. 6 21 6 43 8 W. 6 22 5 42 9 Th. 6 22 6 40 10 F. Good Friday 6 23 0 39 11 S. 6 21 G 33 12 s. EastbbSonday 0 23 5 30 IB M. Easteu Monday 0 2G 5 35 14 T. Bathurst Cir, Court 6 27 5 31 15 W. ilooa'i Ut qr, 8 39 ft.ro. 6 27 6 33 16 Tli. 6 28 6 32 If F. 0 28 5 30 18 S. 6 29 6 29 19 3. 1st atteb Easts* 0 30 6 28 20 II. Wagga Wagga Circuit 0 31 6 27 SI T. ? [Court 6 13 5 20 22 W. 6 93 6 24 at Th. Now Mood. 6 24 p.m. 6 33 0 23 24 F. ' 6 31 & -2 I 25 S. 0 33 5 21 20 S- 2nd aptsb EAsfsa 6 36« C 20 37 M. 0 38 6 10 38 T. ^Mutiny of the Bounty, 6 37 5 18 19 W. [1789 0 31 5 17 10 III. 0 39 6 10

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 18 April 1868

THE ' 'MINING RECORD' IS published at th- Office, off Georgo-strect, Qrcnfell, early every Saturday morning. It is Iho only paper printed in the important and riding district of Emu Crcclr, hat an or* tsnsivo and increasing circulation on tboErau Creek Gold-Fields ; at Young, Forbes, Car* ?oar, Gowra, the Bland, ana other settled localities j amongst tho squatters and small I ?outers of tho Lachlan aud aurrouudtng dis- I tricts } and throughout tlio colony generally. I TERMS j SCMtroirilos.— -Six shilling per quarter, I payable in adruico j or. If postod, seven j ?hillings and sixpence. Subscribers trill be received at any time, and charged from tho I period at which they commence. | ADTBUTiaiNO. — Advertisements ore : ehargod for at (ho following rates:— For the i first inch (or less) of space, -is. j for each I succeeding inch, 2s. A discount of 33 per I cent allowed for the second insertion, and 50 per cent* on tho scooud and third if for I thrco insertions, A still further reduc...

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POST-OFFICE TIME-TABLE. ARRIVAL AND DISPATCH OF MAILS ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 18 April 1868

POST-OFFICE TIME-TABLE. ARRIVAL AND DISPATCH OF MAILS Abbivaw. Prom Sydney.— Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, ut 7 30 p.m. From Forbes nnd Sydney.— Monday and Thursday at 9 a.m. From Young and Sydney.— Tuesday and Friday at 9 ».tn. DEPASTURES. To Sydney.— Tuesday, Thursday, and Sun day, at 4i.ro. fo Forbcs.—Tucsday and Friday at 9 a.m, I* ' Young.— Monday and Thursday, at 9 N.B.— Office hours from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. and from 2 to 6 p.m. On Sundays, from 10 a.m. till 11 a.m. Money Orders issued from 9 a.m. to G p.m Sundays excepted. Each mail closcs btlf-an-hour before the advertised time of despatch— except that of Sydney, which closes at 10 o'clock the night

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
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LOCAL NEWS. GRENFELL POLICE COURT. SATURDAY, APRIL 11TH. (Before the Police Magistrate.) [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 18 April 1868

LOCAL NEWS. GRENfELTi POLICE COURT. SATtMlDAV, AlUIL HtU. (Boforo the Police .Magistrate.) William Baxter, for being drunk aud dis orderly, was lined £?', or 11 days imprison Another chargc agaiust the samo prisoner, - for assaulting the pyl/iv, trus Hi'thdniivn. Jlii worship rf'iniuded defendant that u repetition of the oH'eucc would probably scui:o him twu years in caol. Annie Wright, a well known rrcpnt urrival from Forbes, elwrgcd with being drunk ami disorderly, win ulto lined £2, or fourteen da-4 in tho lock-up. Peter Boon, the well known shce-bl«icV,w;;i charged ivilh luing obsccne language und being drunk. While the apprehending ion-tuMa was giving cridrnco, defendant conduiltd him self inn very violent hhuiiut. Fined £5, or. three months in JJathurst gaol. Jair.es lugrcy was '.-barged with this offence. .* Seniur-rniiftnble f-'nilurlatul deposed: I urrcsted prisoner at hi* brother's residence, m ?v'®* couseqnciue uf iufoiiimtioit leeeived from Uniidugui, on a ilmige of shee...

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
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(TO THE EDITOR OF THE MINING RECORD.) [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 18 April 1868

(TO TUB EDITOB OP THE illN J.SG ItCCOUD.) Sik, — On Sunday tho 29th of last month tho 7-Milo Rush was all excitement in conte quence of three mounted polico visiting us, hnring warrants to apprehend two of our re spected neighbours, riz., M r Kelly, rtoreleriier, and Mr. Nnouan, for using treasonable lan guage towutds her Majesty thu Queen, at Cowra, during the*r stay for ono night. They were haudcufl'ed, mnrchcd into Greufcll, nut in tho look-up, and brought before tho bench on Mouduy morning, and remanded (0 Cowra. When culled un before tho Bench Ihero Koonait was accused by a druuLuti person with using tho words, ' It was no moro harm to shoot the b— l'rinto than it was a black uative or black man.' He (the pron cuter) aekuowlcdgcd he was drunk nt tho time he heard the words uttered, so much so that he could not tell creu who served him from behind the bar. Several miMvfuble jH'oplif bring present likewise, swore they never heard such words mentioned ; consequently the pri soner ...

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
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CORRESPONDENCE. [We do not necessarily endorse the opinions expressed by our correspondents.] (TO THE EDITOR OF THE MINING RECORD.) [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 18 April 1868

COKRliSL'ONDENCE. [Wodonot neecs.«nrily otidorso tho opinions j expressed by our correspoudents.^ I Sin,— In a recent number of tho' Alining R.'conl' I observe n letti-r from the Rer. P. L*. Agnew, wherein he qustes a passage from alocturoof mine delivered rnanv year? ago, which bo alleges was ' delivered attku this boasted Synod (meaning, I presume, tho Synod of this diocese) hud been in operation I am unabln to imagine* how Mr. Agnow could haro made this mistake. Tho lecture in question was delirered with tho express and arowed purposo of sbowiug how t&uch a Synod was needed hero, nnd, ofcourso, snvoBi auy such Synod had been brought into exis As Mr. Agnflw seems to attach somo im portance to my statoaients, I beg you will grant me space in your columns for tho cor rection of this mistake. I wish to add lhat we hare a Synod now, that I am perfectly satisfied with our present form of Cuurch Government, and hurii never in speech or writing, publicly or privately, uttered ono...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 18 April 1868

Tho entrances for tbu Brisbane Cup Raco which will bo ruu for at Eaglo Farm, on tlui 2(lth May, Lre not by any iucuus so numerous ascouldharo hecn desirod, considering the rsluo of tho prizes offered. This is lo bo accounted for by tho fact that thero aro rery few horses with nny racing pretentions at present in tbo colony, und tho uttractioiiA offered by Iho Turf Club are not sufficient to induco owners of horses in tho other colonics to visit us. Theracingcapubilitiesof Premier, Centipede, aud Forester, three nut of the five horses entered, are well known U tho sport ing world. Forceter is u game old liorst*, and has sccu much service iu his time, and after his long spell of re»t lie ought lo provoadau gcrous antagonist to bis younger opponents. Premier, however, is likely to be tho most fancied. Pandora is a inuiden horse, by Mid dlesex out of Dora, one oflht- fastest mito and a half horses of her timo. The filly is at pro sont in Now South Wales, uuder tbo charge of.Sam Holmes, ...

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