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TUESDAY, APRIL 28. (Before the Police Magistrate.) ENCROACHMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 2 May 1868

TrusuAV, April 28. (Ueforoth* Police Magistrate.) Tredcriek M'Coy nnd party were nimiticu»d by John Bingham Jon--* and party for en croachment upon sreurd on the Young Aus tralian Reef, Tya^ongj tha ground baviug becu applied for by Jones and party under the Lensiuz Svstem, tttid M Coy and party Imviiip nut in o' ierllens to tho t'rftiitlnw th*r/» of. Undor such elrcutnslnnces it becsme nrcssary fo» ainarhteato to investigate and repwt upon the matter* in dirnu'e. John llingbam Junes deprfod : We took up nnd ppgge'd otr a prospecting claim 011 Iho Voutig Auttrdia' ftf.nn the2s)lb Jute. 1PC7, We peg^d ofl' 240 -\ct tlu lius of reef by 200 yards in width. We worked thnelnim rvntiiiuonsly until the crushing of 110 tons, iti iho latter end of Jauuary, or first of Feb - rimry. Four of rho party were dissatisfied with* tho result of crushing nud abandoned Ihe grouud, leaving me to pay the expenses. Myself, (wo sons, Btid ion in-iutv, then took up tho ground. My eons were absent for Mime l...

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. MONDAY, APRIL 27. (Before the Police Magistrate.) PRESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 2 May 1868

LOCAL NEWS. GRKNFKLL POLIOE COURT. MyM».\y, Ai'iiu, 27. (Before the Police Mugitlrctc.) William Butt wa- fi;i-*tl £1, for lining c'rtink in George atrret, on Saturday nigh:, and in* cup tb!o ofnanogiitx his bono and drny. Mary Ann Wihou was charged with Ibis oH'enro. Sergeant K-cnan sworn: At about 0 o'clock o'- Saturday vvetii ig prisoner wascuon into my custody by Jo.jit-s Rickey on charge cf stsaling u purse containing thro.- li tlf-ero^nj. to the clur^--, said. ' Here's your uioitey— bo don't want lo pivo mo in charge.' Tho money wn* handed lo in » by Mr*. 1'iJbrooV, who said iha rrceived it from Mis. Wilson, with n request to proenro u bottlu of brandy. I first met complainant in George street, where be told ui' he h oi hecu robbed, uud bo took til.' to thchoufoef Mrs Pulbrook, and s*id that was the p'nc?. Mr* Wilson told tne that Ui'-kcy made overture# to her, whiolt she declined ; ili*i It.? pavo her 11 pur»o con taining a tnineri* right and money. Thero was ns miner's riijh'...

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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METROPOLITAN AUTUMN RACE MEETING. SATURDAY, APRIL 25TH. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 2 May 1868

METROPOLITAN* AUTUMN RACE MEETING. Satuuuav, April 25th. The racing, on tho whole, was rot first clasr. Tho best i*.in(e«t n-ns between Newing ton nnd Camilla in the Trial Stakes, for whieh the former wa* a very hot favourite, 2 to 1 nnd 3 lo 2 being freely oOVre! on him. The fiivmirito led all round and to within a hun dred larrts from home, when Camilla ennte up otid a desperate race to thn post resulted in tho favor of Iho mam by n head. Atles, Iho only other starter, had no ohntico with ?nidi speedy animals. Of the race for thn Ch'maigue Stake* we have clrendv written t: but wo make nn u idithual remark inpa*«ing nud thut i* in referent o to the ktnrt, We are fully aware th«t tlw most dilQeuH duty that a starter has to pprform i* ta get a larca Hold of |wn\vwtr-nld« nway upon equal tenni with cach other, hut it cannot be regarded other wise than unfoetunn'e fur owners of mode rate auiin^li that at the fall of the lis* the I fuvouritcbhould be almost invariably in front. Zouavo a...

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 — 2 May 1868

TnEBETTING MARKET. Thero has been a fair arroun' of betting this week on tho Cop. Tim Wiiilllcr is more in favor than over, and ha* now reached 3 to 1. Tho chief features thi* week havo been tlit scratching of the tho Ro*o and the decline nf Fishhook in tho betting. Gleneo* lint im prorcd in public estimation, and i» now second favorite. Tho Birb Its* fluotunted between 7 mjd 10 to I. ForthoLrccr, Fire works is stilt the favorite, and Feuella is much fancied for Ihc Champagne Stakes. Melan choly Jnrqtics has also been backed freely during tho last two days fur thi* taco. Even on Fenella *' 4 *o I r Melancholv .Tiioqucs G to 1 v llarbullo (tk and off) 2 to 1 on Fireworks 2 to 1 v Italian 2} tol v Glenroo 3 lo 1 r Tim Whlffl-r (4 to 1 Ik) 710 1 vdlerco' ftk) 7 to 1 v B-irb (tO to 1 tk) 100tol2r Hambleton mil (tk) 10 to 1 v Fireworks lOOto 10 v Sir .Tnlm (100 to 8 tk) 100 to 5 v Lvly Kingston (tk)

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.] (TO THE EDITOR OF THE MIXING RECORD.) LACHLAN ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 2 May 1868

COHliliSL'OXDliXCIi. [Wedo not necessarily endors-' the opinions cxpreesed by our correspondent.'.] (TO THXf liUtTOR OV TitR JUINIXfl UHCOttP.) LACHLAN ELECTION. I Silt,— Can you it. form liic public how it is ] i tint no !Ut for the revision of the nanus on j ; tho Electoral Roll ha* yet b vn exhibited, j and a eaurl h^ld loeuabl? tin- electors of tho ? district lo *co 'hat Uiey ars net ??i*frjnehitcd j oy any neglect of I ho ofilnjr t»ki:.g tho names ? j 1 believe tlm miner.* o;i this gold-field uro ! thornu.ddr alive to the nivcssitv of usinj their power nt tho xott election l«;r tho Lichlm district. 1 can't cay bow many raters will be at (hi* place, tint, uny way, enough, especially ifoimlincd with the free-select «rs of Iturrowa and Young, to carry in any man they choof?. We intend lo keep ou'.viws prepared for Iho coming fight iu this electorate, and wo look to j the* Record' to*»othat thrrois not fiing irrc- gubir iu tbo nrriingeiuuut of i.atucd on tho roll. Yutirs, kc., A MI...

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE ENGLISH RING. THE CHAMPIONSHIP. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 2 May 1868

THU ENOMsil TuNG. TIIB CIIAill'lO.VSIIjr. Wo Inst week stated that it win j*«n»rally reported .at Mi.nch-Mterthtt a puuilitt of that town would s'forllv throw do«vu tho Gauntlet to JooGoji, far £230mi-lp and tlia 'R dt. tm l in reply to the same we hive received the following letter from .loo Qof* :— 'MrFdi'ort If there really is a man in Manchester who nwans bu«ines«, nnd wants let him come forward nt once nnd boldly de cJa-o hi».i«i'lf. If it should bo ITnrrv Allen, a* T fully anticipet-», let him or any otiierman send a deposit lo Bell's Life, anil article* to meat Mr. Savor©**, thn Oi l Boat Inn, Great UricV Kiln*i*r?et, Woherhatunton, and th» matoh can at onco !?» tn vd«. Tit* matter can t bo made ? ary slmpla, tha datj of the tureting, I in whnt ntnouul the weekly deposits ere lo bo made nsfur in wo nre cottcerne I, and let Bell * Life Into Uu management of tho oilier ar run .»enn nt ?,{ - tint the match can bs brooglit oft'.— Yours, Ac., Job On?a. ' it.iut Inn, Wolrerhamptan,...

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MY WIFE'S PRAYER BOOK. (CONCLUSION) [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 9 May 1868

MY WIFE'S PRAYER BOOK. ilMNOl.UMON) What (Miild I hnp- asainst such witnejsot ? Tnc .?.!,--»-.r.l and ctptnin ncra mining or d.-'.d, nud tlio-n two shameless fiends had ruui-m-led -liit ilory, undor tho inducomont of -L'- Nr»»* rc* ird. It was clear I wus to bo i'jt? victim uf a inferable fpecnlalion to gain tu.imv. The dity of triil ut lust mine. I ym.» taken into court urlweon two turnkeys. '('---? *--Ii'Miurs nud counsel, in ordinary tuciuiit', wen- San^hing and talkiug with one another ; tho jurymen wcro summoned, nnd nu-.wore-i tu their naui. s ; end the juJge unirred, a*id touk hisi.at, uo.lding to nc- -iu dn'a'i'Vs h-TO und thero in court —he lik.i tlu mil?', without any distingui,hini! mark !.U groy liuir rnuld bo so coiisidtTcd, 'lh-« fp.'ctntors' gallery wis crowd -d with woli.dic«fed men and winn-n, kIio bad come it-t to a «Jrt of moral tmlMuit. Tho ctunsel li.r tho [ir.iu'vti ion, iu ntntiiig It s du'dt \.,n - un the anituu' !-huwn in tbo quarrel nt dinner, -md Ciiiiolud...

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 9 May 1868

THok^f' 'nelson, SODA-WATER, LEMONADE, GINGER-BEER AND CORDIAL MANUFACTURER, GBEKFELL. THE advertiser begs to notify to tho publicans of Grenfell, sod of the Xna Creek gold field generally, that he has just rcccived from Sydney a first-class NEW SODA-WATER MACHINE manufactured by Hayw-.rd, Tyler, and Co., Lond?J, nnd containing all the latest iro Erovements for tho proper nntmifhcturo of thio refreshing beverage t by which he will o ublu to jiroduco au aMicIo equal to tho celebrated Scb weppu's, one1 superior to anything 1 yet introduced on these ';olt]ficl.!s. LEMONADE of tb - finest quality and flavor alio manufucturcd by machinery. NELSON'S COKDI AL h.vvc obtained cclcbrit* in tlio neighbouring cclony or Tie* torn, and in No* South Wales, und he hus n» hesitation iu recommending them to hi* patrons as unequallcu by anything either manufactured in thscolonies, or imported. In thi nking lh« Licensed Victuallers of the district fur their very liboral snpport since ho commeticcd busi...

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 — 9 May 1868

-01101) TO C0HKESP0NDUNT3. Ill letters intended fur publication must bo aei'Oinpanicd by the real numo nnd -iddress of tho writer— not necessnrily forpublica* ticn, but fortheinforuiutiun of the editor. 'the mining 11 BOO IIP. SATURDAY, M.VV 9, 13QH.

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 9 May 1868

AYnntcil ARESPKCTARLr: Femclo Servant to net us Barmaid and Waitress. Apply at .BRAY'S, Oreni U'stern TTotel,^ iGcorgcsU, Orenfcil. Wanted GOOD COOE and Lcundrrss. Apply L BRAY'S, Great Eastern Hotel, Oeoigj-st., Urctifell. Wanted AOOOD COOK. Apply at th' ALBION UOTEL, Geor^B*ftr:ct O.-cufell. Wanted glllOKStlKERS. Apply Mr. l-\ A. JfARTYN, C'niapaoy's Dnm. Kotico. TJARENT3 wishing tln-lr Children Vae* ± einnftfo.l c:iti do S3 by ridlinjiit DR. AU:'. TIN'S OFFCE between tla- ln.u:s of 11 May 9:h, ISfiB. Tenders niKNDERS WANTED f:r di'-in;: a drain JL about ton feot 'ii-»p, nri'l iou.* insidr'd feet long. Three sbaUsin the rt»oi-.iecf tlw drain, two 3a2 fc., and uiit* 4x4 It., (ho last eb»ft to bo about twenty foec deep. Tito shafts to be slabbed wiiauently decked slabs, and pegged. Bjx in drain, to bo of good eosiiid Iron bark 10x11 iuchcB i-.i full mrus-iri-ment. Tiio advertisers do tut bind tbemculves tu accept tho lov:cst or any tender. Particulars to bo had by applying to W. S. ...

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GOLD COMMISSIONERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 9 May 1868

GOLD COMMISSIONERS. DuntNO tho pj-t Seaiion, now happily foe hoa. gcatlenion w ',w«-U as for the publii oome to a closo, ihcce his been considerable tilk about, and sjme attempt w»de at, ro. troociiincnt ia the cost of governing tho oountry. No doubt in this, if in nothing ol»o, 1 hero is unity of opinion. All parties, whether fighting uider tho banuer of Mr. Miutih or Mr. Houebtuok, desiro that the public nrrica should be carried on u* econo inieally us ponible. It is a reinartable tiling that the Estimates for anotheryear havo been voted, and uo objection raised to the country ?paying some three thoujvid a ynar for three officer*, who, as far as their utility in thf public serrico it concerned, toi^ht ju»t as well not bo in cxulcccc. Can anyono point out tho slightest use to the country of the three gold commissioners? We claim to havo 0 tolcrftblo idea of the requirements of tlm gold, fields mid tho d./ics of public officers iipp^r* tatning 0- bul il P',M 0UT ^mprrbfa* 4:ot* '.j ...

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 — 9 May 1868

EPITOME m? NEWS. Mao's ItBi.r.— M-e-»s Illuirnivl WtMt, thn ! Utter being thecngine »r eiapl*»y-* I by Mr. G, j Campbell for his crushing tnvUine now in j coureo of erection ut Pti-itro-ji-, hare tot ti{ work at Mae's Reef 1. parly of wn to raise quartz from the nbimlotwd cliin1*. Tho ob ject Moss-4 BUlr atil West havo in view 11 | to convoy auriferou* quartz to Dunt-oon when the otlior machine there -hill bo in working Older, nnd thero -uhinit it to a p.nro ful te*t pi to its qin'ity. Tli* frovuiliog opinion is that Mn:«V Href quirtz is rich enough torrpty well Iho i-jp«i»i-o ofr.u-iti-j and cruihing, nnd if the re«u1t. of Mem*. Uluir and West's cnt.-r|-ri»i- confirm thU opinion, we may ye* heartnor* fntnuenblo rcpirts of tho i-l.l abunJuiu'd ret f.~ Quran- be\*an Age. Bbnihoo Howiuvh at Ssa.— Th» R.'ndi'»o I Advertiser is respontlldo fo* Iho foil jritij 41 We have it from reliiblc .iu'horit- that tbo conductor some of otirl-ttc tonanmon, wbo wcro lately pmongers for K'clind. #utpt...

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, 6 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 9 May 1868

LATEST TELEGRAM. (Taoit Gstuvaui's TjitsonAJi Coupanv.) SYDNEY. Friday, 0 p m. Thero hnsbcen a p, rent rush from Oympio Ci-eck ta Calliopo and Capo River Diggings Tim prosptels at the Cupo River nro mado! rately pood, but by no means Itrst-.v.to. Ifr. I'jrkes during his visit to Uoulhurn cpJned tho Goulburn School with great eclat, nud has been entertained at n p'lllio din- j BreadstuTs aro firm. Vessels aro being sent t i Chili for supples of flour.

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SPORTING. RACES TO COME. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 9 May 1868

' simraG. RACKS TO COME. Newcastle— Mac !M-h aud 25ih. Dubbo— June lCth and 17th. Mudgee— May. Gavuduh (Queensland)— July 7th, 8th, and 9th. Clareiico Kir or- July 17th and 18th. Homobush Spring— November 7th cvnd 9th

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WEDNESDAY. SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 9 May 1868

?WfcfcMjPAY. Stdnkt. It is stated that Mr Maepherson, M.L.A., j ptirposes criticising in severo terms, ou the oc* ! easion of bis trial for outraging the dignity of ? 1'arliiMneut, the ontri-'deula ofthotiietnbers of the itinis:ry to whom he is strongly opposed. It in alio reported that Mr. Macphereon iu— tends era long to rodgr. liis neat for Ccntrsd L'uiiihcrlaa 1, wi:h the intention of proeeeding to I'.it^liind to proneeiito his canvass (or a seat iu tlio House of Cjuitiious, his cIijuc^s of I'leclimi being considered very fuvourablo by his friends. ifr I'ielcrinL', the mber f.»r the Northern Gold-FiuIJs, intend* to leave the colony for England ou ffcitu.-duy or Monday. A eomplnint bus been lodged with th' Go vernment Qgninst Jui'^e M-'jinatt, fer ugniu failing to ludd a Court at tho nppuiutcd tiino ut Kempsev, Mncleny Kiver. MrStui rf, the Anieri.nin tragedian, is draw iug good h')ti». a nt tho Victoria Theatre, Lyi-fcr'a Open Trunpt will restttii-) their performance* ut tho Pii...

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
REVIEW OF THE TWO FIRST DAYS AT RANDWICK.—BY THE WIZARD. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 9 May 1868

REVIEW OF TFU5TW0 FIRST DAYS AT RANDWlCK.— Bl' THE WIZARD. Thementing of Saturday last, wis not the I success that I, in common with u croat. many mora persons, thought it would ha \ I was ' fully prepared to see a rather sla^k attendance, 1 but I was greatly surprised ut tbe very small I number of spectators present. Tint racing : loo, was very moderato, aud 1 may charac terise the ineelinz of Saturday lust us tbe least successful ever hold ut Rind wick. This, is greatly to he deplored, as the Joekov Club 1 spared no pains and expense to maxc ihe | meeting pais off successfully, nnd their --xer« | lions were worthy of a better gato. Three starters only cune to the pest for Iho Trial Stukes, aud u rcsulnr boil over it was, noth ing going down but Ilcwutgton, who wns hui'hed at t« j to «'in 011 him. Directly tho Ihvt wo* lowered, Drisj.ill touk thn grey to tho front uud led Ihetii at n very flow piicotn tb« straight running, wl.c.i Sam llultnts broiv^ up Camilla in tine rtyle, and a ...

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TUESDAY. YASS [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 9 May 1868

Tl'EaDAY, Ya!3 Tlio weslherslill continues dry, withaevfre frosts. It is much to bo feared ihat ti sercro winter is Iwfore us. Wheat is now rising in price, nud 3s. to Gs. is freely offered. MUItUUMRFRRAtT. miners and others towurds tho reefs in this neighbourhood during tho pist fortnight, consequent upon the advent of tlio crushing mnepine, n gecd part cf which is now on tho ground nt DcuioudriHc Oc?k, Tbo holler, with other portions, passed through tltis place «otno timo back, and tbo whole os* tnblishmrnt is exported to' bo tlurn in the courseof u couple of days. On the reefs latoly opened, not fur from the Louisa, down Ihe Demonririlhi Creek, and which has boon named 'Dillon's Reef.' same miners und speculators havo applied for a loses of four Tho Hon. FT. Parks nrrired her.) at fi.15 p.m., nnd will open the Public school to morrow. One hundred and «nghty*two chil dren have already been enrolled on tbe school books MKi.BorBjtn. Tha first omnia! meeting of the Early Closing Asso...

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CALENDAR FOR MAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 9 May 1868

OALENIMll FOR MAY. \ MaMilRtMH or TUB j ^'?j mo.xth. : ti;„.'|wti. 1 r. First Great Exhibition® (» 40 ! C M u s. lust 4; vi : r» iu 4 S- JlitPAVTtstt EifTKB -5 41 : 5 12 4 M. 0 11 5 11 5 T. .Uoreton Hay pro-} 0 -12 5 in ti \V. [claimed, 1HI!2 6 13 5 9 7 ''j. Full tunon, 4*41 h.iii, j fi H 5 b tJ I1. Quid rush lo B~th.lS51; 0-15 fi 7 »s. 1 fi -i-; » i; 10 s. tru Ami* Kiarsb 0 46 » 6 11 M. 0 47 5 6 IS T. I 0 48 5-1 Hi \V. Svdney Mint cstab.,' fi 49 5 3 1 ^ Th * [1S50 fi 40 5 3 Is F, Moan's I#t qr, 3 2U u.m.' fi 5'J 5 S )f- S. | fi 51 5 1 17 S- UoiUTlosi ScxiwT 1 fi 51 5 1 IS M. Yms Quarter Sessions i fi 52 5 0 IV T. 53 4 CI) »p W. Vuti District Court fi 53 : -1 51) 21 'Hi Ascension l)ar 0 51 -1 5S ? 22 F. New Moon, 4 40 pan. fi 55 ; 4 57 ! -4 S. 6 55 1 4 57 ' 21 S- Soy. aftrii Ascexsiox fi 50 ! 4 5fi 25 M. Ilurrow* District Court G 57 I 4 5(1 20 T. « 53 * \ Ms 27 W. Youug District Court 0 58 4 55 &H Th. fi 5'.) 4 55 S3 P. Moon's l-t qr, 0*4'} n.tn. fi 59 ! 4 55 30 3. 7 0 4 53 ...

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 9 May 1868

THE ? 'MINING RECORD' IS published at tin Office, off George-street Greufell, early crery Saturday moruiug It it Ilia only paper printed iu tlio important and rising district of lSnm Creek, lias an ex* tsnsivo and increasing circulation on the Emu Creek Gold-Fields ; at Young, Forbes, Car ?oar, Cowra, tbo Bland, and other settled localities; amongst tho squatters and small settlers of (bo Lachlan sad surrounding dis tricts s oud throughout tho colony generally. A .TERMS:— Six.'t)nlliriPs ,per, quarter., peyablo in advancoj of, it posted, *»oven shillings and sixpence. Subscribers will be rooeived at any time, and charged from tho period at which they commence. AuvEUTJai.sa, — Advertisements are charged for at tho followiug rates i— For tho first inch (or less) of space, -Is. ; for cach succeeding i:ich, 2s. A discount of 33 per cent allowed for the second insertion, and Co per cent, on tbo second and third if for thrco insertions, A et ill further reduction wheu advertisements aro i...

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
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RATES OF POSTAGE TOWN LETTERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 9 May 1868

RATES OF POSTAGE i Towx Lbttshs. Not exceeding half an ounce ? Id Not exceeding one ounce, but exceeding helf an'ounce ? 2d. For every additional half-ounce, or less Id CorKlUT J,BTTBaa. Vor delivery in any part of the colony at which the letters aro posted Not exceeding half an ounce ? 2d. Not exceeding out* ounce, but exceeding hulf an ounce ? 4d. For every additional half-ounce, or less 2d Lrtteus to and pbou tub Uxitid KINGDOM. (Except in special eases.) Via Southampton. Marseilles. Not exceeding i 08. 0 6 0 10 Exceeding 1 or.., but not exceeding 1 ox. 10 18 Exceeding 1 or., but not exceeding 2 oz. 2 0 9 4 Every {additional or., or fraction of un or. 0 18 Lrtteus to Buirtisu Colonies axdYokeioic COONTBIEB. Not exceeding 1 oz.,Gd. j exceeding t or., but not exceeding 1 oz., Is. ; for every addi tional } ot., or fraction of* oz., Gd. 1 exn ocpt to the Mauritius, India, &c., and in spcciiit cates, for which see monthly Postal Guide. ClUHOT.S OK NKW3PAPEE3. If addressed and ...

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