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POST-OFFICE TIME-TABLE. ARRIVAL AND DISPATCH OF MAILS ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 9 May 1868
POST-OFFICE T1MC-TABLE. ARRIVAL AND DISPATCH OF MAILS From Sydney.-— Monday, Wednesday, mid Friduv, Hi 7'3t-p.m. From Forbes nnd Sydnc}.— Monday and Thursday at 9 a.m. j From Young ami Sydney. — Tuesday and I Friday at 9 n.in. PPl'.OlTCBEfl. To Svdney.— Tuesday, Thursday, mid Sun* -lur. at 4 v.iii. To For1»ee.— ' Tuesday and Friday at 9 a.ra. To Young.— Monday wd Thursday, at 9 N.B.— Office hours from 9 a.m. to fi p.m. and from 2 to fi p.m. On Sunday*, from 10 i.m. till 11 a.m. Money Orders issued from 9 a.tn. to C p.m Sundays excepted. Eucli inuil closes half-an-hour before the advertised time of despatch— exeopt that of * Sydney, which closes at 10 o'clock the night
LATE NEWS. MONDAY, SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 9 May 1868
LATH NEWS. irO-SUAY. STDKR7. Pei'liinina-y prac.'edingi havo beiu taken by tlio Oovofuuieitt ngaiiiht- tho Freeman's ?7ouro-i fvr tho nin regiMi-atimi cf eomo of its propriit'rs, with tho furtiier object, it is ♦umiih -iI. of i.iHtituti'ig a praspcutiou maiiut tlio Freeaia fur uublishiug seditious i»r!i* ilea. Th » noTfrrimcnt hive uNt determined to oiler a reward of ono Imndre I pm.ids for tho d ?teeti ni of the person who fired at Mr. Ura? of L 'Uil V.illey. Tilt) French st-'iimship Aveyron arrived fo-^iiy from Bjurhon via .Melt'ourno with ir.iojfson board for Ncv/ Culedoniu. Tlio performance of Richliou at thn Vic toria theatre on .-fu'urday by Mr. Stark the American tra~i(Um eiic.ted eathuiiastic o;i« Tr.o .Tapani-d ? tr.Mipo fL.'iiton nnd Smith'#) will lenvo liceo l')i- Hohjrt Town un Wolnos iln» prire* won nt tbe iiletropohtan Auturau Raeo M-eting pii I over Talttrsall's List night, in Iho priwr-M) of a very Inrgj number of per*onj. Tbo Biiionnt paid in prizea wat £^70!), nil ...
BATHURST PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 9 May 1868
BATIIURST PRICES. O its, per bushel, 4s, Com, per bushel, 4s 3d Newlny, £4 Ditto, lucerne, £3 Straw, ditto, JLO Butler, wilt, per lb. Is 3d Ditto, iretih, ditto, Is Gd Bacon, good, per lb., 8d. Lard, ilittc, 7u K.'gs, per dozen, Os Cht'ene, j-?r ib. 51. Potato.'i per ton, £0 Onions, per «wt., 12.'. Fiou-, iiae, per ton, CIS Wheat, per Innhcl, 7s
COMMERCIAL. RECORD OFFICE, Friday evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 9 May 1868
COAI.UERCIAL, Rficord Office, Friday evening. Priccs of general produce at Grcnfdll aro quoted to.dny at under:— Fine llouv, £ltl per ton. Hay.l'Sto JL'd per ton Corn -Is. 0ats,4t. Oil. Butter, fresh, Is. Gd. E^gs, Is. Gd per doz, Bacon, Sd per lb. Cheese, Sd. to Gd. ferlb. I'm Sib. loaf is now retailed at Gd,
FORBES. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 9 May 1868
rORBES. [PR01T OCR own* coRBE3roN-Di:xr.] RoNnAucitn.\.— I had occasion to mention | [none nf my letter*, n few weeks ngt, the ; beautiful station of Jcsiah Strickland, -)-q, | and I am now in a poiitiou to state that thr?o hundred head of cattle, sent iVaiti thero to tlio Melbourne markets, rralisod on un aver.igo JJj lis per head. Tho best ps-H brought L'B 17s. Tho fattening propttli.'s of th-? Laehlan enm has Ion* bosu nohvl, aud, as I lu'lieve, juslly ro. At th-*» satn.i tiio^,_ und as n curious ciroumstn ice. I nvij mention that twenty head of verv well-bred hordes wero sent by Mr. James Morton to thn Grenfell Snlo Yards last week, nnd soW by nueti -n, but Ihey only re«lis?d 1!)i fid pu* htad. fjtxi did not* include a fivnu.'ite rh^snut inare, that nut (.old, as I am tol l, for .C5. Tub Soho.it. oi' Auti. — This iostiiulion is rather gainiug ground. Jtu history will hereafter form 'fi'i inferefting epoch in the annuls of the town. Tin fsetthat tho Go* vern-nunt placed at the di...
YASS PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 9 May 1868
YA3S PRI0E3. Wheat, per bushel, CsfiJ Flour, lino, per ton, lGs Hitto, sceon ls, per ditto, £15 Bran, per bu-hel, Is Jfnizc, per ditto, 3s Gd Oat*, pu- ditto, 3s Gl llarley, p.'r diltn,2s 3d Hay, per Ion, £3 Butier, fresh, per ditto, lOd Broul, per 2lb loaf, 5J Cheese, p«r lo, Gd Bacon, ditto, (id Kg-;s, per dozun, Is Potatoes, per cwt, 3s Gd —Courier, Hay G.
ORANGE PRICES. WHOLESALE. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 9 May 1868
ORANGE PRICES. Fine flour, per Ion, £17 Seconds, ditto, £IU ' Ration, ditto, £14 Wheat, p^r bushel, 7« Gd Bran, per tou,i'3 Pollurd, ditto, £3 Hay, p»r cwt., 4s Chair, uitto, 4s Corn, t-er buihcl,Gs j Oats, ditto, 4s I Burley, 6s. I per dozen, Is Gd | Butter, per lb, lsGd —Western Examiner, May 2.
LOCAL NEWS. GRENFELL POLICE COURT. MONDAY, MAY 4. (Before the Police Magistrate.) Begina v Boss. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 9 May 1868
LOCAL NKUU OllENFKLri POLIOE COURT. McNt'AY. Mav4. (Before tho Pnlieo Magistrate.) Eegma v Ib.js. Uu- rra'Ji re will iCMiieet tn« rep.»?t ot mis cas-- in our toluin-« on Now niter 2. Rcu wu'cjiomitled f..r trial at U«thm»t, fur oli t.iiir'nr, -iutnle under fu!.-t prete-:o-'.«. At tho revenl sitihii-s of Ihe C.-iirt th^ Altoec»7 (lener.l aui-^o.ted tint further tclhnony should bo taLt'ii by tho cummitiing Mugls Daniel Lynch deposed : On the third cay of Octohtr 1 s' 1 o««ncd a deek bay l:or«t, tlray, and huein!«s. 1 gtvo NViilir.tu R«-ss ptmiis siou »o p'uh'o thoni us Mciuity f..r goods to M Conur 1 itid Co. I wns preset when T. F. do O. I'rowne drew un the wrintti 5 nu'l I ohj.cti.l lotho wi rdhiL*. b eausJ it stated iu eoiisider.lion of £26 m-iney,or giiods scld mid dilivred. 1 male tl-o nljidion ta David Pvi'!*. lie raid that it was only a iiu'ler of form, ns be was tint alio wsd to taku u pledge. Mr Pvneknew ihat it wss my hors't anitileny,us h-* bed kiiaun mo both in Grt iifell ...
CORRESPONDENCE. [We do not necessarily endorse the opinions expressed by our correspondents.] THE PUBLIC V. W. FARRAND, ESQ., P.M. (TO THE EDITOR OF THE MINING RECORD) [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 9 May 1868
CORRESPONDENCE. [ Wedo not uocessarily endorse Iho opinions expressed by our correspondents.] THE PUBMC WW.FARIIAND, ESQ.P.M. Sin,— I esteem Iho liberty of tho Press. J the irredvtn of s|i-ji-c'), und u good cimsila- j thuel go\ .?ri.meiit as three ol' tho gr.-ateit i Idessinpa wo iu» i-» joy, nnd wholly iudirptn* ] luble to the welfusv if a u-^ipte. I The lli-t ot* tK'so «»?* utiils ij, however, soirrtimes made thn - enci.-.o vf dir^ord, and n vehicle for rniive-ing th' puis«r-o-is arrows of pnrt-.*.fi:eli«g. Kortum t-tv, howrvo-, the crniirili'itiiiiH from the vurinue witers who form the army if correHiunxli'itls. aro sub mittel for ef'ituiii l « ietv '.-ro they btcumc public, and thus, anordi'14 to ihe rc.-ult of lii« t'iscri'uiiiition, aro th^y acceptcd or rc* jived. _ You will pardon mo, Sir. ii* I tak» cxc«sp* lion to tho intt'imr in utiic-j you.* For u s ciii-r''sp'n'lo .t has idtntifhd hiiu««lf w!th pnrry-lVelin iu Ihe town of Koilna. JIo i-onou.nivd tl.o hertntrue in thet*f...
GRENFELL MINING REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 9 May 1868
GRENFELL MIXIW HEPOHT, The continued dry weather is nonr hiving I a prejudicial oilcet on tbo district. Almost I all washing iu ulluriul is su»psndod, both nt j fimu Creek nnd tho 7«.Mi!o. Wo hear that I frosh pay-iblo gold has been struck nt tho I bottom of tho lo ul nt tho 7-.Mili-. and alio at I a phu-o on the Grenfell road nbmitii quarter ofatnilo from tho township ti fair prospect ha* brci got, in new ground. At Emu Creek we have nothing to report iu ulluvial, in flint our cold. field teems to bo becoming entirely one for reilln?, ncd wo hear of fresh claims getting tlio reef, und pirtion out pros* peeling iu vuriou-i directions. During tho week u person caiuo into town frem Wlieogo for miners' ri^ht-, and reported ho had found & flno reef. Tho locnlity it gomo 22 miles from Qrenfell, and is a likely looking country. Tho general topic of coim-rt*ution iu ininiui! circles nt the present time is tho removal of MeMerriek's tnneliino from tho Tynjong, nnd tho rumour of fre:...
FRIDAY, MAY 8. (Before the Police Magistrate.) Everell v. Cohen. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 9 May 1868
Fitt day. May 8. (Before the Foli m Magistrate.) Krerull r. Cohen. lit this easo I !ui l'olioo Magistrate had bron subpomned us n witne-s, and he desired to Lnow li.it ho was v an t e i to provo befo:o ho decided lo leavo the Bench. Mr. Jtyull, iittorney for Cohrn, said that htt would not disclose hit cite, or any part of his case. Air. D.ilton then mid ho would not lenvn ; I he llench till ho knew what lio w«# sub* I |Mi!ii:t4d fir. | Mr. Kviill then oud ho should leave tho j Court, wtiiuh ho did. Tho cn-o wns t Ii-jm- : foro gono into, nud J. R. Evcreet wiif cnllcd, : who deposed: Tin defendant, H. Cohen, car- ries on butchering, and resides on laud belonging to Iho Crown. Ho also slaugVcr* pigs and «s!»-*op on tlio snmo premises. 1 have oMrtilimes bud experienced sincl's, nr.d tlii'$L- things are n matter of common conversation. E k-iuvr tint his building in em-tod on n com* in.-'i thoroughfare. I called defenduit'a nt. tun.ion l» tlio disagreeable Miii'll-t t*elio mouth* ngo. Co...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 16 May 1868
IMPORTANT AN^IuNCBiMENT. NEW GOODS. NEW GOODS. M'CONNELL AND CO. HEItUBY BEG II ESrECTFU LLY TO NOTIFY TO THE PUBLIC THAT THEIR UX1UVALLED ? NEW STOCK ? .OF . ..... _ ? D 11 A P E 11 Y GOO D. S HAS JUST AUIYED | OF A NEW AND SUPERlOIl PATTERN, STYLE, AND MATERIAL. M'CONNELL AND CO., DllAFERS, CLOTHIERS, AND GENERAL STOREKEEPERS. SPEC .1 AL K 0 T I C E . AUTUMN AND WINTER GOODS. WATSON BROTHERS BEG to annouueo that they havo JUST OPENED, and will shew THIS DAY, a well selected und entirely Now Stock of GENERAL DRAPERY, Comprising tlio latost aud most-fashionable Novelties in Fancy Cresses, Shawls, Millinery, &c. in tho MANCHESTER DEPARTMENT will bo fouud a most comploto and troll ssortcd Stock of Blunkots 1 Grey and White Calicoes Counterpanes | Flannels Qnilts I Irish Bugs &C-I &C-, &c. All of which thoy will disposo of at such prices as to command the attention of ovary ono i uml they feel assured that ono visit will satisfy tho public that they aro ...
BRITISH V. AMERICAN INVENTIVENESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 16 May 1868
j BRITISH V. AMUltlCAX INVENTIVE- ' XKSS. | Kiner«m, in his ' English Tracts of dato 1813, spouting of tho British people says 'All the great inventions are theirs and Mr. Bright, in his »peecb at Dirmirucliawi on Wednesday week, stutcs— '1 boliuvo tho United States people huvo olfcred to tho world moro valuable inventions during tho last forty years than all Eurotio together.' Stow, those vrho aic faiuilinr with Iho great number of important discoveries and inven tions that havo been uiudo within tho period named, will bo inclined confidently to denv tho accuracy of Air Brigfit's assertion, cwi if thu comparison is limited to Great Britain. A retrospect of 10 years brings us back to 1S27, which io ju-t Iho year of tho invention of tho 'hotbluji,' which cheapened the production of pig-iriin (inc-lhird. Iu conurctioii with this great industry' of iron, tho steam hammer of Nasmyth appeared iu 1812, and tbel'?f - Btmer process of procuring steel dircctly from pig irou in 1H5G. Thcau wc...
OFFICIAL ERRORS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 16 May 1868
OFFICIAL ERROltS. ! The ipicslion has been repeatedly askcil us of | late what is the cause that no list of electors or copy of Electoral Roll for this elcctor.il district has Veen exhibited at theCourt House as is cuslcmuiy in other pleccs 5 and alio why some nnnouncenieutjof tho holding of a revision couit, for tho omendmcnt of errors iu such list has not yet been made. The matter is -laubllc«s au interesting and important ono for tho people of this place— that is to those wbo-taLcan iutcrcst iu p(-litic.il affairs, nnd dujiro lo sec tho mining comuuuity c.iuri*t(o its proper rights, cnJ exhibit the power it really presses. Upon inquiry, wo find tint the Clerk of IVttv Sok'iouc at Fcrb.-s has, in making out and posting tlio liat of electors, tjctrd entirely without refcrctico to Orcnfell, ?iiiJ the Justices at that (own a|-p-ar tilso tn hive acted in much the en'® nay. 'J Lo Emu Crock nr.d Tygoug gold-fiehla arc iu somewhat 11 i»ee«U?r position o» a portion of tin' l.;H'hlat»'cl',...
A HORSEFLESH DINNER. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 16 May 1868
A HOIlSliTtESH DlKXi-R. I :At least ISO persons wcro asking each other some days ago why horselleih should iMt be good fire. It wns u question of )v»aoii ng.»)iut prejudice. A horeo is n clean and even u duintv, feeder. Tho pig, which GhrWlinnsvut witiiout seruple,isnotto be eooi pircu with the bono in this respect. Muny personft had by actual experiment convinced themselves timt horseflesh wus not Ie»« suc culent uud appetising limn other atiimul food. It wag nceessnry to thowthnt these weretnuro tlieorifts, outhutiastB, or epicures desirous only , to cultivnto ,»i now eonwtjon. So what is culled ' banquet hippophagiquo ' Was given ut the Litngunm Hotel on February U, und orer 100 gentleman wcro invited to purtako of it. You may convince yourself moro or less completely thut you ought to cat . horso wiihout feeling sqtieumish. Can you com* poso tbo stomai-h nnd brinish all qualms by foro-i of rcuion ? This wiu tho cxnerlmcnt which ut tho cojt of a guinea and u half wus As fur us wo...
A TERRIBLE TRAGEDY. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 16 May 1868
A TERRIBLE TRAGEDY. I Maine timo ago liio lollowing paragraph went the rounds of tho ViVnnoes* papers. . ?' 'J he Telegraph OtUeial llorr Zohrer, in Bo* ?h-nba-h, is elated lo have received tlio news, through tlio Bank of England, thut a Bra zilian lnntl-owii--r had left him tho sum of t.Srd.OOOsilver dolhirs. Soon after thu Urea* ! .l-i. Discount lianlc mlcred to pay llerr Zohrcr the cntiro amount in cash nil suUlcient guaran tee, Th* fortunate inheritor ncctptcd. how ever, only 3000 dollocs from tho Dresden Bank, resigned his Government post, and is staying for tho present ut Prague, but lie will soon go to England ia order to tako up his herit ope.' It would appear that ho did not resign Ins oppaintment, but obtained six mo .ths leave, without pay, and went away with hit family, consirting of Modauio Thnreso Zohrer, !ii yt-ara of ;ogo ; Gustavo, G ; Ferdhtandu 2, ood Otto, a baby of four months old, besides two female servunts. Whilst iu Prague, Zoliror is said to have mado largo...
EPITOME OF NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 16 May 1868
EPITOME OK AWS. i'AT Hdi.locKS.— --Of late we liivo been | favoured with accounts from other districts of ' enormous specimens of tho bovine kind. The diatiict of Orange is not behind hand, nnd the futtcning capabilities nf its pnMurn^e it j ixcmphiicd in the great si-e and weight of j tlio tiniiunl.* wo arc about to notiec. Ou | Saturday last ^Messrs. Wiudrcd and Co. ci- j hibitcd three patldock-frd bullocks, ptirclmscd J from and brel by A. ICerr, Esq., Weliwood. Those who lud this gratification of seeing 1 these beasts expressed their surprise at their j eize and condition, nnd much speculation was j indulged in rcspicling tbe probable weight of each when dressed. Yesterday two of the smaller threu were killed, and found to weigh respectively 115 and 12J cwt., the ccrraisca forming 'quito 11 pictlirc.' Tho remaining and largest of the three, it is calculated, will weigh fully, if not moro than, 1-1 cnt. — Western Examiner, May 9. Hacking Tim Wutrpmi.— An instance, of the strong s...