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[?]oral [?]rws. POLICE COURT. Tuesday [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 2 March 1878

gm\ itnt^ .' \:;~. -?: POLICE COURT: ? Before F'. IJaUoii, Esq., ? P.M., 'S. H. Terry, .Esq., M.t.A,, D. Pyno, Wood, Watt, and .-??v Hal!s, EscjriJ., Ja.P. . ? Crdwii Lands' Bailiff v R. M. Vaughn— Unlaw- X* :ful occupation of Crown lands. XX . MrX-Newton said he and Mr. Oonimeiin' ap- peared for the defence, and applied for an adjournment, npon tho ground that it was race day., arid Mr. 'P'ausfhn was one of- the stewards. ?*Mr. Dalton- said, as there was a 'full bench, and the races would not take place for so mo time, the majority had decided that it would ;be better tq initiate the case. . . 'Mr. 'Pyno said, ho had received a subpoena from the defendant, to give evidence, which he would not do, as it was a mere subterfuge for the purpose of getting him off the bench ; per sonally, he knew nothing about the (wise. ?. Mr. Newton requested that all witnesses be orderedto leave the Court. The usual proclamation having been made, Mr. Newton asked Mr. Pyne to leave the Court. X - * . M...

Publication Title: Grenfell Record And Lachlan District Advertiser, The
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Latest English News. London, February 21. [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 2 March 1878

ffafciSt (Snglislt %tm. London, February 21. Lord Derby, in the Plouse of Lords, and Sir Stafford Northcote, in the Housn of Commons, announced that England and Russia had agreed that neither Power should occupy Gallipoli or Stamboul, or .land' troops.,' on either .side of the Hellespont. An ambassador will represent England at the Conference the same as the other Powers. Snlip.man. Pasha is to be tried by court martial. Server Pasha has been dismissed from the Foreign Office. . Recruiting ' for the army is going on actively. The Government are 'purchasing 21,000 addi tional horses for the use of the troops. The army Estimates for tne present year show an increase of £425,000. ' The election of Cardinal Pecci (Pope Leo XIII.) is generally approved, as he is known to bo a man of moderate views and conciliatory spirit. London, February 22. Russia demands a portion of the Turkish fleet. Tho Porto refuses to accede to the demand, saying she would prefer to destroy it. The peace conditio...

Publication Title: Grenfell Record And Lachlan District Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 2 March 1878

A Monuin Appetite fob Excitement is the only effeGt of the unme'dicated and adulterated spirits frequently used under tho impression that tlioy aro wholesome stimulants. Abandon such ' burning fluids ' at once and forever. If yon are weak, low spirited, dispeptic, nervous, or sintering from the exhastion, use that genuine recuperant' of bodily energy, that real stomachic and nerve : anodyne, Udolpiio Wolfe's Schie dam Aromatic Schnapps. Dew of the Alps. — The perfect adaptation of this hygienic cordial to tho ailments and disa bilities incident to our climate was made mani fest soon filter itn introduction into Australia a few years ago. From that tirao to tho prosent its popularity has increased, and Messrs Moss and Co., the agents of the manufacturers in Gonova, aro now .placing it in our markets in large quantities. It commands a rapid sale. Asa vitalizing preparation, it is looked upon as superior to all othor tonics, whilst its excellent flavour, which is not surpassed by that ...

Publication Title: Grenfell Record And Lachlan District Advertiser, The
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PUBLIC MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 2 March 1878

. '' PUBLIC MEETING. A wteT.L-ATTENDBD and orderly public meeting was held at the Oddfellows'- Hall, on Monday, evening, for the purpose of considering what steps should be taken to remedy the defectire way in which justice is administered in Gren fell. .The ' following members of the nrosrress committee appeared upon the platform : Messrs. Watt, Pyne, Campbell, Ingrey, Sippel, Cot tome, Muller, Easton, Lewis, Purss and .Flem ing. : ? ?'' : Mr. Campbell, the hon. secretary, said owing to recent events in connection with the local magistrates, lie had been authorised by the progress committee, as the only authorised bodv in the' town,' to call the meeting, which lie did by the following advertisement in the local pap^r, and which would explain the purpose for which they had mot, : ' A public meeting will be. held on Monday night for the purpose of considering what steps shall be taken to remedy the present unsatisfactory state of things in con nection with justice in Grenfell. Citize...

Publication Title: Grenfell Record And Lachlan District Advertiser, The
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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 2 March 1878

Water, Sum,'/ yon Goulijurn.— Mi\ Clarke reports that- the lirstcost of the two Wollondilly ? sph'emeB woyld be £28,000 and £23,200 respec tively. A lumber of forged one-pound bank notes on 'I'fio Commercial bank, and numbered 431398 ? are in circulation. Splbkiuo accounts are being received from The Sydney meat preserving company foi the last half-year, show a slight deficit, the drought having stopped oporations for about one-half of the time. Thb first .eight-oared race between Victoria and New South Wales, to come oft' on the 2nd March, is creating a deal of I interest in rowing circles. ' Ripe Grapes for Paris.— The Rev. Dr. Bleasdale has selected and packed throe or four cwt. of ripe grapes to be sent from Sydney to the. Paris Exhibition.- The varieties of grape selected are locally known by the following designations: — Ferrett (red grape) Muscatel. of Alexandria, round -white muscatel, and late ?.sherry, also a white grape. The Legislative Assembly, by a majority of 27 to 16...

Publication Title: Grenfell Record And Lachlan District Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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English Extracts. [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 2 March 1878

(SnflUsb (Sxtwwte. Tub London correspondent of tho Ncio York Tribune sends tho following bit of gossip, . — -Lord Boaconsfield is going to marry tho Queen, or porhaps it w'ould be more decorous to say that tho Queen is going to marry Lord Beacons field. Kogarcling. tlio report tnat tno t-rinco oi Wales would visit Melbourne, nothing is known in London yet on tlmt point In best informed circlci. it is considered highly improbable that his Uoyal Highness will do so. Tho expenses of Mr. Stanley's African oxpo ditinn will exceed £20,000. Tho diamonds and rubies which the Duke of Norfolk presented to his duchess cost .£25,000. Lady Flora Hastings became a Roman Catholic in order to marry tho duke, and as no wedding present was received from the Queen, it is put down to her Majesty's well-known aversion 'to perverts. Lord Shaft-sbury, Canon Miller, and a couple of other leading me.i, have retired from tho Society for Promoting Christian Know ledcro. Tho Smithfiold Cattle Show this year wa...

Publication Title: Grenfell Record And Lachlan District Advertiser, The
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GRENFELL RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 2 March 1878

GRENFELL RACES. These races, which were substituted for those proposed for last Anniversaiy Day, came off, as announced, on Tuesday, tho 26th instant. It must be borne in mind that thoBe were not tho annual races, as a grual many have been led to suppose. Tho prizes, though small, attracted very fair fields of horses, and the races throughout wero well contested, and alto gether the mooting was a very successful one. There wore about. 300 peoplo on tho ground, and the booth-holdero, and all connected with the races seomed to be kept very busy. The following is a rcnumi of the mooting . — Maiden Plate of 10 sovs, with a Bweop of 10b each for all starters ; IV mile ; second horso to receive the sweep ; for all maiden horses ; weight for age. ? Mr J. A. Hogg's b m Echo, 4 yrs, 8st 111b 1 W. Boxhall's oh m Gentle Annia, -tyrsr ?-.?'? Sstlllb ... ... ... : :;-.x-'2- W. J. Regan's b m Erin's Queen, 5 yrs* ' 9stllb ? ? 3 A Fraser's br c Telephone, 4 yrs, 8st 101b ? ? J. Stein's ch'c Jasper...

Publication Title: Grenfell Record And Lachlan District Advertiser, The
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At The Police Office, Cowra, On Wednesday, 20th March, 1878. Country Lot. [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 2 March 1878

At the- Police Office, Cowra, : On Wednesday, 20th March, 1S78.~ . ''' .- .Country Lot. .Lot A, portion 13, 40 acres, county, of Forbes, ^N^parish of. Warrangong, 'near the left bank ^ICoorowatha Creek, and adjoining the ll western boundary of reservo for access to y -watV cf 10 acres, and adjacent to the ?\ Norflharn houndary of G. Campbell's por -;i tionJ'No.; 12 of 178 acres. Warrangong' Rjhi. ? Forfeited conditional pr; chase of ? Joseph '..Vowles. -.Upset price, £1 5s per acre. ? , . . .

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Miscellaneous. [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 2 March 1878

pi.s«nnwf«J.$. The Australian eleven have engaged to play on th'e.'SMi and Oth March, twenty-two of the Wagga Wngga Cricket Club. Many of the freo selectors, of Dubbo, arc selling out. The wife of a Goulburn grazier named Ruso by has committed suicide by poisoning. A Foolish Freak.— A lad named Chapman accosted a .young girl named Norman, who was waiKiTig wiin nor siso't, ami diii-uw a miiuku uii.ii. had been recently killed round Miss Norman's nock. The girl was greatly territiod, fainted, and has had sovoro fits over since, and at the timn of writing is delirious, and dangorously ill. — Ttircrinn Recorder. The Melbourne Argus, in an article on, the/ duplication, of tho cable favours tho existing route in preference to that, proposed by our Chamber of Commerce and Postmaster-General, by way of North- West Cupe to Singapore. ? Letters continue arrivingfrom nil -parts of the colonies showing; that the legacy frauds are pre.tfy general. Tho impression in political circles is that Mr. ...

Publication Title: Grenfell Record And Lachlan District Advertiser, The
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PROGRESS COMMITTEE. [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 2 March 1878

PROGRESS COMMITTEE. A meeting of the Progress Committee was held on Thursday evening at Tattersall's Hotel, when the following members were present : Messrs. D..Pyne (in the chair), Davoren, Sippol, Easton. Cottome, Purss, Ingray. Pinkstone, Campbell, and Mclver. The secretary read a letter from James Watson, Esq., M.L.A. , in re late ap praisements, and Attorney-General's opinion thereon ; also, letters from Mr. Watson in reply to the secretary, referring to the complaint ot Mr. Allsop and Mr. Nash, regarding town allotments, tho application by the committee for an assistant telegraph operator, and the dispute on the magisterial Bench, which on the motion of Mr. Cottome, seconded by Mr. Davoron, were received. On the motion of Mr. Easton, seconded by Mr. Ingrey, the letter respecting the late appraisements, and the Attorney - General's opinion re same, the secretary was instructed to publish in the Grenfell Record for the infor mation of those interested. The Secretary then read to...

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LAND SALES. At the Police Office Grenfell, On Wednesday, 20th March, 1878. Country Lots. [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 2 March 1878

? ? LAND SALES. At the -Police Office . Grenfeix, On Wednesday, 20th March, 1878. 1 Country Lots. Lots A to S, portions 13, 16, 17, 18, 20, and on to 35, area 234, 177, 80, 126, 373, 288, 219, 320, 198, 183, 162, 320, 320, 168, 165, 182, 132, 128, 199 acres respectively, county of Bland', parish of Caragabal, on and.near the left bank of the Little Oarasrabal Creek southerly at intervals about 3$ miles, and surrounding and'near Andrew F. Gib son's portions Nos. 3-74, 4-74, of 40 acres each, and' portion No. 11 of 100 acres, Caragabal Run. Lots T, U, and V, portions, 36, 37, and 41, area 193, 148, and 69 acres respectively, same county and parish, on and near the left bank of the Caragabal or Barbigal Creek, and adjoining the southern and eastern boundaries of portion No. 37, parish of Berrignn. Oaragabal Run. Lot -W, .portion 40, 200 acres, county of Gipps, parish of Caragabal, on the right bank of the Caragabal or Barbigal Creek, about $ of a mile above its junction with the Little...

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Opinions of the Press. [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 2 March 1878

'.'(DjiuiioHSi jrfihc gjwss. Urn ' At.most Pi:kfect Land System.'— Tli'p Ihmhi says :— the fucts elicited in the 'cisi- of 'Cnnccn arid another v Ward; deserve the at1 rictus rohsiileiationnot onlyof the Legislature, hiil of the public ai liii-ge. Thoclofoiidahfc, Wind, Was eil) ur a free Bploctol- or inlorested in fivo se'ectioi.s, in the Dtmiliquin district — a district \\a uii, iinli'.-ea Uioro nave boen grievous tixiiggeru li'o'is, l:na bi'uh notorious 'foi* duniiny. selec tions, a ll which has fiiven successive Ministers Vi'tr Ijai ds endless t'rorililc in adjudicating as to iVn Feitiu'os. it appVar.s tiiat scjme of Ward's ?loi'errri-i.s Inid been forfeitiM, and that othors weie In diingiT uf forfeiture. Under theso rrcttm^ainsi'h, lin sought t\\6 aid of a land ago'ni m Sydney tti ji'ot Ihu forfeitures can -ccilcd, and to protect the 'others from impend ing 'dai |;Vjr ', and in uhbosing a Hind a-*0Tit ho liAii tliu discretion to stioct 'one who could jilrtoc the Adjective '?' ^...

Publication Title: Grenfell Record And Lachlan District Advertiser, The
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Copy of Opinion. [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 2 March 1878

Copy of Opinion. :??'??'?' The Acts Shortening Act, 16 Viet,, No. V, S4, enacts that' the repeal of .an Act, or part of an act, shall not without express words affect any matter or thing commenced to be dono under the repealed Act, but the same may be con tinued under the repealed Act unless the repeal ing Act shall bo adaptedto such continuation. In tho matter of applications under 25 Vic. No 1, S 8, repealed by 39 Vic. No. 13, S 1, it is not at first sight easy to say whether the pro visions of tho repealing Act 39 Vic. No. 13, S 2, aro adopted to the continuation of proceed ings on an application under the repealed section 8 or not, on the whola I think they are. not. I think the proceedings under S 2 are intended to apply only to applications underthat Act, and there is nothing tending to show that thoy were intended to bo substituted for proceedings upon application under the repealed section 8. The applicant under that section had a sort of inchoate right to the land upon the ...

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RELIGIOUS NOTICES. Church of England. [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 2 March 1878

C fiiiLMOTJS NOTICES- ; ,,,, ; - ., bkt;S.CH: of ..Eifcii-Mp; !;v „;???.? .-..'?' The. foUowing. services will be goridu'cted (b.-V.-) ; iii Scily Trinity Church; Greiilfell : ?'.'.;?. '??''.'.: ?'??'./': .T(5-morr'o'w ^Sunday}., . . ji 'a.nV. ????.;;?? ... :.. Rev. P. S. Wilson , 3.p.iri. (Childron) ;.: -;; -. . 7..30 p-.tti: ??? ..-. . .:. ,;

Publication Title: Grenfell Record And Lachlan District Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 2 March 1878

AUSTRALIAN JOINT STOCK BANK. GRENFELL BRANCH. pURRENT Accounts opened. yJ Interest allowed on fixed deposits. Drafts issued on the chief towns in- the Australian Colonies, and England, Ireland, and Scotland. ? ; Advances made, bills discounted, and all ? usual banking business transactor!. ' J. J. ANDERSON, Manager. GREATEASTERN HOTEL, Geox*ge-street, Gretifell. ueoegITstoees. . GOOD ACCOMMODATION FOR TRAVELLERS., Good and secure Yards for. Teamsters, with' plenty of water, free of charge. ' Booking Office for J. 'Still's Royal Mail Coaches, Grenfell to Forbes (Wednesdays and Saturdays) ; also for Joyce's Royal Mail Coaches Grenfell and Young (Sundays'aiul Wednesdays) Good Stabling, loiili plenty of fodder.' TATTERSALLt TURF ; ? GEOBG.E-STREET,_ GREN1TELL. : JOHN jTTm'IVEB BEGS to inform his friends and the1 public that ; .having purchased 'Cattersall's Turf Hotel, formerly in the occupation of Mr. i, Sylvester Dain,,hehas RE-OPENED the same.; The, house, which has been thoroughly r...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 2 March 1878

The unfoitnh'ate division amongst the 'D]'eihlieralQf4t!he Grenfell Bench, which has so ''.ohg iaWrfered . with .the proper adrninistra ?. .tio'n'of j.stic1} in this dUtrict, ?vras brought jfiefHre the notice of the Legislative Assembly,' ' ?? oy' Mr.-'JnrnPS Watson, during the debate upon Mi e vote for Pettv Session expenses. ?;.JYjv. yyrttson,. m retemng to tne necessity ;; .thVrfi ?'? wiiR for a. better administration of justice at .Gre.nfell, declared that justice was ?' aitnost 'at a-'Rtandstill for want-.of a proppr ?'?Tnngistracy. Mr. Lenry promised to rectify ? the matter if Mr. Wataon would call npon 'lain, and show where it was necessary, to 'do ho: The proceedings of last week ' 'Mr.-' Watson has no doubt leitrnt through the PiEConn, end the particulars have probably readied, by private communication, the Minister for Justice ;, these; with the resolu tions passpd at the public meeting,, will assist the Government, in. its determination' as to - the best course that shoul...

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NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 2 March 1878

\y:&Tdffi8iE-Tdt}fimtE(?P0Np]3NT& 'Au Jitters' intended for' pHoUnaliofy 'in'ii'd. %e. ' ' p2c6v\ihmieit bit the real .iUHit.c tMiil qihlre'ss of Hie writer — not i{ecWs\irfi(i for /publication,, ^'.? -f'h' '.I1'? ifofofiiiuRon of the Editor. fHE G^MFEfL^ RECORD ~~. ' SXTUKftX^, MARCH 2, 1878.

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CATHOLIC. [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 15 June 1878

CATHOLIC. Mass will be celebrated afc — ? - . . - Grenfell — Sunday, Juno 16th . Grenfell— Thursday (Holyday), Juno 20th Grehfell— Sunday, June 23rd ' . ; Goolagong— Saturday (SS. Peter and Paul, ?'?? -June 29th: '?'.'- . ? . : ' . ' ' Goolagong — Sunday, June 30th. ;

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By Electric Telegraph. SYDNEY. Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 15 June 1878

§y (BUtinc StfcpKpft. (Pkess Telegram. Association.) ,\ SYDNEY. .:.'?? ??'.?. Friday. The Suez mail arrived at Albany yesternight. The weather continues intensely cold. Snow ing in several parts of the Southern District yesterday. ?'?'?? ; The wool sales passed off with considerable animation, (satisfactory rates were realized. Cattle are firmer than last ^week ; best beef being worth 25s ; medium, 21s per 100 lbs. Wethers, 14s, 11s Cd, and 9s. Maize has declined. ? ?

Publication Title: Grenfell Record And Lachlan District Advertiser, The
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Latest English News. London. June 8. [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 15 June 1878

!£« m0$n /$» London, June 8. Franco insists that tho interests of Egypt, Syria, and Palestine shall be considered at the coming Congress. It is proposed, to dissolve the Austrian Reichstag. . . . . The Rev. Mr. Stanton, of Trinity Church, -Holborn, will be consecrated Bishoj) of North Queensland on the 24th June. A colliery explosion has occurred at Wigan, in Lancashire. The number, of killed is 230. The market for Australian fiecurities is re markably firm. New Zealand has recovered. The tone for wool market. is firm and healthy prices remain without noticeable alteration. ... , London, June 10. Tho brig. Calibre, from Australia to London has beon scuttled at Falmo'uth,'the cargo having caught fire. ? The Australiim Eleven defeated the Elland eighteen by eighty-one.- Tho bowling of Boyle was most effective, lie took seven wickets in eight successive balls. In tho match against the Batley eighteen, commenced to-day, the Australians went in first, and lost two wickets eighty runs. Lo...

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