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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 23 November 1878

CATHOLIC. Mass will be celebrated at — ** Grenfell — Sunday, November 24th. H. M. FINNEGAN, Catholic Pastor. GEEIFELL_ EACES. lew Tear's Day,. 1879. MAIDEN PLATE of 6 sovs, with a sweep' of 10s each, for all starters, 1 J: mile ;- second horse to receive the sweep? for ; all maiden horses ; weight for age.. '?' SHORTS HANDICAP of 5 sovs, witii a sweep of 10s each for starters ; f mile.....;; ? GRENFELL HANDICAP; of 15 soys, with a sweep of 1 sov each for all starters'; 2 miles ; second horse to receive 2 sovs from prize. HACK RACE of 5 sovs, wivh.a sweep of 10s' each for all starters ; heats; once round the course; for all horses to be approved of by the stewards, and to carry 9st.;' winner to be Rold immediately after the race for £10, any surplus to go to the. funds ; second horse to receive the sweep. SCURRY STAKES of 2 sovs, with a sweep of 5s each ; once round the course ; catch weights; ? o ? Three entries for each event, or no race. Entrances for Maiden Plate, Grenfell and Sh...

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MELBOURNE. Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 23 November 1878

?MELBOURNE. Monday. Messrs. J. H. Clough and Co. report: — Largo attendance at our wool sales to-day (18th) ; prices firmer .; New South Wales clips Bold well.

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By Electric Telegraph. (PRESS TELEGRAM ASSOCIATION.) SYDNEY. Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 23 November 1878

:. :l?y Mednt ©ckflMjrlu .'.' ' ?'- (Press Telegram Association. );' ? '??-???;?' ?'? ? ;?''?— 'T^ .-'.??.' ;::- ?;;-?:. ''., ?;; ;;; ?'.;; ' . SYDNEY.,1 /; v. ::':'. '?; ???? ?; ?'?. ?' ??';? .'/.- - ?|Vi$fty^-.' ? ..? ''In, the. Ass.embly, yesterday, Mr. Farnell ?moved the second reading of the Land Bill, and ?was' followed by Sir John Robertson!;, iboth ?^entlemeif-Spi|ke at great length! occupying^ the whole sitting, jUntil jdeven -o'clock, 'when the debate wiis adjourned, until: Wednesday;next. .. The seamen's strike continues, causing great '? impediment to business generally. A crowded , meeting was held at Newccstle, yesterday, : expressing sympathy with the movement, and * .endorsing the action of the Seamen's Union. The heat yesterday was intense ; the thermo ? meter rpgestered 102 in the shade, and 154 in ' the sun ; hot blasts of wind unceasingly . throughout the day. Sir William' Macarthur, a '?? member of the ? British House of Commons, was accommodated urith a Beat on...

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Commercial. MELBOURNE. J. H. CLOUGH AND Co.'s REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 23 November 1878

? (SmmxtM. MELBOURNE. ; J. H. Clottoh and Co.'s Report. Wool — We held our usual weekly sale by auction at our warehouses on Monday, the 11th instant, which was fully attended by the buyers, and tho competition throughout was very spirited for every lot offered, and full prices were realised, which in some instances showed an advance upon last week's rates. Scoured sorts were in active demand. There were, howevor, no sviperior lots of any descrip tion offered, the catalogue consisting entirely of inferior and medium qualities. Greasy sold at 8d to lljd ; scourud up to 16Jd ; and fleece up to 18d per lb. ; we have since disposed of a few lots privately at similar prices. Quotations at present are for — greasy, inferior, 7d to 8id ; medium, 9d to lOid ; good, lid to 12Jjd ; superior, 13d to 14~d ; fleece, inferior, 12d to 14d ; ordinary to average, 15d to 19d ; good to superior, up to 20d ; scoured, inferior, 10d to 12d ; ordinary, 13 to ltid ; good to superior , 17uto22d. ' R. GOLDSB...

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LONDON. London, November 20. [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 23 November 1878

:': LONDON. / A , London, Novembor 20' Fourton, a Conservative leader in the Fnunch Asspmbly, has challenged Ga'mbotta to a duol. Tho Liberals have asked tho Government to call Parliament together bofore deciding upon going to war with Afghanistan. .', Disraeli refused to do so. \ It is tho intention of tho son of tho Crowns Prince of Germany to visit tho exhibitions of tho Australian colonies. ; Listen, Young, and Company have failed for £100,000. Keep, Parsons, and Company have »1ro failed. . ? ? . ? Tho London colonial wool sales' have opened I with 179,000 bales, Prices have declined one | penny per pound. ' .

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A TRIP TO MUDGEE. [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 23 November 1878

^ Sv A TRIP TO MUDGEE. -rk . h 5The first time we siiw Mudgee was when the inhabitants of the Meroo' and its tributaries were being; attracted by the rush to Victoria. Mudgee in those days could only boast of three or four brick buildings, the rest were .of slabs, bark, and calico. Frail as these ?were, they housed a lot of valuable merchan 'dize, and although perhaps the times' were hard to a few, they were ' good old times ' 'to many. Squatter, storekeeper, and pub ... lican, reaped a splendid harvest inconsequence of the discovery nf the nuggei; on the Louisa Creek, by Dr. Kerr's blackfellow. From morn till eve, the roadway opposite each ,. place of husiness in Mudgee was crowded with teams, loading or unloading, and, unlike '_ .the- present time, most of the orders were cash transactions. After a residence of ? many years, during which Mudgee made . rapid [strides in all mutters relating to civili sation midprospprity, wp, in 1864. in conse quence of family bereavements, returne...

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CHURCH OF ENGLAND TEMPERANCE SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 23 November 1878

Church of England Temperance Society. — The usual monthly meeting of the Grenfell branch was hold last Monday evening, Novem ber 18th. The attendance was very good. After the singing of the hymn ' Stand np for Jesus,' and engaging in prayer, the President (Rev. F. S. Wilson) pave a short Bible reading, and an pxp--sition of part of the 31st chap, of Proverbs, showing how a couple of verses, much used by the anti-teetotal party, in further ance of their views, could bo transformed into a weapon to fight to battle of total abstinence. As the Secretary was not present, the minutes of prior meeting were not read. The President remarked on the paucity of helpers in carrying out the meetings, as evidenced by the fact of the -whole literary portion of that evening's en tertainme'trt devolving upon himself ; he trusted it would not be so in the future. He then gave the following readings (which were pleas ingly diversified by vocal pieces rendered by the juvenile choir) : ' When I wore red ...

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THE FINANCIAL MUDDLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 23 November 1878

THE FINANCIAL MUDDLE. The Farnell Government, upon taking office, set out with the good intention of placing the finances of the colony upon a sound and solid basis, in order, as it affirmed, to rescue the country from ruin. Flattered by so fair a pro mise, the Assembly, backed by the people, determined that every facility should be ifforded the Ministry, in order that so praise vorthy an obj ect might be attained ; consequently 10 previous Government has had so much ts own way, or has been less opposed. Masters -f the situation, they were in a position, had ;hoy been master legislators, to have accom plished more than any set of men who have jeeh in power since the inauguration of respon sible government. Instead of doing this, they have completed nothing, in fact, have miserably ?ailed in all that they have undertaken, and if lot forgotten in the future, will be remembered snly as the incapables. From the tone of the lebate upon the Financial Statement, it is evi lent that their t...

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CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 23 November 1878

CHURCH OF ENGLAND. The thirty-first meeting of the general commit tee of the new Anglican church building took place in the vestry of Holy Trinity Church, on Tuesday ? evening last, ' ; Members, present : Messrs. Nash, Norris- Napier,' Hincholiffe, Fisher, and'OIson. The B.ev. F. S. Wilson took the chair, and opened the proceedings .with prayer ; after which. The Secretary read the minutes of the meet ing held on the 22n'd October last, which being submitted , were unanimously' passed. The Treasurer reported the payment of the following accounts :' — Contractor W. Sharp's certificate fur works performed, £285 7s 6d ; John Bolton's account for balance of bricks supplied, £86. The rev. Chairman, in mentioning several interesting matters in connection with his recent visit to Mudgee, suggested that as his Lordship the Bishop of Bathurst had expressed his wil lingness to attend the opening ceremony of the new church, in February next, that some steps should be taken to hold a tea meetin...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 23 November 1878

MELBOURNE WOOL SALES. Cheap Freights, Sydney to Melbourne R. GOLDSBROUGH &CO BEG to announce to the Woolgrowers of the Mnrrumbidgee, Lachlan, and Bland dis tricts, that they are prepared to take charge of Wool at. the Railway Station in SYDNEY, and deliver it at their Warehouses in MEL BOURNE at a total charge of £2 os. per ton on Greasy - £2 15s. „ Washed Including Insurance by steamer of £20 per bale, and all expenses. Consignments made to their Agents, Messrs. MAIDEN, HILL, & CLARK, Sydney, will have immediate attention (railway carriage being paid), and the lots forwarded by first steamer. Should owners forward themselves, the steamer freight will be : Per A. S. N. Co.'s steamers, 5s per bale ; or per W. Howard Smith's steamers, 53 per bale for Greasy, and 4s per bale for Washed. Last season, many thousand bales were for warded from Sydney to Melbourne for disposal, and the prices obtained were highly satisfac tory, the splendid Warehouse accommodation, and the c...

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Local News. POLICE COURT. Tuesday. Before G. G. Brodie, Esq., J.P. Patrick Joyce—Cruelty to Animals. [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 23 November 1878

foal *§tw. POLICE COURT. , ' Tuesday. Before G. G. Brodie, Esq., J.P. Patrick Joyce — Cruelty to Animals. ? twice that size ; he called defendants attention to the state of the horse ; he said in reply that ' he could not help it.' . Cross-examined by defendant : Would swear that both hands would not oover one of the sores ; had asked Mr. Simpson tolend another horse, which he declined doing ; had seen the horse ill-treated by defendant. Defendant said, not having another horse he was compelled to drive him, b'.it denied ill-using him; the sore on his shoulder was not larger than a sixpenny piece. ?? . Fined 20s and costs, or one weeks imprison ment. ? Constable Robertson said he ..was. at .the Seven-Mile when he saw defendant driving two horses, one of which was suffering from a sore shoulder ? he examined the horse and1 found it whipmarked ; there was a sore on one shoulder as larsre as his hand, and one on the other

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Latest English News. November 15. [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 23 November 1878

';: ? Wtieti \ -$«««£& tyem: : k^. . . November 15. : Tlie President; of the United States 1ms ordered that payment of the award of the Halifax Commission on the Newfoundland Piaheries question should be made --n the 23rd November. ? £370,000 has been subscribed in Scotland for the relief of tho shareholders of the Glasgow Bank. The Marquis of Lome and the Princess Louise have sailed for Canada. The Most Rev. Edward M'Cabe, Auxiliary Archbishop of Dublin, will succeed 'the late Cardinal Cullen. Ellison, at one time mate of the P. and 0. Company's stenmer Avoca, has been arrested, and remanded, in connection with the gold robbery on board that vessel. ' Fearful gales have been experienced on the »OUtll COc'ist. / .-;?.'????;?? :?;?.:-' . The ship Blair Atholj outward bound for Australia, has put back, having sustained dam age ; and the Woodlavk, outward, bound for Australia, has' also returhi'd, having been in collision. The ship Piako, bound for New Zea land, has arrived at ...

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A SLANDERER'S PENANCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 23 November 1878

A SLANDERER'S PENANCE. A woman who, for days and days, Had uttered scandal various ways, Who never moved her evil tongue Unless some fancied wrong was flung Upon the air, went to a friend, Asking how she her life might mend, ?'?? Since of the deeds that she has done, Grief left its mark on everyone. He said : ' Go take a thistle- top, And where you walk a ripe seed drop — ; Scatter them all till none remain^ Throuirh field and highway, park, and lane.'' ThoiiL'h very strange seemed this advice, She did the thing,, thinking it wise ; ? ? And when her work came to its end, Returned in haste to tell her friend. Then he replied : ' What ! — have you stopped, Now go and get each seed you dropped.' The woman said : 'I might as well Attempt to work a miracle.'' 'No easier .now can you undo,' Her friend replied, ' the deeds you rue. Well may that soul be writhed and wrung Which harbourB a malicious tongue.' The Character or Oliver Cromwell. — Oliver Cromwell was a great man, with a great ma...

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PROGRESS COMMITTEE. [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 23 November 1878

PROGRESS COMMITTEE. A meeting of the committee was held on Tues day evening, at the Albion Hotel. Present : Messrs. Pyne (in chair) Easton, Fleming, Pink atone, Ingrey, Cottome, Davoren and Campbell. The minutes of the previous meeting having been road and confirmed, the hon. secretary read the following letter : ' Sydney, November 11th 1878. 'Sir, — I have pleasure in stating that to-day I was favoured with a perusal of Mr. Wells' report, having reference to the supply of water to the town ot Grenf«ll. I am informed hy Mr. Bennett that the necesiary step9 will bo taken to carry it into effect. 'I remain; &c, 'James Watson1. ' Mr. J. D. Campbell,'

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BRUNDAH CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 23 November 1878

BRUSD AH CREEK, / [FROM A CORRESPONDENt1.! It is a long time since your subscribnrB living in this little township1 hav» seen any account of the' dbirtgs of the plane; strangers consequently have1' Bio idea of the' progress that has been made. It is some five or six years since the. Free Selector begaii to clear and f'/nce the land. At th«it time, look which way^ you would, houses, sheds, and stables wore being put up in all direction, and now a Well to do population have settled down, and^ hundreds of acres of ? growing crops are waving in the wind,^ almost ready for the sicklo, and the mower is busy with the hay. We have a convenient t-lace of worship belonging to the Wesleynn denotnina-' tion, the pulpit of which is occupied one1 Snn day in each month by the Rev. Mr. Hill, when he preaches a sermon long enoueh to last ii« until the time comes round for his next visit. We have also what is a great conveni ence — a post-office and a store from which we can supply most of our wants....

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WIT IN COURT. [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 23 November 1878

WIT IN COURT. Keen and cutting words, or even trifling incivi lities, indulged in at the expense of counsel, have1 sometimes met with swift ;rctribution. Plunkett was once engaged in a casej when, to wards the end of the afternoon, it, became a question whether the Court should proceed, or adiourn till the next day. Plunkett expressed his willingness to go on if the jury/would 'set.' ' Sit, sir, sit;' said the presiding Judge, ' not 'set;' hens 'set.'.'. ' I thank you, my lord,' said Plunkett. The case pro ceeded, and presently the Judge had occasion to observe that if that were the case, he feared the action would hot ' lay.'' 'Lie, my lordjlie,' exclaimed the barrister: 'not 'lay;! hens ;'iay.'' , ?;;'.. ?';..:.,.?' ?.-.;-y: ;??; ' ;?/?.. ' If yon don't stop your coughing, sir;' said a testy and irritable judge, 'I'll fine you a hundred pounds.' 'I'll give your lordship 'two hundred if you can stop it for me,' was the ready reply. ' . . ' ? ' r Curranwas once addressing a jury, wh...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 23 November 1878

A considerable time was occupied discussing whether steps should be_ at once taken for the election of a new committee or the incorpora tion of the town. It was decided that the proper course to pursue was for the Committee to complete the work it had in hand, and then ! to resign in a body, in order that a fresh elec tion might take place. Mr. Fleming moved, Mr. Easton seconded,— That the Secretary write tc the Minister for Mines, informing him that it is absolutely necessary that the road through Mr. Vaughn's paddock be opened with as little delay as pos sible. — Carried. Mr. Cottome moved, Mr. Ingrey seconded, — That the member for the Lachlan be requested to present the foregoing resolution to the Minister, and to urge the immediate opening of the road, in order that the public may not be put to further inconvenience. Carried. The railway question was next ventilated. Several of the members addressed the meeting at some length, the majority urging the adop tion of a branch conne...

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GRENFELL POST OFFICE TIME TABLE MAILS DESPATCHED [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 23 November 1878

GRENFELL POST OFFICE TIME TABLE Mails Despatched To Sydney (via Young), Victoria (overland), and all intermediate offices, on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday, at 10 a. m. Pp Sydney (via Cowra and Blayney), on Sunday only, at 6.30 a.m. ; ? Cowra, Carcoar, Bathurst, and . W.estern district generally, daily (excepting Satur day), at 5 a.m. To Forbes, Parkes., Condoblin, &c, every Wednesday and Saturday, at 2.30 p.m. To Marsdens, Wollongough, Humbug Creek, &c, every Sunday and Thursday, at 6 a.m. To Morangorell, Temora, &c, every Saturday, at 2.30 p.m. To Goolagong, Warraderry Creek, &c, every Sunday, at 6 a.m. To Brundah Creek, Wednesday and Saturday, at 3 p.m. Mails Arrive From Sydney (via Young), Victoria (overland), and all intermediate offices, on Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, and Satur day, at 3.30 p.m'. From Sydney (via Cowra and Blayney) on Sunday only, at 7.30 p.m. From Cowra, Carcoar, Bathurst, and Western . district gen...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 23 November 1878

THE1 ; AUSTRALIAN r JOINT STOCK ? ?? . ...... BANK. ,.????????: ?? ?-.(.!'! .-' - .. '.' . ? °— 7 ? , '.' '. ? ' ? Capital... ... ... ... ... £500,000 , Reserve' Fund ... v.v ... 135,000 ;;'' GRENFELL BRANCH;-: ,-.. -.,, .?,-,/. ';-;?' ..--??... : ?? .?.?.??,„?,; ;1- ?,..;;?- \ ,,,^v ; i V INTEREST allowed on fixed , ? '.deposits at. current rates. '''-''Deposits accepted; at -open account. Advances made on approved security; and wool blip; 'Cash-credits ; granted.*. Bills, discounted. -Drafts issued upon all principal, to wnB throughout tlie colonies ; also upon the 'United Kingdom, America, India, Ohinn,'.&c. . ..''.GOLD BOUGHT OR AUVAircED UPON. ' ?'^BJ'B- RODD, ???.''?*? '-'- '?':????'??'::-.? ? ? '??'-. ,..\\ '' , ;.,. Manager. ? MUTUAL ' LIFE ' '.ASSOCIATION; OF AUSTRALASIA., .; ? '?'' ?ivv'.-r:'.:.. , : ' (Established 1869). :? ./,. ,'.'-.- (Incorporated , by. Act of Parliament.) Principal Office— 247, George and ' Wynyard, ^ ,: streets, Sydney. -. ... V* 'BONUS : YEA...

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NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 23 November 1878

NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. All letters intended for publication must be accompanied by the real name and address of the writer — not necessarily for publication, but for the information of the Editor. THE GRENFELL RECORD. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1878.

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