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GRENFELL POST OFFICE TIME TABLE Mails Despatched [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 19 April 1879

GRENFELL POST OFFICE TIME TABLE Mails Despatched To Sydney (via, Young), Victoria (ovorlnnd), I and all intermediate offices, on Sunday, 1 Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Tliursday, j and Friday, at 10. HO a.m. I To Cowra, Carcoar, JSathurst, and Westorn I district generally, Monday, Wednesday: 1 and Lmliiy at o a.m. |To Forbes, Parkos, Uondoblin, &c, every I Wednesday and Saturday, at 4 p.m. I To Marsdens, Wollongough, Humbug Creek,' I &c, ovory Sunday and Thursday, iitC a.m. §To Moningoroll, Toinora, etc., every Saturday, I at 4 p.m. aTo Gonlagong, Warradtrry Creek, &c, every I Sunday, at 0 a.m. , hTo Brundah Creek, Wednosday and Saturday, H at 4.30 p.m.

Publication Title: Grenfell Record And Lachlan District Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 19 April 1879

THE AUSTRALIAN JOINT STOCK BA.NK. Capital ? £500,000 ?Reserve Fund ... ? 150,000 GRENFELL „ BRANCH. INTEREST allowed on fixed deposits at current rates. Deposits accepted at open account. Advances made on approved security ?v' and wool clip. Cash credits granted. Bills digMunted. Drafts issued upon all principal tow-vis throughout the colonies ; also upon the United Kingdom, America, India, China, -fcc. : GOLD BOUGHT OB ADVANCED UPON. j B. B. RODD, ; Manager. MUTUAL LIFE ASSOCIATION OF AUSTRALASIA. | (KBhihhflhfri 1869) | (Incorporated by Act of Parliament.) 1 Principal Office— 247, George and Wynyard streets, Sydney. BONUS YEAH, 1878-9. SPECIAL NOTICE. The Second Quinquennium will close on the 30th June, 1879, when the Profits will be ascertained and divided among the participating Policy-holders, in accordance with the By-lawn. For Prospectuses and reports containing full particulars of the position and progress of this, the SECOND OLDEST MUTUAL LIFE OFFICE ill the Aurtralian Colo...

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NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 19 April 1879

msoTicE to coimiwroNDENTk;. Hfcflm intended for pnblic,athni must be Wm.ompanivd by the real name and address of ?n writer — nut.- necessarily for publication, Kl for the infunnaiion of the Editor.

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Mails Arrive [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 19 April 1879

Mails Arrive From Sydney (via Young), Victoria (ovorland), I and all intermediate offices, on .Sundiiy, I Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday,, I and Saturday, at 3.30 p.m. Biom Cowrn, Carcoar, iUthurst, and Western H district generally, Tuesday, Thursday, and H Saturday at 8 p.m. lirom Forbes, Parkes, Condoblin, &c, Monday l| and Friday, at 10 a.m. Boin Mursdens, Wollongough, Humbug Creek, Wt &c, Monday and Friday, at 8 p m. M'om Morangorell Temorn, &c, on Monday, at m 8 p.m. ' ' ?Bom Goolagnng, Warraderry Cieek, &c, on H Monday, at 4 p.m. Horn Brundah Creek, Monday and Thursday, IS at 10 a. m. g|Ul correspondence for despatch by the HSinoy mails, via Young, must bo posted before EHi.iii. on the day of departure. , For Forbes, ffiH later than 2 p.m. on the days of despatch, wg all other mails up to 9 p.m. the night pre mKiij; the despatch. Hrahe Post Office is open from 9 a.m. to G p.m. MHelegr.-iph OfHce from 9 a.m. to 8 .p.m. jBBivings Bank from 9...

Publication Title: Grenfell Record And Lachlan District Advertiser, The
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OBITUARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 19 April 1879

OBITUARY. Grenfell Municipality Movement ; hatched at Davoren's, early in the year, but never fairly left the shell ; died of want of vital energy, and neglect. R.I.P.

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CHURCH OF ENGLAND EASTER MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 19 April 1879

CHURCH OF ENGLAND EASTER MEET ING. The annual meeting of tho members of the Church of England, for tho ' election of paro chial officers, &c, was held in Holy Tiinity Church, on Eastor Tuesday evening. There was a large attendance, and tho incumbent, the Rev. F. S. Wilson, presided. The Chairman, having opened the meeting with prayer, stated that he had no parochial, matter of gennral interest to bring before {hem. Th»y had met to' receive the report of the past ecclesiastical yerr, and to elect three Church wardens — one for tho peoplb, another for the trustees, and a third fr-r himself. Flo had received lotters from Mr. Loe and Mr. M'Carthy, of i Bathurst, who, at a former meet ing, had been delegated to' represent the Gren fell district at the Synod to be held in Bathuist during the month of May, accepting the office, and thanking thorn for the hononc conferred on, and confidence reposed in them. After refer riiig to one or two other matters, the rev. Chairman explained t...

Publication Title: Grenfell Record And Lachlan District Advertiser, The
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STRANGE WORDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 19 April 1879

STRANGE WORDS. I have often been surprised at the strange and apparently unmeaning words that have found a place in our vocabulary, and have been much puzzled to find their derivation. The word 'Mfokev?' is familiar to all bush men, and applied to an unbranded horse. It had it-* .origin in' the Aberorombie - Ranges, whore in tho, early, days of the colonv lived a st- ckninn named Mickey — ? ;, who amused his companions by laying'^claim to eve--y, un branHerl horse' he saw, until'it.'wna their cu'tbin to say, whenever they sawone, 'that is one of Mickey's.' - Honce- the'Idiigin'Ylf 'the 'term ' a mickey.' -; ? ' ' Tin dippers holdi-ig about half n, _ gallon were called'' Jack- Sheas,' and 'deriverl'^his desi na tion from a Hnmn-i of that naine,whp,.lived near or on the Blue Mountains, and who did a'e; 'od trndo.in Snaking' 'quarts'f.)V' triv'ellbvs.1'-1 Jack's ' quarts became' noted,1 beciiuso'Itlioy held three pints, hence a'l unusually .large quart pots w-r-s cillod by his name. ' ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 26 April 1879

©Iw ®m\U\\ jMemfl {PUBLISHED SATURDLY MORNINGS) rpERMS of Subscription, Six Shillings (6s i- pei quutei, pij iblein ulvance or Ll per mnum 111 advance lheqinrtei teiminate on ilst Much, 30th Tune, 30th Septembei, and 31st Decembei » f eich ypu, it which time oiilj cm subsciiheis discontinue by o'mn^ notice in wilting, md piynit, the am unt due to the end of the cuuent quutoi New sn- scubeis cm commence it inj tune and will only be clinked accoi dingly TERMS OF ADVERTISING.— For single column, fiist inch, 3s Gd , evaiy iddition it inch, Is 6d Vnnnnncemciits of Buths, Mamiges, md Deaths 3s each -Single column uheihsenient, if insiited foi toui consecutive tunes, aie subject to^a discount of 25 pn cent , if foi thutnen tunijs 3o} pet cent Don' le Column Ff-i the fust inch of spice, 6s , foi ovei\ iddition il inch 3s bpecia,l and libeia teims made for si mdiiu idveitisemi nts voi foi double cfluinn advi 1 tispmonts msritod mftu thm foui conseclihve trmis Adveitrsemtnt wrll be uciived up...

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[?]NG THE TROMBONE [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 26 April 1879

HIng the trombone. HJ of the very small number of' Hfcrs theJS7-?iu Yo-h l'inwi stUes HJctraordinary f nets' : — ' The his HHio-playing in this countiy is a ?jtive one. In 1317 one Elias Hiiston, announced his intention trombone, and be^in topiactico Ihe then, lower end of Beacbri Ibefore he had learnt the seven B slide he was found dead in his fthe instrument lying much bat Im. A- coronet s juiy of the Ithat he d'ed of apoplev\, and ll his ruined trombone was sold I Two yt ais latei mother Bosto ? Plunkett, undei to k to master ? Three weeks after he had ? note he was found deid in his, ??rombone slide inserted in his I horribly distending his jaw ?bid case was, suicide, though at I time the facts do not s em to Ih interpretation These oce-ur II to trombone pi lying m M issa Is, however, attempted in v in I of the country. In 1832, Bick, of this city, tiled to leam Rut died so suddenlythat the lund that he had poisoned him ? e did, but .why did he fiist ?uhent and imbrue it m the ?...

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ORIGIN OF SCANDAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 26 April 1879

1-1UGIN OF SCANDAL. §§ Says Mrs. A. H To Mrs. J., SI confidential way,' HI ' It seems to me M That Mrs. H. imudi- something— in her tea.' M And Mrs. J. H To Mrs. K. ??'? $Bi was overheard to sa\, || She grieved to touch H Upon it much, M*. B. took— such and such !' I Then-Mrs. K. SB, Wont straight aw \y, m friend, that solf-samo day, II ' 'Twas sad fo think |H (Here came a wink) lls. B. was fond 'of dunk ' WSL The friend's disgust SWus .such, she must, Sdy 'which she missal,' H That: Mrs! -B.,; raAt half-past thron, Wg, far gone she couldn't see .!' ? This lady we ? Hsive mentioned, she Hework to Mrs. B , ??And at such news HCouIcl scarcely choose H- neodleworlc rel use ?Then Mrs. B., ?HAs you'll agree, Hprly — she said, said slit, r BBThat she would track SgThe scandal hack Ktio niiulo her lock so black ?Throuch Mrs. K. ?And Mrs. J., HHast to Mrs. A., ?And asked her why, MHWith cruel lie', HI her so deep a dye I Hfeaid Mrs. A., BMCu sore dismay, Hj thing could evi r say , He said t...

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SIR JOHN ROBERTSON. [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 26 April 1879

SIR JOHN ROBERTSON. Fkw men in Australia are as well-known as Sir John Robertson, who has been twenty-three years a member of Parliament, and always occupied a leading political position in the Legislative Councils of this country. He was born at Bow, London, on October 15th, 1S1C, his father being a Scotchman and his mother an .Englishwoman. In 1820 his family camo to this ( olonj , md lit w is pi iced undci tin tuition of tholitu Di Ling, mcl subsequently undei thelitoMi, I1 \V Oipe, and the lite Mi Gil christ. At the early age of sixteen he worked his p iss i_;e home is in ofhcu of 1 sailing \esbel While 111 Lond -n ho called on Jjoid V ilnlciston, it the nqucsL of an assigned si 1 v.tnt of his ? father's, -whose ... father, was brio of Lord Palmeiston's to ants His Louis ip took so much interest in his tenant th it he invited Sir John to his conntij s' it c illcd Bio idlandi, so ' that Iip could give his ton int some iccouut of then unfoitunato son Aftei spending two yeira in vi...

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[?]ANESE WHEAT. [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 26 April 1879

?r- — _ ?anesewhtcvt I is recorded in connection with Is 1. italy' inadi by the Puts Kocioty with lotne ginins of Irom Japan. Veiy little spi ing Itakes place in Fiance, and as Iners who till their own land le frequently employed m \in ?JLirmg the da}7, md they h ive ?unity for paying p o 01 atten Brms at. seed-time The uncoi ling prevailing in Octobei md Bgreat drawbai k to ill agncul Band especially to such as are ?3 desultory manner, often, in ?e agriculturist to. sow- the B' or ' suinmoi ' who it, when Bible to prepare his ground for Be winter variety A sugges Br-m a correspondent m Jipm Bthe discovery tint Jipanese Bi April or May, is npo and Bveat quite as tail} isEiuopem Kvn some five or six months ?the yield is equ illy 1 uge with Bttroni any of the v n lehes of I The great ad\ mtigedeiivcd Bion of the coin in question 13 B time available for ploughing ft) land, instead of tluse opoia ??lnixl hastily under the nncom. Bidvantageous circnm(»tancos.of. leather. Thes icnclits wo...

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By Electric Telegraph. SYDNEY. Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 26 April 1879

My $tortrtf ®cJc«v«irft. : SYDNEY. Friday. In the Assembly, yesternight, in reply to a question, the Premier stated that the amount spent upon the International Exhibition build ing up to the 19th instant, was sixty-five thou sand three hundred and sixty-five pounds. The whole ot me evening was occupied m discussing the action of the Cpper House with regard to the Privileges Bill, a majority of the speakers condemning the action as an in-ult to the Assembly. A motion was ultimately passed, asking information from the Council with refer ence to a free conference. A number of the carpenters on strike at the Exhibition building; have returned to work. The Agricultural Society's Show continues to be fairly patronised.

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CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 26 April 1879

CORRESPONDENTS. ?jKfl for publication must he J^tthe real name and address of ?fl necessarily for publication, ?J[rma-(0)i of the Editor. flFELL EECOKD ?W', APRIL 26, 1879.

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Latest English News. London. April 17. [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 26 April 1879

p^f^^rw-^^ T.nnrioll. ADril 17. ( Lord Pi by has seceded from the Tory pivty, Etad has ' .nod the Linemls in opposition t» mL\ Bwwwssaeld's policy- Tins will consider ably arete/then the Liberal party in Parlia V {I £wi been ascertained that the name of the Wssim whn shot at the Emperor is Beatnoux Saliiiiiuft', a li'ihooliiwster. i The Empwror, in replying to the congratula tioho of the Diplomatic Corps and others, an noWceil extraordinary repressive measures. \ fearful mining accident has occurred at Mona. An explosion of firedamp took place in a coftl mine, :t.nd before the miners could escape, 240 juuiirjveve killed. \ London, April 22. T.he u^.iitifci of a rupture of the relations be tween England and Burmah continues. The King refuses to listen to the proposals made for the protection of English residents and their interests and has defiantly rejected them. The British force of 6000 men sent to re lieve Colonel Pearson, at Ekowe, who \vas bo sieged by 36,000 Zulus, gallantly s...

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ENGLISH LETTER. London, Feb. 12th. [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 26 April 1879

Bglish letter. ? London, Feb. 12th. ?jueR very severe in Scotland, ?that the snow has occasioned ?Jheep farmers of a hundred BB ThroiiLthout England, the ?jtery winterly. The sea at Bee --f a hundred yards, was ?Jich was tested, in order to Hks sea water. Numbers of ?ft in the snow, and fifty-six KJl last week. ?bn entertaining, at Osborne, ?dent of th« Alice Hospital, ?jwith the nurses under her, H the Princess Alice through His said that the Queen and ?Jill shortly visit Germany, Hf seeing the tomb of the Hie Prince of Wales and Hbeen to Flushing, to meet H Hesse, and the children, ?Jsharing with the Queen in ?Jborcie. Her Majesty has ?r-r, for the purpose of Hhd Duchess of Edinburgh, ?js for some time. ?Jnet Councils held of late ???oach of another session of |H week's Punch, the Prime ?Sited as still nursing his ?Bll he a terrible fight in ?flidstone is determined to HJuccleuch, and the Tories HSady to defeat him. The ?J -in amazing amount of ?mis side, but the ballot is ?Sectio...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 26 April 1879

3&TRAOT. OF SALES BY AUCTION. '/ Monday Next. .33. HAZELTON, on. the premises adjoining '-Mr. Purss's, Drapery, Fancy Goods, 'Jewellery, &c. '' Tuesday Next. W. H. HAZELTON, at the residence of Mrs. Brown, Household Furniture, &c. '? ~WANTELX ~ TO PURCHASE— A PAIR OF BUGGY PONIES (must be good travellers). Apply to Rev. H. M. FINNEGAN, Young. ? Church of England, Grenfell. . MONDAY NEXT, April 28th. DISSOLVING VIEWS, WITH MUSIC AND LECTURE. Admission, 6d ; Children, 3d ; commence 8 p.m. larsden's Races. To be held Saturday, 24th May (Queen's Birthday.) A MEETING of Subscribers to the above, for the purpose of electing officers, and ^a'«»'gP^Si-«ninie, will be held at Mr. JOHN YOUNG'S HOTEL, Maradens, upon THURS DAY, 1st May instant. J. BRODIE, ;£'??. ' ' ' Sec. pro tem. |;Mutuai Life Association of Aus }£ '', , ?'.;: tralasia. ;:' .Mr. S. JOSEPHTspecial Agent, IS now visitin'g Grenfell (at Rich's Hotel), and .is authorised to receive Proposals, arid to ??''''...

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Local News. POLICE COURT. Monday. Before G. G. Brodie, and James Little, Esqrs., Js.P. Joseph Warton. -Assault. [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 26 April 1879

iitil Siuw. POLICE COURT. Monday. ' Before G. G. Brodie, and James Little, Esqrs., Js.P. Joseph Warton. — Assault. Mr. Crommelin appeared for complainant. Thomas Huddlstone deposed : He wasashep? herd, in the employ of Mr. O'Dwyer ; on Wed nesday last, he went out in the morning, with a flock of sheep ; defendant came galloping down the hill ; he turned round, and bid him good morning ; defendant jumped on his horse, and caught him by the collar, and said, ' You ? old ? , what brought you out here V he -said Mr. O'Dwyer had sent him ; defendant then shook him three or four times, and struck him on the head and face several times with his stockwhip doubled up ; the niaiks on his face and head were those caused, by the blows; defendant then threw him down, and fell with all his weight on top of him, stamped him with his knees, and twisted his necktie ; he struggled to get up, and shouted, when defendant let him go, and said, ' I'll give you some more, if you don't take the sheep away ...

Publication Title: Grenfell Record And Lachlan District Advertiser, The
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CATHOLIC. [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 26 April 1879

CATHOLIC. Mass will ne celebrated at — Young — Mass at 8 o'clock a.m. only on the first Sunday in every month ; on all other Sundays at 11 a.m. Vespers and Benedic tion on all Sundays at 7 p.m. Wombat — First Sunday each month, at 11' o'clock. . Wombat — Sunday, April 27, Mass 11 o'clock. Young — Sunday, April 27th, Bishop preaches at 11 o'clock Mass. Goolagong— Sunday, May 4th, Bishop blesses foundation-stone of new church. Grenfell— Sunday, May 11th. N.B. — On. the first Sunday of every month ~- +he members of the Confraternity of the Sacred ?art of Jesus and Apostleship of Prayer, are ected to approach Holy Communion. s| H. M. FINNEGAN, -J ? Catholic Pasior.

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Commercial. GREENFELL RECORD OFFICE. Friday Evening [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 26 April 1879

mrnmevcint Grenfell Record Office. / . Friday Eventf™ The woather continues fine and dry /n^ ti,o' want of rain ia becoming serious ; nu.^pSs of the district are beginning to look Vmre, and '? ploughing operations are delayed.' ;Here and ?' there a few acres have been turned up, aiLA'c\ sown, but these are quite the exception ! and some fanners pull long faces when talking of the future. The late severe frosts *.—.« «i'v»ou luio gi-i-vi-ii u[ grass, xstismess continues dull, and prices for produce remain at the same unsatisfactory, low tigure reported last week. The Grenfell mill is loading- flour for the Sydney market. Had rail ways been extended as they ought to have been years ago, we should not have read the other day that the imports of breadstuff's are more than twice our production Last year, the imports amounted to 22,203 tons' and since January 1st in the present year to 9577 tons ; in addition, 22,703 tons of potatoes have been landed ; for which ,£112 515 hard cash had to...

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