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FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 11 July 1868

FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE. 1 1 The Mom'teur denies that General Fuilley, on taking command oftho campat Chnlons, niado^uso of language expressing a probabil Count Bismark is about to nogotiato with Austria for tho solution oftlio North Sehles wig question. Prussia is seeking guarantees for pcaco by an anuroach to Austria. Iu Canada, Whcclcn has bcon committed for tho assassination of Durcy M'Gec. Tho latter was buricd.at Montreal on May 13th. Twenty thousand people joined in tho fuueral procession. Letters from Algeria give horriblo accounts of Hie condition of tho people. Tho Arabs continue to eat their compatriots and tho children of Europeans. Threo Arab womcu drowued u boy twelve years old, aud then ate him.

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LETTER LIST. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 11 July 1868

LETTER LIST. I Tho following is a list of tho Unclaimed Letters now lying ut tho Grenfell Post Olllco :— Bycrs R, Barrett 0, Bow Wm, Birch Jos, Brown 'i'hos, Butler Tobias, Best James. Coleman S, Cartwecl Mr, Cannon J. Davis J J, Davis E, Davis Ebcnczcr. Goinian Jas. Hollistcr W, Huddlcston Q G, Uolcfleish Frank, Holland Mi**. Irvino Mathew. Kennedy James. Linborn 0 F,'Lirkin and Wakeford, Moloney Put, Miller C. Oldhom 0, 0'Brycn Robt, O'Malcy Patsoy, O'Brien Rev Father Wm, O'Brien 'J'hos, Feared Jno, Perry Mrs E. Rimuier Jno, Itoo* Jno, Rces Edmund. Smart Hv, Smith Jas, Straiu Mauus. Walker Wm. Jouk Qpodliko, Postmaster.

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HOSPITAL CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 11 July 1868

HOSPITAL CONCERT. On Wednesday evening tho great hospital concert eamo off at the Princess', nnd was in every way a complcto succcss. Half a n hour beforo tbo commencement the parquetto wus filled, and at 8 o'clock this part of tho house was crammed to such an extent that standing room could not bo obtained. We hear of several porsons who had 3s-tickets' going to tho door, aud not entering, deferring their visit till Saturday (to-night). The 2# part of tho house was not quito filled, but nearly so, the run evidently being on the parquetto tickets. As a musical outcrtainment, tho con cert was really very good— much better, in fact, than any person could have thought such a town us GrenfeJJ capable of produc ing. Tho orchestra consisted*of tho Caledonian aud White llorso bands united, who gave soiuo choice selections of music in excellent stylo. It is n mistake to suppose that, because a musician or singer happens to bo on tho diggiugs, ho is to bo incdiocro iu his per formances. All ...

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ARRIVAL OF THE ENGLISH MAIL (VIASUEZ). NEWS TO JUNE 11TH. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 11 July 1868

ARRIVAL . ENGLISH MAIL (VIA SUEZ), NEWS TO JUNE llin. A notieoof motion was given in tho Houso of Commoni by Mr. Reardon, requesting the Government to adTise her Majesty to abdi cate, iu ardor that tho Prince of Wales, ns Regent, might perform tho duties of the sovereign, Tho motion was indignantly re jected. London May 22. Hor Majesty is in good health and is now in Scotland. Hor Majesty held a drawing.room io Buck ingham Palace, on May 13th. The Prince ond Princess of Wales occupy Windsor Castle. Mr. Adams, tho Amoricdn Minister, took leavo of her Majesty on May 13th. At Oxford, Mr. Hardy, when laying tho foundation stono at Kceble College, announced tho attempted assassination of tho l'rinco when something totween a shrlok and n groan burst from tho assemblage. Tho Bishop of Oxford, who was present, said that tho re venues of tho Irish Church were being con fiscated to meet the wis 'ictt of a band of assas sins. Both Houses of Parliauiont presented addresses to tho Queen, to whic...

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 11 July 1868

i Inspector op Wiiouts and Measpbes. — Sunior-constablo Sutherland has becu up* pointed to thisotllce for this township. Al though we do not for a moment us»uinc that cither a chippcd weight, or a measure nitli u concavity iuvuurublo to tho dealer is in uso amongst tho entire body of traders In Gren fell, yet, asauch an appointment as tboubuvo is held to bo necessary aud beneficiul else bo of somo benefit iu this community. A Model Couht Hocaa.— Such an ono is tho uuiquo structuro which a discriminating Government has provided for tho people of Grenfell. Its dimensions aro 20x12 It., the material used iu its construction being calcu lated to attract nud generate heat enough in summer to melt its iuuiutes, uud to freeze everything that approaches or enters it in winter. The framework of the nails ij of rough unsqusred timber, fitted into rough square holes in the Uoor, which admit -sharp currents of biting winds for tho geueral bene fit, during tho cold winter dajs; und, us if t his ...

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WEDNESDAY, JULY 8. (Before the Police Magistrate.) STEALING WEARING APPAREL. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 11 July 1868

Wepne3Day, Jcly 8. (Br fore the Pottcn Magistrate.) W. H. Nowmnn, on remand from Forbes, was charged with stealing it coat, vest, nnd other urtieles, the property ofEzekiol Goins, hairdresser, of Grenfell, on tho IStU Juno lust. Kzckiel Goins deposed that ho first met prisoner ubout Iho 10th of Inst muntb, when iic camo to his (witness's) place, und left his thing*, which ho subsequently called for nnd took tiwny. On tho night of tho 17lh pri soner, who i»t»-i neon reciting at Iho entertain ment iu uhl of tho Public School, eamc ngain towilnm's house, and asked to sleep thero as he had been lorked out. This wituess al bwed him to do, and he continued thero until about 3 o'clock on tho following day, about which tiuio witness, who had been absent nil the forenoon, returned. Witucsa went out oguin afterwards, and returned in about thretwjunrters of an hour, when ho found witness hud gnuo, aud discovered that a blue cloth coat, a vest, nnd Crimean shirt, had been tuken nwny. Prisoner h...

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LOCAL NEWS. GRENFELL POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, JULY 7. (Before the Police Magistrate.) GAMING IN A PUBLIC HOUSE. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 11 July 1868

LOCAL NEWS. GRENFELL POLICE COURT. Tcesday, Jcly 7. (Beforo tho Polico Magistrate.) o amino in a rcBtio nprsE, William L. Ford was charged with per mitting cards to bo played in his licensed hotel, ihc ' Old Royal George,' in Gcorgo street, Grenfell, on tho 27th ultimo. Sub.Insprctor Sanderson deposed (lint | about half-past lOo'clock on Saturday night, tho 27th ultimo, ho entered defendant's pub , lio home, nud thero saw ten or twelve men using cards, in a public room. One of the players was named ilex, who Appeared to be dealing, or sorting tho cords, nt tho time. Enquired of Rex whero tho landlord was, nnd ho replied ho was just gone up tho street. Defendant had nothing to urgo in defence, further than that he was not present at the timo tbo playing was going on, and that ho had always kept an orderly, respectable Fined £5— in default distress, and if in sufficient distress imprisoumcnt ; threo days ollowcd for payment. and xnernxo*. ' Jucob Hunn wa* charged with stealing n purse...

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GRENFELL MINING REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 11 July 1868

GRENFELL MINING REPORT. Sinco our last report littlo has occurred worthy of particular mention, cither in quartz or alluvial milling. Tho machines haro alj lteon busy, aud to-day another very impor tant addition will bo mado to the crushing machinery of the district by tho completion, und 'starting' to work of Parker, and Co's two new batteries of iivo stampers cach. Hitherto tho powerful engine in connection with this machina has driven hnt a similar iiumberof stampers to thai nowuddoJ, but tho efficiency of tho nmchino has bcon established (hiring tho fourteen weeks it lias boen cm ployed by its having crushed upwards of 1300 tons uf stone, boing an average of about 100 tons per week. With tho now batteries it » estimated au nver.ige of 200 tons per week, taking stoppage* of every kind iuto consideration, trill bo nmintuined. At this nmchino (Parker and Co'#) another 300 tons from Ihc prospecting claim Outward Hound was finished oil Wednesday morning, yielding 11 dwts per ton This...

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
COURT OF REQUESTS. THURSDAY, JULY 9. (Before the Police Magistrate.) [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 11 July 1868

COUHT OF REQUESTS. TiirnsnAY, July 0. (Deforc tho Polico Magistrate.) Hall, and Alhn rThomas Cotmay.-Claim £1 17* (Id, for gondi. — Nonppcarauco of de fendant.— Verdict for amount und costs.— Immediate execution to i*su-». Join A. Courli* v Johu Lnngford.— Clnlm lltt lid for bread. — No oppenrance of dcfcu daut.— Verdict for amount and coats. [J. B. \Voad, Esq., J.P., took his seat ou the Beu'li.} John Pericles r John Elherton.— Claim £2 . 10* Tor modieinas. &e.—Mr Whelan for plain titf.— 'Verdict for £2 2s and costs ; to bo paid at tho rate of £1 per month. Jurnes Brown v Goorgo Ureh.— Claim £5 17s 7d for goods— No appearance of defen d.mt.— Verdict for umouut nnd costs. llidlti und Allen v Peter Small.— Claim £0 12s Od for forii'e. — No appearance of defen dant.— Verdict for amount and costs. Kdwnrd Pmman v.. Edward Chippendale, — Claim £10. villi? of n horto lent to do fenihint und nut returned.'— Mr Ryalt for plaltitill'.— Adj'iurnod till next court for tho production of...

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RIOTS IN ENGLAND [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 18 July 1868

RIOTS IN ENGLAND On Sunday, May 10, tho borough at Ashfon undcr-Lyno was tho sceno of great rioting and disturbance, arising out of the spirit engendered between tho Euglish Protestants and (ho Irnh Romanists by (bo Icclurcs of (howoll.known Mtirpliy. A junction of pro* Aslitoti having been formjJ, tiro of the princi pal Irish quarters of Ashton were attacked, aud a good deal of furniture was destroyed in tho housej of tbe residents. As may bo supposed, all this was not accomplished with, out sonic severe fighting, in which many pen. plo wero badly hurt, la tho erening St. Oiner's Catholic chapal and school were attacked by tho mob, and tmi:h damngo done. After that St. Mary's Cutholio Chapel and School wero attacked. Tho bell was sounded to gtvo notice of tho attacking par'y, and a considerable force of Irish Romanists rallied to defend tho buildings. Theso wero ulti mately overpowered, and a good deal of injury wus sustained, the flttiugs and windows being destroyed. Somo shots we...

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SQUATTING IMPROVEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 18 July 1868

SQUATTING IMPROVEMENTS. OurRiverino squattcM (says tbo Pastoral Times) aro calling to their aid mechanical agents of every kind; even steam is being ex tensively woracdj Wo ofteu seo steam engines packed on tho cumbrous drays, which ' drag their stow length along,' passing through Diiniliquin. Messrs Wilson Brothers, of tho Yanko, arc introducing mott eztentiveappa ratus; and Mr Samuel Wilson, of Corce, F. andG. Detnilly, and other cxtensivo holders of Crowu lundi, are followiug tho example. Washing sbo.-p in hot water is becoming hero pretty general on luigo stations. Tho sheep aro first pusjed through hot water with soap, tho water being about 110 degrees ofheut; after rem.iiiiing ia theso comfortabfo quarters until thoroughly soaked, they aro floated in a tank of cold water, whero two spouts, each throwing a film of water three feet long by one-twelfth of an inch, uro made to play upon each sheep; this operation can only bo con* tinued'fifty-fivo seconds, ono minuto having been f...

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE LATE KING THEODORUS OF ABYSSINIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 18 July 1868

THE LATE KING TUE0D0RU3 OF ABVSSINIA. \\ o tako tho following sketch of the late tyrant of Abyssinia from (lis l'uuama Star. It appears that the real narno of Theodorus was Li Kassa. Under this name he organise 1 a revolt in 1853 against the Government of tho country, then ruled over by 'King John,' who was the .lust of tbo Koyal Mahomodan line, and who boro (ho title of 4 Negus — Anglico Emperor. At this date Li Kassa was thirty-two years of ago. By od dress, cunning, and by tho assumption of so. hriety to tho degree of austerity, ho ingratiated himself with sovcral warliko tribes, and start ing with but a handful, rcccired considerable accessions by which he was ablo to subdue nnd attack aav'eral outer provinces. At first ho set up only as a chief of partisan udhor ents. What, however, with tho growth of his ambition and tho nativo restlessness of his followers, ho cxcitcd the alarm of Bas All, head minister to the King. To secure him tho latter offered to Li Kassa bis daughter in...

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A CASE OF SUTTEE. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 18 July 1868

A CASE OF SUTTEE. Tho following aro the circumstances of the suttco case which occurred in tho Cawnporo district On tho 15th ultimo, tho brother of a woman named Mussumat Kabusia, living at a village six miles from the police station at Sheobo in tho Pawnnoro district, brought hor tidings that her husoand a Brahman, Omeid showed great emotion, she broke tho bungles from her wrifts, and began to cry, 4Sutt Ram— Sutt Ram' repeatodlyat short Inter vals, announcing hor intention of sacrificing horself. Tbo Pundit of tho family advised this test to be applied, tbat her hand should be held over a lighted lump, to seo if sho could bear tbe pain. Tho lamp was brought, tho widow placed her hand over tho flame, and kept it there until it was blackenod and' blistered, declaring that she felt no pain ; sho was then declared worlby.to perform tho sac rifice. A largo number of tho neighbors as sembled, and there was » good deal of ap. prehension among thom at this timo as to tho consequences whic...

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE BATTLE OF THE ALMA. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 18 July 1868

THE BATTLE OF THE. ALMA. Here was I, on a sunshiny warm afternoon on a lovely auturnu d*y, toiling .up a hill which might havo been a ridge removed from the iofernal regions with all ita demon popu lation 1 Tumult, indescribable and. infinito j tbe noise of cannon, for which there is no wora, lor tt is not a roar, nor is it tuunder; tho scream of shells, the rush of shot, the dcudly song of tbe leaden birds in continuous flight around, tho storm of human voices in all tho ruricty of sound of which thoy aro capablo; command, angry urgence, pain, im precation, hate, furious outcry, passionate ap peals for help and merer, all mingled to gether, with a crackling and hissing of fiamos from burning villages, and tho ringing treble of musketry,' —this was the music to which tho play was going, tho actors terribly in earnest, some only caring to get away if they could, others only anxious to kill or bo killed, so that the agony were over soon. With faces blackened with powder, and eyes star...

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 18 July 1868

NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. Ail letters Intended for publication must be accompanied by tho real narao and address of the writer— not nocessarily for publica tion, but for tbo information of the editor. THE MINING RECORD. SATURDAY, JULY 18, 1868,

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BLIND. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 18 July 1868

BLIND. Chaos and darkness wbereso or I go ; A midnight sky without ono friondly star To lead me onward through tho dcep'oing gloom. For ovormoro tho purplo crownod morn, Tho golden flashings of the vivid noon; ' Tho starlit chambers of tho dowy night, To mo nro ono vast gulf of nothingness. 1 hear tho winds coquetting with tho flowers, y Tho rush aud pinions on tho perfumed air, Tho noisy laughter of my babes at play ; And one sweet voice which is the master-tono Of all that stirs my spirit to its depths. Could I but look upon tho glorious earth For ono short hour, drink one full draught of From her dear watching eyes, and bear it To cheer tho darkness of my prison-house, 1 might, pcrchance, grow patient in my chains, And wrestling, conquer, with my heart's ua Oh ! blesiod light, thou unirersal joy, Tiiou first and best of Heaven's gifts to man ; Why mo thy smiles, now seen by half tho Shut out by utter darkness from my sight. And yet how weak thy power when weighed with that Which ...

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
OFFICIAL VISITS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 18 July 1868

OFFIOIAL VISITS. Tbo Governor is taking a tour turougn part of New South Wales, just to look about ^ilm, and view tbe state of tbe country. It is a sort of established custom for a now Governor to take a glance at tbe interior. He does it oy ruie, jus* m «« Parliament, or as ho performs any other duty appertaining to the vico-regal office. Wo do not know that any great resnlt flows from these journeys, yet some good undoubtedly must arise to tbe country. The Governor, as chief of tbe Executive Council, has un. doubtedly considerable influenco in determin. ing many details connected with tho govern* ing of the country, and must, as a matter of course, be much better ablo to form a correct opinion on many publio matters from having examined personally the peculiarities of tbe country, and, as far as a passing glance can show them, tbe habits of tbe people. We ob serve that Mr Marti* is accompanying his Excellency, and will proceed with him to Melbourne. Is it not somewhat strange— or,...

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
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FLOATING AWAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 18 July 1868

FLOATING AWAY. Where the tremulous wavo is upheaving To catch the last glanco of tho west, The summer'sbino softly is weaving A robo for its beautilul breast. The slifreriitg briJI/aneo is ly/fig On the sails of tho ships in the bay i But like smilos from the lips of the dying, Its glory is wasting away. Stealing a kiss from tho fisherman's skiff As it darts from the arm of tho sheltering cliff, Where tho rock«shattcrcd billows are foaming as if For the foam-bubbles floating away. Oh! tho hcart*pulses quicken their throbbing At thought of the voices of yoro j Recalled by tho sorrowful sobbing Of the sea, as it beats on the shore- ' Oh! it boars in tho song it is singing, A dream of that beautiful day Whon the heart, to tho fond Present clinging, Never 'dreamt of tho Future's decay ! When tho days that we know wero all datzlo and glca*i-, Xiko tho . s unsbino oiid shade of somo fanciful dream, Til], like withered leaTos dropt ia a fast-flowing stream, Our lifo blossom floated away. S...

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
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EPITOME OF NEWS. THE MISSING SCHOONER MARY ANNE. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 18 July 1868

EPITOME OE NEWS. TUB MISSING SCHOONER MARY ANNE. The fate of tbo missing schooner Mary Anno bas at last been made known, by the return of tbe Pharos with tbe captain and crew of the ill-fatod vessel, which went down in doep water in May 28, fifteen miles ofT tbo liehthouso on Kino's Inland. From the particulars supplied to us by the : owner and master of the vessel, Captain Ab* som, we learn tbat tbe schooner, which left Corner Inlet on May 18, for Melbourne, met 1 with strong breezes from tbe W. in the early part of her voyage, forcing her to anchor off Sealer's Covo on the 20tb. She remainod at her anchorage till tho 23rd, wbon tbe wind came in from the North, and she stood off from land. On tbe 27tb, the wind having continued N. and N.N.W,, King's Island lighthouse was sighted, and at 7 p.m. on that day a heavy sea broke over her, and carried i away a portion of tho bulwarks. The vessel was found to be making water fast, and all hands wero kept at the pumps. At 2 a.m., 28th May, ...

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 18 July 1868

Notice of Removal. TUB Undersigned begs to notify to his Patrons and tbe Publio of baring Removed to a moro central position, next to Messrs. M'Connell and Co.'s, where lio hopes to receire a continuance of that patronago hitherto accorded liim, aud which, far Style, Fit, Material, and Workmanship, combined' with moderate prices, will be bis stud; to de J.O. BYRNE, Tailor and Woollen Drapor THE NEW REGULATIONS COPIES of the Additional Gold-Ficlds _ Regulations cau bo obtained at lliis Ofllc Price Cd. * THE AUSTRALIAN JOINT STOCK BANK/:; GRENFELL;, , DBAFT3 issued on All tbe Branches and Agencies of tbo Bank, in tbis colony, Queensland, Victoria, South Australia, Tas mania, Netr Zetland ) also, in England,' Iro» land, and Scotland. ? Highest price given for gold. 0. W. FAVELL, Manager. CHURCH OF ENGLAND TEA MEETING. A TEA MEETING, iu connection with tho Church of England, Grenfell, Trill . bo held (D.V.) on Wednesday, the 22nd July, In tho Church, Camp llill. Tea will be on tho Table...

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