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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 3 May 1879

THE AUSTRALIAN JOINT STOCK BANK. ? o ? Capital ? £500;000 Reserve Fund ? 150,000 GRBNFELL BRANCH. INTEREST allowed on fixed deposits at current rates. Deposits accepted at open account. Advances made on approved security and wool clip. Cash credits granted. Bills discounted. Drafts issued upon all principal towns throughout the colonies ; also upon the United Kingdom, America, India) China, &c. GOLD BOUGHT OK ADVANCED UPON. B. B. RODD, Manager. MUTUAL LIFE ASSOCIATION OF AUSTRALASIA. (BBtablishpd 1869) (Incorporated by Act of Parliament.) Principal Olfice— 247, George and Wynyard streets, Sydney. BONUS YEAR, 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-lawB. For Prospectuses and reports containing full particulars of the position and progress of this, the SECOND OLDEST MUTUAL LIFE OFFICE in the Aurtralian Colonies, and the f...

Publication Title: Grenfell Record And Lachlan District Advertiser, The
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POLICE COURT. Monday. Before D. Pyne and J. L. Waugh, Esqrs., Js.P. Thomas Holten—Embezzlement. Mr. Crommelin appeared for the defence. [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 3 May 1879

POLICE COURT. Monday. Boforo D. Pyno and J. L. Waugh, Esqrs., Js.P. Thomas Holt bit — Emdbzzlujiunt. ? Mr. Orommolin appeared for tho defence There woro three informations, charging defendant, who is in tho employment of the Government, in tho capacity, of poundkooper, with having received for and on account of the Government the several sums of £11 5s, £7 Is, and £6 5s, the proceeds of the sale of horses sold by him as poundkeeper at tho public pound at Grenfell, and which inonoys ho did feloniously and fraudulently embezzle. Sergeant Malonoy, in each case, applied for a ?remand in consequence of the absence of a material witness. Mr. Crommelin not objecting, The threo cases were postponed until Tuesday next. Tuesday. Beforo' G. G. Brndio, D. Pyno, and J. LY ';' ' . Waugh, Esqrs., Js.P. Joseph Warton appoarod upon summons, to show cause why.! ho' should not bo .b'oiitvl over 'to keep the peace towards Thomas Huddlo .'stone. , Mr. Crommohn appeared for complainant. I Thomas T-Iuddle...

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Local News. COURT OF INQUIRY. Friday, April 25th. Before Whittingdale Johnson, Esq., Commissioner of Conditional Sales. French v. LEWINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 3 May 1879

sC«at $-m COURT OF INQUIRY. Fiuday, ApitUi 25th. . - I3oforo Whittingdalo Jonhson, Esq., Commis {?eioner of Conditional Sales. Ffhencii v. Lewington. This was an inquiry under tho provisions ot tho Lands Act Amendment Act, 1875, in the matter of tho alleged failure of Charles Potor Lowington to fulfil the condition of rcsidenco on his conditional purchase of GdO acrcs^, selected in the county of Bland, since trans ferred to quo H. Conn, who, also, has not com plied witli the conditions of the Act, in regard either to residence or improvement. In conse quence of which, Mr. Ffrench, the'lesseo of tho run upon which tho selection is situated, lodged a declaration with the view of haying tho con ditional purchase forfeited, mid offered for sale . by auction as soon us possible. Mr. Crommelin appeared for Mr. Ffrench ; Mr. Russell (of Young) for Mr. Lowington. Tho .Commissioner having explained the nature of tho inquiry, Mr. Crommelin called A. E. Ffrench, who said, he usually resided in...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 3 May 1879

BIRTH.     HAZELTON.— On the 26th March, at her resi-   dence, George-street, Grenfell, the wife of W. H. Hazelton of a son.

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To the Editor of the Grenfell Record. [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 3 May 1879

To the Editor of the Grenfell Record.   Sir, — Since my name has appeared in your last issue in connection with the accident to Mr. Olson's son, you will allow me, for the sake of justice and fair play, to correct your statement, as far as I am concerned. The party who fur-   nished you with the particulars of the case knows as much about medical matters as a     donkey about a watch. The boy most decidedly never sustained the slightest injury to his ver- tebral column. Persons giving such opinions must be hopelessly ignorant of the fundamental laws of human anatomy and physiology. The   top of the column — whatever that might mean — cannot slip from its socket unless the very strong connecting ligaments have of necessity been broken, but then, instanious death is the unavoidable consequence, and it cannot "fortunately" regain its position. I must not ofiv.011 at any length into the matter to expose the absurdity of su...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 17 May 1879

Drapers, Ironmongers, I Wine and Spirit Merchants, I

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 17 May 1879

ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION.' Thursday Next. J. L. WAUGH, at his Yards, at 12, Store Pigs, Draught Horses, Waggon. , CATHOLIC. Mass will be celebrated at — Grenfell— Sunday, May 25th Goolagong— Sunday, June 1st. H. M. FINNEGAN, Catholic Pastor. GREIEELL EACES. 3Oth May, 1879. Stewards : — Mr. Joseph Rich I Mr. John Newman J. L. Wangh I R. Halls Mr. R. M. Vaughn. A. Hambly. Hmdicappers — Messrs. R. Halls, J. Newman, R. M. Vau«hn. Staiter— R. M. Vaughn. Clerk of tho Course— T.'.J. Rabbets. ? ' MAIDEN PLATE of 10 sovs, with a sweep of 10s each, for all starters ,; 1£ mile ; second hoi'so to receive the sweep ; for all horses that have never won an advertised prize exceeding £10 ; weight for age. THE MINERS' HANDICAP of 15 sovsj with a sweep of 20s each for starters ; 1 mile. HANDICAP HURDLE RACE, of 15 sovs.; nomination, 10s. HACK RACE of 5 sovs, with a sweep of 10s each for all starters ; 1 mile ; for all horses to be. approved of by the stewards, and to carry 10 stone. GRENFELL HAND...

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By Electric Telegraph. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 17 May 1879

gy (BUttvU ©ctcfli'ttpit. , (Phkss Tblkokam Association.) SYDNEY. Friday. The Assembly was occupied the whole of yesternight, and until 2 this morning, disens ing clause 12 of the Land' Bill, which was ultimately passed with slight 'amendment. In reply to a question, the Premier stated that oighty-fivo thousand pounds have been expended upon the Exhibition up to the pre . sent time, and that it would require a further sum of thirty-six thousand pounds for comple tion. The . Suez mail has arrived, four days in advanco of contraot time. A furious storm raged throughout tho night, accompanied by a porfect dolugo of rain, flooding parts of the city and suburbs. The schooner Annie arrived at Eden, with intelligence of the loss of the schooner Wol verine at Bird Island. Five hands wore drowmed.

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Latest English News. London, May 8. [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 17 May 1879

sCatrat ©nglteft tytm. London, May 8. The ! Bank of York (Messrs. Swann and Clough) has failed. The liabilities are very heavy. The London _ agents are Glynn, Mills, Currie, and Co., 67, Lombar&-sfreet. The Council of the South Kensington Museum have promised to lend works of art of great value to the Sydney and Melbourne International Exhibitions. Sir Frederick Lieighton, Jtresiueut, ana many members ot the Royal Academy, have promised collections of paintings. Yakoob .Khan has arrived at tho British camp, and announced his arrival* to Lord Lytton. The new Ameer expressed- to the Viceroy his strong desife for friendly relations between Afghanistan and the British Empire. London, May 8. In the House of Lords, the Under Secretary for War said the Government had received a telegram from Lord Chelinsford, asking for fur ther reinforcements. . London, May 9. Her Majesty the Queen is interesting herself in the Sydney International Exhibition, and has announced her intention of se...

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SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 17 May 1879

SYDNEY. Mr. John Bridge's Weekly Report : — Fat Cattle— At both sales this week prices showed no! improvement, and best pens went at 12a to 34s, and medium at 10s per lOOlbs. Fat Shoop wore also hard to sell — best 601b wethers 8s to 9s, and lighter weights m proportion. Wool — No sales were beld in Sydney this week, and consequently nothing to report, and the news of the opening of the London sales is not yet sufficiently definite to afford' a fair idea as to tho market ; but it is gratifying to know that prices have opened on a par with last sales, .and that- the attendance of buyers was»ood. Hides — best heavy, say, 561bs, or heavier, and care, fnlly flityud, are worth 3\d to 4A, according to condition ; lighter weights, and carelessly' flayed, sell at 2|d to 3$d, according to condition, extent of offal, -fcc. Horsehidos are worth 2s Cd to 7s, according to size and curing. Flour — This market remains very firm at — say, £10 10s for best parcels of New South Wales (net cash), and ...

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GRENFELL RECORD OFFICE. Friday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 17 May 1879

[?] Friday Evening. The threatened fall of heavy rain has proved a delusion. The SKy throughout the week has been obscured by masses of black clouds and passing showers have fallen, but the quantity of rain has been msignilicant. In, those days of falling markets there is some satisfaction in not having to report a further decline in values. Quotations for local produce have not altered since pur last report, and judging from the tone of other markets we are inclined to believe that prices have reached their minimum. In Sydney farm produce of every description is firm and there are indications of the return of better prices. There is no improvement in the prices of stock. Mr. Wangh reports:— Stock — Fat stock aro still a drug, prices receding every day, local showing much better rates than metropolitan. I have sold a small draft of fat bullocks at about 15s per cwt., for local consumption. Store Cattle are extremely harr1 to quit iH every class. I sold about 20 head mixed at about £...

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NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 17 May 1879

I JSOTIGE TO CORRmVONDENTH. HR letters intended for publication must ' be WMxompunied by the real name and address of HBe writer — not necessarily for publication, ?Hit for the information of the Editor. HE GRENFELL RECORD. H — ? ? IHI SATURDAY, MAY 17, 1879.

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TR[?]TE OF YOUNG [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 17 May 1879

[?] On tho 8th hist., in the Supreme Court, Sydnoy, before Mr. Justice Faucett, the, case John.-nn v. Robinson, was heard and disposed of. Mr. Darley, Q.C. , and Mr. Rogers, instructed by Mr. A. H. M'Culloch, jnn., appeared for the plaintiff ; Mr. M. H. Stephens, Q.C, and Mr. 0. B. Stephen, instructed by' tho Crown Solici tor, appeared for the defendant. Willian John ston and Samuel Robinson for damages for trespnssincr upon certain land at Young, and cutting and b.ipaking certain fences and erec tions upon the lands, and destroying dams, whereby the water contained therein oscapod, and was lost to tho plaintiff, who was thereby unnblo to carry on his business of a gold-miner and sluiceras profitably as ho' otherwise might have done. £2000 was claimed. The defend ant, pleaded (1) not trnilty by statute 37 Vic. No., 13 'tho Mining Act of 1874) ; and (2) the lnnd wns not the plaintiffs. It appoarod that the plaintiff was aland owner at Young, where he hnd been. a g 'Id minor for the l...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 17 May 1879

wmm ? ^JB[LE i' *'ie . present day seem to require H»|i and again reminding that this is not the HgHJiif miracles, but of means, and it may not ?Hg||ippropriate at this time of the year, when H§|||and other diseases are so rife, to say a few Rl|||| on Hie necessity there is for a reform in WjjSk matters relating to domestic sanitary HH The state of general health in our own KflHther districts, especially as regards the Hawr part of the community, is by no means IBttfctory, or what it should be. The preva HuB| of throat complaints in a town H|^H)ially heulthy is, to Bay the least, remark IWe have never seen anything liko it in fnglish towns, and it leads to the belie f fc more populated a place is, the healthier l-ule, becomes; The drainage and culti l)f the soil follow, and thus the atmo lis improved, it beingjja well recognised w trees and plants render inert poisonous Has of the air, and so add to the salu H the town or district! The climate of Hny is said to be favourable to heal...

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(To the Editor of the Grenfell Record.) [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 17 May 1879

(To the Editor of the Grenfell Record.) Sir, — As some timo must olapno before Grenfell can be incorporated, and as the number of mem bers composing the Progress Committee' has become miserably small, it is advisable that new blood lie infused into it by the election of six new members. ? Some are of opinion that it would be best for the inhabitants to choose an entirely new committee ; I scarcely soe why those who remain on tho committee, and who have given not only much time but also money, and havo done all that was possible under tho circumstances to promote the prosperity of the tqwn, should be expected to resign. Let th'se retain their seats, and strengthen their hands by the judicious selection of six men who have the wolfare of the t -wn at heart. Serving upon tho Progress Committee ' a ' few month*-, will 'train thorn for the more important and respon sible duties of aldormo'n. - - Yours faithfully, CIVIC. A very important decision, affuetinf* tho interests of bill of sale ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 17 May 1879

jTossSSffigtuoiniist delicious flavour for Fish, GiiiHc, Wild Fuw'.s, Cumos, Gravies, Cutlets, Sto:iks, Chops, and Kocst Meats. Patronised t.y his Exur.Li.EN'CYTiiBOovnRNoii and Lady Roisinson. PIIICE, ONE SHILLING. M'HE following extracts havo be.on selected. A from letters received to this date, and the manufacturer respectfully solicits tho pationago of tho general public of tho Australian colonies : FllOJI HIS EXOELliENUY THE GOVEUOH ADD Lady -Robinson :— '?' I am directed by his Ex- f colloncy the Governor and Lady Robinson to return you many 'thanks for your kind present of six bottles of tho Australian Relish ; and I am further directed to say that they consider it iiiO3fc excellent. They intend to use it regularly at Government House, and to reeomiueuu it to others.' Fmom T. S. Mokt, Esq. — ' 1 like your Aus tralian' Relish uiiiuh ; for whilst it is a gentle spur to tho appotito, it does not appear to have anything in it, likely to do harm' to tho stomach'.' Fiw.u a Well-kno...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 17 May 1879

?-ur years ;ago, and reckon the improved hv- d ill cany four times the stock, and keep Ilium ialthy. I differ from nios alxmt tlie young rub. U do not believu i is suckers coming 'Up,\ but the seeds of the trees that have bouu lyin|j on the ground for years, poi'haps, trod i'i and springing, owing to the close and absence of fires, fbv, as a rule, ' rung country is fenced nnd heavily stocked. 1 ring with every shilling' I have^o spare. With reference to shade trees, I should leave small chimps of young saplings (odd trees left hero and there die from, sym pathy), or leave a few aero* in difforent parts of the paddock. Don't ring the hills or sides' of the hillp. As soon as the trees are dead begin to plant good shade trees. I notice that mos quitoes are vi-ry scarce in any rung country ; that alone must benefit tin? cattle. Don't, stock your country much the tirst twelve months after ringing, but let the lire run tlm.ugh the long grass and burn up the leaves, &c. , and dead ...

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HINTS ON THE CARE OF HEALTH. [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 17 May 1879

HINTS. ON THE CARE OF HEALTH. II. Dikt. This should bo plain and wholesome, land of a mixed character. It 'should' also bo ^moderate as to quantity and regular, allowing [neither too long nor top short intervals botwo.'Mi (meals. 2. Exercise — Daily oxorcisc is neccs fcary to the enjoyment of good health, and if ?possible should be taken where the air is ftviort, Kind free from sinoko and o'hpr impnritios. Hflio beat forms of exorcise nro. w:\lkinjj, riding', ??owing, &c. When ont-door exercise is im ?ir.ictica'ile, the dumb belli.', single stick, and Milliard!) may be advantageously- substituted. B Pure air — The thorough ventilation of the Hxn^e or rooms we live in is another essential n hoalthj and must on no account be neglected. Bjothintr is more con-!nc4vo to sickness as hot HSidstufTv rooms ; and this remark is especially Hiplicabla to the bodrnom, which should be of HRffieipnt siz--, permitting- a free current of pure Hr to pass thr' ugh it during the hours when it H...

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Original Correpondence. [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 17 May 1879

©rhjiiutt ®aiTe0iw«Uiw, ?We wish- it to be distinctly understood that vie do not in any way identify ourselnei wi'Ji the opinion* expressed by our correspondents.

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USE OF C [?]RBOLISED OIL IN LAMBING. [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 17 May 1879

USE OF C VRBOLISED OIL IN LIMB ING. ' Tht: f llowi\-r, a ri dressed to th'1 Editor, appears in the JWinmV/i. Mercury of March 25th : — Sir,- S'ncn my last letter, I have received many enquiries as to the carbolisod oil, which I regret, for want of- time, being unable to answer, end T hope you mav be induced to print the. matter I send horowit.h, which will assist thosp.pc'sons who ask for some information as to the strength . of the mixture and directions for it« use. I have provorl that from its Pxtra purity and roady solnlu'lify, Gal vert No. 4car bci:c acid may be fully rolipd upon, and I, therefore, recommend it in preference to anv other that I have u=ed. To one part of acid add seven parts of Gallipoli oil. Groat care should be taken to have the acid and oil well and pronerly mixed, and also that it be thoroughly shaken before pouring from the bottle, for use. It is advisable to nse some nf the mixture, when there has-been a caso of diffi cult or bad lambing to tho exterior of...

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