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MARSDENS. (From our Correspondent.) (This communication did not reach us until Saturday, consequently too late for last issue.) [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 7 June 1879

MARSDENS. (From our Correspondent.) (This communication did not rench us until Saturday, consequently too late for last issue.1) The race meeting convened by the Marsdens Turf Club came off upon the 24th ultimo (her Majesty's Birthday). The weather was prop' tious, and the attendance as good as could be expected. The conduct of all upon the course was exemplary, not one contretemps having cropped up to mar the pleasure of the meeting, or to disturb amicable relations between the several attendants. Mr. John Young satisfac torily catered for all, whether they wanted their appetites or drinketites satisfied. Tho several decisions of the judge (Mr. Burge), and the arrangements of the stewards, gave general satisfaction. The following is a resumS of the day's sport . Maiden Plato — Mr. P. Molloy's Tal Tul ,. ? 1 G. Frost's Clare ? ... 2 Marsdens Handicap — Mr. G. Frost's Clare ? 1 E. Lloyd's Spark ? .'. 2 Selectors' Purse — Mr. OaVes' Maria ... ... ... 1 Strickland's Blazes ...... 2 Pub...

Publication Title: Grenfell Record And Lachlan District Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GRENFELL RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 7 June 1879

GRENFELL RACES. These races, which were advertised to come off on Friday, were postponed on account of the unfavourable state of the weather. Rain set in early in the week, and kept on without inter mission until noon on Friday, which made the course so heavy, that it was deemed advisable' to put the races off until the following day. Saturday came in fine, and throughout the day the wpather was as beautiful as could be desired. No notice having been given, it ? was found impossible to close tho stores and other places of business; the attendance, conse quently, was not so large as it would have been upon the advertised day. Those who managed to be present, thoroughly enjoyed themselves, and the races passed off very suc cessfully. Good fields faced the starter for each event, and the racing was excellent. An accident occurred which might have been seri ous ; Regan, the rider of Torpedo, in the Hurdle Race, fell at the jump opposite the stand, through a dog running under tho hurdle ...

Publication Title: Grenfell Record And Lachlan District Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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GRENFELL DISTRICT COURT. [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 7 June 1879

GRENFELL DISTRICT COURT. The following are the cases set down for hear ina, at the District C,-urt, to be holden on the 10th June :— Charles Muller v Henry Boxhall. — Goods sold, £15 lls Id. W. W. Amor v D. J. Newton — Balance of account, £5 10s 6d. John Willis v. Win. Gillett. — Promissory- note, £20. E. Gravenmaker v W. Purss. — Trover and detinue, £25. J. Dwyer v A. M'Gill.— Agistment, £27. - F. Killer v T. Fitzpatrick. — Money lent, £12 5s lOd.

Publication Title: Grenfell Record And Lachlan District Advertiser, The
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OBSERVATIONS BY A STRANGER. (To the Editor of the Grenfell Record.) [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 7 June 1879

OBSERVATIONS BY A STRANGER. (To the Editor of the Grenfell Record.) Mr. Editor, — Will you allow me, through your columns, to call the attention of tho autho rities, whoever they may be, to the dangerous state of the makeshift culvert near Messrs. Hill and Halls' stores. Unless it be speedily mended, vou will have to renort either an incmest or an accident. Another thing I noticed was, the accumulation of filth in the main and other streets, which is not only a disgrace to the in habitants, but prejudicial to their health. It also indicates a carelessness which is by no means creditable. Yours faithfully, A TRAVELLER.

Publication Title: Grenfell Record And Lachlan District Advertiser, The
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PUBLIC SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 7 June 1879

PUBLIC SCHOOL. The usual monthly meeting of the Grenfell School Board was held at Davoren's Prince of Wales' Hotel, at 8 p.m. on Monday, the 2nd June. Present : — Messrs. Fleming (chair), Sippel, Olson, and Campbell. Me. Murray, Inspector of Public Schools, was also present. The minutes of the previous monthly meet ing, and a special meeting held on the 29th nit. , at the Prince of Wales' Hotel, were read and confirmed. . A number of letters received from the Coun cil of Education were read, in reply to matters dealt with by the Board since the 5th February last, among which was one approving Mr. J. D. Campbell's appointment as Honorary Secretary, in the room of Mr. J. L. Wangh, resigned, and also one informing the Board that Mr. Charles Cunninghame had been removed from his position as a member of the Grenfell Public School Board, owing to his having left the dis trict. It was resolved, on the motion of Mr. Camp bell, seconded by Mr. Fleming, that one mem ber of the Board should be...

Publication Title: Grenfell Record And Lachlan District Advertiser, The
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A NEW METHOD OF EXTRACTING GOLD FROM QUARTZ BY SMELTING. [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 7 June 1879

A NEW METHOD OP EXTRACTING GOLD FROM QUARTZ BY SMELTING. ONE of the problems which has so long exer cised the minds of scientific men and those more particularly interested in gold-mining, seem to have been satisfactorily solved during the last few days, in no less obscure a place than an out house at the roar of the Railway Hotel, John street, Singleton. Unsatisfactory as the process .. of crushing auriferous quartz by means of h'«.?avy batteries of stampers, known as crushing machines ---r mills, has long teen regarded, no better'n-aethod- of extracting the precious metal was available. Attempts have from time to time been i/nade to smelt quartz, af rer the man ner of copfper ore and iron stone, but failure has genera|lly been the result. For the past few weeks Experiments have been going on in the place afbovementioned with a view to prove that quartjz can not only he smelted, but that it can be simelted without the use of a blow-pipe and in smch an inexpensive way as to render t...

Publication Title: Grenfell Record And Lachlan District Advertiser, The
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QUARTER SESSIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 7 June 1879

QUARTER SESSIONS. The Grenfell Court of Quarter Sessions will be opened on Monday next, when all persons under recognizances to appear, as prosecutors, witnesses, or defendants, must be in attendance at 10 o'clock. The following are the cases : — Joseph Bottom — Larceny. Mathew Macnamara — Larceny. Charles Matthews — Horse-stealing.

Publication Title: Grenfell Record And Lachlan District Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 14 June 1879

?'Watchnmker and Jeweller, AND IMPOPTER OF -CIIRST-CLASS English Patent Lever and A Gemva Watches, Clocks, and Jewellery, by tho most excollent makers. Bought for cash and selected by Mr. Hermann Schmidt in the English^ French, and German markets. J. SCHMIDT, being himself an Importer, £ J a PK}1tlca ?vo* V'B ™», ^ now enabled to the^cZnT5* b°l0W the U8'a! CharSe3in Every description of Watches, Clocks, and Jewellery made and repaired with despatch and at very lowest prices. ! ' Largest and finest stock Watches, Clocks, and Jewellery ,n any of the country towns ' Established at Young, 18G1. ? ' TT0R TaE BL00D -fS THE LIFE.' j CLARICE'S WORLD FAMED BLUOD MIXTURE. Trade Mark—' Blood Mixture ' THE GREAT ^BLOOD PURIFIER AND imnnr;HeanSing ^ cItJilring *he blood from al impuuties, cannot be too highly recommended. Snf ? W? a-, Sc'rv^' Ski» Diseases, and bores or nil kimla ;-? ;„ „ ? t.-i. ', manent cure. ' '-vex-^u.ng ana per It cures Old Sores Cures Ulcerated Sores on the Neck Cures Ulc...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 14 June 1879

aij..uiiiuainuauic ue disturbed. ^^^^ ' But I'se tired of the kitty, Want some ozzor Bug to do. Writing letters, is 'ou, mamma ? Tun't I write a letter, too j' Not now, my darling, mamma's busy ? Knn and play with kitty now.' ' No, no, mamma, mo wite loiter, Tan, if you will show me how.' ? I would paint my darling's portrait As his sweet, eyes searched my face— Hair of geld, and eyes of azure, Form of childish, witching grace. But the eager face was clouded, ? As I slowly shook my head, Till I said, ?' I'll mnko a letter Of you, darling boy, instead.' So I parted back tho tresses From his forehead high and white, And a stamp in sport I pasted 'Mid its waves of golden light. Then I said, ' Now, little letter, Go away and bear good news.' And I smiled as down the staircase Clattered loud the little shoos. ?uu«.wu£ me, uiio uNrjiiig nurried Down to Bridgot in his giee. 'Mamma's writing lots of letters ; I'se a letter, Bridgct-^-see !'. No one heard the littlo prattler, As, once more, ...

Publication Title: Grenfell Record And Lachlan District Advertiser, The
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CATHOLIC. [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 14 June 1879

CATHOLIC Mass will be celebrated at — Grenfell— Sunday, June; 15th ; Mass at, 11 a. in. Goolagdng — Sunday, June 22nd „ Grenfell— Sunday, Juno 29th ,,, Grenfoll — Sunday, July (ith „ Wombat — Sunday, July Cth ,, , Goolagong— Sunday, July 33th ? ,, Easter Stations. Kikiamah (Mr. P. Walsh's)— Monday, Juno ' Kith Arramagong (Messrs. Daly Bros.)— Tuesday, June 17 th Moppity (Mr. Thomas Mayoh's— Tuesday, Juno 17th Went worth Gully (Mr.' John No whin's)— Wed nesday, June 18th Back Creek, near Young (Mr. Webb's)— Wed- nesday, June 18th Little Wi.mbat (Mr. Comerford's Hotel)— Thursday, June 19th Tinpot (Mrs. Hadcroft's)— Friday, June 20th Bandon (Mr. NewelPs)— Saturday, June 21st Murrig.uiuwry Falls (Mr. John Grant's, jun.)— Monday, June 23rd Merriganowry (Mr. Hennessey's)— Tuesday, June 24th. Wallotidbeen (Mr. J. Dacey's)— Tuesday, June . 24th Back Creek, Cowra (Mr. E. Murphy's)— Wed- nesday, June 25th. Black Springs (Mr. Mulcahy's)— Wednesday, June 25th Morangorell (Mr. M. J. Dacoy's)— Th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 14 June 1879

lavounte with every class and calling among us and may be regarded henceforward as a staple article. r Holloway's PiMS.-I11digoBtion.-In all cases of indigestion, producing weariness, low spirits, palpitation and fevorishnoss, these famous Pills should be resorted to as the gon t lest and surest corrective of the stomach, and the best antidote to its ailment. These Pills dispel the cause of dyspepsia ; everyone afllcted with it may rejoice at the safe and satisfactory results which can be secured at so small a charge as the purchase of a box of Holloway's Pills llioy purity, strengthen, and remedy imperfect developement of growth and health in young persons. Thousands of sufferers, who casually commenced a course of Holloway.'s Pills, have admired their restorativo power over them selves and afterwards recommended them with a fixed conhdence, which has never been be

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Colonial News. [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 14 June 1879

(E-tftottiitf &tw. , The to:.f.: i-.n=uber of letters passed at the ISiftrey' oliice, i^.1878, was 17,013,700 ; news papery- ^v,^ .?!pOJ parcels, 439,000; and postal cards, 12.'j,720. The Crown will not file a bill against Francks, [the proprki,.,r of the Totalisator. iuort's freezing tseet Works are again going on ; they are in full operation. Tub French communist gave the Brisbane officials an exhibition of wonderful skill in gaol-breaking, and released himself in half an Lour. [ A syAKE was killed on Mount Murchison run pi«t week measuring 10ft Cin., and weighing EOlbs. [ The Wcllineton iraol 13 reDorted t,n hn rlii. ?racefnlly overcrowded. I An old woman named Catherine Ellis, aged leventy, fell into the fire at her residence near Merriwa, and remained there three hours he lore her position was discovered, so that she leas literally roasted alive. I The premises in George-street lately occu pied by Messrs J. Isaacs and Co. have been lurchased by a Melbourne firm. I The s...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 14 June 1879

NOTICE TO OOlilHtePONDENTS. \All letters intended for publication must be accompanied bij the real name and address of the writer — not necessarily for publication, but for the infunnat'wn of the Eilitw. THE GRENFELL RECORD. SATURDAY, JUNE 14, 1879.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 14 June 1879

News iias been received in Lon.lou to tlie effect that, f-.irriblo floods have octuinvd in Russia and Italy. ? Whole districts aro muiuUtud, uud several popithuis towns destroyed. Tlio loss of life is very gr-jat, .and the suffering in the il -uded A vast strut u w just reported from America, exceeding i'.nyjjjude dispute that has yet oc curred iu thJMited States. Pittsliurg is again the scene^BHie disturbance. 30,000 iron workers luiffiWRuck, and a repetition of rioting, bloodshed, and incendiarism is feared. ? Lord Augustus 'Loft us starts for Nijw South Wales, via San Francisco,' on the 19th instant. Sir Julius Vogcl, Agent-General for Now Zealand, contests Falmouth in the Tory interests at next election. At the wool sales to-day 7000 bales were offered, and a firm and active demand again prevails. Peace is restored between Germany and the Pope. London, June 6. ^;. The United States Governmennieut have re solved to be well represented at the Sydney In ternational Exhibition, and ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 14 June 1879

The Commissioners of the International Exhibition have expressed great surprise at the little interest taken l-y country residents in I their expensive adventure. At a late meeting, I they referred in strong terms to the inactivity prevailing, and the general indifference shown (throughout the country districts respecting the llatter being duly represented in Sydnuy. The ?country districts are further charged with hav ling 'no proper idea as to the great advantage ?offered by means of the Exhibition.' This is a I matter of opinion, and shows that the Coinmis Isioner3are not aware that the prospect, from a I country stand-point, is 'decidedly contrary to [that of Sydney. If the Commissioners -will I take the trouble to refer to the files of provin I cial journals, published 'about tho time the I Agricultural Society took the precipitate . and I presumptuous action of deciding, without con I suiting anyone outside its circle, that an Exhi I bition should be held, and if they will espe...

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WEDNESDAY. Before R. M. Vaughn and G. G. Brodie, Esqa., Js.P. [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 14 June 1879

Wednesday. Before It. M. 'Vaughn and G. G. Brodio, Esqs., Js.P. John Crnok, carrier, of ? Melyra Springs, appcarod upon warrant to answer a charge of violently and maliciously threatening his wife, Catherine Crook, by saying, ' I'll run the knifo into you.' Cathonno Crook deposed : Tho information read was true ; on Monday, defendant knocked nor on tho logs and side, and swore that he would never let her come into the house again ; on tho day previous, defendant ill-used hor by throwing a' Rtick at hor, and hitting the back of her legs, by which sho was much injured ; dofondant also said, ' You ? , if you don't cloar out, I'll run you tlirotisli with a knifo ;' owing to defendant's throats, she was afiaid' ho would do her spine bodily injury, especially whon ho was in liquor. By defendant : Did' not call him an old ? ; had once said in a joke that she had poisoned tlm gruel ; had marks to show how she had been kicked and bitten ; dofendant also threatened to stab hor. For the dofonc...

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LONDON. Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 14 June 1879

LONDON. Wednesday. The Prince of Orange is dead. Russia has presented Bulgaria with a fleet of steamers. The golden wedding of the Eihperor of Ger many was celebrated with great festivities. Colonel JJiddulph has been appointed Governor of Cyprus. The Telegraph Conference is now sitting ; N«w South Wales is not represented. The Wool Market is firm, and an active de mand continues. The common hangman has gone to Bathurst before the time fixed for the execution of the two youths, as it is feared th t if left till near the time, molestation might be expected. The bootmakers in Adelaide are on strike William Atkins died from injuries received in the Adelaide football match, played last Saturday. There are several rather severe cases of diphtheria in the Carcoar district. The five thousand pouud thieves have been again remanded. A number of selectors have been flood ed out of their holdings in Queensland during the .last few days. ';.' . The Condemned Criminals. — The case of ^ ' the two...

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GRENFELL DISTRICT COURT. TUESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 14 June 1879

GRENFELL DISTRICT COURT. Tuesday. Before his Honor Mr. District Judge Forbes. His Honor took his seat upon tho Bench at 10 oclock a.m. The only barrister present was Mr. Docker, and solicitor, Mr. Crommelin. John Willis v. Win. Gillett.— Promissory not^, £20. No parties. J. ' Dwyer v. A. M'Gill.— Agi.stme.nt, £27. Postponed. E. Gravenmaker v W. Purss. —Trover and detinue, £25. ' Mr. Docker, instructed by Mr. Crommelin, appeared for plaintiff. ? ? His Honor said ho had receiveda letter from Mr. Purss, enclosing a medical ctrtilicate, ask ing that the hearing of the case might be post poned until next sitting, upon the' ground that defendant was too unwell to attend. Mr. Docker objected to the application, ho being prepared to prove that defendant was well i-nouyh to go to a public-house late last evening, ? and also that morning. His Honor said if such were the case, dofond ant must appear, and to save time, would take the next caso upon the list,' in order to give Mr. Purss time to ...

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By Electric Telegraph. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 14 June 1879

gy ffltttnt Stfcflvflpft. - (PRESS TELEGRAM ASSOCIATION.) '» i.rni ''' -no- SYDNEY. '™ ' Friday. , f ( iiaspmlily yesternight, petitions were preb^-.ted from the citizens, urging the intro duction of a retrospective bill, abolishing the' death penalty for rape. The Additional Judges Bill has passed through committee. The House agreed to the Council's amend ments of the Patents Bill. In the Upper House, the Land Bill was read a first time, the second reading is fixed for Wednesday next.

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MAIL[?] DESPATCHED [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 14 June 1879

M.MI.V. iJKSl'ATOHKD 3.1 SvJut'v (vi.i doling), Victoria (overland), I and all intermediate, offices, on Sunday, I Monday, Tuusday, Wednesday, Thursday, 1 find Friday, at 10. HO a.m. |- all tlio Southern post-oflieos, daily. |/ Cowra, Carcoar, Bathurst, and Western | . district generally, Monday, Wednesday a and Friday at 5 a.m. fa Forbes, Park or, Condoblin, &c, every I Wednesday and Saturday, at 4 p.m. li Marsdens, Wollongough, Humbug' 'Creek, | j Ac. , every Sunday and Thursday', at 0 a.m. b Mi.rmgorell, Tomora, &c, uvery Saturday, I at 4 p.m. ? lo Goolagong, Warradtrry' Creek, &c. , every I Sunday, at C a.m. ? -.-?; l- Brundah Creek, Wednesday and Saturday, at4.30p;m.

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