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POST-OFFICE TIME-TABLE. ARRIVAL AND DISPATCH OF MAILS ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 22 August 1868

POST-OFFICE TIME-TABLE. ARRIVAL AND DISPATCH OF MAILS Abbitals. From Sydney.— Wednesday, and Fridoy, at 7-30 p.m. From Forbes and Sydney.— 'Monday and Thursday at 0 a.m. From Young and Sydney. — Tuesday and Friday at 0 a.tc. To Sydney, via Cowra. — Thursday, and Sun* To Forces.— Tuesday and Friday at 0 a.m, To Young.— Monday and Thursday, at 0 N.B. — OIIIco lioura from 0 a.m. to 6 p.m j and from 2 to G p.m. On Sundays, from 10 a.m. till 11 o.tn. Monoy Orders issued from 0 a.m. to G p.m Sundays oxcepted. | Each mail closes half-an-hour beforo tho i advertised time of despatch— except that of | Sydney, which closca at 10 o'clock tho ui^lit

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LATE TELEGRAM. SYDNEY. Friday, 6 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 22 August 1868

LATE TELE6KAM. OBEVlttE'8 IV-LraUiXI COUfAKr.] SYDNEY. Friday, 0 p.m, Tho qnesllon as to tho dismissal of Mr Dun. can, of tbo Customs, by tbo Government, is yet undecided. Mr Mellaril Ilillii icand'uUto for Canter bury. . Thero havo been extensive sales of Call fornian flour, ot £17 cash. Nell iniolrent-Willlnm Duller, Forliei. MrFulrr.xliaicnmJnciieetl nit noliodngolnd Mr rrmU'rii'k I.e.-, fjr Ms jiUrardl Iho olituury uoli« t'' 1 U«r»W ou tta late Dr. Bland. It is stated Mr Leo has dis* daimcd any Imputation oa tho private charac ter of Mr Fairfax. The legal proceedings of the Government against the ' Freeman* Journal' are being con tinued.

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 — 22 August 1868

LliTi'lilt LlSlC The following is ulist of uuctaimed letters now lying ut tho Greufcll Post-olHeo Buttcrdeld John; l)jvcy Thomas, IMerion Jamos, Kgletou James. 1'lynti Michael Greek Geo. Collins. Hu'ldlestono U. Jones Isaac. Mtrtin Wm., Murphy Timothy. O'llri-n 11. Publ Charles; Samuels Charles, Tliiess^n 0. If, JfcOrdtli James. John Qcoih.iko, Postmaster;

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 19. (Before the Police Magistrate.) ACCESSORY. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 22 August 1868

Wednesday Acqcit 19. I (Beforo the Polico Magistrate.) I Denny Sullivan was chargcd witli bring an accessory with John M'Csrtby, in obtaining £i 19i. from Maria Hird, by mcansofa value lenchcqae. Tbe cridenee of Mrs Hird was similar to tbat given by her In tho cute against M'Car thy, reported abovo. In answer to questions by tbe prisoner, the witness said sbo could not swear ho made tbo statements with regard to M'Curtbjr's circum stances oa of his own knowledge, or whether ho ssld that M'Csrtby had told him. Discharged.

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SCHOOL OF ARTS.—COMMITTEE MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 22 August 1868

KOUOOIi OF ARTS.— COMMITTEE MEETING. On Monday evening last a meeting or the CoromUlt* of tho School of Arts «o* held. Present - Mr Baker, In tho chair, and Messrs | fltyers,Kagur, Whelan, and Riley. | It was stated that tbo advanco could not bo obtained to purchase tho building, and a re quest was sent to Mr Moses to kuow if be Wuuld bo good enough to attend, so that the Committee' could leiarn his viows u to tho pos sibih'ty of obtaining tbo building. .Mr Moses subsequently met tho Committee, aud stated his desire to further tho interests of the institution as far as lay in his power. Ifo would, on bohalfof his brother, let tho Committee hare tho uiooftho building for say two months, at a nominal rent of 10s. por week, reserving to hiuuelf iho right to eoll during the time, but giving tho Committee the first olTer. The Committee accepted the term*. Tbe secretary was instructed to wrilo to a firm in Sydney for tbo supply of tbe nccessary newspaptrt and periodicals. It was resolved ...

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MINING REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 22 August 1868

MINING REPORT. - I The stone raised iu this district continues to produce an averago yield, greatly in excess of that of any other reeling district of conse quence cither in this colony or Victoria ; and it is very rarely indeed that a crushing takes ulace which is not amply nsvallo. even to tbe employers of labor. Alt the machines aro ?till constantly ut work, many of tbein having orders on hand for several mouths tj coinn Tlio * United Miners' uuchino, which has becu fairly at work far several days past, has given us au additional crushing power of about 120 tons per week, and another throe or four weeks will witncis tbo re starting of tho ' Vic* torio/ at tbe head of the One-mile, and of Mr Campbell's third machine. The possible exhaustion of tho supply of water is a source of considerable uarasincts, tbo Company's dam only now containing suf ficient to keep tho four machines depending | on it going for two or three weeks uioro ut , furtboit, whtlo rcnny of tho oilier dams are ! ...

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
COWRA. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 22 August 1868

? COWRA. [FBOU ocn OWN COdBBSrONDBNT.] It is now a protty well established fact that both the lead and reefs at Wood's Flat aro sot payable. As soon as tho result of the first two crushingswas made known, a general oxodus took place, and placos of business* aro being pulled down as rapidly as they wereput up a few weeks ago. It fs said (hot thoso who had shares in thoreofs entered into an agreement with the proprietors of the crushing-machine to supply fifty tons of quartz per week, for twelve months, from tbe com mencement of crushing, and to pay£l per ton. The failure of these diggings is a serious matter to numbers of our townsmen, as many of them made away with more or less of their property in order to try their luck at tbo dig gings. August 17, 1868.

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
(TO THE EDITOR OF THE MINING RECORD) [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 22 August 1868

(to TUB BDITOB OP TOB MINING BECOBD) Sib,— I hope you will allow me spaco in your valuable journal to contradict a state ment mado by tho Cowra correspondent of the Caraur Hereld of the 1st instant, where be states that my killing*yard is within a stone's throw of the Public School. I would liko to i know where ho learned to throw stones so 1 well. Ho also states that tho cattlo to be slaughtered are driven through tbe town. I j con tell him that that is not true, for my cat* I tie ate running in a paddock within half a mile of tbe yard, and still both on one and tbo same sido of tbo town. I think I have a littlo more command over tho Mttlo than the man I believe to be the Cowra correspondent bad over (he horso when he was driving some time ago through tho main street here. This correspondent stated that ho saw a bullet in its passage that came from ono of tbo slaugh ter.yarils, and very nearly shot a highly respcctablo lady. This man must be rather quick*sigtited. Ho alio states th...

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TUESDAY, AUGUST 18. (Before the Police Magistrate.) ILLEGALLY DETAINING A HOUSE. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 22 August 1868

Tuesday, August 18. (Beforo tho Police Magistrate.) i illeoally detaining a SOUSE. narris v Dean. Adjourned for a week for the nttcndanco of defendant's witnesses. Michael Ward was charged with having, on tbo 17th instant, assaulted and beaten Frederick Forbrother. Mr. Ryall for defendant, who pleaded guilty. Complainant deposed that on tbe previous morning defendant carno to him when be was at work at the ' United Miners Crushing .Ma* chine,' with an occonnb, which ho (complain* * ant) refused to pay, as it was more than ho owed, but at the same time tolri'drfrndant that if he presented a proper hill ho ehould bo paid. On this defendant commenced to abuse him, calling him a b ? y rogue, a b y swindler, and challenging him to tight Complainant continucdjst his work, merely telling defendant to 'go about his business, ' or to ' fetch a correct bill ond h« would pay it') and was kneeling on ono ofthe tables of the machine, fixing a ripple, when the defen dant advanced upon him and kic...

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LOCAL NEWS. GRENFELL POLICE COURT. MONDAY, AUGUST 16. (Before the Police Magistrate) VAGRANCY. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 22 August 1868

LOCAL NEWS. GRENFELL POLICE COURT. Monday, Auocar 10. . (Beforo the Police Magistrate ) TAOBANOr. James Ryon, a cripple, was chargcd with having no visible means of support, and no place of above. Sentence— three months imprisonment wilb hard labour in Bathurst gaol. Edward White, on remand from Forbes, was brought up in custody, on tho Information of Sub-Inspector Sanderson, wherein he was charged with ' contriving and iuionding to commit a breach of tho peaco, by fighting with and against ono John Robson, against tbe peaco of our Lady the Queen.' Mr Whelan for prisoner. ?*. Constable Williams deposed to having re* ceived tho prisoner into custody on Saturday last from Sub-Inspector Roberts, of the Forbes police, on remand from the Forbes Bench, to be dealt with by tbe Bench of Magistrates at Grenfell. Sub*Iuspector Sanderson deposed that from i information received ho had reason to believe j the prisoner was intending tocommitn breach of the praco in the manner statod in tho itu f...

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FRIDAY, AUGUST 14. (Before the Police Magistrate.) A JUMPING CARE. David Bevan v Mark Lambert. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 22 August 1868

Friday, August 14. . . (Before the Police Magistrate.)   David Bevan t Mark Lambert.   Defendant jumped a share owned by com- plainant in No. 1 north Surprise reef, on Monday, the 17th instant, the share not hav- ing been represented from the 13th to the 17th. He had posted a notice on the claim, but had neither given notice to complainant nor bad be posted a notice at the office of the Registrar. The Bench held that the share remained the property of David Bevan, and that the defendant was in illegal occupation, through not having complied with the regulations,

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 29 August 1868

Omr.iN op tub FusKcn Pitns.— In the year 1CJI there lired in Paris a doctor named Thoupbraale Benandot. This man, an inti inato friend of the famous genealogist, D'llozier, was often allowed by tho Intler to take copies of letters received by him from diflvrent cities in Europ*. As tbe genealo* gists correspondence . was not only cxteniirc but varied, it occurred 'to Benandot that what gave so touch pleasure to himself might also interest his patients . and whether it wm that bis faith iu pills aud potions was meagre, or that he fancied pbysio would operate better whoa combined with light doses of literature, tradition reports that tho worthy dootor usually pavod the way to a prescription with one of his friend D'iTozier's letters. Tbe system worked well, it seems, for Benandot, enchanted, began to dream of putting tbo famous letters witbin reach of others betides the sick, by baring thorn printed. Ho was well known to the terrible nnd powerful Cardinal Richelieu, who had already ap...

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE "IRISH CHURCH"—DISGRACEFUL PROCEEDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 29 August 1868

THE 'IRISH OUURCH'— DISGRACE- FUL PROCEEDINGS. On Friday night, May 1, there was a public mooting at Leek, to consider Mr Gladstone's resolutions on tbe Irish Church question, ot whioh thoro were some disgraceful prdcecdings. Tho meeting, which was held in a largo publio, room, was addressed by sereral local gentle men, and Mr Mark Pricc, of Manchester. A resolution having been placed beforo tho meet* ing expressing approval of Mr Gladstone's resolutions to dis-csloblish tho Irish Church, I an amendment was proposed by theBer. G ! E. Deacon, vicar of Leek, to the effect ' that j this meeting considered it both unwise and j unjust for Parliament to legislato on tho Irish 1 Cljjirch until the royal commission had pre- ! sented its report, more especially as the pro- ! «r„sr» nn,i » I The meeting was from the commonecment a \ scene of indescribable excitement and noise, i Tho supporters of each party mustered strongly - and it was noticcablo that many of the com* ! pany were armed with...

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 — 29 August 1868

'NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. I Ail letters intended for publication must be accompanied by tho real name and address of. tho writer— not necessarily for publica tion, but forthe information of the editor. THE MINING RECOUP. SATURDAY, AUOtWT 29, 18C9.

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LORD BROUGHAM'S FUNERAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 29 August 1868

LORD BROUGHAM'S FUNERAL. Lord Brougham was buried on Saturday weok, at Cannes, and tbo following account of tho ceremony is taken from the Dally Tele* graph In the western part of Cannes, not far from LordBrougbame' own chateau, stands A little' English church surrounded by gardens, and commanding a noble outlook over land , nnd sea ; and from tbe timo wlion it was built j down to the winter before last be had almost ! alwavs taken his seat, Sunday after Sunder i among the worshippers, himself as fervent as any in bis supplications. Hence, it was but fitting thattho Order for the Burial of the Dead should hero bo read orer his corpse. Whether his body is to remain in tho crypt of Christ Church at Cannes, or whether— a» wo Englishmen obroid beliero— Englishmen at homo will claim it for Westminstor Abbey, may still bo uncertain j but it was at any rato the duty of his countrymen, in a foreign land, to render bim the funeral rites of their church. Nor cauld those offices havo been perf...

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NEW INDUSTRIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 29 August 1868

SEW INDUSTRIES, Mt'Cn is I'eirg said about fosferlrg new in. dustrlei in tho country. We hear on oil side* that torn* new occupation is wanted tor the people. The internal trado it not euflleientjy exteniire for the capital and enterprise 'hot are awaiting favourable opportunity. The eountrr is taken up on alt sides for gracing purposes, unless it be nt enormous distances from the present centre of population. The markets are tolerably stocked fur agricultural produce; and, until there is a great extension of the railways, there is little opening for fresh settlement in farming. Population is increasing, and tho youth of tho country are growing to be men; nnd the question is asked by thinking persons as to what is to be done? , , .. By somo H i» f*id that the panacea for the growing evil is Protection, or, in other won**, that manufactures should bo forced into exis tence by the means of keeping up the prires of manufactured goods by duties on imported nrticlcs. Others, again, 'V {,...

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE SILKWORM. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 29 August 1868

THE SILKWORM. One of the minor industries making least progress amongst us is the planting of mulber ries and other trees on which silkworms can 1 feed. By this time wo ought to ho ablo to speak of the growth of tho silk, but, although ' it is eorcrul years since tho first hank reeled oH' in Victoria was nublielr shown, not one halo hn« been exported yet. In truth, very few persons hare taken tho first step towards tho establishment of this industry, and that inuit bo by planting Iho trees. We suppose tbo cause of this hesitation is that the colonial mind cannot endure tho tlisught of baring to wait threo or four years for a return ; but tho same objection held good with regard to Tine planting an industry progressing moro rapidly than tho first named, apparently uecauto I thero are moro persons amongst us acquainted | .practically with it than with silk growing, i But under farorablo circumstances the latter is by far the more, profltablo of the two, and I it has tho advantage of I...

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 VIA PANAMA. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 29 August 1868

ARRIVAL or tiii ENGLISH MAIL VIA PANAMA. The steamer Knikoura arrived at Sydney on Monday Inst, at 3 a.m., bringing the English mail. The lit*std^tes are— London, July 8th, and New York, July 9lh. It will be Uiuj setm that tho mail via 8ucz, which oroug'ii news irom *n*iana i o uu«y io, nas furnished us with tho latest information. Wo give below extracts from pspors to hand that may bo interesting to our readers. General Sir Robert Napier arrived in Lon don on tbe 2nd instant. His reeeption was very enthusiastic. Both Houses of Parlia ment tondered him a vote of thanks unani mously, and the Common Council of the city of London, on the 2ad instant, presented him with a sword of tho value of 300 guineas and tbo freodom of tho city. General Napier was at Windior Castle on tho 3rd, the guest of Queen Victoria. John Bright, M.P., has arrived in Ireland on n'visit to tho distincutshed philanthropist, George Peabo'Jy. Mr Bright, on reaching Limerick, was received in a most enthusiastic man...

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PULLING HARD AGAINST THE STREAM. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 29 August 1868

PULLING HARD AGAINST T1IK STREAM, Id tho world Pro pained mj knowledge, ' And for it 1'vo had lo pay, Though I nerer went to college, Yet Preheard that poets ta j, ' Life i» liko a might; riter, Rolling on from day to day ; Ifunaro vessels launched upon it, Sometimes wreck'd and cut away.' Do then your best for one another, Making life a plessant dream, Help a worn and weary brother Pulling bard against tbe stream, ? - Many a bright, good-hearted fellow, Many a noble-hearted man, Finds himsolf in shallow water, Then assist him ifyou can. Soino succeed at every turning, fortune favors ereiy scheme 5 Others, too, though moro deserting, Hare to poll against the stream. Do then your best, Ac., . i Tftlic wind is in your faror, And you're woathered every squall, Think o'f those whose luckless labour Never cot fair winds at all ; Working bord, contented, willing, Struggling thro' life's ocean wide, Not a friona, and not a shilling, Pulling hard against the tide. Do then your best, &am...

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
EPITOME OF NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 29 August 1868

EPITOME OF NEWS. Tub dBBAT ' Coont' SWI5DLB.— In my last I mentioned that a distinguished foteigner had, a la Miranda, been 'dving' the tuft hun ters of Sydney to n lidy tune. Tbe known liabilities are £5000 ; but 1 happen to know £10,000 is nerfrer tbo mark. Muny were patronised by the gallant count, nnd in return for his attentions, wero obliging enough to 'do bits ofatitT' for him; (hey now conceal tbo facts, fearful of being 1 chilled.* Tho fel low existed hero under the title of Count von Attorn— a distinguished Austrian nobtrman, but since the nrriral of tho mail steamer, it bus been discovered that l-o was only n valet or footman to the real Count. WLilo in Sydney bo was- lionised to the fullest extent, His re puted wealth and boundless generosity made him the 'furoro'; and a month since heavy indeed would be the maledictions levelled at the unfortunate, who would have had the temerity to hint in (he mildest possiblo shnpo —that (ho pseu lo Von Attoin was n swiuJIer. From one...

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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