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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 12 September 1868
THE 'MINING RECORD' IB published at the Ofilco, off George-street, Grenfell, early every Saturday morning. It Is tha only paper printed ia the important and ruing district of Emu Creek, has an ex* tensive and increasing circulation on the Emu .Creek Gold-Fields ; at Young, Forbes, Car* eoar, Cowra, the Bland, and other settled localities j amongst tho squatters and small settlers of tho Lochias and surrounding dis tricts j and throughout tbo colony generally. TERMS:— 80B3CQiPtt0K.— Six shillings per quarter payable ia advance j or, if postod, seven -, 'shillings _ond sixjjoneo. Subscribers.. will bo ~ '' ' 'received at 'onjrtfmo, and cbargcd from tbo period at whicb they commenco. Aotedtisiko. — Advertisements aro oharged for at tbo following rates : — For tho first inch (or less) of space, 4s. ; for each succeeding inch, 2s. A discount of 33 per, . cent allowed for tbo sccond insertion, and 60 per cent, on' tbo sccond and third if for tbreo insertions, A still further reduction whe...
RATES OF POSTAGE TOWN LETTERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 12 September 1868
BATES OF POSTAGE Tovjr Lbttbiis. Vol exceeding balf an ounco ? Id. Not cxeeodinc one ounce, but exceeding half an ounco ... ? ? ... 2d. For orery additional half-ounco, or leu Id Country Lbttuhs. For delivery in any part of tho colony at \Thioh the letters aro postod Not exeeading half an ounco... ... ... 2d. Sot ercoedidg one ounco, but exceeding half an ounce... ... ? .? 4d. For every additional half-ounce, or less 2d; IiXXTBW .TO AND VBOK TUB UtfXTBD EtVODOK. (Except in special cases.) Tia Southampton. Marseillei. i. d. s. d. ITot exceeding t ox. 0 0 0 10 I Exceeding i ox., but not exceeding 1 os. 10 18 Exoeediug 1 ox., but not exceeding 2 o*. ' 2' 0 3 4 Every additional ox., orfractionofanox. 10' 18 Lvrnas to Unman CotoKixa avb Fossian ConsTniBfl. *o_t exceeding i ox., Gd.j exceeding 1 or., but ' not exceeding 1 ox., Is. ; for every addl* I tional I- ox., or fraction of } ox., Gd. j exn I eept to tbo Mauritius, India, &e., and In I Siecial oases, for which sob monthly Po...
POST-OFFICE TIME-TABLE. ARRIVAL AND DISPATCH OF MAILS ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 12 September 1868
POST-OFFICE TIME-TABLE. ARRIVAL AND DISPATCH OF MAILS Abbivals. FromSydnoy.— Monday, at 0 a.m. j Wednes day ana Friday, at 2 p.m. From Forbes and Sydney.— Monday and Thursday at 0 rum. From Young and Sydney. — Tuesday and Friday at 0 a.m. * DEPAHTrrnns. To Sydney, Tia Cowra.—' Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday, at 10 a.m. day, at 4 a.m. To Forbes. — Tuesday and Friday at 0 a.m. To Young. — Monday And Thursday, at 9 N.B.— Office hours from 9 a.m. to l p.m. and from 2 to 6 p.m. On Sundays, from 2 a.tn. till 11 a.m. Money Orders issacd from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m Bnndays excepted. Each mail' closes half-nn-hour beforo tbo advertised timo of despatch.
COMMERCIAL. RECORD OFFICE, Friday evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 12 September 1868
COMMERCIAL, Recoqd Officb, Friday ovenlng. Prices of general produce at Gronfell aro quoted to.day us under :— Fino flour, £10 per ton. Hay, £5 pur ton. Corn 4s to Gs. Outs, us. Butter, fresh, la. 3d Kggs, is. 3d per do*. Bacon, Gd per lb. Cheese, Gd per lb. Potatoes £7 , The 21b, loafis.now retailed at. Gd.
LATE TELEGRAM. SYDNEY. Friday, 6 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 12 September 1868
LATE TELEGRAM', BXDNEY. Friday, G p.nr Tbe following horses wero the winners, of tho events contested at tbo Hand wick Spring Meeting since Saturday last:— The Shorts.— Tippler. Ladies' Cup.— Italian. Metropolitan.— Tho Barb. . Squ\tters' Stakes. — Ucgnlia. Cravmi Plate.— The Barb. (Doad beat be* tween 'I'irp WbiRlerund Warwick.) ' Prince of Wales Stakes— Bui ns worth Handicap— Pheebo ' Cup-Flirt [Particulars of Stturdsy's r.\ctn; nro given above, undor the head of Late News.] The police uingistrato of Moama 'was rob bed and nearly stranglod, on' tho Jlchuca road. Onoof tile robbers has boeii arreifed.
BURRANGONG. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 12 September 1868
BURRANGONG. (From our own Correspondent.) ; Kirkputrick's machine, at Murrumbu-Vah, started last week, and on Saturday Quitted crushing a lot of forty-ono tons of »urhco stono from No. 1 Louisa, which yielded at ih» rata of 7 dwts per ton. Althou^h^his result mutt uot bo taken as any test of the value of those reefs, as inferior stono wasjpurpjsoly put through In order to see luw tbi muchino would work ; yet, on the other liind. tbo ro turn has fallen far short of what is antici pated. Tho machine is now cni-agil on one hundred tous from tho prospecting' jlaiui i»n tho samo reef, which promises to turn out very good* It will bo finished a&oit Satur day next, the 12th instant, so tha weok I shall be able tottato the result I Tho Stouey Creek reefs are, to It appear* ancc, the best we have iu the dii i]t as yet. As I intend, in my next letter, to ive a more full description of them, af . a per sonal visit, the only hearsay avid :e that t ?hall adduce is, that erery wcek'u s to...
MINING REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 12 September 1868
MINING REPORT. The principal items in this week's report ! ?re— tbe enforced idleness of somo of the machines, the rain of Monday last only beno fitting the dams on the main creek; tbo steadr increase of crushing.jnaehioery in tbo district } the revival of alluvial prospecting in tho immediate neighbourhood of Grenfell j an overwhelming arnauut of work throws on the owners of machinery who aro fortunate enough t- have a good supply of water j and tbo moro than payable returns from all tboso claims on which tbe machines baro been to* ?ontly employed. The following claims have clcaned up and retorted sinco our lo3t report :— At Vaughn's niachino 131 tons from tho prospecting claim, Prusiiau Reef, 1 os 2 dwts per ton. At Buvan and Co'r, 280 tans from tho | prospecting claim, Outward Bound, 180 ozs. At Campbell's lower muchlne, C tons fruui Mylechorone and party's claim, 20-Milo (trial ?rushing), li ozs per ton ; ani 30 tons from No. 3 South, Welcome (secoud quality stono), 13 dwts per ...
WEDNESDAY. SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 12 September 1868
Wsj)K£a:-A7. Sydjciy. There was a tolerably largo attendance of membera of Tattersall'a club afc the meeting lost night, but thero was not very much bus!* ness done. - The prices laid in certain sweeps indicated that Tim WhiiBer and The Barb wero very hot favomitcs Lrtbe Metrooolitan. and Tim was fully as Brut as tho Barb. Oleu coc, Bylung, Guluare, Sir John, and two or tbreo others, also sold over ths upset price. Ragpicker was still first favourite for the Maiden Elate, the next in demand bring AvaUnchf, Barbell?, and Regolia. There was not a fcreat dral of bating outright, hotrever j the doubles. Maiden Plate And Metropolitan, at 50 to 3, being tho most popular mode uf investment. Mr M'Oullock has recciied a memorandum from Fiji, dated July 22, stating that Tfia kombau repudiates the agrcoincut made - with tbe representatives of tho Fiji Company. .
LATE NEWS. MONDAY. [?] RANDWICK SPRING MEET [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 12 September 1868
LATE NEWS. Momdat. I RAND WICK SPRING MEItfll. First (i)erby) Day, 8*turd*y. SepteJcth. The Trial Stikes.— Mr Tait'i The! Ost 51bJ.li Mr llild win's llfgnli'i, Gst|,2; Mr Ivory'a Grey Mumus, Ost 21bs, l-7oo bvancak. I Tho Derby St. Legor.— Mr Tait'sjeoe, Oil 3ibi, 1 1 Mr Town's Oriundo, 7ftllbi, 2 j Mr l)e Mcstre'e Nelly Brandon, Ifon oaslly. The Derby fltnkcs.— Mr Thompn Tho Duko, 1 j Mr Fisher's Ragpicker, 2 ? K. K Cox's The Karl, 3. Time» 2 min }Cs. Tho Innkeep?r's Stakes.— Mr 15, L va* Unohc, Oit 3lbs, 1 1 Mr Baldwin's in, Ost 7lbs, 2 } Mr Cjbcroft's Bailor Oit Ulbs, 3. Tho Bpsom Handicap.— Mr E. Leo' -b« | 8«t 3lb*, 1 j Mr Doyle's Princess, 0»t 2 j Mr Baldwiu's Prioress, Ost Gibs, 3. Tho Fijian Comuiersial and Banfci&n* panyhas been launched into rxistencSrr very favourable auspices. Tho title ilof tho Polynesia Company. The Hal is limited, and the capital £250,000. I By the arrival of the schooner Katfct I at Auckland, after a long cruito amongst the islands we learn t...
COWRA. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 12 September 1868
COWRA. [moii otra ? own couuEaroNDExr,] ? I .Martin Cridlaud was brought before tbo I Corirt, and sentenced to pay a fine of £5 or I to be imprisouedfpr three months in Balbuwfc gaol, fur making useofobiuno language at Woed'e Fiat. Tito flue was not paid, so' tb© prisoner was conveyed to tho lock-up. ins predictuns or prosperity which were uttered couccruing tho town,* when tbe bridge was comuiciu-c J, havo hot been— aud, it is pro* bablc, never will pc— verified. Tho works iu connection with our britlgo ore being proso cuted very slowly. ' 'The' ignominious failure of Halli lay and Co , uiade a deep and mcmor- ' ablo impression on tho pockets, and conse quently on the minds; of the tradesmen in towu ; and, perhaps, still iiifiuoocet them in their opinions regarding tbe bridge. *? Tho crushing maohlno at Wood's Flat is still at work ou quortx, which barely pays for crushing. Oue would have supposed that any person who had been affected with mental aberration* would bo tboukful for t...
(TO THE EDITOR OF THE MINING RECORD) [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 12 September 1868
[?] bib— Will you allow me to to ask through tbe columns of the 'Record, 'bow it is that tho Romaa Ootbolics ofGrenfcll havo sot bad u meeting to testify'their sympathy with (bo proprietors of tbo ' Freeman's Journal,' aud to assist in raising a defence fund? I am tho moro Inclined to ask'tbis question in your paper becruse I have never seen any symptom of tbat'lntolerance and bigotry which, since tho ' attempted assassination of Ibe Prince, have been introduced in the metropolitan and other journal's. Tbe Roman Catholics of Australia bavo bad so much undeserved obloquy cast upon them of late that it is uot to be wondered ot if they oro sensitive, and should stand up for tho paper i which, whatever may bo ita faults,' is yet their ropreientativo in a religious poiat'of viow. I think it is our duty, as' Catholics, 'to help tbe proprietors from those tyrannical acta which are being put in force against them by the pressnt Prima Minister. Issy tyrannical —for is it not tyranny to prose...
THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 10. (Before the Police Magistrate.) STEALING WHISKEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 12 September 1868
TltPJlSDAY, GimtSBIB 10. * (Before tbe Police Magistrate.) fcTBALltfO WU18E8Y. Thomas Madden, a groom at the Great Eastern Hotel, was cbargod with stealing two bottles 'of whiskey, the proporty of James ' Bray, the landlord ofihe .hotel. Tbo prosecutor deposed that ho missed ou© bottle of whijlcy from a case in the bar on Tuetday evening, and on tlw following mora* jng, finding another gone, ho went to tho ?table, where ho found the prisoner drunlt. On making A searob for the mining whiskey he found one of the bottles in the stable, aud another in prisoner's bedroom, both bottles havingbtoa opened, and part of their contents 4 rank. I The witness not being able to swear to tbe property, tbe priioner was discharged. IK7SBFMMDSB. In re D. T. Alleu t. Walter Malcolm — Court of Requests. Peter Malcolm, brother of defendant, made affidavit that a certain horse and dray, levied en by the bailiff, was his property, aud not that of tho defendant in the above case. Tbo bailiff was directed t...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 19 September 1868
UUJLUJJI* 1U}.-XUUU, I ? Tailing-Yard and Paddock. OAMUEL JACKSON,-. of tho ' Travellers' O Beit Hotel,' on tho Forbes Road, one and a-half joile from Gr'epfell, takes in horse* to taiS at 3s por week. They aro kept ia a large lecaro pxddvck at ni/rbt, and tailed out during tho day, an J got up for tho owners any day requirod. ~ PHOTOGRAPH^ flAMBAKER haj arrived, and will bo pre VJ pared to tako portraits, from hit well known Curte-to Visite to Lire-Size Portrait* n Oil or Crayon, on and after WEDNESDAY -EXT, Gth August. Photographic Cariosities, &c- He has erected his Gallery adjoining BRAT S, Great Eastern Hotel, George* 1 Notice of Removal. THE Undersigned begs to notify to hip Patrons and the Public of having Removed to a moro centrsl position, next to Messrs. M'Connell and Co. 'a, whero he hopes to recoivo a contiuuan*' of that patronage hitherto veorded him. and which, for Style. Fit, Material, and Workmanship, combined with moderato price*, will bo his study to do* / ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 19 September 1868
Wanted. SnEARER9 WANTED at BALD HILLS, Seven Miles from Grenfell. Wanted Immediately 1 f\r\C\ ABLE-BODIED MEN to X UUU Drink British Ale, At DRAY'S, Great Eastern Hotel. Por Sale, A QUANTITY of Throe-bushel Bags. Apply to b THOMAS REECB, At the Foundry. i Notice. i PARTIES residing at or near the 8evon-mile 1 can have their Letters brought to Mr. ' OiiABLBQ Tobbbkiuobb's Hotel, by leaving I an order. Charge, Od per Letter. « W.TARRANT. 7'Mile Rush. COLONIAL GOLD EAR-RINGS. COLONIAL GOLD BROOCHES. EMU CREEK GOLD WEDDING RINGS. EMU CREEK GOLD KEEPERS. ALSO, AT VERY LOW PRICES, STEEL BROOCHES and EA.R-BINGS, which are to Fashionabla at tha present time— at KERSH BROTHERS', GEORGE STREBT. PRIMITIVE METHODIST CHURCH, I GRENFELL. 1 THE PUBLIC are respectfully informed that, on LORD'S DAY, SEPTEMBER 27th S TWO SHRMONS will be preachcd, in tbe above-named place of Worship, by tbo 5 REV; J. ADDISON. B Service at half-paat Two o'clock in the Afternoon, and at 7 o'clock ia the I Evening:. f ON...
BATHURST PRICKS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 19 September 1868
BATHURST PRICES. Oats, per bushel, 3s, 3d Com, per bushel, 3s 3d 5s ; DittoTtocerno, £3 Buttor, sSlt, per lb. 10J 'Ditto, fresh', ditto, ls Bacon, good, per lb., 8d. Lard, ditto, 7u Cheese, per lb. 6d. Onions, por owt., scarco Flour, fine, per ton, £17 10s Wheat, per bushel, Os 9d. —Free Press.
COMMERCIAL. RECORD OFFICE, Friday evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 19 September 1868
COMMERCIAL. Rbcobd Ofpicb, Friday evening. Prices of general produce at Grenfell aro quoted to.day as undor :— Fino flour, £10 per ton. nay, £5 per ton Corn 4s to 5s. Oats, 5s. Butter, fresh, ls. 3d Eggs, ls. 3d per doz. Bacon, 6d per lb. Cheese, 6d per lb. Potatoes £7 The 2lb. loaf is now retailed at 6d.
DR. NEUMAYER'S PROPOSED "SCIENTIFIC EXPLORATION OF CENTRAL AUSTRALIA." [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 19 September 1868
DR. NEUMAYER'S PROPOSED 'SCIEN- TIFIC EXPLORATION OF CENTRAL AUSTRALIA.' ' In May last, at the Jloyal Society, Burling ton IIouio, General Sabino in tho chair, an excollont paper was read of Dr, Ncumnyer, tho well-known Gorman savant and writor of a work (in English), on Meteorology anu Hleotricity, suggesting a 'Scientific Explora tion of Central Australia.' Dr. Ncumnyer proposes to cross the Australian continent from Ea»t to West, the expedition to extend over three years and a half, and to comprito a thorough investigation in refcrcnee to phy sical geography, meteorology, mineralogy, botany, zoology, and so forth. At the same Umo care should bo token to get on tho track, and so cloar up, if possible, the fate of that bravo but unfortunato explorer, Dr. Lcichardt. In the course of explanations tho lesrncd au- thor entered into a most interesting disqui sition respecting tho probable configuration and tho river system of central Australia. The reading of this well reasoned, compact...
LATE TELEGRAM. SYDNEY. Friday, 11 a.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 19 September 1868
LATE TELEGRAM; SYDNEY. Friday, 11 a.m. Mr Duncan, ofthe Customs, has been dis missed Tbo Hon H. Parkes, the Colonial Secre tary, has resigned. The cause alleged for his succcssion from the Government is that Mr Duncan was inducod to make a full apology, instead of which the Government decided oa ; the dismissal j Rumour is busy as to tho fate of the Go- I vernment now tbat Mr Parkes has loft it 8-45 p.m. Nothing further of importance has trans pired respecting Mr Parkes's resignation j Leavo has been given to Mate to appeal to the Privy Council in the late free*seleotor'a !