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SUBSCRIPTION LISTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 17 June 1876
SUBSCRIPTION LISTS. Op the various social evils to which a small country community is ofttimes subject, there is not one so widespread, so greatly to be objected to, or so likely to be productive of bitter feeling as that which comes to us under the guise of ' a subscription list.' We meet it. or rather it meets us at every corner, and in almost every other hand ; it is laid before us in every form and shape — religious, chari table, and otherwise ; to answer the numerous calls by such means, it almost becomes neces sary to devote a portion of one's income annually to respond to the demands of those who, invested for the nonce with a power they consider constitutes a right, are tugging away at your purse-strings. Our towns people, as a rule, are only too ready to res pond to each and every appeal, and whenever or for whatever that appeal is made their several mites make up a substantial total. The truth of the French axiom, Noblesse oblige, is amply verified by the efforts of the co...
THE ILLAWARRA RAILWAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 17 June 1876
THE ILLAWARRA RAILWAY. Although but little attention has been paid to the subject by the country residents, beyond those most directly interested in the scheme, yet some considerable excitement has been manifested among the mercantile firms of the metropolis over the question as to whether the sum of £740,000 should be voted for the construction of a railway from Sydney to Wollongong. Some of our readers may, therefore, be ignorant of the particulars to thus appropriate such a large portion of the public funds, and we will give a brief outline of the case. To the south of Sydney lies a rocky and barren belt of country, almost unfit for agricultural purposes, but possessing large and valuable deposits of coal and some considerable patches of marketable timber of an average value. The scenery of the place is picturesque, the climate healthy and brac ing, and by the expenditure of some few thousands of pounds might be made a delight ful retreat frome the smoke and din of Sydney. Painti...
Commercial. SYDNEY. HARRISON, JONES, & DEVLIN'S REPORT: [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 17 June 1876
Commercial. ' SYDNEY. Habrison, Jones, & Devlin's Report : Wool : The late tiLgram from London referring to wool has not tended to improve our market. Low and medium class wools seem to be the most depressed, and these form the larger proportion in the catalogues at this season of the year. The range of prices at this week's sales would form no guide to the valuers so we omit them. Sheepskins: Con sidering the prices realised for scoured wool in London, wo think sheepskins are bringing full values. There was a fair quantity forward and the catalogues were pretty well cleared off. Tallow . There were no buyers for exporta tion this week, consequently shipping lots had to bo held over. Trade parcels were pretty brisk at a slight advance upon last week's rate . Quotations — Mutton, £37 to £38 ; beef, £33 10s to J234 ; mixed and station, £29 to £31. Hides : The trade was pretty fairly represented at the sales and the presence of one or two buyers from the neighbouring colonios c...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 17 June 1876
austmmM ( JOINT STOCK BANK. ?GRENFELL BRANCH. CURRENT Accounts opened. Interest allowed on faxed deposits. ? Drafts issued on the clnef towns m 1 the v-j Australian Colonies, and England, Ireland, and Scotland. , Advances m-^e, bills discounted, and all if. usual banking business transacted. ? J J ANDERSON,, ' g o Manager; i-;( ? ? ? ? ; ? - - - . ? ? ^ — ; — -r GREAT EASTER.N : SOTEL, GEORGE-STREET. ' ' frEOE&E STOKES BEGS- to inform his friends an i the. public that he has purchased the GREAT EASTERN HOTEL, lately in the occupation of Mr. Stibbard, and which will be conducted in a manner which must give every satisfaction. The whole of the Hotel has been put into -i thorough repair, and visitors can rely upon . receiving every attention and comfort. . The stock of Wines, Spirits, and Beers has ( been selected with great caro, and will bo found equal to any in the district. Apartments for private families. ? . '? GOOD STABLING. ' ' ft , Competent and Careful Gkooms. ; ?. ? ...
At the Police Office, Cowra, Wednesday, 10th July, 1876. COUNTRY LOTS. Upset price, £1 per acre. County Forbes. [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 17 June 1876
At the Police Office, Cowra, Wednesday, 19th July, 1876. COUNTRY LOTS. Upset price, £1 per acre. Uountv Forbes. Parish of Mulyan, situated on both sides of the road from Grenfell to Cowra, extending from near the southern boundry of W. R. Watt's 320 acres, No. 63a, to the .northern boundary of portion 90, ef 56 acres. Lot A, portion 69, 30 acres 3 roods ' B, 70, 44 acres 1 rood C, 71, 41 acres 3 roods D, 72, 47 acres 2 roods E, 73, 58 acres' - F, 92, 40 acres 1 rood G, 93, 48 acres H, 94, 50 acres I, 95, 50 acres _ J, 128, 31 acres 3 rood3 13 perches Parish of Morongla, on and near the left bank of the Lachlan River, at and near tha southern boundary of G. Campbell's 320 acres, and the eastern and western bound aries of G. Campbell's 100 acres. Lot K, portion 117, 33 acres 2 roods L, 118, 43 acres 1 rood M, 119, 82 acres 1 rood ? . N, 120, 40 acres 2 perches O, 121, 50 acres 3 roods P, 122, 45 acres Q, 123, 41 acres R, 124, 47 acres S, 125, 44 acres SUBURBAN LOTS. At the Town of Cow...
LAND SALES. At the Police Office, Grenfell. Wednesday, 12th July, 1876. COUNTRY LOTS. Upset price, £1 per acre. [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 17 June 1876
LAND SALES. At the Police Office, Grenfell. Wednesday, 12th July, 1876. COUNTRY LOIS. Upset price, £1 per acre. Lot A, portion 1-74, 50 acres, county Bland, parish Bribaree, on the left bank of Bur rangong Creek, about lj miles easterly of Thomas Walsh's 50 acres, conditional pur chase. Kikiamah Run. 75-35,592 ; B. 206-1,940. Forfeited conditional purchase of Patrick Walsh. Lot B, portion 2-74, 50 acres, county Bland, parish Bribaree, on the left bank of Bur rangong Creek, and on the eastern side of the boundary between Kikiamah and Lower Belubulla Stations. Kikiamah Run. 75 35,593 ; B. 207—1,940. Forfeited selection of Thomas Walsh. On Wednesday, 19tli day of July, 187G. TOWN LOTS. Upset price, £8 per acre. Lots A, B, C, D, and E, being allotments 6, 7, 8, 9, and 10 of section 39, 2 roods each ; county of Monteagle, parish of Brundah, town of Grenfell. Last advertised for 7tli June, 1870.
Local Intelligence. DISTRICT COURT. [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 17 June 1876
Local Intelligence. DISTRICT COURT. The following is a list of the cases sot down for hearing at the above Court, before his Honor J udge Forbes, on Saturday next, 24th instant : — Continued' Causes. 206 — Withdrawn. 207 — Withdrawn. 208 — Ingrey Bros. v. Robert. Murphy, goods aiinnliflfl. _-P.fi fin Rrl New Causes. 214 — William Purss v. John Gleeson, non delivery of iron, £6 lis. 7d. 216 — ^Australian Joint Stock Bank v. A. LI. Easton, money due, £14 3s. 4d. 216 — Withdrawn. 217 — Watson Bros. v. Thos Turner, amount of promissory note, £10 8s. 7d. 218 — Same v, Charles Lee, amount of pro missory note, £56 3s. 2d. 219 — Same v. George Stimson, amount of promissory note, £31 19s. 220 — Same v, Archibald Allen, overdue pro missory note, £19 12s. 2d. 221 — Same v. William O'Rourke, overdue promissory note, £51 15s. 222 — Same v. Mary Ann O'Rourke, goods supplied, £63 9s. 3d. 223 — Arthur LI. Easton (legal manager of the Grenfell Joint Stock Steam Flour and Saw Mills) v. H. S. Hayes, b...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 22 July 1876
ODDFELLOWS? HALL.. Wednesday, Thursday, AN1- Friday Evenings, July 2Gth, 27th, and 28th. HENI TAUTEKA, THE MAORI LADY GYMNAST, DANCER, AND WIRE PERFORMER. Also, EUGENE BEDA, THE WORLD-RENOWNED ONE-LEGGED GYMNAST,. DANCER, AND BICYCL-E PERFORMER, WILL appoar in the Oddfellows' Hall', Grenfell, on the above nights. A MONSTER FIRE BALLOON will ascend on each evening; at half-past 7. Prices of Admission — Front seats, 3s' ; Back seats, 2s. Doors open athalf-past7 ; to com mence at. 8 o'clock,. HILL, HALLS, AND ALLEN Hive opened a NEW and WELL-STOCKED ASSORTMENT OF Drapery, Coats, Trousers, Yests, &c., Of the Lates1 Fashion, and invite inspection of same, being confident the QUALITY ..AND I'RICES WILL PLEASE ALL WHO FAVOUR THEM WITH A CALL, i (jROGERIESTpNESlilirSPIRITS Of the Best Qualities and Brands always in stock. SQUATTEHS AND FREE-SELECTORS SUPPLIED ON LIBERAL TERMS. HILL, STlTirs7~&~~ illEK, WINE & SPIRIT MERCHANTS, Wholesale and Betail Storekeepers, - GEO...
CATHOLIC. [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 22 July 1876
CATHOLIC. Mass will be celebrated at 11 a.m at — Young — Every Sunday. Goolagong, Lachlan Kiver (schoolhouse)— Sun- day, J uly 23rd . . Grenfell — Sunday, July 30th Wombat — Sunday, August 6th. ' Grenfell — Sunday, August 13th. Young— Tuesday, August 15th. Assumption B.V.M. (Holyday of Obligation). Open ing of new church by the Lord Bishop of Goulburu, on Sunday, November 5th, at 11 a.m. General Jubilee commences on Sunday, November 5th, at 7 o'clock in the evening.. Confirmation on Wednesday, November 8lh, at 10 o'clock a.m. Grenfell. — Foundation-stone of new church laid and blessed by the Lord Bishop of Goul burn, on Sunday, November 12th, at 11. : o'olock a.m. General Jubilee commences in the Temporary Schoolroom,, at 7 o?clock in the evening, Sunday, November 12th. Confirmation on Tuesday, November 14th, at 10 o'clock a.m.
Latest English News. ARRIVAL OF THE SUEZ MAIL. GENERAL SUMMARY. From May 27 to June 26. [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 22 July 1876
latest English lews. [from the hebald's tjslkgrams] ARRIVAL OF THE SUEZ MAIL. I GENERAL SUMMARY.' From May 27 . to June 26. , ? It was announced from Berlin that' the accession of the new Sultan will require a fresh agreement with the Northern Powers. Russian funds are steadily falling, and a strong feeling of uneasiness prevails owing to the movements of Servian troops towards the frontier, and Russia has strongly warned Servia against disturbing the peace. It is alleged that Russia is now isolated, Germany, like the other Powers, inclining towards the views of England ; nothing, however, is posi tively known. The situation is expectant, pending result of an exchange of' views between the Great Powers and the course of events. There is a rivalry between Hussein Pasha and Midat Pasha, the latter being a reformer whilst Hussein is credited with a .'-vigorous'' policy. The rumours that there was to be a conference of the European Powers have been dispelled. In tho Housn of Commons, on...
CROWN LANDS RESERVES. [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 22 July 1876
CROWN LANDS RESERVES. t ii18 ? .i-'mn nf VuuSday's Gazette that the has°been withdrawn fronl in the Lachlan district Of which it hitherto formed - Gondoublm run, and Swelling stock of !»'* mencing at the north-weit cornei^/icres : Com I parish of South Conbottblin portion 80 nnn. n£ the west bv,'j; and bounded of a road 3 chains wide .f^the eastern side boundaries of portions 87^i«m5B the eastern 128 chains; on the n^fand 90 bearing north ?wide dividing it fjsw^rth by a r«d 3 chains part of portionl) G- Lee s 'llWflSitfc east about 40 chair? 5 on tlie remainder of thfp west by a line north tormmg part of the east Ikmndary of G. Lee's 3 2P acres aforesaid, about 2S-J- chains to a point wesi from the south-west (forner of the perminent common, Condou'blin ; thence a«ain on -the north by a line forming partly south boundary of that common bearing east about 28 chains to tlie lagoon ; thence on the east by that lagoon southerly and westerly to a point north from the north-west corner of...
IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 22 July 1876
IMPOUNDING^. , .... - i ?. .. .FORBES.— Impounded from Yamma, on July ' ' 8th— Bay horse, pq over JR (conjoined) R over B'-^+ near shoulder, JM (conjoined) over S over. C off shoulder, aged, 15 hands. . Roan marey star, IS over n near shoulder, age 4 years, 144 hands. Bay horse,' star, hrj M near shoulder, ' tej.M near thigh, aged, 15 hands. Dark bay -horse, off hind foot white, short tail, y over D over U near shoulder, - aged, 15 hands. Bay colt, N near shoulder,, asre 2 years, 13 hands; Black mare, star, star, on thigh, A W: off shoulder; age 4 years, 14s hands. Also, from Wongajong, on J uly 12th — Grey horse, sore back, JN.- near shoulder, I'!- off shoulder, aged, 15 hands. . , Bay horse, stripe in face, near hind , foot white, linear shoulder, age 3 years, 14Hiands. Bay horse, broken ? down; fa H near shoulder, aged, 15 hands. To be sold on August 3rd. COWRA.— On the 8th July from Taragala. Gray horse; bob-tail, broken down both fore ' - feet, shod all round, aged, HH (conjoin...
ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION. WEDNESDAY NEXT. [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 22 July 1876
ABSTRACT OF SALe1^^VUCTION Wednesday Next, i *«? J. L. WAUGH, '»t Davoren's Priica of Wales'. Hotel, at o'clock, the Grenfell Jointj - Stock Staam Flour and Saw Mills ; at 1 o'clock, at the same place, Howe and Land. - .. ... Thursday Next. '?- J. ,L.'WAUGH„ at his Yards, at -.2 o'clock, i vPriino Fat Bullocks ; at the Yards, at 3, Bullocka for breaking-in. i
THE WANT OF CONFIDENCE MOTION [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 22 July 1876
THE 'WANT OF CONFIDENCE MOTION IN the fourth page of this issue appears the result of Mr. Fitzpatrick's vote of censure — a result arrived at after the waste of severaj days in the already too protracted session, and whi'jh was, after a scene unparalleled in the history of any assemblage of ' collective ?wisdom,' simply — nothing.' That there was considerable truth in the motion — ' That the present administration of public affairs was unsatisfactory to this House,' cannot be denied, and we are of opinion that the coun try generally holds the same views as Mr. Fitzpatrick. No person can venture to affirm that the public affairs have been pro perly administered during the session which is, fortunately, now rapidly approaching its close, and even hon. members themselves have lately been reviewing their own past conduct rather severely ; they are reluctantly compelled to admit that the greater portion of the past session has been wasted in an. necessary and undignified talk ; not only ...
TABLE OF ARRIVAL AND DESPATCH OF ENGLISH MAILS. VIA SAN FRANCISCO. 1876. [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 22 July 1876
TABLE OF ARRIVAL AND DESPATCH OF ENGLISH MAILS. Via San Feancisco. 1876. ABBIVAL DESPATCH Maroh 30, 1876 April 4, 1876 ; April 27 : May 3 May 25 ? I; May 30 ' ' Juno 22 Juno 27 July 20 July 25 August 17 ! Aug 22 Sopt. 14 Sopt 19 Oct. 12 ' Oct 17 Nov. 9' Nov 14 Dec. 7 , ? Dec 12- i ? . THE SUEZ ROUTE. ' . '... AEIOTAIi . . DESPATCH , . Maroh 14 1876 ; ; March 16,1876. ' ' April 11 1 April 11 May 9' ? May 9 June 6 ? June 6 July 4 July 4 ? Aug. 1 ' ?? Aug 1 ' Aug 29! ? ? Aug 29' Sept 26 Sept 28' Oot 24 I Oct. 26 ? Nov21 j Nov 23 Deo 19' i , - Doc 21 ; Sm Fbanoisoo. , ; LETTERS, ! ? ? '. 1 , ? Not exceeding J oz. ... ? .... ... 0s 6d' Not exceeding l oz. ... ... ... Is'. 0d' Evory additional Jf oz... ... ... 0«i''6d'-'-' Suez. , Not exceeding % oz ... ... , ... Oa 6d'. Evory additional i oz... ... . ,., 0s .'6d' Not exceeding i oz (via Brindisi)1 ... 0s 9d Every additional oz ? 0s 9d Newspapers via San Francisco and Suez Id eaoh dato. Thoie rates will bo the entiro amount ohargod up'n l...