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SPORTING. THE CHAMPIONSHIP. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 15 June 1867
SPORTING. I From English and Colonial Papers. THE CHAMPIONSHIP. I BiLDWlH XMD Jok Wohhald.— On Fri day, according to appointmeut, Jem Maco and Baldwin met nt our ofllco to arrange matter* anent the Championship of England. It may bo remembered that last week Bald win ofrtrod to take £20, and allow Mace to namo cither Goss, Wormald, or himself at liia opponent for tho belt, and to pottpone the match for a fortnight. Jem Mace askod for a week to consult Got*, which Baldwin cr-inted, and bentt the meeting under no tice. Business wat comraonced by Mace otierinz to increase the ttaket down to £100 a tide, and fight Baldwin himself for tbe belt in four months. Baldwin, of course, declined thit offer, having already to much the best of tho btrgain. Goss then uid if tho fight wcr* postponed for a fortuight or three weekt he would take hit own place, but tho gi&nt declined thit oflVr alto. Another proposition by Maco that Wormald should be tho mau if Baldwin would forego the £20, was...
THE STORY-TELLER SERGEANT GLIMMBER'S CASE. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 15 June 1867
THE STORY-TELLER. ?BBGBANT GLIMMER'S CASE. I LITE ia a 'quiet' atreet, not far re* moved from Southwaik Bridge,' said the young author, ' and, oftentimes of an even ing, am to be found in the pursuit of litera ture uudor difficulties. The other evening, for instance, I opened my desk and began to scribble, with tha faint (perhaps delusive) hope that I had caught ?oniotbing like an idea, when ' tootle, toot!*' ?ounded the flute of an unhappy gentleman on the oapoute tide of the streat, who vu making aetpersu efforts to puff out a series of variutioui, which mak* one fancy that the malody resembled a captive bird attempting to escape from Us cage— to barred and im prisoned did the melody seem, by the multi tude of note* that turroundtd it. And, a* if on* instrumental soloist were not sulllcient to drive one distracted, another neighbour had commenoed the study of tha cornopean, and being, evidently, a* they *ay of the horse*, 'sound wind and limb,' produced *om* of the longest and str...
LATEST SPECIAL TELEGRAM. London, April 29. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 15 June 1867
LATEST SPECIAL TELEGRAM. I London, April 20. [ Qupi -victoria has writtet to tho lung ot Prussia, urging peaeoj tho itediating Powers have proposed tho ncutrulix.tion of Luxem burg, the evacuation of tho fortress by Prus sia, and tho dismantling of tbo fortifications. May 3. TbolLuxcmburg question has been referred to arbitration at a Conference to assemblo iti Tho Reftroi delate resulted in the defeat of tho Miristry in the two years' rcsidenco clause, an1 amendment substituting twelve months tuning been earried by a maj.-rity of 81. ? ' A proclimation has beon issued against the intmded Reform demonstration in Hvde Park. The banquet to Mr. O'Shanassy was a very successful afdir. A splendid service of plato was presented to him. Beeswing won tho Chester Cup and tho 1000 guineastakes. Tho Fenitns, Burke and Doran, havo been seuteneed (e death. May 7* Tho Reform League demonstration pasted off.quiotly. ilr. Walpoto has rcsignod Lis office as Secretary of Btato lor tho Homo Department...
THE BARD AND FISHHOOK. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 15 June 1867
THE BABB AND FISHHOOK. GSNTLBllBN— Since the auuouncemont of the retult of the St. Leger at the l*tt Rand wick meoting, tbe Victoria papers have been inundated ' ad uautflum' with the praitet of Fithhook to the disparagoment of tho Barb, from what may be terraod the ? e x pott facto' nhet*. Orango Blotum in particular - excuses for Fishhook's defeats by the Barb—' in ouo race bo wat uot fit, in another race he rau in bit plates,' &c., &o., but yet ffoei on to sav that it is a miserable subter fugo ou the part of tho Barb'* friends to *ay thit tho latter ' wat not fit, or that ho wat got at.' First, with regard to tho condition of tbe Barb in tho Leger, manv people; on hit return from Victoria, weroofopimon that the colt must bo thort of work, in conto quenco of tho state of hit feet preventing hit being kept iu full training : in tbo paddock, ; just Woro starting, tho Barb was teen to , purge in a horrible manner, and tho atato the horse remained in for au hour after...
THE LATE FIGHT BETWEEN ALLEN AND GOSS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 15 June 1867
THE LATE PIGHT BETWEEN ALLEN AND GOSS. At tbe Nowport County Petty Sessions, oa Saturday, Tom Allen was charged under a warrant, before Mr. F. Gratrex aud Mr. T. Brown, with baring committed a breach of the peace by engaging in a prise fight, in the parish of Beterstone, on tbe 6th instant. Mr. it. J. Catbcart appeared fur Allen, who sur rendered, having beard that a warrant was out for his apprehension. We might here observe that warrants were also out against Joe Gq«». Jem Mace, and Harrv Allen, for breaches of tbo peace. When the cuse was called on, Mr. Catb cart said ho had appeared for Allen, who, hearing tbat some proceedings had been taken again*; bim, had come all the way from Birmingham to pay his respects to tbe Mr. Gralrcx hoped thera would not be a further iatrouuUion. (Laughter.) Mr. Cathcart saiu *hat, having done that, defendant hoi»ed nuiuing more would bo re quired of bin- than what be was prepared to give, and thet tbe Bench would be satisfied with bis entering int...
COMMERCIAL. London, April 26. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 15 June 1867
COMMERCIAL. Loudon, April 20. It is believed that (ho creditors of Messrs. Christopher Newtou, Brother, and Co., in tho Australian Imdc, huvo agreed to a proposal of Mr. Kent, tho resident partner in England, to the following clTeet To divide, in ? pro rata' amounts, all remittances that may arrivo up to tho 18th of August; then to give the acceptances of tho Qrm fur tho paymer.tof tho balance of creditors' claims by equal instal ments at three months, extending ovei a period of twi-nty-otio days from the date £403,320. It is reported that tho firm lent £100,000 in cash to Mcssr*. Goodyear and Cn., who stopped payment ou the 18lh of March with liabilities of £202, ICQ, aud assets, £60,017. A meeting of the creditors of Goodyear and Co., acccptod, it is reported. Cs. Gd. in the £. The money market is quiet, with little de mand for discount. Bank rato of discount, 2] per cent j on t^o Stock Exchange, fer short loans, 2 percent. Tho wool subs conjmenced on tho Iflth April, und all arri...
INDIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 15 June 1867
INDIA. Afamino is apprehended in UppcrBurhiah whero fighting continues, but the rebels have been defeated. Tho cholera in tho north-west provinces is most alarming. The working of tho telegraph lines is now moro satisfactory. Tho Royal Bank of India is to bo wound un voluntarily. Thcro is no alteration in discount rates, and money is casr* News from Bombay to 1-llh May states that intelligence has been received there (bat Dr.Livingsiono is alivo and well.
GERMANY. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 15 June 1867
GERMANY. The Prussian Chamber* openod on tho 20th April, and n now G} per vent, loan for 30,0 00,000 (holers has been issued to meet financial requirement* of tho military ad ministration, and to furnish a fresh supply of arms and ammunition to meet contingoncic*. Tho general feeling of Gcrmuny relativo to the Luxemburg question, as expressed in public, is (o (he effect that it must -soon be united to Germany. The army is in spleudid for.f, and anxious Tho King's speech was firm nnd decisive, and declared that now Germany was in a con* dilion (o uphold its rights, pcace,and digiuity, by its collcctire strength.
BURRANOONG. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 15 June 1867
BURUANOONG. [?] Your readers must not always expcct tho Burrangmig news to bo ' Sensational.' _ Wo aro a quiot people now, and plod , on in a quiet easy way, occasionally bearing of new rushes at Greufell aud thoTygong with cpstle. tio indifference. Nothing toems to more us from our usual track. Our Utharcy is too deeply rootud to bo cosily disturbed by any. thing less interesting than a minbtorlal visit or a contested election. Our mien flourishing and prosperous ' gold field, oneo ramou«-for tbo vast number of peoplo it supported, ami A.* u« ' — v i***r minod and succcssful agitations on questions aQ'ccting tho mining interest, has now, aftor having sown its wild oats, dmndlcd down into aquict country placo supuorUd still in part by mining, but priucipully by tho neighbouring squatters aud ogrivultirists. Our European minors consist chiofly of thoso who have made tlio district- their homo, and who will not bo easily allurod from it by tho mere rumour of fabulous finds on othor di^...
EMBEZZLEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 15 June 1867
[?] John MnDonald, on bail and remand. Tho prosocutor (Stormer) was not prcsont. A. 0. Cameron deposed that ho was lessee of tho Princess' Theatre. Had an account with Stormer for printing. The two accounts produced were paid by him to McDonald. Witness paid £10. Paid him because Stormer told bim (witness) to pay McDonald. Had paid bim accounts previous to the 24th May. On being asked if he had anything to say, i Mr. Stormer asked him on tho 1st April to I report for him for 25s per week, and that I after a week or two ho would pay him 30s 1 per week. Stormer afterwards requested hita to collect for bim at 5 per cent., ho (McDon ald) to deduct all expenses, as tho letters handed in yestsrday would show. He (pri soner) handed in a list of all collodions, and referrod to the caso of Rex v. Walker to show i that plaintiff's position in this case was not I teuablo. j The Bench said the case did not boar on : tbe present investigation. 1 McDonald (tbe prisoner) said ho received tho 30s. ...
ROME. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 15 June 1867
ROME. The Popo continues in good health, and is cuthuiiaitioilly received in publio. It is reported that the Garibaldians aro inciting insurrection in tho Roman territory to put dewn what they tt/lo tho ' tyrants of tho temporal power,' but to respect the spiritual authority of the Popo. Tho Fr«. visional Government is to bo armed, and i ' plebiscite' is to decide on the question ot annotation. Garibaldi has writton that Romo must bo tbe capital of Italy*
COMMERCIAL. RECORD OFFICE. Friday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 15 June 1867
COMMERCIAL. Record Office, Friday Evening. Thcro have beon considerable nrrivals of general merchandise this week both by liorso and bullock teams, principally from Sydney. Ono large firm ulouo have uutoadod 25 drayt at their stores. Tho sto:k on hand of gro cery and wines and spirits and drapory aro at tbo present time very large, so that should bad weather set in during tho wintor th«re is no fear of the supply of goods falling so low in quantity as to cause much reduction in prices. Flour rules still very low andjis quoted at£13 to £14 per ton wholesale. By tho bag 30s. Tho supply » abundant, and wo do not think it probaulo much adranco will tako place during tho coming winter. Fat cattle aro high in price— rrom ia to £G, and it is thought a further advance may be expected. The supply i. s»;a »t present, quality fair. Fat sueep arc fetch ing lis. to 12s. In general produce the markets as will sup plied. Hay is worth £7 to £3 pet ton. Oats Si. per bushel. Chaff £8 per ton. New com...
SELECT POETRY. A GRAND OLD POEM. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 15 June 1867
SELECT POETRY. A GRAND OLD POEM. Who *hall judge & man from manner* t 'Who'*bali know him by hit dren ? Paupers may bo fit for prince*, ; ? Prince* fit for something leu. ! Crumplod eblrt and dirty.jicket May beclothe the golden oro Of the deep**t thought* and feelings— ? Satin vesti could do ao more. Thero are.ipring* of crystal nectar Erer 'welling out'of stone i There aro purple buds and golden, i Hidden, crutbcd and overgrown. God,' who counts by touts, not drenei, Love* and prosper* you ancf me, : While Ho value* throno* tbo highest i Bui a* pebbles In the tea. 'Man, upraised above bis follow*, Oft fcrgetehU fellows then; Masters, ruler*, lords, remember, That your meanest kind are men— ? Men by labor, men by feeling, ? Menby thought, and nj'en By fame, Claiming equal right* to'tunihios, ' In a man'* ennobling name. There are foam-embroidered oceans, There are little well-clad rills, There are fecblo inch-high saplings, There are cedar* on the hill*; God, who' counts by...