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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 22 April 1876
CRICKET. AS we stated in our last issue,' the proposed match, Grenfell v. Forbes, had fallen through from some unexplained cause. Since then we hear that it was a prosontiniont of tlie bad state of tho intervening roiul that caused the Forbes men to enter themselves ' absent but wo cannot, refrain from noticing tlie want of courtesy displayed towards the Gren fellites by their rivals in the cricket field. Our men had spared no pains or expense to' ensure their visitors a hearty welcome, and were all in readiness on tho previous afternoon to greet thorn upon arrival, When intelligence was received from a private sourco to the effect tliat tlie Forbes cricketers had not started, nor did they intend to start. It was not until some days afterwards that a) letter was received from one of them, urgirig the supposed state of the road as a reason for their non-appearanco ; but we are confident that if the positions had been reversed, if our men had agreed to visit Forbes, they would have ch...
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 22 April 1876
What EVERYBODY SAYS MUST BE TRUE. And what does everybody say 1 why, that, as a strengthener of the weak, an invigor ant of the organs of digestion and excre tion, a solace for the aged and decrepit, as a season medicino, a remedy for uterine, kidney, and bladder complaints, a protection against changes of air, water and diet, and an antidote to the conse quences of dissipation, late hours, and overwork, that Udolpho Wolfe's Schiedam Akomatic Schnapps is absolu 1K.T1 Liver Complaints. — reraona suiitiiuig from derangement of tho liver, stomach, or organs of digestion should have recourse to Holloway's Pills, as there is no medicine known which acts on these distressing complaints with such certain success. Its properties strengthen the stomach, increase the appetite, and rouse the sluggish liver. In bowel complaints it is invaluable, as it removes every primary derangement, thereby restoring the patient to the soundest health and strength. These preparations should be used at all ti...
COURT OF REQUESTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 22 April 1876
COURT OF REQUESTS. At this Court, on Thursday last, there were a number of cases in which Watson Bros, were plaintiffs against various defendants ; but as they re quired two magistrates, his Worship (Ralph Halls, Esq.) adjourned them until 12 o'clock on the following day. Thanksgiving Services. — On refer ence to our advertising columns, it will be seen that thanksgiving services will be held in Holy Trinity Church, Gren fell, to-morrow (Sunday), morning and evening.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 22 April 1876
PRICELESS BOON TO SUFFERING HUMANITY, POND'S EXTRACT. VEGETABLE PAIN DESTROYER. POND'S EXTRAOT of HamumeliB, or Witoh HqZaI, tho great; American family romedy, which has been beforo tho American and English public morn than THIRTY YEARS, with a popularity whioh has constantly ncrctasod with both PHYSICIANS and the PEOPLE for Internal and external Use. INYALtfABLE FOR— ? piles, sprains, lameness, burns, scalds, bruised soreness, rheumatism, boils, ulcers old eorea, wounds &c. ; bIbo for toothache,, headaohe, neuralgia, soro throat, asthma, hoarseness, catarrh, colic, diarrhcca, and all hemorrhages, &r\' POND'S EXTBAC1? really has a very extensive range of aotion. It will promptly relieve Bny pain, and will dTectuaMy and permanently cure a greater number ofth» ills which an intelligent and prudont mother would trust liorself to treat than any other preparation. It is therefore an INVALUABLE FAMILY REMEDY. CAUTION. — Beware of imitations and counterfeits. M»»ny persons ...
WATER SUPPLY. [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 22 April 1876
WATER SUPPLY. . The subject of water supply is one of great interest and importance, and though in this colony the matter has invariably been shirked by; those whose province it was to deal with it, the time is fast approaching when the difficulty must be faced and overcome. While the inhabitants of Sydney are agitating with the view of obtaining a continuous and permanent supply for the cityr to effect „wbich works probably costing a. iiitm'ou~or~uioney' \viir naVuto~u3 undertuken ; while the (at present) monstrous proposition of a railway to Illawarra is largely entertained and encouraged, showing that coffers of the country are overflowing, and that the Government have more money at their command than tlioy know what to do with ; now is the timo for the people of this town and neighbourhood to bestir themselves with the view of. getting a grant of money for the con struction of a permanent watershed. We believe that a largo sum was granted for a reservoir at Parkes, and also at C...
WEDNESDAY 10TH APRIL. Before P. Boland, and R. Halls, Esqs, J'sP. LARCENY. [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 22 April 1876
; Wednesday 10th April, Before. P. Boland, and R. Halls, Esqs, ;; j'sP, larceny. - Ah Kin appeared on bail and under remand, charged with stealing a quan taken on . tho previous hearing, was read over,, when he stated, in answer to questions by Mr. Russell, . who appeared for prisoner : It was prosecutor who first pointed out the bags to me } the bags were outside the fence ; the spot where the bags were found is open to the public ; the bags had no symptoms of having been lecently removed. Ah Young, a Chinese gardener, deposed : I know the prisoner, Ah Kin ; I have a hut where I reside, and a stable situate at tho lower end of Grenfell ; I have kept potatoes and onions there ; a fortnight ago last Friday there were 15cwt of potatoes and 4cwt of onions there ; I went there on the following Friday and found the whole of the potatoes and onions gone ; I had the -place fastened with a chain and padlock, I found the chain broken and the goods gone ; I afterwards went with the sergeant a...
A TERRIBLE AFFLICTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 22 April 1876
A TERRIBLE AFFLICTION. Mr. Fisher's wife was very ill in July, and there were serious fears that she would die. And one day when he came home they communicated to him the sad intelligence that she was no more. When the first outburst of grief had subsided, he sent an order to the undertaker for a coffin, he tied crape on the door-knob, he sent his hat around to the store to have it draped in black,' he advertised it in the papers, with some poetry attached to the announcement, and he made genera) preparation for the funeral. then he sat down in tho parlour with his great sorrow, and his friends tried to comfort him. 'It's no use,' he said; ' I'll never get over it. There nover ' was a women like her, and there never will be again. I don't want to live without her. Now she's gone I'm ready to go any time. I'd welcome the grave. What's life to a man like me ? It's a void— an empty void ! that's what it is ; and there is no more happiness in it for me.' 11 You must try to bear up under...
NICKNAMES. [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 22 April 1876
NICKNAMES. (World.) There is nothing in the wo.ild so diffi cult to get rid of as anything that has by long custom grown into a habit ; it is like Sinbad's old man of tho sen, ami a most as impo&siblo to escape from. is difficulty milt, we presume, be tne excuse to be offered fnr n,„:. aact by those persons who persist, to the sore discomfort and annoyance of their fronds and relatives, in calling them, when they have arrived at years of discretion, by the nicknames which were- of doubtful elegance even in the nursery, and the use of which should certainly have been abandoned, the infantile period once happily passed. Who has not been a witness of tho annoyance of some pretty voting girl, only just come out, on being addressed by some stupid old family friond br the nursery nickname, whereof she naturally abhors the very sound. For, as a rule, nicknames are not elegant; » uaiuiy 10 oe wondered at when we remember that they generally owe their origin to nneducatpd nurses or e...
SHE PAID THE FINE. [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 22 April 1876
SHE PAID THE FINE The Detroit Free Press thus sketches an incident of the police court : — ' And you are a wifo boater, are you V asked his Honor of a red-necked, ugly-looking man named Walter Henry. ' She is enough to drive any man crazy,' was the sullen answer. A women with a black eye came forward, was sworn as a witness, and the Court said : ' Now, Mrs. Henry, what s tho long and tho short and the breadth and width of this story V ' Ho came home half drunk, sir, and began to tell me that he wished he had never married, and I answered that he could go as soon as he pleased. Then he says, ' Mary don't you sass mo,' and I replies, ' and don't you Bass mo either.' Then he says,' I'll black your eye for that !' and I replies, 'You touch me and I'll have you arrested.' And he said ho did'nt care for the police, and he hit me an awful cuff.' 'What havo you got to say to this, Mr. Henry V ' Nothing, sir, only I wish I was dead !' I presume she wishes so too', and I'm sure the public won...
HE PLAYED VERY WELL. [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 22 April 1876
HE PLAYED VERY WELL. Many are the anecdotes that have been related regarding Paganini. The follow ing adventure of the violinist while in London, writes ' Capt. Barcely,' may amuse, and1 more especially all lovers of the ' King Instrument.' Paganini was engaged to give a series of concerts in London. His success was wonderful. Like all men of genius, he was eccentric. He was of a unsocial man,-'atfi 'e'specTal'ly 'musician's'. ' jDiiring the day, unattended and alone, he would perambulate tho streets of London, gazing in the show windows, and view ing objects at a distance with a vacant stare. One day his attention was arrested by the music of a blind Scotch violinist playing his instrument upou the corner of a street. Paganini stopped and listened for some time. Moved, no doubt, by compassion for the poor fellow's misfortune, ho passed a shining coin into his hand, and said, ' Friend let me try your instrument. I sometimes play tho violin myself.' The poor blind fiddler handed Paga...
LAND SALE. [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 22 April 1876
LAND SALE. [ At the Police Office, Grenfell, On Wednesday, the 17th May, 1876. COUNTRY LOTSS; Upset price, £1 per acre; County Bland, parish of Boonabah, on and near tho Barmedman or' Back Creok, adjoining and near Water Reservo No. 870, and extending southerly about 41 miles. West Bland Run. 75-8,455 ; B. 287 1,946 Roll. Exclusively of a road 3 chains wide' Lot A, portion 1 — 320 acres 1G perches Lot B, portion 2— 320 acres Lot C, portion 3 — 320 acres Lot D, portion 4 — 320 acres Lot E, portion 5 — 320 acres Lot F, portion 0 — 320 acres Lot G, portion 7 — 320 acres Lot H, portion 8 — 320 acres Lot I, portion 9 — 182 acres 3 roods Lot J, portion 10 — 17G acres 1 rood Lot K, portion 12 — 254 acres TOWN lots'. Upset price, £10 per aorb. County Monteagle, parish of Brundah, town of Grenfell. 75-30,514 \ G. 140-1,952 Roll. Lot L, allotment 1 of section 35 — 2 roods Lot M, allotment 2 of section 35 — 2 roods Lot N, allotment 3 of section 35 — 1 rood 12 perches Lot O, allotment 4 of sect...
PRE-EMPTIVE LEASES. [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 22 April 1876
PRE-EMPTIVE LEASES. It is notified in a supplement to Friday '» GaZettb, tliat the following claims for pre-emptivo leases have b'eeri Approved of : — Patrick O'Brien, sen., 300 acres, county Bathurst, parish Tintern Charles John Hamilton, 1440 acres, county Forlies, parish Gooligal Ma.itin Cass, 9G0 acres, sam8 county, parish Wattumadura Stephen G. Alford, 1908 acres, county Bathurst, parish Kenilworth 'Richard Burke, 270 acres, same county, parish Melburn Robert H. Davis, G40 acres, county Forbes, parish Braulin Chasles M'Donald, 1500 acres, county Gipps, on Lake Cowal Patrick J. Barry, 1920 acres, same county and place William Richardson, 960 acres, county Kennedy, at Albert Waterlioles George E. Richardson, 1920 dcres, same county and place Alfred Foil, 900 acres, county Forbes, parish Bandon Thomas Edols and Williaui DenniB, jun. , two lots of 900 acres each, county Cunningham, parish Coridgory Thomas F. Mooney, 1920 acres, county GipY-s, parish Boramble Joseph B. Reymond,- 300...
TELEGRAPH OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 29 April 1876
TELEGRAPH OFFICE. Telegrams are sent within tho colony at a uniform rate of Is for 10 words, and Id each extra word. A tolegram of 10 words can bo Bent to any part of Viotoria for tbo sum of 2s. To tbe Southern Section of Queensland 2s, Central 2s, Northorn 8b. To South Ancfralia 2s. Tasmania, 7s. Telegrams are also transmitted daily by cable to uny part of tho United Kingdom, Telegrams of 20 words can bo sont to England for tho Bum of £9 12s 6d. In addition to the usual working hours, the Tele graph ofllco will bo kept open till 8 p.m. for tho rocoipt and transmission of tolegrami' J. P. OLSON, ? Electw'n Toiegraph ond PoBtmaBter.
GOVERNMENT SAVINGS BANE. [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 29 April 1876
GOVERNMENT SAVINGS BANK. A branch of this bank is conducted in connootion with the Money Order and Post Ofllco, Tho Bank is open for tbe receipt of deposits, and for tho payment of tho same during tho following hours, viz. j — Daily (except Saturday) from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.; on Saturdays from 10 a.m. to noon, and from 7 to 9 p.m., for tbe receipt of deposits only. Sums of ono shilling, or of any number of shillings or pounds, may bo deposited. Interest at tho rate' of 4 per cent is ollowod on the monoy 'deposited ; but whenever, from time to time, tho principal, or the principal and interest together, stonding to the crcdit of any ono depositor amount to the sum £200 all interest will cease.