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SPORTING. THE TURF. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 24 August 1867

SPOltTING. I THE TURF. The stables all rouud Rsndwick nre filling rapidly for tho Spring meeting, and there aro but few boxes now disengaged. Grice has almost all his ready engaged; and Johnny DriacoU will hare not much accommodation left when Charley Roberts conies down with his fivo— Exile, Grey Wnllaby, Miukoy Free, Young Mormon, and the Monk. Beatrice is not yet down from tho llawkesbury, but when slit] arrives sho will most likely occupy her old quarters at 'Lugue's,' but whero the rest of tho nags will be Iocatcd wo havo no arans.of knowing. There has been u great deal of work dono iluring tho week ; and much more betting than for somo time past. Several nags have been invested on pretty heavily, while somo two or three appear to have ha'd a bad night. 4mong tbeso latter may be named Cossack, *bo had very few admirers left on Wednes day j and Yuttendon— against whom tho tido lias turned considerably sinco that' day. Uamblcton Hill and Exilo havo been well supported for tho Mct...

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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EPITOME OF NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 24 August 1867

' EiaT()Mj3_0- NEWS. Two-Mils Flat Diooikob, Mudobk — Tlio correspondent oftho ' Western 1W' writes i— Iu .n former ? correspondence I stated that ihcso gold-fields wero both rich' and extensive several .paries havo com* plained thut this Was an exuageration, whilst others, on the coutrury, havo complained that tiiese divings ore underrated. I can only state this, that I do not wholly rely upon the statements of thu miners. I not only qet all th ? information I can from some of the most iutelliceut miner*, but X iiuiItm Sl n jwint of ritithiu the various and j form toy own coiiuIumoiih, uml I can only | stuto that on Ihewholo 1 rather umleriata thun rxiig:eratt', und 1 do so in order to pro vent disuppointinuiit ; for,' however rich u gold-field limy be, there aro p-iriies who must ; txJ disappointed In the |niIiii^- do*» of Vic to'rfa. dWitppoinlnienla wero numerous, und consequently much distress existed./! be. liuvo oil these diggings purliea nhlo und. willing to work will iimku ...

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE FOLLOWING HAVE BEEN SCRATCHED. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 24 August 1867

[?] John Tail's bl e The Barb, 4 yrs, 8 it 12 lbs. - A. Bowman's b h Bulglmbar, 6 yrs, 8 it 4 lbs. A Loder's br h Tho PiUford,: S yrs, 8 it 6 lba. John Tait's ch g Warwick, aged, 8 st 41bs.' Jf. Lco'r ch e Bjfong, 4,jrt, 8 st3 lbs. A. Loder's br h Tamworth, 0 yrs, 8 st. P. B. Coglin's b f Apparition, 4 yrs, 7 it 7 lbs. E. Lce|s b f Lady Kingston, 4 yrs, 7 st 7 S. Martin ns ch g Chancellor, Aged, 7 st 7 lbs. * ? F. Toxer's br g Iona, aged, 7 st 0 lbs. F. Toxer's br m Mariner's Daughter, 7 yrs, 7 st. J. Holmes's b g Cartouche, aged, G st G lbs. W. Craig's br m Miss Fisher, & yrs, 0 st 9 lb».^ P. J. Krifihran'e bro Kingfisher, 3 yrs, 6st. Thomas Gordon's b o Westbury, 3 yrs. 6 st. Thomas Cordon's b o Balmoral, 3 yrs, 6 st. John Hnimu's b g Australian, G yrs, G st. C. B. Fisher's b f Silvia, 3 yrs, & st. —Bell's Life io Sjdtiey, July 17. A match has been roudo between an Arab horao belonging lo Major Fridolin's Eastern partner and Gaulois, to run from Cbantilly to Boulop...

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
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THE MELBOURNE CUP.—ACCEPTANCES. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 24 August 1867

TnB* Mblboubnb Cur.— Accbitaxoes, I Mr. C. B. Fishei's br h Smuggler, Syr*., 9*t A. Thompson's ch li Cossack. 6 jrs., 0 st 3 lbs W. Craig's bit Tim WhilQer, 6 yrs., 8 st 8 lbs. - ... E. Do. Mesfre'a b h Tim Whifflcr, 6 yrs., 8st8 lbs. John Tuit'a ch g Falcon, 0 yrs., 8 st 7 lbs, ' W. Field's b g Strop, G yrs, 8 st 7 lbs. E. M. Bagot's gr iu Cowru, 5 yrs, 8s 1 7 lbs. John Cleeluiid's b h Barwou, aged, 7 st U lbs. . R. Hamilton's b g Sir Solomon, aged, 7 it.' 10 lbs. ? ? ? D. Mclhado's h g Exile, aged, 7st 10 lbs. O. A dcock's b o Cruiuder, 4 yrs, 7st 10 lbs, 1{. Priiiflj'., b o North Australian, 4 yrs, 7 at 9 Ibir. ' 5. Wuldoek'a.ch m Timbrel, 0 yrs, 7 it 7 lbs. ' . W. Pearson'* brg Bimrrowbawk, 0 yr#, 7 ? st 7 lbs. ? , J; Holme's b g' Woodman,- aged, 7 st7 lbs. John ljumb's ch g Untrie, ag«-d, 7 st G Hi*. l'V21oh«on'* b ui iWlcstf, 5 yrs, 7 st U lb*. T. Uailny'a b g Sir Walter, aged, 7 st 4 thu. W. Craig's b g Midshipman, aged, 7 st 3 John (jiccland's br m Victoria, 0 yrs, 7 st 2 lb...

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 — 24 August 1867

THE 'MINING RECORD' GENERAL PRINTING OFFICE. EVERY description of JOB PRINTING executed at the above establishment with promptitude, ia the best stylo of tho art, and at moderate prices. Plain and Ornamental Printing in every variety Posting Bills Hand Bills ♦»??? Catalogues - ? .--'pamphlets /BUI Heads f.. Cards ' /?' ' Business Announcements ' Circulars » -. , Law Forms J Gold Boolcs / '. Chequo Bocks. \ Eoceipt and PehrogBooka — Way Bills 4a, Ac. * m' Orders from tho country promptly at* fended to, A CARD. BECKETT^ DENNY. Iron-Founders, Engineers, &c,- BATHURST, ARE prepared to Supply any Castings, Ac., that may bo required for Machinery, at tho shortest notice. On hand very superior ' ChafT-Cuttora. Apply to D. M'LENNAN, . Agent, Ac. op - . ' -a' . I ^ g 2 .o.g^ w»s l SH i 1 & a j S ft S ?' s ?5° ia r --i EH' S S- a' R^' §9 | § ? -==! S'4h B b 4 1 '? . go | ' 1 'C£s ** , 1 ' W. E: AUSTIN, SUBCffiOW, ACCOUCHETO, So. ' ?raduate, and Member Deditam Medi cat Institut...

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
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MISCELLANEOUS. WONDERFUL RUINS IN SIAM. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 31 August 1867

MISCELLANEOUS. .WONDERFUL RUINS IN. SIAM. General I'errin, a Frenchman, mandarin of thi» third class, commanding tho land forces of thu Kiug of Siaro, writes to aFrcnch paper a* follows ' For six days' journey of ati elephant, 1 havo traversed tho ruins of Ancor* Nint, only penetrating them at intervals, where explorers had been beforo. What . 1 huvo bCt'n of monuments, temples, palaces, columns, siuircasos, anu pnes ot inaroies, can* not be told. They would not believe mo. The people of tho country say that tho ruins aro spread. over, a circle of from. ten to twelve leagued in diameter. What wns tho city that existed thero— and of what empire wus it tho capital ? I haro seen temples in a good state of preservation (except tho vegetation thut had sprung up in them), whieh measured not' less tiian aleagueround. Thero uro forests of murblo columns— everything is of marble. though much may havo disappeared beneath' soil, what remains .is far abovo what, wo. Wo *atr- Versailles* or* ols...

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
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SELECT POETRY. DREAMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 31 August 1867

SELECT POETltY-A DREAMS. Tbo world is dreary, I am growing old, . Wifo nor bairn makes glad my xliambcr -iiu, ~ The wintrv season comcth with lis cold,'' 'i'ho hearth is dark, and mud without is shrill] Yea! twilight glomus around me— bopoand Depart, iiKesceni ana coioar iroraa flower— Vet, whero I sit, sweet musio floats to no : 'i'is tho falling, falling, of a silver shower Around a forest trco ! Ah! can I hear the scentcdrainjintone? Cari'I hear tho leaves that' etlr 'and sigh ? Or hear I but tho inovcmont nnd the moan ' ' Of bus/ folk that hurry 'da'rkly'by?' jfay !— for a whito bund lies'' in mine, street oyes. r,.;\ *. Shino on me, and a happy maiden cries! Nay 1 for my blood again flows fresh and To tho falling, fulling, of tho shower, that' sighs . Around tbe forest treol Tho city closes round me, I am old, . YH 'tis melody from country lunes I hear ?, Tho wintry season comoth with its cold, The hearth is dark, aud tho ond of all is Yet; love, tho city fadelh with its' pain ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 31 August 1867

lIpN TllIS DAY, I OPPOSITE TH'E NEWMARKET HOTEL, OBSKTBLL, NOTICE. NOTICE. NOTICB. CHEAP BOOTS. J BRADEN AND BENNETT BEG to inform tbe inhabitants of Grenfell and the surrounding districts that tbsy bavs purchased— for CASH— a large and well-assorted Stock of BOOTS, SHOES, AND MEN'S CLOTHING, AT AUCTION, Ex*' John Lawrence,' ' Woolloomooloo,' and tho -r Ninevah,' thereby enabling them to sell the eamo at Sydney Prices, for , CASH ' ONLY. ? , — ' ONE TRIAL Wilt FBOTI THE PA 0 T ! ' Hissing Friend* MCANNENY, JAMES.— ELIZA Is very anxious to hear from you. Writo tin mediately. Address No. 2, Little Prlham street, Carlton t or H. 0. THOMPSON, General Post-Office, Melbourne. £3 Reward. LOST, from Daley's Station, Weddin .Mountain, a BAY HORSE, branded WD near shnutdor, small star on forohead, and one OHESKUT PONY, branded S on 9 near shoulder, whito blaze down face. Tho bovo reward will be ptid up-m delivery of the two horses to Sir. DALE?, at Daley's Station, or upon receipt of such inf...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 31 August 1867

'JUILOIW WANTED. Highest wages , 8'°'' J. 0 BTBSA ! . ? George-street, Grenfell. I Wonted to Purchase, A TANK, to hold 4'JO or 600 Gallons. YOKKE, Melbourne Hotel; . Wanted, A BEER ENGINE, now or second-hand. YORKB, - ' . Melbourne Hotel. 1(t Wanted* Tenders for 200 cords of box FUtEWOOD, for nil Engine, 0 fret lengths. OLYUURN AND. 11 ANNAN, . Muthisou's Crushing Machluo. For Sale. A SMALL SHOP, situatod in the mo't Central part of George-street, Grenfell. Allpl'«'ATSOK BROS., Georgr-street, ? ? Grenfell. Notice. I HEREBY glvb notice that horses which have been placed in my care for agist ment, mutt be taken away by the owners within fourteen days from this timo, or they will be sold to defray expenses. JOHN DALEY, Weddln Mountain, August 31, 1867, Lost or Stolen, (£1 10s. Reword iT&trftyed, and £5 if Stolen, on conviction.) ONE BLACK HORSE, branded F in circle, bluzo down face, ono whito bind foot, supposed to be running near Cum mlngs's Sheep Station, The aboro reward wil...

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 31 August 1867

MARitlED, At Forbes, on th- 17tU by the Rev. Joseph Birnier, .Mr. Willuk Tiioush, storekeeper, of lAirhes, to the eldest daughter of Mr. Jauks Fikld, of the name pluce. On Monday, thn 12th iuslfil, hy the R-v Father L-iffau, Grenfell, Mr. JoUN Quia* t-BY, only son of .Mr. Simon Quigley, Donard, County Wexford, Ireland, lo Situs Mauoakkt M'Cautiiy, fifth .laughter of Mr. Justin M'Carthy, of Fort, Count v Limerick, I Maud. .

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
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NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 31 August 1867

. NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. Ail letters intended for.publication most b accompaniod by the reul namo and addres0 of the writer— not necessarily for publico* tion, but for the information of tbo editor.* THE MINING RECOUP. SATURDAY, AUGUST 31, 1807.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 31 August 1867

Ciuurio.s Socllsbs Bscs.— Of this mutch tbo S. M. Herald reports as follow* : — * The race can only be characterised as a diaap|K-int* ment, not (hat Hickey won— fur tta wus loudly cheered all through the «iiur«-e— but thut tho contcst was uot more close i indeed it was evident after the flnl mile tlml unless somo accident befel Hickey the raco was vir tually decidi-d, and it was a mere matter of time occupied in pulling over the course, and a question of disianco between tbo two boats at tho winning point, that kept alir- the in* terest in tho race, Hickey puhtd a st.-ady mechanical stroke from tbo start to thn finish, without upporent distress, and he only put on a*|spurt' for about 160 yards befure he came in ; nor did he evince signs of exhaus tion when taken out of (lie boat. Green oc casionally laboured and throw up more water in front of his oars tlinn is hi* wont ; his dip was scuro.-Iy so rapid us thai of his opponent; he had also to contend with the whsIi ol the strarmrs, ...

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
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THE NEW LAND ACT. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 31 August 1867

THE NEW LAND ACT. On Wednesday week Mr. Martin introduced tho Amonded Land BUI, which has been pro* mised by the Government for so long a time. Tho 'subject of tho new bill is one of'tlio .deepest interest to all daises in the country, and its principles will doubtless receive the v most searching investigation, and undergo Jm- great disousnon. jw We propose to give a brief abstract of tho 9£& measures: Thero aro, in the whole, 05 clauses, Hp and they are classified under throo heads. . wSji Part 1, containing 80 clauses, relates to pas* ?gg&X toral tenants. Part 2 has reference to c'on ; jHBs.ditional purchasers or ireo selectors \ and fland, and is headed ' Freehold Settlers.' . It would appear that, under part one, con* stderablo concessions aro mado to tho squat* ten. Clauses 3 and 4 give the power for' v. pastoral tenants to obtain leases of 15 years - \ instead of for i years as under, tbe presont \ Mt. The lessee, however, is to paynn#addi» tional 10 per cent,...

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LATEST TELEGRAM. [FROM GREVILLE AND CO.] SYDNEY—Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 31 August 1867

LATEST TELEGRAM. [PBOU OBBVILLB AMD CO.] SYDNEY— Friday, Garrett's motion for the Repeal of the Newspaper Tax is postponed for a month, Suttor has been elected for East Maequarie by a large majority. Green, the ex champion, it f try ill, and ti supposed to havo been drugged. The Governmont intend to ask for ? loan of £3,000,000 for railway purposes. Tbe Ministerial crisis in Victoifc is still unsettled. The markots,— Bullocks, £5 to £6; sheep, 12s. to 18i,

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
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EPITOME OF NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 31 August 1867

EPITOME Ui? NEWS. BoWDTiSir.— Certuin young men in Ba- ! thurst, some of whom cluim to bo called gen tlemen, seem to itnuijiijo that it is f-ood sport to frighten people iu tho night by breaking windows, and to annoy them by breaking, Unfa-intf, or destroying their *)#»?, Ito., and by sui-h ungentleniatily proceedings have lately been trying to umuse themselves at the expense of tht-ir neighbours. These young sparks had. hotter (ruse their fun, for a trap has been laid for them, and if they full into it they may depend upon it thut tho treat* ment they will reccivo will be anything but gratifying or consoling to their feelings. — ' Free Press.' Stabdiso it BathObst Gaol.— On Friday a prisoner named llolmes, in custody on tho charge of murdering a Chinaman, made a suiiden rush and secured the knife with which the prisoners' brt-ad is divided, and without provocation, immediately stubbed one of his lellow prisoners iu the breast] fortunately, the knllie struck one of tho bones and gla...

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
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TUESDAY, August 27th. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 31 August 1867

Tossday, August 27th. j Bowsn (Qobkxsukd).— Tho Government party returned yesterday from the Capo dig gings, They report unfavorable, MitLBOintKB.— Another great mooting here In support of the Ministry. ADJctAtD*.— Butcher's meat very cheap here— fore-quarters of mutton are selling at one shilling each.—' Whoat, 4s. 6d.

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
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SPORTING. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 31 August 1867

SPOUTING. 'Bell's Llfi- in' London' says ' Fisher- man, as a sire, is still the song sung by tho Australian journals, and paper war seems to rago furiouslv about tho son of Horon as it has douo with us over tho dovoted bodies of Voltigeur and others. Tho supportorA of Mr. Purr's old favourite havo ot present re cent results in their favour, as Fisherman's thrco year olds havo dono amazingly well, and auothcr big hundicui), with 500 sovs. added money, has been rocently carried off by a four year old daughter of his called Cowra. Thero is hotting (heavy and plenty of it) on tho Melbouruo Cup and othor im portant races to como, and wo still adhere to our repeatedly-expressed opiuion that Aus tralia will eventually staud noxt to tho Old Country alono in the zeal und success with which tho twin pursuits, horso breeding sud horso racing will bo followed up. Souetuino Liku an EriTAPH.— A tomb stono has recontly boon placed iu Bowcastle churchyurd, which, after giving tho name and ago of hi...

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
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LATE NEWS. MONDAY, August 26th. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 31 August 1867

LATE NEWS. Mokday, August 2Cth, Batuubst.— The result of tho polling of EhsI Mncquarin eWtinn is as follows :— Suttor,78l{ Forster, 253. —The police have captured -Brothcrton, charged witb cattle stealing, who has eludod thorn so Ion;. here on Saturday night in support of the Ministry. All tho newspaper* condemn tha Ministry. ' ' v ' ADEnrDB.— The difficulty with tbe un* employed still contines. Walker, road con* tractor, has offered 6s. to 6s. per day to men i only 01 uccepted. Government refuse to find futbiir work.

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CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 31 August 1867

CORRESPONDENCE. [Wo do not necessarily endorse the opin ions expressed by our correspondents.] FREEDOM OF SPlitiCU IN ENGLAND, 1 AND .MUZZLING OF THE SAilE IN AUSTRALIA. I TO TUB Buirou OP TUB UtHfKO BECOHD. | Stu— Uy tho lust uiuil from England we were placed in intelligence of the riots ut Diriuinghuni, owing to uu attempt on the part of uu organised mob to prevent the delivery of a series of lecturcs by one Murphy, bucked by tho Evangelical Alliunco— w hat* Iu older thut the boasted right of free ' spcecli in itngtuuu might uo uplielu, those in authority ut Birmingham not only disposed of the means within their reach to prevent n breach of tho law, but called in the inilitury from u distuueo to oopo with tho rioters, whose iutmition wus to put down by intimi dation und forco tho rugurioi of the outspok* iug Murphy. But, Sir, we, Uring at tho antipodes of the British Island,- must necessarily act altera reversod method in tho ubovo as well us other matters. Iu order to come to tho...

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
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PARLIAMENTARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 31 August 1867

PARLIAMENTARY. In tho Assembly, on Tuesday, Mr. Byrnes in answer to questions said that the Govern ment of NcwSoulh Wules and Victoria had agreed upon Ecliuca as the sito for a railway aud trade bridge. A discussiou arose as to the alleged expul sion of Dr. MeFnrlaue from a railway carriage by tho visitora to tho Lunatio Asylum. in reply to questions put by Mr. Jennings, sttteii thut it was not the intention of the Governmont to continuo the lino of telegraph from Wvntworth up tho Darling to Bourke, und thonse to connect with Tamworth) but thut a sum of £25,000 had been placed on Ibe Estimates for Ihe extension oftbe line from Tiimworth via Duuueduh, 'Weo Waa, and Walgett to Bourke. In the Assembly on Wednesday, Mr. Mar tin moved for learo to Introduce a bill to amend tho Laud lawa, and in so doing sketched out tha leading features of tbe 1 bill. Mr. Robertson said If appeared to him tbls I bill gave overythiog for tho squatterc and nothing to anybody else. Ic gave tbem tbe wholo of...

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