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HARRISON, JONES, & DEVLIN'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 12 August 1876
Harrison, Jones, & Devlin's Report. Wool : The very unsatisfactory state of the London market has caused a great depression here. The results of the sales were — fleece, 13id to 14id ; greasy 5id to Sid ; scoured skin wools, 13Jd to 17d. Since the sales we have been placed in possession of English telegrams up to 17th July, which, referring to the woolsales report no improvement upon last, intelligence, 1 the fall being from 15 to 20 per cent upon the same sales of last year, and we fear there are no immediate prospects of improvement. Most of the latter shipments will, we expect, leave heavy losses. Our sales were important. . Sheepskins : Considering the unfavourable aspect of the wool market, sheepskins sold remarkable well this week, the competition being good, and prices but little altered from those recently ruling. The results of the sales show thus : — Best skins, 5d. to 6d. ; medium, 3id to 4Jd ; pelts and short wool, 2d. to 3d. We cleared a pretty full catalogue at...
Commercial. SYDNEY. MORT AND CO.'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 12 August 1876
Commercial. SYDNEY. Mort and Co.'s Report. 'Wool : The most unsatisfactory news that has reached these colonies for a very long poriod regarding the European markets for our chief Btaple is that furnished by telegrams published here on the 14th and 19th of last month. Our last circular expressed an apprenonsion tnat tne London aalc3, commencing on tho 20th Juno would show an unfavourable result ; but tho information that has come through exhibits a far more gloomy state of affairs than could have been anticipated. Tho latest date is to 0th June, by mail via Suez, with telegraphic advices (via Galle) to tho 28th June. The latter quote a fall on the already low rates of April of 20 per cent, on medium and inferior wools, and 10 to 15 per cent, on the better classes. One of the published messages names the decline at 2id to 3d per lb. for washed and scoured, and an average of 2d per lb. on greasy, adding an intimation that prices will probably remain un altered until the close of the s...
POLICE COURT. FRIDAY, 11TH AUGUST. Before R. M. Vaughn, Esq., J. P. SUPPOSED CASE OF POISONING. [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 12 August 1876
- 'POLICE COURT. ' . ? Friday, 11th August. ? ; Before II. M. Vaughn, Esq., J. P. SUPPOSED CASE OF POISONING. Ah Young was brought up, under sus picion of causing the death of one Eliza Edye, the wife of Samuel Edye, by administering poison to her oil the previous evening. Senior-sergeant Lane deposed : Shortly after twelve o'clock this mnrniiur T of-. the lock-up, and I received information from a boy that the wife of Samuel Edye, had died suddenly ; I immediately proceeded to her residence, and found her lying on tho bed dead ; from the position of tho body, she appeared to have been poisoned ; from further inquiries I arrested the prisoner, Ah Young, about 2 o'clock this niorninjr, upon suspicion of causing deceased's death ; as an inquest will be held this afternoon, I pray . for the remand of prisoner to the Coroner's court. Remanded accordingly.
OUR STREETS. To the Editor of the Grenfell Record. [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 12 August 1876
OUR STREETS. To the Editor of the Grenfell Record. Sir, — I was very glad to notice that you drew attention, in your journal of tho 29th July, to the disgraceful condition of Forbes-street, from M'Connell's cornor up to tho Courthouso, and I can fully bear you out as to tho probability of there being an accident in it some day or tho other. I hear that a short timo back the Cowra coachman was all but precipitated from the box of his coach through the wheels of the vehicle going unexpectedly at night into ono of tho scarcoly-to-bo-avoided ruts. Thoro is no doubt, however, that tho repairing of it should be tho task of tho Government, considering that it is tho leading thnroughfaro to all tho public offices; but if they aro requested to do so and doclino, then I am confident that our towspeoplo will respond as heartily as they did for those of George-street, and should it bo found necessary thcro is always a mite rnadv from A HOUSEHOLDER. Grenfell, 10th August, 1870. Colonial Wine. — ...
THE INQUESTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 12 August 1876
The Inquests. On Wednesday morning Mr. R. B. Arm strong, coroner,' held two inquests at the dwell ing-house of Daniel Caldwell, Tipperary Gully. The first one wa3 on the body of a woman named Marianne Lilian Chaplaine, who was supposed to have been shot, and the second on t.llft hodv nf IjOlllfl TVOf.fwn T wlm nna Emnnn.a.1 to have shot the woman and afterwards poisoned himself. The first inquest was held upon the woman Marianne Lillian Chaplaine, and the following were the jury John Morrison (foreman), James Tait, Frederick' Welton, James Brophy, and John Dwyer. The evidences were as follows :— Inspector Sanderson deposed Between 9 and 10 o'clock on Tuesday night I received infor mation that a woman had been shot, and that a man had poisoned himself, at Tipperary Gully — that the man's name was D'Ottway, -.ind the woman's name Andrews ; in company with Dr. Temple and two policemen I hastened to the house of the deceased D'Ottway, near here ; on entering the hut of fofir rooms (two ...
SHOCKING TRAGEDY NEAR YOUNG. [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 12 August 1876
SHOCKING TRAGEDY NEAR YOUNG. In our last issue wo published a short para graph alluding to a shocking double tragedy (in which a man named D'Ottway, residing at Tipporary Gully, about three miles from Young, had shot his housekeeper, a Mrs. Andrews, and then committed suicide by poison), which had occurred on tho previous Tuesday night. In addition to the meagre particulars to hand then, we glean the following further information from tlie Burranqonq Chronicle of Saturday last, from which wo also extract the appended report of the proceedings at tho inquests. It would appear that D'Ottway's wife died about twelve months ago, leaving four children, and from that date the man appears to havo been an altered one. He afterwards engaged the mur dered woman, who gave her name as Mrs. An drews and stated that sho was a widow with one child, as housekeeper, he representing himself to be much better off than ho actually was. Letters were produced previous to the inquest which showed that her...
To the Editor of the Grenfull Record. [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 12 August 1876
To the Editor of the Grenfell Record. Sir, — I respectfully beg of you to grant me a favour by allowing me a small space in your paper, as I wish to return my sincere thanks to the gentlomon of tho Hospital Committee for their generosity on my behalf in admitting me free, for which I return my sincere thanks and gratitude. I also very kindly thank Dr Wades, who has spared no slnll to eflect a cure ; I thank the Matron (Mrs. Goodburn) and Miss Good burn for their kindness to me while an inmate of the institution ; I kindly thank tho Rev. Mr. Wilson and Mrs. Edward Warton for their influence on my behalf ; also the people of Grenfell, who so kindly assisted mo in my affliction. I remain, with gratitudo and sincerity, your humble servant, ELIZABETH NORRIS. Grenfell, 9th August, 1876.
Local Intelligence. COURT OP REQUESTS. TUESDAY, 8TH AUGUST. Before Messrs. Vaughn and Halls, J's.P. Henry Harley v. Margaret Bradshaw. [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 12 August 1876
Local Intelligence. COURT OF REQUESTS. Tuesday, Sth August. Before Messrs. Vaughn and Halls, J's.P. Henry Iiarlev v. Margaret Bradshaw. — £5, amount of damage done to cattle by keep ing them confined twenty-four hours without food or water. Defendant pleaded not indebted. i Plaintiff deposed : On the 22nd J uly last, defendant took twelve head of my cattle about 20 minutes to three, confined them in lion troivl lof. f'hom mi-fc tihnnf. flift anrnn I time next day ; they had no food or water ] during that time ; there were some steers just cutting their teeth among them, and the confinement was very hard on them ; none of them have yet died. To defendant : Shannon was at your place on that day ; he was also at my place ; the cattle were in very fair condition 'when you put them in, but they were very much worse when they came out. For the defence, Defendant deposed : The cattle looked very miserable when I took them ; I did not keep them in for twenty-four hours ; I put them in about...
EARL DERBY ON THE EASTERN QUESTION. London, July 15. [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 12 August 1876
EARL DERBY ON THE EASTERN QUESTION. London, July 15. An influential deputation of 40 members of Parliament, representing 571 gentlemen, waited upon Earl Derby at his official resi dence fo't the purpose of urging the neutra lity of England in case of a general war. Earl Derby, in replying, said he concurred with their object. The Government refused to nnnnnt the Berlin memorandum because n compromise was unfeasible, and was unaccep table to .tho Porte and the insurgents. The fleet now in Besika Bay would not take the initiative, but was there because England and all countries wish to prevent a massacre of their subjects. A general war was most improbable. France would certainly not go to war, and Germany and her people had no direct interest in a war, and England would not provoke hostilities. Austria was in a position, but her own self-interest would dictate peace. There was a powerful parly in Russia which desired that the Sclavonic Empire should bo under Russian guidance and infl...
Latest English News. THE EASTERN QUESTION. London, July 3. [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 12 August 1876
latest English. lews. [FROM THE IIEBiLD's TELEGEAJQ ] THE EASTERN QUESTION. London, Lilly 3.. Montenegro has declared war against Turkey, tho alleged reasons are : that the Porte blackaded the frontier, and then pro mised reforms that are impossible to carry out. London, Jnlv 4. The Servian troops crossed tho frontier, and had an engagement with the Turks, the latter report that the Servians wore repulsed with tho loss of 2000 men ; this is denied and the Servians further declare that they succeeded in an action on the eastern frontier of Bosnia. London, July 5. In tho House of Lords, Earl Derby, Secre tary of State of Foreign Affairs, in reply to Earl Camperdown, said that he did not believe the Russian officers, serving in the Servian army, were acting on the authority of the Russian Government. The Khedive of Egypt has sent two regi ments to assist the Turks. London, July 8. The Montenegrins are before Gatebo. The Servians report that General Search crossed tho frontier with troo...
UNCLAIMED LETTERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 19 August 1876
UNCLAIMED LETTERS. The following Unclaimed Letters are now lying at' tho General Post Office. Sydney, and parties applying for them are requested to give tho correct number of tho letter, with the date and number of tho list in which they may havo observed their name ; written applications from the country in addition to the foregoing, aro desired to mention from where the letters are expected, and any information tending to prevent an unnecessary transmission of the same. Sydney, 15th July, 1876. No. 14. ' . Ship Letters. ? 49- Brew John, Cudgelico Lako ; 9 .Kroft Mr. , Cowra' 18 Maybee G. ; Lachlan District.; 72 ' Morrisett .0. , .' Bland, . Morangorill (2) ; 7,4 Morrison R., Cudgollico' ; 38 Sparks C., Gren fell ; 17 Wig'moro W. W., Billy Bong Creek. ? . . ' Inland Letters. i 37 ? Barry F. 0. , Cowra ; 41i Barstiff Thomas, Marsdons. ,, 91 Chatplary Elms, Grenfell ; 164. Cole Mrs. Tlios. ,. care of Mr. Rothery, Cowra. 32 Davies and Son, Cowra ; 50 Day John, Gronfell. 23 Gardiner G...
MODERN PARAGRAPHING IN AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 19 August 1876
MODERN PARAGRAPHING IN AMERICA. ' TnAT was a bitter joke of the man in New ? Jersey who put a quantity of jalap : in some beer his friend was about to drink.' The funeral was very generally attended.' — - Exchange. We don't know who originated thejabove manner of stating a fatal occurrence, but it seems a very delicate way of putting it, and rmlds milnh hptt.or fhnn whan nnn nrmo ? 'He died amid the most horrible and excruci ating agonies.' We get the whole story suggestively, and without our 'sensibilities being shocked. This new style of paragraph ing affords a fine field for the exercise of ingenuity in conveying the intelligence that a man died. As, for instance, the following: — ' A man in New Hampshire, the other day, ate fifteen dozen raw oysters for a wager. The silver trimmings on his coffin cost twelve dollars thirty-five cents.' A young man in Louisville examined a keg of damaged gunpowder with a red-hot poker, to see if it was good. It is believed by his friends that he ...
CATHOLIC. [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 19 August 1876
CATHOLIC. Mass will bo celebratod at 11 a.m at— ' Young — Every Snnday. ' ' Goolagong, Lachlan River (schoolhouse)— Sun- day, August 20th. Grejifoll— Sunday August 27tli. Young— Opening now oliurch by tho Lord Bishop of Goulbnrn; on Sunday, November 5th, at 11a.m. General Jubilee commences -.on : Sunday, November 5th, at 7 o'clock in tho ovoning. Confirmation on Wednesday, ? Novombor 8th, at 10 o'clock a.m. Grenfoll. — Foundation-stone of now church laid and blessed by tho Lord Bishop of Goul- 1 burn, on Sunday, Novombor 12th, at 11 o'clock a.m. General Jubiloo commenco's i iiV_th ^-Temporary Schoolroom, at 7 o'clock I iri^Jho evening, Sunday, Novembor 12tli. Confirmation on Tuesday, November 14th, at 10 o'clock a.m.
HOW TO GO TO SLEEP. MR. BUTTERWICK'S EXPERIMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 19 August 1876
HOW TO GO TO SLEEP. ?' mr. TinTTritwiriK's E^PEnrirnNT. ? Mn. Butterwick, of Boxborotigh, hud a fit of sleeplessness one night lately, and after vainly trying to lose himself in slumber he happened to remember that he once read in an almanac that a man could put himself to sleep by imagining that ho saw a flock of sneep jumping over 11 imice, uuu uy cunuwug them ns they jumped. He determined to try the experiment, and closing his eyes ho fan cied tho sheep jumping, and began to count, ho had reached his one hundred and fortieth and was beginning to doze off, when Mrs. Butterwick suddenly said : ' Joseph !' ' 0 what ?' ? ' I believe that yellow hen of onrs wants to '.set.' ? ' / ;: ',0 don't hother mq-with : such nonsense as that now. Do keop. quiet and :go to sleep.' : : ' ? Then -Butter wick started his sleep, again, and commenced'to count. ; He got' up -to ono hulfflred and twenty, and was feeling as if he would drop off at any moment, when, just as his one-hundred nnd twenty-firs...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 19 August 1876
GRENFELL. — Impounded on the 16tli August, by Mr M'Dermott ; expenses to date lis 3d Bay mare, MM near shoulder, broken hoboles If not released, will be sold on Thursday, 7th September, 1876. Also from same place by same poi'Bon ; exponses, 6s. Id each — Bay colt, like JQ over NB near shoulder Black mare, TB over 2 near shoulder Bay yearling colt, supposed progeny of abovo Bay mare, hobbled, no visiblo brand Black yearling colt, supposed progeny of above, two hind and near fore feet white ? If not released, will bo sold at this Pound at noon on Thursday, 14th September, 1876. THOMAS HOLTEN, . , Poundkoeper. Church of England, GRENFELL. MONSTER TEA & MUSICAL SOIREE, In aid of tho New Church BUILDING FUND, ODDFELLOWS' HALL, Tuesday, 22nd August, (AGHICULTUllAL SHOW NIGHT.; Addresses will be delivered by Eev. Canon Smith, and a number of other gentlemen. Tea on the tables at half-past 6 o'clock. The addresses will bo interspersed by choice selections of VOCAL AND INSTRUMENTAL ;...
TABLE OF ARRIVAL AND DESPATCH OF ENGLISH MAILS. VIA SAN FRANCISCO. 1876. [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 19 August 1876
TABLE OF ARRIVAL AND DESPATCH OF ENGLISH MAILS. Via San Fbakoisco. 1876. ABBITAIi i DESPATCH Maroh 30, 1876 April 4, 1876 April 27 j May 3 May 25 i May 30 ( June 22 . i June 27 ' July 20 - July 25 August 17 j Aug 22 Sept. 14 j Sept 19 Oct. 12 1 Oct 17 Nov. 9 j Nov 14 Deo. 7 | Dec 12 THE SUEZ ROUTE. ABBrVAXi DESPATCH March 14 1876 March 16, 1876. April 11 April 11 May 9 ? Muy 9 Juno 6 - ' - ? June 6 ? July 4 July 4 Aug 1 Aug 1 Aug 20 Aug 29 Sept 26 Sept' 28 Oot 24 ; Oct 26 Nov21 Nov 23 Deo 19 - Deo 21 San Francisco. LETTERS, Not exceoding } oz. ... ... ... 0a 6d Not exceeding 1 oz. ... ? Is Od Evory additional i oz... ... ... 0s 6d Suez. - Not exceeding § oz ... ... ... 0s 6d Every additional i oz... ... ... Oa 6d Not exceeding i oz (via Brindisi) ... Os 9d Every additional £ oz ? 0s 9d Newspapers via San Francisco and Suez Id eaoh date. These rates will be the entire amount oharged upon letters to and from any part of the United Kingdom, or of the colony. [The abovo dates are those ...