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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 21 September 1867

Gbhnpell Mutual Iupboyembnt Society, —On Tuesday lost a meeting of tho mombers of this society took place, Mr. Patcman in tho chair. Several matters of detail as to tbo futuro mauagoment of tho eocicty wero ar ranged. Rules wero ugreod to; it boiug understood, wo bolievo, that thoy aro not jut perfected and complete, but will bo shortly, tho members for their approval. Tho rule agreed to for thu admission of members is that applicants for membership shall bo introduced and ballottcd for, and shall pay a sum of one shilling per month. Tho society will as soon as possible procure somo suit ablo room for tho members to meet . in, and will mako arrangements for a course of lecturcs. Wo do not think anything has yet been said about 'periodicals, orjnewspapors} in fact tho wholo alluir is as yet in its infancy, | and the meetings hitherto held have only : assumed a conversational form. From tho spirit with which tho idea of founding such a society has been met, and tho expressed in tentio...

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GRENFELL COURT OF REQUESTS. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 19. (Before the Police Magistrate.) [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 21 September 1867

GRENFELL COURT OP REQUESTS. TnnuDir, SsrrsuozB 10. (Beforo tho Polico Magistrate.) Webb r. HefTernan. — Claim £10, for over* ehargod goods supplied.— Caso dismissed. ' Webb t. 0 rente. — Claim £3 12s., for work and labour (lotie. — Verdict for plaintiff for full amount. Pcidemonto r. Mitchell.— No appearance of either parties. Quail t. Nye. — Claim £3 12»., for rent and goods supplied. — Vcrdict for plaiotiff £!S 6s. I Punts t. Forbos. — Claim £1 12a, Od. goods ] J supplied.— Vcrdict for plaintiff— timo given, I Williams t. Mitchell.— Claim £4 10s.— Verdict for defendant. Portor r. Oilier.— Claim £6.— No appear anco of cither parts. O'Koefo and another t. Brian,— CIaim|£10 for work and labour done.— Defondant put in a set olT.— Vcrdict for plaintiffs £2 15. 8utton r. Grahutn.— Claim £3 6s. Gd.— Adjourned till next court. Williams t, Coslcllo.— Claim £4 3s. Od.— Verdict for plaintilT, (o bo paid ten shillings pcrwwk. Slioahan r. Brown.— Claim £2 18s.— Plain* tiff non-suited. Armstron...

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CORRESPONDENCE. [We do not necessarily endorse the opinions expressed by our correspondents.] TO MR. FRANK RIVERS. PER FAVOUR OF THE MINING RECORD. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 21 September 1867

- CORRESPONDENCE. [Wo do not necessarily endorso tho opin ions expressed by our correspondents.} TO MB. FRANK RIVERS. FEB FAVOCB OP THE UtMXO 11ECOJID. Sib,— In tlio 'Miner' of tho 1-lth instant you aro pleased to parade my uauie iu a letter headed 'Anomalies,' wherein you strangely furnish tho publio with an ' olla podrida, embracing leading politicians, bushrangers dead or alive, dancing taverns, tho gallows, thrco or four clergymen lecturing publicly ou tho dangers of infidelity, and then, coming to tho real intent of your auotnalous epistle, S)U let tho publio inroa secret, which is— that cdcll is an infidel, that ho attacks tho Biblo, that you do not bcliovo ail tho whilo you call him au infidel that ho is one, and that, juit to give an airing to tho moutdering books in his library, your Christian champion's Iceturo was seized upon for tho occasion. You compliment me, certainly, my dear sir, on my ' toiling too hard to bo an infidel,' and my ' circumspection of living,' but I h...

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 21 September 1867

As theso races draw near, much interest is felt in thoin by tho sporting community, and (as has been my custom on former occasions) 1 will endeavour to let your readers know from timo to timo, as much as possiblo about tho nags onguged in thu various und liberal events already frequently advertised by tho Jockey Club. Tho entrances, although not to numerous as might bo expected, aro novortholess good, aud wo ore promised somo excollont sport, from tho fact that several of tlief Rondwick ' cracks' having been entered for tho great events oftho meeting. Tho Handicaps for tho Bathurst Cup, Jockey Club H&ndicop, and Great Western Handicap, havo been issued, but in tho opin ion 'A your correspondent aud several of tho most noted of our sportsmen, aro not so successful as thoso of fuTmcr years. Tho sys tem of handicapping has been no doubt intro duced to bring horses of difl'cront classes aud capabilities to an cquulity, and to excito a greater interest in racing matters by tho ge...

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TO THE EDITOR OF THE MINING RECORD. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 21 September 1867

[?] Sib— Tlio correspondent of .tho ' Widdin Mountain Guzctto' lino scut to that journal tho undermentioned paragraph, which, for baro-fuced untruth and viudictivcncis sur passes any tlnnc 1'vo seen in print for somo time. ^ Tint unhappy penny.o«finor— tho samo individual who hus mudo himself so notorious in tho 'Yass Courier' of late— soys:— 'Lust Tuosdavovoning wo ought tj huvo had a to confirm tho Taws passed by tho Committco lately elected, but thero tccu't to exist a geno* I ral fceliug of distrust to tho members of that 1 committo, that nobody would attond, and bo no meeting took pluco. Wo cortainly must deplore this stato of things, especially in rcspcct to a publio and charitable Institu tion, whoro private quarrels should ccaso; but without cpccial comment on our part, ' wo nro greatly afraid as long as tbo commit- I tee is iu ofllce and carries out Utmanwuvrts, 1 tho publio will feel littlo interest in tlio insti tution itself, ond lest confidcnco in tho com* mitte. To rai...

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE TRAGEDY OF QUERETARO. TO THE EDITOR OF MINING RECORD. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 21 September 1867

THE TRAGEDY OF QUERETARO. [?] Siu— In last week's issue ofyourcstimablo and accoptablo journal, I read with somo surpriso tho remarks mado on tho fate of Maximilliau by one who signs himsolf ' Rc publicau.' The writer wants tho publio to sympathiso with tho murder of tho unfortunate Em* j poror, and is indefatigably elaborate in justi- I Ho attempts to strengthen his argumont by lauding tlio brarery of Juarez ; but ho ap- I pears to bo insensible to tho fact that too ' generality of your readers know humanity to I be the noble characteristic of a truo victor. 1 It is natural to ho moved to odmiratiou at tho horoio exploits of a great man ; but, if tho samo individual commits an act that is palpably wrong and ropugnant to our feel* havo us— sanction ono at tho expense oftho I other. If ' Republican' were candid nnd fair, lio might havo given us moro information ro- | spocting tho known qualities and character of i Maximilian, and of tho circumstanccs which j induced him to acccpt of ...

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 — 28 September 1867

THOMAS NELSON, SODA-WATER, LEMONADE, GINGER-BEER 1 AND CORDIAL MANUFACTURER, GRENFELL. THE advertiser begs to notify to tho publicans of Grenfell, and of tho Emu Creek gold flold generally, that he has just received from Sydnoy a first-class NEW SODA-WATER MACHINE, manufactured by Hayward, Tyler, aud Co., London, and containing all the latest itn* . provomcnts for the propor manufacture of this refreshing bovcrogei by which he will } be ablo to prodnco an article equal to tbo celebrated Scbwoppo's, and suporior to anything yot introduced on theso goldfields. ; LEMONADE of tbo flncst quality and flavor also manufactured by machinery. NELSON'S CORDIALS havo obtained celebrity in tbo neighbouring colony of Vie-., toria, and in New South Wales, and he has no hesitation in recommending them to his patrons as unequalled by anything eithor manufactured in thecolonics, or imported.' \ In thanking tho Licensed Victuallers of tho district for their very liberal support, sinco ho commenced bus...

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 — 28 September 1867

Tho Treasury, Now 8outh Wales, 15th August, 1807. Payment of AssossmentofBons, HOLDERS of RUNS in tho Second Class Settled and Unsettled Districts, liable tb Assessment undor tho Incroasod Assess incut Air iho pnuent year, must be paid iuto tho Treasury on or before tbo 30th Sep tember us usual. Lists, showing tho names of runa, and tho amount ofoaseaamcnt duo on each, will bo oxamincd, and checkod, if depo sited in this Ofllco for thut purpose, uot later than 1st proximo. GEOFFREY EAGAR. TYGONG BREWERY. Preliminary Notice. PUTNEY and GRANT beg to notify to Publicans and others thst thoy havo comtncncod business as Malt Browors aud Cordial Manufacturers, at tho Sovcn-Milo. ' Putnoy'a Boor' enjoyed a high roputati n on tho Victorian Gold-Fields, and lio is the j original introducer of several of tho most ! popular Cordials used in hotels in this and | ho neighbouring colonics. T. REECE & CO., IRON AND BRASS FOUNDERS TREEOE AND COMPANY bog to in ? form the owners of Quartz-Cru...

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE EPISCOPAL GATHERING IN ROME. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 28 September 1867

THE EPISCOPAL GATHERING IN ROME. Tho Public Consistoiy was hold in Romo on Thursday, Juuo 21, und was attondod by sumo 400 Bishops from till parts of tho world. Thu l'ouo, in his allocution, praisod tho zeal thoy had exbibitod in coming to Romo, and their attachment to tho Seo. Ho said that thooxainplo oftho union of the Church to cclobrato tho canonisution of tho martyrs and tho 18th Centonniul of iho Murtyrdoin of St. power of thu Church. Tho Popo also con llrmued tho condemnation of errors of Do comber 8, 1(304, ond cxprcssod a desire to convoko ut au early day a council to repair ullocutiou was closed by a bestowul of a bonodictiou upon tho Bishops. Thero aro ?150 biihops, and 30,000 clergy in Rome. Auioug theso aro four American Archbishops, ono from each of tho following cities: Balti more, St. Louis, New Orleans, aud Cincin nati} also 22 American Bishops. When tbo Popo received tbo American clcrgy, thoy prcscutcd to bim 200,000 dollars iu gold. Tho model of tho yacht Henriett...

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE TRAGEDY OF QUERETARO. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 28 September 1867

THE TRAGEDY OF QUERETARO. (From tlio 'Duily News.') Tho rumour that Maximilian of Austria has boen executed at Querctato, although resting on no bettor authority than tho report current last week that ho was returning to Europo, appears to bo generally occcptcd as true. T/to character of tho captors, it is said, makes tho announcement only too probable \ Juurex, woorotold, is a semi-savage, relont lcssly cruel, and in that respect a typo oftho raco. As to tbo truth of tho report, wo havo 110 opinion to offer, but, if evory now rumour is held to furnish a fittiug occasion for ro viewing tho connection of Maximiliau with M«xico, wo may tako tho opportunity of pointing out ono or two facts which aro no cessary elements of a final judgment, whether upon the ex.Empcror or tho Mexicans, but 01 which some of our contemporaries aro strangely forgetful. It wus ho— a European prince, who prolcssod to havo gono to Moxico to aow tho seeds of civilization— who inter rupted the humauities of war,...

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MISCELLANEOUS. THE VISIT OF THE SULTAN—THE NATAL REVIEW. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 28 September 1867

MISCELLANEOUS. THE VISIT OP THE SULTAN— THE . NATAL REVIEW. The naval review in houour of tho Sultan took placo at Spithcad, on July 17. Thcro was a fleet of men-of-war such as has never liithcrto beon brought. together} there wcro ? fleets of yachts, fleets of pleasure boats, royal and illustrious visitors iu numbers, Nothing was wanted to insure success but fair winds and clcar skies, and it was exactly this essen tial tuat was wanting. Tiio morning, indeed, broko flno and clear, with that ominous gray, watery tint, which always forebodes a sum mer gale, aud sometimes a sovoro ono. Every body hopod ugainst liopo that it would at last clcar up, but tho mist ouly thiskenod as the wiud freiheuod, with angry squalls of cold, biting rain. The sea camo rolling iu heavily ou tho beach at Southsca, whero it broko in clouds of spray, aud tho ships in tho heavy swell outsido wero dipping to their anchors in a way which showed it was impossible for small boats to get olf from or couio alongs...

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 28 September 1867

NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. Alt letters intended for publication must bo aocompauied by tho real name and address | of tho writer— not necessarily for publica tion, but for the information of the editor. THE MINING RECORD. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 16C7.

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HOME! [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 28 September 1867

HOA1E ! I 'Oh ! ligmo is whero tho heart is.' What Iho peasant loro his lowly humblo cot ? Becauso it is ' bis own.' Jio'll thero partake Of peaco and rcat, and toil will be forgot. Why do wo lovo our native vale so well P Why docs tho Grcenlanderprofcr tho snow — The freezing regions of his mountain dell— To all tho comforts England's homes bestowed. He loves tho deserts of his own dear home, Though WB can seo so charms, Otto hearts Bat well hh loves them, for they aro ' his And will bo .'dear .whilo memory shall Nor can wo lovo his land— it is not 'ours,' We cannot lovo what is not .'ours' to Like to a wanderer, 'mid foreign bowers, Whoso thoughts still linger with his homo 80 will the- heart still 2nd a waling placo, Whero love meets lovo 1 not long can e'er itToam ??? . Whore, of the heart's truo homo, it finds , It only dwells among tho loved, 'its own.' SlBLLA. Grenfell, 2Glh September, 18G7.

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
POLITICAL PARTIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 28 September 1867

POLITICAL PARTIES. Ip we moy judgo from tho report of recent - Parliamentary proceedings, and from rumours which reach us in various ways, it-would seem as if thcro wore sowo misunderstanding amongst tho morabors of tho Government, mud considorablo distrust in the Assembly, as to the capacity of tho presont administration to deal with tho public questions they havo recently brought forward. It appears as if it were just a choico of evils, cithor to put up with Mr. Mabtin and his colleagues, who form a coalition of the most iucongruous ' materials j or to place in power an oppoai tton, weak, disunited, und with no recognised lieail op lentlor. It has boon evident now for somo timo that tho present Premier is pot a popular man. As u highly educated .and clever lawyer, a. tluent speaker, and a good tactician in tho Assembly, he stands pre-eminent ; ,as a man trusted by thepeople, and looked up to ns a statesman of enlargod views, ho is not believed in. Thero is an instinct in the popul...

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ORIGINAL POETRY. ALONE! [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 28 September 1867

ORIGINAL POETItY. : ALONE ! [WBtTTUN DUBIKO ILLKBBS.l I've grieved o'er others woes, And triad - By friendly acts to gire relief j ; 1'to wept in sympathy, besido Tbo couch of weariness and grief. _ I But whilo I felt for others wool, Ah! thcro were nonoto comfort mo, In whom I could my griefs reposo— Not ono I lorod, to caro for mo. Not one I prised, to call ' miao own,' When siokuoas, cares, and pain, distressed . me j Wbocame, to soothe the sinking soul, And kindly, say to me, ' God bless thoo 1' The sunbeam rests upon tho deep, But ah! how doep tho depths below j And smiles may hide the hearts that weep, Tho cold, cold, world should never know. . For false tho cruol, hoartless crowd, Which smiles alono wlion hearts aro light j Ah! its approval then is loud, But changes in dark sorrow's night. In childhood I was over loved, With true and fond affection reared, With many a kind and loving word, By many a lis of lore endeared. Oh! happiest thoy of lovo posseas'd Whon thoso most dea...

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
EPITOME OF NEWS. THE SINGLETON MAIL STUCK-UP BY BUSHRANGERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 28 September 1867

EPITOME OE JNWS. THE SINGLETON MAIL STUCK-UP BY BUSHRANGERS. The up-counlry mail from Singleton was stuck up by a bushranger shortly after 1 o'clock on Saturday, 21st iust., between tho Chain of Ponds and Lemou'e Bridge. Tho coach was taken somo 300 yards off tho main road iuto tho bush and tho mail bag. ran sackcd, except the Dunmati mail. Thero wcro tnreo passengers on tiie mail— one woman and child. Tho bushranger had a woollen comforter round his mouth, which, falling off, discovered his face, lie had a moustache and beard, and was mounted on a black horso. He was afterwards seen leading a bay horse, with tho mail bags. Your correspondent was at Quest's, Chuin of Ponds Inn, when tho in. formation arrived, which caused considerable sonsation among the inmates. Your corres* pondent, with others, immediately storied in pursuit, but unfortunately without success, only discovering traces of whero tho occur* rcnco took place. It seems remarkable that a teamster who was working on tho ...

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 — 28 September 1867

Notice. A LL STOOK trespassing on the ROGO 1\. ROQOLONG RUN after this date 1 wilt bo impounded forthwith. GIBSON BROTUERS. Sltb September, 1867. Notice. THE undersigned, being about to retire from business, respectfully requests that all persons indobted to him will pay thoir ac* counts within ouo mouth from this date. All unsettled accounts at tbo expiration of that timo will bo sued for indiscriminately. WILLIAM HOLMAN. Grenfell, 27th Sept., 1807. NOTICE. COPIES OF THE « MINING RECORD' cau bo obtaiuod, at all limes, oftho fol lowing parties - Towns Mr. F. W. BARBER, opposito tho 'Albion Hotel,' Georgo-stroct. Mrs. M'LAUCHLAAr, next tbo Princess' Theatre, George-street. Sevbn-Milb : , ' Mr. SIPPELL, Tobacconist, Main-street. NOTIOE. To Intending Subscribers. - HAVING been solicited by a number of the inhabitants of Grenfell, the Soveit milo, and othor parts of the district, to enrol their names os permanent subscribers to tbo 'RECORD,' tho proprietors havo decided on adopting that...

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SPORTING. From Colonial and English Papers. RACES TO COME. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 28 September 1867

SPORTING. From Colonial and English Papers. RACES TO COME. Grenfell — November Oth, 7th, and 8th. . Buthurst— 2oth, 2t3lh, and 27th Sept. Murrurundi— September lllawarru— October 3rd und 4th. V. R. C. (Melbourne) Spring Meeting— Oc- tober 31st, and November 1st and 2nd. Wugga Wapga— November 21st and 28nd. Homebush Spring Meeting— November 30th. Bourke— December 22nd. l'ouritb— Decembor 2(ltb and 27th. Parramatta— December 20th and 27tb. V. R. C. (Melbourne), Now Year's Doy Meeting— January 1st, 18GS. Tattorsall's Club New Year's Day Meeting— , 1st January, Southern Tusiuauiau Meeting— January 22nd ; 23rd, aud 21th. | Luunccston Champion Cup Meeting — Febru- 1 18th. 19th, and 20th.

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 — 28 September 1867

J01I7 GILMORE will hear of something ? ti] his advantage by calling at tho ' Priro of Wales' Hotel. J ? Tenders. 11EIDEHS required for tho supply of . {IREWOOD, for an Engine, in six feet lonely- -Rp1JERT JJOPKIBK, I ? Revan and Co's Maohino, f ? Stan Gully. I . Tenders.; 11BDKRS wanlod for tho supply of 0000 . FEET SAWN TIMBER (stringy burk), artdOSOO IRON-DARK SHINGLES. Ap plyo j ? II. WEHRMANN k CO., ? . I - , . Butchers, /' ? OeorgP'Strcet. t Blasting Powder for Sole, T / 25-lb. KEGS. Knquiro Mr. COLIN J CAMPRKLL, O'flriou's Reef. ? ? / £1 Reward, OST, a Ray Mare, branded HJ on near U shoulder, aud S off shoulder. Tho ?\ovo reward will bo paid on delivery to Mr. %UIUOE D ALTON, Butsher, at tho head o^ho Old Lead, Grenfcll. . V Caution. ? rptE public aro hereby cautioned acuiust XI cither lending money, giving credit, or pumusing any'interest hi shares in tbo Tya* gon Roofs from my sonj THOMAS H'alATH, ho boing undor ago, and uot auttrisod to contract debts or to dispose of unyfi...

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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NEW RULES OF BETTING. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 28 September 1867

NEW RULK3 OF BETTING. The following aro tho amended rules of betting which huvo boon agreed to by tho Comiuittco of tho Australian Tattersalls und tho Victorian Subscription Room. Wo bo lievo they wcro adopted without alteration at tho meeting ou Monday night, but wo havo not been favored with any lutimation of tho fuot, by tho Secretary of TattoraaU's. 1. 111 all bets tncro must bo a possibility to win when tho bet is made j you cannot win when you canuot lose. 2. Tho interests of tho bets nro insoparablo with the interest of the stakes, except when the winning horso it disqualified owing to o default in making stakes. 3. All doublo bets must bo considered ' play or pay.' 4. Confirmed bets cannot be 'of! except by mutual couscut or by incidents hereafter mentioned, viz.— Firsts Either of tho Bet* tors may demand stakes to be made fourteen days before the race is ruu, upon proving to the Committee of tho Rooms that ho has just causo for so doing. If ordered, the bets must be covered...

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
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