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Commercial. SYDNEY. MORT AND CO.'s RETORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 23 September 1876
Commercial. SYDNEY. V'.; ' Mort and Co. 's Rei-out. ' Wool. — The sales passed off very quietly this week, tho quantity offered having been unimpor tant, and not of a character to afford a reliable tost of the condition of the market. A few fairly sized parcels of the new olip will, however, Bhortly bo submitted, the sale of which will afford some criterion of tho probable range of value during the earlier part of the season/ Sheepskins were in unusually large supply this week, but nearly all offered found buyers at about the rates recently current. Tallow. — The supply was limited to-day, but prices much about tho Bame, there being no lots very tempt ing to shippers and the trade buying sparingly. Hides. — Thore was no improvement in this market, but heavy weights in good condition realised about the values current last week, light to medium being rather dull of sale. We sold a lajge number at 3d to 3Jd for medium to heavy in good condition ; a number of inferior conditioned lots w...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 23 September 1876
AUSTRALIAN ( JOINT STOCK i'A.NJL GRENFELL BRANCH. ? i: ?'.! pURRENT Accounts opened. » . s r r 1 1 * ; L ; : ^ V-J Interest allowed on fixed deposits. : Drafts issued on the chief towns in'' the Australian Colonies, and England, ' Ireland; ? :i and Scotland. ? f Advances made, bills discounted, iand' all usual banking business transaoted. i -i'i' j -nm ; it i J. J. ANDERSON, /; « -g ? Manager.'''. WHEAT EASTERN 1 i , f;, george-ktreet/ '' &E0E6E STOKES BEGS 1 to inform' his firiends arid' the public ? -'that1 he - has' purchased the1 GREAT ?-. EASTERN HOTEL, lat ely in the occupation J r of Mr.' Stibbard, and 'w'hieh will bo conducted in a manner which must g;rve every satisfaction. I The whole of the Hotel has been' put into. , thorough repair, and vis li tors can rely upon receiving every attention .and comfort. ' ' 1 r The stock of Wines, Spirits, and Beers hae a been selected with great c.are, and will be found vW equal to any in the distric t. ^ Apartments for private f...
SALE OF CROWN LANDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 23 September 1876
SALE OF CROWN LANDS. At tho Police Office, Grenfell, ?On Wednesday, tho 18th day of October, 1876. 1 COUNTRY LOTS. ? Area, 40 acres each. Upset price, £1 per acre. County Bland, parish Mininjary. Lot A, portion 6, adjoining the northern bound ary of William Cummings' conditional pur chase No. 11, of 40 acres. Bland East Run. 76-13,899 j B. 296-1,946. Lot B, portion 8, respectively adjoining the eastern and northern boundaries of Wil liam Cummings' conditional purchases Nos. 7 and 9, of 40 acres each. Bland East Run. 76-13,899 ; B 296-1,946. Lot C, and D, portions 12 and 13, adjoining the southern boundaries of William Cummings' conditional purchases Nos. 10 and 11, of 40 acres each. Bland East Run. 76-13,899 ; B. 296-1,946.
HARRISON, JONES, & DEVLIN'S REPORT [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 23 September 1876
Harrison, Jones, & Devlin's Report Leather. — Sales very dull this week, and amount of business done rather limited. Good dressed lines, however, remain in fair request, but inferior and medium parcels are difficult to quit. Sole in demand for shipment, at fair prices considering the low state of the English market. Quotations— Sole (best), 8id to 9d ; shipment, 7;d to 8id ; kip (best) 16d to 17d ; medium, 13d to 14d : harness, 12d to 13-Jrd ; cow tweed 23d to 24d ; horse ditto, 18d to 20d ; calf 31d to 33d ; bridle, lis to 13s 6d. Wool.— The sales held this week were made up of insignifi cant catalogues, which would give no idea of the prices likely to rule for the new clips. No new wools have as yet been offered, although several small lots have arrived in Sydney, and until some fair parcels are submitted to the buyers by public auction, no correct estimate of prices to rule for the new wools can be formed. Sheepskins. — The market showed no sign of improvement this week. ...
THE SUEZ ROUTE. [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 30 September 1876
THE SUEZ ROUTE. . ' ABBZVAL - - , ? j DESPATCH - ? Maroh 14 1876 : March 16,-1876.; April 11 April 11 . May 9 May 9 ' 'Juuo 6 . , i June 6 # July 4 July 4 ' . ? Aug 1 : Aug 1 ' Aug 29 Aug 29'' : : '? Sopt 26 r Sept ? 28' ' Oot 24 Oct 26 Nov21 ' Nov 23 ' ' Deo 19 , ' -Dee 21 San Francisco; , J ' LETTBBB,'. ...-???? Not exceeding i oz; ... ... ' ... Os 6d Not exceeding 1 oz. ... ... . ... Is Od Every additional i oz,;. , ... . ... Os 6d Suez. Not exceeding £ oz ... ... ? ,., Os 6d Evory additional i oz... ... ... Os 6d Not exceeding i oz (via BrindiBi) ... Os 9d Every additional i oz ... ... Os 9d Newspapers via San Francisco and Suez Id each date. These rates will bo tho .entire amount . charged up^n letters to and from any part of tho United Kingdom, or of tho oolony. [Tho above dates aro thoso of tho arrival and despatch of the mails to and from Grenfell ] Registered lotters, paokets, or newspapers aro requirod to bo postod within a reasonable time (not oxceeding one hour) boforo t...
On Wednesday, 1st November. 1876. COUNTRY LOTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 30 September 1876
On Wednesday, 1st November, 1876. COUNTRY LOTS. .... Area, 40 acres each. Upset price, £1 per acre. County Monteaglo, parish Tyagong. Lots A and B, portions 2 and 3, respectively adjoining the southern and northern boun daries of J. Borton's conditional purchase of 40 acres, No. 1, Bumbalclry Run. 72 12,968 ; M. 1,704-1,780. Exclusively of a road 1 chain wide. Area, 49 acres. Upset price, £1 per acre. County Monteagle, parish Brundah. Lot C, portion 13, adjoining the southern boun dary of C. J. Ingroy's conditional purchase of 40 acres, No. 14, and adjacent to the ?western boundary of C. J. Ingrey's condi tional purchase of 320 acres, No. 21, Brun dah Run. 76-10,355 ; M. 1,602-1,780. Exclusively of a road 1 chain wide.
GRENFELL POST-OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 30 September 1876
GRENFELL i'OST-OFFICE. Office hours (working days) from,9 o'm. to 1 p-m. and from 2 p.m. to 6 p.m. ; On Stindays, Christmas any, and Good Friday, the office will open for the daivery of letters only between the hours of 9 a.m, and 10 am. ARRIVAL AND DISPATCH OF MAILS AEEIVALB. From Sydney, Melbourne (seaborn), Oowro Carcoar, Canowindra, Bathurst, Mudgoo Gulgong, Tambaroora, Hill End and Sofala — Daily (Mondays excepted) at 10 p.m. From Melbourne (overland), Young, Wagga Wagga, Burrowa, Yobb, Goulburn, Albury and Deniliquin — on Tuesdays and Fridays, at 6 p.m. From Forbes, Parkes (Bushman's), Goolagong, Orange, Wellington, and Dubbo — on Sundays and Wednesdays, at 6 p.m. From Morangorell, Temora, (Tbo Rooks), Coora mundra, and tho Murrumbidgoe — on Tuesdays atll a.m and Thursdays at 9 p.m; From Marsdeno (tho Bland), Wollongough, and Humbug Creek — on Mondays and Thursdays, at 6 p.m. From Wood'B Creek — on Tuesdays, at 11a.m. DBPABTUBEB. To Sydnoy, Melbourne (seaborn), Cowra, Carcoar,...
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 30 September 1876
The Standard is informed that orders have been received at Gibraltar that the victualling stores to be kept in stock at that place are on no account to be allowed to get below such quantities' as would be sufficient to victual 2000 men for six weeks, irrespective of supplies for the Channel squadron. The San Francisco News Letter of the 17th of Juno says : — ' Last Suuday it was noticed that exactly twelve of our prominent ministers failed to officiate at their posts, and this with out due notice in advance. Several of tho churches were closed, and at the rest the services were conducted by assistants and de puties. The reason for this has just come to light. A wicked and wordly young lady (whose name we hold in reserve) was sufficiently inspired by tho enemy of man and religion to write a note to each of tho three dozen pastors, late on the Saturday previous. These missives were all on tinted and perfumed paper, and written in the big slanting hand peculiar to nine hundrod and nine...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 30 September 1876
POTT I E'S HORSE, CATTLE, SHEEP, AND HUMAN DRUGS. I have just completed an arrangement With the manufacturer of these Celebrated' Goods to keep me constantly supplied with a- largo assortment of his most famooB drags. This arrangement will enable me not only to upply Squatters and Farmers, but also Stores and Retail Houses in general, Orders over £10' receive a liberal discount. In bringing this notice before the pliblic, it is right for me to state what has been said by gentle men ef unimpeachable veraoity, viz., that the SCOTTISH HIGHLAND OIL Is the Most Remarkable Medical Discovery of the Age, And is possessed of the most extensive range of action, It not only Heals Ordinary Wounds, but tho Worst Forms of Ulcerated Legs. Its action in Lumbago Neuralgia Rheumatism Bad Legs Goat Deformed Feet Ib most extraordinary, often driving a.vay the pain during its application, and effectiug curea on peoplo after 6, 8, 10, and 30 years of torment and agony. Ladies and Gentlemen of the very hi...
THE SKELTON IN THE CLOSET. [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 30 September 1876
THE SKELTON IN THE CLOSET, , (New York Tribune.) Crowds of young poople in New York hurried through the golden gates of matri mony during the laBt two weeks of February ; for even in churches in which the fast of Lent is not observed there is a prejudice against wedding in so gloomy a season. The columns of society papers, which have been filled with descriptions of bridal receptions, | trousseaus, and presents, have ceased to glow for a few weeks, and the newly-married folk have leisure to arrange their possessions, take stock of their capital of youth, fortune, and love, and to settle down to make such use of it as seems best to then. The Triboke willingly throws in a word .of advice as tho fittest of wedding gifts. It is that they care fully search house, baggage, and . hearts, and see that, as they set out on the long journey together, they take no skeletons along with them. Your novel-writer, playwright, and p.'iet, find tho inevitable ghastly tenant of the closet a mighty usef...
THE BOY THE POODDE, AND THE BEETLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 30 September 1876
,THB BOY yTHEi POODDE, AND THE j ' ' - BEETLE. ?The minister gave out his text and droned along monotonously through on argument, which was so prosy that many o head by and by began to nod. Presently Tom bethought himself of a treasure he had, and got it out. It was a large black beetle with formidable jaws — a ' pinch-bug' he called it. It was in a percussion. cap box. The first thing the beetle did was to take him by the flngor. A natural fillip followed, the beetlo went floun dering into the. aisle, and lit on its back, and the hurt finger went into the boy's mouth. The beetlo lay there working its helpless legs, unable to turn over. Tom eyed it, and longed for it, but it was safe out of his reach. Other people, uninterested in the sermon, found relief in the beotle, and tJiey eyed it too. Presently the vagrant poodle uog came idling along, sad at heart, lazy with the summer softness and the quiet, weary with captivity, sighing for change. He spied the beetle ; the drooping tail ...
UNSOLD. [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 30 September 1876
UNSOLD. . - (Liberal Review.) -'y.o'i The faded beauties who have been . exhibited year after year in the marriage market with out effect, and so havo come to be regarded as unsaleable, are tho recipients of a great deal of oompasaion. Nearly every ono seems to have something kind to say in reference to them, though if what is uttered is, for the most part, Btrictly accurate, one cannot well avoid coming to the conclusion that the un happy objects are themselves responsible for their unenviable condition. It appears, from ?what is stated by their charitable commisera tors that they have thought too much of themselves, have put on too many airs, have displayed more ill temper than marrying men like to see in women, , have betrayed 1 their extravagant tendencies, or have in some ether manner scared away pigeons who have drawn nigh unto them, and might have been plucked. Failing all this, it is implied that they have been foolisji enough to set their hearts upon a particular person, wh...
Commercial. SYDNEY. MORT AND CO.'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 30 September 1876
Commercial. SYDNEY. Mort and Co.'s Report. Wool. — Account sales just received of tho London sales to 20th July are of a very unsatis factory nature, and evidence unmistakably tho heavy declino that had occurred in the home market to tho date named, and which in many cases is oven groatcr than the published tele grams gave reason to anticipate, bad as they were considered. Late advices speak of an ' improvement in prices, which we trust may be fully borne out by returns. In the absence of any public sales this market remains unaltered. . Sheepskins continues to be in good request at about last week's prices. Tallow. — At the sales to-day tho demand for trade parcels was ? active, and shipping lots, which aro scarce, ? would meet with readv sale. Quotations — Beef, fair to good, £31 to £33 ; mixed, £28 to £30 ; and mutton, £34 to £38 per ton. Leather con tinues dull for dressed descriptions, but for sole of good tannage there is a moderate derrtand without improvement on last week's ...
SALE OP CROWN LANDS. At the Police Office, Grenfell, On Wednesday, the 8th day of October, 1876. COUNTRY LOTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 30 September 1876
SALE OF CROWN LANDS. At the Police Office, Grenfell, Oil Wednesday, tho 18th day of October, 1876. COUNTRY LOTS. Area, 40 acres each. Upset price, £1 per acre. County Bland, parish Mininjary. Lot A, portion 6, adjoining the northern bound ary of William Cummings' conditional pur chase No. 11, of 40 acres. Bland East Run. 76-13,899 ; B. 296-1,946. Lot B, portion 8, respectively adjoining the . eastern and northern boundaries of Wil liam Cummings' conditional purchases Nos. 7 and 9, of 40 acres each. Bland East Run. 76-13,899 ; B 296-1,946. Lot C, and D, portions 12 and 13, adjoining the southern boundaries of William Cummings' conditional purchases Nos. 10 and 11, of 40 acres each. Bland East Run. 76-13,899; B. 296-1,946.
HARRISON, JONES & DEVLIN'S REPORT [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 30 September 1876
Harrison, Jones, it Devlin's Report Wool : No public sales of wool have been held this week. Several parcels of the new clip have come to hand, nearly all shorn in grease, and appear to be in good light condition, well grown and fully up to last season's clips. It is probable that after next week the sale3 during the season will recommence weekly. By the mail, which arrived this week, we have been placed in possession of account sales and cataloges from London and wo regret to say they show very unsatisfactory results, in many cases wools sell ing in London, at le3s than could have been ob tained for them in the colony. In the absence of any public. sale of slieepskins this week, we are unable to refer to any variation in the market. Sales must be considered satisfactory when the prices realised are compared with ? those ruling for greasy wools. Tallow : The trade was again very poorly represented and prices were scarcely so firm as last week. Ship ping pnrcels were unaltered from l...
CATHOLIC. [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 30 September 1876
CATHOLIC. Mass will be celebrated at 11 a.m at— Young— Every Sunday. Grenfell — Sunday, October 8th. Young — Opening new church by the Lord Bishop of Goulburn,on Sunday, November 5th, at 11 a.m. General Jubilee commences on Sunday, November 5th, at 7 o'clock in the evening. Confirmation on Wednesday, November 8th, at 10 o'clock a.m. Grenfell. — Foundation-stone of new church laid and blessed by the Lord Bishop of Goul burn, on Sunday, November 12th, at 11 o'clock a.m. General Jubilee commences in the Temporary Schoolroom, at 7 o'clock in the evening, Sunday, November 12th. Confirmation on Tuesday, November 14th, at 10 o'clock a. m. GRENFELL. — Impounded on tho 12th Septem ber, from the Weddin station, by Mr. Thomas Daley : — ? '? Black mare, like NJ£A over MA, collar marked and shod. If not released will be sold at this Pound on Thursday, 5th October. On the 20th September, from Tyagong Creek, by Mr. R. Burns Bay mare, T over T over HH near shoulder Also, on same date, from same pla...