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RE-OPENING OF THE SCHOOL OF ARTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 11 November 1876

RE-OPENING OF THE SCHOOL OF ARTS. On Monday evening last, the School of Arts was officially re-opened, the repairs and alterations having been completed, by an entertainment of a miscellaneous character, in tho reading-room. We have previously given a description of tlie alterations, and it is needless for us here to dwell upon thom ; suffice it to say that tho works have been faithfully carried out by the contractors, Messrs. Fisher and Lewis, and the room, whan well lit up on the evening in question, and filled with a fashionable audience, presented a pleasing appearance. The committee, aided by their indefatigable President (Rev. F. S. Wilson) have made strenuous efforts to raise the institution from the mere bye-word it had been for so long, and it must be gratifying to them, as it is indeed to us, to find their exertions bo amply recompensed. Not only have former mem bers rallied around thecommittee, and assisted them in every way, but our townspeople generally have, as is usua...

Publication Title: Grenfell Record And Lachlan District Advertiser, The
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FANCY DRESS BALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 11 November 1876

Fancy Dress Ball. The onnual plain and fancy dresB ball in connection with the Amateur Dramatic Club was held in the Oddfellows Hall in the evening, at which there was a very fair attendance. The display of fancy dresBes were net nearly equal in number to those we had been led to expect ; but the few there were afforded a pleasing contrast to the conventional evening dress. Amongst the ladies we particularly noticed the dresses of 'Night 'and 'A Flower Girl.' whilst the principal male dresses were those of ' Sir Walter Raleigh.' ' Don Jose,' ' Charles, the 1st' 'An Italian Brigand,' and 'A gentleman of the Elizabethian period.' Owing to sickness in the family of our host of the Prince of Wales Hotel, he was not able to carry out the catering for the supper, and the ball committee were indebted to the exertions of several lady friends for tho tasty table laid out. The programmes were of a prettv design. and nothing was left undone that would enhance tho pleasure of the guests. Dancin...

Publication Title: Grenfell Record And Lachlan District Advertiser, The
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PRINCE OF WALES' BIRTHDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 11 November 1876

PRINCE OF WALES' BIRTHDAY. Thursday last, being the thirty-fifth anniversary of the natal day of his Royal Highness the Prince of Wales, was observed as almost a general holiday by our townspeople, although a more undesirable day for holiday-making could not have been— the day was close and sultry, and the hot wind with its attendant clouds of dust wa3 extremely distressing. Thera had been no sports arranged for the occasion, and a cricket match during the day, and a couple of entertainments in the evening, of which more anon were the only means by which tho Grenfellites were enabled to show their loyalty. The Cricket Match. It had been in contemplation to arrange a match with the Young United C.C., but our neighbours did not appear inclined to visit us just now, and so nothing was done. The only resource was to make a match, Eleven v. Eighteen, which was accordingly done. On a previous occasion, when a similiar match was played, the Eleven won yery easily, the amount of 'leather hu...

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THE HOPE OF PEACE. (LA PATRIE—Paris, Aug. 27.) [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 18 November 1876

THE HOPE OF PEACE. I (La Patrie — Paris, Aug. 27.) It seems that tho last news from Sorvia and the attitude of tho Government of the unhappy Principality have made all Europe give vent to a sigh of relief. Peace is possible and imminent. One wish only remains to bo uttered ; it is that the peaoe may be negotiated on terms which will .render it lasting. The oppressive Oriental cashmero may be lifted off their minds by a condition — viz., the contracting parties in the conference which cannot fail [ to meet, may lay down oil the threshold ol tho assembly chamber every reservation, regret, and ambitious project. Are- wo for bidden to hope this ? No. Peace is at the present timo of equal interest to all the Powers, because, at this hour, war, and above all Eastern war, can suit the arrangements of no ono. Russia ? in spite of the sympathies of race and the insistanco of the Pan Slavonic propaganda, can she think of run ning the risk of a contest which would place her face to face with G...

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Our English Letter. Sept. 1st., 1876. [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 18 November 1876

Our English Letter. Sept. 1st., 1870. iHE Queon haa bnon upending a week at Holy rood, and during her stay in Edinburgh unveiled the Prince Consort monument. A few days previous, tho Liviiigatono memorial in the Scottish capital was thrown opon. llonumonts . to Bruce, Lord Colonaay, Villiars, Harvey, Car lTjicliael, Bright, Gladstone, and others, are in progress. ^ Truly the age is a monumental one. The Prince of Wales has been to Brussels, and has accepted the presidency of tho English soction of tho French Exhibition of 1878. For somo time past, a story has been going the rounds about a squabble between the Prince and an Earl. The following facts have now come out. During a recent visit to.Co\ve3, tho Prince called upon the men on tho Earl's yacht j to race his own. Believing that the commands of royalty should be obeyed, t.hey Consented, j without their master's permission, which the Prince had not sought. The Earl regarded this as an inoxcnsablo impertinence. ' Ho: met the Princ...

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GRENFELL POST-OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 18 November 1876

GRENFELL POST-OFFICE. OfGco hours (working days) from .9 a'm. to 1 p.m. '? and from 2 p.m. to 6 p.m. ; on Sundays, ChriBtman ,? any, and Good Friday, tho oiGco will open for the daivery of letters only botween the hours of 9 a.m. and 10 a m. ARRIVAL AND DISPATCH 03? MAILS ABEIVAM. From Sydnoy, Melbourne (soaborn), Cowrs Carcoar, Canowindrn, Bathurst, Mudgoa Gulgong, Tambaroora, Hill End and Sofala — Daily (Mondays excepted) at 6 p.m. Prom Melbourne (ovorland), Young, .Woggs Wogga, Burrowa, Yass, Goulburn, Albury nnd Doniliquin — on Tuesdays and Fridoys, at 6 p.m. From Forbes, Parkos (Bushman's), Goologong, Orange, Wollington, and Dubbo — on Sundays and Wednesdays, at -3 p.m. From Morangorell, Temora, (The Rookfl), Coora mundra, and tbo Murrumbidgoe — on Mondays and Thursdays at 9 p.m* From Marsdens (tho Bland), Wollongough, and Humbug Creok — on Mondays and Thursdays, at 6 p.m. From Wood's Crook — on Tuesdays, at 11 a.m. DEPARTUIiEB. To Sydney, Melbourne (soaborn), Cowra, Carcoar, C...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 18 November 1876

Holloway's Pills. — With darkening days and changing tomperatures tho digestion becomes impaired, the liver disordered, and the mind despondent, unless the cause of the irregularity be expelled from tho blood and body by such an alterative as these Pills. . They directly attack the source of the evil, thrust out all impurities from the circulation, restore dis tempered organs to their natural state, and correct all defective or contaminated secretions. Such an easy means of instituting health, strength, and cheerfulness should be applied by all whose stomachs are weak, whose minds are much harassed, or whose brains are overworked. Holloway's is essentially a blood tempering medicine, whereby its influence reaches the remotest fibre of the frame, and effects a uni versal good. Importations of Liquid Rubbish are being made and false tonics are being brought out, with the view in some instances of supplanting, in others of imitating a medicinal beverage which the inhabitants of Austral...

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WARDEN'S COURT. MONDAY 13TH NOVEMBER. Before Mr. Warden Dalton. TRESPASS. [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 18 November 1876

WARDEN'S COURT. \ Monday 13th November. Before Mr. Warden Dalton. TRESPASS. Phillips, Alexander, and Stimpson v. Stiff and Williams. — This was a complaint that defendants did and were trespassing upon a 2 acre lease in the line known as the Young O'Brien Reef, situated at Star Gully. Mr Scarvell appeared for defendants. His Worship stated that since the summons had been issued the lease had been forwarded up ; but one of the parties to the lease had refused to sign it, and he thought the best way, as the case would entail considerable expense, for the parties to come to some arrangement. Mr. Scarvell was quite willing on behalf of his clients to admit the complainants to possession of their interests, provided that they would not hold his clients responsible for any costs or future action. ilis w orstnp explained the tacts ot the case as they stood, stating that he would require, if the case were to be proceeded with, to have the ground surveyed by a sworn surveyor ; but the lease ...

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SEVEN-MILE PUBLIC SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 18 November 1876

SEVEN-MILE PUBLIC SCHOOL. Mr. Inspector Murray examined tho lately established Public School, at Smithtown (Seven Mile) a few days back, and gives a very favour able report of it, under the charge of Mr. W. Swann. Fully 75 per cent, of the children present had previously to the establishment received but little, if anv. instruction, and many were growing up in the most frightful ignorance. The school has now been in opera tion for the last seven months ; but, as very few children attended during the first quarter, the average enrolment does not exceed five months. Taking all things into consideration, the result as given by the Inspector, which we append, may be considered very good. First Class. — Present at examination, 27.; average age, 6} years. Reading, fair to good ; writing, nearly fair ; arithmetic, good ; object lessons, tolerable ; singing, fair. Second Class. — Present, 9 ; average age, 9J. Reading, fair (plus) ; writing, fair ; arithmetic, good ; grammar, fair ; geograph...

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POLICE COURT. MONDAY 13TH NOVEMBER. Before F. Dalton, Esq., P.M. INDECENT EXPOSURE. [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 18 November 1876

POLICE COURT. Monday 13tii November. Before F. Dalton, Esq., P.M. indecent exposure. William lidmonds was charged with having, on tho previous day, indecently exposed his person in a public place, to wit — George- street. Prisoner pleaded guilty, admitting having been under the influence of drink. Constablo Shea deposed : I was on duty jruBieiuuy m weorge-sireot, at ftall-past 10 o'clock in the morning ; I saw the prisoner standing beside a verandah post of the New market Hotel ; believe ho was in the street ; was in tho common thoroughfare ; tho verandah post was facing tho street ; I was coming from the direction of tho Albion, and saw prisoner standing against the post ; he was in view of persons passing in the street ; ho was needlessly exposing his person ; he was under the influence of drink. Sentenced to seven days' imprisonment with hard labour in the nearest gaol.

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YOUNG AND FORBES MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 18 November 1876

YOUNG, AND FORBES MAIL. I One of the neatest things in mail time-tables we have ever seen has just emanated from the Postal Department, with referenco to the mail from Young to Forbes, via Grenfell. Tho mail loaves Young on the same days as heretofore at 1 o'clock in place of 12 as formerly. Basse's Mns grave at 2 p.m. reaches Grenfell at 7 p.m.,- and and leaving hero at that hour is not expected to reach its destination until 2 o'clock the follow ing afternoon. Leaving Forbes on the usual days at 10 a.m. , it reaches Grenfell at 0 p.m. thence it is supposed to go immediately on and reach Musgrave at 7a.m., and Young at 10a.m. It is palpable, upon tho faco of this conglomera tion of errors, that tho wolfaro of the contrac tors has been studied in preference to that of tho public, and our townspeople aro quite justi fied in the remonstrance thoy aro about to mako. A business person receiving correspondence from Young, and requiring to forward a com munication respecting it on to Forb...

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TUESDAY, 14TH NOVEMBER. Before F. Dalton, Esq., P.M. DETENTION OF A HORSE. [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 18 November 1876

Tuesday, 14tii November. Beforo F. Dalton, Esq., P.M. detention of a house. (.icorgo Jjarnes, jun. v Ah Long. — This was a complaint that defendant did detain an irongroy horse, branded W over 53 , of the value of £18, the property of complainant. Mr. Crommelin appeared for tho defence, and pleaded to show cause. | George Bernes deposed ; I am contractor for the telegraph line between here and Young, and staying at present near the Weddin mountain ; tho contents of my information are true, and Ah Long is tho person I com plain of ; I could not swear if the man I claimed the horse from is before the Court. [Complainant hero identified Ah Young as the Chinaman to whom he had asserted his claim.] Mr. Crommelin contended that the infor mation was 'irregular, that All Young should have been summoned instead of the present defendant, and asked his Worship to grant a non-suit. Complainant was non-suited. [Mr. John Q. Wood here took' his' seat upon the Bench.] breach of the impounding act. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 18 November 1876

Holloway'B Pills. — With darkening days and changing temperatures the digestion becomes impaired, the liver disordered, and the mind despondent, unless the cause of the irregularity be expelled from the blood and body by such an alterative as these Pills. They directly attack the source of the evil, thrust out all impurities from the circulation, restore dis tempered organs to their natural state, and correct all defective or contaminated secretions. Such an easy means of instituting health, strength, and cheerfulness should be applied by all whose stomachs are weak, whose minds are - much harassed, or whose brains aro overworked. Holloway's is essentially a blood tempering medicine, whereby its influence reaches the remotest fibre of the frame, and effects a uni versal good. ABSTRACT OF AUCTION SALES. ( Tuesday Next. J. L. WAUGH, at his Office; at 12 o'clock, Saddles and Bridles, Saddle Horses. ? Saturday Next. BROCK & BROUGHTON, at the Criterion Hotel Yards, Young, at 11 a...

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COURT OF REQUESTS. TUESDAY, 14TH NOVEMBER. Before F. Dalton, P.M., and John Q. Wood, J.P., Esqs. [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 18 November 1876

COURT OF REQUESTS. .Tuesday, 14th November. Before F. Dalton, P.M., and John Q. Wood, J.P., Esqs. Joseph Corbettv Thomas Holten. — £2, money due. Defendant pleaded not indebted. Complainant deposed : The claim is for horse feed, board, and refreshments, supplied 'to a stranger named Wades, upon the authority of defendant ; the man was a traveller ; he slept in the house three night, and boarded there during tnat time. To defendant : You did not send the man to my house ; he did not spend much money in my place. Mrs. Corbett deposed : I remember a man named Wades staying at our- house ; when die left he gave an order on defendant for £2 ; when we saw defendant we asked him for a cheque, and he said he would bring one down the next day ; I said that I had cheques in the house, but defendant said that he would sooner take it out of his own cheque-book. For the defence, Defendant deposed * I remember the man Wades staying at Corbett's ; he said he had been stopping in town for three day...

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By Electric Telegraph. SYDNEY. FRIDAY EVENING. [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 18 November 1876

By Electric Telegraph. [From Messrs. Gordon and Gotch.] , j SYDNEY. Friday Evening. fi n »r- : : -T Tho ..Customs' revenue for October is £5000 (five thousand pounds) below the receipts for the corresponding month last year. Two burglars were capWed on Wedneday, ?who are supposed to be convicts from Western Australia. Vaughn and Porter have been found guilty on the two first charges of burglary, and were remanded for sentence. A heavy downpour of rain commenced yes terday ; ? continued all tho afternoon, and still shows no sign of discontinuance. A collision occurred on the railway line, near Parramatta. Several trucks were smashed ; no injury to life. In the cricket match, All-England v. Ade_ laide, which commenced yesterday, the former went first to the wickets, five of them being out for 111. LONDON WOOL SALES. Large attendance ; bidding spirited. Prices on the average advanced three half-pence.

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INCENDIARISM—INQUEST. [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 18 November 1876

INCENDIARISM— INQUEST. An inquest was held at Brundah Creek, on Friday last, before the Coroner for the district (R. M. Vaughn, Esq.) and a jury of twelve, touching the origin of a fire that had destroyed the dwelling-house of one John Martin, of that place, on the previous evening. Constable Mathieson deposed : I received in' formation this morning, about 11 o'clock, from John Martin, that his house had been burned down the previous evening about 8 o'clock, near Brundah Creek crossing-place ; I accompanied Martin to the spot and saw the remains ; could find no evidence as to how the house had caught fire. Andrew Fitzmaurice deposed : I am a laborer and reside at Young ; on last Monday evening, about half-past 6 o'clock, as I was going from the woolslied to the shearer's hut, about 30 or 40 yards behind Martin, a man and woman accosted Martin and called him aside, and had some conversation ; I did not hear what was said ; I then went on about 15 yards in advance of Martin, when I he...

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RELIGIOUS NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 18 November 1876

RELIGIOUS NOTICES.. Clergymen officiating in Grenfell may have their appointments gratuitously notified in this column, if forwarded to the office by 8 a.m. of the day preceding publication.] Church of England. The following -services will be conducted (d.v.) in Hob' Trinity Church, Grenfell : To-morrow (Sunday). Atl1a-®- ? Rev. F. S. Wilson A *-5 p.m. (Wood's Creek) . Rev. F. S. Wilson At 7 p.m. .. ... Rev. F. S. Wilson Cowra District. Canowindra, at 11 a.m... Mr. H. Holliday Gum Flat, at 4 p.m. . . Mr. H. Holliday Cargo, at 7 p.m. ... Mr. H. Holliday ? ? Presbyterian. St. Andrew's Church, Grenfell. Forenoon, at 11 a.m.' ... Rev. E. Holland Evening, at 7.30 p.m. ... Rev. E. Holland ? Wesleyan. At 11 a.ai. ... ... ... Mr. Bembrick

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 18 November 1876

AUSTRALIAN I %TOINT STQCK BANK. GRENFELL BRANCH. - CURRENT Accounts opened. Interest allowed on fixed deposits. Drafts issued on the chief towns in the Australian Colonies, and England, Ireland] and Scotland. Advances made, bills/ discounted, and all usual banking business transacted. J. J. ANDERSON, ( . i Manager. GREAT EASTERN'' HOTEL, GEORGE-STREET. GEORGE STOKES - BEGS to inform his friends and the public that he has purchased the GREAT EASTERN HOTEL, lately in the occupation of Mr. Stibbard, and which will be conducted ! in a manner which must give every satisfaction. The whole of the Hotel 'has been put into thorough repair, and visitors can rely upon ( receiving every attention and comfort. ? 1 The stock of Wines, Spirits, and Beers has 1 been selected with great care, and will bc-found 1 equal to any in the district. ^ Apartments for private families. , j GOOD STABLING. . ' Competent and Careful Grooms. ? ' ? ? ' ? ' ? ? - ? 1 CRITERION HOTEL. ; MICHAEL CLEARY BEGS to announ...

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Local Intelligence. ARRIVAL OF THE RIGHT REV. W. LANIGAN, D.D., ROMAN CATHOLIC BISHOP OF GOULBURN. [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 18 November 1876

local Intelligence. ARRIVAL OF THE RIGHT REV. W; LA NIG AN, D.D., ROMAN : GATIIOLIC BISHOP OF UOUL BURN. Pursuant to advertisement, the above named prelate arrived hare on Saturday, the 12th instant, at 2 p.m., from Young, and was accompanied by the local clergymen, Revs. H. M. Finnegan and E. M'CJarthy. The other rev. gentlejiien who it was antici pated would accompany his Lordship, were, for various reasons, unavoidably absent. A large concourse of persons of various denominations proceeded, at an early hour, on horseback and in buggies, to the Tyagong Creek, to meet his Lordship, in accordance ?with pre-arrangements, and escoit him into town. The cavalcade, in passing through the town, was met by the children of the Roman Catholic School, who, under the direction of their teacher, fell into line, and preceded the procession to the new church ground. A very spacious marquee erected on the site to be occupied by the new church, and covered with pine branches to exclude the rays of ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 18 November 1876

NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. All letters intended for publication must be accompanied by the real name and address of the writer — not necessarily for publication, but for the information of the Editor. THE GRENFELL REC0RI-~ SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1876.

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