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LOCAL NEWS. GRENFELL MUTUAL IMPROVEMENT SOCIETY. LECTURE ON PHONOGRAPHY. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 19 October 1867

LOCAL NEWS. GRENFELL MUTUAL IMPROVEMENT SOOIEir. - On Tuesday evening test a lecture on Phonography wns dollverod beforo tho mem bers and friends of the abovo association, in tho PublioSchool room, by Mr. Honry Bur rcll. Tho room was ao crowded that many could not obtain admittance. In the absence of the Vice.Prcsidcut, Mr. J. Noako, honorary secretary of thu society, occupied tho Chair, aud introduced the lee. Mr. Burrell explained, at tho opening of his address, that phonography was, as its namo implied, tho art of writing according to the sound of the words— tho word pho nography being derived from the Greek words ' phfinfi' (voice), and 'graphfl' (writing). Beforo entering into an oxplanation of tlio principles of tbo art, be drew attention to the fact that, in Iho present ordinary system of writing, about ono in a thousand only of tho words in onr language wero written pho netically—that is, spoiled as they aro pro nounced. For example : n-o is 'no,' ana s-o is 'so:' but t.o is...

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GRENFELL POLICE COAST. MONDAY, OCTOBER 14. (Before the Police Magistrate.) DRUNK. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 19 October 1867

ORKNFKLL POLICE COURT. Monday, Octodbu 14. I . (Before tho Polico Magistrate.) UUONJC. % . Goorgo Potts, charged with (tils offence, was admonished uud discharged.

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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HOSPITAL COMMITTEE MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 19 October 1867

HOSPITAL COMMITTEE MEETING, A meeting of Ibo Hospital Committee was held on Wednesday evening laM. Presort— Sir. Purss, in thu Chutr, and Messrs. Riley, - Bedell, Baker, and tho secretary. M r. Booth sent in his resignation as a mem borof Iho committee. It was proposed und carried that tlio two persons whoso nam^s stood next to thoolcctcd committee on thn list ut tho lime oftho election should be elected to act in tho placo of tho two members who had resiuned. ' Tlio secretary staled lhatarrangements for Iho great tea meeting nnd soireo were progres sing very favourably. Ho had seen two or thrco ladirs residing at soiiiu of the station s uround Ihu district, nnd Ihey had cither pro mised to ut Nnd und preside at a tuble, or would give a proportionate subscription. Nino ladies in tho town hail promised to tuko tables aud assist, nnd ho proposed that nr rangvmcnts should bo nuido as soon us pos sible for tho uniattur entertainment after tho ten meeting. ' ' ? Mr. Bedell wished to tako...

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
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SELECT POETRY. I FEEL THAT I AM FREE. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 26 October 1867

SELECT P0ET11X ,U I FEEL THAT I All FREE. [Tho following lines aro from tho '' Aus-^ tralosian,' and occur ia ono of tho diopters of that remarkable autobiography. — 11 Days of Crime and Tears of Suffering. '] To mo (he sky looks bluer, And tbe green proas greener still! .And earth's flowers seem more lovely As thoy bloom oa licath and hill. There's a beauty breathing round mo Liko a newborn Edon now, And forgotten aro tbo furrows Griefiiasgravenonniy brow.-. Thero is gladness in tho sunshine, As its gold light gilds tbo trees, And I hoar a voice of mnsio ' Singing to me in the broexe. Thero is in my heart & lightness That eccmeth not of mo, For to-day I've burst from bondage, And I fool that I am free. ! Free in tho golden sunslune, Freo in the fresh puro air, 'Whore tho flowers of tho forest t In their wild homos flourish fair. Freo to thought to give expression, To siogi to danco, and show That the stern world .has not crushed mo With its weary weight of woo. Are tho year...

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 — 26 October 1867

Fencers Wanted. 'VV* ANTED Two Pairs of Good Fencers, YY apply to W. It. WATT, Bumbalury. - ?/_ . Wanted. A noon General 'Servant. Apply at ' A tbo \ ? ' ? ? ' ALBION 110TJ5L, ? t Gcorgo-st. Grcufell. ? Wanted, 1 FIRST. CLASS MILLEB. . ii. Apply lo B tfA WATSON BROTHERS. Grenfell. Wanted; f.'SSh'A i FIRST-CLASS SHOEB and Jobbing \ ?A*- Nono but a sober steady muu Sjjir ,u«dap|ljr. 'J'. RHHOK. Otiobw 2^,1807. 5otic6 VT7K, tho undersigned/ (hid diy, by YY mutual cousentj diiiolted tbo psrtnor- ship hitherto existing between ll*, dudcr tho name of Arrowsiuith and Co. All outstand ing: accounts duo to the firm will be roccivod, and all debts paid, by W. H. Arrowsmith. (Sigued) O. RICITES, W.H.AKROWS&UTII, Witness— Piiir.ir Jno, BxuKvrT. Grenfell, Oct. 25,1807. £1 Boward. LOST, a BAY MARE, branded HJ on near shoulder, and eo' off shoulder. .Tito '? S ? ? - aboro reward will bo pnid on delivery to Mr MAURICE DALTON, Butcher, at tho bead of the Old Lead, Grenfell., £1 Reward. LOST,...

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
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TUESDAY OCTOBER 22ND. (Before the Police Magistrate.) MINING CASE. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 26 October 1867

Tuesday, October 2^sn. (Bofore the Pulico Magistrate.) John Furxcr Elliott claimed to be put iu possession of a share in the prospectiug claim, ' Who'd-have-(hought-it' reef, the taid shure being claimed by John Flint as his prujuity, but forfeited, accordiugtopluin tiffs shewing, by defendant's ttou-torripJioiitfe with the regulations, it being unrepresented on tho 4ln October instant.— Defendaut stated that the share was represented, 11* required by luw. Defendant deposed that lie employed John t Klliolt Forbes to work for htm in the claim ] nl £2 10s. per week ; that, on the 1st of Octo ber, Forbes represented tho share, and a mnu named George Fulton on the 2nd aud 3rd. Knew that Fulton was on the claim on the 2nd and 3rd, and r/ndy to work, but ou these days an arrangement was being entered into between tho shareholders uud other par tics to have the claim worked on tribute. John Elliott Forbes stated thnt he was the owner of the share on the 30th September, and sold it to Flint...

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
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GRENFELL POLICE COURT. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 10. (Before the Police Magistrate.) PROTECTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 26 October 1867

GRENFELL POLICE COURT. SXTtJBDAT, OCTODER'IO. (Before tho Police Magistrate.) r&OTECTION. Gcorgo Picchcro' was sentenced to tbre* months7 imprisonment in Bothurst gaol. . - CNBOCND HIND. William Webster, an unfortunate indivi dual, who was labouring und- r the idea that a ] murder was ubout to be cur.niitlcd -n tbe town, was remanded for mcdicul txcminitiua aud treatment.

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 25. (Before the Police Magistrate.) THE GEORGE-STREET JUMPING CASE. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 26 October 1867

Fbiday, Octodeb 25. . (Before tho Police Magistrate.; John F. Ejliott was charged with being illegally on the premisos of Moses Brothers, opposite Halls and Allen's store, in George* street, on Weduesday the 23rd instant. ... Mr. Whelan uppeared for dcfomlunt. Thoevidonce taken in this caso was similar lo lhat in tbe above caso of stealing koro Defendant had entered the premises under tbo impression that ho could legally 'jump' and hold tho property on tho ground that it was unoccupiod. Lewis Moses deposed that ho used tho bouso lo keep superfluous slook in. That ho v ? 1 buhl two 1-usinsss licenses, ouo of which wos ? for tho placo defendant bad jumped. Had never abandoned tbo placo, nor relinquished his property iu it. Mr. Whelan contended that dofendaut was illegally bofore Iho Court) that ho should have bceu proceeded against under tbe 14th ' ? plau&c of tlw Gold-Holds'. Act. Tlio Bench overruled Iho objection. .Thu caso was proporly brought undor the Vagrant ' ? Act. De...

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THURSDAY, OCTOBER 24, (Before the Police Magistrate.) UNBOUND MIND. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 26 October 1867

TnrB6i-Av, Octobeu 24, (Beforo tho Polico Moglstrate.) . ^ CN60END MIND. Williom Webster, on rcmnnd from Satur- , dny.wos ogaln brought up. Inspoctor Snun- ' 'V.* derson stated tho prisoner came to hint on the 18th instant, and said ho know of u ' murder having been committed on tbo coast by n butcher. Ho spoke incoherently also . on other matters, and witness consequently locked him up.— As ho appeared to have regained a portion of his reason be was discharged. 8TEALIN0 KBB06ENB. John Elliott was charged with stealing a caso of korosene, of tho valuo of 32s.,' the jhUKct property of Moses Brothers, on Ihe 23rd ingt. fflaBMytiS. —Mr. Whelqn appeared for defendont.— 9E&H&& Sergeant O'Donnet deposed (bat (he defendan'ffteffiffiyfe. was given into his custody at a quartcrto lCgBfB^y^. ?' opposite Halls cud Allen's store, in OepraSj|ffi^' itr'cet.' He eaid nothing in answer to tlio rh'prgr. 8earch?d the bouse for n cue of keroscno, but could not find it. On scorc...

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 — 26 October 1867

NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. AtL letters intended for publication most be Bocompanicd by the real namo and address of the writer— not necessarily for publico tionj but for the information of tho editor. THE MINING RECORD. SATURDAY, OCTOBER20, 1867.

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
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FORBES. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 26 October 1867

FORBES. I f-KOJt OCii OWX COKCfSI'ONCBNrl * Mjmno.— It is gratifying (0 know that the miners of Forbes and surrounding district in some instances, are doing remarkably well. Soui. Lewis and parly, surfueing a leased tract of two acres on Mothieson's lead, got sixty-one ounces, last wct-k. Foster and party, surfaciug on tho Union, got twenty, thrco ounccs. Hughes aud party, adjoining Foster's claim, arn on poynblo dirt, but do not appear yet to havo struck the samo vein as Foster. During tho week soveral puddling mills hare been completed. Ono of thoso is loeuted near tho --e«lcyou Chapel, aud has been put up by Sir. Daniel Jones. It is rather an extensive affair, and deserves par ticular mention on account of the quantity of dirt it is capiibleofiunuipulating during ten hours. Connected with tho mill and tho claim, a ieuscd tract of two acres ou the. Union lead hosbecn applied for by Stcphoni and party i there are mno men and a boy, scveu horses aud threo druyo. Threo of tho men aro...

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THE HOSPITAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 26 October 1867

THE HOSPITAL. 'Xlifi Grenfoll Hoipital is in difQculties, of course of a pecuniary nature. Debts are accumulating, patients aro crowding in, and expenses aro being incurrodj and, yet, no - funds aro forthcoming to put matters | rijjht. Upon a auperQcial viow, this might appear a diia»trous i(ato of tilings, and one which might induce any Committee of Man. . agemont to give'up the thing in despair. And yet upon looking closer into tho eircutn. 'atances, it would appear that thoro aro great /' ' chances infurourofthoinstitutionhaThig funds soon to liquidato all liabilities^ and to carry '' oti with. In tho first plaee, tho two hundred pound* placed'on tho estimates by the Go Tornmenlmust, Inthoreguiar eour#e of ovonts, soon 'como into tho hand* of the Commlttco. And *9 see by a report ata recout Committeo . meeting that that sum will about wipe off all liabilitice. ./Whether tho Committeo of Man. oeethent will deroto time and throw sufficient energy into tho adalr : to devise ? way* a...

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
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CORRESPONDENCE. [We do not necessarily endorse the opinion expressed by our correspondents.] [TO THE EDITOR OF THE MINING RECLRD.] [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 26 October 1867

COlUtESl'OjVDENCE. [We do not necessarily endorse tho opin ions expressed by our corresnondcnle.1 ;$*«*. ym*o molbdJ Sib— I seo iu tbo issuo of your valuable paper of tho twelvth instant you have brought the Question of the production of silk prominently before your renders. The idea is somewhat novel, but not the less good. You aro right in sajing that unless the agri culturists turn their attention (0 other things besides tbore of grain und audi liko produc tions, tho occupation of furming cannot bo extended. Already the markets aro glutted. Wheat at 3s. ntvercsnnay the producer; and as (0 dairy produce, it is so low lhat it is scarcely worth taking to market. One of our priucipal buyers in Young can only offer 7d per pound for fresh butter. There is no limit to tho production of farming produeo at Bur rangong, but the demand cannot keep pace with tho supply. Unless you havo a monster rush at Emu Creek, of somo thousands of pcrsous it is useless to look for an extension of agricul...

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
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EPITOME OF NEWS. ROAD FROM ORANGE TO GRENFELL. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 26 October 1867

EPITOME OF NfcAVS. ROAD FROM ORANGE TO GRENFELL. I A meeting of gentlemen forming tho Com mitteo appointed to prosecute, this undertake ng was held at the Court House, on Thurs. day, at noon. Mr. W. T. Troppitt was called to the chair. The other members of committee present were Messrs. T. L. James. James Dalton,' and D. Uanrahan. Tho object of the mooting was to receive a (ateroent of- (he intended routo, and othor j particulars respecting tho proposed road, from | the projector, Maguiro. ! The road will run as follows From I Orange the Nauima road will bo followed to I tho catting at Uoogong. From thence a ! road will bo marked on good strong soil, I capable even after tho lato heavy rains of I bearing a druy Uden with thrco tons, to Goolapong. Tho river will bo crosscd at j this point, where, ut tho proposed ford, thero I is a good house of accommodation. Tho I crossing is good (when tho water is not up), j and hos abetter fall thun tho Nonima cross- 1 ing. From Goolagong a line ...

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LECTURE. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 26 October 1867

LECTURE. , Tho Rev. Mr. Butler delivered a lecfuro a I the Tublic School, on Tuesday evening, before | the Young Men's Improvement Society, on I tho life and works of 8hal'spearc. ' Tho oudienco was by no menns numerous, tho weather, which had been wet in the early part of the day, preventing many persons no ! doult from Mtcmlhiff. | Tho rev. gentleman commenced by con j treating the sensational trashy literature | which tho public tasto delighted in nt the . present day, with the sterling writings of our early poets ond dramatists. Ho had selected | Shokspenre as chicfoflbo old writers — for no . other English poet bad to unmistakcably left I tbo impress of his mind upon our national literature. Other writers had excelled in other particulars. Wordsworth in descrip I tiou, Byron in pathos and passion, Burns in ' purity of sentiment, ond so forth; but Slink ! spcuro'swas a mighty genius that lighted up [nnd beautified all subjects it touched upon. I Tho lecturer reviewed nt somo len...

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 26 October 1867

^ EDWARD DAYIS, CABPENTEB, JOINEB, ond BUILDER, George-street, Grenfell, aud Elliott's Hotol, 7-Milo Bush. Funerals undertaken. Bepairs promptly SEEDS. SEEDS. SEEDS of every description, tho best in tho colony, at tho ' FllUIT SHOP,' next tho Princess' Tlwatre, George-street. THE ALBION HOTEL, Qeorge-Strcot, Grenfell. VISITORS will find excellent Accommoda* (ion at (ho ' ALBION,' and carefully* selected Wines, Spirits, &c, if. mxelland; Proprietor. THE MCES. YISITOBS to tho BACECOUBSE'wni find TESXON, of (he 'BRIAN BORO,' AT BOOTH NO. 1 EAST, Whero it will afford him much pleasure to administer to their necessities. Tho Wines, Spirits, 4c., will bo drawn from tho ' Brian Boro' Cellars, and will theroforo bo of similar quality to thoso dispensed at that famous hostelry. A COLD' SPREAD, including oveiything to bo desired, will be found in tbo inner room THEJAGES. LO OSE BOIES, THE GBEAT EASTERN HOTEL, which, for the last six years, has been tlio . Hcad-ftaartcrs . of Sporting-...

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
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SPORTING. RACES TO COME. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 26 October 1867

SPORTING. RACES TO COME. Grenfell— November Gtli, 7th, and 8th. V. R. 0. (Melbourne) Spring MeetingOc tober 31st, and November 1st and 2nd. Wagga Wngga— Novembpr 21st nnd 22nd. nomobuih tipring Meeting— Novembci 30th. Bourko— December 22nid. Peurith— December 26th nnd 27th ? Parramatta— December 26th aud 27th. V. R. C. (Melbourne), New Year's Day Meeting — January 1st, 1868. Tattcrsull e Club New Year's Day Meeting— 1st Jauuary, 18GS. Southern Tasmanian Meeting— January 22ud 23rd, aud 2-lth. Launceaton Champion Cup Meeting— Febru- ary 18th, 10th, and 20th.

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
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LOCAL NEWS. MEETING IN AID OF THE HOSPITAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 26 October 1867

LOCAL NEWS. MEETING IN AID OF THE HOSPITAL. On Wednesday afternoon a meeting of ladies and gentlemen, who proposed assisting to carry into effect tho contemplated monster (ca meeting and amateur performance, was held at tho Publio School. Several ladies— tho wives of our principal storekeepers and innkeepers— attended, ond entered into the business of (ho meeting with considerable spirit. Thry unonimously elected Mr. Meors, of tho Oriental Bank, as Cboirman for the occasion, und to act ns their Secretary. Tho Chairman called on tho ladies for an expression of opinion aj to tho best modo to bo pursued to carry out tbe details of provid ing tables, Ac., when it was found that ten ladies promised to provide tables which would each accommodate about thirty persons. Mr. Killger thought (bat at least fifteen tables would bo required, ond (hot when this was known other ladies would lender thoir services. , A genthmun preicnt.said he thought lhat hating disposed for (bo present of tho ques ...

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
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THE STORY-TELLER. A STRUGGLE FOR LIFE. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 26 October 1867

THE ST011Y-T1LLER. A STRUGGLE FOB LIFE. One morning last April, as I was posting ? through Boston Common, which lies plea ' saotly between my residcnco and my oQlce, I - net a gentleman lounging about Tho Mull. 1 am generally preoccupied when walking, 1 and often thred my way through crowded streets without distinctly observing a single :;eoul. But thii man's faco forced itself upon . i (me, and a very singular face it, was. ilia '?' ?yesrwero'faded, and his hair, which ho wore . long, was flecked with grey. Hia hair and ores, if! may say so, were seventy years old, tho rest of him not thirtr. Tho vouthfulness of his figure, tho elasticity of his gait, and , the venorablo appearance of his head, wero incongruities that drew moro than ono pair of rcuriouscyes towards him. Ho was ovidcutly an American— llioNe*r England cut of coun* tenanco is unmistakeable— ovidonlly a man who had scon something of tho world } but strangely old and young. Beforo reaching thu Park-street potc, I had ia...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 26 October 1867

TnE Yictoiiian Betting Mabket.— Since last writing, tho motallics havo been pretty well employed at intervals. Tim Whitllcr has been backed at 100 to 20 for several hun dreds, and Fireworks at 100 to 18, and finally at 100 to 20, and now 100 to 4 is the highest offer against citbor of them. Falcon was also backed at 5 00 (0 15, and on Monday at 100 to G, which is the present offer. Glcncne was backed at 600 to 20, but ho has sinco receded, and layers are rery ! eager. Tho Sparrowbawk excitement has cooled down, 200 to 6 being onco laid, and Tho Fly has risen to 100 to 6, a small com mission coming into tho market to back her. Tim Whiilcr (V.), about whom nil manner of rumours were afloat, went to 100 to 2}, but lie is now up ngniu (0 100 to 5 ; aud his stable companion, Niiublefoot, lias dropped down to 100 to 5 also, ifnot lOOto 4. Occusioually 100 to 3 is booked about Bnrwon, who is likely to como moro forward yet, and thesamo about Mary Anu, who is coutidcrcd a very good outsider...

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