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BLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 2 November 1867

BLAND. [PROU OUB COUUBSl'O.VDBKT.] PA9TOU4L.— Tbo rounding shears uro heard in cvury shed in tho Blaud district, and tho clip is very rich and unusually heavy; men aro plentiful enough, but the squatters havo magnanimously agreed to puy tho shoarcrs at the usuul rate, which ufl'orJs u favorable con trast with tho settlers in somo other districts, who, taking advantage of tho ubundanco of bauds, huvo considerably reduced tho rato ofshcuring wnges. Mr. Woodhouso has pur chased Maroob Springs run for £1500 with* out stock. This station, although containing u ton-mile frontujc, is in many parts scrubby aud badly grassod, and upon the . wholo I think it well sold. Mr. Rao, from Victoria, has likewise bought Baruicdman Station (it is said for £3000) without a beast ; it is cupible of ruunitig from 6000 to 10,000 slieep. Several tlocks aro now travelling to this station, aud aro daily expected. Sheep here maintain their priccs ; but there were two lots of prime wethers sold to Air. Thompso...

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
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LATEST TELEGRAM. SYDNEY, Friday, 3 50. p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 2 November 1867

LATEST TELEGRAM. [?] SYDNEY, Friday, 3 C0. p.m. Tho dobato on Robertson's motion of want | of confldenco wus lost, by a majority of ten. ,' Macloay lias givon notico of motion thut tho financial policy of tho Government ia unsatisfactory. Tho Municipal Council in Sydney aro proparing a gruttd reception for ' Prince Alfred. . . : . The inquiry into the causo of tho recent great fire, in Sydney, has terminated in u. verdiat of arson, Grj it illtiminations in Adelaido, on Thurs. day night, on thi) mvption of tho Priuco. Mcluouusk Cots—Tim Whilller, first; Queen of Hearts, second j Exile, third. . .

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 2 November 1867

Ton? Talk.— Tho exodus of sporting men from Sydney has been tho great feature of tho week ; and with such a raco as tho Mel bourne Cup, only a few days off, it is but uatural that wo shobld have to look to Mel bourne for our turf items this week. 'Tho steamers havo takeu an unusual number of Sydney folks to see sho race \ uuil New South Wales will be excellently well represented on tho day, both as regards men and horsos. News from the different stables tells of the well-being of ull the New South Wales uags] firmly in tho catiiuution of their frieuds. Fireworks stands at the top of tho list, uud is quoted ut 4 to 1, ut which price wo do not think that much money could bo got ou. Tim uud Tho Rose uro side and eido iu the betting, sometimes ono uud sometimes tho other being in greatest demand : and here iu Sydney ubout 5 to 1 is the highest oiler a jidnst either, 'l'heso aro the only animals that havo been backed during tho week, anil on these telegram, from u diitauco iJtrnxo t.v MB...

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
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CALENDAR FOR NOVEMBER, 1867. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 2 November 1867

CALENDAR 'FOR NOVEMBER, 1867. D4Yg UBUOBAXDA Of THIS SPK' Montu. r.ge8 iet8- 1 F. All Saints' Day 5 20 G 40 2 1. 5 10 G 41 'J B- IOtu S. Ansa Tbisitv & 18 G 42 4 U. 6 17 6 43 t t. Mosn'slst qr., 0'39a.m. 6 16 6 44 € -T. (5) Gunpowdor l'iot 5 15 0 45 9 Ch. Governor Brisbauo ar- 5 14 t! -in B 1'. [rivod at Sydnoy, 1SS1 5 13 0 47 OB. ,1 12 0 48 0 B- 21STS.imuTat.vm- 5 11 6 49 11 if. 5 10 G CO 111'. Full moon, 11-21 a.m. S 0 8 51 II W. Curran diod, 1813 5 8 G 52 14 Hi. 6 7 6 63 II F. Cook took posf. of Now 5 7 G 53 10 S. [Zealand, 1760 5 0 G 54 17 S. SS.sdS. ivtbuTbikitt 6 5 G 55 18 M. 5 4 G 5G 19 T. Moon's Ut qr, 3.18 s.m. 5 3 6 57 20 W. 5 8 6 57 1 1 Tli. Princess Royal born, S3 G 57 22 F. [1840 5 2 G 58 -?a 6. 5 1 6 59 24 S. SJbdS.aitbbTbiniti 6 0 7 0 25 M. 5 0 7 0 20 T. New moon, 3-23 p.m. 4 59 7 1 27 W» Pacific Ocean dis. 1519 4 59 7 1 28 Th. Great Flood at Mel- 4 58 7 2 39 F. bourne, 1849 4 58 7 2 30 S. St. Andrew's Da; 4 58 7 2

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 2 November 1867

, . THE 'MINING RECORD' ? GENERAL PRINTING OFFICE. : ' W.tEB,Y description of JOB PRINTING «£i executed at the above establishment with promptitude, ia tbe best ttyle of tbo - *rt,~and at moderate prices. P2ila &ad Ornamental Priatiflgia.srery variety Posting Bills Hand Bills | ' Catalogues Pamphlets BilUTeads Businoss Announcements Circulars Law Forma 1 . .4 Gold Hooka ' Cheque Books.' ' 'Receipt and Delivery Books ?'WAyBills . 'OrdotB from tbo country promptly at* leaded to. . : J. C. DAVIES, /OCULIST, CHEMIST, ? AND DRUGGIST, ' BANKIN-STREBT, FORBES. DA VIES' CELEBRATED EYE-LOTION, -forwarded to all part* of tbo Colon/. _ , ' , , In Bottles— St. Gd., 6s., and 7s. 6d. II. J BISHOP, ' 'ARCHITECT . AND SURVEYOR, (LiTB Ubuobb of tub Bskdioo Union of Abohitbctb, Sobvbxobb, ' ahd Oxvii. Ehojhbbbs, Victobia). CLAIMS, BASE-LINES, and LEASES SURVEYED. . To bo consulted at BRAY- BROTHERS, Grenfell, and Sevon-Milo Rush. ? :™ - A M-E B I C A N ' B A KE B Y . A; COURTIS. OOO K,.'.0 OK...

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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RATES OF POSTAGE TOWN LETTERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 2 November 1867

RATES OF POSTAGE Town Lettebs. Not exceeding half an ounce ? Id' Not exceeding ono ounce, but exceeding half an outico ? 2d. For evory ounce, or fraction of an * ounce ? 2d. Counts? Letters. For delivery in nny part of tho colony at which the letters are posted :— Not exceeding half an ounce ? ... 2d. Not exceeding one ounce, but exceeding half an ounce ? 4d. ; For every ounce or fraction of an ounce ' Lkttebs to and fhou tub Usitbd j Kinodou. (Except in special cases.) Yi» Southampton. Marseilles ? -Not exceeding ( ot. ,0 6 0 10 '.(Exceeding. I or., bat - not eicueding I os. 1 0 18 Exceeding 1 oz., but not extruding 2 oz. 2 0 3 4 Every additional ox., or fraction of utioz. 10 18' I.btteus to Dutrttm Colonies aki- Fobeiox Oou.ntihbs. Xot exconditig | oz.,Gd. ; exceeding i ox., but not cxt'uodiu;; 1 ox., Is.; for every addi tional | oz., or fraction of { oz., Gu. ; ex empt in spiteful cases, for which soo monthly Postal Guide. j Moxisr Orders. J Money orders nmy bo obtained and mndo ...

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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POST-OFFICE TIME-TABLE. ARRIVAL AND DISPATCH OF MAILS ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 2 November 1867

POST-OFFICE TIME-TABLE. ARRIVAL AND DISPATCH OF MAILS Arrivals. from Sydney.— Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, at 7 30 p.m. From Forbes and Sydnoy.— Monday and Thursday at 9 a.m. From Young and Sydney.— Tuesday and Friday ot 9 vm. I'o Sydnoy.— Tuesday, Thursday, and Sun* day., at 4 a.m. To Forbes.—' Tuesday and Friday at 9 a.m. To Young.— Monday and Thursday, at 9 N.B.— Office hours from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m., and from 2 to G p.m. On Sundays, from 10 a.m. till 11 a.m. I Money Orders issued from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m I Sundays cxceptod. I Each mail closos half-an*hour before the ! advertised time of despatch— except that to j Sydnoy, which closes at 10 o'clock the night j bofore.

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
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LOCAL NEWS. GRENFELL COURT OF REQUESTS. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 31. (Before the Police Magistrate.) [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 2 November 1867

LOCAL NEWS. . I GRENFELL COURT OF REQUESTS. Thursday, October 31. (Before the Police Magistrate.) Krauss v. McCuo. — Claim £5 8s., loss £2 paid on account; for mediciuos supplied. Verdict for plaintiff £3 Is. aud costs, I . Woods t. Goodbuni.— Claim £2 10s., for tho use ofo pio steamer for ten weeks, at 5s. I por week, verdict for plaintiff, to bo paid in instalments of ton shillings per weok, John Thompson v. George Williams,— Claim £5 2s. for goods. Defcuuant acknowledged tho debt, bnt asked timo to pay. Verdict for amount claimod, to bo paid in woekly instalments of 10s. John Simpson v. George Williams.— Claim £4 9s., for goods. Debt admitted. Terd'ut for plaintiff, to bo paid iu woekly instalments of 5s. Maurice Dalton v. John Donoghiie.— Claim 16s. for goods supplied. No appearance of defendant. Verdict for plaintiff and costs. Samo v. James Kirby.— Claim £1 lis. 3d for goods. Defendunt acknowledged owing ono*tlnrd of the amount, and to having giveu his name to plaiutiiF to bo ...

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
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BATHURST PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 9 November 1867

BATHURST PRICICS. Best fine s-ilk-dressed Hour, per ton, wholo* sde.jllO; retail, 11s. per lOOIbs. Household llour, per ton, wholesale, £9} retail, 10s per lO.Jlbs. Seconds, ner ton, wholesale, £3 j retail, 9s per lOJibj. Pollard, per ton. Cl. Ilr.m, per ton, t*3. Wheat, 3* Gd to 3s Od. Corn, per bushel, new. 3s 31 to 3s 9J. Dais, while, ditto, 2« 9! to 3» 3d. 0 its. seed ditto, 2» to 2s 11. Cipe II irley, 2* G 1 to 3s. Hiy, per t n, 1*3 to L't D tt^, lueeriie. dittc, i'3 In L'3 5i. Potatoes per Utu, £1 to £1 10». Oiiioas, per cwt., 20s to 3l)t. Butter, silt, per lb. PI lo Is. Ditto, fresh, ditto, Is 3 I to Is Gd. I2ggs per dozen, 9 I to 10 1. Bicon, good, perlb.,-M to G|d. l-ird, dilto, G I lo 8d. (Jheese, ditto. 5d to GJ. — Fr 0 Press,

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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COMMERCIAL. RECORD OFFICE, Friday evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 9 November 1867

UO.UMHItCJAL. RkcoBO Opcick, Friday cvoning. Prices of g-aer tl \irodue-j ut Gcuufcll arc ! quoted to.d iy iti under ! Fine llour, Ull per ton, I lay idp?r Ion, and but littlo demand. Corn os. to us. Gd. Oils, 3, to -It. Potators, j:.'» to £G. Huttcr, fresh, 10.1. to Is. K-i*s, Is. per doz, U te.in, II I per Ih, Clie- se, 5d. to Gd. per lb. Thu 5lt-. loaf is now n-tuiled ut Gd.

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THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 8. Before the Police Magistrate. DRUNK. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 9 November 1867

TncaaoAv, N irejiBRR 8. Before the Polieo^ Magistrate. I William Smith, charged with drunkonnem, in Qtf'jrgO'Street, on the nrenous night, was Qnud 5s., or 21 hours' imprisonment. John Lewis was charged with steiling sun dry articles of clothing from u bedroom in Lachl in's Thistle Hotel, Qeorge-streut. Retnaiided to Tuesday next. William Uayuo, ou bail, was called upon to answer this clurge ; but, not - trin,', the uinount uud bail was 'declared forfeited, uud was paid over to tlio fun U of tho hospital. Jaiucs Wdliams uud Ciurlei Dillon for attempting to break tho monotony of tho streets by a display of pugilism on tho pre. vious night, were discharged with au udmoui FIUC19 OH TllE U1CK C0UK3C. Henry Leweu was changed l«y Countahlw Boon with '.'renting 11 disturbance on thu ruco courso on. the previous day, Thu constable deposed that seeing a row on iho course, he made towards the crowd ou horseback, und found that two men were fighting. On getting into the crowd several parties, ...

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
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GRENFELL POLICE COURT. MONDAY, NOVEMBER 5. (Before the Police Magistrate.) HORSE STEALING. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 9 November 1867

GRUNFjCLIi rObU:'.'. UiiUitl'. Ml»NO»Vk Novkmukic 5. (Deforo tlii- Polh'i* Mi^istrnte.) itoiiss; hT2iusa. Sim'I'l Klli.v, tar'nt wt« Iiiippxlionled on fit nig'n „f Suilir, tin O h in.li'it, by -«rgei;,f. O'Dinui-ll, on a n't irg.» of ule-tling a ?''.-e th- property of Jihn N.-tnon, w.t* bronjlit un. Dillon aIi.iw^ I th it the h tr^e was fouid in p-i^ouer's p in the lui-h, neir O.vn* fell; ati l that the latter b.tl dcoa prisoner take 1 11.1 li'ir-o, C iininitted for trial nt thn neil Quarter Sessions to lu bol I'Vi 11' Hr-thurst. Artlitir IIfiiue««y,oii r.-iii m l from Tueiday Itt^i, «'h trge.l with -*teili i^ a horse th' Jiro periv of Johtianni ll-t lorni't, of Tmp,it 8t iti-in, -vn hr .ujlit u,i. on inil. In the e.inrse of b -r n- imin ition oil tin* iireviiu* M '-s itiy (!-?.. -r.-nip'u iiimiMi'd thtt itor son, P.itri.'k Dunleavy, had n itlm.iiy either to n'll or ili«pM.*-if «toek fro ai tha run. mid tlmt hit hid power to vest tint until iriiy in any olli.'* p-'r-nn. An i further...

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
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THIRD DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 9 November 1867

Titlttu Dat. First R-130.— Tlw Qr.tnfell Town Pltloof 75 sov«, with a sweep of MS 10s. The second liars.* to reeeWo tho sweep. To bo Iwmli* c^pp- I by thi stowir h, or who'n they may nppiiut. Distance, three miles. Mr.Tiiid-ilt's g m P iraijuay ? 1 Air. Do Clouctt's ch )? Pautnloou ? 2 He. lliifj's Sha urook ? 3 Par-iqu-ty was tho farourito, and though hoaded by Pantaloon tho first two rounds, cam-- in tho winner. It was a close run, tho i»rcy only winning by a length. doeond 11 ice— l'lio IjiuHos1 Purse of 25 sovs, withu nwivp of 2 sors. Tho c-viind hor^oto retvivo the sweep. Welter weights. .Von-professionu'] riders. Distauue, one mile und a half, Kraj-jidector, T!nh-*lor, nud Xi^gor, wore (»ir.»r.'d for this Hvent. »tt '^vrtvisdo. »-l-ir-* I *er.»tohe:l, mil th.*r.-r»ra iho contest hv bjt«'.-i»n S'leetor nnd lli.'b'br. Mr. jj'uvlr-r role Ii'h own hors.*, Fr--.*slector, an I Mr. Pn'riek (VMmUy ro le Mr. Qu lill's li.n:h-'l')r. At tha Ktart ' Iftwwlivlor went ii,vi»y with tho leal,...

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 — 9 November 1867

NOTIOE TO CORRESPONDENT. All letters intended for publication must be accompanied by tho real name nnd address of the writor— not necessarily for publica lion, but for tlio information of tho editor. THIS MIXING RECORD. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 0, 1807.

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
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SECOND DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 9 November 1867

Sbcono Dat. First Rtao—T'ie Publhtuis' Purss of GO sovs, with a sweep of L'2 LOs. Tli t a^uoud liorjo to receive the sweep. Distance throo Mr. 'I'lndill's g. m. Paraiuiy ? ? 1 Mr. 1) ?Ulnu a'D ch. g- Pantaloon ? - Mr. U. pHfkiir'n b. g Ki*in*go*Urigh ? ? 3. f Sjvjii'I Riiij.— Tho Diggers' Purse of 15 cor*. II 'at* once r tnnd tho course. Weight list. l?or nil horses the property for two months prior to the diy ofontrum-o of work* iug initiitrs present on tho gold-field. The winner to draw ono ton weight ronad tha ?-o irs - h ilf *'i h )ur after the race. Mr. Mi'A.-Hter's b. h. WiioM-u-thou^lit-it 1 Air. Fliihi's .Stumpy... ? ? ? 2 Third llieo.— ?' The Hurry Scurry Stukes of 10 sovs. once round tbo course. For all hnrsiM lo be upprnv-d of by the dte.vurd*. Weight, Ost. Post Entrance. Won by Kiizur.

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
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ENGLISH NEWS, PER STEAMSHIP RAKAIA, VIA PANAMA, LONDON, September 10. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 9 November 1867

ENGLISH NEWS, PER STEAMSHIP RAlvAlA, | London, September 10. The sleaumr Rakaiu anchored in Port Jackson 011 Sunday last, at mid-d:ty. Tho Homo adornment has resolrad up-ju mi expedition being despatolicd to AbyssiiUiwiJ lo en forco tho release of the caj iy*?ffs there. ? '?»lwill bo undor the commot^Mfof Sir Rjbert Napicr7fJoif^oniinauilef-iti*ehief of Bjuibay. Tho force under bitu will be about 70UJ men, 701)0 mules, and 5000 camels. Tlio report of the Commission on Ritualism hua been opoucd, tho pioh of which is, that thu mombjrs, one and all, aro of opinion that it is expedient to restrain iu tho public ser vices of England and Ireland, nil variations in Mtjluro from that whieli has long been tho established usage of tbo Established Church. Tho Emperor and Empress returned to Paris from Salzburg labt Saturday. Alio meeting of the t*vo Biuperors has given riso tu a gre it deal of uneasiness, from tho tear h*t tho result of the G'juforoneo foreshadows ?war, und tho Europ.Mii Bours...

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FIRST DAY, WEDNESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 9 November 1867

FtUT T)AV. WkKHESDIY. j Viral ll»ca— Tho Alaidoii Plato of 59 sovs, with a rW-'ip of 3 sov*„ the tteooud horse to r.voivti 10 sovs s -Iiiluiiuo U miles. AI rTmd ill's b ut Constance, 3 y rs, Git Mr M.-Oieuey's ch g Playboy, aged, Ojt G'bs ... ... ... ... .. S MrlliilVrt br g Mustang, aged, On Gibs 3 Second Ru:e — Tlio Roofers' Purse of 2o sass, with u sweep of '2 nova ; the soeoud horso to receive tha sweep ; distance, two Mr Tin lull's g m Paraquay, 0 yrs, Ost Mr Qu ill's r g g Bioholnr, ugod, 9st Olbs 2 Mr D.-CIouel's uli g Pautuloou, ti yrs, 9sfc Oifn ... ... ... ... ??? 3 Mr 11. Parker's b g Eriu-go-Bragh, 5 yrs V.iVbi ? 4 Third Iti'jj— ' Thu IliokSjllingSfakea of 15 sovst lie its, tinea rou i l tliocouru : tlio win nor to bj s il l by publio uuotion iu fraut of 111* Qrm I dMU'l iiiuuodiittoly after the ruca for IS iMf-*, tha surplus (if uny) to go to tho race fuuJ. .U? B Kvlor's br g Tamboy, S years, 9st 2IIh ? 1 Mr Unft'ii b g Xig-'or. ngoil, Ost 51'h ... 2 Mr (Jl-tuoy*« g g l...

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FRANCE. Paris, September 10. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 9 November 1867

FRANCE. Puris, September 10, Tho Emporor Napoleon arrived at Amiens on tho3Jth ultimo, whero he was enthusias tically rcocivod, and wloro ho mads a fotv re marks to tho pooplo, Ho considered that tho enthusiasts manner in which ho had every where lately boon reeeivtid throughout France attested the patriotism of tho people und their I aonflJenoe iu tlu Gjvjrummt. Jloallulml briefly to tha Moxiean question, and did not I think that French honour had becnj^irui^Jiied or French prestige iinpiireil^bs^Tt. Tin late events in Gjriity^rPj'Tijfciid, had left Franco tran-i^iVfl7lttri shs wjuld rem iin so. If j was 'cerium that the pjaec or l.urupj would not bo disturbed. In conclusion, ho cxproH^d nti corneal desire for the establishment of more liberal institutions, und wid-.-rund inareuotivc trade with all tho countries of tho wjrl.l, mid this honoured his ciithusiistio listeners he would do his utmost to promitc. Baron M)u*ticr, tln» Mi-u^ter of Foreign Allairs. has uddressed n circular d...

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
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GRENFELL, RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 9 November 1867

OKEXFELL RACKS. _ Dae great eb m^uttO lh» tueesss of r» rneo meeting is the having flue weuther, nnd c»r t.iiuly lis for as t^al grent desiib-ratuui went' we have hail lit the lirst Grcnlell liners every, thing that could be desired The timjiia warm fuouiih to maken cool und 'lonn drink/t ns I lie phase gnes, enjoyuble-~mid u fine cool breeze blowing to temper old Sol's llerreuess. On arriving ul the eourso 0:1 Wednesday, Iho lir#t d'»y, the same ol.l stylo of thing met our lieu th'at' i-t inseparable from rucc meetini-s. Tht i-iuht-peeis slrolling about, and dragging their friends to tho crowded bar, there to cu. deavourto quench the Insatiable third cuiiilJ ii) tlu- h'-nt nnd dii'l. Then the gentlemen knotting in horse*, uho tell you to 11 nicety nhnt the l-'iv ma-e can do, and how tho lil iek horse will in the next heat bu 'nowhere,' (tentii men, there were, who ww*k bonk notes out oft ht-i r waistcoat poek-ts, nml glee or lake the o lds to nny nmouv.t. Hmdcs these wero the men i...

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
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PRUSSIA. Berlin, September 10. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 9 November 1867

PRUSSIA. Berlin, September 10. Tho Liboruls haro carriiul tlio ilu'tions for ; tho Norlh Q.-rmin Parliament in tdi tli.- Lr;!e j towns of tho confederatiun. j lu the Prussian Senate 011 the 5th iiutiint, I ! such sctiou was tiikuu as iudu-utio that tlu- 1 3on»lo U Wi'-ilii|s ,0 tM S])l th0 UM|lranco wliMi laro e m g[ron tjnt g lUhurg conforcnco guarantee of tho poaeo of Europs.

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