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SECOND DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 9 November 1867
Second Day. Firat Race. — Hurdle IUce of 8 sovs., for ull horses, over six leaps 3ft. Gin. high} two miles 5 welter weights. ilr. Watts' b. ra. Zoo, aged ? 1 Ousby's b. g. Bachelor, nged. ? 2 Hennessey's b. g. Foxhunter ? 3 Second Raw.— The Oonsotation Stakes of3 sovs., for ull horses beaten during tho meet bo lmudieiipped by tho Stewards ofi— ? !'i»Tioin'niey *mivy' appoint s one mite ani37» dis. j Mr. Joseph Ousli.vV b. g. Rowdy ? 1 j Stake's c. g. Free Selcelion ? 2 I This having exhausted the programme, nti : ndjournmeiil took place to host Richard | son's, where the settling took plnce, followed | by the Steward's supper, which let 1 cr wo I understand was gut un in ft etyle highly ere- ? I ditable to tho establishment,
AUSTRIA. September 10. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 9 November 1867
AUSTRIA. September 10. It is stated tlmt Bavaria and urtcmhurg decline joining a South German Confedera tion under tho leadership of Austria, but pre. for to remain as independent states, with tho freedom of forming what alliances may seem needful to thnm. An election took place nt Pesth on tho 2nd instant for a uiomber of (ho Hungarian Diet, and the cnudidato put forward by tho friends and supporters of Louis Kossuth was tmc. cessful. Tho London Times publishes a letter, say ing—' Kossuth has refused to tako his sea1 for Waitzen in tho Hungarian Diet, and pro miccs to mako his reasons known to tho world in a manifc»to shortly to bo published. At present, howovor, Kossuth is powerless for mischief.'
LOCAL NEWS. GOOLAGONG ANNUAL RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 9 November 1867
LOCAL KEW8. GOOLAaONQ ANNUAL RACES. These races enme ofT on tbo 31st ultimo,, nnd tho 1st instant. Tlicwcatber was fine,, tho courso iu good condition, nnd tho dill'er out events generally well contested. Not un accidimt occurred' during tho two duje, nor wus there n single exhibition of that almoet invariable accompaniment ofurueo meeting —11 fight. About 160 persons wrro present, who appeared to well enjoy themselves, 'l'er this West, Esq., acted as judge, and iu 110 ease was any diisalijfurtnn expressed iu his decisions. There was but a single publican's booth on tho ground— (hat cf Mr. hhhnrd 'son — at which'a very lively tr ulo wua driven from early in (he da) 1 nnd thu fruit nml con fcctionnry stall of tbo ubiquitous Sir. John Archibald Courtis, of Greufcll, wus uho ex tensively j a'ronisvd. The 'foihwiuj is tbo result of the run ning Fihat'Day. Fi-st Race.— The Maiden Plate of 10 eovs., - for uh hors.'C' that never won au aduitised pi izo j J 1 miles ; weight for ugo. Mr. Jam...
CALENDAR FOR NOVEMBER, 1867. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 9 November 1867
CALENDAR FOR. NOVEMBER, 1807. _ _a Mbmobanda of tub Soy' Month. r.|M eet9_ 1 F. All Saints' Day 0 20 (5 -JO 2 0, 5 10 0 41 * 8. 20nt S. apibb TbiNity 5 IS 0 42 4 M. 5 17 0 «3 6 T. Mo#ii'6l9tqr.,0'39ft.in. 5 IP G 41 # \Y. (5) Gunpowder 1' lot -i 15 f» -15 7 Th. Governor Brisbane nr- 5 11 G 40 B V. f rived atSvd»'.cv, 1821 5 13 0 47 OB. * 5 12 G -13 Ofi. 218tS.afikb Trinity 5 11 0 '10 11 sr. 5 10 0 50 1ST. Full moon, 11*21 n.m. 5 0 0 51 1) VT. Curran died, 1813 5 8 C 52 14 Tli. . 5 7 0 M 15 1*. Cook took pos'. of Now 57 i; 53 18 s. [Healand, 17C'd 5 Ii 6 61 17 S. -2nd S. aftehTu».'.\-itv 5 5 0 55 38 M. 5 4 G 50 10 T. Moon's 1st qr, 3.18 a.m. 5 3 G 57 20 W; G 3 G 57 It Tli, Pfinc-M3 Royal born, 5 3 0 57 22 1*. [1310 G 2 (J 58 S3 S. 5 1 G 50 21 8, 23bdS. after Trinity 5 0 7 0 25 M. 5 0 7 0 ?Mi T. Now moon, 3 23 p.m. 4 GO 7 1 27 W. Pacific 0,!ean dis. 1519 4 GO 7 1 28 Tli. Great Flood at Mel* 4 58 7 2 33 1-'. bourno, 1811) 4 58 7 2 SO S. St. Andrew's Da} 4 58 7 2
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 9 November 1867
THE 1 ' 'MINING RECORD' GENERAL PRINTING OFFICE. T1VKR7 description of JOB PRINTING ill executed at tlio above establishment with promptitudo, in tho beat stylo of the wf, and at mode rata prices. i'Uin and Ornamoutnl Printing in every Posting Bills Hand Bills Catalogues Pumphloli ? , 'Bill Heads Business Announcements Circulars Law Forms Gold Hooks . Ohcquo Book*. Itcceipt und Delin'ry Books War nut* . s , . Labyl* &c., &c. Orders from tlio country promptly at tended to. J. G. DAYIES, OCULIST, CHEMIST, AMD DRUGGIST, RANKIN-S TRBET, -FORBES.' DAVIES' CELEBRATED EYE-LOTION, forwarded to ail parts of the Colony. In Bottlos— 3s. Gd., Gs., juid It. Gd. AMERICAN BAKERY. J. A. COURTIS ! OOOK, OONlf'BOTtONBR, AKD RESTAURATEUR, (Faou O ontbu'b, * Lond'oh,) Tito Doors from Princess* Theatre, George* street. QONTRAOTtaken for Balls, Suppers, Ac, JELLII',3, OI73TA.RDS, 4c., supplied to Invalids on Modorato terms. ! FANCY IHdCUU'S in endless variety. co ' g . | . og^ ?- s 1 S g ...
RATES OF POSTAGE TOWN LETTERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 9 November 1867
BATES OF POSTAGE Tows LETTBU3. Kot oxcooding half an ounce ? Id. Not exceeding one ounce, but exceeding halfui ounco ? ? ? 2d. For every ounce, or fraction of an ^ Ccontuy Letters. For dclirery in nny part of tlio colony at which tlio letters arc posted :— Not cxccoding half uti ounco ? 2d. . Not exceeding one ounco, but exceeding i half nil ounce ? 4J. For ©vorv ounce or fraction ofanouncc over ono ounco ? 4d. Lettbus to and from tub United JCtNODuu. (Except iu ftpjoial eases.) Via Southampton. Marseilles Not exceeding | oz. 0 G 0 10 Exceeding I oz., but not exceeding 1 oz. 10 18 Exceeding 1 oz., but not oxceuding 2 oz. 2 0. 3 4 Every additional oz., orfraction of an oz. 10 18 JjBTTBBS TO BlUTIBIt COLOS1K3 AND FOREIGN OotJNTUl K8. Not excoeding J oz.,GJ. t exccoding } oz., hut notoxoooding 1 oz., 1*. ; for every addi tional 1 oz., or fraction of } oz., Gd. ; ex. copt in special eases, for which see uiouthly Postal Ouido. Money Orders. Monoy orders nny bo obtained nnd mado payable a...
POST-OFFICE TIME-TABLE. ARRIVAL AND DISPATCH OF MAILS ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 9 November 1867
POST-OFFICE TIME-TABLE. ARRIVAL AND DISPATCH OF MAILS AnuivAts. From Sydney. — Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, ut 7 30 p.m. From Forbes and Sydney,— Monday and Thursduy at 0 a.m. From Young nnd Sydnoy.— 1 Tuesday and Friday at 0 a.m. DEPAUTORKS. To Sydney. — T uosday, Thursday, and Sun* day. at 4 a.m. To Forbes.— Tuesday and Friday nt 9 a.m. To Young.— Monday and Thursday, at 0 N.B.— Ofllco hours from 9 -i. m. to G p.m., and from 2 to 6 p.m. Ou Sundays, from 10 ».m. till 11 a.m. Monoy Orders issued from 0 a.m. to G p.m Sundays excepted. Each mail closes half-an-hour beforo tlio advertised timo of despatch— oxenpt thut t-a Sydney, which closes at 10 o'clock the night boforo. i
MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 9 November 1867
MISCELLANEOUS. Fuu.vcn and Kjfui.tfltt Sat, mem in Spain, — '1 served iu tho Peninsula,' says Ihe late Marshal Bugeaud, in his Jleuiiniseonce*, ' for | seven years. I sometimes bent the English in isolated mountainaand dolaehed operations, | I which, iu tho rank 1 tlion held, 1 was ablo to : propose and to direct. (The combat otUnluI was ono of these occasions.) ? But, during this long warfare, I am sorry to s-ty that thoro wcrobut few general operations in which tho British army had not the best of it. Tlio , reason was obvions. We almost invambly attacked our adversaries, without tho slightest , reference to past experience, in a manner which generally suececdc.1 ugiinst tho Span. , tards, und which generally failed against tho ! English. They habitually occupied a wotl* chosen defensive position, with a ccrtnin I elevation of ground, showing only u portion J of their atrcugth. Tha cauuouado began. I Then, in hot haste, without waiting to study j thu position, or sec how it could ...
FORBES. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 9 November 1867
FORBES. [FROM Ol't: OWN COItURdl'OSDENT] Mimno. — One mjutli ngo no less (ban tifty-fix acres of tuppjsed uurit'er 011a ground, eoiiatiluting in) morothan t«vc;ity four claims, bill comprising nil tho available ground just at that l line opened, was held by lease. This was surfacing* ground, nud the (act that paiable gold had been struck lie. i ultraclcd n coiuiderable uuniber lo lite loealiiy, uud new nrrivnU wcro ilaily coming iu. Thero was ti good deul of iuuil being | found by the miners, ullcging that ull the j ground supposed (0 contain gold wns biing iiiouu}iouse-i oy a -e» pirucs. jfirtc-quar- 1 ters ol the Jlfty-M* acres hud been applied for tlu.'iiig tho uiouth ol'Seplcutbcr, tnosliy utviui ; the middle of tlio month. No less th tu eigli- I teen acres were applied for on the IDlhntid j Ulh of thai, inonlh — that h, liotie.-s hid j biew poilcdilt'dnrhiii tint suidi nj-p\ie.«io»s ! had bccu made. 1'inding Iho ground so j occupied, und seeing no prospect to disciter more, mon...
THE STORY-TELLER. OVERBOARD. FROM A [?] JOURNAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 9 November 1867
THE STORY-TELLER. OVERBOARD, Eight duya after leaving tho meridian of Capo Agulhas,.ond whilo in tbo latitude of Port Natal, nti acuideut bcfel mo which was very near bringing my sailor Jifo to a sum* mary termination. Wo had no' yet reached tho region ol the soutii-casttraue wina, ueing in tbo latitude of the north-westerly currents, and were crossing the southern extremity of tbo region where, at that season of tbo year,' might be expected those fierce whirling blasts' known as the 'Mauritius hurricanes.' Tbo captain, thoereningoftha day abovo meni. tioned, thought brst to shorten sail. Tlio topgallant-sails were furled, and the yards set on deck; tha topsails doubjo-rccfed, und everything made ready for taking iu tho courses, nud i-loso-reellng, if necessary. Tho starboard watch was from six to eight; but instead of turning in at that time, I remainod up to hoar John Long spin ono of his yarns. ? On tho present occasion the boatswain commenced to giro us ono of his fairytales; an...
CORRESPONDENCE. [We do not necessarily endorse the opinions expressed by our correspondents.] TO THE EDITOR OF THE MINING RECORD. APATHY ON THE GOLD-FIELDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 9 November 1867
COltRES L10Nli li i\C li'. [Wo do not necessarily endorse tho opin ions expressed by our correspondent*.] TO TllC rniTOK OF TllV. MUttSti UV.COlll). APATHY ON Til 12 GOLD-FIELDS. Sir— Your leading nrticlo, on (ho ubovo subject, in Inst week's paper speaks very strongly of the apathy and carelessness oftliw miners and business people of this gold.fiuld, for tolerating quietly tho bad mining laws in forco ut tho present time. You don't spar.' j u«, nnd it is true we descrro it. why, j Mr. Editor, dsrt'fyou suciiest whut shouiii bo douoP It wants something to work tho pooploup to bring thou obj-jstiouablo statu of tilings properly before the country. Your remarks about the money uud enterprise thut would bo brought onto* this Held if the deep ground ut Eureku II it were thrown open tu the public uro very just. I really don't know why wo DO submit quietly to tho continued loss und trouble which those detestiblellcgu lut ions und Act entail on us. Yuu hare now ventilated tbo question pre...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 9 November 1867
THOMAS NELSON, SODA-WATER, LEMONADE, GINGER-BEES, AND CORDIAL MANUFACTURER. ORENPEtL. THE advertiser begs to notify to the publicans of Grenfell, and of tbe Emu Creek gold Hold generally, that ho has just roccivcd from Sydney a first-class NEW ODA.WATEB MACHINE, manufactured by Hayward, Tyler, and Co., London, and containing all thf latest itnj Erovements for tho proper manufacture of this refreshing baverngoi by wbieh he will e ftblo to product) an article equal to thu colobratcd Schwcppo'd, and superior to anything yet introduced 011 these goldfields. IjRMONADR of the fiucrt quality and flavor also manufactured by machinery. NELSON'S CORDTALS havo oMi incd celebrit* in Ihe neighbouring colony of Vic toria, and.ln New outh Wales, and he haa no hesitation in recommending them to his patrons as unequalled by anything cither manufactured in thecolonire, or imported. In thanking tho Licensed Victuallers of tho district for their very liberal support sinco ho commenced business on tho r...
SECOND DAY.—FRIDAY, 1ST NOVEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 9 November 1867
Skcond Dav.— Friday, Ibt Novbmubb. Tho Flying Stukes.— A sweepstakes of 5 eovs with GO eovs uddud. For 2 yrs. old, 5st 2lb ; 3 yrs, 7st 31b; 4 yrs, Ost } G; G, and aged, Ost Gib. Threo-quurlers of a mile, Mr. F. Tozer'a b.c. 11 A., 3 yrs. 7-t. Olbs. 1 Mr. J. Cleelund'a b h Barwon, aged, Ost Gibs ? 2 Mr. J. Espoir's br c Monsieur Le Bcuu, 2 yrs, 6st 2lbs ? 3 Tho Royal Park Stukes. — A sweepstakes of 5 surs, with 100 sovs udded. For 3 vrs old, Gst 101b ; 4 vrs, Ost ; G vrs, Ost 01b ; G yrs und uged, Ost I2lh. Two miles. Mr. J. Tuii's ch g Warwick, nged, Ojt Olbs ? 1 MrF. Hobson's b m Poetess, G yrs, Ost 41b ? 2 M r C. B. Fisher's bf Svlvia, 3 vrs, Gst Gib ? 3 The Derby Stakes,— A sweeji.takes of 25 sovs, £10 ft., with lOi) sovs udded. Colts, 8sl :V.':ft)i'ii'.'/.ea,,6sr51b. Ono imtrutrL-vW/tr 1 Entries closed. ' Mr. J. J'uit's brc I'ircivoruN, uy Jveipic, 1 out nf Gaslight ? 1 ' Mr. S. Wuldoeli's br f Palludiuiu ? 2 ' Mr. L. L. Smith's b. e. L. L ? 3 I The Spring Handicap.— A sweepsta...
THE SPRING MEETING OF THE VICTORIA RACING CLUB, MELBOURNE. FIRST DAY, OCTOBER 31. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 9 November 1867
THE SPRING MEETING OF THE VICTORIA RACING CLUB, MEL BORUNE. Fiuar Day, Octoubr 31. Mai dbn Plate. — A sweepstakes of G sovs, with 150 addud. For three-year-olds, 7st j 4 yrs, Ost ; 5 yrs, O.-t Bibs ; G yra und nged, ' OstlOlbs. Ono mile and u hulf. Mr. 0. B. Fisher's b.f. Sylvia, by Fisher man, out of Juliet, 3 yra, GstOlba ... 1 Mr. F. Tozer's b.c. B.A., 3 yrs, 7st ? 2 Mr. L. L. Smith's br.m. Gruco Egcrton, 3 yrs, Gst Olbs ? 3 Ascot Vai.e Stakes. — A aweepstakca of 20 eovs, h,ft., with 100 sovs added. For two yenr-old colts, 1st 7lbs } fillies, 8st 2lba. Tho winner of any two-year-oid race to carry Gibs extra. Fivo furlongs. Mr. C. B. Fisher's b.f. Fonolla, by Fisher man, out of Koso do Florenco, 6st21bs 1 Mr. J. Espoir's b 0 Melancholy Jaqucs, 8st7lbs ? 2 Mr. S. Waldook's br c Littlo Briton, 8st 7Ibs ? 3 A splendid raeo. Won by u head. Timo 1 min. llsecs. Meluooune COl', n sweepstakes of 20 sovs, 10 stirs ft, or 5 sovs if declared, with a pieco of plute, vuluo 100 sovs, and 200 so...
WEIGHTS FOR THE WAGGA TOWN PLATE HANDICAP 21ST NOVEMBER, 1867. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 9 November 1867
Wbiojits fob tub Waooa Tow.v Plate Handicap 21st Novkuubh, 18G7. Wagga Wag?a Town Plato (hnndienp). of C150 with ti sweep of £5 each, Second horse, £30 front tho Prizn ; 21 miles. Mr, II. O'Harfi's br m Rivcrino, ngod, Oat Mr. A, M'Donald'j blk g Dun Dolo, nged Mr. II. Moxh&m'a ns ch m Gwendoline, G yra, Ost Mr. G. Ashcroft's ch r g Sunbeam, aged, 8st Mr. W. Dade's b g Albury, aged, 8st 12lba Mr. A. Clingin's br g New Chum, aged, 8st 7lbs Mr. W. Dado's b g. Cooramin, agod, 8at Ribs ^ir. a. \- usuingtiam s o g Jtobin in tho Woods, uged, 8st Gibs Sir. J. l'rondergust's g g Delta, G yrs, Sst Mr. U. J. Bowlor's b f Nightshade, 6 yra, Sst g h Albert, a^o. I, Sst Mr. II. J. Bowlor's b 0 Australian, 4 yrs, 7st 12Ibs Mr. A. Clingin's b g Uarkawny, 4 yrs, 7st j Mr. J. Wurry's br g. Kerosene, nged, 7st I lllbs Mr. A. A. Devlin's g gPriam,Gyrs, 7st lOlbs 1 Mr. J.^ Powell's b g Prario Boy, 5 yrs, 7st Mr. J. Cormly's h g Camel, oged, 7st lOlbj b g Philuloo, 5 yrs, 7st 8lbs Mr. J. C. Macs...
THIRD DAY—SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 9 November 1867
Tutttii Day— Satimiday. The All-aged Stakes.— A sweepstakes of 5 eovs. with 100 sort, udded. For 2 yrs old, 4«t 01b , ',1 years. 7Moth; 4jrs0ati & Yra, list. 71b ; ' G yrs uud ugi'd, Ost 81b. One .Mr, 0. B, Fisher's b f Fenelln, 2 yrs ? 1 Mr. J, Tail's br 0 Fireworks, 3 yrs ? 2 Mr. L. L. Smith's be L L,3yra ? 3 This was 11 good race, nnd won by u head only. Time, J minute -18 vcc«. Tho (inks Stokes.— A sweepstakes of 25 sovs, 10 forfeit, with 100 sovs lidded. For 3 yrs old llllies, 8st lOib each. One mile uud n half. Mr. C. B. Fisher's b. f. Svlvia ? Mr. U. B. Fisher'* br 1'The Fly ? * Mr. S. Waldoi'k's br f Queen of Hearts ... j This was a close roe*. Time, 2 miu. fir, The Viitorin Raring (Huh Ilandi-viti.— A swcepsloks* of 10 sots, h ilf lorfeil, with 150 sovs added. For 3 yearn old und upwurds. One mile nud thrpi- quarters. Mr. J. Tail's ch. g. Warwick, ng«d ? 1 Mr. R. J. Hunter's pg 'J'oryli-v, ngo'1. ... 2 Mr. Pearson's br g Spsrrafr/hawk, (» yrs.., 3 A close ruce. j St...
AMERICA. New York, September 11, 1867. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 9 November 1867
AMERICA. New York, Septeinbor 11, 1857. Tho political cauldron continues to boil and seotho very unpleasantly in Washington, nnd ono is almost at a loss to iuiagiuo what is coming next. Acting Attornoy-Goneral Binekley wroto a in -st elaborate opinion und addressed it to tho President, relating to tho action of General Sicklus in approving tho foreiblo 'prevention o( tho execution of legal procssses issued by tho United States Courts in North Carolina. Ho sovercly censures Genoral Sickles for his insubordination aud contempt of tho powers of thejudieiory, and pronounces Ids action ns a high misdenioanor, liable t«- punishment by tho constitution nnd laws. lie than procoo Js to show tlmt under no circumstances ca-i n military commander interfere with tho courts of thu United States, and quotes oxtensivoly from the constitution and from various Chief Justices to prove that under the constitution tho judiciary of the Ropublio cannot bo inter fered with or molested by any porson, undor ...
MEXICO. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 9 November 1867
MEXICO. Maximilian's body has not yet boon sent to Vern Cruz. Santa Anna is still confined in San Juau D'Ulioa. His futeis uncertain. General O'lloran was shot on tho 21st ofi August. Tho Americans in tho city of Mexico mado every ctl'ort to savo him but iu i Our latest advices from Mexico state that the people of that miserable and degraded coun try begiu to clamour for the assembling of Congress, and ure becoming tired of the blood thirsty rule of tho President Jaurez aud his righthand man, General Escopodo. General Porlirio Diaz is jiow tho most popular man in Mexico, and it is said that ho will bo tho next presidentoftho Republic. lie has become tired of tho murderous work of Juarez and Escopcdo, and rcccntly told them to their faces that ' not another drop of blood should bo shod.' They tried to reason with him but in vain. Ho 6aid : ' This draw of blood is now at an end. By heawn I com mand tho army of my country, and I swear that no moro blood shall stain the glories of our t...
MR. MARTIN'S SPEECH IN DEFENCE OF THE GOVERNMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 9 November 1867
AIR. MARTIX'3 Sl'Kl-ICH IX DEFEXCU OF Tli 1C GOV'URXUEXT. Air. Martin defondeil himself from the two charges undo a; linst him by Air. Robert son, in tho i-tse of TVs'iu aud M.'Eroy and that of ' Wliitehea ied Bob.' Iu ull tho speeches that h il beeu delivered from tho Opposition sidi' of tho House, ho could dis cover nothing that at all was tin answer to tho precedent he had quoted of the Alel. bourne Administrations iu 1811 | nor could ho understand liow these members could pro tend that this case was not 11 completo jusli llealioii of the courso the Government wero now pursuing. In thut- case, tin importunt Gscal resolution, involving seven millions of revenue, h id been thrown out iu Couimittco ofWiysaud M'-aus. The Government had not thereupon resigned ; but, alter au ad* jnurriiuciit of two days, L irdJohn Russet was proeee-ling with Iho Uover.iai--nt husi* ess in the usual way, tho panic as ii nothing had happened, when Sir Robert Peel gave noticeoi' motion— not Mich a m itio...
SPORTING. RACES TO COME. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 9 November 1867
SPORTING. j RACES TO COME. Wugga Wuggu— November 21st and 22nd. Homebush Spring Meeting — November 30th. ; Ntirmbri— December 10th and 11th. Penrith— December 2fith und 27th. Bourko— December 22nd. V. R. C. (Melbourne), Now Year's Dny Meeting— January 1st, 18G8. Tattorsuil'e Club New Yeur's Day Meeting— 1st January, 18(58. Southern Tusimniun Meeting— January 22nd 23rd, nnd 2tth. Lnuncoston Champion Cup Meeting— Febru- ary 18th, lOlh, und 20th. Homebush Autumn Meeting— Easter Mon. day und Tuesday. Mottgco — May.