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POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, 12TH DECEMBER. Before Messrs. Vaughn and Halls, J's.P, DRUNKENNESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 16 December 1876

POLICE COURT. Tuesday, 12tu December. Before Messrs. Vaughn and Halls, J's.P. DllUNKEN NESS. Thomas Tobin, 011 bail, was charged as above. Defendant did not appear and his bail was ordered to bo forfeited. Before Messrs. Vaughn, Halls, and Pyne. BREACH OP IMPOUNDING ACT. Thomas A. M'Dermott v Thomas Holten. — This was a complaint that defendant did, on the 30th November last, refuse to take forty head of stock brought to him as pound keeper to be impounded. Mr. Crommelin, for tho defence, contended that under tho seventeenth section of the Act, which rermired damages to be alleged in tho information, their Worships had 110 jurisdic tion, and stated that 110 less than fourteen cases had been discharged by tho Burrowa Bench last week on similar grounds. Tho Bench were of opinion that the objec tion was fatal, and dismissed the case. FUItlOUH DRIVING. Police v Patrick Joyce. — This was a com plaint that defendant did, on the evening of the Gth instant, furiously drive a pair of horses ...

Publication Title: Grenfell Record And Lachlan District Advertiser, The
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By Electric Telegraph. SYDNEY. Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 16 December 1876

By Electric Telegraph. [Press Telegram Association.! SYDNEY. Tuesday. Parliament opened at noon to-day, with the usual ceremony. The speech was short and unimportant, and the measures proposed the same as recently announced by the Premier. It was stated that the Govern ment were preparing a scheme for the consoli dation of the debt of the colony. Friday Evening. In the Assembly, the debate upon Mr. Parkes's want of confidence motion was con cluded at 11 o'clock on Wednesday night, the Government obtaining a maiorifcv of 7. Mr. Farnell was elected Chairman of Com mittees unopposed. Mr. Buchanan's Divorce Bill was read a second time, and the same gentleman's motion censuring the British Government in connec tion with the Bulgarian outrages negatived by a majority of 14. The Sydney and Victorian Governments are considering the advisability of jointly engaging the services of an eminent engineer from home, to report upon the defences of the colonies. The English Eleven won the cricket m...

Publication Title: Grenfell Record And Lachlan District Advertiser, The
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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 16 December 1876

Taking tue Pledge. — Our Roman Cathol10 „ bishop, Dr. O'Connor, (writes our Ballarat correspondent 011 Monday) seeing the evil effects of drunkeness in the community, has, like Dr. Thornton, the Anglican bishop, determined to use hia power and influence to check, if not to eradicate, tho pernicious vice ; but in the action he has taken he has gone to the extreme Dr. Thornton inculcates temperance ; Dr. O'Conor inculcates total abstinence ; and which of the two will have the most success will no doubt be a result anxiously watched. After vespers at St. Patrick's Cathedral last evening, a meeting was held in the belfry, at which about 300 persons attended, presided over by Dr. O'Connor, who said that, seeing the lamentable results and gradual spread of drunkenness, ho believed it his duty, in the interests of his nock, to make a stand against it, and to induce them to help him ; and as a preliminary step, he' had resolved to administer the pledge to all persons willing to take it to a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 16 December 1876

GOOLAGONG. — Impounded at Goolagong, on the 20th day of November, 1875, from Sandridgo, by W. P. Costello Esq. : — Creamy and white cow M over off shoulder Roan and whito cow, like J over X over 2 near shoulder, S over 5] near ribs. Blue-sided cow, white back, w over ^ off shoulder. Yellow or brown cow, white about the rump and belly, w over blotched off shoul der. Also, on. same date, from paddock, by A. J. Henessey : — Yellow yearling heifer, some white on tail, m over ^ near rump. Also, on the 4th day of December, 1876, from Binda, by John West, Esq. : — Roan bullock, off ear marked, RW near rump, writing capital W near ribs, SI near loin. Roan bullock, same marks and brands. White bullock, red spots about ribs, neck, and oars, down horns same mark and brands, White bullock, rod neck, off ear marked, (lyR off rump, RW near rump, writing capital W over 2 near ribs. Red and white cow or heifer, off ear marked, near rump. Roan and white heifer, off ear marked, cut throat, writing ca...

Publication Title: Grenfell Record And Lachlan District Advertiser, The
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ACTIONS FOR TRESPASS. [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 16 December 1876

ACTIONS FOR TRESPASS. Thanks to the energies of our police force throughout the colony, the ' bullet-mould and harness-cask ' fraternity are almost unknown in the present day ; but it is questionable whether, cattle being again the medium, thoso whom Mr. Walter Cooper so unsparingly denounced havo not re-appeared in another character. Certainly, the Impounding Act and Lands Act Amendment Act combined, have afforded any not too scrupulous conditional pur chaser an opportunity of clearing off both interest and principal by means of poundage fees raised from his neighbour's cattle, which, animal-like, prefer forbidden grass and water to that to which they are legally entitled. In this age, no doubt, and appearances justify the supposition, the correct reading of tho golden rule is ' Do unto others as they do unto you but, when the severity of the past and present seasons is taken into account, we think a little more consideration should be evinced for the suffering brutes, even were ne...

Publication Title: Grenfell Record And Lachlan District Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CATHOLIC. [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 16 December 1876

CATHOLIC. Mass will be celebrated at 11 a.m at — Young — Every Sunday. Jubilee and Christmas Stations will be held at — Lake Cowal (Mr. Frost's) — Saturday, Dec. 16th. Caragabal (Mr. Gibson's) — Sunday, Dec. 17th. Pinnacle (Mr. J. Feehily's) — Monday, Dec. 18th. Oma (Mr. Radburn's) — Tuesday, December 19th Bald Hills (Mrs. Boland's) — Wednesday, Dec. 20th. Arramagong (Mr. Daley's)— Friday, Dec. 22nd Grenfell — Sunday, Dec. 24th. Young and Grenfell— Christmas Day, Dec. 25th. Young— New Year's Day, Jan. 1st. 1877. Burrangong Creek (Mr. J. Creighton's)— Satur- day, January 6th. Grenfell— Sunday, January 7th. Cudgell Creek (Mr. Joyce's) — Tuesday, Jan 9th Tyagong Creek (Mr. Myer's) — Wednesday, Jan 10th. r Memagong (Mr.' M'Kinnon's) — Thursday, Jan 11th. i MORANGORETjL. — Impounded at Moran \ gorell, on tho 4th day of December, 1876, j from Teinora, by J. 0. Anderson, Esq : — Blaok and whito working bullock, whip marked, blotchod brand liko D over T near ribs, IC \ off rump, X off ribs,...

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THE URANA RUSH. [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 16 December 1876

, THE URANA RUSH. As considerable interest is manifested in news from the alleged gold discovery near Urana, and as a number of our miners are already making amovo in that direction, wo publish tho follow ing extract from tho Parkes Gazette : — Much excitement has been evinced in town respecting the rush to Urana. Many conflicting telegrams have boen received in Parkas, and so that something reliable might bo ascertained Mr. Warden Dalton, with commendable thought fulness, telegraphed to the Clerk of Petty Ses sions at Urana fi.r dofinite information. Tho following is a copy of Mr. Dal ton's telegram and the reply : — ' Parkes, December, fi 1870. ' From F. Dalton, Esq., Warden of Lachlan Mining District, Parkes, to tho Clerk of Petty Sessions, or Mining Registrar, Urana : — ' Ploaso inform 1110 as early as possible, what aro tho number of shafts at Urana on gold ? What is tho progressive depth of sinking from prospectors onwards ? What is the formation of the alluvial, and what tho ...

Publication Title: Grenfell Record And Lachlan District Advertiser, The
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IMPORTANT TO SELECTORS. [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 16 December 1876

IMPORTANT TO SELECTORS. The following circular has been aent to the several Land agents throughout the colony : — ' Department of Lands, Sydney, 3rd Novcm' ber, 1876. Sir, — As conditional purchase appli cations for parts of measured portions are made under section 10 of tho Land Act Amendment Act of 1875, and amounts aro frequently ren dered and accepted by the Crown Land Agents as cpst of subdivisions of lessor rates than those detailed in the scale of fees at present in tho Surveyor-General's office, I am directed to re quest that you will be good enough to demand from applicants payment according to the area required, and in accordance with the scale of feos herowith. I have, &c., Wm. Blackman, for the Under Secretary.' Scale of Fees paid by tho Government to Licensed Surveyors for tho survey of portions of land : — Less than 1 acre, £1 ; amount of each addi tional portion conterminous, 10s. 1 acre and less than 5 acres, £1 ; each, portion conterminous, 15s. 5 acres and ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 16 December 1876

AUSTRALIAN ( JOINT STOCK 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, Manager. ^ GREAT EASTERN ' HOTEL, GEORGE-STREET. GEOEGE STOKES BEGS to inform his friends and the public that ho 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 tho Hotel has been put into E thorough repair, and visitors can rely upon a receiving every attention and comfort. The stock of Wines, Spirits, and Beers has been selected with great care, and will be found equal to any in the district. Apartments for private families. GOOD STABLING, Competent and Careful Grooms. CRITERION HOTEL. __ j MICHAEL CLEAR! ? BEGS to announce to his friends and the j public generally...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 16 December 1876

DEATH. RICH ? On the 15th instant, at tho Thistle Hotel, Grenfell, Ada Alice, infant daughter of Mr. Joseph Rich, aged 10 months. THE GRENFELL REC0RD SATURDAY, DECEMBER 16, 1876.

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RELIGIOUS NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 16 December 1876

RELIGIOUS NOTICES. I 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.] Ciluecii op England. The following services will be conducted (d.v.) in Holy Trinity Church, Grenfell : To-morrow (Sunday). At 11 a.m. ? Rev. F. S. Wilson At 3 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 3 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

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GRENFELL POST-OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 23 December 1876

GREK'FELl. jPOST-OFFICE. Office hours (working doy'a) from 9 a*ra. to I r-in. and from 2 p.m. to 6 p;in,) on Sundoys, Cbristmfts any, ond Good Friday, tho offico will open fdr daivorv of letterB only between th© hours of 9 a.m. and 10 a m, AEBIVAL AT7D DISPATCH OP MAILS ? ARRIVALS. From Sydnoy, Melbourne (seaborn), Cowra Oarcoar, Conowindrn, Bathnrst, Mudpe«' ? Oulconir, Tnmbaroora, Hill End oud Sofala — I-;iiiy (Mondftyo excepted) at 6 p.m. From Molbonrno (overland), Young, Wagca TTat/ca, Burrows, Yase, Goulburn, Albnry ond Doniliquin — on Tuosdayo and Fridays, at 6.20 n.m. From Forbes, Pnrhea (Busifijoan's), Goolaconp, Oranee, Wellington, and Dubbo— on Sundays ond Wednesdays, at 6 p.m. t From Morangorell, TemoTo, (Tho Bocbe), Coora* mundra, and tho Murrumbidgee-~on Mondays and Thursdays at 0 p.m; From Marsdenfl (tho Bland), Wollongough, aud ? Humbug Creek — on Mondays and Thursdays, at 6 p.m. From Wood's Creek—ron Tuesdays, at 11a.m. DIIPAETUBBS. To Sydney, Melbourne (seaborn), Co...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 23 December 1876

Notice. Anyone found trespassing, or re moving STOCK, without permission, rom tho MORTRAY RUN, will be prosecuted as tho law directs. LITTLE & COMANS. Mortray, Oct. 7th, 1876. CAUTION. ANY person found TRESPASSING on my property at Moppity, Solforino, or Arra magong, will bo PROSECUTED according to law. Poison laid for dogs. - 1 : CARLO MARINA. Arramagong, 1st Dec., 1875. £100 Reward. STOLEN from Kikiamah, a number of BULLOCKS, branded PW on near rump, split ears ; also, several head TWO YEAR OLD HEIFERS, Bamo brand and ear mark. Any person giving information which will lead te the conviction of tho thief or thieves will receive the above reward. Tho Station Brand now is 2 in circle under PW, and anyone giving information which will lead to the conviction of any person stealing cattle of that brand will ' receive the above reward. Poison laid for dogs. P. WALSH. IOirLBSE,lEEBS;AM COIPANY, HAYING, COMMENCED BUSINESS ? AS 0ARRYIMG & FORWARDING AGEfFS. ... BEG' to notif...

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CATHOLIC. [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 23 December 1876

CATHOLIC. Mass will be celebrated at 11 a.mat— Young — Every Sunday. Jubilee and Christmas Stations will be held at Grenfell — Sunday, Dec. 241 h. Young and Grenfell— Christmas Day, Deo. 25th. (On Christmas Day, two Masses wiil be cele at Grenfell, one.at 8 and another d 10 a.m.) Young — New Year's Day, Jan. 1st. 1877. Burrangong Creek (Mr. Ji Creighton's) — Satur- day, January 6th. ./? Grenfell— Sunday, January 7th. j Cudgell Creek (Mr. Joyce's) — Tuesday, Jan 9th Tyagong Creek (Ifr. Myer'aj — Wednesday, Jan 10 th. Memagong (Mr. M'Kinnon's)— Thursday, Jan 11th. Goolagong (Schoolhouse) — Sunday, Deo. 10th. Tinpot (Messrs. Woods Bros.) — Monday, Dec. 11th. Bandon (Mr. J. Newellfs)— Tuesday, Dec. 12t.h. Kikiamali (Mr. P. Walsh's)— Tuesday, Deo. 12th Wentworth Gully (Mr. Nowlan's)— Wednesday, Deo. 13th. Fenn'a Crossing, near Forbes (Mr. Reynold's) — Thuraday, Dec. 14th. Morangorell (Mr. Marshall's)— Thursday, Deo. 14th. Strickland'a Gap, near Forbes (Mr. Maher'a) Friday, Dec. 15th. Tha...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 23 December 1876

. ? ? ? — — ? j ? ABSTRACT OF AUCTION SALliS. ? I Thursday Next. M, LEVY, at the residence of Mr. Slee, at 11, House, Garden, Ground, Furniture

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Our English Letter. October 19, 1876. [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 23 December 1876

Our English Letter. Qctobor 19, 1876. Europe is evidently- on tho brink of a war which is expected will prove moro 'momentous and be fraught with groator results, than havo depended Upon any struggle of the present cen . tury, or, indeed, in any former war. Sinco my last letter, the Great Powors have united in demanding an armistice of from four to six weeks. The Porte suggested an extension of the time to six months, which Russia rojected as unnecessary and unfavourable to the conclu sion of a durable peace. The shorter period iB without doubt advantageous to Servia, for in a month's time the state of the roads and the rain will put an end to offensive movements on the part of the Turkish army, unprovidod as it is with trains and altogether unprepared for a winter oampaign. Russia has given tho Turks an ultimatum. She must consent to a six weeks' armistice, and give administrative auto nomy to Bulgaria, Bosnia, and Herzegovina. Commissioners to bo named by tho Great Powers are to b...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 23 December 1876

ODDFELLOWS' HALL. BOXIIG NIGHT, 1876. THE GRENFELL Amateur Dramatic Club Will give one of their ENTERTAINMENTS On the above night, on which occasion there ' will be performed TWO NEW PIECES Never before acted by the Club, and First Appearatice, on any 'stage of , SIX NEW MEMBERS. A Lady Amateur has kindly consented to preside at the. piano, and will play overtures from several well-known Operas. The Performance will commence with the cele brated DRAMA, in three acts, entitled DON G£SAR DE BAZAN. Characters — Marquis de Rotondo ... Mr. J. M.Dodd Don Jose ? ? ... J. C. Ryall Dor Ciasar de Bazan ... John Ella Lazarillo ? ; ... A. Ingrey Pedro ? ... ... Pacolo ? ... A. Anderson King Charles of Spain... R. Read Maritana... ? ' ... Mrs. Le Franc Marchioness de Rotondo Miss Gullen Officer of the Guard ... Mr., C. Logan To be followed by Buckstone's Comic DRAMA of the ROUGH DIAMOND, (Under tho direction of Mr. M. Levy) Characters — Lord Plato ... ... ? Mr. R. Logan Sir Wm. Evergreen . .. .....

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CHRISTMAS. [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 23 December 1876

CHRISTMAS. ' Christmas comes but once a-year,' is an old and familiar saying, and as we have again, approached the greatest of all Euro pean festivals, a few remarks upon its insti tution cannot be out of place. The twenty fifth day of December has for centuries been the day on which the nativity of our Saviour is observed. The first certain traces of tho festival are found are about the time of the Emperor Commodus (180 — 192, A.D.). In the reign of Diocletian, about a century later, while that ruler was keeping court at .Nicomedis, he learned that a multitude of Christians were assembled in the city to celebrate the birthday of Jesus, and' having ordered the church-doors to be closed, he set / fire to the building, and all the worshippers perished in the flames. It does not appear, However, that there was any uniformity in the period of observing the nativity among the early churches ; some held the festival in May or April, others in January. It is, nevertheless, almost certain t...

Publication Title: Grenfell Record And Lachlan District Advertiser, The
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BOXING DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 23 December 1876

BOXING DAY. The day after that of Christmas, which, from ; a custom of great antiquity of making pre sents at this season, termed Christmas boxes, is popularly known as Boxing Day, is the holiday of all holidays in our portion of the globe. The practice of giving Christmas boxes became such a serious social nuisance in England that the public authorities issued remonstrances, and tho tradesmen finallv abated the intolerable grievance by posting notices in their windows that none would be given in future. In this colony we find the system still extant, and that its evil effects are plainly felt is evident from tho faot that the , principal business people of our metropolis have been compelled to advertiso a discon tinuance of tho practice. However, our business is with the day itself and not with its almost exploded customs. On every side we hear of arrangements being made to cele brate the day, and although those who may have Bpent their previous Christmastide ? amidst the snows of ...

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Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 23 December 1876

Correspondence. We viould wish it to be distinctly understood that we do not in any way identify ourselves with the opinions expressed by our correspondents

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