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EPITOME OF NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 9 November 1867
EL'ITOMB OP NEWS. Iikindahks.— 1 Tho weather of Into has boon very ftvourable, bill creryotiu is (-ompUining of tho dullness of (he times, ^nd the business people suy that money in very scnrco. rJ'iii« tnay bo accounted for in n great measnre by tho idleness of tho crushing-machines, with tlio exception or Air, smith s, which his been engaged during tho last few weeks, crushing tho ccm-Mit from tho nlluml claims on the . White Hills, Ironhnrk*. O.ju lot from the Second Hill, worked out by n pirty of Italians, vieldcd nbout 00 ounces* or 14 dwtg (0 tho ton. Tho claim from whence this cainc has been very remunerative . to tho shareholders (live in number) ; thay have got about 350 loads of washdirt, besides tho comont.— Wes- tern Examiner. Tub BroomakPiooinos.— Very consider able excitcmont is still alive (says tiio Moruya Examiner, of Friday) as to tlio country in tho neighbourhood of tho Pigeon-house rock. Tho country, though nearto tho coast, is very little known, and Mr. Stunning ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 9 November 1867
Wantod, A GOOD STEAD V G I IlL, as General Ser vaut. None oth.-r ured upjiltf. AtUS. FAIIKi', Liihliin Hotel, Wanted, A YOUNG MAX, 10 Minogo a Drug Store, Appiv to - Air. IIODGSOX, Gcnrgc-st , Grenfell. Wanted, ASl AX to iu ike Rusti Brooms, material i'ouod. Enquire at 1 no U ir of 1 no A1ELUJUKXE HOTEL, Ureol'ell. Caution ALL Persons are cautioned not to 'giro credit lor goods on nceountof the Urun* dull Quartz Crushing Company lo uny person without ilia uutlionty und sigtiuturo of our Aluuagcr, Alexander Biuney. J. 11. WOOD, TUUS. All'LECHARANE, Brundah, Oct. 31, IS--7. Caution. PARTIES uro hereby cautioned not to giro creitit lo thu wife of the undersigned, us he will not be responsible far any debts con trootcd by her. WILLIAM JONES. November 8th. Reward. I 03T, a 1JA V AIAUE, branded IU on U near shoulder, unU tn utl'ohoulder. Thu ubove reward wilt be uui l 011 delivery to Mr. AlAUKiCE DAtiTON, Uutoher, at tho heatl ol the Old Lead, Urenioll. £1 lieward. L03T, a Bay .Mire, bruu...
AFTER THE BATTLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 9 November 1867
AFTER THE BATILE. Ky father, hero of ihe smile so sweet! One hussar with him, farouritoof his train For loftiest auturc, courage most complotc, After the battle rodo across the plain . .1 Thick strewn with dead, whom uight was clo'simr round. I Ilis ear midst sileneo, caught n feeble sound j , It was a Spaniard of tho vanquished host I Dragging his bleeding body on tbe road, ' ' Gasping for breath, crushed, lirid, - dead | almost, ? And praying—' Water, for tho aake of God 1' My fa thcr straightway to his hussar lent : The flask then bunging at hia saddle-bow ; ' Here, uiro u draught to this poor wounded When, sudden as tha hussar o'er him bent To reach his lips, tbo mail— half Moor, no doubt Seised on his pistol, and with frantic yell ' Took aim, nnd'ilrcd full at uty father's head. The bullet passed so near, tbo plumed bat fell, Tbe fiery charger reared and plunged about ' Giro it him alltho samel' my father said —Translated from Victor Hugo.
SELECTED POETRY. OLD GREGORY. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 9 November 1867
SELECTED POETRY. OLD GAKGORT. Old Gregory Blood on a rising ground, i And viewing lite country spread around;,. j Said: 'I'm worth a hundred thousaud I pound I' 'I- .? k Dis ampio wealth had increased of lato, 1 Tho casn at hit banker's nu growing great, And ho had juit purchased u vast estate. ' Wo mait look to those cota tu-murrow They obstruct the tie* from my elegant lawn : I'll tow Iho a pot where they stand with corn 1', Tlben tho kind old .steward, bb shook his ' And all those poor who toll' for their bread, Where will tliey hide his heads?' lit* said. 'Tliey may hirfo their heads where they please fur mo ) It's nono of my business I' said Gregory. ' And yonder rickety clockcty milli That grinds and groans at tbo' foot of tho hill, ' I'll stop it'e nouo and I'll keep it still Then tho kind old steward, bo looked for* lorn— 'But tbo mill was built before you were And whero will tho villagers grind their ' They may go grind whero thoj will for me 5 All that is their busiuess 1'...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 16 November 1867
Bricks for Salo. BRICKS of tho best quality FOR SALE £2 12». Cd. at tho kiln, or £3 per thou* sand drawn into town. t-. F. A. MARTYN, Company's Bam* . To Butchers. ' C*C\C\(\ EAT WETHERS For' Sale, UUvJU iu largo or small lots. Weights, GOlbs. and 701bs. Apply to W. R. WATT, ? Buinbaldry. Forbes Agency. MR. W. D. GOULD is appointed Agent for this Journal at Forbes, and is au* thorised to rccoive Advertisements, Sub« scriptions, and Orders for general printing on account of this ofllco. ' Record' Ofllco, 2nd August, 1867. Dam for Sole, FOR SALE a flno Dam, full of water, situ* ato within a short distanco of tho prin cipal Rcofs, at Emu Crook. This dam has tho first right of water from tho Star Gully, and has registered raccs leading into it. This Dam could be made a Dno property for a Crushing Machine. Apply at tho: Ofllco of this Paper. Hides. Hidos. Hides. TWO Penco per lb. givon for good salt Hidos. . Cash on delivery at the Orange Tannery. B noWDEN. N.B.— Tho opening of tho new H...
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 16 November 1867
CKBTTJku-i' ahd HoMB.— il. Brian, tho wolt*known porrespondent of tho Temps, hav» iuiboon burnt out of Fiorenco by tho tropi* of heat, hat guno foraramble with Gifibildi, and writes of his enthustastio reooption at ,^iannfx acd Ilapolano. _Tho papular General, -Viva Garibaldi!' but « Vira Itily !' ut Korae, and down with tho' clerical pirty. Th'it hb added, is (ho prograrmno of tho day. Ili* tour in tlw direction of the Papal frontier naturally giros riso to tinny coiijoo'ums ond reports, but ho Im IiU daujhter und her chit Jrott with him, nnd according to tho last l.tttcr (7tb instant) ho proposod rcminiina nt Jtipolano to tako the mineral wator* of that p!a-^o, which aro good for rheumatism. M. Erdan, who is a calm and eonsible obsorror, i* of opinion that although 0.\ribaliU|# pri-* rout uim and determination are to bring iTiu Itomiii queslionto a crisis, ho will not act until insurreotion slnll haro- taken plain in Home. Such ha cons'ulors to haro b^onroo probablo, and on the fi...
MISCELLANEOUS. ELECTORAL ROLLS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 16 November 1867
MISCELLANEOUS. ELEOl'ORiL ROLL3. f oUp wi^ig K s t a r a shows the number ot jj^[J^*P^ho«oUofoachEtector4l District of Iw ' District; ' ' Electors. I ' Argylo ? -1050- ;j Balranald ? 1522 1 I B^thurst ... ? 1)07 I TuoBogan ? ? 2171, Braid wood ? ... ... .„ ?109 . I Camden ? Z, ' »:.''2517' * VI ?? ? Canterbary ? ? '3810 | Tho Olaronoo... ? 2377 Garooar ? ,„.-.108Gt -. . Central Cumberland... : ? u. 2032 Eden ? 1 ?«-»? - The Glebo ... '2QM . 'Gotilburn ? 777 . . MThoGwydiri.., - ??:^.-.1803 . , . ? Hartley -. ? 1238 ThoHastlngs ? -2311 Tho.Hawkejbury ? ;.V 1433;. ' j . TheHumo ? ' ...' 1419' . ? Tho Hunter ..i;.;, : vlll5. . Tho' Lower Hunter ? 7-13 Orango .? ... ? - ? 1203 , 1 . Paddington ... . 2101. ... . Perratnatta ... .... 1222 ? ThePaterson... '... 610,, Patrick's Plains ! 1430 Queauboyan ? 1003. . ' Bhoalhaven ... ... 1115 ? St.:Leonards.„ ? 1093 EastSydnoy 8331- West Sydney ^ . .... 7030 . The Upper Huntor ». 2007 lllawarra ... ... . ? 1416 Kiama 1 ? - .,, ... .V, ... 1372 ....
SELECT POETRY. FAR AWAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 16 November 1867
SELECT POETRYv FAB AWAY. A-- , | 'Tii past— but yet I see it still, ! , That aunshino on tbo shore j Tim rojes on tho window-sill j Tho ivy round tho doorj Tho light and shadow flitting round Each old familiar treo. Along the line of grassy ground That slopes towards the soa t And through tbo western window* low , Tho sotting sunbeams pour, ' And flit and flicker to and fro , t j Upon the matted floor. ~ ? ? 4 Tho littlo porch— I boo 'it yet— ' . Whore summer flower* twino, I And all their fragrant btosioma knit ' I With leaves of glossy vino. And with their sweetness stoaleth slow j Atboughtofhoursgonoby, , j AU lighted with a golden glow ' ' ' ' Of sunset in tho sky j And memories of tbo pathway fair i That wound along thi bay,'.. . j And of ono iweot hoar wasted there ' , ' ' Ono blessed eumraer day. Ono Uttlo hour, along tbo shore, ' As arm In aim we strayed, And listened to tbo ceaseless roar Tho restless waters made j And watohed tbo shadows in tbo deep, % Tho sunlight on tho ...
[?]SEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 16 November 1867
[?] \x was once (aid by a talented Frenchman '? 1 fl want to control or influence a people let. me give Iht'in (licir iiiuuteuicnts | aud any oiiu clao can uiuku their bus.' The expres sion has drafted into aif upliyrisui, utid has bi-rtioo a rcco£iiikcd truth.. It may appear t-» the Divine or tho moral' philosopher, -.iho I living uliuust wholly in tho seclu»ion of the | ftudy, bulluves that 'tho eterual principles; which ilefino tiulli from Vm'r,.' rirtuo from ! vice- ure only (o bo known to become guides J to lead men In tin' jmths of iirtitudc and liap- ! , ' pincss ; but the luun of tho world's hurd ex-, peiicnue of life Icaclu-a him that wlut often 'the good men would, they do not—and 'X'/? . ? . tho' evil they' would . not, that they do.1' f' V.V'.-' ' Tho -Frenchman was ri^ht— u# the - French : . ' moralist generally ii. - Ho knew mankind did not/ os a lule, act so tuuch from couviiiioti , - ' as from cuitoin, so much from oicutniiud [;7 . truthful principles lis froni habit...
LATEST TELEGRAM. SYDNEY, Friday, 3.50. p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 16 November 1867
LATEST TELEGRAM. frBOU OBETItlB AKD CO.] SYDNEY, Friday, 3'C0. p.m. Mr. Macleiiy's motion, impugning the fin ancial policy of tho Govcrsmont, was defeated by a majority of foutteen. The Council rejected tho Abolition of Pun* ishmen Bill. The Banqueting Hall in Hydo Park is to | bo crected prior to tbo arrival of Prince | Alfred. ! Tho Aerated Bread Company is now ; regularly established and in operation. The Aboriginal cricketers won the match at Maitland, with eight wickets to go down. The Australian and the Queensland Steam Navigation Company have ainalgatnatsd. Wool, lower. Fat catlio, £2 10s. to £3.
Additional English News. France, Sept. 31. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 16 November 1867
Additional English News From S. M. Herald's Telegram. Franco, Sept. 21. Li Franco of this cvenine, coinnmuting I upon tha rot-cut circular of Uisnnrk to the I Prussian diplomatic nzenU nbroad, says it Is not Franco who prorokes tho national sifeoep tibility of Gorin iny,— it i- Prussia who pro vokes the lUiReptibllilicsuf France. Prussia's policy is irritating ; in this she is wrong ; tho French Dfonlcaro not o»cr cxacline towards u vanquished enemy, and do not liko any other nation lo boixaethig Inward* thorn, es pecially when it has had .neither opportuuity nor honourin vuuqulshing them. London, October 15., Lord Stanley stated tint tho nolitlcal linri* xan in Europe is cloudy, but' lib hoped the good sunsoof tlio Powers would prevent war ; ho said, ho was further cojirinbed that timo would ulloy tho extrrmo Irritation in the United Statss towards England, With regard to. tho llalian imutrmlion the lutost advices froin' Italy stute that thero had been further fighting with tho aav...
EPITOME OF NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 16 November 1867
, EPITOME OF NEWS. Tub Babbieb Banokb.— Wo learn from a party who harojust passed through tho town, and who have camo direct from (he abovo locality, that tho pooplo wcro coming away in hundreds— that tiiero isnota sj wc c.rBoJd to bo got. From information wo possessed, wo some months back warned parties from being (oo precipitate. It may uo truly said that ! these ranges were well itatnod, as they have I l) roved a ' barrier'! (o luanr. in moro senses I than one.— Tdstoral Times, Heavy Fleeces, — Mr. George Blackctt, of Wambandry, Macquario Btvcr, had thirty sheep shorn in tho grease last week ? nnd thoy ureraged about 10 lbs. of wool, very frco from dirt. Ono flccco weighed 12lbs., and another 11} lbs. Tho sheep are of tho Merino Ureod,' very largo framed, and tho heaviest of them would, Mr. Btackett thinks, weigh, when dressed Ut-for tho market, 120 lbs.— l)ubbo Dispatch. . ?? ??- Modoeb Ice . Comtant. — Tho machinery for tho abovo Company has arrived, and is now being rapidly cr...
LATE NEWS. Monday, Nov.11. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 16 November 1867
LATE iV13W8., Monday,- Nor. 11. . BniBDAXR,— Troopers Cahill and Power tho up-esoort from Uoekhampton io Clur ttuint with £4000 far tlia Au.tralUn Julut | Stock Bjnk were found dead, both . having been poi-one-I in their tent. — ' JJjjgOuitoPOH.— » quartz reef it being worked atlifrittftR^im^Mggiiigs wincli is t.irtdng out very rich t nn^WJOtM'i^old hai been discovered at from 2J m 30 feel sinting. There are from 1000 to 2000 peopte on tho ground, sumo doing well, and un averago per centago ulakiug a good liriug. Tuesday, Nov. 12, SrD.vp.v— Mr. Itodd moved to night hi the Asseiuhlf— ' thut tho gold export duty is un just, unpolitio, and ought to bo abolished.'' Alr.Eigur promised if the motion wero with- j drawn lout once ui*o iioticoofa hill to repeal ' thrgold duly. Motion withdrawn, and notico 1 by Air. Kugur given accordingly. AuKLAtUK.— Tho Huko arrirod nl TCnhunga 't 11 a.m. yesterday, uud went tothediegings. Hois not cipccted In Melbourne beforo De comber.
CALENDER FOR NOVEMBER, 1867. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 16 November 1867
OALKNDAR FOR NOVEMBER', 18G7. MbMOBANDA OF TUB ? '°?™- wTmZ: 11?. AU Saints' Day 5* 20* G 40* SB. .5 10 0 41 3 S. 20rit 8. AfTKRTcixiTi 5 18 G 42 4M. .... 6 17 0 43 6 T. MoonVlstqr.70-3Dn.hi. 5' 10 G-M # W. (5) GuupowdorPlot;'f. 5-15'i ;0 45. 7 Til. Governor Brisbane hr- 6,14; i 0 ?J4I ft 1\ [rived ot Sydney, 1821 5.13 0 47 9 «. :?'??? 5.12 'G'4S' 0 S- 21stS.afteu TnwiTi '5 11) 0 49 11 K. . 6 10- (J 50' 1ST. Full moon, ll'Sl a.m. 5 0 0 51 IS W. Curran died, 1813 ' 5 8 0 52 UTh. .6 7. 0 53 - ' 16 F. Cooktook-pos .ofNcw B';7' 0 53 - 18 S.- [Zealand, 1769 5 : 0 0 54 . 37 8. ^2soS.ArtBuTwKm 5:.6' 0 55 , 18 M. . '5 ;4 0 50 1!) T. Moon's 1st qr, 3.18 a.m. 6, 3 0 67 £0 W. . 5 3 G 57 11 Tli. Princess Boyal born, 5 '3 '6'67 22 F. [1840 5 2 0 58 i'3 H. - ? ? &) 5 ,1 0 50 24 S. 23aDS.ArrEaTBisiTT 5 0 7,0 25 M. ' 6. 0 7 0 2G T. New moon, 3-23 p.m. 4 50 '7 1 27 W. Pacific Ocean dis. 1510 4 OS) 7 1 28 Th. Great Flood at Mel- .4 53 7 2 CO F. *' ' bourne, 1849 4 68 7 2 80 8. - St. Andrcwfs ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 16 November 1867
THE 'MINING RECORD' GENERAL PBIHTING OFFICE: EVKttY deioription of JOB PRINTING executed at the above establishment *itb promptitude, ia the beat stjlo of tlio art, and at moderate prioes. riiln and Ornamental Printing in every Foiling Billt Band Bills . Catalogues . . Pamphlet* I ? : Bill Heads. ; ? -i.iX., ? ? ' Cards , \ ' ' Business Announcements Circulars . Law Forma Gold Boobs Cheque Books. Receipt and Delivery Books i Orders from the country promptly at- : (ended to. i J. G. DAVIES, OCULIST, CHEMIST, ' AND DRUGGIST, ? ? ;? - RANKIM-STREET, FORBES. ? j TVlYIES' CELEBRATED EYE-LOTION, 1 XJ forwarded to all parts of the Colon/. -- / In Bottles— 3* GJ., 6s., and 7s. Cd. ! AMERICAN BAKERY. ? ' J. A. COURTIS OOO E, CONFECTIONER, AND RESTAURATEUR, (Fnou Gcntbb's, London,) 1 Two Poors from Princess* Theatre, George* street. 1 QONTRACTtaken far Bills, Suppors, , JELLIED, CU3T.VRDS, Ac., supplied to - Invulidson Moderate torms. . PANUJT BISCUITS in endless variety. i' CO rf ^ i ? ' i* ...