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GRENFELL PUBLIC HOSPITAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 29 April 1876
GRENFELL PUBLIC HOSPraAIc ? ? The following rules Pi the Grenfeil District Hospital, as agreed teat a general meeting of subscribers to the.i«.-titution held on the 25th September, 1867, aii reprinted in a sheet, form by order of the preiu'nt Committee, we publish for general informaion : — ? tltfLES. 1. That the Sospital shall be designated the Grenfeil Distnct Hospital. 2. The obe°t of the institution shall bo to afford mescal and surgical aid, maintenance, and attendance, to diseased and wounded per sons, wto may be unable to procure them in dwellirgs of their own. 3. l'he Committee shall meet once in each mom-h, or oftener if occasion should require, ani shall have for their business to receive and apply contributions of every kind, to engage all attendants requisite, to procure furniture and stores of all sorts, to effect repairs or altera tions in buildings, and in general to watch over the interests of the Hospital, and frame such bye-laws as may promote its efficiency. Five ...
To the Editor of the Grenfell Record. [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 29 April 1876
To the Editor of the Grenfeil Record . Sir, — In. the Town and Country Journal of last Saturday, I noticed that the Minister for Mines is about procuring a number of new mining implemehts called ' Excs.vators,' foi .. tho purpose of thoroughly testing tho known ^ auriferous lands of this colony 011 the different gold-fields. A description of the ' Excavator'' also appears ill that iournal. The Minister will be prepared (says the ^ same paper) to let out these implements to parties of miners at a nominal charge, just sufficient to cover wear aiid tear. Now that there is so much prospecting going on about this district, would it not bo well for the miners and others of this and the adjoining gold-field of the Tyagong to take some steps towards inducing the Minister to supply us with something of the kind mentioned above. The people of Forbes and Partes have ob tained a boring machine from the Government. Why should not we get either an excavator or a boring machine ? E. B. WHELAN. Gre...
BETTING AT RANDWICK. [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 29 April 1876
BETTING AT EANDWICK. The aaaertii® that a coach and four can be driven through any act of Parliment never received a more practical illustration than on the Hand wick racecourse on Easter Monday' last, when Mr, Terry's 'Betting Houses Suppression Act ' stood its maiden test, and like all similar ones for the suppression of what are termed ' wide-spread social vices ' proved a ridiculous failure. It had evidently I not caused an abatement of the passion for gambling on horse-racing, and the ' naughty shopboys' who, it has . rob their master's till in orto^^^gate upXn coming events, could still find a L to accommodj- te them with the their favourite. The ?' list men,^lll|fld appeal* irom the metropolitan journals, were carrying on as brisk a trade as ever, and there was but a trifling difference effected in their mode of doing business. Instead exhibiting lists of the odds as i--c!tofore; they would mount a barre' -Ild baw* t'iem out in stentorian kenefy^of the p'ubli0. T]le jf,*— kno...
[?]EGISTRY. [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 29 April 1876
.ii;v.,v^tEGrSTR,Y'. I i' ;-1 of tho fourth ..uarterly list brands for IS73 appeared as | . ,;;i G(i~.dfo on Wfidunsday, 12l.h | giver, that the ivllo.i .j;g bniuds li.--.vo v viied for, iwcopted by, --. Allotted U- IW ! ? : ? , '...i- -.ous iiiimed, .vie! if no objection is m.-ul.:- ; i i-.-'u:: i two iiKinihii iV'-.:n dato t-ho saii'i brands, will in, venistOK-ci acci'rdir.alv. .11 anv »:i-ror or : oiniani.; . be oi;: -veil, tho applicant shuiild at once communicato the fact to the Brands De partment ; and in doing so, he should be careful to give the brand and number set opposito his name, as well as his address : — Horse List. 3o324 — - over j, Abraham Turner, Cowra 35050 — BR (the R writing capital), John Bris tow, Weiitworth Gully, Grenfeil 35428 — Dfa (tho F reversed), Francis M'Donell, North Logan, Cowra 34974 — 3 E (tho G reversed), George Wilson, Bnmbaldry,- Cowra 35152 — X (the X writing capital), James M'.Govern, Forbes 35438 — E -, William B. Mackay, Warrigal, Forbes 25...
WHOLESALE PRICES. GRENFELL. [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 29 April 1876
WHOLESALE PRICES. ? GRENFELL. Flour (fine) per ton £17 10s Ditto (Seconds) £16 10s '' . Polland 'por ton £7 10s Bran por ton £G 10a Hay, £7 10s 8traw, £3 , Potatoes per ton £14 Wheat Maizp por bushol 7s 6d Oats ditto, 5s Bread 21b loaf6d Butter, nono Cheoso ditto. Bacon ditto lpd . Eggs per dozen Is 3d Honey per bottle 9d Printed aiid published by William Barney Howarth (for tho ; proprietor), at the Grenfeil Record clj George-street, Gronfell, in the cwffif of New South Wales, Saturday, A^l 29th, 1876.
Intelligence. PRESE[?]TION TO THE REV. F. S. WILSON. [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 29 April 1876
^Intelligeace. PT? -POTION TO THE REV. F. S. rxtiibj. WILSON. At +i 'nelugion. of the Sabbath School Teaeher^ting' 0n Fl'ida-T eveninS. 21st . h . 'iber of young persons assem [ )Jj 'S i'' , ,a rch, with a view of presenting ., ecT^n ® filson with an address and a i 16 °/Yi 1 '' an(l handsomely bound rJlfV a token of recognition, on Family Bible, valuaUe advic0alld illstruc. hen- part, of t ^ wJli]st uu[le h a tion imparted u . tQ ^ °the Confiiniation yjn Wilson entering the l n, 1 '°r ®v,Dodd came forward, and °fi'. f \r : Xris 1,ad been d«P'ted by .1 a ^ l- x tcly confirmed to present 5™ymS1ZnSTitl1 an addl'eS8 and a Fo 'I TV-| , llson) token of their love family Bible as a slig. and regard. on read the Mr. J. W. Js orris t'i1(, ;s^v.0DV address, of which the follow ' To the Rev. F. S. ^ Dear Sir, — We the undersigned youmfTpB?^ sons, recently' prepared by yoa ^01' the solemn rite of Confirmation, desire toHgnvey to you an kind, careful, '?= vou have conducted 'H'lyi^liniination11...
WHOLESALE PRICES. GRENFELL. [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 6 May 1876
WHOLESALE PRICES. GRENFELL. Flour (fine) per ton £17 10s Ditto (seconds) £16 0s Polland per ton £7 10s Bran per ton £6 10s Hay, £7 10s Straw, £3 Potatoes por ton £14 Wheat , Maize per bushel 7o 6d Oats ditto, 5s Bread 21b loaf 6d : ? Buttor, nono Oheeso ditto Bacon ditto lOd Eggs por dozen 1b 3d Honey, per bottle 9d Printed aud published by William Babnby Howaiitii (for the proprietor), at the Grenfell Record offico, Geoi-go-street, Gronfell, in the coloily of New South. Walea, Saturday, May 6th, 1876
TELEGRAPH OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 6 May 1876
TELEGRAPH OFFICE. Telegrams aro sont within the colony at a uniform rato of 1b fofl 10 words, and Id each extra word. A tologram of 10 words can bo sent to any part of Viotoria for tho sum of 2s. To the Southern Soction of Queonsland 2s, Contral 2s, Northorn 8b. To South Australia 2s. Tasmonin, 7s. Tolegrams are also transmitted daily by cable to any part of tho Unitod Kingdom, Telograms of 20 words oan bo sont to England for tho Bum of £9 12s 6d. In addition to tho usual working hours, tho Tolo graph offico will bo kept open till 8 p.m for tho roooipt and transmission of tolegrams* J. P. OLSON, ? Eloetrio Telegraph and Postmastor.
GOVERNMENT SAVINGS BANK. [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 6 May 1876
GOVERNMENT SAVINGS BANK. A branch of this bank is conducted in connection with the Monoy Ordor and Post Oflloo, Tho Bank is open for the roooipt of dopoBits, and for tho payment of tho samo during the following hourB, viz. : — Daily (excopt Saturday) from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.; on Saturdays from 10 a.m. to noon, and from 7 to 9 p.m., for tho rocoipt of deposits only. 8ums of one shilling, or of any nHmbor of shillings or pounds, may bo doposited. Interest at tho rate of 4 per oent is allowod on tho monoy deposited ; but whenever, from timo to timo, the principal, or tho- principal and interest together, standing to the credit of any ono depositor amount to the sum £200 all interest will cease.
MONEY ORDERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 6 May 1876
MONEY ORDERS; PoBt oflloo money orders on New South Wales, the adjacent colonios, and on all parts of the Unitod Kingdom, aro issued and paid ' aily from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Ordors drawn within this colony on this oflloo are payable on presentation. Remittances can also bo made by olootrio tolograph to any part of this colony and Viotoria on payment of a small sum for tho nocesaary advico of particulars.
SAN FRANCISCO. LETTERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 6 May 1876
San Fbanoisoo; LEITEBS. Not exceeding } oz.. ... ... ... 0s 6d Not excoeding 1 oz. ... ? Is Od Every additional i oz,,. ... ,0s 6d Suez. Not exceeding J oz ... ... ... Os 6d Every additional J oz ? ? 0a 6d . Not exceeding % oz (via Brindisi) ... 0s 9d Every additional i oz ? 0s 9d Newspapers Via San Francisco and Suoz Id each date. These rates will; be the entire amount charged upon letters to and from any part of the United Kingdom, or of the colony.
GRENFELL POST-OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 6 May 1876
-GRENFEL.L ±-OST-OFFIOE. , Office hours (working days) from 9 a.m. to 1! p.m., aid from 2 p.m. to 6 p.m. ; on Sundays, Christmas Day, and Good Friday, tho offico will open for tbo delivery of letters only between tho hours of 9 a.m. and 10 a.m. ARRIVAL AND DISPATCH OF MAILS ARRIVALS. From Sydney, Molbourno (seaborn)- Cowra, Carcoar, Canowindra, BathurBt, Mudgoe, Gulg'ong, Tambaroora, Hill End and Sofala — Wednesdays, Fridays and Sundays at 10 p.m. From Melbourne (overland), Young, Wagga Wagga, Bnrrowa, Yass, Goulburn, Albury, ond Doniliquin — on Tuesdays and Fridays, at 6 p.m. I From Forbes, Parkes (Bushman's), Goolagong, Orange. Wellington, nnd Dubbo — on SundavB and Wednesdays, at 6 p.m. From Morangoroll, Marsdons (tho Bland), Wol longough, Temora, (Tho Rocks), Cooramundra, and tho Murrumbidgoo on Tuesdays 11 a.m. and Thursdays at 9 p.m; DEPABTUEEB. To Sydney, Melbourne (seaborn), Cowra, Carcoar, Canowindra, Bathurat, Mudgoo, Gulgong, Tam baroora, Hill End, and Sofala — on Tueaaay...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 6 May 1876
Suicide by Poison. — Considerable surprise was manifested in banking circles last week by a report that Mr William Alfred Henderson, clerk in the Bank of Autralasia, has committed suicido by taking poison at his mothers resi dence, No. 181, Macquario-street North, near tho Government house Domain gate. On inquiry at the residence of deceased this morn ing, it was acertained that for certain reasons which havo not yet tranpirod, Mr. Henderson was suspended from his position, pending some inquiry. At tea timo and later ill tho evening, Mr. Hendorsou appeared cheeful, and retired to rest in the usual manner. About half past 8 o'clock this morning a female inmate of tho houso knocked at the bed-room door, which faces tli0 street door passage, but not getting any response, she entered tlili room and folmd him lying dead ou his bed. Dr. 51 Laurin was immediately sent for,- and on examining the body of deceased, gave his opinion that tho cause of death was from poisoning. Decased's father ...