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RATES OF POSTAGE TOWN LETTERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 16 November 1867

RATES OF, POSTAGE Towk Lsttebs. ' . . . liot exceeding half an ounco.. ? Id Wot exceeding1 one oniice, but exceeding . ? - jhalfnuounco'.,, ... ? 2d. For every 'ounce, or fraction of-on ? - '.'ounco ' .v.-'.;;- V 2d '' / ? CotTKTBV LeTTBBS. , . j For delivery in any part of the colony at which the lottcre uro posted . . . Not exceeding half an ounce... ... .... 2d. Not exceeding one ounce, but exceeding . ? . half au ounce ... ...... ... ... .'4d. For every bunco orfra'ctlon of an ounce ^ LtTTEBB 10 AND T110U TUB UNITED ?? . ? Kino dom. . ? ; (Except-in speciul cases.) i; ? Via Southampton.'Mamillea ?. d. . ' 6. d -» Not-exceeding i'.oe. 0 0 0 10-' :- Kxeeeding^os.'i-hut-.' . ?'?'..'Y'l'r.iv iiot exceeding 1 ox. 1 0 -1 8 Rxceodmg l ox., but , . not exceeding 2 oz. 2 0 . ;34 ?Kvcry additional ox,, ; or fraction of an oz. 10.-' 1--8 ITbtteus to HitiTiBii Colonies akd Fobbiok COCNTUICS. Hot exceeding } oz., Od. t exceeding t o*', but not exceoding 1 ox., Is.'} forever? addi tional J ox...

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
POST-OFFICE TIME-TABLE. ARRIVAL AND DISPATCH OF MAILS ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 16 November 1867

rOST-OFFICE time-table;. ARRIVAL AND DISPATCH OF HAILS Ajiuivals. From Sydney.— Monday, Wednesday, and Friday» ul 7 30 p.in. From Forbes and Sydney.— Monday nnd Thursday at 0 a.m. . .„ ^ From Young and Sydney. — Tuesdays and Friday at 0 a.m. ... DBPAUTCBE9; To Sydney.'— Tuesday', Thursday, and Sun day at 4 s.m. To Forbes.— Tuesday~and Friday at O i.n; — To Young.— Monday and . Thursday, at 0 N.B.— Officio hours from 0 a.m. to 0 p.m., and from 2 to 0 p.m. On Sundays, from 10 a.m. till 11 a.m.. -i , . ' Money Orders issued from 9 a.m. to 0 p.m Sundays eiceptcd. 1 ? J?acfi mail closes half-an-hour before the advertised time of despatch— except-that -to Sydney, which'closes at 10 o'clock the night before.'

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BATHURST PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 16 November 1867

BATHUIIST P1MCR8. Best fine silk-dressed i!»ur, per ton,wholer sule, £lOj retail, lis. pcr'lOOlbs.; Uv-usch»ld Jluur, per ton, wholesale, £9; retail, 10s' per lOfllbs. : Seconds, oer ton, wholesale, £8 j retail, Os per lOOlbs. Pollard, per ton. £4. Bean, per Ion, £3. Wheat, 3s Gd lo 3s 01. ' Corn, pi-r uti?*ir.', now, 3- 3 1 to 3s 91. ? Oats, whito, ditto, 2s 0 ! to 0* 9-l- Onts, need ditto, 2- to 2s 4J. - Capu Birley, 2« 0-1 lo 3s. a ' Hay, per t n, £3 lo £4. ? Dittv, lucerne, ditto, £3 to £3 5s. Potatoes per ton, £lto £4 lOj, ? Onions, per cwt., 2(Js to 30j. Butter, salt, pur lb. 9.1 lo Is. Ditto, fresh, ditto, Is 3 I lo Is Od. . Kggs per dozen, 01 to 10.1.. B icon, good, per lb., Od to Old.. Lird, ditto, 0.1 to 81. Cheese, ditto. 5.{ to OJ. — Vrn»Pre*s.

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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COMMERCIAL. RECORD OFFICE. Friday evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 16 November 1867

(JO.\l.MEltCJ.AL. RrcObd Ofpior.- Fridar evenlntr. Prices of general produce at Grenfell are quoted to*-i'iy as uudor !— Fine flour, £11 per ton. Hay i!d pjr ton. and but littlo demand. Corn $!? to 5«. Od. . ? 1 Oats, 3- to 4i. Potatoes, £& tn £G.' Buttcr- fresh, 10.1, to Is. Exgs, Is. per dos, B-icoii, 01 per il). Clie- se. 5i. to 0 1, per lb. - ? The 61b. loaf is now retailed at CJ.

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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GRENFELL MINING REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 16 November 1867

GRliKFELG MINING RliPOItT. Althnugh the reported diicovery of a new reef ' isstill nnything'biit bn'uncouiiiioivoceiirremo at ihe Camp, and (hosn reefs which upp?arcd '' to indicate permnneiicy many, monlhs ago ,r huro sinco given mnplo proof of their dura- ' bility ; vet it is very orident' that tho 'quitrlx fever' which raged so violently in this dis trict for so matif months, has tnnlctiuily tub sldod.-Mauy of our fellow touusmiu, ,who wcro badly affected for a longthenoJ period,' resarding the possession of shares in. qimtx veins ns absolutely certain to* 'lu^d 011 lo fortune/ have been lu many instances taught ' tho contrary, uud aro ugjin settling, down lo . their legitimate ovocutions iu a stale of -com- porudvo sanity. Wo hovo been uel-ustomcd lo sco tin* p.issiMor ofu sficcimcH, Mid to haro ? been broken from a newjy begotten reef, ro--. gularly ''rtuinid' on his 'nrrlvul in' town, by pur'les cagar to 'hack' him uud his niAtcs, . ? for a share ; and for Iho 'backers' to lia...

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HOSPITAL COMMITTEE MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 16 November 1867

HOSPITAL COMAIiri'Eli MEETISO, A meeting of the Hospital Ooiumittee was held at Mr. Burrell'e yraturdny morning. Present— Mr. Btkerin the Clttdr, nnd Messrs Purss, Walker, Kiley, and the secretary. The secretary handed in his nccount of tho proceeds and expenditure arising from the great tra meeting of Tuesday last, by whii-h it appeared that thu total receipts were £82 7s. 0J.,and the total expenditure L'417i., leaving n clear bilance of £77 10o. Od. Besides this h-) (tho secretury) had to inform thu com mittoe that he hud collected £10 ICi. from ladies and others in the town nnd neighbour hood, wbo desired to support the Institution, bnt could not attend to take table. The committee examined tho accounts and ordered them to be passed ns correct. Tho treasurer having omitted to send in his resignation to the committee before leaving Qronfell, it was proposed by Mr. Walker, and seconded by Air. Purss— ' Tlmtn telegram be sent early on that day lo hiul, asking him to send his resigna...

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TEA MEETING AND SOIREE IN AID OF THE HOSPITAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 16 November 1867

. TEA MKlfflNG AND SOIUKE IN AID OF THK HOSPITAL.' On Tueulty last this much tnlked«of event coincoir, nnd was as complete a successes wus possible The Princess' Thratro wus tasto .r fully decorated with boughs and flags fnrthn occasion,' tho' whole of the pit being covered ( willi tables and seats. Tho stage was reserved ' for tfie band and singers. At .half-past six o'clock tho Iioum began to fill rapidly and at , a quarter to aurco every available foot oi i pice Was occilplo-i Fully 2iJ0 personi who came a few minu«A late could not gain ad» mittancc, and had \ wait in tho lobby till somo of those inside taken their refresh ment and retired. Avhis time tho effect on looking down from thluppflp or gallery end of tho theatro was reall-rerj g0()d, and better tban anything of the kin wo ever saw on a gold Bold. Ono half thoVomiancc consiatod of well-dressed ladies, wil a good sprinkling of youngsters who seemedto tUorongbly un derstand that whatever ot^r pooule might hnrbtodo in tho a...

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 16 November 1867

! Trap Tals.— The Spring M.-etiui of ftaw. Uomebufli, which cornea oil' on, the- 30th of. this prif*e»t Nureinher, is tho &r*t to clalmv ouruotii-ei uud. on Tuesday next, the 12th instant, will clo?e the entries for thd MiiJcu Pluto. On FrMuy, (he loth, are to be rc ct'ived tho entries for all the other stakes, as well ns (hedcelaratious of tho forfeit for (lie Maiden Plate ; and this gen-rnl ? ntry on FrU d ty, as well uV tho spceiul one lor tho Maiden Pinto will ulosu at four o'clock n.m. As no excuses for Itiiocolry, or forgctfulncts, will in nn- inre be allowed, wo recommend tho special utteiitiou of horse-owners to tho ad. verliitem.mts, by which it will ba seen lhat Mr. Purl's Ihixaar is the placo at which all entries will bo received ; and that I hey must be luldwsi'd (0 the S.'crctui-y. The New lfomebush Spriu^Trjit. U- utrealy' urltrging* 'norsss iiiTTrVWheighbotirhood 1 and among tlm Hrtt lo ur?hc uro Mr. J£. LVlvrofl'a lot, in charge of Georgo Chapman. Thcsa arc t...

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
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SPORTING. RACES TO COME. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 16 November 1867

SPORTING... ' BAcES TO COME, ' Wugga Wuggu— November 21st and 22nd. Homebtish Spring Meeting — November 30tbt M. and 0. C.— November 7th. Narmbri— Decemher lOih uud llth. .1 Penrith— December 2(lth uud 27th. Bourko— Dt ccmber.22nd. . . . V. B. 0. (Melbourne), Now Year's Day Meeting— January 1st, 18158. .. . TattersuliV Club New Year's Day Meeting— 1st January, 18f-8. ? Southern Tusm itiiaa MeiAing — January 22nd . 23rd, uud 21th. - Luuncesion Ciiamplon Cup Meeting— Febru ? ary 18th, 19th, uud 20-h. Homabiish Autumn Mevtiug— Easter Mon ?. ! dav umrJ'ues luy. . Berrima-r-March; ; i\ Muiigec— Mny, ; . :

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
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LOCAL NEWS. GRENFELL POLICE COURT. SATURDAY, NOV. 9, 1877. (Before the Police Magistrate.) [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 16 November 1867

LOCAL iNEAVS; QRENFELL POLICE COURT. Satuudav, Nov. 0, 18'7. (Before Iho PoliwUitintiriit'-.l James Alexander wus eharged with ivseuin' a hor»o out of the public pound. ' The privuncr pleaded guilty. Fiucd £2 and 3-. OJ. damages. Tumpay, Nov. 12 (Ueforo the Police , John; Lewis, on remand, win charged with stealing weuriug appavel, valued ul 14, iho property of Mrs. Luuchlan of the 'Tlii\tlc,' George-street, ou the moruiug of ' thu 7th instant. Patrick Teitlnn sworn: I-am a constablo iu tho pollco force, Gronfell..- About half past four o'clock on .Thursday' morning '1 was 011 duty in Gcor^c-strcet, with two 1 oilier constables. Saw iho prisoner crossing George-street, near Hulls nnd Allen, about 100 yards above (ho Thistle hotel, with a bundle of cloliicsumler his arm; I followed him, .and called on him to stand; as soon os 1 did so ho commenced to run, and as I was closing upon him ho threw tho bundlo down, and still continued running; whon I was 11 few paces from him I stumbled o...

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
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CORRESPONDENCE. [We do not necessairly endorse the opinion expressed by our correspondence] TO THE EDITOR OF THE MINING RECORD. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 16 November 1867

CORltESPONDMCE. , [Wo do not necessarily endorso the opin j hm expressed by our correspondent*.] Bin,— Your articles on gold-fields' manage ment and mining matters generally, have been read by uie and my fellow miners with much ; satisfaction, and wo feel assured our little : grievances will cvoutuully bo remedied by tlio authorities, if the Rccord keeps hammering at tlio big doors ut Mucquario-strccr. Tho | apathy on (his gold-field which you dealt with iu your issuo of tlio 2nd inst., arises in agreut measure from the full ronfldcnco the miners havo iu the powers of tho Rccord lo deal tingle-handed with all obstructions to mining progress. They fed (heir interests aroscrupu. inusly aud jealously guarded, and all (hut re mains for (hcin to (to is to procuro a copy each. Agreeing with you 011 most points, but being in farour of tho leasing system in deep ground, you will readily conceive that I difler from you in believing tbo interests of the working -miners will materially suiter ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 16 November 1867

Wasted WANTED A OOOK Apply ut TESION'S, ' Briau Boroibme' Hotel, George-street, £1 Howard. L03T, a BAY MAKE, branded HJ on uear shoulder, and co oll'ehoulder. Tho 8 / above reward will be paid on dolirery toMr« AIAURICE DALiTON, Batcher, at the head of tho Old Lead, Grenfell, £l Beward. J' on '?»' ?houlder. .t.r on' foTJITjitU-UtUL '' '™k looked oil i foul ut foot, with muxxte.' delivered lo E. HAINES, Lucknow lleef. | £1 Ueward. STRAYED from ihu Two^milo Dairy, Seven Mile R.md, ono hundred nnd fifty Goats, ono Rain, three Sheep, one black and whito Goat, carries n bell. Tlio above reward will be paid lo any .person utring Information to lead to the recovery uf tho same. Any persons keeping possession of any of them ulicr this notice, will prosecuted as tho luw directs. H. AIUItOATKOVD. £1 Rowar d LOST, from Grunrull, a Horso, branded A near shoulder, hip djwn. The above 2- ' reward will hn pii\ ot briniini; thn same to WILLIAM GRAHAM, . Bcehiro. Store, ; - Near O'Urien's Reef. . . ...

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
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GRENFELL COURT OF REQUESTS THURSDAY, NOV. 11, 1867. (Before the Police Magistrate.) [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 16 November 1867

GIIEXFEfiL CO If lit' OF REQUESTS 1 'I'lirnsDAV, Nov. It, 1807. (HeforetliR Police Magistrate,) Mul'hcwt v. Pulhiook.— Adjourned from hist court. No upp'eurunco of either purty. Mazoudier v. Goninan. — Claim £8 7s. 10d. for goods, adjourned case.— No appearance of defendant. Service of summons on defen- dant's wife was proved, who stated that her husband was gone a journey. Verdict for amount and costs. l)u\i» v. Elliott.— So uppciirance. A. P. Stewart v. Joseph Backhouse.— Claim £8 money lent.' ; No uppearnuce of do f--iidunl. I'l ilntilT stated ho had lent defen dunt £7 in October lust, for which hu had ro cjived hi* promissory note for £8, payable on d« Miami,' The elnlm bring for £8 as '^noncy lent',' and Iho sum lont being only X'7, u verdict was given for tho latter cum und cutis. M O'Donnell v. 21. Herughty,— Olnim £2 for a saddle unjustly detained, PluiulilT staled that some time since bo purchased d joddla from Owen McBride, at defendant's house, in Grcnfcll, and loft it in...

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE GRAVE IN THE BUSH [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 23 November 1867

TIIK ORAVK IN TUE BUSH We laid him to sleep, whero tho tall gums ^Faraway'where the gully is still, Not a »ound is lirard, savo tho laughing bird, On thathoary pine-olad hill. Thero the dingoes prowl, in search of prey,' But his bonrsaro l.ti'ig low t Ho is burii-d deep, anil hu'll soundlv.|le*p*M** 'Uncating for fru-nd.or_f«j« ? ''»* '' 1 ' n=SiW^rrSy^a I « n^s in Iho reedy swamp, - 'r- ' Oleum* brightly on the night ; And Btful, at somo native cumn. Is seen tho wutch-flro lijht. He hct'ds.them not, iu his gory bed lli* bones aro lying low I . , Wo luuy wuUh und , weep, tho doad will Uncaring for friend or' foe. Yet over the foam, in his childhood's homo, His t-huri»hed form they tnit-s ; And a «Mer fo:r, with ouburn hair, lti'tiieinlH'rs his pnrliog kiss. nUniotln'rwoepsa* tho dull timo crceps 'From hours into yea-sj ''Ah I who run Ml it mother's heart, Or a mother's prayers i-nd tears I And the plenming stars, on yon cobalt' tlironrs, At intrrviils {sron-ditn, As the tlew ivura d...

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
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SELECT POETRY. THE DRUNKARD'S BIBLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 23 November 1867

SELECT FOETKY. THE DRUNKARD'S BIBLE. I [?] ' Soma tima sine© a young man wm ©b» 1 verved slondingnt tho bar of an inn, in George* street, bis garments in tatters, and his looks bespoko tho 4 regular lushington/ During a short conversation he informed mo ho was pomiiless, 'having parted with everything, ex* tept a Bible, which ho produced. 'It is my Mother's Bible,' said he, ? ao old family relic j sho gavo it mo when I came out here, an*, (hough I havo been tempted to part with it and now I am half inclined to keep it. Will nobody bid for a Biblo Notes or ao Aus tralian Traveller. ' ' Who bids I who bids for a Biblo f ' Quoth a youth .with a vacant stare, ' Aincaauro of drink is alt I cravo ; Who will a copper spare ? 'Twasniy dear old mother's Bible, And a good old soul was sho j ' She shed sad tears when parting, And her blessing gavo to Die. I know she's nightly praying For n sou thut'eo'cr tho loom, And at times, in a dreamy moment, My thoughts will visit home, And tho precious ...

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
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LATEST TELEGRAM. SYDNEY, Friday, 8 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 23 November 1867

LATESTJfELEGltAAl. [?BOM OLEVILLK iOT CO.l 8JTUNB5T, Friday. 8 p.m. . In the Assembly, tne Municipalities Bill, after considerable progress had been made, was adjourned till this ovening. Tho Galatea Bailed from Adolaido at day Hs-ht yesterday, and is expected to arrivo at Melbourne about noon on Saturday. A great fire at Rockhampton is reported to have destroyed hulf tho town. Wool..— At the 8'ilea to day tho altendanco was small, and verv tittle unmt wnx cTliihitorl in tho bidding. Sheepskins, lower. Fut Cattle.— Cows, £2 10s. to £3 10s. Bullocks, £3 10s. to £-1 10a., with an upward tendency. Fat Sheep.— Full flccced, 10s. to 12s. 6d. ; shorn, 7e.6d to Os.

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 23 November 1867

THOMAS NELSON, SODA-WATER, LEMONADE, GINGER-BEER AM) CORDIAL MANUFACTURER. GRENFELL TIIE advertiser begs lo.nolify to tho publicans of Grenfell, and of tbo Kmu Creek gold field generally, that he lias juatrcccivcd from Sydney a Cfit-clnis NEW SODA. WATER MACHINE, manufactured by Hayward, Trier, and Co., London, and containing nil the latest im* Crovoments for tlio proper manufacture of this refreshing beveruget by 'hjfh 1 c will ? o fvble lo produco nn article equal to tho celebrated Schtrcppo's, and superior to bnjlliing yet introduced on theso goldflelds. , ' ) LEMONADE of tlio finest quality and flavor also manufactured by machinery. NELSON'S CORDIAL 8 have obtained rrlcKrit' in the neighbouring rolcny of Tie. toria, and in New nuth Wales, nml he has no hesitation in recommending them to his patrons n» unequalled by anything either nlannfaetured in thecolonirs, orimpnrtcd. Ju thunking iho Licensed Victuallers of tho district for their very liberal. support sinco ho commenced bnsi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 23 November 1867

8 E 0 0 N D T EL EGRAM. Wagga Wagga Races. . . . ' (From our Correspondent.) attendance wai good, and tho racing generally I excellent. . , . f i The following is the Miuit j i'ltcnsDAT, j Antelopp ? ? ? ? ? ; ? -t' j Beeswing... ...... ? ? 2 Laurel ? .'..'..'...v. ? 3 Australian ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? 1 Nightshade ......V. ? ? ? ? ? 2 Albury.... ? ? ? ? ? g 'ibis was ii tpleiHU.i race. deliver ? ? ? ? 1 Dora... ? ? ? ? ? ? 2 IKOKtl. Mosstrooper ...! ? ? ? ? ? l, Castlcrcagh ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? 2 Cotheralotitf...!. ? ? ? ? ? ? ? a Black Jack ? ? ? ? ? 1 ^ Second Day.—Fhu-ay. J Australian ? ? ? i Alburr ? ;; ? ? ; 2 ? This was a close race. I'KINOR OF WALFS STlJCGi. Delta ? ? ? j Cooramin ? o Kerosene ? ? ? 8 ME1WEW cor. Australian ? ? ? ? ? ' ? ? j Camel ? ? ? !!!!!.'!!!!!* 2 Jerry SncaK ? 3 _ CONSOLATION STAKES. Gwendoline ? ? ? 1 IJirerina ....; ? ? ? ? 2 FOllCED llANI'tCAP. Albury.....; ? ? ? 1 Govcndoline ? 2 Wanted. 3 00 0 TIMDER WATSON BROS. Gcorge.street, Grenfell. Wanted, TENDERS for...

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
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THE GOLD DUTY. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 23 November 1867

THE GOLD DUTY. Ir will liars been noticed in our last week's I isiue that tho Government ore taking tho in* itiative in trying to induco parliament to J abolish the gotd duly. Mr. 1(odd had given noticoofhis intention to move in the matter, nnd Mr. Kaobji molt generously caino* for. ward on tho part of (ho Government, and | ? took the business onder his protecting wing.! If any miner, from this circumstancc, thinks I ? in his simplicity, the Government of New I South Wales aro beginning to wake up to the l notion Iliac mo gom-mining imww* , eomo liUle of their attention, ha ismostcer- I tainly deluding himself. Last session the Go* I vcrnmrnt did much the aamo in respect to this ! matter as they now propoao lo do. Their Gold i Duty Abolition Bill passed the Assembly, but I was thrown out in tho Upper Houso. Wliyi I no ono could possibly tell. Tho fact is tho ' Government aro forced in a measure to follow 1 in the wako of Victoria, and abolish this moat unjust tux on tho industry of ...

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
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LOCAL NEWS. GRENFELL POLICE COURT. FRIDAY, NOV. 15. (Before the Police Magistrate.) OBSTRUCTING THE POLICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 23 November 1867

LOCAL NEWS. GRENFELL FOMOE COURT. Fkidat, Nov. 15. (Beforo the Police Magistrate.) OBSTBUCTINO TBB F0L1C3. Olo Salem was brought up on this charge. Constable Fitzpatrick deposed thut ho was on duty about half-past 12 o'clock on Thurs day night, near tbe ' New York and Cale donia Hotel,' in George-street, when prisoner came to him and asked whether publicans wore not compelled to open their doors at { any time of the night to give accommodation ; to travellers. Witness told him ho bad plenty of time to procuro a bed earlier in tho night; upon which defendant drew back, and, looking contemptuously ot witness. demanded his namo. and number, which he (witness) refused to giro, and walked up tho street. Dcfeudant followed him, and as he persisted in this, up and down tho street, witness had no alternative but to take him in James Gillaghan, the night-watchman, do* poced to having seen defendant following the constablo up and down the street, and de manding from every^ person ho met the c...

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