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(To the Editor of the Grenfell Record.) [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 24 February 1877
111 ? ? L' 1 ' (To the Editor of the Grenfell Record.) Dear Sm, -^Noticing by the Grenfell corre spondent's news, in the Burrangong Chronicle, respecting a dinner, it seems ho has made a great mistake ; he says the same was a parting dinner to Mr. Kendall ; this I beg to correct ; it was to our well-known friend, Mr. F. J. Clarence. Yours truly, A. H. PELLATT. Hospital. — A special meeting of tho com mittee of the above institution was held at the Albion Hotel on Tuesday afternoon last : Present : Messrs Halls (chair) Waugh, Ander son, Flannery, Nash, Purss, and Secretary. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. Letters were read from the various medical gentlemen who had communi cated with the chairman of the Public meeting respecting the invitation for a second practi tioner to settle in this town, which had been handed in with a view that the Hospital Com mittee would act in conjunction with the public meeting to secure one ; and one from Dr. Bin goyne, of Mu...
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 3 March 1877
Strange Accident: — On Monday week, a strange accident happened to a young man named Samuel Ticehurst, son of Mr. Thomas Ticohurst, of Sussex Farm, who is in the employ of T. Pateman, Esq., of Eualdrie. It appears that ho was engaged drawing logs with a team of bullocks, and being amongst the animals to arrange something, they started off, entangling tho chain around Ticehurst's legs, and causing tho hook to penetrate his right calf. A very severely lacerated wound was caused, a Dortion of the trousers bding forced into it, and tho sufferer has since been confined to his bed. Mr. Pateman, we believe, our local hospital being cloaed, purposes taking Ticeliurst to Young, for medical treatment. Race Meeting. — A meeting of the Stewards of the Grenfell Jocky Club was held at Rioh's Thistle Hotel, on Monday evening, Ralph TTolla T?an in oVia.V Tl,o roairrl.ta tl... handicaps wero adjusted, after considerable dis cussion. With respect to the sale of tho gate, it was decided that a reserve...
Local Intelligence. POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, 27TH FEBRUARY. Before D. Pyne, Esq., J.P. OBSCENE LANGUAGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 3 March 1877
Local Intelligence. POLICE COURT. Tuesday, 27th February. Before D. Pyne, Esq., J.P. OBSCENE LANGUAGE. John Downey was charged with having, on tho 14th instant, in George-street, made use of obscene language towards constable Thompson. Defendant pleaded not guilty. Constable Thompson deposed : On Wed nesday, the 14th instant, I was on duty in George-street, and met the defendant riding up the street at a very fast pace ; as he was coming back again I spoke to him, telling him that he should not ride so fast in the street, and that he should be ashamed of riding a horse so fast ; he replied ' How do you know ?' and I told him that I had seen him ; he turned round on the horse and said ' You be b ? d.' To defendant : It was a small horse, and it was blowing very much ; it was an un usually fast pace you were going at, and a man with me mado the remark that you would not ride that animal far. Fined 5s., and 5s. 6d. cost of Court. naturalisation. Papers of naturalisation wero granted to...
GENERAL SUMMARY OF NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 3 March 1877
GENERAL SUMMARY OF NEWS. A number of Bashi-Bazouks crossed the Danube and pluudered the Roumanian out posts. The commander at Silistria has been ordered to punish them. The Servian General Tchernaieff has been delivering incessant orations at Prague in favour of Russia. By order of the authori ties the police escorted him over the Saxony frontier. As he showed a disposi tion to resist the forces, he was threatened. The Porte has warned the Servians that tho armistice, as granted, does not extend beyond tho 1st March. It is said that Servia and Turkey have agreed to accept the status quo ante bellum as tho basis of a treaty for peace negotiations. It is reported that Russia will not oppose Servian peace negotiations, in order that, should war arise, Servia may be invaded as Turkish territory. The Porte has sent a despatch to its repre sentatives abroad, giving notice of the appointment of three Ghristian Governors, and that reforms were proceeding unremit tingly. The Roumanians are e...
FORBES J. C. RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 3 March 1877
FORBES J. C. RACES. The following are the nominations for the principal events at the above club's annual meeting : — Town Plate. Mr. John Flint's ch h Charles O'Malley, agd A. E. Cornwall's br h West Australian, agd John Hade's b g Bay Middleton, 4 yrs R. Grosvenor's ch h Saladin, 4 yrs J. Glazier's br h Battle Abbey, 5 yrs J. Fagan's b h Aristocrat, 5 yrs A. Battye's b g Gratis, agd W. Crampton's b g Tidal, 3 yra J. Harris's b g Blondin, 5 yrs Champagne Stakes. Mr. J. Thomas' br o by the Barb George Grove's ch f Lotty — by Lottery J. Flint's b g Pilgrim — by Lottery W. Ryan's blk f Oamelia ? ? blk c Cap-a-pie — by the Barb J. Glazier's b c Lieu. Cotherstone — by Young Cotherstone (imp.) T. Richard's b g Tasso — by St. Albans J. Strickland's br f Lady Barb — by the Barb W. Crampton's b f Queen Bee — by Gemma-de-V ergy Jas. Rawsthorne's b c Sir Roger — by Tichbourne Forbes Jockey Club Handicap. Mr. J. Flint's blk h Hermit, 3 yrs A. E. Cornwell's br h West Australian, agd J. Hade's b...
GRENFELL ANNUAL RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 3 March 1877
GRENFELL ANNUAL RACES. The following weights have been declared for the principal handicaps at the above meeting j acceptances must bo notified to the hon. secretary not later than Wednesday, the 14th instant : — Town Plate. st lb Mr. A. E. Corn well's br h West Aus-. tralian, 6 years ... ... 8 8 R. Grovenor's c h Saladin, 4 yra 8 5 A. Watson's b g Young Austra lian, 5, years ... ? 7 9 . W. Feeney's b g Molong, 4 years 7 0 J. Hade's b g Bay Middleton, 4 yrs 6 11 J. Fagan's b h Aristocrat, 5 yrs 6 10 J. Harris' b g Blondin, 5 years 6 9 A. R. West's b h Arbitrator, 5 ys 6 7 Jockey Club Handicap. Mr. A. E. Cornwell's b h West Aus tralian, 6 years ... ... 8 6 R. Grovenor's c h Saladin, 4 yrs 8 3 A. Watson's b g Young Austra lian, 5 years ... ... ... 7 7 J. Harris' b g Molong, 4 years... 6 12 W. Feeney's b g Molong, 4 yrs 6 12 J. Hade's b g Bay Middleton, 4 ys 6 9 J. Fagan's b h Aristocrat, 5 yrs 6 8 A. R. West's bh Arbitrator, 5 ys 6 5
MOCK INVALIDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 3 March 1877
MOCK INVALIDS. ( Liberal Review.) Comparatively few people aro physica'Iv sound in every respect. Mnst pors'in-!. if not actually diseased, havo in them tho yurnis of maladies which will sooner or later brine; nbnnt their deaths. Naturally, their predisnosition to ailments may for a timo ho held in check by judicious treatment, but this can ho d«no only for a season, and at last they aro bound, in the ordinary course of events, to succumb to the insidious enemies by which they are attacked. At the same time it is doubtful whether tho majority of the individuals recosniso which are ; realty tneir weaK points, un uiu cuiiuiuy. m a general way they seem to imagine that they are strong whore they aro most vulnerable, and feeblo where they are most powerful. Thus it is not susprisintr that they are led to imagine thomselves the victims of complaints which, so - far as they are concerned, have no existence ex cept in their distorted imaginations, and that they aro induced to tenderly codd...
At the Police Office, Cowra. On Wednesday, 7th day of March, 1877. COUNTRY LOTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 3 March 1877
At the Police Office, Cowra. On Wednesday, 7th day of March, 1877. COUNTRY LOTS. .Area, 39 acres. Upset price, £1 per acre. County Bathurst, parish Glenlogan. Lot A, portion 7, situated between the north ern boundary of J. Ousby's conditional purchase No. 5 of 100, and the southern boundary of J. Goolay's conditional purchase No. 6 of 60 acres. Area, 2 acres. Upset price, £5 lis per lot. County Forbes, parish Warrongong. Lot B, portion I, on the road from Bumbal dry to Koorowatha, and adjoining the eastern boundary of Geo. Campbell's portion No. 2 of 634 acres, Warrangong Run. The forfeited improvement pur chase of Geo. Campbell.
Latest English News. THE EASTERN QUESTION. London, February 23. [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 3 March 1877
Latest English lews. THE EASTERN QUESTION. London, February 23. There was an animated discussion in the House of Commons, last night, on the pro priety of resuming the debate adjourned from the 17th instant. The Marquis of Hartington agreed not to press the question if the Government thought that further dis cussion would embarrass them : and he de clined the challenge of the Opposition to sub mit a formal motion upon the policy of the Government. The debate was adjourned sine die. The Emperor William, in a speech, said he thought the concord existing between the European Powers justified the feeling ot con fidence in regard to the preservation of peace. Even supposing the Porte fails to carry out the desired reforms, through the failure of negotiations, as German interests did not prescribe any definite course, she would continue her efforts to secure peace, and the protection of tho Christians in the Turkish provinces. a
GRENFELL POST-OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 3 March 1877
GRENFELL POST-OFFICE. OlEco hours (working days) from 9 a-m. to 1 p.ii,. and from 2 p.m. to 6 p.m. ; on Sundays, Christian' any, and Good Friday, tho affiea will open for tl,» daivery of letters only between tho hours of 0 :i m. and 10 a m. ARRIVAL AND DISPATCH OF MAT1.3 AEBIVAJ.S. From Sydney, Melbourne (sraborn), Cowra Carcoar, Canowindra, Biuhur.-t, Ahidci'n ' Gtulgone, Tambaroors, Hill End and So ml a — Daily (Mondays excepted) at 0 p.m. From Molbourno (overland), Young, WtiKita Wagga, Burrowa, Yosli, Goulburn, AJb irj ond Deniliquin — on Tuesdays and Fridays, c.. 6.20 p.m. From Forbes, Parkes (Bushman's), GooIbkoii.', Oraneo, Wellington, and Dnbbo — on Sunday « ond Wednesdays, at 6 p.ti. From Morangorell, Temoro: liocl-e), Cor.m mundra, and tho Murrumbidgco — on Monday? and Thursdays at 9 p.m; From Marsdens (tho Bland), Wollo.-tgoujjh, nud Humbug Creek— on Mol.Iiijo and Thursday-, at 6 p.m. From Wood's Creek — on Tuesdsje, nt 11 a.o„ From Goolagong, via Warraderry Creel; tiud I...
Commercial. R. GOLDSBROUGH & CO'S REPORT Melbourne, Feb. 19. [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 3 March 1877
Commercial. R. GOLDSBROUGH& CO'S REPORT Melbourne, Feb. 19. Wool — We catalogued 1337 bales for our : auction sale to-day, and had a good attend ance of buyers. A large proportion of the lots, as is usual at the close of the season, were in inferior to ordinary condition, and . some of them had to be bought in. The total sold was 929 bales, and the priceB were equal to previous rates, greasy realising 7d to 12£d j scoured fleece, 19d to 2 Id ; and infe rior to average washed fleece, 15d to 19Ad per lb. Wednesday, Feb. 21. Sheepskins. — Our usual sales during tho ? past week were well attended by the local trade, and we have no change to report in prices. The bulk of the supply offered was disposed of at the following prices : — Pelts, 6d to 2s 6d each ; dry skins, 3d to 6$d per lb. . . Hides. — Prices continue satisfactory, and there is brisk competition for heavy wet salted. New Zealand also obtained a fair amonnt of attention. We subjoin quota tions ruling, which are likel...
THE MINISTERIAL POSITION. [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 3 March 1877
THE MINISTERIAL POSITION. The result of the debate on Wednesday night week upon the question of granting three months' supply, and which was so remarkably adverse to the Government, can take no one by surprise who has paid the slightest attention to political matters during the past few months. By that division, the expression of the majority of the Assembly was that it had not sufficient confidence in the Government, as at present constituted, to grant it supply for more than the current month, and although the Ministry, in their own sight, partially retrieved that defeat by their majority of three upon Mr. S. C. Brown's motion for adjournment, yet the condemnatory expression contained in the former division is in nowise mitigated. Tho Ministerial strength has been on the wane for some time past, and they have lately been extremely cautious to avoid any question that might lead to the disclosure of their weakness ; but defeated they have been, over and over again, for a bare workin...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 3 March 1877
GRENFELL JOCKEY CLUB MEETING 'Wednesday & Thursday, 21st and 22 nd March. President — W . R. WATT, Esq., J.P. Judge— RALPH HALLS, Esq., J.P. . Stewards— Messrs. P DAVOREN F. ALLEN R. M. VAUGHN, J.P. R. HILL C. J. IN GREY A. HAMBLY J. NEWMAN W. O'ROURKE J. RICH W. LAWSON Starter — Clerk op the Course— Mr. T. HOLTEN Hon. Treasurer— Mr. E. P. AGNEW Hon. Secretary— Mr. J. L. WAUGH. First Day. WEDNESDAY, 21sfc March. First Race, to 3tart at 12.30. MAIDEN PLATE of 2 sovs each, with 25 sovs added, for all horses that have never won an advertised prize exceeding £15 at time of entrance, Two-year-old Stakes excepted ; second horse to receive £5 from the prize ; li miles. Penalties for win ning after entrance — once, 51bs ; twice or more, 71bs. Not accumulative. ; Second Race, to start at 2. SQUATTERS' PURSE of 20 sovs, with a sweep of 1 sov each added, for all horses ; l:j; mile ; second horse to receive £5 from the prize. Third Race, to start at 3. TOWN PLATE HANDICAP of 2 sovs each...
RELIGIOUS NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 3 March 1877
RELIGIOUS NOTICES. Clergymen officiating in Grenfell may have thoir appointments gratuitously notified in this column, if forwarded to the office by 8 a.m. of tho day preceding publication.] Church 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. (Children) . ... Rev. F. S. Wilson At 7 p.m. . ... lley. F. S. Wilson
NEWS BY TORRES STRAITS. Brisbane, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 3 March 1877
NEWS BY TORRES STRAITS. Brisbane, Saturday. Delay in the departure of the Somerset from Singapore was caused by the non arrival of the' P. and O. steamer, which was two days late. The news has been anticipated. Turkish firmness, it is believed, has resulted from Tnrkish triumphs. Hence the conviction that the Porte is ready for war; and that Russia is unprepared. In the event of war, it is considered that the necessities of Europe would secure allies for Turkey. Tho mobilization of the Russian forces proceeds slowly. Sickness and dissatisfac tion are prevalent. On New Year's Day, the Emperor of Ger many received representatives from the army, who presented addresses and congratulations. An official inquiry is proceeding into tho cause of an outbreak of scurvy in the Arctic expedition. Lord Carnarvon presided at a special meeting of Freemasons, at which it was decided to commemorate the Prince of Wales' visit to India, by founding two new lifeboats, and erecting in the Grand Lodge a ...
By Electric Telegraph. SYDNEY. FRIDAY EVENING. [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 3 March 1877
By Electric Telegraph.) [Press Telegram Association.] SYDNEY. Friday Evening. The Legislative Assembly, on Thursday night, were again occupied with motion for adjournment. The debate en the Electoral Bill lifts heen further adjourned until .next Wednesday. At. a meeting of tbe Opposition, yesterday, Mr. Parkes was unanimously requested to take charge of the introduction of a direct want of confidence motion. Mr. Parkes has aoordingly tabled the following motion for Tuesday next : — That the retention of office oy tne ministry niter several ciPiears is suo versive to the principles of the Constitution. The Suez mail reached Adelaide yester night. The news is unimportant, and has been principally anticipated. A twelve ounce nugget bas been found OO near Bingera. There are a large number of entries for the Ranrhvick Autumn Meeting. Mr. J. Campbell recovered £3000 in his action against, tbe Commercial Bank, for selling the Commercial Wharf, and not allowing him to exercise his right of ...