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GRENFELL POLICE COURT. MONDAY, DECEMBER 2. (Before the Police Magistrate.) ORSCENE LANGUAGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 7 December 1867

?'GRENFELL POLIOE COURT. Mondiy, DECKiincn 2. (Before the Police Mogutrato.) Catherine Jones, ihe mother of twochildrcn waa charged with using certain obscene ex pressions iu George-strcct, at 1 o'clock , on Sunday morning. Prisoner said eho remembered nothing about it. 1110 uencn remaraeu mac prisoner was ft notoriously bad character, and it wus no mercy to let her off with a light punishment. Fined £3 or two mouths imprisoumeot, vb'sovsu Ms a. John Finn wns brought up, on remand from' Thursday ) and as ho nott appeared to have recovered Ilia reason, ho was discharged. '

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FORBES. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 7 December 1867

FORBES. [From our own Correspondent.! Wttn tho exception of (wo or threo sur facing parties who.ard meeting with a fair amount uf success, aiidtha prospecting opera tions of Mr. Georgo Matheson in one direc tion, und Mr. Rowley in another, mining little or n'o business has been recently trans acted at the police court, and nothing ' pass ing elraii'o is transpiring ia the community there is httte indeed for a newspaper corres pondent to communicate to the columns of the Record. There havo been somo cases of sticking up iu the neighbourhood of Condobolin, the per* pctrators ot which wero soon caught by thn police. The name of one of tho parlies i* Jerry Di?o.«y, whoisaccompnMied by another man well-known on theriver,anda boy about 10 jears of oge, name unknown. On the 20th they stuck up Messrs. M. and I. Flanagan, - of Condobolin, who were travelling witha mob of horses and took n couple of racers from thein ; and on tho same day they met Mr, Bowman, storekeeper of Condobolin, from w...

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CORRESPONDENCE. BLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 7 December 1867

CO lUlESPOKDENCE. BLAND. (From our own Correspondent.) ALinmxa 1'am.intu* i'bicr o?8nror.— Our enterprising neichbour, Mr. Thompson, cattle dealer, Gronfell, has just returned with 2000 fat wethers, purchased out of IMhanty'a lot which passed Bland n few weeks ago. They were primo sheep, 'and puro merino*, with 3s, Od. worth of wool unon tbeir hacks. and were bought for 7s. per bend— so that tha carcsis of the aherp did not rost mom than 3s, Cd, Hulls and Allen wero also pur- 1 | chasers to the sama amount as Mr.'Thunip I Wmcir 18 nil i'ou.HD ?— The decision of I the Onfnfell police magistrate in the cote of O'Brien v. Byrne, as to what a local newspaper really is, is mast important, not only i H re- ? gnrds pdundkccpcrft themselves, but lo tho entire public. It hos given great eatisfoclion to tho Itiand squatter*, wl 0 confidently assert thattho Moran^arell pound is In the Gren fcll district. Thnt it ia several miles dearer you than it i» to Young cannot b'e doubted 1 and it would ...

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
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LOCAL NEWS. DEATH FROM INTEMPERANCE. MAGISTERIAL INQUIRY. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 7 December 1867

? LOCAL -NEWS,. ;v DEATH FROM INTEMPERANCE. - MAOISTBRtAI. InQOIUT. , . A magisterial inquiry was held at tho Court Houso.oh Monday last,- by F. Dalton, K#q., l-.M..-toucbing' tbe' death of » man' named William McGregor, ft.tnilor, who bad resided at Grcnfell almost from tho first of tbfi' rush , -and who^waa found in 0 dying rondi*' tion nt tho foot of a tree near. Ihu. crickct- ground on tho previous evening. .William Finnan deposed that ho' found tbo deceased at tho bult of a trso -near tha cricket around on the previous evening about' 5 o'clock, apparently dying.' Ou going up to' him, deceased asked for rum, saying it would' cure him. Witness cave him 6ome water, and then went lor Ihe police, with whom ho shortly returned, deceased being by that timo speech*. to bis hut, but ho only lived until about ft quarter past 0 o'clock. William Hewatt discorered deceased in th# spot described, just after tho lost witness had left him. He was newly speechless, witnes® only being able to un...

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
OCCASIONAL PAPERS. HUMBUG. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 7 December 1867

OCCASIONAL PAPERS. . HUMBUG. ' 'lis all humbug, my dear ; all humhu? — Brrwsw. How much could be said by an ingenious writer on this ono 'word 1— Hunibue. Why it has become tbe business of lifel A few years ago the word was a vulgar one, and not fit for ears polite.' To be called a humbug was to bo insulted. Humbug itself was low trick- 1 try. Hot so now, A word was wanted to de* finn a combination of smartness, cutcness, and folly, with just a spice of want of orinci. pie, and tho word humbug just suited. Hence forth .it stands in our dictionaries, not a slang , phrase, but a proper and suitable expression. 1 Ono might easily rako up history to speak of the humbugs of past time. Thero has always been plenty of humbug in thu world, for thn reason that the majority of men aro br their very naturo humbugs. You, my good reader, are probably a humbug if you knew yourself. Ynu don't like the chargQ, but you roust admit it for all that. Looking nt tho doings of our forefathers and remote ...

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
AQUATICS. SCULLING MATCH BETWEEN THOMAS Day AND THOMAS M'GREGOR, IN OUTRIGGERS, FOR £90. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 7 December 1867

AQUATICS. Scotuno Match bstwbsm Tiiouib Day ami Tiiouas M'Gugoob, i» Ociaio. oEiia, rou too. This event, in which M'Gregor staked £60 to iMO, camo off on Saturday last, and ter* minatedvery unsatisfaatorily to tbe backcrs of M'Gregor, the stakes being awnrded to Day in eonsequenco of M'Grecor's gig having ob»tructed tho former. Tho Vesta accompa About Jjolf-pait four o'clock tho two men drew up to the bathing house, M'Gregor having tho choico of station took the. south sido of the river ( thero. was a fresh breeze from the sonih east and a strong flood tide j on getting along M'Gregor had the a Wantage, and hi the first quarter of a milo waa nearly n length a-head, on passing Kissing Pofnl Wharf Day was slightly In advance, and when abreast of Blaxland'a Point was a length a-head ; both men now kept idon* the south shoro nulling n desperate race. -Passing Uon» cord tlio boats wero noso and nose together : in the next half mile McQreuor drew a-licad again, and ou paoing O.-nkfust Poi...

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 7 December 1867

Latrst Bbttiko.— On Thursday night Tattersall's was open, and soma businers was done on Homebush and Melbourne. For tho Maiden Pluto only 0 to 4 conld be cot against Cornntiou,3 to 1 against Paganiui, 4 to 1 each The Moor und Sir John, wero tho ruling pricos. Princo Alfred Stakoa 0 to 1 about Trnrerston, 3 to 1 Parba, Brisbane, and Why* not. Tho Railway Plato was touched upon, itiomim boiug backeu at u to * against mm, l'aganioi 2 to 1, 5 to 2 SiooraJil, 3 to 1 Duko of Athol. For the Hurdle Race, 2 to I wus lad un Comet. Very Httlo was dono on tlio' Melbourne events.

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
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THE COURTS. DISTRICT COURTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 7 December 1867

THE COURTS. Distjiict Covins. Tho days lor holding Disiriet Courts in tbo Western District, during tho cnMiing year, aro cs follona t— Batlmrst— ^ ifonday, February 3 ; 3Tonday, Mavrh 30 ; Monday, Muy 18; Mouday, July November 10. Carcoar— Honday, February 17 1 Monday, Juno 1 j end Monduy, Octobcr C. Forbes— Saturday, February 22 ; Satur* day, Juno 0 ; und Saturday, Octobrr 10. Aloluug— Thursday, .February 27 t Thurs. day, Juno 11 ; and Thursday, October 18. Orange— Saturday, February- 20 t Saturday, Juno 13} and Saturday, October 17. . Wellington— Saturday, March it Sdtur* day, Juno 20} and Saturday, October 21th | Dubbo— Tuesdny, Mareh 10 | Tuesday, | June 23 : nud Tuesday, Octobjr 27. -

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
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FIGHT BETWEEN YORKEY AND BURKE. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 7 December 1867

FIGHT BETWEEN YORKEY AND BURKE. A smart little affair that has long been on tbr tapis, and as often adjourned to elude tho vigilance of tho police, camo- off in the pad docks at the rear ofClevelaud*street, Rodlern, between Yorkey rfnd Burke, the noted man condition. Beta wero in favour of the Irish patriot, who bad been in training under James Cooke 1 Yorkey bad been looked after by tho sporting tea dealer, Mr. Wood. On stripping, both men by the prominenco of their musetes, shewed that tins nurses had attended well to tbeir bringing up. Round 1 — Yorkey extended his digits j Iri»h boy shirked j Yorkey caught him u left* hinder which mado tho Patlander kiss tho turf. First knock down to Yorkey. 2— Both at tho scratch 5 wild fighting t men apparently distressed 5 Yorkey. by a clever hit above tho pepper tapped tl ? claret (loud cries offirst blood for Yorkey.) Arush —both down, Yorkey uppermost, 3— Irish boy looking wildly about, but by a clever uppercut caught Yorkey on the nose, d...

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MISCELLANEOUS. THE GOLD DUTY. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 7 December 1867

MISCELLANEOUS. THE GOLD DUTY. The following bill wns read n first timo m tbo Assembly on 20lli im-iant. ? ? ; Wiiorras it is deemed oxpediont to amend - tho Acts twentieth Victoria tuiinWrsereuteen, and twentV'sixth Victoria, number five. Bo ; it Ihorcforo mmcteil by the Queen's Most ? Excellent Mnjesly hv nn'd with tho ndtieo nnd 1 '? ? consent of tho Legislative Council nnd Lei^is* ? Jatlvo Asiemiily of Now South Wains in P«r . liamcnt nifCinbled nud by (ho authorlly of tho tame nsfollowHi . 1. Instead of tho duties now clnrgeablo on ' gold In accordance with tho A-'t. t(Truty-kixlh ?Victoria, number five, thn following duties shall h» chnrgcd until the respei-liro dnye hereinoflfr inentioned nnd f--om und nftttr thoso days rc»j-frtircly the enid dutiefl oti all ccuso and detennino that is to sav— Until tho thirty-flnt dn.v of Dei-ember ono , ThoiU'ind ei^ht hundred aud sixty-eight inclusive— At Iho Customs previous to tlio . exportation of nold for every - otineo troy wefclitof g...

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THE RING. FIGHT BETWEEN BARNEY BURNS AND TOM HAYES FOR £20. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 7 December 1867

. THE RING: I Fight sbtwe-:» Riu.ssr Bunifs akd Tom I - llAYM WMt £20. ! A figlt came off at Two-Milo Flat, near Mndgoe, a few daya since, of which a corres pondent sands us the following particulars. Tinmen ontcrcl the ring at 10 a.m., Burns raited upon by Dick Ifunt and Bill Joucs. whil« i'hil Oxley und Dun Hilhm attended to when stripped sremcd to be in good condition. Umpires and refereo being choseu on the ground, the fight commenced. 'Ruund I— Bath men were cautious ?, Tom leaning with his left was countered by Bar* ncy, rally emued and heavy punching ?x-' changed till both came to the grass. Tom imdmienth. 2— Timo being called, both men were eager In coming to (he scratch, t diug. dang was the order of tho day, till both men came to grass. 3— Tom showing great punishment and bleeding profusely 1 first blood aud first knock down being claimed by Barney on this round. 4— Frum this up to tho 11th round ding dong was tho order of thu day j Heyes evi* dently receiving the ' lion's...

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CIRCUIT COURTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 7 December 1867

CiKciur Cocuia. ? I Cirenit Couris will bo held at Bathurst, I on Monday, April 13, and Monday October

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
COURTS OF QUARTER SESSIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 7 December 1867

Cockm of Qua'uieu Scisioss. I Courts of Quarter Sessions for tho ensuing year aro appointed ns follows s— . Bat hurst— Monday, February 10} Monday May 25} and7 Monday, September -B.1 O ranee— Monday, -March :2 » Monday, June lf-; mid Monday, October 10. Wellington— Friday, Starch 13} Friday, Juuu 20 ; and Friday, October 30.

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A YANKEE ROMANCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 7 December 1867

A YANKEE ROMANCE. Chapter 1.— Sho. throw herself upon his breast and wept. ' , Chapter 11. — As sho ceased weeping, lie groaned audibly. Then they sat entwined in cacti other's arms for about two hours, aud nary one of 'em spoke. stillness of tho idr. .'Twos Eugeho's. ' 'How sweet, my own love, Harriet, if I but had a niinco pio to cat.' Then, she lifted her .tear dimmed eyes lo thu atarry heavens, clasped her hands wilfully, nnd cxclaimed, 'Como with tn» to tho kitt-hon, love, and thou shalt eat thy fill, for there weio three of 'cm left ut dinner.' Thoy clusped each other by the hand, and rushed to the pantry. Chapter IV.— Two minto pies had disap peared, und tho third was about to shnro tho , samo fute, when a stealthy step was heard.; 'FJy, my angel, my beau! 'lis tho old i woman, 1 know.' And sho fell fainting at j his feet. b I Chapter V.— Tho old woman stood face to | face with Eugene.. And sho asked him what! ho.had been doing with the gal, und he said he hadn't done notiiin...

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 14 December 1867

THOMAS NELSON, SODA-WATER, LEMONADE, GINGER-BEER :-1D CORDIAL MANUFACTURER, ORENFELL THE advertiser bogs to notify *n tho publicans of Orenfell, and of tho Bma Greek gold Hold generally, that he has just received from Sydney a first-class new Soda-water machine, manufactured by Hoyward, Tyler, and Co., London, nnd containing all the latest im* j movements for tho proper manufacturo of this roLvshing beveragoi by which ho will bo ablo to produco an articlo oqual to tho celebrated Scuweppo's, and suporior to anything yet introduced on theso gohlliolda. LEMONADE of tho finest quality and flavor nlso macufnclurcd by machinery. NELSON'S CORDIALS havo obtained celebrity in tho neighbouring colony of Vie* toria, and in New outli Wales, and he lusn us hesitation in recommending them to his patrons as unequalled by anythiue cither mauufccturcd in thecolonics, or imported. In thanking the Licensed Victuallers of tho district for their very liberal support sinco ho commenced business on tho ru...

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MRS. ABRAHAM LINCOLN. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 14 December 1867

JfiTs. AUItAlIAU liTNCOf.N. A my strange nnd iioexpvcled uR'nie ha# jiifct occurfvHl hvr®, \diwlv_Ua* ewfrt a great ih'nl ofoxi-ileinent unil ftir ull over the euutt* irv. j\Ir«. Abrnhant Liucolu lately cinia to this city from Chicago, aud going to an hotel ri'^utitn'! her natao a) ' Misj Oarke.' &ho thon ier.1 for a broker by the namoof llrndy on Urondway, ami informed bint that Abo had a number of very vitluablo bhawl*, fur ejpoa, iiieet's of l-oint hiee, riurs, diamonds, wvtilic.«, hreuUpins, nnd other nrtich'* for fnh*, the lotul villus of which was 21, 00ft dol* larr, but wbieh, as eho wa? iu actual need, rite would di*po«o of for 10,000 dollars. It raon ubroul that thvau lhin!;« hclonsed lo Jtrj. Lincoln, nnd then therocaioe tho nn* folding of u j-tory by hor which r.liow6 thut *he has led far from uii easy oe happy Ufo of late. Shesays (hat through thn itmralitudo of tho Republican* towards her lamented husband she und hor family havo been left to undergo want and des...

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SECTARIAN SQUABBLES. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 14 December 1867

SECTARIAN SQUABBLES. Tub late murderous outrage in Melbourno which took placo between what would appear to bo tho remnants of the Orange and Catho lic factions of that eity must bo viewod by all I . colonists who detest bigotry and intolerance as ' - a most lamentublo occurrcnco. It seemed that during tho rccent illuminations a transparency was exhibited in front of a certain building, which had a potiticul significance in its asso niatious, ofloaaive to a certain section of tho people; who expressed their diiapprobation by throwing stones at the building; Instead of taking the proper legal steps to provont any repetition of tho ?uunoyance, or treating ... such an ebullition of temper on the part of an *xeitcct crowd with indifference, tho pooplein the building raised tho windows aud positively fired ft murderous volley, wounding several persons most dangerously. Tho most lament* able feature iu this alitor is, not so much tho . injury inllbted on two or three idlers who as. seinhlc...

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A SIAMESE EXECUTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 14 December 1867

ASfAMESE EXK3DT10.N*. The Bangkok Monitor gives tho following account ofan execution at the Simnetu capital : — 'i'ivc crimiiirls convicted of highway rob bery were ordered for execution. Sho large bout containing tho criminals und their guard accompanied by a numerous eorlp^o of smaller boats, Oiled with soldiers and oilieSitls, pad dling at u slow funeral pace, wended its way to Iho execution ground situated iu a denco jungle, licro the boats came to a stop. At tho timo of our orrival a number of Buddha's I prie&ts were pra^injj over the swords of tho | executioners, with lighta burning cm nn ullar I erected immediately Tn the rear of tho cxecu ! Hon ground. After various doleful chants by I the priests, accompanied by several pieces of ! coloured cloths, knotlod together, being nut into the hands of tho coudemneii, utd leu to tho hards of the priests, thoexceutioner#, who wero employed during this time driving stakes aud arranging the cords in proper . position, now comme...

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
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EPITOME OF NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 14 December 1867

EPITOME OF NEWS. AdEIONO.— I Ijbto this week to report a very distressing caso of fatal accident which happened to n free selector in our neighbour hood, named Hurvc/ 5 he was engaged with a dray and two horses in carting saplings to his furm, and had already brought four loads ; whilo bringing tho fifth he sat on tho drayi placing his son, a child about six years old' alongside him, when going over a sidoling the wheel struck a grass tussock and tho dray immediately capsixed, throwing Harvey's head underneath tho guardiron, literally smashing his mouth and clieek, and causing tho eyes and tonguo to protrude in a frightful raannor; thobodyofthe dray fell on his chest and was ofitself sufficient to cause death. Tho little boy was thrown dear ot tho dray, but two of tlio saplings fell on his leg, bruising it very badly; tho poor little fellow sufTered tho pain monfully, however, both beforo and after assistance was at hand. Harvey not roturning as soon as was expected, his wife and fa...

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE FENIANS IN AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 14 December 1867

THE rj-NIAKS l.V AMERICA. — *** ' (From the New i'crk Hornld, OnJobcr 11.) , j . ' l-Jrin.j'o-hMiih ' was ? on Tuesday (flih I October) ngaiu the wulchwcrd of u cartuiu f ' portion of citizens who olfcct Uniesiun inter* ' ' tctet und 1'olifvo still in tho fortunes nf tho '1'mcr.dil 1»1«.' What wn» tho occwiou of tho unwilled f.'ilivity oftho Ionian Brother . hood hi»t»ry mveth not. It tuay hove^ re ?, J ndtrd iro-n tbc fmnxbli tvndenev cf animal, spirits which would uot brj kept, down, or front r, fi'ldtm i»u*r--A.'tt iu tho fv»«d» of tlw «? chcquer, r.n Jirount of n muililudu of other r.'uwns. He lliut iifil nuy.lio'.roror.Tuciduy vrn* 11 Rfilu dny upiin for thu Ivhh Amutiaiu*, nnd thero wns h grand muster »ud parade of (ho Fouiwit foreground Hio cUy, iho wl.o'i' fclft tcrniinnHu^r tit n pk-nio mid gcnml *? jnmboreo '? nt Jones' Wood. At 10 o'clock in tho niornhig of ronrse, soinn Hireo liuudr-id strong, IhiiFtiiimnbrfcudttmmlorcdin Waili ingtnii n.pinrn miili'r Hmcciniuaud of Oevr...

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