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COURT OF REQUESTS. TUESDAY. Before Messrs. Vaughn, Halls, and J. Q. Wood. [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 21 April 1877

COURT OF REQUESTS. Tuesday.? Before Messrs. Vaughn, Halls,- and J. Q. Wood. J. M. Heweu v Charles Stibbard. — £8, balance of account due. There was no appearance of defendant, who, however, had filed a plea of not in debted. On account of a clerical error in the sum mons, which was dated 27th instead of 24th, ine caBe was aajournea tor a week, fresh summons to issue. Michael Kett v Peter Nicholls. — £2, money due. Defendant pleaded not indebted. This was a claim for agistment of cattle from the lltli December last, defendant hav ing rented plaintiff's selection, at tho rate of 7s 6d per week. Defendant admitted the agreement, but stated that plaintiff had promised to keep sheep off ; but plaintiff had run a flock of travelling sheep upon the ground, and the cattle had gone off the selection immediately afterwards. He considered that his cattle went away in consequence of the sheep going there, as it was well known cattle and sheep would not agree together ; he did not give plaintiff...

Publication Title: Grenfell Record And Lachlan District Advertiser, The
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(To the Editor of the Grenfell Record.) [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 21 April 1877

{To the Editor of the Grenfell Record.) Sir, — Believing it to be your aim and desire that all matters of public interest reported in your journal Bhould be faithfully and truly represented, without reference to faction or party, I find that during your absence from Grenfell a report of the public meeting held in tho Temperance Hall, on Monday, the 9th inst. , is far from being a correct one, con taining as it does reckless assertions quite con trary to facts, and important, and apparently intentional, omissions which render it utterly valueless as a transcript of what actually took place, and thereby tending to mislead those who were not present. The meeting, which was con ducted in a decent and orderly manner through out, was characterized in that report as a very noisy one. TRUTH.

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DISASTROUS FIRE IN GEORGE-STREET. [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 21 April 1877

DISASTROUS FIRE IN GEORGE STREET. About midnight, on Friday, (says the Herald) the alarm of fire was rung through the city, and almost simultaneously flames were seen to burst up in the direction of George-street, between Hunter-street and the Post Office. The fire proved to be at Mr. Mountcastle's, the hatter's, and so speedily did it spread that the inmates barely escaped with their lives, it indeed thus much can be said, for one poor woman appeared to be very seriously burnt and injured. The fire was first discovered by the passers-by in the street. Constable Butler and Flynn, who were on duty in the neighbourhood, on hear ing of the occurrence at once proceeded to rouso up the inmates of the establishment These consisted of Mr. Mountcastle, his wife, and six daughters, and a Mrs. Merritt, a friend from New Zealand, who was on a visit to tho Monntcastles. The fire appears to have broken out in a room over the shop occupied by Mr. James, agent for a Mel bourne firm ; in what way i...

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SCHOOL OF ARTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 21 April 1877

SCHOOL OF ARTS. [The following wa3 held over from our last issue.] Musical and Literary Entertainment. A musical and literary entertainment was given in the Oddfellows' Hall, on Friday evening, 6th inst., in aid of a special fund for the School of Arts. A short time ago when tho premises adjacent to the institution were pulled down, it was found that the blocks upon which the building is erected required replacing on tho south side. A substantial stone foundation has been put in instead, running tho entire side length of the institution, and should the School of Arts ever resolve itself into a permanent brick structure, so much preparatory work has been done Unfortunately, tho timo for lidd ing the concert in aid of defraying this expense pnved to be badly chosen. Tho popular Emp son Troupe, ^ho circus, the Hospital pic-nic, and the Sons of Temporanco baznar all received considerable share of monetary support, during tho few days prior to tho entertainment ; and although a most attr...

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RELIGIOUS NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 21 April 1877

RELIGIOUS NOTICES. I Clergymen officiating in Gronfoll may have their appointments gratuitously notified in this column, if forwardod to tho office by 8 a.m. of the day preceding publication.] Church of England. Tub following services will conductod (d. v.) in Holy Trinity Church, Grenfell : To-morrow (Sunday). At 11 a. m ? Rev. F. S. Wilson At 3 p.m. (Seven-Mile) Rev. F. S. Wilson Ac 7 p.m. .. ... Rev. F. S. Wilson

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 21 April 1877

AUSTRALIAN JOINT STOCK BANK. GRENFELL BRANCH. ) CURRENT Accounts opened. ; 1 Interest allowed on fixed deposits. Drafts issued on the chief towns in the Australian Colonies, and England, .Ireland, and Scotland. Advances made, bills fliscounted, and all usual banking business transacted. '' J. J. ANDERSON, Manager. GREAT EASTERN HOTEL, ? GEORGE-STREET. / / - J&E0E.GKE STQEEII5 BEGS to inform his friends and the public that he has purchased the GREAT EASTERN. HOSTEL, lately in the occupation of Mr. . Stibbard, and which, will be conducted in a manner which must give every satisfaction. The; whole of the Hotel has been, put into thorough repair, and visitors can rely upon receiving every attention and comfort,. - The stock of Wines, Spirits, and - Beera has been selected with great care, iind will be found equal to any in the district. Apartments for private families., ' GOOD STABLING, Competent and Careful Grooms. , , ..? TATTERSALI/S TUEF HOTEL. .? GEORGE-STREET, GRENFELL. JO...

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OUR PROSPECTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 21 April 1877

OUR PROSPECTS. Anxiety as to the future of any particular district will always, to a certain extent, occupy the minds of thoso whose interests are identified with it. Whether their pos sessions consist of farm-lands, live-stock, houses, or merchandise, the owners feel that those things nre liable to constant fluctua tions in value, owing to the influences of sur rounding circumstances. Weather regu lates the increase of stock or crops; Population affects the value of rental pro perty, and Employment, by its abundance or scarcity, stimulates or depresses the sale of merchandise. Here, then, we have the chief operating influences under which a district rises or falls, and by which alone it can be fairly tested. A large population, fully employed, and with good seasons to crown their efforts — this forms the beau ideal of a prosperous community ; but when any one of then© conditions is wanting, tho district must suffer, and its fnture loom forth more or less gloouily. Still, we would r...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 21 April 1877

NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. All letters intended for publication must be accompanied by the real name and address of the writer — not necessarily for publication, but for the information of the Editor. THE GRENFELL RECORD SATURDAY, APRIL 21, 1877.

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CATHOLIC. Easter Stations. [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 5 May 1877

CATHOLIC. ' ' Easter Stations. Mass will be celebrated at — Bald HillsI(Mrs. Boland's)— Saturday, May 5th, Grenfell Church— Sunday, May Cth. Tyagong Creek'(Mrs. Myers')— Friday, May 11. Goolagonsc (School-house) — Sunday, May 13th. Bandon (Mr. J. Novell's) — Monday, May 14th. Walla Walla, near Forbes (Mr. P. M'Cormack's) Tuesday, May 15th. Fenn'a Crossing, Forbes (Mr. Reynold's) — Wednesday, May 16tli. Strickland's Gap, Forbes (Mr. J. Maher's) — Thursday, May 17th. Grawlin -Plains ' (Mr. M'Purcell's— Friday, May 18 th. ? . / Oma Creek (Air. J. Byrnes')— Saturdays May 19th.., , . Grenfell— Sunday, May 20th.- i i

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SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 5 May 1877

SYDNEY.' , | In tho Assembly further progress was made in the Estimates. An animated discussion took place over the Volunteer vote, in which the defences of the colony were criticised at considerable length. Dr. John Rutherford Ryley, is gazetted an additional vaccinator for the district of Grnnffill. Rush and Trickott will row for the champion ship of the world and £400 on the. Parramatta River, on the 13tli of June next. ! It is still raining heavily. The floods on the Hawkesbury are slowly subsiding. Sir William JervoiB, and Colonel Richardson, inspected the batteries and harbour to-day. William Pliillips, a contractor, has been com mitted for trial for manslaughter, at Wagga» for leaving a heap of metal on the road, where by a man named'Daley, was thrown from liis' horse and killed. The rainfall has been very general through out the colony. At Penrith tho river rose twenty-seven feet; over tho bridge, but no damage has been done. Mr Parkes is better, but is as yet unable to leav...

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THE TELEGRAPH. London, April 28. [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 5 May 1877

THE TELEGRAPH. London. Aovil 28. : The telegraph companies will have to limit the . number of words to each newspaper during ..the' war. : - . ; y ?

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Latest English News. London, April 28. [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 5 May 1877

' - Latest English. News.. ?-.?[mom THE IIEBILD's XELTGBAltS] ' J London, Apri 28. No Russian circular despatch, justifying the proclamation of war, has yet been delivored to' the other Powers. _ On the 26th April the Russians were advan cing. They crossed tho frontier at Alexandro pol. The main army is moving towards Dal ramcha It is considered doubtful whether the Turkish forces will arrive in time to prevent the Russians effecting a passage of the Danube. j On the 27th, the Russians commenced hostili ties at Ardahan, and were routed near Batoura with the loss of 800 men London, April 29 ? The Russian occupation of Kolafat has been ? denied. They have nowhere crossed the Danubo. ? The Telegraph states that Russia threatens re prisals if the Khedive helps Turkey; and that France. is dissuading the Khedive from inter fering.

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By Electric Telegraph. SYDNEY. Thursday Evening. THE WAR IN THE EAST. [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 5 May 1877

By Electric Telegraph. [Press Telegram Association.] SYDNEY. ? ' Thursday Evening. THE WAR IN THE EAST. The Russians ? have attacked Kars. The result is anxiously awaited. England and Italy observe neutrality. ? The Khedive has decided upon helping Turkey. - Tho passage of the Dardanelles and Bos phorus closed at night. ? ' ^ The Roumanian Chamber of Deputies have adopted a convention with Russia, assuring the Russian troops a friendly passage through their territory. - - ? : ; Friday Evening. | - . . LONDON. V j It is expected that no important operations will tako place on the Danube until the end of May. ? Hobart Pacha (tho English Admiral in com mand of tho Turkish squadron) ran the blockade of Galatz. The Russian are massing troops torpedoeing the river and arming gunboats with the object of effecting the passage of the Danube and are making a forward movement through Dal raraclia territory. France remains neutral.

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GORTSCHAKOFF'S CIRCULAR. London, April 28. [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 5 May 1877

GORTSCHAICOPF'S CIRCULAR. \ I London, April 2S. ! Earl Derby will not accept, or adopt, either the conclusion or the arguments of Prince Cort schakofTs circular.

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GRENFELL POST-OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 5 May 1877

GRENFELL POST-OFFICE. Ollice hours (workina days) from 9 &*m. to 1 r-rn. and from 2 p.m. to 6 p.m. ; on SuntayB, Christmas any, and Good Fridov, tho ofBce will open fni;.the daiverv of letters only between tho hours of 9 a.m. and 10 a m. ARRIVAL AND DISPATCH OF MAILS ABEIVALB. From Sydney, Melbourne (soaborn), Cowrs Carcoar, Canowindra, Bathurst, Mudsee Gulgonc, Tambaroora, Hill End and So^nla — Daily (Mondays excepted) at 6 p.m. From Melbourne (overland), Young, Wnega Waega, Burrowa, Yass, Goulburn, Albury and Doniliquin — on Tuosdays and Fridays, at 6.20 p.m. From Forbes, Parkes (Bushman's), Goolaeong, Oranee, Wellington, and Dubbo — on Sundays and Wednesdays, at 6 p.m. From Morangoroll, Tomora, (The Bocks), Coora mundra, and tho Murrumbidgco — on Mondays and Thursdays at 9 p.m; From Marsdens (tho Blond), Wollongougb, aud Humbug Creek — on Mondays and Thursdays, at 6 p.m. From Wood's Creek — on Tuesdays, at 11a.m. From Goolagong, via Warraderry Creek and Tinpot, Monday, at...

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WATER SUPPLY. [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 5 May 1877

WATER SUPPLY. The occasion of onr town being visited by. Mr. Wilkinson, the Government Geological Surveyor, for the purpose of reporting on the question of a permanent water-supply for the people of Grenfell, brings forcibly to our minds the season of severe trial and loss to which the district has been subjeated, owing to the insufficient conservation of water for our flock and herds. There are three special gifts which Providence alwayB dispenses with a liberal hand, namely, air, sunshine and water. The first two we are bound to nse and enjoy as they are provided. Air we may carry into regions where it does not exist, as for instance, pumped down to the depths of the ocean. Bat the supply to draw from must always be at command. It is simply transferring what we already possess from one locality to another. Light, or sunshine, can scarcely be used in this portable manner. Although its rays may. be diverted and thrown into dark places, science has dis t covered no way by which sunsh...

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BATHURST CIRCUIT COURT. CIVIL SIDE. THURSDAY, APRIL 2GTH, 1877. (Before His Honor Sir William Manning.) MARTIN V. BAKER. [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 5 May 1877

BAT HURST CIRCUIT COURT. CIVIL SIDE. Thursday, April 26th, 1877. (Before His Honor Sir William Manning.) MARTIN v. baker. This was an action for ejectment, brought by plaintiff in behalf of himself and party against Ezekiel'John Baker, as legal manager of the Milburn Creek Copper Mining Com pany (limited) situate in the Country of Bathursfc, Parish of Dunleavy. Dr. Pattison and Mr. W. Cooper, instruc ted by JVlr. K. W. Koberds, of Sydney, ap peared for olaintiff, and Sir J. G. L. Innes and Mr. Davis, instructed by Mr. W. Russell, of Sydney, appeared for defendant. The evidence was very voluminous and the case occupied the court two days. From the evidence it appeared that plain tiff's party first applied for the land in dispute as a mineral lease in September, 1872, but some mistake having' been made in the de scription of the land applied for, when the surveyor went to survey the selection, one of the defendant's company disputed the owner ship. The dispute was sent to the Minister...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 5 May 1877

KNICKERBOCKER SCHNAPPS in parcels to suit, tho requirements of Wine and 8f)irit Merchant, C.uhtry Storekeepers and the Trade. ) . j ? . ANALYTICAL life PORT. Laboratory of 'he Plrfffmaceutioal Sooioty of Jf S.W. \ '12 Hun'ir -treet, Sydney. Messrs. HuiTuuns & Co., 10th Jan., 1877 Gpntlomon, I have 'curtfully examined theeample of 'Lediard's Kiickerb'icher SchnoDps ' sent to mo for analysis, and have 'to report.. tiiat it is an exceedingly i-W spirit with n plesant junipei flavor. It is unusua Uy free from the noxious fusil oils which aro found- in many aamploa of flavoured spirit, and which though masted by the flavoring are none the less deletorious ; I have also tested it for Acotate of Load, sometimes used for fining color less spirit, and-find neither it' or any other dele terious ingredient. I have thercforo no hesitation in pronnunAinff it to bp' A PTJR13, 'WHOLESOME, & PALATABLE STIMULANT. I remain yours trulv, Wll. A. DIXON, F O.S. S- Hoffnung & Co., ...

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Our English Letter. March, 1877. [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 5 May 1877

Our English letter. ? March, 1877. The Conference of the Great Powers upon the Eastern Question having completely failed, and war being inevitable, it is useless troubling your readers with particulars of the debates, either in or out of Parliament, upon this subject, for there is little room for doubt that before this letter reaches Grentell, the telegraph will have told you that war has been proclaimed between Russia and Turkey.. The English Government has declared itself bound by the treaty of 1856, and that it cannot in any way use material coercion against the Turks. The English people on the other hand are quite determined that no assistance shall be given. Whatever may be the ultimate intention of the Ministers, it is satisfactory to find that both the Army and Navy Estimates just published, show a de crease of about £300,000 for each' service for the coming year, and that the fleet in the Medeterranean is to be reduced. This does not look like England interfering in the quar...

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COURT OF REQUESTS. TUESDAY. Before D. Pyne, Esq., J.P. [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 5 May 1877

COURT OF REQUESTS. Tuesday. Before D. Pyne, Esq., J.P. ; John Byrnes v Charles E. Goyder. — £10 damage done by travelling, sheep. Mr. Crommelin,' for defendant, applied for an adjournment of the case for half-an-hour, as it had only just ' that moment been put into his hands. Adjourned accordingly. [At this stage of the proceedings, a note was banded to the' Bench from Mr. J. Q. Wood, J.P., which his Worship read alond, and requested onr reporter to take it down, as follows Mr. Pyne, J.P. — Sir, — It is necessary, in the public interest, an endea vour should be made to proceed with the business of the Court. If you, therefore, hear thoso cases which one magistrate can deal with, Mr. Halls and myself will hear those requiring two magistrates, and in ? this way the business can be proceeded with, as Mr. Halls, Mr. Vaughn, and myself cannot conscientiously sit with you. — Yours, &c., J. Q. Wood.'] Mr. Pyne said that the business of the Court had commenced, and it was open for a...

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