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CATHOLIC. Easter Stations. [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 12 May 1877

' CATHOLIC. ''Easter7 Stations. Mass' will 'be' celebrated at— Goolagong (School-house)— Sunday, May 13th. Baridon (Mr., J. New ell's)— Monday ,61 ay 14th.. Walla Walla, near Forbes (Mr. P. M'Cormack's) Tuesday,, May ,15th. . ., . *' ' Feiin's.' Crossing, Forbes (Mr. Reynold's)— ' .Wednesday, May 16th. , Strickland's Gap, Forbes (Mr. J. Mailer's) — Thursday, May 17th; , Grawlin Plains- '(Mr. M'Purcell's — Friday, May 18th. lOma Creek.. (Mr. J. Byrnes')— Saturday/ May -? 19th.-. '? ' ? - ??? Grenfell— Sunday, May 20th. GOOLAGONCJ! ^Impounded at Goolagong on tne Ist ^day , 'of May , _ 1877, If rom Belabulla, by Mr. H. Power sum. due at date of noti-^,)(17Pi,paqh : — ' I- ' ! ', Chesnut ma^p,, star, i white s^ots .. along tho back ^.and neck,, hipped offside, collar-n^nrked, * hobbled, t- oyer ? N (writing ? capital) near shoulder, aged, -.ahout 15 hands , . ! Blacks horse, .star,, icollar-marked, white ? spots r ,.onj back-,, hobbled, horse-shoe.; brand' inear shoulder,. like a brand ...

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THURSDAY. Before D. Pyne, Esq., J.P. ALLEDGED SHEEP STEALING. [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 12 May 1877

. j , u Thursday. - ,, B^ore -D. Pyne, Esq., . Ji.P. ^ ALLEDGED SHEEP STEALING. Henry Harvey was1 charged with having a number of sheep in his possession, the pro perty bf Charles Demps6y, of! the Tyagong, supposed to be stolen 'his Wife, Ann Har vey, was charged, w;ith being an accessory. _ V Gopstajilei iilattljieson, lE¥om in formation roceived on Wednesday, the 9th instant, I proceeded to the prisoner's house, in company with' Qon^table j Muldooq i in quired if' Harvey was al h'ome Mrs.' Harvey replied that he. was .he then asked to see him, and pris^er carno iputsido ; asked him if he had any objection to let him look through his sbeep ; he rppjied np ^ ;went to tin* yard' where the sheep Were, lii company with constable; Mulddon he drafted out the sheep, and constable Muldooq counted Uiem ; fttoj.dopn then d*afted;.thelshag|) out, and he witness, counted 'them ; found fifty-three sheep- in .the yajd'ji '-he^t&oi^ prrastetTuhe male prisonety-pri -a on'ar&b'fif s...

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THE DECLARATION OF PARIS. [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 12 May 1877

v.: . ' THE DECLARATION OF PARIS. I iNow that the war cloud is gathering in the :t ,'East, the following article, taken .from the Daily r: ?- Telegraph, with'-ieference to the 'debate in ''the House of Commons, on the evening of March 2nd, upon Mr. Percy ?Wyndham's motion that England should withdraw from the Declaration of Paris, will be read with interest.] „ ,. . :r; {Very wide and.deep questions, were raised; last ? T£ -nightr in the HousS of Commons by 'Mr. 'Percy ? Wyndham, 'who, aa iffwell kno.^nj, ?s|tlie spokes man' of 'tKose desirous! that finglanabhould with draw from the famous declaration of Paris on the subject of, maritime belligerent rights. On 'the motion for going into Committee of Supply he moved a long resolution, ending with an affirmation, that no unnecessary-' delay' should. , occur before .the object aimed' at -is ncc6m ? .. plishedv, There can be no dispute on one'point ?' that, in 1856, we gave up what had theretofore, been regarded as a valuable right.' We...

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COURT OF INQUIRY. TUESDAY. Before Mr. Commissioner Johnson. [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 12 May 1877

COURT OF INQUIRY. Tuesday, f ; Before Mr. Commissioner; Johnson. Williiim Simpson was complained of for having failed to fulfil the condition of lesi dence on his conditional purchases of 190 acres, situated in the county of,. Monteagle, parish of Coba. John Simpson deposed : I am the father of ,.tho claimant in., this case, who is a minor; iwithiu a month of the date of selection he ..hafii 'resided with me oh this land ; .1 was not aware that the word ' continuously ' was ;Stri(ck-out, of the .declaration; I have im proved to the value of^J.20; in order that the claimant might be able to fulfil the condi tions of residence, he .Slept at night in the .hut Qn. the. land, under jny charge, unless I was absent on necessary business, when I em ployed some other person to take charge of him ; it was his bona fido residence for three years. Jessie M'Callum was complained of for having failed to fulfil the condition of resi dence on, her conditional purchase of. 50 acres, situated in 'the...

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WHICH SHALL IT BE ? [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 12 May 1877

WHICH SHALL IT BE ? [A rich man, who had no children, proposed to his poor neighbour, who had seven, to take | one of them, and promised, if the parents would | consent, that he would give them property . enough to make themselves and tlusir other 1 children comfortaole for life.] I Which shall it be 1 Which shall it be ? I looked at John, John looked at me, And when I found that I must speak, My voice seemed strangely low and weak ; ' Tell me again what Robert said And then I, listening, bent my head — This is his letter : 'I will give A house and land while you shall live, If, in return, from out your seven, One child to me for aye is given. ' I. looked at John's old garments worn ; - I thought of all that he had borne. , Of poverty, and work, and care, Which I though willing, could not share ; I thought of seven young mouths to feed, Of-seven. little children's need, And then of this. ' Come John,' said 1^ ' We'll choose among thein lis they lie ? f . Asleep;' Soj walking hand in...

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By Electric Telegraphy. THE WAR IN THE EAST. London, May 4. [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 12 May 1877

By Electric Telegraph.;! [Press ' Telegram Association.] 1 : ' THE WAR IN THE EAST. London, May 4. Two Thousand men, nnder Chamat Chroun and Prince Silvio, with several ironclads, had an engagement with the Russian batteries at Ibraliila, or Braliilhov. They bombarded the town and withdrew. London, May 5. ' . ' .Tlie Russians are gradually advancing upon, Servia. They have occupied the Bay Argia. 1 Austria remains neutral, but reserves to her self liberty pf action to protect her own inter ests. 1 i Military preparation's are going forward in the English arsenals and dockyards. The whole Russian army has been placed on a war footing. London, May 7. Tlie'Russian arthy have commenced-.the siege of Kars with all available strength. The Turks vigorously replied, /anil ' twice .repulsed the Russians. .-The latter suffered great loss and' were compelled to fall back ' ? ? The British' ironclad squadron stationed at ?' ?OoMujhas been ordered to rendezvous at Crete, 'arid prepare fos extrem...

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RELIGIOUS NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 12 May 1877

RELIGIOUS NOTICES. I Clergymen officiating in Grenfell may have their appointments gratuitously notified in this column, if forwarded to the^offico by 8 a.m. of the day preceding publication.] Church op England. The following services will be conducted (d. v.) in Holy Trnity Church, Grenfell : To-morrow (Sunday). At 11 a.m. ... ? Mr. Holliday At 3 p.m. (Brundah) ? Mr. Holliday At 7 p.m ? ... Mr. Holliday The Rev. F. S. Wilson will officiate at Cowra.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 12 May 1877

AUSTRALIAN JOINT STOCK BANK. . GRENFELL BRANCH. CJJRRENT Accounts opened. Interest allowed on fixed deposits. Drafts issued on the chief towns in the Australian Colonies, and England, Ireland, and Scotland. t Advances made, bills discounted, and all usual banking business transacted., J. J. ANDERSON, Manager. GREAT EASTERN HOTEL, GEORGE-STREET. GEOEGE STOKES BEGS to inform his friends and the; public that he has . purchased the GREAT EASTERN HOTEL, 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 comforti i The stoclc . of Wines, Spirits,' 'and Beers has. been selected with great care, and will be found equal to any in' the district. ' Apartments for private families. GOOD STABLING, , Competent and Cabeful Grooms. TATTERSALL'S TURF HOTEL.; . GEORGE-STREET, GRENFELL. , JOHN L. ITIVEB 'DEGS .to inform...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 12 May 1877

NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. All letters intended for publication must be .? accompanied by the real name and address of the writer — not nec&sarihj for -publication, but for the information of the Editor. THE GRENFELL RBCoTtpT SATURDAY, MAY 12, 1877.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 12 May 1877

DEATHS. EASTON. — On the 15th February, at Fairfield, Cheshire, Robert Orton, the third son of Charles Easton, of Goscombe Hall, Gloucestershire, England, and father of A. LI. Easton, of this town ; aged 73 years j honoured and respected by all who knew him. .. GOODE. — On- the 20th February, Elizabeth, wife^of Benjamin Tertius Goode, eldest : . --I. child of the late Robert Orton Easton, of Fairfield, Cheshire ; aged 48. '

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MAN AND THE WEATHER. [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 19 May 1877

AKDlTHS ^EkTHEB;'^'1 - Man's a fool ! . r i / -When it's hot, he wants it cool ; ... v j 1 '?TjVh.etiSEfs cold hS. waiife'it'hot^— i! iohtaiited--with.hisjot. '' ^;/---^ W W Whepat'a -dryj ! ' , 1 ; , -'] / i He for aha^ers iS heard ;t6 sign ! ? ' - j j - vvnen— io meet ms wisa— ii,raina, j -j )j , ' Gf'.'the wetjthe fool.complainfl, f t. '? 'Hot1 o'r'eold, dry or wet,'.' ' . .' . '/ Ifothing'Eniits that he can get ; . ' ' . - 1 'I tionsi'de'r1,' Sis' ii'riiiy,'iii4h's WJfdoi; I/'.'/ j'r ; , ? ;t-i 'I! ?/!.'?????[ I- :. ' ? Witiir isl harder! than: Earning money ^—Col lecting it. '? Why are ^mbj'e]la? ili^-Bj {liihcakQW Because they are seldom aeon after Lent. , i ,, ? rMMFdKTtfAy,IJlike'bbti,owell'' ttinbtellas, ate easily carried — if they belong to others. Why cannot 'two , Blender ,' psrsons become great friends J-— Bedause '? the/, will always remain slight acquaintances. ^ WSiAlt i^'the*^d[M6fgnce beifyveen a man. cutting the end o^ $is nose find -1% ooy whb-^hasj.' just learn...

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GRENFELL POST-OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 19 May 1877

GRENFJBLL POST-OFFICE. Office hours (working doys) from 9 a-m. to 1 p.m and from 2 p.m. to 6 p.m. ; on Sunriaya, Christmas any, and Good Friday, the offico will open fW the i daivery of lotters only between tho hours of 9 a.m. and 10 a m. ARRIVAL AND DISPATCH OF MAILS AltEIVALS. ; . j From Sydnoy, Melbourno (seaborn), Cowra *V Carooar, Canowindra, Bathurst, Mudgee 1 Gulgone, Tnmbaroora, Hill End and Sofala ? H Daily (Mondays cxcopted) at 6 p.m. H From Melbonrno (overland), Young, Waggo M Wagga, Burrowa, Yass, Goulburn, Albury S and Doniliquin— on Tuesdays and Fridays, at I 6.20 p.m. f| From Forbes, Parkes (Bushman's), Goolagong, I Orange, Wellington, and Dubbo— on Sundays 1 and Wednesdays, at 6 p.m. : From Morangorell, Temora, (The Rocks), Ooora- I mundra, and the Murrumbidgee— on Mondayo 1 and Thursdays at 9 p.mi From Marsdens (the Bland), Wollongough, aud ! Humbug Creek — on Mondays and Thursdoya, at 6 p.m. ? I From Wood'a Creek — on Tuesdays, at 11a.m. ; From Goolagong, via Warra...

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GARDENERS' CALENDAR. MAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 19 May 1877

^ GARDENERS' CALENDAR. , ' ? / ,MAY. ' - This month in Australia corresponds with November in Great Britain. Kitchen Gardkx. —Prepare tho ground for the earlyj spring crop, by thoroughly digging, treuching, and manuring. Let every available piece of vacant land bo prepared for planting or sowing as this is tho period when a few hours' labour may bring in a handsome return after a due lapse of time. Cloar away all dead leaves, and free the beds from weeds. Sow broad beans, radishes, peas, onions, spinach, and lettuce ; transplant horse-radish, cabbages, cauliflowers, eve. Kliubarb may be planted in situations; Beds for sea lcale and asparagus may be made, but care must be taken to have them well-manured and deeply trenched. Celery may still be trans planted, that planted before will . require earth ; . ing up. Flower Garden. — The remarks made as re gards the kitchen apply equally to the flower garden. This month is generally acknowledged' as the commencement of tho planting season. ...

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Local Intelligence. COURT OF REQUESTS. TUESDAY. Before D. Pyne, Esq., J.P. [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 19 May 1877

Local Intelligence. COURT OF REQUESTS. Tuesday. Before D. Pyne, Esq., J.P, John M. Hewen v Charles Stibbard. — This case requiring two magistrates, was again adjourned for a fortnight. Waa. Lawson v Thomas Holten. — £10, damage dene by sheep. Mr. Crommeliu for defendant. Both parties agreeing to one magistrate, the case was proceeded with. The complainant deposed to the sheep being on the ground, and described the posi tion of the land ; he had tried to keep' the sheep off the land. To Mr. Crommelin : There were eight acres taken up under the improvement clause ; had only applied for the ground a few weeks ago ; the improvement had been upon tho ground some time; had been surveyed, but not for him ; had a title to the ground under the improvement clause ; supposed the ground had been surveyed for anyone who choose to take it. William Moran remembered the sheep being on the ground ; Mrs. Lawson told the shepherd to remove them, and tried to drive the sheep off ; the shepherd would no...

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CATHOLIC. Easter Stations. [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 19 May 1877

CATHOLIC. Easter Stations. Mass will be celebrated at — Oma Creek (Mr. J. Byrnes') — Saturday, May 19th. Grenfell— Sunday, May 20tli.

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POLICE COURT. TUESDAY. Before D. Pyne, Esq., J.P. [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 19 May 1877

POLICE COURT. Tuesday. Before D. Pyne, Esq., J.P. George Smith, charged with being drunk and disorderly, and incapable of taking care of his horse and dray, in George-street, upon tho previous day, was fined 5s, or 24 hours' imprisonment. BHEEPSTEALING. Henry Harley and Ann Harley (on bail) were charged as above, and Alfred Richard Simpson, aliaB Harley, was charged with aiding and abetting. Mr. Crommelin, who appeared for the prisoners, requested his Worship to leave the. Court, he being a witness in the case. j Mr. Pyne declined ' to leave tho Bene/ until the other magistrates (Messrs. Vaughn and Halls) had taken their seats, maint«a ing that until there was a bench of magis trates, the case could not be called on. / Messrs. Vaughn and Halls then took/their seats upon the Bench, and Mr. Vaughu requested Mr. Pyne to le^ve the Court, as he (Mr. Pyne) was a witness in the caso. Mr. Pyne said that, itiwas, usual for any magistrate, being a witness in a case, to occupy a seat upon the ...

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IQUIQUEDE STROYED BY ANEARTHQUAKE. London, May 12. [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 19 May 1877

IQUIQUE DESTROYED BY AN EARTH QUAKE. \ London, May 12. The town of Iquique, on the Peruvian cons: ; has been destroyed 'jy an earthquake. ' ROTJ MANIA. London, May 13. The Roumanian Chamber of Deputies has adopted a resolution to authorise the securing of the independence of Rotimania, THE RTJSSO-T URK.ISH WAR. London, May 13. Tlie accounts respecting the battle at Keni, have not yet been confirmed. The Russian batteries at Ibraila, or Brail hov, sank one of . the Turkish ironclads, to gether with two hundred men. Official despatches state that the Russian troops have arrived at Diadin. Turkish official account state that the Russian army corps unsuccessfully attacked the entrenchments near Satoum, and were re pulsed with the loss of 40,000 me». THE BRITISH SQUADRON. London, May 13. The British Squadron has been ordered to Port Said, at the entrance of the. Suez Canal. London, May, 16. The debate upon Mr. Gladstone's motion is concluded. Sir Stafford Northcote said that Russia might...

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POLICE COURT. WEDNESDAY Before Messrs. Vaughn, Halls, and Wood Regina v Harley, wife, and son. [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 19 May 1877

POLICE COURT. Wednesday Before Messrs. Vaughn, Halls, and Wood Regina v Harley, wife, and son. J.HO louowing is tlie conclusion of the case adjourned from the previous day — D. Pyne deposed: I am a magistrate of the torritory, and reside in Grenfell ; I know the prisoners; sold the fomalo prisoner 40 sheop on the 6th April last, they wero tar-branded 4 on rump ; some of tho brands were indistinct ; they were ear-marlcofl in -wVi j „ i ' ? *; u * j.il — , u uuyonec i brand : the owes and wethora were marked tho same ; there was a blotched iiro'. brand on the near cheok also, suppoaocl to beaB ; the Bhoep were of mixed ages ; I cannot toll how many' lambs there were amongst the forty ; the lambs Tverd branded the same as the full-grown sheep ? tho aheop wero of mixed sexes. . ' . The prisoners were then charged with stealing 27 sheep, the property of John Newman, of Inglovale. Constables Muldoon and Matliieson deposed as yesterday, in the oaso of Simpson. John Newman : I am a grazier ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 19 May 1877

AUSTRALIAN MUTUAL FIRE SOCIETY. Capital £100,000, with power to increase to £1,000,000. BONUSES 20 per cent, each for 2nd, 3rd, and 4tli years. Directors — Hon. John Sutherland, Esq., M.P., Chairman. H. F. Josophson, Esq. ffm. Day, Esq. J»lin Wetherill, Esq. . Win. Hezlet, Esq. The Only Mutual Fire Society GIVING ASSURERS PROFITS EVERY YEAR. Assurers are free by law from all liability. Prompt and liberal settlements for tires. Damage by lightning and explosions by gas paid. Fire insurances at LOWEST BATES. E. M. VAUGHN, Agent for Grenfell District. Mutual Life Association, of Australasia. (Incorporated by Act of Parliament.) / Principal Ofpce— 247, George-street, Sydney. Directors : The Hon. S. D. Gordon, M.L.C., Chairman* The Hon. G. W. Allen, M.L. A., Deputy-ch'irwn H. G. Alley ne, Esq.,M.D., S. Dickinson, Esq., J. Davies, Esq;, M.L. A., M. B. Pell, Esq. , 'B.A. SEVENTH ANNUAL REPORT. , (For year ended 30th June, 1876.) 1056 Proposals received for ... £362,975 748 Policies issued,...

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COURT OF BEQUESTS. WEDNESDAY. Before R. M. Vaughn, R. Halls, J. Q. Wood, and D. Pyne, Eaqs. Js.P. [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 19 May 1877

COURT OF REQUESTS. Wednesday. Before R. M. Vaughn, R. Halls, J. Q. Wood, and D. Pyne, Eaqs. Js.P. ? Ingrey v M'Donald. — This case was adjourned for a fortnight, to allow defendant time to appear ; Mr. . Pyne dissenting. Mr. Vaughn upheld the decision of the Bench by virtue of his position as Chairman, which honour Mr. Pyne asserted belonged to himself, ho being senior magistrate, and objected to the next case being called on, whereupon Messrs. Halls, Wood, and Vaughn left the Benqli. P. Nicholas v Bootes. — Case adjourned, re quiring two magistrates. Gco_ Nicholas v' Bootes. — Case adjourned, requiring two magistrates. '

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