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LOCAL NEWS. OUR PLACES OF AMUSEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 29 June 1867
LOCAL NEWS. OUR PLACES OF AMUSEMENT. i'his has been u greut week for Grenfell. Mr. Oakey, ut the Princess*, on Monday, Miss Josephine Young, ut the Olympic, on Tuesday, uud Mr. Rogers, ut the Princess* again, on Thursduy, have each elaiuicd aud received tho favour und putrouugo of tho publie, Mr. Charles Oukev, the old furorile in tho local and comic song stylo of entertuin iiient, hud u full house — not over-crowded, but full. Tho bill of faro wus an uttractivo one, but from somo unexplained cause several who were notified (o appear failed (o put in uu appearance. Mr. Oakey'* invention ami tulviil in hitting otVloeul sayings und doings, uud combining (hem iu a comic song, uro ns fresh aud good as when, somo live year* ago, he used to set all Burraugong iu » roar by his uniusing satire on tho men aud things of those day*. Timo seem* (o hare deult kindly with Clmrloy (as the gods still delight in calling him), und he appeared before us the other ni«jht Iho same iu uppcuruiico us ho w...
POST-OFFICE TIME TABLE. ARRIVAL AND DISPATCH OF MAILS. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 29 June 1867
, POST-OFFICE TIME TABLE. I ARRIVAL AND DISPATCH OF MAILS Arrivals, From Sydney. — Tuesday, Thuraday, and Saturday, at 2 p.m. From Forbes and Sydney.— Monday and Thursday nt 9 a.m. j From Young and Sydney.— Tuesday and Friday nt 0 a.m. To Sydney.— Monday, Wednesday, nnd Fri To Forbes. — Tuesday and Friday at 0 a.m. To Young.— Monday and Thuraday, at 0 N.B.— -Odlce hours from 0 a.m. to R p.m., and from 2 to 0 p.m. On Suudaya, from 10 a. in. till 11 n.m. Money Orders issued from 9 o.m, to C p.m. Sundays excepted. Kadi mail cloaca half-an-liour before tlio advertised time of despatch.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 29 June 1867
THE ' MINING RECORD' GENERAL PRINTING OFFICE. EVERY description of JOB PRINTING crecuted at the above establishment with promptitudo, in the best stylo of the nrt, and at tnodsrato priccs. Plain and Ornamental Printing in ovcry Torioty _ . Moulin pltlUi '' Hand-Bills ~ Catalogues Pamphlets Bill Heads - Cards Business Announcements Circulars Gold Books Chcquo Books. Rocoipt and Delivery Books Wuy Bills ? &c., Ac. Orders front tlio country promptly at* PROSPECTUS 'MINING RECORD,' Grenfell General Advertiser. PUBLISHED AT GRENFELL every SATURDAY MORNING, and extensively circulated throughout the Emu Creek Gold fields; at Forbes; Young,* and tliewholo of Now South Wales and tiio adjoining colonics. AN opinion has been of lato generally ct« pressed at tho Emu Creek Gold-flold, that tlio timo has now arrived when tho pub* plication at Grenfell of a newspaper is noccs sary for tho well-being and advancement of tho district. Tho Projectors of tho ' Mining Record' belioving, also, th...
MEETING OF PARLIAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 29 June 1867
MEETING OF PARLIAMENT. Ik about a rock's time Purliatncnt meets for tlio dispatch of business ; and, if wo aro to believe the rumours in circulation, great changes iu various ways may bo cxpocted, I particularly as rcspccts tlio administration of Government. Mr. Martin, it ia said, will probably retiro from tlio Premiership, and bo como Chief Justice; wliilo Mr. PxOKES will become tho head of (ho Government. Sin Jou.v YOCNO is also about quitting his post, and returning to Europo. Tliero aro also Taguu rumours (hat chungcs are to be made, or at least proposed, in tho Land Act. All these things mean troublo aud difficulty— that is, troubltf to tho gossips of Sydney, and parliamentary difficulties without end. With Martin on tho Bunch, Cowpbr in tlio count ing-liouse, Daryall in England, and tho Hon. John hero, thcro, and everywhere— doing nothing but watching his pot Bill— what ia to become of tho country? It is possiblo tlmt wo may drag on somehow while tho amusing gaino of ins and ...
[?] [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 29 June 1867
R'UIIKS. j ^iiii»\t ofit i»ws- r-tiri:r«t'.»vi»i.\t. ! l-n.t.y iiiort.isf^. | Tho sr,Uo.' IU.M t!.i- p'a-o b.i, ,-:r ri- ! i-...*u,ii-.». H,th.. alarm o..u*o.l by iho .iru.-.in ? i ut!il'o.U ir.o^b^-, 'M-S'l-ar1 ; Ip.'il 1 bo Moao, il wa- Vouml tb,.t lb.- n..v I ...-I oi.t-.U,.. ii ? lutikr., an.i »wh r..nbllv ,v I onili;^ il- if moi- ibo a-lja.-ul ii!.i o.oi- ! .lit.- ibo l.m-oii. whlo'b -o,-.viimI Jlr.; 1 own iu.o .lai.^-roii, wa'or .-.oai-.-os, ami ! ?llrb'V'iJ^lf. ''j oimi^tjV'V.. in- ! r.a,o until Mm..iav . „i,.ii,. iho .-o- j |»»*o«i;;.-r. 'roiii ono p o l «,j' ibo »*.»« a lo . notli.-r. Tbo rivet- ,-„i.m»oi..v.l 'J.AYu^ -n ; U.-Mv, -iii. I ba» bron ur-.i.;..:ii lo».-rio«! I p to tiio lisao of wrilmu, all .l.u.So.- h.vi.* nv pa-..-,l, uf o.iiir,o tbo I'.mii.r, aloni \ U n-all'y ououvb to'ilnVu.v lb.'.'! uh'o b'nv ! oo.l tbo ib-oufbt, ..ml ib.o.b oflbo la-l (Uo The email ut.tnb-T (.f miaor* al iv.ut at .vu .it, on this -ol-liiotil, rotM i-p tho oon.pi Mi.lliifnOn'j l.i'ii.l, li...
GRENFELL MINING REPORT [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 29 June 1867
GUKNFK1X MINI SO UKl'OU.'. Tin- primipal it cm of mum^ nit''!, to be il payable load iH Mil- ly.^Oli.' .ti-^rt.t. Ncitln-r tt.i-h nor «ol Win tMontho boioai, t: 1.. Hi,' .11-1. »uli ii f..ol of ? ? !!'?? lo.Mlilv i. .l.-lmit In. i.i lire. 1. 11 i,l,,.i.' --.vi, 1M LU'^I I....I Hlllllllt ll.r.v mil.-. 111-'. 3 for iho last rL'urnl iv.rok-i -o pi-r.-evfriu\ at w.k ill ill.- deep dull t b.;i '.b.-y a..- »b,i to .?art rtlro-b ?» :i flioi'l iliMim.o from I'ir aniuulilol' Jaipur, but a 1-oitM.lvriblc 1 \ .? tlit in -- uf oapital. luthopre,on.halfw .1 (Hit l-tlltO ul' till- tb.Vo load- ill CUlIf .r Wlilliint.', Mll'l till- I, ? ? (Il4l \Ui, «t .- .led mm i il'oi' ii'11-',' IV ? ? ? :myt * t.i iv lor lln- :i!luvi.il urn.. nli«rm;: (lit* lu-t f'lis iln^utlniK-L- tb.it ut l.u.l uiif of lh-' ii y K'lhut oiii'iJ'i. llii-rt- U nolbiun *o. --f f.'tll.ll'k '.-uluvinihU !».«?? . ? ivii'cvuir h.i* out- or inor,- j«rtto. ..tu.'li.- . '''iicrti-i i b»t uu* «'-vi iv -Aliit-h i.-wc« uu .Mi I'. vt. will ...
The Robbery at Kelly's. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 26. (Before the Police Magistrate.) [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 29 June 1867
The Robbery at Kelly's. WEnsKsu.ur, Jcsf, 2G. (Before tho Police Magistrate.) The prisoners Gruinger aud Ilumsay (alias Wntkins), on rernuna from the previous day, wcrcagaiu brought up. George Curr, having been ro-sworn, de posed tlmt hu wus with Detcutivo M'Glone on tho 2Urd instant, when he searched Rum say's bouse. When witness went into Rum say's bedroom he recognised u strap ho snw ou the floor to be that which tha man who assisted in the robbery liud round his head ut the timo. Suw no other straps nt Ramsay'* house. Ramsay took the £1 nolo to cliuugo at Kelly's out of a chamois bag. Witness knew 'Old Mury, tho wushcrwomun.' (Mary was here brought into court, und re cognised by witness.) Tho man now intro duced (Brown) was tho man who spoke to witness when he was chopping wood ; Audy wus also chopping at tho time. Gave infor mation (o the police of his own freewill. The woman introduced (Isabella Fconoy) was the tame who was ut Romsay's pine* when witness left there on Thursday...
The Robbery at the One-Mile. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 29 June 1867
Tlio Robbery at tho Ouo-Mile. j John Tames Grainger, nnd Charles Alfred : II unsay, ulin» Billy Wntkina, wvro charged . witii being ucccssory to the lute robbery at ' Kelly'* store, both before and after the fact. ' Prisoners pleaded Not Guilty. I Deicetiro M'Glono, -vlio conducted tho case against tho prisoner*, depoaed that, iu couiiuuiy with Sergeant O'Douncll, ho pro ceeded to tho residenco of tho prisoners on Sunday, tho 23rd instant. The house wus tfituutolat tho lower end of Georgc-strcct, on the Lumbing Flat Road. Was shortly nfterwurd* joined by three constublcs, aud u man named George Carr, Ou witness asking Rainsuy who (ho house belonged to, ho re plied, 'To mo und Gruinger.' Grainger Mud, 'That is correct.' Then asked whether tho property wus his, and ho said somo belonged to him uud somo to (lie other prisoner. Witness then searched tho plucc, und found, iu u sitting-room, two sets of gold scalcs, und iu tho drawer of one, weights | also two pans for blowing gold. In Ra...
The Robbery of Kelly's Stone. FRIDAY JUNE 28 [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 29 June 1867
The Robbery of Kelly's Store. R-lJl.W, Jl'Mi -s 'i viiifMi-i1 I.r Mr». Mur.li ui.il *»hMj ? *--**. w. v fl» bulll.-ioul 10 niiiko out «i pr.ina fa-i.' i« in thu opinion ul' lint llettol., and the 11 ? ? wmffii;' ? ? ? Til.! t-.-i.U-ii.H- il«. tii-.tiy .-,nirlii,l,-,l ll... Larceny. .rulm (Ir.-ei, w„„-li,.r,.,-.l nllli rtonli.ia I...11 from. I,, ,,„„„„r„lllii- K-.yiil llul.-l, 'SSSS^srK^ slsr* ? 'I'i ? ? ., ? wJESSL. ? ? ? nine da;.-.
THURSDAY, JUNE 27. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 29 June 1867
Tnt'ustuv, Jcnb 27. Grjiuger and Ramsay were again brought Detective M'Glone, recalled, produced a coat and vest. Gruinger told witucsa tboio wero purchased at tho salo with tho other things. Also took from Grainger a purso, containing a ring, u knife, £2 7s. Gd. iu monoy, and a gold breast -pin (producod). Took from Ramsay u similar purse— uhu- mois leather, with steel clasps — containing i'9 lis. 2d,, aud a deposit rcccipt for £0 in the Oriental Bank, dated 7th May, 16fi7. When arrested, Grainger said ho nover ehanged a £1 uoto ut Kelly's, nor did ho know whoro tho etoro was. Never arrested any other person but Ramsay und Graingur iu their plucc. Any person could havo thrown a watch or pistol into tho cesspool at tho back of the premise* without being seen ? by tho owner. 1 Sergeant O'D nnell deposod to having arrested tho prisoners, in company with do tectivo McGlono, on (ho 2Urd instant. Tho evidence of this witness w-»a a recapitulation of that given by him in the enso of Curr ...
LECTURE. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 29 June 1867
LECTURE. ! Tho Rev. R. V. Danno delivered a leeturo on Wednesday evening, in tho Priuccaa' The atre, tho subject being 'Tito Early History of Irelund.' The rev. lecturer introduced his subject by touching upou certain principles iu uccord uuce with which the character of nations is formed. Ho said nations, liko individuals, aro very much tho matures of circumstances. As the influence of tlio circumetanccs with which childhood's years havo been sur rounded is seen in the character of tL'c man, eo may wo trace a nation's character to her early history, the marks of which oven an advanced civilization will never bo able to ofl'ucc, Tho earliest history of Ireland is somewhat shrouded iu uncertainty and dark ness. Art, scicnee, nnd literature, wero in thoso days in Ireland comparatively un known— of an unexplored region j nnd, whilo her ancient people worshipped the aun, their minds were not inuch illumined by the light of knowledge, lior were the Dunes at a later period much more impro...
Malicious Injury to Property. TUESDAY, JUNE 26. (Before the Police Magistrate.) [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 29 June 1867
Malicious Injury to Property. Tuesday, June 25. | (Before the Police Magistrate.); &nbsp; Patrick Grady was charged by Henry Shadowsky, with wilfully pulling down and destroying a skillion, the property of com- plainant, and attached to complainant's dwelling-house. Defendant acknowledged the pulling down, but said the property was his. The Bench found defendant, guilty, and assessed the damage at 6s., to be paid im- mediately, or four hours in the lockup.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 6 July 1867
TIIE' POOit MAN'S FKIEHD. T SAY, BOH, I guess we can live pretty X cheap these hcrqK hard times Y ' Yd, thoy toll me OLDTOURTIS is still ulive, and gives u» digger chaps Threo Loaves for a Bob !' T. E. FIS1IE11, HOUSE AND SIGH PAI^TE^t AND DECORATOR, N tiX't C01J EN'S i IOTEL, 0.1MP-STI1EET EDWAJID DAYIS, caiilm:nti:u, joiner, & builder, , George-street, Grenfell. FUHEEAL3 PERFOSHED. RKI'AUIS rilOMl'TLY EXECUTED, A. 0. II. BOWLER, ~ WHOLESALE & RETAIL BUTCHER 0 KEN FELL. ^ CONSTANT .Supply of FAT CATTLE W. MOLMAN, HAY AND CORN DEALER, LOWER G K0KC5 E STKEKT, GREIJFKLL. Catli Purchaser of uvcry dcceription of OllIEWTAL 13ANX CORPORATION, EMU GJIEEK . ? HIGHEST PR I OK GIYEN FOR ii UOLD. Drafts issued on the chief towna-of'Ncw Soiilh Wales nnd Yictoiw. '''* Current itate/'of lidcreel nllowcd 011 Fixed ull olhrr Banking Business ' ' j,. jl-i,EAS, Ajiciit. LUCKNOW 11EEE. WCAMPHELL begs to nnnounce to the . public that ho has opened a First* clu ii REST AURANT on tho Luck...
MISCELLANEOUS. EXTRAORDINARY ESCAPE OF CONVICT [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 6 July 1867
MISCELLANEOUS. EXTRAORDINARY ESCAPE OF A CONTIC'f. Tnn following amusing account of tho cs« capo of a convict from gaol appears iu the 1 l'crtli Gasettc.' _ I'robobly no event in tho colony over moro tickled tho risiblo faculties of thu public than did tho escape of tho notorious convict, Mooudyno Joe, on Thursduy last. Much of tho amusement felt orns.. frnm ofthe theatrical exhibition mado of Joe by tho ocfing Coinplroller-Gciicr.il, when he wit's ; last cajdured— chaining him to u post in ono of the yards, and Mr. Hampton improving , tho occasion by addressing tho assembled I prisoners, nnd pointing out to I hem Jon's condition, as an example of what would beful I them ifthey did likewise. Joo'singoimity in I making his escape from his apparently hope less condition, has gained him many svmpa | timers, who express tho opinion that lie lias i earned his freedom, especially ns Mr. Ilnmp tan is sold to Imvotold him,whcu ho saw him nut into tha cell which hud been prepared for ; hiiu,...
THE STORY-TELLER. LOOKING UNDER THE BED. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 6 July 1867
THE STORY-TELLER, LOOKING TJNDER THE BED. It is tho habit of many- persons to look ?; « under tho bed beforo retiring for the night, if: Mrs. Evergreen, my beloved wife, indulges, :- if indulgence it can be called, in this peculiar practice. I do not object to it in tho least, ? 60 long as sho does not onforco tho perform* -.y.' unco upon myself, but when, as is sometimes tho ease, she forgets it until sho has put out » tho light and cscoueed herself under the com* forter, I think that it is hard that I, who am 2-,}u troubled with ncrrous npprchcnstvencss should havo to got out in tho cold and do it for her. I haro often remarked to Mrs. Evergreen, whom I seen prying under tho Led, thut it wus a silly habit, auu the soonor she gavo it up tho better. To this gentle ud* monition my better half invariably rejoins,-— ' Lu, Evergreen ! wlmt harm docs it do ? It's n kind of satisfaction to know that uo* body i» under there, and then I don't think of such n horrible thing after I'm in bed....
SELECT POETRY. BETTER THAN GOLD. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 6 July 1867
SELECT POETRY. BETTER THAN GOLD. Belter than golil is the sweet repose Of the sons of (oil when their labours close | Better than gold is the poor man's tie op, Ami the balm tlint drops uu his slumbers deep, Bring sleeping draughts to tlio downy bed, Where Luxury pillows his aching head j His simple opiate, labour, deems A shorter road (o tho land of dreams, Better tlmn gold is o thinking mind, That in the realms of books can Bud A treosuresurpu'sing Australian ore, And lirti with the great uud good ofyore j Tho sage's loro and tho poet's lny, The glories of empires passed uway : Tho world's great drama will thus enfold, And yield a plciiiuro better than gold. Better than cold is a peaceful home, 'Whero all thu fireside charities como j Tho thrine oflove, tho heaven oflifo, Hallowed hy mother, or sistir, or wifo. However humble thy homo may be, Or tried with sorrow hy heaven's decree, Tho blessings that never wero bought or sold, And centre there, arc better thin gold.