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POST-OFFICE TIME-TABLE. ARRIVAL AND DISPATCH OF MAILS ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 4 January 1868

POST-OFFICE TIME-TABLE. ARRIVAL ANdTiSPATOH OF MAILS Abbiyaw, From Sydney.— Monday, Wednesday, and . . Friday, at 7'30 p.m. ' From Forbes and Sydney.— Monday and Thursday at 0 a.m. From Young and Sydnoy.— Tuesday and Friday at 0 a.m. BBPABTtJBIS. To Sidney.— Tuesday, Thursday, and Sun To Forces.— Tuesday and Friday at 9 a.m. To Young.— Monday and Thursday, at 9 N.B.— Office hoara from9a-m. to 6 p.m., and from 2 to 6 p.m. On Sundays, from 10 sum. till 11 a.m. Money Orders issued from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m ; Sundays exoeptod.. . Each mail closes half-an-bour before the advertised time of despatch— except that of Sydney, which closes at 10 o'clock the nigbt before.

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LATEST TELEGRAM. SYDNEY. Friday, 5 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 4 January 1868

LATEST TELEGRAM. [Ffloit GnEviLtn 'avd Co.1 ' SYDNEY, Fi'idav, 5 p.m. It is anticipated thcro will bo a sedation outbreak on tho arriviil of tho Princo. Thegoverument oro determined to promptly suppress any- disturbance. Uiiey will, enrol special constables. Thero havo been «xtumivo und destruc tive bush fires in tho Ullariu'la district. Sydney, 10--13 p.m Barb is tho winner of tho Port Phillip. Fireworks tho winner of tho Melbourno Derby.. Why-not tho winner of tho AHVcd Stokes, Homobush. Rainiworth. .winner of Fiyiug Handicap, and Now Year's Gift. ?

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LATE NEWS. (THROUGH GREVILLE'S TELEGRAM COMPANY. SYDNEY. Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 4 January 1868

late_ news. (l'llUOUait GUEVlLln'aTtLEGJIAU CoilPANV. I / SYDNEY. - Great preparations aro being mado in Sydno/for tho reception ofH.R.H. l'riueo Alfred. An entertainment is to be given on an early day, iu nid of tho Sailors' Hnino, nnd a citi zens ball is to como olT on tho 29th of Jauu ary. - An enterprising indiudual has givon £100 for tho u*u of it balcony, in a,good position, from, which to view tho procession, intending to issuo tickets for admissiou (hereto at tbo rato of a guinea each. . * Tho stables of tho Quoen s hotol, Wollon gong,- caught flro, and wero burnt to the ground to-day. Tho hotol atiil Oatliolio chapel adjoining wero saved with-difllculty. It hns-bcon ascertained that tho race-horio Exile wit* poii-oiicd by means of arsenic. Littlo-flsh is tho favourito for tlio Mel bourne New Year's Derby. ? Tiroworks has receded. . ' ' ' The betting on tho Port Phillip Stakos is 2 to 1 on Barb, 5 to 1 against Cowra, 6 to 1 against Old England. ? - A. wag circulated n roport...

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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(TO THE EDITOR OF THE MINING RECORD.) [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 4 January 1868

(TO TItK EDITOB O? HIS UININO BXCOBD.) Sib,— Sonic months sinco I saw tbe question , was asked in tho ' Record'^os to bow it was'' that no Inspector of Weights and 'Measures was appointed for Grenfell. I do not think anything Iias been done, and lamquitosuro tbe authorities whoso duty it is to see to such a matter are not aware nbot a necessity there ufor sueb an officer. I know I am one of a (treat many poor men with large families to feed, and that wo ore victimised to a consider ablo extent at times. vnluabltf paper, and let mo remind our proplj in offico here that what is good for tbe people of loung is good for tho people of Grenfell; ondthut what is considered advisable for tbe town of Bathurst, may likely tolbo required at Emu Creek. Yours, obediently, A FATHER OF A LARGE FAMLY.

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
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CORRESPONDENCE. [We do not necessarily endorse the opinions expressed by our correspondents.] (TO THE EDITOR OF THE MINING RECORD.) [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 4 January 1868

CORRESPONDENCE. ' [We do not necessarily endorsotho opini ons expressod by our correspondents.] (TO THE EDITOB OF THE MINING BEC0BD.- Sin— In your last issuo yon speak very properly, as I sco do most of the papers in tbo colony, in strong terms of reprobation of tbo conduct of Mr. Martin in the Assembly, when he so completely lost his temper in bis ^isputo nith Sfr. Forstor. In goiog, bowovcr, so far as to doubt the Premier's popularity in this electorate, I think you hare made a mistake. Mr. Martin rnav not bo «ueh a mmiIaf man as Sfr. Cowper was in his palmiest days, but still Ibeltcvo the excellent social measures the present Government bave poised bavo tended to keep Mr. Martin much in tho good opinion of all sound and thinking men. Tho public schools' act was a measure which nono but 'Iho most rc.'oluto and able Government could have passed into law. Your readers many ofthem, no doubt, blamo Mr. Mortia for the very bad mining lows now ia force, but, perhaps, if the wbolo truth ...

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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HOSPITAL COMMITTEE MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 4 January 1868

HOSPITAL COMMITTEE MEETING, A meeting of tho Hospital Committco was held on Tuesday evening last. ProjeritsMr, Buker (in tho chair), and Messrs. Bedell, Purss, Burrell, and Hansen. The minutes of tho previous meeting wero read and confirmed. It was proposed by Mr. Hansen, and car ried, that nil accounts found to do correct bo nntri . bv thaTreamrar. oxMntimr thoso of Dr. Beatty and Dr.JJ Austin, tho former being paid £20 8s. on account, and tho latter £15 10s. on account. * It was proposed, and carried, that tho accounts sait in to tho Committco in addition totlios\ already passed be examined by Messr/. Puns, Baker, Bedell, , Riley, ? and, Hansen. In accordance with tho previous resolution, Messrs. Purss, Baker, and Bedell, proceeded to examine the accounts, tho result being that, provious meeting, the following wero the bills ordercdiobo paid, vis :— V*' _ ? . . £. s. d.' .f' .Mr. ' Johnson,' bread, ... ... ' 7 16 0 ?' Dr. Beatty, medical officer, ... '20 8 0 Dr. Austin, do. ' do.,...

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
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LOCAL NEWS. THE CHRISTMAS AND NEW YEAR'S HOLIDAYS AT GRENFELL. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 4 January 1868

LOCAL NEWS. THE CIIRISTILIS AND' NEW TEAK'S IIOLIIUl'S AT OIlK.\'Fj;LL. Tho festivities of the Christmas and Now i tor are happily now things of tbe post, and tbo community, oftcr having passed through nn ordeal of balls and suppers, running and . jumping, wrestling and other atblelio games/ and other matters inducing dissipation pro* bably more trying than ony other in Now to reflect on tbo errors or righteousness of the past, andtn make resolutions as to their courso of action for the now and futuro yonra. Days before tho cvo of Christmoe every one appeared to be fully seized of tho fact that ' Christmas came but once ayear,'* and determined to make tho most of it. Tbo denizens of Goorgo-street wero unanimous in the opinion that a profusion of evergreen ornameutatioa would set off to advantage that magnificent thoroughiure, and tbereforo vied with each other iu decorating their pro mises with Iho graceful young firs that grow so extensively in tha bu'h a mile or two from the town,...

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SPORTING. RACES TO COME. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 4 January 1868

SPOUTING. RACES TO COME. Hartley — Jonuary, 22nd and 23rd. Southern Tasinanian Stating — January 22nd 23rd and 2ith ' Tattcrsall's Club Now Year's Day Sleeting— January 25, 18G8. Browarriua— January 25th 27tli A28tb. llomebusb Horse and Jockcy — Jan. 20, Ashford— Jan. 27th and 2Hth. Lauuceston Champion Cup Mooting — Febru- ary IStb 19th and 20th. Homebush Autumn Meeting— Easter Monday and Tuesday. Sboalhaveu— Slareh 4th 5th aud 6th, Berrima— Starch. Mudgeo— May.

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EPITOME OF NEWS [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 4 January 1868

EPITOME OF NEWS Tits Mudobb Rush— Two Mrw Flat.— Tho carts and teams have been very busy carting and washing washstuff, and a great deal of gold bas been obtained. I was shown a very pretty 14 oz. nugget, which I under stand was obtained near Mr. Haicall's, at Moiawolgaj it is aperfect solid lump, free from dirt and quartz. A large now store lias been opouod opposite tho dcop load, by a Mr. Abrahams, with a very extensivo stock, which no proposes selling at Muugee pricos j tnc same gentleman is running a daily coach, to leave bis storo at 7 a.m. and leave Sfudgco at 3 p.m. tbe same day. A browery was opened on Monday by Mr. James CliQ'ord, Into of Gronfcl, and tho beer wus excollent. I am afTraid tbe demand will excoed tbe supply.— Tho school will be opened carl; in January. —Buckley's lead is now turning out first-rate Great results are expected from the deep lead | a share in one of tbo claims was sold for £120.— A numerously signed petition is about being forwarded to the Governm...

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ENGLISH PUGILISTS IN AMERICA—CHALLENGE FROM TOM ALLEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 4 January 1868

Esrausu Pcoihsts in AvebicaCh.il JiEnob pboji Tom Allen. The New York Clippor of tlio 12th insi., ' ?«8i t fo,lomne S— A'ho newly-arrived Eug ish boxer, Tom Allen sends us tho following Utter over his own signature, or by his uti. tbority. Although neglecting to send on a forfeit, tl is not to bo supposed that Allen will not siaud ready to back his chollenge with monoy if anyone takes it up. Hero's tbe cbollcugo i— Baltimore, Md , September 28. Fbank Qoeen,— Having noticed in your P.°Per that Sir. Joe Qoss, of England, inten ded to visit this country for tho purpose of ?fighting me, I nowdiclaremy willingness to fight him or any other man in this country, for 1000 or 2000 dollars u-sido. As I intend to make my futuro homo in Baltimore, Md., I can bo heord from ot any time at Sir. John Ji. Charles's, 37, W. Fojctto-street, Balti. Tkosias Allen. As Ooss s namo is mentioned first, wo may state that there is little or no possibility of Joe s comingto New York for three or four weeks yet...

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THE ENGLISH RING. THE CHAMPIONSHIP. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 4 January 1868

THE ENGLISH RING. T11E OUAMPIOKBIIIP. According to appointment, Macoand Bald win, accompanied by their friends, waited on the stakeholder on October 18, at the office of ' Dell'* Life, to hear tho opinion of the legal gentleman to whom tho circumstances wero referred. Tho opiuion was a very brief ouc, and wos to tho cilcct that even if tho battle did como off in France either of tlio men could be taken into custody on arriviug in England for an assault on ono of her Slojesty e subjects, towards whom they wero bound in bctvy sureties to keep tbe peace. — It was afterwards urrangod that the stakes should bo rjturncd to the two men on Mon day, Oetober 21. The arrangement, however, it appears, dii uot suit Baldwin, who on Sat uruay rushed up the stairs at ' Boll's Life,' broko opou tho uoor of tho room— which had been locked by Slessrs. Wcsthall and Wood stock ou tbe bearing of tbe approach of tbe ruffian and anotlior nri?nflr-l.tr.r— «n-? -ln. msnded that the former should giro him on ...

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UNITED STATES. New York, Nov. 10, 1807. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 11 January 1868

UNITED STATES. Now York, Nov. 10, 1807. New York, Now Jersey, and Maryland, in I tho Stato elections just passed, ha ro followed i tho examples set thorn bv California, Connec ticut, Pennsylvania, and Ohio, and havo gone democratic by tremendous mojoritics— New j and Murylond by 30,000. Tho rebuko to tho Radicals is fearful. This city alono gave 01,000 majority ajainst them, and tbo City of llrooklyn 11,500 more. But this is not all; tho Democrats ia tho Stato of Maesa* chusctts havo brought tlio Radicol mnloritv down from G5, 000 to 20,000, and (ho Demo* erats nnd anti-prohibitionirtshavo carricd tho Lcgislatuvo of that Slato by an overwhelming majority. In Kansas negro suffi-ogo bos been repudiated by COOO majority, ond woman suf frage by 2000 1 and in Winconsin and Min nesota negro sulTrpgohas also been repudiated by largo majorities, arid although ehoBodicais havo dcctcd their etuto ofllccrs in thoso States it is by small minorities to what they havo had in tho past fow years, t...

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ITALY. Florence, Nov. 7. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 11 January 1868

ITALY. Florence, Nov. 7. On the 3rd instant. Garibaldi, with 3, CCD men and two cannun, loft his camp at Monto Rotondo, and advanced to Tivoli, which was held by tho Papal troops. ITe found tho lat ter, to tie number of 0,000, potted in aetroog position and supported by artillery. Tho I Pontifical »roons immodiatelv ooened fl™ I with thoir batteries upon tho approaching Garibaldians. A desporafo conflict ensued^ I andthoGaribaldians wero about gotting the better of tho Papal troops, when a French column, uniicr Ucneral i'ohlcs, advanced to their support and turned tho tido of battle, I and Garibaldi with his followers was forced to retreat, with tho loss of 000 killed nnd -vw ca.c , pr U0U en. J.UQ rapai troops also I lost heavily. Subsequently Garibaldi and his son Monotti ! wero captured at Tomi, ond sent to Vigevano, in Piedmont, and confined in prison I there. j Garibaldi now claims that ho Is a citizen of tho United S!ate«, and demands his rights ond privileges as sucli under t...

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ENGLAND. London, November 7, 1867. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 11 January 1868

ENGLAND. London, November 7, 18C7. Serious bread riots occurrcd in Exoter on tho -1th instant. Evory meat and bread shop in tho city was sacked, nnd many buildings wero jet on flro by incendiaries. Great ox- , citcmont prevailed for n time, and tho local authorities bad to petition tho Government to send troops to quell tho rioters. Tbo .troops came lo thorcscuoand soon restored order.

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THE ENGLISH MAIL. VIA PANAMA. CONTINUATION OF NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 11 January 1868

THE ENGLISH MAIL. VIA PANAMA. ' Continuation of News. Tho following items of intelligence, in con* tinuation of tho telegraphic news contained j in o\-r. last, oro extracted from Grovillo's Telogram Company's '* Extraordinary.' . I FEARFUL DISASTERS IN THE 1 The Panama 'Star and Herald' gives tbo following account of tlio Oyclono at St. r ' Thomas's t— ? Rk- At 11 a.m. . on tho 29tli, barometer stood at SL 3010, at 11.20 o'clock it had fallen to 27 90, i 0® at which time it commcnccd to blow foarfttlly I vjSm from tho north-west until 12 30, when thero J s'V* was a lull for about IS minutes, during wiiicb tho mercury roao to 28.30 j at tho expiration :jj S of tho lull tho wind camo with such forco *JSt from tho south-east as to sweep ovcrvthing 1 jH boforo it, and so contiuucd with unparalleled f'jSB violence until 4 p.m., when it moderated some what.' Tlicro is not a dwelling bouio in tho t'jn island th»t has not Buffered, and many haro ™ no roofs left. Tho small bouses of tho poor...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SELECT POETRY. A NATIONAL SONG. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 11 January 1868

SELECT POETRYa* A national song. ~r 1 1 Offlowers ibat bloom in gardens fair, ' thai lloom in meadows free, ' 2 bad my choico of all (bat blow, And I cboso mo only three, ? I But I must havo them all or nono — tbo tint ono that I ehoso Wos tbo Queen of all tbo flowers that bo, tbo red, tbo royal Rose ! Tbo Boio that blooms upon tbo rock, and Icte tbo salt sea-sproy Drift f'cr hc^cbc^k^nor.asks, if this bo.onger. orboploy; Biio bows not dowp bet stately .head for any breczb that blorws,' ? &ho smiles in kindness on bcr friends, in ^ ' , pride upon' her foes; ? ? ? A lion watches by her foot, and all bcr gal^ f Untstem . * Zi set with thorn*, ah I woo betide tbo band ' tbattouchcs them j . ? But deep within tbo Rose's heart,- injmany a ?- . silken fold } Wrapped round and round; a- treasure Uer'of )!, fragranco and of gold 1 j|f j * Then lono and free, by lnll and lira, nngiiarded- i«. ' yot unharmed, 5V . All green I saw tbo Tluatlo grow, that grow {{?( ?' -?-» etb-ready arme...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 11 January 1868

NOTICE. The inhabitants of grenfell aro respectfully informed that I havo this day, disposed of tho Goodwill of tho ' EMU CREEK MINER' Nowspaper, to tho Proprietor of the 'Mining Record,' with which paper it will for tho future bo incorpo . ? ' JOHN B. STORMER. . 2Sth Docombor, 1807

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 11 January 1868

Tenders Required FOR the Erection of a Building, 96x20. Particulars on application to tho under. aignsd. MOSES BROTHERS, Tobacconists, \ Gcorgo-st. Cor Sale, BY Private Contract, tho large Premises In I George-street, . known as TATTER- I 9 ALL'S HORSE BAZAAR. Apply to W. A. BYRNE, Auctioneer. FOR SALE Near Grenfell, A SMALL FARM of 40 Acres, fenced in with a substantial three-rail fence, situated about 1^ mile from tho town, on tho Forbes road, and known as 'JACKSON'S FARM.' A snug, shlnglod, well-built COTTAGE is eroctod on tbo ground 5 also, Ibreo norer failing Wells. 20 acres of the abovo havo been felled and grubbed, and will bo ready for cultivation upxt season. This is o well-known good pieco of'Landj and in a most prominent po For particulars apply to W. A. BYRNES. SELECT QUADRILLE ASSEMBLY. A SELECT Quadrillo Assembly will meet atTEBTON's 'Brian Boroibmo' Hotel, George-itreet, on Wednesday ercning noxt, tho 15th Januai7 instant, and on ovcry suc ceeding Wednesday. Dancing t...

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
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NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 11 January 1868

NOTIOE TO CORRESPONDENTS. All lotters intended for publication must be . accompanied by tho roil uatuo and address ! of the writer— not necessarily for publica tion, but for the information of tho editor. 'THE MINING RECORD, SATURDAY, JANUARY 11, 1803.

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
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THE COMING DISSOLUTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 11 January 1868

THE COMING DISSOLUTION. Tiiebb aro signs and tokens in tho political I atmosphere, which forebode a coming disso- I lutionof Parliament. Tho Opposition and tho Government appear to be pretty equally balanced ia point of, numbers— so nearly, in foot, that tbo Ministry cannot carry out tho I measures they introduce, and havo continually I during tho present session had to chooso bo- | . twoen tho disagreeable alternalivo of cither j tendering their resignation ' or abandoning I their most cherished plans. TUoy have ia I - erery instance, ami not wituout some loss oi dignity and prestige; ohoson tho lattor course j I hut thls stato of things cannot 'go on inuch 'longer. It is not likely that tbe Opposition will gain much strongtli lu tho present Houso, certaiuly not enough to giro them a good working mojority if they took office j and it is laid, therefore, thut an appeal must bo made to the country. Then comes tho question, ?what Is tho issuo to bo tried by the peoplo ? la it simply t...

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