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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 25 January 1868
. Wanted, A FIRST-CLASS GROOM. Apply at tho ALBION HOTEL. H. iPLELLAND. Tenders Wanted. 1 LENDERS WANTED for tho Erection of . the Presbyterian Church, Grenfell. Plans and specifications to bo seen at Messrs. Manson and Co.'s, Georgo-strcot, up to tho:8th February. . January. 24th. . Congregational Churoh. DIVINE SERVICE wiu bo held, andScrf mons preached, in the above placo o. Worship, by tho REV. J. W. BUTLER TO-MORROW (Sunday),. Morning service to commence at 11 o'clock i Evonuig, at lulf* past 7. , Catholic- - MASS Will bo celebrated by the very REV. DR. M'ALROY, V.G., TO-MORROW (3UNDAY), 2Gth January, at the Cathollo Church, Grcufell. Dissolution of Partnership. rpUE Partnership hithorto existing between X tho undersigned has been dissolved by juutual consent. J. A. PARKER. A. 0. R, BOWLER. ,V!„1M„.fH- GROS. SIMPSON ?Witnesses ^JAMES u«COiNNELL. To Sell or Let, By MR. H. ELLIOT, at tho 7-M1LR, the public-houso occupied by himself. It is advantageously sltualod, and commands | »...
SELECT POETRY. MARRIED FOR MONEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 1 February 1868
SELECT POETRY. MARRIED FOR MONEY. 'J'wras nil over between us, you thought, when v*p parted, Jt was gojd-bye to me and to troublo or A sigh and a toar, a poor boy broken-hearted i Mattered not, for what feelings had you then to spare fv : wore shattered, For you knew all tho time that you meant we should parti Did you think with fair words I should erer feel flattered, From lips feigning truth with such falsenos# at heart P , Ah, lovely and lost ono, I lurk jn the gloam And^tbink of ono midsummer twilight lost year, Itut ono little year past when wo two were roaming With hand lockod in hand by tbo still solemn more. Have you, lore, forgotten that night and those pledges, Hair whispered, half sobbed, ncath that calm summer sky ? Wlille still in my oar faintly shiver the AiidlSill tho low plash of tho water sounds nigiL Ther tell me you're happy j and yet, on re. 'ileetion, 1 find they talk more of your wealth than of you j Aud if you hare momenta of thought or de* jection, It may bo ...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 1 February 1868
? 'Wanted, ? A GENERAL SERVANT, able (o JVnsh and Cook, iu a privuto lumily. Apply to MRS. FREDERICK DALTON, Cump Hill. Tenders ARE respectfully solicited from parties willing to contract for tha supply of the undermentioned articles to tha Grenfell Public Hospital uutil tho end of tho present Beef und Mutton, pur lb. Groceries of every description. Tenders must bo delivered, sealed, to tho undersigned, at or beforo noon, of Wednes day, the 5tli instant. SIMEON S. MOSES, Hoh. See. Notice ALL persons indebted to (ho undersigned aro requested to settle their Accounts immediately, or proceedings for their recovery will bo taken forthwith. W. E. AUSTIN. Gronfell, January 31st, 18G8. Notice. THE inhabit&ntsof OrenA'U, Tyagong, and tho surrounding District, are respectfully informed that tho Committeo of tho Grenfoll Publio Hospital intend, during the onsuing week, to canvass for subscriptions in uid of the abovo institution, and hopo that their efforts in its behulf rauy meet tha...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 1 February 1868
MARRIED, At Grrnfoll, on the 2Gth insf., by tho Rev Mr. Butler, Congregational Minister, Wil LiAUSiUHP, eldest son of Matliow Sharp, lato of Forbes,' 4o EttZAiirrn Oii.let, third daughter of Mr. Henry GiJJcf, of Penrith.
BATHURST PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 1 February 1868
BATHURST PRICES. Best flno silkfdresscd flour, per ton, wholo sale, £11; retail, 15s. per lOOlbs. Household flour, per ton, wholesale, £12 retail, 13s per 1001b9. 8cconds, per ton wholesale, £11 ; retail, 12s; per lOOlbs. Pollard, per ton, £4. Bran, per ton, £3. Wheat, -Is Gd to 5s Corn, per bushel, new, 3s Od to -Is 3d Oats, white, ditto, 3s 3d to 4s Oats, scod ditto, 3s to 3s Gd. Capo Barley, 3s to 3«. Gd Hay, per t.n,£3to£l. Ditto, lucorno, ditto,. i'2 10s to £3 Potatoes per (oh, £-1 10s. Onions, per owt., 10s to 124. Butter, salt, per lb. Is to Is Id Ditto, fresh, ditto, Is Id to Is 3d. Bacon, good, per lb., 7d to 8d. Lard, ditto, Gd to 7d. Cheese, ditto. 4}d to 5d. January 21st'
COMMERCIAL. RECORD OFFICE, Friday evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 1 February 1868
COMMERCIAL. Record Orvice, Friday evening. Prices of general prouueo at GrenfeU ate quoted to-day as under:— Fine Hour, £13 per tou. Uny,£& to £0 per tou Corn 5s. Oats, 3s. to 4s. Butter, fresh, Is. to Is. 3d. Eggs, Is. 3d per doz, . r-S llncon, 8d per lb. Cheese, Gd. to fid. per lb. Uhs 31b. loaf is now retailed at Od.
GRENFELL CEMETERY. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 1 February 1868
GllENFKLL CEMETERY. Tnnns 1b ao improvement, m the shape of a puWio wort, which, though not of any mag* idtudc, or of ar. expensive nuture, requires t« bo immediately attended to. We allude to the proper fencing in tho new cemetery. Some fe»* months ego a Bite for a publio bury* iBg ground was solected at a plaeo just beyond | the One Mile ; and already n considerable ' number of interments have taken place. No i hteps, as fa? os wo ar.» aware, have been tafcen j to get the ground fenced in 5 and it is highly r.uceiiary the matter should bj seen to with* oivtdt-Uy. C-'.tU nre iu Uiulnbit of straying orertJw graves, and even pigs rooting about elosu to them. It is not decent' or sccinly * - that this should bj allowed to continue. ? There is an impression that if an upplu ration vxro laado to tlw Government a turn ?: of money would bo granted to fuuee in tlic ground.-' It is uot so certain, however, that such an application wnuld he grauted j it is ware probtiblo: that if suoh n requ...
EPITOME OF NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 1 February 1868
EHTOiiJi OF NEWS. nMAET Pivcb- Gold-field.— The Xfary. borough 'ChronicloV (Queensland) of the .ISth. Janu'atyy reports as follows from this gold-ileld i«— ' 'From the authentic informa* tion,: received at a lato hour yesterday even* iug, wo are able to gloan . tho following par ticulars respect ing tins gold-field, whu-h may be relied upon as correct, 'lho prospecting claim in iJm bed of the 0:io Mile Orerk wj^ bottomed on Sunday, morning at a depth of aboutHftecu feet, tliruunh 'blue clay. The prospect gave three ounces to tho di»hs sixty ounces were obtained on Monday, and sixty* six on-Tuecday by the fortunato prospectors. The gold is totally unliko any other gold that has been found in that .locality, being tho*! roughly water-worn, and proving the existence ! of dceplcuds iu the neighbourhood. Tho ad* i joicing short gullies are all cqunlly rich. Our informant caw six ounces wnshi d from three buckets of stuff in ono of tho claims, end a six-pound specimen, from which tifty-th...
LATE NEWS. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 1 February 1868
? LATE NEWS. (Fuoa Gbsvillc's TbleouajiCoufax?.) SYDNEY. ' I Monday. I Tho Anniversary regatta paiJett.oU witu | succcfs to-duy, which would have been greater ! but for tho inclement weather, tho rain bring 1 continuous and heavy almost all day, Tho j Princo was present, and lunched on board tho I flag-ship tho Sobraon. Tho lSurl ofBelmoro I aud a distinguished company were also pro- I Tho boat races wero upon tho wholo Tory goo'd t tho best being tho eighth, tho yacht handicap, the Noreid taking tbo £100 first prize, Tho champion scullors match was won easily by tho champion, Hiukoy. Thero wero only three entiles for this race, B, Greon being third iu, and a long way bchiud. Tuesday, ' Tho settling of tho Duko'sDay Races took Elaco to-day, and wont otTsatUfactorily. . Mr. lowman gets £70Q iu tho two prizes by his horso Bulgiiubar. Wednesday. His Excellency Sir Georgo Bowen, who is to Icavo Syduey to-morrow for New Zealand, wlmt with o largo party this morning to visit tlio Falls no...
CALENDAR FOR FEBRUARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 1 February 1868
CALENDAR FOR FEIJR t/ARY. i Y } MmOPAtfnA OV THE . ? | j 'rifes. [1812 it. m. n. m. 1 9. Nwlson, N. Z., founded, S 25 7 3 2 S- [Moon's 1st qr,4'20a.m; 5 25 7 2 3 jr. iusa Quarter Sessions C 27 7 1 -i T. 5 28 7 0 ft W.Yase District Court. 5 29 0 60 II Tli. 6 30' 0 68 7 P.' FuUMoon, 7'43a.m. C 31. 6 07 8S,- ? ? ? ? 5 32 a 60 y S.'- Sernuauisu 6 33 0 63 . Ill lit. IturrowaDistrict Court o 31 -1 61 11 T. Publicans* liccne. iceet. R !)*? 0 63 32 W. Young District Court 5 36 G 62 13 Th. 5 37 C 61 11 1'. 3t. Valentine 6 38 0 60 ]fi 8. Moon's 1st qr, 7.21 p.m 6 30 6 49 ; It. 8. ?SBXAGESlHi 5 -10 0 48 17 Jr. 6 41 0 47 1H T. 6 42 0 40 l'J W. 6 43 0 45 £0 '.Mi. HUG 11 I 21 K. , 5 13 0 43! 2i! S. 6 40 0 42 ir;s S. OrsiQpAoc?»ti . C 47 0 41 21 M. Ncwnioon, 0*23 o.tn, 6 47 0 40 25 T. 6 *1S 0 38 2R W. 5 42 0 37 27 Th. 5 5(1' (5 3C «IS 1'- 5 61 6 35 21) S. 5 52 0 31
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 1 February 1868
THE 'MINING RECORD,' WITH waicn 18 KfCOnrOBATBD TUB 'EMU CllEBK MINER,' IS publishod at tho Oflko, off Gcorgo-street, GrenfeU, oarly ovcry Saturday morning. It is the only paper printed in the important and riling district of Emu Crock, baa an ex* tensive and increasing circulation on tbo Emu Oreck Gold-Fields ; at Young, Forbes, Car* war, Cowra, tbo Bland, and other scttlod localities; amongst tbo squatters and sm&H settlers ofthoLachlan and surrounding dis - tricts } and throughout tlu- colony generally. lEEllS StmscniPTiOK.— Six shillings per quarter, paprablo in advancoj or, if posted, botch shillings aud sixpence. Subscribers Trill be received at anytime, and charged from tho period at which they commence. ADVEiittTiatKO. — Advertisements aro charged for at tho following rates :— For tho first inch (or less) of space, 4s. ; for each succeeding inch, Ss. A discount of 33 per cost allowed foe tho accond insertion, and 80 persecution the second and third if for three' inse...
RATES OF POSTAGE TOWN LETTERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 1 February 1868
KATE3 OF. POSTAGE Towh Lettebs, Not exceeding half an ounce.., ...' Id Not exceeding one ounce, but exceeding half atiounco ... ... ... ? 2d For ercry additional half-ounce, or leas Id Coumiiv. Lettkus, . For delivery in' any. part of tho colony at which the letters nro posted :— Not exceeding hulf an ounco... ... ... 2d. Not cxceediug ono ounec, but exceeding . -? half an ounce... ... ... .... ... 4d For ovcry additional half-ounce,' or less 2d Llttebb jo akd rnc« xnE Umted (Except in special cases.) ? . - Via Southampton. Marseilles. V' e. d. '. b. d. Not exceeding ' 1 © i. 0 6 0 10 Exceeding lot., but . ! not exceediug I ox. 1 0 18 ? / Excocdn.g 1 ojs., but not exceeding 2 oz. 2 0 3 4 Every additional oz,, , orfractionofauox. ... 0 . 18 - liBTrrna io Uhiti8ii'Cown*ib8 a»d Foasxoy COUMKIEB. Not execedinp \ or., Od. ; exceeding J oz., but not exceeding 1 oz., Is. ; for every addi tional i oz., or fraction of J oz., Od. ; cs cepfc to. tho irauritiu?, India,. &o., and in spec...
POST-OFFICE TIME-TABLE. ARRIVAL AND DISPATCH OF MAILS ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 1 February 1868
rOST-OFFIOE TIME-TABLE. ' ARUV\ AL ANI) DISPATCH OF MAILS AKGirALS. I-rom Srdner. — Monday, Wcdncedny, and .Friday, m 7 30 p.m. From Forbes and Sjrilucjr. — Monday and inur/day at 9 iuu. From ioting nml Sydnoy.— Tcesday: and Friday at U a.m. 1m Srdncv.—Tuejdoy, Thursday, and Sun day. at 4 a.m. ? lo Forbes.— Tuesdoy and Friday at- 9 a.m. : io \oung. — Monday and Thursday, ut 0 N.l-. — OIUcc hours from 0 a.m. Io 0 p.m., and from 2 to 0 p.m. On Sundays, from 10 a.m. tilt llft.ro. ; Honey Orders issued from 0 a.m. to 0 p.m. Sundny* oxccptcd. - ; ? ? ? . ? - - Each limit closes hulf-an-hour beforo the advertised tirno of de'sputch— excflpt'tlmt of Sydney, which oloscs at 10 o'clock the uight
THE HOSPITAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 1 February 1868
===———= ? I THE HOSPITAL. . ! A meeting of tho Committeowas held at Messrs. Moses Bros*, store, ou Mouday oven* inc lost. Present t — Treasurer, Secretary, Messrs. Wulker, (chairman,) Hansen, Campbell, Gu* lonski, Uruhim, Bedell. Tho uiinutes ol (ho annual meeting, wcro read und confirmed. A letter of resignation, ns member of tho Committee of Management, from Mr. W. J* Watson, wns read and rcccited Proposed and seeouded, thut tho Sreretary shall havo tho power to purchase book*, sta tionary, stomp#, «tc., for tho uio of tho Hos* pitnl. Carried. Proposal! and seconded, that no fermented or spirituous liquors ho ordered far tho Hos pital until tho arrival of Dr. Byers. Proposed and sccomfod, that tenders should bo udvorlisud for tho supply of beef, und mutton per lb., mid groceries, till the cud of tho present year. Proposed and seeouded, that tho secretary should advertise, that tho coinniittco intend conruMiug tho tomt mid district for sub. seriptious in aid of tho Grcufell Publio ...