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GRENFELL MINING REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 1 February 1868

GRENFELL MINING ltEPORT. A summary of tho mining news of tho week may bo Grietly rendered ns— a'cintinu. awe of puyablo and rich returns frirn tho stono crushed, and incotirso of crushing at (he various machines j (ho ro-orcup'afion of a great number of uliuvial claims' ot the beveu Milo and on tho leads near GrenfeU, consequent on a renewed supply ofwatcrj thuMary Hirer gold.flelilj j and last, though not least, perhaps, another coiu'Mjrablo rain fall yesterday afternoon, which added u few moro inches of water to our already fairly supplied reservoirs, Tho Brundah Company finished a crus'iing of 230 tons from tho prospecting claim O'Brietis on Friday or Saturday lost, tho return being 078 oxs. 15 dwts of retorted gold, nnd about 20'ozsmoro wns uftcrwards ob tained from tho black sand. They are now crushing 250 tons for tho Britannia prospcetorj, and had got through about 1-iO tons ycstcrJoy afternoon, when 352 ozs. of amalgam had been taken off tho tables ulone. Tbo shareholders (l...

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GRENFELL POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, JANUARY 2, 1868. (Before the Police Magistrate.) ILLEGALLY RIDING A HOUSE. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 1 February 1868

GRENFELL POLICE COURT. TcKStAV, Jaxoauv 2, 18(18. . (Before (he Polico Magistrate.) William Dows wus charged with illegally riding a hnrsc, tho properly of Mr. Bolund, of tins Bald Hills. Prisoner pleaded not guilty; ho said tho. moro ho wus riding ho had purchased. 8ub*inspector Sanderson deposed that on' Friday, the 24th ultimo, lie unit prisouer in . ucorgo-stretT, urenieti, riaing a cay mnre, branded B4 near shoulder. - Wituess stopped him, and asked who tho mare belonged to; to which ho replied that it was his' owu-.- / Witness (hen ordered him to dismount, uud charged him with iJh'g.ilJy riding tho uiuro.. O11 further qucsliouiug prisoner, he said he bought tho animal from a man unmcd Thomas llievley, about four weeks ago, at u yard near the Springs, und tbut ho had tha rccciptinu pocbet'booje in the hut where he lired. That a- man numed Chippendale, of the One Mile, was present ^nt the sale, al though he did not witness 'tho receipt ; and that Rievley, he believed, laid since...

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LOCAL NEWS. ANNIVERSARY RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 1 February 1868

LOCAL NEWS. AJtSlVKBSAKT ilAOBS.,-; ' Tho 'Burrangong Home' Hotel Rnecs came off, according to announcement, ou the course oppositethat well-known hostelry on Stoiiday last. Thoro was a'good attendance, plenty of horses, , and no scarcity of the' 'circulating medium. No accidcntis occurrod ' daring the day, and the different events wero well con The following aro the defails of tho rac ing:—.. ? ' ' ... . First H-.tcc. — The* Burrangong Plate of t» bovs, fur ull horses ;1» miles 1 weight for ago; secoud horse to receive his cutrauco Mr. O'Mcally's g g Bachelor, peed, Oit Olbs ... ... ... ... ... I Mr, Casey'a b g Mickey Free, aged, Oit Mr. White's bg Boy Blue, aged,- Ost Olbs... 3 Second Race. — The Publicans1 Purse of t- sovs, fur ull bucks, to be approved of by thu stewards; twice rouud the course; ou» Mr. West's h g J^rry, aged, Ost Olbs .., I Mr. Casey's b g Pelhftui, 5yrs, 8st 121bs... 2 Mr. Miller's br g Hotspur, aged, list fits - 3 Mr. White's b g Humbug,- aged, Ost Oib*. Mr....

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FRIDAY, JAN. 31. (Before the Police Magistrate). ASSAULT. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 1 February 1868

1'aiDAY, JAX.'ai. (Before tlio Polico Magistrate). Edwurd.McNamco (othorwlno 11 Nod Mao') v was charged with assaulting William Smith at tho Whiti) Horso hotel, ou. tho 29ih ultimo. It appeared that complainant was'nt tho - Whito Horse about G o'clock ou Monday evening, -when defendant camo in and suid to him, ..'what's this you'vo been«sayiug about me— that I rob pcoplo to keep a ?woman?' or words to that cll'ect. Compluiu. ant denied having euid so, hut this failed to t atW/ defendant, who called upou Smith to . ' shape,' seized him by tho shirt, and struok him thrco 5r four times in tho face. Ac cording to tho testimony, complainant put up his lunds, but whether for tho purpose nf ' sparring' or merely to ward oir defendant's blows was doubtful. At any rato complainant soon cried, ' I'll give you best for tho present, as you aro a bit of a fighting 'mou j' alter which defendant left him. Complainant would not swear ho did not coll defendant a liar beforo he wns struck, but was un...

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THURSDAY, JAN. 30. (Before the Police Magistrate.) INDECENT EXPOSURE. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 1 February 1868

Tuoaatuv,. Jan. 30. ?; (Beforo tho Polico Mngi»trate.) . . indkcunt rxroatmc. Andrew Newuham was charged with cx* posing his person i-loio to tho' establishment of Mr. Vidlou, CoillVur,. Geor^o street. . Tho caso was withdrawn on defendant making au apology to Valiou.

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CORRESPONDENCE. [We do not necessarily endorse the opinions expressed by our correspondents.] A "PAUL PRY"ING NUISANCE. (TO THE EDITOR OF THE MINING RECORD.) [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 1 February 1868

CORRESPONDENCE. [Wo do not necessarily endorse tho opin* -o»0 expressed by our correspondents.] A 'PAUI. rRY'-ING NDI3ANCE. ? Sib,— Thoreis a certain individual in n cor t aiu township, who, on prctenceof being the correspondent of eoino imaginary newspaper, has tho iinpudenco to poke his nose every* where, and to interfere with everyone's busi' ncss. I am ono of thoso who aro porpeiuoUy pestered by him. ? No arnount of snubbing has any efTcet oh him, as he evidently docsn t kno*v what it is to be - insulted. Ho can only bo got rid of by a kicking, and ho is too insignificant for that.' no intruded himself in my company afcr nfyhts ago nbcnlnas speaking to two geatlomen in the street, and followed us wherever wo moved to, even though told openly ho was not wanted. Wo boro with him onlyfromn doubt as to tii a sanity., : If this individual pays no attoution to' the plainest possiblo language, it ib poisiblo he may keep, himself from importincnt interfer* enco with tho business of othe...

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
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THE BURK'S DAY RACES IN SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 1 February 1868

I Till'. HVKK'S DAY RACKS IN SYDNEY. Tlicu races, whicii come oil. on baturu.iy last under tho auspices of Tnttersall'fl Club( j were eminently successful. : The weather was ' flue s there wcrn nt least 30,000 persons pre. ? , tont } tho perfurmauecs nf tho horses, | | although thry stood not in tho rank of first. : clns« Austrulicn horses, were cood } nud, alto gether, thero never was a tnertit-r or more agrccnblo mcctiug of tiny kind whatever iu the colony. Shoitly hefora 1 o'clock his Royal High ness the Duke of Edinburgh drove into tho Fiddling paddock, managing his four greys with the dexterity ofene who hud beeu well practitcd in handling tho ribbons, llis Royul lliglmr-» wns dressed in plain clothes, and uua arrompanicd by Eurl . flelmore, Lord Newry, Lord Bert rand Gordon, the lion. Eliot Yuikc, and other gontlemen. On making his uppearuucc in the Jockey Club Stand, tho baud struok up tho National Anthem, and the people cheered with much heartiness for serernl moments. After...

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 1 February 1868

.MISCELLANEOUS. M&. 8FUSOXOK, who is not sufllciontly well to proach, has put forth a manifesto in his inogazino called 'The Sword ond Trowel,' in which he says ' I have spent two months pain, but, by the good hand ofGod upon me, I X am now much better, and hopo to resume my homo work very Speedily. I have resolved, for twolro months ot loost, to refuse almost all workaway from home, andlnowcornestly beg friends not to distrcssmo with importuuo requests to preach here, there, ondorcrywhtrc. For years 1 hare preached from eight to ten times a week, besides tho weeklr sir. mon, editing tho magazine, orersccing tho church, superintending tho college, directing tho orphanage, founding now churches, at tending committees, and a thousand other things; but many signs indicate (hero must j be a pause. I am not less willing, but X am 1 far less ablo than I was, to servo tho Church j by preaching.' I Mb. QiErunsa.— Tho Paris correspondent of the Glowworm writes s— ' I wai strolling th...

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
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BLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 1 February 1868

BLAND. (From our own Correspondent.) - AKijniui.E HcuntCASf.— Wo had aterrifij otonu on. Thursday Ie»f, cccomp.imed by thunder, lighluing, und hail, nud u trcmen* dous rcinfull. Tbo clouds begun to muster nbout noon, and before ail I: our had elapsed tho jocund day had assumed tho gloomy sables of night. Tho muttcrings of tho dis tant thundera- increaaud in quick succession) auu rolled uoarer aud nearer, to break at last iu tcrriblo peals, in the midst of tho Bland forest. Hailstones— one or two of which I weighed, and fouud upwards of two ounces, aud none I nm buro were under half-uu-uuuco —were driven before (he fierce storm, and poured their destructive shower for ucarly twiuty minutes, smashing the shingles of tho housis, killing not a few silly and unprotected lambj, and forcing the shepherds to fly for shelter beneath logs or iato lnllow trees* The sceno while tho storm lasted was' hor ribly beuuiifu).' It is impossible to forget the ominous growl of tho hurrisuno as, n tt» di...

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THE STORY-TELLER. THE STORY OF ROSSCREAGH HOUSE. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 1 February 1868

THE STORY-TELLUR. THESTORY OB ROSSOREAGH HOUSE. MiXY years ago when I was a young man, 1 had occasion to travel on business of im portance in tho north of Ireland. Arrived at Newry in tho evening, I received tho pleasant intelligence that no ' kyar' could bo had to ? take mo on that night to my destination, a Tillage some eight or ten miles— irisn mucs ' —beyond Rosstrovcr, the next attempt at a towu. * 41 Sure couldn't yer honor stop where I was for tlie night? Tho beds wero I illigant, and divil n bit o' good was to be dooo 1 out Ihe night. It was goiu' to raiii and enow, maybe, and the road undher the tnoun tain, along by the say, was a wild pluce intirely, hardly a house anywhere along it, an*' in a lower tone, ' tbim most partly haunted,' Rut my business brooked no delay, and I p»rsisted in my inquiries, till Ifouud tlmt if! (hoie to leave my valise to bo sent after me in the morning, J could Iiito a 'horse-baste. 4 Just give tho bssto his head,' were the part ing words of the ...

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
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FORBES. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 1 February 1868

FORBES. [rnoii oim own cop.bespondeht.] . Air. d. i'. \\ Uliams, tbo poundkeeper, has filed his schedule, the liabilities being hcavyt and the assets very inconsiderable. . - It is sup posed that tho change in hie affairs will ocea sion a chauge in (ho pbundkecpership. . The quarrel, between Mr. Farrand, tho Police Magistrate, and Mr. Parker, the C.P.S.i has ureuted a good deal of scandal in tho town. It is understood that Mr. Parker ha3 goue to Sydney on husiucss in cunuectiou with this matter. A slight rush took place to Thompson'e Lead last week, ,in consequence of a reported new discovery, ? but the report appears to have been a hoax, aud tho . place wus aban doned almost as soon as rushed. At the Police Court,, on. tho 23rd ultimo, William Norton was charged with stealing a brown bay borso, branded'GS and MG nenr shoulder, und GS off shoulder, tho property of Jaiucs 'Hewitt, a mirier' rending at the Seven-Mile, GrenfeU 1— Hewitt deposed that he lost tho horse about two mouths u...

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 1 February 1868

SEVEN-MILE RUSH, PYKE'3 COAOHES leave the OLD ROYAL GEORGE HOTEL, Gronfolli CTerr dav at 8 o'clock a.to. and 2 p.m. ; re turning from the Rush at half.past 10 a.m. and half-past 4 p.m. Faro ? ? 2s. fid. each way. Return Tickct.; ? 4s. Saddle-Horses and Dog-Cart on biro. I C. BIRNE, TAILOR AND DRAPER, Lower George-street, T) ESPECrFULLY notifies to his customers Jib and tho publio gonerally, that ho Lai just rcccircd from Mclbourno and Sydney a choice stock of Tweeds and othor material suitablo for Summer Clothing, to which lie invites inspection. Gontlomcn favouring tho advertiser with their ordors aro guaranteed well-fitting Olotbing of ihe most fashioahblo make, tho greatest possiblo dispatch, and tnodorato charges. London and Paris Fashions roceived every month Cheap Daily Papers. THREE FOR SIXPENCE. FW. BARBER begs to inform his cus ? tomers, aud tho publio generally, that 'be has made arrangements for tho regular supply of tbo 'DAILY EMPIRE,' and is now prepared to deliver Tiin...

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BRISBANE. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 1 February 1868

BRISBANE.   The first escort from the Gympie Creek   diggings to Maryborough brought down 6000 ozs.

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 8 February 1868

MOSES BROTHERS' REASON' WHY. THE REASOJT WHY tho Dirocrs all bur their Tobacco of MOSES BUOTJIEIW is, Bccuuso they sell tho best Barrett's Twist for Gs. per lb, THE reason why tho Diggers all buy their Chewing Tobacco from Moses Brothers, 1 is, Because they sell tho best nonoy-Dew for chowing ot 5s. per lb. ? ? . ? 11HE reason why tho Diggers all buy their Gold-Leaf 'Tobacco from Hoses Brothers, is, Becauro they sell tho primcst Gold-Leaf ot Is 3d per plug. ? ; THE reason why tho Diggers buy their ? large Ping of Virginia Leaf from Hoses Brothers, is, Bccanso they sell first choico pickcd Leaf at Is 8d por plug. THE reason why every ono buys their Wax Vestas from Hoses Brothers, is, Because tbey sell 4 tin boxes of 250's for Is, or 12 plaid boxes for Is. : rjIHE reason why., all thoso who aro unwell X patroniso ' Hoses Brothers, is, Becauso (hey sell HollowuyV Pills nnd Ointment for Is 3d per box, nnd Perry Davis' Pain-Kilter Is Gd per bottle. THE reason why thoso who aro furnishing...

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MISCELLANEOUS. A HORSE-FLESH BANQUET. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 8 February 1868

MISCELLANEOUS. A HORSE-FLESH BANQUET. Mr. W. Forsyth being in Paris a faw days ago, nnd desirious of tnsting horseflesh, was invited with M. ChniUu and another friend to dino with M. Becroix, ono of tho chief veterinary surgeons to tho Gardo do Paris, Every dish consisted of horseflesh. ' Wo began,' ho says, ' with consomme do cheval, a very good soup, and tbon had bouiili sau- | elision, a kind of rnoont, nnil ro\i, all of 1 horse from beginning to end.' The only dish that was not exclusively so was ono of pom ines do terrc, but theso had horso-oil poured over them, so that everything was cn suito. The result wob that wo all pronounced tho repast excellent. I bogan with a decided feclinc of prejudice and repugnanco, but it was impossible to resist tho fact that the food wns ns palatablo and goad as nnyono conld wish to cat. I do not believe that it could havo been distinguished in taste from excellent beef, and if wo had not known what wo were eating,' wo should, in psrfeot innocen...

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 8 February 1868

NOTICE. niUE INHABITANTS OF GRENFELL J. nre respectfully informed that 1 have this ttar. riirpoteil, of the Goodwill of tho ' EUUOnERK MINER' Newspaper, to the Proprietor of the 'Mining Rrcord,' with which paper it will for the futuro be incorpo rated. JOIlN B. STORMER. 2Rtb December, 1807.

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
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THE STORY-TELLER. ROSSGREAGH HOUSE. [CONTINUED FROM OUR LAST.] [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 8 February 1868

THE STORY-TELLER. - ROSSCREAGH1 HOUSE. rCOSTIJ!CEP FBOIT OUB IAST.1 'Shcgaroo sort o' gasp. 'Hush I' soys he, takin' her by tho wrist, on' without ono. thcr word they walks out together, an1' I . hooril him take hrr into his dhreasing-room mid shut tho door, and turn tho key.; Tho married Indies looked, ah*' nodded,' on' whis jwred'-among themselres, ? an' wan or two.bf. them care tho majthor joy, an* then the car* ringes was crlled, an' tho party, broko up. An, next day all the visitors staying in tbo houso went nway too.' 1 ; V ' ? ?-; V 'jfrnm that* day : n~'chdBgo; como' over the poor thing that - niter ', cleared ? away. She . seemed . cowod-like, nil '??' the . sper rit takenv. out^' of .her j-shohardly ovor went out, on'- ^-niver^ was-, allowed to sthir over tho threshold her lone.' Dy degrees —I ean't tcll how or when 'or whero it first got wind— there camo a , whisper., that sho : wan't nlthegither right in her hoad, that thero ?was madness in tho'family, nnd that sho was I...

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ARRIVAL OF THE ENGLISH MAIL VIA PANAMA. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 8 February 1868

ARBIYALOF THE EHGLISH MAIL VIA PANAMA. The P.N.Z., A.R.M. Co's steamer Ruahine Captain Beal, arrived in Port Jackson yester day evening at 7 o'clock. Her dates are— ' Europe December, 15 ; America, December 16 j Panama, December 26 ; and Wellington, J&nuarv 26. (From the Panama ' Star and Herald.) London, Dec. 10, 1867. The Times, in an editorial on tho corrctpon* denco with the United States Government in .. regard to the controversy about tho Alabama claims, says t— 'Lord Stanloy is right in re filling to permit tho foreign policy ofEngland to be reviewed by any foreign Power what* ever. On all other points England will gladly meet the United Slates half-way, as she id thoroughly tired of tho discuiiion.' Lord Stanley, in a despatch, dated the 16th of November, to Mr. Ford, Charge d' AlTuircs at Washington, says that England will never consent to submit to the arbitration of a foreign Power claims involving her right to recogniso belligerents. The right, he intitlt, is pur...

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SELECT POETRY. THE FARMER FEEDETH ALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 8 February 1868

SBLliCT POETRY. THE FARMER FEEDETH ALL. lord rides through his palacc.gatc, : Mr Ia.tr weeps along in stato, Tho Mgo thinks long on many o thing, And tho maiden muses on marrying j 'J'lie minstrel horpeth merrily, The sailor ploughs tha foaming sen, ? The huntsman killetli tho good red deer, Aud tho soldier wars withoutcn fearj But full to each whnto'er bofall, - Tho furmcr ho -must feed thora aU. Smith haromercth cherryrcd the sword, Priest preachcth pure thoHoIy word, ? DairaAIica uorkcth 'broiderf woll, Clerk Richard , tales of lovo'can tell, The tap-wifo sells her foaming beer, D»n Fisher flshest in tho mere,. And couriicrs rufllo, strut, nnd shine, While pics bring tho Gascon who { But fall to each whato'cr befall, The farmer ho must feed them all. Man builds his castles fair and high, 'Whorevcrtho river runneth by, Great cities riso in every land, Great chuTchesshow ,th« builder's hwd, ; Great arches, monuments, und towers, Fair palaces and pleasing bowers j Great work is done...

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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EPITOME OF NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 8 February 1868

EPITOME OF i\EWS. I GoLD-FisLDa' Statistics. — During the year ending' 31st December, 1867, iho quantities of gold received by escort at the Sydnoy Mint from the various gold.flelds throughout the colony were as follows ' Western: Sofala, 20,959-85 oss; Buthurst, 18,591*10 j Hargravcs, 6651-80 1 Tamba roora, 14,300-26 j Mudgee, 1G.366 83 j Orange 3142 72; Stoney Creek, 6511-74} Forbes, 774644; Grenfell, 42,08155; total Western, 134, 448-32 oxs— valbe, £521.003 111, 2d. Southern : Goulb'urn, 1621*82 j Braidwood* 20,422 73 j Araluen, 6767*24; Adeiong 10,731-63; Tumut 503-76; Tambaroora, 1754*13 ; Yais, 42-67 ; Burrangong, 15,249*41; Cooma, 2293*49 ; Kiandra, 26,69 92 ; Gunda gai, 6884-37 ; total Southern. 63.91107 ozs : ! value, £267,858 5 GJ. Northern: Armidale, 48,3581; Rocky River, 4274*12; Nundlei 4762-82 ; Tamworth, 5100 46 ; Scone, 352 69; total Nothern, 19,325'00 ; value, £73,975 18s. lid. ; making a grand total of 222,715*29 ozs, valued at £803,797 17s. 7d. Thoreturns for tho ...

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