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Latest War News. London, Friday, June 22. [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 30 June 1877
Latest War lews. [fhom thr nRmLn's tkl'Oiiams] Lo don, Friday, June 22. Th« Russian preparations for the siege ,;of ICars hilving Ween completed, eight of the batteries have commenced bombarding the position, and the engagement is now being carried on wit h great vigour. The left wing of the Russian army are march ing victoriously towards Knpriski, and the Turks are in quick retreiat on Delibata, wliero they expect to be reinforced. Another engage ment. is imminent. The Russians came in great force Upon the Turks as they retreated on Delibata, in Armenia' and a great and sanguinary battle ensued. Tho Russian troops fought with desperate valour and routed the enemy with great slaughter. The Turks left 1000 dead upon the tie d, - xclusive of wounded and 430 prisoners. The Turks are now in quick re'reat on Erz°romn, and the Russians in full pur-uit. The first telegram from the Agent-General concerning the war, was received late yesterday by the Government, and handed us for publica tio...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 30 June 1877
AUSTRALIAN' JOINT STOCK BANK. GRENFELL BRANCH. CURRENT Accounts opened. Interest allowed, on fixed deposits. Drafts' issued on the chief towns in ; the Australian Colonies, and England, Ireland, and Scotland. Advances made, bills discounted, and all ; usual banking business transacted. ' ?' ::: i, . . J. J. ANDERSON, ? ? Manager, -a GEE AT EASTERN HoTEI., » : George-street, Gteufell.' . , , 1 GEOME STOKES. GOOD ACCOMMODATION' FOB [ t 1 L TRAVELLERS. , - ? Good and secure Yards for Teamsters, with plenty of water, free of charge. Booking Office for J. Still's Royal Mail Coaches, Grenfell to Forbes (Wednesdays and . Saturdays) ; also for Joyce's Royal Mail Coaches Grenfell and. 'Young (Mondays and Thursdays). Good Stabling, toifh. plenty of . ? fodder. - ? ? TATTERSALL'S TURF ? \ HOTEL. , „ , ' GEORGE-STREET, GRENFELL. ! ' ' ?' V ? ??. r-:t '? JOHN L. M'lVER' BEGS to inform his friends and tlie publiothat; having purchased Tattersall's Turf Hotel, ; formerly in; the occupation of Mr. ...
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 30 June 1877
Wednesday next will be the one hundred and first birthday of Australia's elder sister, the United States of America, a day, like our own anniversary, much observed by ' Americans at home or abroad. Public din ... ners, delivery of addresses, chanting of songs, booming of cannon, the discharge of fire works, and every other kind of rejoicing, will be heard throughout the broad area of the Union in celebration of its independence now upwards of a century ago. It was upon the 2nd of July, 1776, that the young Ame rican Congress, consisting altogether of fifty members, and assembled in Independence Hall, at Philadelphia, resolved, ' That these united colonies are, and of right ought to be, free and independent States ; that they are absolved trora ail allegiance to the British Crown, and that all political connection be tween them and the State of Great Britain ; is, and ought to be, totally dissolved.' The promulgation or declaration of the independ ence thus asserted was made upon the...
SUMPTUARY' ECHOES. [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 7 July 1877
. SUMPTUARY ' ECHOES. 1 What will tailors do to frock coats, if Fashion wears a cutaway 1 — Cut away. . Where will hatters go to, if fashion dis cards the cbiraney-pot ! — Pot ? ? / What will the ladies do if Fashion con tinues tightening the bust ? Bust 1 What is the only thing left for La Mode to do, if she is determined to outstrip herself ? Strip herself ! One to the cloth. — Irate Editor : ' Ex ; an a . AUK nanaf flhnnlH tlA Jin finthn rity on Church matters. Wev'e got a dean on our staff.' — Clergymen : ' Ah, but what you want is a bishop.' — Editor : ' Why, sir ?' — Clergymen : '? Because your state ments continually need confirmation.' What popular cry fully desoribes an inci pient moustache — ' Down, in front.' An organ being some time ago introduced to a parish church in the North of Scotland some of the members took offence and left. One of these soon after met another member and inquired ' hoo the organ was gettin' on.', ' Oh, fine,' was the answer ; ' just blawin awa' t...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 7 July 1877
Mutual Life Association . of Australasia. ! (Established 1869) (Incorporated by Act of Parliament.) Principal Ofiice — 247, George-street, Sydney. Directors : The Hon. S. D. Gordon, M.L.C., Chairman. The Hon. G. W. Allen, M.L.A., Deputy-cli'man H. G. Alleyne, Esq., M.D., S. Dickinson, Esq. , J. Davies, Esq., M.L.A., M. B. Pell, Esq., B.A. 3000 Policies in Force for ... £950,000 Annual Premium Income ... 32,000 Total Claims Paid .. . ... ... 23,000 Invested Funds upwards of ... 60,000 The First Office in these Colonies to free . life assurance from harassing restrictions. Agent at Grenfell. — A. H. PELLTAT, from whom all information can obtained. By order of tho Board, J. C. REMINGTON, Secretary. AUSTRALIAN MUTUAL FIRE SOCIETY. Capital £100,000, with power to increase to £1,000,000. BONUSES 20 per cent, each for 2nd, 3rd, and 4th years. Directors — Hon. John Sutherland, Esq., M.P., Chairman. H. F. Josephson, Esq. Wm. Day, Esq. John Wetherill, Esq. Wm. Hezlet, Esq. The Only Mutual Fir...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 7 July 1877
Pastoral, Agricultural ' AND ' . Horticultural ASSOCIATION, -EXHIBITION, 1877 List of Prizes to be given by the above Asso ciation at its Exhibition to be held on the Show Ground at Grenfell, on THURSDAY, 6th SEPTEMBER. , , Pkesidknt— J B WOOD, Esq / , VlCR PBKsiDBNTS— , F F. GIBSON, Esq | R. HALLS. Es« Hon. lEkAstTBEE— J .T ANDERSON, &8Q 7 Hon JointSeouktieies— . E. P. AGNKW. | J. 1 . WATJGH. .ACDirOBB— . B* M Vaughn | j q wood Mama,' OoMMiTrEE— MesBrB. T. HP AXEMAN W. 8. POTTS D PYNE W R WATT, jun. J DEN P J.RICH B. M. VAUGHN P-DAVOBEN. J. Q WOOD W F PARKER J. NEWMAN JAS NEWMAN F. ALLEN . P. WALSH 0. JIN GREY V B.HILL A HAMBLY , W:B HOWARTH F. MILLER * G II. FL'ANNhRY J. NO WLAN . Dr. RYLEY REGULATIONS FOR EXHIBITORS. 1; The ' name, ' residenoe, and district of the 'exhibitor,' th« ? breed of the animal' intended ;to be exhibited, the pedigree !of the stook so ? far as known, of sheep the time of shearing, of produce as full- particulars as possible, must bo, given to the;...
BE CAREFUL WHAT YOU SAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 7 July 1877
BE CAREFUL WHAT; YOU SAY, I . r In speaking of another's fault*, : Pray don't forget your own ; Remember, those with homes of glass ' Should never throw a stoi.e, If we have notbing else to do But. talk of those who sin, 'Tis better wo commence at home, And from that point bogin. We have no right to judge a man Until he's fairly tried ; Should we not like bis company Wo know the .world is wide. Some may have faults— and who has not ? The old as well as young; Perhaps wo may, for aught we know, 'tavo fifty to their one I'll tell you of a better plan, And one that works full well j I try my own defects to cure Ere I of other's tell. And though I sometimes hope to be No worse than some I know, - M' own shortcomings make me let ?' The faults of others go. .' Then let us all when we commeace , To. slander frioad or foe, Think of the harm one word may do To those who little know v Remember, onrst-s sometimes, like / - Our ohickons, ' roOBt at home Don't speak oi others' faults until We ha...
GRENFELL POST-OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 7 July 1877
GRENFELL POST-OFFICE. I Office liourB (working days) from 9 a-m. to 1 p.m. and from 2 p.m. to 6 p.m. ; on 8un1ays, Christmas any, and Good Friday, the office will open for the daivery of letters only between the hours of 9 a.m. and 10 am. ARRIVAL AND DISPATCH OF MAILS ARRIVALS. From Sydney, Melbourne (seaborn), Cowra Carcoar, Canowindra, Bathurst, Mudgee Guleong.Tambaroora, Hill End and Sofala — Daily (Mondays excepted) at 6 p.m. From Melbourne (overland), Young, Wogga Wagga, Burrowa, Yass, Goulburn, Albury and Deniliquin — on Wednesdays and Sutur ! days, at 10.40 a.m. From Forbes, Parkes (Bushman's), Goolagong, Orange, Wellington, and Dubbo — on Sundays and Wednesdays, at 11.40 a.m. From Morangorell, Temora, (The Rooks), Coora mundra, and the Murrumbidgee— on Mondays and Thursdays at 9 p.m- From Marsdons (the Blond), Wollongough, aud Humbug Creek — on Mondays and Thursdays, at 6 p.m. From Wood's Creek — on Tuesdays, at 11a.m. From Goolagong, via Warraderry Creek and Tinpot Monday, ...
RELIGIOUS NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 7 July 1877
RELIGIOUS NOTICES. - I Clergymen officiating in Grenfell may have ? their appointments gratuitously notified in _ this column, if forwarded to the office by 8 a.m. of the day preceding publication.] Choech of England. The following services will bo conducted (d.v.) in Holy Trnity Church, Grenfell : To-morrow (Sunday). At 11 a. in. ... ... Mr. H. Holliday At 3 p.m.' (Brundah) .. ' Mr. H. Holliday At 7 p.m. ? Mr. H. Holliday Co wra and Back Creek ... Rev. F. S. Wilson
By Electric Telegraph. London, July 4th. [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 7 July 1877
By Electric Telegraph. [Press Teleouam Association.] London, July 4th. The British Mediterranean Squadron has gone to BeBrabay. Unofficial Turkish accounts Btate that the Russian advance guard was- driven back from Bielah, twentyrfive miles eas*, of Sistova, with heavy losses, the Turks retiring upon Rustchuck. The Russian cavalry -have reached Tinora. The Russians are flying to the south of Kara. Russian official despatch states that the Turks have been strongly re-inforced from Batoum. The Russians have been obliged to take shel ter. The Turkish position at Kars has been al most retrieved by the Russian retreat. The Brindisi portion of the Australian mails have been delivered. President M'Mahon has issued a general pro clamation to the French army; relying upon thorn to defend the dearest interests of their country.
Our English Letter. London, April, 1877. [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 7 July 1877
Our English letter. London, April, 1877. To begin with Royalty. The Queen lett Osborne on the 21st instant, held two draw ing-room8 in London, and attended a review at Aldershot. She i» now at Windsor, and to the surprise of roost people, considering ? the present critical state of affairs, is deter mined to go shortly to Scotland.. Ministers will, therefore, haver to make up their minds to not a few long and tedious journeys north. . The Duchess of Edinburgh is daily expected in England, and will stay for a short time ?with the Queen, at Windsor, after which she will proceed to Russia. It is hoped that she will be more popular in English society, now that she is better understood, than, when her chilling manner first alienated many mem bers of the Court. Much anxiety has been felt about the health of the Prince of Wales, on account of the wound caused by the abscess having a tendency to snppuration. His Highness is about taking a cruise in the Sultan vcith the Duke of Edinburgh, af...
(To the Editor of the Grenfell Record.) [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 7 July 1877
(To the Editor of the Crenfell Becord.) Sir, — It is certain that the two gardeners who have written to the Record do not know the value the animals about which they complain of are to a p -or man with a family of children. They are evidently both strangers to tho richness of the milk the g.iat vields, and the delicious ness of the flesh of the kid, the food, we read, that Isaac of old loved so much. I admit that a nice garden is a pleasure to see, but in my humble opinion the keeping of a few goats is more desirable, and much more profitable, than the growing of flowers. Rut every man to his + 00 + 0 1 ? 1. 11. -' wioijc — tov, iiiicii, tiio guiumitita uiuii uj tneir fencing, and ' have proper fastening to their gates, which very few have, notwithstanding ' A Gardener's ' assertion to the contrary, and there will then be no fear of goats troubling them. Wishing them evprv success at the coming Show, whnro perhaps tliey may even there see some of their enemies, 1 am. sir. yours, &am...
Local Intelligence. PUBLIC MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 7 July 1877
Local Intelligence. PUBLIC MEETING. The adjourned public meeting, for the ap pointment of a Vigilant Committee, was held in the Oddfellows' Hall, on Monday evening. There was a very large attend ance. Mr. Pyne, J.P., having been voted into the chair, thanked the meeting, and expressed the hope that they would, one and all, do the best they could for the district, by putting aside all animosities, and elect the best men. The Chairman then invited those present who wished to address the meeting to do so. Mr. Fleming said, in consequehce of the place where the last meeting was held being considered too small, he moved the adjourn ment of it, and he would like to know if there was any room in Rich's Hotel capable of holding the number then ] 'resent ? He wonld nominate the following names for the proposed committee, leaving it for any gentle men to move other resolutions they thought fit:— Messrs. Pyne, Watt, Fleming, Cot tome, Campbell, Easton, Purss, R. M'lver, C. J. Ingrey, Lewis, D....
THE CHAMPION BOAT-RA[?] [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 7 July 1877
I THE CHAMPION BOAT-RA 'IF. I 1 he long talked of contest in wager boats for £400 a side, and the Championship of the World, over the champion course, from Charity Point, a little above Ryde, to The Brothers rocks, just I elow Gladesville — a distance of about three and a half miles — took place on Saturday afternoon, and resulted in an easy victory for Edward Trickett over his opponent, Michael Rush, It is not too much to say that this contest has ex mora infAPAaf. Knfh Tiara nhd in fVia nninli. i colcnies, than any event ever happening in the sporting world of Australia. Tho fact that Trickett, who had won, twelve months ago from the English oarsnun Sadler, the proud title of champion sculler of tho world, w s called upon to contest the honour with one who was known to bo an almost unrivalled puller, and. who had some three years ago defeated Trickett with ease, was sufficient in itself to invest the race with more than ordinary interest. The odds in favour of Trickett varied, frn...
SYDNEY Thursday, July 5, [Newspaper Article] — The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser — 7 July 1877
SYDNEY Thursday, J uly 5, The Premier made a statement this evening regarding tho conduct of the remaining Govern ment business, and said that in consequence of the lengthened stage of the session, the Govern ment had Jeeided to make this the last session of tho present Parliament, That an Electoral Bill would be at once introduced and proceeded' with, also Bills dealing with water supply, Muni cipalities, and Education. Friday Evemng. An excited and disorderly debate followed the Premier's statement yesternight, lasting until midnight, the Opposition taunting the Govern ment with recanting from their original pro gramme. It is expected that the session will last till December. It is intended only to introduce the Education Bill for the consideration of the country during tho recess. Tho Electoral Bill will positively be tabled to night. Mr. Pretious, a olerk in the Crown Lands Department, has been suspended, in conse quence of cortain irregularities. Severe shocks of earthquake hav...