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OURSELVES. [Newspaper Article] — The Temora Telegraph and Mining Advocate — 29 July 1880

OURSELVES. £ lNin|roducing a newspaper to public notice Iritis Hbcessary to set forth, in its first issue li'tlie olgect and intentions of the proprietors. m£t$annot but be admitted that the matter , ?VtefiV . .A _ i ^ forth m our snort prospectus, viz., I' tWt ' the districts of which Temora is the ' '? ' fiu/iire-jhave- xapi dly attained to population -. :? * anddeyeloped in resources, and the inte- , ' zests connected with them require an j p. ' exponent of public opinion, whioh it is If^proppged to supply by the establishment *^of JThe Temoba Telegraph: These dis Eire not yet far advancnd in Mining ry ; but, lying in the way of im mining fields, there is no doubt ey will -take a due rank in the in this respect. There, are nume her matters as connected with the al and moral development of these is which come within the province a' Journal. Roads, Railways, Post ~**1dffices, Telegraphs, Administration of , ^Justice, and Education may be mentioned T?Asibeing a few of them ; and our...

Publication Title: Temora Telegraph And Mining Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Temora Telegraph and Mining Advocate — 29 July 1880

THE INTERCOLONIAL Life and Fire Association, Limited. Head Offices : — 263 (late 247), GEORGE-STREET (formerly the Mercantile Bank.) i' Capital : £100,000, in 100,000 shares of One Pound each. Subscribed, £50,949. . DIRECTORS : P. A Jennings, Esq., President. Mr. Alderman John Young, J p., Vice-President. T. M. Slattery, Esq., J.P. J P Higgins, Esq , J.P. T.J. Chapman, Esq., J. P. | E. J. Rubie, Esq. T. R. Smith, Esq., M.P. LIFE DEPARTMENT. — No entrance or medical fees or other expenses. FIRE DEPARTMENT. — Fire risks are taken on all classes of insurable property. PREMIUMS ON BOTH FIRE AND LIFE AS LOW AS ANT office in the colony. LIFE AND FIRE POLICY-HOLDERS partici pate in the profits. JAMES S. BRAY, Secretary. The Temora Telepraph AND MINING ADVOCATE. The districts of which Temora is the centre have rapidly attained to population and developed fn re sources, and the interests connected with them re quire an exponent of public opinion, which it is proposed to supply by the establi...

Publication Title: Temora Telegraph And Mining Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TALES OF THE GOLDFIELDS. EDWARD HARGRAVES, THE FIRST AUSTRALIAN DIGGER. [Newspaper Article] — The Temora Telegraph and Mining Advocate — 29 July 1880

TALES OF THE GOLDFIELDS. By George Sutherland, M. A, and published by George Robertson, Sydney, Meluourue and Brisbane. EDWARD HARGKAVES, THE FIRST ADSTBALIAN DIGGER. Ttt-p. A n 3t.ri|)i an colonies have experienced, during their short history, many remark able seasons of commercial depression and universal misfortune. Hard times, indeed. seem to recur at stated intervals with the utmost regularity. But no period of their existence has ever proved so disastrous as the years from 1844 to 1848. Hot winds and floods destroyed the crops and ruined the farmers, while the drought in the inte rior of New South Wales killed the sheep by thousands, and almost annihilated the pros perity of the pastoral colonists. Among the most unfortunate of. these squatters was Edward Hargraves. Already a colonist of nearly twenty years' standing, he had fairly expected, after so many years of self-denial and toil, to fincf himself in a position of comfort, if not of affluence. But his dreams of prosperity...

Publication Title: Temora Telegraph And Mining Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
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