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THE TEMORA GAZETTEER MINING DEPARTMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Temora Herald and Mining Journal — 2 March 1883

THE TEMORA GAZETTEER. Umw DerABXMBiX. | Warden: James Baker Warden's Clerk : R. Zouca Mining Registrar : T. Love Mining Surveyor : Bailiff of Warden's Court :J. Davoren Pouoa Dxpabxusst. Polio* Magistrate : Jamee Baker olerk of Petty Sessions ; B. Zouch Acting Sub-uispector Senior-constable and 3 troopers Senior-oonstable Oliver ana 7 cons tablee. Ooubt of Requests. Registrar: R. Zouch Bauiff : J. Davoren Post as» Tbleoeapb D»ma«i. Postmaster: W. Westherell AaaMaat : 3. Foley Operator J. H. Plunkett Tnoaa. Dibtmct Coxmx. Judge: His Honor D. Forbee. Registrar : B. Zouch. Bailiff: J, Davoren. Public Sohooi Teacher.- W. Sirann . Tbko&i Hobfical. Pnmdent: TSo*-Eresidents: OammittM: . Surgeon; Dr. Qtaawford£ Treararer : fiMMh fW9 Iamb or Oddfbllow«, M.U.I.,O.O.F Noble Grand : A. Phillip* Vioe-Grand: J. MoGulloch Swaetaiy: W. LyeU - Xswu^Fjoa Bbioaoc. Oaptaln: fB.'M(ilntyn) PirsU^eatenant: J. Deita'- Seooaii-Iieutenant : J.B,Bigg. Caretaker: BMretaiy : R. Aj^leford. ?Mw»tjaiteops ...

Publication Title: Temora Herald And Mining Journal
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TEMORA POST OFFICE TIME TABLE. [Newspaper Article] — Temora Herald and Mining Journal — 2 March 1883

TKHOHA POST OFUCK TXUB XAULK. I Arrival* front — Sydnay : Sunday, Tuesday, Wednes day, Thursday, Friday Had Satur day, at S.SO p.m ltailgu&rd: Sunday, Tuesdnv, Wed noaday, Thursday, Friday and Baiurany at S.SO p.m. Oootamundra: Punday, Monday, Tura daiy, Wednesday, Thuraday, Fri day and Saturday, at 4.3U p.m. Young : Moudnf, Wednesday and ft-iiay at 6.30 p.m. Bamedman . — Raturday, Monday, and Thuraday, at 4 p.m. Departure* for— Sydney : Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Fri day, at noon Mailgniard Sunday, Monday, Tues day, Wednesday, Thursday, aud Friday, at noon. Oootatnundra : Sunday, Monday, Tues day, Wednesday, Thursday, Fri day and {Saturday, at noon Young i Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday, at 7 a.m. Barmedman .—Sunday, Wednesiay, and Friday, at 8 a.m. Mftile doss half an hour prior to de parture, except direct lounj mail, which oloses at 9 SO p.m. previous night, and Barmedman mail, which closes at 7.30 on the days of departure. Hail Train leaves Sydney...

Publication Title: Temora Herald And Mining Journal
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Temora Herald and Mining Journal — 2 March 1883

/!' i nt/ anil fear n if : Let all Ike t»dt lis* qtw'it at be thy Country'* Thy -Vo7'n, nn-/ 7Vnfi'«. THE TEMORA RET? ALT). FX MA r, MARCH 2.1882.

Publication Title: Temora Herald And Mining Journal
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SERASTOPOL. March 1st, 1883. [Newspaper Article] — Temora Herald and Mining Journal — 2 March 1883

sj WAsroror*. (rnov ODU OWN OORIlSbrONVBKT.) Mnn-h let, 1883. It ia my plonfling- duty to inform you that the Rnnpmne ««xpeotatinna of iiio^t of the practical men who have in»neot«id this jfoldfield have been r«*alieHd. aa i* proved hy the grand i»roapert« lately obtained in the Morn ing Star -Wh reef at a dfpth of 160 feet wherofhe main b.njy of ' liT visible. The ft(»ld was struck while the mnnacer, Mr Carroll, wae sinking a winze, the drilling rhow |:-Mjd -«oarae go!d. The hharoholdorR of the Evening Star ore Mil! eink'ng, and raising Mone of orifthtnt quality -o. 1 6'»ntU is aKo Kinkinp for tlie reef, nnd 1 North tire diivine for it. At tlio Homeward Hound Gille* nud party ate (linking their i»hnfti aud ' the atone heiiig padilt^ ki^i gives overy rign of goiotr an ounce whon tlie btarapers handle it. vhirh will not be long. (1 li^ar Marhlmll is in treaty to put his Nil Jfotperondum nmchino in the vicinity. If ho should so decide it is hoprd he will not he Hftpnciated with any of...

Publication Title: Temora Herald And Mining Journal
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WATER SUPPLY. [Newspaper Article] — Temora Herald and Mining Journal — 2 March 1883

'WATER SUPPLY. The extreme dryness of the extensive 1 plains lying between the Lncblan and Murnunbidfree rivers, and the scanty and uncertain nature of the rainfall on the tract of country referred to, point to the neeesaify of aoma compre hensive scheme for procariotfai. ndn- , qutte iitippty of water, eo as to render j the natoral resources of the country I ?mi'IbMl knd mnlrfl it fit tit fttinnort i population. There is abnsdanoe of | excellent soil fit for agricultural pur poses. and ertensire mineral resources, but the great drawback is tbe uncer tain nature of tbe dimate and the absence of an adequate supply of water. There are three ways of ob taining water. First — conserving the rainfall by means of dams and em bankments ; second — by sinking wells and tapping subterranean reservoirs ; and third— -by bringing it from a dis tant pjace where there is a superabun dant supply. Some enterprising capi- ; t&liats are turning their attention to 1 tbe last-mentioned method, a...

Publication Title: Temora Herald And Mining Journal
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BARMEDMAN. February 28th, 1883. [Newspaper Article] — Temora Herald and Mining Journal — 2 March 1883

BAXMKnMAK. (vttou OfB dm ciaitssrorroKNT,) February S8th, 1 883. Tiik return of loz, lOdwts. pertonfor ?i00 tons, from the Ada Beef, will now be old new* in Temora, but it may not be penerally known that this yield ii larger than from any previous rnikh ibk in tho claim except trials, which have given from 2or.. to 3«e. per ton. If the Ada reefs would only pive lOdwts. per ton. the Barmedman U. n \r rv. t ? ? ? a l ? i*. ,n, n^rmnu aimiu uivu we tine of the grandest properties in the dis trict. The enormous quantity of ston* and the way in which it is brought fo grass are winning cards in the eetima tion of practical men. In thiareepeot ' the company is oonsiderably indebted to the manapeinont and to the energy of tried men. The f«ct that quarts oan be raisnd and crashed at a total expense nf 25s per ton tells ita own tale* This crushing must havA jpren much satisfaction to Mr Phillip Davis, the mining erpert, fot it was miiniy , owing to bis report that tlie property ' , was pnrvha...

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NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Temora Herald and Mining Journal — 2 March 1883

*0 TUX. In order to obtain a sent on the magisterial bench the lircmpHv awali; .(Moot UJr nifluenoe, of course) is the only one required. Fit new for th ? offt.:e is not considered of very tnnnh consequence in many cams This condition of things produces the result that miplit be expected. Of fnnce* BEflinst property, howorar trifling, are visited with the most aettero nenaltios. while OAAOfl nf nfip sonal violence, however flagrant, are rnparded as rouial affairs, and, if pttniidiod at oil, are met with a very light pentiltv. A bloodthirsty woun drel who logics a defenceless person almost to death is punished with a paltry fine, while nn innocent child who steals a scrap of food to satisfy the cravings of hunger is sent to gaol to herd with the vile»t criminal* without the option of a fine. It is almost fit to make one's. hlo(Rl boil with indigna tion to thiuk of these things. The other week, in Victoria, two little boys journeying took ten potatoes out of a large field, cooked and ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Temora Herald and Mining Journal — 2 March 1883

FRESH 0YSTE11S ! ! FUEGH OYfiTRRS 1 1 KBK8H 0Y8TKR5 ! 1 1 Junt rfliiolvod diroot from Qforeo's Hivrr, at 8 E. W. JAOKSON'SPESTAURAXT. 81 TENDERS roqniiitid for supplying the Hnrmedninn U. O. M.'Cn. ; with 3t)0 Girds of Irontinrk or Box Hillft Wood in five fret lengths. The lowest or any tender not neccssaiily ' HtiDeptod, j 90 F. W CLAEKE. j w Mfkk 1 row UHKUMATISM, Nt*nrAlgia, Krlwllra, Iiumbsgo, llnckacbo, Horrnf'Sf nf tlm Olifst, -i«iut, Quinsy, Hore 'I'hmst, Swrllings qnd Sprains, Morns nod H^ahU, -l*-nersl itodllv Iritis, TimiIi, Uar, nud It^adadie, Krooted K«t-t. *'id Knr«, nnd all other pains and aehes. Mo preparation on earth ?quale Bt, JsnnhV Oil as a »«fn, si irt, vmpte ami cheap Kxtcnml H^mfdy. A trial entsils I'Ut the romparntivuly trifling outlay nf HNlf-a-Crowu. and eveiy ono suffering witb pain oun iiave cht«ap aud positive proof of Itselnims. l)irectiiinN iu Rloven language's. Sold hy all druggists and dealers in Medicine. ^^niu^fAT^A^cnow^ j CTXJST RECEIVED SYDNEY H...

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LATEST TELEGRAMS LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Temora Herald and Mining Journal — 2 March 1883

L i TEST TELEGRAMS. (rnou ocn own conBCftpoNnEST.) I.oKU;'x, Wednosday. Mr Gladstone has been bsnq -letted at rai-in. Dyin«. n prominent tnomher ol the Lsnd J has been orrosted nt Paris tinder Mi^iivion «-f Heine cou cerncd in tlie Phronix Park murders. Thi-OA ImmtiR AYIlh.dpd in VHfinni parts of Rome to-day, hut f.irtunntolv no dumsfcu was done. £Sevurol arreats won* mado, Tim witnoRsoR iti tVJoyon mtirdor caBR Iikto been attached, and a polior oscor: told off to prot*-ct them. Sydney. Tliursdaj'. | It is reported th -it discrepancies amounting to nearly £-2000 have heon disnovernd in the acoounts of the late Mr Sandetnan, ofiiuial aRsipnep. A crifkot match Wtween memhersof Parliament and the odieers and in mates of Parramatta Lunatio Asylum waa won by the latter by sevon wirlr«'ts' The New South WbIos cricket aaao ciation decline to canei-l thoir conolu i injr nta'nh with the Eugliahmen, and aa the Vintorians refuse to play a com bined match the Melbourne Club are in a fix. In the...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Temora Herald and Mining Journal — 2 March 1883

Bemcmber This If you are feick Hop Bitters will surely aid Nature when all else falls. , If yoi are costive or dyspeptic, or ere suffering from «ny other of the nnmeroue .diseases of the stomach or jZ?.u -T lUWI fUUU WUI^llBIUU], Jt you arc waeting away with anj Jormof Sidney 4i-ea8a, ccop tempting De^th thia moment, and tum tor* guntoEbpKttna. ? If you aw eick with that temhle eiokne&B Ksrvouenesa, yon will find * ' Balm in Gilead*' In Ui« ueejof Bop Bitter?, If you are a frequenter, or. a resi dent of a miasmatic district, barricade your system against the aoourge of all countries — malarial epidemio, bilioua, aiid internuttont fevera— by die use of Hop Bitters' u you have rough, pimply, or sal low skin, b&d breath, pains and anhes, and feel miserable generally. Hop Bitten -will give you fair akin, rich blood, and sweetest breath; health, and oomfort In abort they onr, all Diabases of the. Stomach, Bowels, Blood, Lirer, Kerres, Ki^neya. Blight's Disease. £spO will ...

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THE WHISTERER AT STREET CORNERS. A SKETCH. [Newspaper Article] — Temora Herald and Mining Journal — 2 March 1883

Tin: I YtnsrtCKSH' AT STRUT COTlXfRS. A KKKTCH. (C miiinimcntod ) TiirmtBroerontiirpa in human form to ?winiah in their nature that they de light in rooting iu tlio gutter and in haling the ofTonxivo odour thus ralawl ; hut of ill thn loathsome thing* bred from sooinl (.lime and tho offacouriujr of mcio'y, tho whisperer at street oornors is the most ropiiluive. ?To is (ronoinlly nerenture who. having . jiiiiH to iuu lonnat inrei, QClliftlts in squirting filth nnd renomoa all whoso garments hare an appoaranoe of purity ; his trade ia t) circtilato and fan baseless slenders, and when he fmls to fiud any foundation for a slsn dnr h« invents one. Hi a «ii« in life t« to ro up nnd down, like his prototype, S-ifnn. nooii«infr people, nnd rerellinj; in the wnnt.in luxury of t-rentin? inis ohiet. Tin ih too tionianly to make an «))tfii nn-nsstinn lest his lies should l-o force! dosvn hi* foul thriat nijniii ; but he. finds n wltispnr a more formid able weapon than nn open aisiusation, whioh...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Temora Herald and Mining Journal — 2 March 1883

MB. FRANK DETOKES, AttCTCOXBER, Minino and Shark Ukqkkk, TKMOIIA. flLATMS neoniintol f«-p. nnd Roil] bought nnii »uM mi Couumr.i-ion. j Otirn-sj-ond'nti- in Sv-(n»v, Me'lmuriw, nnd Adelaide. J 0 W V It li I t) G K H. FlfPKSr. wool .UvD rnontrrE imoKEn, . LIVE STOCS, AND STATION A O B N* T ' ' ? *±_ I 1.1 BK«rV Ol' THE T-HKSS. i Til the cmp of Oharle* Hurdv v W'.fi7Tii i Adw'*»+r, trl-*d rt Itvul Wsgen Oir. j ouit Court. itnfor* Ilia Honor Sir -lt«oree | Innes, tho laarpe.l .In-lae in bia suintumc up ! ?aid;— 'The public had a n*rfecl right, an j veil us newspaper*. to comment ui*on Ihe nations «f any weu in puMle portions. wlie* j t' cr they worf jud^^e, ministers of religion, I or Werners of rrsmped wlif-n it**)in:r vlth pnMio mattsra. Id thia ewe Mr Hardy «'«* a public oonlmr to'. and Ilia notions w» tliornfnro open to oHHnlsoi. No matter if such rritieimii was Qa)oaiat*d to injure him or not, an long nn it «i» fair, uid done iu tlio iuttiesta ol llie Jiiblio.'

Publication Title: Temora Herald And Mining Journal
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Temora Herald and Mining Journal — 2 March 1883

^£8. W. r. PK BOO AiTomii. SOLIOITOK AND PlIOOTO HOSKINS-Br., T1CU0IU. Commlailoiiar for Affidavits. OIRm«— Maxt Poit and Telegraph Opt CO'J'FAMUNDRA. Mr Frodsham will attend the Warden Court, Temora, when retained. 28 CI J. 11UOKLAND, Btook, Station, an /. Land Agent. Hm ipoolal taetlitiea lor commanding Ioto rnton of FrnlRlita and In«ur»uco«, A'o., t- WOOL, Ac., if resorrall prince are u- obtatued In Sydney. Station auppliea mil nliaacd, Liat of propnrtlnn for sale an tiot ? Ijmfl agency work of all kinds baa peraom attention. Money lent on Stations, Stoolc, Freehol entntea, and oonntry or town propertlei Vary libera) adranooa mada on ellpa ol Woo! 0 ffi oaai Exchange, Sydney. John Dimmock, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL PRO DUOE MERCHANT TTAS for Rule tho very beat ol ,tX OHAFF. MAIZE, .OATS BRAN, POLLARD. So.. which he snlla at the lowest possible prion. All OHAFF. Guaranteed well cul mid free from wire or straw 48 ? [l CIIID ] A, J. J. wuby, {Lata of Warby and Orbell, Temora.) , A DO T I...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Temora Herald and Mining Journal — 2 March 1883

DEATH. Setmottr. — On tho 88th Fehrusrr, nt th« Far.Tlor'n Home hotel. Svdney, Wiixiaji Seruoun. ajred 48, latp of tlie| Criterion JRotel, Tomora, leaving a. sorrowing wife nnd family to mouru thnir irreparable 1 irs. He was respected by all who knew Iiiin for hit p»-bit y, charity, and good-will to all men. R9

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TEMORA TEMPERATURE. [Newspaper Article] — Temora Herald and Mining Journal — 2 March 1883

TKUORA 'lEMPERATUBK. 1*^3 V«b. 27 (Hi^liOBt Shade Heat) ... ... 70 .. 2» ? ? 77 Mnr£S „ ? Si

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Temora Herald and Mining Journal — 6 March 1883

-- — ? ? -'?^k ?a'^'a * ' ' »? = When did tho Ene-e coma oat ft Ask tiio jwizBl© Woszle or Bavarian dtdnglo Anoaglo- ] Whon tid the. Sn&ko oeme eutt Ask tho VHzz\t \7cszIo or Bavarian QnSngle finangle.

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REPRESENTATION OF GRENFELL. [Newspaper Article] — Temora Herald and Mining Journal — 6 March 1883

EEPEBSliXTATI.iN OF GREN- 1 FELL. ] Tbe present honorable member for the GwnMl electorate, Ms. B. M 'Yacqhmt. having obtained n Govern ment contract bit) seat will shortly Hp declared vacant, ami the duty will mu-iuimu is iuuiiilm'Ij wuCeotBg WITH* our own. and also one in which we fed considerable interest, as many of tbe vitAl questions which affect that district ate iuscnfirahir bound un with our own, Barmedman, 'wbich is n ^luce of growing importance, and probably destined to figure proroi nently in the future of these district*, forms a connecting link between the two and helps to establish a com munity of intonate. This being lii« caw the question of who is to be the future representation of Grenfeli it to us by no means a matter of in difference. If the electors wish to Lave a man who will faithfully tepre senttheai and attend to their interest* and one who haa sufficient influence to command attention, such a uian can be found in tbe person of the Hon James Watsok, latfe Col...

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THE PRINCESS LOUISE [Newspaper Article] — Temora Herald and Mining Journal — 6 March 1883

THE PBINOICSS LOUISE The Sun Frauulsoo correspondent of the ' Aiickhind Weekly News.' spenkintt the Marquis of Lorne and his Priniicss, writes !—' Tlio Itoynl parlv left ti» a few days after I last wrote without limiting any particular annsiitimi. Th«.v li'ivo ns yet got no further Ihnn Simla Bsrbara— a little summer rnanrt some short dlstannn from tie, where they are idling th# j time nwny. nnd living imiuh after the J fnsliloti of show people in a oarnvnn, for Ihoy do not pntMnise hotels, but reside in their palnue railroad car, which doubtless ia tuoro comfortable, end certainly more private. An odd animation is attached to this faot of ths Princess lionise not returning to her own domain in Canada. It nnpoars thai n-(ii-rta!n Lady Mncdonala, wife of tlio commander cf troops, isantago. matin to tier itoval utgness, ims lady would fain bnvn tnltoti the fair Louise undor hor proteution, and im pertinently (A'ter the manner of women) advised Hor Hoyal Highness ns to who sb» should k...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Temora Herald and Mining Journal — 6 March 1883

'A'hen did ths SnSko coos cut f .\:k the Vv:m1o Wcss'.o or Bavarian SuSngb Quangie.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Temora Herald and Mining Journal — 6 March 1883

Tor Rftv, ThomM Wataon baa been apvmnlivd to Vho Church of RufiUud.Mut* rum'-o'tHh. tlio appoiutmeut to uvke tffodt from liM'Pr Sunday. Tn» IMnga Hl'ipa pot!l» ; temp«»at haa nubsidi'd, fo. it appeal n -m tbe produMiou of the pflfwf* tint nt one tim« in wan n rush - ( miner* to tb* pUne, b--ne« the MiMimg wits l«rn». lWtre tn*t— m 1H7P ib i-i-rt nnlv ll voten, and pitbM'^nontlv, ?11 21-t K«wriulw«r, IBdd, Mr John wroii» 10 Mr WrtU^u, the l«t« Colonial r'- ftt-u tT, r» -Miiniii«iidiug ||« cnn-*olUMon, ?heie waa o»'r oup vntvr l^fi J Tbe nrr»»ioi.v f -r I-inpn Dliw* as a pnilintr-plttee h*-\ oeM'd in*-xhK »* Temora aud Watyettdbeen ' rtd atip| II«m| lis pl'ioe. Mn. ,Umr« Haika. 1VM., la having aome S^H-tit (vU'tndt^* carfM nut *\ (he t'lHivt U-Mue, anl the \-\ future, «lll tfi,. n x nt nf of -» ft* _» in (-? own ae'i'ftt xoiunihv. of biiou aiMOfilalQil witli ('??mora p«rl)»ce. T'tir ?Srrffllsrv nf tbt» P^ijrr*' Committ** l« pnui ? t«« White -in ipiniwinfle, }Jo won d»-r a Oonn 1* r.qi...

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