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Neuralgia [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser — 10 August 1894

Neuralgia is the first, surest and most reliable sign ol nerve decay ; it is a .symptom provided by natnro to warn the sufferer of approaching weakness and distress, though in nio.«,t cases the paiu is purely local : the disease is constitutional and local remedies such as liniments, oils and men^liol.s only give temporary relief and do not. do the slightest, permanent good, for they only act. by deadening the sensi bility of the affected nerve. The remedy to be of any lasting benefit must he tissue forming and nerve strengthening and must, have general invigorating properties ; it must also contain the material to restoie tho lost tissue to the impoverished nerves, and no remedy except. Clements Tonic possesses these wonderful powers. Clements Tonic has been used tor thousands of cases by yonng and old of both sexes for neuralgia, sciatica, and other nervous complaints, and we have never heard of a case where it has failed to give quick and prompt, relief. Read of the case of Mrs. ...

Publication Title: Wyalong Star And Temora And Barmedman Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
(To the Editor of the Wyalong Star. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser — 10 August 1894

(To the Editor of the Wyalong Star. Sib. — Through the columns of your widely cireulnted paper, I would like to warn our local miners to beware of the moan class of thieves who are always on the look out for stealing ropes, flies, tools, etc., which may be left On the claims unprotected. Daily complaints are being made by many who have been flip vietinis nf flioso mom, EnliJn.l. Unfortunately none have yet been caught to make an example of, but 110 doubt some of them will be captured red liauded presently, and I trust will be dealt with in a manner known to mmiy old diggers of tlie early days. Such mean rogues ought to lie driven off the field. Thanking you iu anticipation. — Yours, etc., A Victim.

Publication Title: Wyalong Star And Temora And Barmedman Advertiser, The
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MINING. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser — 10 August 1894

— Mie: MINING, fei' For sometime past niinitil( have not been productive ofB1 sational discoveries, but onfl] the Victorian claim was reK for a change iii this respecTS and nartv. whose claims nriH' Frenchman's have reccntlyVf some 40 tons of stone fnB n umber one shaft which yiKi the rate of loz, lodwts. SiB' obey have sent, away 23 tousHp they believe to be better treatment at Barmednian,^*® now have another Jot of abufl]) at grass. -Recently, tliejlp upon sinking;*! bow shaft ium*1 ing ofcatone fmni.the underfljr inga was becoming difficult,*^ tho new shaft hhd reached aW 82 feet the reef was cut, nB1 started both north and southBjS south side -the reef at u from the shaft was.fonUd biflg 20 inches in thickness ntidSr good gold. On the north 91 distance of 7 feet a splendidH^ gold was strnck. The ore isjHj* like a slab of iron rust and i^E like solid ironstone, bat ev^K out of abont a hundred weig^B out. is thickly studded nndj^H with gold. At a low estii^H small lot of stone con...

Publication Title: Wyalong Star And Temora And Barmedman Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser — 10 August 1894

WOOD'S Miners' Rest Hotel, j MAIN . STREET, WYALONG 'WEST HENRY WOOD, Proprietor. ? _ I THE ahovo hotel is situaled in the midst of tlie best claims on the field. Evoryono favouring rue with a visit, will i . find the Hoarding o3tn)iliBlii)rent .is of al supeiior claBS where visitors will find nil ttbe acoommodationof a home, (live me a atrial and yoii^-n-fll fiud^thohay^rell etocked 'with tho jfeft ^Spirits, Ales', etc. ' ; In con oect ion therewith is a spacious jand iwell appointed Billiurd i-ooui. -7'. Fir. sT-cLABs St/ b li n a. Charges modorate. *Cnll and see for jourselft ' : i [JUlrboiD ^Late of Hay, N.S.W.) Near White T^nk, MLsun-ptreot Wyalong West. . -? : f -V; W 4 .^. I Metropolitan Hotel, Wi ALOXC WJESli ;'5iTISlTOI?S lo tlie above named Hotel ' SjW mil find every wnvouitfiice- and f'rt in fort under the able mnnnnemeut of ilB. and Mjis.' Cll AS. Pl{f jN'CE.-IuIp iproprietors ofetlie Bijou aud LaMfiliam ilotels, Sydn®. TERMS IO DERATE. 4- GOOD STABLING. ~ HQRR0CK5 &...

Publication Title: Wyalong Star And Temora And Barmedman Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Amateur Concerts. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser — 10 August 1894

Amateur Concerts. Within a week the Victoria Hall has been twi ie used for amateur con certs. The first, took place on Friday nightlast, and was in aid of the Roman Catholic Church building fund, and the other, which canieoff on Wednes day night, was produced for the pur pose of raising funds for building a Church of England. Whether it is owing to the plethora of professional entertainments at low prices, a luke warmness regarding the objects sought to be benefitted, or the extreme scarcity of cash, it must, be admitted that, financially, each concert was a failure, and it will probably be some time before anyone will be rash enough to attempt to raise fuuds by means of au amateur performance. Possihly the efforts of those taking part may not be so successful as those of music hall artistes or other professional vorralists, but they do their best, and do it. with a desire to assist a good work, and it would be unkind to deal harshly with any de ficiencies which are not due to other...

Publication Title: Wyalong Star And Temora And Barmedman Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Athletic Sport [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser — 10 August 1894

% AthletlcSportp! The sports iu coiyjectibn Butler's running ^fcpundS'..' are situated at, Wyjuorig \V« off on Saturday last, the 4tliBra The day was nil that could Ay, una ferry b Brass Band ai enliven ..lie afternoon's pro The sports were poorly many availing theiuselyeH o tickets, till on the inviiati Butler tocouie inside the gf and not break the' fei offer was accepted by the' The ground was all that wished for, the- tracks, wen form considering the weathe management was perfec Secretary spared nothing everyone comfortable. The contests and quoit, match fel in conseqncuce of unsufiSciei l ne Handicap closed with itti nations, which was run of Ooi heat.s, the winner of each i ^ heat beine-, P. Lnwler 5yds, ^ 8yds., M. O'Shea 3yds.. audi oit 5yds. These four men f 6/: starter for the final, which ' * in a win for Ryan by a yan 2nd., O'Shea 3rd., and Lai 8 Time, eleven and tliri id: Messrs. Woods and Grade ^ judges, Mr. Buttler as sta ^ Robinson as master of the fa rfh t.liey all ...

Publication Title: Wyalong Star And Temora And Barmedman Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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[?] Despatch of Mails from Wyalong Post Office. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser — 10 August 1894

[?] M AwHVAM.' ? ' f^n'n T^wn nnd Jt*'., T*iy?nin»i- mi Mni;-iij$. W^dnesdayR.; ; and TVidiiv n* 1' rm- On Tur'tlqys, Tliurs *ll-~« n-pd Fnt'ircin V !-t 7 SO p. ill . From Government Township and ''10. tnilo 'J'nnk daily (Rundiiy excepted) nt r,..™ p.m r- ? ty ? ? in. ? ] — ? ? J T-:.3 — _ at 4 n.W. DePARTITBRS. M(ii)« dnpnrt fi-r Barmedman and Te *i-om dnilv (Sunday excepts!) at 5 a.m. FVr Government- 'IWnaliip nnd 16-mile T«nk daily { Pundsiy pxcoptpd) nt 1 1 a.m. Tor nntmrie o* Tnosdays and Satur days at 8.30 p.m. Mails for these lslncee fclose at 9.80 pro t-onn nielit. The Office is open daily for the delivery of Iptters from A n to. to « p.m., except on PnridRys. -whan lottert are delivered from 0 a.m. to 10 n.ni. . „ Money order and Savings Bank open dnly (Sunday excepted) from 10 a.m. t«6p.in. ' II. , Souden's for Miners' Tools and Utifforials. next to Nixon's* i'iUbm Union large plug of Tobacco tMritrfrnlig*. supply, for Cd., nt Nixon's. Stationers* Hull,* . School Books. Sl...

Publication Title: Wyalong Star And Temora And Barmedman Advertiser, The
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The Matter as it is. (In reply to Rudyard Kipling's "End of the whole matter." [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser — 10 August 1894

The Mattejr as it is. (In reply to Uudyard Kipling's 'End of j the whole matter.' . 'Tis a beautiful thing to think of, the rest iu the other sphere, , But what we want to speak of i3 to van quish our sorrows here ; Wn nf tl,a roilm, nwn world where only the righteous go. We think, ay God we only thrnk while we're suffering here below. 'Tis a blessing that he lias sent us, this ever eternal hope, ' To bask in the realms of Heaven, some where in eternal bcope ; But stars may fall in unknown space, we know not where they go. We trust in him, for we oaly think in these realms down below. The good alone can be happy has been often and often said, But- if sorrow itself brings happiness, theu to happiness some are wed. Still wo pictures paint of the unknown joys when we to our maker go, And w live and die in eternal hope, while we're;suffering here below. Wyalong. linoa Verxon.

Publication Title: Wyalong Star And Temora And Barmedman Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser — 10 August 1894

Watches ABM . 0BTAEANTEED TO GIVE /EVERY SATISFACTION, OTHER WISE WILL BE EXCHANGED. Send li* Price List, illustrated, post free, ^ftt^OEORQE STREET, SYDNEY, Opposite the Kauway station, Sydney. -)A ( lie Unrivalled key- } f)rv . UB8 Watch. A J j4kJ8. Strong, Sellable Watch. X?0 1/^ ( English Lever, f ulljewel lV/S. ^ led, 2 yean' guarantee. 'I A ( My unequalled English CTrfO lvS. £ Lever, patent action, 8 years' guarantee. My special Key or Keyless Lever, j? (.Compensation balance, patent, ac tion, 8 years' guarantee. iAc. 'j First-class Key or Keyless ; Lever, full covered cap, . patent, hand finished, 4 years' guarantee. J First-elasS Key or Keyless Eng * * . { lish Lever, compensation balance , full covered cap, hand finished, 5 ' ? years' guarantee, jo ^ The ACME English Lever, full / chronometer balance adjusted, 15 ruby jewels, a corrcot time-keeper, 6 years' guarantee. Fly-back Minute CHRONOGRAPHS, £8$e...The SPORTSMAN, .£10 10a. Six years* guarantee. Highly recommended. LAD...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser — 10 August 1894

OUCTTOft, AND WYALONG. , BmeAman Court regularly. .[A CAR'Dj t.TTohan, JY, SOLICITOR a$k ' PMC'fOR. -gM rr Bans 'of Nett-Wdth Wales. JET. WY ALONG WEST, rtiirtr Grieves, DOK ? 'Sr.E.C.S., Englan)., g . r need prnctio'. at Wyalorfg, f j be consulted- ftt his fcJur tpoB.ite the Priico Camp. ; | HT DRISCOIX ^ iTTORNEY. PEOC|pS CONVEYANCER. ''' ?Street, tesiora. ; ? ? ? IV. MAS8IE,- | , SOLKtfSKm AND : 'ROCTOK. '. ;b-Street)^,eM6e*. Next Empire Hotel. ? | km, fun., 'llt'HITECT, STREET, TK£lO&Av ) WYALON& ? , ? ? ? ? ? ?? OLIClTOR, ligriiifS,; S -liE COjr^ciTKD. ( , ' ' I ^ Bind SpowSn' iBuvld'iTip' Jo . ; iftiSli, : | ? K'b ^OfeV'ferFifcV SSsfBi.. uMioxg west. '?KAXl) SXEDDES. . Hr WMitixs, i jB-stretct; thm oka, ! ^Rin Uio pphlio -of : Tcnfara . 'jHcl that itlloy . a'i*e ktill fiil-ry : in tlio jibovc.linfe, and, RSog thfelsSft *-f 13eef and' a share '61 BnJjjfort. ^Riptly -jittcndod to. Hotels B'amrilies euTJpliei I lEirA 'a ; ?General Agents and wraRsmeb. A&n ...

Publication Title: Wyalong Star And Temora And Barmedman Advertiser, The
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Local and District News. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser — 10 August 1894

Local and District News. Mb. W. Macansh, sen., the owner of Garanguln station, Murruuiburrah, who died on Tuesday morning, was 86 years of age, and had been a resident of the dis trict for upwards of fifty years. The funeral took place at 3 o'clock on Wednes day at Garangula station, and, notwith standing the inclemoncy of the weather and the impassible state of the roads the al.tii.iidfi.Ttcn wna vnrv lnr.rn tliafiuminnd. ing districts being well represented. ? ATWyalongtown8hiponTuoBdayeveninp? last the social promoted by Mr. S. Penny resulted in a very .enjoyable gathering, some 18 coupler being present. Tho M.0. (Mr. C. Moriarty) was up to time, while the music supplied by Messrs. M. Garth and G. Davis left nothing to be dosired. 'Dancing was kept going with great spirit wojl into tho small hours. These socials arc to be held bi-weekly. To-night (Friday) lefreshments will be provided. 'On Sunday lAst, at 3 p.m., a meeting was held in tbe newly opened Catholic Church at Wyalong W...

Publication Title: Wyalong Star And Temora And Barmedman Advertiser, The
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THE NEW MINISTRY. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser — 10 August 1894

THE NEW MINISTRY. The menibers of I he newly formed Ministry will be hieing themselves back to their constituencies forthwith, and asking to be allowed to accept the responsible positions of Crown Ministers, and the comfortable salar ies wnicn rorm sucn a pleasing ad junct to the office. Judged by the experiences of the past, few, if any of them, have much need to fear either opposition or defeat. Electors, as a rule, prefer a member of the Ministry to an ordinary M.P. as their representative, and each of the chosen band secured his seat at the last elec tion by a substantial majority. We may, therefore, reasonably expect, that, when Parliament, meets, each member of Mit. Keid's team will he found occupying the position which his leader has allotted to liirn. Till that tiuie, any attempt, at estimating the strength of Mr. Rkiij's Ministry can only be a matter uf guesswork. It is hard to say what effect the pronounced antipathy of Slit Hknuv Parkks towards the Fieeirade leader wi;l h...

Publication Title: Wyalong Star And Temora And Barmedman Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Local Land Board. BARMEDMAN, 22ND AUGUST, 1894. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser — 14 August 1894

Local Land Board. 3.4EMEDMAK, 22nd Adgust, 1894. Application tor T.S.R. along road from TLS.il. 1-ttil to towu of Barmedman. Con rad Hilderbrand and SO others. Proposed modification of T.S.E. 2510, County of Boiii ke. Inquiries Section 36 as to conditions, C.P. 8r.5t, Condobolin, Eobert Gagie. „ 66, „ Ww. Hy, Ga^ie ., £6, „ Francis J. Scott 02, „ 8, Grenfell, Duncan Cruickshank 90.77, „ Union B. of Aus., Ltd. „ 122, „ Lachlan Robertson 91.17, Confirmation or Disallowance. C.L. 92.9, Wagara, Benjamin Stanley Application for Annual Lease. A.L.94.3, Win. Sanderson Application ^or, -extension of: time to fence. C.P. 91.21, Wagga, Union B:. of AW. Ltd. ApjilicatjotJ to enclose road. C.L. 7Gu8, 99S4, Mragpa, Un.'iJ.'of A|is. Ld. C.P. 91.7, c.l. 20.7 12, ilillston, .T: Sn6dgrass Application for exemption from fencing. C.P. 91.7, c.l. 29782, John Snodgrass „ 134, Wap-ga, Samuel Harrison C.L. l64ol, 'Wagga, Malcolm McLeod Inquiry as to condition. C.P. 91.7. c.l. 20782, HiUston, John Snod gra...

Publication Title: Wyalong Star And Temora And Barmedman Advertiser, The
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A Night of Terror. [?]ritten for the Wyalong Star. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser — 14 August 1894

[?] fatten: fw/fhe^jVyqioiig Star.) : IIOGH a promising graduate of aminka jUnivQi^vty, ! was..noi ly y ni«'y of. the soil.' ? This re Wiil perhaps account in some e ftrr ihe Reeimiig incoiisistency iter on divulged), of an other Avoll qualified bnllocky losing namljer «C liis lot' in a Mur idgee pine scrub by moonlight, eyertheless, having at an earliei' II made acquaintance with Shake s 'P saving clause ' of ? ihe.' inity that shapes onr ends,' even through an impenetrable ), and studied the evolution of signs from the standpoint of i»«nS'sitljLeovr . of the '. descent in ' fyi-m:the stage ofthe em 'paB8Uin and kangai-oo, I began efleiit ot -thel philosophy of the ition. The facts were : It wns ? on midnight ; a freeziug winter ?on the ground. I was lost, as as the bnllocks that I started to d np in the morning ; my mates Ihe camp were M God knows re,' and, as the P.O. said of tho njueM.teji tJJan^y (' of the Over- ? 'j tftey «onld£ havfi?'said of iiie, id we don't know w here he ...

Publication Title: Wyalong Star And Temora And Barmedman Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A STRANGE REQUEST. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser — 14 August 1894

?A STRANGE REQUEST. J' the Northampton (Eny.) i?oard. 'jBGiiardians, an application was OTi; hy a man who said that he the guardians -0 guarantee {J11 deceit funeral. He was .about 'iiun.it. suicide, .^ap-l. should r.Jike i1 lnwi]?d respectably. lie had a mid young family, and his wife d not afford to bury him properly chairman, .in all .serionsness, tlie applicaut (a Socialist) that application coujd not be enter pii. :Ue paid, in reply, that that Id not prevent, him from com ing suicide ; nnd he desired to that whatever veiidi«t the coro »jury 'might bring in would be 1?.' -He was 1:0 1, mad, he was lulioring under a religious mania, was Socialism driving him to ifi-ation ; it, was simply a- result ic competitive. system of the pre pay. He was politely ushered ofthe hoard-room. IIobbks Itkms,— A case exciting a pdeal of local interest came before I Honor J udge Docker at the pursfc -Quni-tcr Sessions. It was [of Maurjce.i'0'Coniior, charged M'rabey.sling certain monies, the Perty ...

Publication Title: Wyalong Star And Temora And Barmedman Advertiser, The
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Patriotic Citizen. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser — 14 August 1894

ft F^ioiic ^^en. i inme of ilr. U ju ra pi yoy O x e.i: - s been fiajeJy . in wafioned in ~ on with the. recent, proposed P®?! uents , to tjj-; Legislative loV l-i fairness to tliat. gentlc must.(iie adniitted. that the aj ^ the criticism was confined to -*rsi npered confrrat nlations on the . insi with wjii^h Mr. Q.verJiam ?n o coaiiiifr au ai-tivo factor in lt appeui-K that Mr. Oxen ?' i recent trip to. England, and jrvatioii of how m;(teMs are Me ?il iii.;o her. and older eouuirit'6 -* — ; — in liini a desire to take a ie Com .liustrious part in. the affairs stliet ] ; His fpersofial'-if-ienda — of WoU i;P 'las more than oue man's Jsj 8 — fook advantage- of. these d: j , us- - invite- him to lepie ?SH,' H 1 'dwiek in tlie Legislative -A- iiunierounly signed thfi^pi waspvewsnted toliiiu, and oonfit ?? '??t'-ts success assured ; but wrote w- tlie offer of a- seat, and the fl iiis- advor-aey for Mr. Barton ge-for fi-T iiiternal dissensions i:i |j (i mccfiiiiiist ranks) would have wa...

Publication Title: Wyalong Star And Temora And Barmedman Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser — 14 August 1894

auctVn sale. Q PLENDIIMot of DSilEY COWS with O young^palves at foot^ and Vealers. T HITTER will sell by Pu\liLic Auction tl ? Jft t liisYards, Neeld-streetvWyalong, TO^AY at 2.30 p.m., Quiet Daffy Cows inVgood condition, and newly A^lved. Splendid Milkers. Also 5 Vealers. 'V AUCTION SALE. |jl'~ A'. JJU.RQDESS wiUiftell by' Auction, Jj ? on teturday ncjjfl^fith August, at half-past two o'ciocb^n the prcinir.es in Grenfell-str^k, . (2 AiooTb from Cuzner'B Coffee . PftlaceV jMIotm^tvOf Laud with Weatherboard j^uildrag rontainigg two rooms, roofed Vith ircW (20 feet bwl 1 feet). Also Allotmpfit, 35 feet by IG-Ufeet, Main fctret, adjoftine- Marshall's fi^re. NO EESEEVJS. TEEMS— CASH. \jm -mms WilHams & Muftan IT AVE re-^ed instmrfions fo sell 1 1.' by nuclidta at tlinW Yards, Wya long Wcst,-ou ^Sljjt'1 Thursday, j6tWnt&,^at 3 p.m. — 500 Priinj^Tat WeHrers, from isue Laclilan.X^ , Jtjg^'flots to Suit purchasers^ Dr. Abtbcb GiRiRVKS, Efi.C.P, Lokdox'. M.12.C.S., England. ^...

Publication Title: Wyalong Star And Temora And Barmedman Advertiser, The
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THE COUNTRY PARTY AND THE LANDS ADMINISTRATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser — 14 August 1894

THE COUNTRY PARTY AND THE LANDS ADMJLNISTRA TiON. T-he tn embers of the IjGbuBtry party' who were in the city were awaiting with some anxiety the disclosure ol J the arrangement of the portfolios, as they were much concerned to know who would be Minister for Lauds'. ! The 'laud qawstiou ' is tlie political issue in which they at pre.seiit mani- : fest the greatest inteie.st, and it is certain that they will make them selves in. i' c.i felt. in rarliainant. Ex pecUng that Mr. Copeland would go' on with his Laud Bill last session, they completed a pretty compact, organisation amongst themselves in readiness for a struggle over the measure. The party have re-formed ?for the approaching session, and claim to be-stronger numerically than ever ! they were before. 'Our maiu wish,' one of the members composing this party remarked yesterday, ' is to see a man 111 the Lands Department, who thoroughly understands- the needs of the colony wit h respect to improved land legislation.' It is under...

Publication Title: Wyalong Star And Temora And Barmedman Advertiser, The
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Latest Telegrams. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser — 14 August 1894

Latest Telegrams. ' . Sydnet, Monday. , Sydney Sniith has-been elected, for Bathurst by a majority .of 674. Mr. G. H. Beid has - been e!ect«-l for Kinej Division by a nia- jorit j.' The polling waB: GTH. Reid, 601; A. G. Tftylor, lSOj^ora^i -3. 2iLir«iou^Ji iijrniai reupBiions on de posit vat^JveVe e£Fet:tfed tlie Ba/ikii on F ridojvthe^e ? wiiSvTip-acconi pan j- ing redaction for discou'iaTp and-id-. vances.; -.faSiZ' s Tlie. . GliineM,. cpdk 'of fhe river' f.teimit*v Elfiei'vvhen near Brewwrina fcille^ Ek-uefet Batilt by^iriiiff two Te volver sliots intoTiYs Tjact. London, Sunday. The Russian troops tiitiinsei^wBti i*^6d5iie^s^oVaiiy ^nitr gencv connected with tlie Coiiean war. Franco will be in readiness ,fo net with Russia in Eastern Asia^j The.fapaiiese are massed 20,000 strong at Seoul with tlio object, of meeting Jho Chinese t roojis lvported, to be inaivhiug th^i-e. The Chinese expect tu l»e able to mass 60,000 mtfii at the end of September. The movements of the troopR are a...

Publication Title: Wyalong Star And Temora And Barmedman Advertiser, The
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Wyalong West Advance Association. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser — 14 August 1894

Wyalong West Advance Association. A meeting ofthe members of the above association took place on Thursday night at which a good number was pre sent. The Secretary had previously written lo the Colonial Secretary, asking tliut an .impartial officer might be sent to report 011 sanitary and other general conditions of Wyalong West, us incor rect reports hnd been sent to the De partment. To this, letter no reply hiul. been received. An application for th establishment of a Court of Petty Ses sions, Petty Debts and a Police Court at Wyalong West had also, been for warded and to this the usual stereotyped reply ?' that the same will receive due consideration' was received. To an application for the establishment of a Warden's Court at Wyalong West, the following reply was received: — Department of Mine3 and Agriculture. Sydney, 3rd August, 1894. Sib, — With reference to your letter of the 23rd., ultimo, asking that a Warden's C.mit be established at Wyalong West, I am directed by the Secr...

Publication Title: Wyalong Star And Temora And Barmedman Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
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