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MINING. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser — 17 August 1894

MINING. I We were shown some very nice specimens yesterday which were taken fro;ii a permit- claim now being worked by Camion and party on Mr. Duffy's selection, about six utiles from Heefton, in a southerly direction. 1 here is about, b inches of stone, which has been proved to a ! depth of 2') font, and it consists yf .whitish quartz with ironstono veins Hititimg through it, anil cari-ying j gold in fair qiiautities. .The casing also contains a good percentage of rough gold Th«* ownci-.s intend to have a trial cr'isliin^ nliortly, and have, promised to let as know. the. result. Several claims whi :h for some mouths have been giving promise of better things, nre now liegiiiuing to fulfil the expectation* of the owners. Keegan and party (not the Pine Hill firospe'tors) have now n gtind reef i*r their claim, south of N'eeld'?i Pion- ? eer claim. They have named their i property tho Southern Pioneer, apd, according to present, appearances, it is likely to prove a worth v scion of the ...

Publication Title: Wyalong Star And Temora And Barmedman Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser — 17 August 1894

^r. EdWard Mabtik, chairj ^he iievv I^pndon dir&tftrftteB N.efr 3eaUnd Lt^n ^iid Mffl ?AgenOy '6orhpany atat.es tli® i^in^d ia ret/ii?it?g dE5jK),000B j^sjflt iiqu^n^sci, anp nas aidoratuin a . pntmos^.l -Jtf- a pP« Bri^towe .And ' -Sir John 4 dimrtors jpeciaily represent® sharidioldcrs. ?

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 — 17 August 1894

H. Sohtjen's Tor Miners' lools and JlntferiaKnext to Nixon's* Tpat-ik IToirtn lnrg' T'1 'f T-nliacco «ttnt«ining a ire®V*» supply, for 6d., at NixoriV. Stationers' Brill* School Books, Slates. and School lirnnisifoe of nil kindx arc now procurable nt Kixon-, Stationers' .Hall* II; 'Booi-ek, next to Nixon's ^SttfWoaer's Fhnp. has in-'stoek, and for sale -cheap, a ?qnnntity of Secondhand Tooluj including l*it 8ii«r».* TVrf-- t liedicint«;Ha6lnH ing 'Pills, _Oint - Dient, . 15,v» Lotions, etc., at Nixon's -Stnt»onora Hall.)* H! for Spring MattraBfws. -All. *rlasse« : of Bedding umdo on tho ipremiSfaS. Next to Nixoni®.5* Xceni^teOtis,' ConCertinae, Mouth Organs ?anil df&cvip^ion of *Muisical Instruments ISixdn's. Stationferi' Hall.* ' Tobacco, - Cigars, Gicarottoa, and-e very thinr required by Smokers, at Nixon's 'Stationers* Hall * If you desire your railway parcels, large ?or small, caiefully bandied, and -forwarded j*r reliable carriers, seud-yoiu- instructions, to Gelling an...

Publication Title: Wyalong Star And Temora And Barmedman Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Wyalong Police Court. TUESDAY, AUGUST 14, 1894. Before B. Cassin, Esq., J.P. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser — 17 August 1894

Wyalorig Police Court. , Tuesday, August 14, 189^. - «... Before U. Cassin, Esq., 3. P. 'Ceftrge Lyell, a gentleman with a self profidbd tuission to reform . the^cbristian world by, as he says, inducing the' English, Irish, and Scotch churches to anite their forces against the common enemy, appeared to answer a charge )f behaving in a liot-ou manner ia Main-street, Wyalona West, on Monday night, 'lite evidence of the arresting constable showed that the Btyle in which Lyell was conducting himself resulted in a crowd of from three to four hundred people assembling, to the incon venience of the public. Fined 20/- or three days. Tho alterna tive was accepted. ' Too much whiskey ' was the only justi fication which James Graham could plead for an ebullition of obscenity ia Maiu strcct, Wyalong West on the evening of the I3th. Fined 5/- or 24 hours. A brazen faced and degraded specimen of femi-jinity, known by the lurid sobi'. quct of 'The Biasing Stump,' but, ap pearing oa the c'a&amp...

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 — 17 August 1894

ARE YOU AFFLICTED I with DYSPEPSIA, tCOSSTIPATIuN, KIDNEY TROUBLES, BACKACHE, ACHING LIMBS, 0 . tI4V;ER COMPLA If wy wife rerjiedios are with' reach at- a nominal i:ost. C ENTS TOXIC .and FLRTCf PlLjiS have never yct. failc.il -n the worst cases: General del nervousness, weakness,' arid p com plainfr pf t^iji! iiei'vpu^iiod ] five Systems nre promptly enrt these . reliable remedies. The prepared by aoiepH^iis ^process? .af-e not merely '.mechanical mi* mide only to 'gull- the p' The renown CLEMENTS T jiuil FLETCHERS PITiLS h«- in Anstralasia is prggf of 'I11 that. they stand pre-eminent F-' apacinl classes of diseases.-- No dies ever sold gave such entit''' faptfon }y ppfrous, a'nd er is fip-tl-coniiiig frotu every city and village, to j^t-Qve their 1 N«» doubt can now exist as t' yalne,'1iut pnrohas.H's ninst I* ful to ge.t .the gennine artic tqaqy niisnraptrlpus traders v Aetppt to pttlin off a.s'ibstitnte -wibln, foiy tbe .itake of ^xtr^.pH

Publication Title: Wyalong Star And Temora And Barmedman Advertiser, The
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Arrival and Despatch of Mails from Wyalong Post Office. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser — 17 August 1894

Arrival and Despatch of Mails from Wyaiftng Post Office. ? AbRTVALB. ? .'' I\'. Matu »rrir-e from JlSpmora and Ba* ?j^cdnwri on Tffondays 'Wednesdays, and Tridajrs nt- If pjn. On Tnwdsys, Thurs ?tfeys. mid Saturdays nt 7 30 p.m. From Government Township and 16 mile Tank daily (Sunday excepted) nt -B.Wp.in Frrtm TXngrrio on Tuesdays and Fridays =nt 4 a.tu. i . / ; Dwaetttbks. Null* depart for Barmedman and Te -j'orn dully (Sunday exceplwlF at fi a.m. For G'Twrnnifut Township and 16-mile 'Tunk itmly jfBnudiiy .excepted) at 11 a.m. F-rtr Unstafieon Tuesdays and Satur di'ys ft- 8.30 pjp. , . Mails for these places close at 9.30 pre vious night. Thc Office is open daily for the delivory of letters from (I a.m. to ft p.m.. except on Fnndnys, 'when letters are delivered from D us. to 10 a.m. ?- Money order and Savings Bank open -«la;ly (Sunday excepted) from 10 a.m. *?6 p.m.

Publication Title: Wyalong Star And Temora And Barmedman Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Presentation to the Rev. Father Fogarty. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser — 17 August 1894

Presentation to tlie liev. Father Fogartv. FttOS* the Allmry Daily News we L-arn that the Rev. Father Fo/arty visited the Semite of his lute labours, Albury, last wm-k, and was ths recipient of an illuminated adib-ess and purse of sovereigns. Tli' 11 dill-ess contained the following expressions : — *? It is with fec],r|«:s of sorrow that we, your old parishioners of Albury, beg to preijei)tyon with this farewell address heiijg truly recogi.isnnf- that by your removal we have lp-t- ? n of the most, noble and painstaking priests that lias ever mjijistere.d in our midst. In your high office as a priest you were eyer watchful and anxioiis to pro.inote th.s int-eres'sof our welfare, temporal as \vell ijs spiritual, and we cannot part without paying a tribute of pra^e to tljo girted eloquence which always characterised j-onr ntt-erancos from the pulpit. «li-lll pray God hle.ss yoi} aii(|.rejviii-i.l you for yortr labours on our behalf, and also that He may give you health and streno-fh to...

Publication Title: Wyalong Star And Temora And Barmedman Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser — 17 August 1894

FOOTBALL. A match between tlie Wyalong Our team and tbe Wyalong Football i !ul) -;ame off on the Wyalong grounds on hinudrty last. The aay was favorable I, \it the «frourd heavy, and spills were l'.vttv numerous. The gaulf» was a fast i in; fioiu the beginning;, and during tbe first half two goals weie secured by the the first one being ticked by H. Nevor, and the othar by T. Cliannon. Jn I'.ie second quarter It. Neeld scored a goal t n- t'ie Our Boys and D. King did a similar service for tbe same side in tht l ist quarter. The game ended in a draw, rid this result will no doubt induce 'Members of each team to do their best v/lien another contest takes .place. Mr. K. Spring- kindly officiated as central umpire. A few ladies put in an appear m:cc, but unless some of the players can manage to adopt different language to v.'nat they indulged in on Saturday the f:iir sex are IiUely to be conspicuous by Ii.y their absence ou future occasions. A K'turn match will be played on the Wyalong ...

Publication Title: Wyalong Star And Temora And Barmedman Advertiser, The
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CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser — 17 August 1894

GUtJRCH OF ENGLAND. Wtaloxo— At the ' Assembly Hall, Cassin-street j Spin.' Afterrionri Service; 3 pAi,, Sunday School; 7.ao p.tn., Evening Service.^ Wyalong West—At the Victoria Hall ; 3-p.m., Sunday School ; 4 o,tn.. Choir j Practice; 7.3o p.m., Evening Service (Ohoral.) ' - ? J. T» E VANS, it A. - ?' . ' ' i

Publication Title: Wyalong Star And Temora And Barmedman Advertiser, The
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Facts for Country Readers. THE CAUSE OF DECENTRALISATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser — 17 August 1894

Facts for Country Headers. The Caose of Decentralisation, (By John Haynes, M P.) The tiine lias flow .arrived when a com oinpti. effort fihouhl bp made by the country Press, on behalf of the country people, fo assist iu lighting the causc of leceiitraUsation loathe Front. 'In the last session of the dead Parliament about twenty Liberal or Kadical repr-psentativps of (he people fought, a capital battle for the inland community with respect to the Betterment Bill — a measure which, had it been passed, would lis v? scourged the country people, business people of nil classes, as well as selectors and farm er ?, etc., and forced them once more to carry the sirug of the wealthy city monopolist and landowner. When I found that the Government ligd. stioircd ! a feri ilu support to theWll. nnd pnri-ii-d ' it in spite of u«. I resorted tojhe country ! Pies--, and, others joiving, -kc were able; to get an almost universal remonstrance from the inland neWM|-a]iei;% nL-ainst the inii|iiity of th...

Publication Title: Wyalong Star And Temora And Barmedman Advertiser, The
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THE CABINET. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser — 17 August 1894

r THE CABINET. Cahixet forming lias becft the prin ft.t 1 topic of the week. Mr. Reid ,d his colleagues have been the n:s of tbe day, and they art* now in 11 possession of the ship of State. In- Cabinet itself has been dis ?cted in varions ways. Some hare linired its personnel and considered nit, it can stand the stolru of polities ii' three years. Others see in it an ilierent weakness which starts at the cad aud ends in the tail. The one run# mail, admitted on all sides for is ability is Mr. Brunker. He sip rtirs to be the navigating captain, nd Parliament appears to look to itn as a safe and valuable Minister, ho lias come in for a. large share, of lificism. Mr. Cook is also another iinister who has come in for a large hare of criticism. The labor organs .11 peach him as a traitor to his cause ; i -joining a capitalistic. Ministry. i^t4jyidR'nSn'ar inconsistency the fnnA'aof the articles nl-«- advocate lint it is the duty of the labor party ? i support whatever Minister grants lie...

Publication Title: Wyalong Star And Temora And Barmedman Advertiser, The
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WESLEYAN CHURCH SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser — 17 August 1894

WESLEYAN CHUECH SEEVIOES. Sunday, August 19th. — Services will be conducted in the Mission Hall, Wyaloag,'at 11 ,a.u3., Eer. M. Walter; Mission Hnli, Wyalong, at 8 p.m., Sunday School; Mission Hall, Wyalong, at 7 p.fflu, Kr. Coolr.' Tivoli Tent, We«t Wyalong, '11 a.m.. Mr, W. Layton; 'Tivoli Tent, 7.%o p.m., Eev. M. Walk«r. Hymn lwMks pro vided at each service. Everybody invited.

Publication Title: Wyalong Star And Temora And Barmedman Advertiser, The
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Wyalong Progress Committee. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser — 17 August 1894

Wyalong Progress Com! mittee. I The tenth regular mpeting of tl.J ^ yalong Progress Oomniittec, was Iieh at Spring's Hotel, on Wednesday last Mr. -Penprasc occupii-d the chair, tin other members present being Messrs. H Wood, W. T. Coonnn, J. K. Barnes, Ji Spring, . W- 0;. Hunter, mid G. i t-orbes. ' The minntes having been read on confirmed the outward rorrespondeiir was read, and included a very forcitl appeal for a Water Supply, to wl^icln r-ply had been received, slating tin ihe P-rc.nierlnid received the lctteMfrn: .he Committee which lia.l; been hande to the Secretary for Public Works nnd tl 'matter commeuiled for bis couyderaViri Oilier letters .were in aitvoracry of (| claims jjf the i.eojilc of WyalOii'g. tohm a siiiir-g of the JLiocal Laud Board ^ here, as the large number of town which had fsj lie valued by . tne jjoun would alouc justify the granting of U request. Ko reply had bfoii received I those. Ackiion ledgement of the receii of a copy of the lly law* of the Tenio P...

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 — 17 August 1894

'oBKmrnii* W atefies ;»s r,0^Ri-rrEKD to give . RVKRY S ATrSFAUTIOK. 0THER ;SE WILL KB EXCHANGED. Send Price f.ist. illustrated. oost free. 13 GEORGE STREET, SYDNEY, Opposite the Hallway station, Sydney. OiJCbe Unriyalled kkt- } f)A 3. t J.K3S Watch. A ) j£j\JS. - Strong, finable Watch. SO 1 /~4 ( English Lever, fulljewel JLVr 3. ^ led, 2 years' guarantee. i'J '1 A C My .unequalled English /'-* JLv/S. ^ Lever, patent action, 3 ; . years', guarantee. ^4i i 8Pec'fll Key or Keyless Lever, (. compensation balance, patent ac tion, 3 yearB* guarantee, ?j (A- 'j First-claBB 'Key -or Keyless Lever, full covered cap. patent, hand finished, 4 years' guarantee. ' 4 First-lass. Key or 'Keyless Eng '* ' ? lush Levor, compensation bnlanoe full- covered cap, hand fiuished, 5 y«*ars' gnarantee. *(2 ^ Tho ACME English Lover, full ' ' ; chronometer balance, adjusted, 15 ruby jewels, a correct time-keeper, 0 years' guarantee. - Fly-bask Minute CHRONOGBAPH6, a 8s. The SPORTSMAN, JEIOJLOS. Six ears' gua...

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 — 17 August 1894

q gigbtea, SOLICITOR, l£A AN!D wr ALONG: Btvrinedman Court regularly. [A CARD.] I, T. JMN II, .'?! &OLTCITO.R and . rnoci'OR. Next Rank of 'New Sottth 'WALES. ITKEKT, WYALONG WEST. iTT nuin, Auctioneer Commission Aycnt, ] T.EMORA. ? j IBERT DRI$C6I,L ] an, attqeney,'pbqct6ii i ;» COJTVET^HCEE, . / KS-STREET, T-15MORA. ! do ' KT, -SOLICITOR ANP ♦ PROCTOR, . ^.jlS-SliLEET, Tes-sra;, js— Next TSinpiro Hotel. ! aker, !»»„ AKCHtTJSCT, : N'S-STREET-- TEMORA, I -N'D Wy^LQNG solicitor, f *' ' 43MK UAT VE 'COjcsr.LTED ey anfl' Woods'' Bniidiii? nat-eiiit^»st«i''s CWSwi),- .'? ?? Lti n;g w e ^3'T ' . , . iWsslZT7, ;.et . .IpO^T j OpFICEii:HpTKIi. S8R AX1); SSEDDEK. ?; ' IILY, nU7l'CaiiEKtf,i ? ? nform. the'puHic -£if Twnora strict ibatfthsjy arc (stall fairy imss in i lit©.! aborts . line, . end i wpitig the Jjeet of - Beef and ; icrit A skaxe-of support. Kmrptttf -attended tx-. Hotels J KamTlieB implied. ? iffsp %'Pk I ?Berterft- ,'|Ageirts '-aart; nmPMuon. Agents- for- ?' -? j CSBBO...

Publication Title: Wyalong Star And Temora And Barmedman Advertiser, The
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Latest Telegrams. LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser — 17 August 1894

Latest Telegrams. f Loxdon', Wediipsd.nr. Tlie .Tapanefje claim to Jiare driven off tlie Chinese 'fleet in ?en, encounter Oil Saturday last. THie police 1i:ive sewed; nn infernal macl-iiu) at tioiue, believed to have lieen inteiMied for blowing np the l-psidi'iice of Si-rnor Crispi, the Italian Premie-, in revenge for President Cm mot's death. Tile Jiish Evicted Tenants DiW was .thrown ont liy the Ijiiiisc of Lurilfi, by ^ njjgoi;i.ty of 219. Tlie Upposition members of the Honse of'Conjraons, appointed on the ftrish Land Aot- Coniinittee, have re «i{tnedj ijillejjiiyj' tliftt .John Morlev, Jil.P., Avas iu a one-aided manner. Abont, 400 French and Italian Anarchists have arrived in L'Hidori tuvd fpocial police are shaclgwin Tlie United -Sfates :Ho:ise of .Re presentatives Ji live passed t-Jie Free Sugar Bill. It is reported that the. Sugar Trust expect' to mnka forty million dollars ns tlio leialt of the passing of . the Senates Amendment Bill, find t.liat several of the senators wil...

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 — 17 August 1894

Uocal and District News Mb. J. Hunter of Wyalong reports that the uiilch cows offered by him on Tueidny last, met with -? rca ly sale at an av.ra^e nt over £3. Tlie number sold was twenty, and one purchaser bought the lot for local dairy purposes. I Oub leaders will be pleased to learn that the Rev. J. T. Evana has returnei to Wyalong and that he has impiQved in henlth durinir hU absence. He willofioiate at the Eveninjr Service at Wyalong West, oh Sunday. The services wi'l be choral. We are informed that on Monday some miners ..waited o i Forster, whose connec-i tion with th-- recent jumping cases was! the6ubjectof discussion on Sunday last,1 and he stated that he would withdraw his applications in connection with the claims ot Willis and party, Jackson a .d party, aud Sherrington and party. Influenza is just now very prevalent in Wyalong, and though we have not heard of many severe cases, there is great need for care being tafcen by those sutferingi that they de uot.get a-relnpse w...

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 — 21 August 1894

Fttlftkie Sa hereby given +lii^^he Part X 1, . nerSkip /hitherto exisMg- between. Jolm JaconwTbjepli KineaitcjpiiudTho.iia3| Cole Anthoii^^raHuig as Jrcob, PiUeiider.j ' and - ! AWlic^^j^ fA-al'Jjjf6f£fci^jKi'3, at. OarrathjSil and TB'yalb». was this ilay d by umqwljroasent, and tlie 'jiisicess will in fut™#be carried o-i by tho said JOSKPn.KIljnENDER ami THO MMICMe Af'IMDMfa^lro'fria fL-4fcR-ej fiH1 mouiea oWiiJf to, in|U ^iishi^rgo all* lialiiiities Of tu/said fiiuiX — ^Xs ^VitSfcSOTrar bands ^^3 Ot-li drty of. August, 18!wT - \ ! i jr (Tiios. C. ^.N*riiQ-sr t gqftjPMrstei'SStls. [ A -New Building '06 x 26! -... WeatberboaVhs -an}i Ttbn. 'iu frond . p-fittiqii {nearly opposite Exchanifo Hottjl). | ?Well'pUited for Wholesale or other Large j 'Store.. 3?or»particulara, apply — i ?)-(-' -^:i ^^rilOflUHS i'irtTLI.'^N. ; Miry L.B.C.l';, L:lt.c.'8. ^tebfMCMliasi^icSiluid A duso ! |nmfe^||uuro tflmals' | j yHi^ticb h't West il. lonf^' Jf»)^|iiiay lib ciiirst nt lfts ?'& Cl1);, Cl...

Publication Title: Wyalong Star And Temora And Barmedman Advertiser, The
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Wyalong Police Court. AUGUST 15TH, 1891. (Before Messrs. R. Cassin. F. Conder, and H. J. Woods, Js.P) [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser — 21 August 1894

Wyalong.Police Court. i A'txiusT lorir, 1891. 1 (Btfore Messrs. E. Casvin, F. 'Conder, 'and 'H.J. Wbods,. Js.l'i) Jns. Do:i.»l:ls v. D. MuIIpii— Abusive 'language and damage to properly. Case^ ^lismissed. '(before If. Ca.ssin, Esq,, J.P.) D. AL'Laughlin jjlcnded jyuil'v to aetii^-in a riotous inimiier i:i Afaijt-. street, -Wyjilnwg West. -Cautiow'ctt :iiid[ diseliurged. » r;': '^August 17th, 1{)94. ; (Befwe Messrs. F. Condor, and if. Woods, -Js.P. .Toll!) Dnlfy. Iiai/d reiser, 'was -choi^jod ?with iftw.lmg a bAti le 'of brandy 'the iprojiorty 'bf 11. ' Wcod, hotelkeeper, ?\Vjiilon-; ^'est, on the iiiglit of the IGtli iiist. The evidence given for t'»n 'prose icutitoii wai« to the efft-'e-t'tliat «ci-nsed v.w-j o liQi'der at llie .hotel, aud cortiing lo the place after it was closed got through llic jwiiidow. ?H,is'rticym \«is visited srtid t\yo otficr Won. found willi' accused, and th'ej' hail ft bottle of 'brandy which was' sup: , posed to J»ave been tafcea by u reused. A considera...

Publication Title: Wyalong Star And Temora And Barmedman Advertiser, The
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[?]OCAL LAND BOARD, [?]RMEDMAN, 22ND AUGUST, 1894. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser — 21 August 1894

'.loCAL LAND BOARD, J Q« » ^ - Lt Vbuxsvav. 22nd August. 1894. ''Itition. for T. 8.K. ? along road - from vi SU61 to town of Barinedman. Con ' ,Sderbrend and 36 others. Sised modification of T.S.B. 2510, . ?TeSof Bonrk«. ,.Biiriei- Section £6 as to conditions. 51, Condoboun, liobert Gagie. 66, . ,, Wm. Hy. Gagie 26. , M Praacis J, Scott 62, 3. Orenfell, Duncan Croiekshank. .77, . Union B. of Ans., Ltd 122, . „ - Ijaehlan Bobertapn 17. ... ' lonfirtoation or Disallovanee. to, Wagifa* Benjamin Stanley .pplication for Annual Lease, .3, WnC Sanderson - ition for extwsSon of ?. time .to fence. ,21, Wagffa. lTniqn B. of Aus. Ltd. Applicaiaon to enclose road. ' . il8, 90S4- ^Tsitrea 'ljn. B. of Aub. Ld. .7, 0,1^0,712, HUlsjton, J. Snodgr&ss cstion for exemption from .fencing, ,7. c.L 297S2, John Snodgrass t, Wfij^ga, £amnel fiamson 4ol, Wfgga, Malcolm McLeod Inauiry as to condition. I.7. cl' 20782, Hillston, John Snod.. [was , 1401, Wagga, Malcolm McLeod . .9, Hillston, Wb. Dei^pse...

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