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THE TEMORA GAZETTEER. MINING DEPARTMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Temora Herald and Mining Journal — 23 March 1883
THE temora gazetteer. Mining Dse4»«skt. '~Warden : James Baker Ssasi? ats. Police Depaktukkt. tables. Oouas or Bm'®' mB„lHl,,r JL Zonch Depammknt. piaster : W. WeatheraU Stent : J. Foley Operator : J. H. Piunkett Texoba Dibtbict Court. _ . w- «t ? Ti ITai^ma. Jatos ? Registrar : R. Zo™* BaUiff: J, Davoren. Ppbiio Sghooi Teacher: W.Swaan fmp«t Preadent: Committee: Surgeon; Dr. -3rawford Treasurer : JBeoretary iHany OhandlOT. ssssx na£ ? ' flearetary- W.I-nll Oaretiiker: ^ Beawtaryc E. Appleferd. fiir— vwhim OiiiiiinT ? ? «* Affidavits: W. P. ''i*Do-Boos HmUih ei Births. ***th«, and ^toiages:iLKouch Ag^jttorOnratorof IntortaloBrtatos; yamea Crawford, XJ-. - ? . Mj-i
THE NEW RUSH. M[?] Thursday, 7.30 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Temora Herald and Mining Journal — 23 March 1883
THE NEW nusn. (fBOU OUR owar OORRKhPOKDEKT ) ?* IC*iumRSi/Tliurtday.;7»80 j»;m. Just returned from Hie roiji. Thej Warden'tried prospeits, 'WJollo*- ' ing is the result : — Proepoctor*' claim yielded. S grains to six dishes and 3 grains to one dish. No. .1 up the gully yielded 1 dirt. 17 grs. to six: dishes. Thn general opinion' is that little sold will be obtained. Men have ue«n leaving for the last two days. Things are quiet ; should not advise others to come yet. The Warden tcnoits to Sydney by wire to-night. No- 4 up the gully washed eight dishes and obtained 33 grains.
YE CHRONICLES OF TEMORA. [Newspaper Article] — Temora Herald and Mining Journal — 23 March 1883
YE CIIB0N10I.ES OF TKMORA. Ako beliold 1 it csme to pass in Ibe seventy aud ninth year Hint two uf the wise men of Cootsmuudry were met togelhor at the house of a trioud. and they communed on- with another, saying, Ia l it is very hot i we will have a skate In the hat, - And they ahook. IhJ II Mumaln n... afU» .li.Knl, iW they wore greatly refreshed. Then they rrjoloed exceedingly, and shook again. Then one of the wise men whose name was John, eon of Bill the Speeler, arose, and girded up the lag and ol bis old coat, and cried out in aioud voice, saying. Behold ! I am moved ot the spirit to speak of great and wondrous tbiuga that have been shewn onto ma, that came to pass in the wild barb, eveh at Temora. II ow mighty men with the pick and with tbe shovel called shoit had made a gnat hole in thogrotind, ond called it digging. And it came to pats when they had des cended to a creel depth, even into the bowels of the earth, they found a yellow substance called gold. And tbey called to...
TEMORA POST OFFICE TIME TABLE. [Newspaper Article] — Temora Herald and Mining Journal — 23 March 1883
TEUOIU rOST OFMCK TIME TABLE. I Arrivals from — j Pvdncy: Sunday, Tuesday, day, Thursday, Friday aud b.itui day, at 8.30 ji.m ailcuard : Sunday, 'ruoaaay. Wod nesday, Thursday, 1'rmny Saturday at 0.80 p.m. Oootamundra: Sunday, Monday, Tues day, Wednesday, Thursday, 1ri and Saturday, «t 3.30 p.m. Touug: Mouday. Wodaesday und Bamedmati. - Saturday. Monday, and Thursday, at 4 p.m. D opartures for— Sydney: Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Fri- 1 dety, nt noon Friday, at noon. Oootamundra: Sunday, Monday , Tues day. WeJueaday, Thursday, In day aad Saturday, at noon Young i Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday, at 7 am. Barmedman .-Sunday, Wednesday, and Friday, at 8 a.m. y.il. dose half an hour prior to de parture, exeeptdirect Younj mail, whioh closes at 9.30 p.m. previoua night, and Barmedman maJ, which closes at 7.30 on the days of departure. Bail Train leaves SydneyeTe'y evoning (except Sunday) at 8.80 and arxives at Oootamundra next morning at 7,26 a.m. Uui Train leaves O...
TEMORA DISTRICT COURT. (Before His Honor, Judge Forbes.) THURSDAY, MARCH 22nd. [Newspaper Article] — Temora Herald and Mining Journal — 23 March 1883
TEifORA DISTRICT COURT. (Baton I lis Honor, Judge Forbes.) Tspubxt, Uibcb 22nd. The first sittings of tbe District Court bell at Tcmora was opened by Hss Honor, Judge Forbes, yesterday, at 10 a.m. Tbe legal profession was represented by Keasn liyons, tram Sydney; Kearney and De Boo*. Then srsn as taacy of the pnblie present aa tbe limited accommodation would admit, ^liere were ten easts ta down for trial, and ons mining 'appeal case. I Mr . Kearney conveyed to His Honor the Congratulations ot the legal profession on till occasion ol the ops ig ot the first District Court at Temora, id also assured him ol the enrdlal weloomi ' the residents at large, as It was general understood that the district was greatly idebted to IDs Honor lor tflfc' early openln of a court at tbia plass. His Honor grao illy acknowledged the compliment, and I sted he should always be able to five satl lotion tn the discharge ot his judicial ties, and retata the onnBdenoo ot tho ubllo. It waa highly advantageous...
PROSPECTING. [Newspaper Article] — Temora Herald and Mining Journal — 23 March 1883
PB09PECTING. jL_ ? ? . At the risk of -reiteration we again urge upon As people of this district ' - tho propriety of thoroughly prospect ing the ground in the vicinity of Temora in tbe hope of discovering new allnvial leads. The new rash, at BQIy*a XMk^On^ has proved a great disappointment to hundreds of people, j who find that if tneir journey uutiier to be turned to any practioal R * aooounttiieyrauatgoandproipectfor m- fresh dieoovsries «f gold- Numbers of -'t ... th» disappointed gold-eeekers, who' ^ want from this neighborhood,- will in. all piobabQity returning, perhaps P1 IwAtor dispoaod toaeek near home for tha treasures whhdi ther Called Co And »?-' ahnrad 3%s «rd»ntVish to partiai EypA* la -A# advantages offend by lt*wiy4Useovared al!n«isl l«ls. as tiy the trtaajwde to Billy's jjistoOut, ought to ilidooe people to ''?MstUaoma *6MJo !*«*'?« ? ^HmrtwAcMMh largeU w Ob to believe as yet iindisonvered alluvial deposits of gnhl exi»t. Although a few trial shafts havo been sunk ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Temora Herald and Mining Journal — 23 March 1883
TO THE PUBLIC 01 TEMORA. n THE i|| Temora Herald H OK and p AND I gBUS hj Inrpfl MINING JOURNAL Newspaper Co., limited, j -SEINI!R&IL Am PRINTING DEPARTMENT. £ lane 001 Having been supplemented witn ft Well-Selected Jobbing Plant Comprising flhoice Founts of Ornamental Type Ot Every Description, All Kinds of PLAIN AND FANCY PRINTING Can now be done at this Office on the SHORTEST POSSIBLE1 NOTICE 'and at the L@WE§fiT REWBWEBWJWE PK0-£E§. 3 / Billheads, from lOiper ftoownd. ' ' Ball Programmes, Card®, I«beU, Companies' Prospectuses, Reports, Pamphlets, Posters. Ac., A® I ' Macnted vi & &EATNESS AND DESPATCH. I - ? I ~ ' 'f ^ ^ . ?'&- f B ookbindming all its Branches, , ' , CD W. If . P AL1RQ, EY] 3S5 GEOBQE.6TREBT, SYDNE'V ^ ^ ? ? ? A snlnndid s- * of Pianofortes, by only |Lfua5££T7i i. II n tfie f»llowi : EnglUh, French, Blig | and Oe ian ninlior* ^ Numeroi Brldwnod i Sow 1 p pn, gsBfc^iali ar U— Timt.indCo £ }} * r« '^5M S- ' S° 1 r slon TUt)v — IdM S...
MINING APPEAL COURT. (Before His Honor Judge Forbes.) THURSDAY, MARCH 22nd. [Newspaper Article] — Temora Herald and Mining Journal — 23 March 1883
m.vitto appeal court. (Betoro His Honor, Judge Forbes.} Tec— 'it, Kuotttad. ? ? Elizabeth Danoar,* by liar'fc£Sot, Phnip Dancer, v, J. H. Davldtoa. Appeal against the Warden's decision. . Mr -De Boos tor fdaintill ; Wr Kearney tor dataodalat Ur Kearney took ot)«cUbA iiseansa the summons in Uie Warden' i Oonrt eras Danoer and vile v. Davidson, an^tbi? appeal In the name of Elizabeth Dantir. lit* objection was overruled, hot the plant was amended ioioelude the nataos ot ^hilip Panoer and Elizabeth Dancer. The troperty in dlepnte was a share In the Meuing Star reef at fWbastopol, one half beliiglng to' Elisabeth Daueer, the other half! lelonging 4o J. 11. Davidson. Daneer anl Davidson wen to ] work tbe sbsn week abjut At'Vtt claim waa left unrepresented !iy Danopr, it was applied for by Daridson.and ^imn to him by the Warden. Mr D Boos signed that the claim only requlril half labor, and consequently was (ally t presented, and not abandoned, as alleged, j Mrs Dancer atatat that die made...
THE £231 15s COSTS. [Newspaper Article] — Temora Herald and Mining Journal — 23 March 1883
THE £2(1 ISs COSTS. At the risk of boring our readers with that interminable case of libel brought by G, G. Omni against the Editor of this journal for reporting a public meeting held to protest against the nonduct of the officials of the Temora Jockey Club we again revert to thn ? i-..i _ ? ? ? .i ? ? 1,1:.. SUDjeCE in [DB unpen *uav lus |IUW»V may see what an independent jour nalist has to contend with when in the bands of the Phillistines: The fasts which we are jgoing to lay before the public are incontrovertible, and go to piove that the aooner the law of libel is amended the better for the public at large, for whilst it remains in its present state a deathblow is given to straightforward journalism and a p re- mum hold oat to a sycophantic press. It may be in the recollection of our readers when the case oame on for hearing before Judge Dowuxo at ? Uootamundn, that official urgently eolicited a settlement of the two actions, Orb m, v. Baoxt and Bailey v. Obbbll, the latter cas...
SUBORDINATE ROADS. [Newspaper Article] — Temora Herald and Mining Journal — 23 March 1883
SUBOnniXATE HO ADS. A r*FKR has junt been issued by order j of tho Legislative Assembly, showing the classi&uatioti and proposed distri bution nf the vote on tlio Estimates for mWdluat-) ri-ads. The total amount of thi oitimate Ip 41309, 000, to prnvida for 14 030J miles of road.' Tne Nortlioni roads comprise 0,079^ miles, on which it is proposed to expend £ 1 31,93ft; thera are 38:13 miles of Western roads, for which £62081 is to bo npprnpriiitid ; thorc are 0168 miles of Southern roads, which will require £11 It is proposed to ex pond- -«n first- class roails, ££0 per mile; on apcoiid-cluas, £2 5 ; on third clasB. £'.f- ; on fourth class, £10 ; fifth-class. £7 ; and sixth» class, £5. The details, so far as tlioao districts are concerned, arc as fol lows; — Wapca Wagga to Murrttmhurrali and Gretifell road, 77 milos, £539, Morangoroll to junction with road Young to Temora. 30 miloa £450. Young to Temora, 60 mileB, £900. Grenfell to Forbes, 45 miles, £450. Cootamundra to Temo...
TEMORA HOSPITAL. [Newspaper Article] — Temora Herald and Mining Journal — 23 March 1883
FEMORA HOSPITAL. A special meeting) o| the Committee was he|d at lloxball's Queensland Hotel, on Wednesday eveulng last, oallod by the inentary in order to give Mr M, Moran au op|-ortunity to make an eiplanatlou lu reference to a resolution passed at the prerions meeting, exonerating the oflleers from blame regarding oertain niatten brought forward bp Mr Moran, but which he waa nnt present to support. Messrs Orbell (chslrmau), Curtin, Byram, Boxhall, Kenny, aijd Moran wore present, Mr Moran explained that he made no charge whatever against the medlcM nffleer t the only charge he mads wss ageiust the wardamsn, In consequruoo of a complaint made to him by a patient. .-He complained .,t «i-n tMt that the . charxe had been dealt with in his ahsroee. ito had not proper Intimation of the lime and place of tlio meetlnp, end was ontjulilng at the dllTen ut places wheie tho meetings' were ueiially held, and when ho found out whero the ineeilng tool pl«c», it was over j and bis uiotlnu ills|i...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Temora Herald and Mining Journal — 23 March 1883
Money to lend, -in suum of £S to £600, Business hours lu to U noon, and 2 to ti p.m. Ad drt-sn — M. KUAFFT. Next'Oomyn's Howl, lloskiua-fetroot. 93. MR FRANK DRT0RE8, AltOTIONKEH, UiitiKA *sr- Shark Broke*, TKIiORA. ? /^IiATMS reinitiated for. and Scrip ' ' bought and sold ou Commission. Correspondents in Sydney, Melbourne, find Adelaide. JOHN D B I D Q F, SYDNEY. -tt-0L AND IjfOUfJCE B^KER, V* 'CTOCX.™ ' i N D station agent 74
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Temora Herald and Mining Journal — 23 March 1883
1 MTTBDodp AND SJIODBHAM, | Attorneys^ oUoitora&Pjroctors, f OO^rAMUNDRA; P llrtWi^^'ii^ilibaWardm'i f Court, Tamora, whsa retained. 285 CI. BDOXLUtD, Stoife, BUttoo, «a-* ,. ' , land Agent. Hh ep*sial faeilitfea (nr commanding lowe«i ratee ed VMghts toil tnsutsnoee, tx., for WOOL, At- (I iimi i»J ? prices era not «btained In Bydnsy. Rtatlon supplies pur abased, list of propertiBs for sale on visw. ; ImI ageney mt ot all kinds bas personal t attention. Money last OS RUtiona, Stock, Freehold MtaiM, «al oouutty or town properties. TajIMidnimi made on clip* ot Wool. OSes* i Exchange, Sydney. John Diraraock, WHOIjKSALE and hbtail pro Dt7CE MERCHANT rTAS for Mle the very but of, .tX CHAW. MAIZE, OATS. BRAN, POULARD. &o.. which he ?alb at tha l*»wist possible price. AH OHAFF Guaranteed well cut and free from wire or straw 48 . f*4 cmo.1 fet A. J. J.'W ARBY, . (Lata ?( WarbjanJ Orbsll, Temora.) gjjfry4 _ ^ t W UoJrtknuis General ComraistiiSn Agent, *VD WINING SHAREBROKER, G...
NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Temora Herald and Mining Journal — 23 March 1883
SOWS. This brutal £auie of pii;eou slaughtering has received ila doom nt 1 1 1 r haliil* nf tn en lightened BitllsU Parlisrannt, aud 1st us hope that Australltue nnv s.kid follow. Kationnl pastimes I ire not only an InSox ot national clirraclorlstici, but help la foiro them. Amusements of * loir bud lirutal type, such as cockligbling, bull-lmitiug. dog fighting, nuillis'- and riiccon.gliooling matk a low. uulntelloolunl type o( civilisation where mini is subservient to mniclo, and tend to encourage nudJfwr|H'tuiite in assimilation to tbo brute instead ot the angel. Tbe votaries of tbe efortslid emusrmeula occasionally vary tham with witc.beatiufi, when they Mo fortunate cnqagb 1° possess such a chattel. There ia a mechanical toy which exactly Imitates tbe usovementa ot a pigeon, aud affords jolt II goal an opportunity for tbe exerciie ot skill, without tbo crnelty, One ot oar cltizcns bad tbe honor to introduce tbia enbaUtute in mstchea some time ago. It does sot nit Vio taste ot Ro...
THE TEMORA GAZETTEER. MINING DEPARTMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Temora Herald and Mining Journal — 30 March 1883
THE TffMQttjL flAZtiX'liiiElt' llnnvo Djwarthbks. Warden: James Baker . 'Warden's Clork : B. Zouoh Mining Registrar : T. Love Hining Surveyor: Bailiff of Warden's Court : J. Davoren Pouob Dktabtuxkt. Police Magistrate : Jamee Baker Clerk of Petty Seaaons : R. Zouoh Acting Sub-Inspector Lynch genior-oofiisfatde Downey and three troopers I Senior-constable Oliver and 7 cone tables. ? ? ' Ootot OF Requests. Registrar: B. Eouch BaSifi: J.'Davoren Post un- TsuwaaMi Dwabtmekt. Postmaster ; W. Weatherall Assistant : J. Foley Operator : J. H. Plunkett ypinBi DlSTEICt CoUBT. Judge : Hie Honor D. Forbee. Eegutrar: B. Zouch. BaSiff J, Darorea. JPCBUKI SCHOOI ; Teacher: W.Swnn Imoii Hobmtal. « ? ?»-— A , IrlQUMDi: Vioe-Ptoaide&ts: Oomunttee: - Surgeon ; Dr. Crawford Treasurer': '. Secretary: Hanyvbandler. - LobobofObdbsllowb, M-U.I.,O.O.F ? KobleQra&d : Al' Pliillipa Vioe-Qrand: J. McOullooh amreUry-.W.Jyflll Butoutk. Captain: JDCelntyie : J TfaSf/» fieoond-Lyntenant: J.B;&a...
TEMORA POST OFFICE TIME TABLE. [Newspaper Article] — Temora Herald and Mining Journal — 30 March 1883
a'liilORA POST OFMCE TIME TABLB. Arrival* from— - 'vdneys Sunday, Tuesday, Wednes day,? hursaay, Friduy aud Batuiv day, at 3,80 p.in Mailguard; Sunday, Tuesday, Wod nesday, Thursday, Friday aud Saturday at 3.30 p.m. Oootamundra: Sunday, Mouday, Tues day, Wednesday, Thursday, Fii day uml Saturday, at it. 30 p.iu. young : Mouday. AVodoosday and Friday at 6.30 p.m. Barmedman . - Saturday, Monday, and Thursday, at 4 p.m. Departure* for— Sydney : Hunday, Monday, Tuosday, Wednesday, Thursday uud Fri day, at uoou Mailguard Sunday, Monday, Tues day, Woduosday, Thursday, and Friday, at noon. Oootamundra: Sunday - Monday, Tues day. Wednesday, Thursday, Fri du- and Saturday, at aoon Young « Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday, at 7 a.m. Barmedman i— Sunday, Wednesday, and Friday, at 8 a.m. Hails close half an hour prior to de parture), exoopt diroot jfounj mail, whioh oIosob at 9-30 p.m. previous night, and Barmedman mail, which closes at 7.30 on the days of departure. Vail Train leaves Sydnoy eve...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Temora Herald and Mining Journal — 30 March 1883
TO THE PUBLIC OF TEMORA. TH E 1 Temora Herald AND MINING JOURNAL Newspaper Co., Limited, ©IINIIKM, PRINTING DEPARTMENT. Having boon supplemented witn a Well-Selected Jobbing Plant Comprising Choice Founts of Ornamental Type ' «*? Of Every Description, All Kinds* of PLAIN AND FANCY PRINTING Can now be done at this Office on the SHORTEST POSSIBLE NOTICE [and at the L®WE§TT RHITOifaiR&IWIi JPRil©IEf. BUlheadB, Ikp Wi per ^ - ; ^ * ^5 Ball Programmes, Cards, Labels, Companies' Prospectuses, Reports, Pamphlets, Posters.. &c., &c. executed with NEA1NESSAKD DESPATCH*. - -- ? / ? ? \ \ ??? ? ' ? ? ? J ? ? - : ? ???..,?? , ? i ' ==S=^=== : i '*i I ,?= - i ? ? -'w'-r - j Bookblndining aII its Branches, W. II. PALING , ;),S2 0 KOUQE-STUEET, SYDNEY. ? ? - -- ? ? rtfW A eploudid atocli nf Piimofortos, by tin, following Hn,.litl-. l'Vonuh, fir Urord Stoinway »?».!.# |i| 1'loyi.l pi'liiodmnyor Jj--- it'wiii. 1 n^. 1 u jj.b ' Coliard and Colloid (Mmllon &Sfl- ^^y|| l...
MINING COMPANIES' REPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Temora Herald and Mining Journal — 30 March 1883
MINING COMPANIES1 REPORTS. In mining matters great injury often -accrues to the pnblio through the withholding of true information, or ihe publication of news of an unre liable nature. In feet, the move ments of mines are, in a great degree, j regulated by the information which j every weu-a&apoaea person eag&gea - in the pursuit is supposed to commu nicate for the furtherance of the general welfare. There can be no doubt that great benefit arises from the practice when honestly carried out, aa one party can give the benefit of their experience to another party, or rather to all. without any detriment to themselves. If every one in d»a world were to dieoover a pitfall, it may be to Jhia cost were to carefully conceal the fact so that others might happen A like disaster* and if those who snafo lieneGclfll dtscoveries were to kwp 4he tact hiddep^rom others* it \*m*y |o see how progress might be rftaide^t and mishaps increased. There ia one mining company on the field w...