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NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Temora Herald and Mining Journal — 6 April 1883
XOTKS. Tit* election of a biahop for Sydney, or as eome one tenns it the ?' hatching of a bishop,*' proceeds slowly, and. acoording to present appearances, will be oompleted about the time the ITil lenium arrives, when the chaaees are that bishops ponslly will be ' out of business ' The form ' bishop of' 8rdnev' is a mianiomer. a* at most he oan only claim the tide of ' Angli can bishop in Sydney.' The metro politan ia onlyabiahop holdingautho rity over one christian denomination on eqaal footing with all the others, and the assumption of a territorial tide ia aa futile and groundless as the child ish clinging ta die tide of ' lord.' ounfeiied oa Udwpa in a ooantrr where aa eiMMM dignitary ia a atateodber. The claim of a colonial Inshop to the title of ' lord ' rests , upon aboit as good a twdafta aa' that of ' King Bangaree ' to the honors «f royalty. The Anglican ehur-h ^ot on *ery will for yeara with tfaechUl bishop roaming tea thou sand miles away. Could not the diffi culty be g...
THE TOWN APPRA[?] [Newspaper Article] — Temora Herald and Mining Journal — 6 April 1883
rn row* ATrMAntttKyn. In mnMh of what w In 9m*du*« I aaaa. relative to tbe nweerity ot rthar paying np at owr the atnmwtw the allotment valua tloM, «t allowing than Ho go lo ?notion, wo puWiah ths following httoiv oonrtoausiy fcawM to «a by Mr. S, Purchase. ot this tawn, iwilirf V- Un nam lb William Munte. MtfJxJiw «t lit Wb. Booth, lata «f Tswora. a foallaaiat vim ia lalstortad la Tamota allot ments, 1W Palms* Stiart, «Hav,Afrtl«aOM*- C. reacsua,' Kw, Dear Nr,~ t weilwi year tehwim ia i**wiai tn tha Tomnm Toon U-U faiynlnwwaV an ftslaida?, bat tbst Mm a tibort day, t aaaM dn nnihlM i M hri aa l«wh» with Mr Knell, the Mlalstar for taads, Iha Sial thing ttili ?*»*)«, »»d ba saM, la ittwwua »ftil«t,Hab-»*tiaiilMil, W«« Mr. OMvw 'Ceter Sfwi*ar») Mas esJVM in nod jmurM aa Da ,the no eMIon tn tH» «u*. Mr Farn'H also eald Ii* M ant (Mat lhwa would b» nMlw Mtrtlnwril lb* hoHi latarwled aagbt tn wa iffiwiil Mm Dm appralmwwata vmhhM, Mow It ta l«a lata. Raaln nM If it mw evea pwilHib Inm a w...
DECEIVING THE PUBLIC. [Newspaper Article] — Temora Herald and Mining Journal — 6 April 1883
, ' UMOBtVlMttTHB PCBLIO. 'XnpMttaeef diaumfnitiag nnr»» lialala laftiyftwii ooacaafflag mattora -«f ]i«Uie iala»»a- is caprahaonble to fixt JwapiHwrt. ; M mIIm. A falae, or aia^n. ^^SKSttilThu ma wifwyMlweii I Mi»f* i*JS* ? III 1 n ? ? J LsfiSliiSif mm fi«d closed againat them, Tha whole of the untruthful repnrta whioh worked atieh miaohief, far anfl nesr, oan be traced to a IikwI print which hai at tnined a hml eminenne fur this tort of thing. Public feeling «*a wrought up to a feverish state of exrittuaeof Ii? the repeated publication of extraor dinarini of n prouly misleadiUK «W raoter, and thsae effusions being oaptuly anu^ht, and repeated for pub lic edification, attained a multiplied power for evil. What the aim of ths_ purveyors of audi news eould.have* been is not eaiT todiscover. Whathsr it Wft« a morbid love of the aensatidNKl, a dnaire to aend the oreduloua on a fool's errand, or a wiah to quiokao j buaiiieaa hy drawing aoowd ot people! who had a little oapltal to spend,...
THE "GRAF[?] RUSH. [Newspaper Article] — Temora Herald and Mining Journal — 6 April 1883
l — . THS ' GAFFERS ' RUSH. T«i ' Sydney Morning Herald' fa witting about the ' Gaffsrt' Bash sayss— ' The Utsst ssasatioa, fa nth to Billy's I/wk Out, bat basa a ntns day*' woadsr, and the eM«Mi. otmlng it ta nowjbaginnlnr toMMde. Nowt items, & * hlfhv^itcoitlAi nature, having a s»odkeeJ*nflPI thsm, but depending iiillSly odptha writers powarj ol tmastnatto* for tns ^Uufffn7ii fill JPaf ^ have been scattered with unwoaSd profusion and rsproduoed in ths lead ing newspaper* in fa ditferest tolo. - niet, with ths inevitable issult of drawing together a large body of people, who now are greatly exercised to understand how they oould have been brought on such a fool's errand. True, aa alluvial lead of eomeeorllliM been dieoovered. and traoed tor a ehort distance ; bat it is narrow and not by any means rich, and there is reason to fear that it will not extend far ftsst tbe place rhete gold was first etrack. The claims whieh are at present tt, gold are confined to a narrow gully, ...
THE TEMORA GAZETTEER. MINING DEPARTMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Temora Herald and Mining Journal — 6 April 1883
TOT! TBMfflt* GAZEIXEEB. Mitmra d)BOt*m. 'Warden t 3a»es B«ie|.. Warden'tCftEV^i lCningBe^^i^3|«e Mining Sorrtsw: ^ _ - n«:nff nt.JBgpanM.'a Court :.J,Davo»n Police Magistrate : J am* fejtei- ' (Beck of Petty Sessions : B. Zoneh Acting 8ub-In«pector Lynch ? Senior-oonst&blo Downey and tnree Seni^Kble Oliver and 7 eons tahlea. OoVBX oi Biwhis. Post ud Tsubobafb Dbpasxxsbt. Postmaatw: W. Wee there II 1 Aasstaat: J. Foley Operator j J. H. Plunkett TBKB*. 3D«naoi Coma. Judge: His Honor D. Forbee. Renstxar : E. Zouch.. - ' B^iffTj, Davorec. ^ m r^;*: ^ Titrf''* floeriiAT.. . . President: Vioe-Premden^. \v , - r ^ Oommittee : ]P-- ^ Burgeon; Dr.Crawf ord ^^^^^^^M^.I.,O.O.F JfobJeffiaM: S^Phillipe eSte ' BedbBdgawteoant; J.».Sigg.- P^LUU rg - ffrmTW jiraihni 'Orroirs. J;ri' of Affldayj^: P.
PROGRESS COMMITTEE ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Temora Herald and Mining Journal — 6 April 1883
PROGRESS COMMITTEE ELEC TION. -* Ok Monday evening next the present Pi ogress Committee will render an aocount ot their past doings, and nominations will be received for their euooeasors. In consequence of the failure voters at the last election to contribute voluntarily towards inciden tal expenses incurred by die Commit tee, on behalf of the public, it has been deemed advisable to impose a fee of one shilling on all persona claiming to vote, we nave nooojaction to tbie arrangement, seeing that voluntaryism is a failure. It is only bur that if die Committee give their time the public at Isige ehoald defray incidental ex penses. If the privilege of voting is not worth ane diilUng it is worth very little. The Progress Committee has besoms a vecoguaed institution, re garded as tha mouthpiece of the eiti sena, having a great power for good or evil ; we trust, therefore, that miners, free-saleotors, and others who have an interest in the welfare of the place will roll ap at the poll and...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Temora Herald and Mining Journal — 6 April 1883
'e Hotel) Hoakins-strset «e„ ? m ? !!_ UK. 1'iuKK DITTO RES, Accrm-'i,r*, MtKIKO ,**» BDAHK wmwaa, TIM OKA. |*-1.ATO8 negotiated for. tad Scrip V * bought Mid %ld on Commission. t\uiVei-onflr»t-1a^y-ln*r, Wsibounis, end Adelaide..' JOHN BRXDGB, KTOSEV. WOOL AND;PRODtTCEBROKER LITS STOCK. AND STATION AGENT. 75 TO OUR SUBSCRIBERS. TTlBOM and after lk» Fitst day of r April.fwhioh; will oommenoe a fresh quarter, the Subscription to the Tekom Hxrald will be S/*- _ per quarter paid In advanos. Subscribers will thai be supplied with Tro fcraw per week, containing the latest intelli gence at the not prioe m lor one inae. No Advertisement booked in the Tsmoka Hxiulld end Mining Jour under FIVE SHILLINGS. 'W. H. L. BAILEY. Mar& 26th 1B88.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Temora Herald and Mining Journal — 6 April 1883
- *. J^teirffimmock^ ;? j ' * '^rms^kjM and beta.il peo «. rTM%w3&- *«-%? .*«*y bwt ot 1 JM-Vchaff,, maize, oats, , VBEAlfc' POLLAED. to., wliioh bo ' f*elU at the lowest possible prioo. AH OHAFF Onaranteod well out j ? awHretffrom wi re or straw. ? '? Sl --t— ^ ? 1 Ok -?' -v - ,.-???- ? « ;/ X'-' ' v/ ' #|3 ' |g:v|lL. J*' j. STAUB Y, ' * Tosaoia.) ^ ^ ry't'xif k H ARE DEOK EH, 1 * jjraoe 8M*«t, ITcrboHon, via Port ' p 'DoirgUsa. Queensland. * in BriiUnn, Sydney , Mtil ?Jxwrae,' Adelaide, mid He* bfelaud. '. Un Ores pwihasoil, and overy information ' . afTonted with regard to tin llfiberton, the , ^jBoat wonderful tin Biiwtitaat. 885 ' nracHASE'S MEDICAL DISPENSARY ] Adjoining Sydney House, HO £ K.l .* S STBKIi-.T, Tutoiu. E. PURCHASE. M.P.8., MONEKR CHEMIST AN!) OPERATIVE , dentist, 1 Jt^iiiUndlQr.lbA Uonrdoi'l'lmrii)^, N.8.W, ]j J . lai the (JiucoHluid Medical Board. j. Pwrnwrtywilh Homict Aim Fox, London, ?Gfreialita to Ibo Qapen ; also Assistant , 5 . to Da. i»v, 8urc»on...
LIBERTY OF THE PRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Temora Herald and Mining Journal — 6 April 1883
UBEK1XQF XSBFBKSS. | la tha case of Charles Hard; v Wma Wngim Aivrrtinr. triad alt' laat Wagga Car «aul Gout. Mora JBv Honor Sir tieorge j dunes, tbs learned Jndge in bia slimming j ?aid;— 'Tha public had a perfect right, as , Wl aa newspaper*, to eommast upon the SBtiona «l any men in padilic positions, whs- 1 tbnrthey wan judges, nhriMara of religion, \ aa nambannf a covernment. Pablie attar- : oases oomingfnwn a newspaper nasi sot be stamped srneo dueling with public mattara. In ibis esse Mr Hsrdy was a peblic «ootr*c tw, and bia astisns war* therefore «pea to mitirinm. Wo aartartf — * eritiaism aa» eatoalatol to gjata bim or tret. aa long aa it' Wat fait, aad dace is the'tstaasto at ths ; pahiic.' ? j
JOHN BRIDGE'S WEEKLY REPORT [Newspaper Article] — Temora Herald and Mining Journal — 6 April 1883
JOHN BBfiDGE'S WSEKLT SKPOHT j tastbsr.— ' So iapieisuient ia pilose eu be reported, although shocks an IklMhr aa H» nImww m concerned. My salea this week at suction and privately included soteatSJtoSd; kip *t ltd to 1W; tweedf atUdtolld; callatlSd toS2d; iiarnsaaat titoUt; Uda«t1iteUi Hrtna wi in -nine from 5( to 3is aecori* IO| go steignt ?» ssananess. Bones sloo-sifl aeoordtBB xnadan* at from 5s to Jlator shanks, «ad about 8a lor eoaunoa bona, » Sair ot all aorta sells m%-WI at 1M '* '^4ol*Jtfi;,xa«i»mlinl*«-T«aalia»olSd, awiiiiilini to adeanuess. Sessatsx ia in lair dsassad at 8d to lid. -WbMt it in nihtr bettor demand again, mud there are bsyera at St Id to (add. Maise baa bssa-eety anna tor some dayi pact, and ia sow wostli 3s Sd to 3s 7d, tbe .market being tan. JUtobiO. J88J.