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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser — 14 September 1894

, ' IMITATION is .the STNCERKST FLATTERY.' .*? The articles nioRt imitated are CLEMENTS TONIC and ; FLETCHER'S PILLS. ? WHY? .BECAUSE they hate the best re futation and are most, in demandjhjt the public, consequently, eveiy di^j honest trader tries to trade on -their fame and jenown. It is really 'wonderful that' the Australian people are so slow to see the truth as regards the unscrupulous quacks and charlatans who prey on the credulity of the Australian pub lic- Scarcely a week ever passes hat wliat tlie press exposes the barefaced and shf/tneful ? practices of some of tliese harpies, yet iu faoe of all ihey seem to thrive, and the , paper who hounds them down most,1 thrives: fattest on thteir advertisements and cracks chnniprt^hs .byer each baliim e- . sh pet. Clemeii'ts Tonic and Fletcher's '? Pills have never yet Rtxjoped to? deception- and misrepreReutariori. They- are scientific ? therapeutical apents, and evidetioe -is to , thVir value caii he found. in every. .district, , ...

Publication Title: Wyalong Star And Temora And Barmedman Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MINING. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser — 14 September 1894

MINING. Oeffcrs and party have received the returns troni 24 tons of Christmas j Gift, stone treated at tho Barmednian battery. This stone has been in Banned i-nan for some time and as far | as we can learn was expected to H;ive a 2-iz return. It, slionld have ] hei'.n satisfactory news for them to luiirn that they had 2oz lldwts turned out. A big par -el of stone from Fors'ter and party's Wulco.hio Stranger claim is now idling through Gonsrh's bat tery. The last lot yielded 3:-z. odwts. but this stone is expected to do even '.letter, and a live oitiie.e i-etnwi is whispered about, iik beiiiff possible. Tliis claim is considered by many the liest on the field, and the stone, taken --ut is both very i icli and easily obtained. The total crush inpfs at- the Bar inedman battery since .starting' on September 4th amount to 52 tons, owned by three parties, which gave a gross return of 110 ounces lGihvts of gold. The principal part, of this stone was from the Christmas Gift, and the Victor...

Publication Title: Wyalong Star And Temora And Barmedman Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Wyalong Small Debt[?] Court. Wednesday, September 12. (Before Messrs. H. J. Woods, a[?] Condor, Js.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser — 14 September 1894

Wyalong Small Debt!1 Court. So Wednesday, September 12. I (Before 'Messrs. H. J. Woods, an® Condor, Jb.P.) I W. Hunter v.' W. 'Cole.— Claim fcfllal goods sold. Judgment for plaintiff Icdil .costs. ? ; J. Kenny v. D. Nicholson. — Claim I&lij, 6/6 fdr bread smipli'ed.; .Mr. . DightnB y plaintiff. No appearance of defeoHj Judgment for plaintiff with costs. Ijj mediate- execution. I ? JE. Doney, C. Cowan, ^ind J. Morel Poake, Adams and Hobbs. Mr. C( for defendants. No Appearance of I tiffs. Claim for dishonored pro. noli Judgment ^for^ defendants, ,!rith^ cos three 'witnesses; ? ^ 1 If ° '* ,m ' C. Atkins v. J. Cetta. — Claim fori for board: ' No appearivace of defao Judgment for plaintiff with cost®. P. Foster v. J. Has3ett.— -Claim fo 0/7, goods 6old.,r8tr. Coonaaj.tor plai No appearanoti' of 1 'defepiilV- J,l-^ tor plaintiff witti costs*.'' Souden v; 'Gardner1 and Co. — £14 for rent. Mr. Griffith for pi'* Mr. Coonan for defendants'. ' Plaintiff 1 deposed thit lie let a stoi W...

Publication Title: Wyalong Star And Temora And Barmedman Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Hospital Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser — 14 September 1894

Hojspital Meeting. ? v ? .. A meeting of Ihe', Wvalonp Hospiial Coiniriitict* was. held at Prince's Htitid oil Tuesday evening. JJreseiit— Messrs. }F, Neeld, sen. (President), F. Chnnnon, J. W. Broughton, F. O'Neill, T. A. Crowe, Dr. Grieves, and the Secretary. The minutes of-tno previous .meetings wCre read and continued. ... llie ireaaurer ri-porrea mat tne creaii balance of the Hospital ordinary nccnunt was about ±70. The Hospital Ball, which is to take place on Sept. 21st, will probably add £°2-l to this amount. Tlie following correspondence was read : — From the Chief Secretary's office, acknowledging receipt of an auplication from the Committee, for a further grant of £5m) for Hospital building purposes, and stilting that the application would be placed with others of a similar nature For consideration when the next esti mates are under consideration. Oil the motion of Mr. Crowe, seconded by Mr. O'Neill, tlie Secretary wis in structed to a:;ain write, pointing out the impossib...

Publication Title: Wyalong Star And Temora And Barmedman Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 12TH [?] (Before Messrs. F. Conder, H. J and R. Cassin, J's.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser — 14 September 1894

?f l'OC Wkdjtbsdat, Septehbeb 12t:i I iiad (Before Me3;rs. F. Cijider, H. J.I and R. Cassin, J's.P.) f Arthur Arm strong was charge stealing two pairs ot b -ots, the prni E. Carroll, at Wyalong West, on t inst. Constable Hughes deposed — day afternoon about six p.m. walking aloay the road and saw i carrying something under his arm. him what he had. Ho said, ' Two i boots,' which he produced. Th uow utuui-e me co ut. ASKe-1 liiui r S1 he got them from. He said, a mate Co named Tom James, had givei thorn tirti wlieiTat bis caiiip Asked where tli t»-i was. He said he wasn't quite si rtli was a bark hut about 100 yards ai ]tr tl asked biui to atxiouipany me to try i hi. the o.iinp. Wo enquired of d people, but could uo't fi id any sue! — We then went down to the. tow k said Ted Smith and others ltuew Smitli and others 'deuied all tnowl him; Accused said he aud.Jauiei ? ¥ drink together at Carvill's' a shot '. before -fi p.nu -. i I asked if James I bo its when in the bar. fHe uaid, 'j «...

Publication Title: Wyalong Star And Temora And Barmedman Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Stud Horses. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser — 14 September 1894

Stud Horses. Stodmastees ate beginning to send in their notifications, and the attention of breeders is directed to the announce ments . appearing in this issue. At Bygaloree, Mr. McLeod has the hand some and fashionably-bred Silver Prince, hv Anteros from Sylvia. Anteros, in his i-ew Ai('Hi;uiu uonie, produced some very fast stock, including the famous Niagara, and his sire was one of the most fashionably-bred horses in England. When we come to the dam, the Talue of Silver Prince is more than doubly enhanced. The name of Sylvia, the dam of Bobin Hood, Martini-Henry, Golds hornugh, &c., and liy Fisherman from Juliet, is perhaps belter known, and the merits of its owner, as a dam of race horses, more appreciated tliau that of uny mare in Australia. At Barmeflman, Mr. Maddison has Hamilton, ..announced - as being at the service of the public. We have not yet se^li tliis horse,, but we learn that, in j appearao'oe,' lie .forcibly 'displays the j quality i^rTiicli his;1pedu;ree ...

Publication Title: Wyalong Star And Temora And Barmedman Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Democratic Club. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser — 14 September 1894

Democratic Club. U1 Jftday JugliJ wt tlie usual nicet - sbni* nbove wash'i'ld in tlie Club's eg Siini! to the (net weather llie [,.««; .of- visitors «a« very mini I, e S present put i u a very enj - iyabi-? toldla lialf. I wiBjixedingS opened with a short ockflv Mr.Tibbert Walker 6h ''' lti -6 Wepressipu,' . M r.- WiulUer said 'P.JIparts -|f the world, mid iinde-- P«®of gnverhnvenl.tlie people were .?with industrial- depression. ^JBpcopIo ascrUu'd.t liis lo various ^^?ic (tlie speaker) would deal I(,^Buiii.- an-.- economic standpoint. jwere. pttt fnrward liy; jlj^Bjforiner?- ti) riire tlifs evil, j Heid and O'Siillivan type | I'is own pet theory, mpsjly j iboHit these people require**-, ii lot - B'ing. JV either Froetrade nor sedHg were Ihe cWbc of industrial jadBti, nor ..could either ioiF. these Brure Oit**ii.-' Trades-unionism lioeqMdanied as thecaiiseof SJjW«. InSVad of heing the causae, o9 liad befn one of the. Hiliiej; ,n9.ns unions hare been iiAjarialil^r I heV *'ie unemploye...

Publication Title: Wyalong Star And Temora And Barmedman Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Football Match. WYALONG W[?] OUR BOYS. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser — 14 September 1894

Football Match. WvaTjOsg Wrsr v. Otis 'Rors. On ,-3. it in y jii, .vy t(=rt!HS !l»:ll!l 111''; ill tl-u'Vulv on the ground of the former: The weatiier was not of a very inviting nature for out door sport, but a goodly -number of specta tors were present. Some difficulty was experienced in getting full teams, but this'; was satisfactorily ari arnred, and the teams captained respectively by J. Neeld and HV' Butsoa, took the field. . The ball was bounced at about 2.15, the visitors, with the wind in their favor, kicking for the eastern goal. Play was very lively from tlie bounce and the leather was kept going but the Wests had it pretty much their.. own way, their marking being very good, especially that of Out ram, Bohau, Jlaguire, and ' Ikey.' After some very good play ' Ikey ' got away with the'ball and marked to Oiitram; who potted the first goal for the Wests. Centreing the ball again Kiug and Cassin got in some good work for the Our Boys Bnd at one time had their opponents goal i...

Publication Title: Wyalong Star And Temora And Barmedman Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
[?]ig Warden's Court. [?]URDAY, SEPTEMBER 8. [?]re Mr. Warden Baker. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser — 14 September 1894

Jig Warden's Court. JXTBDir, SEeJ^SiEa 8, re life WavleifcBaieiL)^ - v. Smith and parly. — Tins been adjuurned-frcMii tlie jy, the Warden hnviug recom auiicable settlement, p, for piuiutyff, said liis client finite to maVfluny scyltjutfiil^ , take it W-'necessary, Ho ii ' irt. I-' J irtlen said as he fully- Tecog nfcessilv fur iiiacliincrv on a lie Jiad given this fuse very our It t, 1iut could anivo at no iiou than to give judgment for io/i^dtsmisseS. s v. Snoudeu. Clunn for uii inndoned share in tlie jN'ow !I),-Wyulo|lg. r Stan for defendant. fit hud been sued by plaintiff i lor Minus, i'lmntiff aliecoJ Jaut would neither norH nor a sincc that tune. nit deposed ill Jit t lie claim liad icily represented, Uitl- not shaft because it had been -a' crushing to be no j-ooil . rd for tive months. trenching mix for iujo).liQf reef. _ . ii den said he did not believe in ij; kept in a dogin tlie .manner j ml in this case tlie aiSjilicnirt il uu tlie wrong tree. A. simple [iul*li^v been to a...

Publication Title: Wyalong Star And Temora And Barmedman Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Wyalong Police Court. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 11TH, 1894. (Before Messrs. F. Conder and J. D. Brierley, Js.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser — 14 September 1894

Wyalong Police Court. Tuesday, Srptembkb 11th, 1894. (Before Messrs. F. Condor and J. D. Brier lev, Js.P.) H. Caspers v. AV. Anderson. Illegal de tention of a horse, village cart, and har ness, value £15. Mr. Coonan for plaintiff. Constable Pocock deposed that he knew j defendant Auderson. He was plaintiff against Caspers in a case heard on Sept. 4, which had been postponed to that dayv. H. Caspers oepose'd that he 'was a pro- ; fessional tuner, residing at Wyalong. Made the property at 10/- per week, to be re turned iu good order. Sent him notice de manding return of the property on lug. 27 (copy produced.) Defendant . still de tained it. The Bench made an order for the return of the property on or before Thursday, 13th in it, Andrew J. Long summoned John Daw son for an assault committed on Sept. 5. There was also a cross-summons by Daw son against Long for assault. The casea were heard together. Mr, Coonan appeared for Dawson. James Howison, miner, deposed that on Sept. 4 about 4 ...

Publication Title: Wyalong Star And Temora And Barmedman Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser — 14 September 1894

W ate lies \ KK^GUARANTKED TO GIVE /\_ EVERY SATISFACTION, OTHER WISE' WILL BE EXCHANGED. ^Send, Mf Price List, Illustrated, Dost freeQ, _-?: e'lb GEORGE STREET, S YDNEY, Opposite Mie Kaiiway (Station, Sydney. * ^O/ 4 -The Unrivnlled kky- / QA A«V-yS. t less Watch. A ) 1_| '? V Strong, ' Reliable Watch. '1 ? ( English Lever, full-jewel- Sfjaf lv/.J. ( led, 2 years' guaiantee. * Mjr uuequaliea English { Lever, patent action, 3 ' .Veai'.s,Jgttiirantee. f*J ?( My Ki-y or Keyless Lever, ( eoiApttiiiatian balance, pateni lion, V, years' irUiLrantee. --- ? «. 'j First-class Key or Keyless Lever, full covered cap, patent, band finished, 4- years' guarantee. ,.| First-class Key or Keyless Ettg ; lisK Lever, competition balance, full covcred cap, hand finished,- f- years' guarantee. £S lThe ACME English Lever, full Vcbroiioniefor balance, adjusted, 15 ruby jewels, a correct time-keeper, 0 Jrenra'.guariLntee. Fly-hack Minute CHRONOGRAPHS, JES 8s. The SPORTSMAN, JEW 10s. Six years* siutrnnt-'....

Publication Title: Wyalong Star And Temora And Barmedman Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser — 14 September 1894

SOLICITOR, mg Wept-, and Caasiu-srreet, ? Wy&long. met: for' Affidavits for New nth ? Wales, Queensland, and Victoria. [A CAED.] . !, T.T¥0NftN, IINFY, SOLlOITOli and pimo'j'oR. ?????? - Nkxt Rank ok New South Walks. ITK^feT. WY ALONG WEST. B I U C KEY, Auctioneer Commission Agent, TEMORA. )BERT DRISCOLL OK, ATTORNEY, PROCTOR KD CONVEYANCER, fRS-STREET, TliMORA. de 'W. MASSIH, ;i;y, solicitor and PROCTOR. jEKINS-STEEET, Tf,MORA, -es— Next Empire Hotel. ? ? : ? : ? ? — ? ? ? jak«r, |4ia., AECHITECT, INS-STREET, TEMORA, INT3 WYALONG §..JP«nf&»s, SOLICITOR, SliER-for iFFIDOT, MAY HE CONSULTED . ley and .Woods' Building:. iosite Registiir's Offico), l I. O JW :& '.SIT E S T ?? f f IT H , Wf^fiQHOITOn, -'»-?-. . PROcffin, kit's Post Office Hotel. i'ALONG WEST. 50R AN^SXEDDEN. - m.KgW'rt&iEiM, ims-srafej^ Femora, inform the^^iblic of Temora fctriet that they are still carry isiness in the- above . line, iuid lefping tlie best ofBoefand merit a share of supp...

Publication Title: Wyalong Star And Temora And Barmedman Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Latest Telegrams. LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser — 14 September 1894

Latest Telegrams. .. ? Lonj?o\,_. Wednesday. Japan lias concluded' a treaty with Corea ot the request of Corea. Japan undertakes to expel the Chinese and maintain the integrity of - the country. The treaty will reuiaiu .iuiorce till the teroiinfetjop of the war!' ; ; ; (; ?' l ' SvDKEf^TlnirVday. The. Secretary 'of . tho Pastor.ilisls tTiMbn.li.as iiyiNkicn to die C^rk of Awards s (a n c tliat ili 0^ Pa slira 1 i t ts had no.diH p 1 1 fSji e'-y mpl itj-ees, who, pre per fect lysatisfied with jtheUornis ! tire epi ployers JiaAe itfferetli an4- under which many continue working. '_ A meeting attended by about three hundred Pastornlisls and ^others .was held at: the Conlenkry Hall, Sjdney, yesterday. A motion was Tinnn i mou slv adopted' urging the Goverument to tuke such furl In'* steps as was necessary ta keep tine highways clear and protect the liberty Snf persons proceeding about their lawful tbusinesBi also to have. all camps formed on private | and public lauds declared an unlawf...

Publication Title: Wyalong Star And Temora And Barmedman Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Local and District News. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser — 14 September 1894

Local and District News. Tim public -cliool at Wy.-ilona has not yet been opened, and the Progress I'Oinmitlce arc muving in the matter. Mil. McICo'NRV. the head of the Water Conservati -:i l-j|) irtment was expected to arrive in Wyalong last uiglit. t'--'''-': ? ? propel y iiniier me hauniier of I lie S nail Debts liailitt' took place this week, tin: biddiog nut being of a brisk character. Tiik Hospital liall oil 2lMt pronvscs to be an iiiKjnulilied success, judging liv tlie «a.y in wliich tickets are being purchased. This is largely due (o the exertions of t lie Ladies Conuiiitlee. Notwithstanding the inelemoat weather and the terrible state of tho road', a number ot the Wyalong folk went, to see the Temora Show, which took place oj Wednesday and yesterday. Oue readers will be pleased to learn that Mr. F. W. Reay, the well-known Chemist, who left Wyaloag recently in a state of ill health, I1113 returned, iu a very much im proved condition, and resumed business. M«. P. A. M AiiyCEs...

Publication Title: Wyalong Star And Temora And Barmedman Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser — 18 September 1894

?-. ? . ?? , .... ? : - H. Rnrom's for Spring Mntf IDssi^. AU cIbsfW of Bedding »nndc on the Jvrrinigfs. .* Next to Nixon'*.* Doa Fottns snppliod. fillcf ftp. nnit tegistered nt Tiixou'h (Stationcffis Hull), Wyalong \V\ j ).* Tobacco, Cignrs. C'twrpiiPtfr fend efprv thiiitr required tiy Smokers, (it Nikon's Stationers' HnJI.* Gusoi. Riflm. Revolvers, Cartridges, iinrt all Description* of Aiii'iiitnititfn nt. Nixoii's (Stationers Hall), Wy;\lon™ We kf * Doo Proprietor* mint register tbeir Canine Pet« during Septemlii-r. Forms supplied. filled up. nnd resrintered at Nixon'* (Stationers Hall), Wyalong West.* If you dusire your railway pnrccfs/ large tor small, carefully handled, nnd fnrtftvrded her reliable carriers, send your instructing V- Gdllujj and Co., agents for Permefr'ati Wriglit and Co., forwarding agents, femora.* Rkad, made, jvnd inwardly digest that : 'Nixon' (Stationers Hall) nearly opposite the Post Office, is the best and cheapest shopiii . Wjralong W«t for nil ' your '...

Publication Title: Wyalong Star And Temora And Barmedman Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Arrival and Despatch of [?] mails [?] from Wyalong Post Office. —-:O:—- ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser — 18 September 1894

Arrival and Despatch olflKuis from Wyalong Post tiipF [?] M *tt,B nmc and Bnr mMman on; Mondays, W^dneadityR. ?fund F-Mnys &tt 10%)Snr ©n ^TimsdnvS, Th«K d*v*,snd Saturdays at 7 ao p.m. Prom QonYiiDenl.Tovinlup nnd 16 uiile Tank daily (Sunday excepN) it ' u T» ... _ 7%l*r^'tJrfgarie on Tuesd&vsandFffdlays |P*4&n.\-.f f.:| if 'it . vf , - | £ Dj^P ARTERIES. ?? ~ '?r . IMIr Sep«rt for .Sarnipdinan anrJ Te mora daily (Sntidny excpptfdt at 5 a m. t For Government Townahm and lfi-milo IWrtc d:-ilv (Srtnday exoepfi'dVnt 11 a.m. Untmrie on Tuesdays and Satur tinys at 8.30 pjn. Mails for these places close at 9.30 pit vious nip-ht. i IWm B*.w. Th'«-p.nri.; p*«H-pt on FUindays, wImi IftfMt are delivered from it n.m. to in x.m. Money order and Biirin^rs Bank open d»:V.T (Sunday excepted) from 10 a.m. tp fi D.m.

Publication Title: Wyalong Star And Temora And Barmedman Advertiser, The
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(To the Editor of the Wyalong Star.) [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser — 18 September 1894

/(Xoithe J£d,ltor of the \F^fH-ong Star.) 1 §y;,-^Jfoi-r rn»tempf-biry' s Inst issue .ront/iins a comin'inic^lipji the heading line wherep.f (ipfprm?— prcsp ipjvltly jesjt— ^llfwe .who may drare jwrused it that 'Tits -yttnn.led as a Mining' Ueporl | |i[?) 'JT. AV-. |{Li;ii;ip ({iawler ojjt of ^'pod ,I|:it|ire, .^pd ,-vjtli .p .desire to^mfiKp t.jre* pumic^ntehded liiscluripus.profliiction toj aMni'i rtjiqt.epd; I Iijvvc ,tp (;pnij|limeht him.'pp his Miu-'ri&s pjjtJi.fjijfiers at jleiist.; ^Villi 'Ufie cQrii/prreiiii -f nwny . pj her' Chafers ilV»«ers men onjtliis jk. ' 'mjfjik ' ,{p '.M.r- il-f'V?fi'8 jstatf-. ito ;tJVe .suiiiwrity i.^ cjiflritct^r j it||e ,0)i/iri^ ,3,'c(pTr!8, and . VVy^lpngl |ieJ4s.., (In.^oiPnf'^gJe .ptjintj'n formi-r (ioii, ;epii(|try, . rock, r, nwtfi Jfql Jjr, jgku-^ tfii^,.yjB|d-^,vepf,Kold^arryi^^eitji4*sj donsW^flkwig.rciseiiilile^lmrtersTpw^rs:, }lr. i^p-J^r wi M ;f^r^irB lih)jr(flrs' Tf--vers1 ' liiiilets ^Jiereiif iWqyvgive ihf ip' ,fr(k|(i'|f(-...

Publication Title: Wyalong Star And Temora And Barmedman Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
OPEN COLUMN. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser — 18 September 1894

OPEN CPVyyN. [Thb public nf(ll please Tmderqtfltl{'. [that ' though we pp^lifs'i t|ie contri^mtlons of correspoadeflts, wlitp tlie subjects treated are of public impnrtaucfi, and offensive, or personal, references are. avoided, we do not always endorse .the') ppiuious.qf the wiiterf .' jpdl fepptijiljpL- ' (^)oas ljc- «-;conipenied i/y the ' . Jiaiue aua address of the writer— ?ot necessai ily for publication, but as a guarantee of gpod faith.]

Publication Title: Wyalong Star And Temora And Barmedman Advertiser, The
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CATHOLIC [?] [?] STATIONS:— [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser — 18 September 1894

' |CATliOLlG. ; J . ,m t a ^ tt : -i*i t ST3 i I ri I fi« ^ ' r i ? - ' v : ? ? , fSTAXK IttSJrr I f~~ jy.jr. Fo&^yrr. |

Publication Title: Wyalong Star And Temora And Barmedman Advertiser, The
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser — 18 September 1894

Auctioneer, Valuator, fining and General jCijrnaiission: Agent! AgKNCJKS: Xew Zealanp J?i«e iKsrnANcn Cp. lioyAL K^'i (4a.\GE Asstjiance (Fjhe) Rf LfigUON. (Fiif RUks taken at Lowfsl itatfsj . Aiistualiak Widows' Fund Litg ^sspij ANCF. SoCllvTY. (Ij'fp jlssu aiiccs cJTcried at Low fsf. Rates.J Pacing & Co.'s Pia.n«)s OidjAjis. /Qn Ei)^y Ji'jpijoiiSON & Co.'b P^ijos f Tppiis: AND OlIGANS. J j HbIRON & tjMlTlf's BlLLlAlll) J'aHI.ES. [ Bakuv's Like pf C-V^PHhs, \Vya[.okg AND TK$tfl|?A. . K. J. King, Pike HiJjIj Jiisuv ^ Cp., \\'vA{,pjiQ t-AW Mills. ^pptii-nt'niiis ma ilp /$!?? «// Warden's Ciiffi'f -rHfl nihil M (-4- A yCTIti^ S.^^KS of HJprrhaillljM1, I\. Shares, ^aiid, mid *-!')(.? If, (Ton ductcd. Bpgular Weclc|y Sides held. .MiniiigSuprp(i||,ys|h'i|i.s uiidcrti|jieii. Valuations \ladp, Jio«|l(f 'A «|t4 i tt-(4 , j/jrp »i]d Jvifp insurances cftVctiid. FOE PRIVATE S4LE. 0,048 two-year old Ewes ; 2,300 aged Ewes, tat siud well woollud ; 2,ooo mixed oue.-ye;u--o...

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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