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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Temora Herald and Mining Journal — 2 May 1882

yOTiCt TO CORK l-0 XI) EXl'S. J. D. Yuu Utfd Uvt /ear about Mr Iltch, tht (Jovrrt.tntnt -VM'i ry«f , bring iujlu tneed ly aomt would-be t-jhcioua prrauut, vith rtyapd to tht rrct lltek* u biyuHti b-ing if flutn-rd mi awh imit et I, h i C'ta tried on with Mr James, but it teoa no go, D'juit, and /ear not ; /W tht tnd* thou aimUt at be tfty Country #, Thy God's, and Truth**. THK TEMOKA HEHA1.1-. TVKSItA MA 1' 'J, 18S2.

Publication Title: Temora Herald And Mining Journal
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Temora Herald and Mining Journal — 2 May 1882

?Jj^TK, W. P. DI BOOS, A*T T 0 It N 1 Y, SOLIOITOII AMD 'PnoOTOfti* HOSKUte-Br., TEUOBK. Offioei— Next Port Ml Td«gr*ph OffleM 100 jyjH. n! hbalt, AtroKNEy, Solicitor, Proctor, OOOTAMUNDEA, ^WSf^ttfertir ? iflb/ Wa'hW. -km- Temora, when his services at# M* quired. * R. JOHN EIJSBKI/L, Attorney, Solicitor, and Proctor. BUEBOWA - STREET, TO UNO. FRANK DETOB.ES, MIKING AGENT AND SHARE BBOKER, IEMOEA. TV/TINING CLAIMS purchased or ?- -W-L negotiated for on commission. Correspondents ia Sydney, Mel bourne, and Adelaide- HO CJ. BUCKLAND,. Stock, Station, ani* . Laud Agent. Haft special facilities for commanding lowest rates of Freights and Insurances, & o., for WOOL, Ac.,, if reserved prices are not ? obtained in Sydney, Station supplies pur chased, List of properties for 6ate on view. Xand agency work of All lands has personal attention. Honey lent on Stations, Stock, Freehold , rotates, and country or town properties, Very liberal advances made on clips of Wool. Offices : Exchan...

Publication Title: Temora Herald And Mining Journal
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THE "PLASTERER" AND THE PROGRESS COMMITTEE. [Newspaper Article] — Temora Herald and Mining Journal — 2 May 1882

X11E ' PJjASTlOlt KH ' AND T1IE PlUXiHESS COMMITTEE. Tub wily i-ilitur. o( a loc-nl jiriut, in liie Inst ciTuk'ihii, jiroimrntury to tin dotliiraliou of tho jmll fur the l'ro gn^hOomniiUcv — with lmprrcodinted artfulnciH, to jiruv-*ni wluit might l« ditunU'ou« to koiuu of thodifclionuvitbly raturuod caml'ilnU'8 to thut boily us- ' remOBontutiveii of thu iiuo(ilo ol Tt mora— attompt«, by eide-wiuds, inuon does, aod ?? foul nsyti'Moua,'' ou ►oun of those concerned iu bringing to light the shady transactions of cortiiin — to lliroir du.t iu the vyvi i ol the ?? body politic.' iu order to eorv- ends dogi tiding, and may we eay die hoiiett. 'With an effort wurihy of a sorccrer, ho compares tlie antagonists of a certuin clique to Homer's ' Old Man of the Sea, ' Proteus, attribut ing 1)11 the ' chameleon ' character istics of this celebrated Homeric notability to the Temora '? Old Man' — whom no one who knows the person himself could but say ' Thou art tho man for tho writer of Saturday's ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Temora Herald and Mining Journal — 2 May 1882

Drapery! Drapery! Drapery. TO SUIT ALL SHADES OF THE PL BLIC TASTE \ BOTH AS TO PKICE, QUALITY, VAUIETY, QUANTITY, And Evory Otbor Noooaaary A.ooompanimont, at S'2'X)3SrE'2' HOUSE Purohisore of lion's OlethlagwIU have Special Advantage The Largest Stock In Temora to ^ Choose from. I Good Souad Articles at Vory Mode rate Pricos Every Variety of Style. ^ A Large Assortment to Choose from A Visit of Inspoetion Bequested, and Comparison ? DRAPERY MILLINERY [EN'S CLOTHING IOYS' CLOTHING BLANKETS FLANNELS DRESS STUFFS JACKETS SKIRTS BOOTS. Specialities and Noooiurin fbr [ Children and Ladles. | All the New Fashions and Colors. |- Prioes that will Astonish All- K A Diversity of Oolorlngs Charming. Jm, Everything Likely to be fieqnlred- fl| Novelties In Bats and Toques. Don't Neglect to Come and Have a ? Look. ? White blankets, Cs 9d, 10s, 14a 6d, 16s, 18s, and up to 32s Cu Blue blankets, 7s 9-1, 10s 9d, nnd 15s Grey blankets, 5s lid ; extra size do, 9s°6d Scarlet blankets from 12s Cd Austr...

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Latest Telegrams. MELBOURNE, Saturday. THE INTERCOLONIAL BOAT RACE. [Newspaper Article] — Temora Herald and Mining Journal — 2 May 1882

Latesi Telegrams. (From oun owa* ConnEsroNDENTs.) j Mfc'LBocnKE, Saturday, j THE INTERCOLONIAL BOAT BACK. At Ibu lutwojoniwl KiplM»0,ir nice, arbicli took place over tbe chumi'iou ccurnc tbix utlfmoon, Uie attcudauce vary lar^'. Tbe wathtr was coM. Gr«al iutornu w«s t.iki n in the race. A larg.' number or Sydney vicitora wure prenfut exhibited ttiuob wiibupiafui on tbe result of tin* mce At tbe fturi the cv»w toon tUe l»a^, whicb lb-y bold until Ibe CuieU, winning easily. [Tbe remainder of our t«l«'graiD8, fiom some uuacc.'untalilo cautso, did uot r- acU u iu tim« l»r Ibif woruiun's - strly coition, but will be published as tm exit* Inlur iu tbe day. Mimno brokiug is now Ibe order of tbe day, nnd nearly ev-ry eeeood pprson you meet— * iuclurtiog law limbp, etorfk^pcrs, nnd others — tttop yon, and want you to go luto * good iblng. . A great d^ol of mypf^ry about tho »uam« roek directors* movftufnts. A prior Jim io iu Ik*( icaoe ft poem* ' Why do I love Uje»* ?' Tbe arqutl is fliown b...

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DEPARTURE AND ARRIVAL OF THE EUROPEAN MAILS. [?] CALIFORXIA. [Newspaper Article] — Temora Herald and Mining Journal — 5 May 1882

DEPABTCltE ASn AS&lVAli OF THK EUROPEAN MAU--?. vi# ciunnxu. UUVK STDSEV. j ABKIVB KYCMT. April ? ? 2d!.A2iri! ? ? ? *?' ' May ? lS|M«v„ ? I Jaae ? ....iSUane ? ? 3 July ? ? ? ? ..... 3 August ? ? *0,iul.v.. ? ? ? ? Si Septum l**r .... ... ? ? vr October ? ? 'SortPwlH^- ? ? ? ? 2 ; »cto'.H-r ? ^1 Kovoaber — ? !P^«?uttilw ? .!-? lii?combcr ? ? ^&;l-«cei&ber ? ..iti ; ifmn. ............ 13

Publication Title: Temora Herald And Mining Journal
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TEMORA POST OFFICE TIME TABLE. [Newspaper Article] — Temora Herald and Mining Journal — 5 May 1882

TEMORA POST OFFICE TIME TABLE. Arrivals from — Sydney: Sunday, Tnesday, Wednes day, Thursday, Friday and Satur _ day, at 3 30 p.m Hailguaid: Sunday, Tuesday, Wed v nesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday, at S.80 p.m. Cootamundra: Sunday, Monday, Tues day, Wednesday, Thursday, Fri day and Saturday, at 3.30 p.m. Young: Monday. Wednesday and Friday at 5.30 p.m., by direct coach, and daily (except Monday by Cobb and Co. i Barznedman . — Saturday, Monday, and Thursday, at 4 p.m. Departures for — Sydney: Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Fri day, at noon Mailjguitrd : Sunday, Monday, Tues day, Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday, nt noon Cootamundra : Sunday. Monday, Tues day, Wednesday, Thursday, Fri day and Saturday, at noon Young: Tuesday Thursday, and Saturday, at 7 a_m., ahd daily (except Saturday) by Cobb & Co. Mails close half an hour prior to de TlHrftiro ATMntiflVfilrf Yniinvmail : which closes at 9 30 p.m. previonB night. Barmtdman. — Wednesday, Friday, and Sat...

Publication Title: Temora Herald And Mining Journal
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News Items. [Newspaper Article] — Temora Herald and Mining Journal — 5 May 1882

News Items, Arrangements are being mauc for placing the whole of the Governmeui Departments in telephonic connection with the ministerial rooms in the House of Commons. It is reported that 43-1 vessels I valued at 10. 195.230dol.. nil of which belonged to, and were bound to aud from ports in, the United Slates, we.,, lost during last year. A celebrated gin palnce iu one nf the lowest and poorest dens ia London turns over more than £8000 a week, and the proprietor drives his carriage and pair. A ludicrous misprint occurrod in a j recent issue of tho ' Christchurch Globs,' A recipe nf bacon rissoles begins thus : — ?? For these any remains of 'cold children' or veal can be used.' It is said that one of the singular superstitions which prevail among miners in the great Pennsylvania coal fields is that if anyone whistles in a mine, disaster is sure to follow. Stephen Ellis, a convict at Chatham, under sentence for life, made a des perate attempt lately to murder a warder, and was only p...

Publication Title: Temora Herald And Mining Journal
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YOUNG LICENSING COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Temora Herald and Mining Journal — 5 May 1882

YOUNG LICENSING COURT. The brst quarterly Kioonsing Court under the new Act was hold on Wed nesday Inst (says the ' Burronpong Chronicle' of 'April 2!)). In all, 93 oases were disposed of, and utt the re cords will snow, there were nine gran tod absolutely, the balnnoe being conditional on having their promises I up to the stuitdard required by the Aot within six months from the 1st May. The Cc.urt made it distinctly understood th:it in all cases the liceusos would thar. bo refused unless the de claration of compliance was lodged. Iu arriving at their decisions the Court was mainly guided by tbo report of the Licensing Inspector (Mr. bubin spector Dronnan). which statos that while at the time of making his inspec tion there wore but 1 1 strictly in ac cordance with tho requirement*. several oi tne proprietors were en gaged in making such alterations as, when completed, would bring their premises up to tho standard. In each case we have given tho report of tho Inspector, which may be...

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WARDEN'S COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Temora Herald and Mining Journal — 5 May 1882

WARDEN'S COURr. The usual waetly sitting of Wntden Da Boos* Court was held on Thursday last. Susp9nsioh of labor, frit six treeks, was gfapted to \V. S Qiail, as agent for l)r West nod usrty, for the G jldeu Junction, Upper Tomora, iu order tliat the (ioiui miy be fljjtoj iu Sydney. To John flay and parly, for throe ?mouths, of No. 1 \V. Jackson's, Bur uiodman, on the grounds of liariug too much water to contend with, and that machiuety 'trill have to be got for pumping. The application for suspension of labor cf the Hibernian Iteef extended, Sebastopitl,1 by Kills, Ciiriin, and party, was opposed by the adjacent clainihoMera. and fefused by the War don. ' James Hichards — 'better known as Brumnly — v. J. I). Green, This was an action to recover £108 -Is 8J, the value of a one-sixth share in the claim j known as the Flag of All NbKoub claim, at Upper Temora, siuce sold to the Temora United Company. Mr. W. P. de Boos for plaintiff. Jam'sa Biuhards deposed : 1 am tlie holder of ft' mi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Temora Herald and Mining Journal — 5 May 1882

W H. PALING. a OOLLAmJ^OOLLARD. BBOAgWOOK & SONS. W. S. PALING, 362 (horge-strcot. (Opposite Wynywd-St.,) Sydney. N.B. Ordors entrusted to AL1CX M OULLOCH, Tomora, will recoiv prom pt attention. £20,000 LEVIATHAN CONSULTATION ON THE MELBOURNE CUP. 7 th NOVEMBER. 1882. SUnSORIPTION, 80s. let, £8000: 2nd. £3000 ; 3rd, £1000. ? Starters (divided), £1000. Non-starters (dividod), £4000, KABLV APPLICATION INTITEl), WITH I1BTURN STAMPS, BANKERS- CITV HANK. These Consultations are advertised in all tho Colonies, California, Honolulu, Fiji, and Noumea. Addrecb— ' OCCIDENTAL,' Care of Edward Perhixs, Royal Eschntigej Hotel, Sydney, l'.S — Al' names and results strictly private, fm-le'tobacco works^ CLARENCE-STREET, SYDNEY. T SA YWELL, Manufacturer ol evcr.v deccrijuion of Tobaocos, Cigars, and Cigarettes. WAREHOUSE, C, Parlr-strcet, Sydney, VTVro nuyer* ( om tli« cmintry rn-1 dpfvli^re nro invited, 1) tor© lunMng Ibtir pmcbases to inspctt h \n- mc ? i well- &»ort«n SloJr, offc...

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A NEW MOTHER SHIPTON. [Newspaper Article] — Temora Herald and Mining Journal — 5 May 1882

a kbw ' Muniaa^tiiFrpK. When Bourice aud Lucaa idss oseh olhor, And apeak an luad at lorittg brother; Wbcn local lawyers lnave fat kine. To honest V tilers of the mine; - - When doctors stick to bealiug fl|$ih,v tn preference to tlie fl-»at w perfi*sh;,'t , ' ? - -- ; When t*. M. x-. i cam i frust t gait©-. And honor tbeir cheques fiir a £10 flatter; ^ When editors piy their debts, And do not lo«f (or hotel wels ; ? IM When 'handsome' Teutons dou't nurte baliit^p And thusgaiu'love'frampsreuts— obies;- Wben Captain Matthews brings us baes. . Those foreign millions iff a sack;. When' Cambrian crashings go XOoa, I %nid ntlnen4r-5lf the * inailocky' bounoe ; . | W.itn lawyers wl to taae a fee, ' I And Olontarf juries dieagreo ; When brokers lead yoi* from the dara, , ; And comer ydb out iu.the ?anoy Park ; , When Progress candidates are couteut. And spleeu nc4 venom IkhU are spent ; - When Lorn Toibora has a bink, And Upper Temora isn' t crank ; When local * axe-grinders ' all die joong...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Temora Herald and Mining Journal — 5 May 1882

pRELIMIKAliJ ANNOUNCEMENT. WARD'S VICTORIA THEATRE. The celebrated dramatic artist*, MIJSS DARGON, 7 Wilt give a SERIES OF SECITALS, & TUESDAY, MAY9i At WARD'S VICTORIA THEATRE. Fall Programme fa next issue. AsmsstoN Cirole, 3s; Stalls, 8s; Pit, lr. 203 TO SPECULATORS AND OXHEUS. FOR SALE, tb&t well-KUowo Billurd Saloon adjoitita^ KreviQ*8 Hole], the property of Sir. J?. A. Anderaoujat present doing a grard besides*, tbe tables being joooupletl all day long. The tables are two -4 the very beat Alcock's make, aud the whole billiard farmtora of the best ^escrtptioo. . . Tbe parohaser of tatjes, will iiave tlieopportanity of either parcbasiog or rent* ing tbe eelooji «t t.c^wUq price. For Idiiber prticuUtCapply io - F.DETO&E3. S06 Coooaxissior Agent. WBIGHT'S atJEENcsLAND HOTEL Comer ol Loftas and Hosluos etreeta, tEMOBA. THIS (ltd established and (avoiite hostelry is in the hands of tbe o&iferaisBC^l jor po^live sale. The vbIob o£ihe propety It too veil...

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INCENDIARISM AT THE POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — Temora Herald and Mining Journal — 5 May 1882

INCENDIARISM AT TI1E POStI OFFICE. * On Wednesday nftarncton, a Com. tier's inquest was held nt Dietz's .Hotftl, ou the causa ot tho roooot. .firo at tho Post Offloe. A jury of twolvo was orapanuolled and tho pro jucodiogs.oonductejl by Mr fiublnspoo tor Lyons. The: first witness called was Thdfoab lttoLftu'glilmi. a butcher. m ma . e.mpioy ot Mr ri'arjter, no said, I rom ombor hM? past 12'am. of 2 May. I had unloaded a body of boef from ,tho cart into Mr Parker's shop, when I noticed a bright flame down the etroot. Mr J. Walsh' was with mo and I remarked to him tliat 1 thought thoro was a fire. Ho said. ' No ! it is only a lamp.* I got in the cart and drove down tho street and when I got to Mr M'Oullocli's I saw it was a fire. I met Mr Wetherall in the passage- I said to him ' lravo you got any wat-?r t Ho said ? Yob, I can show you.' We both got the water and threw it over tho fire- Tho water we threw over extinguished the flames. Mr Walsh ,was with. mo. at the 'tltto. When I , fi...

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LAW CALENDAR. CIRCUIT COURTS. [Newspaper Article] — Temora Herald and Mining Journal — 5 May 1882

LAW CALENDAR. Circuit Courts. Young : March SI, and September 29 Yass : April 6 and October 6 Goulburn: April 13 and October 18 Bathurst ; April 24 and October 23. Courts of Quarter Sessions. Young : J une 1 9, September 7, and December 5 Grenfell : June 23, September 1 1 and December 1 1 G-untiagai : May 30, and September 18 Wagga: June 12, August 31, and November 28 Yass: May 2I:, and September 15 Forbes : June 29, and November 15. District Courts. Young: June 20, September 8, and; December 6 Cootamundra: June 6, September 26 Grenfell: June 24, September 12, and December 12.

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BARMEDMAN. May 2, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — Temora Herald and Mining Journal — 5 May 1882

BARMBDMAN. (rnou odd own cotuissroNDENr.) ISftV 2, 1882. Whatever the future of Barmedtnan | may be, things are very lively at pre. i sent, and a plain . statement of facts necessitates the publication of an amount of sensational matter very pleasing to the. residents, and some WUM UBVUUIPUiUg W bUU UUIQIUQ JJUUllC. Our old residents never dreamt of the rich finds of the past week, irhile they afford another1 proof of' the uncer tainty of -mining, and the importance of perseverance. Morelli and party, in No- 1 North Hard to Find, found over 1 cwt. of specimens on Saturday. It had become necessary to move to the northern boundary of 'the claim, and as there was a Kifinll lj/eiip of quartz attlfo old shaft, it was thought necetsary to take any coarse gold afray as tho different workings are some dis tance ap&r't- !The reVult was the find ing of some wonderfully rich stone, which, at the lowest estimate, would yield from 4U to 50 ounces per ton. IIIUWjmJILi | ? —I.W.1. were fou...

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THE TEMORA GAZETTEER. MINING DEPARTMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Temora Herald and Mining Journal — 5 May 1882

THE TEMORA GAZETTEER. Mining DisrARTSiEKT. Warden : ^hiis. Do Boob Warden's Clerk : R. Zouoh Mining Eegistrai- : W. O. Kropp Mininft Surveyor : E. M. Nash Bailiff of Warden's Oourt : J . Davorea Pot.lCK DsrAKTMENT. Polioe MugUtrato : Chas. De Boos Clark of Petty Sensions : IJ. Zouch Sub-Inspector : P. Lyons Senior-constablo Walmsley and 3 troopera Senior-constablo Oliver and 7 cons tables. Covut of Requests. Registrar : E. Zouch Buililf : J. Duvoren Post ami Tki.kqrafii DicFAuniutT. Postmaster: W. Weatherall Assistant : J. Foley Operator : H. M alone Pl'BLIO Schooi.. Teachcr- W. Swaun Assistant Teachers : Messrs. Dart and Rmitb TxiioRA HoapiTAt. Prosidont : C. De Boos, P.M. Vice-Presidents - G. G. Orbell and W. Seymour Committee : Messrs. Boxhall, Ryan, Whelan, Moran, Rickey, Porter, and Parker Surgeon . Treasurer : James Curtis Secretary ? Harry Chandler. Lodob of Oddfellows, M.U.I. ,O.O.F. Noble Grand : J. W. A. H. Porter, Vioe-Grand : A. Phillips Secretary: J, D. Campbell Miscell...

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News Items. [Newspaper Article] — Temora Herald and Mining Journal — 5 May 1882

NettB. Items. It is the intontion of tho Taranaki magistrates in future to make an order under the licensing Act, 'prohibiting publicans from selling liquor to per sons who have been convicted three times of drunkenness. Ti ? ? j.i ? ? . ? _ . j ? a* hu w* virvumaiance, ana oue that attracted hot a little humorous comment in the douse during the Bnidlaugh 'debate, that at the veYy moment — 25 minutes to five — when MrBradlaugh began his speech the Hous-- of Commons clock slopped. A jnan named Lnnton, 80 .years of 3ge, Rv ng nt the village of Foleshill, Warwickshire, while utandiug near the fire in his house, accidentally full upon it, and, being too feeble to extri cate himself, was literally roasted, and died from the effects of his in juries. At Leibester a man's paramour, who came to keep IKe house while the ..wif e„*OiOk ..pl»t;e, was seized by a large crowd of people, pelted with ruddle, flour, black lead, &c,, and Iter clothes torn into 6hreds. The crou d hooted the ho...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Temora Herald and Mining Journal — 5 May 1882

The mtstiut.ian joint stock i UA.N'K. : UCtl- rUliCHAMi I) or A.1-VANC1!I- ou, ?and allTiWiHl Bunking Business transacted. IfCRXKI.l. J. KODl-, Acting Alanager. XV . S . Q V AIL, SriivKvou, BUAKEBROKEE AND AUCTIONEGR, Ijlsd, litZlTi:, AMI XiENKKAl. CuUMtsMON AuKNT. Oltiftii. : ltuya] Mining l).\cliHi!go, 5lo#kiiie-t-t, lV-iDora, 167 BYR( M'S AUSTRALIAN nOTEL, Qoskiu* Street, Temora. rrHE uioit curciuoaioui and best Luilt X FAMILY Hotel, ia Tcmom, iu the *sj ot COilFOKT (ur squatters, TRAVELLERS, COMMERCIAL MEN. COMMODIOUS SAMPLE BOOMS. F1UYATE ROOMS. STABLISG FOll TWENTY HORSES. BATHS. AS ABLE CHEF I)E CVlSlS'E. Wines, Spirits, and Beer direct from Bond. Cxoulburn, Wajrjra, and Temora Colonial Bert. tnspec&t ^Jrfconan, tbe Licensing Officer , lor tbe Youug District, in liia report to the Lioenring Bench of the Australian Hot«j, speaks thus, — 'Michaol Byrom, Australian I Hotel, Temor*. Well furnished and cleau ; ' tbe best hotel in Temora; wfll condncU-d. ? ttr. de Boos for ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Temora Herald and Mining Journal — 5 May 1882

R. W. P. D E B 0 O S, A'* * o a * a *, fi o L i o I t o ft aks Pnooioa, BOBKIHS-St., trmoea. Offloei— N«t Pert »ni Telegraph Otflcei 193 jy^R. n! h e a l y, Atcoutsy, SozmtroH, xiro Pboctoh, OOOTAMUNDRA, ? Will attend the Warden's Court, Temora, whon his sorvioos are re quired. jyj B. JOHN BD8SKLL, Attorney, Solioitor, and Proitor. j BURROWA - STBEET, YOUNG. | FRANK DETORES, MINING AGENT AND SHARE BROKER, TEMORA. ']\TINING CLAIMS purchased or -L*JL negotiated for on commission. Correspondents in Sydney, Mel bourne. and Adelaide- 140 CJ. AUCKLAND, Btoolc, Station, tni' . Land Agent Hu apcalel f»dlltie« for commanding lowaat ratot ol Freight* and Intnnneoa, i-o., lor WOOL, £o_ if reserved priooa are not obtained in Sydney. Station (applies pur chased, Uat of properties (or aale on view. Land agency work ol all kinds liaa peraooal attention. lloneylent on Station!, Stosk, Freehold e»Uie«, and oonntry or town proprrtiea. Very KVsril advanoaa made on olipa ol Wool. Offlees: Exchange, 8yd...

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