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Scientific Notes. TELAUTOGRAPHY. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser — 8 June 1894

SciajlMrtjiSi , TiEXAt^G&UPflr. By; means of Giay;8;, telwitogrttph ' %T. possible to transmit ovei;^8' wiwj' 'for sevecoX hundred mile* ft diagram or outlin© draw ing. With that AppAratua Uie pen of the ' receiving instrument tp nnitate pre cieely the niotioiis^ifarVt^iDsin fcho sender's ^ ?*-: ? ?? 1 * -t'* —

Publication Title: Wyalong Star And Temora And Barmedman Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
COLOR OF SWINE. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser — 8 June 1894

color qf stfiNE. * 'X ';'r Some years, .ago white was the favorite' color for swine; but gradually the idea gained ctedeuce that a white color made them more subject to sun scald and mange. Though 'the skin of white animals is often ; ? - a. ? 3 iLS. Knllitt lllfe irtfl muro wuutir, uue woo pivunvtj ?vny ?» uatiaed by the fact .that aiiy affectum of the ipkih shows muuh mbre pliihl^ jan- -a white ^ ?than ou - dark-polqred 'imimals ;. -'cause theblaok and' redoolore gwgtly^Hiy^' seded the whites; and Mnuiel » '-wrr&pona- r ing neglect of the' white Imiiri of s' the blacks. The .only red value of oolor ^towk the - breeders, the tiroaus Of - daoeiving buy- ; era. '.

Publication Title: Wyalong Star And Temora And Barmedman Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TAKING THE [?] TURE [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser — 8 June 1894

[?] ' 7 Some extraordinary guesses haye frpm , ' fimn 10 time ^-oen indiilgect in as -ltt the heatf ^ ^ of the sun. Certain its tempetatnie as Ki^ii ^ 100,000' Vdejp^ea' Centigrade; others as low jaa ,2000 degrees. Sir : W illiam Siemen s og|nionK supported by tnat OJ IjOIU JJJBlvin, was mat ukj \xmwoia- ^ tare .of the ^photosphere reached probably ^ ^ 8000 degrees'. This^yiew has reoentiy, _hwpi ' in a meeauro eonfirmed by tho investigations . , - -iionducted by trofessor J., Sciininer.'of the ^ - Astroptiyjucal Observatory at . .Pott-dim. With the assistance of the 'spectroscope, Professor Scheiner has come to the conclusion that the tun's heat exceeds' thatr of the - electric aro (between .3000 and 4000 degn^s), but does not equal that of -the epark' obfauned v from a J-yden jar. -?- $ '?.

Publication Title: Wyalong Star And Temora And Barmedman Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Animal Life. DO ANIMALS LOVE FUN? [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser — 8 June 1894

Animal Life DO ANIMALS LOVE FUNP There seems no reason to doubt it. Monkeys are full of frolib for its own sake, and enjoy themselves most of all when play-, ing mischievous jokes. Mr. Rein^M's'' terrier performed its tricks so consciously that when not praised for them, it nsed to become quite sulky. A flock of yeese have been known to cause a number of pigs to run the gauntlet between ;hem merely to hear the squealing of the porkers as they -' .were bit at by the birds There was a soldier's horse that was wont to be fastened by a river's .bank, and the creature had the ill-habit of Iti^jngat pass ing men, in order to make them-faU-into the water. -The jackdaw will watch boys at their games with evident appreciation of the f tin, and the amount of roguishness in kittens is. perfectly notorious — Little Folks Magazine.'

Publication Title: Wyalong Star And Temora And Barmedman Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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II. RYLSTONE. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser — 8 June 1894

H. RYLSTONE. Not only is Rytetone .itgelf a high ground, but it is almost ehoircled by still higher hills some of them isolated peaks and crowns, backed by the dark blue mass of the Divid ing ranges, and distant ranges beyond. The j Cudgeegong river winds peacefully round two sides of Rylstone ; and a lovely stream it is. Away, some miles up stream, there are deep holes, close under the mountain s rocky sides, full of splendid fish, some of them perfect monsters of the ood species ; while wild duck and other game are plentiful. Rylstone never soffer^ from floods ; its found ers were wise in their generation, and built the town on a spur — fitMn which the visitor, in the hot summer days, is Enabled to get a delightful blow., while feasting the imagina tion upon the scene around him. From this point of vartage one has in view every spot of interest at ' one sitting,' so to sneak. If he face .the north he has, a little to ms right, Rumker's Peak-; the singular looking Cox s Crown;, to ...

Publication Title: Wyalong Star And Temora And Barmedman Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
AN ALASKA PRODUCT. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser — 8 June 1894

AN ALASKA PRODuCT. For a queer and. uuusual article of freight - arat'snustuair hardly be excelled, especially tbe nest of a wood rat that was built by those strange little animal architects in fav-off. Alaska, and which was shipped recently in a freight car to tbe Smithsonian Institution. *)nly one avai-able car for the purpose oould be found, so larg.- and cumbersome was the nest, it being approximately cone shaped, oeven feet in height and with an irregular broad base, tea feet Aide at- one -end end about six feet at the other. With its crate of light frame- work it weighed 980 pounds, and a big furniture car with wide doors and a high roof solved tho problem of ship meat* Ot course, neither the wood rat nor 'Sr nest is a yery uncommon sight, but the 'CUBS? in question is, however, on account of its height and size, and, like many other nests of these rats, is a most interesting sigi. t to? many who have never teen one of them, and; study to .everybody for the intelligence and de...

Publication Title: Wyalong Star And Temora And Barmedman Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DOMESTIC PIGEONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser — 8 June 1894

DOMESTIC PIGEONS. . Pigeons will pick their own living about any group of farm buildings', and if rightly, managed are by., many .ponaid.ereA as« souroe of. profit, b|it iimahaged in the usiialfnanner aud allowed to best and roost at 'rfhy poiilt they please a^out the farm buddings, the' annoyance ' far -mor^ than oounterUalanees ihe profit. Pigeons are very domestic, and will occupy, . .ajjy hojjne provided tpr.th.eni * -Partition off an accessible portion bf 'thV barn, shed, or other buil-iing loft fora pigeon lott, provide proper nesting' places, roosting perches, und several entrances, or put up' a separate structure in a sheltered locality. By keeping several varieties and taking the best specimens to the local-' fairs, Several -pounds . in, premiums aie carily ob^lned .each y«ar. 'They multiply rapidly, and flie sqiubs or young ones make a dish almost equal to wild game. The dark-feathered pigeons are con sidered the hardiest. — P. L Worth.

Publication Title: Wyalong Star And Temora And Barmedman Advertiser, The
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THE TROUT ON THE CAMPASIE FELLS. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser — 8 June 1894

THE TROUT ON TKE OAXPUE ISLL». Looking westward from Stirling. CdBthi, ' the eye travels over the level aUuviumof thja-^- Carse, throngh whict theJSliiggiahiF^ihj . meanders in oountieaS loops and curves. OR- ^ the right ate' piled ' the fflrfiland hills, crett -*. - behind crest,, and on the le^t.iuns a lo^r€*» but continuous, ridge, 'part -of the I^nnot ,.,1 range known as.--.the .Qaigunw^ -; Campsie. F«lls- Muejl ;0|, U19 doraierii ,sld^ . cf this -elevation is p^eoijiitoua, falling, sheer^v i ? or almost ' sheer, seyeral hundreds bf few towards the vaUey.iifthelBWtn. . : ' - J' .-' The moodand' on ^the summit fbms the watershed betwe«n!tiS]-^tenM Oie Forta and the C^rron, whonoe uie streMns' fwlow r.y ? ing nbrihward ibw^ti lofty Cawsades owr tho precipices of tfeitefiWr Theie arp txout both iiAbvA and^hetow s,-;. these falls, those of the pUBti'Wellmg in colour -and shape their dfcdgy-k i n - . of the mooj, but undoubtedly desodndante - of a commob: anoestry , But hoW ilkl illH...

Publication Title: Wyalong Star And Temora And Barmedman Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE GREAT AUK. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser — 8 June 1894

TTTF. GREAT AUK. ' Hie great auk was oommon in the Orkj neys and Hebrides and in Iceland, and traoes' of it in the shape of bones half fo&Qidaf- bave been reoently (1885) found in New foundlcnd. Remains of it haye^ been found in the kitclien-middenj-Of Denliteirfc,~ IoblanST i«il ' North America . That it inhabited, Britain in' Ae-hiBtoric times t«Wi ty tiie dlpiobSery of bones-at CMnAeeB, «i£ also in 1878 in a limestone toave on Durham coast. In 1881 the bones ' of *tha great auk, in oonnpany : with those of nwttn mals and aqnatio biius and niunraoM- bpoe implements, were uncarthedin the fcw^Ml of Oronsay, Sootiand. ' .. . It used to breed in tWeldta ttvens 4-f rocks above the highest tides. THie female laid a single «ggt-as laige aa that vt a^swan, at a yellowish ,-white tint^ nauM .with strokes 'ant Cities of Idaok. It fed fA orustapea and &dics.. Plumage is itleep black, ^jpatcpof^hUe^^^fl ^wahaad j»nd plumage took Jdaod In a^ing- , auk . . ; W-lin ettiMt: 'MM 18...

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 — 12 June 1894

AWNING AND GENERAL COMMIS SSj} .AGENTS. AUCTIONEERS, &G. ^t|t«L1-i MINING INFORM ATtONv » tM^c&rfms jsi^d:^;^.! »jji; 1L lirancl ips Of. A goricy work cohductcd. but oijefco Mm'pliy 's IOT PIES AND COFFEE. ? 1 . MEALS AT ALL HOURS. MBS. BEATTIE, ;{Op\-o*il*'the Wyalong Star OJBce) '8 now prepared to cater in .the above Vlinfes, sad trusts to receive s share of fttblic patronage. . M. RKID, (late of-'TAbs), ^^EN-SfTREET, BARMEpMAN, - ' (Next Mrlbournt Clnh Hot 1), BEGS to announce to the Kresidonts of ^JBarmedman, Wyalong, and District, tndrtbe Travelling Public generally, that, lehin? purchased the business hitherto »rj led on by ? j. M. MAHER, And hope v by etViet attention lo business, fiyillty, and moderate charges, lo receive tad' me it tho support accordcd to his iivdeeessor. p s florseshoing a Speciality. All 'kinds ' of Repairs to Vehicles, Implements, Machinery, &c.. 'effected at . sL-«rtentf notice. co., filbert stkeet, wyalong (mar Spring's Hotel), ...

Publication Title: Wyalong Star And Temora And Barmedman Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ROUNDABOUT NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser — 12 June 1894

ROlixDABOUT XEWS. 1%ik bill posting deniuU is over- ! running Sydney and the suburbs at the present time. M.L.A. Ifoyle caused much criti cism over tlie position he took in the debute on Montgomery and William's fate. A very lively election fight is ex pected at. Rand wick, and Mr. Barton must, not be . surpised if lie gets beaten. The Sydney Hpspilal new editions will be formally opened on the 20th. The new lift will be found .of great service in wises of aecideuts. Domain agitators are becoming more ragged than ever. One or two of them are going the l ight way to receive a spell ii- Darliugiiurst. ? .'I'm a fuiihy man when 1 am hungry,' said one ot the Tommy Dii.dd agistors, and mark me I'm funnier still wheu I'm hungrier, by gee 1 am, and you'll see them prisons looted some day.' The fiscal question is making most, of the present' Protectionist, members squirm when tackled at their meet ings. All tl:eir bal teries will novel sink it. Tlie Public Works Committee still continues to...

Publication Title: Wyalong Star And Temora And Barmedman Advertiser, The
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[?] of the Wyalong [?]agraph Line. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser — 12 June 1894

^R^oTThtTw^'alongf ^w^rapii Liuc. Iast the tel(--ri'ipli wires 1 1 ong- ll:i rined iimn li :ie ted with, the offii;e West, and it. was 'Saturday would find busily engaged. Up to on Saturday evening Ipd tlie information that d not been' completed, [messages could not.be [day, however, .opera red iu earnest, and the f telegraphic cominuni [availablc (u (he public. it.Iio. completion of -4 he lerof eonsidci'al)le im , ^Kon^i it:. cutwifs rft' ual espeiise, we' are now To supply our ? readers pla-:. ,;iiirws^tf|'eyt'nfB fj^w-jiiinulesiteKirB we P. eviou.sjy, we had (o I ivnl of the mail toobiaiu in local news, jind the ^vjiiclilj pame' to ite, Sydney exchanges, came* ine time to our readers arde clinnnel. Now our -?ws will, he in pi'int and :iur readers tiv.entyrfour i st. — before the' Sydney iuv tele^mplnc . press s to fn'riiish a' liberal ws, and we trust tliat vilT aioire^te the a^ fi'impletiori otMlil e to Wj-alimg 'lias cn :iee wtliin their reach. [?]

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser — 12 June 1894

The Keckless-Helios dispute was con sidered by the committee of the A.J.C., when the action of Tattersall's stewards was upheld and the race awarded to Helios. Laffan's pair, CobaTgo and Geral diue, will ere long don silk on metropoli tan tracks, as both nags have been nominated iu races to be run at Canter bury Park on the 16'tli iu'st. Befoub purchasing building materials don't fail to call at Falconer Bros., Neeld Btreet, Wyalong, for quotations. There you can procure Black iron, Galvanised iron, (corrugated and plain) Guttering, Ridging, Locks, Hinges, Nails, Doors, Sashes, American shelving, Maryborough and Baltic Lining, Spotted gum, Lime etc. Orders taken for any class of materials required. Address — Neeld-street Wyalong.

Publication Title: Wyalong Star And Temora And Barmedman Advertiser, The
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LAND SALE. AT THE LANDS OFFICE, BARMEDMAN, ON WEDNESDAY, THE 27TH JUNE, 1894, AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON. TOWN LOTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser — 12 June 1894

LAND SALE. At THE Lands Office, BaumkdmaiJ, on . , Wednesday, the 27th J one, 1894, at 12 o'clock noon. town lots. Tertils : Deposit 'J.t per ceut., balance in twelve months, with 5 per ceut. interest per annum. Lot See Area Upset, price County Parish a r p £ e -1 1 15 0 0 80} 16 0 0 Bland M'dam'li ?Z „ 0 1 3!)J 26 0 0 „ 3 „ 0 1 3i)| 25 0 0 „ 4. „ 0 1 39} 25 0 0 „ 5 ,,0 1 39| 25 0 0 ,, C „ 0 0 39} 14 0 0 „ 7' , 0 1 0 15 0 0 „ „ 8 „ 0 2 0 2G 0 0 „ „ 0 „ 0 2 0 26 0 0 „ 10 „ 0 2 0 20 0 0 „ 11 „ 0 2 0 ST 10 0 „ 12 „ 0 1 0 17 10 0 „ In the town of Barniedman, fronting Martin aud DeBoos-streets, and lying between Loftus and Temora-streets. 1 18 0 0 39} 14 0 0 „ 2 „ 0 1 39J 22 10 0 „ 3 „ 0 1 30} 22 10 0 „ 4 „ 0 I 3!)} 22 0 0 „ 5 ,.0 1 39| 22 0 0 „ 0 .,0 0 39} 12 0 0 7 „ 0 0 39} 12 10 0 , 8 „ 0 2 0 24 0 0 9 „ 0 2 0 24 0 0 „ „ 10 „ 0 2 0 24 0 0 „ 11 „ 0 2 0 25 0 0 „ 12 „ 0 1 0 15 0 0 „ „ In the town of Bar'jiodman, fronting Martin and LVBooe-Etreets, lying between Temora and Hope-streets. CO...

Publication Title: Wyalong Star And Temora And Barmedman Advertiser, The
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Latest Telegrams. CABLE NEWS. LONDON, Saturday. LANDLORDS SELLING OUT. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser — 12 June 1894

Latest Telegrams. CABLE' NEWS. ' Lo.ydox, Saturday. LANDLORDS SHLL1NG OUT. O v.-iiii* to the Dndget Proposals of the Home Government, a great, num ber of the landlords aiv scrionsly considering the advisability of break ing up their estates. The Duke of Westminster is selling his Pirulico estate. STRIKE RIOTS IN AMERICA. I Indecisive fighting has taken place ' between the miners on strike at Cripple Creek, in Colorado, and the police. The latter used a Gatling gun, and dispersed the mob. Col lisions between the police and the strikers have also occurred in Cleve- 1 land and Ohio. j GERMANY AND AMERICA. Germany threatens to impose re taliatory duties upou American pro ducts in the event of tlie sugar duties being enforced. BUENOS AYRES IN TROUBLE. The Minister for Finance of Buenos Ayi-es in the Ai^entine Republic de clares that the province is bankrupt. A RUMOURED ENGAGEMENT. The reported engagement of the Duke of Marlborough aud Miss Lena D'Arcy, daughter of . W. Knox j D'Aroy, oue...

Publication Title: Wyalong Star And Temora And Barmedman Advertiser, The
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CATHOLIC. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser — 12 June 1894

CATHOLIC. June lEistiitt Stations. 19— Mr. T, Phelap's. IT ngiu-te. SO. — Mr. T. F. Mooney's, Cimdoholin. ? 21. — Mrs. Wnite'6, Cookabari-rtpong. 22.— Mr. W. Rearijpi); Condobolin. 23. — M i\ »J. HiRjarj ns,'0ondobol3iiv 24.— (Sunday) Mr. McKae's, Cud eellico. 2o.r— MK J- Listou's, 'Wilga, near Bygaloree. 26. — Merringiwen. - 27— Mr. J. Carey's hotel, Willandry, 29, — (St.. Peter and Paul's Day), 8 a in. WyalonR West) 10 a.ra. Wyalong. J. J. PoOARfV.

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HORRIBLE MURDER AND SUICIDE. SYDNEY, Monday 2.30 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser — 12 June 1894

HORRIBLE MUJZDER AND SUI CIDE. Syds'ky, Monday 2.30 p.m. At. Maryborough,' in Queensland, on Saturday the wife of William Speuc.e poisoned herself and. her five -children with carbolic acid. With tlie exception of the youngest child, a boy 2 years of age, they all died. 4 THE COMING ELECTIONS. A proclamation has been issued, fixing the places . where reyisio/ courts are to be held. 1 '? ?PROROGATION OF PARLIA MENT. A meeting of the Executive Coun cil was held last night, at which it was decided that Parliament, should be. piorogfued to-day. The rteriti of 'the prbi'o^atioi: fixed for J^ly 10th, lint on -that date the dissolution will take place. JL' Sodbek, nerfc to Nixon's Stationer's Sh-ip, has in stock, and for sale cheap, a quantity of Secoad-h&nd Tools, including Pit Saws.* ... .... Thk L Airo QtrB»«aN.--rA parAgraith in -tiie manifesto of tho Fneekrane J eud iland . Reform League Bays j— ™ The laad value of tfce;-j-ilony. (excliiBiye bf limprovemoBta) s in private hftn...

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 — 12 June 1894

A\ FOOTBALL. MEWING of those favorajiic :o tho Fc.rmatratjL -?f a FoothitfT Club for Wyalong (Surveyed Towj^ffill be held at Spring's CoimueroialTffepl, at 7.30 p.m., on Wednesday (,to-mq-*€wJ^iflth inst. Fosj^llers, RoLihjgp. j. NEELD, Hon. Sec., Pro torn. -4ira^r^' V^asited. / COOK ancP**^,^^B. Apply — Kildary Stntioiii EN^Tenders. y EBEcfeiSflEKY Gold Mjjrffig Com- pany, Ltfr^^udgenj^T— Wanted Tenders for Sinkin^taiiS^niberinK Main Sliaft 50 foot fronKjM^&ntlevel (50 foot.) Specifications Uj^iie seeiilttJ,he office of 11)0 t^omVBpiyJ^^rriVbPllttcryT^T^lT^Gntl gellico.^/fenders close on tlie 2TiWune. , ; 11, CAMPBELL, MuiiajSf. ^NFOttMy/^ i ^UGWETynSNa Hmpe^brandnd Q; over O on off^^ujder ; also Bay JJraught Horse, Jpnide&-^152 on off Bhoulder, white J^C rope on^^jck, shod all round Oprtfer can hear of stage by applying Zr EDWARD PETTIT, c/o Wyalong Star. % F. IK SEAT, M.P.S. j 'yi WILL inTillufeearry on business in his new premises next the i Wyalong, Stir Officc....

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Wyalong Hospital. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser — 12 June 1894

^V^aiotig I :v:. '%?- O.v ^li^Jisday 'niglj^t ni eclt^r, of the provisioral i o nnutlee* ef theTVyHloiig District Hospital, an l the temporary Hospiiiil building was held -in Alcssrs. Williams and Million's ollice. l'rexiit — Ale*srs. J. .1. Williams, (.-hair). ,1. Plumb, F, Clianuon, C. (Trau laud, AI. iMonaai:.,;I{. Uujdis. W. G. Lucas. L. D. M ulhiii, N.'Nei]jon, and E. J. I'ol kiugilorne. A li'iiglhy discussion of n envrrrsn tional character took place regnrdniK the best cour-c to he ]-iirsued with regard to hospital mutters generally. Eventually it wa« proposed by Afr. Plumb, seconded by Air. Mnllaji— ' That a meeting of Hospital subscribers he conveneii for this night week, 14lh rust., for the pur pose of appointing a committee and other officers for the institution, tiud lliut in tie meantime an active canvuss for sub scription* should be inade.' Carried. Tin- Chairman said (hat it would he si* well for the meeting tonppointennvassers for subscriptions, aud on the luolion of ...

Publication Title: Wyalong Star And Temora And Barmedman Advertiser, The
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[?]ortant Wyalong Mining Case. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser — 12 June 1894

— i B)rtaiU Wyalong Mining j Iirte injhiieiioii wns p;i-iiti(eil j |nity Conrt on .Thursday ijiicci iiiiif?. Nweld's claim at : A vclii id Iloury Barclay I km in]:i lift ion restraiiiing Lid. .!( ne till George Neeld, Id, si'ii., a:ul Frederick im .selling or i'i any i t It (lie ore at grass at lestion', or from part- 1 proceeds thereof, oi ir iu any way d«aliup j ei; ore fixmi the claim, oi' traiisferJ'iiig or in | ng or dealing with the j r tluin tlie fulfilment j tlie said claii^l under Act' and tti^nlations: n was granted until upon which (ho in i-iuited wero «et forth ? ' in his claim as fol nt.K were holders of the of a ciiiini kiiouii as nil party's pmspecting lit, or about May 11, mliinls, in eonsidera i of £'2o paid to t lit', n H-jree-l (t) pliieu the filler with the ore at offer to plaintiff till ull'er to he accepted by am to be sent, to the their agent, John J. upon i-onipletioii the pim-hase money was plaintiff. The offer of :Ct.-0 cash. The offer ?on Wednesday, May. l...

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