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Original Correspondence. (TO THE EDITOR OF THE TEMORA HERALD.) [Newspaper Article] — Temora Herald and Mining Journal — 15 September 1882

' Original OemspondenM. (TOWllr. KDITOIl emu TKMOMA MKIUfcU.) Sin. — Will you kindly inform mo if tho fly to ba paiuted on tho big round O nf tbo pate ia a mark to distinguish it from a few others of a liko chnraotor who will never inako a eonquimt, if thoy continue to blow aIi/iii* tlm ititmitniiv flint' Imiui 9 Snr. vant gii-ls may assist you. Ladies, beware of misohiof. 1 am, Sir, &a., HmsUTK Path. [Wo do not for tho lifo of u* kuow what our corrospoudout alludes to. — Ku. T. H.]

Publication Title: Temora Herald And Mining Journal
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Temora Herald and Mining Journal — 15 September 1882

Toiou, April 1st, 1833. — I have anilyrod A sample of -sAe brewed M Mr. Howieos's loon Brawn;, Cootamsndra Boad, and fipd to be a remarkably pore and wholoaome beverage, bring perfectly free fromfciBil oil and other impuriUas. Xbsie qnalities, to gether wilb its jaw per ceotage .of aloohol *nd ireedom iroja widity(-apeeially reoem, mend it to the working njtn. — It. H. K Bntran, Ut.C.8., Jrel.. £. Med., Ac., lint Vriisman in Chemistry, Dublin. — Advt. 11C IIosoukit and JSZ Fi«a Asx»,--Temora is . jexidenUy sot dead, bat sleeping 8a thinks Mr ftMoott, tbe eminent watchmaner from Oannt's celebiatad estabUshmant in 2£e1 bourne, and sow of Wagga, irho, for the aaxe. 4i[ ipjjng oat tbe navedness ot .oar land, ii now visiting Temora., and for pastime lias brongbt with him a «j-londid sloes ei jewel lery, which be offers at extremely low prices. 'Jn addition to the jewellery and watch dis play Mr Preacott is snaring at Delts'a Hotel for a few days, hisAaol* and aill are at Hie aenioea of t...

Publication Title: Temora Herald And Mining Journal
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(TO THE EDITOR OF THE TEMORA HERALD.) [Newspaper Article] — Temora Herald and Mining Journal — 15 September 1882

(TO Tint KtllTOB or TUB TKSIOIU IIKIUI.D.) Sin.— What ia Tomora oonu'ng to P C.in it bo possible that ovon tho tbi porUint mattor of procuring ft crush tug plant tQ further tho develop ment of our rioh gold roofa must be subordinated to grasping by couiraia sion oarninga of our looal auotionoera nml n'.nnLR f Ts it true tlmt ono of these refused to act as nominal broker of tho proposed public ootnpany ? What aro tho special and extraor dinary qualifications of the big round 0 ? and is it true that one individual desires ' to monopolise all the looal crumbs oven of taid honorary secre taryship's commission miking out of Progress Oammittoo Works, and commission making chairmanships of companies supposed to bo formed for the publio benofit only ? It ia, I and many others think, just about time this littlo game should bo stopped, and the publio decline to bo further bled. I am, Sir, &c„ Lookkr-on.

Publication Title: Temora Herald And Mining Journal
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LAW CALENDAR. CIRCUIT COURTS. [Newspaper Article] — Temora Herald and Mining Journal — 15 September 1882

LAW CALENDAR Ciacurr Courts. Young : September 29 Yaas : October 6 I Guulburc: October IS Bathurat : October 23 CoUBTS OF QuaBTSB 6eS8IOKS. Young: September 7, and Decem ber 5 ?Grenfell : September 1 1 and Deoem ber 11. - Gnndagai: September 18 Wagga : August 31, and November 38. Em: September IS Forbes : November IS. Distbict Cootts. Young: September 8, and December 6 Coq£amundra: September 36. Grenfell; September 12, and December

Publication Title: Temora Herald And Mining Journal
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Mining Brevs. [Newspaper Article] — Temora Herald and Mining Journal — 15 September 1882

Mining Brers. Tar following applications for gold* mining leaaos have been lodged at tho Warden's office Hay and party, IXl* Hue of reef, 8 acres 2 ro -da ; O'J) Jiinoll, 11 ay don and party, Agnoa line of roof, 2 aores 9 roods, A local prospecting party is being organiael to thoroughly teat the ground iu tho neighbourhood of Sebastopol, with a ? ... M1 A Anxnm il- Applications to mine under roads aud reserves have been lodged with tho Minister for Mines by the under mentioned parties : — M*Dowell# Clear and party, road between Temora and ! Upiicr Temora. 1 aore, to tnine for gold ; Olwa. F. Bryen. water reserve at I)armedman« A acres, to mine for gold . ILildors of pro-leases Are reminded tlmt their rent must be paid by tbe 3 l6t instant iu order to avoid a for feiture. It is considered preferable to make* payment to tbo local land ngeuU. The indefatigable Little Smjthe haa a now apec, to run as aoon as he gets through with . Archil a d Forbe*. lie wants to organise an Australia** ...

Publication Title: Temora Herald And Mining Journal
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Temora Herald and Mining Journal — 15 September 1882

AS ESTABLISHMENT BASED ON A COMPLETE AND PERFECT (SYSTEM. *' A Coiiruxn ash a Curiosity , ' l'roui thi Massachusetts Ploughman and New KagUnd Journal of Agriculture, Boston. Mass., May 27 lb, 1882. ' II. P. Hcbdabd's International Newspaper Advertising Agency, of New Haveu, Conn., is at onoe a com pend and a curiosity. Tho press of the civilize! world is all filed away within its spacious limits, and the proprietor can at any moment touch tho spring that spreads it out before ? the sight of an inquiring visitor. In no establishment we ever visited have we seen the department system so tknMitnl.),, ArnminHl And in SUcll noislcss and thorough operation. The proprietor signals an assistant, and the minutest detail respecting any publication of any country is returned nt his call. He dictates a letter, and an assistant records it phonographic ? ally and instantaneously. The entire establishment i« built up and adminis tered on precisely this basis. No thing of tho kind exists elsewhere ...

Publication Title: Temora Herald And Mining Journal
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News Items. [Newspaper Article] — Temora Herald and Mining Journal — 15 September 1882

News It9ms. The Austrian Oovernmnnt has to 1 A seated a paper for appearing in black on acoount of Garibaldi's death. Paper wheels are found much more - durable than iron wheels on the American railways, but they are more costly. Tlio -wheat surplus of Amerioa will be one million tons. Good news for Australia, with bread at famine price. English salmon beginning the work of reproduction at Ercildoun. SOU ova in the ponds. Another suocoss for Sir Salmon. Queensland is not oontent with the 10,090 immigrants per annum. If ore ships to be put on to bring servants to Melbourne. Via Sriabane. * ' King Oetewayo has five wives, who bear the names respectively- of Um. ponsi, Upswaro, UngenWe_. Unoxi cobo, and Uncebeca. Unoxioobo is over six feet tall. , Sir Alfred Stephon, at the ege of 80, retires from die presidency of the Q. 8. Building Soaiety. Was he afraid the arduous labours of the position would send him to an early grave? 1 The ' London Saturday Eeview* thinks that in^ the two years...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Temora Herald and Mining Journal — 15 September 1882

w . a . quail .Si'iivi von. BIlAliEUIiOKKIl AND AlitTIONKKIl. , I.4NP, 1'-TATK, AND I ClKNKIlAl. CiiMMIHMON Auknt I Otlii'ns j i?n\nl Mining Kxi bongo, TIot.kinii-s | 'IVm.trn. K-7 ? Mil. HiANi: UiM'OliKS, ? Mixinu Hiit'KFn, Ar-Tlo\KKit, C.immisHipN Aokxt, M ACIllXMlY AM) SlIAHK Bl'.lMCKr., ri .UCIHA. (?'ll .AIMS tVinti'il. Si-rip *'lil -iii CW» ' ' ini'Mon. SIiuvpk -li*pin-i'-l c»T. anil oil Mining Mutters liiki'ii in hand. MC, J. S O'CONNOR, I AUCTIONEKK, SllAliKttKOKKtt. lNSlHANCK, AM) I CO M MI SS 10 ^ JLU EN T . A^eut for the Northern, l!oyal, oud Mau- cIihmIit Tironul Lifo Asiurauco Cjuipauies Mulhourue, Ac., A'c., &c., Ac. Agonl foT Melbourne Mercantile Firm* duuliuK iu Wines. Spirits, Groceries, Furui- | tuii», Mationwy, Fancy Goods, Ironmongery Crrri^rywaro, Ac, for which liberal terms trill be givou. J]r jutt end fear nof, : Ttt* all tht'nihthouaim'aldthe thy Country* t Thy fiod'a, ami TVufA's. THE TEMORA HERALD. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1S92,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Temora Herald and Mining Journal — 15 September 1882

R, W. P, DE B00«, Attoikii, Sol ioitoii ahd Phootok, HOBKINB-Bt., tkmora. Commissioner for Affidavit!. Offices— Nest IH-tt lit TelegTsph Offlcss 190 jyj R. JOHN H U 8 S K.L L, Attorney, Solicitor, Mid Proitar. MUEDOOH AND FBQD8HAM, Attorneys, SolioitorsA Prootora, COOTAMUNDRA. Mr Frodsham will attend the Warden's Court, Tomora, when retained. 28S CMt Dtwrtant of Lsnds, Sydney, Mb May, 18eS. THE undermentioned gentleman has been duly authorised to prepare plana and main tracings from tbe mapa of tlie Surveyor UcneraTs Offloe, vii.:— Ma. Gaoso* Burnt' r»u-. (Signed) 111. 83.-1,401. JOHN ROBERTSON. Applications for Mapa sod Tracings end avety information .concerning O.F.'a may ba addressed— M*. G. BUTTERFIELD, Foauo Duoodtshui, £56 Box 702, O. P. O. CJ. BCOKl.AND, etook, Btation, &n-? . Land Agent. Hu ipeoiil facilities tor commanding lowest ratca ot Freights and Insnnnees, In., tor WOOL, Ac., it marred prion an not obtained in' Sydney. Station supplies par chased, Llit of prop...

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Latest Telegrams. LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Temora Herald and Mining Journal — 15 September 1882

Latest Telegrams. (fB0)I OUR OVK COnnESPONDSNT.) London. Wednesday. It was tlio non-Brriv»l of tho High lauil IUjj:imenta that prevented Sir Garnet Wolaelcy from following the Egyptians on Saturday, aud attempt 10K to take Tulk('b»r by storm livery proparation being now com puted, Sir Garnet Woiseley lias com menced to advance on Cairo on both sides of Fresh-wator Canal, leading from Kassaroiu to Tdkeber, where the main body of Arubi'fl army is cn /iRtnnJ. And n (rr»nt Iiattln tfl nntr i hourly expected. j Tlie cavalry and horse artillery are making a flank mavemont. with the objoct to destroy tlie railway in Arabi's j rear, and thus prevent his retreating to i Cairo. The Khodivo. in defcrenr.0 to British reprraentationS) has consented to aban don tlie practice of torturing the pri soners arrested for outrages on Euro peans at Alexandria. The Australians continued thnir second innings in the match with Shaw's team, making 125. SliawV eleven fared much trorse. only getting 37 runs in...

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THE PREMIER. [Newspaper Article] — Temora Herald and Mining Journal — 15 September 1882

THE PREMIER. Tub ferero illness of the Premier of the colony suggests to our minds the poFsible contingency of a change of , ndmiuistration, or at least of leader* 9hip. For eomo time past he has been hovering on the confines of tho uneeen world, and, although a slight improve ment is reported, he still remains in a critical state. With all his reputation for blowing, and the many flaws which adverse critics cuum to nave discovered iu his public career, he is without doubt the greatest statesman who has as yet guided the destinies of the colony, and under his administration it is advancing in progress and prosperity. He undoubtedly possesses the qualifi cations needed to fit him for the post of a leader. It is said that his Oabi ^ pet is composed of heterogenous ele * work harmoniously together* and among their number are some who display considerable administrative ability. The Colonial Treasurer has, perhaps, the foremost claim on our notice of any member of tlie Cabinet, aa being...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Temora Herald and Mining Journal — 19 September 1882

\V . S . QUAIL Surveyor. fMUltEDROKlill AND MCT1ONKKU, Ijisp, Emn, mo CkNKIUI. COMMISSION AdSNT Gillies Jovnl Mining Eschango, rioskms.et,. Toinora. 1G7 Mlt. X11A1SK DETORES, JflM.vn DnoKKn, AivnoNKEn, OoMMtWION AORKT, M.\cni.Ni!iiv and Shark Bnomsn, TKMOItA. pT.AUtS floated. Scrip sold on Com ^ ' mission, Shares dinpoped of, aud nil Mining Mutters taken in hand. SflG ji B O'CONNOR, AUCTIONEEH, SUABEBUOKEJO. INSURANCE, 4KB COMMISSION AGENT. Agent Cor the Northern, Royal, and N«n chntor Fire aad Lifts Assurance Companies Melbourne, to., &c., &e., to., 4o. Agent for Melbourne Mweantilo FinnB dMUng in Wines, Spirits, GroMiiei, Furni ture, Stationer;, Fancy Goods, Ironmongery CrocKeryware, to, for wbioh liberal terms T.UIbegfTan. BeSuttaniftarnot,! If I all the tndtthou aimUt at be tky Country' i Thy OkCi, and Truth': THE TEMORA HERALD. TUSSDAT, SBPTEVBEB 19, 1882.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Temora Herald and Mining Journal — 19 September 1882

?\ r ft \\\ r. »K ,jjoos, AttoiM v& SofciotTon and Paiooion, HO8K»N8-«t., TUMOR*. ? Ooamltaloner for Affidavit*, ?, Offlem-Knt Post 'and Telegraph OISm* ]l| II. JOHN fiU SfiRLIi, Attorney, 8olio]tor- *n4 Protfor. burbowa . stukkt, young. Attorneys, SoHoitora& Proctors, COOTAMUNDRA. MrFroddliam will attend theWaraWs Court, Temora, when retained. 28S SU9 ? ? Department of Linda, Sydney, «lh May, 1882. rpilB undermentioned geuUeman lisa, been X duly authorised to prepare pinna «nd ?auks tracings tram the maps of Uio Surveyor General's Office, vie,:— Mb. Gbohob Bcttek. riLTji, -SIgned) Ml. 81.-! ,001. JOHN ROBF.BTBOX. * Applications for Flans and Tracing* and ?my information oonoeruing C.P.'s may lie addressed — Mb. G. BUTTEHFIELD, Public Dmconrsiux, 260 Box 702, 0. 1-. O. CJ. BCCKL&KD, Stack, SUUon, an-? . Land Agent Hu apodal facilities for commanding lowest ntct of FnlgliU end Insurances, *o., for ?WOOL, Ac, it rotoired prices aro sot obtained in Sydney. SUtio...

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Latest Telegrams. [?] Arabi Captured. ALL ENDED. LONDON, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Temora Herald and Mining Journal — 19 September 1882

Latest Telegrams. (reox oca own oobeisposbrkt.) Ajabi Captured. Londok, Sjnday. Without further fighting AraW Bey was ran to earth, and taken prisoner at Cairo. The latter place has been occupied by the British, who received a hearty welcome from the inhabitants, and who pelted Arabi with stones. Tka wo* U nnw ivtrnddAiMd nil nnrleu. Saturday. Arabi was so hotly pursued by the British after the latter'e victory at Tel el-kebir Jhat he had no Tjpporhimty ol Tallying his disordered troops, and Arabi himself has ued to Cairo. The British ooeupied Kafiadotrar without reaiBtarice, the Egyptian gar rison having fled. All the military chiefs gave submission to the authority of the Khedive. The Indian contingent of the Bri tish army, under Colonel Lowe, pushed on to Cairo, arriving there at seven in the morning, without any resistance from the Egyptian troops. The inhabitants received the British with open arms, and 10,000 Egyptian troops gave submission to the British, and were immediately...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Temora Herald and Mining Journal — 19 September 1882

Tax Mdedebid Bobse Bucko. — On Satur day last, Abraham Bales was charged before Mr Heffernan with stealing the blood stal lion Belong, u4 the following evidence vat taken; ? Senior-oonstable Pnreell plated tba( the evidence M previously given by him was eorreot. and that he had nothing more to add at present.— xnomes agan, a aerator at Jones Beefs, deposed to the stable in vhioh Bylong m kept being broken open during the night of the 35th Sept., 1880, and the horse taken away. During the night the sheep were disturbed, and on ftoiog to cee what was the matter, saw the tracks of three horses, ?wMob, when followed, took them into the main Sebastopol-road, where the hone had been taken over a .ienee, a ' ? »iM* o! the rag sticking to the ienee. Some feShajaliair was alto found, as it it had 7be skeleton of a hone was found in a dame serub, in a direct line from the tracks, two miles bom Balsa's plaos. In lie paunch ?ware oats; Bylong was led on oats. A por tion of Bylong*s roller was f...

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IN THE SOUTH WESTERN DISTRICT COURT, [?] COOTAMUNDRA, No. [?] GEORGE GRAHAM ORB[?] [Newspaper Article] — Temora Herald and Mining Journal — 19 September 1882

JS .JHE^fiOOIHegBSyrBK, DISTRICT, GEOBOB OBaBAH OBBBCL, n aMing at TMnora, plaintiff; anaWnW UfV HENRTLEIGHTOHBAILEY, residing mt Teonm, 4ef«nAant. George Graham Orbell, by Simon Kearney, bis attorney, sues tVilliam Bern; ijeiKbton Bailey for that before and at the time o! the publication oTihelibels'hereinBfteriiienUimed the p1ai'tiff carried on the liasineaa o! an motioceer and eomnissioD amnt, in tbc town ol Temora. in the colony of Kew Booth Wales, and was one of two joint secretaries ot tbe Temora Joekey Olub, and the deten dant was the proprietor of anewspapei eaUed the Tsmobjl Hkaixs. dnnlating in and about lbs anntranaing districts of the said town of Temora. ? And the defendant, as such pro prietor as aforaaia, falsely and naSiaonsly printed and published of tbe plaintiff is the newspaper afomaid. the words following, that is loea;:— 'PcBUcllExnac—OD Bator daTXTennntlsit apablie meeting ot iMUnnen '»nd reaidenta at Temora was held in Hay «don- Aaat«B% PaoaMfcn* the inrpoas ...

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Original Correspondence. MINING AND DUMMYING AT TEMORA. (TO THE EDITOR OF THE TEMORA HERALD) [Newspaper Article] — Temora Herald and Mining Journal — 19 September 1882

Original OorrospondonM. MINING AND DUMMYING AT TBMOItA. (to toe EDtton or Tint rnuoiu diiuld.) Sir,— Tlmt tli'.j goWlluld Is infoBtod liy n body of tlio wornt «p.'rle8 of land dummios who over pontori-d lngitimiito and boiis. fido ontortiriiio and Ulionr, must ba jiatont to all who b»hold tha numoroua j»«(r« nnJ tronnhiw wliloli inifinjitA Aiinlinjkfifiiia fur lonhOH, nnd witln'n who«o houndiuiot work Is only carriod on at boat in n most porfuna tory inannnr, ju»t sufllimnit to oimlilo Uio luuigry lnud-mnnirorH to lnrlt up tlmir roHjioeiivo nro.'iii from mnn who would work thn ((round nnd dovalop tho resources of tlio dinlrioi, liut who, owinp; to tho avnrimoiia grood, tlio iunrlin, nnd tho forvent uraycr of thoni- diiminy miners (wIioho nolo aim nnd liopo is that siioctiln'.uri* niny bo indiinaii to buy thorn out), urn com pcllml oithor to (juit tha fli'ld or to ►trull nliatit in roliint-iuit iiUonnnn. Verily, tlio dummy noithor ' toils nor »\i'ui» j' and if our osoorta wort) dopon...

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HOSPITAL TENDERS. (TO THE EDITOR OF THE TEMORA HERALD.) [Newspaper Article] — Temora Herald and Mining Journal — 19 September 1882

HOSPITAL TBNDBES. (n tin itnrron «r rat tsiioeu Dtttiui.) 8rh,— I wish through the medium of your pnpnr to draw attontton to tho manner in which the publio husinosB is aonduotod by tlio mombora ot the UiiHinUil Committee, as shown iu their dooision of tho Mth instant, in rognrd iu lilt] ituai^iiniiuu ui iiiu vuuuur lur al«aring tha Hospital grounds, Al though there wore tandors in at 1 1 au iioro lesg, ihoy gavo Uio oontrcot to a parson at £4 los, or morn than 20 per oont moro than was teudorad for. Thoy nlso paM«d ft resolution oin« powering tho Visiting Oommiltoe to nfi'yi 10s a oord for wood, sltltough l hero was a tender to out it ford* «'d. If this is tho wny buainoss is trftmaoted, whnro is tho -i«o, I would ask, of going through tho farce of calling tondvr*. putting pooplolo unnooonnary trouble T Why not noiid for tho mnn nt once, and toll liiin to nnmo his prinu f which would bo much moro honoratilo thnn Ihrowing -Iunt in Uio oves of tho publio by calling tondon, wlion it ha...

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COOTAMUNDRA DISTRICT COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Temora Herald and Mining Journal — 19 September 1882

COOTAMUN'DRi DISTRICT COURT. Tm; following case* aro Hot down for hearing at thn CooUiruundra District Court, ou iCth iiistntit, before Mr Judtro DjwlinR :— W. II. L, Bailoy v' G. O. Orball, libel and slander, £200 Thus. Tcbay t S. 0-von, work and lnrini. -fann £Si Iu 11.1. S Hiirlr,. r Sarah Houvor, work and labor done, £1A 9a. Jas, iGibb v Jas. McKay, dnmiigos to sheon, £150 Kwd. Strongithsriu v S. OVoo, pooit sold, £17 3s Cd. Matthews Bros. ~v S. Owen, goods sold, £13 188 1 Id. G. G. Orbell v W. H h. Bailey, libsl £200 John Doniff v M. Rignoy, money lent. £5 Anuio Matilda Noble v R. H. Oliver, broach of promiso of marriage, £200 G. G. OrbellvJ. T, Uoran, libel £200 A. J. 6. Wohr v W. H. I,. Bailoy, libel £200 Donis Bowes v W. Poterson, pro. note, £82 18* 4d. E. Purchase t E. 0. Moonoy, goods cold, £38 18s Gd. S. Kearney v Patk. Hannan, overdue pro. note, £41 16s. Webster v Len ane, commission, £56 18s, Permewan, Wright & Co. v Michael Oomyns, trainago. £11 0s &d. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Temora Herald and Mining Journal — 19 September 1882

5UAcqBSfl!i FOU RHEUMATISM, Neuralgia, Sciatioa, litunbaeo, BaclcMhe, Soreness ol the Chest, Oont, Quins;, Sore Throat, Swellings and Sprains, Dams and Scalds, General llodily Pains,' Toolfa, Bar, and Headaobe, Frosted Feet, and Ears, mni all oilier pains and aches. No preparation on «artb equals fit. Jacob's Oil as a n/c tun, tinpU and rieap External Remedy. A trial entails bat tbe comparatively trifling tmtlayof HaU-a-Crown, and vrarj one snSeung ?with pain can bavt cheap and poaitivs proof of its el aims. Directions in Eleven languages. Bold b; all druggists and 4eaUn in UedieJne. pmce nA^F-A-cnoyy. s$» 'VTOT1CE is hereby siventliat a -Jnart«rly Ga.B.«HME03E, Oak otlSttT Sessltns. ' Court Soiise,ODotannintta,ist9eapt«i-- w.^Bsa. -.:. ..;..::?- ,,'...? . .' m ROYAL HOTEJbi CQGTAM&N&RA. ABEW80N BBO8 to annmnes to the tmblie ol Oopta i mnndra «nd sarroundiog diArftts that fae hasbeoomethe lessee of the .bore botd (so tamrabfar knoan under tbe n\evi UrD. H. Hughes), a...

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