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DEPARTURE AND ARRIVAL OF THE EUROPEAN MAILS. VIA CALIFORNIA. [Newspaper Article] — Temora Herald and Mining Journal — 22 September 1882

DEPAETDEE AND ABBItTAL OF THE ' EUEOPEAN MAILS. vu auroBxu. mrc BTDSSY. | aubxyx BYcyrr. September ? ? TiSeptcmber. ? S3 O^ober ? ? ? £]October .,......,..,.21 Korember ? ? SjNorember ...» ? 18 November ? .SOjDecembex ? ? 16 Decembtt ? ? S8 1863. Lfeooftry ? ..13

Publication Title: Temora Herald And Mining Journal
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THE TEMORA GAZETTEER. MINING DEPARTMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Temora Herald and Mining Journal — 22 September 1882

THE TEMORA GAZETTEER. MlKIKQ DurAKTMEST. Warden : Chns. De Boos j Warden's Clerk : R. Zouch Mining Registrar : W. O. Kropp J Mining Surveyor : H. M. Nash j Bailiff of Warden's Court : J. Davoren Police Defabtvekt. Police Magistrate : Chas. De Boos Clerk of Petty Sessions : li. ^ouch Sub-Inspector : P. Lyons Senior-conBtable Walmsley and 3 troopers Senior-constable Oliver and 7 cons tables. CotmT of Requests. Registrar : R. Zouch Bailiit : J. Davoren Post AND TeLEOHAFB DxPABTKSKT. Postmaster : ,W. Weatherall Assistant : J. Foley Operator : H. Malone L'ddlio School. Teacher: W. Swann Assistant Teachers : Messrs. Dart aud Smith Temoba Hospital President : C. De Boos. P.M. Vice-Presidents ; G. G. Orbell and W . Seymour Committee: Messrs. Boxhall, Ryan, Wlielan, Moron, Hickey, jPorler, and Parker Surgeon : Dr. Crawford Treasurer : James Curtin ' Secretary : Harry Chandler. Lodge of Oddfellows, M.U.I..O.O.F Noble Grand J. W. A. H. Porter, Vice-Grand: A. Phillips Secretary : J. D. Campbell...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Temora Herald and Mining Journal — 22 September 1882

TEMORA HERALD OFFICE ! HOSKINS^TREET, TEMORA. ALL KEJDS.OF JOB PRINTING i executed with NEATNESS AND DESPATCH. AX SYDNEY PRICES. ((Tlliri'i^u). 'JOHN n. MULllOLLAND & Co., ' Property Siilexmou, Houso, Laud and Business Airi'uts, AocountantR, Broken), nud S'uluators, Waterloo Cham bars, O«oiyo-*trwt, Syd ney, nro propnrod to iiiidertiilco tho Sale of lloiiKus, Lntul and othor Pro portj by Auction or Private (Sale, as may bo arranged ; tho Agency or Management of l'ot.lio or 1'iivnto -~'utii jinn i -?« (milling or otherwise ; the P'lllcM tiun of Rents, Debts and Divi ileinln; tho realinstion of Assigned Ettales, aet for and represent Credi tors ; pun'hnsu and sell Shares on account ; elteet Mortpiip'S uu-l Loans, ' and give their personal attention to all imitti rsof (lonerui lluhiuoss, where an Agent limy bo reijuired. Unexeep tionublo References and Security given when required. Communica tions by letter jiromptlv nttended to. JOHN'H. MULllOLLAND and Co., Finnncial Agents, e...

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BARMEDMAN. 18th September, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — Temora Herald and Mining Journal — 22 September 1882

BARMEDMAN. 18 tli September, 18811. Tits Fiery Star is now excitiug some attention, but I hnvo of Into inadvor tontly omitted to rofor to it. Tliero is now a magnificent ri-ef over 7 feet in width, and some of tho specimens obtained during the week nre «urna« singly iioh. The stono almost orumlilos at the touch, and will be easily crushed. It is very plain that- once this reef has been opened out, there will (in suffi cient stone to kocp an ongiuo em ployed. Mining news, so far as now finds aro 'onci'i'iii'tl, is by no means plenti ful. but tlm prospnrts of sovftr.'i! of tho reefs lire improving, although lioolhor line has boen fouud alnoo the Moon light wns opened. The place is at' present invaded by speculators; and should they mioceo'l in tholr predatory movoments. you will bo duly apprisoa of the fnct Tho van is led hy Ciipti»in 'Mutthows. and Mr F. Detoros is said to ho bringing up some ' heavy guns' from the roar via Temora. Surely the common sense of botli vendor and purchase...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Temora Herald and Mining Journal — 22 September 1882

Tbe GOLD MEDAL of tlio New Zealand Exhibition, aud the SILVER MEDAL of tho Perth Exhibition wore awarded to W. 11. Soul, for. his Oulinary and Pharmaceutical Preparations. TEMORA DIGGERS. SEND FOR PRICE LIST, AND SAVE MONEY. Washington H. Souls's Patent Medicine, DRUGGISTS' SUNDRIES, and PERFUMERY DEPOT, 177, Pitt-streot, Sydney. EVERY ARTICLE GUARANTEED GENUINE. T)ILLS, Cough Mil turc-s and Lor.onifos, Oils, Embrocation, Snrsiipniilhi Blood Mixture* and Purifiers, Worm Medicines, Cooling Draught* mid Powder*, including remedies for the CURE and ALLEVIATION OF ALL COMPLAINTS of the Stomach. Liver, Lungs, Kidneys, Bowels, lC)rn, Tooth llair, Skiu, Ac., comprising Consumption iu itsoarly stages, AMhinn, Uronchiiil Abortions, Nervous Debility, Indigestion and Dyspepsia, Oonsti. imtioim. lVuirihoma, Piles, Gout, Semtiuii, Rheuiuntitun, Ringworm, and all iillier Akin Diseases, arising from whatever oauBe. Also, Enemas nnd Syringes, of all kinds, breast relievers, and other appliuncos. Fo...

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Mining Brevs. [Newspaper Article] — Temora Herald and Mining Journal — 22 September 1882

Hinhg 2ms. J?h' South Australian Co. crushed lust week 154 tons from the Fanny Pnim-11 for R8 ou, We have it on the best of authority, that the Adelaide (Agnes) Company's ground has be«u tested north, south, east, and west, from the surface to 116 feet, and not a siirn of a reef to be found; and that on the Warden's return suspension will be applied for. * We understand that No. *i Sampson and party are still washing up, and the return is still keening to tbe average of 3 or to tbe load. James and party, of the l'Etoile du Sad claim, at the reer of tbe Betreat Hotel, are. we bear, on a new run of dirt, whioh is yielding well when Washed. At the next Warden's Court a num bi? of «u«pensions will' he applied for, and which, if gran'cA. will cause a 'shut np ?hop'appearanoe in Temora , . J' j^ jiil,tt« j»«r returns on invest-nent in 'imatn f uidling ma chinery on Temtra, we may mention, that tbe S. A. P. Oi.. .about to b' woundup, bas paid two sixpenny and one threepenny dividend ; in a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Temora Herald and Mining Journal — 22 September 1882

fi»ta. — To-roorrew, an Immense Auction Cldtrinft 9sl« *111 be held on tbs fUTOtwe kit oocn|-)'d 'bv fc, FitsjMnes m aelnllilersnil boot J«itlrr. The ulit inbnter* everything In t\ii- tlisp* ol Men's anil Hoy»' Clothings, and Woman's, M*n-, sod Bnvs' Hoot* and fhoea. The rinMbasei* nt Fill* ? jsmerfs sioek are determined to dear it out at all hatsrds, regardl si ot onst ; ao tbnaa desirous of obtaining artleles at 16 par cent under COST slionld attend, (Adyt.) Tcmom, April Ut,lS9J, — I have analysed * aamiile ol at« limed at Mr. Ifowleon's Wen Brewery, Oontamandnt Bold, and fli-d It to be a remarkably nan and wholesome beveraje. being pflrt«U? free from taall oil end other Impurities. These qualities, to Wlhnr wlib ita Ion per eentape ot alooliol lint freedom lro/a acidity, eipocisllv reoooi, won d it to tbe working wan ? B. R. K. niitxcrr, L.R.C.8., Irel.. L. Ned, At., First Prlieman in Chemistry, Dablin.—Anrr. 116 fill CDtutHlteDY FOR RHEUMATISM, Urarslirle. Bdstloa, Ltimb^RO, Bae...

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Original Correspondence. TEMORA QUARTZ CRUSHING COMPANY. (TO THE EDITOR OF THE TEMORA HERALD.) [Newspaper Article] — Temora Herald and Mining Journal — 22 September 1882

Original Corra3p:nionC3. TEMOEA QUARTZ CRUSHING I OOMPA2TY. , (Tt) THE KDTTOB or THK TEMOIU BFBALtJ ,) Sre. — Oan you inform me, Mr Editor, bow it is that there are no brokers appointed to assist iu dispos ing of ecrip in the above company f Is it because faonest business men de clined to act with certain parties f It appears to me, sir, that this error will give a fatal blow to the floating of the Temora Quartz Crushing Com pany. 1 If out of «x age&ts of Temora fiiere waa »ot-n» tobe found to act with the seventh, why not at least ap point one of tbe six to lend aid in selling company shares. Toms, tc,, j No*Tn-PLiwijiimu fob Cokumiov. [Our correspondent need not fear about any ' tiddlewinlring,' as he calls it, with regard to the Co , for there are sufficient honest diraotors on tbe Board to counteract any evil effects , of outside commission influenoe. — Ed. t. n.) 4

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TEMORA POST OFFICE TIME TABLE. [Newspaper Article] — Temora Herald and Mining Journal — 22 September 1882

TEMOEA POST OFPICS TIME TABUL] Arrivals from— Sydney : Sunday, Tuesday, Wednes day, Thursday, Friday end Satur day, at S 30 p.tn Jlailgnard: Sunday, Tuesday, Wed nesday^ Thursday, Friday and Saturday, at 3.30 p.m. Cootamundra: Sunday, Monday, Tues day, Wednesday, Thursday, Fri day and Saturday, at 3.30 p.m. Young : Mondays Wednesday and Friday at 5.S9 p.m., by direct coach, and daily (except Monday t by Cobb and Co. 'Baraedman - — Saturday, Monday, and Thursday, at 4 p.m. Departures for — Sydney : Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Fri day, at noon *f»iljrnard at noon, Monday, Tues day, Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday. XJootamnndra : Sunday. Monday, Tues day. Wednesday, Thursday, Fri day and Saturday, at noon Tonngr1 Tuesday, ? Thursday, and ffclotday, at 7 tm, and daily (asospt Saturday) by E. Hey. i Mails rlasc half an hour prior to de parture. except J i iw:t Younjmail, I which closes at 'J 30 p.m. previous 'light. Barim dumn .—Wednesday, Friday, j and Saturday, b a...

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THE MONOPOLISING CLIQUE. (TO THE EDITOR OF THE TEMORA HERALD.) [Newspaper Article] — Temora Herald and Mining Journal — 22 September 1882

THE MONOPOLISING OLIQUF. (TO TBI KDITOft or TIIS TtllOIU asniut.) Sir, — It is cvidont to mo, as an impartial obsorvor having a stake in tbe district, that tlisro exists in Tom ora a clique who wish to have every thing their own way, and to bo able to ailonco ovoryono who dam* oppose their wishes. As nn outsider 1 eon obsom that tho HiiiMM) has proved an obstacle in tho way of realising tholr aims, and they appear now to be Using their most strenuous exertions to crush or removo it front tho district. In all tholr movements they aro to my voiw. warmly booked up by jour contemporary who evidently plays into their hauds apnntently for gain. Should they succeed in their attempts to silouco tho IlKHAt.n it will bo a sorry any for nu oi u* woming mm. ljoft freo to follow tlmir dsvlces, and aided by n subservient organ, tho linnd ot brothers will ride rouKhsliod ovox everyone, Tho presence of n socond juurnal in a r.lace liko this bocomos.'to my mind, an absolute necessity, in order to lo...

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LAW CALENDAR. CIRCUIT COURTS. [Newspaper Article] — Temora Herald and Mining Journal — 22 September 1882

LAW CALENDAR. Circuit Cotots. Young : September 29 Xass : October 6 Goulburn : October 12 Bathurst : October 23 Courts of Quarter Sessions. young : September 7, and Decem ber 5 GrenfeU : September 1 1 and Decem ber 11. GnU'ingai: September la Wa^ga : August 31, and November 28. Yass : September 15 Forbes: November IS. District Counts. Young : September 8, and December 6 .Cootamundra.: September 26. . ? _ r ffirenfeU.- .September 12, and December

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NORTHERN QUEENSLAND TINFIELDS. [Newspaper Article] — Temora Herald and Mining Journal — 22 September 1882

NORTHERN QUEliNtiLAND TIN FIELDS. (FROM A CORRESPONDENT-) HEnscRTOH : — The prosont mining centre of this largo stanniferous dis trict, is about At) miles from the coast town Cairns, and about 90 miles from Port Douglas, and is to the west of the great coast range, which is so prominent. ... I Herberton, and the aistnct is eiso very rangey, and most of the Tin lodes are confined to the summits of these hill» ' '?d occur very diifeiently to the ordinary quartz jwefs as found for gold. The notiooable features are the variety of ores, different veins and underlays. The lodes are of various sices, aud seldo*n two alike, there is no fairly defined course of the lodas. and shafts are sunk all ways. 'Nof^lhsUhai%*tli1s,llieTar!ou» | -ro- duotions found on die aurfaoe workings in every cava have been extremely rich, giving evidenoos of great mineral j wealth below, only .requiring capital^ as neoessaiy to develope this district { and prove it a seoond Cornwall, Tin ! is also being worked fo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Temora Herald and Mining Journal — 22 September 1882

W . b' . QUAIL BvuvEVon. Bll AKF.BKOKKll AM- At. ('UONKlCIt, I-ixn, Iran, and 'CttiFUM. CdVSIlliflOK AoJWT. HfliCBB jfoyal Miuin£ Kxilinnpo, lloakins-sl., 'iVmorn, 107 MK. FltANK DLTORE8, Mining Bhokkr, ArcrioxE eh, Commission Agent, Maiiiikehy and Shake Broker, TKMORA. ptLAIMS floated. Scrip sold on Com ' million, Shares di9\Kwd of, and all Miuing Matters Uikcu in liaiul. 30G J. B O'CONNOR, AUCTIONEER, SITAREBEOKEK. INSURANCE, AKD COMMISSION AGENT. ? i Agent (or tbe Northern, Royal, »nd Man* Chester Firo anil Lite Assurance Companies Melbourne, i-'c., &c., -tc., &c., &o. Agent for Melbourne Mercantile Firm, destine in Wines, Spirits, Groceries, V'urni tare, Stationery, Fancy Goods, Ironmouger.v Crocxsiyware, Ac, for which liberal terms will be given. TO OUK FBI 'ENDS. We nib an appeal tothosci ol our Iriendt, whose aoconnts faaTe been unliquidated for come lime, to pay up in order to assist na in kelping to support some dooble-dyed schemers and starving pett...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Temora Herald and Mining Journal — 22 September 1882

n. w. r. d e B o o b, A v f o n * ? t, Souoitok AMD Plt'oCTon, UOSKJNfi.flT., TKMOIU. Comtnlnloncr for Affidavit* OAmi— N«t Post uid Telegraph OfllMi mo John n-saiiu,, Attorney, Solicitor, end Prostor. ' 3rotmo- MURDOCH AND FRODSHAM, Attorneys, Solioitore&Proctors, OOOTAMUNDRA. MrFrodsham will attend theWardon'e Court, Temora, when retained. 28S SIM Department of tnnds, Sydney, 8th May, 1882. THE undermentioned gentleman has been duly authorised to prepare plans and make tracing! (ram the maps o( tbe Rurveyor Ocneral'a Offioa, via. Mil Gaoaos Boites. vols. (Signed) HI. 82.-1,001. -JOHN BOBEBTSON. Applications lor Plans and Traelopi and ??very infomiation concerning O.P.'s may l-e addressed — . Ms. G. BUTTERFEELD, Pontic DoLVanrttun, 956 Box 702, Q. P. 0, CJ. BUGKLAHD, Stook, Station, am' ? land Agent Has apeelal faculties tor commanding lowest rates of Frelghta and Insursnoes, &c., (or WOOL, 4o., it reserved prises an not obtained in Sydney. Station supplies pur chas...

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Latest Telegrams. LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Temora Herald and Mining Journal — 22 September 1882

Latest Telegrams. (may «nn own o.iHiiiciii-nNDiixr.) Loniion. Tuesday. Tlie rebel troops at Abdullah »nd Aboukir have lurroudwod, nn«j tli« lliitihli troops occupy l»-tli parrisnns. The Kliodive, with the K/vjiliiiii Ministers and Sir Klwnrl Miilut, Coiimil-GiMii-rul, leave Alexumlria for Cairii on Tliursday. , Ti-e 24th instant is to ho observed in all churoheain thp United Kingdom as n dav oi thanksirivtni: tur iliu recent victory iu Ejypt. A feailiug firm at Lima in Poru is making inquiries in London as to the cost of a monthly supply of four hun dred tous of Australian fruxen beef to lie shipped to Cullao. In eojisoq uenro of Jio heavy rain the oriolcet uiatcb has been postponed ' till Weduesday. Wednesday. Tho Australian oolbnists in London have arranged for a banquet to the Australian CriokctTi on Thursday. Tho British Government havo stipu lated that in no case shall any leaders who may he convicted by oourts lYiartinl hn executed without the pre vious consent of the Snglish ...

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THE MINING LAW. [Newspaper Article] — Temora Herald and Mining Journal — 22 September 1882

. THE MINING LAW. If the intention of the Mining Lair and regulations be to reward and foster the operations' of designing schemers, to harass genuine workers, and to discourage tlie investment of capital in developing the mineral resources of the colony, then it is eminently successful in its results. xne persevering woricer, wuo invests his capital aad bestows his labor in wresting golden treasures from the earth, is regarded as the lawful prey of any astute schemer who, while despising honest labor, has sufficient vigilance and cunning to circumvent him. The mischievous part of the affair is that the Law punishes with forfeiture, instead of fine, the most trifling infringement of a veiy abstruse and complicated code of regu lations. This state of affairs produces a set of lynx-eyed harpies who are j continually on the look-ont to dis cover some legal flaw in a neighbor's title to his property, either to deprive J liim of it altogether or, what is con- ; sidered preferable, to lev...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Temora Herald and Mining Journal — 26 September 1882

W. fc' . 0 u A 1, L tV'.vKYOli. stiARE/?noi;i:R A.vn .^'ctionkkd, 2 i-n, V'.rnTK, *KI- Gr.Ntn.M'. Commission Agent. Ollkva .,u''n; \U::lnp E\i'hn:»|iO, 'nofekinP-Bt.' TriiHira. Ifi' Ml!. 1UANK DKTORKS. Munsa Buo.-ve, Ave.' neer, CoJIKISMoN Aoknt. Maciikekv ami Share VitOKEn, / I.V'K.V pi .ATMS s-r=:- «..U on Com. V ... S;i:;ri's ,*i«d of. aiul i.ii Siluii'- M:i!'ors tukf:i in bund. aflfi 'i. B O'CONNOR; uv nox su a r. eb hoiler . and C . -1 M1SSI0 -' AUEST. Agent Ici tbe Northern, Boyal, rnd Man t\ frtur l'ifoani Lito Assurauoo Companies Mvibaurne, &c., &o,, &c,, &c., Ac. Agent for Melbourne Mercantile Firms dealing in Wines, Spirits, Groceries, I'uroi tnr*», Stationery, Fancy Goods, Irontuougery | CrocKfrywars, dfcc, for which liberal tonne will be given. XQTICE TO CORR ESPOND ES'rS, M.J.S. — TTt have tride enquirif:. and find that the ptraon j ?- u allude to u rot a vrge* tarian, although kit appearance yovld I tad you to bthtveke livce ongratt. Kit...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Temora Herald and Mining Journal — 26 September 1882

W. p. PS BOOS, A * * « a a ?£,* : Sol ioitoh Aitn.PaBOTon, UOSKIKB.Sr., TEMOBA. Commissions* I or Ottoss— Next Rostand T«Ufr»ph * OfflcM ' ' ' - . W J tr# Ift b Ufi'8.ai^fc - Attorney, Solioitor,' *nd Prortpr. BOTUSOWA - STREET, YOUNG. MURDOCH AND FR0DBHAM, Attorneys, Solicitors& Proctors, OOOTAMUNDRA. Mr Frodsliam will attend the Warden's Court, Temora, when retained. 285 2489 Department of Lands, Sydney, Cth May, 1888. THE nnficraentionod gentleman has been ' duly authorised to prepare plans and make tracings from the maps of the Surveyor General'# Offioe, vis. Mb. Gbobqb Bcttes- field. (Signed) Ml. 82.-1,001. . JOHN ROBERTSON. ; Applications /or Plans and Tracings and every information concerning GJVs may be addressed-* Mb. G. BUTTERFIELD, ' Pcblio Diuuonmus, - 28® Box 702, O. P. O. CJ. BUCKLAND, Stock, Station, an-' ? Land Agent., - Hj? speaisl facilities for commanding lowest rates ot Freights mi Insurances, &o., (or . WOQIj, Ae., if reserved prioes are not obta...

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MINING CONTINGENCIES. [Newspaper Article] — Temora Herald and Mining Journal — 26 September 1882

MXNINO COmUNGENGIEB. Tas incident which occurred at the prospector's claim on 6atnrdaj last, , corves to illostrate the dangers to ; which persona engaged in xni&ing are j exposed, and the necessity of adopting due precautionary measures to ensure j the safety of men so employed. Fami- 1 izanrj vnth danger often engenders a great degree of recklessness, \rhich is altogether alien -o n sj)irit of bravery, for which it ia oiton mistaken. It is an imperative duty, which no' wise man neglects, to use all ordinary pre cautions to ensnro personal safety and mimmifio the ri&k of disastrous acci dents in our daily avocations. The man who wantonly exposes himself to | fatal risk, cither through carelessness, indolence, or recklessness, does not possess the stufj of which true heroes lire made. To die the victim of one's own folly is not the act of a hero, who only risks his lift* at the call of duty or the dictates of humanity. The conviction forces itself upon us, that the i...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Temora Herald and Mining Journal — 26 September 1882

. ,?» FOB ' ? ? ' RHEUMATISM, jRetml&t, Sciatica, I/ombogo, Bickaehe, Soreness of the Cheat, Goat. Qnln.r, Bore Throat, Swelling! U3 Sprain,, Bnma ul Snlli, General Bodily Paint. Tooth. Ear. and Bfdache, Frogied Peat, aod Eat*, And *11 other prills and ache*. . Mo preparation oocarth-efuali St. , mt ttfe \ «M-a-Orownt-3iSa^wr»7 one inflwut I wnh^wMa nto tbttp nA {«^n i jwajgr aji Aagfftt, Mod aa&a h, \ Itefatafc ! AN UNPRECEDENTED BARGAIN. For Sale, The Orient Livery Stables and Plant . THE mnnt oomploto null oxtonnivo JOI) MASTER'S PLANT out of Sydney or Wi-llmmim, at lironont doing ft flr«t-filH»s Iniirinniui — oomnrisinir tjio woll-kuftwii ORIUNT YARDS, oocupvitiK a HALF AORIS OF FREHHOLD in tho V12UY CENTRE nf Oio TOWN OF TEMORA. upon whioli nro orwtod mi Kxtmnivo RANGE OF STA111JNQ. OOACtt HOUSES, SHEDS, DWELLING HOUSE. So,, Re.. A Plentiful Supply of Water on Uio ground. Togotlior witli WORKING PLANT, compriaincr 11 Vohiolos, Har ness, Ttronty Splondid Harass (...

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