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BARMEDMAN. 25th October, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — Temora Herald and Mining Journal — 27 October 1882

BARMEDMAN. (ruoa oon owjf o.mnRsrosDEXT.1 I 25th Ootubnr, 1882. riniimRshOoMMiTi'Kn. — ThoProgrosit Onmuitten hold nnotlior mooting on Saturday last. Mr John Frasor occu pying tlio chair in tho absanoo of Mr K, Clark. Members present— Messrs Jno. Frasor, Curnow, Wollington, Walker. G. Quail. McCarthy (socro tary), nnd 1\ Donnghuo. The ininutes of tlie previous meeting were confirm.'), and the Sooretnry read copies nf letters which hnd boon nd» dmisod to Mr Vnughnn. M.P., inform ing him of tho formation of tho Pro gress Committee, and requesting him to urge on the Government tho con struction of a telegraph line via tlio now Tomora rond, wnieh could bo cleared, thus serving a double purposo. A. letter from Mr Uickey, of Teiuora, was rend stating that Mr Watson, M.l\, had boon endeavouring to pro cure from Government £ I QQO for cloy mmimr snmTorTn. oonstruotlon of the teleirranh line. The co-operation of Darraedman was rcquMtoa. This nota had been posted previous to tho receipt of ou...

Publication Title: Temora Herald And Mining Journal
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THE TEMORA GAZETTEER. MINING DEPARTMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Temora Herald and Mining Journal — 27 October 1882

THE TEMOHA GAZETTEER. Mim-o Dj3\uirM&vT. Warden : Chas. De Boos Warden's Clerk : B. Zouch Mining Registrar : W. O. Kropp Mining Surveyor : H. M. Nash Bailiff of Warden's Court : J. Davorcn Police Detaiitmext. Police Magistrate : Chus. De^Boos UlerK ol reity cessions : -n- w™ Sub-Inspector : 1'. Lyons Senior-constable Walmsley aud 3 troopers Senior-constable Oliver and 7 coas tables. Comti of EeacEsrs. i H/Qgiirtxax : It. Slouch Hailiff : J. Daroren Post and TELEOiurn DErAiiTMEXT. Postmaster : W. Wosthercll A cfc.ctn n , . T PnW Operator : J'. Pluukett. Public School. Teacher: W. Swann Assistant Teacher : Mr Hammond.^ Temora Hospital, president : u. ue j-oob. j. -ju.. Vice-Presidents '? G. G. Orbell and W . Seymour Committee: Messrs. Boxliall, Xtyan, Wiielan, Moran, Hickcy, Porter, and Parker Surgeon ; Dr. Crawford Treasurer James Curtin Secretary ?? Harry Chandler. Ijodoe of Oddfellows, M. 17.1. , O.O. F Noble Grand .- J. W. A. H. Porter, YiQ8*urauu » a. i. uiui£tB Secretary...

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News Items. [Newspaper Article] — Temora Herald and Mining Journal — 27 October 1882

News Items. It is rumored that 8ting has been purchased by Messrs- Jones, Miller, and O'Brien, for £3000. The Behring hulk, with powder, bas gone down to Middle Harbour, to tlie oomfoit of the dwellers upon the har bour chores. Bedfern Churoh of England people have decided to support their denomi national schools. Two residents have guaranteed the salaries of the teachers for three years. The most cold-blooded remark at the tram acoident on Monday was uttered by a well-dressed lady to a oompatxion. It was, 'Oh, desr! They will never get that unfortunate wreteh out, and we shall never gel home. The notice, able exoression of indifference tn ' that wretch's' horrible condition was ice itself. A swarm of bees alighted on the ahip Hansa the other day. They are evidently tired of Australia. John Kflgany was' charged with attempting suiciS^ by getting beneath the tram. 'Tastes diner, but it was surely a rury diseased appetite that desired that form. of death. New telegraph offices at a co...

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TEMORA POST OFFICE TIME TABLE. [Newspaper Article] — Temora Herald and Mining Journal — 27 October 1882

IEM03U POST OFFICE TIME TABLE. Arrivals from — Sydney : S tin day, Tuesday, Wednes day, Thursday, Friday and fi&tur- day, M 3 SOp.m ' JfiHjpraj; Sunday, Tdesday, Wed Cootamundra-. Sunday, Monday, Tues-j day, Wednesday, Thursday, Fri-i anil RahinAflV. ?f JUO MHLT ' 1 Young ? Monday* wedneeday snd] 3n5i»y it S.80 pan., iy direct! Barmpdmati i Catnrfoy . Monday, ^uiuninWiWSMu. ftyd«-ari:56mi^r Mangay, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thmaday ssa Bi flay, at^ioon , MaileuardYat 410011, Monday, Tues 2*y, Wednesday, Thursday, and Fttday. Cootamundra : Sunday. Monday, Tues day. Wednesday, Thursday, Fri- ] flav and Saturday, at noon Young : Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday, at 7 ojdu, and daily by E. Hey. Mail* close half an hour prior 10 de parture, except direct Younj mail, which closes at 9 SO p.m. previous Stfrn-dtnan - — Wednesday, Friday, and Saturday, 6 *an-, per Mar shall's Coafh. yhST' Tain 3$5™'sy4|Mgr evety ~ erttilig%&oeptfian-!ay)«t 8.30 Md arrives at Cootamundra next suminga...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Temora Herald and Mining Journal — 27 October 1882

Tbmom, April 1st, 1S32. — I bare analjrpd a sample ol ale brewed »t Mr. Howiaoo'a Lion Brewery, Oootannodn Boad, ui find it to be a remarkably pore and wholesome bevence, being perfectly free from (nail oil and other impnntiea. These qualities, to gether with ita low per eentage of aloohol and freedom from aildit;, eapecially noom, mend it to the working man. — K. H. K Bkkkett, L.B.O.8., Int. L. Mei, fte., lint Prizeman in Obemiatrr, Dublin. — Adtt. 116 CEBMHiElt FOB RHEUMATISM, Menral^a, Eoiatiea, Lumbago, Backache, Soreness ot the Chest, Ooot, Qoinay, Son Throat, Swellings and Sprains, Soma and Braids, General llodil; Paint, Toolli, Ear, and Headaohe, Itosted Feet, and Kara, and all other pains and aohea. Mo preparation on earth equals St. Jacob'* -N1 as a —Jt, ran, timpU and aith p^ can hare «heap »d -poaWTe '^DfartHooslaWwlangiMes.^, . ? Mil by all dnggisti m desbn ia FBICK HALF-A-CgOWjJ;_M8_ J^jy^ A B b-8 VIOTOBIA XHEATEE FOR *ffiREE NIGHTS ONLYj Oominend^JiOlJDAT, OCTOBER 30 ....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Temora Herald and Mining Journal — 27 October 1882

w . s . a u a 1 1. , Rriivrvon, t-i:.t!J.i-i:oKi.R ami u.niajiNx.n, !.am\ l--TfcTr, isn j GiNirn.u. Commiwuon Anr.NT i OiHi-on .loyal Mining Rxrhnng*, llnt-kinr.*), Ttmor.i, Ifi' V.V VI5ANK 1 in'OKKS, J Ki^k'h, Ai.ii.im mi. AllI'VT, | am- Simi.i; J'-i,h j.iis. Tvvrt«\. i'tT,ATM$ flMti'i) S,ri|* sol ! . 11 Curt:- j ' ' minion, Shun'*. of, ur.'l all Mining Mattel* takon iu h;'.n.i. 3PG J- 3„0.'COMNrtfi... ' , T'* ? AVCTTONEKi?, SI7AKKBI?0JCKJ! 1XSUKANCK, ASi- COMMISSI 0 N AGENT. Agent for tho Xert hern, licr&J, ©n-i Man Chester Fire and Lifo A**urancn rotnpsuies &!olboora*, &-*„ £c., &?-?., £c,, &c. Agent for Melbourne Mercantile* Firms j dialing iu Wiitos, Spirit*, -'iioccri»*, luiui. j tare, Stationery, Fancy uotnie, lrrnwiou£cry [ CrocKr-ry^-Arc, de, /t.r «l«:cL term* j Will be - } _ ! i MBEBTV OF THE PRESS. j In tlie caw - f OLarlsfi Hardy t ir.:f? 7c I Wapfa Advertiser, tried .1 lLo liiti Wn^a ] Circuit i 'oil! 1, Kfarr His Ilouor Sir I I H...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Temora Herald and Mining Journal — 27 October 1882

*^£ n. w, r, »t dooi Aitobxit, Solicitor a h » Phootoi HOSKINS-St., TKMORA. Commissioner lor Affidavits, OBIom— Next Port end Telegraph Offltx IS !{£!*- JOH W B D 8 8 B H Attorney, Solicitor, and Prostor. BURROWA - STREET, TOUNG MURDOOH AND FRODSHAM, Attorneys, SolicitorB& Proctors COOTAMUNDRA. Mr Frodshaa will Attend thoWarden'i Court, Temora, when retained. 28' C/. BUQKLAND, 8 took, Station, enr . Land Agent ?'*« epeolal facilities for commanding loved into* at Knights and Insurances, (to., (01 WOOL, Ac., if reaervod prioes ere no' obtained in Sydney. Station supplios pur oliiiBnd, List of properties (or salo on ^iew Lend Bgancy work o I all kinds has persona attention, Monoy lout on Stations, Stock, Freehold estates, and country or town propertied. Very liberal advanoes mode on olips o! Wool OBIooms Exchange, Sidney. THE 1LLOSTBATJID SYDNEY NEWS Ti\o only Art Journal in Australia, ii published every four weeks, in timo ioi despatch by tlie Csliforaiau Mail, Price One Shil...

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Latest Telegrams. lesson, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Temora Herald and Mining Journal — 27 October 1882

Latest Telegrams. (mov oca ovk 'connrsr v.-DEKT.) .XiDSiSON, Tuesday, Parliament mrVlo-day far the first time since the adjournment in August lost, tlie olijeti 'being to enable the Government to proceed with Glad stone's cloture proposals, which had I been postponed owing to pressure «f business. The House of 3-irds rare** on Thurs day, when Eari Granville will more & vote of thank* to Bcrin Wblseley aad the officers and men engaged in the recent campaign in Egypt for their cervices. The House will afterwards adjourn until November, when it is expect*-d the Season will be brought to a dose. ' r The suepidpn'Qntertiiined that Arab! w t being eecreUy supported by the Sultan in Ibis resistance to the British, haa jbeen greatly «rengtliened by dis covering voluminous correspondence Itetareen ttfem^Ktapding o»m« oonsi derable periol. _ T/Bttera which fiave passed show that' the Cultau was oof- nisant of *nd apitfTn-ed of the oonduct of Arabi And los^follomra. The news of the tjx...

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THE NEW LAND DILL. [Newspaper Article] — Temora Herald and Mining Journal — 27 October 1882

THE NEW LAND DILL. The founder of oar present land sys tem bas at last determined to recast «nd remodel the system of which tlie famous Act of 18G1 is the nuclous. No doubt this measure was conceived in good faith, and intended to eficct an equitable distribution of the public : lands of the colony, by enabling culti- j vatorsof die soil and portions of limited j means to acquire small holdings upon easy terms. Instead of achieving this deniable result, experience has proved that it has had a. most pernicious effect. Uy bringing two classes of colonists into direct collision, it has canxed the sacrifice of the best inte rests of the country by the one, in order to guard against the encroach* menta of the other. Pastoral leaso h'-llrra. in order to entrench their position against the tide of free selec tion, have been tempted to accumulate land at an unprecedented rate, mono polising the public estate in a whole sale manner, aid becoming themselves, in turn, the prey of money-lenders...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Temora Herald and Mining Journal — 31 October 1882

W . . (TAIL, F r i. -' i vi.n, ! MlAI'SniiOlil It AMI At i TIONI.Kit, 1 AMI, 1'fTiTlI, /xn G I'.NrtitAi, Covin'-., ion Aiiknt. Ullb os .toyal Mininp Exchnnpn, Iloskiin. t. Ti'Hiora, in? Mi;, i i'KT''i;i:s. Wjil'j IVo l Al',1 lnM'i:n, C.'MsiI -!. N Aim : r, Wachinui-.y ,\-'- Uiioni-.n, ?T'MOISA. /''iLATMS flonlei!. Pri ij» kcM on Cum. J iw'iVn. Mm™ ^ ill Alining WbOits tftkou ia jmii.j. 3'JC J. B O'CONNOR, AHCXXOXKKU, !-II AlvKHTCOKEI! ISSOnANOE, Asm COMMISSION AUENT. Agent (or the Northern, Royal, er.d Man Ciiectw Fire ani A^nrauen Comj ftoiCF Melbourne, -£c,. A:., i-o , ,Ve., Ac. Agent lor Melbourne Mrrcantile Firms fcaUa.c in NV\nca, Spirits, Cimcfri- s. V'urvi taro, Stationery, Fancy Go. »\t, Ironmongery GrocKftrywaro, -Se, for which liberal tones will be given. LJBEBTT OP THE PBESS. Tn the ease of rharlea Hardy t |T» gga TVcgga Adctrtittr, trird at tbe last Wepsa Circuit Com I, before His Honor Sir (vMra* l-3P.es, tbe learned JaJ^o in hie summing tiji fft'.d;— 44 Tbo public litd...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Temora Herald and Mining Journal — 31 October 1882

j' B. w. P. » B BOO e, Attohnit, 8o!,imto» a h t- Proctor, U08KIN8-ST., TKMOBA. Commissioner for Affidavits. Offlou— ftcxt Pott and Telegraph Offices iw- ' ? ? 3£- S'K B 0 S 6 E L L, Attorney, | Solioi tor, Mid Prostor. BURROWAi - STREET, YOUNG. M0BDOOH AND FRODSHAM, Attorneys, So3icitors& Proctors, COOTAMUNDRA, Mr Frodsham will attend thaWardon'a Court, Temora, when retained. 285 CJ. BUOKLAHD, 8 took, Station, an-' ? Land -Agont, !Ias special facilities for commanding lowost TiiUrn of Freight a and Insursnces, tec., tat WOOI., Ao» if reserved prioes aro not obtained in Sydney. Station supplies pur chased, Tint of properties (or sale on view. Land tigcucy wort ol ail kinds ho* personal Attention. Wonoy lent on Stations, Stock, Freehold (?slates, and country or town properties. Very liberal advances made on clips ol Wool. Offices ; Exchange, Sydney. rr\RE ItiUSTBATKD SYDNEY NKW6 I. Tho only Art Journal in Australia, is publlsliod every four weeks, in time for dinpatoh by the ...

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THE IRONBARKS RESERVOIR. [Newspaper Article] — Temora Herald and Mining Journal — 31 October 1882

THE IR0NBARK3 EESERTOIR. It is a matter of congratulation ttat tho reservoir was in a etii&cienUy adrcneod state to admit of conserving tho water euppliod by the recent rains, as it was feared that the rainy season might be over before any means of storage was available, Tho recent showers bare tend ed to place ony farther deepening of the dam out of tho question. It is considered by . many people a little hard on Mr TVaser that lie should be ssked to forego the profits arising out of the balance of excavation — 2000 yards — as, having borne all the initial ex ]-onse, this balance would form a con siderable item in {he profits of tbe contract The' first question is to s scare the boon of a supply of water for the ubo of the town, in view ol a possible dry summer, lite water already in flio dam* at tbe moderate estimate of one penny per ca&k of fifty gallons, would represent a value of over £130; and the idea of wasting this quantity of water, with the expe rience of ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Temora Herald and Mining Journal — 31 October 1882

PM| 0i /-% |v ^IS V I 'y.mm UuwIJ . - ??%? ?:.? ?? C=^l* . .'?* - i ( ' ' ' ' TKi'dnr/iT _,r^ (j Ark i tin - wl '4 tfc (ia Lill M Ep Bi ron RHEUMATISM, KonraleU, ^i«»tica, UaoVarJio, Koines of Iho OImpI. Ooui, Qul»*.v, ; *}»! | HtiriiK «ti)d SonJdfl, (JhumhI IXuh, To^ili, ICor, itii'l HinJ4ohn, V*r»»tO(\ Teot, I nuri Kara, nn«l nil otliur pnftts aihi aehoa. i J\o pri-pnrnlton «-arth v^uala 81, I .IhmIi'h Oil as « taj,-, tu rr, tivinlf and ehtap lCxtfriial llrtnofty, A trial rntalln but tho comparatively trirtinn outlay of HoU-rt'Oowii, nud wn)' um- n«(T-ii{nR with pain cni) havo dfiup and poeiUvo jir--nf of jtflcluiitiN, | 1 Hiod ions in KlflTml'intfuaca, I j Hiilit by all dmgQi^a nud di»Alm in ; f MoiJiciuf. ! g rillfiE HAT,r-A'CUOWN'. Sft'i SiriiRIFF'S SALE I In tlio Suprfm' Oi-'jrl of New SjuUi WoIca. JAMES nOCHKE. n»iuli(I. \V. B. LUCAS. SJUIAH JA.NE I.OCAfi, E JfOOliK, J01IS MrKAT, DIILLIP DAUYEHS, imi KviLUAM NIXON, DefDmUuts. NOTICE i« Ijcrcby pivpn lb*! l-y Tirino of an ctrc...

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[?]MEDMAN 30th October, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — Temora Herald and Mining Journal — 31 October 1882

, . 'fMKDM.VN, ( ritQM oun ows oonnttsroNnSNT.I ,'IOtli Oetoliftr, 1882. Tiif, main nlmft nl ll:« 11. 1T. Q. M i^n. in now Oh foot in ilo^ith, but tlm wntov iW« uot iipjii'iir to nu i-oaso. In addition to din tniuoM rniplnyod in mining utotn'. mnl tli i-o witu nro finlt iug (lie nliuft nlltuli') to, lb aivnil'.i- u miiiibor of huiidn ompbivod in tbo orvtimi of tbe orii'liinif pbuit. 'i'Juw i* a mnrked omit viu t bntwivt tho pro soiit Iiiiiv n |)]io:i vi noo of tiling#, iniil tlio timo w'lion lln-iT worn niorely tbron ,,r four nb.n'i«lii-l-l'T» at work, witb tlio .Iniil dry mid u ty. nnd «'lion nil the iittondiint biiiTort »f n ilrougbt bad sorely tried tbn p'ti'iir, ntvl piiokot* of 1VM'1. ''.lift. At t'illl Ada tl. M. (' '.'il 'V'lll'ld tlio llitf '?ll .ft ll:l:l boon , -.ill: t - ilii- doplh .,f ('--? f'.-t. TIk- iil.fo '??itiif. 11 foi't by 7, lo.it t:.o frii:-.'« mnl tinib 'i' will ro.liioo t'i.,1 i Oiri of tlio tri'.l. i is liiiiiihml, I— Jian -Loixi eoninioueod. Tlio uto ol li...

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Latest Telegrams. LONDON, Saturday, [Newspaper Article] — Temora Herald and Mining Journal — 31 October 1882

Latest Telegrams. fnsox oca own comcaroxDSST.} - Ixnmotr, Saturday, Considerable excitement in conse quence of intriguos of tbe Rnmalict» a pointed aKnsion a few days ago, applying for change of venue for tnal of the leaders -in tbe recent strikes. At Lyons a serious panic occurred. Apprehensions ara' entertained at So cialists rising on fc large ecalo. Tho commandant ot Ae city applied for additional troopsiwbich have sines arrived, ail pobBc buildings being guarded by tbe military. Thirty tbonsatd men belonging to various trades iafFrance carried out the recent threat, of waging war against capital, find are gone out on strike. The Freuhjfovernment issued - proclamation captioning adherents of law and order against manifestation of undue alarm ouShconnt of machina tions and threats J&f Socialists and strikers, expressinj a determination of maintaining ofder with a firm hand. t In tbe course a speech to bis constituents, the wd. Evelyn Ashley stated that the Ingerisl Govern...

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SEBASTOPOL. Oct. 25th, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — Temora Herald and Mining Journal — 31 October 1882

6EBA8T0P0L. moit oue ovns coiuiespokdbxt. Oot. 23th, 188S. Sebastopol bas deridedly takes a turn for the better at last, on account of _ the floating of tbe Morning Star being now looked upon as a certainty. One cannot stroll amongst tho claims euft^ut! ffuy in u-aitai'wOfA' u naiBf carried on compared to what it has been the last twelve months, as we have now every pros]«ct of having a large battery hero shortly. At the lfAVnitiA fitat. tl.A .1 ? mid -uuiwu4^ ui cue new perpendicular abaft is liemg vigorously carried on. and wlien finished will bo q trite a new feature out hero, as under the old company all the work was done on the underlay? The Evening Star, on tbe same lino of reef, is faat becoming a very valuable properly ine reoi now oeiog about tnme feet i wide, bus every appearance of deve- ! loping into a large body of stone, aud i is really showing Grst^ass gold. On tbe Homeward Bound line of reef things are again looking brisk, and some fine-looking *lone u bow being rais...

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COOTAMUNDRA. Monday, 5-30. p m. WEED v. BAILEY. [Newspaper Article] — Temora Herald and Mining Journal — 31 October 1882

COOTAMUXDEA. Monday, 5*30. p.m. WEEK v. BAILEY. A verdict for Bailey with heavy costs against Wehr. Judge said that Bailey's libels were libals of an honest man's, and Wehr'a were those of a deadly snake. Cheering in Court when tbe verdict was given. Oonrt rowed, lasted all dav. Healy for Bailey, ho made a brilliant speech. Later. The Judge said to would not believe one word of Wehr'a evidence. Per itirv nrooeedines ana beiniF inaUhitnl by the Crown. Daring tbe bearing of Hie case Webr r. Bailer, the Judge asked how sncih a fearful bill of costs had oc curred in the csro Orbell v. Bailey, and said that the Frathonotary bad no JUi^lUtRlror uie UlsrHCt Uobrt could only tax the costs as between party and party, and not between attorney and client.

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Mining Brevs. [Newspaper Article] — Temora Herald and Mining Journal — 31 October 1882

Mining Srevs. Cootamundra' G. if. Go. — Captain Matthews report! on September 26 that be bad paid * visit of inspection to the mine. He says it is almost impossible to break a stone without j sa ing gold in it. Mr T. Walters has been appointed manager. Mr J. Hol man. one of the directors, also reports having made an' examination of the properly, and considers that no time should be lost fn placing Cret-olass machinery on the ground. The mining manager of the Amelia G. H. Co. report*, under date Oct 26th : — * The new contractor for the western shaft bepau work on Wed nesday. I am staficro8R-cntting in tbe other workings. jThe indications ere that the reef will/ bo much flatter. If eo.I am in hopedro shall get a belter lode. | Two new mining claims in the Beef ten district havepwen named tbe Sir Garnet WolaeUgp and Bir AnnliflyM Allison respectively. t f *

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COOTAMUNDRA DISTRICT COURT FRIDAY October 27. [Newspaper Article] — Temora Herald and Mining Journal — 31 October 1882

oooTAMUxnn v j diptkict couid I'miuv, 0.-iii«in ST, Till* r»mrt was o|»nnpd|it 1-» o'ohwJ. on Tilday nmrniiig lt-' His Maw Tlii* ri'A'apulril liy IC. HcimHt nud .1. -1. il'Hjlii, lint'ilbt-»ic, ai^l Jloflly, rri-ilnhaiu« lioos, KMnrno' AU-i Moou--y, Molldlors. I BWUli V, lu litis entc O011U M.^^i^ou^ht t-« rooovov t'SJ 4n Od, In ing the aniouot of a j^.-Miinfory not*\ tlUl Hf-l t»n I Mi Pc liAving pivoh evi l«-t ic- ta port of pluintilT'rt rlnlty, avordtot »«i- [\\\ou tU« amouat ckiiuej, wiUt eoita. wr.J..iTi;« v, orsnfiv. (''! a i in, £1^1^:1.1, n10'® 'oil- Mi /.ii' j'i.iintiiT. V--hliri for ru^ml nu i UllUiNCU V, EC4M,i*. In tl.ia rtArdror, I 'i1 1 r t'.: I ctnilrnclor, BiMirthl to roccv?r*£ i'J { i | ? i«it ' work nud Jnhonr d»-nn. Mr I'r-J ap. sJrnelodby Mr Do Doos, for tho drfi-ndHu$7 At tlio laH District CouiL ihn J hiuiilt f-uod tho di^faniliut to recover for roj-air(» (o a coltngo. 1W Oousmt J nJ^' Downing referred tho CAae# aud also oil mnUtirit iu di^jmto bt-« twoca tho pn...

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MINING APPEAL. [Newspaper Article] — Temora Herald and Mining Journal — 31 October 1882

MlKI^tS APPEAL. Ou (be case of Henry Parker v, W. Tlaines bfing called on, Mr Bo0beU stated that it had been fettled, tbe £lp j-aid into Coarl to he banded to the appclknt, and tbe costs to be tascd in the osoal way, and paid to the res pondent . Mr Frodsham appeared for tho ap. pelaut, ud Mr Dsftnett, instructed by Air Kearney, for tbe r^oniouL Tbe appeal case, fine v. Harris, resulted in a reversal of the Warden's decision, or in Xavor of fiao. Lucas v. Boarke.— This cascroEulled iu a verdict for Bourfce, tbe Warden's decision being upheld.

Publication Title: Temora Herald And Mining Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
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