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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Temora Herald and Mining Journal — 3 November 1882

Bijtut and /ear not: Jjf.t all iht rndt Ihsu aim' it cl It lUy Country' I Thy God' i, and Truth's. THE TEilOEA HERALD. FEIDST, XO VEUBEE 3, 1S82.

Publication Title: Temora Herald And Mining Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Temora Herald and Mining Journal — 7 November 1882

w . s . a u a i l , Pi i. VI. Yen. 61Ultl£Bl;0KUl AM- .UilltMIl, I .am.. lu-iiTP, t(.u Ucsmui. r..\!vifMi-\ Aot.vr I I -ili- fa I .ioval Milling Kulu.iigr, Ho--li!ii'-*t. i IVmoi-u, lc: in;. hunk Mrrn);i:s, MlMN(l lll.i'KI II, AViTliiNKl.il, C« MWMIPN All! AT, U*l-|IIN-GIIV AND Sll.MIL HllOKEIt, TKMO1U. pLAlMS flnnl. .1.S.'rii-col.'.™ Pom ^' mlwii'ii. Slimvs iiiHiupM-1 ,-f. ami »'l Mining V.aUrrs tnlii-u iu ham!. ;ilU'i J. B. O'CONMOH, ABCT1ONKEH, ClUKKimOKKl! l.VSl'IUNCE, jikp COMMiSSIO X AO'ENT. Agout for (be Northern, Kojal, »i)J Man cLi.-ttrr Tire aud Lifo Assurance (.'ompanics Ucilwarue, ic, Ac, &e., it, 4s. igfiit for Melbourne Mercantile finna Win; iu Wlms, Spirits, Grocrrirt. l-'umi. (?are, Malioucrv, Fancy (ioods, Ironmongery CniCKeryware, -Sc, for wkieh libir.il Miss will be given. LIBERTY OF THE PRESS. in tho case ot ( iiai les Hardy v JTj?y* I n'ity;- JJreriiirr, tried at the last Wai-ita ! Cuiuit louit, More His Honor Sir Ueorpe Innc-F, the learned JuJgo iu bis ...

Publication Title: Temora Herald And Mining Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Temora Herald and Mining Journal — 7 November 1882

TIT H. W. J». D 15 B 0 O S, Attohxit, Sononos an» P n o o t o n, UO91UNS-ST., TKMOIU. Cmumlwlonor for Affidavit*, Ofllee*— Next Post and Telegraph Office* 100 Attorney, Solicitor, and Prottor, BUBEOWA - STREET, YOUNG. MUEUO0H AND FRODSHAM, Attorneys, Solicitor8& Proctors, COOTAftlUNDlU. Mr Frodsluim will attend tbe Warden's Oourt, Tcuiora, wbon retained. 285 CJ, 11U0KI.AND, Stosli, euUon, ta-? , Land .Agent. Has spreM fncililics for oommandlng lowest rotf-n o( Kreiglite and Imrannoes, &e., lor WOOL, Ac, if reserved priooa ate not obtained in Sydney, Station supplies prr cliascd, I.iBt of proportion for sale on viow. I^ond npeaov work of si] kinds lias personal aUcuUou. Monpy lent on Stations, Stock, Freehold palates, nnd country or town propertiei. Very liberal advances mado on clips at Wool. Offices : Cubango, Sydney. rwwrn ii.LDSTnA.TKn stones njsws X Tlio only Art Journal in Australia, U published ovorr four n-oeka, in ttao for drspatcu by tbo Califomian Mail) l'r...

Publication Title: Temora Herald And Mining Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Latest Telegrams. LONDON, Saturday, [Newspaper Article] — Temora Herald and Mining Journal — 7 November 1882

Latest Telegrams. m ? (fbou oca oirs co^rebtosdist.} Losdox, Saturday, The now prophet of Islam, whose doc trines lurainet Turkish Caliphate re cently exritod much, alarm, has been generally accepted as redresser and re generator o! tho Faithful, and has now 150,000 foUon-era. He contem rlates conquest of Egypt. It is ieared Baker Pasha's expedi tion lo Soudan will desert to the army of tha new prophet Tho town of Khartowan is totally undefended. There is reason to believe that the news of the defeat of tho false prophet of Soudan which Sir Charles Dilke announced in the Honso of Commons, was premature. The accuracy of the intelligence reeejpod hy the Govern ment is generally doubted: General AIiboq, in command of tho British troops remaining in Egypt, is about to despatch throe officers to Xhartowan to report upon the present condition ot affairs in Soudan. They ^witU*wfcC-wti»rith It is currently reported that Arahi Bey Trill be interred at the Xdand of Cyprus for his share in the...

Publication Title: Temora Herald And Mining Journal
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No title [Newspaper Article] — Temora Herald and Mining Journal — 7 November 1882

[We mast crave tile indulgence of our Teaden for the smaUnesg of onr present ehoct as thJG circumstance is owing to tlio unavoid cbls absence of ono member cf oar staff and ?the temporary illnesB of another.— E». T. J&\

Publication Title: Temora Herald And Mining Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BARMEDMAN. 2nd November, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — Temora Herald and Mining Journal — 7 November 1882

BAHMEDMAIT, ? . 9 CFEOU OTJB OWff COUEESPOSDEKT.I 2nd November, 1882. 1 bad an opportunity of viewing the reefs to-day . One underlies towards the east and tHero are 4 feet of sand stone between the two ; file other is underlying to tho went. These reefs have the appearance, of a saddle vhich is wide in the seat. There has been no deterioration in the show of gold. Hat well and party are down 35 feet and are passing through a body of stone. It ib probable that the new roef will be cut at 50 or 60 feet. In Hasset's the width of reef is from 2 to 5 feet and a little coarse cold iBviBibleinnnroWsof tlio.big blocks The increased size of tlie rouf has taiisoi' a consiilorabio ucMiliou to tho bulk of ihe hiuip aud tho stone iB imiircn-injf iu npiiearnnco nitli morn iiiiiiir.il. There in it mellow iilipcaiitucft Millii.ir t.) ihiit in tint first l-mli-r whivli wits found. Captain M.iliii.-wa Ins il..purti-.l f,n- Mi.Jboui-iio, ;:iil it in ].vuli.i!ilo that his vinit llllv llMV.. .1 in'H'.i...

Publication Title: Temora Herald And Mining Journal
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TEMORA JOCKEY CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Temora Herald and Mining Journal — 7 November 1882

TEJIOBA JOCKEY CLUB. A neetino of tho Committoo of tho above was held at Mr Boxhall's Queensland Hotel on Thursday eve ning last, Sir Kearney iu tlio cliair. Tho sale of booths, &c, was fixed io take placo oa Saturday, tho 26th in stant. It wus decided to advertise tho full programme twice in oaeh of tho local papers. Tho Secretary an nouucod that tho number of subscri bers was 48, and that the amount to the credit of the Club in the A. J. S. Bank was £!G5. Tho following aro the entries for the undermentioned events : — truou jociiei euro iukdicaf. Gto. Oocte&n'B R c Landlord, 8 yrs. ?I . T. l'razier's ch m Bowbcll, S j«. M. Walker's oh I Prudenoo, 1 yre. Q. Lintotl's h g MoBquito, i yrs. J. J. Tracj's I) g Idio Boy, aged. 0. Poplin'* br o Coolahah, 3 yn. A. JiQ'e blk h Raven (late Black Jaol), ased. Goo. Mair, Jan., br h First Light, 3 vis. Gea. Midi, jun., b g Koglishaiui, 4 ;ra. M. CooDry's g 5 Tait (late Pest), aged. P. M'AlUtoi'a «h h Courtney, aged. P. U'tlWei'...

Publication Title: Temora Herald And Mining Journal
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News Item. [Newspaper Article] — Temora Herald and Mining Journal — 7 November 1882

News Items. The woalthj- OaOioHos of New York BSvTTJnstTSum for ArohbUnop tpaav key a white marble tajifa*bn, which hasoost£U,000. J A hotel hu been oo/plefed at Jori Hri, Thame*, built /- the onler of Hori Mattene, a UJori chief of the When the OzanaJDnke Connt&ntine, going through a. E*nch exhibition of waxworks, came Aon the death-bed scene of his broths, the late Czar, in. etead of ehowiii««y emotion, he re marked, ' That J is to the life ; bat there should be aother ugtullette on his unifomx.' . The presenc of a cat inBide ihe organ serious! interfered with the musical portioi f Oi» Berries at St. itatthew*B Chi ra, Sheffield, recently. The animal hi Itafcen up iti position in the '? great ?jau,' and a lighted match bad to & applied to its tail before it wouM nit Thepopnlatii VAngtria, according ta the returns ot 4 conns taken at the cad of 2880, t only now made pnblio, is 21.794.: ; and this total, classified aooordii o nationslitie*, u subdivided into 90.8C-4 ...

Publication Title: Temora Herald And Mining Journal
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No title [Newspaper Article] — Temora Herald and Mining Journal — 7 November 1882

An Aooriugton paper reports a serious desecration in tho burial ground of a churoh at Oswaldtwistle. Lt states that no fowor than (on bodies havo boon romovod by tho boxton, iu ordor to ninlro mom for a now vault, nud tlmt no authority from tho Uouia Secrx-'nry vrns oMniuod.

Publication Title: Temora Herald And Mining Journal
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Temora Herald and Mining Journal — 7 November 1882

FOR RHEUMATISM, Nenralgia, Sciatica, Lnmbngo, Unskacbe, Soreness of tho Chest, Gout, Quinsy, Soro Throat, Swellings and Spraiuf, JJurns and Scsldn, General llndil.v 1'tiae, Tooth, Kar, and Hoodnclio, Frosted Feet, and Ears, aud all other pains and achea. No preparation on earth eiinala St. Jacob's Oil ns a mfi, tun, »i-»;if« »nd rhrap External Kcuiodv. A liial entaila bnt tbo comparatively trifling outlay of Haif-a-Crown, and every one suituiing with pain can have cheap and positive proof of its claims. Directions iu Kleron langn&gcs. Bom u-- ail aruggisis «ua oe&iprs in Medicine. VRICF. HAi.F-A-CROWy. 282 r\ V K SEW BOOK. 'THE Economical JtViosc Farnishins Guide*' contains tho wholo ol our former lisls carofally rovised ond romodelled. Jt i» published far distribution gratis; not only oar Customers, but KVEUYHODY is entitled to a copy. It is Bout post free everywhere. CAMl'MiLI. MIOTIIBUS, BOTAL FUnVlSHING AnCADE, 426 Gsorge-st., Sydney, ucxt the ltay&l Hote...

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LAW CALENDAR. CIRCUIT COURTS. [Newspaper Article] — Temora Herald and Mining Journal — 10 November 1882

LAW CALENDAB. Cibcuit Courts. Goulburn: October 12 Bathurst : October 23 CotrBTs or Quarter Sessions. Young : December S Grenfell : December 1 1 . Wagga : November 28. Forbes : November 15. District Courts. Young: December 6 Grenfell: December 12.

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THE TEMORA GAZETTEER. MINING DEPARTMENT [Newspaper Article] — Temora Herald and Mining Journal — 10 November 1882

THE TEMbRA GAZETTEER. Miscra Djir.utTMEST. Warden : Cbas. De Boos Warden's Clerk : U. Zouch Mining Registrar : W. O. Kropp Mining Surveyor : II. M. Nash Bailiff of Warden's Court ; J. Davorou Police Depaktueot. Police Magistrate : CLas. De Boos Clerk of Petty Sessions : B. Zouch Sub-Inspoctor : P. Lyons Senior-constable Walmslcy- and 3 troopers Senior-constable Oliver and 7 cons tables. Couet of Requests. Registrar : R. Zouch BaUiff : J. Davoren Post and Teleqbafb DErABTiiEKT. Postmaster : W. Westhercll Assistant : J. Foley Operator : J. Plunkett. P OB Lie School. Teacher: AV. Swann Assistant Teacher : Mr Hammond J Temora Hospital. President : C. De Boosi P.M. Vice-Presidents ?* G. G. Orbell and W. Seymour Committee : Messrs. Boxliall, Ryan, Whelan, Moran, Hickcy, Porter, and Parker Surgeon ; Dr. Crawford Treasurer : James Curtin Secretary : Harry Chandler. Lodge or Oddfellows, M.U.I. ,0.0.F Noble Grand : J. W. A. H. Porter, Vice-Grand : A. Phillips Secretary = J. D. Campbell Miscel...

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AN ESTABLISHMENT BASED ON A COMPLETE AND PERFECT SYSTEM. " A COMPEND AND A CURIOSITY." [Newspaper Article] — Temora Herald and Mining Journal — 10 November 1882

AN ESTABLISHMENT BASED ON A COMPLETE AND PERFECT | SYSTEM. ' A Coltl'END AND A CURIOSITY. ' From the Massachusetts Ploughman aud Kow England Journal of Agriculture, Boston, Muss,, May 27th, 1882. ' H. P. Hchbabd's International Newspaper Advertising Agency, of New Haven, Conn., is at once a corn pend and a curiosity. The prcs9 of the civilized world is all filed away within its spacious limits, and the proprietor can at any moment touch the spring that spreads it out before the Bight of an inquiring visitor. In no establishment we ever visited have we seen tho department system so thoroughly organized and in such noisloss and thorough operation. The proprietor signals an assistant, and the minutest detail respecting any publication of anv country is returned at his call. He dictates a letter, and an assistant records it phonographic ally and instantaneously. The entire establishment is built up and adminis tered on precisely this basis. No thing of the kind exists elsewhere in tbe U...

Publication Title: Temora Herald And Mining Journal
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TEMORA POST OFFICE TIME TABLE. [Newspaper Article] — Temora Herald and Mining Journal — 10 November 1882

TEMOBA POST OFFICE TIME TABLE. Arrivals from — Sydney: Sunday, Tuesday,' Wednes day, Thursday, Friday and Satur day, at 3 30 p.m Mulguard: Sunday. Tnesdav Satuiday,at3.30pjn. ' CootiuKundra: Biinday, Monday, Tnes flay, Wednesday, Thursday, Fri nay and Saturdjiy, at 3.30 p.m. Young; Monday. 'Wodnesdaf and Friday at 5.30 p.m., by direct ooach, and daily (except Monday) fcy.Cobb and Co. . Barmedman. - Saturday, Monday, and Thursday, at 4 p.m. Departures for — Sydney: Sunday, Monday, Tuesday Wednesday, Thursday and Fri day, at noon MaUguard -t noon, Monday, JTues Friday^edneBda,y' Thursday, and Cootamundra : 8unday, Monday, Tues day, Wednesday, Thursday, Fri day and Saturday, at noon Youm: Tuesday, Thursday, ana , tnrday, at 7 a.m., and daiiy (except Saturday) by E. Hey. Mails close half an hour prior to de parture, except direct Youn - mail, ^ch closes at 9 JO p.m. previous Barmedman WedneeJay, Friday and. Safarday, 8 a.m., per Mar ahalls Ooach. Mail Train leaves Sydney every evening (...

Publication Title: Temora Herald And Mining Journal
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DEPARTURE AND ARRIVAL OF THE EUROPEAN MAILS. VIA CALIFOR[?] [Newspaper Article] — Temora Herald and Mining Journal — 10 November 1882

DErABTUEE AND ARRIVAL OF THE EUBOPEAN MAILS. via ciuroitxu. torn nsm. uun etdket. jBlK.Mll. t/tTnli,!— ? Kormbwr ..... . 30 Hcywdb» .t'.fSy /.'? M ? -.28 December ? '..w 1883. Uabnary ...... .....18

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Temora Herald and Mining Journal — 10 November 1882

B'jutt find fear not: £jtt till the end* thou aivCtt al be thy Country' t THE TEHORA HERALD. T&1BA F, NO VEMBEB 10, 1S82.

Publication Title: Temora Herald And Mining Journal
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Temora Herald and Mining Journal — 10 November 1882

A FOBTUNE FOB 6s. £3000: — —5s. CHAMPION STAKES CONSULTATION, NEW YEAR'S DAY. ' AUSTRALASJA'fl ' Sweep. 18,000 BbitrM ' at fie each. An even Four Sham, SOt. To be distributed ae follow* ; — FJr*l Horse, £1,000; Second, £500; Third, , £950 ; Starters, £250 ; Non-SUrtere, . £250 ; Prizes, 50 at £5 ; 60 at £2 ; and 400 at £1. Total, £8,000. Ten pot cent. deducted for all expenses. Tbe above amounts, loss tbia commission, go | to tbe winners. llesults of Drawing (to take j place on an early date) will be duly adver* tised in daily aud weekly papers. An extra Ticket gratis with every twenty Tickets eent for to one address. Those making application are requested to ' forward P.O. order, croseed eb^qnes, notes, or 1 postage starons (to wbich exchange mast be added), and in all cases poBtage stamps for ? reply and result. Shares eent by return mail. Letters containing oasb must be registered. 1 Ten shillings and over, P.O.O. is desirable, Application, as usual, by letter only. Win ners paid...

Publication Title: Temora Herald And Mining Journal
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FALSE ACCUSATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Temora Herald and Mining Journal — 10 November 1882

FALSE ACCUSATIONS. It does violence to the better feelings of our common human nature to think that there is anyone so utterly har» dened as to wilfully acpuse a fellow being of a crime, well knowing him to be innocent. But, though tho better ! feelings of oar fiafure rerolt at the ! mention of entertaining $uch a pro position, facts which are of frequent ! occurrence, and the records of our law courts, furnish us with indisputable evidence of its truthfulness. There are indeed men so utterly callous. 1 that with tbe utmost indifference they ! will, from znobVes of revenge or motiveA equally sordid, attempt to fix on a fellow-creatnre the guilt of a crime equivalent to murder. Now, supposing such an attempt to be suc cessful, just mark the result The unfortunate victim of false evidence, whether convicted or not, is liable to be branded with the ineffaoable mark of shame and infamy. The murderex who takes the life of his victim, through a merciful provision of nature, ^-uts an end t...

Publication Title: Temora Herald And Mining Journal
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SEBASTOPOL. Nov. 8th, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — Temora Herald and Mining Journal — 10 November 1882

6EBAST0P0L. FROM OU11 OWN CORRESPONDENT. Nov. 8tb, 1882. Things are beginning to look cheerful here now. The Evening Star is look ing bettor the deeper it goes. The reef is now 3 feet wide, and is still making. According- to the prospects and the show of gold this Btone ought to go 5 oz. to the ton, as you can soo gold freely in every piece of stone that »'»»? *'- uuuurou wiui a visit from Captain Davis, of Adelaide, this week; He visited ihe Evening Star, Morning Star, and Maid of Judah claims, and had stone from each of these claims pulverised in his presence, and he was highly satisfied with tlie result in every instance. The Morning Star are ntill sinking their main shaft Iu the Maid of Judah they are still pushing their levels ahead. Tbe reef is 9 feet wide, and has every appear ance of makinc still larger, with nice clean walls, and is no doubt a perma nent thing. This rref is easily worked, and is a valuable property to the shareholders. The Homeward Bound line are raising st...

Publication Title: Temora Herald And Mining Journal
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LOCAL ITEMS IN BRIEF. [Newspaper Article] — Temora Herald and Mining Journal — 10 November 1882

LOCAL ITEMS IN BRIEF. Two tons ot etotie srut by Mr W. W. Ap. pletcn, the mining tnunager of the Amelia (J. M. tVi. , to tho Sydney Mint for a test crushinr, yielded los Q^rs to tho tou. This, with n big nof, spenka vuluince for the value of tlw Coy.'* property. ?rr.;ntv prix?.iodinR9 have ariacn oot of tho late case Wchr v. llaileyfor libel, Kvcrydog has its day, and the cats nil the night. j A Sorrn Australian de bene t$»t commission ia at present taking evidence iu the caso of1 Davis and others v. Weudt, Solomon, l)arn» field, and others r* the South Australian QaarU Co. Mr O. A. l'arr, solicitor, of Adc- I laide, ia the commiEeiouer taking the cri* I dcuce. Quite a poa«c of Sudth Austialian j talent is in Temora. j Tuc acting police raflgisirnt*, Mr Morrisett^ I has intimated that in oil Petty Debts* cases, ! where defended, a plea must be filed two days beforo the hearing of the case, otherwise the defmdauts will not bo heard. The Oddfellows' Ball last night was a groat 6U2CCB8...

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