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The Cost of the British Fleet. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 20 August 1898

Fleet. To he jtoliA 1h.1t Great Biiuin proposes to /speii'l nctrly ii^.OOO.OOO on lif.r navy ilii 5'ca.r t iiiimjs lit. 1c !o the uust.-itistical niimi. j '$y.e can, liowevcr, f;t-t soiuKprtropiiun of the tost uf our sna defence . wheu we aiM told fliat our navy co?ls us within a few (jeuce of ^jjuiflteaasaoiiud, d.-iy mri night, tinongliout fhejear. ThpJiuiiual incoiiie of a Cabinet Minister would Ije abs itbed iu less tbin 1 iiour 20 minutes, and llieie aic not a dozen ' pien iu thv) kingdom wlios« yearly income ,would pay two days' cost of liie navy. Every day during llio current year we are p-iyin^ £25.290 fr-r tlio building of new sliips tu add to our Ueet; it, costs £12,866 a fiiy to piy our o8i.-era, seamen, and marines; i3793 to feed and clothe them ; and nearly £6000 u day goes in pensions and tialf-pay to men who have ceased to be on the active list ; \vhi:e to «quip our vessels with their armaments we are spending £5835 a day. 'Pile entiro daily cost of our fleet is much ...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 20 August 1898

JAS.O. LMN« I F R.-CLA.HK (Ln^nf U. PreseottA t!o.) I Laing, Oliirke and Oo. l,ate HENRY ^CLA-RKE, (EstabaiBlieJ 1850)j . Cona-missioa Agents, TNVITE Farmers 4n this Sistrjot who are' ' L waiit of good reliable Agents to consiga their Produce to them for disposal. ' Carcbar Agbncy MR W. FOX bas been appointea Agent for the BLAYNEY ADVOCATE AND CAR CO AR HERALD at Carcoar, and is hereby authorised to receive Subscribers' names, tlieit SobscriptiouB, and other Monies in connection therewith. JOHN MELLOR, Proprietor, Blajney, October, 1895. Lyndhursfc Agency. MR A. M. WOODWARD lias been appointed Agent for the 'Blayney Advooate and Oarcoar Herald ' at LYND HUB8T, and is antborised to reeeive Advertisements aud Subscribers' Names in connection therewith. JO3N MELLOR, Proprietor. Blajney, 4th October, 1895. Our Sydii3y 4gents ORDERS for Aav ertisements to be inserted in th« Blayney Advortte and Carcoar Herald will be received in Sydney by 123, PITT-SrREBT, and Reuter's International Agen...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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SILVER, COPPER, ETC. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 20 August 1898

SILVER, COPPER, ETC. The ' Mining Standard ' says : — The New Soutlt Wales Department of Mines has pre pared a return snowing the quantity and yalue of the silver, silver-lead, copper, and tin, the product of the colony, exported during the first half of this year ( 1898V As |his is the first of a series of returns which the department proposes to issue at the end pf each quarter, it is not in a position on this occasion to compare the figures with tlie corresponding period for 1897. The return show*, however, that the quantity of silver in ingots sent away was : -Silver. 298,804 p.z, valued at £31,954 ; silver lead and ores, 181.8LO tons! valued at £729,681 ; copper, 2978 tons, valued at £149,OSO; tin, 537 ton* valued at £34,134; making a total of £935,249. It may be explained that the bulk of the silver sent from the colony is in ^he form of silver-lead, and this accounts for the seemingly small quantity of silver expor ted. The total value of those metals expor ted in 1897 was. £...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Mining Industry of New South Wales. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 20 August 1898

Tlie Mining Industry of New South Wales. The following figures are compiled from the report of the Mines Department for 1897 :— There are 27,000 acres held for gold mining, of which over 10,000 acres are held pn private property. Over 1,000 acres are held for diamond mining. ifearly 36,000 are devoted to coal mining. The prospecting vote in 1897 amounted to £25,000. The deepest gold mine in Australia is Lansell's No. ISO at Bendigo (Vic), where payable stone is raised from a depth of 3,352 feet. The Dttpartmftnt will pay a reward of £2,000 to the person who shall first discover payable gold at a depth of 1,500, and a re ward of £3,000 for a discovery at 2,000 feet. During the year prospecting aid was granted in 533 cases, and refused in 889 pases. In 1S97 the gold output of thi* province was valued at £1,088,413, being an increase pf £15,000 on the figures of tlie previous year. Nearly four millions and a half tons of , coal werb raised. The total mineral output whs £4,6S5,O00, bein...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Mandurama. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 20 August 1898

Mandnrama. [fbom onn coeeespondent.1 The many friends of Mr. T. H. Rowlands will regret to hear that he has been con fined to his bed for several days with a severe attack of influenza, and it will be some time before he will be able to take an active part in his large business again. Canon Shedden will hold service in the School of Arts on Sunday night next. Foley's Rose, Thistle, and Shamrock Company gave an entertainment in the School of Arts on Wednesday night. There was a large attendance. Last Saturday the Mandurama tennis club accepted an invitation from the secretary of the Carcoar tennis club to have a game, and a very pleasant afternoon was spent, there being some very good play on both sides, but especially the Mandurama players who acquitted themselves — for an infant club — in a manner that showed after a little while they will take some beating. There was no tournament nor yet match, but a friendly game of tennis. The Carcoar court, which is rather bumby, made a great ...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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Obituary. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 20 August 1898

Obituary. It is our sad duty this week to have to record the death of Mr W. K Nesbitt, an old and respected resident of Blayney, which took place on Sunday evening last. Ever since the death of his only daughter some months ago Mr Nesbitt has not been in his usual bright spirits ; and a fortnight before his death he began to get worse, but was   not compelled to take to his bed until three days before his death. His death was un-   expected and somewhat sudden, as ten minutes before he expired he walked from his bed to a couch in his room. The cause of death was failure of the heart. Mr.   Nesbitt was 59 years of age. He was born at Heath Lodge, county Cavan (Eng.), and came to this colony 40 years ago. His father was the owner of Heath Lodge. Deceased has resided in Blayney for 16 years, and has been a resident of the Blayney   and Carcoar districts for 27 years. He leaves three surviving sons, all of whom are residing at Blayney....

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 27 August 1898

Bile Beans Again Victorious. AN ADELAIDE LXDY SPE VKS IN HIGH PRAISE OF THEM. CURED OF LOSS OF APPETITE AND IRRITABILITY. Mrs. Margaret Nelson, who lives iu Phillip-street, Wolseley (near the Croydon Railway Station), Adelaide, is one of the latest beneficiaries through the curative properties of Bile Beans for Biliousness. Hearing of the cure, a reporter from the ' Adelaide Advertiser went to Croydon on Friday afternoon to enquire personally into the case. Mrs. Nelson at onca expressed parfecb willingness to tell her story of suffering, which continued for thirteen long and weary years, until arrested by the use of only three boxes of the boon to thousands in Australia — Bile Beans. ' Tell me,' said the reporter, ' the facts connected with your illness.' ' Certainly,' said Mrs. Nelson, ' I will do so with pleasure. Bile Beans have wrought a wonderful change in inc. Thirteen years ago I took ill with biliousness and indigestion I. had pains in the head, a had taste in the mouth ; a ...

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A Remarkable Prayer. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 27 August 1898

A Remarkable Prayer. Touching on Hymns, the following ' unique, and perhaps one of the cIe»,-*rtSS'' things of the kind that 'er Eawr p''nt. It 1 was written a pfop«ntiona-jo,,antf wasfouna in the poc-* *-6 °f a soldier who had been killoJ on the battle-field :: — Thou to the mercy seat our touls dost guther, To (lo cur duty unto Thee.. . .OUR FATHER. To whom all praise, all honor should be given, Fur Thou art the great God.. ..WHO ART IN HEAVEN'. Thou, by Thy wisdom, rul'at the world's whole frame Forever, therefore.. . .HALLOW KD BE THY NAME. Let nererinoro delay divide us from Thy glorious grape, but let.. . .THY KINGDOM COME. Let Thy commands opposed be by iioue, 15ut Thy suod pleasure ami.. ..THY WILL BE DONE. And let our promptness to obey be even The very Mine.. . IN EARTH AS 'TIS IN HEAVEN. Then, for our souls, O Lord, we alse pray, Thou would'st be pleased to. . ..GIVE US THIS DA.Y The food of Life, wherewith our souls are fail, Sufficient raiment and.. ..OUR DAILY BREAD ; ...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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Commercial. J. S. LEEDS & CO. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 27 August 1898

Commercial. J. S. I^sbs it Co. F-it —3) y.mted by us ojiy. l'.ie wen fl t.ice wis g ii'l * id for priajs quality the demand (n-isk it f-fU- -2! - pir UK)!1'- We so:il— 12 bullocks l..r t!i II ) i. A. T If-sri', Wc'Jwoil, 10 £7 5'- aver #^i m C6 12i ; IS l)i)ll-iqks for Sir. Jas. L,'jc, Larras ). »kft. to £7 averaging £5 18*. 2 sows same owjer fit L4 ; -0 bullocks for Mr J. Pjlmcr, Dubbo, Jit t5 5a ; 24 bullocks and c jws for Mr A. F, Saltier, ubbo ib f. !} 13 s ; 14 ste^ri for Mr G. L-icmbaU, nver:igi;-g Hi 10s, 2 cbws, Binje o-.vuer, X3 15s ; ) cow for Mr H A. Grouch at £3 9i. p.. Fat Sheep. — Market firm for all qualities, prime ^specially selling. well, We sold— For Mr Jas. Les, Larras Like, 10 crossbred wethers at 13s, 10 at 1 2s J5 at lis, 29 »t 10s 3J, 12 at 11 (jd, 11 at 10s Gil, 10 1. 10? ; -O in jiino exes for Mr Vf. Willgate at (is 9.1. Stpre Stock.- None yarded. Pigs. — Market good. We w'd JO fat pigs for -Mr Hodges, Le-TH Paa4$. at Ij2 Is, slips at 10s. HqrBeo.— Market g...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 27 August 1898

Fairlj Well Isn't Well JEapugh. Let us say that your wages are twenty shillings a ' week. 'You'have worked hard, done your best, and fsel that yqq'havs earned your mojey. Verjr good, ftow imagine t'hat when Saturday night comes your employer heras and haws, and wants to put you off pith fifteen. I'll ue bound yon would tliiuk your self hardly treated. What are the great strikes in (his counltn commonly about ? Why, in some ashion they are aliout wages or hours ; it comes to lie same thing. Be it understood that', the writer uses this fact as an illustration of another fact — thit i » all. What is that other fact ? We will work 'it oat of the following personal statement. ' Nearly all my life,' sajs Mrs. Sarah Dilby, ' I have subject to att .cks of biliousness, accompanied \\ ith sickness, bat got o \ fairly well up to the early part of 1882. ' At this time I began to feel heavy. 2|,ill, and tired, with an a:l-gone, sinking sensation. My skin was sallow, and tha whites of my eyes of ...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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WESTERN PRICES. SYDNEY, Thursday night. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 27 August 1898

WF-STERN PRICES. Sidney. Thursday night. Redfern — S3 tpif'Us manifested Potatoes : Ifau-man, Tarano, 12s C.l ;? early rose, 7s lid. ? Cli iff : Hawke, Millthorpe, passed; Fleming, - Rebut, passed ; Thompson Bros., Brewonsle p.isaeil; Bent'ey Millthorpe, passed ; Ezzy, Millthorpe, Gassed t^nd 2s 0.1; Saunders Millthorpe 2d. [ay : Yates, Tarana, passed ; T. Glaz 'brook, ferth. passed ; Woolly, Newbri'lge, 3s 6 1 ; Towns estate, Millthorpe passed ; de. 4s. Lucerne : Healy, Qaofges Plains, passed. Straw : bundle, ... Kad«, RagUn, passed ; Cnlahan. Raglan, passed ; derrick, pressed, Lewis, Maryvale, passed ; Wilkie Dabbo passed. Pollard : R. S. Back, Brewongle, passed. WnKAT. —Mr. H. R Carter, wheat broker, Syd ney and Melbourne, reports as follows, August (24th Since my last I have to report no alteration in our market, unless it be that holders are evincing p. greater desire to reduce their stocks. This must tend to further weaken values, end we may pee a 3/ price before the end of tb...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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Our Paris Letter. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 27 August 1898

Our Purls I-elter. [1'ltiill era OWN Gt'KltKSI'uNDEST]. j (Crossing the Saiiaha Deseht is a j i '? a Ll.oo v. —Tin v.j French offieirs, Nuvnl ^ t-u.fU uK. iioursf, \yiio lias already «;-rneii # certain ijiinouafr of fame for his exploration w-}ik in Africa ; M. Ls i Da.x, an officer of /turpsl.ation ? ami Oijitaiii Dibos, an engineer, have just su.iqifc'etl to tlie municipal council of P.'ms a k:Iipiih; yhieli suggests Jules yerne, and ni the same time savours of the sti.U lust Horr An dree. TJievdornot propose to reach; the North Pole by balloon, but! they ask the municipal council to subsidise j lliein to the extent of 15,OOOfr. to enable ihfiu to twss ti'e Sahara, De ert in a bal loon ami to explore this unknown region. All the -1« tails of tlie expedition hare been worked out.. The Ascent would be made from the Ui^f of Gabes and, carried by tbe porth-tast trade winds which ccrtainly can f»e more dep^ndi-d upon than the current* which baffled Andree iu tho vicinity of the Pole, t...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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CHURCH NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 27 August 1898

©Huae-a ®a@TD@iss. Church as Ekoland. — To-morrow services will be held as follows : — Blayney, 11 and 7.30 ; Greg hamstown, 3 — Rev. W K. Howell. Newbridge, 11 ; Hobby's Yards, 3 ; Neville, 7.30— Rev. J. Onyons. Vkksbyterian. — To-morrow services will bi con ducted as follows Blayney, 11 and 7.30 ; Moor ilda, 3— Rev. D. Arthur (Sydney). Wesleya*. — To-morrow ser /ices will be hel l as follows: — Carooar, 11; Norton, 3 ; Bluyney, 7.30 — Rev. ,A. S. Swift. Blayney, 11 ; Newbridge, 3 ; Evans' Swamp, 7.30 — Mr. W. Roger. Neville, J 1 ; Mandurama, 7.30— Captain H. Cock. Catiiolic Chcbch (Parish of Carcoar). First Sunday — Carcoar, 8.30 a.m. Blayney, 11 a.m. and 7.34 p.m. Second Sueday — Blayney, 8.33 a.m. Carcoar, 11 a.m. and 7.30 p.m. Tnird Sunday— Carcoar, 8.30 a.m. and 7.30 p.m. Blayney, 11 a.m. Fourth Sunday— Vittoria, II a.m. Blayney, 7.30 p.m. Fifth Sunday (when occurring) — Neville, 11 £.m. Carcoar, 7.30 p.m. Tile Presbytery, Carcqar, 24th June, 1897.

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 27 August 1898

811 (r - sBs&?jjst*jsEst riol - pgJBtire medicines on the market. Vw are unlike moBt laxative rem. » . ^ ? w eoi'sB, besause theyaot direct ;on & m ft r ? the hjle ducts, causing the liter to Kfllli ' ' veieln and cm- increased qnanti talv™' of this fluid into thi bowels, WER POX , - ihod flashing the same out as a-etream;of, water ' i mm jfl ' wotild a drain. Defective bile seoretion cauaesvarioQB 1 r(M\ ailments ench m Heaflache, Constip&tlon.Coitlya- , * nesi, Files, l-lver Tronble, BheomatiBm, -Indigei' . - — ? a tlon, Dlulneii, Baiting in the Head, FnH-' »? nu i«hw neisa®erEa*ln«.ac„»«. ABiLEBKiN taken - ILltfUdlYEda -now and then wfllkeep one free from these digestive tronhlesf their attendant, evils, and ' — , , . . ? ? ? dangaropB after effects. 'Whenyon ask forSile Beans don't Depot off with something else. Ibiyon need a purgative medicine ''Bile Beans will prove effeotaal when all otberinedieineB have (ailed. Fob 8am j 'ftMrn Geneially. or llrom the...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 27 August 1898

TO MOVERS. WANTED Representative Minerals of the Dietrich. Highest .price given, ?n approval, tor all rarer ones. A. O. BLACK, Blayney.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 27 August 1898

N. A. O'CALLAGBM, Government Dairy Expert, ' ' WILL deliver a LECTURE and give a practical demonstration on Pastu ring at the Butter Factory, Blayney, on THURSDAY, the 1st of September, at 11 o'clock. All those interested in Dairying are cor dially invited. C. . TUDOR PILE, Secretary, Blayney Co-Operative Butter Factory aud Refrigerating Co., Ltd. For Sale. A EIRST-CLASS BICYCLE, in perfect order. Complete. Dr. WOODWARD. COWRA P. A. & H. Association 18th Al'llAUXHIBITIOIV. 28th /nd 29th SEPTEMBER, 1898. Over 4&00 in Prizes. ? Special Trains and Cheap Fares. Schedules and all information on applica tion to - FRED. H. PIDDINGTON, - , - Hon, -Secretary, Government Railways Special Cbeap fixenmon T0 5YDN27. THURSDAY, 8th SEPTEMBER, 1898 fJMCKETS at specially low.. rates will bo issned A ? to Sydney (only) by Train, leaving B-avney ai }1.40 a m. on above date, available for return up to and including Thursday, 22nd September, 1898, by any Train except the tlirbngh Mail le...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 27 August 1898

THANKS. THE FAMILY of the late Mr. W. K. NESBITT desire to express their sincere gratitude to their friends for the many letters of condolence and other practi cal expressions of sympathy during their late sad bereavement. Advocate and Herald. UEASURBS; NOT MEN.' ? O — BA.TURDAY, AUGUST 27, 1898.

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Farmers and Settlers' Association. SEVENTH ANNUAL CONFERENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 27 August 1898

Farmers and Settlers' Association. ? SEVENTH ANNUAL CONFERENCE. The seventh annual conference of the Fa-mers and Setters' Association was opeued in the lecture liall of the Technical College Bathurst (placed at the disposal of tbe organisation by tbe Department of Public Instruction), on Tuesday . morning Bhortly after 11 o'clook. The following delegates were present : — J. T. Keuehan, J. W. M'Cliutock (Coo a munara), J. T. Trefle, J. Armstrong, S. A. Ilnnn l^k T.f (T^v, „ A n n/r. donald (Grogau), W. J Cartwright, J. J. Miller (Mimosa), F. Piukstone, J. M'Ineruey J (Coolnc), H. C Crowe (Gobarralong), W. F. Lubke, A. J. W nke (Walla Walla), T. E. Grigg. F. H Mayger (Nyngau), T. Brumtnell T. Collins (Suutop and Ponto), J. Roes (Germanton), j. W Lugsdin, W. J; Camp bell (Hay), ,J. J Sullivan, J*. H Thompson (Bathurst), W Cowled (Junee), J. Flana gan (Gunbar);ii. Cox(Wagga), \V. O'Noill, GrahaSa' tr'mith (Narroinine), T. 1 , Campbell (Darlington Point) W. Dyce (Currawarna), Arch. Brown...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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BLAYNEY-HARDEN LINE. UP. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 27 August 1898

BLAYNEY-HARDEN LINE. | UP. H.m. p.iu, — BIftyney ? Dep. 4 65 9 55 1* Oaroonr ... ... ... 6 45 10 36 17 Maadurama ? 6 5 10 48 19 Lyuiliurst ? 0 22 11 1 22 Garland ? ... a a 27 Swan Ponds ? a a #0 Wangsola ... ... a a 85 Woods took ... ... 7 27 11 60 4S Holmwood ? 7 55 12 12a.m 40 Cowra ? Arr. 8 10 12 23 Stop . p.m. „ ? Dep 8 60 12 40 66 Wattamadarra ... a 64 Koorawatha ? 4 48 1 80 69 Orowtber ? a 74 Bendick Morrel ... a 80 Monteaglo' ? a 90 Burraugoug ? a f2 Yoiing ... ...Arr. 6 26 '2 60 ? Dep. 6 66 8 0' 108 Kiugsrnlo ? a 110 Demondrille ... . ... 8 10 -8 60 111 Murriimbnrrab ... a a 118 Harden ... ...Arr. 8 80 4 5 ? ? DuWN. ? a.m. p.m. ? — Htrden ? Dep. 6 20 . 9 10 2 Murrumburrah ... a a 8 Demondrillo ? 6 48 9 80 10 Eingsrale ? a a 21 Young ? Arr 7 61 10 20 „ ... .. Dep. 8 6 10 25 28 Burrangong ? ... a a 88 Monteaglo ? a .a 89 Bendick Morral ... a a 44 Orowtber ? a a 49 Eoorawatba ? 9 64 11 68 67 Wattamadarra ... a a.m. 67 Cowra ? .Arr. 10 46 12 88 8t6p p.m. „ ? Dep 6 40 12 66 79 Ho...

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[?]AILWAY TIME-TABLE DOWN [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 27 August 1898

AUWAT TIME-TABLE] ? ? DOWN I fitotioR. { Pa.ss. | Jail. ~ B.m. p. in flrdnc7 ? ... Dep 10 16 8 0 ® Homebuth ? .,. M, 13 Granville ? ;. ... 14 Parramatta ? ? ... 8 23 tt Blacktown ? ... ... 2« Biw'y H 11 ? ? ? tt St. Mary's ? ... M Penrith' ? Arr. 11 28 9 0 m ... ... ... Dep. 11 SO 9 6 K JBmn'PlMtii ? 11 3S 9 ICa S9 Xaourille ? a 40 Glenbrook ? 11 60 « Bleiland ? 11 67a ... 45 Karabar ? ,,, a . p m. M The Valley ? ? 18 6 a ..j 48 Spr'ingwnod ? ? 12 15 ' 49 FvulronbriAge ? ? 12 23a S2 Fumanti* ? a St Linden ... ? 12 81 ... Mi Woodford ? ... 12 45a 66 Haze'brook ? « 68 Law»oa ? 14 10 30 42 Wantwcr h Falls ? 1 20 ... ?66 Katoomka ... - ? ? '1 8S 11 6 fO Med'ow ? « » Blackl ca'h ? 2 11 29 flf Mount Victoria ... J J gia 81 Hartley Tilt ? £ 89a 13 la.m 68 Ball ? 2 46 12 8 SB Olarence 8. ding ? ... 8 2 12 '24 92 ZigZ-g ... ? 8 15 18 87 95 £sk Ba .k ? 8 28 12 £0 98 Lithgow ? ? 8 31 12 54 97 Bairenfcla ? ... ... 8 M 12 68a 101 Harrangaroo ? 8 42a 1 6 JOS Wallcrjmang ? 8 S3 1 24 111 Bjdal... ....

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