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NOTES AND COMMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 24 September 1898

If OTES AND COMMENTS. Aooidf.nt. — On Monday last a. son of Mr p. Bullock, residing near Barrj, was holding a dynamite cap on the palm of his hand, and another boy applied a lighted mitch to ft, with tlje resu|t that the cap - exploded: ^nd ^h^tteced young Bullock's hand. Auctiom Sale. — Mr. E. R. Hill will hold an importat)t auction sale at the Royal Jiotel, m^yrfpy, this (Saturday) afteruoon at 2.30 p.m. He will offer .a valuable freehold pstate, consisting of 205 acres of good agric ultural ..and {razing land, situated .at J3rowjn'fl Creek, with mining rights.. He will aleq qfff p Bight of lease of half an acre q| laiul. wjth frontage to Adelaide and .Farm .-st mats, B'ayqejf, on which is .erected ^ sub jta.itial weatherboard cottage. .. For fur.tliar particulars see advertisement in another column. The R«jv. F. Oj1w«1! praiched to' large pnugreg^tioq? in tljs Blayney Wesleyan pliurc!} l.-f-it- Sunday morniqg and eyening. fin l^n'l iy «vftr)ii)g he addressed a public in^eting (in...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CHURCH NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 24 September 1898

s^yksiKi Chukch op EKQLjySD.— To-morrow services will he held ae follows felayney', 11 and 7.30 ; (irejg fiamatowu, 3 — Rev. W. K.. Howell. Newbridge', II ; ' Hobby's Yards, 3'; Neville, 7-30— Rev. J pnyons. VRKSB*TEMA.lf.— To-morrow services will ba con ? (iuctecl as follows Blayney, 11 and 7.-30 ; Moo rilda, 3 — . TTesleya*. —To-morrow servioes iri.ll be held as follows : — Carcoar, li ; Norton, 3 ; Blayney, 7 30 — Rev. A. S. Swift, glayoey, 11 — Mr W. Soger. Newbrjdgu. 3 ; Evans' Swamp, 7.30— Captain H. fock. Mandurama, 7-30 — Mission Band, Catholic Church (Parish of Carcoar). First Sunday — Carcoar, 8.30 a.m. Blayney, 11 a.m. and 7.3t p.m. j Second Suoflay — Blayney, 8.33 a.m. Carcoar, - 11 a.m. and 7.30 p.m. 1 Third Sunday— Carcoar, 8.33 a.m. and 7.30 p.m. Blayuey, 11 a.m. Fourth Sunday— Vittoria, 11 a.m. Blayney, 7.30 p.m. Fifth , Sunday (when occurring) — Neville, 11 ft.m. Carcoar, 7-30 p.m. The Presbytery, Carcoar, 24th June, 1897. ^ ? ' ? ?? - ? Advocate and Herald . 1JEASU...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Blayney Police Court. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 21. (Before the Police Magistrate.) [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 24 September 1898

Bla\iiey Police Court. Wednesday, September 21. f Before the Polica Magistrate.) Mark Dean, for neglec:ing to send his three children to school the required number of days for the hall-year ending 30th June, was fined 5/ and ^lO. costs'?, jin^ach. ^case.j total £1/8/6. : i; ' $? f : I Phillip Jar/alt, for neglecting to send his child to school $he required number1 of days,' was fined 2/o and 4/10 costs. Edmund Smith was charged with slaugh tering a bullock in his : licensed yards at Sugarloaf without giving the required notice to the police. Defendant pleaded guilty and was fined £5 and 4/10 costs. The Police Magistrate informed defendant if he wrote to the proper authorities for a remis sion of a portion of the fine, that he would recommend it.

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Obituary. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 24 September 1898

Obituary. It is our sad duty this week to have to record the death of Mrs. John Kenworthy, the wife of Mr. Kenworthy, the wife of Mr. Kenworthy, proprietor of the Victoria Hotel, Carcoar, which took place on Satur- day evening last. The deceased lady had, by her kindly disposition and many acts of charity, endeared herself not only to the residents of Carcoar and district, but to all those who ever had occasion to stay at the Victoria Hotel in their travels through the country. In fact, the late Mrs. Kenworthy was one of those genial, kind-hearted per- sons, of whom the more you know the more you like, aud for whom you can't help having the greatest respect and admiration. The deceased had been ailing for only a few weeks, and on the Thursday before her death Dr. Machattie, of Bathurst, was sent for, but when he saw her he held out no hopes whatever of her recovery. Deceased was 64 years of age. She leaves a husband and a grown-up son and daughter to mourn their loss. The remains of...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Development of China. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 1 October 1898

The Development of China. ' Peace hath her victories no less renowned than war.' And what may be described as a splendid conquest is the recent concession to a British syndicate of the enormous coal field, two hundred and fifty miles long by forty miles wide, which lies. in the province of Shan-si. less than three hundred miles distant from Pekiu. As well as a commer cial victory, it is a conquest over supersti tion, for the chief obstacle to the business being concluded was tho existence of an old Chi nose edict, which forbade digging to a greater depth than thirty feet in case certain subterranean dragons should be let loose. For many years this gigantic coalfield, with its rich stores of iron and limestone, has been known and coveted by different European powers, and its opening up is bound to give immense prestige to the nation tiuding the necessary capital. It was calculated by an expert in 1883 that this coalfield could supply the whole world with fuel for two thousand one hun...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Submarine Photography. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 1 October 1898

Snbmariae Photography, Novelists are very fond of describing the brauties of the submarine world, with its wealth of vegetable and animal growth of j the most gorgeous tints. We may presume j that they base their conclusions upon what may be seen of the rocky bed of the sea from a boat, or from their study of an artificial aquarium, for very little can be seen by a diver immersed in tbe water. Fishes whose eyes are adapted to the medium in which they live must presumably see farther into the water than can human beings ; but still it may be imagined even their vision is most limited. Attempts to take photographs in sea-water have beer, made over and over again, and some of the results obtained by Professor Boutan have recently been pub lished. This geutleman dons a diving-dress and takes with him a water-tight camera to the bottom of the s«a, sets tbe instrument up on a tripod stand, and works as leisurely as if he were on dry land. The results are hardly commensurate with the troub...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 1 October 1898

Helpless on the Shoals. A gcc.it ste imslrp, feeling her way in a iog, ran ppon a low mad bank and stuck fast, about twenty inilcs from her port. She had cm board a valuable cargo and nearly three hundred passengers, most of whom were almost within Eight of their homes. The tugs came nud tried vainly to pull her into deep water. The officers were as aole navigators as there jiad ever bqen. But she was helpless, and it was dead low water. Only one thing could be done— to wait. A few h~urs later the Captain Paid to his p .ssengers, ' The tiJe is rising ; we shall be off presently.' Sixty minutes more aud the ship floated. It vfaa now noon. At two o'clock sharp f,he impatient voyiigeri stepped ashore. They plight have been delayed longer sive for the one fact wlibli the captain had announced iu four words. Perhaps this simple and not uncommon inci leiit may contain a lesson for you an l me. Suppose we (ir.iw a little comparison and seo. The man who {earns nothing from things at his elu...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Relics of Buddha. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 1 October 1898

Relics of Buddha. Some remarkable Buddhist antiquities recently discoverad in India have been des pribet) in the ' Allahabad Pioneer ' by Mr. Vincent Smith, a well-known antiquary, pome years ago the discovery of an inscribed pillar, erected in the third century, indicated jeith certainty the site of Kapilavastu, the Jioiue of Gautama Buddha, who lived about 500 B.C. The ruins of this ancient city are pow covered by jungle, 'but arc being exca vated, and thus buildings more ancient than any previously known in India are being brought to light. Another discovery, also |n Nepalese territory, close to the British frontier, is that of n brick tumulus contain ing relics of Buddha himself. These are fragments of bone, in a decayed wooden ves sel, with which were found (iv# small vases pf soapstone and a very fine bowl of rock prystal, all containing gold ornaments, pearls and precious stones, besides various objects delicately wrought in crystal and agate. This wonderful collection was de...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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Bee-Stings. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 1 October 1898

ffee-Stiags. It is not perhaps generally known that .certain bee-keepers, after a course of sting ing by their horsey-producers, acquire im munity frorq the poison, and will thereafter peerive stings with the greatest equanimity. Others pever become immune to tbe poison, and are obliged to q,yail themselves of the best remedies procurable. Dr. Langer of (qreriijany ua.5 ueru umKiiig luijuii ica «n uu the nature of. rthese remedies, and has con sulted a large number of bee-keepers on the question ; but he does not seem to have gathered anything that was not known before. Ammonia in one of its forms — pjther liquid or any of its salts — is commonly psed as an antidote to bfe-stings. Perman ganate of potash is effective when injected, but we should think that the inconvenience pf such an operation would be quite as great as that caused by the sting itself. The old pottago-remedy — the blue-bag of the wash house — is once more advocated as an effec tual remedy, but is said not to bo so ...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Commercial. J. S. LEEDS & CO. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 1 October 1898

gft. ^ ?.- 4 1 - Commercial. J.S. Lkcqs a Go. f?at Cattle — 10J yarded. Tile attendance yras pood, c»i)utry biiyein bclqg well represented. jlie juarket tp»ov. frtj from last yi'ek's - fill, au-| best pgef may lie qnoted at 19 to'-2:-s j-»i' lQUlb. \Ve gold — 40 bu lucks from l'ermb'll»1for J. 'and A £-l epiielisoi) tu 7't a^eragi ug.£o fa G1 * 3 q -ws for Ifunb.M' l{roa at £5, 10 .miio jks samq oilier, at £4 jSs ; JO steefs and hnifejutor ' -lr 1^. Kelly; Aiiil at '^-ithurst c-F[pratijn wards, on Thursday lja.t, 9-) i-itl)fi&a I ii- ^bipri'uu, KifuJlalira; to, jtB 61, aveiaiiug Icq 7s ; Q cont'd for Mr. U. 13. ^Velford M Fat Sheep. -Market firm for prime quality, other nualitjti R'lg'itly lower. We sild— '2J0 merino wethers for Whitme» Bros , Barrigin at 8s 21 to (ja 61 ; 160 wethers for Mr. John McDonald, Cave jt:re'ek, at 8a 3d. Store Cattle —Market firm ; brisk demand. We ^old 33 ethers and heifers for Mr. Kelly, at satis factory pric;a. ' Horse's — We sold privately at ...

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The Congo Railway. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 1 October 1898

1 lje Congo Railway. flip completion of the Congo rajlw$,jr, frhicb has takeu tea years to accomplish, i8 fin tjrer)t jrbich is worthy of recird, for this }s pot yplv a piilway, but a way to the civi ^is$tyoji of some thirty-fire millions of human Jjejijgs Tbe enterprise is due to the Bel ? __J .1 ? 1. .1— „P iko-nnimn two '''i *»= jTree State has t-ien far from being trium phant, it is remarkable as the first and only atteiMjjt at vyluui:-ij.tion ever undertaken by Jtliat people. The railway is a great achieve ment, for tbe natural ob:-tat--l«3 were many in nuuilier, the climate !-t many parts of the foute so deadly tl^at the workmen perished by the hundred, and the scarcity of water .and fo--d supp ies Jed to much suffering. The line is single, and is two hundred and flirty miles in length ? in it j course it oBcrs examples of all kinds of engineering difficul ties in tlfe way of bridges, tunnels, and deep pitting? through hard rock. This railway brings tlje Atlantic Qcean and the...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WESTERN PRICES. SYDNEY, Thursday night. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 1 October 1898

WESTERN PRICES. Sydnet, Thursday night, Redfern. —25 trucks manifested to arrive. Straw pundle : Eade, Raglan, Is 6d ; derrick pressed, iiaird. Dubbo, Is jd. ' Chaff : McDurmott, Mill thorpe, pass-id ? VV ass. Spring Hill, 2-s 6d ; J. W. Henderson, Maryvale, Is 9d. Hay : ltyan, New bridge, passed. Rye straw : llyia, Newbridge, 2i pats : Harvey, Tarana, passed. Wheat. — Mr. H. R. Carter, wheat broker, Syd ney nud Malbournr, reports as follows Sept. 23th : —From all the large wheat growing districts I have -yord that nice seasonable rains have fallen %nd tnat t)je crops everywhere' are lookiDg splendid, f nd with a good shower or twe nest moi'itb a record larvest for this colony, will be gathered in. The local consumption is eery limited, millers rtquire nieiits being small aud quotations may be given at 2/10 to 37 for fair average quality to prime. I'iuehed pamsles containing sinut are unsaleable except at a chiek feed price. The Melbourne piarket id still declining and has now toach...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 1 October 1898

Blajpej School of Arts. ] rr-HE ANNUAL MEETING of the JL Bkyney School of Arts will' be he'd in the Heading Room on WEDNESDAY IpYENING, 12th October, at. S o'clock. Businkss : To receive lJeport and Balance Sheet, and Election of Ollicers. \Y, Q. MELLOR, Secrttaiy. Impounded at Blayney ON 26th September, from Christy's Hill, hy Air H. ilitrshnil : — B.-iy Pony A.a:c, like All uvtr O or Nit c\er O (tile A oi* N Ijlutched) near Miouldyr, star 011 foielir.-itl, pulled ta,i1, (i yea iv, I. token, 14 bauds. ]f i.ot -tel. ;ised, will be suld at noon 011 Thuis. av, 2utli October, 1898 ' ' . P. LUCK, l'uuiidkceper.

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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CHURCH NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 1 October 1898

eawafeH ^©Tiie!i§. pHURan 0FEif0LAND. — Tomorrow services will be held as follows :— Blayney, 11 and 7.30 ; King's Plains, 3 — Rev. W. K. Howell. Hobby's Yard*, tl ; Moorilda, 3; Newbridge, 7.3)— Sev. J. OnynpB. . Prksbttiriau. — To-morrow services will be con ducted as follows: — Blayaey, 11 and 7.30; Brawn's Creek, 3 — WistLiTA-f. — -To-morrow services will be held as follows ; — Blayuey, 11 ; Neville, 3; Man durama, 7-30— Rgv. A.S. Swift. Blayney, 7.30— Captain H. Co«k. Galley Swamp, 7.30 — Mr G. Chappie. JjorLon, $ — MJfision Band. | itaWWUMJ. ?.- =»c= 7. Advocate and Serald. measures; Nqx men.' — 0 — SATURDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1898.

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 — 1 October 1898

TO THE WQOLGROWEES ? ^ ? O F ? NEW SOUTH \7 A I , lis & QU E E XS LAN D. ? r— . ? . L» ? n ? fji . — YOUR attention lias recently been directed to an agitation in - Sydney regarding the charges for spiling Wool iu t-lais maldcet, and as we have deemed it necessary to fldopt a certain policy, we think it well to acquaint you with the reasons which have com pelled us, in the interests of wooUelling iu. this market-, to differ with the decision of a piajority of the Woolselliug Brokers' Association. 1. The Co-operativ# Company when ic commenced business gave as a reason for its existence that the only fair and reasonable charge for selling wool was a consoli dated rate of 3 per cent., without any delivery charge to the buyer. 2. We now assume that the Co-opsrative Company, having discovered that it- could not Reasonably expect to continue in business if it cli&rgad that rate of commis sion alone, has, in combination with a certain section of the Sydney Woolselling Broke...

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The Koorawatha Railway. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 1 October 1898

?jw— » M..11 11 mass^=ss:x=l^ The Koorawatba Railway; A letter (published in another column) yras read at the council meeting on Wednes day eveniug from Mr. Cousins, secretary to tbe Greafell Bail way League, asking that some steps should be taken in' the way of assisting the Grenfell League in their en deavours to get the Koorawatba . railway constructed in preference to another line - nailed thfl Wliihn T.inft.- for wViin.h t.hp racirlnritc of Young are now agitating, The letter wai received by the council, and very wistly, in our opinion, the council asked the Mayor to convene a public meeting at an eaely date to decide what steps should be taken to strengthen the hands of the Grenfell Rail way League. From the tenor of the letter alluded to, it is very evident the matter is one of some great importance to this town and district ; and When the meeting does take place we hope and trust the residents will enter into the matter with the full determination of assisting the Grenfell p...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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Terrible Tragedy in Mudgee AN EX-CONSTABLE MURDERS HIS WIFE AND CHILD. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 1 October 1898

Terrible Tragedy ia Mudgee. AN EX-CONSTABLE M ORDERS HIS WIFE AND CHILD. Perry-street, Mudgee, was the scene of a terrible', tragedy on Monday morning about 7.3J o'clock, when Mr. John McCoy, a retired police caastable,' murdered his wife aud infant daughter, by batter ing in their heads with an ax 9. The Western Post ' (Mudgee) publishes the following information McCoy's residence is alittle woodeu cottaire. and about 10 or 12 feet behind the main building is a room used by McCoy and his wife as a bedroom. It was at the door of this room that the tragedy - had evideutly commenced, for lying right at the entrance was a clot of brains, crushed by the heel ef a man's boot. To this bedroom waB a verandah, and on the edge of this, and from thereto the hack door of the snain building, was notliiug hut pools of. blood aud clots of brains. Jnst outside the dpor lay a child (the only girl of tfee 'famjly), but a, couple of mouths old, with its head chopped open from the back and the brains ...

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The Hastings-Macleay Election. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 1 October 1898

The Hastings- Jfacleay Election. Mr.. E. Barton was returned for the Has tings and Macleay electorate last Friday, beating Mr S. Smith by 302 votes. As Mr. Barton was not present at the official declaration of the poll, some clergy man (to what church lie belongs we don't know, neither do we care), returned thanks to the electors on Mr. Barton's behalf, and in doing so said Mr. Barfcon was the man appointed by God to bring about Federation. remark is quite as blasphemous as the remarks m^de some time ago by the Empe ror of Germany, when speaking of his. late father. This ..would-be prophetic cleric should certainly take for his text some Sunday- morning the following words — There was a man sent from Gad whose naine was Edmund Barton.' ' Tli.i writ for the Hastings and Macleay electorate was received by the Speaker on Thursday, and Mr,. Barton thereupon took liis seat iii the House amidst Opposition fliears.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 1 October 1898

Infectious Diseases. THEIR CONSEQUENCES AND CURE. (A Medisal Extract.) ''Tlia consequences and core of infectious disea sis has long been a study (says a well-known medi^ cal writer) which has had a peculiar fascination for. . me.' In these colonies at the present time wa have had (and still hiT«) a fearful epidemic of measles, iuduenza, scarlet and typhoid fevers. Measles and influenza have beeq especially ram punt, and their dangerous aud, freqaeutly fatal, aftereffects are everywhere noticeable. Measles' induce bronchitis, pneumonia, inflammation of the' lungs, scrofula, deafness, sore eyes and other disx eases, while influenza ends in prostration and heart disease— Soften merely another name for death. To find a perfect remedy to cure not only measles, in fluenza, and fevers, but tkeir various after-effects as well, has engaged many mouths and years of patient and laborious study, which has ended in perfect success. Patient reaearoh shows that Dr. Williams' Pink Pills fer Pale P...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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BLAYNEY-HARDEN LINE. UP. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 1 October 1898

M,AYNEY-HARDBN LINE. UP. a.m. p.ni, — Blayney.., ...Dep. 4 55 .9 65 . 11 Garooar ? C 45 10 86 17 ^andurama ? 6 5 10 48 19 Lyudhuret ? 6 22 11 1 22 0-arland ? a a 17 Swan Ponds ? a a SO Wangtola ? a a 80 Woodstock ? 7 27 11 50 48 Holmwood ... ... 7 55 12 12a.tn 40 Cowra ? Arr. 8 10 12 23 Stop p.m. ? ? Dep 8 60 12 40 1 56 Wattamadarra ... h ... 64 Koorawatba ? 4 48 1 80 69 Orowther ? a 74 Bendiok Morrel ... a 60 tfooteaglo ? a 00 Burrangong ? a C2 Toung ? Arr. 6 26 2 60 „ ? Dep. 6 56 8 0 108 Kiogsvale ? & .... : 110 Demoudrille ? 8 10 8 fiO 111 Murrumbnrrah ... a a 118 Harden ? Arr. 8 80 4 5 DOWN. a.m. p.m. — Harden... ...Dep. 6 20 9 10 & Murrumburrah ... a a 8 Demondrillo ? ? 6 48 9 80 10 Kingsvale ? ? a a ; 21 Xounjg ? Arr. 7 61 10 20 „ ? Dep. 8 6 10 25 28 Burrangong ? a a 88 Lfonteaglo ? a a 89 Bendick Morrsl ... a a H Orowtbar ? a a 49 Koorawatba ... .. 9 51 11 68 57 Wattamadarra ... a a.m. 67 Cowra ? Arr. 10 45 12 88 Stop p.m. „ ... ...Dap & 40 12 65 70 Ho...

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