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THE GALLYMONT MINES. OVERLOOKING THE PAST, AND A GLIMPSE AT THE FUTURE. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 1 January 1898

THE GALLYMONT MINES. OVERLOOKING THE PAST, AND A GLIMrSE AT T3 E l'UTUKK. During the past year gre it changes have taken place ; whut was ii it iniicli previous to tile com mencement of 1897 a q-iiet struggling co-operativ.* mining settlement is now a bu^y hive of mining enterprise ou a large scale, which capital alone can keep up. Tne wuiki this Company h is now in ban 1, J am informed by the manager, Mr. T. B. Hocking, wha very courteously sp ired me a few nunulcij of his valuable time, aud from whom J' gleaned t. e :ul. owing particulars, are as follows;,-^ Southern XIinf. —The shaft is thirteen fuet'hy four feel. Mink to a depLh of 2G0ft, and opened out at the 250ft lerel. Two drives are beiug driven on ono lode an I a cross-cut is beiug mado to intercept a second lode. Great expectations are .centred on tlie developments iu this mine, aud il is proposed to sink this shift 103ft. deept-r during the couiiiig year. Great WesTebji Mine. —The -ork e.irried oa here is ou a more elabo...

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

GALLEY SWAMP. (FKOM OUR CORRESPONDENT) The Christmas Holidays passed off very quietly here, as a uuinber of residents took advantage of the mine beiug shut down from Friday till Tuesday to go away ; quite a large number going to Orange, some visiting Sydney, aud some, well they are uot quite certniu of anything except that they had a jolly good time. However, those who stayed nude the beat of things and enjoyed themselves each to his taste. Tils manager of the Gallymont Mine aud his charming wife gave a dinner party on Christmas Eve to the Mine Oiiuers, which passed off most successfully. Oil lioxiug Day nearly everyone went to the races ut Muuduratna, and thungli the Galley Swamp representative distin guished himself in the big race by running last ' by a tail,' a thoroughly enjoyable day was spent. I am sorry to have to record one accident which might have had a more serious termination than it did. Mrs. McNeil and Miss Woodward were driving home on Rjxing Day frun Mandurauia, whe...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE MELBOURNE SEWERAGE SHAFTS. TWO MEN ENTOMBED. MELBOURNE, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 1 January 1898

THE MELBOURNE SE'.YERACiS SHAFTS. TWO MEN ENTOMBED. . Melbourne, Tu?siiav. Au accident occurred this morning ia a tunnel which is being driven under the Yarra at the mouth of the river in connection with the sewerage works. By some means yet unknown the 'shaft collapsed and four workmen were entombed in the tunnel. Two others who went to their assistance were with difficulty got out alive. It is feared that the four men hive been suffocated. Rescue parties are now at work. Later. Further particulars of the accident show that Mr. Christopher Mossop (Inspector of the Metro politan Hoard of Works), Air. Henry Porter, Mr. James Stepheu, and Mr. Michael Huarj, all in the employ of MacKei.zie -£ Sous, contractors for No. 1 section of the South Yarra sewer, descended the shaft to-day aud iioare called to his mates ut the top that the party required assistance, having been overcome by foul -iir. A search party, consisting of McKeuzie (oue of the linn), (iibson, and Hoare proceeded half way ...

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

MANDURAMA. [i'KO.M OOll CORRESPONDENT.] The rajjs came off pn Mo.iday, and on the wholj they were the most successful that have been held here for some time past. From Christmas Day the people began to muster foi' the races, and on Sunday they kept coming, so that there was not a spare bed in town. The hotels tried all they could to accomodate the numerous visitors, &till a i good many had to camp out ; and when the early traiu (3 a.m ) arrived it brought a lot more visitors, who did the best they could uutil the hotels opened. The town, was very busy up to the time of the races starting. At 12 o'clock they began to mus ter ou the rasecourse, aud until 7 o'clock the crowd remained ou the course. After pay ing all claims the Club have over £20 in haud. Mr. Anderson, the lion, sec., is to Le complimented ou the sa isfactory result, he having done everything in his power to make it the suocess it was. Mr McCloskey acted as judge, Mr. Rowlands treasurer, aud Mr. W. Flynn made an...

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

^HRISTMAS AT BLAYNEY. Christmastide at Biayney passed off quietly. The weather was beautiful, though at times was somewhat hot, but this difficulty was overcome by the 'shade of willows and other nice slindy reports which surround the town. On Christinas Eve the town was lively, the business places keeping open till 11 p m ; and although men could be seen on every baud who had indulged in a, 'little too much,' and were somewhat merry, no arrests were madn. Services were held in the Church of' England and Presbyterian Church on Christmas morning, which were' attended by large congregations.

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

CRICKET. A match between Blayney and O'Connell was played on the loc il grou d on Boxing Day, and resulted in an easy win for lilay ney by an innings and 73 runs. The visitors had a weak team, and only brought eight men. and rnns^niiftnl,! v ha:l to 1)I:lv with three pick-ups. Tney chose one of these themselves, viz., W. Marsh, but when this player went on to the field, the local men held a conversation amongst themselves, with the result that they decided' to'o'-j&t to W. Marsh playing with O'Cuitiiuil. The visitors were much surprised at this p ctili-ir and un sportsmanlike action of the local players, a:ul thinking that if they persisted to lcl Marsh play (which they could have done), the local players would have uttered the little school boys' cry— ' If he p'ays oil your shl ?, we won't play,' and cousidi'iiug that they trav elled over 30 miles for tli.j g-tnu;, tiiey re quested W. Marsh to re! ire from their tide. Then the Blayney players took it upon them selves to cho...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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WESLEYAN CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 1 January 1898

WESLEYAN CONCERT. The annual Christmas entertainment was held iu the Wesleyan church ou Christmas night,' the Church being packed; with an appreciative audience. The church , was nicely decorated. s .Owiug to- the loss sus tained by the Rev. Mif. Swift iii tha^ late fire at the Parsonage, Captain Cock, on 'b'ehalf of the ladies of the congregation, pragSutel 14IO icv. gcuucniftu wicu Jjuioq ul auver-'j eigns. The following -musical programme was rendered during the eveuing : — Hymn, ' Coiue all ye Faithful,' Choir ; soiig, 4 Consider the Lillies,' iliss Adatn ; violin solo, ' Mendelssohn's Spring Song,' Miss Mellor ; song, Miss Elsie Glasson ; original recitation, 'Christmas,' Miss Ruby Mellor; quartette, ' Wake Isles of the Sea ' ; song, 'The Holy City,' Mrs. Josephson ; duet, 'Christmas Chimes,' Miss Glasson and Mrs Frascr ; reading, 'The Nativity,' Mr. Roger ; song, Miss Mellor ; carol, '? Star of Bethlehem,' Choir ; song, Ruby Mellor ; violin solo, ' Gounod's Serenade, M iss Mel...

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

NOTES AND COMMENTS. We Lave much pleasure in wishing our readers ' A Happy and Pros-porous New Year.' TYPHOID. — Another death occurred in Blayney on Monday last, a lad named Theodore Rowe succumbing to the dread disease at his parents' residence after an   illness of three weeks. He was 13 vears of age. His remains were interred in the     Roman Catholic portion of the local ceme- tery on Wednesday. The Good Templars held a social in the ?ood Templars' Hall on' Tuesday night last here were about 50 present, and all thor O.ughly enjoyed themselves. A musical evening was held in the Wes leyab church on Wednesday. The atten dance was moderate. Miss Lane opened the proceedings with a pianoforte solo, after Vhicli Mr. John Glasson and Captain Cock delivered short- speeches, explaining that the object of tlie meeting was to raise funds for {lie re erection of the stable at the Parsonage which was burnt down 'recently. A collec Jion and subscription ...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GOLD AT SHILLING A[?] [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 8 January 1898

„ GO.LD AT.AMLUS0. 4.T /3S !„ ?' ! It U j-i- within the hum l-i .-t' possibility tl.iit tiioiv- cuiyke golilfi -l i -; in iv uvceed in liu-i.ne-s - lie «'i)da-t dream-i «.t even the most.-sauguii-o prospector, and so cheapen golti as to rcvoiut ionise the wot i.i. Supposin;; tli.: ? find' exceeds- a.l bounds, an-1 gold becomes as common as iron, as ?il.,.. . .. I.. ..J ? f ? I.~ T? ? c--mlyasfive or six years ago silver was worth t-.vice m niuoii as it . is now. What has brought about the decrease in value? Ii.cr.aied proJuction. And increased pro line, ion woul.l inevitably cause a similar de i-umsi: in thu value of gold. It is only a uiath-r uf ijegn-e. (jold is as susceptible as any otb- r com .nodi y to the iro.i law of j.ip^jly aud dciiuuil. Ut course the world oould absorb any am-juiit oi gout ai a price, si y a siiuiiug a hundredweight, it is 'an exeeedingty useful metal, apart altogether from it-i intrinsic value. For instance, golden bullets would be n o e bum me t'lan lead...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 8 January 1898

TKFBESS3! Gk? rER BOX i PER BOX : ™S BHJOUSNE5S 'Hi Urops, £j Iik.C.J- .'Solkim frpm JS«., Single-* catal . „ _——ie^lJS6Ef^H'tL/A-^ B«nfM|,il6 lta.; lluek Bawd Buggies, £10 10a. ; W«P'^'1n ' li / - Puaolc.it»t'eJ Buggies, £90 ; Double auger IUkxiiss II 18W8ffl8»TTj / V M*. j Biflirfe Buggy Ultima, SOs to 90a. per set ; Beat Quality Wagga II 3»9ibSuU/9°ji^A Mfl* StdiHta. tot.; Zkiim' Saddle, 70e. ; Pari (Saddles, SSe. ; Ladles' m^/v/SfxiSS^^ ?'. B KID LK8, 10*. «d. ;Boya'S-idd]ei, Best, -with HogSeats, 8»h. 64. I II Ullti'lEf)) Manufacturer & Importer or «^a^^V7/\Vss/ W. Ifwiilfenj, VEHICLES and SADDLERY. V / / \ NX ltSapd UT SUSSEX 8TBBET, SYpKEY. N^J -| -X yiuppL* t*cto*t : **lbou*k* 8TMKT, COXCOBD. OUJ ESTABLISHED, RELIABLE. SEND FOB CATALOGUE. CADDJJSSferlA&ataBdGviitlemeii. The. name H. BfLLIER is to be seen on nearly-all j?ocd saddles tttd in tht.Oolonf. The Prioe is Loir, tbe Quality exceptionally Good* ? If you have not tried one, do so. If ;FfU .opda? fraa It...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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ITEMS OF INTEREST. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 8 January 1898

ITEMS 0,F. INTEREST The very latest item from the new gold ! region was given at the Sunday Lecture Society's meeting i ecantly. ' Someone has toldi Mr. Brice that a grocer was recently lynchecl at IClondyke for adulterating sugar with gold dust.' This beats even Joaquin filler's remark, ' I'm sick of seeing so much .. ,.\ i .I ' Bismarck says his complaint is old age. A favorite tale of his, when the conversation turns on his health, ia about liis father, to whom nil old country doctor, when he was complaining about a dreadful toothache, said '.'You may be glad at 75 years of age to have teeth to ache at all.' llr. W. E. Quick, who wi ll several other cyclists leftCjolg.irdie about the middle of iaKt October, i'f ached Bathurst on Monday moaning, after travelling a distance of about J.OOO miles ou the wheel via Adelaide, Melhour.n'i and Sydney. ' 'The popularity of the precious s.tones now is — the 'pearl first, ^is ruby second, and the diamond third. ijueen Y-ictor'a, owns a dress...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 8 January 1898

A PECULIAR DECLARATION'. ODD OATH OF A.N HOTEL MAN. Mr. Sy Iney \Vu.»tliiIk\ iiuw employed «il Ven- j ina i'a Agricultural dote!, Ilu) marker, Sydney, to | a lepurber from the .Sydney JJ'orAvr said : 4* l &ImII lie pl^tsed to give you an account of my cuuj by Dr. Williams' Pink lJi.ls fur l'ule Peoj Ie» aud I hope you will print it. us 1 Jjeliuie there must ha ; iijiiity |ie-)|»lu tfulf.Ting in tlie. wuy tli.it I .djtl/ani j vim be uHiily cured if they would au.y iry I the pfu^'-r rt-inedy. It \\u« l;i»l «u uiiier ilwti I was l.tkeu ill whilst wiH'kiug fur u. weli-kiwvva btoro JijeptT at KuoivhamiJtuii. It's, a trying c iumte up th ly, and I overtaxed my screngh. Very gradual y i 1 be^un to lo?e my boultb. \Yurk that 1 um--1 to 1 liud ijitite easy 1 could' now mdy riu with difii alty tuid utHnl I h I' t Mu a -ft fiv- ?jr i»jis imiritrs rilbt-in tb-i middle of a job. Jfiy appetite. too was j very uncertain ; sometimes I couldn't look at a meal, Auid the siglit ol food made -t...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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WHO SHALL BE OVERLORD OF THE PACIFIC? THE AMBITIONS OF JAPAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 8 January 1898

WHO SHAIX BE. OV.ERLOIID O.F iuq.'trc? _ THE ^MSITToNS OF JAPAN'. j Generalise™ have -f-livi3ptl ' t}».; (:..dr-e of jci vilimtion in tej h«?e ju r.'d- — MiMiiena- nean, Atlantic, and Pj-citie — ?teeouling to the streteh of water which forms t\e theatre uf principal-iitiman iii terms'. We :iro. said to llA haoi- An #ih(. v«i-ka nf i-.Iia PunifSn Jhnitii'l ♦' bvtt the happy oruen irf t lie nam - is Alicady belied by th'6 ? speculations arid preparatious . to. which the advancing importui.ic uf the ocean^nm given rise/ hi the ' urtll Anieil c»ii &Jaga2iue' forOcio'ter, 3lr Chai-les H. ? Cram-,* writes ou thi: c :ui;i,-i-ea Po-ver. J1-; Calls iittenli-.n lo the oy.-],;nh- sudd'.- ne ,s Xfith wlii'.-li Japjm 1m-. swop'. inU- nav tl emi nence* He s;iys : — ' Japan is nut only buildjij^.ui .re ililpj th^u auy other Ivwef exee.pt Etlglntid, Iiut gjbe is liuildins better sli-ps in ^iii^liab ' shipyanlt th in England herself i£ constructing for her own navy.' ? 'TOfiiNAVAl* ACTIV1TV ...

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 — 8 January 1898

GomirnvQwl:. J.3 8. I1KEDS *.Co, . Cattle. r-31- head ja(de.l. Market-firm, Wd - ?p4 -W account ot Rpsedal^ Estate 17/Iitjht bullocks I t p Li l}.p j. on. accoupt, of Mr Dv Byrnes, i, light ' bjiUo«kB.at,£5 I4j.. J^at,Sh$ep.— Qoo4.-ip(dity in demand. We sol ! am. account ot Mr^ W. O. Bowman, Derowie, S99 t^ajth trp ln-m.4i 3d, to 5$ Id ; o t accjunt of Spring field : Rastpral Estate Co , Ltd., . 153 trathers . at Is lid, 14 ew«s At 4s 6d, 6 lambs at 5a ; oil account of Mr. T: H.Rich^ds, 209 wether* at 4?. Horses.— Only a small number yarde l ^Ye sold for Meurs Hark^tt, Tjiooipson. M -.y, an 1 others np t^XiS. We still have enquiriej fo: draughts. Qarager./anuary 4.

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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"OPERATIONS DISPENSED WITH." To Messrs. Colemane and Sons, Cootamundra. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 8 January 1898

'OPERATIONS DISPENSED WITH.' To Mes-rs. Colcmane and Sons, Cootamundm. DeakSirs, — I liavi- used the Eucalypte ] Extrltct which I got from you, and am now quite out of it. Almost every possible com plaint 1 use it for, including burns, scalds, cuts, bruises, tore throats, colds, chilblains, neuralgia, toothache, ifcj., etc., and I do not neneve mere is Hny uiseasc it win not, cun*. if persevered with. In ulcerated sore throat or i ll.niii.'d tliroit it is invaluable, having h id personal experience of the fact \ery recem ly . Where children or even adults are badly atl'^L'tcd I usually erect a lu;id of small tent near a fireplace, place - a kettle on the life, and when the water reaches boiling point, I pour a quantity of the liuert'ypte Extract into the liettle, aud attach a lonj; tube to the spout of the kettle, and make the sleam play about the patient in the' lent. Tiiestenn owing to the distance it has lo travel, when it reaches the patient is llius in a cool form aud is not en...

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 — 8 January 1898

WESTERN PRICES; SstDiEr, Thursd-ty n'g'it. Bedfern— MprJeiyite. supply, of wheal, Moonajr, Niirrptuiue 3^ 2J,to ,3s 3d. Chaff, Spilsburjr,. Wellington. p:iss-*d ;; ditto .passed. Wheat; old 48 ;3d,. new. 3s 84 to ,4s 2d ; dour, old. £ljli 10s, new £10' 10s to £13 ; straw,- bundleil £3; 5s,,. imported, derrick, J62.5s.to £2.7p,6d-

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 8 January 1898

Beware of Imitations. Set; that eicli Libel hears our registered trade murk — EucAlYPTe. A Grind Speculation, iu these days of financial unrest, is a rare thing for people with spare capital to come across. Ic. is, therefore, refreshing to know that iu pur chasiug a box of Holloway's Pill*, good value for money could bo obtaiueil. Tliey never fail to give iustaut relief from pain, aud no disease can long witbetand their purifjiug iuliuencs. A few appropriate doses ut th-3 proper period will prevent many a serious illness. Their prim ,-t vy actiou is upon the blood, stomach, liver, kidneys and bowels. Their secondary action strengthens the nervous centres. No drug can be so harmless yet so autaguu istn». L-» riianrriara oainn,! Iw U^tn The most perfect reliance may be placed upon their regulaisng aud reuovatiog vir tues. In jealousy there is usually more self love than love. The wonderful part of the Maxim gun is that it lias only one barrel, and yet it can discharge 600 shots in one...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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CHURCH NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 8 January 1898

fekwaeKi; w@Tip£§i. Oni'rca ay EwOLAND. —To-morrow, pervices will In h«ld &« follows :—Blayney, U and 7:3ft; Greg liami'.own. S-— Rev, W. K, Hpiv#ll. Neville, 11,; IJ irry, 3 ; Newbridge, 7' 30— Rev. J; Onyons. FkkSbtteriah. — To-morrow services will ha con ducted as follows : — Blayuey, 11 and 7:30 ; .Hpbby%'s Yards, 3— Rev. J. Adam.. Tf jsa^EYA?. — Tp-inocroir services will be held a' follow : — BWfley, 11 ; Norton, 3 ; Maudurama, 7.30— Rev. A. S. Swift. Blayuey, 7 30 — Mr. Roger. King'* hlainff, 7-30 — Mission Bind, Neville, 3- — Presbyterian, Service. . Catholic ChdkoH (Parish of Circoar). First Sunday— Carcoar, 8.30 a.m. Bluyney, 11 H.m. aid 7-30 p at. Second Sueday — Blayney, 8.3) a.m. Carcoar, 1^ a.m. »nd 7.30 p.m. Third Sunday— Car joar, 8.33 a.m. and 7.30 |^m. Blayuey, 11 a. m fourth . Sunday — Vittoria, II a.m. Blayuey, 7.30 p.m. ' Filth .SuttiUj (when oc:urring) — Neville, 11 ^.m. Carcoar, 7.30 p.m. Tha Presbytery, Carcoar, 24th June, 1897. AdwMite Wld Herald. UEA...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 8 January 1898

STllONGt ENGLISH WORDS. Wlion a person says 'I sjffjrsd exan.icy.tiag pain,' he expresses a fact in tlie strongest words afforded by tlie English language. The word ' excruciating,'- comes from crux, n, cross, au 1 signified an intensity of agouv comparable only to tlint en 'iired by one who undergoes tho barbarous punishment of criicitisi jn. There are some diseases which for a time causJ pain of this acute and for midable nature. To tiui a relief for it, when pos sible. is at ouce tlie impulse of humanity, and tlie studious defire of science. Two brief ixai-plcE may indicate what success is attending the effjrts to uoth eomfoit^uid cure cases cf this kirn), j ' Nearly all my lire,' writes au intelligent woman ' X hive borne tli2 burden of what .appears! t j be incurable hitiese. X always felt heavy, weary and iired. My uppe ite was poor, and after eating I had a crvel pain at my chest aui batween tt'.e aliouUUrs. I'nrqaently tlie puin was so intense tli it. I was im p-.l.J to loos...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BLAYNEY HARDEN LINE. UP. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 8 January 1898

BLAYNEY-IIARDEN 1.1 NIC. UP. a.m. p.m, — Blayney ? Dep. 4 55 9 S'S 12 Carcoar ... .4. ... 5 45 10 36 17 jilaudurama ? C 5 10 4# 19' LyuSTmrst ... ... 6 22 ill 3 ' 22 Garland ? a a 27 Swan Ponds ? a a 30 Wangoola ? a a 35 Woodstock ? 7 27 11 50 43 Holmwood ? 7 55 1.2 12a.m 46 Cowra ? Arr 8 10 .12 23 StQp ! p.m. „ ? Depj 3 B0 12 40 1 56 Wattausadan-a ..J tt 64 Kooi-awntha ? i 4 43 1 80 69- Crowtbec ? ? a - 74, Bendick Morrcl a 80 Montcagle ? i a ! 90 Burraugoug ? a 92 Young ? Ait. 6 26 2 50 ? Dep. 6 56 I 3 0 103 Kiugsvale ? a 110 Demoudrille ? 8 10 8- 50 19.1 Murrtimbunali ... a a 113 Harden ? Arr. 8 30 4 5 JUWN. a.m. p.m. — Harden ? Dep. 0 20 9 10 2 AiurrucabuiTab ... a a 3 Oemondrilio .„ ... 6 48 9 30 10 Kingsvale .... ... a a 21 Young ...A.rr. 7 51 10 20 ? Dop. 8 6 10 25 28 Burrangoug ? a a 33 Montcaglo ? a n 39 Bendick Morrcl ... a a 44 Crcwtber ? a a 49 Koorawatba ... ., 9 54 11 S3 57 Wattaruadarra, ... a -a.m. 67 Cjwrj. ? Arr. 10 45 12 38 Slop i p.m. ? Dep 5 40 12 55 70 liolnjwo...

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