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Galley Swamp. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 28 May 1898

Galley Swauip. (FROM oca C3BRK3IN)NDEXT) Medicai. Associatiov.— Tliera have been a lot of rumors Uoatingaround for some time here that a certain clique on the Swamp were, going to oust the Association's medical officer for the reason that they 'weic not satisfied with hiin. As the result of most unfair canvassing bv certain np.rsnns ? m perhaps it would be fairer to say by 011c person (the recognisc J leader of Ihis/partv), a vote was carricd lit a meeting held last Sunday morning by a small majority dispen sing with the doctor's services. Nutwith sti.11.iing the fact thit Galley Swamp was practical y 'ral;ed with a simtll tooth comb' to find complainants ag.iiast the (iucior, o:ilv three could l»e found, and their evidence was mainly founded on the opinion of a rival medical inan,_ sa that iu all fairm-ss as bet ween doctor and doctor, a third should have been consulted. It may bs mentioned to thow in what spirit tho opponents of the doc'-or sictfd, that tliey not only refused to l...

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 — 28 May 1898

- Aland urama. [FROM OtJB COH RESPONDENT^) The sports here on Queen's Birthday passed off very successfully, though 111 the early part of the day it was bitterly cold — | rain and sleet falling — but towards midday the suit made its appearance and put quite a change on the scene. Some of the residents went off to sea the races at Lymlhurst, and others to various places, whilst: those who e^tM-en«c«.i '«iw aitjj »n0 vuo juuu^avcia lw build bonfires. At night there was a great display ol fireworks along wish the boa tires, which gave the town quite a gay appearance, which seeuicd greatly to please both youug and old. The now tennis club had its first game 011 Queen's Birthday, and it was highly success ful. The weather cle.iring up a little, so that all ctij jyed themselves. Four o'clock tea was partaken of 011 the ground.' The f illowing ladies arid gentlemon toolc part in the proceedings : — Mesdaiues 0-ven, JJeni hrick, CnrUtie, and Uowla-ids, the M.ss^-s Gardner (2), King, Buckley...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Plain Talk. A REPLY TO "COMMON" SENSE"(?) [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 28 May 1898

Plain Talk;. A REPLY TO 'COMMON* SENSE '(?) j [By Nemo.] As a result ot remarks made by me recen tly in reference lo the practice of playing lawn tennis 0:1 Sand iys, some audacious foul, who certainly has 110 control over his reison, and coward as In is, hides behind the mask of an alias, viz, ' Common Sjuse,' gives vent to his nettled feelings in last weak's ' West Aiacq iat ie ' 1:1 an article which he thought a chivalrous reply to my remarks. As this anonynioui fl.-ribblpr and sclfeonsti tuted Solon sh -wed tin- uublic his nesci.-nne. I did not at first intend lo lo wer my dignity to reply ; but seeing fold for my own sport and auiusciiiftiit, 1 dc.idwd lo'deil »ith this funnily-feeble snipe who du es to call him self *? Common Sense.'-- : FiTst of all, this Kemesl.i liea-ls iiis letter with the title of ' Asinine impertinence, ' and I say he could not ha^e chosen a belter title for himself or his letter. Tuen ho says ' he was very much amused and somewhat disgusted to read the ...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
First Australian Morse. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 28 May 1898

First Australian Morss. 'We have liDen requested' to draw attention to the fact that any parson desirous , of joining the Company of the First Australian Horse, with head quarters for this district at Blayney, should s^nd in their names as early as passible to Mr. G. 8. Blucklor, of Brown's Creek, from whom all information can. ba obtained by making application. As Federation is almost a certainty we would ' advise all young Austra!iui3 to join the I above Company. I

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 — 28 May 1898

11 Thero'a no^weeter Tobnco comet fn.m Virgin 11 a ld a - -.iH t if biaud tlian the Time Cr.etlet.' T .n'll rsk^'trt U M.s* yii. ai you older.— J;inc e j, - h,.- V.i„ioi jiik.'.' ' F ir . -T,»,,»umn,.ive. Co.u^'hi take \Voed's (JrM t Pl^pHrui fit t Cure, 1/0 a d' fy6.

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Federation—"Yes or No?" [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 28 May 1898

Federation—' Yes or No?' We are now face to face with the plain question, — ' Shall we Federate, Yes or No ? ' During the past month and mora the anli Ffl'JeraJiata — those who would answer ' No' tQ this question - have mado frantic and persistent efforts fo obscure the issue by the offir of sriecious alternatives, — by the promise qf m ' better Bill,' or ' better terms,' they have tried to discredit the Federal Consti tution by fair means and foul — by charges of treachery and djihonesty on the part of the pagrerition ; and by twisting the plain words of the Constitution in order to raise fearsome ' b -geys ' of their own imagining, '?fha ' lions i 1 the path ' having been long j since slain, they have tried instead to set up ?care c.-«w dummies of straw aud bombast, in a desperate evdeavour to stop, at all hazards, thn onward march of the people. ^i-r»e attempts have failed, as all such ^Utnipte must' fail. The friends of Feder ation have had a laborious task in crushing the hydra...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 28 May 1898

VVIiy Slcn Don't Marry. ?S. SIariiaj*e is ou the decline, we are told, aud ouo of tlio 'nj'/ cliic-f 10 .83U8 for ViiE*« this is that the 'vera go man is / 1 //Tv\ ' \\\\ -\ vary har JI to satisfy / t) V \ waut8Jt'i nenrly A^lli) ? ' J perfect-; a' woiuud — v ^ m-i ii tai ly ; -tu or.i I ly , nud physically — as is possible, an i iu tl.° present day very few 6uch womcu exist. I' is not our inteutiou to deal with the fira1 two attributes mentioned ; but the -Intieri which is by no means tho least iiupurtnut, lVweli worth n few words which cannot fail to he of interest to all wouieu, married or dingle. The , woman of to-dny does not piva her self enough uttentiou in the proper direction; a Utile time takeu from the study of the latest fashious and complesiou powders, and given to the perusal of medicnl woivs with regard to tha female organs, w or, 1.1 do ber a wonderful amount of good. Womaii is so constituted tlwt it tnkss hist very little to disarrange the delicate orpins of her C3u...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Blayney Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 28 May 1898

Blayney Muaicipal Couiicil. The regular fortniglitii' meetmg of this council was held on Wednesday evening. Present — the Mayor, Aldmneu Clark, Glasson, Hemsley, Marsh, and Woodward. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. Thft renfirt, of t.ha finanno nAiTim7t-.f-.pn. rv coumiendiiig the ' payment of accounts J amounting to £18/8, was read and adopted, j POSTPOXHD UDSIN'KBS. The correspondence held over from last meeting was then dealt with. A letter from the maauger of the Blind Musical Company, asking for a refund of 'portion of money paid for nse of Town Hall for two concerts, 011 account of the poor attendance of the public. Received, but the request was not granted, as there was a fixed scale of charges. — From the Board of Health, asking tor a report as Lo what had been done under the Public Health Act. Received, and decided to send in a report. Several letters were read in referenbe to a new tank for the night cart ; aiid it was further decided that the ...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 28 May 1898

Beware of Imitations. See that cicli Libel liears our registered trade mark — EucAtTPTe. For Children's Hacking Cough take Wood's Gi-eat PeppL-rmiut Cure, 1/G and fi/G. In expressing sympathy with Mi's. Glad stone, the Piejiiieis of the Austr.ili.ijL colo nies 'tiust that the world-wide artiiiii-ation which will enshrine his memory for all time may help to sustain tho burdeu of your life long siiirc«v' SANDEli mid SONS' iiUCALYljri EXTitA^T. — Under tiie cif-iniguiblied pat rouuge of liis Mujeisiy the King uf Italy, u; per vominuuiuaflun uiado by tiie JJiuibtei lor Foreigu Affairs, througn the Cousul Genors.1 for Italy, ut Melbourne, March 14, 1878. Awarded diploma nt tiie Amsterdam ity.ibitioa, 1883. Acknowledged t-y .Uedi cal cliuics aud U uiveiVities ail over the Globe. 'J-btro are imitfttious of Eucalypti Extract in the market, products of s uipie distillation forming crude, resiuoui oils. Iu order that tlieso crude oils may uot be lulicu for our pure Volatile Eucalypti Extract,...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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NOTES AND COMMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 28 May 1898

NOT liS AND COMMENTS. The ucxt is-uu of the ' Blayney Advocate Anii.CArcoar HomM ' Mill be on .'Thursday j ?evening, 2nd Juae, the day preceding that' on wliicli thtj voting will take place in refer- : :o»ce io tho Convention Bill. An able Article from the pen. of the Hon. £. Barton, | Q;C., addressed to the people of New South j 'Wales.'will be ptblished in it, and which we would a lvise our readers to study before recording their votes on 3rd June. I * ? ? * ?! * Your Grocer keeps Wood's Great Pepper- 1 mine Cure for Coughs and Colds 1/6 and 2/6 Toe Latb Mr. Glidstose. — The remains I of the late Mr. Gladstone will be interred in Westminster Abbey to-day. The funeral will be a public one, at which nearly every country in the world will be represented. Memorial services were held in the churches throughout the length and breadth of the British Euinire on Sunday last. At Lhe Blay.iey Weileyan church on Sunday night t'ie Rev. A. S. Swift referred to the life aud death of the great st...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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The Last of the Italian Brigands. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 28 May 1898

Tii.1t I^ast of tbe Italian Airlgautls. Tho ' Eng'iaTi Illuatrated Magazine ' tells j pi that Do iietiico Tiburzi, the Itiliau . bri- j gartd who met his death in 1896, was never j photographed in his lifetime ; the portraitof | liim was t .Jcea after death, liis body being j -..'o t.w.^ fTUA nntlirtmli^B nnccanc- 1 ' '' r-^T p& do pictpre wher -bv thty oiild rtcognite him, and-af:- r so many years of immunity, Tiburzi intuit hare liv*d a quiet life in any v}H»go of - J iterb j or 'Grosseto - u nder an lis suined napi '. Tiie police were so completely igngfanUof his appearance that, ouce, when his £) }est'soLi was ill, Tiburzi went to tee him ill Cellerr, tha town in which he lived, played with him until lie died, and attended ' 'his fum nl. Tt is also told that Tiburzi was present at Civita Vecchia during the fetes held for tha unveiling of a monument to Yictor Emmanuel, and then returned to Celere to attend the marriage f -ast of hia son Niccpla ; nor did his audacity stop...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
"OPERATIONS DISPENSED WITH.' To Messrs. C[?] and Sons, Cootamundra. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 28 May 1898

I OPERATIONS DISPENSED WITH.' Tu Alejif-i. Cjlsifum ani Hutu, Cojlamundrd. Disks Si:h, — 1 (ia»t* u«;d the iluc«ly{ite Extract A'itich I got from you, mid .nu now .juite oat of it. Aim. is' every pu^biiile eoin plaint i use it f»r, including liurn-, s.-alii*-, cuts, bruians, tore tluyits, colds, chilblains, neuralgia, toj:lmch»-, «!;..? , ;md 1 dj ifo; believe tliere is any il.aease it «'H. not cure if perseieresi with, in uli er.iled &cre liiro.U or i iU.iuii'd i lii-n.it it is im nluahlr-, li.iwn^ h id personal expi-rinuce of tin- fuel very recent Iv. Whi-ie children oi evi-n uiluiis aje bad'y all'.'Cted 1 usually errci n kind oi small tent near a fireplace, pi.ice ukc.ilcim the tiiv, and when iii» water icncllt:. uoi:ifj- poi.il, I pour a (pumiity of llie Luea vp:e Extract into the lieltle, and aitaeh a .oiig tube to the spout of the kettle, and make ilie steam play about :he puiient in (he tent. The s:e*m owing to the distance it has to ti&rel, when it reaches th...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A Historic Marriage Certificate. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 28 May 1898

A Historic Marriage Ccrtifi- ! cate. In the marriage register of Burnham Thorpe, Norfolk, the village in which Lord Nelson was born, there is a certificate signed by the great Admiral when he was eleven years of age. Lord Nelson was born at the Buruham .Thorpe Rectory on Aiichaelmas Day l758, and his childhood -was passed in that sequestered village. Mis father, the Rev. Edmund Nelson,, was the Rector of the parish, aud in marrying rural couples he was often at U loss . to . obtain a- witness of the ceremony. Accordingly young Nelson acted in that capacity, as ia testified by the fact that the. register is sprinkled with his boyish signature. Curiously enough, although Burnham Thorpe is intimately associated with the persoual history of the great Admiral aud his family there is no local memorial of him. During his naval career he used to write in touching language of ' dear, dear, Burnham,' and when he lay dying in the cockpit of the ' Victory, his last request to Captain Hardy was ...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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We are Australians. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 28 May 1898

We are Australians. We are Australians, and intend To be a nation now ; -Ye Jare slot think of looking back, 1 Our baud onee oil the plough. \V« are Autlntliaas, and we mean, TTn m tho -mlmicv iluv To cut the tact in oharactera That Done shall dare gainsay. Wo a-e Australians, ami though some Would fain the name disown, We'll master ou the third of June And make it all our own {f faithless to nur trust we be, Sore ehou'.d we rue t be deed, And staad— the aliens' laughing-ttock — Who'd sneer at such a breed. We'd all i in'; before our children's eyes When thy Were maids and in?n, And they should ask us tauntingly ' \yiiat made ye cravens then ?' The men^fho speak our mother-tongue— AU kinsmen by (Jod's grace Would ask each other wonderingly ' Are these folk of our race ?' The men who, by their sordid speech, Would sesm of sordid soul. We'll look upon with charity— But beat them at the prill ! We'll give aad tak», as comrades should Ani when the die is cast, Qur kinsmen in the east an...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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TOUCHING EXPRESSION OF SYMPATHY. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 4 June 1898

TOUCHING EXPRESSION OF Sl'MPATHV. V' *!'' tOKDON, 'SuriJay.— A touching incident oc 1 coned during the ssrrice in' Westminster Abbey ? ? ye.trrday.. ???..». Mr'. jOladstone, who was supported by her two B?ss, Mr. Herbert Gladstone, ii, P., aad theBer, ' Stephen Gladstone, eat at tha foot of ths ton.b in ? . jjtatsmao'a Corner ot the Abbey. When the aer - ?.'? vice was over toe widow of the dead Liberal leader WM seen t« be weeping, and the Prince of Walt! stoeped and gently kissed her hand. iJ.;. 1/)ND0N, Tueiday.— Oaring the funeral of Mr n Gladstone os Saturday, Mrs Gladstone was the. *? , reeipisLt of a telegram from ihe Qtieen, ia which t her Majesty touchingly expressed hsr sorrow at ths dsath of the grsat Libtral statesman. : ' . 'v Tbs lext of . this meisage was aa follows ' My thssghts arc much with you during the trying and ptinfal cirensony. It must nevertheless be grati f^isg to you to ses ths nation's regret and respeit for'tke ttirm'arjr of one whose character and intil...

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 — 4 June 1898

In the Estate of I. J. CLE MENTS. ' A LL Persons INDiiBTED to ine or my JTjL Estate are requested to PAY the .Atnotmta due by them to Mit PILE, Soli citor, oi Adelaide street, Blayney, whose receipt will be a sufficient discharge for the I. J. CLEMENTS, Storekeeper, Mount McDonald. Government Kotice3. Department of Mines and Agriei^tnre, Sydney, 17th May, 1898. APPLICATION received in the Department of Mines for Permission to M:ne under Bosds. As., 4c.; onder ths' Mining Act of 1874, section 28. SYDNEY SMITH. Application Ko.— 1208. Date of Application 13th May, 1898. Date of fiecejpt of Application r-13th May, 1898. Name of App'icont— H. Cock. Description of Land applied for— Part qf the road ecparating portions KofctCS, 27. atiil .26, from poiv - '^ions Noa. 31, 8i, anlV2Jy couuty BatliHrst, parish Errolv . Extent— 3 Ax.'Wt. Purpose for wliicb ? ' it to lis used — TSntrtne for gold, capper, and ; ? 81-^49 .. piS^&ronoliial Couglu take Wood's Great ')?«pp»filint Gore, 1/G an...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 4 June 1898

'°T\\J&'be4v7l1 Q? 'i :? FERBflK ' JBii' PER BOX]1 m BkUOUSNESS EL R, HILL, Stock and Station Agent, AUCTIONEER, BLAYNEY. Stock and Property Lists on application. Trucking a Speciality. £100.000,000 UNCLAIMED. | DOUGAL'8 REGISTERED LIST containing Dames of 20,000 Families ailv:rtifn'.n for, to claim property and money rince 1700. Price Is C 1 past free, ft. fivery man and woman tliou'il I ny this book, as instructions ure given how tu nc.-ivrr property from Chancery. DOL(JAL & CO., 62. Strand, London, Eng. Kstablialie.l 1844. A lo)' tun* may await you. This book can novr be obtaiueri from VV. 0. Pin Br, Adelaide ; Gordon and 'jOTCIi. Mel., Bnil.anc ; Gks. Robertson A Co., Mel., Syilmy, AiUlaiilc, .grisban*. . ? | IjBSlMliili Or BISXHB2E Marvellous Medicine against Diarrboss, Dysentry, Dyspepsia, Sio.i m !? U vc t, Hal Digestions, 0 o'erine, Intestinal J'i-ui irs, f.c Xho CHEiM or BIBMUra i i Il.i k i a.,[e is kept in a bottle accompanied by u !t t V «| .:ur . V rotn ...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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GLADSTONE. A NATION'S HOMAGE. THE PUBLIC FUNERAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 4 June 1898

? GI*AOSTON|3^i A NATION'S HOMAGE; ' ' THE PUBLIC FONEEAt; LONIiOJf, SutnrdRy. — The pablid 'Joneral is honor of tha Ute Mr. dadstooB took ipUca to-day, when' an iuipressive'ap'ectavl^ was withessed. The body of 'the dcaci statesman, 'wliich had bstn placed oa 51 ilr. pcil catafalljne,' hail'Mn in stata ihrjaghout ycstrnlay, over. 100,000^)eople visiting \V«stni«ister Hall, diit-iug the -la'y.- ? -.Vlany lepra* seiitatives of the Liberal eomuiittcea w«re allowed spesiil o;ip ii-t,.iiiity 10' pm tlie bo.ty. ? -J At 10 o'clock*'tlua morhine' tlie.tnenlUers of the House of- Lords aud flic Houso'ofiCommons were unlrslialled in 'Parliament,' being roepectively pra ceded- by the Iiord- High Chanceljor i( liui'd Halsbury) and thc Speaker (the- Kiglit Hon. Wdtliam Court :Aailjt). s« - ;-v .... The funeral procession was lieaded'by the tu«m. beya eMlie'TIouei; of; fcords; after whom followed the , -Privy 'Guiuciliors,- meirtUers-of'the present and the late- M.iuista-tea, -aod';.tliri:'U-epre...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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A Variable Factor. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 4 June 1898

- . A Varlaiile Factor. ' The Government Stiiiisticiali reprrts once agaio, tbroiigh the Premier to'tus fuhlic, that he has fouud it .necessary y to revert, rather tliuu flbsoiutoly -change his -attitude in the matter of fia.tice. He fluds' himself now iu ' perfect .riccard '.with . tlitf;:Finance Oommittee ; also in accord 'witb' liijziself of, «ay, three mouths back, and necessarily. therefore, opposed to himself afthe date of the ' last manifesto, aud gonersdly to the , self, which iins. beet) dotzn 9 an t^tljroug liout the financial controversy. VIiIj-. £loigi|ilau now -is lower by £800,000 at the l'east--3han be 'WAB.oii the' 19ih of April 'liiSf? 'bill sin some inysterjo us way lie has worked lij^percent ag^ of the necessary , Hew, Sojuih Wales -tariff up -by some JO per cent,, tmd he hai nltio wade the startling aud - new 'discovery ,tli«t South Australia wiirUud littlfc lesB than the praposod .airf^tigements. We tuo.glad toliear.-fiom M'r«; Oogblan in this way, it is at leas...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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BLAYNEY-HARDEN LINE. UP. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 4 June 1898

ULATNEY-HARDEN LINE. TIP. ? J a.111. p.ni, — J Blaynej... ...Dep. 4L65. 9 .50 12 Carcoar ... ... ... 5 45 10 80 17 Maadurauia ... ... 6 '5 10 4-S, 19 Lyudhuret ? G 2*2 11 1 22 Garlaud ? a a 27 Swan Ponds ... ... a a 80 Wangoola ? a a 85 Woodstock ? 7 27 11 60 43 Holuiwood ? 7 65 12 12:i.!n 46 Cowra ? Arr. 8 10 12 23 Stop ; ... ...Dep .3 .60 12 40 j UG; Wattaniadarra ... st ... Hoorawatha ? 4 4S ? 1 30 69 Crowtber ? a 74 Beudick Morrel ... a 80 Mouteaglc ? a 90 Burraugou^ ? a. . 92 Young ? Arr. 6 20 2 £0 „ ? Pep. 6 66 3 0 103 Kitigsvale ? a 3 30 D^moudrille ? 8 10 3 /GO 1X1 Miirruinburrab ... a a 118 Uarden ? Air. 8 30 4 ,r- ~ 7 1-U WW. . a.m. imu. — - Hirdea ;.. ...Dep. (J 20 9 10 2 Murrumburrah ... a a 8 Deaioadrillo ? C 48 9 30 10 Hiug8vale ... ... a a 21 iouug ? Arr. 7 51 10 20 „ .... .. Dap. 3 0 :0 25 23 Biirrangoug ... ... a a; 83 Moiiieaglo ... ... a a 39 Beiulick Morrel a a 44 ^rowther ... ... a * a 49' Tiooiviwatba ... .. 9 . 54 11 53 67 Wattainadavra ... a a.m. 67 Qowra ......

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