Lists (None yet)

Login to create lists

Tagged (None yet)

Add Tags

Comments (None yet)

Add New Comment

Advertising

3 corrections, most recently by anonymous - Show corrections

Medical. Chemicals, Sec

A1.0HDEKFIL MEDICINE

BEECHAH'8 FILLS

me admitted by thousands to be worth above a Guinea a box for Bilious and Nervous Disoidera, such as Wind and Pain in the Stomach, Sick Headache, Giddinejs, Fulness anti Swelling after steals, Dizziness and Drowsiness, Cold Chill*, Flushings of Heat, Vii» of Appetite, Shortness of Breath, Costiveness, Scurvy, Blotches on the Skin, Disturbed Sleep, Frightful Dreams, and all Nervous and Ti cmbling Sensations, _c. The first dose will give relief in 20 minutes. This is no fiction, for they hare done it hi thousands of cases. Every sufferer is earnestly invited to try one box of these pills, and they will be acknowledged to be

WORTH A GUINEA A BOX.

For females of all age« these pills are invaluable, as a fe w dose of them carry off all humours, and bring about all that is re- quired. No female should be without them. Thero is no medicine to be found to equal Beechal-'s Pills for removing any obstruction or irregularity of the system. If taken according to the directions given with each box they will soon restore female! of all ages to sound and robuct health.

For a weak stomach, impaired digestion, and all disorders of the liver they act like " magic," and a few doses will be found to work wonders upon the most important organs of the human machine. They strengthen the whole muscular system, restore the long-lost complexion, bring back the keen edge of appetite, and arouse into action, with a Rosebud of Health, the whole physical energy of tho human frame. These ero "facts" ad- mitted by thousands, embracing all classes of society ; and one of the Best guarantees to the Nervous and Debilitated Is Bcechani's Pills have the largest sale of any patent medicine In the world.

Fall directions are given with each box. Sold by oil Druggist* and Patent Medicine Dealer» throughout the colonice.

R. J. COLLIS BROWNE'S CHLORODYNE^

Vice-Chancellor Sir W. Pago Wood stated publicly In court that Dr. J. Collis Browne was undoubtedly the Inventor of Chlore-' dyne, that the whole story of the defendant Freeman was deliberately untrue, and he regretted to say it had been sworn to. Times, July 13,1864.

Dr. J. Collis Browne's Chlorodyne.-The Right Hon. Eart Russell communicated to the College of Physicians and J. T. Davenport that he had received information to the effect that the only remedy of any service in cholera was chlorodyne.-See Lancet, December 31,1864.

Dr. J. Collis Browne's Chlorodyne " Is prescribed by »cores of orthodox practitioners. Of course it would not be thus singu- larly popular did it not 'supplya want and filia place.'" Médical Times, Jaxuary IS, 1866.

Dr. J. Coll!» Browne'» Chlorodyne is the best and most ecrtain remedy in cough, colds, asthma, consumption, neuralgia, rheuma-

tism, se.

Dr. J. Collis Browne's Chlorodyne is a certain cure for cholera, dysentery, diarrhoa, colic, Sec.

Dr. J. Collis Browno's Chlorodyne.-Caution: None genuine without the words " Dr. J. Collis Browne'» Chlorodyne " on the Government stamp. Overwhelming medical testimony accom- panies each bottle. Sole manufacturer. J. T. Davenport, 33, Great Rubsell-sticet, London. Sold in bottle» at Is Ud, 2s 9d,

Od urn! lls_*ir..nt«. Mdnev ELLIOTT BROTHERS.

^A-tSHALL'S TONIC NERVINE

M

M M

_ invaluable for nervous debility. ARSHALL'S TONIC NERVINE

_ strengthens the nerves. ÂRSHALL'S TONIC NERVINE

the safe tonic for ladies.

w

iULrliX'S COAL TAK ÖOA1",

FOR INFECTIOUS DISEASES.

WRIGHT'S COAL TAR SOAP,

FOR SKIN DISEASES.

WRIGHT'S COAL TAR SOAP, ,

FOR DELICATE SKINS.

WRIGHT'S COAL TAR SOAP.

FOR PIMPLES AND BLOTCHES.

WRIGHT'S COAL TAR SOAP,

FOR THE COMPLEXION.

WRIGHT'S COAL TAR SOAP. .

ÏOR TOILET, BATHROOM, AND NURSERY.

SOLD

EVERYWHERE. Tablets, Cd and Is

Boxes, Is Gd and 3».

c

W. V. WRIGHT and CO.. Southwark. London. _

OUGHS, COLDS, and IÑM/tTÉNZA.

WATT'S CARRAGHEEN give» relief at once. All chemists and storekeepers in town or country._ CARBOLIC JUJUBES, for honrsenebs and sore-thront,

Is box. A. J. WATT, SON, und CO., George-street; and at KOGARAH, on the Illawarra railway.

N.B.-As these jujubes are being largely Imitated, purchasers are requested to see that our name is on eaoh box._ T ONG'B COMPOUND CONSOLIDATED CASTOR JJ OIL PILLS.

Prepared from the Palma Christi.

Regained.

ELLIOTT BROTHERS, Pitt-street,

Wholesale Agents for the Australian Colonies.

The Publie are Cautioned to auk (or Lone/», the Only Genuine.

B'IOTffÄTÜ'S^PILlTs; ÄBRÄTlÄjrs PILLS.

Propared from Dandelion, the Great Liver Remedy.

They do not aut \tolcntlv or weaken the -ystem, but, by gchtly harmonising with the vital functions, rcstoio them to sound health. They con be thoroughly lecommended, being a carefully compounded pi cpai'ution, and the result of practical experience. Prepaied nt the Laboiatory, 431, George-street, Sydney. Sold everywhere at Is, 2b, and as. _ __ FIVE THOUSAND CHAIRS for Hiro. "Tho GLOBE

FURNITURE ARCADE, 525, George-street, Brickfield-hill.

m H E E O H CL

May be hld of

P. HENDERSON,

Mount Vernon-street,

¥Mt-t_0d-h

Government

Notices.

Roads and Bridges Department,

2nd September, 1887 __ ENTENNIAL PARK

c

TENDERS aro lierobv invited for tho following wölk in con- nection with the CLN11 NNIAL PARK -

CONTRAC1 2 Pxcavating Embanking, and Forming 188

Chains 29 Links of Roadway

Plans and specifications mav be seen at tbo Public Works

Omeo where all information can be obtained

Each fender must bear the signatures of two responsible per sons willing to become sureties to the extent of £500 foi the due

performance of the conti act

Rails foi 120 chains of waggon-roads will be supplied to the

contractor bv tho Government

Tenders endorsed ' Contract 2, Centennial Park " to bo for- warded under cover to the Principal Undcr-Sccietnry, not later than Noon on THURSDAY, the 8th day of September

_HENRI PARRFS

Roads and Bridges Department

September 3,1887

NIAL PARK ENTEN

c

TFNDERS -Te hereby invited for the SUPPLY and DELI- VER* of a liOCOMOTHE SIXAM CRANE tor a 4 feet 8_ inch gauge with a radius of 40 feet and capable of lifting 2 tons

lo be delive»cd on the tram line at the Centennial Pul. in full working order, within ten days from acceptance of tender

Tenders under cover, endorsed lender for Steam Crane " are to be forwarded to the Principal Undei-Seeietarv before noon on THURSDAY, the 8th day of September

_'_nFNRY PARKFS

Denartment of Publie WorkB, Sydney,

bth September, 1837

ENDERS FOR PUBLIC WORKS AND SUP

PI ILS

TLNDERS aro invited foi the following Publie Works and Supplies ror full particular* see Go\ crament Gazette a file of w hieh is kept at every Post office In the colony

tenderer» mav he in attendance when the tenders are opened and the name of tho successful rcndeicr will be announced, If possible before the duties of the Board hat e terminated

No tend* will be taken into consideration unless the terms of the notice are strictl} complied with

The Government di es not bind itself to accept tho lowest or

anv tender

T

Dates towhich.

Tenders enn

be roceived at

this office

Nature of Works and Supplie

Lrectlon of V alting bhed See Unanderra,

and Station Buildings Sea. Dapto

Supph of Coke foi Neweastle-PIattsburg

Tramwa\

Additions &c , Courthouse, Warien Additions _c , Gaol \ass

Verandah io lostofflte Moruya

Vi ater clo«ets &o , Courthouse Gosford

Erection of Bridge orci W Munns s Rl\ cr, at

Munni dossing (exclusse of supply of ironwork)

Painting _c Colonial Secictnry s Office

Suppl) ot Coal tor Gi cat Southern and

Western Railwaj s 1888 1889 18J0

Snppb of Gravel Great Southern Railway,

at ¡''Cm ljch

Additions _o lock up Wue,ga Wagga

Constiuctiou of lank Courthouse Cooina lenclng _c Com thou e Lismore

Additions &c Couithouse Bl ewan ina

Erection of Quarters for Gaoler Vt ollongong Erection of Stable &e Courthouse, Col-

lector

Supplv of Sleepers Bt Cootamundra and Old

Junee

Completion of New I ands Office Sydney

Erection of \\ harf, _c Green 1 oint Bris-

bane W ater

Tuesday Sept 13,

at .1 o'clock

Tuesday, «ept 20,

at 11 o dook

Tuesday Sept 27,

at Ho clock

Erection of Courthouse Fastcm Suburbs

Construction _c Engine-Dilvei s Quarters

and other Buildings N Migan

Tuesday, Oetobor

4 at 11 o'clock

Bridge over Coopei s Creek road Bexhill to

W illiams

Tuesday, October

11 at U o'clock

Manuiactuie _c of Single Ladder Steam I luosd_y Oetobor

Dredge for Sidney Harbour_ | l8 ntlloolock

JOHN SUTH!BLAND

Department of Mines S> dm»,

31st August 1887

XTERAIINATION OF RABBITS

E

It is hereby notified that the Government of New South Wales will pay the sum of £13, 000 to any person or persons who     -will make known and demonstrate at his or their own expense any method or process not previously known in the Colony for   the effectual extermination of rabbits subject to the following  

conditions vi7 -

1 That such method or process shall, after experiment for

n period of twelve months reteive the nppioval of a Board appointed foi that pin pose bv the Gotcmoi with the id Wee of the 1 xecuth e Connell

2 That such method or processes shall, in the opinion of  

the said Uonid not be in|miou<. und shall not involve the nie of nn> mattet anim il or thing which maj ho noxious to hoi ses catto sheep camels (,oits si ino,

or dogs

S The Bo tid shall be bo uni not to disclose the partleulnis

oí am method or pi ocess tuile s sueh lioird shall de cido to give such method oi proco i a ti ii

_IRANCIS ABIGAIL

A SPECIAL ADVJ-JhUlSUNCi MEDIUM 1HE ECHO is now admitted to bo one of the most highly esteemed evening Journals published In Australia Its tersely written original matter and carefully selected light reading secure its welcome bj evciv respectable nunile .hcrcfoie thcadian tages to be obtained by thotc who use Its advertising columns ara

more than ordinarih important

PRIC3. ONE PENNY.

rjOVERNMENT TRAMWAYS.

TIME-TABLES and FARES.

MOORE PARK, RANDWICK, AND COOGEE.

Coloiu-GREEN., WLT.K DAYS.

From Bildgc-stieet. For Moore Pal k mid Rondwick.

7 30 8 0 8 30

a.m.

» 5

p.m. 12 5 12 30

1 0 1 30 2 5 2 30

3 5

4 30 5 3 5 30

p.m. G 5 0 30 7 5 7 30

p.m. 9 5

10 35 11 l8

ror Coogee,

p.m.

8 30 9 30 10 30 11 29 p.m. 12 30

1 30 2 30

30 4 30 5 30 G 30 7 30 8 30 9 .«0 11*18

From Mooro Tark.

a.m.

0 -ia 7 0 7 36

12 30

1 5 1 43 2 fi 2 43 3 5 3 43 4 5 . 1 43

p.m. 6 13 G 43 7 5

a.m.

G 24 0 54 7 24 7 51 8 2S 8 54 9 28 9 54 10 28 10 51 11 28 11 51

12 24 12 50

1 28 1 51 2 28 2 50 3 28 3 50 4 23 4 50 5 28

p.m. 0 28 G 50 7 28 7 50 8 28 8 50 9 28 9 50 10 23 10 40 11 10

rrom Coogee.

a. ni. 8 IS 9 IS 10 l8 li l8 p.m. 12 14

1 l8 2 l8 3 l8 4 l8 5 l8 5 47

p.lil. 6 l8 7 l8 8 l8 9 l8 10 l8

a.m. D 42 10 32 p.m. 12 52 .1 34

2 8

SUNDAY'S.

For Bridge-street,

a.m.

9 30 10 20 p.m. 12 40

1 20 1 54

2 54 3 24 3 54 4 24 4 54

p.m. 5 24 5 54 6 21 8 40 9 35 10 10

a.m.

9 20 10 10 p.m. 12 30

1 10 1 44 2 14 2 44 3 14 3 44

Tor Mooro Park, Randwick, and Coogee.

p.m. 12 46

1 20 2 0

p.m. 3 30 4 0

p.m. p.m. 5 au o 30 6 0 8 30

p.m. 4 ii 4 11 5 14 5 41 0 14 8 30 9 25 10 0

p.m. '

9 15 10+10

. Tuesdays, Thurstlnys, and Saturdays only. + To Randwick only.

STOPPING (PLACES :

Bridge-street, Bont-stieot, Hunter-street, King-street, Market stieel, Pnik-stieet, 'Batliiiist-sticet. Liveipool-street, College btiect, Rilev-strcct, Ciowii-stieet, Botany-street, Short-stieet, Park-road-for the FIRST SECTION. 'Zoological Guidons, Cricket Ground, Cleveland-street, Ra eeourse-foi the "vECON'D SECTION. Allison-sti eot. Randwick l'ost-ofllco-foi the THIRD SECTION. CuthiU-sriect, St. P.iiil-Btrect.LongBav-ioad, Byion sticet, Dudloy-stieot, Coogee Terminus-foi the l'OURTn SEC

ARES :-By Ticket, Fiist Section, 2d ; Cash, 3d.

" Second " Id; " 2d. " Thhd " Id; " 2d. " Fourth " 2d; " 3d.

PADDINGTON;

RED, with WHITE CENTRE, whenfor PADDINGTON

only.

WECK DAYS.

Depart from Bridge-street for

Paddington.

' p. ni.

8 50 9 0 9 10 0 20 9 35 9 45 9 55 10 8 10 15 10 25 10 45

. ni.

11 0 11 15 11 32 11 45

noon.

12 0 p- m. 12 15 12 35 12 45 12 59 ?1 4

1 12 1 20 1 35 1 42 2 0 »2 7

2 12 2 20 .2 33

2 37 2 42

p. lu. 3 0 3 12 8 20' 3 83 3 37 3 43 4 0 4 13 4 l8 4 23 4 S2 4 40 4 55 «5 1

5 40 5 50 nGIi 3

6 8 6 l8 G 23

G 32 0 40 G 55 7 3 7 15 7 25 7 40 7 50 8 10 8 25 8 40 0 0 9 12 9 25 U 40 9 55 10 12 10*22 10 38 10 45 10'55 11 8 11*25

Depart from Paddington for

Bridge-street.

G 5 G 20

0 50 11 13

5b 11 30 7 l8 11 43 7 35 7 50 8 2

8 8 __

8 31 8 43 8 55 9 10 9 22 9 42 10 1 10 12 10 25 10 38 10 54 11 15

11 43 10 10

10 23 10 30

6 33 0 42 nüi 40

a.m. 9 28 9 45 10 40

p.m. 1 20 1 45 2 20 2 35 2 50 3 15 3 35

p.m. 3 55 4 20 4 45

p.m.

G 40 8 40 8 44 9 14 9 25 9 40 10 13

p.m. 2 17 2 43

3 48 4 13 4 33

G 28 G 48 8 44

p.m. 8 48 9 10 9 43 10 13 10 20 10 42

* On Saturdays only. a Monday to Frldav only. b Runs between Bridgc-sticot and Bondi Junction.

STOPPING PLACES:

Bridge-sticct, Bent-street, Huntci-stieet, King-street, Market street, Paik-stieet, Bathuist-strcet, Livcipool-sticet, Cóllege stieet. Crown-street, Botany-street, Dowllng-stieet, Betwcon Hopewell-stieet and Glonmoro-road, Begg-street, Regent-sticet, Ell7ftbeth-stioot, Queen-street Junction.

, FARES-By Ticket, 2d. Cash 3d.

WAVERLEY'. Colour-RED. AVEKK DAYS.

Depart from Bridge-street for

Waverley.

a.m. G 2 6 35 7 12 7 29 7 ?8 8 5 8 23 8 50 9 20 9 45 10 15

a.m. 10 45 11 15 11 45 p m. 12 15 12 45 ' 1* 4

1 12 1 42 2 12 2 42

p.m. 3 12 3 37

4 55 5 17 5 33

7 40

9 40 10 38 lit 8

Depart from Waverley for

Bridge-street.

a.m. 0 7 6 45 7 22 7 37 7 55 8 17 8 25 8 48 9 12 9 38 10 10

a.m. 10 30 11 0 11 30

noon.

12 0 p.m. 12 80 1 0 1 29 1*50

3 0 3 30 3 47 4 20 4 43 5 17 5 40 6 12 G 20 0 54

p.m. 7 22 7 55 8 30 8 57 9 46 10 25 11 30

On Saturdays only. + lo Randwick via Waverley.

SUNDAYS.

a.m. 9 28 10 40 p.m. 12 44

1 20 1 45

p.m. 2 20 2 50 S 15 3 35 3 55 4 20

5 8 5 28 5 50 6 25 8 44

p.m. 9 25 10H3

am.

9 42 10 20 p.m.

12 33, 1 30

2 4 I

3 5 3 35 4 0 4 20 4 40

p.m. 5 5 5 30 5 53 6 15 6 35 8 35

STOPPING PLACES:

Bridge-street, Bent-street, Hunter-street, King-street, Market street, Park-stieet, Bathuist-sticet, Liverpool-street, College stiect, Crown-strcct, Botany-street. Dowling-street, be- tween Hopewoll-sti eet and Glcnmoie-road, Begg-street, Re- gent-street, Ell/abeth-strcet, and Queen-sticet Junction, for the i1BST SECTION. ' Occun-strcct, Moncur-strcot, Nelson-street, Denison-street, Newland-street, and Bondi Junction, for the SECOND SECTION. Ehlev-strcot, Birrell-strect, Cliuich-street, Churing-cross, u-d TcrminuB for the THIRD SECTION.

FARES :-First Section, by Ticket, 2d. Cash 3d.

Second " " Id. " 2d. Third " " Id. " 2d.

BONDI.

Per Waveiley Tram. Colour-RED.

.Junction.)

WEEK-DAYS.

(Chango at Bondi

Depart from Bridge-street for

Bondi.

a.m. 11 45 p.m.

p.m. i p.m. 4 o' " .'"

4 32

Depart from Bondi for Bridge

sticet.

p.m. 8 19 .9 l8.

9 59 10 54 11 56

p lil. 12 54

1 54 +2 80

+0 47

7 14 7 50 8 51

p.m. 10 19 11 24

Fnssengeis not required to change at Bondi Junction..

+ Does not connect with Waveiley Trams.

a.m. 9 28 10 40

2 50

SUNDAY'S, p.m. I a.m.

2 59 5 24

9 54

STOPPING PLACES :

Bridge-street, Bent-sticct, Hunter-street, King-street, Market stuet, Pnrk-sticet, Bathnrst-stieot, Liverpool-sti cot, College street, Crown-stieet, Botany-sticet, Dowling-street, between Hopewell-stieet ond'Glenmoie-road, Bcgg-sticet. Rùgcnt-Bticet, Eli/aboth-stieet, Quccn-btrect Junction, tor the FIRST SECTION. Oeean-sti eet, Nchon-street. Dcnlson-sti cet, Newland-sticct, Bondi Junction, for the SECOND SECTION. Now Wavcrloy road, Wavcrlcv-stroet, Flood-street, Penkervlllc-stiect, Occan stteot, Wellington-street, and Tel minus, lor the THIRD SEC-

TION.

, FARES :-By Ticket, Fii st Section, 2d. Cash, 3d.

Second " Id. " 2d. Thud " Id. " 2d. WOOLLAHRA,

Per Waverley Tram. Colour-RED. (Chango at Queen-sticet

Junction.)

Through trams. Colour-RED and GREEN.

WEEK-DAYS.

Depart from Bridge-street for

Woolluhl ii. ,

1 50 6 32

a.m. 11*15 11*45 p.m. 12*15 12*59

1*35 2*12

p.m.

3 *0

3 Í3

4 13

p.m.

6 55 7 50 8 40 U 25 10 12 ¡0 55

Depart , from Woollahra for

Bildgc-strcct.

7*27 8 I) 8 20 9 7 9 30 10 10 10*52

a.m.

11*22 p.m.

12*22 12 »57

1*41 2*22 2*50

p.m. 3 42 4 19 4 57 5 15 5 42 6 36

a.m. p.m. p.m. I p.m. I a.m. i« 45 1 20 4 20 8 44 I 10 25 10 40 2 20 5 8 9 25 I p.m.

50 I 10 13 I 12 38 40 I J 1 35

. Change at Queen-stieet Junction.

+ Pnssengeis not lequlied to change cms this trip.

STOPPING PLACES:

JSlldge-stieet, Bent-sticet, Hunter-atieet, Klng.stiect, Mnrket stroct, l'aik-street, Bathurst-stieet, Llieipool-stieet, COIICKC sarcot, Crown-street, Botanj-stieet, Dowling-street, between Hcpowell-btiei't lind Glcnmoii'-ioiid, Bcgg-btrcet, Rogent-btrecl Eli/ubeth-street, Queen-street Junction, for the FIRS! SECTION* l'.li/*-stieet, Monciir-btreot, Ocean-street, Welllngton-sticot ami

Tern-lnus, for the SECOND SECTION. K COt' anU

FARES :-By Ticket, 1st Section, 2d. 2nd Section. Id

By cash " 3d. " * ¡¿

CROWN-STREET.

Colour-TWO WHITES. Depart

9 12 9 32 9 41 10 G 10 27 10 47 11 17

WEEK,

from Biirtge-street for

Crow n-street

a.m.

11 37 p.m. 12 16 12 32

1 2 1 22 2 3 2 25 2 55 3 15 3 45

p.m. 4 26 4 56 5 5 fl 25 5 -l8 5 57 6 15 0 41 6 50 7 13 7 35 7 55

p.m. 8 23 8 45 9 15 9 35 10 8 10 25 10 57 11 l8

DAYS.

Depart from Cleveland-street

for Rildge-stiect.

a.m.

G 30 7 11 7 38 8 7 8 23 8 33 8 57 9 17 9 37 10 2

n.in, 10 52 11 12 H 42 p.m. 12 2 12 37 12 57

1 27 1 45

p.m. 3 40 4 10 4 31 4 58 5 10 5 30 5 50 6 10 6 20 0 40 7 11 7 l8

7 59 8 20 8 50 9 10 9 40 10 0 10 32 10 52 11 22

0 5 10 10 p.m. 12 43

1 10

p.m. 4 25 4 50 5 20 5 45 6 15 U 40

9 35 10 30

a.m.

8 -10 9 30 10 SB p.m. 1 15 1 40

p.m. 2 io 2 34 3 4 3 30 4 0 4 23

G 13 6 43 8 15

STOPPING PLACES :

Bridge-strcet, Bont-streot, Hunter-stroot, King-street, Market stieet, Pink-street, Rnthmst-sticet, Livcrpool-stieet, College street, Crown-street Junction, Cnmtibell-street, Glpps-stieet, Alblonstuct, l-'ovcntix-street, Collins-oti cot, Aithur-stiect, Devonshire-street, and Terminus. ,

F.VRES- By Ticket, 2d. Ca«h, 3d.

WATERLOO AND BOTANY.

Colouis-WHITE and OREEN.

(For Botany, chango at Waterloo.)

For

a.m. 5 45 0 45

7 45

a.m. 6 23 7 l8 7 84 7 50 8 23 8 41 8 58 9 15 9 43 10 3

WEEK-DAYS.

FROM BRIDGK-S'IREET. Redfern, Alexiindi ia, and Waterloo,

a.m. 10 G 10 20 10 -10 11 0 11 20 11 45 p.m.

12 u~ 12 25 12 57

a.m.

10 23 10 43 11 3 H 23 11 43 p.m. 12 3 12 25 12 43

1 13 1 35

1 40 2 0 2 15 2 35 3 0 3 25 3 45 4 6 4 25

5 6 5 25 5 45 (I a 0 25 6 45 7 6 7 25 7 45

9 (1 9 25 9 45 10 0 10 25 10 45

FOR BRIDGE-STREET. From Wutciloo.

p.m. 1 43 2 20 2 43 2 58 3 l8 3 43 4 6 4 25

p.m. 5 25 5 43 6 6 6 25

p.m 8 43 9 0 9 25 9 Í3 10 G 10 25 10 43 11 0 11 25

a.m.

5 45 G 45 8 6 9 6 10 G

11 6 p.m. 12 C

1 0

From Botany,

p.m. 3 14 4 14 5 14 0 14 7 14 8 14 9 14 10 14 11 14 p.m. 12 14

1 14

Special Time Table.-SATURDAYS, after 1.40 p.m.,

when requiied.

p.m. 1 13 2 20 2 52 3 10 3 53 4 13

p.m. 3 20 » 40 4 0 4 20 4 40

p.m. 4 33 4 53

p.m. 0 25 0 63

p.m. 5 33 6 15 6 28 G 33 7 4

p.m. 8 43 9 0 9 25 9 48 10 0

10 25 10 45 11 6

p.m. 10 25 10 43

p.m. 2 14 3 19

p.m. 5 20 6 20 «7 0 «8 G n!) G

ob 14 «9 14 d10 14 4 »9 nil 14 4 59 I.

5 59 I

n Change at Wntoiloo; other trips to Botany per through trams when running as per this special table.

10 20 p.m. 12 30

a.ni,

8 47

9 20. 10 30 p.m. 12 34

1 8

p.m. 1 15 1 45 1 57

p.m. 1 53 2 0 2 23

p.m. 3 38 3 53 4 13 4 33

SUND, p.m. 4 20 4 53 5 10 5 33 6 10

5 13 5 46 5 52

AYS.

p.m. G 30 8 25 8 45 9 12 9 45

p.m. G 20 G 42

9 49 10 38 11 3

a.m.

»8 37 ÎO'-O p.m. 12M0 2 0 2 20

p.m. 12* 7

1 35 3 19 3 39

on Sundays through to

4 0 4 53 G 10 8 45 9 45

p.m. 3 59 4 39 5 12 6 8 8 0

' Chango at Waterloo ; o( Botany.

STOPPING-PLACES.

Bridge-streot, Bent-stioet, Htm tel-street, King-street, Mnrket stieet, Park-sttcct, Bathuist-street, Liverpool street, Belmore, Gipps-stieet, George-street. Railway Steps (on trips fiom Water- loo only), Castlorengh-stieot, Cleveland-street, Redfcrn-strcet, for tho FIRST SECTION ; Pltt-strect, George-street, Botany street, Boundary-street, Rnglun-strect, Buckland-sticot, John stieet. M-Evoy-slieet, Waterloo terminus, for tho SECOND SECTION ; Johnson's-lane, ¿Keiosene Works, inayes-road, Gaidener's-lnne-road, for the THIRD SECTION ; iKing-street, ÄLotd'B-road, ¿Watorwoiks, Bay-street loop, fur the FOURTH SECTION ; iHanings-road, oEdgeh'll-road, JCorry's, Sir Joseph Banks, istephens'-road, ¿Pier, ¿Floodvalc, ¿Springvale, Terminus, for FIFTH SECTIQN.

i Will pick up or set down when required only.

FARES :-By Ticket, First Section, 2d-By Cash 3d

Second " Id ' ,, 2d .Third " Id " 2d Fourth " Id " 2d Fifth " Id " 2d WAVERLEY and RANDWICK EXTENSION.

(Via Waverley.)

WEEK For Coogee

(Change at Waverley and

Randwick). Depart Bridge

street,

a.m

7 1 7 49 .8 55 10 7 11 15 p.m. 12 56

1 25 2 24

a.m. 8 27 9 27 10 33 p.m. 12 44

1 15 1 45 2 20 2 50

p.m. 3 28 4 25 .5 10 5 40 .0 5

7 5 8 41 10 40

p.m. S 20 3 55 4 30 5 0 5 30 6 30 8 43 10 10

a.m. 7 44 8 34 .0 38 10 49 11 58 p.m. 12 48

1 46 2 l8

p.m. 3 4 4 G 5 5 .5 50 6 20 .0 50

DA. S.

For Waverley

(Change Randwick ana

Waverley) Depart

Coogee.

a.m.

7 45 0 44 li 14

p.m. 12 14

1 16 2 14 4 14 5 14

p.m. 5 44 0 44 8 14

Depart

Randwick,

p.m. 2 35 a3 36 4 35 5 35

SUNDAYS.

(Change at Waverley only.)

a.m.

9 10 10 10 li IG p.m. 1 25 1 56 2 26 3 1 3 31

p.m. 4 1 4 36 5 14 5 41 6 It 7 1 .9 2G '10 50

a.m.

9 40 10 40 p.m. 12 G

1 58 2 33 3 4 3 35 4 11

For Randwlok only.

p.m. 4 49 5 19 5 49 6 16 G 40

a8 56 10 3 11 25 p.m. 12 20

1 27 B2 0

2 8 2 43 3 14 3 45 4 21

6 5

p.m. 4 59 5 29 5 59 6 26 G 50 8 l8 alO 12

a. Do not connect with Coogee tram.

STOPPING PLACES :

Brldgo^slreot, Bent-street, Hunter-stiect, King-street, Market stiest, Park-streot, Bathurst-itreet, Liverpool-street, College stiect, Riloy-sticct, Crown-street, Botany-street, Dowllng-Hrtreet, between Hopewell-street and Glcnmore-road, Begg-streot, Regent-streot, Elizabeth-street, and Queen-street Junction, for the FIRST SECTIOX.i Ocean-street, Moncur-strcot, Nelson street, Denison-street, Newlund-strcot, and Bondi Junction,'for the SECOND SECTION. Ebley-sticot, Bli roll-street. Church street, Charing-cross, and Alblon-sticot, for the THIRD SEC- TION. Alice-Mreet, Carrington-road, St. Mark's Terrace. Avoca strect, Allison-road, and Randwick Post-ofllee, for tho FOURTH SECTION. Cuthill-strcot, St. Paul-street, Long Bay-road, Byion-strcet, Dudley-street, and Coogco Terminus, for the

FIFTH SECTION.

FARES:-By Ticket, First Section, 2d-By Cash, 3d.

Second " Id Thiid " Id

Fourth " Id ' Fifth ,. 2d . FOREST LODGE.

Colours-WHITE and RED.

2d. 2d. 3d.

WEEK

Depart fiom Iiildgc-streotfoi

Forest Lodge.

DAYS.

Depart fiom Forest Lodgo for

Bridge-street.

p.m.

8 30 9 12

STOPPING FLACHS:

Bridge-street, Bent-stieet, Iluuter-stieot, King-stieet, Market street, Park-stieet, Bathurit-sticet, Liverpool-street, Belmoi» Park, Oipps-stioet, George-street, Roient-stieet, Dm ling-street, Nowtown-roud, Derwent-street, Mltehell-strcct, St. John's-ioad, Forcst-stieet, Pyi mont Bridge-road, and Terminus.

FARES :-By ticket, 2d; cash, 3d.

GLEBE POINT.

Colour-TWO REDS.

WEEK DAYS. Depart from Bridge-street for

Glebe Point,

a.m.

11 2 11 31 p.m. 12 28 12 58

1 47

13

a.m. 8 40

9 55 j

p.m. 12 42

1 25

2 52

10 42 11 14

Depart fiom Glebe Point for

Bridge-stieet.

p.m. p.m. 4 23 G 40 4 45 8 42 5 8 9 15 5 31 10 0 0 10

9 30 10 7 10 30

SUNDAYS,

a.m.

9 17 10 33 p.m. 12 6

11 35 p.m.

1 35 2 10

3 25 3 48 4 11

4 46 9 l8 5 41

8 20 9 0 9 33 10 8 10 40 11 15

p.m. 6 43 8 35 9 20 9 A3

STOPPING PLACES:- I Bridge-street, Bent-strcot, Hunter-street, King-street, Market.

street, Park-street, Bathurst-strcet, Llvei pool-street, «elinor» Park, Gipps-strcet, George-trcet, ' Regent-btrect, Darling-street, Ne« town-road, Globe-road, Cowpor-stieet, Mitchell-street, St. Johu's-road, Lyndhm-st-strcot,. Ferry-road, Forsyth-street, an*

Terminus.

FARES :-By ticket, 2d ; cash, 3d.

NEWTOWN, ENMORE, and MARRICKVILLE.

Colour-TWO GREENS.

WEEK DAYS. . From Bridge-street,

For

Newtown and Enmore.

a.m. 6 8 0 40

1) 30 9 40 9 58

a.m. G 20 7 10 7 40 8 5 8 24 8-30 8 40 8 50 9. 0 9 10 U 25 9 55

a.m.

10 8 10 35 10 50 11 8 11 35 11 50 p.m. 12 8 )2 20 12 50 .1 5

a.m. 10 10 10 20 10 28 10 40 11 10 11 20 11 30 p.m. 12 io 12 20 12 30

p.m. 1 8

4 8 4 30 4 40 4 50 15 .4

5 8 5 20 c5 35

5 50 JO 4

p.m. 6 8 G IS 6 25 6 41 « 57

p.m."' 8 42 8 55 9 8 d9 20 9 2G 9 45 10 8 10 20 «10 35

10 45 11 5 11 12

For Bridge-street. From F'nmore.

p.m. 1 0 1 10 1 35 1 58 2 10 2 22 3 0 3 10 3 l8 3 30

p.m. 4 10 4 20 4 35 5 8 5 13 5 30 5 40

p.m. I) 22 9 35 0 55 10 10 10 25 10 50 11 0 11 10 Urfl5 llrf25 ll(/45

For

Marrickville,

p.m. 4 8 4 40 A 8 5 35 9 8 .10 8

11 8 p.m. 12 8 1 3

G 8 7 10

10 8 11 12

From Hawick«

ville,

a.m.

0 10 7' 0 8 14 8 30 9 0 10 0 11 0

noon.

12 0 p.m. 1 0 2 0

4 0 * 3 5 30 G 0 0 30 7 0 8 0 9 .0 10 0 11 0

a.m.

8 15 9 10 10 10 p.m. 12-45

1 30 1 50

p.m. 3 45 4 0 4 20 4 45 5' 0

p.m. 5 20 5 45 . G 5

G 25

8 15'

p.m. 8 35 9 10 9 30

a.m.

8 15 9 10 10 10 p.m. 12 45

p.m. 8 35 9 80 10 20

a.m.

8 10 9 15 10 20 p.m. 12 50 2 5

p.m. ' 2 15

2 35

p.m. 4 5 4 15 4 30 5'0 5 10

0 0 G 10 0 30 8 30

p.m. 8 40 9 15 9 40 0 50 10 35

a.m.

8 0 9 5 10 10 p.m. 12 40

8 30 9 30 10 25

To Nowtown Brldgo, and on Saturdays only. Satin days only.

To Newtown Ui idge, Mondays to Fridays only. Mondays to Fridays only. To Itaiiwny Station only.

STOPPING PLACES :

Brldgc-sticct, llcnt-sticot, lluntci-stiect, Klng-slicct, Market sticet, l'urk-btrcol, Biithuist-strcet, Llvcrpool-stiect, Belmore l'aik, Gippb-btrcot, Guoigc-stieet, Rcgcnt-sticet, Diuliug-sticct, Non to« n-rond, Beservo (Clevolaml-stieot),for FIRST SI'.CTION ; Codrlnglon-strect, Forbes-btieet,Misseiiden-rond, llordcrn-stieet, Enkinvillc-rotid, Newtown Bridge, Staiion-bticct, Slmmons stieet, Cambildge-stiecl, Enmore, tor tho SECOND SECTION; ICniUy-street, Adillson-rond, Edinbui'gh-röud, Chnpcl-streeú Sjdcnham-ioud, Meoks-rond, Terminus, for the THIRD

SECTION.

FARES :-By Ticket, First Section, 2d ; other Soctions, Id.

Cash " " 3d; " " 2d.

LEICHHARDT. ' SUORT-STUKET.

Colour-WH1TEGROUND, RED CROSS.

WEEK DAYS.

_Depart from Biiilge-bticot. _

G 50 7 15 7 40

9 l8

p.m. 12 11 12 48

3 27 3 57 4 15 4 37

' p.m.

4 50 5 12 5 34

p.m. 0 l8 6 31 6 41

p.m. 7 49 8 17 8 43 9 6 9 28

Depart from Leichhardt.

p.m. 9 53 010 0

10 10 10 45 11 13

G 45 7 12 7 39

a.m. Ill 49 11 25 p.m." 12 2 12 15

1 7

p.m. 1 34 1 51 2 15 241 3 11 3 29

p.m. 3 51 4 l8 4 47

p.m. 5 58 0 22 G 41 n0 51

7 3

7 21 /

p.m. 7 31 7 59 8 IB 8 40 9 7

p.m. II 33 . 9 57 10 IB -10 60

11 ii

a Monday'to Fridays only.

b Satuidays only.

D.m.

1*2 38

1 22 1 45 2 25

4 40

p.m. 5 10 5 45 G 25

I

SUNDAYS, p.m. I a.m. 8 321 9 8

0 25 110 20

10 201

p.m. 12 35

1 80 2 14 2 35

p.m. i 3 13 3 52 4 15 4 52

(a.m.

ti 40 9 28 10 14

STOPPING PLACES:

Bridge-street, Bent-street, Hunter-street, King-Street, Market »trcct, Park-sticet, Bathurst-strcet, Livcrpool-btieet, Belmore Park, Glpps-streot, Rogeut-Btieet, Darling-sti cet, Newtown-rood, for tho rlRST SECTION; Derwent-btiect, Ross-street, MIBBCD. den-road, Ohuroli-strcct, Austutlia-strcct, Nelson-street, Tra- falgar-street, Johnson-bticct, for the SECOND hECTJON Young-street, Macquaiie-stieot, Abattoir-road. Balmatn-roiid, Not ton-street, Mai ton-street, Skoit-streot, for tho TI1111Ü SEC-

TION.

FARES :-By Tlckot, First Section, 2d ; cash 3d.

" Second Section, Id; " 7d. " Third Suction, Id ; " i.2il.

CONDITIONS AND GENERAL INFORMATION.

GENERAL.

TIMES OF TRAMS.-The times stated in the Timo Tables are those at which It is intended thoWl'rams bhould depart, but the Commissioner does not giiaruiitee""_epartiire nt the times stated, nor will ho be leBponslblo for delay or any consequences arising

thoref I oni.

SMOKING is not allowed on tho Tramway premises, nor in or upon any can ¡age, except in such compartments as are set apart

for the purpose.

GRATUITIES to Tramway Bcrvnnts ure ftrlctly prohibited.

GENTLEMEN are prohibited lroin entering any waiting-room set apart for the accommodation of Ladies.

PREVENTION OF ACCIDENTS.-Passengois are particularly requested to ENTER and ALIGHT ti oin the cats on the out- side of the tiook next the pavement. Passengers are specially O'tutioned not to enter or alight from the cars whilst same are In

motion.

The public arc not allowed to ride upon tho platforms, stairs,

or foot-boards of cars.

LUGGAGE OR PARCELS.-Only such articles will be allowed to be taken into cal nages as can be placed under tho seats with- out causing Inconvenience to other jmssengeis.

FARES AND COLLECTION OF SAME.

Passengers are infoiuied that it is the dutv of the conductors to tear in half all tickets collected, and then place the parts in their bags. In tho case of cash fares, the conductor will acknowledge them hy detaching a ticket li oin his cusli furo book, of the value required, and, after defacing the Burne by tearing oit" one corner, will hand the numbered portion of ticket lo the passenger ; and to collect all fal es as they become due fur each section, the collecting of through fares (except on special trains) being against the rules

of the Department.

Pusscngera aie îcspçctfully requested to leport to the Tramway Ofllce, 45, Plullip-stiect, any omission on the part of a condmotor in this respect. ..

Passengers aro requested to limul the'r fares to the conductor should he In any case omit to request payment.

FARES.-Fovall u_tldren under 12 years of age (excoptlng bable» in arms), and for school pupils over 12 years ot age, when going to, or returning from school, on pioJuction of ti certificate that they are attending school, signed by the head master or mistres»,

will bo charged as under :

On all 2d sections by ticket Id, cash 2d ; and for two Id

sections, or one 2d and one Id section, by ticket Id, cash 2d. will be charged; but no faie oflcss value than Id by ticket, and cash 2d, will be accepted for conveyance over any ono beetloo or portion thereof.

Special trama may be arranged for on written application being; made to the superintendent of ti am ways seven daj'B prior to the date upon which they arc lequlrvd for use.

SPECIAL FARES.-Tho following fares will he charged by special trams to the Randn ick Racccoui se :-For the whole or any ponton of the join ney hetweon Bridge-street and the Rand wick

acecoursc, Is.

O

H

Department of Railways.

Svdnev, 3rd September, 1887.

PENING.of tho RAILWAY'to QUEANBEYAN

on

THURSDAY, the 8th SEPTEMBER, 1887.

Specially CHEAP TICKETS to Queanbeyan will ho issued at oil stations on tho 7th mid 8th Scpttmher, at 2d pel mile first class and Id per mile second ela9s for the return journey.

Those tickets will be available for return lor onc'week from data

of issue.

CHAS. A. GOODCHAP,

_[_ Commissioner for Railways. '

Department of Itailwavs, Sydnsjy,

' September U, 1887.

A W K E S B V R Y RACES.

8th and 10th SUPTEMBER, 1887.

TICKETS at HOLIDAY EXCURSION RATES will hu issued at lill stations to WINDSOR, CLARENDON, mut RICHMOND, fiom the 5th to the loth September Inclusive, available for return until 12th September.

Grooms in charge of racehorses will he allowed to travel at Excursion Fines from 29th August till the lOlh September, avail- able for icturn until the 17th September,

The single rate for the double journey will bo charged for horse» entered for the laces, on the Secretary to the Race Club certify!-»; that they are entered-tor tho races, and aro letunied unsold to

the station whence thov carne.

. SPECIAL TRAINS will leave SYDNEY for the RACECOURSE on the 8th and luth .September, at 9.20, 9.35, and 10.30 a.m.

The Hist and second Special Ti nins will consist of Second Class Cuiiiuges only. Faio, 4s for the let'urn journey.

The thud special imbi will consist of Fiist Class Carriages only. Faio for retttin journey, 12s.

'tickets for the Grand Stuna for both dava of the races can be obtained at the Central Offlce, Georgc-sti'eet, and the Bookin.

OlHce, Rodlern Station.

CHAS. A. GOODCHAP,

_Commissioner for Railways.

Department of Railway», Sydney, _ _ Gth September, 1837.

f\VERLAND JOURNEY BETWEEN SYDNEY **_»" , and NEWCASTLE. UJ PEAT'S FERRY and

GOsl'ORD.

A Passenger Train leaves Sydney daily (Sundays evcopted) at 8.15 ii.m., lor Peat's Fet ry (the steamer meet» thib train at Peat's Ferry), running to Gosford In time to catch tho tialu leaving there at I.JO p.m., airlvlng lit Newcastle at 5.15 p.m.

Train leaves Nen castle daily (Sundnvs cxeopted) nt 8.15 a.m. for Gosford. Thlstiiiln Is met by tl'ie steamer which i uns in connection with the train leaving Peal's Fei i y at 3.45 p.m., ar- riving m Sydney at 5.52 p.m.

TRIP TO GOSFORD AND BACK ON SUNDAY'S.

Train leaves Svdnev on Sundavs at 8.30 a.m. fur Peat'» Ferry (where it is met bv thi steainei foi' Gosloul) ; the «learner returns from Gosfoid in'time to catch the train leaving Peat's Ferry at 5.20 p.m., arriving in Sydnoyat 7.-1 p.m.

CHAS. A. GOODCHAP,,

, Commissioner for Railways.

rp H, E .

Copie» may be obtained of

O.

J. BIBB, " **"

129, Glebe Poult-ret-,.

Digitisation generously supported by
Vincent Fairfax Family Foundation
Digitisation generously supported by

Zoom

plus
thumb
minus
left
thumb
right
up
thumb
down