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2 noelwoodhouse 3,900,718
3 NeilHamilton 3,428,714
4 DonnaTelfer 3,277,523
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915 craigeh 46,778
916 lindap6 46,728
917 June.Burrowes 46,672
918 BethMcLaren 46,658
919 klaude 46,561
920 tilly287 46,449

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1 JohnWarren 5,788,099
2 noelwoodhouse 3,900,718
3 NeilHamilton 3,428,585
4 DonnaTelfer 3,277,502
5 Rhonda.M 3,101,899
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913 craigeh 46,778
914 lindap6 46,728
915 June.Burrowes 46,672
916 BethMcLaren 46,621
917 klaude 46,561
918 poves 46,454

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2 PhilThomas 128,792
3 mickbrook 107,877
4 murds5 61,555
5 GeoffMMutton 51,076
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785 acom 37
786 amsav 37
787 ausgenie 37
788 BethMcLaren 37
789 BobBradford 37
790 christill 37

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PERSONAL (Article), The West Wyalong Advocate (NSW : 1928 - 1954), Thursday 1 October 1942 page 2 2019-10-16 17:49 Miss Hazel McDonald, ot Bauneil
11 a 11, commenced duties at Uie West
SVyalong Telephone Exchange a lew
lays ago.
Miss Hazel McDonald, ot Barmed-
man, commenced duties at West
Wyalong Telephone Exchange a lew
days ago.
THE OLDER TOWN Temora or Barmedman? (Article), The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette (NSW : 1900 - 1928), Tuesday 30 November 1926 page 2 2019-10-16 16:32 After reprinting Mr. A. Kmmctt'a
U ttor on the above subject.! iVfh'H.h ap
ptarod in tin; "Advocate" on the 3i'tU |
ii:st.. the Temoril "Independent" adds: j
Temova was "nominally known", in '
ihe fiTtierf, wlieu the cdunU-y w:ls
nlive with wild horses. t'.nii aborigines
v. ere about in largo numbers—espec
ially along the Bland Crock. The
iir.st owner of Toniora Station' (and
ivl^U iHuldlj-'Owcr) fti^j'earti t<i iuive
been a .Mr, J. 1>. Macansh, who t.-.'ts
i followed 'in turn by Messrs S. K. j
Salting, F. Sproulfrf, W. Marshall, A. l
G. Jones, asid Xh\ Ald'hersmii j
Mr. A. G. Jones is believed (.6
have succeeded Mr. McNicol, the ■
oiiginal owner Of Barincdn1a.11 Stft-j
tiou. The bushrangers, Den Hali, Oil-!
bert.and Dunn were nearly ruu down
at Narroburra in the sixties. Later
on vile gang was captured at Bagdad
-■-about, seven miles out from Te!c
ova.
According to reminiscences record
ed ill the "Independent" Souvenir or
1908, . Messrs J; D: lUcCaiish and
Valentino La^vler (of Uunitingham
Creek and Boyub Station )iii 1S17 ex
plored the country between AVanta
j badgery (on the Mtirrumbdigee) and |
Xarraburra and Conibaning. The only j
! place where they found witter watt nt j
! Sproule's Lagoon and that induced !
I them to :;elect Teniora Station. Mr.
, McCansh carried it on as a sheep ata*
! named Patrick Hourigau, until 1S55,
j v.hen the station was sold to Mr.
j ijproule and Mr. AV. Marshall, who oe
j cupiod it till 1SGS. Goulburn was then
Pastoral records show the accept
' ance of a tender of J, D. McCansli
n:id AA\ O. AVineHyer for Mimosa Pas
toral Holding No. 502 oil 19th.-May,
1S57—transferred to S. K. Sattiing ana
A. McDonald on Sth October, 185S,
and in turn lo the- AA'indeyers and
Peter and Jumes Robertson (on 23ru
March, 1S7S).
Wni. O'Brien in 1S51.
Teniora Run was licensed to S. R.
Salting in 1S51, and transferred to F-.
Spronle and AV. Marshall 19/2/56.
'The Kock Run wan licensed to
Horatio Blaekham nil 1S512, transferrca
tc S. K. Salting iii'1S52, and to F.
Sproule and AV. Marshall on 19/2/5G.
Conibaning run was'' licensed to
Jauies Comans on 1st July, 1S51,
transferred to James' aild Michael
Comans 24/2/5S, and transferred to
M. Comans 1G/2/71. -
We don't know just when: the re
.'''A\~e liav'e' understood thai Banned
: man- was the older town and that
T6niora had little to boast of until
'gold was discovered in 1S70.
After reprinting Mr. A. Emmett's
article on the above subject which ap-
peared in the "Advocate" on the 19th
inst.. the Temora "Independent" adds:
Temora was "nominally known", in
the fifties, when the country was
alive with wild horses and aborigines
were about in large numbers—espec-
ially along the Bland Creek. The
first owner of Temora Station (and
also Buddigower) appears to have
been a Mr, J. D. Macansh, who was
followed in turn by Messrs S. K.
Salting, F. Sproules, W. Marshall, A.
G. Jones, and W. McPherson.
Mr. A. G. Jones is believed to
have succeeded Mr. McNicol, the
original owner of Barmedman Sta-j
tion. The bushrangers, Ben Hali, Gil-
bert.and Dunn were nearly run down
at Narraburra in the sixties. Later
on the gang was captured at Bagdad
about, seven miles out from Tem-
ov\ra.
According to reminiscences record-
ed in the "Independent" Souvenir or
1908, Messrs J. D. McCansh and
Valentino Lawler (of Cunningham
Creek and Boyco Station) in 1847 ex-
plored the country between Wanna-
badgery (on the Murrumbidgee) and
Narraburra and Combaning. The only
place where they found water was at
Sproule's Lagoon and that induced
them to select Temora Station. Mr.
McCansh carried it on as a sheep sat-
named Patrick Hourigan, until 1855,
when the station was sold to Mr.
Sproule and Mr. W. Marshall, who oc-
cupied it till 1868. Goulburn was then
Pastoral records show the accept-
ance of a tender of J. D. McCansh
and W. O. Windeyer for Mimosa Pas-
toral Holding No. 502 oil 19th. May,
1857—transferred to S. K. Satting and
A. McDonald on 5th October, 1858,
and in turn lo the Windeyers and
Peter and James Robertson (on 23rd
March, 1878).
Wm. O'Brien in 1851.
Temora Run was licensed to S. R.
Salting in 1851, and transferred to F.
Sproule and W. Marshall 19/2/56.
The Rock Run wan licensed to
Horatio Blackham in 1852, transferred
to S. K. Salting in 1S52, and to F.
Sproule and W. Marshall on 19/2/56.
Combaning run was licensed to
James Comans on 1st July, 1851,
transferred to James and Michael
Comans 24/2/58, and transferred to
M. Comans 16/2/71. -
We don't know just when the re
We have understood thai Barned-
man was the older town and that
Temora had little to boast of until
gold was discovered in 1879.
TWO TRAFFIC CASES AT BARMEDMAN (Article), The West Wyalong Advocate (NSW : 1928 - 1954), Monday 11 May 1953 page 1 2019-10-16 16:03 CASES AT ' '
:: |wo men were - fined in ' the
Harmed man Court of Petty
: traffic oljences.
Roil Howe, of Barm'edman,
beri 14 last year, and Kenneth
McDonald, of Barmedtnan, was
fined £1 with 12/ costs for per
5 -
CASES AT
Two men were fined in the
Barmedman Court of Petty
traffic offences.
Ron Howe, of Barmedman,
ber 14 last year, and Kenneth
McDonald, of Barmedman, was
fined £1 with 12/ costs for per-

MAHERCUP WON BY BARMEDMAN (Article), Daily Advertiser (Wagga Wagga, NSW : 1911 - 1954), Monday 22 May 1950 page 4 2019-10-16 15:56 when C. C.uinlan scored In the
ifche last 10 minutes to make up
nie referee was L. Outran.
when C. Quinlan scored In the
the last 10 minutes to make up
The referee was L. Curran.
League Game At Barmedman (Article), The West Wyalong Advocate (NSW : 1928 - 1954), Thursday 29 May 1947 page 1 2019-10-16 15:50 Powell: .forwards:,R., McDonald
Powell: .forwards:, K McDonald
Barmedman Players for Sydney (Article), The West Wyalong Advocate (NSW : 1928 - 1954), Monday 8 January 1951 page 1 2019-10-16 15:41 have signed on W1TT1 the
Barmedman Malier Cup players
Barmedman will he great.
have signed on with the
Barmedman Maher Cup players
Barmedman will be great.
BARMEDMAN. (Article), The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), Monday 17 September 1928 [Issue No.28,300] page 9 2019-10-16 15:18 were fully represented by L. Judd, 11. E. McDonald,
H. Jnsprlzza, T. J. Carr, It. J. Worland, and
were fully represented by L. Judd, H. E. McDonald,
H. Jasprlzza, T. J. Carr, H. J. Worland, and
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Dedicated at Barmedman (Article), The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette (NSW : 1900 - 1928), Tuesday 8 March 1927 page 6 2019-09-22 14:18 the times, the Presbyterians of- Bar.
a. substantial ncw'bWck'building-as a
place' of worship' in that centre. Al
though.tho land','building'and' fencing
have < cost approximately r£2G00, the
building was formally' / opened for
public worship" on- Wednesday last
with' ioss than \C400 'outstanding on
the'total cost; Such -a financial con
dition- pays .high tribute to the gen
erous- enthusiasm 'of the Presbyter
walls (the outer ? walfe . 'toeing of
bricks from Eowral) is Gothic in de-'
sign, and measures 4-lft x 28ft. witli
an additional vestry' of :'10ft- x, 12ft;
and .a.porch 10ft x 9ft. The frontage'
an ornamental iron fence, litted into
a solid brick and. concreto. fomuiac
tion. The whole costruetion; was car.
riod oat by Sir. C. 13. Williams, of
Sydney, wth >Mr. bVllan McDonald,
.RI.A.', of Temoiia.as the architect.
The seating. accommodation', plat
both iii -the- church ? and - vestry-.are
all of llie most substantial order.
Seeing.>tiiat. the members of the Stew,
art family have been so closely as- j
socialed with- the Presbyterian
Church: at Barmedman, the sisters,
and bnothers have placed a mar,ble
memorial, suitably' inscribed, to ?«tho.:|
memory of their parents in..the >i$W;j
church/ ? ? v! 1
| -Visitors lo Barinodman for the -de- !
! dication included the Moderator, 'and J
a large assembly of visiting clergy-:]
in charge-Rev. K'C.'Bowon, of West?
Wyalong. (
A tea meeting and concert followed j
the dedication, and boLh were liberal, j
ly patronised-Mrs.' Macauley,. Mrs. j
Walter' Derrick, Miss E. SLew.ar.t-- and
quite a. bevy of ladies assisted in the.
carrying out of, the.several functions.
The concert, was directly under the
supervision of Mr. H. H. Davles, or
Temora, and was given in the Can
berra Mall to a goodly number of
persons,'' who fully ilppr.ccia.Led the
oflorts of Mrs Davies and her friends
to caterfor-'their anuiSemeut.
the times, the Presbyterians of Bar
a. substantial new brick building as a
place of worship in that centre. Al-
though the land, building and fencing
have cost approximately £2500, the
building was formally opened for
public worship on Wednesday last
with less than £400 outstanding on
the total cost; Such a financial con-
dition pays high tribute to the gen-
erous enthusiasm of the Presbyter-
walls (the outer walls being of
bricks from Bowral) is Gothic in de-
sign, and measures 44ft x 28ft. with
an additional vestry of 10ft- x, 12ft;
and a.porch 10ft x 9ft. The frontage
an ornamental iron fence, fitted into
a solid brick and concrete founda-
tion. The whole contruction was car-
ried out by Mr. C. E. Williams, of
Sydney, with Mr. Allan McDonald,
F.L.A., of Temora.\ as the architect.
The seating. accommodation, plat
both in the church and vestry are
all of the most substantial order.
Seeing that the members of the Stew
art family have been so closely as-
socialed with the Presbyterian
Church at Barmedman, the sisters,
and bnothers have placed a marble
memorial, suitably inscribed, to the
memory of their parents in the new
church.
Visitors to Barinodman for the de-
dication included the Moderator and
a large assembly of visiting clergy
in charge - Rev. E. C.'Bowen, of West
Wyalong.
A tea meeting and concert followed
the dedication, and both were liberal-
ly patronised-Mrs. Macauley, Mrs.
Walter Derrick, Miss E. Stewart-- and
quite a bevy of ladies assisted in the
carrying out of the.several functions.
The concert was directly under the
supervision of Mr. H. H. Davles, of
Temora, and was given in the Can-
berra Hall to a goodly number of
persons, who fully appreciated the
efforts of Mrs Davies and her friends
to cater for their amusement.
BARMEDMAN GIRL'S WEDDING AT TEMORA (Article), The West Wyalong Advocate (NSW : 1928 - 1954), Monday 2 February 1953 page 6 2019-09-22 12:57 Barmedniau, when she married i
BarmedmN, when she married i
Bachelors' Ball at Barmedman. (Article), The Wyalong Star and Temora and Barmedman Advertiser (West Wyalong, NSW : 1894 - 1895; 1899 - 1906), Tuesday 16 July 1895 [Issue No.55] page 2 2019-09-22 12:49 A. McSliane (piano), and ft. McDonald
A. McShane (piano), and M. McDonald

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  48. Robertson Family, Barmedman Station
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    This is a chronological list of articles from Australian newspapers and links to web sites, with information about the family of Lachlan Robertson (1837 - 1916), one time owner of Barmedman Station. Lachlan came to Australia in 1855 with his father, Duncan Robertson, 2 sisters and 7 brothers. Many of Lachlan's brothers were noted pastoralists. He married a cousin, Ann Robertson, whose father had extensive land holdings in Victoria. Ann and Lachlan had 4 sons and 4 daughters. Clicking on any item in the list takes the user to the specific article, or web site, described in the Note. In some cases the user needs to scroll through longer items to find the specific reference - the notes are intended to assist users by describing the information being sought.
    There are many other short references in newspapers on Trove to the Robertsons and Barmedman Station. These relate to matters such as stock reports and have not been included as they do not directly relate to Lachlan Robertson's family history. They may be found by doing an advanced search of the NSW newspapers using the keywords Robertson and Barmedman. Limit the search to the years 1874 to 1922.

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  49. Sheehan, M. V.
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  50. Shortland, John (1854 - 1926)
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  51. Shortland, John 1790 - 1810
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  52. Shortland, Percy Douglas (1880 - 1954)
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  53. Shortland, Richard (1823 - 1887)
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  54. Shortland, Richard (1852 - 1933)
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  55. Smith, Clive Arundel (1890-1975)
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  56. Smith, Clive Neilson (1918 - 1978)
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  57. Smith, Elizabeth (nee Neilson) (1885-1969)
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  58. South Australia Pharmacy Board Examination Results 1923 - 1929
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  59. Targett, H S
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  60. Targett, Walter Scott
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  61. Temora - History
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  62. Tobacco Industry, NSW
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  63. Tulloch Memorial Hostel, Wagga Wagga
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  64. Twyford Nursing Home, Francis Street, Clarence Park
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  65. W. W. McLaren & Co.
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    List of references to W. W. McLaren & Co., the business name under which William Wilkie McLaren operated in Boulder. Many of the references are advertisements placed by the company.

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