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ⓘ Cathcart, New South Wales




Cathcart, New South Wales
                                     

ⓘ Cathcart, New South Wales

Cathcart is a village in the Snowy Monaro Regional Council in southern New South Wales, Australia. The village is on the Mount Darragh Road, linking the town of Bombala with the port of Eden on the Far South Coast.

                                     
  • took place from 1930. The eastern section from Neilston and Newton to the Cathcart circle lines developed as outer suburban railways, and were electrified
  • Tantawangalo Mountain near Cathcart The description was published in Proceedings of the Linnean Society of New South Wales The specific epithet fraxinoides
  • October Phillip Tobias, palaeoanthropologist. d. 2012 30 August Cathcart William Methven, civil engineer and painter. b. 1849 21 January Transvaal
  • Yancowinna County is one of the 141 Cadastral divisions of New South Wales The county contains the city of Broken Hill in Picton Parish and village
  • 12 May 1994 Cambodian Refugees New South Wales Legislative Assembly Hansard. Parliament of New South Wales Archived from the original on 29 September
  • commonly known as the Big Badja gum, is a tree that is endemic to south - eastern New South Wales It has hard, rough bark on the lower part of the trunk, smooth
  • Lanarkshire and Ayrshire Railway L AR line was opened between Cathcart and Neilston in 1903 a south curve connection was built so that trains could run direct
  • brothers to emigrate as free settlers to New South Wales From 1845 to 1851 Dangar was a Member of the New South Wales Legislative Council. Soon after arrival
  • 1915 2011 American author John Hay New South Wales politician 1816 1892 Australian politician from New South Wales John B. Hay 1834 1916 American
  • Sarah Cathcart 2001 The Island Director: Sarah Cathcart 2000 Lilith Director: Sarah Cathcart 1999 Night Flying Director: Sarah Cathcart 1999 Soles
  • once idolised Walter Montgomery. He married Mrs. Robert Hair nee Fanny Cathcart the admirable tragedienne, and subsequently visited professionally America

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